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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 27, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreig and Domestic--Furnished


by The Associated Press


ItHE HE JOUA a Want Ad pa


VOL. VIII NO. 224


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1905.


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lollI }i;,es in Flir:iia.
Gulfpor: one: Miqsnsipp; CiNx 4.
Viclks'urc i>nn i.'-c :i new cas
Ha:'dil'or. n :nrt none REFUSE To ME

SMALL FIRE AT PRESS. ROOSEVEI

RELAY CAMP MOBILE COTTON EXCHAI
AIr u S*, A W r A I' ej.P i "f.M ~


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PREVENTED


SERIOUS BLAZE EARLY
TUESDAY MORNING.


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September 26
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By Associated Press.
Mohbie ..;: 26 -The cotton ex
change T > )i. refuse to appoint :.
omninim:v ',- to represent that boly with!
i inttt l 'e's from the other conimercia
.dv in reee;vine the president ne\
* nth The reason given is that th.
%:,>.y pirtly commercial and ha
:,,ilhing :,, do with politics or socla


MIDNIGHT I FIRE

NEAR L. & N. SHIOPJ

CREEK FRUIT STAND AND TWO
NEGRO HOUSES WERE
BURNED.


", r-rr'T'I fire broke,
*. .:' ,fn -Eas Wrigh:
: '.,. & N shops. an
r.' .rn <'.'l' rt-pon.l
o: :-,r homes ad
': ( i de royed.
b.'el *7> i't-ionz.n !e to Tl.'
i -- on 'ho groun<.-
Si, vwe'! under control!
i. ep.r:rmTt arrived,


'r.dreai~v and an-
- ct"~ fre ron- a qis'an,
v'z 14"1.t as rp 11

S- -'Coliectz r'sCzor'veniemee.
Vt --"!I A! a' 2 P e n

lk it 01 U eW. CCI..a- .


THE CZAR:


"THIS LIDSKY IS BOUND TO COME OFti-'KY SOME DAY::"


REPORT MORE

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'"W" ~~~I nI I h*11


LIIUUU~ilU 'il0


Only Eight New Cases Developed
Yesterday Though Two
Deaths Occured.


PORTER'S APPEAL


NEW ORLEANS KOMURA GIVES FIRST TRTY NOW DESTRUCTIVE TYPHOON

AUTHENTIC INTERVIEW SWEEPS CITY Of MANILA

Is INTEREST[ED:On Eve of Departure for Home, Japanese MAu PUBLIC7 Thousands are Left Homeless, Hundreds


sit oof Discoy ofthe Fever Envoy Praises Roosevelt and Speaks England and Japan Combine to Injured, and Many Buildings De-
Germ Getting More Attention of Japan's Future. Preserve Mutual Intersts In molished by Force of Storm

Tihea Fever itself, the Far East
By Assolated Pres lyPresident Roosevelt's successful By Associated Press. anas of electric wires were blown
New York, 8ept. 26.-Baron Komu- efforts In bringing the representatives New York. Sept. 26.-The evening down, filling the streets with flames
SBETTER EELING the aanese peace plenpoten oftheun W ILL INSURE Ptries tACogether. Sun has a dispatchh frm Manila report- until curarknrnth
tho wtil start for Japan tomorM ult of the war Japan will undoubt- ing a destructive typhcoI n at that city. d(ipatch was snt and all strr-'r raffic
gave the Associated Press tonight the ed'ly secure a well recognized position The native districts were swept away, was suspended. ;T is believed that
first authentic interview since being in in the far east. I have no hesitation cight thousand persons were left the shipping in the bay had a warning
T that C F r Will Be Eradi. this country on the peace mission and In affirming that there will be no That Is One of the Objects of An- homeless. five Filipino. were killed, of the approaching sworm, but no com-
Iwhich he said would be the last. Ba- break in the continuity of Japan's two hundred wrre injured, hundreds nunication has been had with the ves-
SILast of Mnr ron Komura Is grateful for the many foreign policy, steadily adhering to n. Aareno of buildings wer, unroofed and thous- scls.
So i courtesies and kindnesses extended the policy of peaceful expansion in g 0-JapaneSB egreCIlnt.
during his visit annd commended high- commerce and industry."

CANAL STREET IS THE DIVIDING, INTEGRITY OF CHINA IS INSURED
UNE D CONDITIONS CON- AS WELL AS AN EQU4L OPPOR.. MUST 0 [TUBNi TO'BRijj
TI" ETo IMPROVEABOVEi T-. TUNITYLFOR THE COMMERCE OF
LOOKSt BETTER DAILY. ALL NATIONS ANUO THE MAIN- OIA D I IN
Iim ll ITENANCE OF TERRITORIAL" r F D
y A.elated Prm FLORIDA WILL IN COTTON RIG HT S.T

lew Orleans, Sept2 6.-rel- By Associated Preas.
SP. m: e c ro 1ondon, Sept. 26.-The text of the
S New case today 31; total to l IU I C Anglo-Japanese treaty, signed August
date 2,L 89. 12, was issued from the foreign offc' Greene and Gaynor Have Exhaust- Harbor Channel Being Deepened
S Deaths Wtoy, ; total to this evening, with a uci:atfh to tr,
: '",t,, 7-. This Year's Session Will Be Held Weather Bureau Bulletin Reviews -ritish amioasonaor at 1r, r,1- uri ed Last Resource in Opposition By Dredge Constructed Special-
Cae re nder tr etment 286 instructing him to cemmun.c.,i,,e it t,, .)
S es rstag en,,238.. at lake City, But Hereafter Conditions in All Portions e Rs:n ,.enment at i arit to Extradition. ly for Pensacla.
d opporti:i ty. T'he treaty contains
u......................... at Gainesville. 0f Cotton Belt. eight (laise, m:n a long pr-anih.
t Gainesville. Cotton BelThe tcs the objt to h By Associated Press. From all reports received in the city
SAbove Canal street. maintain n(rao l peace in Asia ati. Montreal. Sept. 26.-The two United yesterday the U. S. Dredge Caucus,
SSett ner 6Th. c lake aty, ept. 26.-The new Unl- By Associated Press. India an,, i irsrvation of :h i-Slaes' officers aie actedd to arrive which has been at work on the bar
*e Orlas, ept. 26.or Thousgh werty of lorida, provided for by the S,. 2, -The weath terests of I c1l (;' powerss In Chivl by t omT (Grrw re ,tod to take Gay- wi h h b o on e
e e more numerous than legislature will open its first se Washington. e 26Thweathe n i of China an i.or an Grn toavannah. Their since a week ago Monday is doing ex-
gice sunday. the fever situation Is ston here Wednesday. It is in reality bureau's wekl ^ ^ bulletin on the crop0 1 e' o1portrhil. f<,r :,, ....s of the.. optionally go
conditions say.s:" Reports Indicatercl. rr V ir '0 ,ti t to : a, han oo
rgted as bowing unmistakabl only a continuation of the old Unlver- littl hange in th cnd i o comn.er nations, th ....:ini 1- taa and as All the work of the drea'ge so far
igns of improvement. The cases are sity of Florida, which has been In cotton in South Carolina, Georgiarance of t he t rrtorial rights f ( r l hl a no n >t to order has been eminently successful, not-
r re t d the rat o hre for many yards but Alabama, Oklahoma and Inydan Terr i-rtan and a,:n n Eastern , i .. otord withstanding
ode rati r niei ouAlabama, Oklahoma and Indiatn Terr- .n a.. ... i livers to t appointed withstanding the fact that It is operat-
t total for the twenty-our theirs de. Thde Buckman bill, which has ve b tries, a slight improvement in interests therein se ofheir r ive then. It is n)t known ing with an entirely green crew.

it oonusiered ftaorable. been widely discussed throughout the w ihelt r (r ( thoir Csra T we on or below Canal state. cut off all appropriations for ex- deterioration in other portions of the r prxtradton board are well and extremely hope-
r as w a lra majority oftheher cotton belt, although there i decided- NO N CASES Captain Lecato Dead. ful of escaping the yellow fever which
S ted. In the lower action aid, and provided for two ere uch n- l les complaint of rust and shedding Norfolk, Va., Set. 2.-Capt. A. as, to some extent, demoralized every-
ss re rtd. In the lower e n aid, and provided for two such Instin the central and eastern portions of F R Lcato, prominent in Aian;, coast thing else in the harbor.
o the city, physians consider th tutions, one for boy nd one for girls the districts. Picking s nearing com- hippng and who cna:ile,l wreck- The dred s now working between
deae to be well in ha:d. th th, The latter is located at Tallahassee. pleton in portions of Georgia, Louis- ing expeditions ,vhi scesful The dredge ow work between
The one foobabilithatr yswill use t-he Iouniv ana and extreme soutOhern Texas." fl'ad maI .ten ,. .I v e-:-.;< on this buoy number one-half and buoy num-
pobabiliy that c i and buiigs of he old University of' GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN GER- .r't dirt.g tih la- x,: iV years, r three and one-half.
entire remova Florida at Lake City this year. but Admiral Schley III. aiC i yre !t, la ., as u|lt (C
More intere eento-'s here now in i- ord.-ed to move to Gainesvillethere- Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 26.-Major J MAN SITUATION INDICATED p,,ine1 j;,,,,, I
th q ofe whe:hr or not the yel- aft er. D. Richa-rdson, sovereign grand corn- MRILTON ELECTS
low fever germ is to discoverntteyed as fThe coming session of the univer- mander of the Supreme Council BY YESTERDAY'S REPORT. Will Not Accept.
low fe eem is t di r as n under the presidency of Dr. Scottish Rite Masons, received a let- N ew tYorl ,'W,.".' ,N ,; p,, R 0 C
Result of th ine .za' ions now in Andrew Sledd. formerly professor o ter today from Mrs. W. S. Schley. say- ii int Mariln \V. :. i R OhRoflCERS'
pr-ogres. than in the. fever itself. Th l.atin in Emory college, promises to ng the Admiral was ill and would be By Associated Press. t;l:'ie 1)utblic a W.-:', 'I) ,or!iav dc(1ar-
,bthl:c. however is 1, -t in much uncer .u* the best in the history of the insti- unable to attend the special communi-' norlin. Sept. 2>.-Thc ufticial hiil, ;z that he iil :!.., : h .s name was
taint y the vai,.n'e, oun-sC.'s :hat no a-. ,a be pr).. ;" f' in conf-r- E. P. HOLLEY WINS FOR MAYOR
sures thu.- ;ur: iit :. regard -o nL faculty. the majonily of whom have re here. Two hundred members of the cholra and n r.ai.,ah i, r- ,.,this a'. ri., i a a 'i, lilate for
,,,be. ,I their degrees from the best uni irder will witn s; the (, nferring of - *,t- r at :: , r r, :!:ar l, would niot accept AND H. C. COLLINS FOR MAR-
____ .verr-iPies o fAmnerica and Europe. Sev- degrees on flfty candidates, at noon today. thi, nomination. SHAL A
Improve ent in Mississippi. ral of the professors have been at work SHAL AND COLLECTOR.
1' r s-veral :ays in the library rear-
Jac eson. S?-r 26--Tht Mis';ir-z ,.rzing Ihe- books preparatory to cat- _
r'olo fr,--r : .- ,r' :uh w- .'' :i.gin 'h.eim in a scientific manner.
mhe death *n ":< s:a's, an.,. :*a ;'" *'toe, her ; is f.It that a decided ad- eci d n, to The Journal
Natch-z A A ,mn-,:iy of t!n nt t a:.< -:,nc, is !*. inz made along educational Milton, ept. 2.-The result of th.


SUSPICIOUS CASES AT MILTON
AND BLUFF SPRINGS WILL
BE INVESTIGATED BY THE
HEALTH OFFICER TODAY-PRE-
CAUTIONS ARE BEING TAKEN.



Following is the offiu'al sum- *
mary of the 0 yellow lever situa- *
M tion up to list night: ;
.e .>w c t-,-, ; total cases to m
da,'- t l i.
".- l a)ath,., e iserday, 2; total 1
dI elat hs to iat, 5.
*'- Cases ,iii.thargt-d, 44. -
-A! Cas<,< u.; ;.lt r trea n..'at, 50. -.


The mental excitt-ment of yest'r-
day cat.iei .,' y [h' an nouncement UL
the lde'i--lop,:in :t r t of 134 Vew ca ., ,f
yellow tcVi o \' "i'~I S!i 'i1rdl-. .11 '.it
S.il! now hav. ,hart 'To i' io',;..
The total t',r "'' i' y H- ?n ty i i'iilt
new cases, ain, li '. ;hat th.,, all
Center around hitherto infectedl (i -
tricts will tel:I 'o al!a. mici f ;.r.
Two Deaths.
Two deaths ici tirrvd. The first was
that of M. E. CroAst-, of 401 Sith I)'-
Vitliers str,'. Thr, ', t'r w is i:: :t
of C. J. Guirn'r, near BTrent San n,,
who died at 7.ou last night.
The New Cases.
The elght new cases re:
Jasper Finney, s0)1: W,,t Ma .
Itohbert Rosique. 24,0 I;.- i'i','d a-
ce .st re,,t.
Teirlici HanSon, 417 F.,;r I*eni, t-
cia st r t
ilt -.ip Hanson, 117 :'.-it Irfrn:'. .a-
c ia .- ";' ,t" r .
T'-rcy S. HIay 71: WV,.-ist Miin
strip "t.
F.ank Humpiir-ys, 2: 1 East Inten.
(l";'i .c' r ',.i.
; ,i- o iin k-, t',f rmian .hip
Kaiser.
.'a ;na PHae( or, G'orman ship
Kaiser.
\. usual th-r- are a number of .'is-
pcious .'.; i' r'-r h.-in- Iare-
fully .vairnci, l T :- .!'( not ri ..
tlmh i these a3.. : i t ldevelon Irto


rivnu ipal i)leczion held here today is ,|, fv r I ,:;,
as fo1'i'vws: are watching ,
For Mayor: Lewis Cra."ne 50; E danirfroris a; :,
P. l{o'vy ; | are' ,plcr. ". d f," .
For Marshal and Collector: J. E. t,) prv,,, .
lfrhiian .';' ; H. C. Collins 72.
FO T Assessor: M. N. F'i-hr. Sr., 71; An Appeal t
\Vm. Imavson, Jr.. 41. i ast. night 1,' .n
For (lhrk: WV. Williams. Jr., 941 1, th Of !-
Tl .' Al ivurmeni : G. M. Brow 71; J. '1, ti.n in r .


:;':: rh" ah tthori.e?
n' : 'Z *:hat may he
;t what oAme
11 x"'rr, e! measures
'! IIt f the dliea-'o.
o The Public.
Si'. P,)rter, .tate
I *1 't"A followlai
hi* :An Appeal


S l::lis ; (Oliver .JOrnigan, Jr. 85: to :', e Pru ii '
\\. A. Mills 77. Bulletin No. 18.
Thre is a gr.-at deal ] fexcitoment Pensaco'a, 47a., Sept. 1905.
in our town ovor the report of a sus- To umnbr of ;i'os f .vliow fever
S:. ca- of feve rLore. r'; 'd in t :, ;,y-ilow f. er bulletin
of "-t ''la- i'n -LSIn in-4t., clearly
S14% AAT* s h<.., rhai h- in refocion I, wideo
RUSSIA WANTS I ,NI r e Irou zi,,, r.he 0iry which fact
even th. her,.olforr s.ptical It is
ANOTIIER LOAN tI u'-ht n usr nnw a'rnin, and conbeal-
SL ni'n of ca.- will onlv ;efnd to in-
crat.-,- the spread and hinder the sa-
thoriti(.s i, (!-'stroyin, :iafe,-ted foci.
3OND ISSUE FOR $175,000,000.00 StuP,. .-sful IreatniriL ,f yellow
fevr a:lmo)-t .,nratl. ij'.r-mnds ulpo
WILL BE DIVIDED BETWEEN : '. -,,,. wiihb ar irr;i.rtant botl
PARIS AND BERLIN. for th,. i'. t ;anld the Pysirlan to
rero12niz 'iprly e'i !;ri e for met.!-
|- e'n a-i'-;' I ,,n:! an arly rpcogs'i-
tic.On of t*1; f, r.
By Associated Press. : i v.!';, *w']ve hours
Par::. Sept. 2r.-It is staptd In well tha iii -:io -n ,f ,.-:,ow fever pa-
I ir.T.': 1 quarters rtlat plans for an- t: lo,'i',i H-i v.t-oro'lly pPu hed it
rather Russian loan to be di1-!del b-:-- a rI c' i' r. ,/ h >) I for Aftt-r
a r. ;,r:- an Beriin n:ave prac'icail- two) or ;.' ,'i ,..''i' a i tiea.l
'. i), n C or ,, u:iid :id. The, armic nt. r at.f-'rt: : :.: n.atac.
',-:, I it he to pp-oximately $17 ,- n' .. in: r- t.
l~ .'-l ;:'"-, .'.h .. ritlzns of
pc:. p,, ,i i;i ', }*'; i ,,* ?h-ir wives,
iPONGE SHIPMENTS ,i ,; .- f h'wd tlvs
FROM TARPON SPRINGS warnina- \' -V a:-. from slfep
in .' .., f ",- :norning-
jTarpon Springs., Sept. 26.-The' f-,r', mni '-. .n, ,':or., I',.rle-
S busing. i very liv,ly now, the i a : or '-h: !. iidg" neal-
r -itn.*nf- ,'-Ing -) great as to rpquIlr act-,. -,e k i' and s ren#-si of rr a-
S x'ra .-xprs., car. The spongers -. ., :,I general distr.r-s Xt
,;" '-en q;i:irt st're-ssf'-i, ri;ng ng ., ., ,f ": t',ma-ch," at once
i. a 'ioat -ad of from !.000) to 1.2w0, .:,: for :.' finly phi. 'clan. Do not
Ce'e,:-. a t he w. a-ther :,ces no' aff-i a :*o : .. 'f inz of gzer.ral disora.
*: .:a i; n jiv t .a,. f *" ' k ;n oil.'' L ,r your ioct.)r
S. wa :4 ',', n.tr;:'- of ,'our 1i1-
Jerome Begins Campaign. m- an : :!:*:"t 1 ou.
Ne- York. S 2.-D c A-or-, r:n:-u: l off-seing
X '. .-r In-, ; p. i. *idpen-. tlfor r :!!,al ail fror re. r frmr dvays
nr. campa:zn for r--elcta -- apen-; wth ':e exp-r -a-on tLht y'u or any
Sh.,Tl or r... ..:. in hc Gilv I ~ rn- member ,f our family w!ll be ocAttr
ea l', nr r in the Gtise', I I 'ise s
night. A delogatiofn from the Ham- soon, you are m,'t er-tainly aua-
-n Club assured Mr. Jerome of the ng a risk for sever iiliess., f n.
-"p .'rrt of the club, ar-.' about two1later on, tol .o w
::.ir i -im-a-'ures to h:3 nznTinating; You are lkew .. g,' of willfully
.! in were received during the even --
nt. (Continued on T=ird i


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THe Pg mCmOLA JOURNAL.



DOUBLE TRANSMIGRATION.
T m. m. wo a come down the SteOW
of th. city baD had toond a soal, def
under his bet and give the anImal a
kick. The owner was only a few yards
away, and be came forward and do-
manded:
"Sir, why did you kick my dog?"
**Because I believe 1n transmugratton,"
replied the other. a
"What has that to do with it?"
"Two years ago I knew a mean man.
He died. oer do4 0 ook. so much like


THERE YOU ARE.

She-Do you believe a child Inherits the mental qualities of L!s parents
He-Well, my little boy makes some very brilliant remarks sometimes.


A"'TLN. "IT'S ALO'T TIME I COMMENCED TO
AND RED."


PAINT


THIS FOLIAGE


GOLD


Had given the animal a kick.

him that I believe It 1is a case of trans-
migration. I always wanted to kick the
man, and, finding your dog under my
f0et. I could not resist the impulse."
"Sir." said the dog-owner, "I once
knew a mule. He was the crankiest,
meanest critter on the face of the earth.
He died. The minute I set eyes on
you I knew that it was a case of trans-
migration. I always wanted to wollop
that mule, but never got the chance. It
has come at last, and now-"
And when the crowd hauled them apart
there rv re three black eyes and a bitten
ear between the two of them to prove
that the theory of transmigratiou works
like a double-barreled shotgun.
JOE KERR.IL


A KNOCKER.

1:e *,ss Oijlcrl It s enutiful teeth.
t-e e-es, I was lthb her when she ordered t"..


AS THE BAND PLAYED.

She--Do you like classical musei?
He-Tea, and like It because nobody can beat time to It


with his foot.


She was n" k!nd of woman to be stepeted
on :i;v whe-' a man in leaving the canr
troi ;1 lir toe she uttered a yetl! of pain
::rd z~en Sapi'led :be epithet of loafer to
bini
"Madam.' be replied, as he sat down
anin., "1 am sorry for the tragedy, but
yon niusil Ie aware that mistakes and ac-
eidenit have tnapllned ever since the
world was created "
"* es, some folks bare gone blundering
around."
"Madam. twe calm. Statistlcs show that
every time a -owi'a" gets mad she short-
ens twr life bty a eek. Every time she
work her :'w to cali names she inter-
fes vl;h ib er di,.stion. That rush of
t.i'd Ito yo -r fare will kill your appette
for the d:'T In cr! :. mt a leafr. do
yon kLi,, tl;i;t you exerc-ised jaw pwver
suftil':.t to cra,.. a A:.lAuut? In glaring


at me as you are now doing you raise
your temperature at least five degrees.
In doubling up your fist--"
**Is It stitittlcs ye are giving meT' she
interrupled.
"It Is. Madrm. let me Inform you that
in a';l'r r.p that question your tongue
moved V4 times, your eyes winked 18
,lme,. and the jaw-power may tie esti-
mated at--"
"*(h, if It a statistics, thin I can beat
thin El ts nmash:." she exclalnm'd, and
Fhe ,-,ticht him a cnff thct landed his
hat In the sir'et auil made his hair curl.
When be had jumped oft' after his bat she
looked arozind at the pabseg;-ers and said:
"'If an ti3 loty rise wants to jump on me
feet ir' r-t" !i:' atist! s in p!ace of
lir.Aiet, tLe j,-b is open to him:"
JOE KERiR.


"Dortor," he said In a feeble voice. "do
.you think I am going to die?"
"For sure. You haven't two hours to
live,"
"You can't he mistaken?"
"Never! Prepare to ascend to the
skies.
"Then. Doctor, before I go I want to
ease my conscience by making a confes-
sion. You remember the great Chicago
fire?"
"As if It were but yesterday. I had a
mother-in-law burn up in that fire."
"You know It is generally believed that
a cow s-,t that fire by switching her tall
against a lamp?"
"I have seen the cow. the Inmp ano the
man who was milking her at the time."


"Villain! Reprobate! Monster!"
"But I die happy. Doctor. The girl sla
In heaven, where I shall shortly join her.
It will be too late for the Chicago authori-
ties to prosecute me, and as for you and
your bill, you can go to pot and be hanged
to you 6-as-s-sh! Beware! I gol Biff-
bang!" JOE KERI.


"Wot makes the sea salt, Jimmie?"
"Why de fish, of course, goose! Didn't
you ever hear of salt markerel?"


A CLOSE CALL

"Now, John, James and Henry," said
the teacher, "last week I told you to find
out what the term 'pull' meant. flow
many of you can do it now?"
The hands of the three went up.
"Well. John?"
"It means getting into the fire depart-
ment."
"And James?"
"It's standing In with the aldermen."
"And Henry? You being the oldest, I
shall expect a longer and clearer explana-
tion from you. Just speak right up and
tell me what a 'pull' is."
"Well, mum, if your father was a merm-


Had two of his brothers appointed
Janitors.

r of the board of education-"
66yes."
Andhe had four danghters--"
'es."
.1 he got every one of 'em a job of
teac sg school at the highest salary, and
he had his two brothers appointed Jani-
tors, 4d te had one sister in the sewing
school I another doing the cooking, and
an uncle' f his furnished the coal, and
a nephew Neighed It. and his cousin fur-
niashed the Ice, and-"
"That wif~do, Henry. How dare you
talk like that to me! Do you mean to
Insinuate that because my father-_"
"No, mum. I means to Insinuate that
the Beef Trust Is not the only concern
trying its best to swallow the whole
United States." JOE KERR.


Beware: A go: BIf-bangi


"T. m rTVE CI.OTTInKE.
V Rrr" 1e~gh .well--Money talks o:d man.
Coi.,er DoI-w;e-lou seem to put all your money in your elothMug.


"Doctor. you are mistaken. I set that
fire myself. I was living In Chicago then.
i xas in lose with a girl. I went to her
house that night to poP the question. I
popped. She said yes. In my great joy
I grabbed her for a bug. In hugging her
I npaet a tallow candle on the parlor
table. The blaze leaped up and the hofse
was on Ere before we 'could do anything.
I rushed out to turn In an alarm, but the
girl, alas! was burned alive."


IND THE COWARD.


Two solders started out to fight;
But one of them took sudden flight:
Did hide himself from threatened harm.
For he loved not the war's alarm.


But be Is with his comrade bold,
Tho' plainly him you don't behold;
Yet if you'll look about with care
The coward you will flinadl somewhere.


"Well, son, T suppose you've seen everything on the farm?"
"Yes3ir, all but this here mortgage I heard you all talk' ashout.o


DISCOURAGING A LIAR.


*"One time when I was in Arizona." be-
gan the man with the lavender necktie,
but before he could get further the Bal-
timore drummer Interrupted him with:
"Were you ever in Arisona, sir?"
"One time when I was In Arsonua."
continued the other without paying any
heed to the inquiry, "I was Induced-"
"Excuse me, but were you Induced or
obliged r
"I was Induced to go on a bear bunt.
sir. We got away early, and after pro-
ceeding-"
"Early In the morning or at night"
"It was morning, of course. After we
had proceeded-"
"You say 'we.' Was there more than
one in the party?"
"There were several, sir, as you might
have learned later on. After we had pro-
ceeded about two miles we separated
and-"
"But why did you separate?"
"This is the fifth time you have Inter-
rupted me, sir. If you don't wat to
hear the story- "
"But I do. Too see, I have heard you
tell it about half a dosen times. You sep-
arated. While you were alone anad far
from help you encountered a grisly. You
fired and missed. The enraged animal
came for you, and i~ seemed as If nothing
on earth could prevent an awful trag-
edy, when--"
"When what?"


"When you snddeniy awoke to the ere
mtty of 3i rr I-onTduct, determined to quit
lijng and aaked me if I had a Bauk about


duneouatered


a grs'sly."


me? Yes. sir, I have. Biop yourself
give the grisly a chance to crawl lnto a
hole." JOE KERIL


G... GLI PARTEIL
The ftout I-ppop-otaus-I bear that your wife i a womal etf t b wM wewaf
The RHBreshed MeeUby-Quit yoer kiddiWg! .Qte ya MiddaWl


SHII BEAT STATISTICS.


SOLVED AT LAST.


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ther invsa.,.. OCEAN DISASTER.
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covery tha* HinWhii>1 Icr, Ala.. a -miaill
kA,-~ wn itt a ;.'' 41ix41(Pntir:l.4. 4'
of Mobile. thcrt, wert, a areat niany
caseps of tli.s dt azue fever.
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Porter. Pen-~af Xi. Fla.
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in Mobile. Wi: rhas !a;Ii: 11wo 11a

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TO ISp ,,,,)A4 I (i'. 4.411. f fro..,*.


Will Turn Over Acsets of- Bank.

W, 1", I~ftart ICT IT.-: ti(4tl ~iiiandi-
(':wt 1' IaiIr1 yearsI
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ENCOURAGING


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DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR


YELLOW_ FEVER

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

LEWIS' ANTI-MALARIA AND CHILL CURE
IT CURES TO STAY CURED.
Sold at all drug stores or at

LEWIS 8 CO., Wholesale Druggists, East Government Stre
PZ'LX lC:I Gm O C J J.,A4..'w


CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN I

It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your

H hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.

We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.

We can save you money on everything.



Saunders Mill Company

Offices 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
Factory North Palafox Street. Phone 1130.
oilhPlao


SDon't Gamble I


when it comes to insrrane.
Quit taking th r. k yourself.
Turn It over to us arj


Have a Good


Policy Written Up.

It's saf'r and costs but little.
If in doubt ask others w'io
k,'n:" an have had experlent~
Investigation will prove we ro
right. W, take 'ne riIsk an I
thta enls your worry. Insure
now. Delays are dangerous


McDAVID-HYER COMPANY,
AGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .PHONE 700.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


HUlm WsnFPermnaent.
"I a..,n~' I'm In a tet'rcprri~t,
eni~ll'~t .4.l44Ii %in'4flyou IPIefl if' 1910'p
-Oid~y a teminpo~rary embarrassment?
You're much ii lukier than I fim."-
Trnn.'dated l or Tales IFrom2 Flieqew'.e
Matter.


Tn Idlm'encs there Is perpytnal 4d-
i~pa ir.-Ca rI.y-le.


441;;-The Crane-% of lbirusi.
S- The wre~ll '4..stwry of thil eran
44. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I- *..ofIi.1"p one wil
1.14'toil of :t1i tti'..ing V441t0o0% a'

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s FRF: o eath.


CLEAR HA VANA


UNION MADE

AN IDEAL. SMOKE FOR . .. c


44RHTn S R


GENOVAR-MARTINEZ CO.,


Manufacturers, St. Augustine, Florida.

On Sale at WHITE'S Solomon's Old Stand.)


DONATIONS TO PIMPLES "MILKED IY"'IS
I tr aa! ', r tr lii w )f ', m d t
CLEANING UP' r' 4 o a : BIG INDEMNITY


Ito e .:nt nl. lta I Sta .Nr t ''i.
h *. Aftr . t -f am
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I Fr<:.' W.. n. 7-z F. m St., Newark. N. J.


Crop Surpasses In Yield and


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DIMNL X-AT C H IS -0, E WELY,
CIC K..)PRECIOUS sTONB i3 BR J. 4Z
STLRLING 5iLVER44-ARE.E
ABIT PI y-Iiqy. ODTIC:AL GO"IDD3,
CU T G L ASS'WARE.


nr and rine Stat"Onery.


Icrs Rcc..ivc Prompt Atte.ntioni.


Stearns' Electrico
Rat and Roach Paste
19 I? pi ranrr,- t ',, 1 '! e t t" .-' '.'r, tor- f
.vv ry tier*-.c of price. S os. box. 2 Stearr.s' Electric Paste Co.,
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i..4--. -':,* :^ ..-:**.* I! matter at all. It is simply a case
W ON where the public should be protected
SWHERE IT TO BEgainst fraud ust as individuals are


The PenTacnla Journal Is on
F- sal,- a' the folMowing places in
:*- :hl. ri'y"
-k, Bay Hotel.
Coe's Book Store.
t- Deoct News Stard.
-, Gem Book Storf-.
Mercharts Hotel.
4' Southern Hotcl.
Thompson's Book Store.
S Wagand Ice Cream Parlor.
SWagenheir's News Stand.
. Walker's Book Store.



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Imvelation-, ; i ha' sur'i con-
trib'..- '- v, : .-. *.: 'he use of
them is w4 :- e sF:eni
which :ortn;' i;.-, ,-' me:-(" in
this ma .i r'-;,'ins:,'.e for t'.e whoie
trob h:(
The ': "e'f s' 'd u' e ~- -
ed. I '7J')s'. '-
ei'-ber '-' ;' : :::,,i y
for '... "' "':" "
shou' : fi -' to to a.:: aon-
"eat "x ',' :-," .* ,'-.. w :bouT
having ', 'a a : ;ions < ti:her
the r oe' i a! ,'::, -< ;o n.--y t:i
the f.'-n: :' c r~u-;pi;t i find use,i to
cTef a zt ". ; :: :a.- '. u Lt
There, .- ,^ ia .;;an f.'raure in the


* protected from personal violence or
*-an:- other form of personal injury.
SLaws are made only as condlidons
y require them. In this case the con-li-
. tPnns long since- consti-uted sufficient
ground for some protective measure,


ely
by


clock, calendar or weather prediction
There are so few "wrong times" to
l adertise that they may be disregard-
ed.

"The prudent man may direct a state
.-but it is the enthusiast who regene-
rates it." Truer of business than of
t t* f* If Tn h uldinf of a suC P.


si ae-cra t. inLeu oing ol a
cesscul business, Prudence merely
hangs on to the coat-tail of Enthus-
iLsm.

"The aim, if reached or not, makes
rn at the life. Try to be Shakespeare
-leave the rest to fate." In advertis-
ing that store, try to be Wanamaker
-the rest is secure.


You might manage a horse without,
a bridle-but the horse is more likely;
o manage you. You might manage
tycur business without advertising-:
tut it is more likely to manage you.

If your business is the smallest in
it& line in the city-or next to thel
smallest-your need of publicity is as
great as your hopes of growth.
"All who would have money must
share it-for Prosperity was born a
twin." In any business, PUBLICITY
IS YOUR LICENSE TO PROSPER-
end of course a fee must be paid for
the license.



-> QUARANTINE PROBLEMS.
(Birmingham Age-Herald.) \
E*#*


and congress as well as the states The proposed Chattanooga conven-L
Ssh< 1ld 1s-e to it that such protectIon tion, to be held in November, will dis-
to popular rights is provided, cuss the quarantine problem, and pass
resolutions thereon. The shotgun has
NORWEGIAN LIFE. no more friends than the banana quar-
antine. The latter has no friends out-
f' Ut Varle. Somewhat From That *t Its Ce of Mobile, for New Orleans wants
Nelgthbor. Sweden. 'r.o more of it. The shotgun quaran-'
tine is a by-product of the banana
ohile the Swedish people are next- qarantine. and will disappear when
door neighbors to the Norwegians, the the latter is weeded out.
life in the two countries is very differ- A general quarantine law covering
ent. This is no doubt the result of the al' interstate and international health
er physical conditions in the two coun- 'ratters i', what is needed, and pub.ie
..- tr;e-the roeky frds and snow capped spentinmnt -:rongly favors such a law.
l.i!l" and te;al e-tuus torrents of the The C':" at"n'oi convention 0nn give
N> rNt:';n 4 o m3i-,.-'g a eonstait the m,'aove: .ni a handsome boost, and
r,' trr :-_'n. r m the p rt of nonnt n d,:1ub'! it *,:p (to .on. This alone
S r. tr h 'rn, w ,r, S ,wedn is w'l i-us:-!f. the colinu of t'h c wr.ven-
L'iaT.. i,.The --ovcrn irs of the i southern
ore f. ,t, te for nv'eultnral su esss. sa;s shol send to it men of con-'
S A -i ; th, Nnrw,-::. r:t.. 1 is. li, :... ,: ;:,. ri and its action
,. \* ,,*'; *..-' C; ;.l l h:ipy,;.. n 'will th:'s he of weight ;and value.
S r,-, ." *f her Nors aeest.rs o-:i, .:in i tr",y, xpr s-ed that
,: 't. i2'-:i, t) Ani:-i,-a or :h -, ;res, wr fit r epidlnic i 'he last
Li Brri' -h is',-. t!0;Yr'-;th si'he general- th t 1! '.c un ry will ,v .' k..x '.. This
Iv r t::n '(er !: ':i'e l-i nd. ', t;nfdoi ,,. iyv v,. ,; be so if :' iiarin'
r ..... ." '- ;: ,i,', '.1! i ."". "'* ro'w i-1!z n'," N sp)l< i :t s-r,.vic an.I l, 'e I z i:r- '.' .:'iv-
f-1 N r-, i n Whn a e' nme ":- h reafter entrn ;.-ld Wi-h
-. it. t exaininit o: the ear.,- o intr-;ate and inwrnat:on-
pis, he al heal h mat ers. It will not be so)
S : bi' -it' lpn t. 11 if the .a')anta ;s to dec,I,.
',,,:,-'".- t .0 n o,' )- appr, At ,r nt w have n "L'ixr r" quar-
*., .n" :- I gvn presents by hi errinoe x s-em. In the, last fi-al vopr
.:'. :-, 1 friends. l eri .'a North Carolina. New Jersey
.. ', i'''- x i n born n .ni d .,i tin and "he city of; Savannah
';-r i ,- .:i i'norq !ike n 'r:it:'-y pr'o-'u.-t iunili rV:timi hwenliter, '' the UniJ Sta;: 1u1t ii, r-,.' I.he is t1 '1- to b. h. b r.ly -E t disinfeclton anrd iw~ ve in.spec-
a.nd s;-, t R I B .:-eierallv tu'n- t ion stations along our li-ng coast line'
;'. c.," 'T- !o ; 'he s of his older l' tan in sta:e cr ro'al lhan ls nd
i, r Ah en ,is u;se knocks atl o.- gates the,
lr ,-,;!: i.-t s ial ,.r.. ,-nrire ,,st ce is -. s'roi'g 'r than:
The N .-',r. n women excel In em.- i;s wt,-:]st point T"i ,-e' of uni-
broid-rie-s. t;p. --try work and lace. and flcatiot, and hnrn onlies action is cvii-
, tb.lir hn!t k is b oir.ing po.;ila'tr id nt. ant. the ('hi t anwim .,n convention
:n * -'' ,Oiin.. thL. thtiro e.wn. ,he Si:ouL La boi!ly anl' mainly.


chLarnt!uw IIlaT'- Rutter work, Pa fashion -
Nv,. -~~inutr, i*'inl- frmt-nn b' 1 it:

'Iiota teu ~os tno f the peain
'I.- j~ant-:u ti (wat u Ti fi!seo-p'.l
of : cheI-~ ~ 'e in hr.'-; -

a '-e~i~: heputr-r o li --sIro -4


; ; ; S r ar shawl ; ovr ,
iL ,, i- ;,; otir''s black bonnets


Trylum nn Insanity Tevt.
A "-r'.ir -in L-l.s Mzgazlne, dis-
c"f4S71'.t the question, "W~l I 14tlusasne?"
MOW- 2 Of "viv':. i id. O&Ut -'"10 -ik-a lc
ihoe 1r".-Ahint-t.stiiuirot it' iLkre


were :'iN sure 'es iNs iy we.'-i t.o tell the
saue froum the I sanm. "I'[oa1, dine
with mni ten-orrow .t G o eI-,k." wA.ft
the answer of t!b) savant. Two oilher
guests were present, one of v-hlom was


, .-.;,i wi;th liuu'e. elegantly dressed and aliareutly high-
Ti *. ',-:.:n di:iner is not pref ly educated, while the other was rather
e,-! 't n ip: r.er. us is that of the uncouth, nisy and extremely conceit-
SI,.-. ,;ut :,-, ial dishes- are senit- et'. After dinner the pu;'il rose to take
tel <,. : r !l., t: iind the guests par- leave, and as he shook hands with his
t:k, if thiNi: wlu they pletise. Nor- l teacher he remarked: "The problem Is
we.iatn coiery ihas an ludividualitv very simple after all. The quiet, well
<,uni, a.pnrt fr-mrn the Swedish. The dressed gentleman Is certainly distln-
Nr-wePc:ns are a hardy race. and their guished in some lines, but the other is
women are know for their capable as certainly a lunatic and ought at
qualities. once to be locked up." "You are wrong,
my friend." replied Esquirol, with a
smile. "That quiet, well dressed man
The Journal Printed fD I. who talks so rationally has for lears
ing August, 1905, a bored under the delusion that he is
g t 9 5, od the Father, whereas the other
Total of I man, whose exuberance and self con-
ceit have surprised you, is M. Honore
-1 27 dJ d ode Balzac, the greate-t French writer
of t heday."
27.,,,


COPIES
or an average

':, V71E3


DAILY


:.e Mfo-owtnz figuires show The P(en'
la cirua'tinlonnfor (eachi
blaN nri Cfl ont Ii Cf Autgust. I;


v.'.h 1 i, e aie -. -az


aily:
August 1 4.350 August 16 4.800
August 2 4.400 August 17 4,800
August 3 4.335 August 18 4,800
August 4 4.400 August 19 4,100j
August 5 4.350 August 20 5.250
August 6 5,000 August 21
August 7 ..... August 22, 4,oo00
Augu 8ugust 23 4004
August 9 4.500 August 24 4,650,
August 10 4.500 August 25 4,800
August 11 4,625 August 26 4,800
August 12 4.625 August 27 5.200
August 13 5.000 August 28
August 14 ..... August 29 4,800
4,600 A5 4.600 August 30 4800
August 31 5,000
Total for the month..... .127,335
Average per day.. ...... 4,716
I hereby cer:If tha;: he above state-
mt-n't i correct according to the rec-
crds on file tn ths off'"e.
FRED A. SWWTr.
Circulation Mgr.
Swor-n to anl subCs- riaet before me
this 1st day of Aus"..t. 1905.
: J. P. STOKES.
i Notary Public.


PqItrrel Bid the uts..
In the North woods one season there
were two parties camping a little dis-
at. ke nrt On nqtv oriM d t


*


SJournalism and


WHELAW The New
"MID.
AmbasMdor to
.n Britin iplo acy

*r'


HERE can be no doubt that journalism has come to be the
moot powerful of all professions in civilization. I am not
So sire that in its instant influence for good or evil it is
not more powerful THAN ALL OTHER PROFES.
SIONS COMBINED.
Whatever tendency there may be toward greater candor and open-
ness in the conduct of international intercourse today is largely due
to the part played by honest, serious AND RESPONSIBLE jour-
nalism in effacing unnecessary differences and unjust prejudices which
once served to prevent a good and friendly understanding between
the widely separated peoples of the earth. By presenting the daily
life and thinking the daily thought of the world sincere and intelli-
gent journalism has impresseed upon the mind of mankind a realizing
aense of the identity of human purpose everywhere, of the likeness of
all organized communities, of the horror AND WASTEFULNESS
of war, and so it has served to clear the way for future peace and or-
derly progress.
Of course I am not speaking of that part of the newspaper press
which strains for catchpenny success and circulation by ANY means,
worthy or unworthy. I do not include in what I say newspapers
which, so to speak, "dash blood in the face of the public" in order to
produce excitement and gain readers at the risk of the public peace
and welfare. Fortunately such journals have no deep or lasting influ-
ence upon public opinion in a country like this. They may ripple the
surface of things, but as a rule they cannot disturb the great tidal
movements of national thought. It is trAe that newspapers have
played upon the national prejudices and that we have known the time
when they produced war. But on the whole it is the journalism which
is guided solely by definite moral considerations and which reflects the
SOBER SECOND THOUGHT, the justice and common sense of
the country, which prevails in the end.
Looking back over the long period of my own active service in
journalism, I can say without hesitation that disinterested patriotism
and moral principles are more than ever guiding the work of the great
newspapers which are reccgnizcd as the responsible daily agencies of
public opinion in thie great nations which we are accustomed to regard
as bel,-ngirg to our own group or family. It is a fact beyond dispute
thlit the utterances of the really great and powerful newspapers of
America are inspired by men who bring to their examination of public
quttions THIE HIGHEST ETHICAL PURPOSE and a careful
and coirna'eous desire to serve the public welfare. Such men mav
make mistakes, but it is seldom due to intention, but rather to misinn-


formation.
THEY SERVE THE TRUTH AS THEY SEE IT. TRUTH 18 A
GREAT FACTOR IN PEACE AND PROGRESS.
There is no great secret about the foreign policy of the United
States. Secretary Hay was well within the facts when he said that our
policy in international matters was chiefly the Golden Rule and the
Monroe doctrine. I have ventured to complete the illustration by
adding the Dix doctrine, "If an,- man attempts to pull down the
American flag, shoot him on the spot," because the American people
will never permit their representatives to keep or regain even so price-
less a boon as peace AT TIlE PRICE OF INJUSTICE. Our -ov-


ernmncrt hns always meant to be frank, direct and just in its dealings
with other nations.
IF THERE IS A NEW DIPLOMACY AS DISTINGUISHED FROM
THE OLD IT IS LARGELY DUE TO THE INFLUENCE OF JOURNAL-
ISM UPON THE PUBLIC MIND, WHICH HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE
FOR GOVERNMENTS TO TAKE THE PEOPLE INTO THEIR CONFI-
DENCE DURING THE PENDENCY OF OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL
NEGOTIATION.


THE TRANSMISSION OF


YELLOW FE VER AND


HOW TO NURSE


IT


At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society. held August 12, 1905,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibili-
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever
prophylaxis and a statement, of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease.
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub-
lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows:


ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE.


...the woods. ba. filled with fil rts, 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease
the woods a bag filled with filberts, which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
almonds and other nuts. He hung the agency of mosquitoes: and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg-
b::g up where he thought it would be omyia Fasciata. which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New
safe and the next day visited my friend Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
and his associates in the other camp, 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood
being absent from his own camp two I of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after-
or three days. When he returned my 1 wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence t!e
friend went tack with him and on the importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began.
way was told of the treat in store for 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis-
him in the shape of nuts. Upon reach- ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed
ing the camp, however, a hole was after biting the yellow fever patient. Thii period of incubation in the mos-
found in the top of the bag and every quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the
nut gone. It was supposed the squir- body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary
rels had carried them off to their glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900,
homes in the woods, and nothing more that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months,
was thought of it till the next day, to eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season.
when my friend went to put on a pair 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the perIod
of rubber boots hanging up in another above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the
pert of the cam% and In these boots entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the
were all the nuts nicely stored away by insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
the squirrels for winter use. yellow fever with a Stegomyla fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another
the squirrels or winter use. 101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasciata in Havana
A Methematle l Imconea.-t. can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says
How I sthis, from an expert I Dupree. it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
countant: the pupa case. it was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-
10con- 10-omyia must be impregnated before they will bite: (2) that the female, after
10- 10-0 biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or
seven days have elapsed but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiana
By axiom 1 things equal to the same that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
thing are equal to each other; hence and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and. like
1O-10 equals 100-100. Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
Divide each side of the equation by 5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bite
10-10, and the result sl 1 equals 10. of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop la
Figures will lie, even women's.-New the human subject, (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
York Press. United States Army Yellow 1Fever Commission found that in thirteen caaca


bte


Duties of the Trlaned Nurse.


NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON-
SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS

1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,
earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way
therein.
2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar.
dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct-
ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of
the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is as
non-immune) and the-protection of the family and the entire household of
the patient, (especially if these are not immunes) largely, it not entirely,
depends.
3. Every nurse must bear In mind that the most malignant yellow fever
patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible
non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there.
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick
room. and provided the Innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
luring the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
5. The mission of a trained nurse !: not satisfactorily accomplished If a
patient. suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected wth yellow
"over. who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito,
even if iho fever is proven not to he yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoying
and harmful even if not. infertwve to the patient, anil i- must be looked upo=
as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless sie
has made herself thoroughly familiar with ih- weapons which science and
experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infectet patients and
hose persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
from the infected.
7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
handle in protecting her patients are:
(A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In His Bed.
1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
passage of mosquitoes.
2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
patient's body Is in contr"t with the netting.
3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no torm
places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging inside.
The n'tting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from
entering.
Z. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed Int
side. not merely driven or shaken out.
G. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physicianV
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This Is par-
t:eilarly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially In infants and
* hi'dren in locaiiii.cs liable to infection with yeo'ow frver. The disease man.
ifot-s itself in o-ich a mild form in infantile tand early childhood, that it is
.:kply to Oesape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the svmp'.
toms the usuial !;vecautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
spread the disease without molestation. The minll or unrecognized cases are,
ior this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
(B) Screens.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside
of hospitals, wire scre-ens are not usually available and provisional screens
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
secuird to tll-n openings of the sick room.
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrnm (Insect powder) to destroy
possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
Suipbu:- hurried in an iron pot is the surest way, and if used In proper quantity
will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room is sUifi-
cient if the room be closed: more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,000
cubic feet' of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and one pound of
insect powder to 13.(00 cubic feet will sutifie to stupify the mosquitoes. The
rnosqiuitocs. wil! fall to the floor and should )e collected and burnt. Two
ours' fumigation wi;h sulphur is quire sif.icie(nt in ordinary cases. *'tne
fImes of s.;iphur will not remain long, and ho osehold Ammn'nia sprinkle
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
The fumigation should be d)ne in the morning, so that the room will be
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the one
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared fcr
'he reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disi.
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as screening.
is now conducted by the Health Authroities, immediately after notification sy
the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when de;ay In obtain.
ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
Additional precautions in sulphur fumica'ion, recommended by the Health
Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the present
epidemic:
Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver and gilt
from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic nature,
which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objects tightly
with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thorb
oughly shaking. Open all drawer.4 andl doors of furniture and closets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all
openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows ant
doors.
Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
.hem with a paste made of flour.
The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet preferred, and
this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about
an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be taken to
guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set fire to
the house.
The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lighting it.
The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
and well ventilated.
NOTF,--To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to ad the amount
of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 5UG,
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
Take. for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1.500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and ~e
will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.


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!of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it variety
From forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
6. From the above, we gather that it an ailtr Stegomyia Fasciata bites
a yelow fever patient within the first three days of the disease. It will have
to incubate the poison in its b ~-ov f:om twelve t eighteen days (incubation
period in the mosquito): then. if it bites a ,..r -.-ible person at the expinr-
tion of this time, two to five days must la:;.e for -he disease to manifest it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore. inestimat.:-'. the probable spread of
yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his enviroi.
Sent, a period of at least twenty six days mus: be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures. directed towards the des-
truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite %
susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
i days. which is the time given by the heakh authorities of New Orleana in the
Present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case
after its first appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegomyia Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
that the poison is incubating in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma;
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite !s innocuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to :he bitten person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (i. e. articles
or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedling
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in.
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, l1t1


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POINTS OF



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FALSE REPORTS CONDEMM E

BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


1.it 1 t W1r fl Co 1 coulter icommunalttion and a numb
S 1 P, or special news items of a high
I sensational character sent out fro
i u WftR d amI Pensacola, a resolution was adopt
I providing for the appointment of
CUy lorl w uS of aIuEI. committee to draft a set of resolutlo
condemning all such communication
and to express the confidence of t
THE RtELIEF FUND DISCUSSED organization in the course being pt
;sued by the State and City health a
AND MEAns POR INCREASING thorities in their Joint efforts to e
terminate yellow fever in Pensaools
IT SUGGEStl D-4F FEVER CON- The following committee was a
TINUES, AAMIUNT SUBSCRIBED pointed to-wit: Messrs. W. K. Hyv
Jr., H. H. Thornton, S. Pasco. Jr., a
WILL SE INADEQUATE TO MEET Secretary W. C. Jones.
The Relief Fund.
OEMANM, The matter of funds which will
required to provide nurses, medicine
A special meeting of the Chamber and other necessaries for yellow fev
of Cnmmeree was held at 12 o'clock sufferers until the disease has bec
nooam yesterday, Vice President Prauk I tamped out, wae discussed at lengt
1L May., presiding and a good attead- I Chairman Hyer, of the executive cot
ance of members present. Imittee of the general relief commit
The object of the meeting was stated that about ;5.400 had been su
heated to be to take some acuon in, scribed to the fund being raised
the matter of newspaper reports and i the relief committee; that about $11
special communications regarding theiof this amount had already been e
31llow fever situation, which are be- ended by the committee; that t
ing published under a Pensacola date nurse bill of the committee would u
line by the press throughout the coun- der present conditions consume abo
try; and particularly in the matter of $100 per day of this fund, in additi<
a oomualcatlion appearing in the to other calls upon the fund; that n
Atlanta Journal of September 22 over less a very marked improvement unp
the name of "H. H. Boulter, MD., DD. present conditions took place soon tU
-.." of this city. residue of the fund would only b
Committee Appelnite. sufficient to carry on the work of th
After a lengthy disssion of the committee for a few weeks longer.
__,_ It was clearly the setanment of th
.- committee that subscriptions tro
&OFT, OLO-Y HAIR. outside communities would not be
limited, but it was stated that there ar
ft Can Only Be Had Where There is a large number of tirms, on-reslden
No Dandru". 'of Pensacola, who do a large volume
Any man or woman who wants soft of business here through agents an
glossy hair must be free of dandruff, branch offces from wilch subscrl
which causes falling hair. SBnce It tions would be acceptable.
ha become kaown that dandruff to a The following resolutions were pr
cTrm disease, the old hair prepara- pared by the committee named above
tions that were mostly sealp rrita- The Reeelutions.
stations. have been abandoned, and Whereas, Numerous misleading r
t'e public, barbers and doctors inelad- ports, unwarranted by facts har
ed, have takes to using Newbro's been sent out from Pensacola, to th
lerpicide. the only hair preparation press of the country, by special co
that kills the dandruff germ. E. respo clients and in voluntary con
Oodd. Dickinson, N. D.. says: "Her. munIcations, relative to the yello'
picide not only cleanses the scalp fever situation in this city, and ef
from dandruff and prevents the hair pecially through a communication
falling out, but k promotes a new signed by one H. H. Boulter, pul
growth. Herplcide keeps my hair lhebed in the Atlanta Journal, of Se]
ve-ry tlory. For sale by W. A. DIA'- tember 22nd., instant; and,
emberte. druggist and apothecary, 121 Whereas, In the said reports an
South Palafox, St., or send 1kc in communications it has been represent
stamps for sample to The Herpicide ed, either directly or by insinuatio
Co., Detroit, Mich. that the most representative citizens





YOU DON'T NEED THEM!
I || sag:


MOSQUITOES AND


YELLOW FEVER!


MAKE A DETERMINED ATTACK ON THEM!


LET US SE YOU NERE AMMElON, SUCI AS


SULPHUR,


SULPHUR CANDLES,


SULPHUR POWDER, FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS.


W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,


NUST AN APOSTMIY,


Phone 109.


121 AM PSAW STIRT.


OLD CEMETERY


THOROUGHLY


CLEANED


St Michal's Byiag mind Put
In Cleanest Condition In Mem-


ory of Oldest Inhabitant. i Laundry.
The old portion of St. Michael's 37 E. Garden t. Phone 114.
cemetery, which has for so long, oeon Peneacola, Fla.
neglected and overgrown with und(r-
brush has at last been cleaned up.
The city has undertaken the work
and made a very good job of it in-
deed.
Every person who has ever visited,
that part of the cemetery, which was
picturesque ia its abandonment, has W IN i
some idea of how badly the work was
needed. The place had not been lSSELS
cleaned In many years; in fact, the
oldest resident probably does not re-
member the time when the cemetery
bad such a cleaning up and it is in-
deed welcome for many reasons.
The work hag been so well done by
the city gang that it is an easy mat-
ter to look through from Alcanix O U
street to Luke's Ailey, a matter hereto-
fore impossible.
That portion of the land situated
just south of the cemetery whih was Disturbance is Central in Gulf
a veritable jungle, has also been'
cleaned, and this means the destrue- South of Louisiana Though
tion of possibly the worst mosquito
breeding place within the limits of Eact Location Not
the city of Pensacola.
This work has cost the city a pile Knmn


of ftoney, but every one
)er saying that it was money
ily The dty authorities so
im fully realized long since
ed ance of destroying all stu
a harbors and it is by this
ns the mosquitoes will be e
ns from the city.



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will Join in WM....
well spent. -
wem to nave Weather Observer Reed, of the Pen-
the import-, sacola bureau, last night received the
ich mosquito following advisory warning from the
method that Washington office:
exterminated "Advisory 9:30 p. m. Disturbance
apparently central 4n gulf south of
Louisiana. Advise caution to all ves-
sels ailing for gulf waters. Further
fANK advice in the morning; exact location
and direction of movement not now
RANKl l:known.


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0. M. PRYOR MAY

ERECI O FAC IuR

18 IN NASHVILLE LOOKING I-OR


THE SHWRT.


ish steamer Trident, which has about I
completed loading called at the bargec
office yesterday morning and for some
time the air was rendolent with all
sorts of language aimed at the rule
issued a day or so ago by Health offl-
rer Porter. Captain Eunis, alter thti
conference, had the following to say.
upon the subject of quarantines:
The Captain Talks.
"This thing is an outrage," said the
generally good natured captain, "eud
for the life of me I cannot see why
such an absurd order was issued. If
that rule holds good it will be Impos-
sible for us to transact necessary busl-.
ness at the port and it virtually bottles
us up in the harbor.
"I have had some experience with
American quarantines in the past, one
of the most notable being a trip I
made from Alexandria, Egypt, to New
Orleans. Although I did not come
from an infected port the authorities
made me lay off 40 feet from the
wharf to discharge cargo, after they
had pumped sulphur all through the
cargo. There was not a case of sick-
ness on board, but it is a wonder
some did not develop. Why, when
we first came In It was impossible to
get anything to eat and my wife and
children didn't get a bte from toe
time we reached quarantine oe one nlgh
until about noon the next day, when
I succeed d in getting a bu. ket of


-SITE FOR 81I FURNITURE milk.
e aW aitat t Eleven Miu ITU "Sixteen policemen guarded the v s-
b- Ws Capitalized at Eleen M million MANUFACTURING PLANT. sel all of the time and they trieJ to
by make me pay for It at that.
00 Dollars and Had Been Doing "PenTacoa pretty bad, hut, a
x h things considered, is not a marker to
he BusinessSince 1888. The Nahille American says: An- fo-lish regulations when comiaredJ
ir, other large furniture manuticturng u .ith New Orleans.
ut Kansas COty, Kas., Sept. 25.-The company will probably be estabishua .
on City State Bank, WHey 0. Cox presi- in this city in the near future. When doctors fall, try Burdock
n- dent, failed to open today and an an- O..M. Pryor, a prominent merchnL Blood Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, con-
. nouncement was posted which sal. of Pensacolk, Fla., s h the city pros- stipation; invigoratee the whole sys-
be that the institution had gone into vol- pecting for himself an other mer- tm.
e untary liquidation. The bank was chants from his State for the purpose
e started in 1888 with a capital of $200,- of securing a suitable location fur toe
000.00. Tlr- notice gave the informa-company. Memphis ad several otherS AND DOINGS
e tion that checks on it would be pal' cities are said to 'be in line for tht
m through the Fidelity Trust Co. of this company s home, and Memphis is said vF I
0 city. This bank was capitalized at to have offered inducements to the Of LIVL DUt iUNIAK
re eleven million dollars and was consid- prospectors, but it is probable better
ts ered one of the strongest institutions inducements will be offered by this
le in the southwest, city.A RNA OCTOR HAS TRY
id The company is to be capitalized at CALIFORNIA JOCTOR HAS TRY-
p. about $100,000 and will be formed by ING EXPERIENCE WITH FEV-
A PAIOWFITON local and Florida men. The principal
e- P stockholders, however, will be reia- ER QUARANTINES
: FI' ING PART dents of Pensacola.
Si iNG PARTY While the exact product which will
e- be manufactured by th.e company has Special t The Journal.
e not yet been determined upon, it is, pec'i to The Journ l.
e Powelton, Sept. 26.--aturday last thought chairs vill be the principal DeFuniak Springs, -ept. 26-Mr. and
r- a crowd of young people from here article. i Mrs. A. I. Beach have issued invita-
- spent a very pleasant day fishing, In addition to the manufacturingI tons to the twenty-fifth wedding annl-
w hunting and picnicing in general at concern, a large retail store will be versary of their marriage, which they
s- Beck's Lake, Escambia river. Among established by the same stockholders will celebrate in a delightful way on
n those in the party were Misses Mary for the sale of their product. Tais the evening of Saturday, the 30th of
b- Wilson, Sabia Hardy, Mary and Lena store will be placed inthe same city September, at 8 o'clock at their home
Mullins, Florence Thatcher, and with the factory. Or Live Oak avenue.
SMessrs. Wilson, Cooper, Sharit, Mul- Mr. Pryor has already inspected a Methodist churcleh was charmingly en-
d lis andThompson. large portion of the city, but will re- Methodist church was charmingly en-
t- Abut 2:30 p. inm. a tempting lunch, main for several more days to see wnat tertained Monday afternoon by Mrs.
n composed of freshly caught fish, eqadr- inducements this city has to offer. He A. V. Beville and Mis Gary Bevlle.
rels, chicken, cake and coffee, In fact is much pleased with Nashville and Tt Mr. and Ars. W. L. Cawthon and
S, cverythling that the most fastidious seems probable that the company wd little ons, Davis and Landrum, spent
taste could desire, was served' in abun- locate here. One large building which Monday and Tues!ay at Morrison
dance by the fair sex of the party. Is in course of erection, is being con- Spring.
At 5:30 all left the scene of the day's slnodered as location for the retal -I Mrs M. Manning had as her guest
merriment for home, putting this down store. 'lost Friday Miss Dell Williamson, of
as one of the pleasantest days ever Mr. Pryor has been in the furniture I Laurel Hill. M ss Wiliamson was a
spent and promising themselves many business In Pensacola for some Lim, graduate of the Normal here last year,
other similar fishing trips before Jack and it is said that all of the men and the board of public Instruction has
Frost makes hi appearances been who are backing the scheme in that appointed her one of the teachers In
Mrs. Cunningham, who has beenient money to mak the Laurel Hill school, which position
spending several weeks with her moth- the factory and retail store suc- she has held for several years.
er, and enjoying the novelties of camp the factory and retail store a uc Rev. C. B. Pilley. of Geneva. Ala.,
ife, left Tuesday (or her home in will assist th, Roev. Mr Ci-,rr, *-
Pensacola. series of meetings at the M. &1 church
Mrs. G. B. McGill, of Pensacola, af- AT THE PARSONAGE. south next wQk, beginning on .oa-
ter spending the required fifteen clays day.
outside of the city cordon is now visit- Coffee Runs Riot No Longer. Prof. Henry Rogers is superinte.
ing Misses Lena and Mary Mullins. ing a general cleaning up of the scho
The many friends of little Miss Mat- "Wife and I had a serious time of it houses and grounoA, getting ready for
tie Wilson, who has been ill for sever- while we were coffee drinkers. the opening of the schools Monday
a. days will be pleased to know that "She had gastritis, headaches, belch- next.
she is now fast Improving. ing and would have periods of sickness Miss Jennie A. Morrison of (Pensaco-
Mr. Olie Jennings, of Gonzales, was while I secure' a daily headache that las, is in the city, the guest of her
a pleasant caller in our little town became chronic, brother, Mr. M. M. Morrison. Misq
Sunday. "We naturally sought relief by drugs Morrison's sister, Miss Kate Morrison.
Mr. Corrie Mullins, of Musoogee, and without avail, for it is now plain is still in Pensacola, but is expected
spent last week with his aunt, Mrs. J. enough that no drug will cure the dis- here in a few days.
H. Mullins. eases another drug. coffee. sets up par- Dr. D. 0. MoLean, of California, is
Our little neighborhood is quite ticularly, so long as the drug which again in the city. The doctor is hay-
thickly settled now with refugee. from causes the trouble is continued. Ing a rather trying experience with
the fever. Every olo' house and stray "Finally we thought we would try the quarantine regulations and the fey-
barn has been utilized into a dwelling leaving off coffee and use Postum. I er situation. The fever broke out in
and tents are stretched around in most noticeed that my headache disappeared New Orleans after he left bome in
any direction you care to look. How-, like11 magic an-a' my old tremblyy" ner- July and on his arrival at Flomaton a
ever, they are very welcome, as all so. :ousness left. One day wife said, "Do few days afterward he found that he
far have proved themselves congenial you know my gastritis has gone?" oould not enter Florida for ten cays.
Neighbors. "One can hardly realize what Pos- Not caring to stay at Flomaton all that ',
tutm has done for us. time he went to Columbus, Ga. After
"Then we began to talk to others. serving the required time there, he
and the business element of Pensacola Wtfe's father and mother were both -eached this place by way of Anda- 4
are opposing the measures adopted by coffee drinkers and sufferers. Their husia, Ala., and Crestview. He was in
the State and City health authorities headaches left entirely a short time at Pensacola on his way home when the
to control the spread of yellow fever, ter they changed the old coffee for Poe- fever was announced there, and was
be it tum. I began to enquire among my one of the refugees to this county. At
Resolved, That The Chamber of !arishioners and found to my aston- this time the doctor thinks it very
Commerce of Pensacola, condemns Ishment that numbers of them use probable e that he will have to remain
these false reports and commuanica- Petum in place of coffee. Many of here until frost.
tions, endorses all measures adopted the ministers who have visited our
by the State and City health a&taut- paMsonage have become enthusiastic Takes the burn out; heals the wonud;
ties in their fight to stamp out yellow champions of Postum." Name given cures the pain. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrte
fever in Pensacola, ani pledges its by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Oil, the household remedy.
hearty support to said health auihori- There's a Reson.
ties in any capacity that it may serve Rea's the little book. "The Road to Low rates at Southern Hotel trr
them. Wellville" in each pkg. rooms and board.


CAPTAINS KICK


AGAINST


ORDER


Many Protests Entered Against
Regulation Forbidding Masters
to Come Ashore in Pen-
sacola.

Many kicks were registered yester-
day by masters of vessels in Lho$
harbor against what they term the un-!
Just regulation of the state board of
health relative to prohibiting captains!
of vessels from coming ashore fa.xher
than the barge office. A delegation'
headed by Captain Ennis, of the Brt-it


LFrvAARD WKINHEL...... Ma lti
For more than fifty yemrs NDfry's Pare Mialt Whislkey has ben pr .'ibeda
doctors and u~eti- in over two t jonrardl ading ho-puals as t: rrufL- t lt.n i-BtiUulai.I
and healh.builder known to medical! w- ence. It isl iiorn.ed uy the chvrgy and profte-
sional nurses and recommended by all scIhools of mer icine asa positive cnre lor pneu-
monia, consumption, grip, dysper-a, in'xRestion, nervous pr(etrat:on, ail disease of
tli throat and uns, an everry form of stomach tro,,ubl, nalaria. chills. fever. and C'
run-down, weakened conditiozis of the mind and body. it is a heart tonic, bluod paui-
fier and promoter of health and long life;
makestheold young, and keeps the youn-
strong. Duffy's Pure Maslt hiakev con- 7
tains no fnel oil ndl it is t ie only ;y ",sS,
recognized b; the Govern m u iitasamcuici::e.
There is but one Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey. Insim t on having t!:e gsen.-
uaei amd refuse cheap substitutes and
Imitations, which are placed e the
market for profit only sad wbkhich are
positively harmful to beth body and
brain. Look for the trade-mark, the
Old Chemist," on the label, and be
sure the sel on the bottle is unbroken.
Sold In sealed bottles only; never la
bulk.
All reliabledr istsand grocers, or direct. $1t a bottle. Advice and medical
booklet free. Duty Malt Whiskey Co., Rochtster. N. Y.


EUGENE ARBONA. DISTRIBUTOR. PENSACOLA. FLA.


mPNrONE f


NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,


L W. LA06MNCC, Peepehot.


ma,8 West &*massa &L. Pemoasesa, fa.


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No. $603.
H. L. COVIN3T3N. President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
r 'v !.A -A Viue-Prerid-nt. jN? ?'- F C t r

THE AMERICAN NAT!NAL B X
OFF PEN3.O-A. FLA.


DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF
Capital Stock, $"O,0.0X Su
X~'t-..'-t- A'-. a .


Henr, L. Coviut~gon,
J AE. P~e~tfer
Bri an )unwody,
Frxnk leilly,
W. a. Rosas~o,
T. F. VM.Gonrln.
le'. IL RPawner,
C. W. Limar.
J1. R. Sau-nde's.


UNITED 3 r.;S
Irp! u 3, S4 ) j JJ


Dr. W. J3 ~sni'tsj
McKenzio, OLrti*4.g
Alex MeGowln,
C M Co.?Ingtou.


S Acounts of Eanks. Indivtduas, Corporations, and Firn Soiltel d
PFur per cent intareat paid on Time Deposits.
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WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.


W. K. I IY j R.,.W V P ro a nd Cashlj?
W. N. ROB3ERTS. Ass. Cawaier.


First National Bank
Of Pensacol, Fla,

DIRECTORS# F. C. Brent, W. A. Bbunt, Wm. H. Knowle,i
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.

Foreign and Domestic F-xchange Bought a' Sold.


We draw our own Bills of Ex-
change on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European oountrles.


Vessels disbursed upon the moot
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gations taken payaple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Veo
eel Arrives there


Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with w.ii.i we
have a Private Department for tiie use ;: ernters.

8 ; ngs Department -Interest Paid on Deposelfh at


rate of 4 per cent per annum.


L HlLTt.N GRGKN. uBasamsm. T A. % LL9S, V cS Passlaiair
IM. JACIsHXLL, *AJ a MANSTI i.0L MOSteM J. r ?CAsSIU
Citizens National Bank,
o. )enlae. S. rFl.rt .&
Geo W Wright, MorMeadesf. T. 9. ".-et l
Rix z noTU'so L. nt.eo r .i
A .ENtR'.L B1NKA G BUSINESS TRANSACTED.


J. S. REESE. President. W. MENEYEE. Cashier.
R. M. CARY. Vice-President.
: THt Pte'L'bi BA iANK ur etr I5A JL-.
Directors-L, J. R-eves, J. &. Reese W. DeC. Keasls.r R. M. Cary,
* W. A. O'Alemberte t. A. Jennings.
* TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
3 YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULL' SOLICITED



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Steam. Domestic. Anthracite

O8ee--No. 8 oISe fMa0x street. Teleponm 9 S.
Taroe u ma avGssales trees., Phone. t


NERVOUS PROSTRATION
LasMaId WeMFalase Wh. WaM About to Collapse From Nervewn
Pr9o% rtie, s Drght Back to Complete Health andSt
in Three Mehths by Duf"'s Pore Malt Whiskey.
I" mevinfet sowel aIbevedoI
began its mse, and I rec-mmewdUse
the greatest tonick bin the worML
"I tried many different remedies In the
effort to build up may system which had be.
.ome nervous and ruduwn from overwork,
worry, es. of proper rest and un.
hour% but nothing s ,end to heip me,
began to take Dtffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
One bottle of your t-ucine almost curea
me, and in three mlnnlu I was a bealthyr,
strong man. R'ily I hare never felt
strongand well es I have sine I b"han e
O-.. cheerfully3 :w-t",mmend Duffy' Pm
Ma lt Whiskey as the best health-builder
and tnnl''nlan1 t in the world."- Law.
AnD WzX1aX 1. S. 3d St. Loui Mo.

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BILT UP HER HEALTH

PEEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE
1 Is Ml r.' We&1 by Lydia X. Pink.
-M'e Ver-ta.-. CoAmpound, ad I
WMte Ora'4f-, .y to Mrs. Pinkbwm.


For the wond rf* !,'ihp that she has
ft"d Kiss t Avenue, C li"'a '. I, believes it h.r
&Ktt to wrote tl,r f *j'owir', letter for
ui cA'*1 u in order that o- her women
* cted min the same way may be


lsefted as she was. Miss Goode is
edent of the Bryn Mawr Lawa
TI s Club of Chicago. She writes:
oear MrU Piakhmm:-
I triad many diffent watneim o try t
tAi up my snt7m,. which had become run
sWm trim lon fat p WAet Mad unres-o
Ma but nothing iwn, edt elh inm&
Js a g advocate of Lydia K. Pink-
l Ve e Co mund for finale tio--
gL havlh g ued it b some ye an
MtM rist Mmm. So I begW to tamit,
a th a amor.th I was able to be out
eMdMut at door. aad in threem onth
W tf wy etl. Really I have awerw f
SMmen = weBal I havsinc."
meotber medicine has such a record
ienseof female troubles a has Lydia
i Pnlkha 's Vegetable Compound.
Wemen who are troubled with pain-
S or ftrrgular menstruation, beak-
604**6 bia (or fataenoe). leioor-
aa, falling iflammation or uloerer
Ibis of the uterus. ovarian troubles.
I*tatme icdii tion. nervous prostrea
-0 or 1- bmtes. should take imune-
f Maetu to ward off thie erions cor-
a amdes. A be restored toperfect
health and strength by taking LydiaL
ekh-l--s Veletable Cmmomoud
SPkham invites all sick wom
towuite her for advice. She hasguided
tbhomsss to health. Her experience
- very great. and she gives the heefit
of it to all who stand in need of wise
imasel. Address Lynm. Mass.

UWMVERSITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORID&t
mbrmcing the following sub)eots:
L Larguale and literature-4 tour.
yar course leading to the degree of
I5ahelor of Arts, Greek is not re-.
. but is offered as an elective
ongbout lthe course.
ti. General cience-Divided tnto
thee course. 1. Chemical course;
Uwt%emauicsl course; Natural History
namse. No Greek and only entrance
1ntl is requir-d in these courses. All
jmur-year course%.
III. AriciJUtre-Fou,"-year and two.
year courses.
IV. Engine :.ng-Flour-year course
a Mechanical. Civil aad E!ectric-al
UArineeering. also a two-year course
to Mecheales. No Latin or Greek to
required in III or IV The full course
sader II.. II1. and IV. lead to the de-
gree of Bacheor af S aWrMse to a Certlficaie of Proficiene.y.
V. Pharmacy-A full two-. ear course
inI be begur in S.ptember. 190o;.
VI. Normal-Tlhree c(4il-seO5 for
teac1hrs A en- 1 1r course leading to
a cttlflicale. A ;tre,-year co.-rse lead-
ing to an L I ;;Omlia; A four-year
course leiirdn- to _.e degree of Bache.
lorw o. Pvairc:y
Am ampl c'-p of competent teach.
OTM. A big; :' :i:n-1nxponses in-
Iacluding board. $ 201 to $1;' per year
Fall ternrm p)en S ;,tmber 2~ 195
Sena' for Canieioeu
ANDRTEW IF.DD, P:esldenL
Lake Ctiy. Fi,rda.


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Is E RE


PEOPLE AND EVENTS


I een Heard and Done Among hose Who Go, Come
md Tarry WVoman and Society, Iere and Elsewhere


THE PHANTOM HOST. her parents. She will be aecom-
(War gongs of The Confederacy, Pg panied by her sister, Miss Lois Houl-
1(15.) ette, who has ben visiting her for:
My form %as wrapped in slumber several months.
Which steals from the heart Its
cares. Mrs. Fred. 0. Howe and Miss uelle
For my life was weary Whiting have deferred their depart-
V With ite barren waste of years. ure for New York until Saturday.
But my soul, with rapid pinions, '


Don't Let


Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,

but get the best of it. Supply yourself with
ample fumigation necessities, such as


Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,

or with necessary preventatives,


IfVe r "10 --- -1f- - -


fled swift to the light that seems Miss Ada Rosasco leaves Saturday JLII t01 .itronella anda
!rom a phantom's sun and planets for New York to join her sister Miss
jFor the dreamer In his dreams. Anna Rosasco.
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I stood In a wondrous woodland, Judge J. Bmmett Wolfe left Mon- I
Where the sunlight nestled swet [day on a business trip to Louisville
In the cups of snowy lillies and Chicagoand will oe absent aboutHT N S I
Which grew about my feet; ten days. ad w a
And while the Gothic arches I
Stirred gently with the air 'Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mackey, 109 PHONE
The lillie. underneath them North Barcelona, are the parents of a
Swung their censors pale in prayer. fine boy born Sept 23. THE BIRTH PLACE OF
I stood amazed and wondering Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Williams and OPEN ALl
And a grand memorlam strain children who have been at Tallahas-,
Came sweeping through the forest, see for several weeks have gone trom
And died; then rose again., there to DeFuniak where they will re-i
It swelled in solemn measure, main until quarantine is lifted. especially the sardines, for thereby
Till my soul, with comfort blessed, hangs a tale which I will unfold. We
Sank down among the lilies Hon. John S. Beard and sister-in- ate the fruit intermittently, and had a
With folded wings to rest. law Miss Fannie Sullivant leave to- supper party with the sardines and
day for Nashville for the required Molly Pete's crackers Tuesday night.
Ther, to the mystic music ter days after which they will join Some of them (meaning the sardines)
Through the forest's twilight aisle Mrs. Beard, who has oeen in Atlanta vere left over, ana' we economically
Pasred a host with muffled footsteps for two weeks. put them on the window-sill for future
In martial rank and file; delectation. But alack-a-day! Yester-
And I knew those gray-clad figures, Miss Marjorie Menefee and Mr. day afternoon we noticed an odor pain-
Thus slowly passing by, Ralph Bushnell, leave today for Spar- fully like that afforded by a long-de-
Were the souls of Southern soldiers tanburg, N. C., to spend ten days en ceased rodent, and investigation dis-
Who for freedom dared to die. route to Atlanta to enter college. closed that the antique box of sardines
and the odor stood to each other in the
In front rode Sidney Johnston, Mrs. A. M. Avery and daughters, relation of cause and effect. We wrap-
With brow no longer wrung Miss Stella, Miss Katherine and Miss ped them up carefully, with averted
By the vile and senseless slanders Marion leave today for Nashville: noses and lots of white paper, ana' tied
Of a prurient rabble tongue; where Miss Marion will enter Bel-' the package with blue baby ribbon.
And near him mighty Jackson, month college. On the top we wrote 'Many happy re-
With a placid face, as one turns of the day.' Then we went to
1Wbose warfare was accomplished, George Hall Hazelhurst, of this city the corner to mail our letter and or.
Whose crown of glory won. has entered the Rensselaer Polytech- the way back Pete let it slip down
nic Institute at Troy, N. Y., for a four through the slit in her raincoat. !
There Hill. too, pure and noble, years' course in civil engineering.- "We tore upstairs and sat at our'
Paused in the spirit train, Mobile Register. windows gazing at that Innocent white
Flor he joined the martyred army parcel, standing forth from the mir.3
From the oouth's last battle plain. Mrs. Electra Semmes Colston arriv- like a good deed in a naughty world
The neot in order followed ed home yesterday, after spending Pretty soon along comes a tall andr
The warrior-priest great Polk, several weeks in New York. She strapping youth, kicks 4t out of his
With joy to meet his Master, stopped to visit relatives in Memphis way contemptuous-like, then reconsi,.
For he had nobly borne the yoke. on the way home. From Philadelphia crs the matter and picks it up, reads
south Mrs. Colston was accompanied the Inscription, smiles in a superior
i There Stuart, the bold, the daring, by her brother, Mr. 0. J. Semmes.- fashion, and pockets the token. There*
With matchless Pelbam rode; Mobile Register. upon iPete and I fall shrieking into each
With earnest, chastened faces. T ether's arms, and recover our attack
They were looking up to God. THOMPSON-MACON only In time to see him trot up tha
And Jenkins, glorious Jenkins. WEDDING IN BARTOW. !steps of the Commercial Club, which
SWith his patient, fea-less eyes Mr. Walter Thomas Macon, of Sel- is just across the atseet.
SAnd the brave, devoted Garnett, ma. Ala., and Miss Minnie Thompson i"It was the very next night that we
Journeyed on to Paradise. of Bartow, Fla., are to be married this began to reap where we had sown
evening at 8 o'clock. Pete and I had get- into our kinoaoio
Before the shadowy squadron The bride is the (laughter of Mr. J. !and were working away like mad. when
Rode Morgan. keen and strong, L. Thompson at whose tome the wed- the maid rapped on the aV)or and
And I knew bv his tranquil forehead ding takes place, and a brother o0 brought in a good-aimed market-basket
He'd forgotten vvery wrong. Mrs. Z. D. Cunningham of this city with a big bottle of grape-juice pro-
Th< re peerless Pegram marching where he has numerous friends who trudging. We said, it couldn't be for
With a dauntless martial trid, will unite in congrntul.Uions and good us, but she said yes, a young gentle-
And I breathed a sigh for the hero, wishes for h:m and his bride. man had left it. With that Pete and
The young, the early dead. Sexnanrd meaning glances and malo
TSURPRISED BY HIS for the letter which was tied to the
Mid spectral hlack-hor-eo troopnre r JUVENILE 'FRIENDS. handle.


the Origin I Bosso.




PHARMACY...


S1100


" PROMPT DELIVERY.
L NIGHT.
_


..-arried in the Methodist ch ich a'
Cross Bridge-. Tenn.. rhurs-!t- evc(i-
n- Sept. 21. at S o'iock. ." Lenmue
lAtng, the past ofliati- .in the ,)r"-:
net. of a large concourse of frenids
,sho, were deiightfully enternainev,
previous to and during the pro,-nc
,.f the bridal party, bv the exct..'.n:
music, Miss Kate Sheilds playing the
wedding march.
Tlie attendants were M.tss nIorn
Harlan, the bride's sister, .-'d o'
bonor, and Mr. R. J. Taylor of 1.1-,
Oak, best man. The gronimsmint an 1
inaids were Mr. Harry Frierson ";rit
Mis.e Lee Harlan, Dr. Blodeise Browr.
-i'h Miss Maria Harlan. U'sb'-7. Mr. J.
C. Soovel, Mr. H. H. Hit'. Mr. Hortnc,
Cec:I. Mr. Tlheodore Ste:)hvn-on, M:r.
Roy Cecil, anil Dr. B. K. Io Wn. M;t
Tommie Harlan sister of the trij-'.
nmade a lovely little flower girl.
The bride was exqui-siivey .- I
:n whie china sil': and arriei
rose. The maid of h ,nor" wnr, v nit.
* ilk and carried maidenhair '. :'
whi;e the other maid- wore white )r-
earAdie with yellow sasLes, the brid:a,
picture being effectually accentuate
'iy the church decorations, a fin,
Smassing of goldenrod that was beauti-
I fil.
The ceremony was followed by a
large reception from S:30 till 11
o'clock, at the residence of the bride'
i mother Mrs. Jane Harlan where (he-
i many handsome presents from all,
through the South were displayed.
i After the reception Mr. and Mrs.i
I obb left for Live Oak, F'.a., wnret


chanced to scatter your good deeds so ;they will reside, and where he is a
rear the Commercial Club that the fading druggist.
gentleman sitting by the window could *
inform me, when I entered, of the iden-1 Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex-
tity of my benefactors. In return for tracts are absolutely pure and of great
your kindness I have sent you a small tren'th. Your money back if they
luncheon, which I trust you will en- fail to please.
jcy; and whose fragments you may'
perchance scatter in the path of some You Are Welcome Here.
other poor devil fishing for bait. Come to Michigan and escape the
S'Perhaps I shall have an opportunLi Yellow Fever. The Hotel Chester-
tv In the near future of calling in per- feld at New Baltimore, Mich.. on An-
Won to thank the fair Ladies Bounti- ehor Bay is open summer and winter.
u." Hoping to have made a sufficient Delightful boating and fleh4ng. Rea-
'Hoping to have made a suficient sonable terms.
return for your kindness, sonable tA. IABONermsE, Prorms.p.
'Faithfully your own,
'Sardine.'
"In the basket there was a tray of OPENING OF THE
French figs, some grapes and oranges,
cakes, fudge and the grape-juice. To
cap the climax, in about fifteen min- CLASSICAL SCHOOL
utes up comes the maid again with a
card: 'Mr. Theodore Shields.'
"Well. we were so excited we didn't At a meeting of the advisory board
know what to do. and I guess by the of the Pensacola Classical School held
time I had the door shut we had each Sept. 25, 1905, tt was found' advisable to
planned to marry the youth and have postpone the opening of the coming
the other for bridesmaid. But our session until more favorable condi-
dreams were sadly shattered, for all tons prevail.
at once we heard a wild shout of H. OLAY ARMSTRONG,
laughter, an] a mad skirmish upstairs; Principal.
and there rushed into the room every
one of the girls In our class. LAUNDRY NOTICE.
"It too kPete antI me a minute or so
to come back from dreamlana', and t- Owing to the scarcity of collections
realize that it was a put-up job and we and the absence of Mr. Walker Ing-
were the goats. They had heard ul raham from the city, it is necessary to
giggling (ver the sardines in the cnr- place the business on a cash basic.
ridor. and had planned the wh. le Monthly customers are hereby noti-
rilor. ard had planned the wh. .- -*


tl'ing. One of the girls had induced
her brother to leave the basket.
"Oh, hut it was fun, that party. We
ale anr' laughed, and laughed and ate.
til! we couldn't do either any longer.
"But wouldn't it be funny if that man
really should turn up?
"Romantically your
"Polly."

COSS-HARLAN MARRIAGE
I&Ir KIIUcS r


Passed Ashby's sta'wart form. Quite a number of Ittle folks on "This Is what it said: MI T-N
With that proud. dtflant bearing th. Bg Bayou surpriol little Igntin. 'Mv dear Samaritans: Mr R. W
WhIch so .np;rned the battle s orm: Quina son of Mr. and Mrs. ER. I.1 "'It was rather fortunate that you and Miss Sa
But his glance was m:ld and tende: Quina Tuseday evening on his nrst
For in that Phan'oni Host bitn hday anniversary., s., r-a
He dwelt with linertin- fondness T.!e house and tables were beauti-I T J.Jurnals D ath, Fas
Or. the brother he ncP l .st. futlii decorated with ferns and exquis- .
ite cut lowers.
Then strode the brave Maloney, Dihc-iois refreshments were served
Kin gc nal adjutanir and his birthday cake wIth one little
Anl next him walked -he truthful, cazn lie was cun b' his little cousin
T;>e lion-hcarted Gantt. Mi-.: Eu alie C.arke. _
There, to s,.:emn music i-H rcert-\(ed nainy beautiful little .
I':is:.\ a :r:ad of the brave: toke-ns of love. Games were enjoyed
Lon.ax. Ph,.lan, Alfred P:rkney- throughout: the evening and everyone
AI! had found a sol'iier's grave. had a lovel.h ;r:.e.
Those pr ,sent were Misses Francis,
Ti ,y were young and gentle spirits, Edwina. Marie. Kate and Bertha
i- t'iey quaffed h- ..i;ter cup. Chrit-ie; Misses F;orence, Hilda,
FPr th(:r c,-intry-s 1'a. was falling, Thelma and Eulalie Davenport. Misses
e ,he: f,!- to 't i u. 'era and Angela Scarr;tt, Miss Eu-
".:.: '-'tn pia J un:r..-s thousands laiie and Master Clifford Clarke.
\: : 3 an- 7I Host. i- s Lillian and Etta Rell'y, Miss
S .. :w;id a ::rit a D)avenport..
'" . .. : "- "-' AiI.N Ves1srn-. Roche'e la-ve, Harry and
li.-h eii Scarr.It. Ber'iari and Ci intea
z S n f-und their lev Jam, s an, Inhhnnie Christie. ,
[ 'i:'t .n: I i:a' n Davenporz, and
f "-,m o.r ga-e, Mr. An- io Hale .

n (; s 'Aazo. A GIRL, SOME S SARDINES
, ',,' p --. r ".)* army- AND A CLUBMAN.
:. o; i ;r TY'' whisprd i This sprigh'ly narrative from "Mad-
'"-, hr" mar, 11 o :,'::- reward." 'p Frolics of C:.i'ege girls in the
-_ id zd Hune .Iournal for October, a,
Vr and M Wall fmv- al Laacte, istic and conclusive example
i. : : i ": n o nof a- 'of th~, a'nsica! inconsequ. *at quality
.:-- .. .,: ,' :,.u : 1 fr.',:n of ":,,'oaf "c(<)h(lege humorr" is relate a'
.-p : Arr ani ia:. x. Tex--Tam- ;n p.c -'n'-'po of a letter home from the
,. :: anr sce'-e of act in. as h.re follo-s: O
"Sunday Night.
.- i-. .-t Of tMr- \V. K H.tr orn i "Th. )pisttlo is to thank you for \ ,


''! m ..h,'e.
Mrs. W C Walk. an c',l, ,
hr,\ t ,'::' -n -: ro': lI er's wh r;o,
,i' ., h:a e a p,, I "'-",ti weoks .:
* home ot Mrs Wi. Inm Hri:ins.

M-r Z. C':nnn1ch.m has -.lur:.-
(-,!. 'ro(iT P.,wel'I: a.nd i- the guf( .)f
': a-InW ;< C W\:ker til: her
:'r -," Ar'hur alo, returns.
M.l Mar ,n Hyer and Mr. Haze!
.-rs Ston.- ~ho have pent the sumi
t < n ;i Eurol'. are nowt In Atlanta
Ic:-e they will remain t\'r several
x'o-ks before returning home to gu
;;.'t busin-s.


Mrs. Heitzman has teen spending
:-, s,:-emer in Chicazce but expects
to e. a, to..a f)r Kans-a:. City. to re-
main for two or tree months with
relatives.
*


Mrs. Bo-Mkn .cts wi th her dua h-
t er Mrs F. B. Hagerman and son will
GAST AND CORN MEAL MILLA eavee today for Nashville, Tenn.
M. r. GON.ALEZ & 00. Prop *I
saurneaturas Miss Edna Rosascco will go to
CNOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND Nashville In a day or two en route to)
STOCK FEED. Decatur, Ga., to enter Agnes Scott
My yer meal and stock feed from school.
tq home manufacturer, encouragta -
some ladus-ry, oumtrlbute to home Mrs. IUord Hahn, of 807 East
labor, and leave our money ti yog Strong Street, leaves today for Win*
ofy. (erset, Iowa, where she goes to visit


.-nin. me the trit and sardines;

AW -


SC.))h of Live Oak, Fla.,


rah Blne Harlan were


lion Feature


is very much like the bl rmwn.
ii" of a flovwe It- ,.:tv and
pc action dc- t- e".. ie'.:1ely
uptn thet caic .c..-wc.l upon
its parent. I'X- e :a:t u.ohers
s ,-w l.! have th- t- .'er. st are.
They shi>' lc s-'.A:c% al1l vurry
and anxiety. They s ilh eat
plenty of g, and take Zt'nth-exe-cIses. This
will go a i !g ,-4vAtoward p-rserv-
inh their hb.i'* n *m l .ei' r beauty
as well as tha: of tie lhtle one to
conie. But to be a,'s',;:ely sre
of a short ari., painless labor they
should use

.Mother'o

Friend

retlarIv during the months of fost*-
tin 1'hi t i. .imnple in'nlnent, wkich 0
:s to bh appi e-xternal.y. It gives
strength an '! v..-r t' t Mn c'es and
S re,'-'s alI of tfh- oe;rf 'rts of preg-
"* ncy, w%.uih women ued to think
w'' fl *'v tr-'.-''.ar. When
M t'r Fr,lenr i ua-J there is no
Liat'gi whatever
Get M' her's Friend at the drag
store, St per bottle.
THE BRAIN IFi1 RGLTATOR CO.
AILANTA, (A.
Writ fra aw fr bl.t'k" B-f, f mbW1y IWtG j



Why Go Down Town for


GROCERIES?



SATURDAY MORNING
...SPECIAL...


COME AND SEE US.


1


FRESH FLORIDA SYRVP, 0o0 pep
gallon.
DOOLEY YAM POTATOES. $1.00
per bushel.
12 lbs. FULL PATENT FLOOR, 35
cents.
fGOODf HAMS.. 12 cents Per pound.


fed that money must be left at nome .. .... .--- .
to pay delivery man, or package wild DAISY BRAND- BACONS, 12 cents
be brought back to laundry office. per pound.
STAR LAUNDRY, ONE DOZEN CANS TOMATOES,
sept 1w By H. J. Mackey. 85 cents.

TO THE TRADE.
On account of quarantine, we will All Other 00oods in Pro oto.
not undertake to establish a branch
house in Pensacola until same is re-
voked. We will make all oil and
grain shipments from Mobile, Ala. We alSO carry a ful!I lne of Shoes.
Same will go forward promptly. Send'
as your orders for high grade oils. 20 per cent off on all
PURE OIL CO., Shoes to-day.
14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agt.
CARPENTERS.
THERE WILL E A SAWLA


THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
MEETING OF L. U. No. 74, C. & J.
OF A. FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEM-
BER 29, 7:30 P. M. BUSINESS OF
IMPORTANCE.
L. REDENBACK,
26sept4t Business Agent.


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IRON







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THE EQUESTRIAN SHIRT WAIST.
Originally introduced by a famous affair, fastening In with buttons and
firm of shirt-makers--they work forI buttonholes beneath the shawl collar, i
oi l and is fashioned en suite with the
men and women both-as a blouse, blouse, or may be of material to con-
eminently suitable to be worn with a trast. The sleeve Is the usual shirts
Hrting skirt, the attractions of this de' pattern, cut a trifle fuller than usual
sign have proved so potent that smart in deference to current fashions; ana':
women are using it for general pur- the back is fifted with tiny tucks run
poses, and not confining its use to sad- in perpendicularly at the centre back
die wear only. The blouse itself has atove the waistline. Some very charm-
a smart collar and lapels, suggesting: ng ones are displayed in colored lin-
,a mascuine garment, and is fastened ens. with the chemriette in white, this
in double-breasted style with smart making for a very smart appearance
buttons. The chemisette is a separate indeed.


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


.wY_


*


They are easy to keep clean and are easily cleaned. They
give the room the appearance of airy coolness. We have
them in white, blue, green, pink, and la a combination
of colors.


50, $5. 00, $6.50, $10.00.


'ARSTON & QUINA,
10 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.


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MAXWELL HOUSE,

AUSTELL, GA.

WRITE FOR RATES.


WILL E. MAXWELL.


IF WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST. I

Leave Your Orders with Us for




Fancy Groceries

We Are Still the Leaders.


The Pure Food
Store.


The Store that Feeds
Phones 178 and 480 the People.


I BEDS ARE SANITARY!


Our



Ice Cream



and Sodas

are so thoroughly delightful as
to almost force an exclamation
of surprised delight from a
sphinx. They are always of
uniform hizh quality and abso-
lutely pure.




Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Palafox. Phone 999


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNES-AV MORNINg, a6 vmumanR x, 1901


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The JournaPs Classified Cash Advertisements


NMe eW--rt e- et taken tfore Id t hes o.


spewl pirates ap Env mo tpo.


ANTED

DPAL IF


FUOR SALE
7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 lots, We have customers
S " *.* *.* .. .... 1400.- properties in any part
2 houses, renting $18.00 per mouth
.. .. .. .. .. .... ........... L. ---
.. ,oues (new) renting s21.00 per fOw

4 room house, renting $7.00..2T00.
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00 00 TheiSCr
per month............. ....750. WESELL
*"WE SELL
For RenIt.
7 room house, 91b E. Strong.... $1:..50
.* -....... -FOR1 A


To-day is the Day!

The man who fails is the man who puts oft
Sthe start."


Don't Lose Your Start

Begin now to buy a home. Let your "rent
motey" go toward getting a home of your
own,


We Can Start You Right,



Pensacola I investment Co.

W. L. EKWLi, PrfSed6t L. L MPrSON, SUS eary.
J. L 51UMANA V1".- Cm. sa m. m gmOWU- N.M Trnurr.


TAT BUY Walter S. Hooton, a
STAT AGeeral Dealer in

WHII F PRlPFRTYi Rrvdel R pemdripe


mr investment
of the city.



VN&Co


1 Bld'g

LOTS"


ILE


POR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fo.-
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'-.
Mill, just west of MuWcogee wharf.
FOR SA.kLA-Sail boat for sale cn.ayp,
18 ft. long; good cond ,ion. Auop;y to
Dan Saccaro, at Sagari s baiii house.
23sepil w*


0I .ILL I lIVE LI II


IS LOW.


4 Lot on northwest corner of
Romana and "C" streets......S775


Northwest quarter of block 189,
West King tract..............$126
10 Lots in block 48, West King
Strict .... ..........
11 Lots on car line In block 96,
West King tract..............$O50


Fia s g 7p-O w
FvniCoonAovn%,


2I 1 81" Pe.laf..x St t. e Pensaeola, norida. |, I L* Lde AUn vv FOR SALE-South ha-f block 211, df L d1tj U
2 P-4tPaIlifronting 400 feet on 13th street, byi
204S S. Palafox St., Fisher Building. 137% feet on Bay V'e.:' Pa.'k; also
south half of block 2.2, fronting 400 206 South Palafox Street,
-I feet on 14th St., by 1871, feet on Bay
W ANMT D ALPWAM D For l View Park. The only p(eperty adjoin- PHONE 87.
......l*.o1o- -- g Bay View Park that. is now for
WA.TWD-r.t-cla lumber book-. WANTED.-Parties in need of carpen- FOR 8ALE-Household furniture le. The beautiful view down the
keeper and general oSiee man open ters, please ring up phone No. 776, cheap. 615 East LaRua St 26se. bayou and down the bay can never be M o lO
for position October IsL Addrees or apply to L Redenback, business obstrued. A. V. Clubbs. 8OJly
Bookkeper, care JouraL 2. oew0 ant, room 1, old Armory building., OR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful POR SAL-ecod-.an can ,l AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' att
We want thepabli to remember that m country home on Reservation; goot4;er in perfect condition. Will sai. Malarial and Chill Cure. It curos
we at our old st re Eber WANTD.Eperiend man to dres fishing; good garden; good water nd cash or o time. A roabargain. Can to stay cured. It a good toc. a
a back at our old staad on f, WANTD.-Experiened man to dress plenty wood. Will sell cheap for csh be seen at Jams McHugh's 22mcA good liver regulator. You need it at
Government street and selling gro- mill rock. Must be well recommenQ- or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How. this time of the ar. On sale at al
e and produce cheaper than any ed. Phone 487. Charles arle Currde ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, nox F OR BALE.-Two pair extra fine druggists, or at Lewis & Co.. at
other Am in macoh. We mean & o. 2ept. 36. 15sept.lm* young mules, sound and in 9oud Government street. Price, See.
hat w*ay. G. W. P3 WANrTE& r condition. Also one 2-horse Stud. lSsepi M.
WA D.--dyor tlman of fair IC WMMAT produce e baker wagon..W. S. Garfield. 4juae.
education to travel for firmn of $250.. Makes fowls pci'li well aved. PIANO TUNING.
WANTDD.-&verybody to know that 00 caial Salar .(72 per year, The cheates food to bei ou P. GROW GINSENG. Large profits. PIANO TUNING.
I am prepared to furaish them char- payable weekly. Expenses advanced. Mellen & Co., Phone 84. loet Room in your garden. Roots for sale I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
eal In any quantity, as I will always Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola, Fla. Write today tor literature. Bucking. Ala. I will satisfy you ir price ani
have a car load on hand. Will deliv- 2Gept2t* IFOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room ham's Ginseng Garden. Zanesville, 0. quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 214
er aw amount from 4 bushels ucP. house and 120 acres of good laiul, 13aug3mos. &Fast Gregory St.. Pensacola.
Wagons on the street daily. When WANTD. -Good cook. Apply at 43 located at Gonzales, Fla. Either to-' 29augim*
you want charcoal listen for the fog East Gregory. 23sept2w* gether or separately. Terms -easor.
horn. Vucovich CO Yard, Goo. Vuco- -!able. House maty be rented temprr- FO 1 RENT REGULAR MAIL L1N5-Good convey.
vich,. Prop. 17s'. WANTED-Hotel cook:colored boy to arily. Apply at W. Zachrey's of- ance for traveling public. Daily se.
ans cook in a mall hotel, good saar; fle. 3 sept. FOR RENT.--41've room cottage with vice each way. From t.hipley to Bay.
few guets at can upto- date a ount la 19sept. -OR SALE.-I am Florda State Agent blocks from car line. Apply to H. W. Fla. 24mch
hotel: climate delightful and lgoot wa- .\NTE.-All young persons w for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes nd Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm*
ter; moderate rat.-s. Aldress F. D. 1 are o-j e s-e.ographer or .Vauk Fixtures of a.i descriptions EAL TAT.
Cunningham, Buena Vista, Va. keeper that are seeking posltlonu nr ,y A in:Safe n FOR RENT.-12 room noose, corner IIEAL ESTAT E a
l5saptlm orit wi u Lock Company olTCincinnatiOhio.Eall a tf r.
1pdiaoenl*o ca, s w. ou smme-Communicate with me for prices and Hayne and Wright stre.-ta. Apply ou buy the grotnd and we wW
PLUTO! PLUTO itions' 'We are a o oidr g s:terms bc -ore buying elsewhere. Scar. W. S. Garfield. 27aug.uild yor boase on time pay.
Keep your system In good condition daily than w can supp. It l itt Moreno, Pensacola laFORRENT.-Smal tarm 1 block u- m D
and you need not fear any di.ease. you nothing to register with us. Moex j side city limits on county hard
Pluto, the great stomach neaer, for & Munr Proprietors. rh Mobilo FOR SALE.-Soda fountain stock of road, with six room house; wind mill; TAILORING-B. L Diamond. Ta"l o
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas B siness College, No. 62-64 N. Royal confectioneries and cigars, located water pipes in yard and all through Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed sad
McHugh. ST. M Iie, Ala. 15septlm*I Palafox stret. Canbe Tad at bar-house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. pared on short noUtice. No. 11
,prove .. eA g5a a in if purchase ad at oapp M. McClellan, at First National Bank, West Goverament AL. Pensacola, .rim
W Tn 3D.-TO retr bAyentsmake $6 daily sell- eambia Realty Co. a5aug a Pensacola. 26auglm Ides
place, not mor than miles north in, the cheapest and most perfect Pensacola. 6aug
or northwet of Penracola, with 15 to Wa: r Filter ever invented. ttetas! ;FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents FOR RENT-L rraiae House, corner FOR ONE DOLLAR AND PFTYy
tie Huttof n olts Fla. l as -aplm* -0;a pr'ft. Exclusive terr- per hundred. Good for wrapping Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply CENTS per head, we wi hgale0
tine tHutto. Holts, Fa. Spl ,t Seneca Friter Co, Seneca, Me. paper and to put under matting. AHU W. S. Garfield. 12Jul dead horses, cows, etc. Leave orderI
KING & HUAL, contracting painters 1-ep'lt Iclean and nice. Journal office, at 136 East lteCiondal. Herring
and decorators. Fine varnish .-n, 'VAVNTED.-Tru!tworthy man tomaa-i FOR RENT.-Residence lately o> Bro3 1t6te
nd finishing. ign panting a pe age branch olie and distributing Do you value your health? If so, cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. I W.
caty. Residence phone 24_. 29aug. aruse our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary, SAILMAKER.
ou to know thatot or largyouanufacturer. Salary to an:"Schly. New Orleans Grocery 43 S. Palafox street 7jun* J. H. PORT, R. slmaer, 71 aouth
WANTED.-You to know that you aa s art wi*h. $ 1:0 rt year, and extra Co., Ja. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 Palatox street. Orders taken tor
buy nice, clean old papers at this cL0::ions ad expenses. Applicaut --h a FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor- tents, awnings, camp stools and hos
oSce cheap. must have good references and 1000, We have been with you in Pensaco-i ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan
cash, capital secured. Experience un. la since 1874, and still intend to stay Suitable for boarding house. Apply
DO YOU want to bay or sell anything? neces-a-y. Address "Manufacturer,,I with you and serve you with the best to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 21G kast Zarri-.
Slital wsat ad will bring woadertfl ,1 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. of groceries at lowest ar- 6. 6m Pr ess nl
weglts. The cost is4 too l*nig lr ,ept: lket prices. New Orleans Grocery! Professional Directory.
d to know that WANTED-The people of Pensacoia Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20' Money to Loan.
WANTiD--XVWrYbody to know that to cease torryiig. LAK The Journal on t o PATTILLO CAMPBSLL,
our Blend of Coffee may be imitated Want Ads solve the problem for yo'i. FOR SALI.-Completely furnished ..
but can't be equaled. New Orleans They are expe-t detectives, and can house, corner Gadsd'zn ft. and 7th Atnetomey Law.
Gtdrervo" id theArr YSU are ookingaauefue.e.M oney-tO-LO AttorneyBat-Law. i
n Co. Jas.cH the an you ae looking for f avenue. Beautiful hom. Must Room 405 Thien uldin
r Co. Ja. McHugh, Prop. i he is included la the 25,000 or 30.000 sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut-
aug20 people which rakes the population oflter. 20septlw MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small
WATn!.-The public to know that Pl-nac'. a. amounts on real estate, plain or en- THOS. PEBLEY,
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters ("f WANTED-Agents in different count. FOR SALE-One lot of fine rhow dorsed notes. Prompt service L. n LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
Florida. New Orleans Grocery Co.. ties in Florida to ban.Jle Alpine Safe cases, especially adapted for mil Brown & Co., 200 Thesen building. COLLECTIONS
.aa. McHugh. Prop. aug20 and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo lisnery purposes or for drug store, 16sept. PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
Vau Fitures ot everyalso one lot of counters and fire PHONE I.L
WANTED.-The Merchants Transler afes and Vault xture for t every I French plate glass mirrors. L. MO:E TO l.NrD-Ua good reat PH O.N
Co. wants your moving and baun ds e e for terms Rees 118 South Palafox. 2sep t security, or on good collateral.
l breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- -rI. Mreo, Pensacola, Fla.. Flor. a __ e at lowest rates. Leslie R .Broo s, P. STOKES,
sea. Prop. Phone 97e. 18junelio ida Stato Aent. 28June. FOR BAL-At a sacrifce, tauntre Fisher building. 1jA AftOm ndra adi r aL0
BAI HOTEL--Open night and day. store, stock and accoUta. Call at
We want everybody 'o know that we European plan. Rooms right and 1I.-140 L. Inteadencla. Nu MONE a ,OAKID ) a&y san an 108 East Government Street.
are wholesale and retail grocers ani clean. Traailent trade bolleted, 175. ladl *t peonal property. payabe; General Law Practice.
still a* the old stand. New Orieans ,9 BSouth Palaes.f Jo S. Niola, FOR SALE-One Choice block on top cwtlky or BMtali. When yeOa ee I __
Grocery Co, Jas. hMcugh, Prop. p 6nov. of( fa ridge east of the eleotrie muney, ** me. A. WilsU. Az W I
aug30. railway, between 7th and 8th streetL, overume street. Sallabury bulldin GEORGE DOUVILLE.
Nature has favored this section and it Irte d** I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
WANTEI--Tour electric work of all, cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. MONe l LOA__ o good a Room 500 ThiOesn _'1_. Po
kinds. Lete c yrLOST PLUTO! PLUTO! Ste o aecrityl iI 5 amount a
pair your dynamo, do your wtr:ag, etc. .PLUT-I 4_ ao" 5C iA tI L I a. BL
t IMa....K a..f.- pr-oin nv JaU_ .... in,. ,lf l ., I o ,Wlsoa 0 WJ LSHI 1,, SMaUITru T


FIbm 9 V. '-5PLNUs jLbiel, i. L/u.
corner Inteadencia and B&y;ena treats
Ljunelan.
WANTED-HaiAIng and transfer
work O, ce phone 363. Residence
rhbone 2:. AtEta & W. te, 2Z-28 N.
Tarragona. !Sach
PARTTI who want to renm* houses.
sm 7s or anything else for taat
matter, will find The Journal Want
Ads a great hei p


IJLST STRAYED OR rTOLN---Onq
white buli terrier. Return to Jn,).
Whiic s store or 417 E. Gregory an-i
rec,,i" rewv2rd. 24sep:.
LOST--Si.k umbrella with silver
mounted handle. on belt car line
Thiur,--a' Reward for return to John
\1ih:', s store or 423 East Gregory 6t.
2: sep' .


IAjST-White Setter Puppy, left eai
i mon colored, right ear speckele(


WA.NTED-Orers tot The Journal'sa fnlon and white; name Trixie. Re-
peciai Pensacola and Panam Caaal w :'-- re- rurn to E. W Caro. 11 w.
gAition. which will shortly appear. ,L'rs tnent S: 22sept1w*
Wll contain half-tone pictures of city. I--
hartc- ahd special scenes. 15 centa. L.OS1T-Ma:;ese Angora Kitten near.
L.4ae o-ders at Journal office. v ryrown Reward for return to 81if
SE LaHua 5: !9seetn
WANTLD--Seconda-and Cor. Oat
and cotton seed meal sacks Out of
towc shipments solicited. Write u Board and Rooms.
F. 8 Mellei & Co. lOmarchim i
A. 8 BINGHAM wants your movtng A few boartrs wanteDk at 31S W. Bel-
and haul=g. lie g-arantees al: break- or-,. 22saptlw*
rce Phonoe "
....o FU RN'SHiRD OR UNFURNISHED
SECON D-UAND FURNITURK. House rooms, near business center and on
hold Artlcies, Jewelry and any sale car line. For further information
able Article wanted. We pay cay a ring Phones 368 an' 848 5 tings.
for It. Address P. 0. Box 3s. City.
ltde4 RLX)MS AND IK)ARt-Several large
roirm& fr ren; zwith ,or -thmi hn-arl


directly on water t:ount, suitable for
light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret-
Uinger. Fishervtlle. Phone 133.
9sepL I


Keetp your syst Lem n gooU .U condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.
McHugh.
FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year-
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke at
Florida, No. 68.923. Also some fne*
young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, all
registered and transferred. Carl Set.
terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18IJy
FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For caah 400.
Apply to A. M. McMillau, Court Housa.
laugh
FOR SAIlE-Kill the germs of fever-
ora'er a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Phone 367. 4auglm
FOR SALE.-My residence onB ast
Hill, either including whole block
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter blocK of five lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for furta-
or particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
24auglm.


00 TO TURTOUI tor all Q as iums
Cameras loaded and uhloadod re
i char He makes best pbot
,aphs i Lae meaouth. 33 years a ht -
ir- 136
FOR SALB.-16-room boo. eora.
io,. s blocks from Palatax. lot v
192 on ear Joe. For pa -Ilie.a*-
qu;i. of Standard Clothlag Co.
n2 Jan.


aug20.
MONEY LOANED oa ail kinds of pen,
sonsI property oB short notice
Terms eay. J. W. Bullard. opetairs
21% South Palatoz St, Phone 1144
snov


ww .-G-L.-,U MIIll 2 I n1 -i
DENTIST
Fisher Building, 204V& South Palafox
Street.
PHONE 625.


M!anu Oacttir.eri of
arid IDealers in
MtBER. LATHS. SAWED (. iPREU
SHI.~NGLES ANJ lIt '.4


and Fittings. THE
CYCLES REPAIrED.
CYCLES FOR RENT. SHORT LINE

Iron Saes, Cash Ragisaters. Tyve
ro ao. ckls and California and Northwest
Lawn Mowers. Scissors Kanves, via
'.. sharpened.
Most complete line .f keys in the, Chicago, Omaha. St l,,iis anti Klau-as
city. : City is the
Try Hooton's, Messenger Servie-
Swhen in a hurry to send messages. Union Pacific
12 EAST INTENOENCIA ST. and connections, with through si.?Dplna


OMONM 1133


t; ,EN is L :,"it A.Dr i 0 r 0j ,
lIhcie .ii b, a meettn of L,
.eod) oU the first and third VeJne..-
days of each mot.h at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be preo
enAt W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DILAYT President
*eretary.
Pesascols Lode No 3. K of P,
meets every Monday evening at 7:23
o'leck at tbr CMase tHal. BoM
Wat)%o bildt ig.L oraer Pajaft sat
g arden street, VisitJag brethren ew
.. i\.\ly welcome I
J. L. BRUWrWO, C. C.
SHRORSLBk. K of Rt. f a
aattbee Loige Nt
t 3 oIat P.. es6s* every
In f3lqrsday even:a at i:06
I e lock thear Casme
sa I third iotw. Mlomat.
i vwn ourner 1,114fo0 &B1s
Garden streams Vititia knaight *
SordalUy Wlm"ed
I & CuRUTl. C. 0
C. J. Lrvy. K. a & IL
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the I
Knights of Oolumbus
,art held at their hail
No. 8 West latende i
iep street. a every I
Monday *eal asa
vitation Is extend A
to visiting KanigJts.
JOhN B JONUB.
EDM. FOX. Grad K loht
Recorder.
LodfLtg Ne.4 L O. 0 p
Pensacola Ledge No. 4, 1. 0 0. a
meets every Thuratfay evelag at 7:3,
Sat the anw hallU e West batI..
street. Visitias mbrthre coriia
Invited. T. G STINSON.
B. R WITKOVSKI, orretpay.
RE.EKAH IItI7Ran&
Naom Lodge ae, 10, Retelkab
there ooet every Moaday l ght
I o'clock in L O. 0. F. BaL. ws
ltin sisters cordially tvited to
present. MRS. S. DeTHAYTR.
MISS MAMIE F1 MMAN. Secretary
M. B. A. No. 81 meets first a<'
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Inten
deneia Street.
A. 0 PULL, Pre.
J. L. SWICZNY See.
W.OA.W.
LUve Oak -Camp No. 1. W. 0. W
meets in Pythian Hall lit and 3r-
Wednesdays tn each mnth. VislUtin
sovereigns coimdlaly Invited.
F. A. BOaHICH, C. C
LEZLIT X BROOK*. C.l.
W. o. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thur-ta.'-
of each mrath at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
Wktson building, southwest corner
Palafot and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially invited. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen.
Guardian.


care.
One-way colonist rates on sale from
Septbnher 15th :o Oc:ober 9Is. ln0i
To California, Oregon. Washington.
Mon'ana Utah, etc
Sp." al r-unil ;r p rates to Cai:(or-
nia and the Ltwis & Clark xpool-
rinn a Por'landl. Oireon. unlil Sep-
tember 28th.
Ask f ;r rough rat. from yow
station ai d secure literature. In.
formation freely given.
J. F. VAN RE'NSELAIAR.
General Agest.
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga
0. W. ELY. T. P. A.






W. G. BARAOW, Master.
lirEr-CL.A&.: i Aoai, AND
FREIGHT Bh.VIlCM
-Betweme-
pENSACOLA, MOBILE. APALACH,.
COLA. GARRABiLLI, ST. AN.
DREWS, MILLViLLL
And all points on St. A warewe S
Carrabeos and Apa SCHEDULE
Leave Penamcota iuudas. 8:30 ,
m., for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola. TUwsda) : 1 :30
., for St. Antiews, Mli't 1Ile, Apa-
lacnicola, Carrabelle and Int~omedtaoi
polats.
For additional! ;fo. nation apoly t
J. It. LSAUND'ItK.
B. R COBB. Prso4as
Ce. Lrt. and Pass. Att
FrtnMrola. Ita.


THROUGH SERVICE
VIA
L.&N.vL&T.HIuad C.LL

THMOIJGH LEEPSUS meDAY COACHES
MWIN RLEMS TO UIUS
guie Masasv 0e6au L MUS WlS
L Fmau~~p~.A-L L 290M4m 41
IV. 9u~ mmm~.Y


Bowge, Fr lei 1i Alabama lla0my t
arraetolo, Tadlabasa Id low ni Iadroad Io,
Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.


Southbound


No. 1


Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m 7
LY Macon (C. of Ga. 'y.) 3:45a. 11:
Lv Cuthbert.. .. ........ 7: 0a.m 4:
Lv Arlington.. ......... : 10.m 6:
Lv Walnbridge.. .. ...... 11":DOa. 6:
Ar Tallahassee.. .. .......12:55p.m 8-
Ly Tallahassee (S. A. L& yt) 1:53p. 4:
S,..tl.a'l* (B. A. Lo Ry.) 7:40pam 10:


me. 3
50 sa.m
:35ILM


*O5P.m
:55p.m
-40p.rn

:50a.in


Sunday sundq
only ol
No.5a N"


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..-. m ........
........ .......


s7aGIng O afu est oa mePrto art DR. JNO L R Lv falteA.- .* .. ..... y2:00p.a 8:00a.m 8-15a.m 8:sopm
aelka a to birssa propnlr Lv SocholPY. .. .. .3:14p.m 10:00a.m 9:29a.m 9:54P.,M
.Dre tne .to rt t gOl* Lvrg L anark-tist ** ** ** .. :p.m 10:45a.m :05a.a. 10:'p.
mKI The New York L (3o.. 20414L1 :45nmr%:......
*outh Paltmas. Room 8, Brent Building. Phe e, Lv Carrabelle. ..... 4:*p. ........ 10:15a.m 10:U5p.m
Ar Gashschi wal .. ..Ar: .............. 7:...... ........
-U k .an L OWMrthmnd Sunday 8mdN
402 S. PALAFOX ST. W L D. HOWE, n ..
MONT 1 LUAA UN UI AMOND& me aNhicolo. .. .... :a ........ ..I O
Watches. Cbans. Rings an~d aI a. Attornyand C l orat Law Lv Apabehcl..* .. *.* 6:3@&u. .........
f oateral *crty at lowet ra0te c L nr.. ** ..11:4ia.m 2:20p.m *6:45pm 4
uterestL Bar *eg.- Lv Sopchoppy.. .. ..*....12: **1pm 3:14p.m 7 2lpm 5:15a..
SAr Tallabs .. .. ....... l:0p.m 5:OOp. 8:p.m :.
S'roun C R L'Sra v Jackville(S. A. L. .).. : m 4:p.m ........ ........
-rEII14 paflaba s.. fI .) 3 :l 0p.= 10:00p.m ..... .. ........
UUIO EILL' GAery 'Lv Tallafhseq.... ** .... :25p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p.m :$5a.m
FOUNXD-One pointer dog; ownercan WiM Be Re-0peld Abot Oct. t Lv Baiaridge.. .. .. .. .. s:25u 8:2am Ar 10:25pm S27a.B-
have same by proving property and Ar Arlington.. .... ** .... : n 10-a ........ 10:1sa.a
l-aying expense incurred. Apply Lv Cwthbert.(C. of GLRy.) .. 1:42p.m 11:55a m ........ Ar T:3.m
Wicke & Co. 22septlw'w L P, LLIJ N, M.D. Lv Macon, (C. of GOa. I .).. 4:lsa.a 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
,______ __ Ar Atlanta. (C. of G& O y.).. 7:;$ I T:-Up.m ........ 7-55w.a
du at-- HOMOPATheST. NOTICt::--F"f I. W aWd 6 will depart from, and arrive at,
r l ce at No. 7% & Palatfo, Slou.ul of Stotwell Str, Srad .
M P & id1. Tltiets for Tranl 5, ee~S i algebridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will bI
"ANTIDD.-My patrons to know that O~ce Hou.r---:38 11 a. L., a ecn Iale at the efe e f the SNem Gcary Cmpiny.
*y school will o0re at dhe same lo 5 p. as *Treli Ne. 6 will step m8iute at Lanark for breakfast.
ee as heretofore, as soon as the yel I Reasluee. 10 North Pslausz. PhouA W. M. LEGG. ft. C, SNIP S E. 0 ALSTON,
v fever sFtoatlon will permit. Miss .o--tiu rings Offiee Pbone 5 General Manager. Tev. t wste Agt. Gen'l Pases. A
Little Holden. sept. ? i;a a -Sutit to cali Talla.-ce, PIe.


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6 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16 09
List your real estate with me for
sale.
Rents collected' and prompt returns
made.

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specialty and year business
have earetl attetia. D. Hale
sea & Ca.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27. 1905


A Dollar's Worth for a S1


SPECIALLY


00D VALUES


WEARING APPAREL

ar. offered here in all


lirn' n -- o naryy
proper oquip'nent
and i's no long
School opens.


for the
of boys,
now till


If the hi-.hest c'ialities.
co:.1;i'i-0 with the lowe
prir,- rn ,rost the moth-
s l br'ng thm h erey will
BdaN !y br!-"ng th<-m bere.


The


John WhiteStore
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205o207 S. PalafoL
Phone 225.



Pabst

Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equal.
Sold everywhere.

S. A. Friedman
VholMic Distributcr.
Leader in Imported Wines
and Liquors.
PHONE IML
Ol. X31 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
PEitS'AC:LA. FLA.


ol Blood
in athe csy passes
through the kid-
neys and is filtered


and purified.
orcdr tha: the
organs may pc
form Itheir duti


properly, care
should be taken
to keep them in
sound. healthy con-
dition. If you are
a sufferer from kid.
ney trouble, try



Long Life



Liver and



KidneyCure

and you will never
regret it.


For Sale by
Hannah Bros.

GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

Iercbants Transfsr u6.
Tror. B. -. -., Frop.
S4AUL' G C E'% E ERY D-.-FIP-TON
SPECIAL MTTL'\%T ON G'VEN TC
BAGGAGE EA' CR ,7HT.
PHONE -'3.
P. O. Z 67 .

F, V. w .... \V;a. l
CONTRAC7-.F -' E'.!LDER,
O" ch e. I "- r :
to Peniac," a.
to beiin.-" .


NEW DREDGE


ST.


JOHN


She is a Fine Craft and is Doing
Excellent Work on the St.


John's River.
Jacksonville. Sept. 26.-The United
States engineering department's
dredge St. John. under command of
Fuperintendent C. N. Be. came up the
riv,-r Saturaa. night, and was moored
a' the L-ngle cral docks. She re-
mained at the dock all day yesterday,
Laying her bunkers filled with coal. J.
P.. Lucy of the L'Engle Coal Company
superintegded the loading, which was
donc. by steam.
Yesterday morning Col. J. W. Sack-
ett and Clark Woodwar at the engi-
pf, ring department called on Superin-
tendent Bie. and it was while they
were aboard the vessel that a reporter
call-d to learn what had been done in
,he way of dredging down the river.
Colonel Sackett gtate, that at preFs-
-ent the St. John is working at Ward's
Bank cut. half way between Mayport
and the bar.
Channel Greatly Deepened.
When thr 'S, John first began her
work at that point the depth of water
was only eighteen tet,e but sh has
dredged the hanne] to a depth of 22
feet. A few days ago a ship crossed'
the bar drawing twenty-one f-et at low
wator, showing that tho channel is in
no way shallow at that point.
Colonel Sackett says the work is
progressing rapidly ana smoothly.


A Fine Record.
The St. John has established a rec-
ord for dredgig here four thousand
yards a day which is equal to eight
hundred solid carloai's of material.
Last Friday she removed four thous-
*and elght hundred and eight yards
which was all takeii to sea. and dumiip-
e : about one mile southeast of the bell
buo. in ten fathoms of water
; T. Is dredge 'as the capacity of
pumping from twelve to sixteen yards
per minute. depending on the tide ani
character of material she encounters.
Much time is consumed in carrying the
Sratt rial to sea and discharging it.
At Ward's Bank Cut.
The St. John will probably work at'
V,'rm's Bank cut lo- two months longr-
hn ggo :-o wha: is known as the
,'.;.\ ,t-> L I T t'.* '1 : o ri\, v ".
7:,'! "'i':1 : N i, now
tlnid he J, '.n w as place ii
i ..ze i 's. F- ; ia ;ip ,:
,0 A 1 4. ''?
,* .- ,i. 1 S ; .-:,it* ndt-n : K ,;
v' a. t on ,' p.a<4< d .n c'iinrtiaiid.
S *is : :.. : A. \\ rowv..
( li.: E1' gi r A:;nhih': Pai -:ia an.
A .--: N, -n. Th., .1 n .V arrit- a cr, w
r htirt~-f ,ru.n.
Director of Machinery.


SC:: W. Sack,-t .:rec'- :he handling
d ;i -aps add itm'Ii, ,' ma,,,iincry.
a: i w :e : i ing h.1. h .-
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i S;ra lin :ry

FUND OF $220 FOR

PERDU[E FAMILY

CORRECTION MADE AS TO REPORT


OF CONCEALMENT OF THE
SICKNESS OF MR. PERDUE

Pensacola. F.:.. S-pt. 26. 1905.
E, '', P ,ns-.'oln 1. -'rna' .
nK' Ii y ,. n. n i:#', he following
an .;r -~ re ',iv,.' ;,,:" Ml-z .. A. Per-
.'i t41 E \Vrg:_h -sro'
lRe, B C fG'. in r*.:i> "izzns 1S.0O)
}'"'-.'r t iz rns .. ........ 3.00
\V. o ,inma,': .' l'Par.. r and
1H.i. Kn .. .. 4...25
V \ '.ar~r ..na .. .. ...... I.:

\V i. Moy'" p- or, r:~e ... .. 2 3.. .
' 'ss Archi c G l.ld : 'n f n. ci!i-
S s . . . . . . . 14 n0O
TTo:al.. ...... ......... . 10
Th kindneos sh',,n ;s fully appre
"p '.- ;:y Mr-s Pe i'-:. .ho desires to
-; :-e.. h .tr era- :'i :. '. a wH ..n*,r-




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N. N. 'EWS.


Pirat ig Foley's Honey and Tar
S- ;. &' C.i. i-,' or!ginato
a" : 1 a8 ,a a .- a -.r 'a: an i nz
S :, .... :, ;, :n ,i'. ,) > '-.\ s H on-
\ ..a 7' "" roa ., : : .: are of.
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F'w: Hor. at. T is in a
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1 \ '. ..n-b .I: :;=. ; a:;l Apothecary,


TRANSFERS

Following are the real estate trans-
fers for the week ending Sept. 25th, as
furnished by hl S. Brown & Company:
W. J., Chas., Mamie, Katie, Mattie
R. Costello and M. A. Green to F. B.
Radcliffe, all interest in contracts cov-
ering lots 3, 4, 5, 6 and 26, 26, in blk.
118, East King, East of Tarragona, $1


Whe Your Appetite PPINHundreds of Men Who Could Have
and then come to the Medical Examination
the Old Reliable cred. Passed the Medical Examination


N 0t
Nicks


Restaurant.


where the best is
always obtainable.


All klml-a nf Flh- RnJI ll


Elma. Brit Sch. 299. Honoberg, Cura-
cao with 325,000 ft lumber.
Goodwood', Brit. Str.. Boag, 1977. for
Troom with 1.188.Ou feet sawn tim-
ber and 51.000 feet lumber. For Green-
ock with 1,207,000 feet sawn timber.
Sailed.
'Santanderino, Span str., 1812, for
Plymouth.
Fiery Cross, Nor. Bark, 1399, Claus-
sen, Bueynos Ayres. -


VESBKLB INPO RT.


and other considerations. r"*- ~*InI .l Wl a.... .
Pauline Dannheisser and Morris: Crabs, Western Meat- Steamers.
Dannheisser to Mrs. Maria Burrow, Comedian, Brit str 3149, Marshal,
part of Arpent lot 33, Ol01 City, $100.00 REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, Galveston.
;and other considerations. e 25 CENTS. Steamshipe.
Mrs. R. A. Fisher to Miss Maggie IAugust Belmont, Br 3as, Barnes, 2967
Iaskey, lot 6 and S. 16 ft. of lot 7 in Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. 2
b;k. 25 of East King tract, containing TU R E TIE TIL Capera, Ital. ss, Agostini, 3693,
front of 46 ft. on East gide of Hayne I URPENTINE TILLS. Norfolk to Gulf Transit Co.
street between Jackson and Gadsden Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
streets by 125 ft. deep. $1200.00. M Millan ros Co to J. A. Merritt & Co.
J. W. Hyer to J. S. Mcaughey, all M M i n B. Ernesto, Span as, Omacchea, 1691,'
blocks 144-146, Sec. 28, Tp. 2 S. It. 30 M manufacture s, Gulfport to F. 0. Howe & Co.
W., known as West King Tract, $1.00E A"- BAMA Harold, Nor ss, 1435, Aos, London.,
and other considerations. I MOBILEL-- r lA D. Hesleyside, Br. as, Bedlington, 1687.
Joseph Harrison to S. A. Hightower, St. Vincent. '
; acres in SW corner of NW% of 8W! _- Ida, Span as, Aranao, Liverpool to,
of Sec. 5. Tp. 5. N. R. 30 W., $200.00. A D L V Gulf Transit Co."
Benj. Hilton and J. J. Sullivan to J. M AVi K E I TS1 4 Kelvingrove, Br ss, McLennan,
. McMillan, Jr., lots 12, 14, 15, 16 1938, Newcastle-on-Tyne to mastar.
and 17 in blk. 70 West King. Belmont Maristone, Br as, Prout, 2513, Nor-
numbering $100.00 and other consid- Naval Stores Market folk to order.
(rations. Savannah, Ga., Sept. 26.-The naval' r. ss Mariner, Capt, Bubb, from
Jos. F_ Hubbdrd to W. E. Mason, E L stores market closed to-day as fol- New Orleans.
1, of NW%.4 and N'E4 of SWi' of Sec. lows: Niceto. Span ss, Bervtigut, 1822.
( Tp. 4 N. R. 33 W., containing 120 WW.. .. .. .. ..............6 60 Liverpool.
acres more or less, $300.00. WG .. ....................... 5 20 Riplingham. Br as, Heworth, 1649,
J .J. Hooton to D. D. Stephenson, all N .. ..........................4 80 Tenereiffe to tFr. J. Schreyer.
of blk. 262. New City Tract, $2000.00. M .. .. ............4 70 to 4 75 Saba, Br ss, Holliday, iti0S, Trinidad
Aaron Johnson to Elizabeth Eugeno, K .. ...... .. ........4 V5 to 4 70 to Pensacola Lumber Co.
lots 21. 22 and 23 in blk. 37, East King I.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..4 65 Slmonside, Pr as, Robson. 195,
Tract, $700.0. H...... .....................4 60 Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Anna Johnson to Emily C. Wright, G .. .... .....................4 55 Trident, Br ss, Innes, 2036, Cardiff
lot 30 blk. 71, West King, Belmnot No.,jF.. .. ......................4 50 Ships.
S50.00. E.. .. .. .. ..................4 30 Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
Americus Mitchell to Rebecca Mitch- D.. ........................3 90 men to Master.
ell. W1 of lot 130, in blk. 13 Old City, C... .. .. .. ..........3 45 to 3 55
$1.00. Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. Barg.
Pensacola Investment Co. to D. D. Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Step'henscn r2-3 interest) and Charles Gloucester to order.
L Woods (1-3 interest), lots 6 to 17, COTTON Hudson. Nor bk, Knudsen, 771, Lon-
bth inclusive, in blk. 75, New City, T T don to order.
o00o,0 1, ; The following cotton quotations are Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227
Edward *Wallace to Chas. Kelly, 3%' reported for The Journal o'aily by C. London.
acr.s in Sec. 6. Tp. 5, .. R. 30 W., Gunter Elmore. F. 0. B. cotton brolkar, Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia,
$1 .0. Pensacola, Fla.: 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
Pill Wallace to Reuben Robinson,I eso Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors-
S0 ft. b.v 100 ft. in Sec. 8, Tp. 5, N. R. Good Middling ............ ..10% ground to A. Zelius.
30 W.. $30.00. Strict Middling............. 10 Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
Emily C Wright to Anna Johnson, Middling.. ........ .. .. .. ..10% Rotterdam.
West 30 fe. of East 60 ft. of lots 1, 2, Strict Low Mid 'ling .... .. .. 104M Barkentines.
2 4 in blk. 71. West King, Belmont Stains and Tinges % to 1 cent lower. Alfa. Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen,
Numbering, $150o.O. Q Ceara, Brazil.
New York Quotations.
FEEL IMPENDING DOOM. i New York. Sept. 26.-The following Ccnooner.
The feeling of impending doom in are the ruling cotton quotations to- Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
the minds of many victims of Bright's. day: ; 165, Belize to master.
is.-as. and dahe-tes has been chang- Open Close Doris, Am sh, Wilkie, 310 Havana
.i :o IhankfiIlness by the benefit ao-. January .... .. .. .. ..10.99 10.92 Elma, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha.
r.vNd from 'ak:ng Foley's Kidney October.......... ..10.73 10.66 vana.
.::r.' It wicu' re in. iplent B-ight's December ...... .. ..10.92 10.86, Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc!san, 55, Key
:a:net.- ard ,-en in h- worst cas West to Gulf Transit Co.
.vs con:for: ani re:ief. Slight dis Liverpool Quotations. i Noas, Rus sch, Sneedie, 333, Glou-
ordlers are cure i r a few day-. "I Liverpool. Sept. 26.-The following' cester to Master.
had diabetes in ri' worst form," write itc, the ruling cotton quotations today: :
Mar:,)on Le of Dun:-eath, Ind. "I Open Close It's folly to suffer from that horrible
tried eight ph-'ri-ns i-ith relief. Only Oct.-Nov....... .. ........ 5.7 5.7 plague of the night, itching piles.


:roee boI:es of F iley s Kidney Cure Nv.-l)ec.. .. .. .. ......5.79 57.' Doan's Ointment cures, quickly ani
made ine a vweli man." W. A lec.-Jan........ .. ...82 5.81 Ip-rmanently. At any drug store, 50
DAlembe-:te, D:uL'-,st and Apothe cents.
cary. CERTIFIED CHECK CIGAR
.-c-noi r uvoir e tes.n i --. w o


To Open Danc:ng Scon
Mi..s lhor.u l))i(-.v will
i: ;1i'i! ^r chc ol 'T'irsdaay
S.p: m:her 2<';. at C. K. of A
Low ra.',, a, ,^nm:lltrn 11
r n i ni r'i.":'i.


Pensacola Dyeing, I

ing and Pressing
is the place to send your clot
Dyod. C: They are no wv in a position t
your work more efficiently tl


E. L. REESE,


Phone 675.


Prol


No. 11 North Palafox 8



I Did It Evef

A was A.% Uf


Low rates at Southern Hotel for


loo!.


open her Some time since The Journal pub- rooms and board.
evening. sh!ed an acknowledgement of the re-
L Hall. ,('lp of a box of "'Certifled Ch,-cik____
S l Cigars7." from A. Greenht & Co., with .
lotel f;r a comment to the effect that the staff TERSELY TOLD -
was using them to good purpose in re- 4 BUSINESS LOCALS. -
polling the attacks of the festive mos- i
q.ito. A Grpenhut & Co. are now in 44it. f4
Sreceipt of the following letter from the
Clean- anufa.urers Hend-ix & Carpenter will furnish
Binghamton. N. Y., Sept. 22, 1905. esimaiTs on building and painting
Club A Greenhut & Co., and give personal attpn'ion to work.'
Club Pensacola. la. 93 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua
Gentlemen:-We are just in receipt streets.
hes to be cl a copy of The Peneacola Journal
Repaired. containing a pleasant little notice of I cKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale
to handle the Certified Check Cigar. We have reti so l
han ever. always known that our cigars would and retail ship chandler and grocers,
cure the blues, dyspepsia and rheuma- the only first-class house of the kind
tism, but never had the opportunity in Pensacola. Fair l^ es to alL
P before of experimenting with the yel-
prietor. I low fever, and sincerely hope that the cWhy use lferior paer, whDen you
chance will never come again, can buy Kelso Bond, eBench Dimity,
street. If the smoke from Certified Check Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Cigars will drive away the mosquito,: Thompson's 30 S. Palafox.
which they tell us carries the disease,
we would be willing to donate a Low rates at Southern Hotel for
supply to aid your citizens in keeping rooms and board.
it away from Pensacola. With best
Svishes, we remain, NICE FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS!
Yours respectfully. ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
GEO. A. KENT COMPANY. ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
J. N. Bogert, Vice-Pres. APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
-:n_ A A I


DAY I.
MAKING CAMPHOR.
A simple Piecess With a snl Mew er
Simple Apps. Legal Advertisemenits
"To make camphor." said a chemist, Notice of Application for Permit to
"you put in chips at one hole, and out Sell Liquors. Wines an Beer. Where-
of another hole yon draw the crude as, D. W. Nims and W. W. Nims, part-
product in coarse white grains like salt. ners trading and doing business under
"Wherever camphor trees grow you the firm name of D. W. Nims & Son,
will find camphor distilleries. They have filed with the Board of County
are low buildings of mud brick, and Commissioners for Escambia county,
their odor is so aromatic that it can Florida, their application for permit
be detected two miles off. to sell liquors, wines and beer :n
"In each building there are a doen Election District 12, of said county
fires. On each fire is a kettle of boll- and state; any citizen of such elec-
ing water with a perforated lid. Fitted; tion district may show cause, if any
on the top of this kettle is an iron cyl- there be, at the meeting of the baar!
inder filled with camphor chps of the to be hed on Tueday, the 10th dy
Fize of your little finger. Fitted to the of Octor anexr why such permit
should not be granted. A. M. McMil-
top of the cylinder is an empty Ian. Clerk of the Board of County
averted jar. Commissioners, Escambia county.
"There is your whole apparatus, a Florida. Septl3oaw4w
simple thing which works simply. The
steam of the boiling water passing up Notice of Application for Permit to
through the cylinder extracts from the Seil Liquors, Wines and Beer. Whe-e-
camphor wood its oil. This oil, mount- as W. L. Gilmore has flied with the
Ing still upward with the steam, set- Board of County Commissioners for
tles like a brine on the sides of the in- Escambia county. Florida, his appii-
verted jar at the top. This brine, when cation for permit to sell liquors, wines
the fire goes out, dries into a substance and beer in Election District No. 13
like frost or snow. of sa'd county and state: any citizen
"White and aromatic, the frostlike of such election district may show
substance is the crude camphor. It Is cause. if any there be. at the meeting
scraped off the sides of t rand of the board to be held on Tuesday,
scraped off the sides of the jar and re- h 1 a of O e
fined and pressed into tb(oe attractive the 10th day of October next why
balls and cubes that you buy at a high A M. McMillan, Clerk of the Board
price everywhere.'-Kansas City In, L-. of County Commissioners, Escambia
pendent. county, Florida. Septl3oaw4w
Low rates at Southern Hotel for Low rates at Southern Hotel for
rooms and board, rooms and board.


It


required by all life insurance, r 'npar'es ar" -no on the
refused list. You (-;'n't atTfr,l to rake thi, r.sk l .ger.
Better close up that policy in the Equitable to-day.


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Knowles Bros.


Gen'1 Avts
n .-vzo 3


The Union Central Life


has a lower death rate, lower expense rate, and higher
lateret rate than any company doing business in Florlid.
Is should be easy for you to decide the reL.

RBS. Wllliams, General Agent. i






Iron Works and Supply Co. n
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or nighL Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Pione 1029. P. 0. Box 123.




Wanted-


Real


Estate I


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


market.


Escambia


Phone 1052.


Realty


Co.


Fisher Building.


INO YELLOW FEVER


No Headache


No Backache!


* as long as you drink


Green


River


The ffial Whiskey of the United States Government,


THE LEWIS BEAR CO.,


AGENTS.


*aaa aaaaasessssse"suweaswwesaeeeeeeeaaaa


Think of the
Time Saved


Cooking with Gas!


Gas Range Installed Ready for Use for $13.


PENSACOLA GAS CO.


27 East Garden Street.


Phone 148.


4 4o so$**eee$*******'*****************9 "**4

eOrder Troxr
ICE, COAL and WOOD
rezm tlho
Consumers' I*e nd Fuel Company.
Office-Corner Chbme and Tarragona. Phone 259. ,


JACKSONVILLE'S REAL ESTATE


uccur 10 iYou
that an air of prosperity com-
nmands rspec.t?
You know there is a very fit-
tine expression that "you can
get more with your diamonds on
hian you can get on your dia-
monds." and it's a fact.

Your Appearance

is Your Introduction.
A well-groon'-. man not only
oTrnnian's resp' ",. but demands
it. and it (,.esn'i require? such
an awful o' ilay to give a good
front: it s care in buying.
Don' go to Mr. Credit Store
and pay one-tb .r.i more for the
same qua.!y:. Come in and see
our line ,.f
CLOTHING. HATS SHOES
AND FURNISHINGS AT
CASH PRICES.



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