The Pensacola journal
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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 23, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Latest Telegraphic News Service-Foreign and IDmestic-Furnished

by The Associated Press

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hiMy-Se.M New CSs aind FOur By Associated Pr s. In the Walkil river near Mkidletown.
If New York, Sept. 22.-A newspftmper March 30, last year. It bore evidence,
atits WWre poted TI clipping found today in the room of; of having been maltreated as was the
IJoseph Girard, who was accused of body of the Pfiffer girl.
y TCestI. i killing Augusta Pfiffer near Haunted "The clipping found in Girard's
SOak, on Atpelbam road, leads the po- room," said the detective, "gave a
-- lice to suspect that Girard may know complete account of the finding of the
ome l hing about the murder of Eliza- body. Girard was absent from th,
SCHOOL WILL beth Das at Middletown, New York. ardng house for a week about th
Detective Sergeant Price said today time it was shown that the Davis _irl'-
that the body of Miss Davis was found body was thrown into the river."




Rey Were Probed by Insurance
Investigating Committee at

Yesterday's Session.







By Assocated Pross. power for the Union Pacific, and It ost of Them Seem to Appear
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 22.-Motor Car carried several railroad officials in- In Western Portion Of
Number Two received its official test:c Uingted States e ntr Moler and.
by the Union Pacific railroad today,d; n s S Mfli^rd. the CiIy.
by the Union Pacific railroad today,i This car is the first one to be built 'C
making a trip of sixty-two miles o'ur- for practical purposes. It is 55 feet
ing the course of which it reached a, long and consit.acted to carry fifty
.maximum speed of 63.2 miles per houm. persons. Branches of the entire ays-, N FF PflDFRA TIONL
The car was operated by Designer W. tern will be equipped, with cars as fast NEED COOPERATION
R. McKeen, superintendent of motive' as they can be built.
S--_ -- U .._,_ U_L- I __ I. ...

First Chinaman to Die from Fever



By Aseoctated Press

4. New Orleans. Scpt. 22.-Fol- #
*- lowing is the official report to 6 "
4- p. m:
#- New cases today, 37; total to
I date. 2.762.
Deaths today. 4; total to 4
V- .1 t 3*5 3 .
New loc. 15.
0- Cases under treatmer.. 313.
*- Caeos discharged, 2.09o, :-

Little Fluctuaton.
New Orleans. Sept. 22--With the f
ra'Th :i-t varying: so slibhtly frvm day '
to ras. the- fever remains unchanged. a
ar-cordmg to authorities who now at- r
tach no importance to fluctuations in a
the number of new cases reported.
Today'., report hows an increase over
yesterday in the number of new cases;
tut the deaths are again very few f
On September 10 there were seven a
i eatha. "That record bas not since n
Seen duplicate '.
The )Iuci.ior drawn from the low
worta':'y is chai. having got out of b
th( Italian quar;tr, the fever has ap-
pr'"-'d in a nilid(r tpe. There are
not an"'ua,:\ a- many cases of yellow
f( ver t' '.;. iaily reports indicate, a
consider:. '!,- percentage of cases being h
a ic'5 .*(-ri(Is form of lis,-..
WVhil. i: has b hn practically deter- '
ir'nea to (fpfn the public schools Mon- a
()a :tKns. of learning wil remain closed
.'I a tr"r.:h iatpr. All these, in- V
c ninng n'in r private schools, attract
t :;:I pIT5;s from the country dis-
trir s of Louisiana and from surround-'
S niflhatie enial by the authorities'
et Havana in a telegram to Surgeon '
General Wyman ol the existence of
f(er there gav'e much kcal satisfac-
tion Throuthout Ii<- campaign here.
Havana has beti: poinrcd to as a model'
lor New 0Or::'ans to N 'o"..
The first dtatlh o0 a Ih'.i..aman from
yellow fever was rncorti"! today. Tlie
victim was to::nd dead in his room ir.
the Ch:ne'-e quarter, wibch is c.An-
4i L-'.)iuu- ;to ;o ( ,, m -at pol .1 h(cadlquar R
ters. Owine '(o 'h. fact' :.a this is a c
('1'n rested n r h '-' h >d t a'srbn' r: i <' w.
vi' 'rrea' the '* on to a srung oisO '
cell .
C~~t ht~t OflS



Large Number of Condemned Law-
breakers Serving Out Their
Time There Owing to


About twenty-five prisoners who have
pleaded guilty to minor offenses with-
n the past week or two are now con-
ined in the county jail. which is no
atubt more to their liking than con-
Irement in the convict camps and
work upon the county roads. Nearly
ill of the prisoners are sentenced for
minor infractions of the law, the aver-
age sentence being about 45 days.
tSince the yellow fever first broke
out the jail has been thoroughly
screened with wire and cleaned and
umigated and health conditions there
t present are excellent. There has
ot been a case of sickness nl the
ail for some time and the ears that
I being exercised there to prevent
infection indicates that the sheriff's
astile, at least, will be spared ouringd
ae present trouble.
The screening of the jail not only
includes the office and rooms of the
officers. but every portion of thebuild-
ng and, in addition to this, the jail
as received a new coat of paint inside
nd out.



By Associated Proe.
Hamilton. Mass., Sept. 22.-Willie
nderson, of the Apawamie Club, of
ye. N. Y., retained the title to the
championship of the United States by
.i ning the tournament at the Myo-
a Hunting Club today. The totaiI
'ore for four rounds was 72 holes to,
3. i

Mississippi Summary.
icksi,. MP .-. Sp;. 2r --Tbh Ms CHIIOL ERA STILL
sissip ii e-. ,, ;.-\x r su.ninar,- fir to- UUl\L
lai iSs a v.
Rx.,x r iases: Harriston. one DRAGS Al
c(usX,. Pia. ... < ni now case. one
dia'h. yi-.o. een now cas "-
Iwo (i",a'O> an'. ,. cases "

dezths; Nt io ~ir inev6-eases., on;

Cit' I ar, %slkre rI ''.rno

By Asec.rtrd Press.
r'- So- -1 ,- .Mcially an
ac tune- "1 *'- H'- 'n -"' n. wv Ge'
tnan n'i:se'.- i M.r, co. an, th'
I'<'n:h g'pir'-nniwn hax,. reached a
eomn ;pl; ace '.! th. Mooc'.ar confrencc

September 22

By Astrted Press.
SoutP, LeaGue.
A.'a*"'a 4 .1 R t 1.
N a-it .' r, 7. ,' ) -: 4.
Mo t::- nmwry 4 .Mn. ;,ts 1.

Americani League.
W,-, Sh ntrn 4. 1l'k'ro
wf,' Yolkth :; at- ,
Pi'". klelplbta 4, t. .ad~
% 1; a 2, ("cx eland 1.
qr4 gsm I
B. -wsT'(ot 1:- S*. Louis P. ffIrst g
B-*o" t- Iouis :. k steond .4
National League.
C hicaco 7, Nt w Yirk 4.
cincinnaU 31. IlB h'L~) rg 1, IUavpk,!%n





E By Associated Press.
Berlin. Sept. 22.-The official bulle-
i:t: announced that nine new cases of
cho e-a and two deaths had been re-
Spored for the twenty-four hours end-
' ing at noon today. making totals to
a da:e of 2:'. cases and S0 deaths.
New York, Sep. 22.-Chairman
Taggart of Lke democratic national
committee arrived in New York today:
from Ind:anapol:s. He denied the:
statement made by President McCa!i
.of the New York Life Insurance corn-
pany before the legislative inve'.ga--
;on committee on Wednesday that
the( democratic national committee
had solic:ttd money for the campaign!
funIs from the concern
"No member of :he national conm-
mittee or any agent of the coinmi-
ioe- (-ver asked Mr McCall of the New,
Yo,:k Life for a dl):'ar." he said.
Mr Taggart added-:
"Neither the democratic national
comrmitt:e nor any authorized repre-
sex, a:.ve of the committee ever asked
a collar's contribution from any other
insurance company."
He said he did not come to New
York to test'fy before the insurance
i~rvc-;:gat:on cormmittep. It was "'t..,)
ista:ed at the investigation today to a
reporter that Chairman Taggart nad
not been asked to testify.

nmnn r n TnFinancial Manager of Society is

Kira ai ri minniir

bUM LLLLU IU on Witness Stand. IILV I1 Vfl ijL

By Associated Press.
New York, Sept. 22.-The syndicate Supreme Lodge Adopts Provision
Several Attractions Booked for o r atio' r of eth utables eif Ap ision
Opera H A ar surance Sociey were taken up by the for Sliding Scale Payment
Opera House Unable to Appear nsrance inves igatin committee to-
Owing to Quarantine. day and consumed the entire after- By Years.
noon se<-ion.
Henry R. Win:hrop. assistant sec- By Associated Press.
Several first c!::s attractions wnicn rElary and tinan,.ial manager of the Indianapolis, Sept. 22.-An import-
were booked to app ar ,!t the Pensa- socit-, swore to. the record .f sales nlaw providing for scaling certif-
cola opera house during the early and pIr.',. 4 !f securities for the ant l aw providing for sc enacted
east fix e.v le detail-d -, frcates of life assurance was enacted
part of the present theatrical season i today by the supreme lodge of
as he was ; T '-, h transactions of ii
have been compnIlled to cancel their syn icat',( ,.. H. Hyde and hi- aI- Knights and *LaTlps of Honor. The
dates owing to :::e quarantine, which sociats'" ; -ook memoranda of aii law is desigrn,Io prevent fraudulent
,. *repri -i 'a'ions rr artling the health
maue it impossible for them to reach informa:. '. )ich he was n' rep ion r the health
this city and get away again. supply, hlo' which is to be pres.F_,!:( of p'ers insjre! .
It was the intention to open the at a la'er ,late. It prov,:- thai the policy of a hold-
house, which has been entirely re- One of the operations was in Atlantic er d ing within (one year of he issu-
modeled, decorated and greatly im- Coast Line bonds in which "J. H Hyde qnce of the policy sail be paid only,
proved during the past summer, oa and asqo,4ia!':-'." the Equitable parti-
Friday, September ,1 with Hermann, cipating as a rnmmber, paid $1,376,096 policy holdr dying wit *n two years,'
the magician, who has opened the in all and received $114,500 profits. only two thirds of the face will be
S Inh! ifor several 'years Mr. Winthrop said there wa noth- paid; and a holder dying within 4h'-ee
seont. When ity for several years Ing on th E"ritable books to show years, only eighty percent. After the
past. When yellow fever appeared the who were the associates or what wa third year the policy will be paid in
date was cancelled, as were the dates Mr. Hyde's personal profits. The so- U I
Cmpy and "Buster B'rown' whch670.00.
Company and "Buster Brown whch Much Information desire in regard DANGEROUS IS
were scheduled to appear soon after t, thsc, synld:ca'e operations Mr. rl
the opening performance. Winthrop sa'd h The Opera House is :eadly for the ur and supply later. FAMINE SITUATIONl
opening as soon as it is Dossible for .Tust before Mr. Winihrop was exam.
ined, A torrney Hnghes read a long let. --
any of the companies to reach the ter tfr"m (;'ovl r C!"velaind. who is By Associated Press.
city, but Manager Coe does not ex- t-u.stee for th"- policy holde'r.s in ti(, Cadix, Spain, S;,pt. 22.--Reports from
)ect that the opening performance EquitabeP u:;- 1 1r Thi r'as F. R.n the famine districts show that the
will be given before the first of No- azrment. The letter w'. r',a' in orknien threaten to born and sack if
ille given bfore the first of evidence. theev arc not furnisl:,d with fc;,). Ap-

rem b
he sp

or until after frost
ead of fever.

checks The oomrwn lit
Next W'(ilne. ny..

has atjurned till

peals have been sent to the govern-
ment to disiributo rations.




V 'I


e lpoeP Must Make Prompt Report




Leaders Say Time Is Ripe to Build
Up Powerful Organization
in the South.

Birmingham, Sept. 22.-Republican
leaders in Alabama have determined
to nominate next year a full state and
congressional ticket and to urge all
republicans and republican sympa-
thizers to refrain from participating
in the democratic elections.
In coinmenting on the subject yes-
terday, Joseph 0. Thompson, chairman
of the republican state committee,

"It may be stated with absolute
authority that the republican party in
Alabama will nominate a full state
and congressional ticket next year and
make a systematic and energetic fight
to elect it.
"Conditions are ripe for the growth
of a formidable republican opposition

in all the southern states.
"We propose to put out a full stat
t:'ket next year, and in doing so w
are determined to nominate for a
offices candidates, no matter whs
may have been their former politics
affiliaulon4 whose character intell
gence and capacity will, we believe<
appeal convincingly to the people c
"We shall invite the co-operation c
all men who believe that the welfarer
of the state can be best promoted b
the election of a republican administri
tion conducted' along republican line
Pnd animated with true republican
"With these purposes In view wi
shall take steps to notify all republic
cans, and all voters who sympathize
with the political ideals represent<
by President Roosevelt, to refrain fron
participating in democratic primarfei
and refrain also from encouraging th4
democracy in any manner whatso
"The time has at length come
think when the people of this state
undisturbed bv the political bugalmoo
of the last thirty years. may honestly
separate into too great political camps
.recisely a. th,-ir forefathers dl(d where
he democratic ana' whig parnr-'s werf
rivals here before the civil war."





By Associated Press.
ktichmond, Va., Sept. 22.-Former
Governor Charles T. O'Ferral died
here this morning from nervous pros-
tration. The state and city authori-
ties will take action regarding the
honoring of his memory. The funeral
will be held Sunday.
By Associated Press.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22.-At today's
session of the International Union of
I'r:dzepmen and Structural Ironwork-
er' of America, the strike against the
American Bridge Company, obtained
the official endorsement of the con-


'. A summary of the fever sit- *
* uation up to last .lght Is as
* follows:
New cases, six; total to date
K Deaths, one; total to date,
,* Cases under treatment. 18;
cases discharged, 33.

Six new cases of yellow fever and
one death were reported by phys.i-
clans to State Health Officer Porter
yesterday. The victim was R. L. Wil-
liams of 414 East Main street, whose
case was diagnosed on Thursday as
yellow fever. The cases reported yes-
terday are as follows:
New Cases Reported
Mrs. Regan, on beach near Perdido
W. B. Cole, 121 West Government
M. &. Gross, 405 South Olivia street.
Tom Clopton (colored), 619 West
Belmont street.
Samuel 0. Williams, taken from
city jail t, t Anthony's hospital
Harry Miller, East Chase street, be-
tween Tarragona and Alcaniz.
Suspoleous Cases.
A number of susDicious cases have,
been reported to the health authori-
ties and, in all probability, some of
them will be diagnosed yellow fever
within the next twenty four hours.

in the

seems to be spreading
west end than in any
of the city notwith-

0 standing the fact that cases have
I- been reported in nearly all sections.
B Dr. Edward Andrade, of JacM on-
ville, who arrived in the city Thurs-
a day night, has been tendered the use
e of the laboratory of Dri. D'Alemberto
- and Kennedy and will be of great as-
sistance to the health authorities :Ir
reaching a proper diagnosis in cases
s of yellow fever. He brought a nua-
F her of scientific instruments with nim
and, in all doubtful cases, will make
microscopic examinations of blood tp
dcrermine whether or not the patleor
!has yellow fever.
The state health officers stated last
night that there was little hope of
stamping out the disease before the
appearance of frost unless all the peo.
pli co-operatev with the physidans
and promptly reported every ose of
f, i er, of every description, as soon s
it r..ade its appearance. If coopers,
txl.n is given the physicians hope to
bold the d;:ease in check but have
be'n badly hani!canp-d heretofore by
the fact that (ca.-.,c are not reported
p" ompriy.
Dr. Byrd's View.
"The period when the disease is
danr,-'rou.ts," sait Dr. Byr,'. last night,
"is during the first three days. If
every case was promptly reported to
the hra',h authorities as soon as the
first siizn of fever appeared so that
proper, sanitary meaIrres could be
taken, there would be absolutely no
ranger of trh disease spreading from
such cases. The troublesome cases
are the ones where the patient is not

(Continued on Third Page)

World's Trotting Record

Equalled by Audubon Boy

By Associated Press. IReadville trotting park this afternoon,
Readville, Mass., Sept. 22.-Audubon traveling an exhibiton mile in l:55%.
The trotter wen, the mile alone, thb
Boy equalled the world's record for running horse giving out shortly a t
t:r',tiner h e by Star Pointer, at the the start.






w 1 4____ -- -----MOM--1.4 -- I




Te Cau Conrt Convenes and

One Highly Sensatonal Case

Special to The JournaL
Goulding Relay Camp. Sept. 22.---
Thiags around camp have been quiet
with the exception of the arrest and
trial yesterday of Flagman F. 1. W;i-,
Hams. for a violation of one of theI
sanitary rules of the camp The caseI
was ably ar'ied loefore Judge Ash lv,
Attorneys Williamns and Horne for the'
uatfens, wh le th. (canp was w''I: r,'p
resented by attorney Gumbo Davis.
After all witnesses had twer ex-'
amined and the lengthy arg-nien'I
that are usually indulged in by our:I
attorneys made. -l' case was givc:iI
to te jurT with one of the hale.st
charges that it has been our good for-
tune to bear ior many days T '_'-
judge almost insi.Ste,. oi, a verdict of
gulk\. after citing the intens:t ,"of
the c;inic and the diff-rent penal:ie ,
to be imposed. i
The jury gave all attention anI,
were oriv out 45 minute, and returned
a verdict ot not guiky. and further
renonimandd the arrest of Engineer(
Hoffman for defamation of character.
They c' once retained ":b services offt
thosc- leading attoraeya, Messrs.:
Villiams and Home, who seem to b.e
tie leading lawyers of tne camp.
After court Mr. WVilliams's Priends
met him in Ihi reception room and
held a jollification meeting and some
of the sweetest music of the season
was heard from (he famous singe:;,
Messra. Hahn, Fleming and Gardner.
We would like to hear from theI
Escambia camp. Have not heard;
from them in some time. ']
We regret to note the indisposition ]
of Conductor Vickery who is nursing
a vad cold.
Some of the boys are going squirrel j
hunting Saturday. Of course we are
looking forward to Sunday and. the (
large po nDie with mu -h pleasure.
Mrs. Mc~:'l is up from her spell of
malarial fever.


Of Cholera Morbus with One Small
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, I
Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
Mr G W F. ; r. of Hightower,
Ala ri ates atn -lr ,nct'e he had -
while scrviLC: on a petit jury in a.
aiurder case at Eav.ward ville. count) I
stat o0 Citbournru to'.ty, Alabama.
i sas. Whi:L th.(re I ate son-, (
fresh nisv* an se'-'r, T se meat rr'nI
a1 ga : ;.. h ,':, ; : !:o-lbus in a ery
sever< '1n;I. I w as never riore Rick (
in In iife a-,. a-vu to :he drug sB'ir(.
:)r a ct'".:ii ". .., :'a niX ;t:rf-. ,.:t t: -
d ,'::"~-', sC',me n.e n :ao"n'- of C'hamb'-
.uin o h, (ho)era and Diarrhoea c
I; n(.1t 'v i.. A.7tz. ,a. ii ha: hoi :
Si iiaL I t '- t '`.a, th1 :;- .
vPs so ;l CI A ."'.'" h<- u ,.:e(, rn':,per
sen"d i t o mie ri th fix I was in. I
uL K atv d .-L 0 i. ac E. w.as cnre; in c
,i e i.; 1u.. : -1 1 he Sc'-on.i dos-' .r
", 1 'L -:i '. tw o :.i'.'w J:Tror.,
vke e a2 fT'' I t '' n u(
anj orne s '". Bottle cru-, the :hr,. -'t
of us. For : e K.' all dirugg.sts.

Laci-s Encorse the Change.
to !, '. 2 ar. m- n i :c -
E',sv 'ikie r r:',- knnowvn :o the ma, ',ort: I
a4dverLs ,.. s'. i 'i.s.:. -s citrcjt -.. ;
t:at ri ,, .: ii. u ;hf Na ion ', -
Ta)i(o, t'C'" ;an of ir T' "" t

: a r-' .- ;a a i :hi w '-t on- :"
two pr : OTI :T ': i' :'h ani.
< n'.-" I- ,' Si:Inu a as
he !i t :, t,> a!::,f c nl'i.f- on
1;1 ;'. n: ',s ,. pu;s( .. :a -.
Sa;v.!.a!,. a i : i:a na i:ial t ;
t on r. r n, nov -' ,'" lr-c s.p. ;!'t; : '
etc.. an.' as a c.. pph xion btaai;ticr.' -
t.erTr< .*r : s't it' ianutfactIurer. -.
z;. ano :a : (U.iJd L., take a.".v
chances on :e' i n'ii'i,. and ai ont '
bold s',r.)k' r(lr. the word Sa- ino: a
ior Kain :.
That ti.-' ::w hrazre "Narinola" w': '
loon become p'pula -. and a favorite
trpamrmer i :h t: h lad: 's is evidenced ,
b y t!hhe riiun'us e-on-1oseents frem
rute'!u woNmen in nearly every state .
to the union. wh'o have t-sted the vir
tart of this vaiuale preparatUon.

Owing to the F -3ar(!'y -)f collec:ions
and the at'ence of Mr Walker In7- A
rahanm from the cr y, i lc necessary to
place thbe l'usinetss on a cash bai. F
Monthly cust=mer,. a-e hereby not:-
fled tl-,a' money mu' he left at hom-n'
to pay delivery man, or package wil
be brought: back to laundry office.
ewpt Iw Py 1H J. Mackey.





The Star Steam [

Laundry. H
37 E. Ga-den St. Phoe 114.
Pensacola, Fla. I

SName. Description.
Notice is hereby given that the following described real estate, lying ano
being in the City of Pensacola, County of kcambia, Otate oC Florida, upon I <
which the taxes levied by the said City of Pensacola for the year A. D. 1904,
hae not been paid, will be sold at the door of the court house of Escambia; Ann Miller.........W. 45 ft. of E. 75 ft. of lots 1 and 2
county. at noon, on the erst Moadfy In October, A. D. 190, to make said taxes and of 8% lot 3 blk. 19, Beh--on?
penalties, interest and cost. Numbering................. 28 2 31) 272
J. C. WHTIN'G, Lottle Moorer.......Lot 18, b!k. 99, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 781
Tax Oollector. Mrs. M. E Palmes..Lots 27, 28 and 29, bif. 44, Belmont
Tract. ........... .. .. . 31 S 1
J. H. Pace ........... interestt 4ots 11 to 1Y, blk. 48,
Belmont Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. 3 "S
SD. Pery............E. 70 ft. on Belmont by 100 ft. on
mesa Dt. 0 aCoyle N. E. corner blk. 82, Belmont
0 < Numbering............... 28 2 30 7 0
D. Perry............40 ft. on Coyle by 100 ft. S. of N. 110
ft. blk. 82, Belmont Numbering.... 28 2 33 2 19
~liza Allen.........Lots 19 and 20, blk 33, East King E. L Purcell........ Lots 23 and 24, blk. 40, Belmont
Tract..... .............. ....19 2 30 6 12i Tract.. ....................'2 ,
Mary Andwrm .....Lot 16 and 17, bik 99, ast King Minnie Rivers.. .... W. 47% ft. of lots 16 to 20, blk 27, *
Tract ......i...................19 2 30 4 98: Belmont Tract................ 2 571
F. Barro.......... N 30 ft of 4 and W of. 5, blk 48, 1 Nancy Rivers........ Lot 26, blk. 87. Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 1 7
EDst King Tract .... ..........19 2 30 3 46 Jno. D. Robinson.... W. 75 ft. of E. 150 ft. on Gregory by
Thos. Bell...........Lots 1 to 5, blk. 97, East King Tract 19 2 30 4 84 150 ft. deep, blk. 83, Belmont Num-
L. Boey. .......... Lots 1 to 4. blk 37, Elst King Tract.. 19 2 30 4 08 berng deep, .................. 42 2 30 4 7
A. A. Credille.......N 40 ft of Lot 1 and of E of 2, blk Francis Rodgera .... Lots 3 and 4, blk. 88, Belmont Num- 4 30
56, East King Traot ........ .. 19 2 30 1 43e bering.............. 19 23 9 630
L. M. Davs .........Lot 19. bik 144, East King Tract.. 19 2 30 5 34 Charleton Stone.... Lot 19, blk. 91, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 91
L. M. Iavia.........W 30 it Lt 3. bik 69. East King Tract 19 2 30 2 68 Mary Scott.......... Lot 5, blk. 94, Belmont Numbering 19 2 39 91
i. M. Davis..........Lot 2, blk 73, East King Tract ..... 19 30 4 71 Mary A. Stonet.......Lots 11 to 23, blk. 119, Belmont Num-
L. zz,- Davis.........N 60 ft Lot'3, and of W2 of 2, blk 56o1 bering... 11. Blo.N .19 2 00 4 10
ast King Tract.. ..........19 2 30 4 5 A. F. Thomas.......W lots ...................24 and 25 blk. 16, Belmont
Peter Davidson......Lot 3. blk. 93, East King Tract.. 19 2 30 72 FThomasloract 24and 25. blk.... 16 Bel.... .mo6 nt
Wm Fisber ........Lots 6 and 7 anA N 105 ft Los 11 and IMary Thomas........ot 4, blk. 8, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 95
12, blk. 4. East King Tract..... 19 2 30 11 5 Julia E. Thomas....Lot 10, blk. 85, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 3 915
Pcer Grundy........Iots 8 to 10, blk 129, East King Tract 19 2 30 1 05 Thomas.Lot b lk. Belmont Num
SF. Harood.... 14 to and N 3 ft t 17, blk Mrs. N. D. Thomas..Lots 4 to 11, blk. 114, Belmnont Num-
Le.hi F. lia'grod .... l.Lot 14 to 16 and N 3 ft Lot 17, blk bering...19 2 30 1 i0!,
29. EasHnt King Tract ......... ..9 3 11 B. C. Tunison....... %interest in W. 10 ft. of S. 100 ft. lot
Wim Hani.!ton......W 17 ft i Lo 2 and E 15 ft Lot. bik 29, blk. 21, Belmont Numbering.. 1I 2 30 1 69
R5es KHawthorn..l. sting Tract... .19 2 90 5 36 W. T. Waters........E. 45 ft. lots 6 to 19, blk. 79, Belmont
R,,N~ccs -awthorn..Aets 1. 2 and 3, blk 92, iast King Numbering...28 2 30 7
Tract................ ..1 2 30 2 98 H. A. Waters.......gLot 19, b. 84, Belm. .. ont. Numbering. 28 2 30
Jas. Hamilton........Lo: 5, blk 130, East King Tract .. 19 : 30 1 54 H. F. Wersbb........Lot 19 and 20, blk. 48, Belm rn 28 2 30
Cha. H. Hudgins ...N 60 ft Lot 6 and of E Lot 5. blk Lidia Webb.........Lots 19 and 20, blk 8. Belmont Tract 01
49, IDast King Tract .......... 19 2 30 6 63t Lidiaver Wiliste.........Lots 1 and 7, blk 8141, Belmont TractNum- 10 16
Chase. H. Hudgins...S 60 ft of N100 ft Lot 6 andof being Over White........Lots 1 and 2, blk. 141, Belmont Num-
5. blk 49, East King Tract .... !9 2 30 4 86 b,no,............ e .. ...... i ...Q i 30 1 0
Chas. H. Hudgin...E 0 ft of 110 ft Lot 1,blk 56, East Unknown...........Lots 16 and 17, blk. 92, Belmont Num-.
Kin Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 0 2 19 berng.... .. .... .......... 19 30 1 0
C. K g.................8 50 ft Lot 6 and o. s Lot 5, blk Unknown...........Lots 18 and 19, blk. 92, Belmont Num-
SBat King Tract .......... 19 230 321 being. ................ 19 2 30 1 31
J W. Kobler.........N 30 ftof ES90 ft rof It 3 and of W% 0Unknown...........Lot 18, blk. 136, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 65
Lot 2, blk 72. East King Tract.. .. 19 2 30 1 18 Unknown...........All fractional blk. 137, Belmont
Mse Jackson...... S 20 ft of N 70 ft Lot 4 and of W 1%. Numbering ........ .... .. .. 19 2 30 1 31
Lot 5, blk 60, East King Tract .. 19 2 30 4 35 fBkner Chipley ....Lot 8, blk. 40, Belmont Tract.. .... 1 54
Wm. Lewis.........8 90 ft Lot 3 and W% Lot 2, blk 50, Ulknown...........ILots 9 and 10, blk. 86, Belmont Num-
East King Tract ..... .... ..19 2 30 4 48 bering.... .. .... ........ .. 19 2 30 3 U97
Wm. Lewit.........N 20 ft of Lot 1 and of Z% Lot 2, blk Josephine Abdelkada:Lot 15, blk 132, New City........ 1 11 i
51, East King Tract...... .... 19 2 30 12 34 John H. Alexander..Lota 5 to 6, blk 225, New City...... 1 16
Wm. LAwis.........8 50 ft Lot 6 and E% Lot 5, blk $1, 'Mrs. M. L. Banks....Lots 14 to 18, blk 218, New City.... 2 76
East King Tract ........ .. .. 19 2 30 3 72 Wm. Bentley.......Lot 16, blk. 14, New City.. .. ...... 3 95
Dugene Lindsay .... Lot 18, blk 105, East King Tract.. 19 2 30 91 L. Boley............Lots 4 ano, 5 and E 30 ft 26, blk 92,
L lie and New City .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 1 45
Lucy McKinley.... .W 101 ft Lots 9 an6a 10, blk 2., East W. A. Blount .......Lot 7, blk 36, New City............ 88
King Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .... 19 2 80 7 92 C. L. F. Book .......Lots 11 and 12, blk 129. New City.. 11 94i
Jno. YeCollough ... .E 65 ft Lot 13 to 16, blk 35. tst King fThoe Boyle.........All of blk 236, New City............ 6 74
Tract........ .. ...... .. .. 19 2 30 3 Ii B. H. Burton....... E% Lot 13 and all 11 and 12, blk 27,
G~o. Montgomery...Lot 6, blk 92, ast King Tract .. .. 19 2 30 85 New City.. ........ .. ...14 11;
Levi Owens.........S 25 ft of N 75 ft Lot 3 and of W .2 ,L1. E. Brook, ....S 37 ft of 8 to 10. blk 44. New City.. 6 23'
Lot 2, blk 54, East King Tract.... 19 2 30 3 E.59 onl S7t o St 1. Nl 44. N .6 2
.d er. N 0 ftoflt 64 an of Lot ,izabeth Connell .. .Lot 15. blk 147, Now C:.% ............
Alexander Oliver.... N 90 ft of Lot 6 and of E Lot 5. aJ. Care ..........Lots 1, and 18, blk 104. New (tv.. 13 71
k 46, A King Tract. .19 2 30 9 6 C. (Carison ......... ..Lot 19. bik 125. New Cityl...........I 16,
Sam Pascn, Jr......ot 12, blk 103, East King Tract.... 19 2 0 1 6 L. M. Davis.........N Ot) ft of 120 ft of Lois 10 to 12, b 1k
Barton Pepper......S. 120 ft. of Lot 1 and of Ea, lot 2,338 Nw it 1 45:
b:k 53. East King Tract . .. .19 30 5 24 ................1 4
Lou Prune.........E'.. Lot 5 and N 40 ft. Lot 6, blk. C. A. D'Alemberte.. .Lot 11. b'k 128. New City............ 2 17
m's. East King Tract ...... .. .. 19 2 309 93 C. Dorsoy ..........Lots 6 to 15, blk 349. New City. ..... .
V,"arla Shlnka......'S 60 ft of N 90 ft Lot 4 and N'. I: Wim. Duffle.......... Lot 3, blk 18, New City............ 3 W;
5. blk. 48. East King Tract.... .. 10 2 30 4 60 Jas. England, Jr .... Lot 10. blk 131. New 'ity.......... 3 "5
M. E. Stewart.....Lots 13 and 14. ilk. 38, East King Tract 19 2 30 3 V5 Mrs. 0. Ever*tt.....8 part of Lots 14 to 16, blk 13. NE(v
.,' t. Stevens ......S 75 ft Lot 1 and of E% Lot 2, bik City...... ... ......... .. .. !3
54. East Kin- Tra(e .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 5 62 Moses Fitzpatrick ...Lots 11 and 12, bik 154, New City.. 2 ".7
s nar Shepard......I1ot 4, 5 and 6, blk 73, East King ; John B. Grimnn......Lot 13. blk 308. New City............ 49
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 19 2 30 10 43: John Goldstucker ...Lot 13 and W%1 Lot 12, blk 51. New
Otis Smiley ........Lot 16. blk 106. East King Trae .... 19 2 30 7s8 City .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 5 24
J. C. Spr:,ner.......Lots 1 and 2, blk 10'7. East King uia Henderson ... .Lot 17, bik 15, Ncv City..........1 i 3
Tramt .. .. .. ..... .... . 19 2 30 1 1 Bnj. Hilton........ All bik .,33. New City............... 1 '.9
Chan. H Tay-lor .... Lo .ts 14 and 17. blk 9. E is: K:ng i Wm. Holder..........Lot 4. blk. 224, New City. ... .... 2 13
Tract ............ ..........9 2 C" -1 8c K ate Kelly..........N part of Lots 14 to 16, blk 13. New
Alonro Thomas .....8 O0 ft of W% ,Lot 2. less the \W 1 ft i City .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .... 35
h1lk 51. Eact King Tract .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 3 97 A. R. Jones..........Lots 1 and 2, lik. H10. New Cit; .... 7 50
Samiel Wagner ..... o's 1l to 20, blk. 135. East King Aaron Johnson......E 10 ft LoAt 7. all 8, N 3, ft of .,. !*:k
Tractt .... .................19 2 2o 4 3;5 14. Nw City .. ....... .. .. . .,.7 01
W C W iter ....... S ft lot 't. blk 4. Eas. King Tract 19 2 .0 ;, (., Aaron Johnson...... ILot 1. blk 17, New City.......... ;; .3
;<. 7 eWvraworth. I/ts 1. 2. 11 and 12 and 14 to 20. blk Ja.i. A. Johnon....Lo k 5, New City............ 9
i',. E~at KIne Tract .... ....... 19 2 20 4 5 Io)ht. Lewis ........Lots 6 and 7. blk 154. -Newv. City. .... 3 9
SL W:z:r ....... .o 24. blk 37. Ipt King Tr:e .. .. 19 2 30 1 67 Unknown ......... .W 10 ft of N SW c srI"r tonita an 1
; .......... N 70 ft Lots 1 and 2. blk 57. Fas-t Kt ng Ce atles, b!k 1. N.w City . . . 1 C '
Tract .. ....... .. .. . 19 2 3') 4 f5 1. H McLel'an .....E 2%, lot 4 an' W 33 l.o0 5. l,'k 83.
D. W 'mor .. .T. S 1 to 6 and 10 14 ,': 17 to "4. New i .(.y ................ 9 .. 7 .7
b'k 109. Ea, t King Tract........ 13 2 39 3 71 N. C. McMilan .... .Lot 17. blk it. N r' Ci(:y......... 1 l '
,-< ,w ..........N ~o ft l ,t 1 and of E'. i. 71. East King Tract . . .. . !9 ? 30 1 "3! N. C. McMillan ....... io. 5 to S. bik. ;-;2'. New C ty...... ft
I' '-" ; .,r ., ....... ..: I and 2'. blk 1t '.. E'.". lin:;- S. M al'o:yv
"'ra . . .. ... .. .. ... .. ) 1 69 a E C. M al..1 -i .: 1.'V ,, -- '
'rkno r?.. ...........!o: 1. bk. 113. East Kin:. T-c-. .... 19 2 ,"1 .4 S. '. Mi'or.y
,.! .wn ............. ot :.1. iik 121. East l n-. t:ac;t.. 1:* 2 ', 61i .. C. M a::voi .L 2 a" i ., 1:k : (Iv. .-........
l'nk .,.xi .......... ~p',.tiona L.o's- 25 to 2'. ,k 150. East I.; :Ii ll .. ., 13 a ;nd 1. 1. k ;'"' .N. :' (':y.. :;
Trat .. .. . . . .. . .11 2 30 S Prnsacola l.ard &
,. ,,rn .h ..... rt 1. h;k l1(. -ISt Kin: Tract.... 19 2 30 4 3! Improvement Co. .L it S, to 10, blk 1't, N.w (ity .. 2' ',
1, (-. -,,-. N .'" f: 1.o 3 and (f 1""2 L., 2. b!'; '':. Purdy........ .1. 1. In. 20 :)ik 17:. N: w Ci':ty.. 1 .i ]
.-,. Ks. Kin Trc l'r ........ .. 19 2 .20 1 22 .'I. jV Perkins. ...... Lo 7. 2k 30..- Nw Ci'ty..............
. 7 .-,-. . 40. Behn- . T.r. . r.-ill. Renza...........L t. 12 ".. ni 1.. bli". N -w C:y.. '
A. & L.o'&rop n.... .. i. ret s: in I, :s 11 to IS. blL;:. 4S 1. P. Reese........ ,Lo:s 1i t" 2t0. h.k 1 0 ('ity.... 5. "
;'in.or.r Tra . .. .. .. ... 1 .' *( . S ia .. . .1..Lo 3, hi; 8'. New CIy.. ,.'.
A'c',,n ... .... b:k Be) k- :a;. T a t...... 9 27 ; \. Spencer.......'.'as 3 an' L, bik 1hi New City .....
T. <', ton........ 1. and 7. uk. ..'. .. ,o.,nt Trat 4 4G (ri Smih..... .Lots 1 amd 20. blk 'r0. Now Cit.y. 1
:' . Amos .. 1. 'ts 26 to 3 Lilk. 1::3. I.enmon .r. R. S'i.ggs..........Lots 1 to 5. blk. !75. N'w Ci:y........ ,
Numbering. ................ 19 2 3: 1 5; .Mr. E. rc.......W 7 ft of S 74 ft ji ,- .) 10. ;,
|; i. Au-re.......E. 112. ft. of 16 and 17 and of N% 44 Nrew. C:ity.. ... .. ..... ...7 7.2
or 18. blk 34. Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 3 72 :,..-:,< Ureh ....... I t 12. ', i .' N Y. 1 .......... 2 17
. in ..........Lo 1 and S. 17 ft. of 2 and ,. 50 ft. Th-,s. C. Wato.- & Co.Lots 1 ;o 5 and :, ;4 0. bl 273.
of 23 and 24, b!k. "1, Belmont Ne (!ty. .. .. .. .. ... ....... . ..1 9. ;
Numberin .......... .... .... 19 2 ,) 7 33 Tho's C. Wa:,. & Co.E ": f, Los 1 to 4. hft dl. Ne:v

.. ....... Lots 22 and 23, blk. 7.7, Belmont City . . . . . 1 .
Numbering.. ... ........ 19 2 30 7 01 Virginia E. Walker...Lot I noi.t W 21 ft Lot 2., lk. 4 1 New T
P 1ecy.............Its 3 to 10. blk. 95. Belmont Num- City . ................... "
hering.......... ...... .... 19 2 30 6 1 HRilla Watson .......Lots c, 1 S. b2k :*.-. ':ew City.... -,
Boley........... Los 7. 13 and 14, blk. 116. Belmont Mr.s. :i. E. Wright ...Lots 11 to 29, blk 4. Nc-;, Ci:y... ;
N,,, bering.... .... .. .... 19 2 30 1 63 ,Mrs. M. E. Wright ..Lots 16 t' 20. bik 2. New C.ty. .... !
.c:ard Brown......E 5( ft. of W. 155 cn BIlmont by 150 i Kate L. Wilson ... I.t S. bk 154. New City .......... ; -
ft. deep. blk. 82. Be:nont Tract. 9 67 Liia Will.......Lot 2, bk 15, New City........... .
lrs. M. F. Bruce .... S of 15, 16 and 17. blk. 38, Belmont D. Hle Wilson...... Lots 3 to 5. b'k 308, New Cidy.... ,s
Tract.................. 7 52 D. ale Wilson.....Lots 16 to 18, blk 319. New City .... ;4 v
a Bryn....... 2, blk. 94. Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 #l Willie Williams....Lot 3' blk 22, New City.. .. .. .... 3 ,
. E. Coleman ...... ts 1is to 22, blk. 110, Belmont S then Williams.. .N 6 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 26, New City.. 7 -)
E. Numbering........ ...... 19 2 30 3 59 H. F. Wise.......... Lot 11, blk 7, New City............ 3 57 A

Sorsev ......W. 35 ft. of E. 115 ft. of lots 16 to 19, Chas. VWright....... Lot 8. blk 22. New City ............ 3...
1)lk. 79. Belmont Niumbering...... 28 2 30 7 01 Lizzle Williams.....Lot 1. b!k 372, New City........... 4 0
SFrederck ......ot 29 and E. part lot 30, blk. 27, C. C. Yonge, No. 2.. .Lots 15 and 16. blk 320. New City.... 56 C
J. Belmont Numbering. ..... .... 28 2 30 5 24 Unknown ..........Lot 268. blk 30. New City............ 5 72
ary F. Gray ....... S lot 16 and all lc 17 and ... 20 ft. Unknown ..........Lot 6, blk 7. New City................ 3 b):
arof lot 18, blk. 21, Belmont Num- Unknown ..........Lot 6. blk 21, New City .............. 1 21 ,
bring ...... .. .... ........ 19 2 30 23 31 Unknown ......... Lot 5, blk 331, New City............ 49
SUnknown .........Lots 16 to 20. blk 336, New City.... ",2 E
E. Plummer.......ots 12 and 13, blk. 2. Belmont Unknown ..........Lots 1 to 5, blk 357, New City ........ 72
TracE. Plummer.....................11 85 Unknown ..........Lots 16 and 17. l1k 357. New City.... 56
n...... ad 20, blk. 81, Belmont S. M. Cross...........2% Arpents 1 Y"T of blk. E, Maxent
rene McGreen....... 19 and 2.. ... ........ 28 2 30 1 55 Tract................. .... 42 2 30 3 .16'

S. H e.......Lots 19 to 29, blk. 40, Belmont Tract 7 63 Wm Pisher........ Fractonal Lot 11 to 14 an 37 to 39 3
:mmaHarvey........o 6, blk. 138, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 65 blk 117, Maxant Tract ...... .. 42 2 30 2 57 '
ornine Harvey...... Lot 7, blk. 138, Belmout Numbering 19 2 30 65 Wm. Fisher, Trustee.Lots 3 to 5, blk 200, Maxant Tract 42 2 30 72
J Hulse..........LOs 13 to 15, blk. 157, Belmont Mrs. Mary Kllekeily.W 80 ft of N 125 ft NW cor. blk 11,U
.Numbering.. ..............26 2 30 1 Maxent Tract.............. 42 2 30 16 77
s Numbering.. .. .. 4, .. Bm N Mrs. Mary Killekelly.S 30 ft of N 155 ft of W 120 ft blk 11,

ing.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 19 2 30 3 97 C. W. Johnson......B 126 ft Lot 32 and of 22% Lot 23, blk M
linton Lewis or 10, Maxant Tract .. .. .. ..... 42 2 30 11 45
Martha A. Lewis..100 ft. S. front by 150 ft. adjoining F. B. Lee...........Lot 14, blk 108, Maxant Tract......... 32 2 30 2 09
Sunday's on West, blk 82, Bel- S Maloney.........Lots 21 and 22, blk , Mazaat Tract 42 2 30 5 72
month Numbering ........ .... 1 2 30 4 39 Joe Nicholas'... .Lots 14 and 15, blk. 113, Maxant Tract 42 2 30 3 95
W. Lurton......L..ots 6 to 8. bik. 35. Belmont Tract 7 12 Margaret Swaine... Lots 31 and 32 and E. 50 ft. Lots 34 U
Unknown .. .....All of blk. 101, Belmont Number- and 35. blk. 11, Maxant Tract .. .. 42 2 30 25 27
ing.... .. .. .... .. .... .. .. 1 2 30 8 D. Kale WU on..... Lot 13, blk 13, Maxant Traitt........ 42 2 30 1 79
i. C. McDavid and Unknown.........Lots 31 to 34, blk. 87, Maxart Tract.. 42 2 30 1 29
L. E. Brooks....... Lots 9 and 10, blk. 66, Belmont Tract 2 57 Unknown ......... E 10 ft Lot 21 and all Lots 22 to 27, 3
rene McGreen......Lots 2, 3 and 4, blk. 4, Belmont Num- blk 87. Maxant Tract ........ 42 2 30 3 08
bering............ .. .. .. .. 28 2 30 15 00 Tjnknown ........L. Its 17 and 18, blk 113, Maxant Tract 42 2 30 1 79
. Madison.........Lot 13, blk. 127, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 75 W. J. Bicker........ W% of lot 840, blk. 19, Old City.... 9 27


L. Boley..........All lit 243. Exs. F. 50 ft 01 S. 160 ft.

L. Baley. ........... All 1,; 24-5. Exe. E. n o ft ot S. 160 ft.
b6K. 31, O:J C y. .. .. .... .. .
Tho.s. DoLn.hnt.....N. -tN :. of lot 246'. bik. 13. Old City..
M'rs. B1elie Grant. ... \\ lot 203. b.k. 23, 1ld City......
M. A. Or:ffin ........: i, bk. 20. Old Ciy. .. .....
B. Lircum ..........SS. 40 '. A-p.:nt ,lot 73, Old City .....
J.o;l:-;:I!e & Nashville
R R. Co....... .. .W. 14 ft. of E. 9G ft. Arpent lot 30. Old
Ci .. .. .... .. ..... .......
1:. M. McArthur.....W. 100 ft. of N. 120 ft. lot 7S, ArpenL
O ld Ciy .. . . . ... ........
Est. A. McCee.......EW lot 3-'';. 1) k :i. ():, City.........
C. R. Mag ee ......... NI ot ;'21! i. (Olil ('it' .. ..
Est. Eben Moreno ..Lot 371. (cn-<':cry ;os. OA C.'v ...
Effic McDonald Rivers N. 70 ft. lots 342 and 343, blk. 20,
O i.i ( 'litl) ...... .. . .... .. ... .
Dora Rosique........ Wi. lot 150. oik. 18 01.1 City......
Jane Scholls......, .N. 4'; :t of S. -! ft. of E. I', Arpent
lot Old Ci;y. . . .. .
i). D. Shuttleworth. .N I. lot 0'97. Blk. i7. Ohl City.. .. ..
D. D. Shutt!eworth..W1a, hlo 36;7. lk. 25. Old City........
Frank Touart ....... Wi lot 3;. blk. 21. Old City......
Mrs. Jot, Wyer.....Lot 153, blk. 27. Old City.... .. ....
Unknown.........E% lot 397 cemetery lots). Old City..
Rev. J. A. Baasen...Lots 273, Old City. ....... .....
Rev. J. A. Baasen ...Lots 393 and W% of 394 and of 397,
O ld City.. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..
C. Corner...........Lot 5. blk. 33, Dallas Tract.......... 27
Eat. M. A. Caro.....Lots 2. 3 and 5 to 7, blk. 38, Dallas
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ .. 7

Coner and
Kupfrian..........Loat 3. bk. 11, Dallas Tract........
G. A. Evzart..... .. Lots 7 and S. blk. 21, Dallas Tract..
J F. O'Shanghnessy Lots 2 T) 4. blk. 73. Dallas Tract....
Henrietta Parker . Lot 4. bik. 11. Dallas Tract........
F:t. Adam Thompson Lot 2. blk. 18. Dallas Tract.. .. .. ..
Unknown ........... S. 30 ft. lot 4. blk. 52, Da.ias Tract ..
Mar.a Baccus.......Lot 6. blk. 1. Doneldson Tract......
Wm. Fisher....... .L;.- 1 to 7. blk. 45, Donelson Tract..
Mrs. L. Gasseman..W. 110 ft lot 6 and all of lot 7, blk. 47,
Donelson Tract .... .. .. .. ...
Margaret Kelly...... N. 140 ft. of lot 11, blk. 2, Donelson
Tract........ .. .. .... .. ...
Jos. Licata.. ........S. 27 ft. of N. 127 ft. of E. SO ft., blk
3, Done!dson Tract.. .. .. .. ..
N. C. McMillan..Lot 8 and E' lot 9,. blk. 45, Doneldson
T ract., . . . . . ....
E. Maloney..........S. 38 ft. lots 3s and 39 and N 2 ft. lot
21, blk. 3S. Doneldson Tract ....
Thos. P. Maloney. ... N. 47 ft. lots 3S and 32!, blk. 39. Don-
eldson Tract...... .. .. .. ..
J. E. Strazzula.......E 33 ft. of S. 125) lot 67, blk. 3. Il..ti.
eldson Tract....... .. .. ....
Chas. Vanmetre.....E4 lot 25 and all 26, b!k. 46, Donel-
son Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. . .
M. M. Caro........50 ft. W. front. 6 ft. going S. and 150 ft
deep. bk 10;' Pette:son Addition
E. H. Hogshead. Lots 7 and < bik ;9S. Petterson Addition
Mrs. Marinovich.....Lots 11 and 12. hik. 89, Petterson Al-
dition ... . .. . .. .. .. .. ...
John H. Johnson.....Lots 21 and 22. blk 2;, Water Front
A. Lisc.hkoff......... Lots 7 and 8 and 17 and is and parts
3, 4. 5 an] 6. blk. 28 Water Front
A. Lischkoff........Lots 7 antd and 17 and IS, blk. 31,
Water Front........ .. .. ....
A. Lischkoff........Parts ois 2. 3 and 4 blk. 38. Water
Fron t ...... ..................
T. H. Woodard......Part .lhs 8 au.n 9. blk. 34, Water Front
R. M. Avery........\N' of lot 16. all of 6 to 15, blk S3.
West King Tract. .. ...... ...
E C. Alien .......... Lot 7, bik. 43, West King Tra ....
"Ilrke Bardwell... .Lots 5 and 6. blk. 42., West King Tract.
(. h lctte Buttler..... .W 28 ft. of lott; 1 to 5, blk. 116,
W est King Tract.. .. .. .... ..
1. M. and A. Betts...Lo's 7 ami S b11. 16. West Bing Tract
l, Bo.iey.. .... ....Lot 1. blk 85, West King Tract......
O. Chitnut.........Lot 19 blk. 119, West King Tract....
iav'.,t Crockett....Lots 19 and 20, hhk. 1. We-t King Tract
I l..rence Crockett... .W. 60 ft. of East 120 ft. of lik. 117,
W est King Tract........ .. ....
A. F. Pavison......Lot 5, blk. 53, West King Tract......
Earnest R. Dean.... .S. 122 ft. of lot 24 and E 33- ft. of lots
1 to 4. blk 124, West King Tract.
E. J. Frederick......Lots 13 and 14, b)k. 12, West King
Tra(ct.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...
\V\' Fisher.........Lot 17., hk .1. West King .Tract....
Si i:, Fountain... .Lots 9 and 10. blk. 27, West King Tract
ita! Garr'son......Lots 12 to 17. blk. 116. West K'ng Tract
-:. A. ;amlin........NW4 ti/lk. 147, West King Tract....
. Ii. IIansaey.......All of lot .'. and 30 ft. of 1 to 4 begin-
nin- t60 ft. E. of SWi/ of blk. and
N. 137 ft 10) inches of lot 24, blk.
124, WV(-t King Tract........ ...
T. V Hyer..........E 65 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 69, West King
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .......
S; Ham'ton...... Lot 5. blk. 4. West ling Tract....
\';t' R. KPlly.......Lot 3. blk 40, West King Tract......
ti,,le '.hal n.........All blk 95. W est King Tract......
,. Johnson.......Lot 9. blk 87, West King Tract....
J loh -son ....... Lot 1,'. 1,. 7. West King Tract....
.... -'bson .......Lot 4 going i- sub-division of NWt4
hik :.;. Wet'r King Tract........
i '-v Lewis.........W 30 ft of SWV. blk 56, West King
Tract .... . .. .. .. .. .. ..
I. J. McCaskill .....Lots 13, 14 and 15, blk 58, West King
Tract .... .. ...... ...... ..
'. .V'nley.........W 100 ft of NW14 blk 57, West King
T racL .. . .. .. .. .. .. ..
S.-MGreen......Lots 14 and 15, blk 22. West. King
Tract ........ . .. . . . ..
;i McGreen......W 180 ft N, and 120 ft of S% blk
145, Wc.st King Tract .... .. ..
\ Ni McMillan..... ILots 21 and 22, blk 56, West King
Tract ... . .. .. .. .. .. .. ..









36 30
12 .2
11 03
5 34
T 50

3 47

2I 21
5 7"

11 45
7 Cs

4 35
2 30 64

2 30 1 60

2 30 1 44
2 30 3 2
2 30 153
2 30 2 i66
2 3U 64
2 30 5f;
2 u5

5 241

1i 56

4 12

1 56

4 35

4 35


68 13

2 30 3 38
2 30 83

2 30 1 21
3 95

5 24

4 35

1 69
3 06

2 30 2 49
2 30 1 29

1 30
: 30
2 30

1 04

3 08

2 30 2 9







cM 11 lan
atd W!liams......E4 blk. 149 West King Tract...... 28 2
... Marshall. Lot 10. blk 43, West. King Tract.... 28 2
:C'*-rd'- Merritt... .W 60 ft Lots 1 to 4. b!k 64, West King
Tract. .. .......... .. . 28 2
SIa'f)on & Jones. .L)ats 12 to 23, blk 44, West King Tract 28 2
,- ," berts........Lot 21, blk. 84, West King Tract .... 28 2
'n .x ,nfaord...... .Lts 7 and 8, b:k 28. West King Tract 28 2
:nk"- Sioun......... E 60 ft of E 60 ft of W 180 ft of N%
blk 117, West Kin Tract .. .... .. 21 9
V' Sn.ith ..........S1 blk 141, West King Tract.... .. 28 2
-.'herine Stokes... W SO ft of N 11S ) ft of NE%, blk
56, West King Tract .... .. .. .. 28 2
X'. I. Scott ........W% blk 168, West King Tract.... 28 2
A. B. Thompson .... Lots 16 and 17, blk 19, West King
Tract .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .... 28 2
f-s W. C, Vancil ..Lot 3, blk 22, West Wing Tract....... 28 2
T. C. Watson & Co..Lots 13, 14 and 15, blk. 106 West
King Tract ..... .. .. ......
. L. W!ggins.......Lot 11, blk 39, West King Tract.... 28 2
C. L. Wiggins.......E 90 ft Lots 6 to 10, blk 41, West King
Tract ...... .. ... .... ... 28
W. A. Wood........Lots 21 and 22, blk 97, West King
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 28 2
st. H. 8. Waters...Lot 15, Pettersen div., blk 22, Wet
King Tract .. .. .............. .
. K. Yonge, Trustee.Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, blk 64, West King
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..* .
. C. Yonge, No. 2..-NW% blk 98, West King Tract.... 2
Unknown ..........Lot 22, blk 11, West King Tract.... 2
nkown ..........Lot 20, blk 25, West King Tract.... 2 2
'nknown ..........Lot 18. blk 37, West King Tract .... 6S
nknown........... 50 ft of W 90 ft of NE%, blk ST,
West King Tract .. .. .. .. s
unknown ..........Lot 3, blk 93, West King Tract.... 2S 2
Urknown.........Fractional block 127, West King Tract 23
Wary O. Tate........Lts 9, 10, 13, 14 and 16, blk 30, Wm
Sing Tract .. .. .........

30 4 6I

30 4 Sa

30 9 0*

3* 7 9
30 8 O6
80 1 6I

30 2 5
9o 1 4
30 5 84

30 2 57
80 96

30 2 1

30 5 74
390 8 57

30 4 S2

30 7 99

30 1I1

30 428

80 1 41
30 11
80 78
10 91

30 1 56
80 Sf
of 366

fzrmm tbe
9uUN BW, l d Fruel ompa, y. !
Ofto;deras Chase sad Tarras-as. p~Iee I







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..... UUY U UYVW WV 0 I~

ft. K. WHITE,
Wartcho~ker. Mamnanst aring Ji#
It'd Gotdua't* Qwtfc~aM
SPalafoz Strfa-t. PeosacuLA. WU


W. S. Carf.ica. ard fani:.' are mov-
npg Inco the ;tiy fro;-. ti.eir summer
camp on he ;i:> tron:..
Mr. an(e Mr' Sti:x are the happy"
a parents of a iai',y be:. b-,on yeste-da.:
&ft rnool. a' 2.! i o o'k.

Prof. E O(L.
tpi'nt the pas- five
a! Mani-te-e, AA..
( via yesterday .

Chaffers. who has
wel, 'tiih fi: eni-l
r .urntil to Pensa-

Ofi'-,r Fred A.umphreys. who bas
twien ;I fir -i 'e ral da' -, r"lK' e t I >r
dui, 2zs-. night. Althh u.'.h not; -.tI;;r
I.- r.c,-er,' d h>t exi)ec' lo :e aU:e to
ai,.nd to i., dutie.- herean'er.
The work of *he r:;ty l'hs-!cian hay-
Ingl ble( i -nr,ra-ed l( 14 iii h an ox"enu
that it waa inm.,ossilh1 fr t one man 'to
attend to ,t : C.lz n .c'lini"'*e(
yev-i erd y am. : r.ze; t ':1'. Pa i..-1, ia.n
Pilrpost to a;pp'1:it an -:ain: Dr
Pierpont app<'.n:ed Dr E. i Bruce as
li ass.stannt

dIG f




Gainesville. Fla.. Sept. 22.-Another
deal of imort,- .han ordinary importance;


We Difer Fom th

We Dvk-Kiffr ronted

Mrst -egomylia on:.squiton

rbe 2(kandand all nlet

thin da r n-T u a b

Cur.C.rGoodman t. Geo. A W( arge



(For ,ri;.e aivii',tL.-ed a..u .; uid as
No change in Formula or Package.
The NAME o.iiy has beIun changed.
NADINOLA is a new discovery, guar-
anteed, and money will be refunded
i, every case where it fails to remove
freckles, pimples. liver spo:s, co'ar
discolora.;kins. -sallvnes-;. sun- alln.
blackhea.is, disfigurine eruptions, etc.,
.n 20 days. l aves th,, skiun e; ;:.
-oft, heaI;by, an;( re.str es the lea.it
)f yo'nh.
Sold in each ci:y by a'.] l'?ae.in-
'rugq,-ts or i)y nail. Price, 50c and
0:0 .00

Caryvilie, Sept. 22.-The election on
the court house question in Washing-
on county is ne-ar at hand, and the
voters are at present diviALdd on Chip-
"y Oind V-ernon. i he election hlas
,( :n ordered I by the county commis-,
The inducemnents offered by Vernon
retain the site are numerous, one
,f which is the new building, and al!
he paraphernalia loca:ed there. C'hip-
!Eky i-lands .: before the people wi:h
:a donation uffi'-.eint to attract a la
iote, besides its location ana' bliinesi
Lltready established. There is likl'ly
be an interesting canvass inasmniu(h
as ihe leading business men of both I
places are taking an active part in
this conte-t.
F. M. Snydor. former blacksmith for
Mh A Mill Cnipany at Caryville, alter
,! ab:,,uce <,f about three years is
u>ck a4ain. an'd is :ormniaa of the:
lacksn.i ; shop of the Geo. E. Ward
Li.inlI'r Co.
('nocaiawnathee river is quiti' low,
nnd little i >sirspc-t of a rise. however,
,Ih' big miii cJoniniiues to run on full
tliiie with p en y of logs by railroad.

in naval .-tores circles aas been con-
fi-ummated in this city, C. W. Chase
nainZ purchased from J. B. McDoua
a is immense naval stores intern,
.:s si:ea<-! a' Fairbanks, and embrace
rn, an are-a of s-vera: inousand acrec
of fine timbe.r, and twe,.y-three crops
in o(j)erat:on. Th:s i., on, of the ms i
exte-nsive and hae prov'el one of re P
nios- profitable ;urp ;he county. It wa, established aboi.t
five years ago by B. F. McCall, who,
afr: working the same a couple of
ye-ars,. sodi the property :o J. B. Mc'--
.Dona:d & Co. Mr. McDonald acqui>-
1i eventually the en;:re, business. and
Las been uiperaline ;t continually un-.
li: the tran-fer was made to Mr.
Mr. Chase, Th'h purchaser of this
firing. is pros.dent of the Dutton Phos
-..ate Company. who are among the
nio,;: ex' cn-e miners of n:gnl grade
p.,,pha',, rock in the Un!ited States.
li has a;ia-v been active in build
ing up thie c>nm7:merclal interests o.
this --ec'ion of tne Sta;e, and to hi-
ex'eli' nt business management i.'
iarg.ely due the magnificent success
of n:a' firm, Always .onservwtlve in
i business ideas and v.ews. he '.
r.,:arie as one of the saf-et dire'-
tors of large business affairs in the
Mr. McDonald could not be seen by

11 's "t U I.IUhI LThe St. Ardrews u v flas h Toll-
known \what his future plans will 1,- .lowin to sa active hen D i -
1 i. -a:, tto .av. however, that he w i. UiL ng o S lali,'e Z. 1T;c t "
oron b a, tivev engag d again. The ,Jo irnl a f-'w da- a ... A
I P NO tine of :be report it ", -v : :t
Municipal Court. I 1 i l h of b' T ii
Ten def ndants were before Re- an .named hl3ai eh nb *[,I t, .~: .1, a
curihr Lancy in the municipal court h ha is
t,4e-e;day Four were discharged mthe Buded for y.Lurner p :ct a d
on, ca-se continued and fins Impose ,. f nded Uer iruhier ,,:':i,.,. ,!,.L
Hpo.., tr e remainder amounimag to $7 (Continued from First Page) Dale., of the German Amirican i,,u:r
and costs. |her Company's piant.
n c 'A young man by thlie anae ,)f c'lhas.
S- C E iven proper atrenticn immediately. Hols. in tile employ ae I;t'.n
FRESH CREAM LOAF BREAD This has been exemplified in a number Am-ricanum-er Co'
DAILY AT WHITE'S RESTAURANT. of case during the present infection,i vikle wniie attempting to ru pla.e -t
OYSTER LOAVES A SPECIALTY. a notable one being that of Mr. Wulf-; belt which had slipped r;iira a rap:d;>
berg. the Norw-eian Vice-Consui. In, rt.%,lving wheel, o' Mon.day inl, w,,.
SIGHT Of MiA L D his case he was, ao,,ut the streets fof: ruck in the chest by the flying I
OSIUI V0 ITIOfUMANGLE several days a:ti n.6:ng to his business with such force that his cnest anr
aPd died the tdav fo)llow:ng the dis- lungs were crushed to a pul) and lie
ON C US D DUA I very of the fa-S ,hat he had yellow; died insantly. The Buo learns tr,
fever. In a niaj)rity of the cases of he was a most worthy oul!g mian a
yellow fever he ;aiti dp'% no',t think nephew of former -ui perltten!l .1t
Gainesvil., Sept. 22.-As the result he is seriously sI,,.i. an' there is where- ]a;ey of the Cerman A ieri an m ::
.i an explosion of a dynamite cap, Reu- in the danger .I'- The f ver in this plan:."

beu Anglin, the ten-year-old son of (ity is not of
Tanner Anglin. colored, lies painfully type and if
v.ouniej an i disg'tired for life. and given in every
,n the- samn home his morner, Vio;:t er manifests
Anzlin. is a corpse. would be even
"!he accidi nt occurred about 9 ent."
-'clck Friday morning. at the Anglin Compa
t ime. a!,~ou three miles west of the Dr. Byrd co-
,i:v. The t)oy in some manner be- iThat a f'eelii,c
S;nI-te p'-. "se.d of the dangerous ex- that ye;low fI.
Pi- sive. which has brought: so much caty of Pensac

a wart cularly virulent
p'oper at(fenilon were
ci ,'. nitrni,-:i.;ately fev-
i'se'l. tne niortaTl y
less than it is at pre-s-

arcd With 1332.
llr1cef I upon the fact
;> ,-;!i n ii -. e m i .
(' (i)e'd not '.xi. t i in :; "
* ,, a:id sa.i this was

..sorrow to ;he home. He was striking d-e to the fat a, Ih fever w:, !e, .ng
Miss E!h'.a Maclay. whot has been the cap wi'h a nai;, when it explod'fd (onc''iled. th ,i', tah. fa,: : I,
spending :, s';n,-. :1 N "\ IHamip vwth itrt:ife force mangling the lads during the ,pid, : of I's the .fever
hire| wiliri.litI. i-, 1 .1. .1 1i n .:ue .hf hand .-- had.y Tiha it became m e- cases avera eid 2;:. lt .' > I. r day after
.o resum. her dutii-s ini' o schools ssary Ito have the member amlpulat- the first month of intoc:ion whereaF
then :he, are op-!' ,! Sh-- was at'- 1
ms.-,d by :-. .:Traph .-,:day ~ Ial it Hut the sad4 i>-<; an.i most heartren-
.<,uid no: t>,-.ecess r'y or her to re- .,ering feat re o: the incident was the
:urn at this time. d(ath of ihe mo)iher. She was in the I
The work )f thae spraying gang. use. at:,nling to her regular do-
which Las been dis.nufec .ng residence I,,C(, du14.: ie. h'Aetn tihk e explosion oc-
p r:y and vacant tlo: within the .urrt-d in the yard. Rushing out to
cyity .mits since the lever was first; asterain the trouble. sc beheld her
discovered., has bee;: so successful that .or in his wo united eudi',cn. the blood GET THE BOOK
;(sterdav .Ma*\or Bli s ordered flv. l;-win free.v. Vith the utterance of. OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE.
more spra'int n ackh tes. which will Mv. God. my boy has been killed.'
* put intu ser,c as si()n as they she, swoonR.ed and fe!:. and in a w -
arrive. "o 'ments e pird.
An`rrn 4 on(- of the mos' industri- Why Go DOWH TOWn for
The fever situation hax offered an *,us colhor.- min in tne county. H,
exceptional oppor:;"nitiy or J.uliMs ;:.a. te.-n )or many ve'ars a faithful
Denitis :o d .!OIs'r::' .,i- ability al 1o"', poy-,s of H.n. \' H. Robet son,
a carica:ure ar-,s: aniAt h,' ha.- taken ( K:et::, trei-iur -. a.nd it was a Mr.
advantage o b iy b"y rod :. nig a large '.', -Irson' co:nitry home tha. the I

tiu:ber of card cartoons ;1 ,tsa:nent to
th<( situation w-.icli r,e :.ng sent out
of the c.t. in i.na- numn,-rs.
The board of hest'h, ot the city of
Pt-n-acola N :; h a L..* :i'::g oday
at 1 : ;ap.m.- for th. ,',.t-t!I of cont
side-ruing ,ni a ct:n: ,;l' ;i h alth con-
dli h ,;it. I. hl ,ar,! .'t .' i;.' ,ti.t take
<,ie a *I. :l -onne" O,:, i t".h :h
tie%& lu a ; -; :i." ". ..*. 'I be
a-- ;: :< ;::,. -: ,. -:pecta.
D It' t t "
Car:'-,. : ". 1 four yeat
i' : -at :n.'. ;a- f ;,:
in,: up;t'o a wan.lw .\ -h I fh. an".'.:
rc.e-.ie on : !i -' Fr;: a
raini:--. v -; a ash fe..
upor t r In a-. pa. :" .' '. i n
It o '('i na '- N .'- ; 'e h t Ok. -
an I thou i as -s
lM g g c-a' ',' s -
Fe b ', - --:

A stit' ..at-.**-* Va)lelll:'rl 4'1 nun'% x:'.-
rx A t W C- a'- hl--h ; i. Vi.l-;'1 'n
w ho .% -* r- -- :i.n. f-
*^ Ing a Ltx t -----t-
ed -' x .. x.i- x .'i x
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PT''en 1 '
Tales ee--s F.a-

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' :aed.\ occ;r'vJ.

The Eagle on the Dollar. A
The figure of the eatle on the dollars SAT
of 1l36. ISK:S and 1'.t are exact por-
traits of a famous American eagle.
"Peter. the, mint bIrd." he was called
by everylbo'y in Philadellhia, and dur- CO
i- : his life his fame was equally as i
creat as that of "Old Abe." the Wis-
>,-.nsin wi;r eagle. the latter being
r',:illy a spring chicken when compared FRES*
S:th Peter. Peter was the Pet of the gallon.
I'hiiadelpliia mint for mnny years. DOOLI
finallyy be was -auzrht In some coining per bush
n.a:elnerTry and had the life jerked out 12 Ibs.
,of has 1,v'ly in a j:ffy. The figure on cents.
tle e-'it- nanedl al-')veP s an exact GOOD
re',,rIne.io'. of a portrait taken of DAISY
P!,tr after he lha.l been *tufed and per poun
I.!..-'.! in a glass case In the mint ONE
cal.1 "(.t. 85 cents.

E;smarek and Earland.
A r, n;arkLable utltrance of Rismnrck
i< printed in the Paris ;aulois from All Ott
l!nm..e It w':s ran,'!. a-t t a dinner at lBeuedetti's

in lI.rlin. 'i 1 1'-,i;. at whhih Prince Na-
pl;eon a"wa prec-ert. from whom Olli-
vier got thIe story. In answer to a
remark made by the pri-wef. Bismarck
ex, lammed: '*They are alSway talking
of El:ngand. V'hat does England
anioulit to. anyway? A nation exists
only by the number of soldiers it c.ua
futrnish. How many soldiers has Eng-
I;.ni':i PeIr,.ps 7TIOt. or at most 1)0.-
Ori An,. y.,-v' IH-ilf a million. And
wev' At leas-t as ninny as you."

"But." sC id the la Iwyr. "your case
F'enem hlipeless. I don't see what I
c:t'n do fo- yTe You admit that you
tlat J our w: e."
*- yes." r, ; ,tVi the ,defendant. "but
n-T -* -t< -i::., :i : i <:ii-c.-'uit that.
S'h!'d never adnl.t that she was beat-

No Views.
Mrs. Gushingron I suppose., now
bthat you have been abroad. you havy
yonr own views of foreign life? Mrs.
Nf'wrich-No. we ain't got n-o views.
We didn't talke no camera; it's so comn-
. mon.





EY YAM =OTATO-^S, $1.00

HAMS, 12 cents per pound.
BRAND BACONS. 12 cents

ier Goods in Proportion.

We also carry a full line of Shoes.
20 per cent off on all
Shoes to-day.

East Hill Gro. Co.
Cor. Bayne and Gadsden Sts.,
PHONE 212.

Pensacola Dyeing, Clean-

ing and Pressing Club
t: ;he place to send your clothes to b.-
Dyed. Cleaned. Pressed or Re-pairr-.
They art, now in a p->s!:ion to han'll,
your work :inre effiien'vl t,.an ever.


Phone C 5.


I "' 11 North Palafox Street.






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Men's 25c and 39c Gauze and Bal-
briggan Shirts and Drawers, to
clean up at.. .. .. .. .. .. ..19c
Men's 50c Bleached Drill Drawers
to) clean up at ....... ....33c
Best 75c Papperl1 Bleached Drill
Draders, to clean up Saturday
at . . . . . . . ... . 45c
Men's Best 10c and 12Ac Seamless
,Socks in Black or Brown, to
clean up at... .. .. ... .. . 8
I.adies' 15,c White Swiss Ribb-ed
Vists. recentl-y marked down to
li ., to e; -an up Saturday at...71,.72c
;-'>: :6i-inch Londale Bieachlng..
or Goodnight Cambric, special
Saturday., 10 yards for.. .. ....87c

Come to

The Busy Store



Best 5o 36-inch Cheese Cloth to go
at........ .. .. .... .. .. 3c
Best 50c Bleached Sheets to go at 45a
Best 69c Bleached -xtri quality
Sheets, now at............ WO
14c Bleached Pilow Cases for.. ."o
Best 25c Table OF Cloths, 46
inches wide for... .. .... .. .1
Iron Frame Mosquito Net It 8
yard pieces, special per piece..468
$L25 Mosquito Bars now.. .. ....980
$1.75 Extra largo Mosquito Barsn,
complete with cord and pulley,
now -oing at.. .. .. .. .. ...IA5
500 pairs of Boys' and G4rls' ertmB
stout 15c Ribbe:l ast Blaok
School Hose, special Sturlta,.
per pair........ .... ...... t





The family of Frlwar,, Wilday. .., CONFEDERATES IS CONSIDERED
y ,oi.ng O()ri a.'ian, v h.) ,' ,..s .-t -i >- ;: '-
ani engine, Ir on thle .t ,nshipi }P.:i- IMPRACTICAL, AND IT WILL GO
ic, ,-. (' the cmast of ;orid:,. Atna.
S7.1ve .oen up all i ofpe .o~ rin'iAg! OVER UNTIL NEXT YEAR.
,:; alive, sa ys tie New Oi'rlan;
Tin'.;-s-Deniocat. Al' ho1g0 h t: e'

Kn:ghts o! Pythias of Florida have' Mon-',nery, Ala.. 'Sept. 22.----rhO
i3made every efl'ort to liod -onio F:i((e reunion ,ni tIhe Alabama di' i:ion, Uni-,
of the, youin. engineer their learclis 4 2' Con;iederate V' ti:ns, to have been
have me: \v;wh lio suci '(>s. Mr. \\;:- -held October 25 and 26, will be call
(L.-, \.ai a pro) d;!::, :i; i t',lnmber of e. off. A postp,'n'me.pnt was asked
V. .-s ins;on li,!--., -K i '0.! s of f'yth'.i- >;t this w 'ttl.d throw it so far into the
ais, of ia wLeO:"ir T. ;;:'* lIa 'h n,i:' :\ nter mo.I .ths that it wou;l, necessar-
S!-W rs anr( of tie M.i;rine Engine r- iNy have tIo go over to spring, which
in. Agsociatlonl. vx-uld interfere with the general re-
M. W :.Wi.day was forn Qrl- seconI as- nion slated for New Orleans in the
s'l-ant e ginet of ( i > lnin Fr'!t -A::rly spring.
C('o,-ipany'tt' .-tilounilip ,' -ly, awl, The inmater was discussed today by
v. in thet 'boat \v.l l i :M o: .ilK W ini-s- C n. Gt,.)rze P. Harrison. commander
-.:;: in Ne-.v Y,)',< U, -. ':,i A i ti ': !-. i tI : i .ion. and Adjutant General
Pl.,.onic. ind Chie, ,: Stfft Ilarvie Jones, who
Thie .-, is .-upp,.- i to have ihe( -: ..'; (-n, :'rail Harrisrin bere by engage-i
a ht i; a gaie vwh '' o itS, s ay I :! n -ti Tw ay. C(an:p Iz),ert .1. Jones of
l ..ia ; ,tia tLo Ne. (;- : tins wi:' L huni ti 'x had a ked G- neral Harri-
C.i'izo of coal. ,-IHerin' t i a ,' :orn,. ;!, t ;o -'''ne the meeting, hut ht
e 'C-intlers cou.-::in. r u i;rnt ,l jo the fwat-' l- elix\ i-: t' o it ) itpone wiil be in.-'
fron N w Y% ";'k y,.-' : ,- .v:; tihe in- ;,ia'n ical andl thinks it best to cal the'
nima' ion that .lat.a . ,: of Jame.- :r ; : e ..,z o. il'.0 tather.
Elvell Compan:.. .-h;p aa.nts. returne-dI The tcon''i i-,'n ha- b'-'in reached on
from the cas o()f F,:i a to Niev a n'-crunt of the unrm-: inci.ient to the
Ywrk andil ;al ,ixWun up) h ope of find- y< i ow feWer situation. It is regarde.l
I ii.: ..a: ;ra Ni he \ or an It :s impnm'ossiie, t) ge.t out anything like
t tih i.-si. crew. a full! crowd an' lhthere is no use. the
Tile q1a1tt:';eli' 'a-'" ],iolo t',. ot ,.fa ('-''-, a' .k, ill tr.ing to hi-il the
tl-, v e-sQ.- 1 wv o ",ru :;st;.'- f d at F,.r at' ne ;i:!!* -,-n in ci, !' "i i-,s are s.o much I
: n.ti dlia. Fla.. sh iior:v ,':-.-r tt:e n."w' ain.:- ;. I n'tt vill- i- o far nortr
( tL' a t:i:- : .; term- va.- i. -t, i, a;.- x; ', x t .y ."iii h af;''tr A UitI'- would ie.,
S"een r ftiii pr : as n' i.: cold al i. as ; :it i ioi ). :
c''told bS .l'li.\e' ;a ;.,:i ". themii. tIl.; (i "f "' it in *i s ,:iti .
SF ,:'di\i W ii ia .- \ i:, l n of M '.! At I >' ::; .' ,re 112-' am:nps on
an .1 Mri .Joh V; W .I : pi'mn ';.. ti- and '1he 1' n in the s
. n of '' T 'ir i- i: t !; of ct t "'>: . saxq '):ie: .( ,n s.
C 1* ,, I .' i L !;i- j);pa;- n;:, '. ( I-It ; .'.- s sai. an ,.h i-iea: ,or er;.
I ''' . ii ax\ :;;ae. Vr. il woli :e i.ied in a teow d rvs an-
.:3. y- x .'# yxi ar o)i t. lI'.-1 t ,L i.o- I : ;uncittg ithll aban.'mnment of the Ps -
*;r'' 5 11. 'h s \i..ay, i i 1 foi ur lr I ;-W ;E'. !,( r will .,1- a chan.i'e in pr.gramm e
- which do. n.a: now- s-em ar all likely.
Low rates a. South '-n Hotel f7r
roonts ani botaid. Dan Patch Paced Mile in 2:01.
-- AInt'.eown. Pa., Sept. 22.-Dan Patch
t.In af: r n t WiT 'i.l , "' I -- "v', r'"ri n. wen; a m ile in
n umbl r of a-,- ha n. 0 ,'. -;. :,!w. .a;K;ing wxor!.l' pacing record for
The Detentio'- C-io. :t halfani:, ta. Tim by quarters -
Si i 1 2. o 11 :3 A. and 0:3.0 1-2. An e
N.) ai', ic.. h t:'- : ,' ..'.. ,xv re-
-:ri,- : i ;" us.i.... -r hater ,a. Pa -11 went a mile to 1
V .roa-i \a:on; in 2:-.3. a

' i. 1,1,11 ca I I 'i".
tn:e xv. h. n it x a-
:1 s. :!" a7 .
ThI :-- a0 ', a .
a *- :, s ;.re2) -- ,"- .
: t-s;': ,i .x iin r-
a:1 *a aa -

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.1 a''.Ie -
- -fl:- tm~ -~' -
dl. a' 1:1-
t .0 tUSI. -
A ') th.- ~ laIx
-vast iI'-.~a ti

'. he -, aa'' t." .1' at (; :'.; m an 1'
. :sxi i t ,lay !-. e if he
C!, c .).t I n i r ;' ..; I t'-ion on Th",

e ,i :.-w a: ti x- is ant
v I':1 I.-" real'i- ) fltit.. ,ich ca-'< -
"ht.. o.v,- 'zoi,- u ;a,' tr..
Qta:antine Agatost Oanges.
A ro hr a'nwisiin stN'rte in1 c'-nnec-
.n ,:o i ',v;h -t., fe, ,n r -i ua 'in is the
O .- tha the state o: Ar.arki-as ha.-
1i.tranr.i;- ,i a ain -zate of Forida. Cis mn tl e wi!l. an t
v ooly w,-st the peo,)'le hav,' evilent!y
Zost sight of the ta't -hat )range-s *V
not =r.iv- wi'-in several: hun:'red mil-
t; the inf'c'a.-I poar:in ot the s'a. .
t g:: 'r a p?.n;kvy fee!'n e- ry tirm-
, the ord Friuida is menti.onid. .

Bequests to Elks.

i}'::;t I e ;hia:. s- pD. ':.- Among tne
: ,, hI" the lae, Herman Siebling.
-. < n- a wxea'. : p:inte( r of ti'.v
,-. i- er- of 3$.,.'i0o to the Phil,-
,a, ..ia )ls1: No. 2. B. P. O. E., Mr.
S rz al~-) leP $- 1 s -lt to he Eli,.-"




The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature

Many deep tucks are the smart fea- line is deftly pleated In beneath this
ture of this design, which is develop- tucks so that it is not risible on the
-d in one of the round-thread Irish outer side. The fronts have deep
inens, a pale green being used, andI tcks occupying the entire shoulder
dainty touch of contrast afforded iu seam, a little fancy stitching run along
he ule of a white pointe coupe em- the edge of each for trimming effcc..
roidery. This is posed flat on the The sleeve is a 'ull pattern, narrow-
ront box plait, and forms the collaring from the elbow to the wrs'., where
nd cuffs likewise. The back Is ar- the pointed coupe cuff fa-stens over
angea, with two tucks either side of with an embroidered button. A black
.ie centre, these following bretelleo velvet ribbon drawn through a gilt
nes, and the fullness at the waist, buckle forms the belr.

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n :;nai Home at Bedford, Va. UNIVERSITY OF THE na Mechanics. No Latin or Greek 1o
STAT F FLOID equred in l. o(r IV. The full cours
---- STATE OF FLORI under 11., III. ad IV. lead to the 4d
M E1Dmbracing the following subjects: gree of Bachelor- of Science; the shart
I. Language and Literature-4 four. aourses to a Certificate of Profclenoy.
"THINKING year course leading to the degree ofi V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course
FOODL" Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not 're- t be begua in September 1906.
Eat quired, but is offered as an elective V:. Norma:-Three courses for
throughout the course. teachers- A one-year course leading to
SNt II. General Science-Divided lnto] a certificate, A three-yea: course lea&4
a pe-S N t three courses; 1. Chemical course: ing to an L. I Diploma; A four-year
Mathematical course; Natural History course leading to the degree of Backw
for course. No G-fek and only entrance 'cr of P-dagogy.
Latin is required in these courses. All An ampl: corps of competent teaclb
Brains f. -ur-year coUrf ern. A high curriculim-Expenses 1i
rr 0 i. Agrkiculture---Four-year and two. including board. $120 to $10 per yes
ACl I year courses. Fall term opens September 27, 190#
S.,i ....IV. Engaieer:mg-Four-year course Sena for Catalogue.
a pon Mechanical, Cvil and Electr.ical -ANDREW SLEDD, T PresHint
!L:Engineer alo L two-year co-rse Lake City, Florida.

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of every description.


SUTILITY Tha Influence of
R- l REME The European Concert
-i_ W.- T ; -Locomotives are not made be- b y Presidet JAMES .IL ANGELL. University of Michigan
W 1 cause they are wonderful-but 11
LIMecause they are wonderful--abut Abecause! AS the influence of the concert of powers of Europe been
,, THEY A" USTM! ben fent Has its existence been a good fortune to Eu.
SfTelephones are not so plenti- *
ful because they are marvels b c rope 9 On the whole, yes. It has tended to keep before the
t E THAEY AA R USEFUL: !! nations the broad view of the peace and welfare of Europe
"mt.- You don't own a typewriter as an end more desirable than the triumph OF ANY ONE STATE.
9AK .. MATMJ, K Pmage k nma I m Ma !.; or a watch or a dictionary or a
Slawn mower or a safety razor I f it has sometimes cramped the autonomy and liberty of a small state,
'.E Abecause they are pretty or mod- ion the other hand it has often prevented the ABSORPTION of the
I E ASaOCMATrB rS ern or customary- *
I_ but because V mnall state by some greedy and tyrannical neighbor. Greece, ham-
IO RATTHEY AR UEPL ME! CI pered in the aspirations of her restless and excitable people, is more
-AND UTILITY TIPS THE ; prosperous and happy than she would be under the Turkish rule, from
S?5 M ..t .f $ g i a .B SCALES WHEN MERE BEAU- which the concert delivered her AND NOW PROTECTS HER.
TSIR as ouj Ws ek.....-... -- s. T OR NOVELTY ARE THE fe*
te mamas *... ..... la wek1 ia"M W. 1 COUNTER-WEImHTS. Belgium, relatively insignificant, but neutralized, is far more fortu-
I.pws at 1 new m,,e WANT ADVERTISING *'
ers le at important tO ou-not b'a- *- nate than she was as the cockpit of Europe. Perhaps the greatest fail-
TO MWILOY PMCO~LAA Ping"cause it is one of the "interest- re of the concert is in the Ottoman empire and the Balkan states.
TME ONLY PI[ A A NIrWlPAPER PROM WHICgH A DErTAIl1.0 ing" things of modern life, but
IRCUL.ATION TATiEMENT CAN t SECURED. because, tested and measured ^ But it mustbe admitted that the problem there is one of extreme diffi-
1 and weighed in any way whatsO ealty, with all the defects and all the abuses which can be charged up
0101-" 110 meU N ON w->a n t S .tre IT IS US17 'UL TO YOU! against the concert.
am W L X_ It is as practicable as a street So gnal, indeed,
,c________..- ear-as easy to use as an um- So signal, indeed, have been its benefit that the distinguished
SKNbrella-it is a part of the MA- 1 French statesman and author Hanotaux said in a speech to the French
SETM R CHINYGS in your office and store chamber that the concert is "the only tribunal and the only authority
r THINGS in your office and store -
,-jt*.^' -- 4MM investigation has bromzht out. Mr. and home-acting at once as -! to which all can and should bow."
SBran said: "If Prsr(,ident McCall salesman, buyer, detective.
,_. --- ^had paid the money out of his ow USES FOR WANT ADVERTIS-
-.- Tae Penacola Journal is on f pocket. initcad of taking it from wid- ING AS FOR YOUR TYPE- TRAN SM ISSION OF
s- sale at the following places in ows and orphans, he might have more; WRITER, YOUR RAZOR,
'- tbp city: asons to boast. If his judgment on iP YOUR UMBRELLA, YOUR YELL 0 FE VET AN D
S SBay Hotel. the silver question was no better than STREET CARl AN D
Come's Book StmS e.
Depot News Stand. his judgment on the use of trust i
S Gem Book Store. funds., 1 would dispute his a.i-1 IO W TO N URSE IT
.F Merchants Hotel. thority. His opinion of free silver
' Tihemprn Hotel. o.was probably founded upon the opin-I At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,
Thompeon's Book tw*. .-I
S Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. ion of some financier and not upon "NO CONCEALMENT" Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibill-
. Wagenheim's News Stand. any actual knowledge of the subject.! AND "PUBLICITY" ? ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
16 Walker's Book Store. His understanding of 16 to 1 seems toa -- of yellow fever patients, in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge cf
Sbe that directors get 16 dollars to 1 Tampa Herald. the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
'--dollar given policy holders." A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever
dl g#ienpolicyt holr." prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease,
NO Alarm Felt Ovhr Governor Vardaman recently wrote which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub-

a letter to the Memphis officer of tbe "No concealment" and "publicity" lashed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows:
F Situation.quitable ife Assurance Society re- are the slogans along the line in the ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE.
I Gulf states, being brought to the
The increase in the number offusing to pay a premium due on a pol- front by the present visitation of yel- 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease
fe,-er cases in PenFacola is not re- icy In this letter the governor said.1 low fever, which is scattered from which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
c:arded with any manifestations of ".1 shall not pay this premium, but New Orleans to Pensacola. The Pen- agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg-
aiurm by anyone. Our people are dis- rather think that I shall permit the sacola Journal discusses the matter omyia Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New
-poin:.-d of course that the fever is policy to forfeit and become void. I approvingly. Orleans, and nla fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
-unnn, lonerotrse tha they hoed it do not care to contribute any more to iThe Herald heartily coincides with 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood
-'unnitig longer than they holed It do not care to contribute any more toI its Pensacola contemporary and de- of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after-
v ou;d. but i: cannot be said that aTfy- the gayety of that crowd of robbers, sires to again fully endorse the policy wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the
cne is surprised. because the inlte- thieves and marauders who seem to "No concealment" and "publicity. importance of recording the very hour when tha ttaci, first b,,oan

tion which has been developing lur- irfest the Equitable in New York.' The herald has, by its course, al-
i ready established a precedent along
ing th past three days simply prove BAREFOOT TRAIL. this line and has stamped itself as a
th( correncness of the mosquito tireo- Cut of the dear front gate it ran, champion of honest dealing with the
rv and 'oincides with the predictions into the sun and dew and tan; public.
made Iyv th ysic^iars who ha,- Traversed the dusty. peac,-Iul street, The Herald can point to no more
l.e,. wb .t Ss rat:iyin to no that he tossedd mhe pasture. with clover lush; this publicity on the part of a case of
s raifyin to'I no that he pb- Entered th copse, where thrilled the fever in West Tampa. When Statc
,l:r gen'r.al',y i now assuming a rnnor thrush; Health Officer Porter had fully deter-
.-'le frame (,f mind and that busI Rambled. loitered ana' played-and mined the nature of the disease iie
I o a uthemat once commenced to prepare an offi-
re's conditions are adjusting them-i homec dal statement for the public, which
:vc.'- :o the situation. People ate Tw'-rn to mother and home again wa. in a somewhat anxious state,
finding ou. that there is nothing more' -trt and pasture and hill and vale- owing to the stress of suspense. The
in yellw f *r to be frightened about Such was the course of the Barefoot official statement was completed a few
than three is in any one of a score of; Trail: moments after 2 p. o t which sehourv
diseases that they have .round te Pusngand veering for this and that-- the Herald's first edition is served,
at all times, ut that on the cn- Now for a game of oneold-cat, but which was on this occasion held
atNo all w for a rollicking butterflyy, back. In half an hour after the state-
traryv the: can protlct themselves Now for a nest hung just too high, meant was completed it was printed in
from the fover by taking th" proper Now for a drookside haunt-and then full in the Herald's first edition, and
prcca:unlons, which is more than can Pack to mother and home again. had not only covered Tampa ,but was
o n its way by mail all over South
i,. done with many of the o:hor forms Ner a Mn for this trail too hot, Fo.orida before it was ever given to
(l di.(ease. 'Never a cook that knew it not, the public in Tampa by any other
Many P' nsacoilans wt.o had ten Twisting and turning from scene tc paper.
The boldness with which the state
away for the summer are returning scene, e -old and lth officer gave out the facts
I,,re and. were ;I no: for the quaran- It checkeren the realm of the gold and heath officer kngave out the facts
renand the quickness with which tie
i wh ch r. r;t tirade andtravel sner-cmiricr bovhod, slim: Herald placed the full statement In
Should t g unl conditions sportwhistl and tattered brim: the hands of the public actually thrcw
Tcsumed their o'd time appearance Province-to beckon afar. and then a wet blanket upon the spark of ex-
and acivty. To lead to mother and home again, citement which was beiag fanned by
I tne suspense of the morning.
On( f,-aure of the situation withMa secret and man a talc. The general public eagerly seized
wh:ch the public is particularly ur who followed the Harefoot Trail. the statement. read it and then quiet-
rp.asrd is the fa(t tha' the health \Wonder v,-itnessed and marvels heard; ly went about its business. The here-
ofhiia.'. :, nau m r:nn the begin- Kinship of squirrel and hare and bir'. tofore inevitable panic did not ma-
.min terialize and "no concealment" and
r.iun t* '.p: a-.,, pu 1 r ports of ai- The shortest route to the swimming terialize and city" woncealment an
-' a hoele. quick "publicity" won the day.
S" *: N ,'almet and Th flnn.y s] of the saying P)le.
I : I".' : the "a' atchword -.h C:oro-f,-n triumphs and joys-and then DRIVING BEHIND OXEN

S. i 'h i a.,d i-h The 1Bc't!') the "ro'her an:I hom, again. -
. :mna :.: tha:. more than an thing --Saturday lEv>ning Post.

V..-k I : : 4!nrc c,'ntilvrnce in tho

!, ': i is now b<.:rg waged for TheJ douWa Pinted Our-
r--- ,, nf th&

On, rkas- n wh. There is such a
ItC.I .,an ,n 4 1 -ac la is the appar-'
f if '" i.. ,: ::i ate board
e S :'' (o e:,"'-e:- thl n-ws -o the
S- f '. ti'ins in that city
f":: ( : ii. ]:tn the nev.wspa-
S ; '' i 'wspaper corres
; ' :hir reports of thel
S : News.
t f ':: ii ion our Alabama con-
it k' > : .: i ssibhy hase for this
*- 'i 'din' c..a the Flo-i la
S, ;:' S ;"' e are a: a
:an,!. From the
S :a t t-.at fever was dis-
co', : n'- i n o a.o 3 t)Ie oMffcia' r'
TW- t 11 f Slllvi-Tr iTl h^ *R lw

Ing August, 1905, a
Total of


or an average

41, 71(

Balloek Travellang In India l Both
Common san Comfortable.
"Nowhere else in the world," says
Dr. Francis E. Clark in Everybody's
Magazine, "is bullock traveling so com-
fortable and so common, probably, as
in some pants of India. The bandy is
often fitted up In very comfortable
style, and. though the springs might be
improved the comparatively slow pace
of the oxen makes them less important
to one's comfort.
"The patient little white oxen trot
along at a rate of three or four miles
an hour. and especially If it is the even-
ing and the refulgent Indian moon is
shining down upon you, if the night-
ingales are singing and the fragrant
jasmine is blooming in the hedgerows,
you think ink that India is not so tar re-
moved from paradise after all.
"But, after a night of such travel,

l',' :'I .n T- I rna an S:at The following figure' show The Pen. when you come out In the broad light
a n na asacoa Jourral's circulation for each of disillusioning day upon a collection
Ii all: O-fnco0 P., ,'r h a ran',mp:y da- durir.g the month of August, 1905. of filthy mud cabins and see the naked
Sanuic, has been poa- e ;o ;,ca' Thcre dally: gaunt specters of men and women
hals te:. co, .ment rven of an August 4.3 August 16 4,800 munching the uncooked grain dealt
assp I-i: ,ali'n r ;a lecfn" August 2 4.400 August 17 4.800 out to them by generous hands--in too
so. .ute : a,'' ,a ha e August 3 4.335 August 18 4,800 much of a hurry even to cook the food
obc ".c :. -. .' :, (. h, r-. August 4 4.400 August 19 4500 which they crave-you revise youropin-
lic an :' c ...: frm I!- Br-v- August 5 4.350 August 20 ,0 on and make up your mind that India.
ton Nws : e fir. a' of 'he kyni August 7 ..... August 22. 41In famine time, is nearer the inferno
tb: we ha' "n d anywh,-re -v!- August 8 4,500 August 23 4,800 than any other country In the world."
der '.y sn, o. hp bi.on n:srTr _- August 9 4,500 August 24 4,650 .
seOtati.c tI,.. s nationn to the Brew. August 10 4.500 August 25 4,800 Bororble *erssam.
tove pap, August 11 4.625 August 26 400 One of the Resolution's umers was
August 12 4.625 August. 27 5200
he August 1 5,000 August 2 20 standing by his gun as the ship
The 7 o:! .Mntxomery Arer August 14 .... August ... sheered abreast of De Grasse's fnag-
tiser i ?ti:l finlrr fault wiTh Mr.; August 15 4,600 August 30 4,800 ship. Te gunner was all r jJust
Bryan. The la:tr. however. will now, August 31 Sj0 going to fire, whe a shot came in at
be ou- of the c ur. :y for a year 'r1 Total for the month... 127,335 the pert and took his leg off at the
more crI rrantma .oug (o be re- Average per day.. ...... 4,71g knee. As quick as thought the man
S. o.f s be r- I hereby certify that the above state. pulled off his neekeloth and tied his
eved of that source o worry. mnt is correct according to the roe leg above the stamp- The w ext iastant
ords on file in this oMCe. he selsed his s off limb and
Wm. J. Bryan's hot hand-out tr F,7rD A. SWUT. thrust It into the muzzle o the
Present all of e New YorkCirculation Mgr. which went off two seconds late '.131y
Life is one of the warmest comment Sw .-n to and subscribed before me foot." shouted the man i -Tx ntly. i
that has yet ben made on the stan- this 31st day of August, 0the first to bard the Vlle de Paris."-
J. Pelation. hich the insurance Notary Public. r
litions which the Notary Public.

3. The mosquito (Stegomyla Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis-
ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed
afte: biting the yellow fever patient. Thii period of incubation in the mos-
quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the
body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900,
that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months,
to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season.
4. After Incubating the yellow fever germ in Its body during the perIo.1
above specifled, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the
entire period of its natural life. which may extend over 154 days, provided the
insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another
.101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasciata in Havana
can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says
Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-
omyta must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or
seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiansa
that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, lik,
Anopheles, Within three to five days after.]
5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bWte
of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop it
the human subject. (This is the Incubation period of yellow fever, and the
United States Army Yellow 'Fever Commission found that In thirteen cas-cs
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyia Fasciata bite-
a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation
-period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a susceptible person at the expirn-
ton of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to, manifest it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore, ineatimating the probable spread of
yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ-.
ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the '!es-
truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite al
susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirt3 i
days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the
present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case!
after its first appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
that the poison is incubating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma.,-
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (I. e. articles
or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their immediate surroundings.) Heuce the disinfection of clothing, bedding
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sick. is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days ot
the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in.
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.

Duties of the Trained Nurse.


1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,
earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way
2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient s'ie
must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar-
dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct-
ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever In infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of
the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is aa
non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of
the patient, (especially it these are not immunes) largely, if not entirely,
3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever
patient is Innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible
non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access ot
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there-
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well In the sick
room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
during the frst three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
6. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a
patent. suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow*
fever, who is confldea to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito.
even it the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoying
and harmful even if not infective to the patient, and it must be looked upon
as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever arse unless she

has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science an-
experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected patients and
those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
from the infected.
7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
handle In protecting her patients are:
(A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in HisI ed,
1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
passage of mosquitoes.
2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
patient's body is in contract with the netting.
3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no torn
places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging inside.
The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from
5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed 1i-
side, not merely driven or shaken out.
6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physician;
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par-
ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially In infants and
chilJren in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man-
ifests itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that it t4
likely to escape recognition. On account of the very milaness of the symr-
toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
I,-pread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cases are,
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
(B) Screens.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside
j f hospitals, wire screens are net usually available and provisional screens
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
secured to the openings of the sick room.
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder) to destroy
possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
Suiphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way. and if used in proper quantity
will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room is s;iM-
cient if the room be closed: more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,000
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and one pound of
insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupffy the mosquitoes. The
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
ours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. t'ni
fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
The fumigation should be done in the morning. so that the room will be
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the one
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared fer
the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disin-
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as screening.
is now conducted by the Health Authroittes, immediately after notification hy
the attending physician. But In isolated localities or when delay In obtain-
ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health
Authorities in charge of sanitation In New Orleans during the present
Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver and gilt
from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic nature.
which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objects tightly
with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thor-
oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all
openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows and

Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
them with a paste made of flour.
The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, fiat skillet preferred, and
this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about
an Inch of water In the bottom. This is a precaution which mnat be taken to
guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set re to
the house.
The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over It and Ughtliag it.
The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
and well ventilated.
NO~'E-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 600.
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and you
will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.




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to Cmeit

Anate Storey, who al
months ago, created a sensa
tempting suicide by sbooti
in the breast with a revol
home of her father at liti
subsequently giving birth t
a full account of which &a
The Journal at that time.
tempted self destruction a
Ladies' Home on Davis st
Lloyd last night, by swa
quantity of carbolic acid.
dote was immediately ad
and physicians summoned,
they arrived the patient wi
a comttion that but slight
given of her recovery.
Every since the first atte!
cide the young woman 'as
despondent frame of mind
ing the past three week
which she has been arn inm
home. has had to 1e- constant
ed. During that period it i
made two a*'enpsr- to k;
which were only frustrated
silence of those in charge






prate and Probaby Successful Attempt
Suicide at Old Ladies Home
Eary Last Night

bout two learn if he had 'been seen. To one of
ition by at- the gentlemen of whom she inquired;
ing ncrself she stated, in answer to a query as to:
ver at the her reason for asking about aor
tie bayou, father, that she was afraid he would
to a child, try to see her and that she did not'
appeared in want to meet him. Upon being fur--
again at- their questioned she said:
kt the Old "Never mind my reasons; you'll'
street, near know and understand all about it be
allowing a *ore long.-
An anti- A few minutes after the telephone
ministered message was transmitted a call wasi
but whe-i sert for a physician and the informa-f
as in such tion given that the woman had take-i
hope was a large dose of carbolic acid.
In Awful Agony.
apt at Pul- Physicians who went to the Home .
been in a at once found the patient experienc-1
and, dori- in the most excruciating pain. The
is. during insJide of her mouth and throat was;
late of the hr''. 'urnc.i by the acid and stiei
!y; wat- ~,,oo. lapsod !nto a state of uncon-
s said ho, ciousnes!. Restoratives were admiu- c
1 hrh s'- r(i and an:-i, es gi\en, under t.et
hy the v- eff,: of which she rallied, only .,;

e t rl,

Dreaded Her Father.
About 6 o'clock last night tIh
-woman. wh" seems to have a dreau
of met-'ine hfr fa:h'r. evid'nt.y be-
came possessel of the idea that h%
-was in the. city and t,'lephonod to scv-
, -al places in the business district to

SWain il iIIi ltilittl ifittllt ithl l fiicll ull






Smoke and Be




C) O" AF Et




SCause of ineor.nia. Bend, Kan. "I ued one bottle
Indigestion nearly always disturb- of HMlins Wizard Oil, and have
i the sX'ep more or !ess and is oftet Rnot had a headha aesiCe."
the cause of insomnia. Many case-,
ta'e beon permanently cured by; And 0. Dieckman, of 193 Rend-
Chamber:ain's Stomach and Liver rickS St., Detroit, Mich., writer:
Tabiets rfor sale by all druggists. "I1 have always found relief from
NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS earache by usinb amlins Wi'-
ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK Sad OIL" Price 5Oc and $1.00
DAY. !Sold and recorded by

Lewis Bear :

Agents* .
B PWItit I fill tililllt 11illlKH4I irt-d u

leg to b. killed to end her suffering.
A: fi"'-> -he refused to take the niedi-
Sin- p;'t oarud for her and made sig-.i-
to indicate that she wanted to tdie.
S!.e wa. finally prevailed upon to takt
;';t ii ,'i.,-i oGTered and then ralli-I]
sufici(':.:y ,to ;sk thai an acquaint-
ance 1p -eent for, evidently under the
iujpres'-ion that death was near at
hand. When this acquaintance ar-
ri\ ,.! she .egzed him to blow her
'-i, ,ns. so -inr that she was tired of
life and wanted to die.
Carefully Pianned.

election of other special tax bills.
Sec. 4. That nothing herein shall
be contmrued as applying to any un-
improved ot, or parcel of land, or
public way not within the limits
bounded as follows: on the North by
Go;;zalez Street, on the South by
Hickory Street. on the East by Tenth
Avenue. and on the West by Olivia
bec. 5. That any person convict-
Pd in h lthn Pti-P C.)iirt f\ i l tir

That the attempt at suicide was '-' i AC. I u ,L' .. ..U.,.,,
note which was found lying upon a section two (2) of this ordinance
t:b:e in the rr.om which -he occupied. shall be punished by ,; fine not ex
The note stated that the writer wouic "ed'ng one hundred dollars, orby m-
It.e dead when it was found; that sh-. pnsonment not exeeding (60) dava,
appreciated the many kindnesses orv th ch fine and impris-
that had been shown her while at the men lu the discretion of the Re-
]Honme but did not wart to be the corner.
cause of any more ttoubl. She asked Se.e 6. That thib ordinance shall
tha; her two months uld baby be take effect immediately.
taken care of and not rent to an or ---
phan asylum or turned over to any
of her relatives. The n,'te also state I
t'.at she was ini her rizht mind and
that she 4:d not want to be thought
trazy, an(: also said that her father c h s
:was respcncible for all of her
An effort was made to accertain if Df any kind, headache, toothache,
h(-r father was really iL the city, but earache, stomachache, backache,
if so he cou:d not be located. It is ideche, and all simil nerve dis-
said that he left the cit c coon after the _n st
attempted suicide at IAttle Bayou and riders, are instantly soothed, and
has not i.,-n seen her. since. None quickly relieved and cured, by
of the other relatives of the young that most dependable of all medi-
woman cu;li be located. wins for the relief of paint
At an early hour thi. morning the
unfortunate young woman was still
Plive. a,.hough but s!igh! hepes are HAMLINS
entiTi.(,,a.ned of be: recovery. Hw ,INSl=
Lumber Fire In Texas.
Beaumoint. tx.. Stc'. 22.-A ape-
cial to *hc Ente-prise from Bronson.
Tex.. seventy miles north of here, 0A1A A R D AMOA V JL
a.ays: "The entire plant of the Kirbvy
Lumber Company was totally destory-
t-i by fre a: t o'clock !ast eveniLg If You have ever experienced
One hundred n,'n are thrown out or its gentle, quieting influence, on
work. Loss. O$1O.o.o" ain aching, throbbing head, tooth,
.. or other nerve, you will never be
A New Citizen Arrives. WithoIt it in the ho0se.
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Geraids are th,' th ho
patents of a fine boy 'ho arrived at "I had been subject to sick
r L.-r home shortly. after two o'clock headache for over 5 year," write
this morning. T v .-
"" IAre A M Rnhrfo of rp*t

Low rates at Southern Hotel forl
roomn and board. I

Pensacoa, Fla.
Phone 110, Night Phone 440.

The ordinance providing for the use
of scales by peddlers of ice, which
'vas introduced at the last regular
meeting was read the second time and
referred to the ordinance and engross-
ing committee. It will probably be
taken up for final passage at the next
regular meeting of the council.
A communication from Mayor Blls?
was read ceiling the attention of the
council to the fact, although the bond
trustees had been elected for over
two months, they had not qualified ac-
cording to law. The council passed a
resolution requesting the clerk to com-
rrunicate with the trustees and find
out when they would be ready to
The council adjourned to meet at
11:45 o'clock this morning In special
session, when the two health ordi-
nances above will be taken up anad

The Word *Prate.*
"Pirate" is a Greek word coming
directly from "peirates," which means,
etymologlcally. "one who tries" or "at-
tempts"-in other words, an adven-
turer. "Adventurer." too, is a word
that has lost respectability, but not so
far as "pirate," which acquired its
special sense at least 2,000 years ago.
"Peirates" and the Latin "pirata" are
known only in this sense. Cicero de,
fines the pirate as the common enemy
of all.
The Manner In Which Many Ditse-
trous RBlaes Origtsate.
Dust is a wonderful producer of fires.
There have been instances in post-
offices where the dust of the ,nail bags
suspended in the rear of a close room
exploded with terrific force. Dust ex-
plosions are of frequent occurrence in
flour and drug mills. The origin of
many fires in tailor shops may be
traced to the so called dry cleaning of
clothes. A rag dipped in naphtha Is
frequently used in removing grease
spots from garments. The rag soaked
with inflammable fluid is thrown upon
the floor. When the shop Is closed up
and the air is confined the naphtha
soaked material will of itself generate
fire. Bales of cotton placed in the
hold of a ship are often the cauae of
disastrous fres. Frequently a spark
from a cigar finds a resting place in a
cotton bale. where it smolders for
weeks. The dark hall in tenement
houses is the indirect originator of
fires. Greasy matting or small heaps
of paper lie about. A match not extin-
guished or a cigarette stub is thrown
down, and a blaze results.-F-re and


Apalachicola, Sept. 22.-Mrs. Chase.
w!'Wright arrived in the city last Friday
Measures Providing for Extermination of Mosquitoes and Fumigation si tro acksonvie on a to
and Screening of Houses Read First and Second 1Fe wickham spent Wednesday
Tim3s-Will Be Passed To-day. Miss Murat entertained Mr. and!
Mrs. Alton Pierce, Jr., of Brooklyn,
A special meeting of the city council Sec. 7. That all ordinances and N. Y. la* Thursday evening.
was held yesterday, primarily for the parts of ordinances in conflict here- Mr. E. R. Cobb is a visitor in the
purpose of introducing ordinances rel- with be and the same are hereby re- Mrs. J. C.Manuel returned home
native to the extermination of mosqui- pealed. last Monday from Atlanta, Ga.
toes and cutting of wsdeds within the -Mrs. Sanahan gave a delightful en-
city limits and providing for the (umt-. FUMIGATION AND SCREENING. tertainment las Friday evening com-
gation and screening of certain build- An Ordinance to provide for the fur:- rlimen'ary to Mr. and Mrs. Alton
ings and places to prevent the spread gation and screening of certain Pierce, Jr. Mrs. ffierce has a magni-.
of yellow fever. Both ordinances were Luildings and places to prevent the Scent cofitralto voice and aiaring the
drawn up by the city attorney and spread of Yellow Fever. evening she rendered several vocal
were read tie first and second times Be it ordained by -ne Mayor an selecons which were thoroughly en-
at the meeting and referred to the Council of the City of Pensacola: ~Joyed by all. Delicious refreshments
ordinance and engrossing committee, Section. 1. That whenever their were served late in the evening byl
by whom they will be reported at a State Health Officer, or I!e City Board Mrs. Shanahan and Miss Marks. Amorns
special meeting to be held this morn- of Health, shall announce that yellow!tlose present were Mr. and Mrs. Alton
ing, and passod by the council. The fever exists in the City of Pensaco!a, Pierce, Jr., Mrs. Beverly, Misses C. L.
ordinances in question are as follows: the building, or place, wnlch any sucn Whiteside, May Marks, Vera John-
EXTERMINATION OF MOSQUI- ca-( of fever shall exist, Lnd all bui:.1-' ston, Genie Moore, Irene Murat, Pedie
TOES. ings and places within three hundred Floyd, Messrs. A. F. Whiteside, J.
An Ordinance to provide for the ex- (300) feet thereof, and all places and Campo, W. A. Murat, H. L. Oliver,
termination of Mosquitoes, aad to all buildings in which any per- Julian Coward, S. E. Montgomery, S.
regulate the cutting of weeds. son infected with yellow fever Warren. Dr. Contee and Dr. Farris.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and shall have been within five (5) days Mr. J. Farley Warren is spending
Council of the City of Pensacola: prior to the time of the announcement' this week at Carrabelle.
Section 1. That from the urai that he was infected with said dis- Miss Eanie Zingerella returned home
day of March to the first day of De- ease, shall be subject to, fumigation lst Mona'ay from Atlanta. Ga., after
comber hereafter it shall be unlawful with such dis!nfec:ants and in such a most delightful visit there of sever-
for any person who shall own, control rmaner as may be prescribed by the na! weeks.
or occupy any lot, or parcel of land, City Beard of HeIth; and all build- Mr. and 'rs. S. E. Rice, Jr., rave a,
or premises, in the Cit of Pensacola, ings and places which Thal! be fumi- most delightful launch party Sunday
oror r the agent servant, represen-a- gated as herein provide I shall also he night complimentary to Mr. anI Mrs.!
tive or emploe of any such person, to thoroughly screened in such manner Alton Pierce. The party left the city
allow anv vessme. tin can. or recep tas the City Board of Health shalh at 6 p. m. on the Clara J. and went to
cl,. of any kind whatsoever contain.- prescribe. astpoint, where delicious refresh-
In stagnant water, or water in whc- Sec. 2. That is sh-ill be the dity ments were served by Mrs. Rice and!
the larva of the mosquito may exist, of the Marshal and poli-.e of the Clity. Miss Floyd. After a pleasant evening'
to bear or rema t Det0e upon such and all sanitary inspectors vested, spent at Eastpolnt the party returned,
lot, parcel of land, or premises with police powers, to cause the ar-i b3 moonlight and reached the city at
lec. 2. That during the time rest of all persons who sha.l fail, or eleven p. m. Those in the party were
mentioned in the foregoing section it refuse, to allow any building. or Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rice, Jr., Mr. and
shall be unlawful for anv person who other place to be fumigated, as pro- Mrs. Alton Pierce, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.
shall own, control, or occupy any lot vided herein; and-it shall be the dutv, Messina. Mrs. B. Pierce, Misses Ella,
parcel of land, or premises in the City of any such officer upon the written Paitton, Irene Murat, Fedle Floyd, Dr
of Pensacolan, or for ie agents bCri order of the Mayor to enter any suce pi. F. Ferris Mr. L. J. Oven and Mr.
oant, representative or employee of building, or place, between the hourI Rob Rice.
ant, representative e or employed o of 8 o'clock a. m., and 5 o'clock p m., Mr. Richard Morey, of the Moray Bn-
any such person, to allow weeds to and to cause the same to be fumilat- gnee.ring and Construction Co., spent
grow upon such lot, parcel of lanl ed and screened as herein provided'
or premises to a height exceeding ed and screened as heren Provided several days In the city looking after
ight ien (18) inches. exceed under the personal supervision of the the Interest of the A. & N. railroad
The word "weeds" as hereinusl City Health Officer, or any assistanLt company.
shall be held to nclud all rank e o such officer who shall be duly au- Mrs. Bert Plerce left on the Three
table growth which exhale unpleasant ve thorized bythe City Board of Health. iStates Monday for Columbus, Ga.,
notable noxious odorsth which and exhale unpl higeasant Sec. 3. That any person who where she will reside in future.
and rank veetablnd alsrowth that mayll h shall fail, or refuse, to allow any Mrs. A. C. Kittel is visiting Mrs. F.
ceal poolrank of vegetable growth that or building, or other place to be fumigat- p.. Bell in Tallahassee this week.
any other deposits which may be ed, or screened, as is herein provided. The Daughters of the Corfealeracy
detrimental to health. or who shall in any Mtanner resist. op- met with Miss Raney last Monday af-
See 3. That it shall be the duty pose, hinder or Interfere with the City ternoon. Owing to the hot weather,
of the Board of Public Works to cause Health Officer, Marshal, or other duly ard sickness the attendance was small., V
to be cut down and removed from all authorized person in the doing of any- Miss Francis Porter has returned T
public ways and other public places thing relating to the fum!gation or home from North Carolina, where she
of tho City all weeds which shall grow screening of any building, or place, or spent the summer with relatives. w
to the height exceeding eighteen (18) in the performance of ;ny o:her otfl-t Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones left last Sun-
into hed ight exceedingshall, also, be thteen (18)du cial duty, as herein provided, or as day morning for Chipley. F'a.
inches; and it shall, also, be the duty"I
of said Board to cause to be cut down may be prescribed by the rules an 1 Mr. W. A. Brascombe is among the
ann removed from any private prem- regulations of the' City Board ct visitors this week.
ise., all weeds growing thereon to a Health, or who shall destroy or dam Mr. and Mrs. Alton Pierce, Jr. left
height exceeding eighteen inches age any screen Which shall be place Tuesday morning for Brooklyn, N. Y.,
whenever the owner of said premises, in any building, or other pace, ana.1 after spending a most delightful time
or other person who is required by upon conviction thereof in the Police here with relatives for two weeks.
this ordinance to cut down and re- be punished b a fine of not ex-
move the same, fails or refuses to do ceeding Five Hundred (500) Dollart, Low rates at Southern Hotej fmr
so. or hy Imprisonment -hot ex"peedPn? R x- rooms and board.
In the event that said Board shall ty (60) days, or by bth such fine and ,
ca.se weeds to be cut down and re- Imprisonment, in the discretion of ti- JENNINGo AND COVINGTON
moved from any private premises the Recorder. AT THE STATE CAPITOL.1
cost thereof shall be certified by it to Sec. 4. That this ordinance shall -
the Comptroller and the same shall be take effect immediately. The Tallahassee Capitol says: Hon.
assessed as a special tax against said See. 6. That all ordinances, an- T. A. Jennlngs, of Milton, vice-presi- n
premises, and shall be a lien against parts of ordinances, in conflict here- a1ent of the J. P. Williams Co., and a'
said premises tc be enforced in tne with be and the satie are hereby re prominent figure in state finances andi
r,, e,-n r ,ovi ,d, h- law for th, col. pealed. politics, arrived at the capitol yester-

Bottled beers, as well as food products, are often adul-
terated with chemieal preservatives. etc., which for awhile
ke thebe fr. sourtg, but are injurious to the stomach.
A.. CE. MZ is iuaraxeed to be ahsolutey pui and
iree from ay atu!tera*t whatever. It is never exposed to
the air (wkAh is crma-ladcu) but is brewed, fenrneated and
aged foreigbt moaiksin air-ti;ht compartments, then p.ped in
tin-ld pipes direct to the sir-tight, ottiing.machines, where
it is bottled, aealcd, pasteurized and packed for shipment.

A. B. C.
The endy beer bottled excusively at the Brewery,
therefore the only beetled beer that can be absolutely guaranteed.
The American Brewing Co., St. Louis, U. S. A.
N. GOLDRING, Whclesale Dealer

4*P-'. I

No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON. President M. E. CLARK, Caahler.
C 'v. LIAMAR. Vkie-Presldent. JNO o-FI-=t R. Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
XIXJESt.7rZ 4A -aI

Henry L. Covington,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Ounwody,
Frank lelily,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGoirin,
'. L B-awner,
C. W. munar.
J. R. Saunde'-s,

S. J. Foshoe.
A. M. Avery,
W. H M;E:on. Jr.,
0. E. Maura.
W. L. Cawtaon,
C. A. O'Neal.
Dr. W. J. HannsAj.
McKenzie Oenl'tg,
Alex McOowin,
C. M. Cov'ngton.

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

WM. H. KNOWLES. President.
'HOB. W. BRENT. Asst. Cshiler.

W. K HYER. JR V.-Pres ard Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashiew.

ol Pensa0ola, Fia.


F. C, Brent, W. A. Bbuat,

\Vrm. Hi. Knjw' ?.

W. K. Hyer. Jr., G. Brent.

We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels disbursed upon the Most
enange on Great Britain, Ireland. a w......,-r T .....

- - ----.. . .. I rava m e erms. andO their Oil.
day. Mr. Jennings was traveling in *ermany, Franc Auetrla, Italy., nation tak. n Payable at Po-t of
the west when yellow fever broke out Holland, Spain, Belgium, Rusila, atons taken Payable at Po-t of
ii, Pensacola, and upon his return to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destnation Ton ays After Ve
the state located his offices temporarily #4ther European countries. sel Arrives their.
at DeFunlak Springs. He spoke with
much regret of the disappointing re-
port of the five new cases of fever iaflety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
in Pensacola, announced Friday morn-. ve Prvat D partCnt for th_ Us O i renters,
Hon. H. L. Covington, a prominent
naval stores man aa baner of Pen- tmtt Pad n
sacola, was a guest of the Leon yes- :S vvngs Department-interest Paid on Do
terday. posits at Mato of 4 per oent per Annum.
Eighteen Years in Penitentiary. I o- t- o I
Roanoke, Va., Sept. 22.-In the oit -f----.. I
Franklin County Court at Rocky, L MtLTON GREIE, asaWosaw. T A. kLLKa. Vcx f ai tsT
a-l t.o'.. ,Lou. at HO ; I. M. USNNLLUAhIua s. MJANSFI .- ajuRENO. Atsr c.ssa
Mount. Mack Alexander, who has been I
on trial for the past two days for Citizens National ank,
the murder of Jeff Nowlin. last July,0'Om e amII.
was sentenced to eighteen years in oPserao a. Fort ii.
the penitentiary. The jury was out eo.iW WHI, MorAmt.T.LWes
ee.W Wriah, M^Sr.ri W T. 3. Welle
all night. Alexander shot Nowlin to iTx M. RoMase3 Hiltoe Oreea.
death with a shotgun in Nowlin's A ..EP! RKL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
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Its Influence Has Been Felt By So
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The soothing Influence of relief
After suffering from Itching Piles,
Prom Eczema or any itchiness of
the skin,
Makes one feel grateful for the
Doan s Ointment haa soothed hun-
Here's what one Pensacola citizen
H. E. Powell, machinist by trade,
:esu'ng on West Cervantes street,
ays: "I was a sufferer from itching
lies for more than seven years, and
authing I could get seemed to help
;e. I suffered both day and night.
ind it was impossible for me to go
to sleep at night on account of the
.rrlble suffering. When I read about
.:can's Ointment I thought I would
try It, and procured a box at Sidney
Kahn's drug store, No. 9 South
P.Alafox street. It cured me com.
,letely. I cannot praise it high
enough. and nave recommended it to
pore than a score of friends duriln
the past three months, and I know o;
ine friend who used it for ecsema on
hIs hands and be has since told mt
hat it cured him promptly and efec
* vely. I unhesitatingly recommend a
rial of Doan's Ointment to anyon-
;uffering from any itching skin dis
'ase I feel confident that they wii.
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IR. M. CART, Vlce-PresldenLt
Directore-L., R J. S. Reese W. DC. Kessale, R. M. Cary,
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- I. H The Donations.
SFrst National Bank..........$500.00
W. S. Keyser Co............. 200.00
_American National Bank...... 200.00
Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.0')
Fr. J. Schreyer............... 50.')0
Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.00
S sEscambia KtealLy Co.......... 5000
n ITse f Lee Daniel .................. 25.00
l a I l I W. A. Blount...... .......... 100.00
Hannah Bros................ 10.00
People's Bank........ ........ 100.00
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
Leslie E. Brooks.............. 10 00
J. M. Ooe................... 10.00
Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00
S of M ysteM. F. Gonzale................ 250
S Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100 00
German-American Lumber Co.. 50 00
the greatest of rs Mill o...........25.00
the grea ~t of J. R. Saunders................ 50.00
Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co.......... 2500
D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
J. Geo. White.................. 5.00
S. P. Shotter Co............. 250.00
f 0f *\Jos. Coleman....... .......... 2.00
these thrilling c, =, o ...............5.00
~these t fnA. F. Warren................ 25.00
0M. L. Roch.................... 5.00
Jno. B. Jones.................. 5.00
t them n T. H. Lannon & Co........... 1500
A t e i Winm. Johnson & Son.......... 2500
Clutter Music House.......... 10.00
Meyer Shoe Store............ 6.00
Standard Clothing Co........ 10.00
Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00
SMaxwell & Reeves........... 2000
S. Pasco, Jr.................. 5.00
P. Campbell.. ............... 5.GO
n H. H. H.Boyer................. 25.00
Kress & Co.................. 10.00
SD. Hale Wilson............. 25.00
S A. M. Avery.................. 25.00
M Gordon & Brown.............. 15.00
Thos. Pebley........ ..... .. 5.00
-- Forbes Furniture Co.......... 4 00
S UPRDFMF i0 r NI. G. Forc.helmer............. 10.ou
SUP LME COU RT H. G. DeSilva & Co ........... 25.0
W. A. D'Alemberte............ 10 00
RIPoR co RAcI Jas. McHugh .............. 25.0)
Sol Cahn & Co................ 5.010
B. Gerson.... ........ ....... 15.00
J. Kryger .....,. ............ 17.00
iHE JACKSONVILLE METROPOLIS Green & Watson-- ............ 10.00
J. C. VanPelt................. 5.10
SAYS THIS PRINTING WILL BE The Pensacola JQfhal......... 25.00
DONE IN GOOD SHAPE. Naval Stores Export Co.. 250 0
ONE IN GOOD SHAPE. W. B. Wright Co............ 50.00
SN". Apostle ................... 25.0j
The Jacksonville Metropolis says: McDavld-Hyer Co............. 25.00
TIt Board of State Institutions met R. G. Buhnell............... 20.00
yesterday in Tallahassee and award-! A. A. Fisher................. 50.00
ed tire contract for printing the Su- H. Baars & Co................ 100.00
preme Court Reports. volumes 8. 11, Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
]3, 14. 15, 16, 21 and 22, to E.O. Paint- F. C. Brent.................. 25.00
er Printing Company, of DeLand John Shepard ................ 500
which concern proved the lowest bid- A. DiLustro .................. 10.0,1
Ier. Alex Zelius ................. 10.00
i Other bidders for the contract were: D. Levy .................... 1.00
The Byrd Printing company of Atlan- J. Dunham ................ 5.00
ta : the Recora,' Publishing Company, of Gulf Macne Co..... ........ 25.00
1r. Augustine; the Capital Publshing 0. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00
Company. -f Ta'lahassee; the Florida Bar Pilots.................. 100.00
Index, of Lake City. and the True C. B. Parkhtl ............ 10 00
Democrat of Tallahassee.
Thi; insures deccrit work and it will
piohably be in striking contrast to, AN OLD IDEA.
s( me of the other rotten work turned
out for the state of Florida in the Shown to be Absolutely False by Mod.
past, and which the people have had ern Science.
to pay dearly for. People used to think that baldness
That the state of Florida has been was one of those things which are
forced to accept some of the printing handed down from generation to gen-
done for the state is nothing less than eration, from father to son-Just like
disgraceful, anr' would give an impres- a family heirloom.
sion to outsiders that the work was Science has shown the falseness of
turned out by a backwoods Job office this belief by proving that baldness
whose proprietor was careless, Ignor. itself is not a constitutional disease,
ant and incompetent. This sort or but the result of a germ invasion of
ihing has been severely criticized which only Herpicide can effectually
throughout the state, and the citizens rid the scalp.
generally believe that Mr. Painter will Washing only cleans the scalp of
show up excellent work. Dandruff, It doesn't kill the germs.
Had the St. Augustine Record, the "Destroy the cause you remove the
Florida Index or the True Democrat effect.
succeeded In securing the contract Newbro's Herpicide will do this n
they would doubtless have also turn- every case. It is also a delightful
ed out excellent work, because they dressing. I
have a reputation for doing excellent For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte.
service, and their publications show druggist and apothecary, 121 south
care and are up to date typographical. Palafox street, or send 10e in stamps
ly to The Herpcide Co., Detroit, Mich.
IChamberlain~a Cou0h Remedy AI e _____________

Medicines that aid nature are al-
ways most effectual. Chmnbertain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lung.
aids expectoration, opens the secure
!ions,. and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition. Sold
by all druggists.
Teachers, Patrons and Children of
the Public Schools of Eacambia:
County, Florida.
Pensacola. Fla.. Seot. 21, 1906.
Owing to the unfavorable health'
report made last evening, the Board
of Public Instruction orders that the!
city schools shall not be opened un-
til Nov. 1st. next. but those schools
in the country now provided wit'a
teachers and ready to begin work will
be allowed to do so on October 2nd,
Contracts, registers, blanks am4l
other school supplies will be forward-
ed by the superintendent by mail, ex-
press or other means.
By order Board of Public Instrue-
tion. N. B. OO L
22sept3t County tupt.
Low rates at Southern Hotel for
rooms and board.

5S 0 TH H h S A N Agd Woman c'ured of Cons






Fmnd Slowly Growing, But Much
More Money Will Probably
Be NoL.
The donations to the fund for clean-
ing up the city continue to come in,
but somewhat more slowly and. al-
though the amount originally decided
upon as necessary for this purpose,
has about been raised, use can be
found for all that may be contributed
The donations to the fund to date are
Sas follows:

W. B. Lamar................ 100 00
Scarritt Moreno .............. 50 u
W S. Rosasco ............... 10.0,
Marine Grocery Co............. 5 '
H M.uller...... ............... 5 '
F. 0. lIuwe & o............. 25,"
J. C. Porter.................. 100(
J. A. Chaffin .................. 25.00
H. H. Thornton............... 10.OiI
J. B. Roberts.................. 10 01
J. P. W illiams Co............ 100.0"
T. A. Jennings................ 100.00
Gen. W. Wright .............. 50.00
Cash ... ........ ............ 5.!)o
Quina & Guttman ............ 10.0)
Frank Re'lly ................ 2500
S. A. Friedman................ 10.00
D. Dannhe sser .............. 5 0:1
H. 0 Anson................... 10 0'
Marston & Quina ............. 25.00
W. J. & B. Forhe:............. 100.00
N. Goldring .................. 15.00
Cash.. . .. ................ 5.0C)
W. H. White & Co............. 5.00
Warren Fish Co..............100 00
Pensacola Stables ............ 10.00
C. Th e.sen .................. 10 ".00
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
J. S. Mc(qaughey.............. 5.'10
Armour Packing Co........... 2o00
Dubulsson Bros .............. 20.00
Star Laundry ................ 150)
L S. Brown & Co............. a'O0
Judge H. Bellinger............ 15.00
Marks & Gayle .............. 50 00
Swift & Co., ............... .. 25 00
Mrs. Fannie Henderson ...... 2 50
McKenzie Oerting & Co ... 10 00
Dunwody-Alken Co ............ 25.00
J. S. Roberts ............... 5.0.)
Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00
L. & N. R. R. Co .......... 100 00
F. W. Marsh ................. 15 00
R. M. Cary .................. 10 00
J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 Uo
Pensacola Gas Co............ 150.00
Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100.00
Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00!
John C. Avery ................ 25.00
P. Martinez.. .. ............ 5.00
J. W. Maloy ............ 5.00
Welles-Kahn Co .... ...... 25.00
Colored List
Big Zion Sunday scnool .... 5 001
M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 501
Jos. H. James ............... 5 00'
W. H. Harvey ............... 2 00
Moses Lyman ............... 1 00
Richard Morris ............. 5 0O'
Cash .......................... 55
L. F. And,'rson .............. 2 0O'
Marion Blue ................. 1 o0:
Preston Gordon .............. 1 00
Aaron Johnson ............... 1 0',
St. Paul church ........... .. To;
Washington Clark ............ 5 00
Whitfield Dupont ............ 1 00
Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
Baptist Church, ............. 2 001
Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years,
of Suffering
"I had been troubled with lame back'
for fifteen years and I found a com-
plete recovery in the use of Chain-
be-lain's Pain Balm," says John G
Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This liniment is
also without an equal for sprains and
bruises. It is for sale by all drug-
Low rates at Southern Hotel for
rooms and board.

Thos. Dixon's New Play, "The
Clansman," Scores Big Suc-
cess in. First Appearance.
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 22.-At last the
South has an "Uncle Tom's Cabin" of
its own. This was the verdict rend-
ered enthusiastically tonight by the
Norfolk audience in the Academy of
Music at the first presentation on any
stage of Thomas Dixon, Jr's., "The
Clansman," under the management of
George H. Brennan.
Never in the history of Norfolk has
a more delighted gathering assembled
in the local theatre. The stirring sit-
uations of the production followed
each other so fast that the audience
remained spellbound throughout the
performance, except when forced to
realize the tension with loud ouL-
bursts of applause. There were cur-
tain calls without number and at tne
conclusion of the third act, the author,
Mr. Dixon, was compelled to make a
speech. Among other things he de-
clared his intention of manifesting
his deep personal interest in the play
by accompanying it on the southern
The various personages in tne,
large cast of "The Clansman" were in-
terpreted by stage artists of excep-
tional ability, several of whom have a
national reputation. In addition to the
speaking parts there were a small
army of supernumaries and several
poses. The latter added greatly to
the spirited effectiveness of the Ku-
Klan Klan scenes.
The engagement in Norfolk is for
two nights and a matinee. Before the
curtain rang up tonight every seat tor
all the performances had been sold.
This is the record business for Nor-
folk and it will be duplicated when,
"The Clansman" returns after itl
New York run.
It was freely predicted in the audi-
ence tonight that "The Clansman" is
destined to equal the half century life
of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" to which Mr.
Dixon's play is a complete answer.
Unquestionably It marks an epoch In
the theatrical history of the south, for
it is the first play which has suc-
ceeded in do:n? justice t tthe white
side of the race question.
If the reception in Norfolk is a cri
ierion, the tour in the southern citie
.vill be nothing short ef a triumphat
journey, and capacity business will hb
the rule without exceptions.








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CAUTION When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, be sure yo s the
genuine. Dikhonest dealers will try to sell you cheap Imitaticia aaud *subatitute
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The Journal's Classifid Cash Advertisements

-.ft AE m. ueI~ A---

no A --- 0 wn t t aken fo Ir these *

80euas rtes by the monte.


eW,~h'-,qrytegy to know that
I -a prepred f rmrish them chat-
eml In oy qsattlt. as I will always
have a car load Oa haa4. Will deliv-
er -my aeut froa 4 bushels up.
Wagms os the street aily. When
Swant charcoal listen for the foI
tL Vucovifh Coal YTard, Geo. Vac-
Tis Prop. 17spet.
.WATl.-To rest fave or six roamn
cgtage, either on North or West
Il. Must have all modern conYue-
Semceo. Address P. 0. Box 44, City.

WANIVD.-We can accommodate a
w guests at an up-to-date mountain
bhotl; cinate delightful and good wa-
ter; moderate rates. Address F. ID.
OCnniagham. Beaa Vista. a.
Ieept.i |

Keep yoer w stem n good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, tce great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.

WANTW).-To rent or buy Improvel
plae, not more than 8 milts acrth
oa northwest of Pensacola, with 15 to
25 acres of land in cultivation. ,a&
tine Hutto. Holts, Fla. leeptim'
KING & HUAL, contracting painters
an4 decorators. Fine TaraMIstl
and fidsbthg. Sign pa!s'Btg a ape
clajty. Restieace pbone 249. 9aug

Mrs. Laura W. Creary will resume
agency for the Winona mills hisiery,
and solicits the patronage of all form-
er c tomers. If Interested in good
hosiery send postal card and she will
ll with samples, or phone 147.

WANTED.-Tou to know that you caa
buy nice. clean old papers at tAla
oese cheap.
DO YTO woat to War or son aythtag?
A Uttle wat ad wI brig wedemrtal
seomits. T7 coat Is too anslgulacent
to 4elay.
WANTBD.- everybody to know that
ouar Blend ae Coffee may be Imitated
but can't be equaled. New Orleans
Gercer? Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.

WANTED.-The public to know that
We are pioneer Coffe Roasters of
erlda. New Orleans Grocery Co,
Jes. McHugh. Prop. aug20
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer
Co. wants your moving and banuig.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor.
R.a, Prop. Phone 7& I. lJuelm.
We want everybody to know that we
an wholesale and retail grocers and
till at the old stand. New Orleans
Groery Co, Jas. McHugh, Prop.

WANMU-Tor electric work of aM:
khtds. Let us clean your tans, re-
pair your dynamo, do your wiring et.
Fone S570. Pensacola Electric Co.,
emroer Intodecl and Daylen strets.u
WANTD-Hauling and transft.r ,
work. Ofce phone 3~3. Redeance
pftee 30. Acosta & White. 23-2 N.
Terresaema. 2acA
f =IU who want to m*. -e.e
t- or saytaS els tor tat.
mer, will atd The Journal Want
Ads great emht

Rents collected and prompt returns
Made. Money loaned at lowest rates.
If you have f po ty to sell, let
us kwow about R. We have clients
tho want to buy any property paying
EOoW returns.
204% 8. Palafox St., Fisher SBuilding.


WANTED.-Two good white or col-
ored men with horse and wagon to
srli charcoal; good money for hus-
tie's; none but hustlers need apply.
Apply Vucovich Coal Yards, on Al-
canit and Garden. 22sept3t.
WA -TED.-Good cook. Apply at 43
But Gregor-. 3sept2w*

WANTED.-Hotel cook;oolored boy to
cook in a small hotel, good salary;
answer quick, for Chipley Hotel. Chip-
ley, Fla. 19sept.
TWO WHITE IA fMBS want positions
' as chambermaids or dining room
waiters. Apply to 625 West Gregory
i. septw"-

20 Lots For Sale..


Weekly Payments PL

eof $lw Only.

No Taxes! No Interest!
This offer is made to clerks, car,
potters, baymen, hacknen, or to any
one who las the desire to grasp an
opportunity that they may never nave
again. Suppose I ask you this ques-
tion: HOW MUCH do you unneces-
sarily spend each week for which ynu
have nothing to show? To form a
basis from which to illustrate, we will
sy $1.00.
Suppose you pay that $1.00 to me
each week and in a few months vou
will be an owner of real 3itate. Think
of IL Here Is the chance of your lire!
Call and see me. I

Thos. Pebley
Office Cor. Romana and Palafox 'ts.
Paone bou. S-t -i

__For Sale.
OR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
country home on Reservation; gool
fishing; good garden; good water ind
plenty wood. Will sell cheap for essh
or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How.
ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box
$6. 15sept.lmes
CHICKEN WHEAT produces egs.
Makes fowls especia-ly well Aavored-
The cheapest eed :o be found 9.
Me'len & Co.. Phone 14. loet
tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par-
ties to camp out of town. Address P.
0. Box 446, city.
house and 120 acres of good laud
located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to-
gether or separately. Terms reason-
able. House may be routed tempor-
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's ot-
Acflee. 3 sept.

FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
Vaultk Fixtures of ail descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar.
*itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.

FOR SALE---oda fountain, stock of
confectioneries and cigars, located
in PalafoZ street Can be had at bar-


We want you to feel that any
business entrusted to us will re-
calve prompt attention and have
the utmost care.
Advice free.

If You Want
to buy or sell property, rent or
lease dwellings, orrow or lend
money, secure a Fire, Life or 4
Accident Insurance Policy, wv
undoubtedly can serra you well N
and to your satisfaction, at the
same time save you time and
money. 1C

Our Methods

are up-to-date and you will finaT
it a pleasure to deal with us.
Advice free.


200 Thelsen Bid'g

FOR SAUE.--Shingles and Wood fo.-
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'j
Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.
FOR SALE.--aIH boat for sale chaap;
18 ft. long; good condition. Apply to
Dan Baccaro, at Sagan's bath house.
FOR SALf,-South ha'f block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
137% f on nBay View Park; also
south half of bleck 212, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 137!3 feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoln-
ing Bay View Park that is now for
sale. The beautiflil view down the
bayou and down the bay can never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Jly
GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today for literature. Bucking-
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0.
jOR SALL.-Two pair extra fine
young teles, sound and in good
condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-
baker wagon.;W. S. Garfield. Mjune.

FOR BAlA-Gecoatdihand caea setl.-
ter in perfeet condition. Will s*:l
cash or or Uw~ A roa bargain. Can
lie seen at Jam"e MeHugl's 22moa
M -0 X ~- V. -

W-peAso- b ae gaim purehaed at onse. Apply .-
SWANT-.-All young persons wn1 3cmbia Reoal ote- 00 FOR RENT
are good stenographers or book- cam o u R i T
keepers, that are seeking positions or FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4 OR B r.- ^verom cottage with
promotion, to register with us imme- rooms and hall) between Palafx O bath and ., 1107l Cervantes. two
I diately. We can secure you good poS- and Baylen streets on Jordan St ..batcksnf r.a1107 eA t"ea HW
tionns. We are hating more ca!ls near Saunders Mill; easy terms A. blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
dailY than we can supply. It will cow ply tcJ. W. West at Saunders Mil Gibbs, at Forbs store. 13septlm*
* you nothing to register with us. Meux 22ou1lm* F-- roo h
& Munro, Proprietors, rhe Mobile FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner
Business College, No. 62-64 N. Roval FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents Hayne and Wright streets. Apply
St., Mobile, Ala. l5aeptlms per hundred. Good for wrapping W. 8. Garfield. 27aug.
WA TE -Abn. mk 6dal paper and to put under matting. All
WANTED.-Aents make $$ d ally sell- clean and nice. Journal office. FORi RENT.-Small farm 1 block out-
ing the cheapest and most perfect side city limits on county hard
Water Filter ever ato*. letais Do you value your health? It -- road, with six room house; wind mill;
at $2.00. Big profit. ecluglve terr~. use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" water pipes in yard and all through
tory. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. a D "Schly. New Orleans Grocery house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
12septlot* Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 20 M. McClellan, at First National Bank.
WN-.TPensacola. 36aug1m
WA .-Trustworthy man to ma. We have been with you in Pensaco
age branch office and distributing d.- la since 1874, and still Intend to stay 40 RNT-LorrinB Houn. r
pot for large manufacturer. Salary to with you and serve you with the best i RWOos Houe, corner
start with, $1500 Lrt year, and extra of groceries at lowest sar-I HaLyne and Belmont street-. Apply
commissions and expenses. Applicant ket prices. New Orleans Grocery W S. Grneld. l2jul
must have good references and $1000 Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 FOR RET.-Reo deuce lately o3
cash, capital secured. Experience un. FOR RNT.-Redec inely o,
necessary. Address "Manufacturer FOR SALE.-Completely furnished coupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
21 West Atwate St., Detroit, Mich.' house, corner Gadsd'n t. and 7th LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
sept. 'avenue. Beautiful home. Must be 43 S. Palafox street 7jaun
WANTED-The People of Pen o sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut- FOR RNNT-Tweaty-room aouse, co-.
to cease ow yin. Leo The Joaur'na ter. 20septlw nor Barracks aud Zarragossa street.
Wanto cease worr Le The Journal Suitable for boarding house. Apply
Ahdt Ad:s .ie the problem for o0 FOR SALE-One lot of fine show to Mrs. M. J. Moreno. 216 l~st 2ari-..
They are expe detectiv es, and can cases, especially adapted for mi.- rosso. 26m:t
nl the ma You are lOOkiftZr uT --,nery purposes or drug sore,
e Is Included the 25,00or 80.0 also one lot of counters and line ony t Lo
People w.icl makes the popla n o1 french plate .glass mirrors. ML.oney to Loan.
Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep
WA T EDF -Agents in ferent Oun- .~FOR -At a r .furmatur M oney=to-Loan ,
ties in Florila to hani l .e Alpine Safe store, stock anid accOtuts Cal L I at
and Lock Co.s Fire and Burgiar P roof 1St 140 I. Intendencia 1n3 MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small
description. Write me for termL FOR SAL--One Chote block on op, amounts on real estate, plain or en
Scarrltt Moreno. Pensacola, Fla. lo- oa F o o ridge east of tha electric; dored notes. Prompt r.ce. L b.
MIa State Agent. igne. ralway, between 7th and Sth -tr & i. Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen bulidini.
AY HOTrL-Open nght .. d dy. "Nature has favored this section and it 16sept.
AT T pla. Room n eight aa4 da. cannot be duplicated A. V. Clubs.
. ropwab pAlan. RoomA .1lht snd -J-- ute.Y 1"u L, \U-uu ai't. r. e
elean. Tranient trade Solleted. 7, PLUTOI PLUTO! l.ate s .cur. -or oago ia&, s,
679 Soth Palatl Jos. & Nicola&i Keep your system in good condi at low st rates teAs11 t o lBhoa
p" 9". e and you Deed not fear any disease athe bu rna al
Pluto, the great stomach healer, fur ri.e buddles. als.
WANTED.-Active lady wanted' ; each sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. VONa, 4 lOLA on as- A na sha
county to demonstrate and disnlv McHugh. -,..*. .. .of .a-.- .,,.,,. -.. I

samples. Salary $12 weekly; no cap
iPal of experience required. Silve
Co.. 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
Pa. 20sept2;

sNarf and RmOMs.
A few boarters wanted at 31j W. Be!
month. 22septlw*

- FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
r old Berksblie herd tear, Duke jf
. Florida, No. 6b,923. Alsj some fine
3 young pigs. 1 !ix-months-old boar, all
registered and transferred. Carl Set-
Sterlind. Chipley la. Fi-Jy
FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $6 t).
- Apply to A. M. McMillar.. Court Housa.
l lang

WATiD-Orors f m The Jeursa s FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED FOR SALE-Kithe germs o
S Pm a m mos near bsi center and on RALE-Kil the gersf fever-
il ensacola al PelMa al rooms, ea r burths in formess generation a orcet a barrel of slack lime to-day.
W tait half-toe picture of city. ring Phones 368 a o 848 5 rings. Phone 7. 4auglm
bar an a" pe" scene. 1 t RMatsAND -tFOR SALE.-Shingles and wood. HI
leave rs at J e ROOMS AND BOAR1-everal large west of Muscogee wharf. C.
,-- rooms for rent with or without board et o .-u gee whar. L. L.
WA-TWI- 4mHdand CorA Or t directly on water front, suitable for C:e!ghton. 10sep:2m
Wa& edtts seed meal sacks. Out of light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret- FOR SALE.-My residence on Eastu
towna shid ents soli acted. Write s,. tiger. Fisherrille. Phont 933. Hill, either including whole blo.ak
. L Meleo & Ow 30marehi sept. 1 of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
A WANTED-A few boarders in private quarter block of five lots. Apply at
A.dL U4GAM w. mntsyourl f ov tomy office, Thieseri Building for furtm-
age. Phone S and on street car liae; large o r particulars. C. W. Hagermaa
-. with privilege of uas of baths and tsl- 24aag1.
SUNITtR. o ephone.- Aa res D. C. 8, care Jr. 00 T ToTURTTO for all sies u lmas
held Adocs, Jewelry a my s awL aima C= meras leaded and unioaed tree
ablMe Artdo wanted. We pay ca ______ f ca.r H*e akes bea phot
for IL Addreo P. 0. nM 358 Cityj. raph Ina te aouth. 2 yearns a llea
" "" FOR BALr--le-room ous. es er
TB1 NTAL BUSIAWS teo or ND-no otater dog; ow "er can 1o, a blocks frm PalaLox. lot se
apedasty am u orw lnee wo have same by proving property and 192 on car J1e. For pa'tiealae ut
have w at =A ht I. U Bale WIj paying expense incurred. Apply quire of Standard Clothing CO.
m A& 06. Wicke & Co. 22seatlw*.1 a jw

0-m~yor mostly. Wben *Vu DOWd
u*tiy. S"e we. j A Waist 22'
,,overnmoa*t street b~aisburv nr)'a..


mounted 1





utmbrella with silver
handle, on belt car line
reward for return to John
,or 423 East Gregory St.

LOST-White Setter Puppy, left ear
lemon colored, right ear speAkeled
lemon and whit*; name Trixie. Re,
ward for return to Z. W. CwOl 11 W.
Government st. lxeptiw

LOST.-BRack, butt-bead cow, with
Lotg on northwest owner of steer calf with white face. Reward
Romana and "C" streets......775 for return to Nathan Adams, 6509 al-
amanca St., City. 19septlw*
Northwest quarter of block 189, aa---a c. -C -- e
LOST-Maltese Angora Kltteu near.
Wet King tract..............$125 ly grown Reward for return to 811
0 Lots in block 48, West King E. LaRua St. 19sept
tract .. .. ... ...... .-. LOST. STRAYED OR doRTLamN-1
I Lots on car line in block "9, Black Holsten cow with brass tips
Wet King tract............ a$ on horns; abouL 4 years old. either
springer or with calf. Renard for r4
turn Burns' Dairy, 309 W. .arragoswa
--- St. 1septlw*


Real Estate Agency

206 South Palafox Street,


MiSgggf@ffl us
To the Knights of Pythias of Piort-
da:-On account of the postal author-
ities at Washington refusing the Flort.
da Pythian admission to the malls at
seobad class rate it has been impossi-l
ble to mall the August issue, but we
hope to have the matter so adjusted
as to mail It in a few days, and ask
you to bear patiently with us until we
can do so. for we are dc;ng all posal.
ble in the matter. Yours fraternally,
G. W. Hinsey, Managing Editor.
AS A PREVENTIV9f try Lewis' Anti.
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cutes
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at
this time of the year. On sale at all
druggists, or at Lewis A Co., Jast
Government street. Price, 0Oc.
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
Ala. I will Satisfy you ID price ani
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244
Uast Gregory St., Pensacola.

ance for traveling public. Dally fr.
vice each way. Pro Chlipley to Bay.
head Addrese J. M. TuSgle, Chipley,
Ila. 24mo.
REAL DITATB Izt all pars or eity.
Too buy the groid and we will
build your house oan 8 tine Jay.
mats D- ale WhoaI Ci
gent's clothing eleaed. preed and
repaired on short notice. N 9 i06
West Government AL.. Poneeaao .
..-. .____ Idea
CENTS per bead. we will hau ou
dead ho**ea cows, Leave orders
at 2 ast Intuldendei& Hrrlna
Brod. sf.o
J. H. PORTER, sailmaker,. 71 Sout
Palatox street. Orders taken for
tents, awnings, camp stools and house
cots. etc. Prices reasonable. ija

Professional Directory.


Room 405 Thleon Building.

'PHONE 669.

Attorneyand Counsillorat La w
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 500 Thiesn 'Bid. Phone 7"

We Security ,l SAY M a L A DENTISTSa
seir?, Fisher Building. 204i/ SSouth Palatox
MONI-;Y LOANED on aid kinds of pce. Street.
uocl property on short not:-e PHONE 525.
Terms easY J W. Bullard. pa re ag
28% South Palafox SLt., Phoue 11 44 po i O. TiLLER,

*;LiMjT) aAS.UUL Ut lm ,sy .W"a Dentist.
on l kiands t9rs1i6 proerij
n-eciai raies to buaike w. i oan ar-,; Room 8 Brent BuilDing. Phone, ML
o -.- The New Tork Loe Co. 204%,
lMouth Palagte= "rim T% 15&

aShma11s pa matsaseg
MUNE! 10 jLUA,% i~.'s j.' Jkj40NL
Weateho. Chains. lung&s a llliau
ot sollatesl security at Iowan ra~e "I
jaeroot ~raa aefmee

ucsm Brmsabas ubuildi&Lnm.n
to Peni'nc3la Swu~tess Collaege
P~~y~qttert'0fl al*avs gi ven
to b"Itilome Pmwar'.'aa Pli

Attorney and Counsellor at Law
401 Thleseo Building.

y Neither the aptaln, own-
ers nor sonsignees of the
Br. so "Saba wul oe re.
sponsible for debts co&-
tracted by the crew of said

H. PB.

OK)LIADAT, Master.
Lu MSIa n

There will be a meeting of th4s
body on the first and third VeJnes-
days of each otnh at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be proe
W. L, DNLAY PrlddOaL
Pencota c Lod e No R. of r.
W.et*s every Monday evanl at 8:0
*elok at thoir c stlTe kmou
Watson bulldiit oraer Palafox aon
Garden stress TiiIng brethrea Ow
ially welcome t.
J. .L BRNWrOI, 0. 0.
3 BO5ILuk. K I o L 8
Rathbone Lds* No
0 K I of P., mef everjp
S. 1' qraday evenlfg at 8:04
jio'toc la thelt CUtle
4bha 1. third floor. BloueM-
4S" ba baildILg. Doothm
4w. wt enmer PNlafto? ads
Odee streets YMtltt ingh ts *af
ordtaw wvleet*
a I IO Ul, L & a
C. J. Levy, of r. A &
Knights f Columbdus
SVMetBap oat the
KaM htsof Columbus
are hd at their hall.
No. I West nlatend
c#it treft. v wry
SModay e"wni -at
?$ at 'oeAk. a Is.
VltaUim 1u gsttnti
o visiting Knights.
JOhN a. JON a.
EDM. FOX. Grand Katht
Pensacola lAod No. 4. 1. 0 0. r
Seets every Th urstay vteng at 7:P
it the new ball on West aIi.
street. Visltlngs brmet re enir.la
invited. T. 3ST'NSON,
SRt WITKOVM.U Beeretaey.
Naomi Lodge %. 1io, Rebekea .*
ere oeels ov Meuday lNight
I o'Wloek t L *. L Via
tlg iAsters cordial Invite4d to
present. MRS. 8. DeTHATR.

M. D B. A. No. 81 meets rAm sat
third Wednesday evenim at T:80 p
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West late
deacia Street.
A. G PLL., Pfre.
Live Oak Camp No. X. W. Q W.
meets tn Pythtaa Hall lt and Iro
Weuneddays in meth mW th. Vistttag
sovereigns oMeially tnvtNed
IF. A. 0liRTC CL G
LTWLIE B.uriO. cler
w, o. w. C.. Oakt rwe, No. .
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
of each mrnth at 3:30 p. M., Ord ffoor
Wltmon building. southwest, corner
Palifom and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially lavitd. MrIs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. S. Oisea,

Manufacturers of
and Dealers ain



California and Northwest
Chicago, Omaha. St Louis and Kansas
City is the

Union Pacific
and connections, with through sleepian
One-way colonist rates on sale froer
September 15th to October 31st, 1905
To California, Oregon, Washlngto.,
Montatna, Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to CaUljSp.
ala and the Lewis & Clark Empost.
tion at Portland. Oregon, until Sep.
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from yow
station and secure literature. In.
formation freely given.
General Agoh
13 Peaehtree St., Atlast aa
0. W. -LY, T. if. A.

W. Q SARROW, Moator.
And all points on St. Andrew. i
Carrabelle and Ap a. hicetL.
Leave Pensacola Sanoda, : 8:3
a. for Mobile, Al "
Leave Pensacola, Tuesda). 8:8 p
-. for St. ANdiows, Mdillei, Ai --
lacnicola. Carrabelle and lntdagem .. *l
For additional info-mation a"P I +
Z. R. COBB, Prsmiam
Gen. Frt. sad Pams. Agt
Pensaeola. 'ra.&

sergia, FIe d m adI lam ..... y v.
Sarrabslle, Tallaasses lergla Sallr d Be.
Schedule racing EffecC May 6. 1905.
.unday IUngIy
SouthbOund Ne. 1 only only
Nom 3 No. a No
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....l1:20 am 7:50a.m ........
Lv Macon (C. ofO. Ry.) :45a 11:35a.m .... .... ....
Lv Cathbert.. .... .... 7:Sa.m 4:05p.m ........
Lv Arltton.. ......... 9: 0.m 5:15p m ........
Lv Balnbridge.. .. .. ....11:00a.a 6:55p.m 6:20a.m ....
Ar Tallasassee.. .. ...... .12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05a.m .....
Lv Tallabassee (A. A. L. Ry) 1:53pm 4:00a.m ........
Ar Jack'vlle, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 0:60a.m ........
Lv Tallahassee .......... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m "l5a8m 1:5p-
Lv SocnopP ...... ..3:14p.m 10:00a.m S:29a.m I *:KJL
Lv Lanark. . ....* 3:4p.am 10.4,a.m 10:05a.n. 10: 2.p
Lv Carrabelle...... ..**.. 4:00p.m ........ 10:15a.nm 10:35p
Ar Apalachicol ....... 7:00p.m ........ .... .......


only Q

No. No. 3 No.0 N-.
Lv ApalachIco'a.......... 6:30a.m ........ ........
Lv Carrabelle. ..- 1:am 2: OOp.m ":06p.m .'.4:I
Lv LAnark.. ..... ... :4m 2:20p.m *6:45p m 4:45"j
lv Sopchoppy.. .. .. ..l..1:l1. 3:14p.m 7 21p.m 5:15&a
Ar Tallahassee.. .. .. .... 1:3p.rm 5:00p.m 8:35p.m 6:206.n
Lv Jask'vUIle,(. A. L Ry.).. *9:05rm 4:00p.m ........ .......
A T a'aaMe(IAL..y.).. :10p.M 13:0p.m ........ .......
LvI, TAUlsSN" .. .. .... :25p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p.m 6: 3S&m
LT Baitbridge.. ..*.. .. .. 5:2p.am :27am Arl0:25p. 8:27
Ar Arilt.....s . .... 7:2p.m 10- 1a.m ........ 10: 1 <
Lv Cutbort.(C. oa.3-y.) .. 8:42p.m 11:56a.m ........ Ar 11:M350t
Lv Maaes, (C. o* 0O. y1.).. 4:15La 4:35p.m ........ 4:gbs,.
Ar Atlanta, (C. of G. Ry.).. 1?:3am 7:53p.m ........ 7:3ija
WIIt4E::-TaAsiu N.. 0. and will depart from, and arrive at, j fts

of Shotwee Street, "5snt9 e
Tiolket for TN S; leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m.
en sale at the e of the Coltaban Grocery Company.
*Train No. % wIl8 MpU W minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEQG. R. C. SNIPE. E. 0. ALSTr
Geoeral Manag. Ta*v. Pau Agt. G0 Pass
Tallahse. Fla.


-V. U,

Money is One of

Man's Best Friends!

mWt bow to oeqte I ei the qetion.We We a 7 to
come and talk the matter over with as.

We Have Real Estate to Sell
S Mad want to sell t. We believe those who buy now will
Sad our judgment in ialees good and that you will make
mmey t o it.

Pensacola Investment Co.

AU.a wi mwmow .
Wi. IL=sum, IPuM. S.LS.L513W, Feasti.
J. .-.MAN% ..- e d t em mK aOWiUs IwanTrnsmr.
~Abd R-m$%&,es,0 8- e.
ms SON& AssallonStreet, fPeisco~g, florida.


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r;ew s-ho' a ut.oroughly
L:hLha p' obje-ct.

Doont Be An

Average Man.

Get the Shoes that will
make you happy. A pair


will do the
60 $6.00.


John White
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205-207 S. Palafox.
Phone 225.

V Be Re-opened About Oct. Ist


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equal.
Sold everywhere.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.

Leader in



and Liquors.
PHONE 171.

M. F. OONTALEZ & C., Propp.
Buy your reoal and sWock feed from
the bone muanufacturcr, encourtagirg
r.ome industry. ooctribute to home
labor, and leave your money ID your

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Diver Cae Up With a Fish in Rest of Crew of Dredge Galveston
Each Hand and One in His Were Then Almost Starved by

Hip Pocket

Special to The Journal.

Brutal Captain.

A New Orleans special to the Mobile

Walter S. Hooton,
General Dealer Ina

icy des, Bicyde Sndries

and Fitttings.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
writers, Guns, Pistols Locks and Um-
brellas repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives,
ets., sharpened.
Most complete line Jf keys In the
Try Hooton's Messenger Service
when in a hurry to send messages.
PHONE 1133.

Escambia Relay Camp, Sept. 22.- Register says: Three members of the
,We have n_?glected our correspon- crew of the Galveston, a ship without
dence for a few days, but we will try a country, met death on the trip from GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
tu do better. However, we notice our Havana to New Orleans and the r-e-
brother rallroao' men in camp at gaining twenty-three members of the lAp f han
Goulding are coming up every day crew were almost starved to death by BUle M RG
with corresponuence for The Journal. the officers of the ship, is the sub-
We are always pleased to read the stance of the charges wlAch the straa- Thor. I. Thorsen, Prop.
correspondence from the Goulding, ded seamen of the ship made herm be- HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
camp, by that we know what our fore a magistrate today. According to --
brother railroad men are doing. W? their sworn statements, they left Mo- SPECIAL ATTENTION GOVEN TO
will try to inform them through The iile several weeks ago. Before they BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
Journal of some of the happenings at had gone two miles outside of the har-
our camp. I-or one of the crew haa' a quarrel with PHONE 978.
We have one advantage over our 'he captain, whom they say was armed P. O. COX. 67..
brothers at Goulding. We have hot, with a shot gun. According to the ___
cod and salt water baths, and camp statement of the men, this sailor, who
i: in perfect sanitary condition. IF; v as a Chilian, backed off the vessel T
tanmi)ba bay has been the gre-a:est a'- :ito the sea to save himself from be- URPENTINE TILLS
i-action with us as fishing, oys-:ring, rng shot by \\il:am Lr1ach. the cap-'
.:.ug, swimming, etc., has been very tain. Then, the men claim, the cap- MCMillan Br0s CO
ain with the gun prevented any of ll o
V"e have had several very in:er-'r- them from going to the man's rescrei Manufacturers,
: races since- be.ng in camp-sail- and he was drowned. They add ia
.- row:ng and tub races aad swim- t heir statement, which is made in a MOBILE, ALABAMA.
i.iw; races. '-?al claim for their wages, that two ... .
1High diving was the principal fea- other men, both Italians, were f'orce.d
tur. of in:eres! yes.-rday. when one overboard by the officers during quar-' I A I
c c our b i.,s jumped from a tricyce rcls which took place., I MAI ? E
t The bay, cothes and all, to avoid The twenty-three men who survived
:u ng :truck by the 2122. When he are stranded here and have been sup-' Naval Stores Market.
ta,- up he had a fish in each hand. rorted by New Orleans people who Savannah, Ga., Sept. 22.-The naval,
and oue in hi- pocket and one crab took pity on their abject condition, stores "aaract closed to-day as fot-
hung t4 his coat tail. ; Capt. Leach, although admitting lows:
S \V. n ,-,,i :o san.'ary inspectors or that three men wxere lost on the trip. w .. .................... 5 4u
Ij a.>h ofticer, in our camp. as every- over, or at least that they disappeared WOG .... ....................5 15
;:ng i:s a'; :hat could lee desired, and from the ship, says that there was no N .... .. .. .................4 70
".l nt d no officers of! ':e law as all cxi... y and that the one who jumped M .. .. .....................4 65
'. boyys in; or c-amp are law-abiding overboard with his knowlpige was K.. .. .. .. ...... .... .. .4 5 ,
c.'.z, rs. W\V, n si, h i crack-a-l o. causing trouble on the ship and left, I.... .. .... .. .. ..........4 50
L .--o:ue if the .. i- shot crack-a- i' in ora'er to avoid being put in irons If .. .. .. .. ...............4 47U.'
l.'. f or the second time. G.. .. .. ................... 4 45
Our bill o( fare is very g;ol, though' The Register's Comment. F ........ ....................4 40
T'h 'ken, a.,- scarce, which we think The above evidently refers to the E.. .. .... ..................4 25
an indicai:,n that .\,.s-rs. J. C. 'ig seca-going dredge Galveston,.which D.. .. .......................3 70
!'.rn. ar,.l W F. Dav,s have at on"e ft .,ohiie about six weeks ago to re- C.. .. ........ ...........3 35
t:m,- had a run on the !' a:.d divi- turn to Germany. She was built in Spirits Turpenine 63% to 64 cents
:. n.g ,a :i '!nt to Germany to the order of a contractor;
"l< e s.. is .:' t.. ,i ,o ilh. at Galveston, who has the harbor -fff
: '* ; i a thee is ;re, ine- l;..,re, and not being up to
: a.:,a us-, .n 'the camp .k-c!fications vwe refused by the in-; The following cotton qatotat:ons are
a ;. i,,:,ini. v ait *i.,- i,'oi ue ai t ,.n.ng purchasers on hor arrival at re-ported for The Journal a'a:ly by C.
\v t nic an al' eston af;er a seormy voyage across Gunter Elmort, F. 0. B. co ton broker,
\\. hae dancing alr .he candy kitch- ti Atlantic. She lay at Galveston, 'rensacola, Fla.:
en: *i x-ce a %oek. wi c-h i- a:tende d by for a time and ws' then brought to:
'Te iadtes from ihe surr,,nin,ling coin ri port where her captain, repre- Middling ....................1015
,r.y These (.enls prove to be quito ( ning the German builders. encoun- Strict Middling ... ............10
s. urce of pl.asure ,4n the- bom s. Fido ored a difficulty in registration. Col- Good Midling. .......... .....10 3 S
and Max won firs- pr d:tnc.ng the hlctor Tebbetts refuse' to allow the S:rict Low Middling.............. .9
V ,irginia reel. d Ev-*vry on, who `s acqiuaind w:ih flag, as she, was owneC in Germany
tbe notori s.-hnan Mr. E. nd had not been accepted on this New York;Qudtations.
iar ll ow h, sh n sde. The case was referred to the New York, Sept. 22.-The following,
a' W n ii;ance hare the ru..ing cotton quotations to-
V ., W :>.,n te.::n a wo. a:tr Iw th _day:
.' "' tt rn to ,r *in.,, as en- r day
i; i,' tt ::. h haw "u- Whetu YrOur cppettbte er..............1.. o44 1o.6S
: i**. Whet Your.. Appetite > December ...... ....10.59 10.80
V'.:''M :ais at "- : r at h January.. .. .. ........ 10.59 10.80
.'..! :s k -r and then come to
M -,. r ,r.p Liverpool Quotations.
Al Trainr.,and c.:., u the Old Reliable IAverpool. Sept. 22.-The following
n'I e 1tur t are the ruling cotton quotations today:
r u *-t-h rOpen Close
i ., '' Oct.-Nov.. .. .. .. .....5.58 5.57
Sa .' ; :,N: ,. ': Nov.-Dec... .. .. .. .. ..5.61 5.6
a ,, Dec.-Jan.. .. .. .. .. ..5.64 5.6
S' : A Remedy Without a Peer
; -,,' ,," ht :., **. r*.estat' L r ral t "I find Chamnberlain's Stomach anl
,. ,. ,iver Tablets more beneficial than
. ny other remedy I evpr used for


flow One Wonian SumamU[p Him kttl-
tndo, 1 e,wvnrd HI'. 'Motber.
lit ink c ~~i ;t'c'ii a se aoinieharni

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f t 'i P "i : -: --forl-, fi)r
F *-.'- a'111'''- ; fi:'t F I-,,' v a ) I
re. -.IrI .ini Cti 1:-.7 n:td ;Z; a

1 cx f- ,I, IN 1 i':- f ir lie~r
la'- 1- n td c e : -:. My luic~
n-n- -0 '~ --!tIit Phe could
~'u',~-' .'mtc~ he!-olf- My son never
1t e he thin" .arol n''-er exl'ret!I;:d

:,. a word of thanks when his saent:on
a.' .. wv'"an finally called to them. I hnvc
I'.' t.iked with other n others and almost
h-l'.out ex-peltinm their experience is
" i.'- same. The drucbter,, are the kind-
... *t and moAS gratefui. w !, t he b y.s
Sxr,'t the most attentlorl. 1'e;p the l'-aRt
:en. atus1 nus the ". t 'rry and heart-
aehos.-Kansas City .IouI-T,..l

Pirat'ig Foley's Horev and Tar
P 'I r&7. .t. If' r 7z10

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Harold, Nor ss. 1435, Aos, London.
Niceto, Span ss, 1822, Boetegian,
Galveston and Runcorn with 1500
tons phosphate.

August Belmont, Br .s. Barnes, 2967
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Capera, Ital. ss. Agostini, S693,
Norfolk to Gulf Transit Co.
Dulcie, Br sb, Harrison, 1285, Farro
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ernesto, Span as, Omacebea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
Hesleyside, Br. as, Bedlington, 1687.
St. Vincent.
Ida, Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to
Gulf Transit Co.
Kelvingrove, Br ss, McLennan,
1938, Newcastle-on -Tyne to mast-.
Maristone, Br ss, Prout, 2513, Nor-
folk to order.
Br. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
New Orleans.
Niceto, Span ss, Bervtigui, 1S22
Riplingham, Br ss. Howorth, 1,t9,.
Tenerelffe to IFr. J. Schreypr.
6aba, Br ss. Holliday, Ibt)0, T'rrinl.la t
to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Santanderino, Span ss, l.liirr:...
1814, Tampa.
Simonside, Pr ss. Robson. 19',.
Sanderland to J. A. Morr.tt & Co.
Trident, Br ss, Innefs, 2 C:;, i'ar!ff
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 11SO, Br-
men *o Master.

Fiery Cros. Nor hk, Crt.n:- n i ".,". ;,
C(ork to naastvr.
Gariba:di, ital bk, A'-no, !JI.
Gloiircster to order.
Hua.son, Nor bk, Kn-'d-en, 771, I.L'
don to order.
Kosmnos. N.,r bk. L'a.'-n, '%"
Santa Parbara. Pr:'t hk ('arr '
633, Op jr;o to I' tar> & C'
Smeroe, Nor hk,. 01-i :, ,I 1' -
gro'n'i to A. Zel;uts.
Worner, Nor tk, T'onner-,- '
Tl rna Chr!',: a .\n i i..
1' f li-7t' ro i'r i >t r
)(or A. A 'li, \V i^i- "

lIj-ir ar Ar, m sch. i 'A x 7 -
W" ,,, *) 'f Trj s:n't ('o
N {' r- .. c. 1. e
cc.',' ,o :,!a-:'r.
A S mn ta -r.
Son yc'irs ua > ;i 1 L *- '" 0 'r
gr r t f' ; ,> i: ,' r "'t vi i C* -
of ;)1a e 01''t. i r I -
twvee'- 1i -'"::-' ) 1 l"rt n:k : ..;
nri nt;. l o w'. .',fir ;t .i t :- ;
a ;l!:iri 'i- < .-" , rei l ll1;it i > r 1
f l'se Ci)t m '.y S;0S 1o' il'0) f r'" it
"lie giat's own- t' |r wa; s coI e. Itound l it t eigarn s. lav'e. etc.. and thl :i i!e .i -.
cont wn l- skliful'y )put on ano i l'.,-, nued
by hooks uudl oye-:.
Jn.t the Way.
"Tlii aR"t he; sit. t.',t :i )(e'n):I res-
cueld from dro-vwnin h .l lie li;-'.bcie
l :' r wi'h bhot '.pdi i ntion-."'
"Thnt's just thel wvy ,Johnn1y's riotrh-
er treat.s him wen he has been swim-
miug."-Houston Post.
The Meanent Man.
A hotel kee'e,' hal Ibeen found 'n north-
ern Missouri who is so niman that when
a brby was born In one of his roiam
be Immediately wrote Its name on the
register and began charging it for roorrm
nud board.-Kansas City Journal.
Tt was wenorter with some humor

St b .-o.m noure, says j.. r. iuote, ;> -.. .- - .I--...--- -.-...-.
where the best IS Edma, Mo. For any disorder of the who stntd that at the end of a locnl
always obtainable. stomach, biliousn3ss or constipation. In.rty "the guests went home and thel
btheee Tablets are without a peer. F. r neighbors went to sleep."
s'alc by all druggists.
All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell Advt FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
r s Wetrn MTt. IThe feeling of impending doom in
Crabs, WesternMeat. secretary of the treasury and the de- the minds of many victims of Bright's
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, cislon of Collector Tebbetts was up- disease and diabetes has been chang-
25 CENTS. bhela'-. ed to thankfulness by the benefit a -
The vessel is one of the most pecu-' rived from taking Foley's Kidney
l.arly constructed ever seen at an Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's4
O IAmerican port and few seamen care diabetes and even in rhe worst cases
to ship lp her. A man who is conver- gives comfort and relief. Slight dis-
cant with shipping matters, after going! orders are cured in a few days. "I.
|| aaboard the Galveston at the Mobile, had diabetes in its worst form," writes
Did I1 Ever .Jackson and Kansas City docks, said, Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I
he would not go on her for the wide tried eight phsici.'ns i ith relief. Only
World unless there was a seagoing tug three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cur-
alongside of her. The vessel is a made me a well man." W. A
Oc UI to 1oUU combination steamer and dredge anu' D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe-
as nearly circular in form as it is pos- cary.

that an air of prosperity com-
mands rt-spect?
You know there is a very fit-
ting expression that "you can
got more with your diamonds on
than you can gt on your dia-
monds," and it's a fact.

Your Appearance

is Your Introductio
A we!!-groomed man not only
commands respect, but demands
it. and it I V*esn't require such
an awful outlay to give a good
frXut: it's care in buying.
Don't go to Mr. Credit Store
and pay one-:hird more for the
same quality. Come in and see
our line of


Phone 297
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts

s4lie to1 uuiiu a Ufloating oject. ror i
this reason seamen are afraid of her, TO THE TRADE.
and considerable difficulty was exper-I On account of quarantine, we will
ienced in getting a crew when the mas- not undertake to establish a branch
ter, William Leach, received orders house in Pensacola until same is re
to return to 'Germany. High wages yoked. We will make all oil and
were offered and Messrs. Brown an-a grain shipments from Mobile, Ala.
Jackson, boarding masters, sucoeeotd Same will go forward promptly. Send'
in gathering a crew of various nation- us your orders for high grade oils.
jlitles, who were willing to take their, PURE OIL CO.,
chances in the "Big Tub," as ft came 14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agt.
to be known.
The former chief engineer of the lgm, m, l, ixt F. .l
Norwegian steamer Mount Vednon .
signed as chief engineer in the dredge, . TERSELY TOLD
but afterwards backed out. The ves- BUSINESS LOCALS.
sel carried' four engineers and three
mates. The first mate was Y. Jacob- 1,l ** 11An Its -
sen, formerly mate of the Mount Ver-
non. A telegram was received from Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
him by a friend in Mobile last night, estimates on building and painting
stating that the dredge had come to: and give personal attention to work.
grief on the coast of Cuba. and that 932 E. Strong, and 824 East IaRua
he was going home to Norway from street&.
New Orleans.
The supposition here is that the ves. McKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale
sel was wrecked off the coast of Cuba and retail ship chand.'ers and grocers,
and that the crew were brought to the only first-class house of the kind
New Orleans in one of the regular in Pensacola. Fair 1. 'hes to all.
steamers plying between that port and
Havana. Why use itferlor paper, when you
The seamen before leaving received can buy Kelso Bond, F-ecrch Dimity,
advance notes for a month's wages and Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
were given outfits of sea clothing by, Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
a dealer on Commerce street. Mem-
bers of the Sailor's Union state thatI NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
thLey expected trouble on the trip, as ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK:
the captain had experiences on former APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
voyages similar to the one charge DAY.
by the crew, who have gone with their
complaint to a New Orleans magis- Low rates at Southern Hotel forl
trate. rooms and board.




Don't jeopardize the fu'are w.'.fare n v-r -." *" '
children Dfy neglecting to t ike !;fe i::;'

Take a Policy in The Equitable--Do It N w!

Fire, Life.

Knowles Bros.


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Phone 1052.



fisher Building.

Better Results and

Greater Satisfaction

are gotten from your Gas Range if you l,-i p It thr-
oughly clean and free from du(r. S'!tly y ;r r ir L and
learn its Individual whitn-. Learn ,- n : e si.m-
mering heat and who, the >lro;,-r. t.: r2n.' gi'.- ;
general satisfaction, but w;.li ,care aud ti-;y u can
niake yours yield special results.

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