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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: October 1, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. ,VIII NO. 22 PENSAOOLA. FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1905. PRICE 5 CE
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TH TE ERRILE A
INSANE

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Pan uI u WAG NINE AND YOUNG-
EST WAS A fAtE IN ARMS-
AMVEG OF 4 A DAY WOMAN HERWF DD FROM
INJURIES OF THE FIRE.

tmi a b ImK M Id,, .., f
Thu &Bl Rock Islan, Ill, Sept. L0.-Mrs.
SIClarence Markham t of Cambridge,.
near her, in a St of temporary insan-
Ity today killed bwr sevea children
Pi0VOCIANS EXPECT TO ERA. wit am a e, after whica fh placed
the bodies on a bed. saturated them
CATE THE O*EASE WNT IRELY with coal oil and set fe t e t. She
Rn END Off OCTO&R was recued bat was so badly burned
SEND OF OT R- that e died eoa after she had made
TTH WEEK OF THE F4GHT a conIeston. The eldest of the chil-
dea was nine lad the youngest was a
WAS COMPLETED YESTERDAY. babe Ia arms.

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New Orteas, Sept. 30.-
lolag is the official report
4 p. M:
New Case today, 31; tot
4ate, 3,'.
Deaths today, 2; total
dol. 88.
New foci, 11.
ases wander treatment,
Cases discharged, 2,372.


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A TWc Rin Sterm. aidh Hum Pnimih .
Nw Orleans, Sept. 30.-A terrific : WI
Ue2a storm that temporarily put many II 'mi 8Tn M Vry
estmes under water descended on the I
city today, bot as the waterr was speed- j P
ely arrived off by drainage machines *s liis
Stereo was so let-up in the worn of
iltba the physiciaa or the inspectors, Secial to The Journal.
The Uamber of new cases again Abbeville, S. C., Sept. 30.-The pre-
eamsm e o tio to the authorities, luminary examination of John A. Ash-
d the desth lit is again a source of ley, J. IL Moore, William Moore, Hugh
g tMIetm, potti g aetakably to, Bowen an' Sam Bigby, charged with
the bfet that the type of fever to mild. lynching Le negro, Allen Pendeltor.
PFom the beginning of August the September 17, W*s held here today.
physicians were in a state of continual The judge admitted the men to ball.
suspense over the possibility that a' pacing the bond at $7000.00 each,
ka former years the fever woulj deve,-I which was furnished.
or into a malignant form. Precisely,
the contrary has been true from th M R
end of Augwst to the present time. MARSHn L SOLD
During the month of August there was
a total of 228 deaths. During Sept(em- AT ISN POUNDi
ber there has leen less than halt ,t ofO 0 UH W\
that number, or a total of 111. an aver-
age of but four per day. Normally.
when no epidemic of fever is here. the ANIMALS BROUGHT FROM 45
number of deaths daily from all dis.-
eases average between eighteen and CENTS TO $1.70 AND SMALL
twenty. BOYS WERE PURCHASERS
A comparison with 1I97 shows the BOYS WERE PURCHASERS.
f\'ver wai increasiur at :h;s time, al
,Carge proportion of the- otal deaths oc-
,CLrring in October., hile nt-w the fev- Sixteen or seventeen goats and two
er is steadily waning. with a small samll pigs were auctioned yesterday
lanortality and v ,v.-r pro. i a, : by Marshal Schad in front of the city
!will oompletely disaplita; l!ot,, the iall. These animals were gathered
coming month has pass about the city by the "official" cow-
Today comIn loes ih tienth wek of catcher and put in the city pound, and
thl fight agaus: :he ti:saase. w( re never claimed by their respective


'IS RAPIDLY SPREADING
THROUGHOUT MISSISSIPPI

Jackson. M'-s Fo:!y .x:n:
tI th',e ft ver tummar' f,< 'he -.a;.i to-
day V;.:ke'r, w two eath-: Hamhu-g hi ;he ii'w (.I -.
G iulfport iw,, n w <-as,'-. mi-\ sippj
C i;'. tW 'Ti :., cas, ..'; 1-'.i. .-nc
, b ri(t lG .i ;w o *t. < ; *; t::s i ;',~ .
Nton P nt tyn'r cas - :-ar :3 n .!-< "-
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ALABAMA QUARANTINES
WHOLE STATE OF MiSS:SSIPPI
Pirminnghap, $." "" :' -- a'.
IHea'th ( Wficer W. it aanr,' ". a< r .
'(.-n.ul>a'i n v '! :. !,h..r :.,. h,'' i ;.
arino-mtn'e ,: ;hat A l ,,';'t :: n *'-;' ,;i 'in( ,1
the ord-1" "*- i "ff a: ;hrt'-
S'clek ;'!i.- o' n n iT':i act n on
irp < "'i "* r .';" o :!i.t ro 'en ,
spread e y, \ :- "' ::. na "t 'a '
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BASEBALL
September 30


By Asoc:.ated Press.


Americanu Leacue.


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owners.
The auction sale had been advertis-
Sd evidently among the small boys as
there were about fifty of them prevs-
eni. of all sir s. shades, graces and!
.-mpennent. Each was prepared to
i:.alte tho purchase of a goat and when
'he cry of "how much am I offered"
we(-t up nearly all of them bid fifty!
( ,nts-pr, bably the extent of the "pile'"
of each.
Th. r,' brought ip about $14.00. a
ci-at deal more than cou:d have been
i.i aized at private sale. The cheap-,
es: goat went for 45 cent, while the'
rarestt '. mragi nfcent sum of $1.70. and many
--:' >oys wyre maa* glan. and, in-;
:(,, ;'"y. many small goats were
itatl ui.happy

FATHER TURNER

GOES TO MOBILE

WILL BE SECRETARY TO BISHOP
AND CHANCELLOR OF THAT
DIOCESE.

Thi nt: n frien,-.'s .f Rev'. F'the:.
P.' r Turner. who has been in Pen-
..:, a. a.ssis:'nz Father Fullerton,
fv: .c,',al months past. will regret 'o
'eail1: that ne will leave tomorrow f,
M 0-lHe i, has received .1 call to pro-
ete.' h't'-r. o ac: as secretary to *h:'
' *p ; ::n chancellor of the diocese.
F. 'r T-'-rr has made a host of
:rh nds in Pensacola wh.i are exceed-
Ct'(e'ing' sorry to see him leave. H.,
: ,, firs; to Nashville and then to
ytct i.e.
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION
POSTPONES ITS MEETING


Owing to the existanee of yellow
fever, and quarantine regulations, t.)c
mect:ng f the Pensacola Bay Baptist
Ast.-',-iation appointed for Oct. 19. In
SMil-'n. has been changed to Decem-
ber 7 Noi doub: by that time the?
Sci,,uus will have passed away, and the
Meeting will be a suceastul one.


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on is nl UUr U inedthe A
Bod to Answer Charge 9 ur- e
diing tHer Husband. THE LARGiST OUTPOURING OF
PEOPLE WHICH WASHINGTON
Carnesvlle, Ga., Sep:. 80.-Mrs.
Amanda Cobb, who has been indicted HAS SEEN SINCE LAST SPRING'S
on the charge of murde-ing her hus- INAUGURATION-TtfE PRESI-
band, came 'here from her home at INAUGURATION-T PRES
Roystqa today and a motion was made DENT WAS DEEPLY TOUCHED
for ball. Tea thousand dollars was
agreed ppon and the bond was BY POPULAR WELCOME.
promptly made. One member of the
grand Jury signed her bond.
By Associated Pess..
SIPC MNS S ARE Washington, Sept. 30.-Thousands
of his fellow cli:iens turned out to
I welcome Preside:_t Roosevelt to the
BlNGu ISSUD ..national ca ital this evening and
made his home coming the occasion
for an ovation from the ttae he waa
.i 'hted on the ':atfunrm of this car un-
COUTY TAX COLLECTOR ROB- .il hc passed within the doors of the
ERT WAS BUSY YESTERDAY wh,tc hause. There was no band
ET WAS BUS Y YESTERDAY music, but the sweeter meibJy of the
WITH FISCAL YEAR WORK. cheers of th ass.nmblel people made
the air ring with hurrah aLs the ca:'-
riages p:.-te I :-z'wlv up ;ie avenue.
'IThe p:'e.i; tt v. as deeiply to.'ihe I
Tax Collector Roberts had a busy b. the I t. as deeply" by ch
day yesterday is3uin, licenses for the sp-n:ane:. ( was awittly kin i 0
year which begins today. The total tlhem to ( -:, out to re me;1. 'a'
number of licenses issued during the l was deeply. deeply tauciled b. : :...r
welcome," he remarked to tfriea.r
day .mounted to 75, including four welcome, e remarked to r
at the white house.
saloon licenses. The County Commis- Not since the last iaauguration dey
stoners have granted 41 liquor licenses has Pennsylvania, avenue held such a.
aireaoy and there are three or four crowd as line it this aternoon from
more to be issued. This will give the station to the white gouse. Ac
Fensacola 44 or 46 saloons. Evidently oompanytng thp president -were Mrs
Peaamoola people are of a dry rt. Roosevlt,. Kermait jQuentir.,
and also Secrtary of St~ # Robor and
EMPEROR WILLIAM CONFERS Secretary of the Treasury Shaw.
HIGHEST ORDER ON M. WITTE CHOLERA HAS ABOUT RUN
ITS COURSE IN GERMANY
By Associated Press. T I
Berlin, S'pt. 30.-Accerding to a By Associated Press
dispatch from St. Peter;,iurg, En.ppr Berlin. Sep. 30.-It i;- offi( iJlly a -
or has conferred on M. Witte Ger r.o'nce, ,that one ne many's highest order, the black eagle and no deaths are r'r-rtd in l-; -
and presented him with a portrait twenty-four h-irs ening ar noon 'I(-
frrmed in gold and inscribed with th( dny. The totals to date are 236 case:;
emperor's own hand. and 87 deaths.


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FImNISHES BIG


BOND DOES


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Playing Policy-The Insurance Game.
DIAGRAM AS DRAWN FROM tHE TESTiIMOY VW IN THE N ViTIGATION OF SOME OF OUR IN'Slt-
ANc3 COMPANMS.


CHAS. H. ti4b.


WORLD'S WALKING

RECORD BROKEN

AN AMATUER WALKS EIGHT
MILES IN LESS THAN FIFTY.
NINE MINUTES.

By Associated Press.
Iondon. Sept. 30.--G. S. Larn.d, an
amatuer, beat the world's professional
and amatuer walking records for eight
miles, at Stanfcr Bridge, doing the
distance in j6 8 2-5 seconds.

NPGRO SLASHES LADY WITH
RAZOR WITH TERRIBLE EFFECTI
By Associated Press.


Cases on the Ships.
The three cases which were dscov.
ered aboard the German ship KaI er
yesterday w'rop the natural l result of In-.
fection from the other seamen who
were taken sick with the ferer a few
days ago. It is possible that other
cases wll develop on board, although
the ship has been twice fumigated and
disinfect,?i'. The supposition is that
nearly the whole crew were btt bi by
Infected nlowE4itoE(s and very natural-
ly more cases are looked for.
The case of the Italian sailor on
board the st'amship Copera developed
yesterday, and he may be taken, to.

(Continues on Third Page.)


FOOTBALL
September 30.
By Associated Press.


i1ttie MOCk, ArK., eprt. a-j.--.!hn,: Harvard 12. Wiliams 0.
Mayes, a negro, entered the residence' Princeton *3, Wa-shlniton and Jet.
of Mrs. Lehman Leob, mother of Joi.' frson 0.
Leob, a prominent attorney of th'. ornell 12, Coileate 11
Chicago University 15, Wabash-Co,.
city, this afternoon and when discov- umbia 23.
ered attacked Mrs. Leob with a razor1 Union University of Pennsylvanit
The negro slashed Mrs. Loeb's neck 35. Lehigh 0.
narrowly missing the Juglar vein. University of Michizan G5, Ohle
Shc is in a serious condition. Yesleyan 0.
At a lat e hour tonight several hun- University of Tennessee 16, Temses
dred citizens are congregated about Ise deaf and dumb I .
the jail, where Mayes is supposed tol Westpoint 18, Tufts college 0.
be confined. Talk of lyrching bin is Yale first eleven 0, Yale scoum4
very strog., eleven 0.


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THE DETENTION CAMP TO DECREASE IN

BE ESTABLISHED MONDAY TfH NEW CASES

SUl I h UN wm 25 apToms and SS


ORMES WILL U N MRB1 Ea1l t ".One Pensacola's Few Situation Yes-
Hundred PerMs. terday Slight Improved Ow ,v

., That of Wa y P oi s.
lFOH THE NSo I S SURGEON CHASE. E 'ANKS WILL
HAVE CHARGE OF PLACE AND A
AT RIGIO SEMI.MILITARYDISCI. TAKE PRECAUTION
PLINU WILL BE ENFORCED. -


Eloquent Georgian Announces His The detention camp has at l That t isthe Thiq to m Bi
been established and it will be ready Spread is PreventMd.
Ca iacy to Succeed Sen- to receive Gocupants Monday' morn-
Candidacytto Succeeng.-
ator A. 0. Bacon. go nment rervat 33 me UPERNTENOENT WILUAMS AT
north of Pensacola and 10 miles POOR FARM IS AMONG LATEST
Special to The Journal. south of the Alabama line. It has been
John Temple Graves, editor of th established by the Marine Hospital FEVER PATIENTS-HIS CASE
Atlanta News, today announces his Service, under whose charge it will be
candidacy for the United States senate conducted, and it Is intended for the WILL BE CLOSELY GUARDED
to succeed Senator A. 0. Bacon, whose benefit of persons in Pensacola who TO PREVENT INPWTION OF
term expires in March. 1907. desire to leave this city for points in
states which have quarantined against CHARGES AT FARM.
Florida.
TFACHERS CAN'T The period of detention will be one
week. Applicants for admission to ------- --s---
[ Tthe camp must file their applicatimonm :3S..U=
GET TO SCHOOLS with Dr. Porter In this city and as *
fast as there is room for them taey Following eI the aofial f .*
will be given permission to enter it. mary of the yellow fever stt '
PRESENT QUARANTINE REGULA- For the information of those desiring ^4 tion up to last n4ght:
to avail themselves of tne privileges New cases.. ............. 14
TIONS INTERFERE WITH of the camp, Mayor Bliss has issue- l1 Total cases to dae...1....13
the following notice: Deaths yesterday ......... 3
SCHOOLS IN COUNTRYh Total deaths to-date ..... 26
Notice. Total discharged .......... 61
DISTRICT. Surgeon Chas. E. Banks, in charge Cases under treatment...... 76
of the Detention Camp at McDavld, *
F]orida, expects to have the camp P-7:-4N7- -== ==-- -r
Supt. Cook is having his share of open Monday noon for the reception -
trouble on account of yellow fever of the first contingent of persons de- Fourteen new cases and thie deaths
t b siring to use it. He has requested the is the yellow fev,., report for yester-
and th.e sub.equc't quarantine regu- Mayor to give public notice as to the day according to the reports of the
lath:: Many of ;he schools of ,tho user of it by such as desire to leave physicians to the statp health officer
coutII ,N .. he'!-'lJ t., open tomor- 'Pensacola to seek safety elsewhere. -last night. This is a slight decrease
row, but it i doil)iful if there will be It has been established by the Gov- in the new cases from the day prew
teac',(rs enough to go round. i ernment for the necessities of the peo- ous.
Fe:cy-one teachers will go to work pie of Pensacola, and owing to the re- The Deaths.
to:ui i.ow, 39 white, and 2 colored; strictions of travel through other The names,of the unfortunates who
bui -:'-e :*' still 15 ..hite. schools, states, it is necessary that the most succumbed to" the disease yesterday
requiring 16 teachers a :. 7 colored rigid discipline, semn-military in are:
teachers short. character, be enforced in order that Johonnes Bracker, sailor, St. An-
Supl. Cook says he has a number the object of the camp may be realiz- thony's hospital.
of colored teftchers .for the countrY ed without hindrance. a Wm. T. King, .National Hotel, 120
schools in the c:ty, biu on account of There will be 25 large 'wal ed tgnts p Government street.
the quarantine tl'y will n') be able accommodating four persons each, mak- T e McClenney (colored), 112 E.
to report for duty for if, pre:-ent. Ing the complement of 100 for each Tarragona street.
I( is imp-ssiblc to sa .v the mat- we(k's detention; these are encloseelTragon street.
t(r will be arranged :: ti'.-:e by a double line of barbed wire fenc- The New'Caaes.
is nothing to do eoxc'r t ak t'I, icr patrolled by guards to prevent the Those whose illness was reported by
I,' St of the situaticn. dr ::Iure( of any inmate without per- the health authorities yesterday are:
It Ihas been definitely :!d. ndo,'- mi;:,n of the officer in charge. At Mr. Williams, superint-ndent Poor
ovr, that the city s., ,' will n,.t th end of seven. days a certificate of Farm.
t.-n at least until Nov n l br 1, Iwl ,': healrt will be issued, providing the J. W. McMillan (colored), 504 X.
it is hoped that rhinos iil be in bel- person remains in good healMh, and Chase street.
t, r shape in the 'ity. this will allow him to travel without: IAzzie Barter, 1314 E. Jsc~on street.
turtheir (ltijculty to any point. Adele Pyvits, 100 Florida Blanco
The (omloirts of home life cannot Robert 'Touart, 108 Florttid:Blaacm
I be r alizl-d in this cam), and those Jno. Moyer, rntendencia street.
Swhe. co in to it must expect to live Miss. Brnestine Fordhmn, 216 E.
a camp live pure and simple. It I. Zarragossa street.
located on a beautiful site surrounded Jas. W. Ely, 10th street and 22nd
by woods, and is remarkably free from avenue.
mosquitoes. According to present ob- Willis Savage, 307 Selama street.
seivations there is plenty of good port- Mrs. Stelnna ,Joob~sn, 704 W. Maia
able water on the place. street.
All infractions with the camp rule; Bosco Otnseppe, salor, Ita.
will be severely dealt with, and per Steamer Caprero.
son or persons making trouble will be S'eook Mate and two saMorsm-f Ger.
returned to Pensacola under guard, man ship Kaiser.
and their cases dealt with as distur- Must Take Precautions.
pances provoked in United States The nuanber of new case- or ye&
/ reservation. terday Is greater than was samly ex,
Uses of the camp are advised to pected. It tends to show that the die.
bring necessary toilet articles, and it e.ase is spreading and that addition .
possible a light rool of blankets for precaution should be taken to fmit.
emergency usea if the nights are ar- screen and not to allow stagnant
ticularly cod or damp. ach bed had water to remain about prW ises r Il
one blanket. There will be inspection receptioles about the y ard. '
twice a day by medical officers as to It is hardly probable that the 'e
the health of the camp population, will be as large in the next t a~y,
With this understanding of matters as there are but ery few
in advance Surgeon Banks hopes that cases reported so far, an 'thepeople
th. object of the camp w!ll be realiz- ere taking more precautiowathem re
..... ed with the least possible friction and tofore.
dissatisfaction... .








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AUTUMN'S FALL PROCESSION OF FASHION WILL BEGIN HERE TO-MORROW.


Istce Open


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Clsem at 5 pDi.


we bIkeM It e o I so b"et to say tSkA the doors of thIf t stmw wW# e~A to-serrOow
morning on the greatest OlleetUon of New F AN needs that has ever been brought here
for your selstlon. Nor do we bIlove their will be any Ocntentlon of opinion after you
have wtne sed the display.


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IMPORTANT OFFERING IN DRESS .GOODS
of a,' thc l',*,t weaves, such its B;:ik and White Panne Broadcloth, Chif-
fon Broadotbvh, G-naran- d Sponged and Spot Proof Broadcloth, in all the
Timos d -irmai:e 5had-., Al!-Woo0; Sa:tn Prunella, Scotch Homespuns, All-
Wool Spuinge.l Ch,,viots. the Flannel Renaissance, Henrietta sad )rap i)',.e
Mohasrs. BHllian'ine an,] Sicilian.., n all the leading shades, including
black ani Whi:n. Mohair Chene, Mohiir Checks. Mohair Radium and change-
able pffeots.. Invisible and Shadow Patterns. All Wool Silk Plaid Scotch
Mar Siing. AVl Vool Panama Suni.Ings, Crepe de Paris. Silk Down and
k iffon de H)lipne, in ali imaginable shades are to be found here.


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SPECIAL NOTICE.
For the benefit of our customer; and the people who are away frotn
here on account of the prevailing 'ever, We will state that oar buyer, who
was in New York some three or more weeks before the outbreak of fever
here, selected and bought a much larger stock of Fall and Winter goods
In all departments than over in the history of our business, and we will
further state that you need not fea? being able to get the very latest and
up to-date goods when you return.


IQ1NSOINT


MAGNIFICENT SHOWING IN SILKS
of all the new weaves from the greatest looms in the world, consisting of
Silk Bar Scotch Plaid Waimtings. Snake Skin Moire Velour, A"l-hk lRi1'nU
Chiffon Taffeta, Black Pean de oI ,na. Blaek Peau de Sole, Pean de Mesa.
line, Banzai Silk, Pride of Japan, lit'ck Shantung Pongee, Crepe de Chte
and Taffeta Silks in every cone 'able shade.
AUTUMN MILLINERY SHOWING.
Fall styles as produced 1by Frenc.h and American experts, Trimmed
Dress, Street and Carriage Hats, Turbans, Toques and Tailor Suit flats,
Phipps and Gage Bros.' celebrated And renowned Hats for re:'.aed headwear
are here; also clever creations from our own workroom.


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rog e the order ot ervicsl at 7:30 p. m.. every fourth Sunday.
At the various ebhrc ba today: Sunday school at 10 a. a. Fred
!flum, superintendent
St. Michwel's Cf re, First mass 7 *
p'tlock; children s mass 9 o'clock; last Christian.
Xaf 10e:30 o'clock; vepers 4 o'clock. First Cnrist'an Church-Corner Al.
St. Joseph's ChUarb-Services as Tol- caniz and Gregory streets. Sunday
wsV: ,Ischool 9:45 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt.
Sunday a. m. IOvw Mass ana' In- Communion at 11:00 a. m. Prayer
nwtrrme 9 a. m. Sunday eebsol. 10 meeting every Thursday at 8 p. m.
a. nm. High Mass ad Instruction. 4 p. *
n. Vespers. Roery anid Benediction of
th lpasssed S -eraient. Oaptit.
Mass during the w -ek is at 7:30 a. First Baptist Church-Rev. F. Jo*na
in. except Modayvs and Fridays, when pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. No
it Is at a. m. during lent and the services at night. Sunday school at
asths of May aad October it is at %:30 a. m.. E. D. Beggs, superintend-
8 a. m. ant. Sunlyeam Society 4 p. m.; Y. B.
Confessions in the evenings before P. U. 7 p m.
Sndays. Holy I la'otObligation and; West Hill church.-E. A. Cottrell,
First F'rikys from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
Baptismxt Sundays at 2 p. m. or by 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
aepintment. at 7:3S0 p. m.
P East End Baeptipt Church-8. Y.
Epi~s~l. Pitts. pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley. Preaching 11 a. m. Wrght's Mill
D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30 Shed. career of 10th avenue and Ara-
and 11 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Sunday gou street. A cordial invitation is eX-
school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and'tended to all.
Friday service at 5:20 p. m. * *
L. KatharttVs-4ervantes and Da- Lutheran Church.
vis streets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe rec- German Lutheran Church--Rev. J.
,or. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Sunday
m. and 4 p m. Sunday school .30 a., school 9 a. m. Givrman service with
m. All welcome. boly communion 10:30 a. m.; confes-
St. John's Church--Warrington. Rev. son 10 a. m. nriglish service 7 p. m.
A. T. Sharpe, minister Ia chargC j hurch offering in all services.
Evetg prayer ad semen. 7:0 p. Scandinavian ,Lutheran Chure.h-
s* 0Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 .n. m.,
-*K lt- j Ryev. Hele, Pastor.
Nalatex Street Methodit Caburcb- * *
Rev. B C. Gienn, pastor. Reglw6r j Church of Christ.
vics at 11 a. i. and 7:30 p. m. Sun-
da6 school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andtews,. Church of Christ-Corner Alcants
super tne worth League 6:0 anud Jackson streets. B'i'e school 9:45
P. L a m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45
Gadsden Street Methodist Church- ni. by W. T. Tracy. I'ayer meeting
reaching at 11 a. n. and 7:30 p.m. by Wvdnesda3 night at 8 o'clock.
the pastor. Rev. F. A. -Rogers. S- -
d4a echbil .380 a. a. worth L Universalist
7 p. m. tInt Universalist Church-East
Roed's Ch.pel-Rev. Ge. W. Car- Chase street. Sunday school at 10 a.
center. Pastor-Services every first .; Y. P. C. U.. 7:00 p. m. All are
Bsday at I L m.. by the pastor; Sun- cordially invited.
day mebooi at l a. J. K. Bel. .
see Wharf Chuh-Rev. o. Presbyter
W cr r w.h&M- v e, I First Presbyterian Church-Rev
Afa saW 'third uoday at 7:30 p. Jalian S 8. Sibley, pastor. Sunday
co trr by the VMT. n1U4 seltoo 9:3# a. m. Christian Endeavor
school at 3:2 p. a. _. N. Anmiws. 5 p. m. There will be preaching
supermten'eat. Prayr meeting every at 11 a. m. by Rev. Sylvester Weeks,
ThMuday at t at 7:3 o'clock. D. D.
Wa.rriatoa berch--ev. O(h. W. Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave
COrpmter, PIasteAr--Srtees every r.ue Mission at 4 p. m. C F. Zeek.


of medicine.


FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE


strengthens the urinary organs,
builds up the kidneys and invig-
orates the whole system.
IT18 IS AMANTEED


TWO SIZES 0E md S1 1O


superintendeat All are cordially tI
iled.
Salvation Army.
Services every night at 8 o'clock n
the tent, South Bast Corner Seville
square. A cordial invitation to all is
extended. Richard Norris, captain in
charge.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
First Church of Christ, Scientist-
Service at 11 a. m. Services will bf.
held In the Pensacola Library build-
ing on east Chaos street.
Christian Salenme.
The Christian Scientists hold their
meeting Sunday at the Masonic Tem-
ple at 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet-
ing will be at 5 p. m.. same place.
Separation of Race* in Alabama.
Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 30.-The
railroad companies operating in this
state wer? directed today by the rail-
road commission to partition passen-
ger coaches lor separate accommoda-
tions for whites ana' negroes more e.-
fectively. Final assurance was re-
ceived of completed plans for the Im-
mediate construction of the new pas-
s(nger depot at Mobile, and numerous
ciders of minor importance were issum
ed today at the September meeting of
the Alabama Railroad Commission.
Safeblowers Get S500 Cash.
Trussville, Ala., Sept. 30.-Unknown
persons entered the store of Glen
Brothers here last night, blew open
the safe and secured about $500 in
cL.Mh, in addition to some merchandise.
The store of Newman & Berry war
vlso entered and an unsuccessful at-
tempt made to blow the safe. Some
merchandise was secureao from the lat-
ter store. The robbers escaped.
Little Chance for President Harper.
Chicago. Sept. 30.-It has been dr-
cided by the physicians in attendance"
upon President Harper of Chicago
University that nothing will save nhi
life but a surgical operation of heroic
character, the removal of a portion <'1
the large intestine. It is, however,
admitted that the chances are grear-
ly against the permanent relief of the
patient, if the operation Us performed.
JaPs Feared Financial Failure.
Tfkio, Sept. 30.-Notwit httanding
the silence of the Government the real
fact is disclosed that the Japanese
made peace at Portsmouth on fear ot
a financial breakdown. The war
proved more costly than had be.n ca:-
culated and the rice and cereal crops
seemed doomed to failure. Six
months more of warfare would have
meant very hard times.


That Alabama Quarantine.
Quarantines are always more or
less cruel. Alabama now bears the
distinction of being unreasonably
scared. Her refusal to allow any one
f!om Florida to enter that state in-
flicts great hardships. The authorities
of Alabama know as well as any one
that no fatal disease exists in Florida
except at Pensacola, yet citizens of
Jacksonville and St. Augustine, near-
ly 400 miles from Pensacola are denied
admission, as the following from the
St. Augustine Press of Tuesday will
show:
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Stapleton have
returned after a vain attempt to reach
Birmingham, Ala., for the purpose of
attending the funeral of the former's
sister. They were unable to enter the
state of Alabama, the quarantine being
enforced against the entire state of
Florida. Mr. Stapleton got telephone
connection with his brother and the
latter gave him details of the terrible
accident of which his sister was the
victim It seems she was cleaning a
pair of kid gloves in a bowl of gaso-
lIne. Close by was a stove in which
a fire was burning and n ome way the
gasoline ignited, enveloping the unfor
tunajte young lady in a sheet of famn-
From her walat to her head she was
fearfully baured, and she lingered in
agony for thirty-one hours. She was
cc nscious to the last. ls Stapleton
was preparing for a trip to attend the
state convention of the Elpworth Leh-
gue at the time of the accident.
The fact that it is Impossible to go
to Alabama from. Florida may be val-
nable information for persons contem-
L;ating a visit to that state.-Jackson.
ville Metrqpolis.
Reveltinar arml Customs.
Of Tibetan burial customs, including
the devouring of the corpse by dogs
and vultures, Edward Candler, the au-
thor of "The Unveiling of Lassa,"
writes: "When a Tibetan dies he Is
left three days in his chamber, and a
slit Is made in his skull to let his soul
pass out. Then be is rolled into a ball,
wrapped In p sack or silk If he is rid,
packed into a jar or basket and ear-
ried along to the music of conch shells
to the ceremonial stone. Here a lama
takes the corpse out of Its vessel and
wrappings and lays It face downward
on a large flat stab, sad the pensioners
(dogs and vultures) prowl or hop round
waiting fot their dole.
"They are quite tame. The lamas
stand a little way apart and see that
strict etiquette is observed during the
entertainment The carver begins at
the ankle and cuts upward, throwing
little strips of flesh to the gueats. The
bones he throws to a secod attendant,
who pounds them up with a heavy
C "^^^ *


No medicine can do more.


ased *t, ,.i Ian l m i E -em*iW ,sM
A. H. Thmrnes, Mgr. Wille Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, O., write
"I have been afflicted with kidacy and bladder treable for years, pease
Ing g el or aoaes with e r-cis lni pains. Other medicines oatly
gave relief. After taking POLEY'S KIDNEY CURE the result wam
smp1iag. A few doses st-ted fthe brick daut, like flae amso tec.,
and now I have so pain across my kidneys and I fl like a new man.
FOLEY'S KIDNET CURE has done me $1,000 worth of good."
ma. *W M.t Go t m .
Tbos. V. Carter, of Aabboro, N. C., bad Kidney Trouble d
one bolte of FOLEY'S KIDNlE CUTE effected a perfect care, and
he sar t isoo a smo d~iMl coapem wi IL


W. D M, Druggistand Apotheary,121 SPalax St, Pensal
W. A. D'ALEMBERVE, Druggist and Apothe(;ary, 121. Palafx Stoo Pensacola.


M. JACOBY STILL

DOING BUSINESS

WELL KNOWN LIQUOR MAN CON-
TINUES TO WATCH MAILS
AND PILL ORDERS.

Mitch Jacoby, the man who is per-
haps as well known throughout West
*Florida as any other man In It, desires
to remind his friends ani patrons that
he is still In business and is still
watching the malls for orders.
Mr. Jacoby handles one of the most
extensive and varied stocks of liquors
wines and beers in the city, and ca-
ters to the country trade and also to
the city family tradeL
He ias Just received a car load of
different brands and he has already
placed orders for more. The small or-
ders receive same prompt attention
given the large ones, so don't stand
back If your order ts smail but phone
him or drop him a postal card o-
telegram and the goods will be there.
Mr. Jacoby prides himself on the tact
that he has never missed a mail with
shipments yet.
Mr. Jacoby's saloon is situated just
opposite the depot.
Low rates at Southern Hotel ter
rooms and board.
HICCOUGH----
few They Are Caused and the Way
They Should Be Treate.
HEecough is not ordinarily regarded
as a serious affection, yet sometimes
the persistence with which it continues
and resists all sorts of remedies and
devices employed for its arrest be-
comes a very grave matter, even
threatening life itself. Hiccoughing is
what is called a reflex act-that Is, it
is an effect produced In one part of
the body as a result of irritation ap-
'plcd to the nerves in another part.
I The exciting cause is usually an un-
due stlmu'-*tio of the nerves of the
stomach, renlting from indigestion or
from the presence of some irritating
substance in the stomach. It Is some-
times an accompaniment of Inflamma-
tion of other organs in the abdomen or
of peritonitis, and then it is exceed-
ingly distressing and often most ob-
stinately resistant to treagent.
The gouty are prone to bate hic-
cough after the slightest Indiscretion
ia diet. The same is true of those suf-
fering from diabetes, and often the
subjects of chronic malaria are simi-
larly afflicted. Sometimes hiccoughing
is a purely nervous act, one of the
manifestations of Instability of the
nervous system, and is associated with
the laughing and crying of a hyster-
ieal attack.
It is generally a very easy matter to
stop the hblcoughs if they do not cease
spontaneously. As it is a reflex act,
anything that makes a strong Impree-
Iaon on the nervous system or distracts
he mind temporarily will often put an
ed to the attack. Chlidra recognize
this when they shriek at a playmate
and care the hiecougs away, and
adults show the value of cnteentrat-
Ing the attention on sme otber sub-
ject when they subdue the hiecoagh by
seeing how near they can brtng the
t47 of the little finMrs together with-
fA allowing them to touch.
In very severe cases these simple de-
vices will not avail, and then if there
Is eoe offending stance in the
stomach It must be got rid of by an
emetic. Drinking a glas or two of hot
water ay act well if acid dyspepsia
is at the bottom of the trouble. A lump
of ice placed over the pit of the stom- !
aeh or the alternate applleatios of an
iee beg and a hot wa-T bag to the
msme place Is an effective monurs in,
many obstinate cases. Another useful
expedient Is to breathe deeply and very i
rapidly.
Il YI Intractable cases it may be
neeasry to put the suferer under the
prescribe powerful opiates or other
quieting remedies. Youth's Compan.


YOU DON'T NEED THEM!


MOSQITOES ND


YELLOW FEVER


MAKE A DETERMINED ATTACK ON THEM


LET a onyoPU M AIEmuUI mM


SULPHUR,


SULPHUR CANDLES,


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F CLEANLINESS
e isa t ity to perfect Health and an esetidal
dism o aHippmm. To prevent sickness and enjoy the coafoatu
of fV you dbould equip your sleeping prtmmet or dru chamber
wh a mowy whim. one-piece
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porcelain Enameled Lavatory


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The Journal delivered to any

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Store opens at 8. a. u.

Oaes at 5 p. a.


Will positively cure any case of Kidney

or Bladder disease not beyond the reoaoh


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SN COH EQ UITmLE

SACKS 0 MiNFY


Consa-.ive and Liberal in
ttyle

For all Sorts and
. Conditions of Men

Wet *nd Girth Especially
Welcome

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R. KX WHITE





TERSE~LY TOLD.

In The Journal's report, of the don'-
tionw. toa the Perdue fun! on 1he 24s.
it N as siaTe-1ihpthf, 11W.1irna fl.
receipt of S2Zi00 from a gentleman at
Wf-wahitcihka. Thi, %; an *
I,:xias Ini.-nded to read i2~ nw'vad
There eritsix case.- o'4.'re h
lAavy rftvrsia nur' -. .
wti-ih one wai;~rned ncr it
(O 1.t iml two wiiri &)*o1* ,u,,i1, Ill
421 110.
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1, "- '.. -, : :,i daughter
of flx.',-' 1 Yn7..,-o. Was MIarrtied
t)j lS. I 4 *.. 'ato%- tiae biR-la';'of
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President orton Says Too Much
of it is Now Lying Idle in
the Banks.


Removed




BEAUTIOLA
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER.
peautiola In the o4ly harmie i prepare-
tlon that 'ompiet ly obliterate* ALL
facial bi zuihes. tracep of car#- worry, 111-
ness and exposure. After a few apieloo-
ta of NeMutiol&. beauty of youth ireVrn
and age talls like a mantle from the face.
lewvlng the skin soft. clear and velvety,
sots wrinkle or blemish remains. Betntl-
ola is endorsed by th Medl al Fraternity,
r~~l.^_i_.* c_ t ebar ult.if^if lait.


has made faded, but o ce b atiful ladlt.
By Associated Prem. as youthful at forty and fifty as they wen
New York. Sept. 30.-President Paul at twenty also used by men with the same
Morton of the Equitable Life said to- wonderful results. Beautoloa r-move Pthe
d y: First-class securities are hard PRiUKLES. BLACKHRADs PIMPLSi.
to get. The society is not receiving WRIMNKLKS. 8CARS, SALL POX PIT-
applications for loans on high-class TINOS and all DISFIGURING URUP-
lIONS. Pyiee o cents. EVERY BOX
New York real estate as rapidly as we GUAIAITERCD.
would like. It has money to Invest. For sale by leading druggist. 'ir seat
direct to
and is anxious t, take it from the R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO,
tanks and put it into mortgages. The Dept. St. Louis.
policy of the society hereafter will hbe geuttoia book mailed free upon reqe .
to make it easy for good people to
borrow money on high-class property.
TWO WOMEN CHARGE WHITE TRAMP'S
WITH HORRIBLE CRIME W I


[ AU Fae I


nr o ttora eys, and (it ey aren i e IronI L
Fort Myers, Sept. 30.-Mrs. William MANY I ROIUBLES ank of Florida attorneys Mr.l
Bodiford, as principal, and her daugh- Blount represents the complainant
ter, Hortense,as accessory, are nowa
in jail, charged with one of jhe most
henious crimes ever committed in WAS FIRST TREATED AT THE TWO MEN KILLED AND
!th;_ country. It was suspected some HOSPITAL AND LATER HAD EATEN BY CANNIBALS
three weeks ago that the younger
woman gave birth to a child, and as TO GO TO jAIL. Victoria, B. C., ,Sept. 30.-News of a
the mother and daughter left town cannibal feast by blacks at Mallicolo
quietly a few days later, without the: was received yesterday by 4he Mio
infant. the suspicions of neighbors! l .e ....... wh, wera. Two natives of Mi;ke lyn Is-
wre around. and Sheriff Tppins was Oliver Robnsona white tramp, h land were trading when they were way--
notified. Aftir a long search the bod was "captured atornear Bohemiaa laid near Mallicolo by Kanalkas. The
of the infant was found in a shallow few ays ago, and who was said to en wereslaughtered, an their ll
have been held there In a chicken
grave under an outhouse, a shirtsleeve; .. I"s carried to a coast village. It s ise-
tied around its neck, indicating that coop, pending thearrivalof the phsi quently transpired that s.ieral tribe
it had been strangled to death. The cans tram Pensacola seems to were assembled, and a fea-t of human
verdict of the coroner's jury fastened having his share of trouble. flesh was held. The natives admitted
the crime on these two, and Iae It will be remembered that the man they haas roasted the bodies, antd de-
cou officials imediiely began as brought to Pensacola for trea poured the arms and legs of the unfor-
search for them. The Times-Union ment. a he was sck foud tunate me.
n t .it Bohemia. He was placed In the hos-
crih.eponi.nt was requr.ted t pital here and treated for about three
SId the tm rom his paper until th weeks for malaria. The man had suf-I yY A E .
MrI Boi rd w arrested in Punt' gently recovered to be discharged
.Gora, and today h was' t Friday, and his discharge was accord- A Wreter I t a doer Enga.-emnt D<
Gqor( :a. a ni1 to-da% the laugh ter w as ; ,..as, & W riter In a -bllt.. h.W.. ,> "t '.
tak njn i' urxi near FortOe ingly ordered. It did not suit him to scrlbes fls Feelings.
r r a t wil be he be discharged just then, it seems, so their gn e g o ,,
l. pr- ry bearing l be held b proceeded to get obstreperous and oon their gin rs t our tan
":--urd. l with the result that the patrol was and shells were erming and U
GE A W I Icalled into commission. ltg over the stonety, says Itolert I.
GIVEN A RAWHIDING He appeared before the recorded yes- 'aw n A Prisoner Wih l We
AND SENT OUT OF TOWN terday morning, andm, it was found that the Natio-il Magazive. Several wni
the man had again developed consid- ons in front of us were bli w up i.
Shoffl# a Ala S#lpT. 30 -Some of tre
ef' Ala St-p 0 ome of te erable temperature. He was not fined. the oxen seattere- in writh, h .his
',t r ar's were cad ightl, The next question was to find some on the road. The Kafir- w'1, 1ld ow:
Rb, :"A.i r d with rawhide whips, place for him, as he was sick, without team took fright and hsl th, i,
'., w therhde -, friends or money, and without shelter seted as a shell urti 1n t 't
' "; ,,v h l'an*:N', to ki t h ei t septa a-s shel T- I f
T a o t hi o e t r f cred to harbor the st ge them and, the w heels s ,n t..o'
I'-cn la. fr the alleged purpose present, but it was thought best to into a deep rut, the he:i.y wI a
-!nit. Aa. Seppresent, but it was thought best to
r iwm Loa from their work keep him at the station until he accum- turned completely over. ;iIdiin nii
r Thsis a- e. result of a circu- ulatek" some strength, as he was un- beneath its weight. Mly he'td bloIr lA
:','r .n ?'.-! rhed by the Mayor able to work. Mr. Berry pledged him- [,was falling downs through lI:wkn-
rhe self to send him every day such arti- tn the midst of a thousand crimso
iaery des of food as he should have. The serpents. omebotdy held my healr:
ier va.11 wih very likely be proper place for the poor unfortunate's In his hand, was squeeoz4g it. an,
-, tr dea lt with, as the May- is at the county poor farm, but the de- then- Thank haven, this is death:
ar th aler anest. The, development of yellow fever there may Ages after there is a roaing o
a on thealert. prove an objection to that plan. waters far beneath ae. Then it thuz n
However. ,or the present, he is be- dered on my nai'ed brnin. A faim
Roller Mills Plant Burns. ingcaredfor at the city jalnot asri. A fa.
i" ,. Aa.. S ept. 30.-The Wel- aprisoner but as an invalid-notas star was shining somewhere. It rt,
, RIl!:, r Mi'l,. plant was completely I toward me. growing l)ig-pr and li;g
'*" :(-'Y.h, t"fi,'l this morning. The ger until I was swallowed up in it
-. buildingg and machiner is ILow rates at Southern Hotel ior anr my eyes were oaen. The wan at
S1. 000: insurance $11,000. The fire rooms and board.,an yeysw rpnge ,
, ':einato,l from a hearing furnaceith was -righted. I was dritppiug wet, to:
n k About one runlre.-i and seven- the drivers had thrown water upon 13
t k five .mn are out of employment as YELLOW FEVER. I heard the boas of Ilth' guns en13 tht
ltl crash of bursting .~b!ls. I tried tr
SDee. nIl qWrall Leads Beek to th* rise, but my head seeded to float away
Killed Wife and Tried Suicide. Ieve7 mee. from me and I felt myself striking
Anni-t n. Ala.. Sept. 30.-Sheriff Te discovery of yellow fever is said the ground. but I did not feel, mynelf
WVoodruff has received a telephone to date back to the first years of the falling. Thoy lifted me on the wagon,
ns-ave from l)kes saying thit discovery of America, when the disease and the oxen moved off. My hieml, and
Slts'" Greene, alias "Boqs" Wood. broke out among the soldiers of Co- face were sticky with thick blood and
riurcier d his wife ant- attempted to iumbus' in Santo Domingo. But tho dust, and I was in such pain that I d(lid
1,.;il himself at Be lo I" night
C(-,en,'.s wounds are not conskiered first authentic account is of an epidem not know where the pain was.
fmtal The cause of the tragedy is not le which occurred in the Barbados a
k own i 1647 Rince then innumerable- epidena


WHAT TO EAT
I1- very of:n a hard question for the
,; -on t( solve who is afflicted with
.i a w-ak stomach Experience has
*;:>' lhT:n uto select his foa' with
c:t-a'. cauti*u or else stiffer from at-
:. rks o* Heartburn, Bloating, Head-
ache. Cramps, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Vomiting. Costivenese and Billious-
ness. Stringthten the digestive or-
aais by taking a dose of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitter$ before meals and te
.ait wiweli again. Insist on having


HOSTETTER'S

STOMACH BITTERS




[A Drop of


I Flavor is &


Small Thing,


but it make lots of dif-
ference in the taste of ice
cream and ices That's
why our cream is in such
lemnand. Wery quart
has exactly --e righ. pro-
portion of each ingredi-
enT. and is absolutely
pure and clean.


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S.Palafox. Phone 999


les have ravaged the cities of North
and South America, Central America
and even Europe. During the Napole-
onic ware the most extensive epidemics
occurred. In lS00 Cadiz was visited by
this scourge, which attacked 48,000 out
of 57,000, 8.000 dying in a few months.
One of the worst epidemics which has
ever ravaged the United States occur-
red in 1853 and extended along the At-
lantic coast through all the southern
states and as far north as *Rhode Is-
land. One hundred and twenty-five
thousand persons were stricken, more
than 20.000 dying of the disease.
A peculiarity of the germ of yellow
fever Is that it may be carried long dis-
tances and preserve Its vitality for
months. During the epidemic of 1800
In Cadiz there was an instance of this.
A native fleeing from the infected city
went to his villa in Medina, Sidonia,
and there died of the disease on his ar-
rivaL The house was Immediately clos-
ed. and the following year the articles
of clothliU and furniture were sold to a
dealer In junk. He died of yellow fever
In a few days, and the epidemic which
followed was directly traced to this
case.
The infected trunk of a man who
had died in the Barbados of the disease
was the beginning of the outbreak In
Philadelphia In 1741. The effects of
this man, a Mr. Binlgham, were sent on
from the place where be died, and the
germs had enough of vitality in them
when the trunk was unpacked to lead
to a disastrous outbreak. Individuals
of all ages' and races are attacked. It!
was at one time thought that the cre-
ole was immune, but this Is found to
be a mistake. The negro is not as sus-
ceptible as the white man, but be is by
no means exempt. One attack, as a
rule, seems to render the victim Im-
mune for life, though the Immunity
may be lost by a. prolonged stay in a
northern climate. Yellow fever is a
bet weather disease, being most prer-
alent in June, July and August. On
or two frosts may arrest an epidemle,
though it may reappear on the return
of warm weather.-New York Hemll.


SPECIAL


W. A. BtOUf GOES

TO-MMRMJ4II

TWO FLORIDA ATTORNEYS TRAV-
L 19ONG WTANCETO ISE
PEDE4RAL JUDGE.


The Jacksonville Metropolis of Fri-
day says: Hon. C. M. Cooper, of th;,
city, and Hon. W. A. Blount, of Pen-
aacola, have a long trip to make nex:
week to reach Judge Locke, of the
United States Court of the Southern
District of Florida. who is at his sum-
mer home, Kittery, Me. The case t-.
b be heard is that of the St. Augustine
Gas and Electric Company vs. the
City of St. Augustine vs. Osmon'.
Barnett & Bostwick, wherein an ir-,
junr.ctl6in now prevails.
This is probably the first time such
a trip has ever been made Irom th's
Federal district.
Mr. Blount probably wil! meet wLh
no hindrance in reaching Maine, pro-
vided he is in a car hermetically
sealed as it passes through Alabama,
a state that holds a rigid quarantine
against the entire state of Florida.
There are. perhaps no more emin-
ent counsel in the state than the two
above gentlemen. The:. have the
qualifications of statement as well as
nfnav n ha r ii tho frn


BARGAIN


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THE BUSY STORE


Special Monday Bargains
20 pieces New Mercerized Typhoon
Silks in new dark Suiting effects
as a special bargain Monday
only.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .** *....**
25 pieces New Cisco, Fresno and
Quito tuitings in nobby dark
styles, to go Monday at.. .. .. 6/aC
Best 15c Edlnboro Zephyr Ging-
hams and Granite Flannelettes,
new and nobby styles, your
choice of a select line Monday
at...... .. ....... .. ... 10C
35 c Wool Tweed' Suitings in n'ew-
est styles, have all the appear-
ance of a more expensive fabric,
now selling at ............19c


Mil Ends Outing Flannls
In Stripes, Checks and Solid Colore
Best 10c values on sale for......7 /4e
Regular 6%c Outings on saie now
for .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 5o
10 yards Best Sayles Bleachery
Cambric to s for.... .. ....7o
10 yards of Good Standard Prints
and Calicos, dark or light col-
ors for........ ............431

We are Headquarters for all kinis
of Moequit6 Nets
AT THE LOWEST CUT PRICES,
Sc Cheese Cloth, 36 Inches wide,
our special price, only.. .. .... So


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Best 50c Bleached and Hemmed
Sheets, now............ ....45c
Best 69c Extra Quality Bleached
and Hemmed Sheets, now.. ....59c
Best 12%c Hemmed Pillow Cases
now .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 110
Best 18c Bleached Pillow Cases,
now .. .. .... .. .. .......14c
ic White Crash Towels, now only 3c
10c White Huck Towels, now only 7c


Extra large Bleaches 12%c Huck
Towels, for.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0o
'Best 25c Bleached Turkish Bath
Towels, extra large and good
now.. .. .. .. .... .. ......1i o
Best 25c Oil Cloths, 45 Inches
wide ......................170
Best 75c White Sanitary Obsorb-
ent Diaper Cotton, In 12 yard
pieces, for .. .. .. ...........47
356 White Lace Pillow Shams now 19c


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Muslin Underwear Sale. Ready-to-Wear lats. /

200 garments just received', much Another lot of 150 ladies' and
under value. ,'Se the special bargain Misses' New Fall Style Hats to go on
offerings at 23c, 39c, 59c, 75c, 98c and
$1.19 per garment. sale Monday at special cut prices.


SPECIAL CUT SALE IN UMBR ELLAS.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
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Antiquity of the Umbrella. TIE I l r Comp y.
No one knows whether the umbrella n r e a Fuel-om any I
w-as originally used is a defense I t IL EO--C e Chase and Tarrsons. Phog 25L
against rain or a screen from the sun. T LN W
but it seems probable that the first
umbrellas were sun.hades. In coiun (Continu.ed _From Page One.)
tries where very little clothing is worn o er seamen, to thD
-tther with the other seamen. to ths
rain does not make nmuh different, h p a provided. of course, that the
but the sun is a power. Why shouh!n't .It -me vie, counsels do not object- N
the palm leaf be the first sunshade t, o it. I O BRAncr-
with its ribs and handles to order? IV Among the New Cases. MAIN OPC BRANOR
hints at the umbrella as well as th, The case of Superinten'ent Wil. -A-onl -'-- --
fan. Travelers among the Ainos f I amis at the poor farm three milos J!soaBi, lo M Tmi. Tamnp PeasacIta.
Japan often make temporary sun r.-nrh of the city is unfortunate, buti
shades, of ggantic dok leaves, which, *ry, (ire will be given to him. and A C A PIT A
are sonietimes six feet high. larger seing tha thattho diseas does no PA ID A PIT A $5000
enough for an account of Gulliver. Thi s'recad on the farm. Fortunately at
umbrella has a very great antiquity .f esnt there are few inmates on the 'MOe Consolidated Oraemsy CO e~ mIaNhN s to the C. B. Roberl
The word itself means a "little shad-1 1 r..ea Company, of Jacksonville; the Florlda Grocery Company, of Jacksonviflle:
e word itself m ns a "little shrnestine Forham. who is the grocery branch of the Florida 'Naval Stores and Commission Company
ow," showing that it was named for nmflt r.d among the patients is wt ll of J.ckgonville; the grocery branch If the Mutual Naval Stores Company, of
its protection from the sun in this known in Pensacola. She is ono of Jackisonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, I
case. Horace says, "Among the mili- Pensa.ola's most popular and charming Tatapa; Cie grocery branch of the 07 Naval Store- Company. ot Pensaola;
tary standards the sun beholds an young ladies and her friends wi!l regrt the grocery branch of the Wet Coast Naval Stores Company of Prn~ co
Egyptian canopy."-Irish Times. to learn that she has contracted the the grocery branch o: the Southern Naval Stores Company, of Savannah
Tdihan. dWiN handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceriez. Grain Domeste
The Three Deaths. and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc., State Ag -ts for the White
A assalt wN-er. Johnnes Braerker, who is among the Hickory Turpentine Wagons.
There are nuns who wear male at- list of deaths. was a seaman off th.'
tire. The religious females who are cip Kaiser, and was takon to the ho-
thus strangely garbed are mentioned nVtal a few days ago. \V. L. Kin. .
by Sir Charles Gordon in his "Recol- wf!l known in l'-uisacola, having iitl M C O YV IN G T O N ANAC TR
lectioens of Thirty-nine Years In tk lr(, for so'evral voar. Fo h par *-' 3 ;LA BRANC
Armny -y v ar ht had bL 'n rur.:n: ng th N 't nIl
n 180 Sir Charles, accompanied b h(, I1. m East Gvr:n',t r
a fellow officer, was seeking a hosp I- -t:,ien i a fe :1'i _;1"1
l site In Tientsin, China, when he ru- hr ra liesd, a k h :.j :
came In sight of a Buddhist nunnery. but ha ..oh.rX .. IF WE HAVE IT, iT TIS IH S .T
In spite of the warnings Of one of the c"0,me apfs ibe i; .,
inmates, who appeared in male attire, ta.Tn with a rela>- a:i ,*. r- Leave our Orders V UT fTor
they entered t rebuilding and found 'ay m, rnin. a vo r ur \,v6.J. .j n1, 0
that all the other nuns were similarly Ml(t' nn:., is a '
dressed. The Intrusion greatly shocked vell kn iwn in P'.
the Buddhist women. Going to Det:-t.;n C"-. F J_ YA '
"Our regret was real," said Sir Dr. Po r wi r p H
Charles. "Explanations were ex- camp .: anl 1, .. -
changed; we were informed that the and1 v' f.


community within adopted male cos-
tume as an indication that they not
only renounced the world, but with it
the 'jblems of their sex. We were re-
c ld by the lady superior. and tea and
cakes were offered to and partaken
0$ 6by us. We are then permitted to
vlti the 'private chapel,' and finally
We parted from the religieuses on th
bestof term" -


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1,1906


I Daiy. Wftmky. slinky.




THE JOURNAL, COMPANo

L UUI.MYS ~n a


m ASSOCIATED PRB


and expressman to have their wagons p,
painted.
h 11. Irrespective of the size of your
'houses, make your lawa the finest.
12. Iluminate the front of your store
In the busluness section.
Nothing could be easier thaa to fol-
low out these suggestions snd' nothing
would make a greater change in Pen- 444
sacola than for all of our people to
do so. If everyone were to adopt LittI
these twelve suggestions as his rula TI
of life for the next three months, Pen- brin
sacola would in that time become ones Gou
64 y
(.f the most attractive cities on the con- doin,


'tinent.


And


SAIDOF PENSA COLA

AND PENSA COLLAR \ .


*


bedAL as - -- 4 *ON":.:


ie lFrank, the Marooner. fed on the 14'h insta! -
he dispatches from Pensacola Trie D-mocrat..
g sorrow to many hearts. Frank * *
lding, a Confederate veteran, agcd, Fever Loosing Its Terro-s.
'ears, was accidently killed whaliel .- ..
g quarantine duty In that etty.'the t-riuor lor mauk;nd '
who was Frank Goulding? Who' his lIten a character-.'.


.. .....--.. ----It is the little things that, all corn- in Georgia or Florida has not rad pr .xiou v'. -aiionS.,
SIined, go to make a city dirty and re that charming book, "The Young Ma- prot,,n conclusively i .'
USSCRPT Red go to make a cit dirty aneRAT rooners, written by Dr. F. R. Goul- lter :h diseas- and : .
l- Y ..... .I .I- 3 capellant or clean and attractive, as the lng away back in the sixties? How spread ,l suc,. ...
--t............y******* l O M .. *********. case may be. ana'these little things- a party of young people, while s.! ings oi h~' .'. .,i-ln'
Ik MIso....**.... I M One Week......... 1.. a scrap of paper, a stray weed, a picked ting in a boat at a wharf near Tamp.A,! th( !. ; il. i ',, -
tB MN **L*....... I f Weeklry am, plt ay .l -o off the fence, a ragged looking lawn- waiting the coming of Dr. Goulding.j ign ,. i a:. t tart a': .
were dragged to the seix y a devil the di , ouit'd haoe :. ,-
ftpWe M le at Um as those things can all be obviated by a frightenedbya wisy the dis- out in P'k I ,,11a ': w wi k.- ,
'ntile degree of care and attention. charge of a cannon on Fort Brooke In this as n s, man> )h
SOLY P ACOLA WPAPE FOI WHICH A DTAIL t is true that not .everyone will pay and its mad rush for the upen bay hl r r,,-man tae r,.A .
IOSCULATION TAIMENT CAN B9 SECUREd. ; attention to printed suggestions of caught the anchor of the boat ,wi.ch ~nlloe (ohi, whose so
that kind. but when any considerable released by the monster the children! occupain i. -t'ndlin th -tr,
portion of the people begin to observe made sail for land and found them- corners t.i:mug how th; n .-.hula '
I i---- u them the improved appearance of their selves on an uninhabited island on the done l a ndih re-ul: 's ltha tl'
premises will make an impression on .florida coast, abounding in fish and prourt i- ha nt boon fdmade liha
PEMSA lA. PIFA, SUNDAY M ORNING OCTOER 1 10 the balance which cannot fail to hav rescued tby Dr. G. The Frank Gould- FuItak lirOze.
a salutary effect. a ing, whose sad death occurred a few
c a n Cleanliness adds as much to the self-i days ago. was the little Frank of the Blames Jury System.
##- ,4.- vw-ry feature contained in ir is on the. respect of a city as it does to a man, Maroomnr's island in this book.-Co- w:iiliu- h' rn"u',I. r '- *ln
metropolitan WHERE IT 18 TO BE FOUND. and the public has about the same Rock N ayb
__, __readers like and have faith in it- andhxtpwil lco a Mayb eor aes
* ---- w opinion of a dirty and run-down-at-the- ha\\ thf n The Pn ola Journas on advertisers could desire no better opinion of a dirty and ru n-down-at-the- Judge Swaine and the Railroads. job w n ts out. Th. jry
sal< at the following places t n guarantee of its worth. Judge Swaine, of the Federal court ten is to b)ame. l;onti'er now a
Prtot< .tity: g tidy man. of Florida never did think much or bench of judngess or a -ito ju,,a-
Bay Hotel. W dw izra at one me on The Pensacola has been cleaning up to States' fights, anyway, and he has or t1.nch law. O(' food uror. or o.,.
Wa Coe's Book Store. Eklws inthr ate.pretty good effect during the past six just emphasized his convictions on crooked juror can spol the trial of at
a-Apot NewsiStandlmP a ri Journal staff. has taken charge of theid
S D-pot Newo Stoand t JDu l Cut y" has Naken charge of the weeks, but she can still stand and con-i that subject by administering a V w completely proven crime and rlh,. ::,-
S Gem Book Store. DaSoto County News as editor and r ou kick to the Florida Railroad Cor- crcanit cheats the gailowvs and onth
S Merchant te. manager The News is already show- tinue o stand a reat dea more of it.mission. He has granted the inun- escapes the pn.-Montcello News
S Southern Hotel. In gns of imrroTement ai under If anyone is in onoubt how to go at it, tion asked for by the Io>uisvil;e & w
WThompson's Book Sto-*. tT Jougrginal hasmlongco ant unde talet him refer to the suggestions from Nashville, Seaboard Air Line, Atlantic No One Will Ever Know.
Wagand Ice Cream Parlort al guidance it will rank a the mayor of Denver published above. Coast Line and Georgia Southern f there was ever a set of menthat
a Wagenheims News Stand. one of the most influential and popular Te edon of tht lorida railways to prevent the put- have labored under difficulties for the
4 Walker's Book Store. 01 weeklies in the state. They are good at all seasons o h' ting into effect of lumber rates order- past few weeks IL is the editors of the
** 3ear and In every city in America. ed by our Railroad Commlssih.- Pensacola pap,rs. No one outside
'## -##^ M 'DW .D@1 .@#* ,Live Oak Democrat. their offices will ever know of all they
The Real ReaSOO A wild grape vine upon the shores * have had to contend witn, 'but through
uGOING AWAYT faor Thtr ThanklF.Ilt of Mobile Bay about one mile north of! Grief i n Felt it all they have gone ahead without "
When you leave the cft for your Daphne, Ala., is common.y known as; Every Confederate veteran in Flor- failure and kept the public fully ld-
summer vacation have The Pensacola The Journal has long contended that the "General Jackson vine," from the!ida will grieve over the sudden and vised as to the situation. Not on'y
Jou -" follow you. Nogtfy circutla- it was no because of free silver that, fact that General Andrew Jackson violent death of Comrade r rank R. n that but their advice !n reference tl.
too, m anar, Phoe 3- ,th o z weAlth o, te countryeneral Anurew t Goulding. of Pensacola, who, whiie sanitary measures has been of Inestl-
t.en r aar. Phoo the organized wealth of the countrY twice pitched his tent under it dur-;actlng as a sanitary guard, was run; able value in the Work of eradlcat-
brought about th3 deTeat of W. J. ing his campaigns against theSeminole over by an engine and instantly kill- ing the fever.-De Funiak Breeze.
71 journal's Greatest Bryan for president in 1896, but be-! Indians. This vine in June, 1897, was!
cause of the new declaration of inde- reported to have a circumference of C
Cir-cai-i-t Ae i,,t-...a. oendence which the democratic nlat-i ....T -H g. .. I I- U V- A VA# 'ff1 fA


.................... ................... .. . ,x feet one Inch at its base. Its age o sA I J M m1 .; I J JI N "
Las: month, in commenting on it l form of that yr-ar contained. i was estimated at that time to exceed
circula:imn statement for the month The recent developments resulting 100 years. A
previous. The Journal said: Now, yel- from the investigation of the insurance YELLO W FEV Ev AN D
low fever or no yellow fever, watch for companies confirm this opinion. Mr. With two of its staff, Assistant Edi-
The Journal's September circulation Bryan's Commoner puts the matter tor Ben H. Thomas and City Editor HO W TO N URSB IT
aeaert. %ith force and explicitness in the fol- Percy S. Haves, both down with the
That Septem'ber record is presented. lowing language: yellow f-ver for t(e past we.k, The
today a.nd n,.kes. we think, a very Mr. McCall says that he thanks God Journal has, in the language of the At a mooting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 19053,
significant showing and for more ree- that by contributing to the republican street, been "up against it" proper. Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibll-
-ans than one. 1 shows that for the party he helped to save the country The journal is not. however, worrying, ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
o r about itself. WVien those two boys are of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
tionth oif Soprember. despite the warm from Fre Sitver. If the testimony .aell enough to be out again the sight the m,)de o' transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
%eatha'r, despitee the ordinary between- proves anything it proves that the in-!of them fully recovered will be con- A bref synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever
easonOlinessof the month, despite surance magnates were more afraid of sensation a thousand times over for prophymaxis andasynopsiam of the elementsacts aonnetedui ith llowisease
the v. low. fever which hur al' bust cmal proecuton than they were ofall inconvenience their sickness may which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub.
press on s-despie all of these Free ilver. They knew they were e clished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows:
ting--The Journal's circulation ex- guilty of fraud, bribery of Legila- Fish are Gentle There ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE.
needed all pre ious records. even going tures, corruption of politics and misuse A correspondent in the Marriann.a
cver the 5000 mark and topping every. Iof trust funds and they felt safer under Times-Courier tells of a fishing trip as 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease
rmr achievement by a magnificent a republican administration follows: All went fishing to the Gravel which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
S 5.a dal That is the whole story, compete Lake on Chatahoohee River an agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg-
showing of 5.209 average daily iue That i he whole ory, complete caught fish almost without number. o a Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New
for th< mnon-h and to the point. Free silver was After eating all we co aid eat, we d:- Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
As an i:ls:ratio!p of what this circu- simply nn incident-an accident as it vi(ijd the fish and each pile was sufl.; 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood
nation record rallv means. a state- were--in the calculations of organi-e; tcent to last a family several day of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after-
t showing The Journals crcula- alth, but was used as a scare Q e a number of those fish wt wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the
ent .hewin The ornals crcula- a bware vhav. weighed ten or twelve poul'importanceof recording the very hour when the attack first began.
tion fo- the past five years will prove cow with which the people could be each. It is nothing strange tor a 3prtanhe mosquito (Stegomye a Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis
I nleres ing. It is as tol'ows: frightened and coerced into support crowd to catch five bushels or mor.ease to a susceptible person by its bite untli at least twelve days have elapsed
Averagr uf the republican party. fish out of these lakes; several of our after biting the yellow fever patient. Thii period of incubation in the mos-
Sar Daily Issue: The recent developments have pry- party say they have been there wheti quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the
90.. ........................ 7en that some of the lo t m th eleven bushels were caught. Ca Pa' body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary
19021............en tat sme of the loest mouthed are among the largest fish caug. glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found. In 1900,
S1903 ...................... .. 441 advocates of "honest money" were here. They frequently weight fifteen that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months,
1904...... ................ S40 then and are now guilty of some of' pounds, and in appearance, they resem- to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season.
1905 (For September)..... .. g the mot; dishonest and in some cases bel the sucker, and are very nu r- 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period
A an illuraion of how the circuabsolutely criminal practices whic us. The are very gentle as co- above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the
AF an illuorat on of how the circu- absolutely criminal practices which pared wlth other fish. Run them out entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the
la:on has grown during 90,. a state-hav? ever been brought to light of their beds and stand there I e of its natural life, which may era.) Waltend over 1Re 4 dd was able to innoulate
mien' !.i months is given as follows: The people in general, and some of minutes, they will come back and set yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another
Average i the insurance policy holders in particu- tie down on your feet, then you mav 101 days old. [Note--According to AGramonte, Stegomye a Fasclata in Havana
,on'hs.s 1905 Daily Issue lar. are fast h-arning the true inward- rub them and.handle them in ihe can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Loulsiana, says
January. ........................3,912 water, and even take them up, otit Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
February.......................4.207 nes of the polities of these apostles of when the carp finds that he is entrap- the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg.
Iarch... ......................4.36 honestt money." And it may be added ped he sets up a desperate stru gg3e omyia must be impregnated before they will bite: (2) that the female, after
April .. ........ .............4.909 that the information they are getting for freedom. This fish story may biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or
'May ........ ................4,001 is anything but a recommendation of sound too big to those notacquainted seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Louisiana
June.. .. .. .. .. .. ............4..04 character for these demi- ods of th with these river lakes, but it is never- that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
July .. .. .. .. ................ 4,41 crater for these de-gods of the theless a true story, as the peopleI and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
August .. .. .. ......4.716 h:gh finance world, here know. Anopheles, within three to ive days after.)
september. .... .... ..... 5-,29- 5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the b!te
Thes-e figuTx need little comment. The St. Lucie Tribune is one of the yTI j g of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop lin
Tlh '! their own eloquent sorry 04 hanusomest weekly papers in th e state. the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
cuala cievent It is less than three l ,--"-onths old, but hog 0, 1905, United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen cases
SWthe., Fkcrcda j tournatsm, m I: ;n vertheless appears to be a vsry a T t b of of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
T St F'kirda journalsm. nvrtheless appears to be a vry O from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
T', .tmrnal i th on'h paper In prosperous youngster. 6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Faaciata bites
(,'u-.c-,la whi h has ever published" 1 a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, It will have
V, ic' n fit o fiir I i t. C to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (Incubation
.- c.('ulation tieurts It is. in fact. uggcStloS for period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a susceptible person at the expira-

, a i ia ile'it;cd statement of circular Keeping the City Clean. COPES self in the bitten person. Therefore, ineatimating the probable spread of
t, r -cn be. r e ter has tsxu, secur-od. The mayor of the beautiful city of yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ.
I :., ,i, ,,ensa'dla paper from D,,nvr has recently maae some su ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
n,,h ad'r',,:' have any weans of stins to the people of his city the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-
ii a r: have any means of gstions to the people of his city truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
S!'i u : i wi.i' y: y are ge::ing for which are intended to aid them in U P ,days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the firat case may bite a
q ".,-,, > rn-aking and keeping their city attrae- OMAL susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
:na,,: n of Th ie. The sugzsions are so good, The following figures show The Pe- days, which is the time givenby he health authorities f New Orleans in te
:, -'-:,.. ,*, i a I. "r-tig, rta'e an tuy napy~ w~th sulch force to Pen- sacola Journal's circulation for each present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an Infected case
.'<* ** a 'v. -; ; ra'o an C.ry anply wt;h such force to Pen- soola Journalt circulation for each after its frst appearance In a given locality.
-.. .-- i! t01,Oc,,-. plactical- 'sacoll we!l as to JN'nv-er, that The day during the month of September, alter its first appearance in a given locality.
S ,t o! oic- pacical ,ro well a,.- to Denvers that The and19 duringth the average number of 7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
I .r .in aes On Jantiedewsth publishes them and i that the poison is incubating in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It may
S: \ow vr c;them to the consideration p ,000 Sept 1 5,300 bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
ix *I. ': '. ':. '. ag'. was d.- o'. cr.ry citizen. There are twelve of Sept. 2, 5,000 Sept. 17, 5,550, does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
ci v ,. ,a :h,. s :re as. n adver- them as folkTws: Sept 3, 5,200 Sept. 18, 8. Yellow fever Is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (I. e. articles
'h, ft\orhad IfI y'ur sore front. residence orept. 4 Sept. 19, 5,300, or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
i : aer h f l for had. lric. orer itpainte Sept 5, 5,000 Sept 20, 5,300 their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedding
t: 1 rc,,ie he ,nifl u: :r anig is old. torn or fad- Sept. 6, 5,000 Sept 21, 5,250 or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
e2- e,'.,-live:.a (nC edn. t ann. 7, ,200 Sept. 22, 5,225 with the sick, is unnecessary.
o; i,,re,- g3*,akm cu-, 3 1 ar sid wank. fence or gate Sept. 8, 5,200 Sept. 23, 5,225 9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable of
r 1.' I, ,h v :n. fix i. Sept. 9, 5,200 Sept. 24, 5550 transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three. days of
as. h aO ds that are Set. 10, 5,500 Sept. .....the disease (a rare occurrence): and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
N a ,' r ,.:- cc ha:t he .-'-' it t on l'aour pr.-pern and on yourSept 11,.Se p. 26, 5,250 bite the body before decomposition has set in.
nh rh n, -:.' r r- ee. at tSe pt. 1 5,00. 5Sept. 27, 5,250 10. There Is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
p ii. naay : if '-r ad verising sign is old or Sept. 13, 5,300 Set 28, 5.250; vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
I : h. no.w n fa K r n or paint i Sept. 14, 5,300 Sept. 29, 5,250 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Sa. :a 'a-.. a r:I,- t; Resoc .i.er to throw paper in Sept. 15, 5,00 Sept. 30, 5.250 Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
... ... .. ... ..... .. h.. ,, Total for the month....... 134,450


7. lurn al! the rubbish possible-
-illow no on e to throw it on the streets,
A.\ .r ,'s ;, ,..ere are invibtd l-evs o r vacant lots.
I 1, f'y :: action ficu'-res wht' Si Promise not to spit on the side.'
, he .i --a.' ;,'': .1.<, s today anld O walk
n '- a e. H... 'ok o er g7U: 9. Organize a block improvement
1. naa: :.. I: i. t :he m rt expi. -society and allow no weeds to grow on
sidewalks, area or vacant property in
q .ely gotten up lap.r to be found ia aIyour block.
<:-y of Peusacla' size anywhere a"', 10. Ask your milkmad, groceryman


Average per day.......... 5,248
I hereby certify that the above state-
meat is correet aOo4laM to the ree-
ords on f61e I this ofos.
KD A. Swu gr.
Circulation Mgr.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 30th day of September, 1905.
J. P. S1OKc8,
Notary Public.


Duties of tO Traldl Nurs,.


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


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(A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred to I late the Patent in H s Bed.
1. The nettIing of )ars n .-' hi. i' :..- s : : ;'r
plasai e of n .osqlit<'S,.
2. Mosquitoos ('an hit : "''': r': ,- 'o ,'" ." "" n' k
patient's- body is in conw.ra: '
3. Freq'uent exallinu :!i' l. :.: a to i are no 'i
places in the nett:ng and t a;. ni. . i.-a'. a : o, .-ng insil le
The netting shou:J be wt.;i .- i in to ,' mosquitoes fro-
Sn;It I :ng.
5 If mosquitoes are f'au:ilA w" In :ie t'.in.: l .-Ii'l i'e kile l in
ride. not nlerely driven or shaken it.
S 6. All cases of fever i-i' iionI!l e '"ip' ly l rep r *( d the pnys!c' ;
awaiting his arrival they shouldd be cmnver-dl wi;h a mo','0,i io lar. This s ppr-
licularly important in dcalin~ r Wih mild fevers, especially in infants ant
(hilldreu in localities liable to l'ffection with yellow fever. The disease man-
ifeAts itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that it 1i
likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the s*vmr-
toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able *a
spread the disease without molestation. The maid or unrecognized cases are,
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
(8) Screens.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screne1. Outid',
of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and prov;s:onal scre t'n
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or other wise
secured to the openings of the sick room.
(C) SulphUr and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (nsect powder) to der-oy
possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
Sulphur burned in an iron pot Is the surest way, and if used in proper quality
will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room is sifli-
clent If the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to lu,00
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and one pound of
insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mosquitoes. Lithe
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. The
fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprtakleJ
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
The fumigation should be done In the morning, so that the room will be
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably ia dry weather. When-
ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the one
, occupied by the patient should be first purlted of mosquitoes and prepaWre fcr
the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disin-
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as screenitng,
is now conducted by the Health Authro'tles, immediately after notification y
the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when deiay in obtain.
ing sanitary relief Is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct tha
members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health
Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the present&
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 vasellue applied with a brush.
Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thor.
oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping ail
openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows and
doors.
Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) oveg
them with a paste made of flour.
The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet p.-cferred, anu
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 u7
and well ventilated.
NOTE-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 500,
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
Take, for gaaBple, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and you
will have the amount of sulphur required, vis: 3 pounds.

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1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow Subsrb for The Journal ll0 week.
fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless shG' Yealizes fully, F 10 c wee .
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t-arnestly. and conscientiously, that the disease Is transmitted s oY y'> ":'"
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admis.-:on i ".,..< ;as.r *s ()
'he sick room and to destroy them promptly if they o, I n:'. -'i *
Sherein.
2. That as the inseparable at'en.:a a- ra e :. ? ,"'."*'
nust co-operate with the physician in :,, .' :.i f :c -
dian of the public health. The tra:. I n. :'
iy the most efficient and importan- ..n .11 :,. ;. 2.'" .
: yellow fever in infect-td i ao> a ".'-. I I' .
m'e mode of Iransmi -t)l on -o :. t r i> _i .' ..
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;,'O to the p),i' '' ip. -o :.
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enr. It is highly arbat l of life an "vim" and delicious ia aveor.

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Sp..sg :04e g* term for the coming year.
SThe public school here will beg!n
Monday Oct. 2 under the direction of
Leo Fairchild with a prospect of ai
NEWS of WEST FLORIDA ful attendance.
The property of Judge Levey, vacat-
<*<>ed by Mr. Durham is nor occupied by i
80988184400094011.040.................1.p eeeeetea# the Shearer and Abram families who
left Pensauola on the outbreak of
tion as held at the residence at the the fever. They have been camping
I br ide'ssphenthenrs.D t. in the piney woods and will be more
BAGDbrid prt r. a W. BLUFF SPRINGS comfortable in more commodious'
|Whiworth. ||quarters this rainy weather.
Mr. J. S. Davis left Thursday on a .... Mrs. Robert Harroan, who has been:
11 rvisk to his family at Waukeenah. "..very sick for over th( e( veeks show's
The family of John T. Stewart and a slight improvemenW
Spec l to The Journal. Mrs. Elizabeth Allen are spending sev- Special to The Journal. ith a eompll-
agd Sept. .The main buid- eral days i n the Allentown settlement. BluffSprings, ept. 3.Mr.J cation of diseases an la weakened
tg othOd elw pli onC al t oMissBt Stw rt F.. levtuonlast wo,.dition her chance, for recovery are
Sth place I completed.s Miss oy t l t Sunday to visit mother,who sstil noThvery itflatterilng.b that was for
Th tee opTeeirerurnaroy lr studies tt tfe girls co-Ivy sik h e Lw ormed
entertauism the last Friday e During Monday a yellow fever scare Born, September 30, 1905, to Mr. andheresome weekssince held no met-
'me. bean in Milton and many people left Mrs. Will Douglass, a twelve pound in ast evening owh Th e since
TIh paSvtio Is iplesastly located Milton and Bagdad, the majority of baby girl.
about ome hundred feet from shore on them having got away between sums. Miss Nipe, of DeFunak Springs, have been of a high order considering,
the beautiful Oakfield basin. Sur- It Ag all o '- w, ~add 1s as Fla., arrive' here Friday. She is to be the shnrt time that the club has Deen
7oanded by groves Of majestic live healthy a place as isI n Florida. N the principal of our public school. n rt aa be
oaks and other trees, the nearby ',onetis J Mrs. Fauver, who has been visiting It appears that there has been a
ounds are soom to be feed and a, friends here returned to Century Frl- number of cases of small :ox in Scuf-
beautiful park will be the result. thusI .day. fle town (a suberl of Cantonementi.!
cretg delightul place for picnic "It was almost a miracles. Burdock Mr. and Mrs. Thygpen. who have during the past summer, that ha' e
eseursi5o parties and entertainments. Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible been quite sick, are both improving. been concealed. A case was reportedI
Lght draftsteam boats can come breaking out all over the body. I am Mr. Wiley Davis' extra gang Is here to the proper authorities a few dayv,
awg side the wharf and there are very grateful." Miss Juliails Pllbridge, for a while. since. There should be a heavy p.n-
cieveilent landings for other boats. West Cornwell, Conn. Miss Bessie Walker was here on a alty for the concealment of contag.-,
Miss Mary Joyner returned last vasit to her parents last Sunday. Miss ous diseases.
week frot a pleasant isit among Bessle is teaching school out near'
trends in Atlanta. Atmore. Ala. Monarch over pain. Burns, cuts,
Miss Anau Thompson left st week S GE LE VEMr.Brockway is home again after a sprains. stings. Instant relief. Dr.
a a visit to Tucson, Artisona. I S L prolonged business trip to Chicago hom-is' Eclectric Oil. At any drug
Miss Ella Creary Thompson left _______ and other northern cities, store.
'Threiay to enter college at Bowling Mr. Meade Wilson Is here on a visit
Green. Ky. to his wife and children. t
Mr. John Pilditct arrived Thursday Special to The Journal. Cotton is being shipped from here TE I A OfMlA MOATIOnS
from a visit to Michigan Brent,. Sept. 3.-The equinoxioal every day. OTEL ACC 1MODATIONSU
Married-Wednesday eight at the storm commenced with a gentle rain The detention camp is under con- VANCE'S HALL, NORTH OF ASHE-
Presbyterian church. Rev. M. An-ion Wednesday afternoon, lncrqasing struction about three miles south of VILLE, N. C., COOL, HEALTH ,'. EX-
drews olciating. Mr. Jonn S. Boswell through the night and culminating in here. CELLENT TABLE, ADDRESS
to Miss Hattle Whitsworth. A recep- an eastern blow with heavy downpour Rev. J. L Fillingim and J. M. Filllin VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C.
a --- of rain up to TBursday night. gim made a business trip to MoDavid 28sept.
Miss Willie sGlaa left us on the 27ttb this week.
Avoid Yellow Fever. for her long Texas home by some Mr. N. J. Brewton's livery stable is
rse the great antiseptic preventive., muaTSegal northwardo movement. very near idle since the various quar- reathew iame.
Plan's Liniment. Six drops of Sloan's Miss Carrie Van 4Pslt, sister of the antines have been in force. No drum- "if the chickwed and scarlet pim-
UAnimect on a teaspoonful of sugar b.ood-bound sheriff, slipped quietly mers now. I he pandchickweedr tin scrtl rain
willkilldyell -loundshr lpelrapernel expand their tiny petals rain I
w-ill kill yellow fever and malariaaway to California in company with Mrs. MeDonald. of Hattiesburg, need not be expected for a few hours,"t
perms.!the tewarto on the 17th. inst. Miss., arrived here last week to stay
S-- Jim Crow. is again turning over in with Mr. Cowart's family for a while says a writer. "Bees work with re-
Shi comn for a new lif to come. JIm oubed energy just before a rain. If
is like the cats- hardto kill, and ps the flies are unusually persistent either
s s'~ d with duplicate lies. a In the house or around stock there is
d 1 r .I will'be in turn for the white folks s.TA rain In the air. The cricket sings att
Did It Ever to play "boycott" now. UUL IL the approach of cold weather. Squir- i
Don't be silly. brethren! Comply rels store a large supply of nuts, the 1
wviuh legal requirements. and make their husks of corn are unusually thick and
Sest of everything. If it were enact- Special to The Journal. the buds of deciduous trees have a
OCC r 10 Y u u that either whites or blacks should' Cottage Hill, Sept. 30.-Heavy rains firmer protecting coat f a severe win- t
be deprived of the use of the street every day after a drouth of five ter is at hand. If the poplar or quak- t
cars. it would provoke the highest weeks. Ing asp leaves turn up the underside i
that an air of prosperity oom- kicking that Jim Crow ever expert- Leo Fairchild has moved into the 'rain will soon follow. T
mands respect? enc.d. new house lately erected by him near, "If the camphor bottle becomes roily
it will be so nice for birds o( a feah- Mr. George Dunn's place. It is going to storm. When it clears
You know there is a very fit- er to be flocked together when enjoy- Mr. Durham has moved to Pi -o settled weather may be expected. This
g expression that you can g street car rides about the cityasn Brren where he will teach the school idea has seemingly been utilized in the s
get mere with your diamonds on ,September closes like a gasping rec- manufacture of some of our cheap a.
than you can get on your dia- ord-breaker. Friday was thunder day manufacture of some of our cheap a
moads," and It' a fact. vi.h occasional intermissions to re- barometers. The main trouble is they
gain its breath ana' strength. UI seldom foretell the change until about t
The intemperate doses of water are the time it arrives. I t
a ing out the cultivated fields. always tell it 'in their bones' when a
SIfuODIIL A fine deer has escaped from Mr., storm is approaching, and of this prog- a
Sw a Brent's herd and finds satisfactory, "I h beve using Ca-e rea for Insomila. with nostication the octogenarian of today c
A well-groomed man not only range in our cloptonia gardens. blemh I ha n er twenyeaa Is as firm an advocate as were his fore- a
command res hut demands THO. MMI r than any other rmdyI havre ever trie a
command respe'. but demands LitAN. s all eoiay reommniead them _6 =i nfe tathe_.


Only
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one remedy in tie world that
once stop itchiness of the skin
part of the body. Doan's Oint-
AT any drug sore, 50 cents.

NING Of THE


CLASSICAL SCHOOL


T.,. Gifad 11gm. .
Beat For
The Dowels


Pesant. Pa!atabl. Potent. Taste oCDOood.,
ewevr Sekea., Weaken or Orifp. Ue,. 35e. eNae
sold in balk. The geonine tables ptmpe4 CVC
At a meeting of the advisory board an..seed to cure orr yormoney back.
of the Pensacola Classical School held' StlingRetmedyCo.,Chieaoor N.Y.u
Sept :5. 1905, it was founa' advisable to AL SLE, TEI LM XU
postpone the opening of the coming
sew-sio until more favorable condi-
tMon, prevail. A rGoldstucker Bros.'
Pricipa NEW HACK EXCHANGE.
Low rates at Southern Hotel far|All first-class rubber-tired vehicles
rooms and board. and gentle horses. Phone 814.


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LIEF FUNO


FOR THE SICK:


Decided that Mouey Cmuiutatd
By Citizens Shall Be Used for
Sick Where ecessar

The executive committee of the cRl-
zens' relief committee, and a commit-
tee from the city council held a joint'
meeting yesterday to discuss primar~.-
13 the disposition of the donations to:
the relief fund. The meeting was the!
outcome of a letter addressed to thej
council by W. K. Hyer, Jr., chairman of
the executive committee, stating that
it was the sense of the committee that'
balance of the money contributed to
the relief fund be used for provisions,
nurses, etc. ,instead of using it to
clean up the city. The sense of the'
communication was that this was the
wiser policy on account of the increas-
ing dem&anb from the numerous pa-
tients about the city.
The question was thoroughly gone
over and discussed from all stand-,
points. The mayor was not in favor
of making the proposed use of the,
funds inasmuch as the money, he con-
tended, had been donate' for the pur-
pose of cleaning up the city and exter-
minating the fatal mosquitoes. An un-
derstanding was, however, readily
reached and it was decided to expend
$4000.00 towards the care of th-e sick
and the remaining $500.00 to go to-,
wards the present war on the mosqui-
toes.
The entire amount will be judicious-
ly spent, but, on account of the increas-
ing demands upon it, it is possible that
the remaining sum will fall short of
what will be actually required to carry
on the work and to care for the city's
sick.


It is unuarstood, however, that the
finance committee will recommend the
appropriation of one thousand dollars
to continue the work of cleaning the
c!ty and destroying the -mosquitoes.
Much good will no doubt bre accom-
plished with these amounts towards
improving the sanitary conditions.
JAPANF"E RESTAU RANTS.
Their Frmrw hltah s, the Ul of arew
and the ro*4.
"At the entrance to a Japanese res-
taurant one finds a number of the
wooden 'gaitas' (clogs) which the Jap-
anese slip off in exchange for straw
braid sandals," writes a traveler. "The
strange thing here about it is the fact
that no mixups occur, although to an
outsider these clogs all look much
alike. The dining room Is closed I
with the regulation sliding doors,
which can be taken away In summer,'
and opens on the regulation Japanese
garden, with the regulation dwarfed
trees and temple incense burner. As i
in most Japanese houses, the ceiling is
low, and, while the writer never bump- I
ed his head against any of the cros-
beams, six footers might well beware.
The tables are covered with immacu-
lately clean linen, the chairs upholster-
ed and with slats acres the legs, so
as not to rip open the matting. Evri-
dently the Japanese who have been
abroad and those who work In offices
appreciate the comforts of a chair.,
Knives, forks and spoons also seem
to appeal to them. I don't know wheth-
er they fully appreciate the mission of
the spoons-they seem to think that;
the biggest possible noe should be
made when eating soup. One seems to
try to outdo the other.
"Moving silently on straw sandals,
the waiter brought me a bill of fare.
Not an ordinary bill of fare. It Ia a
piece of black lacquered wood, the
menu written on It with white chalk
In Japanese characters only. If a dish
cannot be served further the finger is
passed over that number, and it dis-
Ippears from the mean. I began at
the right hand side, remembering that
the Japanese do always the opposite
from the way we should do-and, lo!
I got a cup of bouillon. It was not
properly salted, but with a pinch or
to tasted excellent. I then pointed at
he next vertical column-they also
*ead upside down here-a-ad the waiter
brought me soup. It was waved away.
Number three looked like a dish of
worms, minute fiah-I believe they call
hem 'bait' on the hotel menu-with
heir eyes like tiny black dots. They
ire baked In a bunch and with a little
Worcestershire sauce are quite palata-
ble.
"Next an exquisitely cooked chicken
cutlet, and number five was such a
steak as one could not Improve upon
anywhere. I would fain have passed
in farther down the line or rather to
he left, but lest I should be tempted
o eat too much I asked for coffee. It
i safe to do that. They know no other
same for it here. My bill was 'Ich yen
idde sen' (1 yen 20 sen), or about 00
ents American money! This included
Dint of Kirin beer brewed la nJapan"


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FURNITURE OF THE

BETTER QUALITY.
When buying you might jusL as well buy hiilh-grade
Furmlture-the kin oI we sell. Lots rhcheapr in tii- end.
It wil look well and give the best of service for a life-

BUY NOW, PAY LATER.

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At this time ef year iN lns a ngrat del dmiSara and chMlk md swm.

LEWIS ANTI-MALARIA AND CHILL COU E
IT CURES TO STAY CURED.
Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS M CO., Whm r its, Et GWer t Street
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HATS OFF.
smails slow to De Facts About the American Indian's
Snails are slow even when it comes, Healthy Hair.
to dying, and one naturalist who had, The American Indian accustomed
mounted a shell upon a card was sur- from time immemorial to go bare-
prised to find four years later that the headed in all kinds of weather is
warm water employed in soaking the never troubled with falling hair or
shell off the mount had revived the in- baldness.
mate, which he had long since sup- The close atmosphere caused by
posed to be dried and dead. our civilized" head-gear is condusive
Several peci s another ollee- to the breeding of infinitesimal germs
m which dig into the scalp and thrive
tion were revived in a similar manner' the sap of the hair-root. *
after they had lain in a drawer for This true cause of baldness is of re-
some fifteen year,. These had not been cent discovery and explains the non- Te Leading 3or-a-quatr and 10-cent-straight Cigar sa
glued to a cxrd, but had been left lying ;aldness as a functional disorder. I t ] S
loose and, though frequently handled, Newbro's Herpicide is a direct ex- te U, ud States,
had shown no signs of life. They were terminator of the germ. "It destory's
thrown into tepid water with the idea the cause and permits the hair to Frank Reill), Agent,. Pensacola, Florida.
of cleaning out the shells, but to the grow as nature intended.,9
surprise of the owner the snails were For saWe by W. A. D'Alemberte -, .
found creeping abont the basin whey 1icggih and apothecary, 121 South
So, toito .p...,,. Subscribe for The Journal, lOc week.
be returned to complete the task. jPaafo Stree or send 10c in stamps!
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an awful onwlay to give a good
trout: it care 4n buying.
Don't go to Mr. Credit tore
and pay on'-th'rd more 'or the
same quality. Come in and me
our iine of
CLOTHING. HATS SH4OES
AND FURNISHINGS AT
CASH PRICES.



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CASH CLOTHIER
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pack them, the crews will have to
take them back aleU omeoOne uys
them for fertilizer purposes. When
S" 4 Ithe work of packing was begun it
S- Iwas fImnd that the local ice company
b happened just at that time to be
"shy," and wh ile Manager Heaert
this morning offered to put the 1sh l-I
cold storage it was too iate, the flesh
having already commenced to decom-
pose.
S The loss of the fifty barrels of fish
means the actual loss in cash of $20j
or thereabouts.---West Palm Beach
Sun.

Japanese Sugar Cane.
W. P. Balkom was in town last Fri-
day and brought a sample stalk of his
Japanese sugar cane that measured
DoveBrA is Pa s d o s sten feet and three inches of so'id
made fr n the flne malt.and 'imported hops. Joints. This is the largest that we
It is aged for t to prevent biliouness have seen, and we are wondering
Sand is e ma-"- T beY d pO irity of what the Fair is going to bring forth
life. No purer, P at a dt Bao hnin this line any way.-Dei fiumLk
Shad for the home, fir a outings an d n ,
S Or 1 lt Alwys call or .e Beer The Fair and the Fewr.
made fi~xso bye t aw suw y "a Howard Cawthon returned Sunday
morning from the west end of tneoo
W GE RSThBe pwi 4 railroad where he has been billing the
T h orru i n abig h air. He could get no further upl
the Yellow River road than Laure:
Hill on account of the senseless
quarantine at Florala, which accord
ing to the Florala News, is a mighty
flexible sort of concern, the officials
PIt e TER EL, Dca.TRIUTOR PENrACOLA, FeORIDA. admitting those they choose and snut-
PIETERB S - i I.. Breeze.
UInWrmSITY OF THE o r44 1 n #-%W 4#c~ A Gadsden County Kid.
STATE OF FLORIO#D Byron Gregory, the 9-year-old son of
bbrwacing the following subje0ta: Mr. A. S. Gregory of Gadsden couivy
L aguage and Literature--& tour. l o i rida Fa cts nd nfcsI esi : and' a nephew of Mr. Willam Sauls -it
yeaorse o eag to thus e degree of wF pori t t S H i nan ses c the Daily Capital gang, has ninety five
acelor of Arts. Greek Is mot re dollars in cold cash for his Christmas
red but is offered as an elective money this year. f ryon's father gave
t gaget the COUr him a small piece of land near tnV
U. Geoe rall ie tadtided homestead for a tobacco "patch," with
of cOUrs" 1. Chemical cO re; The PFrt in ad Repair. I During the past four years four of the the understanding that if he did ald
anthem atical course, Natural H Mftjy Sergeant Pate has at times among oldest have died. John Jumper of the cultivation and gathering himself
er. No Greek and only entaZUn bhi. visitors to the fort the irrepressi- new Rhier, Tommy Tiger of Miami that the proceeds would be his alone
laM is required in them courses. All ble crank who finds fauk wherever he River, Hotalkeyohola of Big Cypress to spend as he liked. Byron is a nervy
spar-year courses. goes. Last Sunday a man visited the and Ocheshachee of Miami River. lad and he tackled that patch ear'y
I11. Agricunire-PoUr-Year ad4 two. fort and after learning from the scr- "Old Doctor was about 6 feet 4 and often, when not going to school or
Pe tur'Ses. 'geant the place of entrance went to inches tall, and would weigh about fishing. The only assistance that hei
IV. gancr-year cour the old fortress and remained about 170 to 180 pounds, and in carriage had was that his father did the plow-
SMechanical. Civil ad Eectricalan hour examining everything witn was erect and straight as an arow. ing for him to get his patch in conal-
agineering. also a two-year coUrse the greatest care. He left the fort, "His features were above the aver- tion for cultivation. There is a moran
t Meeaica. No AO or Greek 5 t he. walked around it an again ac- age, and he was very iu!elligent, and in this, and it also shows what al-
O InIto U. or IV. T e full oarMt Icoted the sergeant asking him if he enjoyed a quite conversation, and sden county can do in the way of ger -
ader II., III. and [V. lead to the d.. were in charge. Sergeant Pate re. took a grext interest in the probabili- ting money out of ks splendid soil.-
gree of Bach lor of Science; the short plied that he was, and the man toid ties of the future welfare of the Semi- Tallahassee Capital.
ourues t(, a Certificate of PofcIeney-. him ery sternly that the fort was noles. *
V. Pharmacy-- A full two-yearecouraii hir ee sernly to the t wu' fes. e a
V. Pharmacy-A full twoyear corse in wuotched condition and that the t* * The Bay Country and Pensacola.
ao be begun in September, 1906. sergeantt was neglecting his duty. He Big Naval Stores Deal. The Bay country which depends al
VI. Normal-Three courses for further advised the sergeant that he Another deal of more than ordinary most wholly on water communication
teachers: A one-year course lead to would report him to Secretary Hayl importance in naval stores circles has with Pensacola is the most affected
Scertificate, A three-year course lead- at once. The sergeant told him hei been consumated in this city, C. W. of any locality in this section by the
le to an L. tDiploma; A four-Year would have a long way to go to sub- Chase having purchased from J. 3. i present quarantine restrictions in Pen-
course leading to the degree of Bel.h mit his report. Evidently the visitor McDonald his immense naval stores sacola. The freight boats now have
.r of Pt-aagog3. was ignorant of the fact that the Sec- interests situated at Fairbanks, and to load and then lie at the quarantine,
An amp-i corps of competent teach. retry Hay hai been dead for several embracing an area of several thou- station for five days before coming up
em. A high ci.rriculum-Expense ls months.-St. Augustine Record. sand acres of fine timber, and twen- the bay. Fortunately the merchants
ftclud-ng board. $120 to $1;IO per year. -"0 a f
ldi g board. $120 to $0 per year. s e dIty-three crops in operation. This is down there have laid in unusually
ftll term opens September 27. 1905 That Catle in the Air. one of the most extensive and has' heavy stocks, so that thelr trade wl'
Seno" for Csator.|l The last Legislature appropriated proved one of the most profitable utr- suffer but little if any inconvenience,
ANDREW SLEDD President. $25.000 to build and furnish an ex.;pentine farms in Alae-ia county. It unless the situation should become
tAke City, Florida. ecutive mansion in Ta a:gassee, but was established about five years ago! much more serious than it is now.--
it is still a castle in the air with but by B. F. McCall. who, after working De Funiak Breeze.
little prospect that it will materialize the same a couple of years, sold thel * *
THE PENSACOLA until after the session of the next property to J. B. McDonald & Co. Mr. A New IFlorida Pear.
a Legislature. This curious and unfor- McDonald acquired eventually the en. Mr. G. D. Shaw has a pear t:eei
CIASSCl L i unate condition of the matter is tire business, and has been operst- on his place north of town that is a
SL SCH4 chargable to a strange proviso attach- ing it continuously until the transfer wonder. It is a LeConte seedling, but
ed to the law making ;he appropria-Iwas made to Mr. Chase.---Gaineaville differs much from its parent in char-
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TOe tion for the building. This proviso is Sun. acter and quality'. This pear ripert
that no part of the $25,000 shall be ex-l o * on the tree without getting mushy at
ITS WORK. ended for any purpose uttll a site ac-, Lost Fifty Barrels of Mullet. the core, has a fine flavor and is
ceptable to the commission shall have, Mr. John B. Beach, c the East sweeter than the LeConte. This pear
been "dqsated." An abortive effort Coast Fish Company, is not in toe is as heavy a bearer as the Kieffer.
Prof Walter M'ler, professor oat was made by the citizen, of Tallahas- very best of humor today, and his but excels that fruit in every respect
Greek it, Tulane University, after see to raise money to purchase the' fe#,ing cannot be attributed to ili --except as a pojectile for piercing
visiting the classical school. wrote site and then they dropp-ed the whole health, either. armor plate or bombarding fortifica-
the following unsolhcitel opinion to a business, taking the very natural p&-, The cause of Mr. Beach's troubics' tions. It ripens late, coming into its
friend and colleague: ition that it was the duty of the is the loss of fifty barrels of mullet. best showing after LeConte shipments
"The Pensacola Classical School ;s State to purchase the s;tc as well asi Yesterday was "mullet day" with Ae are done. Thisapear was named tne
dotng a splendid work for the cause of pay for the building ani the furniture. East Coast Fish Company, the crews' "Florida" by Dr. Shaw ?nd D. L. Pier-
southern education. It Is established It is, indeed, a peculiar law, hardly, bringing in fully" fifty barrels of the! son after consultation, and has been
upon broad principles, it cherishes t'le compatible with the dignity of th fish. For a lack of sufllcient ife ,to propagated to some extent by tn.-
,bghest ideals of scholarship; it main- C nimonwealth, but as its terms are Summit Nurseries. There is little
trains a high standard of excellence; 'explicit there will be no governor s doubt that this new pna: would be-
sad by tbh best modern methods and, mansion at Tallahassee this year nor come a favorite with proper handling
equipment a secures thorughne of next unless somebody dona es t i? JOYS OF MATERNITY a s th bs t rea ever
tin arahie wch of td ground to build it on--something not grown here.-Monticello News.
ythe great m m schools of thPlikely to be done. We g-t the facts C. -* S
Cst. Tl my m:ind the Ptnsacola in this matter from th" Tallahassee WOMAu'S BEST *OPE AEAUZED Hugging Hi Tyeriert.*
best se.'ondar3 'ho,-ls of the south"' True Democrat.-Live Oak Democrat. It is told that in a nearby town re-
Dr. Venable. pc,-td.nt of the Urn- a Mrs. Potts Tells How Women Should cently a local newspaper published a
varsity of North Carmin.a writes: "-I Florida Clam Industry. I Pepare for M o od paragraph stating that a certain our-
gives mi pleasure to testify to the A fortune awaited our citizens for aness man ofta thrown was in the-
-,orouchss of the pr(paration >f years, but they- failed ; grasp the op- The darkest days of husband and habit of hugging his lady typewriter,
the z<'udeut. who have come from i'-t unity. About a year ago a party wife are when they come to look fog, and if he didn't quit his name woul:l
your scho, i to "he university. We of business men took a cruise around ward to childless and lonely old sg. be published. Before the paper an-
should be giad to have more of the our water5 as far as Marco, an island Many a wife has found herself inca- peared the following week twenty-
samie '"yp a tw miles from here, on their yacht, able of motherhood owing to a dia- three business men called, paid up
Dr. Gee. Petr,. professor of Latin and observed a jreat chance to make placement of the womb or lack of their subscriptions, left orders for
and Hi~, ry .n :-. Alabamna Polyteca- mn uey by building a canning factory strength in the generative organs. twenty-three columns of advertising
ric Inst.tu wri.:, 'l consider the and putting up clam chowder and and told the editor to "pay no atten-
Pensacola C,..s.i:, Schol one of the c.am bouillon. On their return to tion to foolish stories."
the souLL. I can cofidently endo-se h.wn machinery for the factory, 1' Fair at De Funiak Springs.
th, thoroue .ness of it'. work and the wI ich took nearly a year in building, From a catologue and premium list
healthy nian.:y 'C:osphere that pe,'- comnpeted only a month ago. They received at this office, we are authori-
vade- the :" tui 'r- also sent their yacht t.i ply between tatively informed that the Gulf Coast
For furSeor information or cata- his amd Marco. This neek the yacht Fair and Agricultural Exposition will
logue of i: cn*: a.nre.. brought the first shipments, over 500 be held'at DeFuniak Springs, Novem-


H. CLAY ARMSTRONG. cases of their product, to be sent to bet 1st to 4th inclusive. The premium
Principal. Ntw Yorl by the Mallory Line. The list proves to all that they are ir
SIc'.amns in the vicini'y of the plant are earnest and have offered some good
inexhaustible.-Key West Advertiser prizes.
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO* t The DeFuniak Fair will be an e hI-
Experience of a Census Taker bition of interest to all farmers ind


Carc atts Transfer Go cat. M. Johnson, ha, some funny .:
*VIch18 U 1Tra ser1 V xp-riences to relate ;n his work of .-..
Thor. B. Thor-cro, Pep tz.king the census of Lee county. r
"Where were you born?" he inquired
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION cf one old lady. "In Florida," was
the reply. "Where were your parents Ana et
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TC Io'-n?" **Don't know." "Were the: -
BAGGAGE CAY OR NIGHT. iorn in F;orida?" "No," replied th-1 Frequent backache and distressing
old lady; "'1 think one was born at pains, accompanied by offensive die.
PHONE 9 Nocatee and the other at Orlando. charges and generally by irregular
P. O. X>. 97.. adFt. Myers Press. and scanty menstruation indicate a dls
X F. M s .* * placement or nerve degeneration of
A~ Noed Seminoe Da the womb and surrounding orrans.
ATNoted Seminole Dead. The question that troubles women
I The Ft. uderdale correspondent is how can a woman who has some f e
O | | of the Times-Union says: "A letter male trouble bear healthy children?
r W f On from Tom Tiger to Frank Jumper Mrs. Anna Potts. of 610 Park Aven
tells of the death of Ocheshachee, one Hot Springs, Ark., writes:
Sof the oldest Seminoles !n the Ever- My DeawMr Pinkham:-
11 S glades. Ocheshacbee was be ier, Duringtheearlypartat myanitiUfI
known among the white people as OGd wa deic health: botmhOambamd a
Colla s andCuffI I t Doctor, and was a typical Indian In I ,om vbIhno fmsa mj o'u
rtla No every way. and ranked high in the ar id mety.
is first-eass. Norough councils of the Seminoles. who hadbein cured by Ldia. EPtmi.
edges, so breaking. We "Old Doctor was well known by a VegetableCompound a i Miedm rto"eyit. I
Severe modern con- large number o. white people, and lid s ad mn felt that I Wua- rown
tt fcefor tamrning t his many friends will regret to hear 'I myhadn m ory beadLma owmat
t et 'a r ofk his death. 'te, I had no more besrntg-down pimh., a-d
the b au MWokoffhisdealh6tke an enwwoman. Within a year I
possible. There are only a few of the oldt became the mother of a hamfthy
Semiaoles now living in the Ever- child, the joy of our heos, Lydi. Ptk-
S The Star Steam glades which has been their princi- bars'* Vegstable C d ama y a
palplace of living s e the days of : ;;&;e -
Ahbseeuhola, Osceola, the great chief Atate ina M SSr
L u r a Actal sterility i woman I wy
"A agLaundry. those who can relate the rae lfanvwomanthinkamsheisster
S7 E. Garde. St Ph.ne 114 history et the years from l tod 18etbia r Pikha'
Pensacol a F there "old Tallabaskee of Cow Creek. Vetable Compndald writatoMrs
FOld I t~hbe at Big Cypvrm and f sPinkham, Lynn, Mass. or sdvle is
Old Billy Harney of Miami village)


fine stock breeders of Florida, as t'
will be more of an exhibition of that
character than a vaudeville perform-
ance. Such fairs are for the educa-
tion of the farmers of the State:
where they can meet and compare
notes, also learn what will be the
most profitable crops and stock for
their respective localities.
The premiums offered for horses.
cattle, sheep and hogs, as well as
other farm stock, are very liberal and
should be an incentive to farmers to
enter the competition with the best
they can produce. The farmer in
Florida will always be the leading
spirit in the advancement of our we!-
fare, and the best of everything
should be produced by him.
The poultry business, when success,-
fully conducted. should be a paying
industry, and this line will receive
much attention at the Fair. The pre-
mlums in all departments are good,
and those who have not received one
should address R. W. Storrs, Secre-
tary, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.-Gainee-
vllle Sun.

NOTICE
Tor the benefit of our Warrington
and Navy Yard patrons, Mr. John
Ranee will solicit and deliver any
orders given him during the quarantine
for
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The Sunday


Sse., all weeds growing thereon to a
Legal Advertisementss heigt exceeding eighteen inches;
S- whenever the owner of said premise-;,
An Ordinance to Fix the Salary of the or other person who is required by
City Attorney, this ordinance to cut down and re-
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Coun- move the same, fails or refuses to do,
cil of the City of Pensacola: so.
Section 1. That beginning on Sep- In the event that said Board shall
tember first, 1905. the salary of the cause weeds to be cut down and re-
City Attorney shall be Twelve Hun-: moved from any private premises the
dred Dollars ($1.200.00) per annum. cost thereof shall be certified by it to
Sec. 2. That all ordinances and the Comptroller and the same shall be
parts of ordinances in conflict here- assessed as a special tax against said
with be and the same are hereby re- premises, and shall be a lien against
pealed. said premises to be enforced in t'he
Passed September 6, 1905. manner provided by law for the col-.
Approved September 6, 1905. election of other special tax bills.
CHAS. H. BLISS, Sec. 4. That nothing herein shahl
Attest: Mayor of City of Pensacola. be construed as applying to any un-
C. E. MERRITT, Clerk. improved lot, or parcel of land, or
8septoaw4w. public way not wihin the limits
bounded as follows: on the North by
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Gonzalez Street, on the South by
Estate of E. H. Ham, deceased.- Hickory Street- on the East by Tentn
Creditors, legatees, distributes and Avenue, and on the West by OlivIa
all persons having claims or demand-. Street.
against the said estate are required ec. 5. That any person convict
to present them to me within two (2) ed in the Police Court of violating
years from this date. any provision of section one (1), or
MRS. C. G. CHERRY, section two (2) of this ordinance
September 2, 1905. Administratrix. shall be punished by a fine not ex-
-- ceding one hundred dollars, or by im-
Administrator's Notice. prisonment not exceeding (60) dava,
Estate of John E. Lawless, deceased. or by both such fine and imprison-
CreAiors, legatee4. distrioutees and ment in the discretion of the Re.,
all persons having claims or demands corder. I
against this estate are required to Sec. 6. That this ordinance shall
present them to me within two years take effect immediately. i
from this date. Sec. 1. That all orainancea an.l
MILTON E. CLARKE. parts of ordinances in conflict here-:
September 30, 1905. Administrator. with be and the same are bereby re-
loctoaw8w. pealed.
Passed September 23, 1905.
EXTERMINATION OF MOSQUI- Approved September 23. 1905.
TOES. Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS.
An Ordinance to provide for the ex. C. E. MERRITT, Mayor.
termination of Mosquitoes, and to Clerk.
regulate the cutting of weeds.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and FUMIGATION AND SCREENING.


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City Health Officer, or any as'sist..t
0o such officer who shall be dialy .ii-
th(irized by the C.:y Boarld of Hfia h.
*Sec. 3. Thai any person un .
shall fail, or r, f'i;-. to allow c;.
buildinir. or other pia.c to be fumni'-t-
edl. or screened. as is her--in provide i,
or who halll in any" ;I:n,:-r resist. !-
pos(. hinder or in;'-r,.'e with the C(ry
Health Offlier. Marshal.. r othor dii v
authorized person in rth doing of an -
thing relating t) tho t':nirartion r
.-creening of any ll ai! lin.-:. or piave. 'or
in the porforniii.nc- ,f "iIu\ I >her o'l-
cial duty. as h,- r.i- n pr )viddl, or i
may be prsesc 'lt'l h)y the rules an I
regulations Health, or who .hai : d,- trn'- or da..i-
age. any- se.-i-r which shat. be plar--I
in any l)o-:.!i or other place, sha:l
upoTn conv:rti(.n i 'roof in the Pol.-',
Court he puni-hol! hv a fine of not \-
ceering Fiv lin r. '.r aI'O0) Dol;lar.
or by imprisnnin'nt not e'xcoeding .x-
tv (60) day:. (,r lv .bv'h 'ich fine aA.d
iniprisonmrent. ill ti',- dll- :tlion of o
Rc orler.
Scc. 4. That thi ,!r-dinance shall
take effect int ' Sec. 6. Thar al ; ,rinancoq, -ll
parts of orlina.','--. in c.nflict her.+-
with, h, anIl t ':, >: .:r,' ire-by re-
pei e'd.
Passel Sept-niber 23 19'5.
Approved Septmin''- '' 190-1,
Attest: Ci.\AS. 11. BLISS.
C. E. MERRITT, Mayor.
C!"l-rk.


TO THE TRADE.


On account of
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quarantine, we will
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holi se in P''- .ir'ol unti1 same is ":.'-
'okeld. W,- wi'I make- all oil an I
grain shipmncn's from Mobile, Ala.
same will go forwiarl promp'I'1. Send
us your orl,-rs for h::zh gral. oils.
PL'UE OIL CO.,
14.eptim. J. F. Davis, At.


Council of the City of Pensacola: An Ordinance to provide for the fumi- --
Section 1. That from the n.rst gation and screening of certain LAUNDRY NOTICE.
day of March to the first day of Do- buildings and places to prevent the! Owing to h,' s ar-iv ,t y ol'ectior-3
member hereafter it shall be unlawful spread of Yellow Fever. an4 hI a' -,.e ot Mr. Wa'k-r In-.
for any person who shall own, control Be it ordained by rtie 3Mayor an, raham fro.w TL- c;:y, ir in U-c',c.ary j
or occupy any lot, or parcel of land. Council of the City of Pensacola: )lacC the biruss oF 3 a.-h bai.
or premises, in the City of Pensacola, Section. 1. That whenever the Monthly c. r,:t rs at' br,-hy nt;i.
or for the agent servant, representa- State Health Officer, or the City Board fled taat rmnm-y1 1 must ie I ,ft at horra
tire or employee of any such person, to of Health. shall announce that yellnv to pay (le, i. man. or paci age wtd
allow any vessel, tin can, or recepta- fever exists in the City of Pensa-o!a, be brought bat < to laundry office.
cle, of any kind whatsoever contain- the building, or place, which any such STAR LAUNDRY,
in& stagnant water, or water in which case of fever shall exist, and all bui.l!-l sept 1w By H. J. Mackey
the larva of tae mosquito may exist, ings and places within three hundred
to be, or remain anywhere upon such, (300) feet thereof, and all places and
lot, parcel of land, or premises. all buildings in which any per- EM- --*
Sec. 2. Tnat during the time, son infected with yellow fever TERSELY TOLD
mentioned in the foregoing section it shall have been within five (5) days BUSINESS LOCALS.
shall be unlawful for auv person who prior to the time of the announcement
shall own, control, or occupy any lot, that he was infected with said :is- e-.2_ y/^';*-^.?-: *^.. <
parcel of land, or premises in the City ease, shall be subject to fumigation,
of Pensacola, or for 'he agent. her- with such disinfectants and in such, Hendrnx & Car),.'n*er w'il furnisl
vant, representative or employee of manner as may be prescribed by the egtima:es on ;iti'diun and painting
any such person, to allow weeds to City Board of Health; and all build- anti giv personal "attIn'ion to work.
grow upon such lot. parcel of lan l ings and places which shall be funmi- t)3 E. Strong, and'i 24 East LaRue
or premises to a height exceeding gated as herein provide shall also be streets.
eighteen (18) inches. thoroughly screened in Fuch manner ,
The word "weeds" as herein used as the City Board of Healh shall McKinzIe Oerting f Co., wholesale,
shall be held to include all rank vege- prescribe. retail ship ch.n'er. and wo
table growth which exhale unpleasant Sec. 2. That is shall be the dul,: the only fl-st-class hcm'e- of ta kr-n
or noxious, odors, and also all high' of the Marshal and police of the City, In Pensacola. Fair -e. to all.
and rank vegetable growth that may and all sanitary inspectors vested,/ -
conceal pools of water, trash, filth, or with police powers, to cause the ar- Why use inferior paper, when you
any other deposits which may be rest of all persons who shall fail, or can buy Kelso Bond. -fach Dimity,
detrimental to health. e n refuse, to allow any building. or Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V
Sec. 3. That it shall be the duty Iother place to be fumigated, as pro- I Thompson's 30 S. Pahfox.
of the Board of Public Works to cause, vided herein; and it shall be the dutAy
to be cut down and removed from aUl of any such ocer apon the written Low rates at Southern Hotel for
public ways and other public places' order of the Mayor to enter any suca rooms and board.
of the City all weeds which shall grow building, or place, between the hour
to the height exceeding eighteen (18) of 8 o'clock a. m., an 5 o'clock p. -',I NICE, FRES44 MOBILE OYSTERS
inches: and it shall, alto, be the duty and to cause the Same to be fumigat- ON THE HAL- SHELL AT NICK
of said Board to cause to be cut down ed and screened as herein provided APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
ana removed from any private prem-i under the personal supervision of the DAY.


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Put Dollars


Into Your Own Pocket,


Not that of your landlord's, for that's
what you do when you pay rent for a
home to live in.


Start Buying a Home To-day.


We can show you how, and can start
you now. Don t delay. A little down
and small payments thereafter put# you
into possession of your own home.


I Pensacola Investment Co.
A.W. W WL, Wp SMOC Scantary.
WW IL OL. M P.-dff .. .L IL .%ov .
J.s. SLUaSA, aV.-A.s. eM ,erw-. uMKWLA T WEM Trsuwr.
215 Eoseaddx 90000, PnM-cola FloridM .
215 Sout th ftx~ Street Penesoos, Florida.
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REAL ES


TATE TWO GOOD


ISDMF NICF lHOSES FOR


FOR SALE INVESTMENTS RENT.
Sroom dwelling. west Garden, 3 lots$1050.00--2 new houses and three lots 10-room Honse on North Hill..$50
on W. Wright St. C'or-?nr prop- 715 North Bayern.............2405
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .1400 erty and you cannot builh. the1304 North Spring .............. i
3 houses, renting 318.00 per month hunses today for l-s than $800. North DeVilIer..........17
.. .......................$1600. !750.00-3 rooms and hall West End. 323 East Gadsden............. 15
3 houses (new) renting $21.00 perhtI e. South front; cornerand 1107 East Cervantes.......... 15
houses (new) renting $21.00 includes three lots. 314 East Strong............... 15
........ ........If your houses are vacant we can 23S West Government......... 15
4 room house, renting $7.00..$600. get you tenantS. 112t Eastr LaRua............1.. 2
I 310 East Romanas............. 12
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00 List your property with us for sale. 111 South r)eV!llier .......... 10
per month.. .. .. .. .. .. ....$750. $20,000.00 to loan on Real Estate. 215 South DeVillier........... 10
S62-5 West Romana............. 10
For Rent. _
7 room house, 916 E. Strong....$1- 50 L.S. BROW N & Co See our board for bargains in re
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00 estate.
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00 200 Theisen Bld'g Money to lend at the lowest mark
rate of interest.
List your real estate with me for ...-. .. N ..--...


sale.
Rents collected' and prompt returns
made.

LESLIE E. BROOKS
204% 8. Palafox St., Fisher Building.


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FOR BALE
FOR SALE--One 3% gal. young cow
with calf 3 weeks ola', 1 2 gal. cow;
1 3% gal. pat churn; 1 pair platform
scales 1 2 wheel nush cart. Apply


Walter S. Hooton, JAiiS VILLt-TuRRE tHAir R-R-
General Dealer in
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00 ivusc qa, DiyuU j3ununec

50 and Fittings.
50,-
00 CYCLES REPAIRED.
00 CYCLES FOR RENT.
0e --
00 Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
50 writers, Guns. Pistols Locks and Umr
50 Irellas repaired.
00 Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives,
CO 't., sharpened.
00 Most complete line ,f keys in the
city.
Try Hooton's Messenger Service
when in a hurry to send messages


;et


FISHER


Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,


Hugh Maloney, 922 N. Davis St. PHONE 87.

WANTED WAM O Help wanted loctlw'
WAprWTID-.. ettica by expex c0 WANTED.-At once; schooner load of WANTED-The people of Pensaco to 1, bl srok m Pala ox, Mf f l lot O
*oee man and salesman.- o oak and pine wood; vessel not to to cease worrying. Let The Journal t19 on car due. For particulars VE tr Lewi
erence. Address 888, care Journal. touch at Pensaeola, but come to an- Want Ad solve the problem for yo. uire of Standrd Clothing Co. AS A PREENTIE try Lewi' nti-
loctlwr chor h front orf navy yard ad tn. They're expert detectives, and can Jan Matostlariy cureand ChIt is a good ton cures, a
W ,Ntri .-D-FlratcIaS lumber book- load there. Peiegraph or phone at mytdthemanyou arelooking or to stay cured. It is a good tonc a
keper and general o0ce man open expense wMat ay vesel can eome. F. he is Included In the 25,000 or 30,00" FOR SALE.--Comc "Otegomyia" pos- good liver regulator. You need it at
for poio October 1st. Address N. Howell, phone 889, Warrigton, people which makes the population tal cards for sale at White's Re- thi time of the ycar. On sale at aU
Bookkeeper. care Journal. 2ceptlW Fla. 30sept.iw* Pensacola. taurant, two for five cents. Outside druggists, or at Lewis & Co., Ist
. orders will not be file' unless cash Government street. Price, 50c.
We want the public to remember that -" WJWANTED.-Agents in different coun. and postage accompanes order. Or- 13seplm.
we are back at our old stand on Ea.t E A WANTED ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe der quick. 28sept. REGULAR MAIL IaN-Good eovry.
Governum t street, and selling gro- ---... and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proof ance for traveling public. Daily T-
ceres and produce cheaper than any NT -Travell sal Safes and Vault Fixtures of every FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred white ply- vice each way. From hipley to Bay.
ter arm in Pensacols. We mean rWA .-travelng salesman for description. Wrte me for termaL mouth rock roosters, also some eggs head. Address J. M. ILlggl, iChpley,
what we say. Geo. W. Pryor Son. i orida staple lt ; entirely new carrtt Moreno, Pensaco0 Fla., Flor- fo- setting. Address Anna Carlin,' 134014
tirduements to trade; high oommia- Ida State Agnt. 28june. Sunny Bank Fruit and Poultry Farm, REAL ESTATI
6;ons; $25 weekly advance; perman-MayAtelTATpw
WAN'TID.--erybtody to know that eat to right man. F. C. arley Co., BAT ROTL---Open night and dax. Mary Esther, Fla. 28septlw* RAL ESTATE in all par f tcy.
I an prepared to furnish them char- Detroit, Mich. t* European plan. Rodms light and You buy the ground ad we will
Sm in a t M quantity, as I will always clear. Tralsent trad oUe call atI FOR SAL..-Shingles and Wood for build your house on lon tie pay.
have a car load on hand. Will deliv-.WANTD.--4tliable men eve.y*here T79 South Palato. Jo. 8. Nfodan, sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'^ e D. Hale Wa Oa
er any amount from 4 bushels up. to distribute circulars, samples and pop. Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf., TAJL N. O-le U I M 7,
Wagons On the street daily. When advertising matter. Good pay. No _ont'clothinglan
O wanted olten for the fog ~anvassing. Cooperative Advertising FOR SAL-South ha l block 211 ...... ^ o s cnlshr s
en. ovi Coal Yard, Goo. Vuco-. o, 4 W. 28th St., New York It fr l fronting 400 feet on 13th street, byo soroment lotc. 1.
vich i ProCal17spet. For-- 137% feet on Bay Vkev Park; also
h Prop WANTED.-Traveling saeman want- FOR SAL.-Household furniture south half of block 2t2, fronting 400 ..-
WANTWD.-We can accommodate a ed to sell grocer Permanent posi- cheap. 615 East ARua St. 26sept feet on 14th St., by 1&2 tefet on Bay FOR ONK DOLLAR AND p
%ew guets at an ap-to-date mountal tUon. State present occupation and View ParI. The only p:cperty adjoin. CgNTS per ad. we will haau o
hotel; climate delightful and good ws- salary expected. Los Angeles Cider CICK N WHEAT mre s ing Bay View Park that is now for dead horset. ew, e. Leare oriti
ter; oegette rates. A res F. D Co 8. t. Mo. Makeofs towls epeiy l sale. The beautiful view down the at 186 ast UIntndenola. Herrin
Cunnngham Buena Vista, Va. -, T cheap"t oodH0 to be &a&d. y ? bayou and down the bay can never be Brow
i5septim* WA.NTKD MEN-Easy, Healthful Mell e a co Ptone at5 obstrucoted. A. V. Clubb.. 30jly 8AILMAKER.
PLUTOI PLUTOI Work. $3.00 or mre dally. Write lo J. H. PORTER, SAlm.keo, 719
Keep your system in good condition Sr pariculaea Distrib- FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room FOR BALE.-Secoad-hand cash~rg '- Palaox street. Orders taken f
and you need not fear any disease utng rvce, icago. it house and 120 acres of good lad tr in perfect condition. Wl se eas, awnings, camp stools and
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for WA.NTED.-General agent wanted for located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to- cab or ore time. A real bargain. Can et, etc. Prices reasonable. SIjas
sale, wholesale and retail, by Ja this stae, 3best $1 a yar Accident, gether or separately. Terms reason- be seen at James M lugh's. 22mcda
McHugh. |$1.50 Health Policies; large commis- able. House may be rented temper-
S ion, with renewals. A. B. Cille, arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of- FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine OR RzENT
WANTWD.-To rent or uy limp"ov President and General Mgr., 412 Times ice. D sept young mules, sound and in good -
place, not more than 8 miles nor tbuildtng. Times S uare, New York condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-.P FR RENT.-A good 8 room hous3 at
or northwest of Pensacola, with 1 to ,C'ity. t* FOR SALE.--I am Florida State Agent baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. June. No. 121 W. Chase St., with halls,
26 acres of land in cultivation. as- for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates and - --- front and back porches; all modern
tine Hutto, Holts, Fla. iBeptim NON-UNION Compositors. Join the Vatf. Fixtures of all descriptions GROW GINSENG. Large profit. conveniences. Apply to T. 8. Coro,
KIjG- & HUAL, contracting painters Million Club by coming to St. Louis. manufactured by Alpine Safe anI Room in your garden. Roots for sale. i city. loctit
d decorators. Fine varnishing Permanent positions guaranteed to Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. Write today tor literature. Bucking-1
and tniahlag. Sign p'ntitng a spe-. mpetent men. $19.60 per wek of Communicate with me for prices and ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. PFOR RENT.-Five room cottage with
ciuitV Residence phone 249. 29aug. Ity-rhours. AxMre e Mnployment terms before buying elsewhere. Scar. 13aug3mos. bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two
ca Bureau. St. Louis Typothetae, 410 N. ritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. blocks from car lfne. Apply to H. W.
WANTED.-uTou to know that you caa I fourth St., St. LAmis, Mo. 28june. Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm*
buy nice clean old papers at this loct7t* GmOney tO LOan.
A- cheap. WATD 10en in e. .. OR SALE.--Old papers only 10 cents ------ FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner
eaj tchasap.W?.---s smesig n edacrb state to pe, hundred. Good for wrapping A QneyfL.Toan Hayne and Wright efoets. Acone
STO wet ore travel post siga tribut am le paperndtoput under matt ng. Alley t =Lotres.
A IAte wist 4 will bring wodertl and advertise our goods. Salary, $78 clean and nice. Journal office. I W.S. Garteld. Taug.
sl The cast ns too .sig.eMu" y!-ed month; $3 per day for expenses. MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small FOR RENT.-Sall farm 1 block ot-
S r.enes advanced Kuhlman Co.. Do you value your health? I so, amounts on real estate, plain or en- d citlimits on coun ard
to k. .. Dept., 36, Atlas Blk., Chicago. It use our pu.e Blend of Coffee "Dewey" dorsed notes. Prompt service. L S. roas with six room house d ard
WA^ ^.---rerbod^,w .t^_ WANTED--A polminet Monthly Mag and Schly. New Orleans Grocery Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building. eripes in yard and a thrg
ur can't be equaled New Orleans taine waih lareC, ar.ePas circula- *-as. McHugh, Prop. Aug 30 16sept. house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
o ry Co. Ja McHugh, Prop. eie servi ofa loca We ha th O O M. McClellan, at First National Bank.
--(, anPo "r, lo renewals .since18744 an still intend o stay...J MON1TY TO LIND-- 9 goo0 real as1Pensacola. 26auglai
-*a -and increase subscription list in Pen- with you and serve you with the best c rty, or o good ollaera
WANTD.-The public to know that acola. On a salary basis, with a con- of o ies at lowest ar at lowest rates slie .Br FORRENT-Lorraine House, corner
we are pioneer t.offe Roasitrs : tinuing interest from year to year 'n ke prices. New Orleans Grocer Fisher buildin.. ljaoi Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
Fiorida. New Orleans Grocery Co, the business created. Experience o .e .k.t p .cHg.e G Poer W. S. Garafeld. 12jul ,
'as. McHugh. Prop. anug0 sraule. but not essential. Good op.- "" " "urop Mug2Y O y -O a a a
portunity for the right person. Ad- FOR SA.IA-One lot of fine show king *R ar o al property. payabei FOR RENT.-Residence lately oo-
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfter dres Publisher, Box 5, Station 0, cases, especially adapted for mii. wey r sasthly. Whe Youw neot cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
Co. wants your moving and Iauba&ng New York. loctS, linery purposes or for drug store, aosY-. e** me. J. A& Wu11s 22; W LaRua street. Apply to I. M. Cary,
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. -Goveran t lAbr building 43. Palaoxstun
se, Prop- Phone 978. 18June1m. .ANT .-Job Printers; good job also one lot of counters d ine t b bd 43 S. Pax Jne
compositors can secure permanent French plate glass mirrors. E. L. gm 1 F'o-RENT-Twenty-room mouse, cor-
We want even-body to know that we positions at highest wages in an openReese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep ner Barracks and Zarragosm tree.
are wholesale aad retail grocers and shop, w erkin our hoursper eee11-Soth alaf ox. saw wila 7 sU ner f orbras nd ghossre. l
still a. the old stand. New Orleans Ampe protection provide a e s a ammt. SuitableM. for brd house. Appy
Grocery Co., Ja. McHugh Prop. George D. Barnard & Co., St. Loui. so cv d acot. I ale ntl5 & 4Wsm to Mrs. 3. Moremo, 216 t Zarra,
aug30. Mo. ui t52e9-140 aL desa`2m" clg goss. 26mf
WAN-TED-Tour electric work ot all WANTED-Any person to distribute FOR SALE-One Choice block on tog MONUT LOANU l kinds a p t
kinds. Let us clean your taas, re- our samples; $18.00 weekly, steady. of the riage east of the electric magst property em short note B0 0rd nd R mO.
pair your dynamo, 4o your wiring. etc. Mgr. "Empire.'" 4 Wells St, Chicago, railway, between 7th and 8th streets. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upsatairs
Phone 570. Pensaoola Electric Co. I It l* Nature has favored this section and It 289 South Palafox St., Photo 1144 ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large
e 9.V. r*--# U-_ Ailist& A Vr P-I__ 7- f_ I* U WE orjt wIAo_. Ih-Q


corner Intendencia and Baylen street
Ijunela. WANTED -Parties in need of carpetn-
ters. please ring up phone No. 776,
VANTED-Hauling and transfer or apply to L. Redentack. business
work. Oa'-e phone 363. Residence a.ent, room 1, old Armory building.
phone 390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. 27septLm*
ANTED.--Good cook. Apply at 43
PARTIE who want to rem bhomuse, East Gregory. 23sepL2w*
Imams or anything else for taat _
inatr. will Sad The Journal Want, WVANTED -Ho:el cook; colored boy to
AdA a great hel* cook in a small hotel, good salary;
i answer quick, for Chlp'ey Hotel. Chip-
WANTED---4 ers for The Jorarsaa i special Pensacola and Panama Canal
iaitlo0 which will asrtly appear. WANTEP.-All young persons wano
Will costali half-tome pictures of eity. are good stenographers or book-
barbo? sl special sCO-. 15 GNat. keepers, that are seeking positions er
Leave orders at Journal Oate. promotion, to register with us imme-
WANTD- d...a u i Cor, lately. We can secure you good pos-
S cotton se me acks. Out tons. We are having more cals
own shtlp mesa lsad Write a daily than we can supp-:, I.-
F S Melle O. marchla ou no hingto register with us. Mcux ]
___ & Munro. Prolprieiors. rhe Mobe
A. IL BINGIAM waste your caovl business College. No. 62-64 N. Royal ]


and haulin Be sgmatees all break-
ase Phovee6W
BECONI- aND rUmNitrmU Bosr .
hold Articles. Jewek~y ad any sal
able Article wasted We pay on
for it Address P. 0. sa mEf. City.

THE RMRNTAL BUSLNSS is ar
apecIalty and your bimise will
have careful atteMtia. D. .Haw WU
-am & a0&


S:.. Mobile, Ala. lseptlm*
WANTED.-Trustworthy man to man-
age branch office and distributing dA-
pet for large manufacturer. Salary to
start with. $1500 Crat year, and extra
commissions and expenses. Applicant
must have good references and $1000
cash. capital secured. Experience un-.
tecessary. Addret "Manufactaerm,'
21 West Atwater St, Detroit, Mich.
sept.


cauncnube aus umtem A. v. cibb


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PLUTOI PLUtOI UaD mast o money t toes
Keep your system in good condition oa kistd C perusmal pripery
and you need not fear any disease. rates to buahts ame on large
tluto, the great stomach healer, for am. '"he New York Lema Co., 204o
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jan. oa th Pal5~f.
McHuigh.
FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- in an r she s.
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke at 402 PALAFOX ST.
Florida,. No. 68,923. Also some inoe MONWM To OAN ON DIAMONDS
young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, al Watdes, Chatas. BRins ad all ies
registered and transterred. Carl .Set- at t security at lowest rate e
terlind, Chipley, Fl. 1jy7 tinrestL f 3 Uar m U
FOR SALE-Beautifual lock in New _
City. TractNo.3 12. For cash $400.
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court HfoUa. LOST
laugh
FOR SAL---Kill the germs ot fever- @ LOST.-A Malt se Angora Kitten near-
orawr a barrel of shack lime to-day. ly grown. Liberal reward for re-
Phone 3<7. 4aogln turn to Ben D. Beers, At Win. Johnson
&--- Son.
EOR SALE.-My residence on Est
Hill, either Including whole block L OST.-Thursday afternoon, one im-
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 foet each or n alligator skin pocketbook
quarter block of five lots. Apply at itatlon igs tor;s o ktm-
y oce T Bcontning seven $5.00 bills; also num-
myr particular. C. w BUIldgor-fur, er of visiting cards with owner's
24auglm. name. Liberal reward for return to


GO TO TURTON for al imd o"A .
Mesas leaded and unloaded tree
t charge He makes bent* w toe
raps ain e uo mth. 82 reyes a toade
* "flaSm


Herman hite, regn. utepoM..
29eeptit.
AOS)T-Maltese Angora Kitten near-
ly grown Reward for return to 811
I. La&us St. 19lPt


rooms or Urent wit or withoei boara,
directly on water front, saluable for
light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret-;
tinger, Fishervile. Phone 93.
Sept.


Educational
WANTHD.--My patrons to know that
my school will open at the same
r.lace as heretofore, as soon as the yel-
low fever situation will permit Mint
Pattie Holden. 24sept.


, B. a IGHT o GO


Manumtecturers of
and Dealers tn
LUMBER. LATH8, SAWED (GPRESS
SHINGLES AND KILN.
DRIED SAPS.


aRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS
MA r. OIALJ 4k Co0,0 Props
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOQK fg3IE.
Buy yaw meal and stock feed front
h* Bome mala.fctuare e oourag .L
,ome industry. a utrlute to hoa
abor, aMd We g OPSa In yea
amy.


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12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 1133


Pabst

Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no equaL
Sold everywhere.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributr.


Leader


in Imported Wines
and Liquors.


PHONE 1 I.
No. 881 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
DEWSACOLA, FLA.

F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
OBea, Bromaaam building, next
to Pm2aoola Business Cell.
Prompt attention always given t
to business. Paseola. Pla. I


DIREC TOR V
CKMTmAn Ti~naI' Q um&Im


Ltibtiuked Throtih Trains Dal~
NA00VILLE TO 00440* S2
THROUGH SLEEPERS Amoo DAY COACHES
NEW ORLEANS TO CRICAO
DIMINO CARS S90ti MG ALL IMIALb EN nOUTI
LS.U.EILLMANG. P. A.- L LE00n. .A0.J


THE


SHORT LINE


California and Northwest
via
Chicago, Omaha. St. Lo'lis and Kansas
City is the

Union Pacific
and connections, with through sleeping
cars.
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to October 31st, 1905
To California, Oregon. Washington,
Montana, Utah, etc.
Special round trip rate to Calitorf
nia and the Lewis & Ciark Epotl-
tion L.t Portland. Oregon, until Sep-
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from your
station and secure literature. In-
formation freely given.
J. F. VAN RNSSELAHR,
General Agenat
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta. Ga
G. W. ELY. T. P. A.



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*TEAMIR TAMr."OeM
W. G. BARROW, MasWr.
IiRST-CLAMS PA.6-1 it AND
FRIIGHT Zt KVIC3
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There will be a eating of this PENSACOLA, MOBIL&, APALACH16
body on the first and third S'edn S- COLA, CARRABELL E. ST. AMN
days of each month at 7:8 p. m. All DREWS, MILLViLLL
delegates are requested to be pres And all pint, on 3t. Aadrw *s
ean Z. W. ROBBRTS. Carrab eand Apsihjicola.
W. L DBLAY, President. C DUL
W. L SLeave PetaAcola Sunda,. 8:30 ,
m. for Mobile, Ala.
Pensacola Lodge No 3. K. of P jv' Pensacola, Tuesda) 8:21 p,
meets every Monday evening at 7:30 m., for St. Andrews, Mi!lvhl*, Ape
Wb*b at ,tb ( rt HallfBlot aIc'a-cola. Carrabelle and lntere*wAde
Watson bulldnig, corner Palafox and points.
Garden street Visiting brethren eoua For additional information aply t *
dally welom t J. IL SAUNDLRS,
J. H. BREWI'ON, C . R. COBB, Preswdag
EH. o. ff R A Gen. Frt. and Pass. Alt
Pensacola. Fla.
MHelbbome Lodge No ______________________
30 K. of P., meets ever) '"'-' -. .
Tursdaye*fevonalrngat:0' .
ba t third noow, Blouat. .
Ws tWaer Palaor and PATTILLO CAMPB8LL.
Gordon streets VMitnq aelgtse s
cordaH welcomed. Attorneya ,Law.
A L C TI, &0. 0. Roem 405 Thlesen Bulldiig.
C. J. LOWy. IK. of XL&. a &_
KnIghtW of Coelnbus #TH1 0. PC WL Y,
S---tf ofth Ir n_.-__ A I W UREAL ES TATE LOANS ANDMfl


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are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intenda
Cia Stret, o every
Monday evening at
7:0 o'eloek. Aa la-
vitatla Is ntes"


o visttaing Knights.
JOHN & aNJONW
EDM. OX, Grand IalghtL
Recorder.
Psesmom Leqpe. 4, 1. (a p.
Pmu*coia Loda Na. 4. L 0. 0. a .,
pate evemy 'Thursay eveBiJg at 7:vP
at the new hall a West iar,
street Visitings brthen eardita-
nvited. T. 0. 91TESON
IL wrIKmovV. B.ee-*.


R9EXKAH MITERS
Naoal Lodge ho. I, Rebekah Ists
tears at every Mkaday might at
I oeletk to L 0. 0. 6r. ML Vte
tttag aters eortlaiy tavltte to *'
present. MRS. 8. DeTHATWR.
MlU MAMIf raMAJI. eereaWy.
2. 8. B. A. No. 0 1 meets lat ane
third Wednesda event at 7:30 p.
W., Ratord Hall No. 19 Weet Inatm
dencia Street.
A.. QG W Pro.
J. u. sweHNWYT *O.


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COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE 59.

J. P. STOKES,
Attorneyand Comumsllorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

GEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
ReeMo 500 Thiesen 'id. Phone ft

WELSH & SMITH,
DENTIST.
Flaher Building, 204/z South Palatfe
Street.
PHONE 525.

PR. JNO. J. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room & Brent Building. Phone, .8

WM. D. HOWE.


W.O.W.
Ive Oak iamp NM. L W. W Attornyand CounscloratLaw
meets t Pythia nall let and Zrf
Wed dayl tI ask th. W idi w 401 Thlesen Building.
sovrews cMrtdiay veTi.
1ZsL A iWR. es tL.C. PHILLIPSM.D.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Orwe. ES 4. HOMEOPATHST.
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday Offce at No. 7% 8. Palatox. BlouAS
of each math at 3:30 p. m.. 3r floor Banding.
Wvtuon building. southwest corner Ofce Hourws--:8 to 11 a. a.. and
Palatox and Garda streets 't !n 2 to 5 p. m.
sovereigns cordialy iwvted. M s. W. lRei.See. 10 North Palatoz. Phnm
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. Olse, u6--wo rings. Oeffe Phone 6.L
Gasrdian. Sunday-- iect to aOL


Sp0fro rates ay the month.


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- MT rTE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MUONI, UUTOUbU 1, i90I


DONITIOIS


THE NEW YEAI CLEANING U


Hebrew Citizens Observe Church 11N1


Holiay With Appropriate Cere-


I UIII


Roshushah, the Jewish New Year
15'66-1905, was celebrated with cere
ironies befitting the occasion by th<
Jewish population of the city.
The holiday hbgan at sundown on
Friday, the 29th and lasted until Sat
urda. at the same hour. All p!aces o:
li siness conducted by th. Hebrew ci:
izens were ci jsv, accordingly.
Friday nigp:t services at Temple
P.eth-El were conducted by L. B
iiirs(iinian in the ,bsenec of iahb
Koch. who is absent on a visit to hi.
old home in DeInver. (',-o.. and yes
tcrday 831 Cahn and M. D. Danheisser
fi'ed th? RabL;.'s place in the pulpit.
It was a s'-irce ol general regret to
the Jewish people to be deprived ol
Th- presence of their Rabbi on such
'I occasionr.
Ratbhi Ko-.h had left Denver and
F.aric_ on ins reTurn to Pensacola
I ; achin zBi'n; in'ham ht, was s;opp'-d
i a 'elegrain irom he :rusteas of th,;
tmrnple requesting him not to ente:
T (nsacola at tht present t;me.
S TIc afternoon of the now year of
il7.',; was pleasantly splnt in Nov
Y*, ar':- illin, anl leaving good wish ,.
ST n days henc. will come the Sab-
ta:h of Yum Kipper, and the day oi
Sla- tina.


Whet Your Appetite ON W. B. LAMAR


TO CITY'S AID


HE KEENLY SYMPATHIZES WITH
PENSACOLA IN PRESENT


oc.cN ABANDONED AND CITY
WILL TRY THE WORK.


Much More Money is Nm
for Work Being Car-
ried on


i


Citizens of Pensacola are still re-
spondirg slowly to the call for a relief
fund. The money is badly neealed.
and is being used most judiciously. Of
course, more money is needed, and all
those who are able to afford it are,
rrged to sen! in contributions. The
donations to the funa' to date are as.


of Blood


in the body passes
through the kid-
neys and is filtered
and purified. In
order that these
organs may per.
form their duties
properly, care
should be taken
to keep them in
sound, healthycon-
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 ros,


CELEBRATED


TURPENTINE STILLS.
McMillan Bros. Co.
Manufacturers,
MOBILE, ArABAMA.


f follows:The MA K T
I First National Bank..........$500.001
. W. S. Keyser Co.............. 200.00 Naval Store M .
I American National Bank ...... 200.00 -- a. ehe na
Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.0) savanoahGa..,septd 30-Th naval
Fr. J. Schreer............... 0.00 stores market closed to-day as fo
Thos C. Watson.............. 100.00 oWW:
Escambia Realty Co.......... 6000 .... .. .. .............. 60
Lee Daniel .................. 25.00 N ........ ...............5 30
W. A. Biount...... ......... 100.00 M .......................4 90
Hannah Bros.. .............. 10.00 K ............... .........4 85
People's Bank........ ........ 100.00 L. .......................4 70
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00 ** ...... .... .. .. .. ....4 65
Leslie E. Brooks.............. 1000 ** .... .. ..............4 62%/
.J. M. Coe......... ......... 10.00 .. .. .. ...... ............4 60
Pensacola Investment Co..... 100o.00 .. .. .. ................4 55
M. F. Gonzalez................ 2500 9 .....** ** ..............4 30
Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00 ," .... .. ... ................3 90
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100 0 .-- ** ** ..................3 60
German-American Lumber Co.. 5000 Spirits Turpentine 66% cents.
Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00
J. R. Saunders ................ 60.03 You Are Welcome Here.


Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co..........


L I >WJ6 0 D. Kugleman ................
FEVER AFFLICTION. J. Geo. White................
S. P. Shotter Co..............
Jos. Coleman...... ..........
RLes 01:. :dayor Bliss received a letter yester- A. F. Warren..............
S vy from Hon. W. B. Lamar. at Wash- M. L. Roch ................
ington, enclosing a check of $100.00 Jno. B. Jones...............
w rthe stU which is to be applied to the rhlef T. H. Lannon & Co.........
lWays *btiable. find. Congressmian Lamar was the Win. Johnson & Son..........
first to proffer aid when yellow (ever Clutter Music House..........
was declared in Pensacola. At that! Meyer Shoe Store..........
A kIMs of Fish, Soft 'Shell kme he telegraphed the mayor of hi Stanard Clothing Co.....
s Western Meat- intention to make the contribution. I)ovlle Timlberand Land Co.
WImmediately after he received th? Maxwell & Reeves ...........
MiOULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, mayor's acceptance of the offer he for- S. Pasob. Jr..............
25 CENTS. warded the check with the following PH. Cmpbell.................
- letter: *. Boyer..................
Washington, D. C.. Sept. 2j, 1905. | Kress & Co n ................
SG e y '0. Hon.Chas. H. Bliss, Mayor of Pensa-' e "
Gordon & Brown.
My 1)ear Sir:-I enclose a cheek ol Thor.. .&Brow..n..............
V. J. VIDAL, Manager. Forbes Furniture Co.... .....
Dealers in citv for one hundred dollars to aid i N. G.o eimer...........
Staple ad Fancy Grocer. la-ng out yellow ft-ver in Pensa- H. G. DeSilva & Co............
Fam ify ea e iso e -sola W. -A. D'Alemberte............
M *r* S t*W e. cI cannot Mtel you how s3rry I am to !. a. McHuh ................
0111 e Cwd@SJ9. W Steto. i ] :now that the fever is in that splen- Sol ahn & Co .............
Phone 725. did city. I know th, loss of lile il B. Grson ..................
Jst, rec.ive&-M kerel Spare RIb. ay cse and th temp ry J. Kryger ...................
Rol.wl Bon.l- Cor-nd -bef, Cod, rangem(.nt of witness Plrease x- r Green & Watson ............
sbth. New Raisins. I 'triK r in Kre e to the p pi thr the gret' J. C. VanPel,.................
Drted Herring, Black (,lves, S a mpathy that Mr" I,:iar an- I fe-l The Poniac cla Jou-nal........
nymph Cod lont. Ha li;)', Bloater-. 101 then. anld w.! tA-( lt .,tly hope for C B. Park .. .. ........
p4anish Oniont,. Olives ih. Keg. D.l a speedy ,"dirg of ;h p*lr:, I Naval Stores Export Co.. .. ..
Pickles, B;ak Gr4lek Ctive'. Saucer kro tiere is qite- a responsihitty W. B. W rig t Co............
mckls, Sour PlrkG<. Francis Lege l1 i y(ou anid tha, 'au w:, full\ nit" N. Apostle...... .............
K& Co:.F CeScbraP, rand of Canned am. w.it Kinu r...s. McDavid yer Co.. ..........
Goods, Asparagus an,' tips. Lobster R. G. U-:::!.................
Salmon, Shrim.p. Oys Prs, Clams. Im- W" .1 LAMAR. A. Fisn;r..................
gported Sard nos,. I..an Choose. Ital -- H. Baars & Co................


an Paste. Spant-h Canned Goods.
'White Be\anr.. T<'d Beans. lIuttr
Seans- ew'rthirrz ncw and frtsh.


,Tobacco



SSmoke i






.Mosquitoes.

D a
Smke and Be

Protected.




LTLI E


MINISTER ili



IS THE KING
OF ALL

5c CIGARS. I

TRY ONE I




Lewis Bear I

Co.

Agents
Auum iuIi'vuim


CITY ILL FEED


As a matter of experiment the city
will !',in today to feed :ts prisoners
HeT !ofore the contract' for fed;r:rz
the prisoners was given mui. but the
"ictnmoers of the Board if Safely !te-
lit e that tho new way wil, Ie a gr.`-,
st\iln to tt, ciriy and at the s.m-u
tini(. as-sure a amu1.h hbi:er quality of
fod toi :ts ja.i inmates.
Thr city usually. pa! oit $150 p-r
mor-th for this service. uti there has
n,'arIy alwa. s been somn,- dissa-'atr-
'ion in some way a'ni i tl' txperi.en;
wa d'eocided upon.
Ail experinc-etl chef l.as been em-
ployed and a typical i i*- k'che-
ha been estal.ii-hed on the p1reni szo.
A io: toniav. and also al ::' nec --ar'-
kitchen uteni.s. The prisoners wv;;'
he given fish chowder once or iwice a
wek. and instead of using salt ni,'-ts
o'n:irtly. they wi:l be giv'n fresh ireat'
i-o. In fact the bill of fare will vary
from day to day. They will srvt
coflof as heretofore. ',1t of i,-'xtp-
c" .ss. Bread will be purchased either
!>y contract or from all he baker in
ti:rn.
Those prisoners who vill work out
their sentences will be w'vt and i.b
-'rTrialiy fed: those w"', refu-e to
work will not be over fti. bu; 0.1 t '.e
conr.trary will be given l:t:'e b:ter
a'.-in bread and water.
ereat dean is expel 1 by the offi-
cils from the new arrangement.
BOUND OVER FOR
TAKING TWO SACKS OF CORN
Gilbert Turner, colored was arrest-
ed 'Friday afternoon on a charge of'
taking two sacks of corn from the!
i: re house of the Welies Kahn Gro-;
Cery Company. on South Palafox
street- Friday afternoon while that'
store waf closed. He was given a,
trtal before Judge Landrum yesterday
and bound over to :he criminal court.1
Ac(xirding to the ze,'t;mony in the,
case. Turner was seen taking the,
co-i. by Andrew Caldwc:l and Mart-
thew Stewart, two of the colored em-i
piyxeef of the firn. Th corn was
later found btYnd a pile of lumber on
Jetcrson street.


25 0
10.0
5.0
250.01
2.0
25.0-
6.0d
5.0'
150
25.00
10.00
5.00
10.0
5.00
20 0
5.00
5.G
25.0I
10.00
25.0'
25.00
15.00
5.00
4 0
10.01
25.0i
1000
25.00
25.00
15.00
17.00
10.00
5..0
25.00
10 00
250.0.)
50.00
250.00
25.00
20.00
50.00
100.00


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Come to Michigan and escape the
Yellow Fever. The Hotel Chester-
field at New Baltimore, Mich., on An-
chor Bay is open summer and winter.
Delightful boating and fishing. Rea-
sonable terms.
C. A. MARONTETTE, Prop.
sp -
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daniel wish to
extend their thanks to Rev. Whaley for
his services at the death of their son,
Jack Daniels.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
Mrs. Ed Rowe Dressmaking, has
removed from 49E: Chase St. to 117
E. Intendencia St. 28septlnm*


Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
0 P. C. Brent.................. 25.00
SJohn Shepard ................2 500
SA. DiLustro .................. 10.01
0 Alex Zelius ................. 10.00
0 D. Levy ...................... 1.00
0 E. J. Dunham ................ 5.00
0 Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.00
0 0. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00
0 Bar Pilots...... ............. 100.00
9 W. B. Lamar................. 100.00
0 Scarritt Moreno .............. 500
W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.00
Marine Grocery Co............ 5.00
H. Muller..... .. .. ........ 5.00
F. 0. Howe & Oo............ 25.00
J. C. Porter.................. 1000
J. A. Chaffin ................. 25.00
H. H. Thornton................ 10.00
J. B. Roberts.................. 10.00
J. P. Williams Co............ 1000
T. A. Jennings................ 100.00
Geo. W. Wright.............. 50.00
Cash .. ..................... 5.00
Quina & Guttman ............ 10.no
Prank Reilly ................ 25.00
S. A. Friedman................ 10.00
D. Dannheisser .............. 5.00
H. 0. Anson.................... 10 00
Marston & Quina ............. 25.00
W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00
N. Goldring ................. 15.00
Cash.. .. .. ................ 5.00
W. H. White & Co............ 5.00
Warren Fish Co.............. 100.90
Pensacola Stables ............ 10.00
C. Thiesen .................. 100.00
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
J. S. McGanghey............. 5.00
Armour Packing Co.......... 25.00
Dubuisson Bros .............. 20.00
Star Laundry ................ 15 00
L. S. Brown & Co............ o.'0
Judge H. Bellinger............ 15.00
Marks & Gayle ............. 50 00
Swift & Co .................. 25 00
Mrs. Fannie Henderson ...... 2 56
McKenzie Oerting & Co. ..... 10 00
Dunwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.00
J. S. Roberts ................ 5.00 1
Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00
L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 100 00
F. W. Marsh ................. 15 00
R. M. Cary ................. 10 00
J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 0U
Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00
Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100.00
Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
John C. Avery.. .............. 25.00
P. Martinres.. .. ............ 5.00
J. W. Maloy .. .... ...... 6.00
Welles-Kahn Co .... ...... 25.00
hbodes-Futch-Collins Co.. .... 15.00
A Moog ..................... 10 00
Southern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00
F. E. Brawner.. ............. 10.0t
R. P. Reese..................... 5.00
D. H. Klusmeier... .... 5.00
Lion Brewery ................ 25 30
L. Bear Co. .................. 50 .9
Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
Co. ........................ 25 00


Colored List.
Big Zion Sunday school ....
M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) ....
Joe. H. James, ...............
W. H. Harvey ..............
Mofes LyVman ..............
Richard Morris .............
Cash .........................
L. F. Andrson ..............
Marion Blue ...................
Preston Gordon ..............
Aaron Johnson ...............
St. 'Paul church ............ ..
Washington Clark ............
Whittfeld Dupont ............
Rir. W. A. Woods, 5th Avenue
Baptist Church ..............
A Colored Citizen *....-.......'
Ninth Avenue Baptist Vtarch
Aaron 8. Johnson ...... ......


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TO TO THE FMERS,
yoea wll win. Victory Is stamped upon
your banner. You have remained steed
fat for thirty cays. Do not retreat
an inch. The world must have your
S cotton. De not sell another bale for
twenty days. If you subscribe to the
cotton fund you will reap your share
ot tfre profits and be kept in constant
information as to what your cotton is
worth.

DANIEL J. SULLY"
land
Wa Goldstucker Bros.'
NEW HACK EXCHANGE,
and gentle horses. Phone 814.
All first-class rubber-tired vehicles


oftooners.
Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
Eima, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha.
vana.
HJalmar, Am sch, Axc'san, 55. Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Noas, Rus sch. Sneedie, 333, Glou-
cester to Master.

CONGREGATION

ENJOINS PASTOR

COLORED CHURCH GETS OUT IN-
JUNCTION TO PREVENT MIN-
ISTER FROM PREACHING.

The congregation of Mt. Zion Bap- i
tist church (colored) yesterday tiied
an injunction suit against R,'-.
Thomas Bellinger, pastor of thao !
church, before Commissioner Coston.,!
restraining him from preaching or ac-O
ting in the capacity of pastor any
longer., 4
The petition specifies that Rev. Bcl-'*
linger was duly elected pastor of Mt.! 0
Zoin Baptist church on Aug. 21, 1904,1
for the term of one year, and that
there has been no reemployment of i4
him as pastor of said church at Ihe <
end of his term by the congregation. i0
A meeting was held on Sept. 2S. !4
1905, when Rev. Bellinger was re j4
quested to resign, which the preacheri
emphatically refused to do, and be!<
says that he will continue to act asi*
pastor, holding the usual services atle
the church today, an. he entirely v
ignores the action of the congregation.
The petition acknowledges an in- 0
debtedness of $204.00 which the c)n-
gregation stands ready to pay. Blov-nt
& Blount are attorneys for the plain-
tiff.


The Egypttan*e Lesson.
Some years ago an Englishman was
comingg down the river Nile, In Egypt,
on a large boat loaded with grain, and
the birds came off from every village
and ate the grain piled on the deck.
The Englishman asked the Egyptian
r'nptain of the boat, "Who owns this
rainn" The Egyptian captain said,
*I own It." Then the Englishman ask-
ed, "Why let the birds eat up the
grain?" The Egyptian asked the Eng-
lishman, "Who made the birds?" The
Englishman answered, "God." The
Egyptian asked whether grain was a
food which God Intended birds to eat.
The Englishman said it was. The
Egyptian said, "Can the birds sow and
raise the grainator themselves?" The
Englishman said, "They cannot." Then
said the Egyptian: "Let them eat God
has provided enough for both them and
IM.,"


Ortrin of "Rule Britannia."
It is a curious fact that Great Brit-
sin owes "Rule, Dritannia" to the sug-
gestion of a prince 'who had few Eng-
lish sympathies and no love of the sea.
Frederick, prince of Wales, when re-
sidking at Clifden House wished to
have a mask performance there on
the 1st of August, 1740, to commemo-
rate the accession of George I. and the
birthday of Princess Augusta. The
prince commissioned Thomson to write
something for the occasion, and the
words of "Rule, Britannia" were the
result. Dr. Arne set them to the fa-
miliar air. which became so popular
that Handel used the opening bars in
bis "Occasional Oratorio," 1746, to the
words, "War shall cease, welcome
peace." In 1751 Mallet produced a
new version of the words, "improved"
by Lord Bolinghroke, who substituted
three stansas of his own for the fourth,
St&i and sixth of the original. Of this
mutilation Sir George Grove says, "It
ta@led, s t desfred to faiL"


1 00
1 Ot. Eseambia Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M.
-i Members of Escambia
5 00 ILodge, No. 15, F. & A. M.,
1 00 are hereby informed there
wAl be no communication
2 .0 of the Lodges until further
5 00 notice by order of the
2 egt ---- ----W. M.
2 W- W. 0. DAML5 Secretary.


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Men Who Are in Good Health To-day


may be in the icy clasp of death next week. Whilp
yet you can get life assurance, you had better do
IL Take a policy min THE EQUITABLE.


Delays Are Dangerous!


A DeU 's Worth for a St


OURY BOS'


CLOTHING


SHIPPING NEWS

Cleared.
Br ss. Augut BelmonT., Barnes Mas-
ter, 2967. for Bremen with 12,009
square bales of cotton, 3,100 round
bales of cotton, 800 tons of coal.
VESSELS IN 0ORT.
Dulcle, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. A. MerritL & Co.
Ernesto, Span ss, Omacehea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
Harold, Nor ss. 1435,. Aos, London.'
Hesleyside, Br. ss, Bedlingtou, 1687.
St. Vincent.
Ida, Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to
Gulf Transit Co.
Br. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
New Orleans.
Niceto, Span ss, Bervtigui, 1822
Liverpool.
Riplingham, Br ss. Heworth, 1649,
Tenereiffe to F'r. J. Schreyer.
Saba, Br ss, Holliday, 1608, Trinidad
to Pensacbla'Lumber Co.
Simonside, Br as, Iobson, 1953,
Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ships.
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre- l
men to Master.
Barsa.
Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Gloucester to order.
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THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES


SBy A. CwaxI Doyie -

Auther of ".The Adventures of 2Shedc .M*n *Tbe H.d of the Baswles," "The Sgm of -Maf. ur ,," f.

i jBS'*~,mtIppt'p' S -r rg. pS lSTRHBWDSr BY Yi-.- SI"RELS.


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the Priory School

No. S of the Serie

ass A C..". mcaC'A,
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'e qe, IoM. A I SOCJiM.. hmS a cS.)
Shave had some dramatic
I j etr&ac "and exits upon
our small stage at Baker
street, but I cannot recol-
lect anything more sad-
den and startling than the
fit appearance of Dr.
brmeyrefrt Huztable. M. A-. Ph. D,
SHis card. which seemed too small to
ean the weight of his academic di-
aIemse, preceded him by a few ee-
ein. anad then he entered himself, o
i, ge. s pompoms and so dignified that
Sa sm the very embodiment of self
me emiiss and solidity. And yet his
AMn agom wbem the door bad dosed
b60da eM wsf to agWer aglat the'
tab ce he lipped down apou the
* OiMg. m a m tee was that majestic fig-
e p ft aad haeonsible upon our
bMeb earmth rg.
W tMIspregr te our feet, and for a
Sow romteans we stared in silent'
Sammasumet at this ponderous piece of
lwrvaie. which told of some sudden
Sat atal storm far out on the ocean
f Mie. Tbee Holmes hurried with a
cumbia for his head and I with brandy
tair t ps. The beaery., white face was
M with IhMes of trouble; the hang-


peT esb m under the closed eyes wen
sMtEma la color; the loose mouth droop
M 4oloreasty at the corners: the roll
Sad cas were unshaven. Collar anm
'st tbe the grime of a loig journey
M 0t0eheir bristled unkempt from thq
Mwa aaed head. It was a sorelt
41' G fkea man who lay before Bs.
SWbat Is It Watson asked Holmes
t" 'Ahate exhaustion, possibly men
& MAii esMt fatigue." sad4 L with mw
fAglr oa the thready pulse, where thi
Sse life trickled thin and smalL
"Reaturn ticket from Mackleton, i
S faort of England," said Holmes
drawing it from the watch pocket. "II
Ss net 12 o'clock yet. He has cerainl3
been an early starter."
the puckered eyelids had berun t(
quiver, and Oew a pair of vacant gra3
ayes isked up at us. An instant later
the man had scrambled on to his feet
i face crimson with shame.
?'orglre this weakness. Mr. Holmes-
I have been a little overwrought
'bank you, if I might have a glass of
Unuk and a bascatt I have on donht thai
I should be better. I came personal.
S Mr. Holmoes. i order to insure tiiat you
weMld return with uMe. I f,*'!'1 that
no telegram would conivilic' you of th<
abdolute urgency of thl < ae.'
"When you aire quit". retor(d"-
"1 am quite well :gain. I caino"
S Stagihw how I c:.eni to 1w so we..L. I
wib you. Mr. II '%.e .> to cIa' to, Mac-
kk'toun whitl r" by lht- next train.-
My friend sl.j:>)k hi. hea.d.
""ly colk-agiic. Drr W1uson, cou' you that we ir(' are '-. Ii us- :. 't
I am retained< in t:V '14 ,. of t:-- 1
rtor docmnneti;s, ail thi. .A\ -:'., :.:
ltu.deq r is ('onA ig l ;, f, i -i: t):,i a
Tel'y i ijorTi.n h i,-it, c-oulbi cal in,, f'ro:-
Londoti at preAut."
"lnmpor;a-t:'" t ur vi.-it.r lhr-cv ru*
his hanti- "IHave 1 h -:iar.l I.-1..- '.
of tb alu U lUo:, of oniv sou of ii
1Iuke of IV!,-idn--,
"W lha TI i. t" '..I!u,'t i: s''-"
"Liactly. WV,. l.d I"',' ,,d k,, i:
4at of tlw pa, rs. 1 1;'" w\
rum or i:n l ; l.'. 1' I
ft might L v ,.< ; \ ,::" '"
1lo!"n "' shI>: CuT i ':. ':' n'
an,! |'I k .' o ::I vo'v '::! "jil" !a hi- *'::
ey'lopaedia of Trrf-,'t'e.
*" *lohi'rruew,. s-.5tih duke. K. G..
P. C.'-half the Of"'1: "'T-: 'P:ironi iv-
erley, ear' of (':iro' -! :ar wo -. w' a. ::
list'. oI.rd .-": f I .. ':-. : i"o
slum 1W M -,:!i !. I: 4 !. < f i'.;er of
Sir (hb::r)lx .A :. i.'-, l ,. Heir an i
only child .L' s.' Ow-n, about
'., n,-r, ,;i, :l in I.~ai.as ifr,'
and W;'.iec Al,:r ( r!toin Tlnm'l
Ter-rao ; i, 1 'n: I! ill. HluI';'n
sl;ir ; i .arsioi .*: -N. .,- 'or. al,'s
Lor'd of "be ia,.n. r::tN. 1 T.: (bhief se8-
r'ctar-Y of s':: fr.--' W, "1. w-Il. this
Mian is cer:.:t: o ,n of the g-r'Va.e-t

"The gr,'~- .,:-, a ,l p.>riap the wealth-
lest. I ;u., w '-. Mr. Tlo -s. that
yon take ', vory hI:gtI !"t !nai proftes-
slonal matters n-,1n, !ihat you are pre-
pared ton vf,'k for thel work's sake. I
may t'!! you. hl,owi \'r. that his grace
thas alreadyy tu;i:i;t. th:tt a check f-r
5.(OtK will 1w l:. ud,'d over to the ptr-
Swho 1eu t'i0 lih:n v-'':T his son isN
and auot!tir tlew-.; :;I to Lim who c'in
lane the man or r.'n wh- h hLave taken
him."
**It is a princely ofor.'" sai,! II "lmes.
"Watson. I think tiat we shall a<-om-
pony Dr- Huu-\lh l:,eck to the north
t of Engl:iud. An'd 1: T'r. IIu'taf!le,
when Vyou hrve cou:.surttl 'ihat l''ik
you wi'l l.'hwri tAll ueW v..:t ha= lt':-
VMaed, wren i happened. how it hap-


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opened and. finally, what Dr. T'o-rny
croft Hluxtable of the Priory school.
near Mackleton, has to do with the
matter and why he comes three days
after an event-the state of y.)ur chin
gives the date-to ask for my humble
services."
Our visitor had consumed his milk
and biscefts. The light had came back
to his eyes and the color to his cheeks
as he set hinself with gre.it vigor and
lucidity to ')xilaln the situatUUMn.
"I must inform you, g ot;lemei. that
the Priory is a pre.paratT:ry school of
which I am the fou :ier and principal.
'IIuxtal-!.'s Side Lig'zit on Iorace'
nm'y 1possi.liy recall my :::I:.e to your
memnjo :-i,s. "It erior:y -vi',!lw-t xep
tiCo n Li t l au,.. r.s: Alop.-I prvnare
tor-" school In England. Lord Lever-
-toake. the Earl of Blackwatt r, Sir
Catheiart Saawies-they all have intrust-
ed1 thier sons to me. But I felt that my
s.-j ',l ir < re;ic!(d its zenJth when.
thr-e we h: agi. the Duke of Holder-
nlies. ,::t Mi. James W!lder. hi- see-
ret:try. with the inti::.tion that young
Lord Si'ltire, ten years old, his only


son andi heir. was about to be com-
mitil d to1 ry chtrgc. Little did I thini:
th:; :hi- w,)uldl e the prelude to the
n -i. ,c r-hi:g mnisfdrtune of my life.
"On M-iy I the l;oy arrived, tat be-
Ing Vie. l, g'nniiing of the suminwr term.
He w as i -harn-1, g you'h. :'nd lie rou
foll into ou, r w ;' I ;' -iy tell von-I
tri.' : 1 :n r t i i, ,'-. -t. lut half
cc, -: .) -: re :'- :inrl in such a case--
tL:il iie v.as no: entirely; hbaiy at
h'iwie. It is anu t-n secret that the
nlu' 's ':. -'rT; life haP not been a
pe-'''efl '.o, .pa.t d '1,0 niiter hadi en:l-


edl ;i a-z',oi'.* 1) h vvnManl con-ent.
tth., 411i'- ~:':, w -reslo -en
tl- Fro: 'cf.' hisIms haot-viired
.s-v!z' -%rly lef'~t'e. :iudlthe boy's sym-


room was on o :t' s.'-.n:1 fl.)or at the
farther end of the builli;g, facing the
same way as Lord Salt!re's. His bed
had also been slept In. but be had ap-
parently go"'e rway partly dressed.
since his s'::-t r.-rl socks were lying
on the floa-'. II- hi:'l undoubtedly let
Il imself down by the Ivy. for we could
see the nark-s of his feet whefe be bad&
landed on C'" lawn. Ilis bicycle was
kept in a smi'l sh ed beside this lawn,
and it was a!so gone.
i "le had becu with me for two
;years and came with the best refer-
en<-es, but he wan a silent, moAose
man. not very popular either with
masters or lh;ys. No tr-'ce could be
found of the fugitives, and now. on
Thursday morning, we are as igno-
!rant as we were on T.usday. Inquiry
Svas, of course, made at once at Holder-
nesse Hall. It is only a few miles
away, and we imagined that In some
'sudden attack of homesickness the boy
had gone back to his father, but nothing
had been heard of him. The duke is
greatly agitated, and as to me-you
have seen your., !ves the state of
nervous prostrallon to which the sus-
pense and the iv.. o:' -ibility have re-
duced me. Mr. ilolues. if ever you
put forward your full powers I Im-
plore you to da so now, for never in
your life cou'd you have a case which
is more worthy of itoin."


Sherlock Iaimes bad l:'tened with
the utmost intentness to the statement
of the unhappy shoolmnaster. His
drawn brows and the deep furrow be-
tw4-en them showed that he needed no
exhortation to concentrate all his at-
tention upon a px)bleia which. apart'
from the tr:-en-;l us interests involved,
must appeal su directly to his love of
the complex and the unusual. He now
drew out his notebook and jotted


been a&USto trace any connection b
tweem the mlaslng boy and this Ge
man master'?"
"Nme at all."
"Was be In the master's elass?"
"No; be never exchanged a wor
with him so far as I know."
"That Ie certainly very singular. Ha
the boy a bicycle?"
"No."
"Was any other bicycle miningg"
"No."
"Is that certain?"
"Quite."
"Well, now, you do not mean to ser
ously suggest that this German rod
off upon a bicycle In the dead of th
night, learning the boy In his arms?"
"Certainly not."
"Then what Is the theory In you
mind ?"
"The bicycle may havelbeen a blind
It may have beeu bidde somewhere
and the pa "r gore off on ot"
"Quite so, Imt it seems iather.an ab
surd blind, does It not?t Were their
other bc-ycles in this shed?"
"Several."
"Would he not have biolen a couple
had be desired ta give'Ate idea tha
they had gne off upon them?"
"I suppose he would."
"Of caut.s he would. The blind
th' ,ry wuo t .o0. But the incident is ai
nd(..i:a-ble starting point for an in
v \ ":- rion. After all, a bicycle is not
an: .:. thin- t conceal or to (',..troy
Oue 1 ,-. :e.tiou. Did any. ()'e cal
to see t'e .,'oy ou the day Lc ore he
dis.p,..'red :"
"No."
"Did hL,, ::ny letters?"
"Y S ;: ."
"From X. ther."
-Vrom h .b'
"1)o you open the boy's Iclters?"
"No."
"How do you know it was from the
father?'
"The coat of arms was on the en-
velope, and it was addressed In the
duie's peculiar stiff hand. Besides, the
duke remembcrjiavtng written."
"W*~k.had he a letter before that?'
Wctfor several days." -
"Had he ever one from France?"
"No, never."
"TYo see the point of my questions,
of course. Either tLe boy was carried
off by fotce or he went of his own free
will. In the latter case yonu would ex-
pect that sanme prompt ing from outside
would be needed to make s.) young t
iad do such a tliiig. If he has had
no visitors, that prompting must have
coae In letters; hence I try to find
out who were his correspondents."
"I fear I cannot help you much. His
only correspondent, so far as I know.
was his own father."
"Who wrote to him on the very day
of his disappearance. Were the rela-
tions between father and son very
friendly?"
"His grace Is never very friendly
w!th any one. He is completely im-
mersed in large public questions and is
rather inaccessible to all ordinary emo-
tions. But be was always kind to the
boy in his own way."
"But the sympathies of the latter
were with the mother?"
"Yes."
"Did he say so?"
"No."
"The duke, then.?
"Good heavens, no!"
"'Then how coul'l you know?"
"I have had some ro' tidentlal talks
with UMr. James Wilder. hk-, grace's
secretary. It was he who gave me the
information about Lord Saltire's feel-


.'.-:,r, !::~\1in to havee lten strong- down one or two memoranda. wings "
!y v':! i r : r. lIe mni.ipl after "You have been very remiss in not "I see. By the way, that last letter
1., ;". fr." m UtI-:- -. .- Hall. coming to me sooner," said he severe- of the duke's-was It found In the boy's
ui; it vx:s for this re. t'.-jn tiat t:i, ly. "You start me on my investigation room after he was gone'"
d':%,, d, .r1'd to s.'.nl him to my estab- with a very serious handicap. It is "No; he had taken it with him. I
lisoh-,. :.. In a f ,rtnllit the b6y was inconceivable, for eixampe. that this think. Mr. Holmes, it is time that we
quite tat lhoim:w w" t. us and was appar- Ivy and this lawn would have yielded were leaving for Euston."
eutly ;*i',oxluty h" iy. t nothing to an export observerr" "I will order a four wheeler. In a
* le ;--nz last sei non the night of "I am not to blame. Mr. Holmes. Bis quarter of an hour we shall be at your
M'y 1.-it:' is. the night of last Motu- grace was extremely desirous to avoid service. If you are telegraphing home,
day. I1-n r -ui v.as on the second floor 'all public scandal. He was afraid of Dr. Hauxtable, It would be well to al-
and w:i-, ui!proaLch d through another his family unhappiness being dragged low the people In your neighborhood to
lar-er :r oan:. iu wlhiA two boys were before the world. He has a deep hor- image that the inquiry Is still going
s 'pi~rg. These bo saw and heard ror of anything of the kind." on in Liverpool or wherever else that
I ,':t n so that it Is certain that young "But there has been some off dal in- red herring led your pack. In the mean-
S:.T idi.i not pa"s out that way. lis vestigation"' time I will go a little quiet work at
wi'.ldwv wua- open, and there is a stout "Yes, sir, and It has proved most dis- your own doors, and perhaps the scent
ivy pla:it- hading to the ground. We appointing. An apparent clew was at is not so cold but that two old bounds
could tra(- no footmarks below, but it once obtained, since a boy and a young like Watson and myself may get a sniff
is sure that this Is the only possible man were reported to have been seen of It."
exit. leaving a neighboring station by an That evening found us in the cold.
"'Ils absence was discovered at 7 'early train. Only last night we had bracing atmosphere of the Peak coun-
o'cl.'tk ,on Tues!ny morning. His btd news that the couple had been hunted try, In which Dr. Huxtable's famous
had bwen slept in. He had dressed him- down in Liverpool, and they prove to school Is situated. It was already dark
self fully before g.-ag off in his usual have no connection whatever with the when we reached It. A card was lying
school suit of Ilaek Efig Jacket and Bmatter In hand. Then It was that In on the ball table, and the butler whis-
dark gray trousers. 'L ere were no i my despair and disappointment after a pered something to his master, who
sg'ns that any one had entered the sleepless night I case straight to you turned to us with agitation In every
room. :nnl it Is quite certain that any- by the early train." heavy hateras
tbing in the nature of cries or a strug- "I suppose the local Investlgatioa "The lte is here," said he. "The
gte woull hl:ave been heard, since Caun- was relaxed while this false clew was duke sad Mr. Wilder are In the study.
ter. the e!l!er boy in t$e laner room. is being followed up?" Come, gintlemib, and I will introduce
a very lid-t s eeper. "It was entirely dropped." l."
"When I.)- Salthe's disappearance "o that three days have beea wast- I wa, of Ceue, famlalr with the
waj diI'<>v.-rd. I at once eaked a roll I ed. The aftfar Bhas 0 0at b601iw pcaes Off the famous statesman, but
or t'e v-: tii eostabl!ismeat-,lom, mas- fably handled so mam aef wa very diffrent
tetrs : I: *,-vnrats. It was thea that we "I feel It and admit It" fromi his repseentatloa. He was a
asr,~.:-.: t:.at Lord Saltre had nt "And yet the problem should ae ea- tN aind statety person. scrupulously
be, n alSnue in his ligbt BseMger, th peble of ultimate solution. I shall be -remsed, with a drawn, thin face aid a
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Sand long. HTs comiplexfi- was of a understand haTyou wrote to your soni
i ead pallor, wiilh was more startling upon the day when this Incident oc-
by cc'!!*nst ii a long, dwindling curred."
beard -f vlv!d re,1 whieb flowed down "No; I wrote upon the day before."
over hN ',' te ,.-steoat. with his "Exactly. But he received it on that
wnt(.ch c(hi gm .-r ing through its day?"
fringe Such was the stately presence "Yes."
who )oked stonily at us from the cen- "Was there anything In your letter
ter of Dr. Hu.rtable's h,.-:'th rug. Be- which might have unbalanced him or
side hl:ni t '1 a very young man. induced him to,take such a step?"
whom I vndC('ritood to b' '"ilder, the "No, sir; certainly not."
private secretary. He was small, nerv- "Did you post that letter yourself W
ous. alert, with Intelligent light blue The nobleman's reply was interrupt-
eyes and mobile features. It was he ed by his secretary, who broke ia with
who at once. In an Incisive and positive Nmse boat.
tone. opened the conversation. -His grKce In n t Tf the aiAt74- -
"I called this morning. DP. Iuxtable, Ing letters ahimelf," said ha& "TI
too late to prevent you fram starting letter was laid with others upon the
for London. I learned tl:tt y'ur object study table, and I myself pet them In
was to Invite Mr. Sheri-.!'k lIilmes to the post bag."
undertake the conduct of this case. His "You are sure this one was among
grace is surprised, Dr. IIu::table, that them?"
you should bave taken suci a step "Yes; I observed It."
without consulting him." "How many letters did your grace
"When I learned that the police had write that day?"
failed"- I "Twenty or thirty. I have a large
"His grace Is by no means convinced correspondence. But surely this is
that the police have failed." somewhat irrelevant."
"'But surely, Mr. Wilder"- "Not entirely," said Holmes.
"You are well aware, Dr. Hurtable, "For my own part," the duke contin-
that his grace is particularly anxious ued, "I have advised the police to turn
to avoid all public scandal. He prefers their attention to the south of France.
to take as few people as possible Into I have already said that I do not be-
lis confidence." lieve that the duchess would encour-
"The matter can be easily remedied," age so monstrous an action, but the
said the browlenten doctor. "Mr. Sher- lad had the most wrong headed opla-
lock Holmes can return to London by ions, and it Is possible that he may
the morning train," have fled to her, aided and abetted by
"Hardly that, doctor; hardly that" this German. I think, Dr. Huxtable,
said Holmes in his blandest voice, that we will now return to the hail."
"This northern air is invigorating and I could see that there were theirr
pleasant, so I propose to spend a fhw questions which Holmes would have
(lays upon your moors and to occupy wlsed to put, but the nobleman's ab-
my mind as best I may. Whether I rupt maanep shuoed that the interview
have the shelter of your roof or of the was at an was ewvaw Am that
village inn is,. of course, for you to de- to his intease aristocratic nastme s
clde" discussion of his intimate family af-
I could see that the unfortunate doe- fairs with a stranger was most abhor-
tor was in the last stage of indecision, rent and that he feared lest every fresh
from which he was rescued by the question woald throw a fiercerer light
deep. sonorous voice of the red heard- into the discreetly shadowed corners
ed duke, which boomed out like a din- of his ducal history.
uer gtmg. When the nobleman nd his sere
"I agree with Mr. Wilder. Dr. Hux- hen the nobleman friend his we
tethat you would have done we- ktry had left, my friend flung himself
table that you would have done I at once with characteristic eagerness
ly to consvilt me. int since Mr. in tigation.
Holmes has already been taken into into the boy's chamber was creflly ex-
your confidence it would Indeed be The boy's chamber was carefully ex-
absurd that we should not avail o aImined and yielded nothing save the
absurd that we should not avail our- absolute conviction that it was only
selves of his services. Far from go- through the *o tow that he could bhe
iug to the inn, Mr. Holmes,. should escaped. The German mast 's roem
be pleased if you would come and stay and effects gave no further cl ew, In
with me ot Holdernesse Hall." bis case a trailer of try had given war
"'I thasnk your grace. For the pur- under his weight, and we saw by the
poses of mny investigation I think that light of a lantern tia mark o the
it would be wiser for me to remain at I li of hia l eetr ha come down.
the scene of the mystery." That on t In te n the sort.pm grass
S*Just as you like, Mr. Holmes. Any was the only material wtmm left of
information which Mr. Wildkr or I can this inexplicable nct al ght.
give you is, of course, at your dispos- herIek ei les t the house *aIome
al." ,nd e eslftt eh ue loe
"It will probably be necessary for o stained a awdat map oIL
me to ee you at the hall," said neighborhood, and this he b 'iaiatd
Holmes. "I would only ask you now, m room whdap be. la otisbe tete
sir, whether you have formed any ex- md .,.hvfbe Ima
plantation in your own mind as to the ,bed. md. having bes t t hap
mysterious disappearance of yourI ver it and ocaomf it, hbeg- to set :
son?"over it and siona-ba &
"No. sir, I bare not." Jects of laterest wit the roeklng am-
"Excuse me if I allude to that which ber of his pipe.
is painful to you, but I ha q no alter- 'This case grows uponme. Watson,"
native. Do you think that-the duchesssaid e. "There are decidedly some
had anything to do with the matter?" points of Interest-i, connection with it.
The great minister showed percepti- In this early stage I want you torealise
ble hegration. those geographical features which may
"I do not think so," he said at last. have a good deal to do with our laves-
"The other most obvious explanation tigation.
is that the child has been kidnapped "Look at this map. This dark square
for the purpose of levying r9 Is tae.7ary shool. I'.put a pint Ift.
You have not had any demand of the Now, t.is.Ilne is the mlai real. TYe
sort?,, see that it runs east and rest past te
No, sir" school, and you see also that there is
"One ore quno side for a mlse either way. if
)e oe snm yoqi VaC these two folks passed away by road, i


"By a stuflar and happy.chanet wp
are aMe to.some etet to check what
pmd a-slng this road during the nigh-
In la qu on. At this point, where mr
Se bnmw reatlng. a county c'mutable
Swaswdty from 12 to4 It Is, as you
perceive, the first crossroad on the east
skle. This man deelarea that he w"


M m sr' m 1p of teftl-aaed a^e

not abment from his post a b ta f-
stant, and he is poalte t n W
boy nor man could bav ome-that way
unseen. I have spoken wth dia4police-
man tonight, and be appears to.-me to
be a perfectly reliable pe&. That
blocUe thiW eni. We f t a M te-doal
with the other. There is,a .Ian hn ,
I the Red Bull, the land hdy of whih
was ill. She had sent to M kloton for
a doctor, but he did not =arha until
morning, being absent at another case.
The people at the tnn were alert all
night, awaiting his coming, and one or
other of them seetus to have continual-
ly had an, eye upon the road. They de-
dare that no on" passed. If'tbetr evi-
dence Is good, then we. are fortunate
enough to beable to block the'west ani
also to be able to say that the fugitives
did not use the road at all."
"But the bicycle?' I objected.
"Quite so. We will comesto the bley-
ele presently. To continue our reason-
In ft f esepeople dld:aot 1g by the
road they rmmt have travwr d the
country to the north of the house or to
the south of the house. That it certain.
Let us weigh the one against the other.
On the south of the, house Is. as you
perceive, a large district of arableiland.
cut up lato mall fleii., with stone
walls between them. There. I aduit
that a bicycle is Impossible. We cam
dismiss the idea. We turn tolthbecoia-
try on the north. Here there lies a
grove of trees marked asthe 'Raged-
Shaw,' and on the farther side -stretch-
es a great rolling moor. Lower GUI0
moor, extending for tenm lles and slopk
nlug gradually upward. Here. at oes
side of 'this wilderness Is Hol reme
Hall, ten miles by road. but only six
across the moor. It is.a peculiarly dea-
olate plain. A few moor farmers 'ave
small holdings, where they rear abasp
and cattle. Except these, the.ypovnerm
the curlew are the only inhabitants ua-
til you come to the Cbeserfterld agh-
road. There is a church there, you see,
as well as a few cottages ad an. -a
Beyond,that the Ib ncN e pcom
tous. 8*rely. t i here toftb* -rfth- f
our quest'mmst lie."
"But the bicycle?' I perinasl.
"We, well!" samd Ifa-ms -A -
ly. "A good cyclist does s t .ed a
highroad. The moor Is .' l1- 0-I
paths, and the moon. wa- at,
Heuo! What-i tals?"

door, and anm luest nwIr.

hevron M the
chevron oa the pedk.


"At ht we have k bewf :$=
"rThank bearen, at laaw- sanes*
deer *boy's.a*racWI tteo 'MW "

"In t .van the gsp ses /el
ed on the moor. They .etem'f1M
Today the police tracedfthew1 'm
exaumned their caramvn. .'Its -
found."
"How do they.aecouat tftalr
"They shbuaed Mug 9- e e 1 '
they found 4it oam te.moser-e T.tre
morning. They *O Wboe.oheis, a.
rascals' Theak'foodlb s, -tb ari
safe under lock and bms. ftb@CL
fear of the law .or tbe-d"eb
win cetafngy gt out t-,them nal M
therT r."
"So far so .god," dO Holmes wh
the doctor bmd at.lstoleft the n,
"It: at ast bears out the theory St
It is ihtae aide of the Lower lfMmaw
that we mt hope ftor results. The p-
lice have reany done a1dg Ist d
save the anmestof these gyplas. Im
here, Watosm! There is a waler'ceo
across the meer. You see it mar*k4
here nlathe map. In anne prts It wsi.
em Iat a meses. This is plrtlemui
as Inlthel re m between -iold ters
Hal.and the sebool. It is vain to lsk
elsewbere.for tracks in this dry weatb-
er, and at that point there is certainly
a &_aee of iome record being_left. 1

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PEOPLE AND EVENTS


DeIUNIAK


| ___ IDGSpecial to The Journal.
DeFuniak Sprine, Sept. 30.-Mr. F.
S.m --M- 3 ... a.a l... Who onC. Eaton and Miss Lilly Eaton have rc-
mAO Tiw wit ^ ^ turned from Bast Pass where they
al Tw -W.M .-- i SOW f s td wb e. have been spending the summer. Mrs.
E, aton will remain a few weeks
longer.
Mr. Kaplan the genial proprietor of
LIFE EVERLASTING. street, and will have a floor of quarter-i the Bee Hive returned from New
ed. oa,, capable of a fine polish. In York Tuesday where he went to pnr-
s owed the morning-glory's plaiL the details of th3 finish of the house icahse his fall and winter stock of
brown seed, large quantities of carved and fancy goods.
And up have clambered purple, pink woodwork from the old Roosevelt After a pleasant visit to friends at
and white. Home will be employed. The general Freeport, Miss Lucile Davis of Savan-
mar could they fail of beauty, once effect intended is that of an interior nah is again the guest of her rela-
decreed. of the time of George III. In addition tives the Misses Davis.
Oranting the common earth, the to the other modifications to be made Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Elisor came
common light, another story will be added. The con- from Greenwocd Tues lay on a visit
-a that strong love I braved so tract cal!s for the work to be compl-t- to Mrs. Elisor's parents Mr. and Mrs.
much to give cu by November 1, when the family T. M. McConnell.
Fail of its law, whi'e these fra l will return to Washington for the win- Rev. H. F. Higdon of Virginia, is ex-
blossoms live? ter.-Army and Navy Journal. Pected to occupy the pull-it in r.e
-Nora Elizabeth Barnhart, in Oc- Presbyterian church Sunday.
ber Lippincot s. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller of 81G Mr. R. P. Bludworth and family
--- East La Rua are visiting their pan- have moved back from Eucheeanna
ESMONDE-FISHER CARDS ents. Mr. an Mrs. Charles D. Craft and are occupying their cozy home o0a
S FROM MR. AND MRS. MARSTON. at Goulding. 14th Street.
Few announcements nave creaive After an illness of several months
the general and agreeable surpr:.' Mr. J. W. Gay and daughters ar- Mr. Gordon Stubbs has recovered suf-
with which on Jriday were received temporarily occupying the residence ficiently to resume his position as ex-
the following: ol Mr. and Mrs. Ben D. Beers on press messenger on this division of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marston North Hill. the L. & N. For the present, Mr.
r will give in mar-rige Stubbs' family will remain here with
Alma Claire Esionde Mr. Walton Herbert Craft is spend- his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stuob.s.
to ing a month of pleasure in Chicag)! Mrs. A. J. Griffin who has been at
Mr. Aiston Augustus Fisher the guest of Mr. and Mrs. McGregory. Freeport the past few months, return-
At half past eleven i d home the first of the week. H-r
from the Presbyterian church Miss Mamie English has returneJ daughter Mrs. R. E. L. McCaski I
Pensacola, Florida. from a delightful visit of fle weeks' came with her, but returned to 'Free-
S The honour of your presence is in Apalachicola, guest ,t the Mlsse port Thursday.
requested. Bapseh Mr. and Mrs. P. W. RUchardson
Mr. "A. A." Fisher is too generally and their lovely young daughter Mil
S ad well known in business and Mana.- s Ernestine Fordham Is quite Annie B. Richardson of Freeport,
Social circles throughout this section 1. were here Tuesday and Wednesday of
require more than the Ltention of .ii this week. Mr. Richardson accom-
aame. and be is to be v and sincerely congratulated. Hs Mayor and Mrs. Charles H. Bliss whoJulia Richardson to Tallahassee,
I ancee is one of Pensacola's mot has not been well for the past week where the young ladies will attend the
lovely and attractive young girls who is now quite sick and has symptomsb Florida College for women.
tasi so i.uddenly blossomed into .yvong f typhoid. The first regiment of infantry, to
ladyhood" that the news of her en-i which company K. belongs, will act as
gagement brings the Ers-t realization! .. .... .sco accom.an. d an escort to President Roosevelt on
Miss Adah Rosasco accompanlcd to
to many of her elders, with waom; Mss red Howe Saturday for the occasion of his visit to Jackson-
she is as great a favorite as among tle north to enter The Semple School ville in October.
the younger church set in which she Riverside Drive New York. This tai- Miss Gussle Storrs returned Sun-
S singles. rented young girl will follow th usual day from the country where she took
A boat of friends and business ac-_college course and complete her a few days pleasant outing with Mr.
quaintance. will unite in very cordial music under a skilled master. She and Mrs. W. P. Balkom.
goo0 wishes for the happy couple. her sister Miss An Miss Gussle McCaskill passed
will be joined by her ster Miss An- through here Tuesday en route from
MISS PEACOCK ENTERTAINED. 1a who will remain with her until Freeport to Nashviille, Tenn. where
Miss Marie Peacock entertained on environments. Miss Anna wr with her nites, she will enter Ward Seminary. Her
uesda evening in honor of Midsh- hen I ronmeents. Miss Anna writesval brother Mr. J. J. McCaskill, Jr., ac-
T~uesday evening In honor of Midrh;;- "When I meet you on your arrival I companies her.
Mnan Carl Pickett. who leaves 'Friday will make a wager that you will not companies her.
to resume his ctudies at Annapolis. know me. Mv six months sojourn A new merchantile establishment
voure frmeshmeandtes tAnna.is- know me. My" six months sojourn "Allwhich will have for its proprietors
D eliious refreshments were served this bracing climate, with its many two enterprising Young men of this
during the evening. advantages has improved me both two nterprisng younMcCall men of thugs
The house decorations were of gold- mentally and physically. McCaty, will begin business Mr. Hug
enrod and fern. Two dainty little IMcCall will begin b 7th siness n the
waitresses served the refreshments- Miss Grace M. Crist, who is now Flourno block on 7th Street the first
Missm Beanor Rav Mitchell, of Pen.- enjoying a tour of the northwest, sp ofOctober. The firm will be known
cola. Fla., and Miss Per::- Lea St mee sunday. September 24, at the foot ofunder the name of McCall Brothers.
of Tracy Ciy. Tenn Mrs. C. Ray Mt. Stephen, British Columbia, and Mr. B. S. Williams and family, Mr
Witchell, of Pensacola. n-sisted in r,-sends a picture of that magnificent ad Mrs. W. N. ore and Mr. and
ceiving the many gu is--Atlnta scene from Medicine Hat to a Pensaco- collins in our city.
News. la friend with a marginal'note saying: colaLs in our cty.
ATR A glimpse of some of the superb scen- Mr. L. P. Campbell who has held a
WALTHALL-HENDRIX ery we are now passing through." responsible position witn the Scotch
MARRIAGE IN TEXAS. Manufacturing Company of Milligan
Mr. J. R. Hendrix anl Miss Bessie1 Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Owsley are still for several months, returned hope
Waltball were happily united in the cjoing the mountains, registered at from that place a few days ago sick
Y,'althall were happily" united in the ezijoying the mountains, registered at with fever. Mr. CamjL, ell will not re-
hol) bonds of matrimony in Boomer. the Edwards House the delightful re- turn to Milligan butam ll wi acce ot re-
Texas. Sept. 2'., in the presence 1t sort hotel at Pineville, Ky., where fie tur positilligan but will acch the abet
only a few friends are very pleasant night and morning ter ositie. on hre with e BeeHive
They left that afternoon for B.r- at this season. Mr. Ben P. Morris entertained hi
rningham, Ala.. where Mr. Hendrix is Mr Ben P. Morris entertained his
eha.Al. w.e.r.enr. business friends in an enjoyable man-
in the employ of the I.. & N. as cu- Mrs. E. E. Saunders who is spending sne s friends in an enjoyable man-
*ineer. the autumn at various points in the ner Monda evening. Those who en-
Mrs. Hendrix is a Florida girl but north and east and was recently in oehis hospitality were Mr. E. W.
has lived in Texas durag the last Providence, R. I., is now in Washlng- Thorp', Mr. Robert Olverd Mr T.-
lve years They inten i visitingg nits ton, D. C. McConnell, Mr. D E. Ricardson, Mr.
relatives in Pensacola as soon as l W. Cawthon, Mr. A. L. Beach, Mr.
quarantine will permit. First Assistant Engineer J. I. Bryan. -. B. Campbell.
-17- NU. S. R. C. S.. was seriously injured The friends of Mr. Geo. H. Boutelle
EVERY OAY !8 SUNDAY. on Saturday last in Pensacola. Fla., are pleased to see him in the city
A perpetual Sabbath is being cele- while on duty aboard the Penrose. The aain. Mr. Boutelle was first assist-
brated on earth. This is not generally IPenrose lay alongside the U. S. S. ant in the high school here last year,
known for most people think that the Hamilton when the support of the an since the close of the term has
day they call Sumnuay is the only one folding gangway was dropped the dis- been summering in northern states.
yo e-lebratedl Itance of ten feet by one of the HamilI Rev. W. F. Wagner has resigned
The Greeks observe Monday. the tin's mon. striking Mr. Bryan on the his pastorateship here and will either
' Prsians Tiut,;a:. the Assyvrians Wed- head. His skull barely escaped being go to Citronelle, Ala., or Apalachicola,
r.etday. the Eg^p'ians Thursday. th- f'acturce.. but the doctors now report to which churches he has been called
Turks Friilav. th< Hebrews Saturday him as out of danger-Army and Navy COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
,und the Christians Sunday. So real- Register. COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
it is Sunday very (,ay to some one t Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
(,n earth--N'w York Press. IMEETING BOARD MANAGERS Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
;OF WOMAN'S HOME. remedy, and on account of the great
HAD A FINE TRIP. Th? regular monthly meeting of the merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
SAfter a most pleasant trip. Mr ). lard of lady managers of the Wo- and Tar many imitations are offered
VI. Klismeter and family are now vis- Iat,'s Home will convene at the Home. for the gunune. These worthless iam-
iting relatives at St. Charles, Ky Tuesday afternoon at half past 4 itatirons have similar sounding names
Th y hav vi.:.,.d Mtmmoth Cawv o'clck. It i.4 especially desired that Boware of them. The genuine Foley's
an<' Louisville. Ky.. Cincinnati and the ladies should attend. Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-
C'veland. 0.. Buffalo and Niagara age. Ask for it and refuse any sub-
Fails. N Y. Toronto, Canada, an, 'Mr. 0 H. Smith's innumerable stiatute. It is the best remedy for
visited relativeu in Indiana. In a .et friends are pleased that he is able t coughs and c.lds. W. A. D'Alemberte
ler to a friend Mr K.u?:neler wrics, bt up .,n1 abont though his accidental ruggistt antd apothercar,', 121 South
S 2. *p. ^ Pauafox street.
"N.\: Saturday. S'p" .0, we go to,.urns havp not yot healed.
Nas'hville. Tenn.. to visit relatives an I l)r. L. c Phillips has about recover- A CARD.
1:om there we had intended to return eU and expects.to be at his office to-' This is to certify thaqt all druggists
home. but don't know row just what mlro'w. are authorized to refund your money
we will do." if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to
Th<. ne m i.bers if the Pensacola col,- cure your cough or cold. It stops the


TO RESIDE IN TAMPA. .:' now rusticating in New York are cough, heals the lungs and prevents
W T Mao ad br return ng life and making the most of serious results from a cold. Cures la
h i. Mao Wedneday nid rturand wid their opportunities though they are grippe cough and prevents pneumonia
Imk cheir future homday in the cn s mpathetically mindful of th? "stay and consumption. Contains no opi
The, hewillr fbe at home o friends the a homes. ates. The genuine is in a yellow pack-
- 1114 Florida avenue. Mr. Macon :.d r age. Refuse substitutes W. A. D'Al-
'Miss Minni. v B:e Thompson .cr Mr Frank Beovich and daughters. emberte, Druggist and apothecary.
Miss Mn Beh, T_,- hom- pson- .W, Miss-s Petronella and Bertha. ana son.


k at Barto. Ihe ceremony bi ran. who nave been ill at heir ho.meMO ATA
%,'elo(k at Barow. the ceremony te!g (,"I E*at Inteencia ha.: all reTAov-SI
I! rforned at th. residence of n .er.t J After myself suffering for ten years
lbridc's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 1 the tortures that only an ataxic can
Thompson. The hoe, was beautif I. The Friday E chre nimt with Mrs. know, I have been relieved of all pain
ly decorated and tiirt were a lat%' C D. Beyer. Mrs. Bonifay won both and restored to health and strength by
number of friends anti risarives in a.- tL,, ace and the lone prizes, the hostess an easily obtained' and inexpensive
thendanOer Ma Mao i. propriet:- and capture, he consolation. and Mrs. treatment. The prescriptions which
h Orland o aey and Fauria the booby. The next meeting cured me (which can be filled by any

polished young lady, Many friends In Irma are quite ill at Big Bayou, where Delmar, N. Y.
this city and in Bartow will join wi, they have spent the past six weeks.
the Tribunt, in wishing all happiness the p sx k.
for the young couple on the sea ot In her sister Mr McMan t
matrimony.-Tampa Tribune. ,Letters from Mrs. A. M. Avery anu Totten, N. Y. Mans at Ft
Mr. Macon i. a son of Mr. and Mrs. daughters, to home friends announce ?
Jhcob Macon of this city. the!r safe arrival In Nashville where Richae ndBuel S P
0 they are charmingly situated. Mr. Richard Bushnell Simpson, Jr.
Mrs. Cowes. wife of Capt. Williaml is the name of the young gentleman
i. Cowles" U. N.. and sister of Pres. Mrs. Henry Baars is suffering from the hoase of r. and Mr. B. Sm-
Iden: Roosevelt. has been spending the! tonsilitis-otherwise everyone at "The son.
past summer in the eastern part of their Towers" is well.
Uaia. and has decided to have their' 0 THE PERVERSITY OF MAN.
handsome residence at 1733 N street.. The wedding of Mr. W. tdC. Kessler The nmot of us will kick and pout
N W.. Washington, remodeled before. and Miss Eleanor Berret takes place at At things that returning to the capital. Thrt house,. ykesville. Md.. Wednesday, Octobtr The ones that we ought to fret about
,which is an olo-fasahmoed mansion 4. Miss Alice Kessler. who, accom. We seldom think of. Dern us-
such as was much in vogue years ago, panied her brother north and has been --Kansas City Drovers Telegram
r ill have the high basement converted Miss Berret's guests, will leave after
in'o a reception room with an old Eng- the wrdlin- to visit her relatives, the Begin the month right Use Blue
lirh sty! of entrance. The drawing iCampbells of Charleston, W. Va. ani Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Extract
room will be on the floor above the later will go to Old Point before visit- Takes less. Flavors perfectly,


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-s1 I nii.j ta n e al -oW < u-s, but -w Milis, This case de
.. . .. sere to be a classle. Ist as go acrm
It e eeU t t h 4a e was a frightfb l to the samty."
bloew Me the head, which had crash- t mnDisu m TU lad contued his work without
Y w paFert ater f -tail. Tat b co I ngardin -. I saw Hole' eye dart-
F-Y l L has game e- ak tr teevintg -eah as aterrk really begins with a cold in tag to right and left among the Utter of
D l aa i -*a ftr the vitality sa d the ha, but deattop there. Th iren and wood which was scattered
ew F v @a e tS o am. He wone dibes, asiAm a sco abeot the floor. Suddenly, however, we
.bat s sbtkss osa tnh open fat a di. ac"bse aet a tS, heslthOaa ate heard a step behind us, and there was
Get c of You, essa a sgR to all s the body Th the landlord, his heavy eyebrows drawn
theiMGrma nmeo.t. t is the c uanally haw g down over his savage eyes, his swarthy
Se the boy sttig, te mo is ed up, features convlsed with passion. He
o a-Samamy mmO muta"i it with geat at the ears have a rjiangg or bu=ng Ude, eld a sbehort, metal headed stick In his
S---- mcc-", U tei0sL. He the sat Is d t0 ht the trat beino es M-re, and as the un. band, and be advanced In so menacing
for a ti e, and I eevd as by this rf- bheathy mister a ore thoroughly ata- fablshion that I was right glad to feel
E 6eb ere w that tis gra diseovery bead Ms the blood genial feeling of des. the revolver in my pocket.
& DmUut. in hMs opiates, dva We I mu 1 pi baency takes posseeion of the~. "You infernal spies"' the man cried.
la O t quiry. t-asuOet s about n ftsa years "What are you doing there?"
Sr ti It is a little dilelt to knew what a ma o ldA s been w*a*.* "Why, Mr. Reuben Hayes," said
W, u-7 tf tI i "w i hear oft but W t no wat s o
-to d4 Watson." aid he at last. "My t ge3 rbV t aI began *. t., Holmes coolly, "one might think that
own01 fCtotinelaareatonpdthterIsgn-inal Boron.n Pj"
.wa beMaatios are to pash this a Int- ^ SM*st 1 you were afraid of our finding some-
qu"ry ao, for we have already lost so shat whie ascend. This was thing out."
ach tim.e that we cannot aeord to yeas a i odw a The man mastered himself with a
wue agether beoar. On the otber and. U4i -on earth violent effort, and his grim mouth
St tt e . loosened into a false laugh, which was
the discovery and to me that this poor th et S. more menelg than his frown.
.mNIU W NUN t"Itelow'u cdtai take a not tac." cal icationsa"You're welcome to all you can find
"But I need your cmpa and a becae tey donrea ch the seat of the out in my smithy," said he. "But look
S1100 a a t! T mp trouble. allay the inflammtion here, mister, I don't care for folk pok-
low ttPHO E 1100 anc Wat upa t Ther s t- Sto livee the disease, but Ing about my place without my leave,
T ow heepeatnud p e. wlgd them as oom aSthlly lre toff the trouble e- so the sooner you pay your score and
T IT P C OF" P OMPT D UVVERY. r her, and he will gide t Po- turns. The s.y my to cure Catarrh is get out of this the better I shall be
OPEN ALL NIGHT. totreatit tthe S.S. pleased."
I brought e peasant crmes, and clears thebloodof allCatarrhalmatter anc "All right Mr. Hayes noharm
SHonesa dispatched the frightened man pmrge it of all irritating poisons, check Al right Mr Hayes; harm
with a note to Dr. Huxtable. urthr progress of the trouble and co meant," said Holmes. "We have been
"Now, Watson," said he, "we have pletelycurestheddisea. S. S.S. kee having a look at your horses, but I
picked up two cews this n-s oing.Oethe blood in pei think I'll walk, after all. It's not far, I
Ipsked uptwoeelewsthtisamorning. One fectordersoth.t believe."
anis the bac w ihatthat has led to. Thefit can eliminate *"Not more than two miles to the hall
S e e wt th e the ste gates.Thats the road to the left."
Dunlop. Before we start to investU- that will prr He watched us with sullen eyes until

K gate that let us try to realize what we PURELY VEdETABLE. duce Catarr we had left his premises.
do know, so as to make the mast of It Nothing equals We did not go very far along the
JE RJC K and to separate the essential t this great vegetable remedy in e cre road, for Holmes stopped the instant
a e I l." of this disease. Write for our book and that the curve hid us from the land-
accideofall, anym medical advice you wish We make lord'sview.
H O L ME S you that the boy certainly left of his nocharge for either. We were warm, as the children say,
own free will. He got down from his THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlata, GIL at that inn." said he. "I seem to grow
B A. CONAN DOYLI window, and he went off either alone colder every step that I take away
S. ". e r "with some one. That Is sure." from It. No, no; I can't possibly leave
-dtalBeT e ofltAe MAle at i M Maot-I HMa *- Is "Nelther -oT," said the morose land- it."
a M'*Sqh *mr te' sm oomosv mTh, g IL7 "Well, now, let s turn to this tn- lord. "I am convinced," said I. "that this
fortunate German master. The boy "The matter Is very important. I Reuben Hayes knows all about it. A
I was fully dressed when be fled. There- would offer you a sovereign for the use more self evident villain I never saw."
fore he foresaw what he would do. of ft bicycle." "Oh, he impressed you In that way,
(etleot e Prom Page S.) -be~ ~ But the German went without his The landlord pricked up his ears. did he? There are the horses, there is
reds. You u e d. wm ev eralpj ssocks. He certainly acted on very "Where do you want to go?" the smithy. Yes, it is an interesting
WeB e.I eaArow na &t s*ItSob o O and, eit. short notice." "To Holdernesse Hall." place, this Fighting Cock. I think we
me I l"a .-t I tW y we am terw adod m hs mow of the "Undoubtedly." "Pals of the dook, I suppose?" said shall have another look at It in an un-
wJst the i a r it" w as nMBIhedl bead- "Why did be go? Because from his the landlord, surveying our mud stained obtrusive way."
da Chg Pa m0 ry fkm the ebooL I t may or bedroom window he saw the flight of garments with Ironical eyes. A long, sloping hillside dotted with
my ans lawe.e the ftr mho ^ -l be Scmuted with our In- the boy; because he wished to over- Holmes laughed good naturedly. gray limestone boulders stretched bo-
SMly~ bay tutMe. we WO ow i t backward take him and bring him back. He "He'll be glad to see us anyhow." hind us. We had turned off the road
befse t we' w~oO f ."w seized his bicycle, pursued the lad and "Why?" and were making our way up the hill
We did s #A 9i a o fw a ^ itn pursuing him met his death." "Because we bring him news of his when, looking in the direction of Hol-
of gn e te law adas twee M- .* "So It would seem." lost son." deransee Hall, I saw a cyclist coming
ea As' aa wbe. ha. e alo d rd f the Portlon of the "Now I come to the critical part of The landlord gave a very visible swiftly along.
SammMe e t the agt o a w. gt p backward, my argument. The natural action of start." "Get down, Watson," cried Holmes,
Wias. 1e a g oea edy In picke e t M i wLere a man in pursuing a little boy would "What, you're on his track?" with a heavy hand upon my shoulder.
a -t m I ant ee yu t p iedo It. Her, once be to run after him. He would know "He hrs been heard of in Liverpool. We had hardly sunk from view when
w we hav a rat day te a t eM I R e bicycle that he could overtake him. But the They expect to get him every hour." the man flew past us on the road.
g 2ouh .-t d e 6bhoo German does not do so. He turns to Again a swift change passed over the Amid a rolling cloud of dust I caught
B ees hoe, ahd hs eeek was ~ After w w as sg his bicycle. I am told that he was aw, heavy, unshaven face. His manner a glimpse of a Dale, agitated face--a
swft" wtf the ima 10 te but Oe Mp @T' t -tm,'im 6 agsed excellent cyclist. He would not de ~' was suddentkcnlal. face with horror In every lineament,
tr t sees 'we tothis if he did not see that the boy h' "ve less reason to wish the dook the mouth open, the eyes staring wild
Nso SO taef e bi. A TWy eret the school. mr b is wWed the cycle some swift means of escape.* well than mast men," said he, "for I ly in front. It was like some strange
5lm8e a-sa m*tSa tism Ia am must ha4ve emgmli. Helges st dow "The other bicycle." was his head coachman once, and cruel caricature of the Aapper James Wilder
amS am mW S dreamer eo as n bowiar a" o 0bb chin tn his "Let us continue our rneonstructlon. bad 'te trei me. It was him that whom we bad seen the night before.
r I tt a I I Iloo ke hands. I be SlO tW cigarettes He meets his death five miles from the sacked me without a character on the "The duke's secretary !" cried Holmes.
"6sWt apte guesa alive with nervoas before he ove4. school-not by a bullet, mark yoU, word of a lying corn chandler. But "Come, Watson; let ns see what he
. tat It was Indeed a stream W well be at last "It which even a lad might conceivably I'm glad to hear that the young lord does."
V at awaited d as. o course possible that a s inning man discharge, but by a savage blow dealt was heard of in Liverpool, and I'll help We scrambled from rock to rock un-
A at WmIe t la IM e pesit t cup ote blacked 1nniD manin by a vigorous arm. The lad, then, had you take the news to the hall." til in a few moments se had made our
e mM thite igMty Met weanio h to wte t On o treks. a companion In hla flight. And the "Thank you," sa4d Holmes. "We'll way to a point frtm 8wlch we could
e te peaty, tw. o flight was a swift one, since It took five have some food first. Then you can see the front dour of tie Inn. Wilder's
og et e* ae tsen. eiepthe radr w wi so anm ie lles before an expert eycmllt could bring round the bicycle." bicycle was leaning against the wall
My m we amt to the boertake tsvhem. Yet we survy the "I haven't got a bicycle." beside jt. No one was moving abeut
at rn belt which marked the e ts w *agd e bark o md round the scene of the tragedy. Holmes held up a sovereign, the house, h eor could we catch a gUmise
ism y bet al etemort- have. aethisa---wslidh ad h arkgroundmoI ouranthat Ipred an the ouseata fu ouldpwe late airn
Mal thee ad bead gonelmes -a bo toW iour IS lr swe have What do we find? A few cattle tracks, "I tell you, man that haven't got of any faces at window. Slowly
oae Im t the ld had poe hom e. ta wm y m nothing more. I took a wee sweep ne. I'll let you have two horses as far the twilight crept down as the a
ud. beminthave d this.and a S ound.and there Is no path. 0 O s meal."
be as m"bt pa. mitd H oem ,a. h We colsnti n' lato m sve tIthe as of, fty ai eolball." "we'llsank behind the high towers of Holder-
t a a t ,mi n of him oe th e f ede 4 fhe yards. Another cyclist could hae bhad "Wen, well," said Holmes, "we'll nesse Hall. Then in the gloom we saw
eaem be oee. W'ith a dark- moore SM ot as ll nothing to do with the actual murder, talk about It when we've had some- o ide lamps of a trap light up
M on beae. Wit a dar- U wmI rda. MM nor were there any human footmarks." thing to eat." n the stable yard of the Inn and short-
e ta "H-ol ," I cried, "this tiipoeed When we were left alone in the ly afterward heard the rattle of hoots
W e, o abervasnt of erby lese pa thg e taq y ea r tth h.Lo- bler' stone flagged kitchen it was astonish- as it wheeled aout Into the road and tore
-r wy i HeS m PU o ptrcea c.hed A.y tpll.o a o "Admirable." he said. "A most I- uIng how rapidly that sprained ankle off at a furious pace in the direction of
m esat eon thj we soen mll e dowan, t ndW ftieo d h w s lias e adw tineo lminating remark. It I impossible as recovered. It was nearly nightfall, chesterfield.
,t1 heicr. ta.t hi s dow mntr .aif a. I tee iat I; state it, and therefore I must in and we had eaten nothing since early "What do you make of that, Wat-
J"e 'Ir ed er a ig, sure some respect have stated It wrong. morning, so that we spent some time s eon' Holmes whispered.
Het m ah h req et Ye tra et you" saw for yourself. Can you over our meal. Holmes was lost in "It looks like a flight"
erk umber oae," said Hol.mes, e ough!' e.'d Itty. "My suggest any fallnacy?" thought, and once or twice he walked "A single man In a ddFeart, so far
lng gloomly ever the rolling ex- | wows to hare been Pt "He. could not have fractured his over to the window and stared earnest- as i could see. Well, it certainly was
pssee e( the moor. "There is another round, Watam." skull in a fall? Iy out. It opened on to a squalid not Mr. James Wilder, for there he la
Ar dowM l yeoder, btand a bat-r "o you oer," "ld h ta te morass, Watson. courtyard. In the far corner was a at the door."
Oeek between. Hello! Hello! "hello! "But we ays5 a ". w 1st to o I am at my wits' end." smithy, where a grimy lad was at A red square of light had sprung out
Wat have we hee" i ndly wal. d ear o le path. Now e Tt, u! we have solved some work. On the other ide were the sta- of the darkness. In the middle of it
We bed come on a small black ribbon u- follow the traIL I fear that It will worse problems. At least we have bies. Holmes had sat down again was the black figure of the secretary,
l pathway. In the middle of It, clear- not a vffI fa"' plenty of material, if we can only use after one of these excursions, when he bis bhed advanced, peering out into
ty m*aMi on the soden soil, was the I We found, oe ,er, as we advanced It. Cose, then, and, having exhausted suddenly sprang out of his chair with the night. It was evident that he was
rack at a biTcycle. that this pert8em eOf te meort Is lter- the Palmer, let us see what the Dun- ia loud exclamation, expecting some one, Then at last
"t holmes I sried. *We han e is ad wed with oo't n1cbe. and, though lop with the patched cover has to offer "By heaven, Watson, I believe that there were steps in the road, a second 1
Mat1 Hoh was shakin h bared, we 'frequee U fct of the track, us." I've got It!" he cried. "Yes, yes. It figure was visible for an instant
t face was puzzled and expectant we always 7 rig||la picking It np We picked up the track and followed I must be so! Watson, do you remem- against the light, the door shut and all
T ~e, jeranlyo t bl-r"o you observe," geld Holmes, "that onwrd for some distance, but soon ber seeing any cow tracks today?" was black once more. Five minutes
lt e f oor rose Into a long. heather tuft- anes, several." later a lamp was lit In a room upon
ertae," said he. "I am familiar witS. e rider is nudeS ly forcing d ure a w left the water course "Where?" R,, ,-.,* -. ~SW~l


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tym-two different impremious left by pace? t e m s be no doubt of it behind us. No further help from tracks "Well, everywhere. They were at "It seems to be a curious class of
tire Th as you perceive, s a Dun- I o you could be hoped for. At the spot where the morass andagain near where poor custom tht is done by the hting
Dun-both tires clr. Te one Inasndeep as we saw the last of the Dunlap tre it Heldegger met his death."Ccks aIdoles.
Up. wfte a patch upon the outer co the verat the other. at tonl that the ee "Exactly. Well, now, Watson, howk." said Holes.
RHiMarM UtMres wa e Palmers, leav- rider is throwing weight to the Hall the stately towers of whihoer se many ctows did you see on the moor?" Que bar is on the other ide." ay
ltg lengitedlnal etrpes. Avettng, tte handle bar, as a a doe when he isthe ttely tower of wbte manycow did yo e on the moor "Quite so. These are what one may
tg gtdial StrPe. wAaelin t handle bar, as a man does when heinsome miles to our left, or to a low gray "I don 't remember seeing any." call the private guests. Now, what int I
atematca master. was sure upon println By Jo be.a "village which lay in front of us and "Strange, Watson, that we should the world is Mr. Jamea Wilder doing I
r track.-' o r t rteTheren marked the position of the Cbsterfield see tracks all along our line, but never In that den at this hour of night, and !
tey'covering some YS t theSo tracL Then highroad. a cow on the whole moor. Very strange, in the t tpios h oe es to I
"eboy' s econ"; there were a few ootmarks, and the As we approached the forbiddh?"who is the companion who comes to
*TWp. If we could prove a bicy- tire reappeared ce m As we approached the forbidding ad Wa e, meet him there? Come, Watson, we !
ela to b ees is his posseesnon. But "A side slip" quaok above th the door H a e "Now, Watson make an effortmust really take a risk and try to In-
tt we have utterly failed to do. This Holmes held up a e pled bra cock abe the d H a Now ats an effor estimate this a Uttle more closely."
tMeek as you perctre, was made by a of flowerisLg gue. To my horror ~ sudden groan and clutched me by the Throw yourmind back. Can you m Toeher we atole down to the road r
ar wha was going trom the direction perceived that the yellow blossoms adto voe of th elf fviole ft ain ose tr"Y acks, upon te path?"ndrept across to the door of
ate were alldab th Sthe 0o were all dabbI cim. On the of the ankle which leave a man help- '"Can you recall that the tracks were the waL Holmes struck a match ad
ptowaratb. too, and th e bes, the wall. Hobu h wek a wat.. and f
my dear Waton. The more darkstains ao loo ter w less. With difficulty he limped up to something like that, Watson"-be ar- held It to the back wheel, and I heard
jmoklfpstaOiSo f lOUrt, Bad:"ted Bad!. Stand the door, where a squat, dark elderly .range a number of breadcrumbs in him chuckle as the light fell upon a
p k r esso - "Bad "' said Hlmes. "Bad! Sta man was smoking a black clay pipe. this fashion -: : : "and some- patche as e I p t oe u
*-- clear. -atmso! Not a n un recess "How are you, Mr. Reuben Hayesr times like this"-: : : : .-and patchesd nlop ti Up aboe
Stste:What 40 eahere? He aidHolmes. occasionally likethis"-. was the lighted window.
fell wounded--he af-" remount- "Who are y, and hw o you get "Can you remember "I must have a peep through that,
SMU T* A LL oed--h b procee d s* 4is ay n"Who are you, and how do you ntty"man you remember that?"' Watson. If you bend your back and
U er M other trac C t ath. Icmy name a spait the countrymane lk- s o'uN I cannot"support youef upon the wall I think
A dellhtful reas l urmune from tHe MlS a ? swered, with a sPuspous Saa f a "B I eaL I could swear to It p o the waltIhh
Hever, Ole1 u to refugees elegant IC-
everoaters adto refugees elegant ac- Re was samele ] gt gaget II0ea ol pair of cunning eyes. However, we will go back at our leis- a n mate. I
es dto s and board a $25 per Impossible! trae "Well, It's printed on the beardabove ure oand verify it. What a blind beetle An ldstanteaw his feet were d
S per week. Everything o s. t on Wat-your head. It's esy to see a who I hue been not to draw my cduelu- my o ler, e wasu y np .
S track to be sa-well as the u s master of his eow houm. I suppose un!" befCorme my fwend." ald he, "o
Snow you haven't such a thing as a carriage "And what is your conclusion?" day'm w bs m t lng enough.
new."ae o In your stables?" "Only that It is a remarkable owdI thayk or w 0 ha-gther all th
Our seareabwas a v4y e long one. yo ters I this r that wehavesgathere all that
S | e tracks e the to be to curve "No I have not." which walks, canter and gallops. By we can. It's a long walk to the school,
fantastically pe M t wet SA shiaig "I can hardly put my foot t the Geor, Watson, It was no brain of a and the sooner we get started the bet-
thge "Dont put t to the groud. a blind as tha The coast seemsto be his lps d
Famid the thick g e Out of "But I can't walk." ciws save for that 4"' in the sithYr that wr tm the moor, nor
them we draggsp bel Ote O Palmer "Well, then, hop." Lt us slip out and see what we can wohtear eter te school wheo e 0
tired, one pedal hot at the whole Mr. Reuben Hayes manner was far sue." read I, but wst en to Mackletio n
tront of it barribly feared and slob- from gracious, but Holmes toRk It with There were two rough haired, un- stat whence be eua end some s
bered with blood. On the other side admirable good humor. kempt horses in the tumbledown sta- tegr, lat, at ght I heard h'm
of the buses a bee was projecting. "Look here, my man," saWl he. "This ba. Holmes raised the hind leg of one conot Dr. H table, prostate by y
we rrn rompd aM the tay the n- really rather an awkward fix for tem and la e d co Dr ab ted b y
Wer ru opa a 4 pa go4 ao t h g bOl d, s e i b ,^, old the atrad m
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him that you are here."
After an hour's delay the great noble-
.man a appeared. His face was more ca-
daverlos than ever, bis shoulders bad
ro,n led. and he seemed to m- to be an
al.ug Jaur oudr man than he had been


xxnpany. WIen JSale i twas l4
o kidnap Lord Saltire It w-as C t
(Omthaud on Twelfth fte)


Low rates at Southrna utS r
rooms and board.


"I fear, your grace, that matters can
hardly be arrang,,d so easily. There is
the des ri, of this schoolmaster to be no-
counted for."
**But .JaILes knew nothing of that.
You v'aninot hold him responsible for
that. It was the work of thi. brutal
ruftian whom he iad the misfortune to
employ."
"I must take the view. your grace,
that when a man embarks upon a
crime he is morally guilty of any other
crime which may spring from it."
"Morally. Mr. Holmes; no doubt yoe
are right; but surely not in the eyes O
the law. A man cannot be condemned
for a murder at which he was at
present and which he loathes and ab.
hors as much as you do. The InstaBt
that be heard of it he made a complete
confession to me. so filled was he with
horror and remorse. He lost not an
hour in breaking entirely with the mue-
derer. Oh, Mr. HIolmes, you must save
him-you must save him! I tell you
that you must save him" 'The duke
had dropped the last attempt at self
command and was pacing the roam
with a convulsed fare and with his
cllncbod hands waving In the air. At
last he mastered himself and safdowa
once more at his desk. "I appreelate
your conduct in coming here before von
spoke to any one else." said he. "At
least we may take counsel how far we
can minimize this hideous scandal."
"Exactly," said Holmes. "I think.
your grace, that this can only be done
by absolute fran'-ness between as. I
am disposed to help your grace to the
best of my ability, but in order to do
so I must understand to the last detail
how the matter stands. I realize that
your words applied to Mr. James WI
der and that be is not the murderer."
"No, the murderer has eoeaped."
Sherlock Holmes stalled demurely.
"Your graeo can hardly have beard
of any small reputation which I poo-
sess or you would not imagine that it is
so easy to escape me. Mr. Reubem
Hayes was arrested at Chestersfeld on
my information at 11 o'clock last night
I had a telegram from the head of the
local police before I left the school thi
morning."
The duke leaned back In his the&
and stared with amazement at my
friend.
"You seem to have powers that aeo
hardly human," said he. "So Boubes
Hayes Is taken? I am right glad to
Lear It If it will nct react upe te fate
cf James."
"Your secretary 7
"No, sir; my son."
It was Holmes' turn to look aslotn
ished.
"I confess that this Is entirely new to
me, your grace. I must beg you to be
more explicit"
"I will conceal nothing from you. I
agree with you that complete frank.
ness. however painful it may he to me,
1I the best policy in this desperate situ.
atlon to which James' folly and Jeal-
ousy have reduced us. When I was.
very young man. Mr. Holmes, I lovea
with such a love a comes only once In
a lifetime. I offered the lady marrlag
but she refused it on the grounds tha
such a mattic might mar ay ro
Had she lived I would certainly nov,
have married any one else. ate4
and left this one child, whom for eb
sake I have cherished and cared for.
could nmt acknowledge tie pateny
the world, but I gave him the baet 1d
educations, and since he came to ms
hood I have kept him near my peru.
He surmised my secret andrt ba p
sumed ever since upon the claim Mis
he has upon me and upon hjI power e
provoking a scandal which wold be
abhorrent to me. His preseeaf bI
something to do with thoe u4a- -
sue of my marriage. Above m he
hated my young legItimate heir ft
the first with a persistet batrL
"You may well ask me why,
these circumstances. I still kept JIae
under my roof. I anwer that t
becaos I could see h!. mother's ,-
in hi. and that for her dear sake' el
waa no end to my long suffering. hi
her pretty ways. too-there was -I
one of them which he could not oa,
gest and br!ig back to my memory. I
could not send him away. But I f-r-
so much lest he should do Ai., u,
that is, Lord Baltlre-a mischief
I dispatched him for safety to kr'
Huxtable's schooL
"James came into contact w th t
fellow Hayes because the man wa
tenant of mine and James acted -
agent. The fellow was a rvasal f
the beginning, but In some eaeaf
mary way Jamea became ntoteto 'U"
him. Be bad always a tast for 1-


"You infernal 4ejl", the maa cried.
the morning before. He greeted us
with a stately courtesy and seated him-
self at his desk, his red beard stream-
ing down on the table.
"Well, Mr. Hol1earm" paid he.
But my friend's'yes were Ated upon
the secretary, who stood by his mas-
ter's chair.
"I think, your grace, that I could
speak more freely In Mr. WUater' ab-
sence."
The Ir.,al tuh'tad a shade paler and
cast a ;.al!g, ..: lance at Hllmes.
"It )y'-:' '-,t'e W, es"-
"Yes, yes; you #ad better e. Now,
Mr. Holmes, what have you to gy?"
My friend waited until the 0oor had
eleoed behind the treating eetary.
"The fact is, your grace," mld he,
"that my colleague, Dr. Watson, and
myself had an asuranee from Dr.
Huxtable that a reward bad been of-
fered in this cast. I should like to
have this confirmed from your own
lips."


"Certainly, Mr. Holmes."
"It amounted, It I am eorrertly In-
formed, to 5,0) to any one who will
tell you where your son Is?"
"Exactly."
"And another thousand to the man
who will name the person or persons
who keep him in custody?"
"Exactly."
"Under the latter heading is Included
no doubt not only those who may have
taken him away, but'alsa those who
conspire to keep him in his present po-
sition ?"
"Yes, yes," eritd the duke lnpatient-
ly. "If you do your work well, Mr.
Sherlock Holmes, you willuave no rea-
son to complain of niggardly treat-
nent."
My friend rubbed his thin bands to-
rether with an appearance of avidity.
which was a surprise to ue, who knew
his frugal tastes.
"I fancy that I aee your race'a
check book upon the table." said 1. "I
should be glad If you weld make me
out a check for A1,000. It would be as
well perhaps for you to ars It. The
Capital and Coustles bank, Oxford
street branch, are my agents."
His grace sat Tory stem m upright
e his chair and lacked alt at my
friend.
"Is this a joke, Mr. Ht$a? It Is
hardly a subject pleassantry.",
"Not at all, your graee. I w a evwr
more earnest in my Mie."
"What do you sean, theu?"
"I mean that I have eared Sie re-
rard. I know wre your aam s, and
Snow some at least of these who are
holding him."
The duke's berd bed tISr1e more
iggreelvely red than ever fOlst his
haaty white ftLe.
"Where Is he? -be gau g.
"He is, or wao last oft. at tee
lighting Cock l*. boumt tw" miMe
rom your park ate
The duke fen b *k s toe-
"And wboe do e aeOeWP
a-dmoek H obo "we ar s0-a&
NAmROg one. iAr gi'
rard and touched t ke uis the
shoulder.
"I accuse you," uM he "*And now,
our grace, Ill trouble yo f that
bok." "


`1. *


later son b etemw my room as alet I Never shall I forget the duWt p-
and vigorous as he had been when he pearance as be sprang up and clawed
started in the morning. "All goe well, with his hands, like one who is atlakg
-my friad." -sad lIe. "I promise that into an abyss. Then. with an estrahS
before tomorrow evening we shall have dinary effort of aristocratic self cove
reached the sahoattga e the mystery." mand. he sat down and sank his toee
At 11 o'clock net morning my friend In his bands. It was some minute be
and I were walking up the famous yew fore he spoke.
avenue of Holderauee lBal. We were "How much do you know?" he asdak
ushered through the magnitcent Eltsa- at last without raising his head.
bethan doorway aud Into his grace's "I saw you together last night"
study. Thtre we four Mr. James Wil- "Does any one else beside your fries
der, demure and courtly, but with some know?"
trace of that wild terror of the.night "I have spoken to no one."
before still lurking in his furtive eyes The duke took a pen in his qulvering
and In his twitching features. fingers and opened his check book.
"You have come to see his grace? I "I shall be as good as my word. M.
am sorry, but the fact is that the duke Holmes. I am about to write your
is far from well. He has been very check, however unwelcome the Infor-
much upset by the tragic news. We re- mation which you have gained may be
ceived a telegram from Dr. Huxtable to me. When the offer was first made
yesterday afternoon, which told us of I little thought the turn which events
your discovery." might take. But you and your friend
"I must see the duke, Mr. Wilder." are men of discretion. Mr. Holmes?'
"But he is In his room." "I hardly understand your grace."
"Then I must go to his room." "I must put it plainly. Mr. Holmes.
"I believe he is in his bed." If only you two know of this incident
"I will see him there." there is no reason why it should go
Holmes' cold and inexorable manner any further. I think 1j2000 is the sum
showed the secretary that it was use- that I owe you, is it not?"
less to argue with him. But Holmes smiled and shook hia
"Very good. Mr. Holmes. I will tell head.






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BYrA. CONAN t DOYLE FO p tristc Cock to wantamw I t hem i adomb.
Either i aste Advt.em f fmes shere lsmb t'ha |o him bes mea l IM ee t "I wIb selp yo06 bt t e a one condition
Thi hmlouot hi I a i w -te TS tnLwetAT m b daylight wlhot tw a- only. It y that you or the foo
of te Fr.w A Study i s r.Et. BY P. STU comment. but as sm as alht e I man and let me give seh orders as I
now hwrWB~- oil to a my dear Aehszr. I uke."
o tm th >" P ound him nte and ell, but lrte Wtout a w hord e duke pressed th
-WelkoMr.m omeas, that was the beyond expression by the dreatdMl d electric belL A servant entered.
*ts *ice nihat be avafled Aimef. ta of affairs when I arst saw you be had witnessed. I defrme to My "You will be glad to hear," said
V an remmnber that I wrote to Arter two days aoe I had no more idea of pronte and much against my wi l th olames "that your young master Is
e that last day Weill James open- the truth than you. You will ask me consented to leave him there fator t fand. It Is the dukes desire that the
ed dh letter and lsrted a note ask- what was James' motive in doing such days ider the charge ot Mrs. Hayes, carriage shall go at ace to the Fight.
& Arthur to meet him in a little wood a deed. I answer that there was a 018M It Was evident that It was apos- Iing Cock Inn to bring Lord Saltire
aed the aagged Shaw .wtichtI is near great deal which was anressoning and sb t t rm tepoli'ceWhere bwas home. siH ewete
ft *e edool. He used the duchess' fanatical In the hatred which be bore without telling them also; who was the "Now," said Holmes when the re
ame and in that way got the boy to my beir. In his view he should him- murderer, and Ico not hwtat jollng lackey had disappeared, "had-
-ag. That evening James bicycled self have been heir of all my estates, murderer could be pVUndsd without ing secured the future, we can afford
-_i t4 am telling you what he has and be deeply resented these social ruin to may unfortunate James. TOU to be more lenient with the past. I am
mlf eentfesmd to me-a he told laws which made It impossible. At the asked for rankne, Mr. Homes, a not in an offelal position, and there Is
Agftr, whom he met in the wood, same time he had a dflnite motive al- I have taken you at your word ftr I So rea so long as se ends of justice
Nt his mother l nged to see him, so. He was eager that I should break have now told you e.eaiith without are served why I asould disclose an
gi she was awaiting him on the moor the entall. and be was of opinion that an attempt at dcremtoCutni a' oem- that I know. As to ayes, I say noth-
_4 t It b he would come tack Into i t lay in my power to do so. He Intend- cement. Do you In year twr be tos ng. The gallows awaits him, and I
Swvd at mieaight he would Sea a j ed to make a bargain with me-to re- frank with me." would do nothing to save him from It
g with a heme who w OU take m store Arthur if I would break the en- "I will," said Holes. In the 0ut What be will dlvlge I cannot tell. but
.*tbr. For Arthur fell tanto the trap. tall and so make It possible for the es- place, your grace, I am hound to tell, I hrve o doubt that yo grace eouldd
'Jb ee to the appointment and foouml tate to be left to him by will. He knew you that you have placed yearlt f in a make him understand that It is to his
Mfs.....r Rayes with a led pony. Ar- well that I should never willingly In- most serious position In fte ees of the Interest to be sillent. Pom the polee
SI. and they et off togeth voke the aid of the police agaitut him. law. You have condoned a felony, and point of vlew be will have Kdnaped the
It qpers-though this James I say that be would have proposed such you have aided the escape of a mur- boy for the purpose of ransom. If they
W bare yesterday-that they were a bargain to me, but did not actually deer, for I cannot doubt that any do not themselves flnd it out, I see no
p i. Cthat Hayes struck the par- do so, for events moved too quickly for money which was taken by James WI- reason why I should prompt them to
M gr wift his stick and that the man him. and be bad not time to put his der to aid his accoUmplie In his 1ight take a broader point of view. I would
S t e'f Ms lcuaies. Hayes bright i plans Into practice, came from your graces purse." warn your grace, however, that the
jM to M public house, the Fight- "What brought all his wicked scheme The duke bowed his ast, continued presence ot Mr. James Wil-
afl *w bhe was ecomxed an to wrek was yosr discovery of this "This l Indeed a m st serts Mat- der In your household can only lead to
une, m~ r the are of Mr. man Hcdkk agua's dead body. James ter. Even more culpable in my opinion, misfortune."
Swho Is a kindly woman, but was w eeed with horror t the news. It your grace s your attitude toward "I understand that, Mr. Holmes, and
amser ee atrotl of hC brtal came to us yesterday as we sat to- your younr son. YOU lave himm t it is already settled that he shall leave
gether i this tu Dr. Huxtable had this de. for three days." me forever and go to seek his fortune


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EB Australia."
"In that case, your grace, since you
Tave yourself stated that any unhappi-
*ess In your married life was caused
by his presence, I would suggest that
Ifw make such amends as you can to
tihe duchems and that you try to resume
those relations which have been so un-
happily interrupted."
"That also I hare arranged, Mr.
Holmes. I wrote to the duchess this
morning."
"In that ease," said Holmes, "Ihl ink
that my friend and I can congratulate
ourselve upon several most happy re-
suits from our little visit to the north.
There Is one other small point upon
which I desire some light This fellow
Hayes had shod his horses with -shoes
which counterfeited the tracks of cows.
Was it from Mr. Wilder that 'he
learned so extraordinary a device?"
The duke stood In thought for a mo-
ment, with a look of Intense surprise
on his face. Then he opened a d'or and
showed us Into a large room furnished
as a museum. Hle led the way to a
glass case In a corner and pointed to
the inscription.
"These shoes," It ran, "were dug up
In the moat of Holdernesse Hall. They
are for the use of horses, but they are
shaped below with a cloven foot of Iron
so as to throw pursuers off the track.
They are supposed to have belonged to
some of the marauding barons of Hol-
dernesse nla the middle ages."
Holmes opened the case, and, mois-
tening his finger, he passed it along the
shoe. A thin film of recent mud was
left upon his skin.
"Thank you," said he as he replaced
the glass. "It is the second most inter-
esting object that I have seen in the
north."
"And the first?"
Holmes folded up his check and
placed it carefully In his notebook. "I
am a poor nmn," said he as he patted It
affectionately and thrust it Into the
depths of his Inner pocket.


fP3inhles, Natural Ohlldblrfh. F


Babyv's omaP iato the world should be preceded Ly a c wrin preparation *
the partof every woman who expects to become a mother. She owes it as a
duty to hw unbm abe, and to hereMlf: her duty to her unborn babe is to use
every me*m within her power to aid hi. entrance into the world. CitLv cannot
help hi if in thls otdea therefore other must. He h-i a ;i rd ",nounh time
after his arrival, so t us make his comingeasv. His health in ant.r liet,:pcnds
greatly ape the ina r of is coming: would you have your child a .r:pple. or
Swotuld you have him a tower of strength :' -.trcig n;..ar, bit.
ngrowBp chi rlen; a f:iouo urgcon in Viez,n.i i dtv,':i- ; I-s
S flfe'work to the cure of little helpless cnppies. dt !,ra.ed by
S. b iflth; do* ot allow your child to beco= e a crip.e.


Motheir's Friend
S Is a liniment which will foreta!l any po,- i"i:itv of acdde t M
S birth ; that is. it relaxe- all tl.c ,:- in ,J r; _: ,ud, tissuep
andpermitso'f an sv access t, t-.he.cld. lIt e a hv mother's
pain, and so assets nature th.t when ia .v orri" he starf
out in life-with a constituntion w i ol'-t '* l's bastts
S and to bloom into strong pur, ma h.- 'd t:. .t iath- comot
and delight of every true mother'* h'-.rL.
One dollar is the price at all drug 3twres. 'end for or
S book on otherhood." It is free.
Bafkeld Regulator Co. 4M,
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No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President, JNO. PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashler.

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

Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan DOnwody, W.EH. M to', Jr.,
0. E. Ma,.ui.
Frank 1eilly, W. L Cawtnon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal.
T. F. MaGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannav,
F.. S. Brawner, McKenzle OerAti,&
C. W. Lamar. A)ex McGowin,
J. R. Saoundd 0. M. Cov!ngton.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Sotlcted.
eare par cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


In each of the following ten pictures the name of a Great American Is indicated.

Can you tell who they are ? The first Is Andrew Jackson.


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THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A
SILVER DOLLAR.


W EE ha!, .'-en piPurtlu,. Miriam A. Burgoyne, Olive, Fa.L Mal-
| |-al in S. VWoff. No. S East .trong, vin S. Wolff, city; St. Julien Wien-
S|is :.l1cl to th, < dollar this wck and holtz, city; Dennis W. tlatgan, city;
Teh JZmrnal office,. Fla.; Hamlin Cross Ranney, Century,
F"lI' )wing I, 11rhe list of correct an- Fla.: Wesley Woodland, city; Arana
swers for Se;,)tember 24: R Pfelffer, city; James Hughes, War-
Correct Answers, Sept. 24. rington, Fla.; John Frenkel, city;
N I-Pet& r Cooper Clara Frenkel, city; R. T. Sublett, city;
SNo. 2-Rotert Fulton Irma DeSilva, Bay Shore; Manue'.
No. 3-U. S Grant. Johnson. city: Lucie Swaine, city; Mil-
No. 4-William Cullen Bryant. lie Swaine, city; Ed Swaine city; Ar-
-Dt av Hr id Glascoe Farragut. thur Johnson, city.
SA icHal" ProtvedHar d N., 6.---Ewin Booth. Among the names given by those
SIP N 7-Horace Greeley. who missed are, James Buckner, Bal-
1 for LaSt Week's Paz- | No S--James Lawrence. lngton Booth, James Barnes, Thomas
e r Cto rafck I No. 9.-Pat rick Henry. Cole, James R. Buchanan, ULitton, Na-
No 10.-Nathan Hale thaniel Banks, John Brown, John Law-
Correct Answers Received. rence, David Guthre3, Jamds Black-
stone, Father Ryan and Wilkes Booth.
LV 6. WOLFF WON PRIZE Corrct answers were received fr-oml Answers to the previous week's plo-
I nZthe fouBowing .tures were received postmarked as fol-
OOLLAR LAST WEEK-WORK OF Golele McEwen. Bagdad. Fla.: O. A. iws:
Gonzalez, Jr.. Bohemia. Fla.: William jean Hickey, Apalachlol, Sept- 21,
PUZZLE ARMY SHOWS GOO ID Dudey Gonzalez. Bohen:a. Fla.; Wil! Jean Hickey, upalachol, Sept. 1,
:(which was Thursday) 6:30 a. w
KM EDGE OF AMERICAN en:. city: Frnes Brent. cit:; Reclveat Pensacola that night 11:30
KNOWILEDGE OF AMERICAN Ro'rt Brewn. city: Willie Brent.city; and at The Journal office riday morn-
WISTORY. ,H:.a Lewis, city: Annie W. Harwell, ing. 1 o'clock
c.y: Doris Crona. Warrington, Fla.; Guydon Post, St. Andrews, Sept. 20,
S_18 p. m., Chipley, Sept. 21, 7 p. m., Pen-
Whha is t m s c sacola, Sept. 21, 11:30 p. m. Journal
P Dtoreg thear :h'i'ci' *c6t a(. Cept. 22. 1 a. m.
Aif:, occasionr- t an raw r Dan and Virginia Walker, Pesmbea,
re tw 'r n'e tht :::1 n :E.. Sept. .21, 4:30 p. m., Journal ept. e,
he to n'Grea: A u. :ican( j1i rt ture 10 fnday. L ucre and Ed Swaine, Feble sand
I t significan: ,:' L.u hs*:orv- ha- Is h'e place to send your clothes to be Hobart Barrow, all delivered at Jour
I store, that : the- T 'Yooin:. Dy (,. Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired. nal oeice too late to reach the paxale
grlokans"-t-- e --t Amer'cans o: Thety are now in a position to handleI editor Thursday night.
e fuare-do nU: tai to ro eioni your work more efhelently tCan ever.
reSr Clevelan,. William J Bryan A boon to travelers. Dr. Fia er's
Nd 1heodore Roosev1lt. as they have E. L. REESE, Extract of Wd 0Strwberry. Cares
Mes eofte er o rea. famo i -1. Phone f675. Proprietor. duseury, daro, Ma
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WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
THOS. W. BRBW, Asat Cashier.


W. K. IYEYR. JR., V.-Pres. and Cashler
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.


First National Bank


of Pesacola, Fla,


DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H, Knowles,
W. IK.yer, Jr., D. G. Brent


Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and 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 countries.


Vessela disbursed upon the most
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gations taken payaple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Vow
sel Arrives there.


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

Savings Department-Intermet Paid on Depeskt at
rate of 4 per cent per annum.

L. HILTON OG3NIN. Nt rum. T. X. WLt.LE, Vics-FUaam.s.
R. M. Blusn.2, C.. MANSPIXLD MOBN.O, Ans,. CAMssa
Citizens National Bank,
ot Peam oia, Florida.
Geo.W Wright, MorMe sear. T. B. Welleo
I1z M. OeMuls L. H<oa Grees.
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SJ.&1a Pr-d. S. W. MENErEB. Cashier. ;
R. CARY, Vice-PresaldentL
STHE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
Directore-L. J. RIvsns, J. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. 4. D'Alm-berte +. A. Jennings.
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