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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 24, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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Latest Telegraphic News Service--Foreign and Iomestic=-Furnished


by The Associated Press


WEATTF: air SundayL PAGE

and Mnda; light O- Porthery

VOL. VIII NO. 222 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1905. PRICE, 5 CEN
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son's assistance, he had been beaten
to the sidewalk with a fractured skull


and internal injuries which will orob- O E FD
ably cause his d h.ath. DEPENDS ON FEVER
The u;rec:.ves. while attempt;n r to1
arrest the highwaymen,. were set up!:i
,- a crowd of bystanders, who were ap-
parent!y confederates, and police re- rantines MayPrevent H En-
inforcements were necessary befo: uaranti ay i i -
any arrests could be made. Charges tran In Othr
Montgomery. who is among the i l0 tranceIntO Other States.
arrested, and who is said to have held;
up Johnson. was beaten till he was un-'
conscious by the police. iDEFINITE PLANS WILL NOT BE


MADE FOR TWO WEEKS AT
MADE FOR TWO WEEKS AT


SIGNALS

III


HIGHWAY ROBBERY IN

HFART OF NIFW YiRK PITY


0riTHRITlE "'--"" "" '
LnT T H I 4'thbin Sight of Tw


ins Dissappointed at Attack Their A
fly's Showing in Re- W ill Prot
rd of Fatalities.
By Associated Press.
New York. Sept. 23.-Highway rob-
INENI VICTIM ',wry was a-:empted in the heart of
The city t,, ay and as result one man
is dyine ani another is badly iniutvd.
Samuel I Johnson was set upon by
H lKohnke Succumbs :wo men i, he corner of Tenth av(-
nke uccums nue and Twent -ninth street.
Only a ,,ock away there were two
Fe'S AtC de(ietectives who saw the revolver Ihvel-
ed at Johnson's head while one of his
assailants nt through his pockets.
S ArE STILL SAUGUINE Before the officers could get to John-


THAT FEVER WILL HAVE WAST-


ED AWAY BY MIDDLE OF OCT
SER AND ARE WORKING WIT


L4 ABATED VIGOR.


By Amociated Pre-.
^**ir#fr*^^<-^-<^-*j##r


New Orleans. Sept. 23.-Fol
lowing is the official report to 6
p. m:
New cases today, 46; total to
date. 2.sMe.
Deaths today, 4; total to
dale, ;
New foci. 11.
Cases unuar treatment, 310.
Cases discharged, 2.133.


Ninth Week Ended.
New Orleans. Sept. 23.-Today end-
ed the ninth week of the fight against
yellow fever in New Orleans with the
record of new cases and deaths for
the day somewhat higher than expec:-
ed. Keen interest -is centered amnjug
the public upon the death list and the
Increase here proves disappointing.
Yet while the deaths today wer?
greater than yesterday and the high-I
eat in the week. they were still much
under the record for many days in Au-
igust and thu hbc:nninm of September,
and the authorities say that neither in
them nor in the numlbr of new cas-es
is there any cause for a revision of
their opinion that the iover will prac-
t;canly hav< wasted away by the mnii-
S tilt of next nmon*h
The dea'h lis; today included ILe
name of Alexa,,dt-r l Kohnke. son of
President: E. F. K'Ihnke. o" the I;oars
of Trade. and a n, phen of Prezo lintn
Qumnian kohnke ot :he ci:\ hoair i f
S bt-alth Mr. K ,*ink' was twenty-
e.:rht ,1ar.- o'd! an wa prMinim n: in
coninm ercia; c:rm''.


Mississ'pl Summary.
Jacksone M' is. Sep:. 2) The f '
funitmar* Ifr ;odi \ is as tl,'w.' iw Ha:n
i*u-re. :- new (' ca.'- s. lour (idc -. '
i )l I.V cas' oni, nIew f : (. '
.r:.. f o,.: i \ a--. HaTl -i ', wo
1' w ca- a> tn:: ': ': i- 'i-ha;'~ '

CHOLERA NOW IN

HEART Of BERLIN

CASE WAS THAT OF A BOATMAN
WHO DIED THERE FRIDAY


FROM THAT DISEASE.


By Associated Press.
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t:; ; ti ;1 !'rn ',a.,.' -9 c''s.'-w'
t!oL to 5'n ;i'' w o f
0, ca<;. .. ti .> i ; > )te .ii 'be
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SILLI\OISA\ WINS

MARATIUHON RACE


Ill


111 iLL


NATIONS


Young Man Charged With Murder Washington Navy Yard
of One Parent Lays Awful Communication With


h


ENE AND GAYNOR LOSE ONE DEATH AND

OUT IN CANADIAN COURT ix NEW CASES


can Contractors, Charged With De-

'dinf Government, R il/Probably That Was Pensacola's Fever Re-


Have to Return for Trial.


By Associated Press. :reached t
Montreal, Sept. 23.-A decision fighting 0
against Colont-el J. F. Gayner and Cap- The de
tain B. D. Greene. American contrac- begin fur
tors wanted in the United States on stay of d(
chargesof defrauding the government, the writ
Nwas handed down by Jua'ge Ouimet in the conte
The court of the King's Bench today. the comn
It is the gem ral belief among legal extradition
m(,n here that Greene and Gaynor have the case.


he limit of their resources in
extradition.
fense has still two weeks toW
their proceedings to act, as a!
decision was ordered today onI
of habeas corpus, based upon
nationn that Junge Lafontaine,
nissioner who held them for
on, had no authority to act in


AGREEMENT FOR THERMOMETER


WHICH TIME IT IS HOPED FEV-
ER WILL BE PRACTICALLY UN- N AN
DER CONTROL. |1 U I I I I

By Associated Press.
Oyster Bay, Sept. 23.-Arrange- SWEl EN


ments for the trip of President Roose-


velt through the south have practical-
ly been completes', except tiose per-


training to his visit to New Orleans,
nu and Litle Rock.
Reports On account of the prevalence of ye!-1
29 low fever in New Orleans it is not un-
'l~elv that tl'. President mayv defr hi:


REACHES 92


DEGREES


Articles Were Signed at 6:10 p. m. Oppressive Ieat Saturday Caused


Yesterday and Protocols Will
Be Published this Week.


Many to Believe Day Was
Hottest for the Month.


C....e.at.Door of Other. ...By Associated Pre& A general impression seemed to
Crime at r of Other. Wireless Stations on At- visit to that ity until a lat t: Karlstad, Sweden, Sept. 23.-The prevail Saturday tha the thermome-
B1 oi nCa. Which event he would visit Ll:n" conference of d-,le-ates appointed to ter had made a new record for Sep-
By Associated Pro. ntiC COaSt. Rock at th, a::e time. He has been consir the dissliltion of Swedea member heat, but that such was not
Albany, Ga., Sept. 23.-A special urged not to go to New Orleans so and N a has aatd and i the case is shown by the records of
from Newton says: Quintin Mlner,long as the fever endemic contains and a has atd and it is the Weather Department. The maxi-
lit young man now in jail here charge By Associated Press. long he ever epidemic conin offlci'aly annoine I1 that a full agree- mum temperature for the day was
ed with killing his father, Rollie Mil- Washington. Sept. 23.-A report was there, but ht has also received assur- ,m n was reached and signed at 6:10 only 92 degrees which was reached
ner. after sending for several citizecu received at the bureau of equipment of ances that the fever will be stamped m.m today. The protoc)ls will be at noon. The mercury did some rapid
has made a full and complete statc- the navy Oepartment today from the out before the tentative date of hs climbing during the morning hours,
ment of how the killing occurred and Washington navy yard to the effect October 4th pblihed early next week. simultan however, as it jumped 23 degrees in
by whom the crime was committed that the wireless telegraph saio Octber 2th.- ously at Christiana and Stockholm. six hours, the minimum for the day,'
He said his mother and father were there had, during the previous night, It was officially announced tonight registered at 6 a. m., being 69 .le-
quarreling over a log when his overheard signals and bits of commun- that if the quarantine regulations of greens
mother seized a gun and shot his ications transmitted from twenty-nine the other states should prevent the RO W The lowest point reached by the
father. He said his mother got him wireless stations along the AtlantM PBI~ROKE entrance int6 tnsas or thermometer in the moathed oby Septem-
to tell the story about his shooting coast, from Savainnial, Ga., to New l eat& entrance r ithe mt
his father while the latter was asleep. Haven. Conn.. and also from the ba:- his return to Washington by rail after IUR L degrees, and this was record
Then they planned for him to pre- 'leships Maine and Alabama now on having visited New Orleans, he may] only four occasions viz: 1a88. 1889,
tend to be crazy in order to cover up the New England coast. consider the plan of making New Or- 1S90 and 1S96. The hottest September
the crime lans his final stop on the trip a Adted P ay in the past 25 years was Septem-
In making his confession, young GOVERNMENT VICTORY IN his final stop on the trip aBy Associated Prs.r 30, 1904 when the mercury regis-
Mi!ner says that he had stood :he CUBAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION returning from there to Washington New York, Sept. 23.--Hairry L. Hill- there' 96 degrees.
strain as iing as he could and would by sea. man .Jr.. of the New York Ai;ctic Clib
t1l: the truth if it killed him. Havana. Sept. 23.-The latest tele- However, no definite ulans have today )roke the world's rn c:.r% in th ,
A. a result of his confession the grams receive', here indica,, that the been made for the New OrleansW IT. thr hnbrad tor v'ad hurdl race at th W ITTE FRIENDLY
pvthor:ties have sent over and had presidential c-iec;ons have rc-uited in Nbeaw York Athletic club games at I I
M"s. Mi'n r arrested and lodged in a complete government victory Little Rock portion of the trip an; Tiaver's Island. covering the distance
jail through, ".;,' entire island. will not be made for two weeks. I r' 34 3-5 seconds. TOWARD GERMA NY


ANNIE STOREY

WILL RECOVER

YOUNG WOMAN WHO ATTEMPTED


SUICIDE


FRIDAY EVENING


NOW PRACTICALLY OUT


OF DANGER.


Physicians in attendance upon An-
r.i. Stiore.. who aLtempted suicide b\
dt.nk't;i car;roll( acid at the Oli
la.:",. "i-,e on Friday evening, now
, lieve it.,t the young woman has an
Sx,e-.lt.; chance to recover, notwi.th-
-atdni: 'h,, fact that she was badly
Snii-i.t:1 .n:rnaily tby the acia'. Sh b
'i r>.:'r, in comparative ease last
S::i' and tnless a rcap)se occurs A..
:,r,0,abll p!:1li through.
Froni a reliable source it was learn-
01 l.:ci night that the yourg wonmaa
l.a- mal'- s- eral attempts to end her
:,' :,.* vy and in the effort has con-
-i'tre'! \arii! S 0!rugs which she hop-
e, \",\ ,,;1. briug about the end.
I" has not \ e: been decided what, it
"\.t a,':m uil be taken in htr case.
i, is t :nt closely watch' i t pre-
\,'n: atn- further attempts at se.f de-
S-tt i'. a'i ,a nd The probabilnies are tha"
., :i n, b he given an oppr';ini:\
; f u':',' do herself b.~illy harm.
It is 'Iih general l impression that she
i, men ai, unblanced and if so w i4:
tn.iu'!t: .!> hbt, sent to the siate ho.--
;i-ai
NOT FROM PENSACOLA
AND WAS NOT SICK
J vick -rev e. Sept, 23.-John A.
Rwt .a;a-. a Ahi:t; man. ~gving his a !-
,:. .- a. S' (Charles H-el. co( hm-
*.t im'r -,r! i:- trouble yesterday.


S:s -h:'- he sealed n a Hav
TWENTY-F'VE MILE PACE FINISH.- S '" r '-a;ran( tlbn he was justi
;:- P' :'- :a and was feeling I::
ED WITH WrSSACHUSETTS T'' a ks a:-i t,, have br,.n
S: sai- r wert- :n the resxa':-
MAN SECOND AND A a I cor: r of y anI Waea.-
GREEK T .. Pa ;n the res.
GREEK THIRD. ,an. v -~r alarmed t): the story of
r. .-a'r and in e.'. n'ely n ifi- i
1-- F Il Mi:ier and Inspector Brb-
B Asoc ated Ps. w. ;a *'ei Ranima'-r under ar-
O ,:i2 . *- ' ,' c;,a-: r. h it.t w':b d .isori t (
e.' t' s : : '. ." ;. : ;. 1\" .t h" Di )t .'r ma' securc a warrant
' f -. .e a .-. s rasai t..s mo.-rning ch .
a '' i' :: I Kn- in: ; 11,. \'4t,,, cer.- :atinz. faise repor-s
r,' Y ": ; ,: > e> a ,,. '. :a, d! ;,;Fi-
- < 1 :i ftin . r- ;;- .. *if ..: r e a- : :-
. 1 l...i .:akz-. O' R:':.o'auir l-a- n,.: be-en out of Ja-kso .i-
ALLJti.. Gro t. :..'rd. v'.t for several months.


p
No. 1.-WE CAN AWE THE LATIN-AMERICAN REPUBLICS WITH A SIN.:A'. OPTIC.
No. 2.-AND AS A PEACEMAKER WE ARE THE MUSTARD.
No. 3.-BUT B1FORJE SOME OF OUR OWN CITIZENS WE RESEMBLE THREE PLUGGED DIMES.


,SPENDS TWO HOURS WITH GER-
MAN AMBASSADOR BEFORE
GOING TO MEET EMPEROR.

By Associated Press.
Paris, Sept 23.-M. Witte, the Rus-
sian peace plenipotentiary, visited the
German embassy today and talked tor
two hours with Prince vonRadkin, the
ambassador of Germany. This meet-
lag on the eve of Witte's departure to
meet Emperor William is another ei-
(ldence of the friendliness Witte has
manifested for Germany.

SOUTHERN LEAGUE

CLOSES SEASON

NEW ORLEANS STANDS FIRST
WITH MONTGOMERY SECOND,
LITTLE ROCK BRINGING
UP THE REAR.

Atlanta. Sept. 23.-The Southern
league season closed today ana' the
unofficial stana'ing of the teams is as.
f-'lkows: New Orleans, Montgomery,
Atlanta. Shreveport, Birmingham,
.Memphis. Nashville. Little Rock.
lTodays results are:
Southern League.
At:anta 12, Little Rock 8.
Nashville 4, Shreveport 5, (first
Samen.)
Nashville 3, Shreveport 13, (second
game.)
Montgomery 5, Memphis 6.
American League.
W:Jhington 8, Detroit 5, (first game.)
Washington 3, Detroit 1, (second
ga.me.
New York 1. Chicago 3, (first game.)
New York 1, Chicago 10, (second
game.)
Philadelphia 5. Cleveland 2, (first
game.)
Phiiadelphia 3, Cleveland 2, (second
-ame.)
Boston 7. St. Louis 2. (first game.)
Boston 5, St. Louis 0, (second
game.)


National League.
St. Louis 2. Boston 1.
Chicago 1, New York 0.
Cincinnati 12, Brooklyn 7.
Pittsburg 0, Philadelphia 2.


cord Yesterday as Well as
Day Previous.


WATER QUARANTINE


Dr. Porter Tells Why He Thought
It Necessary.


CITY HEALTH OFFICER PIERPONT
ASSURES PUBLIC THAT FUMI-
GATION OF HOUSES WILL NOT
RESULT IN INJURY TO CON-
TENTS.


. A summary of the yellow P
^ fever situation up to last night f
4 Is as follows:
S New cases, 6; Total cases to
,X. date, 67.
-* Deaths, 1; Total to date 11.
* Cases under treatment, 23.
** Cases discharged, 33. *
E******* -:****s****o**
Six new cas"s of yellow fever and
one death were reported by physicians
yesterday to State Health Offiler
Porter, the one who succumbed to the
disease being J. A. Pr'due, of 416
East Wright street, who had been 11
for several days. The cases reported
Saturday are as follows:
Sallie Williams (colored) 37 Luke's
Alley.
Ed. Ware, 317 East Intendencia
street.
Jack Daniels, 611 East Belmont
.street.
Chris Mandel, 508 South Olivia
street.
Wir. Kroll, 518 S. Olivia street.
Charles Larkin, (colored) 214 East
Romana Street.
A number of suspicious cases wori
re te.dbZp pjaItsicians yesterday and
fro ese and easeq previous Tey r
ported, which have beea under sur-
veillance, it is thought probable thac
several cases will develop during to-
day. The cases that have develop"S


within the last three- days are from
the third infection an:] i:; believed
that this series will soon he com-
pleted. The only danger lie. in tae
cases that ha;e not bee. reported iit-
medately, from which it is proba!be
that several cases will develop in the
course of another wek.


House Fumigation.
Dr. J. H. Pierpont, City Health Offi-
cer, was interviewed daturdal rela-
tive to the work of fumiuratron bei..g
carried on under direction of the city
board of health. Dr. Pierpont state.l
that the greatest care wa.- taken when
it was necessary to furrigate build-
ings and all articlfO that the fumes
of sulphur would injure were removed
before the building was sealed up.
No room containing a patient is ever
fumigated. Dr. Plerpont said these
points w"re greatly misunderstood by
the public in general who seemed to
have an idea that the fumigating offi-
cers were a set of barbarians. The
work is done in a manner to cause
the least inconvenience and dlscoin-
fort to the residents of the buiddlr.gs
where fumigation is necessary.
The Water Quarantine.
To a Journal repre-setatlve last
night Dr. Porter explained why the
quarantine restrictions had been
tightened with reference to vessels
trading with points on the bay and
sound since the cordon had been re-
moved from the district of original
infection. In this connection Dr.
Porter said:
"When the yellow fever first made
its appearance in this city it was con-
fleed .o a certain area and that area
was under cordon. After it seemed
to have been eradicated from that
district, and on account of the appar-
en- suffering of the inhabitants in
that district the cordon wad removed
and the restrictions tightened around
tho city and upon the water travel.
Since then the fever has cropped out
In several portions of the city and
as the outbreak seined general it was
not considered safe for freighters to
run up the bay because most of those
engaged In this business had their
homes at other points and there was a
possibility of their getting sick after
reaching home where, if the sickness
was not Immediately recognized, a.
as the outbreak seemed general it w"s
therefore considered necessary that
all freighters lay out a period of
quarantine in charge of the officer at
the quarantine station. After thb
period of quarantine expires the men
are examined and if no fever is fond
the vessels are given prattique. If the
situation were reverse.1 and the
freighters resided at this end of their
respective runs and remained here
each night, such rigid methods might
not have been necessary.
"The spread of the yellow fever
around New Orleans, on account of
the unrestricted intercourse between
the city and the country has been ma
(Continued on Page Three)


AN INCREASE IN


THE


*ew Orien

Yes"


PROMI


Alexander
to

PHYSICIAN


o Detectives Robbers

o Detectives Robbers


Van and Victim


ROOSEVELT'S OReI


SOUTHERN TRIPAmeri


May Decide to Make New Orleans
the Terminus, Going Home
By Water.


'BOY CHARGES HIS HEARD



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wo? PIZNACOI.A .OU5NAL. *INDAV'.MORNING ,g*PTEI$ER 14 1905.


FOLE S HAD TO BREAK

.. INTO HIS OWN


CURE


WILL CURE

any case of


KIDNEY


or


BLADDER

DISEASE


that is


not beyond

the reach

of medicine,


No


medicine


can do more.

WASU YoIP To M.
B. Spiegel. 1204 N. Virginia St.,
Evassville, Ind., writes: "Foroverfive
yea^ I was troubled with kidney and
bladder affections which caused me much
pain and worry. I lost flesh and was all
run down, and a year ago had to
abandon work entirely. I had three of
the best physicians who did me no good
ana I was practically given up to die.
Foley's Kidney Cure was recommended
and the first bottle gave me great relief,
and after taking the second bottle I was
entirely cured."


TWO SIMS SOc AnD SLO


SUL AU KmUEIDES ST
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Druggist and Apothecary,

Professional Directory.
PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
Attornmeyat-Law.
4to*m 405 Thieen Building.


THOSE. PEBLKY,
LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
COiLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
PHONE 655.
J. P. STOKES,
S Attoneyand Coun-llorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.
QCOROE DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Reem Sti Thieeen i'ld. Ph.ft 7f4

WELSH & SMITH,
DENTIrT&
Fither Building, 204' south Palafte
Street.
PHONE 625.
1m. JNO. m. LTILLM,
Dwutlst.
Room 9, Brent Bulising. Phae., 8

WM. D. HOWE,
Attorneyand Counsellor at Law
401 Thiasen Building.
L. C. PHILLIPS,M.D.
HOMEOPATHIST.
Olce at No. 7O S Palafox. Blonal
Buaidiang.
Oice Hour-S.lO to 11 a. m., sa&d
I to b i). i.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phon,
U6-two rings. Office Phore GL
undakA-Suhc-t to call

Pabst


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Deer,
has no equal
Sold everywhere.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.
eader it Importec Wines
and Liqurs*
PHONE 17'L
aL 051 SOUTH PALAPOK ST.
PE 'SACOLA. FLA.


HOUSE


Young Married Man Who Pranced
About House in His Nighti
Gown Tryiug to Get In.


They are telling a rood story on a
arriof Pensacal MOTHERS, 00 YOU KNOW
w1 s wife, like a u roat many otherD Y K
mc.,,' .-ou the many so-called birth medicines, au,
mn ives. is s n~mw sojourn o most remedies for women in thetreatmen'
mr.. L, up :he couz:ry where th3j of her delicate organs, contain more oc
frost i- on tiho puimpki( and the corn ls opIu, morphineand strychnine?
is. in 1t hck.'" Do You Know that in most countries
n drugdsts are not permitted to sell narcol
This gentleman had retired for the ics without labeling them poisons?
nigh: bu' as the weather was pretty! Do You Knew that you shoud ot
wara: and "he inside ot the house ntke lantsrliy ay mnedae tor thq
sFti(med miih',v large and most al- P9a8acO'ME.@yl prom y.
i ..... .' he thong-:: it WoUld be Do You Know Frti
S:ni( nasant and comfortable :al I sapped exWtellly Only?
.lt c in ite hamnock otx o te i Do Yo Know thatMotlber's FrwKa
, c'h. .spt''a:v as ii was already is a celebrated prescription, and that i1
Si'.edl wh a moui o T)a- and the has been in use over forty years, and that
J ", w a .!ining : i' bri ht t each bottle of the genuinebears the name
S.n wal- -i had. h"e windows of The Bradfield Regulator Co. ?
screenedH wu h ha r n and as he Do you know that when you use thh
srerene w;n ro -rc n and aohe remedy during the period of gestatior
hweni door bhind him tr kep the mo-bei that you wiile free of pain and bem
hi door behind hinm 1o kep (lie mo- healthy, hearty and clever children?
(l;iioe- on:. whe, *"'li-k'" went th Well, these thingB are worth knowing
Yal( lock (onthelInsidA. and the gentle- Theyare fact&. f druggists at $1.wo
inan. who was atlire i' nothing more Don't be persuaded to try a substitute
Tb.: a w'iite nich, eown, found hinm- Our.little book "mMoth bsd" flee
;A- 'k out of his cwn house, h-. t:nE AIBM aU KXEj ATO0 OS., Mait o f
kec' on tht inside, no one in taere
t,. open the door for him, and his ;
.rEicu;v atiire hardly fitting him to A
tali on tit. neighbors for help.
The n inaows w(re all securely
fas --nCi and the only way he could -AT APALAC ICOLA
g' in:L) ihe house was to break in. 5 F Ui
Bui hee e a difficulty presented
i elf: lie ',l1e not wait un-
ti: mnirniag. h cau-c he did not core MOW THE REFUSAL OF THE
to have ti, public see him prancing
ab.ut the place in his night gown, STEAMIER TARPON TO LAND
an( he was afraid to begin operations
in thi mn neiih!orsa or a policeman might shot' IEGARDED.
hit;. for a thief trying to break into
t.<. louse.


Alter mature deliberation, however
he decided to take the risk and break in
,hat night and after working for near-
ly an hour he succeeded in getting a
back window unfastened so that na
could crawl into it. The balance of
tie night he spent on the inside of
zhtL house.
CONGENIAL WORK.
It Is One eo the Grmatest Petes roPe
G.od Health.


Congenial work with mind and hands
should be encouraged n all persons
for it. prophylactic as well as its
curative lafiences. Rest will prove


A special from Apalachicola to the
Atlanta News says: The day yellow
fever was announced at Pensacola the
steamer Tarpon was approaching the
wharf here direct from the infected
city. A committee of citizens were
hastily gotten together and went out
to meet the Tarpon ana represent to
har the opposition of the citizens to its
discharging its passengers here.
On the next trip of the Tarpon here,
Carrabelle and this city, seeing the
gravity of the situation had establish-
ed a rigid quarantine against the Tar-
pon and all other ,.boats coming from
Pensacola. For the past twelve days
the Tarpon has been lying off East


PENSACOL'S


ENERGETiC
MAYOR



City Executive Likeneod to Mayor
McClellan, of Nw York by
Editor of Municipal
NOS.

Some time since Mayor Blis., re.
ceived a communication from Editor
Wip. S. Crandall, of ;he New York
municipal News, a recognized author-
ity upon Municipal affairs, relative to
the city of Pensacola, to which he re-
plied at considerable length. A re-
cent issue of the Municipal News con-
tain the following comment and ex-
tract from the letter of Pensacola's
Mayor
Pensacola's Live Mayor.
Mayor Charles H. Bliss, of Pensa-
cola Florida, like Mayoi McCellad of
New York, was formerly a newspaper
man of wide experience, who appre-
ciates fully the advantage to be gain-
ed ty a plentiful use of "printer's
ink" Mayor Bliss is very enterpris-
ing and up to date in his methods.
Speaking on August 11 of the public
affairs of Peasacola, the Mayor said:
"Probably it will be of interest to
know that we have recently passed
an ordinance for the issuing of $750,-
000 Improvement bonds. Under the
law, an issuance of bonds has to be
ratified by a vote of the people. Wo
held an election on August 22d for
the purpose of the approval or disa.p-
pioval of this issue of bonds, and
there was little opposition.
"These bonds are for the purpose
of building a water-works. $250,000;
and $260,000 for additional sewerage;
$150,000 for street paving, $75,000
for a city hall, and $25,000 for a po-;
lice station and jail. 1
"We have within the past week;
passed an ordinance granting to thel
Pensacola, Alabama & Western Rail-
road Company a franchise giving them
rights of way through certain streets
in our city and transferring to them
certain valuable water-front property
on the bay. We have also this week
passed an ordinance granting similar
privileges to the Pensacola & North-
eastern R. R. Co. The water-front
property granted is considered to ag-
gregate a value of approximately
$1,000,000.
"The projectors of the roads pro-
pose building a line of road from Pen-
sacola to Andalusia, Ala., and a line
of road from Pensacola to Memphis,
Tenn., and the estimates show the ap-
proximate oqtlay to be about $Z5,000,-
000.
"Pensacola haa one of the best


serviceable doubtless in umbeas of Paaa, wilie her oMficers and Dr. Por- health records of any city in tme
came, but its application sbohld be 9- ter, state health officer, were, it is re- United States. Her rigid quarantine
stricted and caref,.lly studied. There ported. urging the governor to use the during the last quarter of a century
are many eonditi4h where absolute necessary means to force the people nearly, has kept ,the city free from
rel will not onlv' prove useless, but of Carrabelle and Apalachicola to al- yellow fever and other diseases.
Sm low the Tarpon to land and deliver her "Under the present city administra,-
really armful. T send a man fom passengers and freight. However, the tion the city Is improving her sani-
an active business life to one of con- Tarpon diac not dome to this port till tary condition, and is cleaner today
plete inactivity will often prove dis- Sturday. It is reported in today's than it has ever been, possibly, in her
astrous, as much so as to prescribe all Pensacola papers that hereafter the history heretofore, and the people
food for the obese. Tarpon will not make Carrabelle and have very little fear of yellow fever.
The nervous will complain that they this port. This action by its owners When our new drainage and sewerage
do not feel like work. If left to them- is supposed to be based on the quaran- system is established, we will, with-
selves and told to do absolutely noth- tine established against her. out doubt, be the most healthful city
log, not even to read, they are sure to Owing to the location of this city, it in the United States, and possibly iu
dwell upou their Infirmities and grow having no agricultural region near it. the world."
thereby morose and bypochoodriacal, and no railway to bring supplies an
thus ueressing their nypohvalidism. Thea epidemic of fever at this time would FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
thu s ,ucrasing their Invalidism. The^^ be a serious 'blow to it.
desire for work should be encouraged Every one admits Dr. ,Porter has The feeling of impending doom in
in all eonlitions and in all classes. If made a great fight at Pensacola and the minds of many victims of Bright's
ones interest is aroused even to a in doing so he seems to have forgot- disease and diabetes has been chang-
slight degree a continuance In the work ten the aajacent cities. He has shown ed to. thankfulness by the benefit oe-
will develop a desire for occupation. ill temper at the city officials quaran- rived from taking Foley's Kidntey
One will never feel like work if one tining against Pensacola and other in- Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's
has nothing to do. Work will often ac- fected points. It is regretted that the diabetes and even in the worst cases
complish what medicine, however prop- owners of the Tarpon propose to dis- gives comfort and relief. Blight dis-
erly applied, will not, for it Is not continue this as one of its places of orders are cured in a few days. "I
alone that we must a our bread by landing. This action seems to be In had diabetes in Its worst form," write,
alone that we must earn our bread by thenature of a boyett but the cit Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I
the sweat of the brow, but every man re still determined that every- tried eight phlsicins with relief. Only
and woman should work for the pleas- thing possible hall be done that every- three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
ure of it as well as for the health giv- yellow fever out of this city as it is made me a well man." W. A.
ing. brain expanding results and the now on the eve of a growth and pro&- D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe.
benest of example.-Medical World. perity such as it has never known be- cary.
fore. Low rates at Southern Hotel for
sa.w tle. rooms and board.
At the sidewalk of one of the ferry Titles In Germany.
houses in New York recently stood a The question of title is one of the .'*-4g iM aM t
police vehicle, backed against the curb most delicate in Germany, a fact of -
awaiting its load. Walking leisurely In which the stranger is constantly re- OBITUAR.
the center of the pushing, racing mob minded in Intercourse with the people, -
from a landing ferryboat was a tramp, particularly with the women. Fra i Galtano GiardinI.
all rags. but placid of manner. At his Professor. Frau Director, Fran Doctor, '
side walked a bluecoat, who led him to are most particular about their hus- M 4
the waiting patrol wagon. As the band's titles being attached to their
tramp was about to enter he bethought own names. But when it comes to mil- Gaitano Giardini, one of the oldest
himself, and, standing on the wagon itary circles it is different, and both Italian citizens of Pensacola, passed
stelt. he leaned far out to one side and men and women protest vigorously away last Tuesday September 19
to the driver he called in the drawling against this sharing of titles. Lieuten- 1905, at hi8 late residence, 35 South
voice of a bored boulevardler, "Home, ant von B. objects to having his wife i Sprin-,Street.
t '- % A ra 1Al + o


Newbro's
THE ORIGINAL REMEDY THAT
SCHOOL CHILDREN.
Every school child should kt:nw that baldness Is
a contagious disease, caused by a microbe. Prof.
U'nna, of Hamburg, Germany, discovered that dand-
ruff, itching scalp, falling hair, and final ,baldness
.tie produced 'by a germ or microbe that passes
from one head to another, where it burrows into
the scalp and by multiplying and extena'ing deeper
and deeper into the hair follicles, saps the life of
the hair root and produces baldness.
IT TAKES YEARS
to produce complete baldness, for the action of the
dandruff microbe is not constant in every case. It
is governed by predisposition, by the state of health,
by environment, but particularly by the endeavor
made to combat the growth and development of the
dandruff microbes, which can only be destroyed with
This new antiseptic scalp germicide Is past the
experimental stage. It was made to destroy the
germ that causes dandruff and falling hair, and by
coaxing energy back into the impoverished bulbs,
It enables the hair to grow naturally and luxuriantly.


r


Ag f s~I A J


Herpicide.
"KILLS THE OANOWRUPF ORM. %
Thousands of letters from ph lcians, 014 lt
and laymen tell the same story of its wondrful
success.
AN IDEAL 44AIR DRKSItNV4
It Is fortunate for those who understand the new
rules for scalp cleanaiess that the antiseptie quall-
ties of Newero's Herpicide make it the mast de-
lightful and refreshing hair dressing imaginable.
Chronic baldness is incurable; save your br, whlle
you have hair to save.


WILL ALWAYS USLE IT.
I received your sample bottle of WIerpleide and
used it according to directions, and I am delighted
with its cleansing and soothing effect. I shall I'
ways use and recommend It
Wufaula, Ala. IlNORA. BVALLOA .
WITHOUT PARALLEL
I am now and have been using Herpieid for some
time. It gives better satistaction for dandruff and
ailling hair than anything I have ever uaed ad I
have used others for ten years.
Anniston, Ala. L. A. 7'LUMT.


W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Dru&Wit and Apothecary,


SPECIAL AGENT,
121 South Palafex Street, husack, Mtda

Destroy the Ca use-You Remove the Effet."
At Drug StoresMl$. hd8l tSt=u ftr mapetodth 4 Otryi.e., 0 0A ,NO AbdO v0
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Now Running in


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Sherlock


Journal.


of


Holmes


By A. CONAN DOYLE,
Author of "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," "The Hound of
the Baskervilles," "The Sign of the Four." "A Study IR Scarlet." gI.


.... r. Giardini woo i, o z. u Lwvsedat s
:"address-ed as Frau Lieutenant, which age o fifty-five ears, ad been illor s
title b t asa fGfivears-d been1i which have been stamped as te ge
title belongs as well to the wife of some time with typhoid fever, and
scriptural Revenge Lieutenant Schmidt or Haff of a leas ence his death was not unexpe ed.
A letter in the Christian Register aristocratic regiment His remains were laid away W-1 't
li of a minister's su who had been neidav evening at four o'clock in St. w nt Ce tr F c i
so disobedienut at table that he was Michael's Cemetery, in a vault ndt,
b-nibhed to a smnll table by himself. USEFUL DISCOVERIES. the floral tribes were many and'o \' ff
to eat there until lie should repent and -- hautif ul. Y U Can t I IOrd to muss these
reform. Hlie could not even join in the Are Not Always Startling, Neither Do Mr. Giardini was born in Italy in
family grace. but was told to say grace They Create the Most Talk. 1S51. On reaching manhood he decided d s
at his own little table. So from his to cast his. lot in th' new world, and
Store of Scripture selections he choe : n e m with tha in v always the 'ra miost t s Iupo N-e vi atr eteOes. Y O c an get he i
this: -0 Lord. I thank thee that thou taz'iin- d <_'ries )f science that vesel bound for New Orleans. After
bast prepared a table for me in the -"' most .sefful to rth ,,human race. spending some time in New Orleans
ast e a tble for m n e comparatively f(w p-.ple were di- ab. went to Birmingham. and from
presewee of mine enemies." re(',y interested in Herschel's finding there he came to Persacola and'
of the new planet I ranus. but many, worked for a few months loading tim-
A Taste of Fame. tit:c:sands have been benefited by! be, in the bay.
When Thackersy was a candidate Prof Unna's ex-perimen1s. which Then he started a small fruit stand; Th d o u rn
for parliament from the city of Oxford prov-d beyond a question that Dan-! on South Palafox Street. and had fair
BsoIe one remarked to him that he druff and Baldness are the results of success. He next started in business
must be well known to most of those I the inroads of a parasitic germ which! as a Commission Merchant and whole-'
whose votes he sought. "Now," said invad(o the roots of the hair. saie fruit dealer, and built up a busi[.
Thackeray. laying down his knife and The discovery of the true cause of ness that would have been a credit to0
fork and holdtin up a finger. "there balhiness made Newbro's Herpicilei any map with a better English educan-1 .
was only ,ne ::.an among all that I possible. Herpicid. effectually kills' tdon. He owned two or more blocks; .
tolsee n had he-a ro na m t th lpo erm. Destroy the cause you r of real estate on Wt Zarragossa leans, the marriage taking pace -i' In all relations of his life, Mr. Giar-: died. The funeral services were co-
w'rent t o s etrmyn emrve the effect. and Baylen Streets, and was worth thia city where he had met her. He dini showed himself to be a man of ducted at St. Michael's Church by
before. and lie was a circulating Ii- or-r sale by W. A. LYAlemberte, probably $1*0,000.00, or more at the is survived by two sisters of Green- character, being a devoted husband Rev. Father Turner
brarian. Such is mortal fame!" That druggist and apothecary, 121 South time of his death. ville, Miss., a brother of Birmingham and father.
was in 1~7 and '-Vanity Fair" had Palafox Street, or send 10c in stamps In April 1U8. Mr. Giardini was mar- Ala., and a wife, three daughters, and He was a Catholic and received the Low rates at Southera Hotel fot
been published ten years. j to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. I ied to Angelena Rizzoto, of New Or- two sons, of this city. j blessings of the Church before he' rooms and board.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1905.


Pure Woolens GOULDING CAMPIAPANESE MAY NATIONS TO

S e i S T I ested by theI I H

Stein.RMae Wool Test 'RPLIS O E 0 IAVE DADE CLEANINSP'up


MVInanw~u w.aw


are the basis of


Stein


"-'-"rn-s


ESCAMBIA


COUNTY


FUND


- 10 All Charges and nsinuatons a Colon May Me from c Contriutions Come in Slowly Not-

i swered in Deail by Press Ratone, Near Palm Beach, withstanding Much More


t2presentative of Gould-
ing Camp.


Be on yOw guard and


to Georgia.

The small colony of Japanese locat-
ed in Dade county may Dull up stak's


Will be Needed.


Donations to the fund for c
up the city continue to come
1 i h di 9 r* i oim si* d lii'


i'n ii


l this lbel: Special-ti The Journal.g .. ..
Pik for thk abe (P1ld:n Relay Camp. Sept. 23- and move to George. The Atlanta ihoney than has already be 'n ,in-.' !
G Rlay Caonstitution says w:11 he needed to accomplish th,, wrk
s( n s(Yerstoday-'s Journal a communi- Georgia may get a small colony of c an;,mp 'a;d by the (itizens' i:-
Un--L&l Sfor lTrS Ye ,;.;i~on from our railroad. brothers and Japanese silk growers. Thierc is such '"C- The amounts cont rim -i,i1 and
-n is of ,sw *bia R. ',.. am. We*!-e lnan ,es o i the donors, as !,a: a. ,-i"-
I='M nOe s- .:s.fo is of E.Ycaabia Reoayf Camp. We itcolony now located at Boca Ratone, tiered. are as follows:
rt glad :nde,.' t, one, hear from the rear Palm Beach, Fla., some of whom The Donations.
s, and To know of theer quietude. are anxious to go to Georgia and en-. First Nat;onal Bank .......... $l-0,)i
'nother>y-,e, their great Escambia gage in silk culture according to Jap- W. S. KeyOr Cos.............. 210.,)
::rat.Iion s and their numerous adlvant- anese methods. Amaerican Na'ional Bank ...... 2 ',ili
(a-'s or 1:, p or boys at Goulding. Through G. Ichinose. who appears to Conso:ia .1 ;rocery t Co ...... '.",
l n po: ta c1a r a c t e r o f al l t i e F r . . 1 ',: '. . . . . . . . 5 1 ;.0 -
Y t no: a ldi of all this is envied be the leader of the little Flr a c ,o, l-('- Th,. *C.i ,. St e ..............1 i... 1
m a.,.y of us, as we are all tohe ny from far away Japan, applict tion canai.n ai : Co.......... n
( n"" b*.lr ithar hi boye taat any one ever was made to *he state deparLtmeni arf l.d-uI:& i.............. ....
e* :" always. pleased to share slch ngrctilture for information regaedntg V A. h,4r............... l.
srings of comf !)rt to everybody tlhe silk industry in Georgia. The Jap- .' ). ilm. ................. l,,o
t ,,w c. ,r e w ish to ask that our ainese seem ed to think the stale I-- i' ." a ( h, ... .at .er C o pany..... . IIfl '
!,.-oth(r and contemp.rary not resort rnment was back of the silk industry e E ro n 1
pa:revarication%, ilis it used to b in Georgia, and wanted to see if they o M C rooks... ............1.. i
7 : iTE5 [ ENl 1ailedl or insinuations that will tend could not make some arrangement to Pen acola Investment Co..... 1... .i
rltfl,-: urnion the character of an" join in the work. M. F. Gonzalez................ 25 j'.
C. C. Goodman, Geo. Arnsperger .ollur ts. Mr. Ichinose says there we:e nine- S- horn Stares Lumber Co. .. 1, .01
the advantages which our con- teen in the original Florida colony, but C )nmsooiaed Naval Stoi'es ('Co..
S-- :nmp orara. says hheh have over us, to- one or two have gone to os In to -ma Anerican Lumber t'.. o
R M 4 (,'her with his exaggeration of in- study. The members of the colony ar SaundAm. e Mill Co.............27,.,
j rinn's and attractions. I shall reply not well pleased with their present 1o- J. R. Saunders................. i.0,
WatcthnaTker.i Manresctaring d l o each in theO r orls itr. cation, because their crops have not Pensaeola, St. Andrews &
:d Graduate Optecil While my acquaintance with the been altogether successful, and be idT Gulf Steamship Co.......... ".5 0
Ir Palator Street P*nacula wrt n ulenhnn and my opportunities to some of taem are not practical farm- D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
S 1, arn of his varacity and powers of ers. Yet he states some thirty or J. Geo. White ................. 5.0'
41 ,,u11 10 are very imided. yet mv forty more are coming from Japan to S. P. Shotter Co.............. 2i.0
.,p:niin is that he is what is termed join' them. Among the number no.V Jos. Coleman ................ .00
I ER L OLD. riceo-chetlng torpedo, whose florid here and yet to come are several ex-' A. F. Warrene................ 25.0
Rhetoric and able writings would pert silk culturlsts, two or three of M. L. Roch .................... 5.0,
M.ar:ia na Ti:;,esCo'-"i r At Hoge- ring to blush the aurora borea- them have been educated at Japa.a-ce Jno. B. Jones................. 5 Ot
bo,-i1m tie' ng ',--:.coia Journal !Is-or a clclt!um light, which naturally;silk schools, besides being natives o, T. H. Lannon & Co............ 15 0-o
Tn,. wA- "in !n4 wI r ~'''.y and pop i would awaken one's knowledge of his an important silk district n .Japah.' m. Johnson & Son...........2 .2 ',!
t *ta: pT; :. !.. e,.k. inahhiit, to even endeavor to compete They think, according to the writ-r,, Clutter Music House........... 12 o
wi hth the renntlomen in a reply. How- that they might make a good thing of: Meyer Shoe Sto:-e............. .I
1",.',r Pf. elIe w:' from t ~~er, I wilh make an effort with a few the silk industry in Georgia if 1i:eY Standard Clothing Co......... 10.C'
1 '. S. :ar THo:i,, aN ork City. fncts and truths. could be given the opportunity. Douville Timber and Land Co. 1.of
I:at I '.e ,. .aI, a :. i t!me antd First. As to the hot. cold and salt The state. of course, is only inter- Maxwell & Reeves............ 20f>
S. ks Ne: York i.s t.. eate.s plac vater bath-, there is none; we have estea' in silk culture as it is in all new S. Pasco, Jr .................. 5-,
on Iarth. ,ll these. We have plenty of ice cold industries, affording them only such p. Campbell ................. .. '.
T::irt-en de' ndtan, were before wat r. plenty of salt in the camps and encouragement as is consistent with; H. H. Boyeir..................".0
H ,,rie L.aney for tr- a i ;n the Mun:- 150-gallon p(x in which we make the the laws; but Commissioner T. G. Kress & Co.................. 10 4,
S. (,mr:r Saturda 'rng. Otn wa:er ht far the boys in the large Hudson, of the agricultural depa-t- D. Hale Wilson................ p-,
:, (an: wa. d.sc. ::' one ca: ,' hh tuw a wish to say that this nent, referred the letter to Louis B. A. M. Aver'. .................. 00
C< nuedi one givtn '".. 4 an'ys. a.. I < ,aili applied, and none has ever Magid. president of the Seri-culture (.ordon & tBrown .............. 1. "
ti1,- imposel upon, remain it, : ren remnions rate i by any of the ctti- and Manufacturing Company. of Tai- Thos. Pebhly. .............. 5.100
8e, t77In :0 $'7 a(d n; for bathing in view of the ladles. lulah Falls. Ga. This company is de-Forbes Furniture Co......".... 460'
1 T ,- not this a fact. boys. on your part? veloping perhaps the largest silk N. G. Foreheimer.............. (i'.I.i
T : .. k : -. Clara. L As tc the high diving; fish farm in the south, having planted hun- H. G. DeSilva & Co............. 2- 09,
H ''ar sai [lian. i o: th. flt: 'n p"ck, s and crab on the coat-tailI dreds of acres in mulberry tree. for W.. A. D'Alemberte .............li ow
a.. w ,. ,e y 4401'ave it to the Intelli- the purpose (if fee hng the silk worm. Jas. McHugh ..................25.(")
th:e "-h .-,, m ,u .n of he reler. It is very prob tate Will Furnish Ait Sol Cahn & Co............... ")0
*The ,i :It- i 0.1.' '- u.n \ ii tII :d.le. h <'wever, that this high diver t B. Gerson.... ........ ....... .. 1500
S, .. ed in ac- insane by fright of some onl in Mr. Magid had replied to th le erJ. Kryger ................... 17.0
con: .1 ..f atai.- rsui he wo never dared ap- of Mr. Ichinose. offering opportunities Green & Watson ............ 10.00
c:," of -. b cpi ,: ri w',e woliL never dared aP-,at Tallulah Falls for any of the Jav6G. C. Vatso n o............ l1.i09
SM Pu,, M.r-h, T. F Mc.-' '-1nch a tw- mile trestle n lead or at Tallulab Falls for anof the Ja-. CVaPelt................. 5.0
.. A ..in. a l-' ,r om r*ive engine. anese who tmderstand silk -ul re. The Pen acola Journal......'.. 5 .0
-"- .',r.-: Third e are nil- iA rd We a retL C. B. Parkhiih ................. 100
: .. I 3 1 : < n' antar condition of their order of the arrangement which the Naval Stores Export Co........250.
S xp. I t "mi'm This is quite an improve- land owner makes with the cropc B. Wright Co............ -
who grows cotton on shares. A s B rig Co..............2,
Sll''. o Fnt. Mr.. for which we commendi wo growsettn on sares. A l slt '" N.Apostleo.................. 2.,^00
S.... 4 cuI."., or i > Thi seemed to be very- much copper is menuualut avid Hyer Co .............2..5 ,0,
,I n. 1 i : a eti e the writer, to gla of late, is given original thin R G. Bushnell ................20 0
e sor te others, was n other s agid propo;e lr .......... 1



Sp cal- o T e o se thrtoA tess Aie s o from on this proposition. but as it is A. i ter.................. 100'
h we dt noh t t say ethat you nit tA ta .iLC .................. 1.
So'l- M ss'l-,a t oi'vrt ''ack-a-lwo ais hore s no ng glad to mo t Georgia. J. Dunham ............... .

t ATL A UR H Ln a 7Which,' n shoot except a sand bed- m Should the lapanese come and un-Gulf Machine Co .............. 25.0f,
father plh0asant advantage over usa dertake silt culture in oeorgif lley O. H. Smith & Son............ 10 oi
F:-t h. Mr. Horne and Mr. Davisiwill have a quantity of their hnAi. Bar PiloJs ..................25. 0.i ,
-: that They are very much surprise' silk worm s sent from Japan and W B. rLaman..................
eIooIs s i Pt he a resMatllo s: ied wth t heir A. DB.Lt in yr .. ................ 16 0) ,
MR. O R L. PUG A MRS.. see he chickens roosting so low and will use their home metho in the Sarrit More .............. .0
-EVELYN D PRIC ARE UNIT. ihe geese so close to the railroad, so work. W. S. Rosasco ................ 11 .
.on after sone of the a cambia boys Marine Grocery Co ............ t'.
ED IN MATRIMONY. were taken off the Pensacola and Selma W ORS e THAN e u ..... ..............
run They say that they purchase F.T. G oliwe & Co ............ 25.0
Special to The Journal lyir oh Tennessee chickens anve do J. C. Porter & .................. 100I'
:,ure Sop -'.: Thur.tayh a" t andl, goes at any price, or gif'. YEL LOW JACK ..A. Chaffin .................. 2= "
S(,:ok p m.. it sn:a' "iawv of m'"a iefth. "Drew" is here and any inti. Ia. H. Thornton................ 10, 44
t.MR- a riendo. r of the Nirde and : inn or ins.nuititon that Drew i. l .1iB. rIol(ris................... 10..
EV- E L Yn -,1-rbled at thI rE-:dencT- o hu:1v of e sEng profane language or of J. P. Williams Co............. 1oo0 ,
M: anl! Mr- G n' ... qo itne- ..:'-.rin o'ral conduct In an. particular J. M. Burrow is just in receipt of a T. A. Jennings ................ 1:1.,1,
1n mae:.::n, on Mr. Oo,' ha 1 u, h an ensui* to every man In camp. GI.tter from M. H. Judd and wife who o. W. W\right.............. .'.i
f H la and M:- yn iv 1 r tis en of the most genial and are at present at Wildwood, N. J. I Cash ....................... 5.
Vr1 o\ '- ,,a, W. F. Mar ,nd ature.d officials that any onea which he expresses deep ympathy Quina & Gutiman ............ 1.2,
:, of larcHSeci t thoT :aed. Ailtvru ,,--.r had :hen pleasure of meeting. His with the city of Pensacola 'a hdr lrs- Frank Reillo ............... ..7, ,1,
i:, m :,, ren :T freshmanns iys for filling the position which ent affliction. Some extract from theiS. A. Friednian................ I.l
0'Ito :, ,o .now holds. master of trains, is un- letter are as follows:I D. Dannheisser ..............
Sa': nh, ssterof eMr'. a:' .. The company may con-: "I am sorry thattPensacolahashad H. O. Anson ................... 10'
F, n' !,,- ie'f t u" Hill r, :a-ulate themselves on being so for-I such luck and hope their will be able .Marston & Quina ............. 2o .,
ht ( .:i. ow; OI.a(' I.urin- t.ha : :'rate as to have such an fficient to stamp out the fever soon. I think W. J. & Fories..............
tim (- ha No:. a7 f p anl z Ih'h Iro.,,n-leian in their service.t n theya will because they have sOine N. Goldring. .................. 1,,
',' n ,f ,' ,,: < c,,m n, l.. Sixth. As to dancing etc.. we alls ood workers lhere and I think they. Dash.. .. ..r................
M: l'.i:h I>a :; home an I ,old otursIvcs aloof from such revelry.' are on the right track to do it. If I W. H. Whit4' & Co............ 7.,),
or- .. ,,, :0 .:-, F-r.,ia an. w" :,iilge only in the singing o 'had been there when the fever bro'e Warren Visih Co.............. 1,0t 4


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,:- a: H, l:v. -acr',,i s. which are swEetly ren- out I would not have run away as 1 Pensaeola Stables ............
1:, .,: b' 'he chir composed of D. lo not think it more dangerous than C. Thiesen ..................
I'u.ih -' remain in V.:iamni< F. F. Williams, E. E. John- typhoid and lots of other fevers. iSoute;n Bll! Telephone Co..
a ; ,'a week- atfer -',n. A. F Davis, J. M. Fleming,. B. "There is a town in Pennsylvania no: J. S. McGauhey. .............
:' !.,. a,, HoII: :,mii- I.. r and I.oy.vd Hahn. Ifar from here where they have 186 Armour Pa.i"ling Co .........
,': -, '. i ' V"- P 'ch for 'Iw n, would >e0 clal for Mr. Wilson to a hard time to stamp it out. There ar-' s;ar Laun.dry ...............
tn ,a' or a parner ay him :ar s nuet re!,a rs to his (Mr more deaths from it than there are 1, S. Bro'.v,: & Co. ............
\V~ssor's) cl:i'kcn tackle. We infer from yellow jack in Pensacola. but Judge H. Beliinzer. ...........
'.m-- i ::is that Mr. W. had employer i till the people do not run. It is only Marks & Gayle ..............
MAKES 147. H to':e to lengthen the line and' he name yellow fever inat scar-Y the Swift & Co... ..............
, GOOD SHOWING "o-i !: -h was necessitated by the people." Mrs. Fanni, Hend. r .......
'i,ken:;- :,In;: higher to roost. Mr. Judd states that he and his wife ';.'K z;e Oer:rin & i ,.. .....
2 Th, ',hic- c.n Eih'". As to "Bill Johnston." we! are about ready to return hivn but ),'.r -Ai:n C ...........
;.. ,': o ,e:; w- rin-. k n ter "'nk rtha' he has a severe case he hesita;tes on account of h:s ifc' I S a'' *' .. .. .. .
; x e'!\ ,: pur," a wh\v ih is about to run into health. He says. however, tha. she' is ('trpens National! an' ..... .
',,:* w "- the te'i- :ui '.ia. not afraid of yellow fever in r'e & iast. .. & N. R i?. 'o ...........
-:;':< 'nvies'iga-- Mr EK E Johns'on. the boarding' i. W. M -' .................
: aste- .:urni-hes us with plenty of 'It. T. C:r"..................
Sam n u ;) t ens. okra. swoee potatoes. red F ...............
St.; ::: tha" ":: .-napperS and in faci everything good N' tlc L :'I ;;t. ('o ...........
Sl.'. ,,, s ". a'. Mr. J. .D Maxwell and Joe I' k. T" -m nV-l Ra.1 :w': >..
*. .r, :1n .-:'i !orne \. n r often bri:ng us a nice string, Golding F',rti:`z r ',1 ........
S:ifi', .:: la-e ire'm. I, n the first place. The sto:nach mus '; .i'hU C. A\ :ery ............. .
.. : h. cIv::::- ; e wi,: c'ose for h.s time and write i made strong so that 't:e food will :e ... .. .. ..........
ain 'n a which :me we will men-1 peperlVy digest'd, the bowe:s op'n) i !- v. t' .. .... ........
*.,, -- of such "o-n ,ur procedings. which is and the blood ma'Ie pure. In th,- W'h-i-Krh C> .. .... ....
r -" oa*.. to th. b i "ne ,,'f o :. most interesting features second place, we ailvise you to us-' R ..de.-F .( h1.-,,.'i t'.. .....
;,, :,'v h, 'r- in our ( o ,c as.onal par-' The ca-' :ast nigh' was that of it has proven time and again its won Colored List.
o0 :,, comeiatn. The Goul.'inz Relay Camp vs. A. F. derful value in all cases of Stomaca Pi Zion Sinli -.'>C, ....
-.''::a'~s wa- a PaI's :-or violation of section one of troubles. It always cures Poor Ap- M. M. L\ wey. S,:'S. ....
i:a. P~ fi- to tb.. Camp Ordinances. J D. Marwell act- petite, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sostive- .Jos. H. .'an-es- ..................
ing as judge pro tem: Ed Amos was ness and Malaria.. Try a bottle today W. H. Harey ..............
!kt. -c orove' tha' acting a.orniey and Han. D. Williams MoNIs L.rman ..............
ha- n.ver eumerem. for the defense. The fee charged by | HUO I ItnKS Richard Morris
ount i ank Mr. W'Lams was one sooner. Let us Cash ........................
Sp on pucha- ar from the Escambia boys again L F. And' rson..............
sn I II Marion Blue o ..................


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ni'o wany w rAtgglers in th
it the( ntl-k diie: they 1
S ome lb uk 1iI4s.lti
blood a lone. This is a

andit. tt~ feeds Oil t
iltt~ladel'phiiaBuluhletin.

Catching Ct
V4,r v severk- coil,'. 1are

C(4ii1 is>ifr4tequetly browl
tin!. a hcar! v diminer. ioec4
-11-.4C:4'ooj ortw 1w or tQ
iii,'iaitly :zft-rwv;trd an
cose a i'1.'room. TIil
dig'.~i.the 'tenhlaratui
Is i'.t'"'l 143 the exertlor
a''h. the siveIIip Nhr ik.,
dlvii uarl ri-es chilled ant
iaai o:ti41 fodisl4wkiI the(Ii
noon I~een supl~piel v'i thl
e' cy; LNg w,u141 hale ~I
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51100 yards best
Flanni eti es, ir
,) 20 y,.'rd lo,
ors. plids ani
as a .opecia, ha
yar, .. .. ...
10 pi.'ces Niew
Fancy Wool(
arl,!h 311r. per
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day aot..
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V~ashinit')n Clark .....
\\ hitfi l) point ....
t,\. WV. A. Woold, fth
Ba ,kist Church, ....

STINGING MOS(
Bird. snfler Movre Froi
Than IDoe. M
"Hlirls suffer more t
ithle illosqLuito." a natural
quiniitly flip riuos.niri, en
but lIirds lie (can always
"The male mnouilto is
never stings. It is th
does all the mischief.
male alike live through
"After the nmosiuiiito'
hate(hied, the (reatni're th
is called a wriggler.
vies In wa ter, in niirsh
]id.lhe- aindl the ooZe
nnad,\ws. ie Is like a t
!. I1l!'-,t cello to thle surl
'114 "i'e kerosene ;ias
lier'ili il ;'. Ladle out
pil <,f water anil two
will spre;i4d until they c<
lft.'eeu s5qui'.re feet. TI


t Oc Caledonia
S31Mill :dIs of 14I
;tlhs. iln s')Id 'col-
I1 Stri[.s,. ;o :!(
rgain MandayvI ,,
.. .. .. .. . .7 2z
DI)a,ble Vid(th
Twed Suitins.z,
yard. special .... 19c
an :' iW. Embt-iro!-
int s oi sae iMo.l -
. .. .. .. .. 334c
4roid4,:'-i s and In-
ice line to select
. .. .. .. .. .. 9c


Sheets, Pillow Cases,

Bed Spreads,

Towels and

Mosquito Bars at

prices that cannot be

matched elsewhere.


Boys' and Girls' Iron Frame Fast
Bllack. lRih)-d s.'I.h, "'se. h4'
15c. kind oin l '': M n 'i ay in all
sizes. p'rr pair... .... .......... 10c
L.adi .L s' :Ce L.ac, I.i,-i I How os '.
I!ick. i White anl! lPr' n. tIo a
Si.. ....................23c
L.a ies' 1- Hl.o-;S''h.'d Si' 1 Rib-
ef',1 n s .-, it s ,I- : ...... 71 c
Men's 2.,c and !le .-;'1nm ,er Shirts
and I)ra iw ,;'. a!l siz/. a :Y'.... 19c


acturers' Sample Line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear
ake quick selling Monday at 23c, 35c, 49c, 59c and 98c per garment
Don't fail to see this line.


NDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS!


1.LANNON


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Avenue
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QUITOES.
m Theme Petits
lan.
1hiln i1110n fro, n
ist sami. "Frie-
n't get ait ianl,
get at.
Sharnti miles. lHe
e female who
Male aind fe-
the whiter.
s egg is flrst
at issues forth
The wriggler
y p i.Os, in the
of low lying
tinly snake. iilll
facie to breathe.
l llo-llulito tx-
kerselle onil a

-ver effectually
his oily covex.r-.
!kin. If there
le wat-r under
lust smother.
toes feed on
inistake. If a
imanu blood or
blood, it stabs
their juices."--

aid.
caughtt indoorn,
(or foul air. A
ight on by eat-
iiinig leiutaliy
iree hours iin-
id retiring to a
he food is not
re of the body
is of thle ston-
u, andd the In-
d ill. Had re-
linner indi the
Srefre..hiing air,
bwen *liff;,reut.
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of n cci.


airth is re4,mn14d mAt'l geoes reound, what
.i)4ds it up'.I "
"-)h. these learned mpn say it r(,es
nrournd the sun andl that the sun hh'lds
it up by virtue of attra"'tion.'" he re-
plied.
-"Waal. if these high larnt men nez
the sun holds iup the airth, I should
like to know what holds the airth up
when the sun ga-s down! That's
what's the matter."


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WESf FLORIDA ONE DEATH AND

MILL MAN MARRIES SIX NEW CASES
refnn '< I T"n P.- p


Tije Milton Index contains the fol-
wimng clipl)ping and coniment re:; rdl-
in' th e marriage of a prominent \\"c-t
Florida mill man:
Adams-Hairston.
Marr'i*dl. Saturday at 2 o'clock p. n..,
"it tlh, T'f'sil'! -(e of ;hl bride's 10t'1'.1l,
Mir~. it,'iw r-". i the presence of im-
;net:4 : i: relatives and a few invite-l
tr* nl-,. Mrs. Mildred 1. Hairston, of
this city, to Mr. A. .1. Adams, of Or:
lan(:o, Fla.
The ;,(, is a hi-rhly accomplished
and ,lcri'ei'.y popua:r young lhdy 'I (
this eiy. wh,'ro she ha resided ( or
' le pi.^r few y. ir. andl is grar'y t .-
:4,erntmi for her lovable '.lipo.iiiori: atill
":od qalitiris of mind aid heart. si4.
'a a la:". ('Irl, of friends who x-
. o;ngratri]a:ions and best wish-'s
jor i c4* r t inutil happi!.,ss in the tIi-

Tl,, gr *nI rn:iks high as a busi-
': i,in .,f hi lhoni town, where'
b ,ii. fr )!iii tnet t r, .ir tifcn sicer S,?f'il
I, .!'i:'l in the 'inilber trade. He
Conl.- ;f onei of th- prominent fanil-
li.s of t')( sow'h, ha< i pleasing ad
,Ir,.ss a ,nd i- a spbria ,! tiype o ,f hc
I'ti_ ii', l ''- F 10 in ;-,:entl'iitan- Sil-
\,ar f' y, IN.wv Mexicoe Inep l'nO itr .
Ev,';.vybdy in Santa Rosa county
and n-ar v v'v, ;r body in West F. ir-
i y resp.scrs CaIp-
'air, Jack Alami. Hie has. up to a
fiw.' y-ars ago. betn a prominent ma..
in the saw mnil] l-usiness in thi, ('con-
y. and his hon-sty a; a husine-'s ma'
1r,' hij- '-ni'al and gentlenian'v d -
., :i t n a.- a cit:zn ..as cau':-d a I
., a imire hinm.
(f :a n .lack wa- a gallant confed-
rti. -oAi'ler and nii comrades h.'ro
i.)in :- wishing a long and a happy
I fe.


MYRTLE GROVE

Special to The Journal.
Myrtle Grove. Sept. 2".--Mr. and
Mr.-. R. R. B-a!e anli family and n:, -
M.:.s Minnie Brown, :Pnt tw-.o ida .-
" Huts Cove on :he bha.
Mr-. M. Villar of Pe,'n.acoa wh)
;.a-i h ',,r paren-t here has rvturnedr to the


oIjt ('t i .-slon t O, :!n 'I 1, n14 w hi:: I
"TI. .i'r lo).v ) t A 11 n .:xtry a:) 1
- tv' n : iy nen eniitil'y.-d ,s autiards i'l
; h 1 Il'laral ine corol'; around '4i
'iry aind I ht a.ird 0:i,' i:;',n r-'-nark .
day tiha i;, tuio'lht ,r '. id ih b .
po) s.i)l,.- to ) r a 1lax *. r,.i 'r .
tie line wIt ui t d , : t ii,,n. Th. s, sr .
is tyi ing tie n1 (n I, an the pay r .'
to- this c.iiok anr'int'l niear.,'y $1l. ,
The s';(t, i also p.yvl:i *h f'".rii -
in-' force-. and h.-' ,a 1 rdl arliiin, li,
;0 about $3:1t6 this wei."
Exterminating the Mosquito.
Mayor Ba-., .-. ht or rh. t*ria' f
ihe fi'stiv,. Sto4 rsi ia :i, d .-aid S.: -
'II'r ay afD. 'ion -n ;:;; in; unr t lTlI l'ir -;
'ar was b irn '.;\age! :.gaiti.st rtl ..,t
:)v th. :il.'s ,tor' .-. Tht, work -.
hr'er so ;lio '1o "iiv i!nir e) ;,'r '! :S r
h i ie t lb.,t i 4;' 'i I 'r li:-; pi t'' ex;-r I
w i: h in "- :',_ -;* -ntI.c' ."'- ; ': ,, ,
C.t If h ll q'li', C' l:l a:l ,
tmi fever," -.il ,... ,. o.
Work of Spraying.
Th, spra% ; ,': ar1 :; i ,i T X 'C
'.' tr ,o'.' an I is- k,'pt ',n ha j : .,
' hFr 'i, i ''i" 'a 'h li.'. p - I .ill


Ci;;t; : ; i" : 'p' a k. il-
;i f r f. i, . r : ,ff:. ork.
In Destitute Circumstances.
.\ (i,. r i .. .:. : ., ns.dera-
*'an*. lf ;'' .' ,1,1. i 'ina i 13
Shat t M .1. r ', ', ,-. hvi' -
hiarif: exp;-r '-, 'i v .. at "ieir
;.,me, Ny tl,: .-" W r:" r-." S-
,erlay. '.:'. P ,r.! ti if ; 304e
; real-wirinnr o: ::;,. :a:r' .:t ,
hfa ;a- "itt :' I .' ,.' i,' s u .-" a' :;ati,-on
ha i,,:.n ".: .t"t ; r .v .. : :- \\V on
ho expir,.rl ,., r-rr i .% .'as :' a
!"ft ill d + :",'I ,. rl":. m -* i '*.. ", ith-
)uEdt means t-, d r f'iin-r'a. ex-
p,-nse, or pro;i I lor i own rnala-
',-nanc-.. unil :I .r r frieads
e .''ild : .... oi mani.I'..'. '"- 'wi'h or a
po-itilon 42 >-iii!. la'' 4 -* *ired.
Th.o, '2-n .i ,: was
: ,,' ,-. -:*". ... ,".:':" i,/ .. N A i-
.- .v P.-r lIlP Is
r'f .-.y in n" -i of irn:i.:' l a.-ca t.
;nce, and :- wv';r'hy of anry -ffr'.t thaC
may bt ma nia in her bthalf.


Miss Minnie Brown of P(nsacA!la.
is visiting her grand par(-n's and anm(
.n Myrtle Grove.
Owing to the yellow fe'v.er in Pen-
.ar'la :, is thought best ro xpostp,- n'
'' prt.tra,:Ii meeting which was ",
o'.n-ene at the Bap'st church on Sept.: GET THE BOOK
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150 New Sample Styles of


' and Misses' Ready-to-Wear Hats

t most popular shapes in Braid, Cloth, Felt and Patent Leather.
were picked up by our New York buyer at a price for spot
nd will go on sale


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PENSACOLA. PL.A., SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1905

.'.-g-4 9r Kso thoroughly understood that there
WHERE T TO BE FOUND. will be no difficulty in carrying it tI)
WHERE IT I TO BE FOUND. 4
S____ a successful issue.
' The PenFacola Journal Is on I
s- sale at the following places in One more week and glorious Octo-
, the city: ber will be with us.
* Bay Hotel. *
- Coe's Book Stor. If you are a good citizen, now is the
4 Depot News Stand. time to prove it. You can't do it,
f Gem Book Store vr, b bucking he heal au
#- Merchants Hotel. however, by bucking the health au
, Southern Hotel. thoritles.
. Thompan's Book Store.
*. Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. i Whan It comes to a matter of $500
?4 Wagenheim's News Stand. or 60 days. even the rqost obstreper-
*' Walker's BooSeek Stre. ous citizen will no doubt consent to
have his home fumigated.


Money in Circultio
Determines Prosperity.
It is no' like-iy th'-t the money ques-
tion wiA' again. or at least for years
C-!* i r in


The Journal's circulation statement
for September will be published next
Sunday. Despite the yellow fever it
will hp (th hOes showing in the his-
tory of The Journal.


i AND PENSA COLIANS


Brown is IT.
The Pensacola Journal asks who Is
'holding down the lid" during Govern
ar Broward's absence fiun the State.
it is Private Secretary M. A. Brown
and he is doing all right.-Tallahassee
I'rue Democrat.
* *
Science the Guide.
Doubtless New Orleans will empha-
sizt the visit of the Pre,.dent in Octo-
ber to pr oiaim the end ot tue quaran-
:int. ,But Pensacola tooK science f>or
.ier guide after a short period of res-
tiveness, and will not await the coum-
:ng o i te Pa:ficaior.--Jack5onvil,
Times-Union.
* *


of Pensacola are either very hign
:i.cad, or very reserved.-Quiiicy
Times.
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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.
.i s.Yellow fever is not transmitted ,r conveyed by fomites i. e. artlclei
Ior Inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bel ng4
or merchandiAp supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies o- eadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death o'cutns within the first th:r e dav' ot
'he disease (a rare occurrence,): and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the bodly before decomposition has set in.
10. There is no possibility of contrauriag yellow fever f.omn the black
vomit, evacuations, or other excretion,- (of yellow fever patients.
11. An aitatk ef yellow ever ca'.niel. as it always is, by the bite of th,
Stegonlyia. coni".rs immunity against un)bsequent attacks of the disease.


A Real Character.
Frank Goulding, the principal figure' Duties of the Trained Nurse.
in tnat delightful Florlda romance.
"The Young Marooners," is dead. H? NEW DUTIES AND RESPONS31ILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
was a real character a:d that wam
hi- real name. He was doing gua:i:'t NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON-
(lu;) ai the quarantine line at Pen SEQUENCE THE ABOVE FACTS
cola a few days ago, an.I being slight- SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.


'y deaf wa, struck by an approacht.n'-
train he did not hear. A prettier
story and a better book for chil,'rcn
has never been printed since the ap-
pearance of "Robinson Crusoe,' and
"The Young Marooners," will have us


1. N nt-rso can tb'c,)nclortns -ir. a :a ,o-1lin tbfe management of yellow
fever in Ibe. light Of 1)p-ie'." a'p -l ;f. C -C lle5s sShe E-z5f'
,,arnoslly. and c i'el ub-t.:h,-u ~~a~i. .>' v:o
q.,,,tot'S. a,td -On' .t '; .-; ho D:1:% p c ,-a m~iu of t:11(-e Irlec' ;
the sick ri)o;t:, a1,l'!o--t : ::m p: i fthey shc.-tid tandi'their way


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The "Jim Crow" Law. long a life and almost -n equal pcopu t.--relr. con r %. !5',,,,1 anP- r. tr-
The city council of Pensacola has rarity with DeFoe's great work.-- 2. That as the inslarabte a: lonIart a- th: bedside of t:o patient sh. yesterdayy. incidental digging over
passed an ordinance providing for the Tampa Times. nmust cocpraci with the "hysician in thi- d--cha::.e of his f,:-'ons as ::nar ar, entire city lot *n a vain search for
separation ot the white and negroes * dian of the public health. The trained n :r,- in this capacity becoming dire"-. te bod1 of a e:llow t.ver victim
in the street cars of that city. This Our Esteemed Contemporary. ly the most efficient and imporu:r sansar agent in preventing the spr-ea t wh'ca. rumor said, had 'been sure
ordin the street carvoids o that city. ur Esteemed Contemporaryof yellow fever in ifctl o'al:::. tpn her intelligent appreciation tiiously planted at the wching hour
o ordinance avoids the errors made by Fensacola's bright afternoon daily, the mode of transmisin of this dise. her pesonal safety if she is an o; midnight.
the Legislature in enactng a general the News. has put In a first-class. the mode of n-imune nd th, reaction of i ho fui'y and ;h entire eoushd o Armed with sunlrv ani mnscllanht
law on the same subject whica wal d brand mnw pross. One would infer by tnon Imwinte vqir thy if these ain ho mmunE ) :arnd e.v. if ,t h_ cntrd. f irmleidwns of the ghol the laa
declared unconstitutiouaa by: the Su- tihis that thie yellow fever has nt pifhesearends liaiit par:)t sa el forth under the -
prime Court, ant prox:ev; for .-para- hurt ih~ newspaper business very 3. Every nurse rmt bear in mind tha the most maiirnar yellow rov r lburr.ing rays ino: Bill) of a hot Se
tion without any t-xcptions. uch as materially in the deep-water-city.-- patient is is.nncuus:)t t a:! absolute bhara.less to even the most u:cpit) !: tc:ttbr s;:n and for many sultry hours
nutres and servants.- Live Oak DCm- Marianna Times-Courier. on-i ntaune. if th(. prope: procaut:ons i:re taken to prevent the ac... ,.. .1t ... -,er earth in the hope (
oa ,* * Tu *.,aiiones to the patrie::'. person. ii(!.overing the secret (I remains of an
Talked too Much. 4. The greatest fii,-dlrm of p- cmv. n : 'ntact and iin'errolr.;,- mnay thr'- unknown \i;ti. A ft"w tin cars andI
Honor to Deep Water City. A N(Ew Orleans physician was ar- fore he perf:n:tl he:'-,, .'n the vi", r,. ,r sick and the w. in lti I 'iT:'. r I .: :ha: .h I l-n huril-;
Pensacola people who arrived at rested because he didn't talk; and r.om,n ani pv-,,d ,! th h itnnoculation :,' -,,squioiio-. b:, bi Iin. 'he Iat :0' on tl, p:.- ;hhe '. reward of
Jacksonville at the present time a.e now a Pensacola physician is under dir'ing tihe first 'i.te( days,- of the dis.Rs,-, is absolutely prevcr.nd. he: l rbo, ..ild : ,y were for. ed ti
received with open arms and by some arrest because he talked too muct. 5. T. nussion of a tra:iniel nurse is not satisftctorily ac,,: ;;:i..' ; .- "d the,' ..ay t:y ba; k to the ci;t
of the leading citizens. It is an hon- It rmiht be added that these are no' patient, sutiffering frioti any kind of fever, in local:ie i( fc:. ih y. b .t . ,, > rici. ;,. laorious experience'
or accorded to onay people front the the firs: cases on record where a fever, who is confided to h(r care. is allovtol to I- .;it:e: .i a '-.) i1r t m;:hiy .by of >ri 1 (rp.-es
Deep Water .-Galnesville Sun. mar's mouth got the :nan in trouble. even if the ; vcr is p)riovn not to 1be y',low ftever. To i.' a- ':. .i.n noht; iir rtrowig festival wit
5 -Apalachicola Times. and ha-nmi'il eVtni if It' infe.'-tive tI' paioent,. ;id ii nit. : l i'd P; or -aull.t *j .-s o'T as the nmin who
Might Have Been Different. as an evident i of ne z!lut. h be sho(s t :,i-nr. s (,1 I-' n-.it(o -: .t di thie ian tiwat *itl Mayvor iits.. a
Dr. Gonzalez was arrested in Pen- A Thorough Cleaning. 6. No uii-:rse an ci:..- i ', -r her.- a tlainti.1 y .:' ,-,, :. ver i; : t, ::if was buried on t()n t zoresai1 preiii-
sacola, charged with interfering with Fensac'ula people are making an ef- has made herself thorno :l}', fam:!iar with t(.e w.veapons.. which s-n n, : tT .. c be lcatre! o hk. proper spot
the State health officer. ard. after trial, forL to give that city a thorough, experience hav-e ,i.-en ;. r to >T :v('y p;r. c: h :: intcc t :. .p : ... ,, i,.--li..,.
found guilty and sentenced to thiity cleansing, and then they will keep it those p'-i'sons wh' arl, di.penleint ui);n her knowol13o and lcxert'ios ;'r saift
days on the streets; but sentence was clean in the future. A capital idea for from the ipnfvc'ei.
suspended. Had this ba n Shomie poor every town in F!oril-.-Gaineavilhl 7. The weapons ;" offense Pnd, do en.c :hat the nur.,e tne-t hi:. n CHILDREN ARiE
white fellow or a darkey, he'd havy Sun. hIafloii in pr'ot~clin.lhitr pati1.C a. RA
had to go to the pen and would even hnd p ein h r pa a U I
now be working out his tiame.-Lake Basis Cf Valuation (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His Bad. nAULLD I S HOOUUL
Cit3 Index. The Pensacola 'board of equaliza- 1. Th. netting cf bars ;-;ust have meshes fine enough to Frevent ?h,
S* *t tin, in view of the 11 mills tax rate pa nac of m .ios.qih!t- ;'s.
Fever Condition Improving. for 190.-. proposes to change the basis 2. M !sq!r ...- r.1 t!! 1 ',iroizh n'i- quit nrets when any pr:rt t UVAL COUNTY SPENDS OVER
Yellow fever conditions in the south of Nalua'loui on all property f'om 7T patient's hboy is in ,t:Nra.-: vwth t-. n '. UVAL COUNTY SPENDS OVER


to c(me.t iorm a wa,.n issu inu A count" coommlsnoner down in are improving. Very few deaths are to 100 per cent, which will r:duc-
American politics. The great fight Hilshoro County is sail to have (:-1 occurring in New Orleans and sur- tax(s to 7 or 8 mills. Now if Qiu;ncy
for fri'e lh.ver which culminated in te chnd a new record for economy, rounding towns, and in Pensacola. the should rai.-e its basis of valuation,
th (aninaia of 6 as the result of he board only infected point in Floriaa, it is -be- tron 1 and 25 per cent what would
Af n the .ana ,r n hthe is At a recent m, n f "*he board hI lieved that the fever will be soon un- t.,- tax rante for this Yar be? It's '01
of th t, en growing shortage in the ked on a bill for "rthbons for the der control. Only seven lwrsons have m il nw. It w lowouhl too small a
circulation of money which had ,,t' r.'" "'.ew' a nice girl." he died there of the f -'er this season matter tn mention with proper valua
wroueh: business depresion on 'i sld. "bhu the county is under no oh- and on Wednesday, for the firs; tnim tions.-Quincy Times.
sidt--. an what was known as tao ijztion to buv br clothes, I don't since the infection, no new or a *
sil. anw t was nown a by r othes, don't doubtful cases were reported. The Frark R. Goulding.
"ir was simply a plan t think." quarantines are still strictly enforce. F. R. Goulding, the ol confederate
supp:v :1 tin idium which -Live Oak Democrat. v,itan who was killed '"y a switch
th( Cruatr., at that titue so badly We heard a phvie!!n ?ay that h e cnehAe in Pensacola r-ceatly was an
net Lt'd. h1i a q vaho'r "-'!.;nt ti the city hot-j The Jouurnal's Circulation. o; i f-iien s ot l M'r. C. C. MeRao's
Fi ver i'.-lf was 6eftated. but rt'a! w,-A ,n rT overinz from thit The Pensacola Jot-nna''s circulation father. having' fought with him as a
a (.. .,,-! of" circu.,a~nee whicr ,tt;.r2o when ho tnk th' n laria for Septomber will not be injured by, rleibbei- ,of the famous Company F.
t th r ue the yellow fever. The palmer has made IJefferson ftavifs Lagion of Georgia
ou:L nt n be foren, a that time, the fver -,,, which h, Is row .suffering a effort to do everything to aid the Huzars, and was one of the seven-
curt-:ED(s s of th,, quantitative mone.V As n a'i is -r-,nvPvrd frim other health board, and by so doing has teen survivors of that command. He
the.r, on, whi.h :it' fr: e silver peo-i raticit t-'fferinr with that disease, boomed Its circulation and September! only recently returned from McRae,
pl; nwade their fight has now been am-by rh -squitoos. it s oms the mo t; promises to be a record breaker. The! Ga.. where .he attended a reunion of
ply pr n. We do nt think we have io th tt th ho a su is along the frt nt rank of theIRurvivQ aof that company. Mer.
ply prv(n. N e o not rIhink we have ,blviotu thiz t~t the hosp-tal bh u d. Florida dalies.--GainesviIle. MoRae, of a I place, had a letter
,ten a better sta0 r .en: of the canse 1p medn o r *at tbee .-will not p rom Mr.oulding a few days before
their tI- on(ut ade by :he Birmting- any m-)squltops in that building. The' High Priced, or Reserved, his death requesting that a pnoto-
han, ledger as follow;: lh;'sician expresei his surprise that Mayor Bliss of Pensaaola has not' graph of his father be sent that it
Without rve:ard to goiI or silver or n sc-rens wc:re us-d, an.l gave '-Is' yet decided unpon the con;stittiional- might be placed with others of that
par. It ib the amouut of money i:n op:.ion that to this was due the sc- Itvy of the Jim Crow oill recently command now in possession of its
rculation Iu nak.. .s prosperity, or onlary -iness of his patient.-Mobilei passed by the coun(l. T ne lawyer survivors.-Florala News.
(dpteslton in an' c(on'.try. In the R i e
(-r a' mon(I \ ampa g a of a dozen Regit er
y. ar, u, under th ,gui.e of free il THE TRA NSMISSION OF
v.r co.uare. tht 8ryan, wing of hb" DESERT HEAT. M
,:<:n.c"a:ic part. fo.ih: for more ci .- r A
re,(.c.'. T.a: wa.s the whoie battle. fn I. ltee. but mis Dw W FN V tD
Suce those menm',rable struggles -nmsftaMEAND.
tht currtin ha. incr-ased consider- It has been my fortune to visit some TO
abi> anl t c"'.,re a- a direct result of the hott(et places in America at the I T
prtp,, i;ty lt- increa'td consider hottest period of the year and the
ably. Tha: i- a coniplet, story.
We ar. (1.1 bl the ih. nre makers reader may te incredulous when I say At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,
that in 1%ii' the circulation of mone.. that I have been vastly more uncom- Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibili-
Pe: capital in the Unitedl States was portable in Boston, New York, Phila- ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
$21.1r That since then the circula- delphia, Baltimore or Washington in of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of -
lion ha.5 ri.-cn ;o $31.40. The prosper- summer than I have at Ymma or In the the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
ity of i,.e country has rlso increase heart of the Mojave, California or A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever
by 50 ,w-: cent, since ;hen. Tiaere< Apache desert. or any of the great prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, f
can be no prosperity without a circu- peudo summer deserts that reach which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted 1o the Society are pub-
lat Ins med.uni in reasonable abund- away In a general line from Yuma to lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows:
alwc San Antonio, Tex.
S:rc' -' -- Br:yan campaigns thpor I rcll entering a restaurant at ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. (
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.1. kF'rt' Pttttft- mattultis 5ttfl i, ittit'ftt~i'to'sco OvTtll' '.-p are rno ''[11 *2 IA-Ji A YEAR I'i TH'~AT


places in tho inettln.- ;a'.id that no 'hno,-quitoo '-! h'.' found a loitin ::' .
ThIt nUe:i u; s ;:,i',l l te al t;:ck'd ini ;.) keep the m-.i'-sq!'s tr:n-r
entering.
5. If mi,quitoes are foiun-l within the n:itinb. rbt-.- i.t.d I'e kill,! I:


ENTERPRISE


w. not imeriy r ven wr- s a en oon
6. All cases of fever should ;,~i promptly reported to the pihy'icman Jacksonville. Sept. 3.-At a special
awalitng his arrival trhe should he cov'cr-l i h a m .a;qu;to ar'. 'h:-s is par et'';r l o t f il>i' rtf'.li 'i f Fublic Inst"ruC -
tipulaeilv imp:rtiiani in alin v ith nmild t tu-,. es .. pwi il; inin.tin: andI t P i m 'of ": -,in i ,'y e r.tt(',m S were
children in localities liabie to iinfc::on wiLh yliHow fev(r. The discasoi man- -.-ard-Id f:- ti ransp)ort )rig .school chil-
1f(sls irt .lf in sutih a tail-l form -n infantile and early childhood' that it ; 'n T aiil fr.mi he ;publi c s< hool ot
likely to cscna o recrc nar it o:oi. O)l i"o- eoi' -of it' ve.:-.' i- t' !ness of" th ntis thvm t c ut
tonis the u su;tl I)1peautoiios are not lai.en and the miosquaitoes atr, able _o, The scli, ,i ')oa-,r invtodi bids. fior
spread the di.sase without molestation. The mild or unreco.gni/.ed cases are, fturnishi l< hr. .: anil drivi ,g the waf"
QNr his reason, the imos t'dargrous, front a sanitary point o' view. p,", a; oni, i K ilere wa'irn- -ontg tO t eho
([) Screens. 'I':rd. T:a'.' wern. quite a nuimler of
All ope.'ings- h adding t: t o sic.: ;tha;cw. sm!ould e!) s o.ne !. Oat -I;: bi rcN i% I anu. in .ac'.h insance
of hospitals, v i;o str-'i"s alt' :. uisao.li- ava!iablo and lI'ovsional arror.,: the: ca racts \et:-. award, I t 1 ihe lo'-
can be made of bohbinet or cHe.? '.e secured to th openi:izs o(f dthe sik *-o,>!! grttt discrepancy in some of tho
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation. amounts for which contracts are
Fumigate tne room with siulpi hur ;r p) r'.thr;i:n. ,cnisec: powder) to de-t'-o.- awart;ed. This Is accounted for by
possibly infected moiWqui'oiCs as -uarl' as pon.-ibl' afier the fourth day of t'-ve.'r rne of the wagons being on a much
Sulphur buried in an iron pot is the, siurst \\ac:. and if udc.l in proper quuanri louit,-r roi Lo than others.
will not injure falh'i' -or c,:ors. 'l'hrco you:ds in an average rag '.e:x js iffi- La-st y .r it co>sr th' school hoard
rient if the room ine -to A d: more ai'-"-'ratcly, two pounds of sulphuttIr ;o I IOU apypn<>imain.;-y $6.Io) for transporting
cubic fee-t of -pI v; .-rtimait l ly s.tnita .> autia iti s; an-d 'tone .p','n! of ib pupi:.; ro and from the schools.
insect nowdvd r to 1,'00 cubilc t i -'>tl ie.'nicf to sliipify the n iosquio,.-s4. The 11::i- l-s tl:- nl-arly $2.0')0 was expend-
mosquitoes wil! fall to th fi) o: atsl -Iho'-l, be coecI'cted and blrni. Two e.i in repairs a.l in bui inng* now wai-
hours' funtigati!on with n,!iphur is qui(e =a"icient in ordinary ea- C. ':' otvs.
fumes of s'iltihI;r will not remain long,. and hoa.seholl Amuniiii.t spr.nkle. Th:is y--ar r' -- -! he,' a ri lic'loa
about the roon will d minish th.i'- uiinpleasanit ess. t: rite nin-',, r of w .tn-. as it was
Ti'' tlinigatoin t 'i.nitti h I (l ,;' i, t"i t h <'i :in, m o hat tt"t h r mP li s( n t lhat s.nouti o of th wagon, carrIet
free of odor by nig ih:t. nit should b)e ont pr'--! rably in dry;. wea :''r. Wher.- ,) fvw pupi's that it di nIt pay to
ever the con .tion- o ;he patient wil ), ,'-.ni :t, a oomnt a,'j i;ninia the on- rn ahem. The wagons this y-ear wIl
occupie'i by the natieIpt should be firs; purifiedi of :osqi:toe:, and prepareil fcr n:aki, lonr-r trips, in many instanrcs.
the recopiion of the ;.atieni. who is i w (arefuily traLnst,':-'ed to the disu:- There will b)o twenty five wagons ti
fected rimoit as-; anri; as pios-ibi- atf' r ii" l ft:':h day. ; ,'. aind the, total cost per m lrith will
The work of i:d.:nr,,etion !p.t i h,1 n-q uito -iritivilon, as well as screenni '. u f611.50, or a total tir eight, months
Is now cond:e.c'od by the Health .\utivi" ir., imiimediattly afier notfl .'aio i '' if $,l1.2.
the at'-nduli tg ph; Ician. iutli in isiolti-,. lor:alitie-s or when dt.,i y in obta' it Sup.rlnt-n'l nt Elzey sa's that at'Cr
ing sanitary relief is unavoidailpe. the phi. -ician anui nurse .lit-it dir&.Et ti r-, ,' & ',&h'ol np' h intcnds to vis't
members of tlie household iin appiying-t; -t prI cribed regulations ill of the,, co,:ntry srchiols where wa.-.
Ald'.tional pre auttions in sui!phur fiit';:::a:. i in, i'econmmendied by ihe Hf al h ,r, are",- 1;, t, carry the childraI
Authorities in charge tof -atital:on in N\vw Orlu-ans during, the 1i': -;o back :and forth. and -..-r'ain juat how


epidemic:
R m nove all ornaments of meal. .i:''h as brass, copper, sjiver and glt
rom the room that is to le finmi-:ated. All objects of a i ri(-talle natu.':
which cannot be removed, can be prx)ected by covering the o;tjtcts tight.
with paper, or with a thin coating f -,aseline applied with a bruiah.
Remove from the room to be ft'umigatd all fabric material after tho--
)ughly shaking. Open all drawer.i and iloo:s of fut.'itii.re arid clo-.t.i
Thp ron>a h ir 1 rl 1h closed anil mt ili as tilh i nns D i l i\ vtorint f il


tb ,'uano. oanres "e Iindo. on the edge of the Mojave, when 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease openings in chimneny, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks neat windows ani
thc pri *du,-ion ,t- gild. New gold has, the eat called to mind proximity to a which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the doors.
c,,n, ia front Aia'ka and fronte Soutn lra. Isugge"ted to a citizen that agency of mosquitoes; and. as far a&s known, by the single species, the Steg- Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
ot,;p. ait an A'" acouats for a sear isIt was hot. "No." be repliHod. "YTester- omyla Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New them with a paste made of flour.
pat of th. r reauts for a lar- day was hot: It was 120 degees in the Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. The sulphur should he placed in an Iron pot, flat skillet p.-r-rrel, an !
I her, tf a\. bei n r :ani- nw tMnns Ishade: today It Is only 115 degrees." 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with ai);u-
ic'k-h ha\re tIMut t nolwes under th Yet I have been more uncomfortable of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be tak-tn to
bank:i-n: law an,! that has increase In Bostan with the thermometer nt wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the 1 guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boll over and set fire to
ti, a;ntni: ofi monoi.- n circulation. 90 dexr.es In Boston the heat was importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began, the house.
h. n point hat ter as humid one perspired At Indo or on 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis- The sulphuir is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lightIng it.
a in c.ultion and the desert the eat was absolutely dr ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed i The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
S-.- a in e ulation an k the deer at niht the heat wanes absolutely drythat after biting the yellow fever patient. Thi, period of incubation in the mo.-I and well ventilated.
> |,. v ,f the t,:<, has kep"e and at nigt thbe chan.en were that an quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed In the NO'TF,-To find the cubic cont-nts of the room. multiply the length o
;,xi A 'im-o T, r,'h i sone. istvx blanket might be required, nature gilv. body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its saliva,-- the room by the width, and this to-l by the height, and to find the amount
t"i'.-i for a, tn(at ,risperity I as- Ing one an opportunity to recuperate, glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commnission found, in 1.90, of sulphur necessary t,. fulmigai-the roe- n divide the cubic contents by 51.,
ears t drain g ton i- t reqfirt.onev which not always the case In the that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days. In the hot summer months, and the result will te the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
years o drain a pcn'on- of its money. att cites.-Conntry Calendar, to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season. Take. for example, a room 15 fect long. 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
AllI it. rouh 't, o itnea' t bel' anth te 4. After Incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the per!ol, would multiply 1xlOxl0x. equals 1.500 cuic feet. Dlvide this by 500 and you
a h'tba l,-, amu ihe mineral belt there THE DREAM AHEAD. above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during tho! will have the amniount of s ilphur :-equired, viz: 3 pounds.
' wha o b an much mon ve -that the 'o- entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the
r, who nohave I*: venl eartely own A Wha, would we do in this world of insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
. ( ot e] i rst as ei outr yellow fever with Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another e f t a<
anh. nefr mn lit. -co'me permaneti Were it not for the dreams aheal? 101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, StegomyiaFasciata in Havana W th T
Morta'-. a Ner' ,ro a i1 eaj For thor s are UmixeId with the bloom- can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says Cvo ch
tave hT-n tpaidand ''*frd a nd oney o ing flowers. Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from By Governor Zt. Ct STOKe of Mw JMo'fo
main and am a irnlney .- matter waich path we tread, the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-i su rin om a i and
rh awn av of ne iomyta must be Impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after ODAY the taxpayer is suffering from a high rate and i
mak ar iosnr-'y of i oney tl at nt Ant each of us hs ha is golden goal, biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or threatened with NCREASED valuations. Our tax rate
makc ,sp-r>: art .ni that can Stretihing tjr ineo ;he years; seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias In Louisianaae
I ma, i 'An ever he climbs w:h a hopeful that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly! in manyv cases is over 2 opr cent, in uixtv-two district ov
It < true, f tte s!t' e-. as an i?- -tul. and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, ldke in fiten om aa fe h 1a o ver nt o
Me. is dead. bu: the th-.ory on which Vith alternate smiles and tears. Anopheles, within three to five days after.] 21/in fifteen over 3 and in a few aes t over 5 per oents Do
It was Mased could not be more effec- s. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bte o believe that capitaland property can pay 2 or 3 er cent i tas
trelyv proven than b3 the events Trat dream ahead is what holds him of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop ia;L GIr AN o fACOn t OF
hich hav fll T up the human subject. (This s the incubation period of yellow tevr, and th ND GIVE A HONET ACCOUNT d OF ITSE d th Are not
great otur fd ro newl Throueh the store of a ceaseless united States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen caec suh rates practical eonfiseation Ara not our citienat leaving to
rtet o.a urn ,f o,1 from newly ufiht lot experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it variedr
diomvcred mines has kone exactly When his lips are pr-essed to the:from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after inoculationn) large cities and seeking the country district as places of residence i
wha Ze s u::v Mr ha r s an b Ando thods aut oit ti-ed !ght.horoerntoescdtbeutludNolLW
ao sh r t is een b a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, t will have to L burden I it ot t
te inprcdnert ad pro thritv wai.n' i to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation something was done FOR TIE TAXPAYER in this humanitarian
teT unprec d t hd prophori nwhion To some it's a dream of high estate, period in the mosquito ; then, if it bites a susceptible person at the expirs-te om $ to $ o a o t
has coe t cirt sne the in-, To soc it's a dream of wealth; on of this time. two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifetit- 1 ot a tax rate rom to 1.80 on an onet in al
crtelsr 'rn -:: ....-ainz medium be.-To sone, it's a dream of a truce with, self in the bitten person. Therefore, Ineptimating the probable spread of that property can stand ? The constitution proteta property valia.
an l ae yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ. D '
Whoen tde increase, itn m,,necy- W*s In cninstant search for health. meant, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before tions. The law fixes a limitation on bonded i plaebtedneoa. SHOULD
.te k .- h ", hoed d- the auccesa or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des- NOT THE LAW LbMIT THE TAX RATEI
te ker par, : h :. business d'- To some it's a dream of home and truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
hands o' the country, hn the ion To some it's a w; fe;; days may elapse before a mosquito Infected from the first case may bie a 'ew Jersey leads all the states in the nion in i ood oad. Her
quet.oa wIn! sus sue. bu- until thi t: i. comes there The dreams ahead are what make days. which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in t ohed in w Uee. io Opr
!'! I.- n oc-ason for reviving i.' each life- present epidemic,. to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case, LET HER SET AN EXAMPLE IN THE SETTLEMENT OF THE
W h, n, ,cwat fo. revoihg ie'. wThe dreams-and faih--and love! after its first appearance In a given locality. PROBLEM OP TAXATION TMAT SERVES BOTH THE TAXPAYERS'
Whvu.i ho, ac,. i ,., conit. the" -Edwin Carlisle Litsey, in House-I 7. The Stegomyia PaNciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time, COMOON OT
qua*iz:at;.v( theory ,,f money will beI keeper. that the poison is incubation in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma, INTERESTS AND THE DICTATES OF COMMON HONESTY.


nany *'ach wag-on carri'ts. andi whe.
: r .:t ri- ,-an t,' a saving made it will
,. done. He thinks that in some In-
stan-''.s it will we advisable to cut off
,,n,- or two.,) wagons and have the chil-
dren now carr:'-. to a central school
attend a? new -phool to be estatbllshe
In the:r immediate neighborhood.

The Journal Printel d iO.
Ing August, 1905, a
Total of



127,335

COPIES

or a aaverag


4D,'713
OM f


The following figures show The Pew
sacola Journal's circulation for esci
day during the month of AuUIt, S
with the average number of gopif


daily:
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
AuguSt


4,350
4,400
4,335
4,400
4,350
-5,000

4.S00
4,500
4,250
4,625
5,000


August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August


4AW


4*00


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Total for tne month......127,335
Average per day........ 4j'g
I bercU-y certify that .ha above state.
meant 1i correct accordln- to the reeo
-ards on file in th offee.
FRED A. SWIET.
Cirtujation Mgr.
Swor- to and snbsertlj4 betbre me
this 31st day o5 Aurt 190"s.
1. 0K0 B.
Not.ry Pobie


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WILD GOOSE



CHASE


Mayor and Several Others Dog Up

Entire Lot Searching for

Mythical Yellow Fever
\Corpse.

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1905.


iALLIGATOR ON A THE POSITION OF HOW GINGLES
YOU DOFISHING CARRABELL GOT LEAVE OF



SUAND LINE EXPLAINED ABSENCE


YELLOW FEVER!
YELLOE Saurian Measunng Neardy Six Feet Citizens Want Public to Know Ex- Mayor Bliss Refused Consent, Say-
Caught on Night Set Line in actZ y How They Feel About ing Street Superintendent
AKE A DETERMINED ATTACK THEEleven Mile Creek, Nearthe Tarpon Case. Should Resign or Stay at
Muscogee. Post of Duty.
LuT s 6Sm YM ME mmuO, SUCH AS
F. B. Bruce is in recit of a letter Editor PCarrabelle, Sept. 19, .19 5. The flowing from Mayor Blis.s
F. B. Bruce is In recoijt of a letter Editor Pensacola Journal:
from Alf Davis who is ene of a paRy In fronofur p ti or will set the public right on a subject
from Al Davis who is cue of a pa In front of our postoffice this morn- tha has ecasioned consierable dis-
S ULHUR S UL HUR PN of campers on Eleven Mile Creek, ing is a newspaper clipping saying u. sion for some time:
SULHU SUL HUR CANDL near Muscogee which narrates a that Governor Browad ordered th
rather unusual tale in the fishing line, steamer Tarpon to come t, the wharf The Mayor's Position.
it being no less than tae capture? o r
SULPHUR POWDER, FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS. an alligator six feet log with Ahook 'this is true the die.zen Et Carr- E,:.tortaclaaolaj3urnal 3.
S an line. The story as told by Alt in btlle a'd not know it, neither did the "fLeres s cnsiderabie criticism :i
his epistle is as follow: captain of the Tarpon. but the acts the ci y, I understand, reie t,ng (m
The Fisherman's Own Story. in the case are simply this: m beca,.4e Street Siuperintnuden
"There are many deep holes in A representative of Governor Bro- Ging.es was git~n a leave of absence
Eleven .Mile Creek an.l I usually ward came to Carrabelkl on Frilay. at tl:e time that the city nee'led him
DAB leave a large trout hook. attached to September 15, had an interview with the most.
the heaviest line IL have in one of t:.o the Mayor. anat said it woull be bet- i desire to say to the public that l
holes every night. On Sunday morn- ter for the citizens of Carrabelle to am not responsible for this leave of
A |gE 1BRl 1Ing. feeling a little lazy. I asked my allow the steamer Tarpon to come to absence. I.opposed the giving of a'
brother to go 1o the hole and see ;f the wharf than for the Governor to leave of absence un.ler such of.ti
E IST in there was a fish on the hook. but when order her in. The mayor had a talk tions, and I told Mr. (Iingles that he
he arrived at the place where I had with the captain and next morning the ought to resign if he did not want to
fastened the pole it was gone and, Tarpon came in, without ever receiv- stay with his post of dutv. I also to' I
there was no sign of it. There is au- ing any order from the governor so far the Board of Public Works the sanie
Phone 109. 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. other deep hole about 50 feet below as the citizens of Ca-rabelle know. thing, but the other two members
th,- point where I had fastened the' The representative of th., governor of the Board granted the leave of'
Ipole and v brother. thinking it prob- went to Apalachicola 1th same even- absence, and I did not vote for it.
Sable that the fish or whatever it was ing, and next day the sheriff of Frank- I trust that this will set. the matter.
had pulled it down hrre made his lin county came over on the Crescent right, so far as I am concerned, with
OC000g@ o way through the bushes and finally City by which time the Tarpon was th'e public.
located it in some rushes. about finished discharging her cargo Yours, respectfully,
S"Brother picked up *'e pole and for this place CHAS. H. tiss.
started to pull in tbhe line when he felt i Mayor of Pensacola.
S eces a t the arches a erk and for some minutes there As to images to be sued for, theayor of Pesacoa.
was a tussle to see which was master. Tarpon was not lying here at our ex-
_-1_ -_ _-_ a- A 1 Finally my uncle went to brother's pense. The captain was distinctly there and they drove them away, the
-* f-" g.*.O @ @ #* ...... ... ... e, ...0~o 0 =: assistance and between them they told that the citizens and merchants boats going on down the coast.
dragged in an alligator that measured did not want the Tarpon or anything The citizens are glad' that the Tar.
Following is the order of service school 9: 45 a. n.. H. J. Mackeyv Supt 5 feet 9% inches. They drag I she had on board; all they wanted pon came and left in about three hours,
at tLhe various churches today: Com alligator to the house and I now was for her to go anywhere she pleas- and they don't want to see her again
Cathoc. mermunioen at :00 a. m. Prayer have it in the garden. People from ed so she did not come to our wharf. till the yellow fever is stamped out in,
t Mch l's Curc- st meeting ever Thursday at 8 p. m. all over the woods are coming to se.' You will please set us right before Pensacola.
6 0 a- m.; last mass, 3:30; vespers Mr. Alligator and they can hardly be- the public and let the blame rest on We believe Dr. Porter 4s domin all
S o'clock. s apus lieve that it was captured in the man- Dr. Porter for sending her here, as he that he knows what to do and has dloae
tk. Joseph's Churoh-First mass. First Baptist Cbhrch-Rev. F. Jones ner described." haa' given us no protection. Just as a noble work in Pensacola, yet at Ihe1
6:i0 a. m.. last mass 9:30 a. m.; v- pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m No Mr. Davis says fishing is fairly good we did, so did St. Andrews do. They same time we feal that he nas over-i
pers 6 o'clock. I services at night. Sunday school at and reports that he and those with say that while Dr. Porter had a cordon looked the importance of keeping the
* I 4:30 a. mni., E. D. Beggs superntend him are having an excellent time. around the city of Pensacola and no fever from our section of the coantr$.
Epical. I ent. Sunbeam Society 4 p. m .; Y. B He expects to return to the city in the one could leave without a health certi- Very trudly,
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley p u. 7 p. m course of a few days. ficate, yet small boats were coming J. R. BIALCKER.
D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:3.) Wcst H;il church.-E. A. Cottrell,
..nd 11 a. mi. and 5:30 p. m. Sunday pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
aethool 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and 7:45 p m. Prayer meeting Thursday'0 $ *400'to .* t*0"$-4* < $4C 0
rridays services at 5:30 p. m. at 7:30 p. m.
S.KaU ne'-Cervantes andD East End Baptist Church-. Y. R ID A
vis streets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharperec- Pits pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.7 /. I Il )/
tor. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a. Preaching 11 a. m. Wright's Mill E 1 WS 1 L O
m. and 4 p. i. Sunday school 9.30 &t*.d, corner of 10ot avenue and Ara.
in. All welcome Rev.gon street. A cordial invitation is ex- *.*:+:*
9L Jobs's Church-Warrngton. Rev. tged to ll.
A. T. Sharpe, minister In charge e.
SvIM la3. a es 7:30 P. theran Church. felt in their soles. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. IL Ter-
* Lutheran Church Business seems to' be booming at vin.
German Lutheran Church-Rev. J. OLIVE the dead line on the hard road beyond' Mrs. P. D. Beville has gone to Chip-
Palafx Street Methodiet Curch-- F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. English ser Goulding. It begins tb be a reminder ley for a few days.
Rev B. C. G lan, pastor. Regular ser vice at 7:30 p.m. of a city market pl. Mr. W. Plank has moved his
vices at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun- Scandinavian Lutheran Church- After this quarantine 4s raiseA we officee from.Campbell and Son's to toe
day school :80 a. m. J. N. Andrews, Services at 10:30 a. m. and ecial to Th Journal. want a recognized central market building on corner of Baldwin Avenue
uperintede Epworth League 6:30 Rev. e, Pastor. Olive Sept. 23.- The ice ream sup. pace in Pensacola where growers will and Wright Street.
Gd Street Methodist Church- p er ven at at Mr.Curby Jones's last d hundreds of purchasers every Miss Lee and Miss Vida Bowers,
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. by Church of Christ. Thursday night proved to be a great morning and purchasers will final Miss Fsannie Cole and Miss Lena Haw-
1he pastor, Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun. Church of Chre---Corner Alcanl: success. Misses Ninnon and Esca~m- trains of loaded wagons from which kins left Thursday for Goldeboro,
day school 9:30 t a. m. pwor:h League nid Jackson streets. B'i)o:e school 9:4 ta Jones and Miss Mabel Hoer pre- to "take stock." With such a market North Carolinato accept positions
, p.m. a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:4i sided at the piano and rendered some Pint a "cargo" can be sold at top nurses In the Asylum there.
Reed's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car- p m. by W. T. Tracy. PI'ayer meeting very fine music. The guests were as notch gures In fiftdea minutes. Mr, ande Mrs. Carter King went to
peter, Paat,---Servica every tart Wednsday night at 8 o'clock, follows.:I If the city is "dead-stuck" on no Freeport Friday, where Mr. King has
tuaday at 11 a. im.. by the pastor; Sun- d n Misses Katie and Mabel H8er, o market house let th farmers bu4ld a position with the J. J. McCaskill Co
day school at 10 a. m.. J. e BSeaL, Pensacola; Miss Lizzie Merritt, Misses immense shedding on eultable donated Company. the
1. Carpenter. Pastor--Servioes eer Chase street. Sunday school at 10 a. Ianl Thomas and Misses Mary and for storage in charge of a "checker," grand mother Mrs. Effoe McDonald, ae
rst and c third Sunday at 7:30 p. n. m.; Y. P. C. U., 7:00 p. .m. All are Pearl Baker. eho might do a commission business who has been ell. ti
conducted by the pasta. Sunday cordially invited p l Mr. Bl Hoyt. Mr. Rupho Bryars, to recompease him for guarnlog and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Tappan are via- ti
school at 8:$0 p. m, J. N. Andrews, * Mr. George Parzina, Mr. Walker and faithful care of everything in his Iting friends near Milligan.
up'sintendest. Prayer 7 meeting every Edkner and Gerdian Clark, Mr. Eddie charge, to be open from 6 to 10 o'clock ant
Thierday *ltn t at 7:3 n o'clock. r Presbyterian. Edand Jodie Crelghton. Mr. Irving a. m. and i hours in the evening. Hi
Warringtoa Charch-Rev. Geo. W. First Presbyteriaa Church-Re. Holmes, Mr. Ned and Harry Roberson If the city would wall up the ditch I
Carpenter. PNator-Services every Julian S. Sibley. pastor Sunda, Mr. Grady and Richard Merritt, Mr. on West Garden street and erect ample r .WUU
at 7:30 p. m.. every fourth Sunday. seLool 9:3f . m. Christian Endeavo Charlie Parzina ana' others. shedding in the center thereof, mak- |
;uaday school at 10 a. a. Fred 5 p. m. There will be preaching All seemed to enjoy themselves lag "common-sense" regulations for a
.lI- superintendent at 11 a. m. by Rev. Sylvester Week., fne fruit and vegetable market there, it
C i D. D. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harper and little would prove most satisfactory and Speial to The Journal.
Wrt Chris etian. uetday school at the toddart Ave son, Joseph, and Mr. Bob Blackshhre work like a charm. P wood, Sept. 33.-he Health of
Ces a hret Chutch--Corner Ay suerMission at 4 cm. rdi and wife are up the river on a squirrel THOS. McMILLAN. I Plinewood, ept. e.---the Health o f
..... .. ..,ited. uMr. and Mrs. Joe Rutherford arethe ri F. West of Milton, were business via-,
Wh La flAn arn Taunm AIi S C happy parents of a fine girl. h oFl I AK H tors here last week. I


EARLY


...FALL


ARRIVAL


GOODS...


SPECIAL LINE OF
SUITINGS YOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
IN 61 ;'A S, PLA'!S AI'D W3RSTES,.

AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF


TO SELECT FROM.

Our usual complete stock of


has been enlarged, and we are offering all grades
for Men, Boys, Ladies and Children.

We have new arrivals in Hats and Caps:
latest shapes and shades.


MONDAY'S BARGAINS.
On .Monday we will offer an endless variety of
SHIRT WAISTS, all of attractive pattern, for the uni.
form price of 50 cents each. This is an offering that
will not be made again this season, and you should call


early and make selections.


Your attention is called to


our window display of these goods.


Yours for Quality,


W. J. & B. FORBES.


ONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.


MAIN O17ICA
JackwaemiIe, IMOri4S,


)AID CAPITAL,


BRANCWII
Bavaumual'1%=MpaPessaediL


$5000,00


The CoMUas Oald OW"er t.aaaW y Ia s sor to the C. &. Aene
mpany, of Jakaville; t"s Florida Grooery CompMea, of J&akaaMVll
Sgroowy brash fO the or t da aval stores and ComLIloa CoaIss
JacksoavillS; th grocery bach af the Matual Naval 2toreM ComwamY a
ekoTavlUo; the 59 nbrams of the Gutf Naval sorwm Oomay. a
mim&; tasgrow branch ot the 94 Naval Stores Cmpsy, of p
s vo ory bmae of t" IM CoeMt Naval ato s Compaay of Pgen"oa.
Sgreery brmacht the *outhrna Naval StorMe Compay, of asavmmk.
Will handle l verytltg Im Heavif s Light Grocerisa. Grain Desseesl
d Imported Groeerl, Turpentine Too*e, tet. State Agente fee e wsfi
ekery Turpenine Wagone.


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I.- I A| V. VIIV %a I %1I PENSACOLA BRANCH



MAXWELL HOUSE,


Services every night t 8 o'clock 1n -1_ _-!- -_ youngg lady of Milliyfle, Fla., is visiting A S G .
GROCERIES? relatives here for a few eeks. RAT S.
the tent, South Past Corner Seville,_
square. A cordial invitation to all s [Special to The Journal. The new quarantine regulations;F
extended. Richard Nor.is, captain In DeFuniak Springs. Fla., Sept. 23.-a hardship upon our little town and.
i* rs .. .rc. Mrs. A. G. Campbell and children Mils vicinity. We now have to haul our A
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Special to The Journal. Mary McKinnon and Mlss Jeanette M fr :ght ten miles in the hot sun. WL E. MW EL L.
SATURDAY MORNING First Church of Christ. Scientist- Brent. Sept. 23.--Another fever Kinnon, have gone to the county for is oS. E. Stewart of Bagdad wa
frv:Ae at 11 am Services will b week is goue and we are even days a few days. Miss Jeanette McKin- ua o this week.
...SPECIAL... i the ensacola Lbrary build nearer to a heavy killing frost. May non has been very ill. and her friends 'me of the young men of our com- ______ -
0 0-ing on East Chase sRroeot. "__young_"____ofour"com-,
the new departure in science enable hope the change will be very bene- mutity were in hopes of visiting Pen-
Christian Science. our health authorities, by the rigid fiscal. sacola soon, but sincDON'e the laMISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FO
M U The Christian Scientists hold theli measures being enforced, to staap, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sleeman enter- report they wl have o wait awhile
rneting Sunday t t"he Masonic Tei out the mosquito fever before the vis- id a small party of young peope Miss il a charming youn lady Y EW FE
r., at 5 p m. The Wednesday meet- station of .akson Frost. Thursday at their hospitable home cf Mobile, who ha been visiting her
FRETH FLORIDA SYRUP, 00c per ing will be at 5 p. m.. same place ittion of Jackson Frobt two miles in the county. Those who c .Mobile, who has been visiting her --
FRM. FLORIDA SYRUP, W per g will a5p... same place. impose capital punishment enjoyed this outing were Miss A a uncle and aunt Mr. an.] Mrs. Pooley.
pollen. Why not impose capital punishmentenoyed this outing were. Miss Anwnah lefor Bagdad for a isit rat M o rla t i es d At Of
DOOLEY YAM POTTATOE&, $1.00 OCALA MAN LOST ROLL on those who are proven guilty of' Pai.sh, Miss 'Flrence Miller, Mi-s left for adad for a visit eo relative ; u %dM bamd
W ushe l. A carrying this deadly contagion through Franrcs Miller Mis Leavit, Mr. thr e Mil! is ow r. n g on full time.
12 b.FULL PATENT FLOUR, 35 OF $500 IN PULLMAN CAR the streets u 'er concealment. :ter WVagner, Mr. Moss Flournoy and' it p now ro l
ets. J. H. Smith, a prominent lumbo' I suggest an order tor every person Mr. Hugh McCall. W. T. Clver of Michian and T U T A CU
to be arrested without a thermometer Captain W. W. FMi rney and hi! M Anderson of CarYvillechFlag aedIT CURES TO ST AY CURED.
OOD HAMS. 12 cents per pound. dealer of Ocala, was r.,bed of $709 in his mouth while out on the street stenographer Miss Milbra Moorei Anderso Caryed Sold all dru s es or at
DAISY BRAND BACONS, 12 cents Thursday night on a Pullman car b(- and those showing abnormal temlcra- spent Tuesday and Wednesday a: day. uM 8 to e l E ovt
w pound, tween Panasoffkee and Jacksronvilie. ture to be carried under screen to a Vcrnon. I
ONE DOZEN CANS TOMATOES,. M i brd h t h detention hospital until -suspicion' i, Mr. James A. McLean. the genial. i]fX tO Ca I' *,
-5 centES Mr. Sm!.h boarded the train sotly pst. county clerk, has almost recovered LG pL fT TT MAKE s
aftcr midnight. bound for Jackson. iSome ingenious yankee can easily from his illness which confined him to, i- 1 ULL- I If SL
v!lie He went imme4d;tely to the! invent a suitable thermometer in imi- his room for several days. During
Pullmnan. and went to bed. When he station of the decorative cigar: his absence from the office Mr. D. S.1 P1 lMPI RITURNS with the law in this regard. The INFANT DAUGHTER OF
O Let there be a standing reward of a Gillis and Mr. Gillis Douglass pre-births and deathsreportedtote Cty MR. AND MS. BRIG
t:.dressed he rolled his trousers, andthousand dollars for the capture of sided over the affairs there. authorlatie the past eee o are as MoD S
laid them near his heal. first exam- any "'victim" who may escape froM Mr. A. C. Darling of Darlington laws-
ining his po kets to see that his .he screen against Miss Stegomyia and Mr. W. S. Green of Dady, were in For some time past physicians and Bhlaws: oi Wh Norm Viola, the t*n m
S C a m was there. Fasciata. the city Wednesday, Mr. Green is in- undertakers have neglected to make t-, d ughter of Mr. P cTr T
2 onwt oaa henhe r wke s a r The Stuart family who have been terested in a turpentine still a few prompt reports of births and deaths To C. T. Parane and wife, a by; Wright street and Eighth A
O I On O O lU When he w~oke yeste- lay morning making ready for migration to Call- mile; from town and his business and, as a consequence, the record of ugene Herring and wife, a boy; P. .. pired last night after an
Shoes to-day. he at once looked through his f-rnia, succeeded in making a final e- brings him here very frequently. vital statistics at the office of the City Oberg and wife, a girl. about three week's durat
trousers pocket for his money, but it parture from Brent station last Sab- Mrs. E. T. Milligan who has resid Clerk is very incomplete. Inquiry OeathS-Whit. death of the little one,
war gone. He reported the matter to bath. ed at Whitfleld the past few months' here Saturday o'sclosed the fact that: Fred Bublman, eons~ption; M. t. wholly unexpected, was a
teondc r port bt te!So effective is the mosquito block- passed through here Wednesday, eu only two of the deaths due to yellow Duncan, senility. blow to her parents, who
Hill -- the conductor, and poner, but the ade of the southern routes that they route to Marianna, where she has ac- fever had been reported to the e ty: O-Coyr. D sypathy of their many f
ll money was not found. Were ticketed via St. Louis and Kan- cepted the position of matron in the juthoreties and the list was deficient' Infant of Willie Larry ad Beatri: tae:r hoir of affction.
S1 Arriving here Mr. Smith reported as City, making a long crescent-sbap- State Reform School. in many other respects. The atten-! Lewla, isaaltia; infant o(f Lhol Job. The funeral services will
A. r ere Mr. Smitn reported a e journey to the city of Los Angeles. Mrs. W. A. Monre., formerly ofl tion of the Board of Health will prob-' a., attllbo~; Eliza Hick paralse; this afternoon
AIr al t the robbery t. the Pullman office, and They have retained their country Pensacola. but now of Milligan Is v.s-iably be called to this matter la the W., Bear,, tabreuloa Marto
also to Detective James C. Crawford, home to fall back upon when the Pan- iting relatives here. | course of a day or so and an orater Thomes, typhoid maiartia Anlae 31. Low rates at Southern H
PHONE 212. who is now working oa the case. ama canal opens and the Florida sand Mrs. John N. Newtog of Milton is' issued that will compel compliance ter, Bright's disease, rooms and board.


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Yellow Fever made slow progress during the last two weeks.


Our


SALES DROPPED OFF a great deal and the result is that the fever is


again raging and spreading.


CAN YOU DOUBT ITS MERITS NOW?


OUR GUARANTEE IS BACKED BY $500 COLD CASH


BOSSO MEDICINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.


Consult C. Apostle at


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SFlorida Facts and Fancies
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The Hyacinthi Pest.
A l'alaika d:-pa~c)itia 1~ko
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P". I'U M- iLe : ~ I p e.r


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claim, I i* nla1i i( 1)1S
:ei : I in t hcia. i1 na a .v


dicular ba-r on the top of his head,
a la Andiew Jackson, whom he very
;nuclih rnsmubles. Mr. Schrift Setzer
dot, hi.s edit orial writing standing up.
( a. 1,i b., en rapport with lofty
id, i.-. W\\e have looked at all the
h ,ro:,,-t;pecs ,carcfilly, using the cll!:
ess j:iJl.'ioousy so as not to lo.e
:h, cork and was'e any of ts .-,n-
:;r :<. Mr. Sz,,r is (hronicpli / in
v.:n' of a gotd1 job printer. is tnuse
v( c):m fail v,,i.ntims to th2
L,:i Spr!ins heverages.-Jacksou-


vi v Tnim-s U'nion.
SteGomyia Fasciata.
F-. :',r Tim.ii -Uninii:


.i) 1j a ilI\ .& I n. r I IJ. i ra -n Byrd's ar-
,*2- in .rht) i 2 t r oni hin, .annvafasciat~a anti
7 T I'.' : ".-f.''it' I T': a (a. f like Import
f tt : t h,- ow fever excitement.

a . a ~ h, i.: r :~~~A:~
so t-in we nmay


P.W.0. .INE


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You cannot buy a beer which has been more ex-
pensively prepared than Gerst Dove
Brand, yet it is sold as cheap as
any. We carry cleanliness and
.. purity to extremes, using
the finest materials.
S"GrstBeer. n adedfarmous
b the sunny SGut.
William Gerst
Brewing Co.
Nashville,
Ten.


PETER BELL. DISTRIBU TOR, PENSACOLA, Fi.ORIDA.


t *s:t*t t I'- btt on 'ti I-
..'.
I imp


ance. It is a domestic insect, living
in cities and towns, its favorite nabi-
tat being about dwellings. It is a
day mosquito, feeding in the early
hours of evening and soon in the morn-
ing. When resting an a dark 'back-
grcund the stegomyia presents a
striking appearance, the white hands
on the legs easily distinguishing it
from other members of the mosquito
family. It is the female that conveys
the disease, as the males are not
equipped to feel .on human blood.-


He's a Slick Duck.
General Glchrist has learned to
cook okra way up in North Carolina
ai.(: writes the recip.' to the Punta
iGorda Herald, and1 says it is not so
Pick as when cooked in the old way.
Tih'.',:ght the General was fond )f
:.(uk things in gcj.ara..-Live UaiK
S;t scent.


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During Things.
N:,. telling what v'll happen or
, iha; pI opl; will ay if these r"-)i-
> .,i, f' er days hol on a while
:in. er. J:.t'; road he :',i..'ow ing lines:
"lie \V. .'. Wagner. )f Dei- uniak.
a::A'e i here Punday ni.hit and has
:.e I.doin:g seine sp. a(iid preaching
.,:.7 i: t !he week. The meta.n. ; \ il
mum :"il Sunday night.-Milligan Hier-


\\'e ar surprise-, I liro'her M',
^ *ii'ih -- lie lrtlcpr .'e-sill o it o j p',.;K''i,-'
S f the good oid Baptist doctrine.-I
.:ilon Index.
cGrman Girls Want Beer. 4
'Tiha, (he people ,f Southernr Gtr-
.:,..'. art :..: well ;nft rmin .' in rz,-
S:, cic: lii:.ons (xlsis g in F:orltia
o .-h iwn I,\- colmmentb in a Miunic'i
(It rnlauny new. aperer ,pon the lpro-
or securing (German .sor nian;
-irl t alo,'a'.c in Florida.
1ThI' paper is nrint,,! u G('n-rman, t
(ouiirse, hu: seo eral cpie.- been re,'eived i iJ *k'-onville,. and
Thi fallowing is a fair translatlon of
the article:
"One of our Munish countrywomeni
writes us from Jacksonviile. in tne
State of Fkriria. that on Autust 14
an agent left for German y to engaze-
servant girls in the southern part of
Gt many for the southern part of the
United States, and particularly tor
F.orida.
"But our countrywoman gives the
following advice: She says that Tihe
climate is not good for new immi-
grants; that the wages look big in
Germany money, but ate not so. -s
one mark (25 cents) v-ill buy about
as much in Germany as $1 will in
the United States.
*She says tihaa the heat, for coun-
I try work, is almost unbearable, and
the meals, for the Germans. who a.re
not used to them. are a most unea'-
able The meat is transported fie:a
tte West to the South. and has a
bad odor.
"The order of meals is beans and
pork on weeks days. and on Sundays
pork and beans. The fare is so pla n
that the German girls would have to
go hungry. For drinking. they on:y
get ice water (no beer), which is very
unhealthy.
"All in all. our countrywoman


warns a!l German women and girls
not to listen to the smooth talk and
promises of the agent who wants
them to go to Jacksonville. She sayb
that only dissatisfaction will await
them.
"The Southern State. of the United
States ought not to be recoin-
n'ended for the German immigrants,
as a race fued always ex:Sts between
the white and colored, a'dl the always
unhe4athy climate are drawbacks well:
worth considerin." I


The name of the
I woman giving the advice
in the paper.


Jacksonville
is not given


Why He Does It.
I he average Florid.a politician does
good deeds for publication, and not as
a guaranty of good lalth.-Palatlka
Tirnme-Herald.
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Big Demand for Limes.
S;xten bhrril oif limes were
: ron:1gh up from he k*e-. by Captain
i'nI oer. est'r lay If' '-rnon. .rld
lan,, d a: th.. M;:ami Fi.-h C's., ,lwk,
vh re thev fo l, .: ers \\:li''' -'.
Th 6 .i' I f'r ;!' r '' i ; ili!p ''c, ,ir -
eO.-- ..lam: Recw'!.
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Bia Caravan 'From the Everglades.
_\ !ii; p] oc<',, i,):i "f ,:\ o.ins a"--
I'."' in tov.'nI fr'.n '"h E rl i';:.e;
wi ih ali^an or hl: .:!.' i Mo ilny
T" erp wV rr o'* L hi1" rI: -' (* ox t", mi!e-,
tt (' if .'iL't! '' ';I% ciih l ',' VI' T t; 't "*v
o.K n. Th wan, ;r in 7
*ga'oi hhl. : ft r HB:il lr,'. anil 20 .
f*. Frann', V .4 : !!. If ..* S '' F .'
p. t a" \: a r. ia r r:r .n f'r "Ti -
S iii to r ;i ;* i. -'' at Tam,
*";. is ("I :"1 th ,, i, T k(
f'it r ,.' *< i .. 4- r :),' r to the
\ I r :, l '_ a ifo tim ry N aga rti
I t--LI h :E '.y h;a ,1i.- Ft. Myers
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A Smooth Duck.
A sn,,)th duck 'went lnto a co! i
drinrk p'ace a: Crystal River. made
'he proper tor ,l'"e," rthev were o'd
friend ,. ei r the af .r,.;il prop full on
-',rm ,-iinkc. pn' him to Ied. took th?
ca.'h and .lkippe,l.-Gai'?esville Sun.


j TERSELY TOLD
f. BUSINESS LOCAL.S. *
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Hendrix & Carpenw'r wi!l furntsh
estimates on hbmiidn and painting
and eive personal at"fn'lon to work.
932 E. Strong, and 24 East LaRua
streets.
McKinzie Oertine k Co., wholesale?
and retail ship rhani'ers and grocers,
the on'y 'lrst-cla'- heI se ,f the kind
in Pensacola. Fa:r > '"!e:. to all.


Why us? Inferior paper, when you
can buy Kolso Bond,. F-ench Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Tl-ojpoor.'s 30 S. Paliafox.
L-w rapte aT Southern Hotel for
r--ms ani b.ia:d.


WiCKE & CO.
P9nsaooea, Fla.


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Frank Beilly, Agent, Pensacola Florida


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 190&


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The JournaPs Classified Cash Ac

o 0o-t-a-st'ord m nsertion. Nx Me adrtaiement taOken l r 0 tMn 260o.


vvertisements


SPrW)t rates is tie meonti.


Money is One of


Man's Best Friends0

HB't how to acqu:re it is the question. We want yol to
come and talk 1.ie rma:ter over wi;h us.

We Have Real Estate to Sell
and want to sell it. We believe those x'ho buy now will
find our judgment in values good and tha: ;ou will make
money out of ,t.
COME IN AND SEE OUR LIST
OR WRITE U&.




Pensacola investment Co.
A. M *L I.E EU n CRy amawei.
W. L. KNOWLES, ro miL IL L. SIMON, retry.
J. STU.LUA, V.- M &4" m. igr. KNOWLMS Tresunr.

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.


WAWeED REAL ESTATE
We want the public to remember that
we are back at our old tad on F.,East.
Government sirtrf. and selling gro- F0 A
seriess and product ciheper than any FOR SALE
v tat we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Son. 7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 lots,


W4sept ... .. ...... .... $1400.
WANTED--Everybody to know that 3 houses, renting $18.00 per month
I am prepared to furnish them char- .... ................ $1600.
coal in any quantity, as I will always 3 houses inewi renting $21.00 per
have a car load on hand Will delil- Ibonth.............. .....$.I .
er any amount from 4 bushels uip. 4 room house, renting $7.00.. $00.
Wagoas on the street daily. When Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00
you want charcoal listen for the fog per month........ .. ..-....750.
horn. Vueovich Coal Yard. Geo. Vuco- For Rent.
vi..Pr011 s.p(.. 7 room house. 91, E. Strong....$12.50
WANTED.-To rent five or six ro,:n 2i room ho'ise. 413 Guillemard 10.00
cottag,. either on North or West r. room house. 409 Guillemard. 16.(00
pill. Must have all modern conver-" ou r eal esiaie with me for
jenees Address P 0. Box 464, Ci'y sale,
16sept. ..- nts collectea and prompt returns
WANTED.-We can accommodate a made.
few gue-L.S at an up-to-date niount.:Lr
hot:; cLmatte delightful and pood wa- LESLIE E BROOKS
ter. moderate rates. dress F D. LJLIL
Cunningham, Buena V's:a. Va.
mep am Buena V V 20412 S. Palafox St., Fisher Builoing.
I 5Steptlm
PLUTO! PLUTO!
Keep your sys:e;, :in ood condition
arnd you need no tar any disease. h LP WANTED
i'luto, the great s'-in ch dealer, for -
sale. wholesale ian: re'a::, by Jas. VW NTED.-Trveling salestlan want-
McHugh. di to e'! grocers. Permanent posi-
WANTED.-To reo', 'r buy imnpr-ve tion. t;ate present positikn and sal-
place, not mr( a miles north ar ,xp d premium ider .,
or northwest ot Pen:a,)la. with 15 t) i_ -_) I 24septp*
25 acres of land Hleptin WA.NTFD.--Two good white or col-
tine Hutto. Holts, FLa. set rI men with horse and wagon to
KINU & HUAL. contracting paintrs seil. charcoal: good money for hus-
ard decorators. Fine varnisha'u tU' :-.; none :.ut hustlers need apply.
sad tnishing. Sign parting a pc- App.:y \ Viv,,ic.h ('oa; Yards. on Al-
ciait.. Residence phone 24R.. 29aug. c;.i-i= and Garden. 22sept3t.
Mrs. Laura W. Creary wli resLn-.e WANTgD -rood cook. Apply at 43
agency for the Winona mills hier3, East Gregory. 23sept2w*
ca d t',i,,,ts th p natronage of a lorni-


200 Lots For Sale.


* Weekly Payments

of $1.00 only.

No Taxes! No Interest!
This offer is made to clerks, car-
penters, baymen, hackmuen, or to any
one who has 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 you
have nothing to show? To form a
basis front which to illustrate, we will
say $1.00.
Suppose you pay that $1.00 to me
each week and in a few months 4ou
will be an owner of real .estate. Think
of it. Here is the chance of your ilte!
Call and see me.

Thos. Pebley
Office Cor. Romana and Palafox Fts.
Pfone so9. -IS-l1


For Sale.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
country home on Reservation; good
fishing; good garden; good water and
plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash
or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How-
ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box
36. I5eept.1m*
CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggs
Makes fowls especially well flavored.
The cheapest food to be toumd F. &
Mellen & Co., Pkoao 884. loot
FOR SALE OR RENT.-Black top
tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par-
ties to camp out of town. Address P.
0. Box 446, city.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room
house and 120 acres of good laud
located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to-
gether or separately. Terms reason-
able. House mary be rented tempor-
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of-
fice. 3 sept.


FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes aud
Vaul Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio-
Communicate with nie for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere, Scar-
Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
28june.
FOR SALBi.-Soda fountain, stock of
confectioneries and cigars, located
on Palafox street. Can be had at bar-
gain if purchased at onze. Apply Es-
cambia Realty Co. 15aux.


FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 eent.
per hundred. Good for wrapping
paper and to put under matting. Al
clean and nice. Journal office.
Do you value your health? If so
use our pure Buend of Coffee "Dewey'
and "'Schly. New Orleans Grocerl
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 31
We have been with you in Pensaco
la since 1S74, and still intend to staj
with vou and serve you with the besl
of groceries at lowest iaar


... -"'......- .. .... ^ ket prices. Cew u rleans urocerv
er customers. If interested in good WANTED.-Hotel cook; colored boy to Co.. Jas McHugh, Prop. aug20
bosiert send postal card and she will couk lu a small hotel, good salary;
call with samples, or phone 147 answer quick, for Chipe'y Hotel, Chi- POR SALE.-Completely furnished
sTsaurm le. Pla l9sep. house, corner Gadsdn St. and 7th
WANTED.-ou t know that you ca avenue. Beautiful home. Must be
buy nice clean old papers at this n WANTE.--All young persons w I; sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut-
ou chea i. re good stenographers or bouk- ter. 20septlw
orice eleap. keepers. that are seeking positions er
DO Y-V want to buy or sell anything? rnmti A little wast ad will bring wonderful dia-ely. We can secure you good pos- cases. especially adapted for mil.
results. The cat Is too UmalguflOet itions. We are having more ca'ls linery 'purposes or for drug store,
to delay. dail1 than we can t uppIv. It will eo<" also one lot of counters and fine
you nothing to regis-er with us. Mo;'x French plate glass mirrors. E. L.
WANTED.-Kverybody to know that & Munro, Proprietors, rhe Mobh.o, Reese. 118 South Palafox. 2sep
our Blend of Coffee mas be imitated Business College. No. 62-64 N. Rnoyal FOR BAL-t a crfcu tur
but can't be equaled. New Orieana S!.. Mobile, Ala. l5septl* sFOR BALBt--At a sacroue tuurntlre
Gorcery Co. Jas McHugh, Prop. store, stock and accounts. Cal at
augn o WANTED.-Agents make $6 daily soel 3 E8-140 3. Intendoncia. $aa
WA- iubng the cheapest and most perfect FOR SALE-One Choice block on top
WAN-ED.-The public to know that Water FIlttr ever invented. Kta. of ta ridge eaat of the electric
we are pioneer ('offe Rase C- a, $2.00. Big profit. Exclusive terri- railway, between 7th and 8th streets.
Florida. New Orieans grocery C., 'orv Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. Nature has favored this section and it
.1. McHugh, Prop. aug20 tpilot* cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer WANTED-Trustworthy man tomaa- PLUTOI PLUTO!
wants yor moving and baul To age branch office and distributing d Keep your system in good condition
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- p-. for large manufacturer. Salary to avd you need not fear any disease.
sea. Pron Phone 978. I8junelm. s:art with. $1500 m rst year, and extra Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
We want everybody 'o know that we commiisions and expenses. Applicant sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.
are wholesale and retail grocers and must have good references and $1000 McHugh.
stll a* the old stand. New Orleans cac.b, capital secured. Experience un FOR SAiLE CHEAP-My tbree-year-
Gerocry Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. necessary. Address "Manufacturer," old Berkshbie herd teoar, Duke at
sag0. 21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. Floda No ti,23. Also some Sef
3. '.tcwr Florida, No. 6b,923. Aan
WANTED--Your electric work of all e young pigs. 1 sIx-months-old boar, aU
kinds. Let us clean your tans. re- WANTED-The people of PensacoLa registered and transferred. Carl Set-
pair your dynamo, do your wiring. etc. to cease worrying. Let The Journal terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18Jiy
FPone 570. PeOsacola Electric Co.. Want Ads solve the problem for yo.utifu block in New
corner latendencia and Baylen streets They are caper detectives and cal FOR SALF-Beautiful block in New
IJunel. find the man you are looking for itf City. Tract No. 312. Fcor cash $600.
he is included in the 25,000 or 30.000 Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House.
WANTED-Hauliug and transfer people whi makes the population olf aug
worl Ofce phone ',63. Residence Pensacola.SALE-Kill the germs of fever-
phone 390. Acosta & White, 2:-28 N. ,. ,OR SAL,--Kill the germs of favor-
Tarragon& ___cItmch WANTED -Agents In different ooun-; oroer a barrel of slack lime to-day.
w etroU. 06 ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe Phone 367. 4auglm
Rea- bo wnly tS t h else tio' and Lo'k Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo FOR SALu.-My reeldence on Ea-st
e wll fd The Joural W Safes and Vault Fixtures o every Hill, either including whole block
tter, i d p e Jour description. Write me for terms, of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
d a great W Scarritt Moreno. Pensacola, Fla.. Flor- quarter block of five lots. Apply at
WANTED-Oruer fto The Jourais's ida State Agent. 38June. my office, Thiesen Building for furtt-
speclai Pensacola and Panama Canal BAT HOTEL--Open night and day. icr particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
edition, which will shortly appear. Europea plan. Rooms light and 24auglm.
Will -ontasi half-tone pictures of city.' clean. Tranulenttrade s*lleted, i. G To TURTON for all **se* Ala
harbc- and shape se s ce 16 oea. S e th PalatO. Jo. Nieolau, oaeras IT and unloaded tre
Love o-ders at Journal oee pVop6nV. C, r g lieakeus oaete
WA.NTD--$eoond-band Corn. Oat raphs is Le south. 82 years a l1-
and cotton seed meal ack& Out at -fWrd an Rooms. r. 1wJae
itwr. shipments eolitted& Write M.; Miit W SALROIL l11-FOBI b 6
F S Mellen & Co. lOmarchIa ng3' FOR S tAL -1-ro Pom W
S -e C. .2.. ..-... f"ew boaraiers want d at 31S W Bel- lt, i blocks (lon PIalafo. let K
A. R. BINOHAM wants your moving month. 22eptlw* 192 on car iv e. For VprtlU Ite-
and hauling. He guarantees all break- quire of Standard Clothing Co
age PhoneS W- FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 29 Jan.


SCONL-LNU FLIKNTL'UK... U House. rooms. near business center and on
hold Articles, Jewelrv and sy *ale car line. For further information
able Article wanted. Weay cash ring Phones 368 ana 848 5 ings.
for it. Address P. 0. Box 1. Clty. ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large
16601 rooms for rent with or without board
THE RENTAL BUSINCs s t 0r directly on water f:ont, suitable for.
specialty and your baieas will light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret-'
have careful atteUa. D. Hale WUj singer, Fiherville. Phone 933.
a ea Of Osept.


GROW GINSENG. Large protta.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today tor literature. Bucking-
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O.
13aug3mos.
FOR SALE-Two pair extra fine
young maies,. sound and n pocd
condition. Also one 2-horse Stude.
baker wagon..W. S. Garfeld. 4Us


L.S. BR WN & ;o nyU

Real Estate
Aili P nnnnmT


$1450.00-5 room new cottage on Eat W 41
Hill, built for a home near car line, W HILLt PRUP I
south front, large lo..
$3000.00-For a very desirable corner
on Reus and Cevantes besides the | 0 LO
large vacant corner; there's practi- IS LU W

call a new house on it renting for
$15.00 per month. This Is worth
investigating.
$750.00-S rooms and hall. new; nicely on northwest corner of
paintya and hard oiled; 3 lots on 4 Lot5 on northwest corner of
corner, overlooking the bay. Romana and "C" streets.....
$25,000.00 to loan in large or small Northwest quarter of block 189,
amounts. ........


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.$775
1


W est King tract.............. 125
L. 5. BROWN & Co o10 Lots in block 48, West King
L.S.nD UVVI'AsCO tract.... ..............sn


200 Theisen BId'g
"WE SELL LOTS"


FOR SALE
FOR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fo.
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'z
Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.
FOR SALa.-&Ha boat for sale cheap;
18 ft. long; good condition. Apply to
Dan Saccaro, at Sagan's bath house.
23aeptlw*


FOR SALE-South ha'f block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
137% feet on Bay Vie- Park; also
south half of block 2rt, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 13713 feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin.
ing Bay View Park that is now for
eale. The beautiful view down the
bayou and down the bay can never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jly


7ORt SALM--ocoud-hland caan regis-
ter in perfect condition. WUll .1
cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can
be seen at James McHugh's 22moa

FOR REmNT
FOR RENT.--Five room cottage with
bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes. two
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm*
FOR RBNT.-12 r093 nose, corner
Hayne and WrlrWY streets. Apply
W. S. Garfield. 27aug.


! FOR RENT.-Smiall farm 1 block out-
side city limits O county hard
road, with sit room house; wind mill;
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan, at Firqt National Bank.
Pensacola. 26auglm


s FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner
g Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
I W. S. Garfleld. l2jul
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o..
coupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
0 43 8. Palafox street. 7juae
FOR RENT-Twenty-room aouse, cor-
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
r Suitable for boarding house. Apply
t to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 Mast Zarra-
igossa. 26m1t

Money to Loan.

Money-to=Loan I
MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small
amounts on real estate, plain or en-
Sdorsed notes. Prompt service. L. 8.
Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building.
16sept.
MONET TO LJND-Un gooa ret as
tas security, or on good collateral.
at lowest rates. Leslie ~. Broots.
Fisher building. ijang
MaONY *AOANJ)o a* any an ad
kianis of poroaMi property. payab.
wIeely or omataly. When you neod
money. see me. J. A. WULsc 22% W
Gtovermmeot street. Las lbur buldin,


11 Lots on car line in block 96,
West King tract..............$550



FISHER


Real Estate Agency

206 South Palafox Street,

PHONE 87.

Miscellaneous


To the Knights of Pythias of P'iort-
da:-On account of the postal author.
ities at Washington refusing the Flori.
da Pythian admission to the malls at
second class rate It has been Impossi-
ble to mail 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 dcing all possl-
Dle in the matter. Yours fraternally,
i G. W. Hinsey, Managing Editor.
22sept3t.

AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti-
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
to stay cured. It is a good tonia, a
good liver regulator. You need It at
this time of the y'ar. On sale at a;l
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., Vast
Government street. Price, 50c.
lUseplm.

PIANO TUNING.
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
Aia. I will satisfy you in Drice and


TAILORING-B I. Diamond, Talnl.
Gent's clothing cleaed, pressed and
repere oa short uoUce. No. 111
Wet OOvernment iLt, Penssaeolsa,
1de

FOR ONE DOLLAR AND PIpyy
CENTS per head. we will haul out
dead horses, ows, etc. Leave orders
aft 1t East Intedeaola. Herring
Broe Mfea
SAILMAKER.
J. R. PORTER, sallmaker. 716 South

Palafox street Orders take for
tents, awnings, camp stools and house
cats. etc. Prices reasonable. laum


LOST
(g ~


Walter S. Booton, 1 '. nthl u I fl'
SManufacturers of
General Dealer in and Dealers in


Bicycles, Bicycle Sudries


LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED L /PREI
SHINGLES AN) KILN-
DRIED SAPS.


and Fittings. THE -
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT. SHORT LINE
to
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type? (8C4Tn
writers, Guns, Pistols Locks and Um and Northwest
rella, repaired.;a N
Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives, Mia
sharpened. Chicago. a, :. L :1. an ]Kaisas
Most complete line ,f keys in the icag. K as
city. C.ty ,s the
Try 1Iooton'b Messenger Service
wtben In a hurry to send messages. Union Pacifi


12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 1133.


DIRECT TORY
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCILh
There will be a mioeting of thib
body on the first and third Wedneo.
days of each month at 7:30 p. a. All
delegates are requested to be proe
et. Z. W. ROBORITS,
W. L. DELAY, PresidgL
Secreary.
Peasaota Loge No 3. K. of P..
meets every Monday eveolt at 8:'
0'0k #at tir CamethHalT. Blomat
Wataon building. corner Palatox ae
Garde. street Vlatiung bretmhren eew
dilUy welcome t.
J. IL. BRBWTONI, C.
IL HORvre L o'R. IL
Rathbone Lodge No
S100 K. of P., aems every
tIM day evenflg at 3:00
0'relock i their cast*
ha I, third Boor. Blount
WauR ism bOudtag south
Sweet corner Palao an$*
GemS streets Vuitling kaighte *ow
Cordially welooafd-
A L. CRUTI, O. 0
C. J. Levy. KX. of R. & L
Knights of Celumbue,
,K Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hal.
No. $ West ttetengo
cia treet. on every
Monday evoebi at
7:80 o'eloek. A n .
vitation is Gtemao
to visiting Knights. '
JOhN 8. JONEs.
3DM. POX Grand lgbht


and conncrlions, wi:h, through s!..-pln
cars.
One-way coloni: ra:es on a!e f.-!'.a
Septeinber ;51h tI o o.be+r i-'. ,?
To California, Oregon. W% a-iaimo.
Montana. L'tah. etc.
Special round trip rates to Ca!ifol-
nia and the Lew:a & C',ark ftpoi.
tion ar Portland. Oregon, until e
timber 28th.
Ask for through rate from yor
station and sec"ir, literature. [!W
formation freelyv svr'n
J. F. VAN RENl ,BLA.R,
General Aget,
13 Peachtree St.. Atlanta, a.
G. W. ,ELY, T. P. A.



iuif Stm ip Co.
*TrAhrw.&r TA*PO
W. G. BARHOW, Master.
IRSrT-CLASi G u.\it AND
FIXIGHT bb&VlCU
-hBetwwLn-
pENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHb
COLA. CARRABMES L. ST. AN.
DREWS, MILLVLLE.
And all points on St. A idrews Sah,
Carrabelie and Apaiahniclla
SCHIEDULSI
Leave Pensacola iunda*, 8.:30
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacula. Tuesday S:30 I
m., for St. Andiews, Mili ie,. Ape.
a1c"lcola, Carrabelle aud late medif
points.
For additional info;'matlon aNlyI f
J IL SAUNt&fS
RL. L COBB, Prea41L
Gen. Prt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola. fla.


M. A. B. A. No. 81 meets first anc
third Wednesday evening at 7:0 pI
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West latest
dencia Street. *
A. G FRLL, Prea.
J. L. SWTENyT See.
woW .W
Uve Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W..
meets In Pythia Hall l1t and Ire
Wednesday in each month. Visittan
sovereigns cordially Invittd.
r A. BOORIC C a THROUGH SERVICE
LNULIW BROOhK.. Clerk. VA
W O. W. C., Oak arwve, o. L AN, E A T. H. and C. A .I.
Woodmen Circle neets last Thursday r YZtle Thek h 1rJ 0 ly-
of each mrnth at 3:30 p. L., rd foor NASMViLLE 1 ONOA4e
Wateon building, southwest corner THROUON cLEEUp4 e oDAY COACH
Palafex and Garden streets. Visiting mEW ORLEAN S TO CMAe w
sovereigns cordially Invited. Mrs. W.)1 eIm& A..AL A.. L L=
A. St, Clerk; Mrs M B. Ol ** se ,
Guardian. "


r, a LOST, STRAYED OR 8TOLEIN-One -
MONntf L.OAiu on oo4 ra to white bull terrier. Return to Jo.
,at & ocurily Jig 7 outM t aWhite's store or 417 E. Gregory and orug& Flased Is Ird
Bale WUsoni & s O receive reward. 24sept a ll T-alMas
MLOST.-Silk umbrella with silver S dulTaking Et
MONEY LOANED on ai kinds of pe. mounted handle, on belt car lineS
Toasl property on short notiee Thursday. Reward for return to John
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs Ihite's store or 423 East Gregory St. Southbound No. 1
28% South Palaftox St., 'Phon 1144 23sept3t.
noy I LvY Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m
'TNJMU TEDD amea"t or monAy to loan LOS'1--White Setter Puppy, left ear Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) :45a.0
oa all kinds of pwrtsal property lemon colored, right ear speckeled thber... a.m
special rate to baustles ma on larg* lemon and white; name Trixie. Re. Lv Cuthbet" ** -- a.
oan T-be New Tork LsM Co., 204 ward for return to 4 W. Caro, 11 W.i Lv Arlingto ...... ...li0Am
&Mth Pal-fe Government St. 22septlw* L, Bal brldg*.. *- .. 11:*
Ar Tallanaasse. ...........1 2:55p
hnll'lg Pauw Skla. LOST.-Black, butt-bead cow, with Lv T s1e"0 (6. A. I- RY) 1:5p3
402 8. PALAFOX ST. steer ealf with white face. Reward Ar Jack'ville, (S. A. I. Ry.) 7:40p.m
MON=T TO IA)AN ON AIAMONDAk for return to Nathan Adams, 509 bal., Lv Tran3ahasee.. .. ....... 2:00p.m
Watched, Chains. Rings and all amas amanca St., City. 19septlw* Lv ocaopp.. ... ** ** ... :14.m
et ollateral security at lowest rate elof Lv Lanark.. .. .. .. ....** :469.m
.rerest. Basalas in unredeemeD LST-Maltese Angora Kitten near. Lv Carrabelle.. .. ........ 4:00p.m
ly grown Reward for return to 811 Ar Apalaehicola.......... p.m
Found- E. LaRua St. 19sept Northbe e


Illbma Railway U.
SIsoroe Rahilroad e.
fect May 6, 1935.


No. 3
7: 50.m
11:35a.m


4: 05p.14~
6: 15P m
6:55p.m
9: 40p.ni


4:00a.m
10: m


8:(
10:
10:
..*


No. t No
FOUND-One pointer dog; owner can1 LOST, STRAYED OR 6TOLON- Alachicola.. .. .. .... 8:0.r .
have same by proving property and! Black Holsten cow with brasa tips v Apah belle. . ..11:80<.U 2:0
paying expense incurred. Apply on horns; about 4 years old, either rk ... ** .. ll:a..m 2:2
Wicke & Co. 22septlw* springer or with calf Resard for re Lv Athokpp. .. .. .. 2::21a.m 3:1
turn Burns' Dairy, 309 W. Zarragossa L VSopehopp, .. ....l2:Op. 3:1
St. 17septlw* Ar Tall ass. .. . .. 1:$Opi 5:0
LEd otofl l cLv x j'.le, (S. A. L By). :M 4:'
l -A A S5nases (.A pLR=.)-. 2:10pm 10:1
WANTED.-My patrons to know that GIVE YOUR HAULING TO Lv T*llahas .... ,- :0pmo 6:3
my school will open at the same L abriate ... ..... :p. 81:
rlace as heretofore, as soonas the yel A r
low fever situation will permit. Miss A.A V Cathbert,(C. 0*.) .. :43p.m U1:1
PattleHolden. 24sept. L Macon, (C. of .). 4: 4:
Pattie "Hoden. 2sept. Th. S. Ttr--n P Ar Atlaita (C. O f" 30.)-o 7:25 nm 7:5
HAULING OF EVERY ODESRIPTION NOTICE: :-T-raIt shI 5 a"d 4 will ep
I F. M. WILLIAMS, 1 of Shewell Street. 5F1Sl._


I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Offce, Brosnasha building, at
to Peasacal Business College.
I Prompt attention always given
( to business. Pensaccla Pla '


Sunday
only
No. 5


afteimo
only
ft"


6:20a~m ......*fe
8: 05A.in ....


00a.m $-I sa-M : $up =
: 0a. m S:29a.m 9: 54p.=
:45a.m 10: 05a.nii 10: 269.n
.... O1: 1a.m 10: 35",

Sunday sn-
m38 only Only
33 No. 6 No. 4

SOp.M *S:46p.m 4:44&0
14p.m ?:21p.in 6:lifti
DOP.m I:35p.in 9: 26&
lOop.m ....
15a.m 8:460.m 6: s5a..
97a.m ArI10O-26p.m 8:27am
16a.m 10- 1bti
55&.mn..........Ar 11: 36&0
35p.m ..... 4: SiWL
55P.M 7: US.S
amrt froR., and arrIve at, fie


TWwh fe To r le 5I, lWg M ainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will -
cn sal at the o er te CGMatabi reaery Company.
*Traln No. 9 will 4 S a ietee at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEGO, R. ., SNIPE, E. ALSTON,
General Manager. W. Pa.. Agt. Geni' Pam, Af,


quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 24 4Ueoraw.
East Gregory St., Pensacola. Pemeaeia L N. 4, L 0. 0 .
29auglm* Pesacola Lodge No. 4. 1. 0. O
aets every Thurday etiatIg at 7:3,
at the new ball on West Oalie,
REGULAR MAIL LINZ-Good ovyoa treet.* Vw bala b ern orla,
ance for traveling pubic. Dally se invited. T. bro r crdaN,
vice each way. Prom Chipley to Bay. B W OVSiT.7-J, SNeO.
head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley, B. R wniOVI, S eretary.
Fla. 24meh REBRKAH SIS2TERL
Naomi Lodge A*o. 10, Rebelash e
REAL ESTATE. tersn eets every Monday night a
IRAL 8UTATE in all parts of t. o'loek is L 0. 0.. Ba. l iS
You buy the gorid and w Itlng staisters cordially invited to
Tog you bythoe o nd and we t WUpresent. MRS. S. DeTHAYIR.
bunid your house on long time pay. MISS MAMi PiSMAN, oretary
montJ D. Hale Wilson Co& MIS A L MA, rotary


SPECIAL ATTENTION G VEN T@
BASGAGE DAY OR NIOHT.
PHONE 0711.
P. 0. BOX, 7..,


w-emmm_


30mism


I


XMI" -4p "-


W-IN wilmmou3nalu


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1905.


uaceb Dyeing, Clean-

m and Pressing Club
1i the place to send your clothes to be
Wyd, Cleaned. Pretzsed or R<(paired.
hI Ware now in a position to hand!"
ftr work more effici(n;ly than ever.

E. L. REESE,
V0ne 675. Proprietor.
No. 11 North Palafox Street.
6-


RSTrr AND CORN MEAL MILL
r. GONZALEZ & CO.. Propsa
Mankutacurers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STO" K FEED.
Bay yimr meal ano block feed from
tM hoboe nflna tinret, ,ncourage:.L
aoure ,ndu~Lr-y. outLril-ute boma
labor, and ieai.e ;jur money :a youz
c.ty.


Legal Advertise ments.

GARBAGE CONTRACT.
S'. &. a va

t ;, a ..( ; : "' "

!'e 1 -a
;e : 1 A' . ,.; ...;; . .r 'a -
jiugi .sh"i' ::i: .. "Garbz e-
Sealec Bid." .,:
,h "i ,i il>. 1' "i :':: ,1 r" f ."
!ha d( ,e .3, Tr
anC:1 1:.
l9sep" t to:.
SWEEPING CONTRACT.
Sea' '4 bild- r.,' hi, ,lai'l sw -'pi .T
ef the paveid n)r,i ,' Pa a:.'x s:ri,
or thb half >'ar '** :- niniiii O()tolot r
1. 190. Vi.l re e.\, bhi the Hoa:,l
of Pthl'ic Wo\r-- a :, C'i:y Hali un;;:l
12 o'clock. noon ,in Monda.. Sp'en:
IrPr 2., 1905. A"' ';e\ ';pe- coniainin:
bids should l n'warked. "Sweeping
Sealed Bid." Suce ,-sful hidj*-r mu-u
givPe approved ihw.r:i :he suni of on i
thousand dollars '1 te righ' to r jec*L
ny anl all bids, i r ,,.erv',d.
CHAS H BLISS,.
$lsept4t Mayor.
SHOEING CONTRACT.
Sea-d, bids f ir j ., 'n.: horse '
and n-iles for "e o :-. c ,. ir inc 0<
tober 1. ii:. v, r-c, i ,
Board of Pi \,,-i a h. C''
IRall until 1 2 o .,ci :i n,, onz .Moiia\.
Septenb.l A'' *.
ionta 'ning 1, Is 'itl. ;. n;i.. w '
*Shoeing Sealed Bid." Ti .11 h ,
Weject" \ a:n a : -.: is is -.'< -\ '
('iHAS Hi v:s.S
tlp*4' M:uo; '4
An Ordinance to Fix the Sala-y of the
City Attorney.
Be it Orda:: e '1 *,,-. Co"'
S of '-,.
ten'"- fir : "
dre :' p : .
par- , . ,
with a .
pea'i
V'a' s." *. ,: .-,
App, ', ',
Attce- s:' ',, ,
C K\ M'F.
Seep' 4'.
ADMINISTRATR;X NOTICE
C all pe-" "
aca. '
to p '-'t" ,_
ye&rs ':' ".. .. .
Septen '' ." \.'; '. "


HEALTH ORDINANCES


PASSED BY' COUNCIL


Anti-Mosquito and Fumigation Measures Enacted Into Law at a
Special Meeting of 'the City Fathers

Saturday Morning.


A Dolar's Worth for a $S





Honesty


in the Tream 'ent of our
cuom rs is our i. a t
.rood business.


We Make Trade by

Good Goods at

Fair Prices.

ihere are no "Its" or
"a-"" a*, ,:: a I "ying
pr,)poo." : 'lr Our
guaraL: mn:.. s you
male.





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


I 1!.o cx -!:v '-i~d Boar! shall
C I '.. j.'0 51t ii w n and re-






1, e: '4 i

4 I .t onv i N '~ n t


Ii 7.S....... i.t,10 5 a: by T tny
Ilit ai ir 'nt-hLWi- tby 01 :via

t'- ... I ar. 1.11s-on convIrt-
vdi lit- P C -r *. o:', mi0en; .n:,
it-i'- I 141two 1'2t .1 t! is rlitni noe
511. tie ;.1m-111- v t fine niT ox--
c--, ng ont-,Linlr.' do'...a'-. or irn1f

ii ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i --h: t: ~sr.:o t, Re'-
sC. Thu T !Ii:~r~itnnee shail





Sop* 8.r
E. lii ~Ih:'V I' -. ILy
CDr.

FUMIGATION AND SCREENING.


nan-itTb." o 7Ta' 111"


3 i '.' Of"'!i.or '.e C.-tx fo'Ar-i
P-1 1!" 2haIa; t' ha' eb1o ,'




*T, ii ,...rf.x


wI. tfa -an a'.It r m~-:c

a: 't. : ;' ui I t i i
af C '' l'. -a1 ot :1 1,irh shab

~dt,
8 T~' : s':'.'. I tI n'di''r


HOLD YOUR COTTON
Cottia will seil at 14 cents by
Christmas. Exporters have commit-
ments enough to astound you.

THE COTTON FUND
IS GROWING TREMENDOUSLY.
Don't fail to send your subscription early.


Th- c!'y counc!: met in special ses-
i.'n ju: be! p-:is, 1 the 'wo orli i incO-s read for
lih<- first and se'o)nhi :;mes at the
sp;-cial inmeetng on the iday previou-s
r,.:,i'\e to ;he extermi:.al:on of mo,-
qIIIoes and the fumi tr an of heuss '
under certain condi'iou-. Tr.e or-
d:anL-ce-s in quJ'st on wi!: have The *f-
fi"; of ass.:-ing the -:afe and ciy
h,.a:'h oxari- in the ; v~erk of check-
ij.L- he "pr,'ard of y~eli ,w fever as it
Ml!! enabl the city au't ',rities 'o en-
lre, ih rul(- and reauiations of thi.
-i;.;, health dupartmnnt. The or.
,i.Lances as passed ye-:erday and ap
I'-oied are a- fo.;owS:
EXTERMINATION OF MOSQUI-
TOES.
An Ordinance to provi'? for the ex-
t m'inat i''n (1 M o-sq:. a- *'-. and toj
r.i'ulate T'he c't'..ng ,it \We> lit i* orl.a:n<-d by th, Mayo>r and
CioUr.c: of t:h- Cty of Petnsacola:
S.. ion 1. Tha: troni the nri':t
la. of Marcei tO (he 5:''. day of De-
S .r t .:er i, s: *. i'. uniaw'fuil
l'i ,y Ai ..- ,i whlho .h-ib ow n. control
up. an: lot, r par. ci of laai..
or ,rT'ln-cs,. :Tn It ('it\v o; Plnsac.s,;a.
(i; ',* Ii .i. a2'Tie r' arl'. r lp'r'-'st i .1-
:: e.itir'., of any such pi:fson. to
a-,iw, any v,-i e., teIn (c' or rT* '; i-
1 ., of any ki i w}xha(- ver c.ontai:'
i inll .sia-nanrt. .;t:,r. )r "ati r ;n wh i.:
,l(he ara 0: ; in iiqu to nmay CxiI.'
i. i,>. or renmian ani w' p *iPn sui h
1ui parcel of land. o 1, p iI -4es.
Unltrtione] ii; he ore', nz -;st' A ;oll :
s-a-i l!e uniawfui for a:',\ p r' .n wh,'
shat ow;wn, (ointrl. or occupy an;i lot.
parre: of land, or premi-es in Th,. Ci'y
,f Pensacola. or for 'he aLen:. :-tir-
vant. representative or (emplove of
any such person, to al.ow weedls 'o
grow upon such !ot. of lan 1
or premises to a heig::t exc-ef:l.ng
jeighieen lS, ) inches.
The word '*weeds" a- herein uis'l
shal: be held to include all rank \eze
tablht i row:h which exha;, unpleasant
or i xious. odors. anid :;s,, all h',ig
at:l rani.k ~ *'al'e- r A\ :,' i n
co ,'. ;. I : '.a i \\i a r. a-i. 1.' "
S* .;a i- aL hi: ,\. ,
of '" Boar! P': I \\. T- o .-
i o ) '* <-.l; d' \ a ;a 'u t :.? .* i i c" : i ;1
.. wa : r


a'. :, a o ie -t i\ , ; -: : .1 1
a. wueeds giO o to ia
1 :. *X i i. n L -. "',' ". in, !I'-

(h. .'- nanc *i': w an I !'
k S, t ; t sa;l.. fa or r<.ft.- s tu J


VEGETABLE CATERPILLAR.'
A (< rion qomihnattio of Animal
nI l I'liu lt Life.
Vegeti. i!'- caierpilar is the naine giv-
11In :1 : I unI n-l iid, forn.1 in Nev- Z.o:il:n'l. It exhibits a
curei us ;inil ii;."tlerious oomlbinat ion of
.!:1!i2.~t t:id v, 'el'tiiole life aud is in-
v"rital,'ly found :; ,nlated as a pnra-
4"1,. with tie- burulih caterpillar. How
tl,e sipn-rs of the fungus enter the in
s .t. whih has nev-er yet b"eu met
wiih as a grub or u-oth, is not certainly
ku.,wn. Sir Josehib Hooker suggest
they get loilie., in it.-; neck as it buries
itself. At any rate. the fungus springs
from the head of the hurled insect andl
gradually absorbs Its Inside til! the
whole 1ody libecomes full of purely vreg-
etable tissue. though iu outward ap-
pearanee it remains unchanged, headJ,
leofzs and ci.w;s being. seen clearly in
detail. The pulpy vegetable matter has
a nu'ty flavor and is eaten with relish
I-v pigs and greedily devoured by the
Maori wood hen. The fungus, after
glowing to a height of about six
;n, ces. dies and dries up.-- London
Staiiilcird.


For Mosquito Bites
\r.! he p'-i T,,ous st:niz o' all ins,,cts
Si'an s Liniment is the great antisip-

-- 1 -



Did It Ever


Occur to You

that an air of prosperity com-
mands respect?
Y,'u know there is a very fit-
Tlnif (xp:-cs. ion ihat "you can
get more with y1b1r diamondson
than you can gi on your dia-
mnndis.'" and i 's a fact.

Your Appearance

is Your Introduction.
A v'. --roo:;;A man not only
cont'nwan ., respect, but demands
tt, an.! i: :.iesn'T r<,quir? such
an awful outlay to give a good
front: it's care in buying.
Don't go to Mr. Credit Store
a':(! pay one-third more for the
s-ame quaii.y. Co'me In and see
ouir line of
CLOTHING. HATS SHOES
AND FURNISHINGS AT
CASH PRICES.




H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts


.NILw 101]II, twn. zO.--il e Lmoinb
are the during cotton quotations to-
day:
Open Close


Cc nber.. .. .. .. ....10.77
Ilece:nber. ........... 10.S6
January. ............ 10.97


10.72
10.86
10.92


Liverpool Quotations.
Lixerpool. Spt. 23.-The following
are tiie ruling c,r on quotations today:
Opcn C(,lose
C r .-Nov.. .. .. .. ......5 .7 ;
N:\ .-Dec. . .. . ...... 5.7l0 5.7t
D.,c.-Jan. . .. .. .. .... 5.73 S!

THE KNACK OF
"KNOWING THINGS."


"To Know." twin-verb to the more
v'iIdly' discussed "To Do." is coin in.
akce its rightfWl place in the "Cr .lds
,, the Workers."
"'o Know" what; whon, how "To
." in he usial an,! r. ma';r l situations
,at arise in our daily lives, is edu-
'ati mn-is equipment for eilergeir(ies.
is P0')VER.
I', 'p '. now aa.as, ari growing more
an.l niore fond of those -' a 'a s which
have a hearing on their daily liv, s.
"' h',i are not averse to known-: the
la:es.t iltin ry aioit gold tih 5:).-iis in
Hi:r nion- but the' take, a c r in.-
;i.reisi in a special sale of gold jewerly
a, a local store.
They are sorry to learn that a great
tI.anist is threatened with physical col-
lapse-hut the fact that there is a
chance to buy pianos at greatly redue-
ed prices at a local piano store is of
actual. personal interest.
They are casually interested in the
fact that the Czarina "manages" sev-
tral hundreds of servants-hut their
own chances of securing ONE servan'
oUr general housework excite more
genuine interest, and they search the
"want ads" with more anxiety than
they give to the "Foreign news and
gossi p."
They are amused at Uncle Sam's
threat to buy his canal supplies in "the
open market" of the w. rld--but just
what things for the home and office
cost in the "open market" of their city
interests them IN DETAIL, hence
they keep "'in touch" with the local
stores by reading all of the ads.
They feel the horror and pity of the
latest slaughter in Manchuria-but a
jo A' deal of grim satisfaction in an ad-
v(r;ised "slaughter" ot prices in two
ci three local stores.
And it is so with the whole range of
the day's events-they are INTERIM ;
ED in the news: they are CONCERN.-
ED in the advertising. The news in-
terests them in a non-personal way-
the ads are like a live wire with one
i(nd attached to their pocketbooks.
So. while the newspaper. instruct i
and amuses and educates, it furnisher-,
ialso. those other and better-liked facts
which color and control the comings.
'and goings and the buying an. sell-
ings and getting and giving of daily
life. It cultivates in its readers "the
knack of knowing things."
TO THE TRADE.
On account of quarantine, we will
not undertake to establish a branch
house in Pensacola until same is -e-
yoked. We will make all oil ani
grain shipments from Mobile, Ala.
Same will go forward promptly. Send
us your orders for high grade oils.
PURE OIL CO.,
14septim. J. F. Davis, Ag,.


SHIPPING NEWS MEN IN THE BEST OF HEALTH DIE

VSELS SUDDENLY, ALMOST DAILY.
Steamships. DQn't jeopardize the future welfare of yrur wife and
August Belmont, Br z9, Barnes, 2967 children by neglecting to take life insurance.
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Norlk to, Bur T Hanion,C 312' Take a Policy in The Equitable---Do It Now!
Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro I
Ernesto, Span ss, Oahea, 1691, UraC Kle Gens
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co. Fire, Life. **Wle oPensacola
Harold, Nor ss, 1435, Aos, London.
Hesleyside Br. ss. Bedlington, 1687.
St. Vincent. -
Ida, Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to ___________ _________ _
Gulf Transit Co.
Kelvingrove, Br ss, McLennan,
1938, Newcastle-on--Tyne to master.
Maristone. Br ss, Prout, 2513, Nor- Th
folk to orer The Union Central Life
Br. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
New Orleans.
Niceto, Span s., Bervtigul, 1822. a lower death rate. lower expense rate ani h lber
Liverpool. aereat rate than any company doing businew la Flor.da.
Riplingham, Br ss, H(worth, 1649, ik should be ewy for you to decide the reLt.
Tenereiffe to (F'r. J. Schreyer.
Saba, Br ss, Holliday, 1b08, Trlnlaad
to Pensacola Lumber Co. 9 Willi9ms, General Agent.
Santanderino, Span ss, Equrrola,
1814, Tampa.
Simonslde,tBr ss,MRobson. 1958,
Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co. -. .....
Trident, Br ss, Innes, 2036, Cardiff
Ships. I K .T 14%4115%1 % 1% I tt" 1 T3N
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
men to Master.
Bar Iron Works and Supply Co.
Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399, IaC
Cork to master. Manufacturers and Repairers of f,
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348, MACHINERY AND BOILERS H
Gloucester to order. ANDISTEAMSHIPERSU
Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.en, 771, Loa- FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
don to order. STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY )
Kosmos, Nor bk. Isaksen, 1227 Prompt attention gi-en to a'l order,. day ,r : :.ht. Agents
London. for James McKay & Co.'s ceebrated Log and T.inbtr Dug3, a,-,
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia, Chains of all descriptions.
633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co. Office Phone 128. PHIL WIT"MAN. Mgr.
Smeroe, Nor bk. Olen, 941 Pors. Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. ..
ground to A. Zelius. g Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,:
Rotterdam.


of the Marshal and police of the City,
an,! all sanitary inspectors vested A
with police powers, to cause the ar- A U
rest of all persons who shall fail, or
refuse, to allow any building, or
other place to be fumigated, as pro-
vided herein; and it shall be the duty
of any such officer upon the written
,orcir of the Mayor to enter any such URPENTINE STILLS.
building, or place, between the hourad M*Mihl Bros C
of S o'clock a. m., and 5 o'clock p. m.,. iMillan Bros. C .9
.and to cause the same to be fumigat-
ed and screened as herein provided MT M nfcturors,
inuder the personal supervision of the MOBILE, ArABAMA.
City Health Officer, or any assistant
W such officer who shall be duly au-
thorized by the City Board of Health. A R K E TS
Sec. 3. That any person who lwAR KI R- TS
shall fail, or refuse, to allow any
buiilding, or other place to be fumigat- Naval Stores Market.
(A or screened, as is herein provided, Savannah, Ga., Sept. 23.-The naval
or who shall in any manner resist, p- stores maarket closed to-day as fol-
prst, hinder or interfere with the City' lows:
Health Officer. Marshal, or other duly W... ...............5 55
authorized person in the doing of any-. WG ........ ......5...... 15
thing relating to the fumigation or N ...................... 75
srrecening of any building, or place, or: .. .. .. .. ................4 70
in the performance of any other offi- K.. .. .....................4 65
c way bci prescribed by the rules an ............ .. ........4 55
regula:i.mns of the City Board "fG ......................... 4 50
Heaiih. or who shall de-( roy or dam" G.. ............... ........4 45
an. an: scn-e n which shall be place E .. .. .... ................. 4 25
:n any bl)u ting. or other pace. sha:1l ') .. .. .. .. ................. 3 70)
upox. conviction thereof in the Police C ............ ........... 3 35
Court he punished by a fine of not ex- Spirits Turpentine 64 cents.
c(.dinsg Five Hunlred 450ou) Dollar',
:r yV inirrisinmient not exceeding six-
iv <,0 ilas. or by both such fine and COTTON
mnlrisonmen:. in the discr(tioa of the
Hi-. order. The following cotton quotations are
Sec. 4. That this o"iinance shall reported for The Journal uaiiy by C.
lake effect iminieliatelv. Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker,
Sic. ii. That all ordinances, inl Pensacola, Fla.:
parts of orilinances, in conflict here-
wilt' he and the same are hereby re- Good Middling .. ............109-16
pe: ied. Strict Midaling.. .. ..........10 7-16
I',ss-,,e September 23 1905. Middling.. ..... ..... .....10 5-1(i
.\pproveSd Sepl):ember 23, 1.035. Strict Io)w Middling...... ..10 i-16
AT(est CHAS. H. BLISS. Stains and Tinges % to 1 cent lower.
C. E. MERRITT, Mayor.
Clerk. New York Quotations.
.'NC 11, 72 ft. oCn 92 0 -T IAl~iJt1 nr


Dr. Thbitnas Eel. c'ric Oil. Monarcn
o: cr pain.

AVOID INFERIORITY.
Resolve That Yon Will Never Be See.
ond (1Im. In Anylhing.
It is said that Pa[iiel t\V,!.-ic-r malde
the best c lv, ihler in his li ;:i';S e on the
l)ri'ip)le that lie w )>ui n lot! e s(ec'nd
'la.ss in ani: ;i:ii'. Thllis is a 'ao l reso-
luti.iu with whic<.h to start out in your
career. tResolve' never to be sec' )i ('l:iss
in anytl,:no. Nr) i.:.tter whi t you ).
try to be a ilni,- in it. Have nothlngi
to do with the inferior. Do your livet
in everytl:i.g: di.: with tie best:
choose thle t'est: live up to your y i.' ()One of the i; IstllIped his ill'. ;:'1 :ii!Ny iupl in every-
btli'vy v. ho knew hilm Iby thi.s (iIi)sta:it
desire fi"' the l;: 'h-! st 'nd thli I'.-.'t ill
ev;rytldiir.'. .N one coul9 i itlui'e bli:n
to hiilf ;r ; t'..i ,r to :.\'--' t an in-


ferior article whieni i'etlr wxVas with-
in his re-'th. Whether it was the qual-
Ity and the style of his clothing or of
a nythlng he bo;iuLht. he would allow
nothi:ig aboul: him whihit \v:,s not the
l'i'~t ,btaititlle. e ii r lien pi )or and
t 'yi-'z to got :1 start for lino-if. xx lenl
otIers p;: *. in;7z, ,l theap rest- ura:ut-i
and ob)tainell ri nils in (cihep localities,
he would h:;ve n ine of these things.
HIe be'lievel that his success depend-
ed largely Pa)on following lit.gh ideals,
upon keeping himself up to quality,
up3u his making a good Impression.
and he would not have anything to do
with cheap or shoddy things. .IHe
shrank from inferiority and avoided
it as lihe would poison, believing that
It would taint his ideals, smirch his
ambition anil lower his standards. No
cheap education was for him: no cheap
books; no cheap, shoddy clothing, or
cheap manners. IHe had to have the
best of everything.
His acquaintances thought that it
was foolish and ruinous for him when
trying to get a start for himself to
spend his entire ine.-ne in keeping up
appearances or trying to keep in touch
with the best people. IHe always con-
sidered that It was worth much to be
thrown with people of culture and re-
finement nnd people of means. because
he expected thei would be his cus-
tomers later in life. This young man
believed that social: success was im-
perative to his professional success; ,
and he regarded his 'i-quaintanee
among the better classes as of inesti-
mable value.
Ills subsequent career certainly
seemed to vindicate his methods. Al-
though lie had a hard struggle at first,
he has attaInied re:tt distinction and
has been a marvel to his schoolmates
and those who knew him in early life
as a poor boy and who laughed at the
lofty standard which be set for him-
self.
But the main valne of this man's
career is in its suggestion that we
should ullow nothing to enter the life
that will deteriorate our ideals or lower
our standard of quality. It teaches
that keeping with the best. doiug our
best, insisting upon the best every-
where and always, wi:l have a marked
Influence In elevating the life to the
standard adopted.-Orison Swett Mar-
den in Success Magazine.


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VOL. VIII NO. 222


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1905.


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**O~%*4O~cC94'n*: *.4.944


HOLMES


By A. Conan Doyle


lolmes," "The Hound of the Baskervilles," "The Sign of the Four," Etc.


ILLUSTRATED BY F, D. STEELE,


~~~, ~~-,-~~~ ~~T~~.;ril'rr~~~~ Sar .ra~aa a .a a a,-haat~~lr4 a....... -. aY- -S al~s~;r~~~.~;.~~;.~;Q -


The Adventure of

the Solitary

Cyclist


No. 4of the Seri


# 19ft3. .4 c... Daye aad c8a" "i
(Irepke iMes, 6, MeC!... pIas. aV cnj
ROM th yearss 1894 t,
1901, inclusive, Mr. Sher
lock Ho!n-es was a vern
busy man. It is safe ti
say that th,,re was la
public case of any dimf
culty in which he wai
Dot Cisulted during those eight years
ad there were hundreds of private
ases,. some of them of the meet to
taiate and extraordinary dmractert
to which be played a prominset part
As I bave preserved very full notes of
all these cases and was myself person
ally esaged in many of them, it ma.
he imagined that it is no easy task t<
tw v which I should select to lay be
fore the public. I shall. however, pro
serve my former rule and give the pref
erene to those b cases which derive their
i*est lot so much from the brutality
of the crime as from the ingenuity and
dramlatie quality of the solution. Foi
thtreaton I will now lay before the
S raedr the facts connected with MisU
SVtiet Smith, the b solitary cyclist of
( Clmrigton. and the cu -ias sequel of
our Investaatloa, which culminated In
Onexpeced tragedy.
On rmferriag to my notebook for the
year ~8M I find that it was upon Sat.
r~vy, the 23d of April, that we Arst
b a at Miss Vlet Smith. Her visit
was, I remember, extremely unwel.
cemse to ohaaes. for he was immersed
at moumeat in a very abstruse and
-ilted problem concerning the
B penus' pmseeUtioa to which John in-
cent MBaeO the well known tobacco
wailf-Inu hbad been subjected. My
otda, who loved above all things pre-
dcision and concentrtition of thought, re-
S rentedd anything which distracted his
attention from the matter in hand.
And yet, without a harshness which
was foreign to his nature. it was Im-
possible to refuse to listen to the story
of the young and beautiful woman, tall.
(rateful and queenly. wh, presented
heroelf at Baker street Inte in the
evening and implored his assistance
and advice. t1 was vain to urge that
his time was already fully occupied.
for the young lady bad come with the
determlastion to tell her story, and it
was evident that nothing short of force
could get her out of the room until she
bad done so. With a resigned air and
a somewhat weary smile, Holmes beg-
ged the beautiful intruder to take a
seat and to inform us what It was that
was troubling her.
"At least It cannot be your health."
aid he a h4 keen eyes darted over
her. "So ardent a bicyclist must be
full of energy."
She grlanced down la surprise at her
eow feet. and I observed the slight
rocuhening of the side of the ole caum-
ed by the friction of the edge of the
pedal.
"*YV, I bicycle a good deal. Mr.
Bolmes. and that has esoin;thing to do
with my vi00t to you today."
M.1 friend took the lady's ungloved
band and examined it with as close an
aliention and as little sentiment as a
s-enttst would show to a specimen.
"You will excuse me, I am sure. It
Is my business." said be as be dropped
It. "I nearly fell into the error of sup
posh(n that you were typewriting. Of
course it is olrvious that it is music
eou obsvve the spatulate finger ends.
V %at on, %-bieb HI common to both pro-
fteonsn''? ltre Is a pirituality about
t0, face. however"-sbe gently turned
It toward tlhe light-"which the type
S writer does not generate. This lady is
4 5 *iusiclan."
"Yes. Mr. Holmev I teach music."
"'iL the country, I presume. from
your conmpleiion."-
"' "Y. sir; near I-'arnham, on the bor-
'ers of Surrey."
"Nto. Mi s Violet, what has happen-
ed to you near Farnhamu. o.' the bor-
d<'"- ,f turrvy T"
"'; y.oumn: ladly. with great ck"amness
au' '-'o,*..mur.. made the fllkwing
<'-:" '-u- ta' tuent:
". ".\ ftiter is dend. Mr. Holmes. tie
w-:i .ia:u<.- uthi, wh, conducted the
o <'-st- .. at th' o!d Imperial thbeatcr.
?.\ in, ..t.hr and i wer, left without a
r'.etio. in tlhe- world except one un-
el". Rnlph Smn;h. who' went to Africa
twenty-tive years ;, and we have:
S m'evr had a word from him sine.
Whbew father died w< were left ver't
poor. but one day v e were told that
there was an advertisement in the
Tines inquiring f.or our whereabouts.
S 5on can imagine how excited we were.
for we thought that some one had left
| a fortune. We went at once to the
I lwyer wwho

S 1.*:p.:-. T'ere r ,* met itwo gentlemen.
* zMr. Carruthers and Mr. Woodley. wao


were home on a visit from South Afri
ca. They aid that my uale was I
friend of theirs, that be had died som
months before aIn great poverty iS Jo
hannesburg, and that be had aaked
them with his last breath to bamt au
his relations and see that they were Ii
no want. It seemed strange to us thal
Uncle Ralph, who took no notice of Ws
when be was alive. should be so care
ful to look after us when he was dead
but Mr. Carruthers explained that the
reason was that my uncle had Jusl
heard of the death of his brother and
so felt responsible for our fate."
"Excuse me." said Holmes. "WheT
was this interview?"
"ILast reemnber-four mouths ago.'
"Pray proceed."
"Mr. Woodley seemed to me to be a
most odious person. He was forever
making eyes at me-a coarse, puffy
faced, red mustached young man, with
his hair plastered down on each side
of his forehead. I thouckt that he was
perfectly haterol, and I was sure that
Cyril would not wish me to know suci
a person."-
"Oh, Cyril is his same!" said Belmes,
smiling.
The young lady blushed and laughed
"Yes. Mr. Holme, Cyril Morton. an
electrical engineer, and we hope to bl
married at the end of the summer.
Dear me, how did I get talking about
him? What I wished to say was thai
Mr. WoodIt was perfectly odious. but
that Mr. Carruthers, who was a much
older man. was more agreeable. He
was a dark. sallow, en shave. silent
person, but he had pIte manners and
a pleasant smile. He inquired how we
were left, and oa finding that we were
very poor be suggested that I should
come and teach music to his only
daughter, aged ten. I said that I did
not like to leave my mother, on which
lie suggested that I should go home to
her every week end, and he offered me
a hundred a year, which was certainly
splendid pay. So it ended by my ac-
cepting. and I went down to Chillter
Grange, about six miles from farn-
bam. Mr. Carruthers was a widower,
but be had engaged a lady housekeep-
er. a very respectable, elderly person,
called Mrs. Dixon. to look after his es-
tablishment. The child was a dear, and
everything promised well. Mr. Cnr-
ruthers was very kind and very mus;c-
al, and we had most pleasant evenings
tagetl r. Every week end I went home
to my mother in town.
"The first flaw in my happiness was
the arrival of the red mustached Mr.
Woodlcy. le came for a visit of a
week. and. oh. it seemed threw mouths
to me. IHe was a dreadful person-a
bully to every one else, but to me some-
thing iulinitely worse. He made odious
lov e t me, boasted of Lis wealth, said
that if I married him I enuld have the
finest diamonds in London. and finally
when I would have nothing t-) do with
him hb seized me in his arms one day
after dinner-he was hideously strong-
and swore that be would not let me go
until 1 had kissed him. Mr. Carrutbers
came in and tore him from me, on
which he turned upoa his own host,
knocking him down and cutting his
face open. That was the end of his
visit, as you can imagine. Mr. Carruth-
era apologized to me next day and as-
sured me that I should never be ex-
-osed to such an insult again. I have
not seen Mr. Woodley since.
"And now, Mr. Holmes,. I come at
last to the special thing which has
caused me to ask your advice today.
You must know that every Saturday
forenoon I. ride on my bicycle to Farn-
ham station in order to get the 12:22
to town. The road from Chiltern
G;range is a lonely one, and at one spot
it is particularly so. for it lies for over
a mile between Charltngton heath ap-
on one side and the woods which lie
round Chdrlington Hall upon the other.
You could not find a more lonely tract
of road anywhere, and it is quite rare
to meet so much as a cart or a peasant
until you reach the highroad near
Crookabury hUL Two weeks ago I
was passing thist place when I chanced
to look back over my shoulder, and
about 200 yards behind me 1 saw a
man, also on a bicycle. He seemed to
be a middle aged man, with a short,
dark beard. I lookel back before I
reached Famrhamn, but the man was
gone, so I thought no more about It.
But you can imagine how surprised I
was. Mr. Holmes, wbes on my return on
the Monday I saw the same man on the
same stretch of reed. My astaonishment
-was increased when the incident oc-
etured again, exactly a before, on the
Collowing Saturday and Monday. He
alwayskept his distance and did not mo-


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lest me in any way, but still it certain-
ly w~s very odd. I mentomed It to Mr.
Carrutaire. who semed Interested In
what I -aid and told me that he had
ordered aa orse a"d trap, so that in fu-.
ture I hboua not pws over thbme omely
roads wither some compantal.
"The bore *ad trap wie to have
ome this week, but for same ueMo
they were t delivered, s. ala I
had to cycle to the tatios. w Iht was
his morning. Ye tan k that I
looked out whea I am. to Clarlngton


Copyr~ght by Collier's Weekly.

"IT WAS A STRAIGHT LEFT AGAINST A SLOGGING RtFFIi.'AN."


heath, andr there, sure enough, was-the "You will lot mJu know any fresh de-
man, exactly as he had been the two velopment, Miss Smith. I am very
weeks before. He always kept so far bu:y just now, but I will fi:d time to
froa me that I could not clearly see make some inquiries into your ease.
his face, but it'was certainly some one In the meantime take no step without
whom I did not know. He was d rep e:1 letting me know. ,ooRtdy. and I trust
in a dark suit with a cloth cap. The that we shall have nothing but good
only thing about his face that I could news from you."
clearly see was his dark beard. "It is part of the settled order of na-
"Today I wias n.t aa:nmed, l;:t I was tur(' that such a girl should have fol-
filled with curiosity. an;l I de i' loC..-'" sanH Iolmes as he pulled at
to find out who he was :ind what lie his meditative pipe, "hut for choloe not
wanted. I slowe;: d rwn m-y m_.;ch!]ie on 'hicy *!.es in lonely country ro ids.
but he slowed down his. Then I stop-. Siome secretive lover, hey-on1l all doubt,
ped altogether, but he s:opp;ed a: .,. BIut there are curious n'd suggstive
Then I laid a trap for him. Thc.'e is a details ,b'ou)t th!o a':.-. WAt-,oit."-
sharp turning of ti:' rn;o,, autl I c "'That hlie should appear oily at that
taled very quickly round t'ii, and.then poiut'"'
I stopped and waited. I expected him: "Ex;ictly. Our first c fort n:-.ust be to
to shoot round and pass me before lih find who are the te;::Uit of <'h!rling-
could stop. But Ii- never appearc.L ton l:il!. Then, again. how about the
Then I went back aid looked round t!: ',onneietion between ,n <':irrilt'.:-'s 'nil
corner. I could see a mile of road. hi t Wo- iU. since they anpiear' to be men
he was not on it.. To make it the more of such a difftretnt typ,? HIowv, can,'
extraordinary, there was no side road they both to he so k 1et upon h)oWkiing

at this point down which lie could have up Ralph Smith's reliatonu? One more
gone." point. What sort of a manage is It
Holmes chuckled and rubbed his which pays double the market price for
hands. "This case certainly presents a governs'. but P'e(s not keep a horse.
some features of its own," said he. although six wiles from the station?
"How much time elapsed between your O0.'1h Watson--very o)t;l:
turning the corner and your discovery "You will go down?"
that the road was clear?" "No, my d,'ar follow; you will go
"Two or three rn!mutes." down. This miay ie sonie trifling iin-
"Then he cculdl not have retreated trigue. and I cannot break my other
down the road. and you say that there important research for the sake of it.
are no sile roads?" On Monday you vwil arrive early nt
"None." Farnham; you will conceal yourself
"'Then he certainly took a footoath near Charlington heath: you will o!,-
on one side or lihe o:dhr." serve these facts for yourself and na't
"It could not have been on the side of as your own judgment advises. Thew.
the heath or I should have seen him." having inquired as to the occupants of
"So by the process of exclusion we the hall. you will come back to me and'
arrive at the fact that he made his way report."
toward Charlington Hall, which, as I We had ascertained from the lady
understand. is situated In its own that she went down upon the Monday
grounds on one side of the road. Any by the train which leaves Waterloo at
thing else?" 9:50. so I started early ;ind caught the
"Nothing. Mr. Holmes, sae that I 9:13. Ar F-i.rrman station I had no dif-
was so perplexed that I felt I should fier!iy in behig t'!roeted to Charllngton
not be happy uutil I had seen you and heath. It was impussihle to mistake
bad your advice." the seene of the youiiz lady's advon-
Holmo sat in silence for some little t ture, for the round rtni s between the
time. ov'en he:ith on one side inil an old yew
"Where is the gentleman to whom edge union the other. surrounding a
you are engaged"' he asked at last. park- which is studde-l with mnaguificent
"He is in the Midland Electrical com- trees. There was a i:'!m1 gateway (of
panyv, at Coventry." lichen studded stone,. e:,, h s.: pillar
"He would not pay you a surprise surmounted by molderinig i-rarlic em-
visitt?" blems, but heside.s this c-".tral car'
"Oh, Mr. Holmes: As if I should not riage drive I observl several points
know him"' where there were ,alV in the bed oe
"Have you had any other admirers?".. and pa h leading tl.routth them. Th.'
"Bevenia before I knew Cyril." house was Invisl'l,' from the road. bUrt
"And since?ra the surroundings all spoke of gloom
"There was this dreadful man. Wood. and decay.
ley, if you can call him an admirer." The heath was cover-el with golden
"No one else?'" pathes of flowering gorso gleaming
Our fair client seemed a little con- magnificently in the light of the bright
ftsed, spring sunshine. Behind one of these.
"Who was he?" asked Holmes. clumps I took up my position so as to
"Oh. It may be a mere fancy of mine, command both the gateway of the hall
but It had seemed to me. sometimes and a long stretch of the road uponu
that my employer, Mr. Carruthers, either side. It had been deserted when
takes a great deal of interest in me. I left it. but now I saw a cyclist riding
He has never said anytIing. He is a down it from the opposite direction to
perfect gentleman. But a girl always that In which I had come. He was clad
knows." in a dark suit. and I saw that he had a
"Ha!" Ho!lmes'looked grave. "What black beard. On reaching the end of
does he do for a firvi.4" the Charlington grounds be sprang
"He is a rich man." '- from his machine and ledi It through a
"No carriages or horses?" gap in- the hedge, disappearing from
"Well, at least he is fairly well to do. my view.
But be goes into the city two or three A quarter of an hour passed, and
times a week. He is deeply Interested I then a second cyclist appeared. This
tInSouth African gold shares." time It was the young_ lady coming


given. He took my refusal very seri- v ery ierent person, bt except on one cut upon his bead. Il w.- lnsensiblk
ously, but also very gently. You can occasion he had not molested our client, but alive. A glance at b wound told
understand, however, that the situation and now he visited the house of Car- me that it had not pen<-trated the
is a little strained." ruthers without intruding upon hber
"Our young friend seems to be gt- presence. The man on the bicycle was "That's the room cried the
ting into deep waters," said Holmes doubtless a member of those week end stranger "He drove her.The beat
thoughtfully as he fnled tt letter. parties at the hall of which the pb- have pulled him off and clubbed bl
"The case certainly present more fea- lcan had spoken, but who be was or I t him le; we cant do him any goo.
tures of interest and more pobilutty what he wated was as obscure as but we may save her from && wor
of development than I had originally ever. It was the severity of Holmes' fat that can befall a worstt"
thought I should be none the worse manner and the fact that he slipped a e ran f ca d t
for a quiet, peaceful day In the coun- revolver eto his pocket before leaving ic '-own
try. and I am inclined to run down this our rooms which impressed me with (Continued on Elventh Page)
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- from the station. I saw her look aldt i afternoon and test one or two theories to lurk -.ind thi. serious tr.at of
her as she came to tib Charlington which I have formed." ut.
hedge. An instant later tie man emerg- Holmes' quiet day in the country had A rainy night ,id bun followed hr a
ed from his hiding place, sprang upon a singular termination, for be arrived glorains morniini and the hearh ,.wr-
his cycle and followed her. In all the at Baker street late in the evening with eced ountryAi,.. with the .towing
broad landscape those were the only a cut lip and a discolored lump upon clumps of flowering go seut: cd all
moving figures, the graceful girl sit- his forehead, besides a general air of the more beautiful to eyes wti-n ~ erg
ting very straight upon her machine dissipation which wild have made his weary of the iuns and drabs and slate
and the man behind her bending low own person the fitting object of a Scot- grays of Loixion. Holmes and I walk-
over his handle bar with a curiously land Yard investigation. He was Im- e along the broad. said road. inhal.
furtive suggestion in every movement. mensely tickled by his own adventures lug the fresh morning air aml rejoicin
She looked back at him and slowed her and laughed heartily as e recounted n the mus of th birds a t re
pace. lie slowed also. She stopped. them. breath of ther spring. From a rite f
He at once stopped, too, keeping 200 "I get so little active exercise that it the road on the shoulder of Crookabary
yards behind her. Her next movement is always a treat," said he. "You are bill we could see the grim hall Il lng
was as unexpected as it was spirited. aware that I have some proficiency In out from amid the ancient oaki wMft
She suddenly whisked her wheels the good old British sport of boxing. old as they were, we still ya
round and dashed straight at him. He Occasionally it is of service; today, for than the building whitA they surroud-
was as quick as she, however, and example, I should have come to very ed. Holmes pointe down the long
darted off in desperate flight. Present- ignominious grief without it." tract of road which wound, a tddlsb)
ly she came back up the road again, her I begged him to tell me what had te- yellow band, between the beownaot the
head hanghtily in the air. not deifning curred. heath and the budding grwm of the.
to take any further notice of her silent "I found that country pub which I woods. Far away, a black dot. wa,
attendant. He ha'd turned also and had already recommended to your no- could see a vehicle moving to oar dirgee
still kept his distance until the curve of tire, and there I made my discreet In- tion. Holmes gave an exclaat
the road hid them from my sight. quiries. I was In the bar, and a garru- impatience.
I rennained In my hiding plah-e, and tt loans landlord was giving me all that I .I have given a margin of half as
was well that I did so, for presently wanted. Williamson Is a white bearded hour," said he. "If that is her trap
the man reappeared, cycling slowly man, and he lives alone with a small she must be making for the earlier
back. He turned in at the hall gates staff of servants at the halL There il train. I fear, Watson, that she b4
and dismounted from his machine. For some rumor that he Is or has been a past tliarlington betare we aot nM
some minutes I could see him standing clergyman, but one or two incidents of blv meet her."
among the trees. Ills hands were his short residence at the ball struck Fr the instant that we mse th
raise, and lie seemed to be settling me as peculiarly unecclesiastical. I Ise we could no longer see e eb
his necktie. Then he mounted his cycle have already made some Inquiries at a ut we hastened onward at mb h
and rolo away from me down the drive clerical agency, and they tell me that pace that my sedentary life began t
toward the hall. I ran across the heath there was a man of that name in or- tell upon me, and I was compelled ta
and peered through the trees. Far ders whose career has been a singu- fall behind. Holmes, howew, w a
away I could cath glimpses of the old larly dark one. ways in training, for he had IDe xhaus
gray building. with Its bristling Tudor "The landlord further Informed me lble stores of nervous *eowy upo t
chimneys, but the drive ran through a that there are usually week 'end vis- which to draw. His snrt9a 9ep never'
deuse shrubbery, and I saw no more of itors-- a warm lot, sir'-at the hall, sloed until suddenly, W 'be was a
my man. andcl specially one gentleman with a hundred yards in frout of me, he halt
IIowei er, it seemed to me that I had red mustache, Mr. Woodley by name, ed, and I saw him throw up his hant
done a fairly*good morning's work, andl who was always there. VWe had got with a gesture of grief and despair.
I walked back in high spirits to Farn- as far as this when who should walk At the same Instant an empty dogcart'
. ham. The local house agent could tell but the gentleman himself, who had the horse cantering, the reins trailnfg.
me nothing about Charlington Hall and been drinking his beer in the taproom appeared round the curve of the road
r ferred me to a well known firm In and had heard the whole conversation. and rattled swiftly toward us.
Pall Mall. Thern I halted on mv', Who was I? What did I want? What T'Too late, Watsou; too late'" cried
home and met with courtesy from th did I mean by asking questions? ie Holms as I ran panting to his skie.
representative. No, I could not have had a fine flow of language, and his "Fool that I was not to allow for that
harlington Hall for the summer. I have adjectives were very vigorous. He earlier train! It' abduction,. Watson-
Charlington Hall for the summer. I 'ended a string of abuse by a vicious abduction! Murder Heaven knows
was just too late. It had been let d taghatabduction! Murderl Heaven know.
s Jut a month ago. Itr. Wlliamo been let backhader,whichI failed to entirelywhat! Block the road: Stop the horse!
wathe name of th ago. Mr. Williaon avoid. The next few minutes were de- That's right. Now. Jump in and let s
rewas the name of the tenantlem Tewas lietous. It was a straight left against see if I can repair the consequences of
rp!te act was afrily gentleman. Tsa a slogging ruffian. I emerged as you my own blunder."
np,lte a ent was afraid of could say no see ne. M'. Woodley went home in a We had sprung into the dogeart, and

n.ot i, matters wi och hi clientdis were cart. So ended my country trip, and Holmes, after turning the borse, gave
,t matters which, Iho'c Cld istInuSw. It must be (confessedl that, however en- it a hbarp cut with thio whip, and we
Nir. Sherlock To!rmcs liten, with oyaldle, my .ay on the Surrey border fl back along the road. As we turn-
at to Ii r to the lnrv r .c rport which I t,'-s atthl to present to ini) that even- has not been much more profitable edi the curve the whole tectc o ads
ing, I'ut i did not o!t fiat word of The Thursday brought us another let between the ball and the heath war
curt praise which I had hoped for and ter from our client. openett' the I man!" gasped H rm
s:.i.,,, l ievo va!ud. On the contrary, "You will not be surprised, Mr. A oltary cyclist wthe man as coming tored.
"Your hing p f de.r Waton evere. Holmes," said he, "to he r that I am us. His head was dowa and his shoul-.
w:.s very fault. You shouh! have been Even the high pay cannot reconcile me energy ths rounded a he put every on to t
behind the Ih.ed.,. Then you would to the discomforts of my situation. On en that he p g like a omt
hIave ad a c<.s,- view of thIs interest- Saturday I come up to town, and I do Suddenly h raised e d f
ing pers oin. As it is, ymou vere some n^t Intend to return. Mr. Carruthers saw us close to him and pulled%
hundreds of yards away and( can tell has got a trap, and so the dangers of springing from his machine. That coO
m ove vn Iks% than M\-: II;ithI. 11 the lonely road, if there ever were any black beard was in singular contrast"
1i;nA:-" s;, o:,' n)t know the man. I dangers, arte now over. to the pallor of his face, and hs eye
am conrint'r! <.- doe.;. Why. other- "As to the special cause of my leav- to the pallor of his face, and hi ey
wise.s :,uld hle N ,so odesperately h nx- ing, It is nit merely the strained situa- C bar as f b thed aert,
ious that sh, should n',t got so near tIon with Mr. Carruthers, but it is the then a look of amazement.came ova
him as to see his features.' You de- reappearance of that odious man, Mr. his face.
e.ribe him as be:ud!-! over the handle tWox!ley. Hle was always hideous, but ..
bar. Cane.alment :.t.in. you see. You lhe looks more awful than ever now, Hello! Stop bicycle t o block o re
really have done re,'nar':'!)y ba1) !y. He f orhe appears to have had an acci- "Wolhe di bicycles to block o urtei
rot,,':-. to thif. lou... atll you want t" dent, and he is much disfigured. I saw here di you he etthat dgcrapull
f.11 out who hnp is. You come to a him out of the window, but I am glad upr mahi he yelled, drawing a pistol
,London ho." nagenl:" t ) say I did :.ot meet l. He had a fro his ie pocket. "Pull ay
"bW:t should I have done?" I criAed, 1 ta!k with Mr. tarruthers, who or. by George, I'll put a bullet intyout:
w,'.i tr. hea't., steemc(d much excited afterward. Wood- horse."
"(;o-e to the n' !rest piubl house. !,y must he staying in the neighbor- olme threw the redns irthe y c
That is the oent.er of cruntr,'y hooip. hood for he did not sleep here, and and sprang down from the cart.
They would have to(ld you -every name yet I caught a glimpse of him again Whe You're the man we wS at? toe S
f:-'m the master to the cullery maid. thi, morning slinking about in the Where is Muic Violet waymith?" he a
Williamson?* It convoys nothing to my shrul;bAry. I would sooner have a snv. hias quick ('m l kar way.
mind. If he is an elderly man he is age wild animal loose about the place. 'TIn her do'at Ym aogski you. oow'
Sn>t this active eye!!-t who sprints I loathe and fear him more than I can in her dogeart. You obgbt know'
away froee that young lady's athletic gay. How can Mr. Carrhtthers endure where she Is."
lprrsuit. Wbat have we gained by your such a creature for a moment? How- "We met the dogcart on the road.
expedition? The knowledge that the ever, all my troubles will be over on There was no one in it. We'drove bacl
girls story Is true. I never doubted it. Saturday to help the young lady."
Tlt tire a connection between t "So I trust, Watson; so I trust," said "Good Lor, good Lord: What haM
cyclist :aitl the hail. I never doubted olmes gravely. "There is some deep I do':'" cried the ate, a n anawtavr
that either. That the hall ie tenanted Holmes gravely. There is some dee "Teygve r oter-tht b
by Williamson. Who's the better for an, and it is our duty to mee that no one b hound Woodley and the tith.ktard
that? Well. wvll. my dear sir, don't molests her upon that last journey. I parson. Come, man, come, if you really
look so decres'ei. We can do little think, Watson, that we must pare time are her friend. Stand by na.. and we'll
mer,' until next Sa:turday, and In the to run down together on Saturday nave her, if I have to leave wy carcan
n,.:: ntim;, I mtay make one or two in- morning, and make sure that this curi- in harlngn wood."
quiri.s myself." ot and Inclusive Investigation has no He ran distractedly. hi" pi mrig a ous and inclusive investigation has no hand. t.,%ward a e:'i ia n: lvitlg.
Next mtrnng he had a note from untoward ending." Holmes filled him, and I, leaving
i-uratly ith rerouting iortly and a- I confess that I had not up to now the horie grazing sidee the road. fe.
urd te., ut the very inodens which I taken a very serious view of the ease, lowel Holmes.
in 1i". p'stseript: tesque and bisarre than dangerouts. "This is where they cnme through,"
*I am sure that you will respect my That a man shod lie in wait for o said hbe, pointing to the. marks of se.
conidt'uce, Mr. Holmn's. when. I tell follow a very handsome woman os no eral feet upon the muddy path. "H'Iilot
you that my place here has become dif- unheard of thing, and if he has so lit- Stop a minute' Who's this in the
rticult owing to the fact that my em- Ie audacity that he not only dared not bush?'
player has proposed marriage to me. I address her, but even fled from her apt It was a young fellow alwmt seve-
am convinced that his feelings are parach, he was not a ve formidable teen, dressed like a hostler, with leath.
roost d,'op and most honor-ble'. At the arsahlnte The ruffian Woodley was er cords and gaiters. He lay upon his
same time my promise is of course .. -.- T. s back, his knees drawn up, a terrible


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By. E. NELLIE BECK. A Telephone No. 669 and Tarry--- Women and Society Here and E/sewher


Mr. and Mrs. George W Howe re- "Here we are out in God's country., i
turned Wednesday evening from a[don't blame you for wanting to come:
charming pleasure trip from Cincin- cut here. We took a trip on the line'
rati through tb- no:r.hwest and Can-!en the er-st of the Continental Divide.
ada. and Ih was the finest trip I have ever
Sitaken in point of scenery. This is the:
Mrs. J. I. Wilson who has been vs-' finest corzry I have ever been in."
Mtirn Mr-. Fred 0 Howe is now th:; Ail the numerous Pengacolians who
'gu,' S;ng are delighted with the change to
M c Daisyc II[r and mother are mu,'main altitudes an" it does them
In Asheville, N. C. )al' good for "Old Pensacola" seems all
;the more delightful when they return.


Lien*. J. I. P.ryan'. friends wcre
gjiling him a cordial welcome yester-i
day on his firs: day ou, since his ac-'
cident.
Mrs. Fred 0. Howe and Mi.=S Beiie!
Whiting will leave this week for New
York to spend several weeks.
Dr L. C. Phillips "yielded to in-
.dispoeltion yesterday and went to his
residence to take a rest," as he ex-
presses It.
Mr. W. H. Knowles left Saturday
soon for New York.


Miss Bertha and Miss Mamie Stew-
art have returned from Norfolk, Va..
where they have been visiting their
brother.
Mr. Arthur Pfeiffer has returned
from a three weeks vacation spent
in Cincinnati and Louisville.
'They are telling of a gentleman wni
says that "First Hargias he come and
he said she was a superstitious ca-e,
and then, Kennedy he come and he
put a barometer in he: mouth and
took her temperament, and after that


* they quantined her."
Mrs. Ellen Levy's two children wre
,t. of bronchitis. SWEET PICKLED
b NOT BRANDIED PEACHES.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutch Acosta, who
!-.ave been guests of Mrs. W. J. Aoos- The East Hill girls-or rather, the
to ince-they moved from Mobile, have set known as "The New City Girls"-
gone to housekeeping in one of Mrs. are*giving a series of most enjoyable
George Bredt's cottages on Eighth "'dove" outings to while away the
avenue. O(thrwi.-e socially dull September
d(zs. However, they are greatly pro-
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilson are now evoked that the jest of a lovely ann
occupying the .lohnson cottage, cor-l.hppy hearted oung girl who in a
ser Tenth avenue and Six-teenth street. spirit of innocent fun called their
"sweet piekied peaches" brandiedd
The Ea.st Hill boys have a bachelor peaches," should have been given to
, ncb where they give weekly stag The Jourral as a fact for publication
s..p(;rs. i and when they catch the mean thing


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0 who aidi h ne will not survive a minute. :lear Is llhe wring u aiwus itt me i
Little Miss Carise Bliss. the mayor's' ware.
*leby daughter, who was Injured by a T44E SPIRIT OF ONE BOY Hear is ure let4ur ann the' i'lk i;-
teavy window sash falling upon her AND OF SOME OTHERS. are
arm Frtd~y, is getting along nicely. 1! t sent me wenn u promi-. to be iro).
This department of The Journal is becuz ure fais i scind u.n lark t" u.
The Yriday Euchre Club was enter- ilr receipt of two letters-one from "A D-iant rhte ann ast me wi l.mie- ,et o t,
tair'ed by Mrs. Will Ferguson. Mrs. B13yshore Girl" and one from "Another Wott u ha\e dun too me ti-'r ..rve.;..
Walter White won the ace prize. Mrs. Jackanapes." Bul. the one is so iie so:
Bonifay the consolation, Mrs. George; abominably written it will take a day! u road too skcol on biliie pecrscen' ,
White. the lone prize and Mrs. Vi.-' r two to decipher and the other-well,j s-hIl.
ceni Fauria the booby. The next .e other will keep. Hearaff:ur u wil :be as iff ur, '(r Hl ,-B ,
meeting will be with Mrs. C. D. Beyer.: But-a heart-breaking note from' Ann I wi' pass u hi \.;'l s,:.:: ann av.l "
'"Green Eyes" would be printed with? mi friends \ill neav(,:r." :. a /
Mr. C D. Beyer returned last even- pleasure if it was not so filled with I all. 1 |
ing from Cleveland where he attend- personal abuse of the editor of ih!s ; '
ed the convention, then visited his page in The Journal, whom he accuses sum hul,- wol)d hate n f.re a harile,'
mother in Grafton, Va., and made a of all sorts of mean things, especially ilin:-' THE LITTLE
brief stay in Louisville on the way (A murderouslyy and purposely chop-' But n,. ''v' n have t>i--'n" '. inl t'h,'-
bome. ping up my beautifully expressed sen-' dur' I : t..are so In :yno ar- :.:i
4 t ments jut to help - along will no, .at'l u. I T:vt: !' u be the pret:ie.t feattre- uor t n,-.w *.< :'
Miss Mamie Ward is visiting rela- and prejudice the Bayshore girls a sower okl. ma :'., ann :vm day -'Onn son's b!ose s, and this i t.n n.'ck,
tives in Virginia and Miss t 'V. against me." sc a ...
wth friends on Bayou Grande. However, "Green Eyes" has cause Me go ':i i) u -with a han,'m wife as 1i is ('aiued, s Is el o:1 all m-n~,+,eri
'for "temper" though it is not the fault: ule nash ,ire ,eath in p":!,. ann awl of waeists and blon.c-. T'he simple lit i
Mr Tom Walsh who is off on his o01 the "printer" this time but of the ure life rl (Ide-ing illustrated -hoews a --h .r
annual vacation writes a Pensaeola "make-up man," a job at which almost iule sitt ann 'vi beenz y, throo nme whia iban ucredchi linen, both fri,
friend from Denver, Colo., Sept. 18, any woman could beat him, and Justi d(wn. and back. tucked b nar i at toI
J Ann ile I)t r.ch ann own most a.wlthee


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COFFEE accelerates and over-works the
HeartI

This is how it stimulates, and why
stimulation is dangerous.
Over-work weakens and "runs down" a
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but wen iure dyen in sum loanly plal.sto, V.a.. but has nmad his home in
ile kum ana' dropp a teer on ure dedd Akihevi le dor the tasht cfe years,
fa;ls. nImmediately after ihe ceremony al
't elegant wedding i'reakfa.-i wias served
Lve broak mi hart butt tliare ar- uther after which tlhe bri-le and ,rrgroom
grs leoft, amid a sifo r of rite an'l gool
With jusst uz luvr raises the arwishes, for Lexington, Va.. ad otitr
With usst uz luly faiss they arepons in the north and will be absent
purls
Beside uv u ann dyen fore a sheo about three weeks.
Too be mi awl for2 thay have tolled The many handsome prulenrs re-
me so. (ei}ed attested their popularity at
butt u ann me are dun and iff u kum home and abroa d.
o;n bennde' neeze ann offered me ure
gum i THE THROWAWAYS AND
too choo ide waiv u skornfully aside THE BOX A BOY BROUGHT.
Ann wood not even kare how much u
krade. Camp Stegonryia. Fasciata Beach,
Talk back ure lettur ann thee wring I Sept. 22, '05.
woar Editor People and Eveats-
for u are dedd too me foareavermore." Camp Stegomyia, Fasciata Beach.


Now "Green Eyes." look up anK,"
think of some such noble revenge or
you'll "be dedd to me foareavermore. 'i

NEW GAME FOR--
NEW GAME FOR


is a camp min te hear, or giant oakls
by the blue waters of the bay whei '
a "Harvest Moo'n" shines all I i -
ir:ghter looking at it from th
shadows of the tree., and where th,
rocking bird sings through the ion'-


heart, just as it would a horse. -iiiness of the night.
COLLEdE GIRLS. This is where a handful of ca' ta
A Heart that is '*run down" continually Emmett Dunn Angel. among "Some bwys. or runaways have heen for th,
oIf f 4 INew Games for College Girls" give. last three weeks.
Cries Out for more COee and generally gets "Snatch the Hanakerrhief." which is "Yes-we are happy," with only no':
it-till the abnormal condition results in Heart. '!a:-'d outdoors as follows: i and then a longing for civilization
"Two squads stand rift)" feet apart,: and this week when ounr stock of w;,o:
failure or nervous prostration., on an Indian club half way between is man calls the "Staff of Life," begat
placed a handkerchief. At the word getting low, our thoughts turn tor
Nature Sets the pace at which the Heart Should beat, jSt "Go" a player from each squad or line one moment to oir far away home-
as the Government Inspector sets the safety-valve on a steam runs out to snatch :he handkerchief and "the men f)Iks."
and get back without being lagged by: But we did not stay long in t.E
boiler--at the highest pressure which it can safely carry. the other. Depths. While one of our part
S"If she succeeds her opponent be- started out on a forageing expedition
Tampering with the safety-valve" is risky, comes her prisoner. The girl who: and one went in another direction ii
"Coffee-heart" is the penalty for forcing, 'with coffee), fails to get the handkerchief ann' fails search of our delayed ox with mil
lf-hea IS e eally rfe to catch the one who did becomes and chickens for our Sunday's dinner
more work from Heart and Nerves than food supports them Frisoner." ti', other two with the "Camp Baby"
-. 4--. I and dog putting on their bathing
in doing. A MORNING WEDDING
And-Coffee-heart now debars many people fromgetting IN ASHEVILLE. N. C.
life insurance--an ominous fact worth pondering over. I Many readers of The Journal will _


Postum cures "Coffee-heart" and rebuilds Nerve tissue,
while having the rich flavor of fine old Government Java.
Because-Postum is made from the outer coats of Wheat,
in which are located the Phosphate of Potash that feeds Brain
and Nerve up to normal condition, so that they feel as good all
day as coffee makes them feel for a few minutes in the day.
These outer coats do not give up their full contents of
Phosphate of Potash, except by thorough boiling--asin Postum,
"Coffee-heart." Dyspepsia, and Nervommtnes generally
disappear when "Potuma" has displacee Coffee in six weeks.
A ten-day trial will show marked ixnpr(vwent.

"There's a reason."


ost


Food Coffee.


be interested in an account of the
wedding in Asheville, N. C., of Miss
Stella Powell and Mr. Charles E.
Northern who were married at the
residence of the bride, 120 Haywood
street, at 6 o'clock Wednesday morn-
ing
Rev. Frank Siler officiated in the
presence of only the family and a
few immediate friends.
The decorations of goldenrod and
white clematis were very beautiful!I
as was the large wedding bell under
which the couple Stood.
The bride wore a traveling gown of
green sicillian cloth with hat to
match and carried a shower boquet!
of bride roses.
The two exquisite little flower
girls were Miss Gwendolyne Buckner,
niece of the bridegroom and daughter
of Mr. Neptune Buckner recently of
Pensacola, and Miss Agatha King.,
daughter of Mr. J. W. Lewis King, of,
Pensacola, fla. The dainty little;
flower maidens wore white frocks
with pink ribbons and carried baskets:
of flowers. They are both lovely call-
dren and looked very sweet and pretty.
The bride is a petite brunette anda
very pretty and has a large circle of
friends in Asheville. .
Mr. Northern is a native of Leting-j


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DUTCH YOKE.
h.o ,u, ,r s '.i: ,- an the fulln'.-:
'!:tv, j (U r>. .: -. i i't I a veiv .: ;: -
. ', L '.. i'Th : oke and collai
of bt'i!' up d.signj. .tiny pi;nchE I
tactl: b n ; r". i in te linen anl alp':r
united w.hi tands ofil: th u paii. T' a',
-ie-vef is a simnpie i),ff with a dec)p-
AiUpeji 0:' hat maN IL the DIuchr
yk,., an; ctW ar in design.

sAits sought the briny dSoep for somne-
thirg--they d(lid not know wht.--or
cere so long as they coatid eit it.
And back they car,' bringing a
In ;ket full of clams, .;ve ;hem ovel
ra the Camp Cook :antl :-he. with tI
last remainin-. can of cream and aF
;ood many other igre'dints brought
a, flun' dhl.'i of lam scup to the sup-
per table.
Tihen tae joyfu l tiin .is of the mii-"
ing box we're lbr)iugt io he t(amp alii;
a r ':ark the b.-la;. jBoy arrive w:;'
i k' boxe.; in r :l of oni.
So the' Canimp g't ii.y at one, !iun-
packing. Evcn the Camp baby lent
a, hand apd scattered cannedl e ta-
Mrs on every chair, em, anri the
lioor. But inagine our horror a:,l
dismay when the Box being open'-!,
only a bottle of "'Green River." (he'*;
so scared o'snakes). three packs ofe
"-P'us Cut," Meal, Mvat. and cther
things.
But our relief was :rcat when we
I; scoveredl in the 'oth 'r !,ox our ow'.n
^aminiar things dear to the heart of
v-oman..
But of all things (exren the money
:r.ders), tha: drift onr way. The Pva-
'aco:a Journal iI the mvst anxiously
l'oke.l for.
I hope the fever will be stamped
cut soon, and your thrown away-girls
(an come home.


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Quality Store is Ready to Take course. No Qr.ek and only entrance The Pensacola Ciassical School tu.
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Care o Their Patons our-year course$. catlon.
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new goods, which they are offering in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical, try.
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serveoL. Shoes for school wear have ; be begun In September, 1906. ton.udn Lbator f
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24 190&


PURE BLOOD I
INmSRES A 91EAR UN Refftra of
Vbhe ncema. Acme, Tetter, Pimples, I
or other sk diseases make their appear-
nce it is a n sig thatt he to o is
filed with human and burning acids:. SH E R L O C K
These being forced through the porm
ad gim burm and blister the kin, pro
d te erptions which are usually H1 O LM ES
mrnied with intense itchingansd
m.e dis=gq sad *n-b g By A. CONAN DOYLE,
Tea age my blood was d ea- eT Auther *f 'The Advestum off tmr me Holaes."
seaset skta rupti~onsonn elpdr s t "Tbe Hou4d of the e*e*evi*les." "The Ste ILLUSTRATED
0 a. .lk o "m Fo e"u.r.- A Stuy I. Sm.reet." t. BY P. D. STBEe |
-^I aclu v hn t O a.By. i kn i 9
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bowr mueb-mf oW wvas thor-.
Aad I was (Continued From Page 9.)
tHas es1m ab lood. IbelUeve S. S.
e* be an ezelent blood medioie, and which wound among the trees. We Baa
&ay oeol seed o" f such a cnteM tebae the Ashribbery which s ounmd-
would do wall to us.eit. They will andt
At a p.et c t ure prowd to t in my ed the bouse when Holmes pulled np.
amns. 0., C KPoUtAKr t.
mae. jK. C. kP GSSS A "They didn't go to the hbuse. Here
0am their warks on the left-here beside
hhie e termal treatment relieves tem- the laurel bushes. Ah, I said so:"
purmil it doesnot reach the real case As he spoke a woman's shrill scream
of the di.., because it does nmt go into -A screeam which vibrated with a fren-
the od. .S. S.. a perfect blood PU y of horror-burst from the thick
riM by ameligthemi and toning up the
s d e the natural It ended suddenly on its highest note
dily 'waste, disposes of with a choke and a gurgle.
them latead of This way! This way! They are in
S along them tbe bowling alley'" cried the stranger,
t0 be fIced t darting through the bushes. "Ah, the
th rourfh the cowardly dogy. Follow me. gentlemen:
S s. . S. S. is Too late, too late. by the living jingo:"
-FUMYV EETAaL the ran of We had broken sixiddenly into a love-
a ll tonics for ty glade of ig-reen-ward surrounded by
llMng Upetheel-9 ates, 6iaing ancient trees. Oa the farther side of
the -M ad haelpiag the digestion. It. under the sht.dow of a mighty oak.
Sl proM ptv there stood a singular group of three
et 4ltly, leaving theskin ", people. One was a woman, our client.
1my. Oa~bykeepingtheblooddrooping and faint, a handkerchief
mea Zoe to clve acear skin.
o= w B tki o and any medical pound her mouth. Opposite her stood
av you =W wish free of charge. a brutal, heavy faced, r-d mustaclhed
IM SWIFT S IFI .C A tO. At .& young man, his gaitered legs parted
wide. one arm akimbo, the other wav-
lng a riding crop, his whole attitude
suggestive of triumphant bravado. Be-
tween them an el!erly. gray bearded
*f- We d the Wman, wearing a short surplice over a
.. .. ht tweed suit, had evidently Just


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pocketed his prayer book as we ap-
peare4 and slapped the sinister bride-
groom upon the back in jovial congrat-
ulation.
"They're married!" I gasped.
"Come on:" cried our guide. "Come
on!" He rushed across the glade,


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Unique Experiences Related to


The Times Scribe by Diciples
any eaae'a forced marriage is no mar- pnosw. P n! tG Ie dl,
riage, but It Is a very serious felony, ,re : .-ie.. S e .tp. of saac80 Walton.
as you will discover before you have arantee to care or rear m orN back.
finished. You'll have time to think the rng Remd C., Chicago or In his wanderings about the city
point out during the next ten years or JNUAS"ML LMJEN U M 5 a few days ago, the Tampa Times'
Bo. unless I am mistalpen. As to you, fish-story ed!,Tr came upon a gather-,
Carruthers, you would have done bet- Ing of prominent citizens who seemed)
ter to keep your pistol in your pocket." i to have attained the perfection of hu-
"I begin to think so, Mr. Holmes, but kiiw Tliere was sme devilfy i the in aa bliss, at least for the summer!
when I thought of all the precaution I wind. I saw them from time to time, tin e.
had taken to shield this girl-for I for I was anxious to know what they They were seated in a cool breezy
loved her, Mr. Holmes, and it Is the were after. roomy office. Their tired frames re-
o"Pwo days ago Woodley came up to posed In easy chairs and their tired
only time that ever I knew what love use with ths able, which show- feet were gracefully disposed po
was-It fairly drove me mad to think feet were gracefully disposed upon
that she was in the power of the great- ed that Ralph Smith was dead. He ask- spacious window sills. As they talk-
eat brute and bully in South Africa-a ed me if I would stand by the bargain. ed, incense arose from their Havanas
et brute and bul, in South Africa-a ed M I an their faithful clays as an offering:
man whose name is a holy terror from [ said I would not. He asked me If I thgoddess Nicctina.
Kimberley to Johannasburg. Why, Mr. would marry the girl myself and give Allu.ed by this scen- or transcend-!
Holmes, you'll hardly believe It. but him a share. I said I would willingly en peace and quiet, the journalist.
ever since that girl has been in my do so, but that she would not have me. sank in to a vacant chair. If he had,
employment I never once let her go lie said, 'Let us get her married first, intended to. open his mouth In such;
past this house, where I knew the ras- and after a week or two she may see august company, the stories he heardI
calls wore lurking, without following things a bit different.' I said I would lefr him speechless with amazement,
her on my bicycle just to see that sh ,'"e nothing to do with violence, so he and admiration, and n. kept silence
came to no harm. I kept my distance wont off cursing, like the foul mouthed to such good effect that he was able
from her, and I wore a beard so that backguard that he was, and swearing toe ,oand out a column f copy upon:
from her, and I wore a beard so that i return to the oic The conver-
she should not recognize me. for she is that he would have her yet. She was aretun had fo the ect e ot
a good a:d high spirited girl, and she leaving me this week end, and I had h. l'on had foris tsh subject h a been got
wouldn't have stayed in my employ- got a trap to take her to the station, ing the rounds of the press.
Sent long if she had thought that I 't I was s uneasy iny mnd ttI How He Rode a Popoi
f Ilo'-ed her on my bicycle. SIhe had ow H o a orpoise.
was following her about the country gota start, however, and before I I "I remember reading a pretty good
roads." ,uld catch her themischief was done. orpoise story," said the first promi-!
"'Why didn't you tell her of her dan- The first thing I knew a ,ut it was i ent citizen, getting a half-Nelson on'
ger" as trusty riar. "whici appeared a
w,.hen I saw you two gentlemen driving : .s kru'v aiar. rwhic nd appeared o
S"Because then, again, she would have bck in her do rt." lemendriving k or so ago, and it ri'minds me of,
left me, and I couldn't bear to face Holmes rose and tossed the end of his' '.erIe:ie'e l had whfe I was a young;
.nan and was on my first I&lorida fish-,
that. Even if she couldn't love me it cigarette into the grate. "I have been .va trip. was in a boat with a fish-
was a great deal to me just to see her very obtuse, Watson." said he. "When .rnan, under whose guidance I was
dainty form about the house and to our report you said that you had :e*ing the coast, and -hile rowed
hear the sound of her voice." Ieen the cyclist, as yon thought, arrange the fisherman stood iu :he bow of the
S"Well," said I, "you cull that love his necktie in the shrubbery that alone .oa: with a pair of grains looking for
SMr. Carruters, but I should ( it s d have told me all. However, we a chance at mullet. He had tied the
Qon heetodm al,.o% w


iselfshness."
Holmes and I at his heels. As we ap- "Maybe the two things go together.
preached the lady staggered against Maybe the two things go together.
the trunk of the tree for support. Wil- Anyhow, I couldn't let her go. Be-
ltamson, the ex-clergyman, bowed to sides, with this crowd about it was
us with mock politeness, and the bully, well that she should have some on,
Woodley, advanced with a shout of near to look after her. Then, when the
Woobrutley, and exultaned wit laughterout of cable came, I knew they were bound
brutal and exultant laughter. to make a move.'
"You can take your beard off, Bob," toWhat a moble"
said he. "I know you right enough. "uhat cable:
Well. you and your pals have just Carruthers took a telegram from h:.
come in time for me to be able to In- pock t
troduce you to Mrs. Woodley." "That's it," said be.
Our guide's answer was a singular It was short and concise:
on*. He snatched off the dark beard "The old man is (lead."
which had disguis,-d him and threw it Hum:" said Holmes. "I think I see
which had disguised him and rew how things worked. and I can under
on the ground, disclosing a long, sal- ho w th is worked, ad I can under
w ven fe ew t Then stand how this message would, as yo
lo. len baenfae elw t he


Raised his revolver and covered the say, bring them to a head. But while
young ruffian, who was advancing up- you at you might tell me what you
on him with his dangerous ridng crop The old reprobate with the Surplice
swinging in his hand. am Bob Car- burst Into a volley of bad language.
"Yes," ad our ally "I am Bob Car- "By heaven," said he, "If you squeal
ruthers and Ill see this woman rigbt- on us, Bob Carruthers, Irli serve you as
ed If I have to swing for It. I told you you served Jack Woodicy! You ca
what rd do it you molested her, and, bleat about the girl to your beart'q
by the Lo r I'll be as good as my
by the Lord, be s good a my content, for that's your own afair, but
word. If you round on your pals to this plafl
"You're too late. She's my wife." clothes copper It will be the worst
"No; she's your widow." day's work that ever you did."
His revolver cracked, and I saw "Your reverence need not be excit-
blood spurt from the front of Wood- ed," said Holmes, lighting a cigarette.
ley's waistcoat. He spun round with a "The case is clear enough against you,
scream and fell upon his back, his hid- and all I ask is a few details for my
eous red face turning suddenly to a private curiosity. However, if there's
dreadful mottled pallor. The old man. any difficulty In yqur telling me I'll do
still clad in his surplice, burst into such the talking, and then you will see how
a string of foul oaths as I have never far you have a chance of holding back
heard and pulled out a revolver of his your secrets. In the first place, three
own, but before he could raise it he of you came from South Africa on this
was looking down the barrel of Holmes' game-you, Williamson; you, Carruth-
weapon, era, and Woodley."
"Enough of this." said my friend "Lie number one," said the old man.
coldly. "Drop that pistol! Watson, pick "I never saw either of them until two
it up! Hold it to his head! Thank you. months ago, and I have never been in
You. Carruthers, give me that revolver. Africa in my life, so you can put that
We'll have no more violence. Come; in your pipe and smoke It, Mr. Busy-
hand it over"' body Holmes!"'
"Who are you, then'" "What he says is true," said Car-
"My name is Sherlock Holmes." ruthers.
"Good Lord!" "Well, well, two of you came over.


"You have heard of me, I see. I will
represent the official police until their
arrival. Here. you!" he shouted to a


frightened groom who had appeared at
the edge of the glade. "Come here.
Take this note as hard as you can ride
to Farnham." He scribbled a few
words upon a leaf from his notebook.
"Give it to the superintendent at the
police station. Until he comes I must
detain you all under my personal cus-
tody."


His reverence is our own homemade
article. You had known Ralph Smith
in South Africa. You had reason to
believe he would not live long. You
found out that his niece would inherit
his fortune. How's that-eh?"
Carruthers nodded and Williamson
swore.
"She was next of kin, no doubt, and
you were aware that the old fellow
would make no will."
"Couldn't read or write," said Car-


may congratulate ourselves upon a cu-
rious and in some respects a unique
case. I perceive three of the county
constabulary in the drive, and I am
glad to see that the little hostler is able
t3 keep pace with them, so it is likely
that neither he nor the interesting
irl degroom will be permanently dam-
aged by their morning's adventures. I
think, Watson, that in your medical
cipactty you might wait upon Miss
Smith and tell her that if she Is suffi-
clently recovered we shall be happy to
escort her to her mother's home. If she
IS not quite convalescent you will find
that a hint that we were about to tele-
graph to a young electrician In the
Midlands will probably complete the
cure. As to you, Mr. Carruthers, I
think that you have done what you
could to make amends for your share
in an evil plot. There is my card, sir,
and if my evidence cam be of help to
you in your trial It sall be at your
disposaL"


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4 0 0 0 0 0


In the whirl of our Incessant activity
it has often been difficult for me, as
the reader has probably observed, to
round off my narratives and to give
those final details which the curious
might expect. Each case has been the
prelude to another, and the crisis once
over the actors have passed forever
out of our busy lives. I find, however,
a short note at the end of my manu-
script dealing with this dase, in which
I have put it upon record that Miss
Violet Smith did indeed inherit a large
fortune and that she Is now the wife of
Cyril Morton, the senior partner of
Morton & Kennedy, the famous West-
minster electricians. Williamson and
Woodley were both tried for abduction
and assault, the former getting seven
years and the latter ten. Of the fate of
Carruthers I have no record, but I am
sure that his assault was not viewed
very gravely by the court, since Wood-
ley had the reputation of being a most
dangerous ruffian, and I think that a
few months were sufficient to satisfy
the demands of justice.
For forty years Dr. Fowler's Ex
tract of Wild Strawberry has beer:
curing summer complaint, a'ysentery
diarrhoea, bloody flux, pain in the
stomach. and it has never yet failed tc
do everything clainmd for it.

LAUNDRY NOTICE.


The strong, masterful personality of ruthers. Owing to the scarcity of collections
Holmes dominated the tragic scene, "So you came over, the two of you, and the absence of Mr. Walker In-g
and all were equally puppets in his and hunted up the girl. The idea was raham from the city, it is necessary :o
hands. Williamson and Carruthers that one of you was to marry her and place the business on a cash basiz.
found themselves carrying the wound- the other have a share of the plunder. Monthly customers are hcreb, not,.
ed Woodley into the house, and I For some reason Woodley was chosen fled that money must be left at hom
my arm to the frightened girl. The in- as the husband. Why was that? br to pa delivery man, or package wi
Jured man was laid on his bed, and at "We played cards for her on the be brought back to laundry office.
Holmes' request I examined him. I voyage. He won." p By H Macke
armed my report to where he sat In "I see. You got the young lady Into sept 1w By H. J. Mackey
the old tapestry hung dining room with your service, and there Woodley was -
bis two prisoners before him. to do the courting. She recognized the
"'He wail live." said I. drunken brute that he was and-would
"What'" -ried Ca rrue, springing have nothing to do with him. Mean-
rrthersspringin whi your arrangement was ratherup- YOU "GET NEXT"
out of his chair. "I'll go upstairs and while-your arrangement ws rather up- G
f hi airst. "lo youpten eat set by the fact that you had yourself
finish him first. Do you tell me that
thagil, tht be tofallen In love with the lady. You
g a could no longer bear the idea of this T A
"You need not concew yourself about "No. by George. I eouldntr'
hThere was a quarrel between you. GOOD THING
er good reasons why she should under He left you in a rage and began to
no circumstances be his wife. In the make his own plans independently of
first place, we are very safe in ques- .. WHEN YOU PUT ON A SHIRT
toning Mr. William o's8 right to sol- "It strikes me. Williamson. there THAT WE HAVE LAUN-
emnize a marriage." tn't very much that we can tell this
"I have been ordained," cried the old gentleman." cried Carruthers. with a DERED.
rascal. bitter laugh. "Yes, we quarreled, and
"And also unfrocked." he knocked me down. I am.level with r Steam
"'Once a clergyman, always a clergy- him on that. anyhow. Then I lost sight Ihe Star Steam
man." of him. That was when be picked up' aundfri
"I think not. How about the 11- with this cast pablre here. I fonud Laundry.
cense-" that they had set up housekeeping to- E.Garden St hone 114.
"We had a license for the marriage. gether at this ,>lace on the line that 7 E. Garensacola on 114.
I b:.- it here in may pocket." she had to pass for the station. I
"'Thene you got i b, a trick. But ian ket xk eye on her after that, for I


line around his waist, intending to
strike only small fish, but when he
saw a big porpoise come up to blow,
he couldn't. resist the temptation.
He threw the gig and a moment after
he was yanked off the boat into the
water. Half tinder, half out of the
water, he was dragged along by the
maddened creature, and was soon -:
zood quarter of a mile up the pass and
going at a ten-knot gait. I rowed fran-i
tically toward the place I had la.,t
seen him, but before I bad gone fifty
feet there he came back again. and
I saw that he was pulling himself to-'
ward the porpoise by the line. He
was a muscular chap, the line was
short and before he was out of sight,
I saw he had almost reached the tall
of the beast. Again the creature doub-
led up the pass, and this time I was
astonished at the sight which met my
gaze. He had climbed onto the back
of the porpoise and was riding astride
just behind the head and in front of
the dorsal fin. ''
"Knowing that he had no weapon
with him, you may be sure that I
was astonished to see the porpolas
moderate its speed and finally set-
tie down to an almost imperceptible
movement through the water. I row-
ed vigorously, and in a few mInutes
was able to strike the, beast in a
mortal spot with my sharp lance.
Then I saw how he had overcome the
creatrue. He had Jammed a fist in
each of the blow holes, so that the
monster was deprived of air, and fia-
ally reduced to such a state of ex-
haustion that I was able to come up
with It and despatch it."
There was a moment of respectful
silence, while the first prominent citi-
zen relit his pipe, and then the sec-
ond prominent citizen threw a snipe
out of the window and remarked:
Chicago Man and The Shark.
"That Is pretty good and it re-
minds me of something I saw a few
years ago. A friend of mine, Col. R.
from Chicago, and myself were fish-
ing for shark one day from the dock
.nd the Colonel had just baited the
jook and slung it in. Before he
could fasten the line to a piling, a
small shark had grabbed the bait
and struck out. Well, B. wouldn't
let go, and the shark couldn't. He
puled himself along the line till he
-ot close to the fish, wnich the shal
l1w water forced to stay near the top,
'or a few minutes he fumbled around
.vith the line near the shark's tall,
Ind I did not see what he had done
un:il he began to swim back toward
the dock. He had made a loop in the
ne, passed it around the fish's tall
and tied up his sbarkship's steering
-ear in such shape that he could swim
)nlv around in a circle. The madden-
rd fish continued to swim around and
around in a twenty-foot circle and in
-' actly one hour and fifteen minutes
vas so exhausted that ne waded outi
to him and struck him with a gig."
The meeting of prominent citizens
hen adjourned.
Two million Americans suffer the
r touring pangs of dyspepsia. No need
'o. Burdock Blooas Bitters cures. At
any druggists store.
ATTENTION.
Teachers, Patrons and Children of
the Public Schools of Escambla
County, Florida.
Peneacola, Fla., -ept. 21, lsUo.4
Owing to the unfavorable health
report made last evening, the Board
of Public Instruction orders that the 4
city schools shall not be opened un-
til Nov. 1st, nexi, but those schools
in the country now provided wita
teachers and ready to begin work will
be allowed to do so on Oc:ober 2nd
proximo.
Contracts, registers, blanks an4.
3oiher school supplies will be forward-
ei by the superintendent by mall, ex-
press or other means.
By order Board of Public Instrue-
LiOh. N. B. COOK,
22sept3t Uounty aupt.


Tized,


Newvous


Mothers


Male Unhappy Homes- Their Conditton Irritates
Both H,;bend and Children-How Thosandn
of Mothers Have Been Saved From Ncrvoua
Prostration and Made Strong and Well.


.Afrj. ~~~esfep t'svY' ,Af,'s C4as ??~J'cw7a


A nervous, irritable mother, often on Mrs. Chester Curry, Leader of the
the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care Ladies' Symphony Orchestra. 49 Sara-
for children; it ruins 6 child's disposi- toga Street, East Boston, Mass., writes:
tion and reacts upon herself. The Dear Mrs. Pnkham:--
trouble between children and their "For eight yearsI was troubled with e-
mothers too often is due to the fact tremenervousnessand bysteria brought aby
that the mother has some female weak- irregularties. I could nather enjoy lie nor
ness, and she is entirely nnAtt to bear very irrite, nervo
the strain upon her nerves that overn- "Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
ing children involves; it is impossible was recommended and proved to be thi only
for her to do anything calmly remedy that helped me. I have daily
The ills of women act like a firebrand moved In health until I am now utroug
upon the nerves, consequently nine- a m e, and all n usm has di ap
tenths of the nervous prostration ne'-hrle Brown, Vce-Pre
vous despondenoy. "the bluessleep- dent of the Mothers' Club, 21 Cedar
lessness, and nervous irritability of Terrace. Hot Spring. Ark writ:
women arise from some derangement De MrK. pnkha-
of the female organism. "I dragged through n yvars of missrabe
Do you experience fits of depression existence, orn out with pain and nervous
with restlessness, alternating with nee until it seemed as though I should fy.
extreme irritability? Are your spirits I then noticed a otatemit f a woman woi
easily affected, so thatone minute you bled as I was, aNd t wonderfulrenI"
laugh, and the next minute you feel derived from LydiaL. P nkham'sV gablee
like crying? adof threat I wa a diffta
Do you feel something like a ball ris- woman. My mrromne s ww a llgone. I wa
ing in your throat and threatening to nm lougwt irritable, and my husband filli
choke you; all the senses perverted, love with me all over again."
morbily sensitive to light and found; Women should remember that Lydia
pain in the ovaries, and especially B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
between the shoulders; bearing down the medicine that holds the record for
pains; nervous dyspepsia, and almost the greatest number of actual cures ef
continually cross and snappy ? female ills, and take no substitute.
If so, your nerves are in a shattered Free Advice te Women.
condition, and you are threatened with Mrs. Plnkham. Lynn, Mass.. invites
nervous prostration. all sick women to write to her foradvis.
Proof is monumental that nothing in Mrs. Pinkham'a vast experience with
the world is better for nervous prostra- female troubles enables her to tell
tion than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- you just what is beet for you, ana
table Compound; thousands and thou- she will charge you nothing for bh!
sands of women testify to this fact. advice.
AA Ifr Ptiklm's Abiue--A W m But Im I sb a Wagp *,


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1905.


In each of the following ten pictures the name of a Great American is shown. Can you tell who

they are? The first is Peter Cooper.


How to Judge

Beer


FLAVOR
The distinctive
Characteristic of
any beverage.
Flavor appeals to
tI taste as color
d&t to the eve, or
music to the ear.
The word famous \

A. B. C. Bohemian
(The only beer kbotled exclusively at the brewery)
Beer is characterized by a pronounced and
delightful hop aroma not to be found in any
Other brand. This is due to the use ot the
finest grade of imported Bohemian
Jk Hops, each bale of which is purchased
under Government Certificate, Ise-
simile of which is shown above.


ONE


SIX


TWO


SEVEN


THREE


EIGHT


FOUR


NINE


FIVE


TEN


TO THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIG HT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A
SILVER DOLLAR.


THE AMERICAN BREWING CO.
ST. ioLs, U. S. A.
N. GOLDARIC, Wholesale Daler





No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTZN. President M. E. CLARK. Cashier.
C W. LAMAR. Vite-President. JNO. PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.

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

Henry L. Covington, S. J. Io-h,,.'.I
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
W. H. Mt on. ir.,
Bryan Ounwody, O. E. Ma ra.
Frank leilly, W. L. Ca': anon,
W. S. Rosasco, C .. OA. N.1.
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J !anna',


F. E. Brawner,
C. W. Lamar,
J. i. Saunders,


AtNf, 'Cv~-f


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


PUZZLE ARMY



UP AGAINST IT


As a Result Many of Them Fell
Down on Puzzles for
Last Week.


JOHN FRENKEL WON


SEVERAL. ANSWERS WERE RE-
CEIVED TOO LATE OR GOT INTO


No.
No.
No.
No.-


Cor:
the fi
Ida
Willie
Ruth
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Fla.:
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7.-Geology. !Rice. Edward Pugh. John M. Gossong
S.-Modern languages. \and Willie Burke, all give "No. 3
9.-Political Economy. 'Zoology."
-reomnetry. Mac Hodgkins. "No. 6 Classical"; FOR THE
Correct Answers Received."" RoRbert and Willie Glover, "No. 3 Phil-
rect answers were received fromM
iowing girls and boys: and Alice 1'. Pritchard. "No. 3 Physi-
allory. city: Roe: Brent, city; Arthur an ,Manuel Johnson's cor-
Brew. cit Franc.s Brellnt. rtct answers to puzzles of Sept. lio1uu ull I
Grentxry. Millon. Fla.; :1Vilani wfere received this week: also Kath-
. 78 N. Paiafox: dna Ru.asco i)an and V;rginia Waiker's.
.10 N. Palaox; .lohn Frenkl. The flo. ing we 'rescued" too
Clara Fr Elikl. (irr. L ill ian la, l,)or the ifawinz: Stella and Otto
,a llcit'; Irma DeSilva, Ba\ r linhard:. held up- for postage;
-.,fman city; irma l+Sihva. Bay- Miriam lurzo-ne's. addressed to "Ed-
"Jack Rober.Au For Genera*'oCuEsedness and ConiaFarm.
S.Arcadia Farm it) f The .htirna'; -Fiora latiughton's For Genera1Cusdness
Fla.n W D. Gonzalez. Boherma. a .cir i,0d1 o 'O()ffice of Pens(ola Jour-.
Susi- Berry. Br-in: Pa.: Ma.lvin
,,llff krryS Bwrir-,n: i'Ia.: .Mal 1'" Elo,,a .ons and, Maxwell Savel trariness Tampa Animal Car-
ti t a" ']im a l C a -
hat ,aa. a: addressed to "Nr- ries of mpionship.
na i,' t w: 2 n'h v a i ,nm ,, (ry Ed i ,,r Tlhe Pelisac)la .Journal."' P
No. ZanV, :,n ih. faC! a .1,1k 1 -0 wI. sh a hane, at t ihe "I)ollar-'
\ ho n rr'i.-: N o *# al;" n'.i, s-) l i .
S' and t r so r addl S you'l pulzzip answll.ers to ; mon (ronzalez. manager or th -
Sanswdr N. i. ;i'r(- ,. wi I ; ;" s, ur.al. Pensacola. Fla." S:.n-he tz & Hava ci.iar factory, re T'i-
.nsw% -r, ti)''N 1.. -" i-. 'i,. l a .. ..
i intiv('stopl in a hor-', sa\. s he Tamn-
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar pa Tinmrs. An i th :l', hans a r. *.
n'!t ,f oys wvh V A ( ChicaI originate!. \wh!-h anlmo.lt eituals in luidlierois :n-
!1: ( :r. r-- at. .tZ 1' :ie. an;il:, Tar a- a thrl at ;lr.,l .uns (.' ., tit tthe story of IMIiil which is,
itl) I .. :- ii an. -t i i: --' r' .i. ,, ai,i eti ,.~ .o ;n of :mh- g e- Ino running the "(' iC' .- ( io of i t'.t,
in tIh 1:. '. n :nt and' p ia;;:l v of Foliy's Hon. SiFioy nevwtspapr.
fo'lowin .:rls and :r, : ( .A ... y and Tar i.nv\ initations are of- T;: animal acquii:rel l,. Mr. (;n-
Sen I Al ('anr a f'r for the .i.tine. These wor'h-
i : S'. war \'.;i C oi nIto I,;- :. nd p"' tl, I:'i \V li, (it R I..-.. ~>. kw; ,, of them. The g- ictl"n Z"'111Hi -t*';*..T* # ,
r la: ..;,: . .. nine Fo e-'s. I asnt Tar is 'n a
ns \ :l n. .V E. S > pac ic';-'e A-k fr' t aiind r
;r ., L. i.:. :: ; l i any war' 1> : .:i \ ,. 1 ' r I . -. an ': I- W A
11n n 1) K :'> :n I, A:. 1 1) A. ;i l)r'a i<: a;1 i Apo ,-. Ks."::.;l ,0 n.., !;,l.,. -Sm oe- *
rtl.:,r Joil:.- n 1 a: Su .- DANCE.
PI.' r. A. (n .za ,/. F \
el:. ,' ". :ir. N <, r:. ]K T i,' C. K : ; h!asn S e
w l ia. A.,, i l 'I:" S"w n' ro L ;,,; .' <.'; .: ,
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-: v :a.;, :. IE :;ni~a \V:, ',' \] "'" ". '.:'. h t; ,{ .i!.. .i ]n -"_ _.. .


WRONG HANDS BECAUSE THEY
WERE IMPROPERLY ADDRESS-. w,

The

Tib, Army "~'o f':] d1own" on No. 3 -ari a
and No. 6 th i. i ,,. IMi-)ocv and 'Y- i Ti.-nm-
chology w,,r, tTW o ti-h fr ;hii i,, .1,
But iI: wa ia.' nI.'x' rp.;rt .o , IL. Not a c r, i >ra- i s ;:ia I- ( .: g mbiss one of .., 1* p.- ur` ]11 IodTo 'A l ta.tia
Journal. It:h,
John Prenk. "-' Wes: Grecor.v is a, A
e tiflled to t d a:, : This t!me,. hen-' Harrt,
ever he cal'- !or .: a t; T:. Journal '.S,!,',
"ce'. le 14,
Answers to September 17. W 1ienh
No. I.---Ch'mi--r. .. Ma
No. 2.-H''It:. cs
No. 3. .,. 1 N1 e
No. 4.-P1 i ic.
No. 4.- > :, ,,c. I Ho.W ,ip
No. 5.- :l1 N, > \V +- *
No. 6 -]'. x'holtvy. ; .1,1 An


PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON

Answers Must Be Written on This Coupon Blank. No
Attention Will Be Paid Those Not Written On It No
Exception to this Rule.
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day are as fellows:

No. I __

No. 2


No. 3


No. 4


THE SENSE OF BEAUTY.
Canlit ne It .b O t.erving the Sk)
nl u tiei I.uIn (It4l Jroe.


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No. 8 __


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L.iot in Critic.


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drives


Away

Mosquitoes.



Smoke and Be


Protected.


LITTLE


MINISTER L


IS THE KING
OF ALL


5c CIGARS.

TRY ONE!


Lewis Bear


Co.


Agents,


zalez was a wiry li'tlt Mustang. All
who are familiar with the charactir-
ist es of the Mustang know that there
i more d(-vilment and ,iownrl ht cis-
seO,;nss wrappei)'i up in their hIlid,
than is dispia el by a hundred orli-
nary hors.s. 'm-i' Mnl:ing wats rer
onimende,!i to Mr. ( Gnzal,.z hy :;!.. -'oan-
sc ienc'i, s. horsitrae' r v. io so, it t I
him as a p':t'.': ti t pot. as ,, 'n 'e
aa, a Ai, ; ; kc. lie fit 'K i it l )oiiril
a se(t of harii an a ;at.l I li.'aii, '
pha; o ;oll : iadl : ,., ;it :.. :,:; t
up. The !arm s w i. r i
la I gi- for it bul i) ol, ilh l. i!. t
nm ind that- in fa01,. it prt',o ';:1, .- ',;.a-
iZiol Ihert': aT n I'P t!' I ti!o (a! r '


start ol ( fi'lt 14r ti TIN i'i] 1(52 k.7
riio w o f 1 .it W Se if I -sT 1a"r.,)
lh ikt-. 114, I ti T) -i e MaS aIjT.
li ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : S aI.to : li i..
I..~~ oil 11i ~ i 11:*t-: 1 t ,h--:
a it IIid !- i i nt-d i ii t i"-.sw ii, I -I v don
ris~avj~t-,KC-it, ti I l O tilt) iet,, -a


T. i 1\, 11:t 1 !in ir!:1, 1) I h') nbau"
Ai rgi Ii Ii o(I ini tIT fhai i c 's; arigh
,.!i lii, 1 1ia he l T1 .i. ouT I hi t I ith t
(In,- aI Ati-- a'iit1la : hh- th, t. fh
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THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.


WV. K IIYER. JR V. Prei. and Cash.
W. N. ROi~u1RTS, Aibst. Ca.6Iea.


FIRST


NATIONAL BANK,

of Pensacola, Fla.


DIRECTORS, F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowles

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

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHINSE BOUGHT AND SOLE


We draw our own Bills of Ex.
change on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, France, Austrla, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
,her European countries


Vessels disbursed upon the Most
Favorable Terms, and their obll-
gatlons taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Ve,
sel Arrives there.


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

Savings Depar tment-Interest Paid on Do*
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.
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L. iLT"oN (.kl.6.\. a.V-iim.'E .' T. WELLk., N ;rc-PaftnZoD T.
R. M. BUb.HNELL, CASHIER. MANSFIKLD MORENO, Adf. CAaslII
Citizens National Bank,
of PPena3'eo Florrb.
Zitrcotor .
Geo W I right, Morris dear, T. 1. Welles
Kix M. Robinson. L. Htlton ,treeo.
A .ErP:.R1L 8\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

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SJ. S. RLESE, President. E. W. MENFIE E, Cashier.
. R. M. CARY, Vico-President.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA.
4 D;rectors-L. J. RI eves, J. A. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary, *
-% W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings.
STTLANSACTS A GENERAL B RANKING It5 SINE-:. *
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RES.'ETF",LTA SOLICTTED.


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Sa n Domestic, Anthracite
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J' .. South P a x street. Telephone 93.
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It vill pay you to investigate our prices bebra b /11 yljr


Hardware, Sash,


Doors, Blinds or Lun';er,


We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Limh a': I .I it.
We can save you money on everyth .8.


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ON THE HAL' SHELL AT NICK
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
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Saunders MWisI Company


Offices
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29 East Garden Street.
North Palafox Street.


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