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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 3, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Latest Telegraphic News Service--Forelgn and Imc-Furnished by The Aaod
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iabVOL. VIII NO. 229 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY O ING, OCTOBER 3, 190 PRICE, 5 CEN
lopVOL. VIII NO. 229. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MO& ING, OCTOBER 3, 1905. PIE E


SNEW ORLNS "VILLAIN AND MURDERER; ,rCTin g1T PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ONLY 1
SWINDLER AND THIEF". r'rr WILL G0 TO NEW ORLEANS

FU LS [LT I Terrific Arraignment of Convicted Biga.- Iill Visit Florida, Then Alabamaad i


SPmsut's Decmisn t visit City mist b Brooklyn Judge Who Pas- OFFICE Arkansas, and Make Crescent City hsicis are H
SbMik Fer Ges Pro- sed Sentence Upon Him. End of 7rip. hm and ho
|By A ,. .ciatd P .. shame up.on them. You e o. Formally Takes Upi Dmat ofS ,wmB y. As? oc tW t Presfinalirne
New York. Oct. 2.-4Pederlck E. the most dangerous men In the coun-.. Washington, Oct. 2.-President there to Washington by water. He I
IMPETUS 10 [0FIGHT .ao a. Sni o thre ,.,, r ttr of Stm assr Roosevelt will go to New Orleans, de- XP
I P TO I T charges of bigamy and one of grand As he left the court room after this Roosevelt will o to New Orleans, de- pected to arrive there the last d a M
S M T F larceny in Brooklyn, was tod* sen- denunciation, Carlton was met by a Secretm *.spite the existence of yellow fever T tri ll
tended to an aggregate term of nine- young woman who called him by there. Offclal announcement of this arThe wil be a as revi ly
teen years in the e prion. In name and began to weep, exclaiming: was mae today after Secretary eob lor r t ill b
sentencing Carlton. Jlge Aspenall "What the judge sayd was true." By Asohinted PrnO t Rh:otto and the president conferred about It will go to Mobile, thence to ?uskege l I
f r. fs t Will H aid: Carlton laughed in then C young womaa's Washington, Oct 2.-uEh" Bi l tto- and when final arrangements for the and Birmingham, and thence to Lit I
G Effect on it r nr at heart an vlian, murder- fact and passed on. day formally took up the duties of See- southern trip were completed. tie Rock, Ark. There the party will
E er, swindler andthief, nd I am sorry When outside of the building he retary of State. He came early to the To avo the quarantine complica- disband, the president and Secretary
that I cannot send you to the electric was mobbed by a crowd of men, many department with Mr. Bacon, the new tions it was decided that the presi- Leob returning to New Orleans, and
chair. Juqt remember that your of whom had once been nis neighbors, assistant secretary. dent would make New Orleans the tencb
MONDAY'S REPORT THE MOST mother was a woman, but you played but who tried to strike im. Te Mr. Looms, the retiring assistant would make New Orleans te tence by water to Wash ATER HH
with the love of those women andjdeputies who were handcuffed to the secretary, who has been in charge of
ENCOURAGING OF ANY MON.when through with them you turne prisoner had to run toa street car to the department since the death of c. N TEMPRTUR
DAY SINCE THE FEVER START- them out in the world *with their save themselves and him. rotary Hay, was in Ce SUICIDE OF ANG US RENFROB pMITT
S- with the new secretary a his assist-
ED AND SHOWS THAT AUTHOR- ant, placing them In tolok with the CHAEDro DI
SI.E ARE NARROWNG DOWN TEXAS TROOPS CALLED TO OartoIS.I NEBAR MILLIGAN YESTERDAY CAEDOR D
AAys will be necessary to complete thRMe WIL
PROGRESS OF THE DISEASE. transfer and Mr. Baoo. will aot take A DY DELAY
PEVENT BURNING NEGROthe th of office until tben, in order BOULTER
not to displace Mr. Loxxmis officially. Former L & N. Foreman Shoots T c.m.
Postmaster General Cortelyou today Nh D
v By Assoclted & rem. concluded his annual vacation and as- HimsefH in Head With
r lans, Ot fl IUue lTof "Iu nn rSasumed charge of the affairs of his de- S G .wi is t
New Orleans. Oct. 2-Fol- apartment. S Ot un. I D T
S loin is th ofcial ipoto6Cnditt and Four Children iS V. B. SADLERs AMED AS H u blowing is t
S p. m: ASSISTANT AUDITOR m o th
S New cases today, 19: total to Surrounded. __ WAS A WELL KNOWN AND HIGH. tin up to last
S L-ati s today, 2; ot.al to ward has appointed V. B. Sadler of LY RESPECTEDCITIZEN AND HI eath i d H Eare,1
date. 394. U I ll L WHOLE COUNTRY TURNED OST Lake City assistant State Aui.-tor, to FAMILY AMONG THE MOST Moming After M t A a. 1; tot
tNew fee Co i.Tfl the vacancy caused by the death of dt. 27.
*. Cases under treatment, 204. TO CATCH THE BLACK AND IT IS lion. E. A. Crawford. Mr. Sadler is a PROMINENT IN WEST FLORIDA. mi ina l Case# dlscharg
SCase discharged, 2,144. Lative of South Carolina, but was fdr "I*1. ni CMe now an
S" hl r ,ASSERTED*HE WILL BE BURN- a number of years a resident of Geor- Special to The Journal. 78.
.'*^ #*# *'S* lUll UL- ED AT STAKgE IN PUBLIC gia, being engaged in the banking bus- Holt, Oct. 2.-Two of our citilzsn, Dr.
A---T WAW N ~AT STIvess at Cartersville and Elberton for Ben and Jasper Renfroe, were called Dr. H. H. Boulter, who we re-
New Orleans, Oct 2 -Announc-- SQUARE. eight years. this morning to the scene of their ported as having yellow fever Priday, ie d
mnent through the Assocriaed I'reQs of Mr. Sadler has 'been engaged In the brother Angus's sad tragedy who com- died at 1:45 this morning fter ner day, ca eg and n
th,. president decision to visit N.- Ne w and Stronger Ones Reported By Associated Press. Insurance business in lorila for a mitted suicide near Milligan early this l twlln
SAustin Texas, Oct. 2.-Adjutant number of years. Hil 'pponttment morning. It is reported that (An- ly two days of most violet Monday, is the o0
Or;Cans on his forihcofing trip to Against Holmes, Peckham and General Hulen this afternoon, upon re- is considered here one of te best that gus Rneroe) left the home of hL He was taken with black voit yes- state health office,
the womhi caused profound gratifica- ceipt of Information that conditions Governor Browaer4*hoa *hk far made. brother. Jeff, early this morning to go terday afternoon and from that time the two days of ol:
o today. and it is rewarded as cr- H Fed l Jur were growing alarming at Edna, Texas, hunting and had gone but a short dis- until his death he ered greatly Comparatively t
*ai to give a stimulus to the fight now issued a call for the mobilization of the CNGRE6akAN UDWWU stance when he. by premeditated de- Bot rr
i t drive out* the yellow local military companiI here and at IMOSLY ILL.t aln, fired a full load of shat into his that the reorts wll
Houston and is arranging to leave at wn head, killing him Instantly. o Chicago yesterday saft a improvsta, altho
teaer before the end of the present By Associated Preosm 8 o'clock tonight on a special trla fo. Btrm h I an, -Mr. Renftee was for several years as hav ta tatd fr rAnat as giSB' hi r Soew
atlo. Washington, Oct. 2.-The feder' th& ar.ne af trouble. . mran 0. W. Uai d thefr t-Iast-.a poye f the f t N. L ? attAna -1r Ilmee a o I ha pa
The president's refa.a. to lc way-. grand jury today reported new indict- The troops are being rushed to the wstaken 4nly'at his home Pny, being section foreman at Mit.,n_ -m .. ... ,M .I 84 mw wet
Spersonaments in the cotton report leakage front, attenoant upon the tnnounce- this city yesterday, and his condition ton. For the past few months he has ea, au r .M wi ;*I E M .alP.tETtslw
ed by fear o persona k. which cases against Edwin S. Holmes. Jr., ment from Edna that the people are Ns such as to cause alarm to his been employed b4 th? Stearns & Cual- time O death. ti.
many influence hav, 'bae t -<-sd upou Frederick A. Peckham, and Moses preparing to burn the negro, Monk Gib- friends. Physicians think his ailment ver Lumber Co. ds trackman. Dr. Bolter came from Chicago te New Cas
him, has further commended him to Has.. The indictments cover the I son, who is accused of killing Mrs. is a general nervous breakdown, sup- During his residence at Milton he Pensaoela about five years ago and Those who wee r
the people of lIuisiana and there is same ground as the old indictments iConditt and her four children. The erinduced by overwork. -He Is resting fell into the habit of drink. This, it is
on every side a dispo,s ion to make' but they are believed to be more sw- lnegro is now surrounded in a thick easy tonight,. thought, together VJth some other located ere to practice is p avi yello w tyne Oer
Bfic and have been prepared with forest a few miles out according to the grievances led to hi' sad ending. He asn, dentistry, and he early made and Alcans.
Ihl!; reception markedly cordial in al, greater care. latest reports. It has been openly Governor Herrick is Stopped, leaves a wife and four children with many friends and established a good Agnes Neal, 1307
predation oi the s m;.athy he ha stated that the negro would be burned Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 2.-Gov. My. whom many friends mourn his sad practice. He as n g Mithell Tourt, 4
shown and the active as.sistance h, Peckman Goes to Jail. In the public square at Edna when cap- ron T. Herrick while riding in his au- demise.
has given the city and s*a: in he Saratoga, N. Y., Oct. 2.-Frederick tuned. tomobile through Unclid township to- Mr. Renfroe came from one of the man and a good citizen and the news Charles Soderfnd,
a y oiren h c" and na~ e A I'Pckman. of New York. who is now Think They Have Him. day was halted by the town marshal best families of Holmes county. His of his death will be received witt re- Henry Wright,aeg
rpreenw criss. under indic-ment for connection with Edna, Texas, Oct. 2.-A party just ani warned against the violation of brothers, living in Holmes, Walton and igret* it all over the Cla.
Mayor Behrman said uoday he ,;!o hbe cotton report scandal was today the speed ordinance. The governor Santa Rosn counties, are most highly The csed would avw ae
supreme". confident me )prs I ten: b io,;ghT before United States Commis-! (Continued on Pate Five.) was not arrested. respected. The
" wou.d find hlunistf a s~.'.a in N., w O sioni'r Charles M. Davisoa and -ur-t years old on the 19th of this month. TIll sies pr
ean. October 2, a in wn hme n d by his bondsman. Peckmani He was a native of Canada, coming to hawng yellow i ever
Ifn1. October 2 a in hs h waow re.,lir:-d to furnish further baiii the United Stat the age Mrs. e hltee, ut
If h des'ir during hi s ii f staY th ar in fault of same he was corn- e of ix overnent
president w.ll be perr:ut('t! to visit mitted to jail at Ballston. years. H. Hde, Centn
th<. emergency bospizal. wxiChl Doctor The fumeral will probably e held Government and Tar
White ard aociae. ,.earld as It r tomorrow. Ira R. Antone, 716
baps the place in the ,'t. mo.-I cr-THEE CRUSHED
taini, proot against any danger of i t CORR STON
Today report 4 -moq encouraging UIR R L uS OlL Tth Turer, 26 Si
In the, n:a'er of new cases for av Infant of I. J. J
Monda' si ,,c the fover Tar* d. For M1KIL Y STATUIE c l-
(vernal we,ci -rpors have( been large. L. & N. SWITCH ENGINE JUMPS -- Bulltn, from
due to tmi i.co(mpletn,.-s of the in stow takenn to hospt
yw etlon for Sunday. Toma' i rip, TRACK AND PLUNGES INTO I Deth of I
ma' be taken, therefor as an india- CABOOS. IT WILL BE LAID NOV. 16, BUT The only death re
t fl,:. of he pr.etr s (,, f .d'e'a au- A OS FORMAL DEMONSTRtATION as the Infant of M
S thc'ri:ie< a e making in t.arr<-wi1T' b Joe, 21 South AlcanL
,opT r:unit. for the, s r';,, ,f ih< d.- s WILL NOT OCCUR UNTIL only eleven days old
Bat B, ss,,nmr. Ala., Oct. 2.-Three white0 was reported as a ye.
The Sunday Report. mni were killed and a negro pain- LATER, two days before its b
New Or>,ant. ()e' .TI fi;; injured by a svitch engine *'Dr. H. H. Bouler
'f 'e ft \'r K.'ueurt h S,' :b ", n ''pg (h, track i, the yards of the last night as being i
E wh(,d ia .':: x.o ca.-. hr,~ ,ha louisville and Nashville railroad i Py Associated Pre. I fact little hope a
and tour >, w t, ,1. ci:y a" an (ar:y hour yesterday ,4 I Canton, Ohio, Oct. 2.-At a -S"eg his recovery. He
Mississippi Sumnary na-'rn:npg 4of the McKinley monument assocla.ion black vomit late in t
MissisippSunary. The Oead. here today it was decided to lay the although given every
Jackson. Miss. .- m: ,., Tom Porr ibb of Bele Mina, Ala; corner e of the now monument tinued to grow wor
thed Misa ssippi f 'o'un.'.:y i.",ho a" .'4 ineeeath street, Be- November 1C, Justice Day, president- tlon was given out
the day. Nahc:li .Z ca\' > er. stet ol.-(f the association, offlelating. There .as re~eivel with g
eate. 2. de fn', I"- k;ir',. r.' .To4eph Aaron ,Fifth avenue, Bes- will be no formal demonstration until everyone who heart?
ca.os 3, d : ,S 1 nt w ia.is in t.nhr., decathlon of the monument, whoa The report from S
eouns I. 1 ~n c ,w .. L M. Bla ss of Columbliana, Ala; Pv.I I' the president and otherr noted n'n ~re tie at a lao
du-h5 1. HMn.-p, r nao;n V::- e1 in East Bessemer. I expected to participate it theprogram. e eet tat all pat
v d path v a I .-:: xn. : Silas Gray. negro firemin, sustained aeely there, at tht
Tp'an t H -I:. n a severely strained anki, by jumping aXTRADITiONA che oa
from che engine. Hris ome is at At the colored h Epits
Kie i Friedly Scuffle. Tenth avenue and Nine;eenth street. R patient and h is tinm
,- d Scum.^ Engineer C. Rossr cscped inju- If^ W ARRANTS ISSUED : "
Memnph-. ,'n )' -h rv hby lumrnins from the t~b. - ,in _ery ._ neshr. wme


etru'k Frank th,, :. l ,ict 'lv All Prominent Young Men. his attending phyaMnA
'vem th La: .. .i_ rel, oa T.c 'h'ree white men who were By Associated Press. days-posslb tny n th
Ancon. o.'; a fv 'n: i.re, switchyoung men ofn ressemer Ottawa, Canada, Oct. 2.-A warrant next week. B. H. Th
Rand aron and Glass were r;leed inmtant- n o Bsmr for the extradition of John F. Gaynor proving very nicely, a
hand. lasn (laod was severed in stan and B. D. Greene has been ined y et out of danger.
-wain 1 (he wheels passing over hin. the minister of justice and forwarded The many friends c
B A S E BAAl thnre of the men were horribI | to the leutenantGovernor of theprov- be glad to learn Ia
BASE BALL cr4, idente of
ra.. D\ r rid K dece o Quebec. proved, although he k
Blob Aas carried to St. Vincen's case of yellow fever.
October 2 opTa; where he died from hs i n-. SECRETARY TAFT RETURNED ty he will be entirely
.ris within a short tae i TO WASHINGTON YESTER AY a day or two.
IA is cila'med that the engine was! Detention Cam
SAssociate Prerunng at a very high rate f speed By Assocated Pr The following
hen the accident occurredd. Just as Washington, Oct. 2.-Secretary of yesterday afternoon
American Leage. lt eng was crossing Eighth War Taft arriv in Washington, re- there was a scramble
Wasbhian, -ZC1,,ca,:,,, ",In i* .Jumped the tra'k gfmd swi-
Sladelphia .t uJ- O s ly to one side, running into a tning from the Philippines, at 3:21 board until a late hou
aiphia St slY to one sid runng Into a o'clock this afternoon, son who were eager
New York 2. IXTrori 7. .ris: game.) :rair, of empty cabooses, which was In discussing briefly hsa trp, the see-. 0not their names h
New York 1, Dert 7, teconJ standing on a side track parallel with retrs the e the
an. ) e !b, line upon which the engine was pplne have reached a "point where for Immedate entry
n S. Cleveland 3. runing.f he caboose e knocked they can particIpate 1a leation wth eamp. Many of then
on ue. Two of the cabooses wer knockedprofita tat l be ed believing that the
National League. from the track and over a heavy em- *good oecator to them. Tbere art," whave been Incuded, 1
Pit tSburg-a t 8, n rain iank ment. They were -mashed coa- he added, "a sAf ele ber of well taken from the names
CincnnazP-New Yoril rai. sideratly, and the locomotive wRR qualified natives to lOmpos e
Chwcau S Phii.dAi.h1a t. greaty damaged. MR. YOU-N-M E'VrA J7. THE AIRRIVAL OF FAIL WITHOUT CONSULTINjG THlU WJATHM MAN. bi anch of the leit~o bsiy (otzued I


ress '


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CASES


WO DAYS

oding the Fever
Sfor lmrov-
ntertained.


DETENTIONN


for Eighty Oc*


OFFI;CR TAKx
A AND I1sU
MO MUT BE PUR.
DESTINATION AND
L ALLOW XEVENl
AT OfETh 1 Q



he official B'
ow lever sitna-
night:
total cases to
al deaths to
red to date, % L
ider treatment,


o deaths for Sua-
Sand one death tor
cial record of the
making a total for
y thirteen cases.
D report is indeed
ana' It is hopid
I continue to show
ugh that is had-4
day at least.
tt"o uadw treat-
iteagh a few of
danserou edfi-.
Sunday.
reported Sunday as
were:
Iche, Intendencia
West Intendencla.
06 East Intenden-
700 West Ma. '
ro, East Intenden-
Monday.
bed yetedaay -
are:
tairs, 108% .
Mal Hotel, coraer
ragona.
West Main.
as 6 t Ot0WM
Ub Pal-x.
outh Tarram&
oe, 21 South A&
a steamer Ma r
tal.)
Infant.
r. arMa.L L J.
i. The cht wm
and t(he aBther
how fe'er patlet
irth.
was reported lat
ery serlomly il;
s eatertafaed for
was taken with
he afternoon, and
attention, h'e on-
e. This informa-
last night and it
general regret by
it.
t. Anthony's hos-
ast night was to
tents were doing
L1] of them stood
n early recovery.
I there is but one
proag very rap-
xpecteo' to be out


as discharged by
an yesterday and
streets in a few
re early part of
omas, is also Im-
ltbough he is It
rf Frank Pou wll
he is really 1in-
ad a very severe
In all probabill-
out of anger to
SEligibles.
etin was Issued
y Dr. Porter, and
Sfor the bulletin
r by anxious per-
to know whether
ad been included
ho were illegible
to the detention
m were dissatisl.
ir names should
but the list was
Just as the
fat FiveIl ,


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Many f9t cunt a muih better egurV out
Of water thani w- d<, in it, th'.ugh we are
accustomed to think of them alinhabltants
et the water oLly. For Inrstne.'.There Is the
"stare-aimout. a kind of gpob tilat at e-bb
tide wa!ks e.a.mly up 'n tL.< sand tanks erpet
On tw haugi. for* fir.M With Lis gigantic,
goggle eyeS i<.- kif-,' a Rshlrp lookout for
rralis and si h thin.g-o as are left tbhind by
the reee'dinig w-:itr ThAen mt< all know that
"els can wrigg *-. nLalktik<. zmies 'cross the
sfedows to t other poindi and rivera.


HERE IS INWBD A ROOF TREE.


In Holland carp are kept all winter hung
rp In a net and sprinkled only occasionally
with water The Indian "shakeltied" 1i
qnite happy even when his native Obnd dries
up. and li.s torpid t!ll the next rainy sea-
son The flying gurrnard will keep ahead of
an o-ean liner going at full speed, and fly
for mary minutes In quick succtslve flitgbt
of 303 yards or so at .a time. So, granted
that the average flih prefers water, some of
them at any rate cat do rTry well out of It.


While steamer Benalder was crouing the
Mediterranean some months ago, on her way
to China, the cnptain threw overboard a
package containing twelve old :ettirs. and
now the news comes that t'.e paek:ge hai
been found again and in a uos: extra:ord:-
nary place.
Some Spanish fishermen recently hauled
in their nets and one of th,.m ,lscovered
that he had caught a sp:'ndl fih tb. which
was remarkably fat. Surprlied at iti nri-
usual size, he summoned hLs companionit


and straightway they opened the 2ltg m'
found In !t *he pi kage of 'ettter- Wbt
to do with th-in t Iev knew not. but finally
they forward.l th-, ts the Mayor of A*
gulas. lie i.,rel v.-r them In the hope 01
ditsco)verr.s sor w to their rightful
owner, but tLe -it 1~i was illegible ol
a", of thrtn ar(''pt osne. :i, as that was ad
dressed to t'apt.A.n Pottrr. of the BeWalder,
of I.,iLondn, he piardl the pr. kage In the
hands of the British 'onsn: and the latter
promptly sent it to the Captain.


In the essempanytrg picture as aIs owu a
portion of a gicantir mammoth which was
recently discovered In SIberia. When the
sews spread that a mcmstrous though im-
perfect ske totn hod been unearthed by
some laloreri- who were working under the
superlvision of Rusilas aclentiste steps were
tt once taken in St- Peters ourr to have the
notable relic carefully preserved and at the


New Decoy Dock
For the purpose of luring wild duck with-
to the range of a gun artificial decoys have
leo been in use, but evidently there are
sportsmen wbho are not entirely satisfied
wth them. as otherwise the decor, which ls
shown I tohe accomipu.ying picture and
whirl Is quite new, would out have beea In-
vented. A slmtple and Ingenious device It


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'- (0.n ." -o, bar. whi ht I mainly comnpo'wd
S i trtl ;i'- rd- wtlah a longltudlnsl FloT at
A1o side rq-.t.s dec' T equipped with movable
alirs aInd with i.'-haaigli whleh enables
k to' more u a..r'- and in other respect
hlrertly initate a r ::; liirJ Even the most
asry duck. It 'j eclaild,. cannot long with-
'*arei the l l-tri.ot'. of tthis new decoy,
At li w here spirt of thbI I,'nd is to be found.


It: McTl -<.Cert-' America, the Philip
p1its ain d i sl' r- n:r,'-s ,- nrdcr thed,.iil-
nal.,ar of S;>it enl'k 'tn isf ar. atIm"t
ninar ersal -il..'"t Wtii, ititt. necreiry t'o
tl \. n c: ": ;.rl1d t, the seine of a figt it
is pl.iIed 1,, d ,,,st it a tapering las-


same time an Itaftlgable esareb ftr the
missing portions was started. Tbee labors
have so far produced good re lits. A few
minor parts which have probably delayed,
are s(II missing, b. t the bhuge skeleton is
practically complete, and consequently the
experts have found little dluttly In reLe-
atructing it and giving It the appearance
which the mammoth bore In life.


Dust Pardfdes.
Tte average number of dust particlea
which each person breathes Into his lump
In a day Is r lo>t three thousand, millions.
There is no eoulet about It, for aen Igenlous
doctor has tWunted them. He cewnted the
particles floating Intide the house and out-
ide., during rain and tee weather, and the
result was startling.
When It i rulining there are about half
a million dust atoms in each cuble Inch of
the sir to the streets. When the weather
is dry there are more than a million. In
the cleanest rocurn there are S0,000,000 down
low In each euhce Inch. and up near the cell-
lag there are 8.000A).. During the spring
cleaning the measuring machine broke down
from overwort.
Of are*, thts dust to Infatlo to the
Innes. expecalaly when the lungs are dry.
When they are warm and moist there is
Uttle difficulty to getting rtd of them. Bat
the really dangerous things are the disease
terms, which lost in the purest str and
are so runrerous In towns that the ihabl-
Siunts breathe no less than 38,000 ol them
-ere-y twenty-four f-ours.
Towrs are immeasurlIdy dustier than
country pnles, dust being nearly always
a product of man. In London there are
from 1I'0.000 to 2.400.000 particles In a cubic
inch of ir. New York probably has the
came. There are nearly twice that num-
!er In Paris. But at Dumfries, in Scot-
land. there are only from (,000 to 210.000,
while on Ben Nevls the number rarely ex-
ceeds 7.000. A good number of these come
from the cities. the wind blowing them a
great distatice when It is strong tad let-
ing them drop when it is calm. A elgar-
ette smoker se ds up 4.0000,000 particles
Into the air at each pnff.


Forty Millions in a Bag.


Skt. fror tl:e wide end of which Its tail
felt'srs proj,'et. Six or a dozen or more
Cf tMhce bscketst are fastened to a frame-
wrark of ntoo. "' the whole affair Is easily
carrtie on the back of a peon.


Vt>


~


i This statue, as the photograph clearly In-
dti-ates, is one at the greatest carvings to
the world. It is one of thqe et noted fig-
ares of Buddha &ad Is knaw as the Stone
Buddha. The top of the head is nearly
seventy feet shova the stmne foundation.


A big elm tree growing through the roof tate, whlah was occupied manuy years by
of a bar and aretading it branches half the family of William Parsons, father of
a hundred feet above that ottectare Is a Charles Paersons, president of the Rome,
curiosity that nearly evegy visitor to Ken- Watertown a*n Ogdensburg Railroad. Years
nebunk. Me., makes It a point tosee. ago Mr. Parsons enlarged the barn, and not
The barn Is located on the old Storer es- wlasing to disturb the tree built around It.


AutomobilE Dog.

I/ artistocratle Boston terrier in correct
automobile regalia was seen recently In
Beacon street sitting beside his mistress
with the most dignified a. tince many
thousands of dollars are anmally spent upon
dog clothes, It is safe to say that the "motor


do."* arrayed in La-s automobile coat and
goggles, will soon be aa everyday sight In
other cities.


Aerial RIke.

An English Inventdr some time ago be-
lieved he had solved the problem of aerial
navigation by combining the wings of a fly-
ing machine with a regular bicycle mechan-
Ism. He proved conclusively, on paper, that
with this construction It would be a simple
matter for a person to fly as readily as he
could wheel along a country road.


Photos of Air Currents.
A distinguished French dcentist, Dr.
Marey, of the French Institute, has made


a pelnstakiot Investgation of currentA of
air by means of cinematograph photography.
By an ingenious device he Is able to show
the direction and character of air currents
and to obtain photographic records of them.
The accompanying Illustration shows air
currents flowing past an obstacle and being
broken up by It.' A projection, however,
sliht, causes the currents to be greatly dis-
turbed.


Sheets of lead were laid around the great.
branches to prevent the roof from leaking.
Lattice work, 'exteqding f.-om the ground
nearly to the eaves on the 'outhernly side
admits air and sunshine to thb trahk of this
hardy elm.


Acrobatic Terrier.
Dogs as a rule are not distinguished as
aceobats. It is not unusual, however, for
dogs to work their way by mere merit to
lucrative positions In the circuses and thea-


terms. The English terrier Tiny, here shown,
is a natural acrobat. She loves nothing bet-
ter than to ride on the broad back of a
canine friend.
The deepest well In the world is situated
In the village of Spetenberg about twenty
miles from Berlin. It has a depth of 4,194
feet.
The largest pair of shoes ever manufac-
tured for actual wear In America were made
by a firm of shoemakers at Rockland, Mass.
The size is labelled "17," and they are near-
ly sixteen Inches long.


GREATEST OF STONE CARVINGS.


Probably the shabbiest as well as the
most Interesting bag in New York city tos
that which has been used for the last twenty
years to carry the money from the postolffce
to th.r 'nIted States Bank. In Its best days
it wntr a v-y ordinary affair of canvas'and
leather, uint now, in Its old age It seemed
lanriml' v arth a glance to one not familiar
S itS its story. It is calculated that each
Sv. air t'. i,:.z has held no lepi than $2,000.000,
i;, i th::t during the twenty years of its ex-
i. ieL It Ha!" h)elil within Its dingy cover
S1:i:>: of $4,,.,,00A0. Small as It la. It has
oft, ta:ixl tlMe strength of two men to lift
It us its preI nus burden.


Several ekhoirmatees have endeavord.
with more or less ueesS, to Introduce
whistling into the church service, but the
Rev. P. W. Bildeltsek. pastor of the Fourth
Methodist Episcopal Church, of Millville, N.
J., Is the firat divine to organize a full choir
of thirty whistlers who conduct the entire
song service. The Rev. Mr. Bllderback. com-
ing unexpectedly upon a group of boys who
had arrived early for a choir practice, found
them whistling "Nearer, My God, to Thee"


Napoleon on the Stages

According to Herr Gaehtgens, who has
just published a book on the subject, no less
than forty-six plays In which Napoleon 1.
Is the leading character ave already been
written In Germany. Kotaebue wrote four
of them, and Herr Gaehtgens does not fall
to point out that they are exceedingly dull
and tiresome. In seven melodramas Na-
poleon's life with Josephine Is depleted, and
In five others the love affairs of the famous
conqueror are the main subject of Interest.
Finally there are other melodramas In which
the action is confined to St. Helena. Among
the modern authors who have written such
works are Kl Blelbtrea, Herman Bahr
and Richard Vto.
There are also seven real historical dramas,
In which the poets have tried to portray the
figure of Napoleon in all Its grander. The
best of these, says Herr Gaehtgens, is the
play by Grabbe, which was produced at
Frankfort In 1881. The author In this case
succeeded in drawing a faithful portrait of
his hero, except in one respect; Napoleon,
as is well known, was not a man of many
words, yet Grabbe's hero is constantly talk-
ing. The author also, as is manifest, blun-
dered seriously in trying to represent charges
of cavalry on the stage.
The most absurd of all the German plays
In which Napoleon figures are, according to
Herr Gaehtgenas the nine melodramas In
which Queen LoulIe of Prussia occupies a
leading place, and the reason why they are
ridiculous and worthless Is because in them
Napoleon 18 repreeenta as an Ignorant par-
venu and Queen Lolse as tie embodiment of
nobility and dignity.


Strange Prediction.

In 1849, according to the German news-
paper, Frederick William, who was then
King of Prussia, consulted a fortuneteller,
and here Is the extraordinary prediction
which she made to him:--
'We are now in the year 1849," she Baid,
"and Ift beginning at the right, you place
under each other It a vertical co:tnmn the
numerals which make up this number,. S19,
you will find the year In which your kit:ig-
dom will become a great empire. Th'tt
year will be 1871. Now perform the s;imn
operation with 1871 and you will arrive
at 1888, which Is the date of the flrt Enm-
peror's death. Finally treat IM8 In the
same manner and you will obtain 1913. this
being the year in which the empire wil: be
overthrown and a republic procialmed."
Here Is the way in which she obtained the
three notable years-
I84m 1871 1& 8
1 1 1
8 8 8
4 7 8
9 1 8
1871 3 I 1913
Her prletiton as regards two of the
Jears nave come true and suiprs.tlt.ou*
persona are now wondering if 19.13 w!.!
really prove quite as fatal a year for the I
German Empire as she has prophestiel.


A.E.Wheeler, of Geteva,N.Y.,has recently
Invented a. muasc squirting hose. whihb in
capable of distributing music to any coniiil-
erable distance. Already twenty faniliisc
are being entertained by his nightly 'oneerts
a hundred miles away, and all at the same
time, every note reaching the ear distinctly.
There Is about sixty feet of ordinary rub-


but. at win be noted, the proportions am
excellent considering the colossal dimensions
of the figure.
It forms one of a group carved of sand=
stone which exists in great bluffs near the
Yan-ho Riw.- in ?rt*h China. and. amne'tor-


la perfectharmony.
"Fine, boys," he euclalmed heertilyI
"that's something Ilke muscle What do yol
say to our organlalnga fll whistling hoir?"
All agreed entbusilaatcally and as the new-
comers arrived they were told of the plan.
The chorister entered heartily Into th
scheme and work was at once eommeweed
upon a whistling service which was deil
tined to astonish and charm the MlllvUIe
congregation.


Oldest of Dolls.

Her' In the picture of one of the o144
dolls In existence. It was exhumed In Kgyit,
having been buried with the child to whb@
It belonged, as was the custom three and
four thousand years ago. I>olls like tie were
eleven hundred years old when the Babe
of Bethlehem was born. They were Sat
wooden dolls, severed with rade larvingst
There were -ver any hands. only arms 14


the ellfw. There were no features to speak
of, only h Ile npart. staring eyes, that loOtK
like lii, ii a lanket.
Tisi. aticitlit dilsi are pathetic In a way,
St-hen ,e rminritmbrs that they were ,dearly
beiovrd attil as tenderly cherIshed by the
chl:;Irerin of t'. Pliharaohs as are the be'
jei *ll.-d :ii .I tl;i:.tli.g dolls of today, an4
tlien tr' ,':1.k l,..w ong they have outlasted
the little 'r!-,s '-, wH'.-n they weraP s dearth
riring the ;ast ce t ry war caused tlo
death of more than thirty umlllon divitied
UJ"In.


her thiz. ',o t-'dI reing attached to the
dlp:'-.:: f n ; i) ,,t raph niachiee and
the on. .'.' r **'lr t., 't' tra' ,. itrer of the tele-
phlone tr 1 i.-'l r Las ure.-eded il n ttlg
tihe S.o.,i i I ii .- t : rar.n'i.i tter of tie teio
plh, -fe in ,'h a . on th... th'.r Ienld f te swire is eutlrte
i eli ii :at'ld.


Ing to cwlentists, Is nearly ffteen hundred
years old. It is supposed to have been carved
during the reign of the famous Emperor
Wen Cheng-tl. It is among the wonders of
Asia, but owing to the isolated locality where
It il situated L wVisited hbw but few *..-,..


FISH THAT GO OUT OF WATEL


MASTODON UNEARTHED IN SIBERIA.


SUBMARINE MAIL CARRIERS


NEW JERSEY'S WHISTLING CHOIR.


CARRYING GAME COCKS


"SQUIRTING" MUSIC.


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M.Md6-


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TWE PENSACOLA JOURtNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1190

DETENTION CAMP


IS READY TO-DAYJflDiil DO
1. -s eas ad the main sjuAptom 0 o:
THE 1 CLEANING UP
adTt s J tkoDr. t|{1L lU! to M" hema. h I
SAndaso This of HAMLINS UN "
SHAM DAJILE Ann

i ABOUT 250 PERSONS HAVE AL, AM I W Contributios Come in Slowly and
GET, AY ArSE- ,,C O IZARDA OIL Much More Money is Needed
is a m VgR 6AD ONLY A PART WHO DESRE TO|
on e ca be't r ae m o rnT~i O NLYAA PA 4,8 T W H O N W R E -t O ld C onfeds of f irginia W ill u ve'" h e r ., w i r s M uChfo 0 0w rk 0 n Y8in iSc arN eed ed

d do "a man's work" or DATED AT THIS TIMEL Ai t e n StIl gveTegfor t ied on
a man's play, and here of 1861-65. a as. ____
are bracesta25c to SOc According to a telegram received. Applied externally, it relie Citizens of Pensacola are still re-
r yesterdayy from Surpeon Chas. E. We p i t o". Taken inter.. spending slowly to the call for a relief
Embrace the opportuniy. Banks, who is in charge of the deen- fund Tne money is badly needed.
&nbrmac tc dt FAMOUS "BATTLE OF THE CRA* g& g -penanmty b fun d Thmoeyisbalyun
tion camp, he will be ready for eighty O B TR l, it cures per tly by and Is being used most judiciously. Of
I wt Do ebrtd _ay people Tuesday noon. TOR' WILL BE REENACTED BY purIfylag the blood of the lactic course, more money is needed, and all
to, g ot witr .A urenthary ltor tt. peple 80 NG .IR WH. Lw.i & .i ...__. those who are able to afford it are
l to go to Dr. Adersn this morning atl 800 YOUNG INFANTRY WHILE WIh CM t Me. urged to senj In contributions. The
o god ra fo clock and have their temperatu "REsEL YELL" WILL URGE ABlOmy mithl of ayYVlUe, Ill., donations to the funa' to date are as
&a itted to the detention camp. -. .: S &ad sc.h ev e rheuuat, follows:
nun who is A itviug to As stated in the Mayor's card in THEM TO THE FRONT. pais in my ar n d shoulder The Donations.
Sin ... lis position. Sunday*s Journal, those w o ter the that I -muild either work nr .. First National Bank .........500.00
-d .. etention camp will not be pitted W. S. Keyser Co.............. 200.00
S Come look through our to leave for seven days. They wUIl be Petersburg, Va., Oct. 2.-The follow- and was fast losing all hope of American National Bank...... 200.00
under military guard of the strictest ing circular has been lasued by the M Whb I heard of and tried Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.0'
character. The food arnished at the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans sFr. J. Schreyer............... 50.90
crmp will be simple, plain food. They Kaismlins VWwd (A two bottles Thos. C' Watson.............. 100.001
I have twenty-five tests, each cailble of of Virginia: Escambia Realty Co.......... 50 00
accommodating four cots. The oos Annual Encampment Lee Daniel .................. 25.00
; will have a mattress, a blRket ana Headquarters, A. P. Hill Camp, C.V., t Cure." ce, 50C and $1. W. A. Blount...... .......... 100.00'
S pillow. It will be advisable tor the a aa Pggunde b Hannah Bros.. .............. 10.0o
C. C. Goodmn Gee. Amaperge people going to the camp to take some Pittsurg Va., Sp...28th 0. WH ITE'S PH ARM ACY, People's Bank........ ......... 100.00
... be-d clothes with tema In e the The Grand Camp of Confederate _Pensacola, F Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00:
*....... ..*...ee..... -4J v.eather should turn cool. Veterans of Virginia will hold its next . .pe co"' -"a Leslie E. Brooks............... 10.00
Those who go to the detention camp annual meeting in the city of Peters- Phone 180, Night hone 44 J. M. Coe........ .... ... 10.00
COTTREL S *-1will har- to purchase a ticket beyond Pensacola Investment Co..... 100001
T RE I FMi the border of the state, and will not burg on the 25th, 26th and 27th of M. F. Gonzalez............... 2500'
Ce I I V S I f allowed ot return to Penseola dur- October, 1905. For the entertainment Goldstucker Bros.' Southern States Lumber Co.... 100 001
Sing the time tlt the am 1tine re- of the Grand mp and visiting veter- ACKConsolidated Naval Stores Co.. 10000
SR mains in force. an. A. P. Hill Camp f Confederate NEW HACK EXCHANGE German-American Lumber Co.. 5000
a_ Mayor Bliss accompanied Dr. Porter eterned I Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00
o -- special train wtt Superintedent Vetera ofat this city have determined and gentle horses. Phone 814. J. R. Saunders................ 50.00
a. wHIT~En9 and Mrs. Saltmarkt to look over the to have on Thursday, the 26th of Qc All first-class rubber-tired vehicles Pensacola, St. Andrews &
crmp yete ary. tober, a sham-battle by the Virginia Gulf Steamship Co.......... 25 00
Wattma ke. M w-O ka q lJ l hThe wwpather was very bad, rain talr- State troops on the fiel4 of the Bat. D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
and Grsdess T rtmm, ing the larger portion of the thne, and tie of the Crater, for which purpose E-INSPECTION J. Geb. White................. 5.00 (
the workmen thee could do rery lit- an invitation has been extended to S. P. Shotter Co............. 250.00
tl work or the camp wonld have been the several regiments and other or- Jos. Coleman................ 2.00
-___ready to receive occupants today. ganiaton of these troops. STEAM B ILERS A F Warren ...... 25.00
I Surgeon Banks received visitors The undersigned, a special commit- M. L. RochF.................. 5.00!
T E StiLY TOLD. very courteously, but seemed to be an- tee of A. P. Hill Camp, are arranging Jmo. B. Jones................. 5.001
nyed at the delay caused by the in-. with the officer who wi' be in con T. H. Lannon & Co........... 15 00
clement weather. He seems to be a: mand of the troops to have the sham- DEPARTMENT AT WASHINGTON Winm. Johnson & Son.......... 2500
1 M Crora met with a painful ac-' vt'*y practicable man who belevs in battle conform as nearly as practe- SAYS WORK ON THE GULF Clutter MusicHouse .......... 1000
C, 'OH Sa:u-,7a-, whik working at tb4h aoing things at once in military style, Ible to that part of the famous battle SAY WRK ON THE GUL Meyer Shoe Store............ 5.00
(,;.io s.o.a Onv of the big sashe ardt the weeks delay in establishing of the 30th of July, 1864, in which the COAST MUST ALL BE DONE Standard Clothing Co........ 10.00
1. in is : hum. inflicting sa very th. camp has been no fault of his as it confederate earthworks north of the Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00 (
is I; mb.nigavery s be*en only four days since he re-'Crater were re-captured by Mahone's OVER AGAIN. Maxwell & Reeves........... 20.00
,.(i wo.i w-vdived definite orders to estabHsh the brigade with some of other com- S. Pasco, Jr.................. 5.00 t
.]u'. Lan ,' ':-ia a: .rnir., out of whichtwo h, had the lumber on the ground Inside The charge of eight hundred r regarding the H Boyer.................. 25.00
v ( cownl;ti.d. thret noll passed, and hf 24 hours ana the work of construe more young Infantry, at a double- Kress & Co.................. 10.00 l
,; (1.',( '~d. i Th, totall amount ion u begun. quick, with the "rebel ye'l," and arms rainspection of steam boilers is sel- D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.00
oi rco-iiur .. hetved was exactly S100l There is no objection to those who at a trail, from the very place at explanatory: A. M. Avery.................. 25.00
The city cn.pl ec will all wear go to the camp taking their trunks, whih and over the very ground over Marine r inspection. Gordo & Brown .............. 15.00
nl.e :,,a.:'.. T:iis beini the da- for the waering apparel, bed clothing, and! which Mahone's men made their Thos. Pebley................ 5.00
l C (rk Me 't wa tables if they choose so those going charge on the morning of the battle. W h on, 6, 190 Forbes Furniture Co.......... 400 t
..yw itthti pa) r<,II t.s- a n. to the camp may govern themselves the charging military not firing a gun Captain John A. Cotter, N. 0. Forchelmer............. 10.00 I
p.; cs to ha'e them ready this after- accordingly. until reaching the crest of the bhiil, nSupervlng Inspector, Tenth H. G. DeSilva & Co............25.o0 t
., Ica About 250 persons have registered but being fired at by the enemy sta- .District, New rles a. W. A. D'Alemberte............ 10.00 c
with Dr. Porter during the past two toned there and along the rim of the D Itriot, Jas. McHugh ................ 25.00
Thl Jouarria as want ajs. are doing v weeks, thereby signifying their nten- Crater as they double quick up the Srt-Tbhe is ewith Sol Cahn & Co............... 25.00 r
( c:d wor, lfor many pc'opl, now as- al- tion of going to "that" detention camp. two hundred yards of hill-slope, will for your information, doby a letter B. Gerson.... ........ ....... 1500 i
v.a.s. It you %ant to sell your hobrs, e There will no doubt be a grand stand present a stirring and striking spee- from the Honorable, The Secrptary of J. Kryger ................... 17.00 a
3 or lot, or house, let the little adb rush for Dr. Porter this morning. tackle, alone well worth seeing, but Commerce and labor, to this office un- Green & Watson ............ 10.00 i
j.av auecion?(r for y(,u. After the first crowd of refugees one not less notable will be the sight der date of 25th instant, relative o a. J. C. VanPelt................. 5.90 v
The JoIu al is glad to announce that have served the necessary seven days of the line of surviving participants re-inspection of the steamers under the The Pensacola Journal........ 25.00 c
Ir R, b-r: E Wiiam has n a an have departed from the camp, an- who, a short time before the military jurisdiction of this Service. C. B. Parkhih ............ ...10 00
< r 1a:e. hnim(,li with the pap r and l-ther list will be made out and an- make their charge, will be formed in In order that the desire of the Sec- Naval Stores Export Co.. .. .. 250.0>,
Is a' world in northern ~carnba coun- o her crow-d will be accommodated. line of battle as on the morning of the rotary may be fully realized and the. W. B. Wright Co............ 50.00 a
t' r. vWlliis has been over th It, the meantime people are still regis. 30th of July, 18(14, will have a short purpose of his Instructions thoroughly I N. Apostle...... ............ 25.00 i
tlrritor f.r The Journal before and tryingg at Dr. Porter's offiee with a view address from Col. Wm. H. Stewart, accomplished, you are directed to he- McDavid-Hyer Co.. .......... 25.00
I.- done g, )I work. His many friends ,f leaving just as soon as their turn their commander, and then kneel in gin at once, through your subordinate R. G. Bushnell................ 20.00
v .j b glad ton st. him and h? will arrives. prayer. officers, a re-inspection of the st-'am- A. A. Fisher................. 50.00
I I to take- to heir subspians fr The committee cordially Invite all era that are in service in your dis- H. Baars & Co................ 100.00
S'l to take tr subs.'rp'i~s for surviving er-Confederate soldiers who trict, with a view of ascertaining their Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
I (nl;, morning daily in Western Insomnia and Indestion Cured. participated in the battle whether un present condition, and whether or not F. C. Brent.................. 25.00
m' 1" I'ila'-.', Trut Democrat: Last' of indigestion. I could not sleep at present on Thursday, t. e 26th of Oc,] served, an.a' the requirements o(f the A. DiLustro .................. 10.0)0 i
.: 1 T"r-.I';mi < .r" ,c-ur. of Pi ip M. B1:11, p:.tns for three hours after each meal. on the batlrflield of tho Crater, anI)with. Dr. Levy ...................... 1.00 b
a;, livve .ni:l. The yonux:i I was troubled this way for three being unable to reach tiese comrades This re-inspection should more prop- E. J. Dunham ................ 5.00
J ,.. :, t,,l.., vt'r ry 1iuh like his father r.mnths when I used Chamberlain's widely scattered as they are, the coni- erly be directed toward those steamers Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.00
Sniewn an infant, and will no d.:ubt Stomach and liver Tablets, and re- nmittee respectfully ask the newspa- which have not been Inspl'ted with. O. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00 A
1 ,ow in 'i- fortste;t .:i, manhood. ived immediate relief," says John pers of Virgin1a, North and South in the past two months, ant steamers Bar Pilots................... 100.x0
I i4 M. Hi.. the fath.-. is now em Idxon. Tullamore. Ontario, Canada. Carolina. Alabama, Mississippi and whose annual inspection doea not fall W. B. Lamar................. 100. ,N
1 ,d w't'h hi. ia:her. in. the editorial F.or sale by ail druggists, other State.s, particularly Southern I ldue within the next two or three months Scarritt Moreno .............. 5 00 C
d, ,*rt;ment of the TinsI'nion. States, to aid them in giving circula- and should apply particularly to the W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.00 V
Ti.lahasr. Capital Hon Willi:-mn MAN SHOOTS HIS WIFE tion in their columns to this an. life-saving equipment and fire appara- Marine Grocery Co............ 500 V
I Shep'pi. Mrs. Shea.prd and er^i- WHILE OUT HUNTING nouncement. tus, towit: life boats, life rafts, life H. Muller.................... 5.00 F
i. n arr:' e.strday Mr and Mrs. GIDO. S. BERINARD, Chalrman, preservers, fire pumps, hose, etc. It F. O. Howe & Co............ 25.00) C
S 1,F:, rre ,n ? o the S, e a for .. wis. wif" of the chief engineer of ROBERT G. THOMPSON, will witness fire and boat drills, where J. A. Chaffin .................. 25.00 .T
:iiimer wi. ferer wa. olr'd, ax :ie Beaumont Irrigation company, RICHARD B. DAVIS. practicable, in order that the improve- If. H. Thornton............... 10.00 A
meav, rrrn- f.ni: :rw p and will '"hle out hunting with her husband J. EDWARD WHITEHORNE, ment or falling off in this important J. B. Roberts.................. 10.0)0 r
rctsual in Ta art ne i raisedd Th.'. .a-e pleasan'ly the heart by the premature discharge In cases where conditions of service, T. A. Jennlngs................ 100.10 L
loca',, at Mr-s. Bnd a1' pular Jessa- o a Winchester rifle in the hauds of age, or former condition of the boll- Geo. W. Wright.............. 5000 .1
umint Inn Lewis. FOUND RIGHT PATH erg of any steamer make it desirabl-e Cash ....................... 5.00 '
SLewis ha. stepped out of the buggy After a Palse tart. or important that they be re-inspected. Quina & Guttman ............ 10.o00 S


F C. Brent had a narrow escape it, which the.' were riding, preparatory: -In 1890 I began to drink coffee. you will direct the inspectors to insist Frank Reilly ................ 25.00 M
fonm a Forious. a(c. it yesterdayy on taking a shot at some game, Mrs. 1 that the boilers shall be emptier and S. A. Friedman................ 1000 M
North Barcelona sir,,-t while? dri-ing Iewis sta'.ding up in tUe vehicle at "At that time I was healthy and en- prepared for the re-inspection, and D. Dannheisser .............. 500 D
H4? was on his wa :,o :-he city when he same time, when, according to the Joyed life. At first I noticed no bad 5hen it is found necessary to examine H. O. Anson................ 1000 J.
one of the fron' whe( -.-lipped off th, s;:at-meni o)' lewis, the gun was scci- effects form the Indulgence but in the hull to determine the condition of C


YOU DON'T NEED THEM!


MOSQUITOES AND


YELLOW FEVER!


MAKE A DETERMINED ATTACK ON THEM!


LET US SEND YOU MORE AMMUNITION. SUCH AS


SULPHUR,


SULPHUR CANDLES,


SULPHUR POWDER, FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS.


W A n'AIFMRFRTiF


TWO "~m "OM


DRU661ST AND APOT


Phone 109.


HECARY,

121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.


MAYOR BLISS'S CORRECTION TI
RECEIVED IN MOBILE THIS NEGRO BROKL


The Mobile Register of Sunday
says: When Mayor Bliss of Ponsa-


THE QUARANTINE


cola, gave out the statement to the
press of that city alleging that the WAS ARRESTED BY DR. MAURA
death rate of Mobile was high and'
giving a number supposed to repr AT CRESTVIEW AND BROUGHT
sent the deaths here for one week ', BACK TO PENSACOLA.
'he publications were brought to t, BACK TO PENSACOLA.
attention of the authorities here. Dr.
Rhett GCooda, city health officer, wir-'
ed the mayor the mortuary statistics Dr. Frank R. Maura can,' in last
for a month, which were the follow- night in thti 11 o'clock train. hair.g .it
ing morning published in the Register custody a negro by the name of C'haio.
showing that the figures of Mayor Cox, whom he arrested at C're.'rvi.,w
Bliss were out of joint with the ree- yai,.trday afternoon on a charge ')f
ord. President Hamb:irger, of the. violating the quarantine rgulatlon..
Commercial Club, supplemented thii Cox had been .nluglhzI',l tout of l'.';:-
telegram of Dr. Goode with another sacola in a coal ear po-si!v'. y t)y o.:
wire asking the mayor where he got colored brake man friend, and li lia
his figures. Last night the following gone as far as Cret'tiew when hle vas
better was received in reply: caught.
Pensacola, Fla., S -)t. 29, 1905. Cox was placed in the city jail i.,.t
Mr. Max Hamburger, President Com- night, but will be turned over to :. -
mercial Club, Mobile, Ala. county today.
Dear Sir-Your telegram of Sep- The people at Crestvlew ar indli4-
ember 20th was duly received, and nant over the affair, and it was a g,.wdA
regret very much to say to you that thing for Cox that he was brought tiba,,c
he figures on my desk somehow be- to Pensaemtia without delay,. a3
'ame mixed, he m!ght have bwen roughly dial!t wiita
I assure you sincerely that I have l'y the residents, who fi,lt that th, y
no object in making the death ratc were justitied under the circumitanccs
n Mobile any larger than it really ;s, la doing almost anything to hir
and I have had the mistake correct 1
n the Journal of this city with much T
more prominence than was given the NOTICE
original article, publishIng your tele-
gram with my letter of correction.
Regretting that the error was made For the bijen.flt of our Warrin.;t',n an I
and again assuring you that it was uu- Navy Yard patron.*, Mr. .I iir h.ara,'i
intentional, I remain, will solicit and d-ltiever an or,: ri
Your respectfully, given him enduring tire qlirar:ia';i., fn,;
CHAS. H. BLISS. THll JOHN WHI!TI- STO'ItI:.
Mayor.
Low rates at Southern Hotel f r
Sick headache is caused 'by a disor- room and board.
ered condition of the stomach ani The Colored Brother and "Sub-Fo:,.
s quickly cured by Chamblr~lin'sh New Orle-riso radt.w Sbil
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale a i. ha. .-
y all druggists. m r tells a ro,,, :tory 'ion h,, ,. -,.
y all druggists low fever situation a.~ -. iderrs.t. .1
b:.' the negroes." says t!i. Shr.ev.j, E'
tarston & Quina ............. 25.00 Journal. A few day- i.. napi --
W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00 ed to overhear a conve-r-a iri ',
. Goldring .................. 1500 twor country darkies whi :ipp i .rn .' t
ash .. .. .. ................ 5.0) be deeply interested in tir. rmn'i
W. H. W hite & Co ............ 0 "1 t'liln yo. hit d. .. .., rh. ,:
Warren Fish Co.............. 100 )) year yall+r le.ver bIb sin,- an do, n"i>.-
Pensacola Stables ............ 10.00 ectr-. 'ail the el.- ,t r hle .
. Thiesen .................. 100.00 0 iiske,.-.r m 1 ig. :, ', t : i;f. .
southernn Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00 (f one tr d'rn fc', i..t!' : '.c'
. S. McGaughey -...... ... 5.0 gwyne fer trr be sick., ,f ,.,
Lrmour Packing Co.. ..... 2500 licn ar sih-tori bits ,, ,hi g I
)ubuisson Bros .... ...... 20.00 lbve!' yvo hb un' t,-r die -i -:' .
tar Laundry .. ....... 150 me talking .
b. S. Brown & Co ........ .01)0
udgetH. Bellinge ......... 15.00
arks & Gayle .............. 0 BEL BLE ITIO
wift & Co., .................. L25 00
rrs. Fannie Henderson ...... 2 50
[cK'enzie Oarting & Co., ..... 10 00 From Our Local Druggist, W. H. White
'unwody-Aiken Co ............ ". 00
S. Roberts ................ 3.0 & Company.
citizens National Banb ...... 100 00


axle .xarly throwing him from the ;(ntally discharged, the ball striking course of time found that various trou- the steamer, it should be done. L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 1
buggy. Mr. Bren: Jlmp. iout quick, e ',woman, who fell dead. Positive Proo W a ............
as a flalshi. t.ht:eby pr wvrng injui-vl Mr.. I. wi was formerly Mrs.. bles were coming pon m. ReOSitIVProot R.M. Cary..................
to himself Very foru!nale; the hor- i. Monre. daughter of Stephen Pc- "Palpitation of the heart took unto (Signed) GEO. UHLER., J. Ed. O'Brien ...............
attached to the v-hic: was a gent'' rington of this city. Both are promi- Itself sick and nervous headaches, kid- Supervising Inspectorigeneral Should ConviJce the Greatest Skeptic Pensacola Gas Co ............
one. o he might have h, -.,imP frighbten px in this section. rey troubles followed and eventually The foregoing ltter is of great im- Should Electric Terminal Railway CCo...
d The litltk accin n- as cause. prtance to the shipping people. The In Pensacola. EGoulding Fertilizer Co ........
finm the ios.-,f a nu,. which was read- my stomach became so deranged that Journal learns that the re-inspection Because its the evidence of a GPen- John C. Avery.. ..............
i' found aud again rpu in ituv propm r row he ought to just take a look even a light meal caused me serious of vessels in and around Mobile, Ala- sacola citizen. P. Martin?z................
1P.a8ce a' the office for a few minutes i >st distress. ,. -w: bama, will be commenced at once, and Testimony easily investigated. J. W. Maloy .......... ..
any night. Every member of tie **Our physician's prescriptions fail- of vessels located' within the quaran- The strongest endorsement of mer- Welles-Itahn Co ...........
If anyone ina lines The Jourr., f. e-oorial, mechanical, circula- ed to help me and then I dosed myself t'ne limits, as aoon as practicable IL Rhodesutch-Collins Co......
f ( 'himen:0 dsdmefIthodes-Futch-Collins Co.....
f. h n is doing extra duty and some of r The best of proof. Read it: A Moog, ....................
4:ha.m are prac'ically working eighteen %Ith patent medicines till i was thor-
ours a day. Short handed In all d- ghl disgust n ope of the Pensacola Daily Journal, and! E. Brawner...............
.. Shr arehanded o Ing lde is nd hopeless. JACKSONVILLEFLOA G Z. A. Thomas circulation managers Southern Coun Oil ....
NOT HEREDITARY. parents. ut still kepng the par "Finally I began to suspect that coILL BE LAUNCHED living at 913 East Lloyd street, corn- R. P. Reese.................
up To its rcular standard, The Jour- fee was the cause of my troubles. I ............
t aTeter of 10th avenue, says: "I had a D. 1h. Klusmeer ............
e to Living Minute force, wen this thing all experimented by leaving it off, except Jacksonville Oct. 2.-The floating dull aching pain in the small of my ion Brewery ..............
Germ. oer. will be entitled to and will take for one small cup at breakfast. This dock, which has been under construe- back at times which annoyed me L. Bear Co ................
Mn '*, -, .", ;he prns" a holiday and have a picnic. helped msom but did not altogether re- tion on the south side of the river greatly. and when I saw Doan's Kid- Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
.da :f g u. A. HA ie. Bd Pfeffer and re my distress. It satisfied me, since November, 1903, will be launch- ney Pills advertised I thought they Co .......................
r .. -'.., .: dua':oaA. HrlWhi. l e. BudPfeiffer antihowever, that I was on the right track. ed this week. might cure it. so I procured a box at C Llgt.
h.-r. Jiarn i nf.e I,.von.ky i Waters, will leave today for. "So I gave, up the old kind of clfeeo tThis dock is the only private dock Sidneyh ns drug store, No.olored L
N thing s iurrher fron the iruth- Puilaski. Tenn.. where they will go to altogether and began to use Postumlof a similar capacity in the Unite: 9 South Palafox Street The Big Zion Sunday school ....
B r et aI s ..e iaus.ed ,I., onsluunt pittxed thie lorse fair which is in Food Ooffee. In 10 days I found my- States south of Newport News, the result was all that could be wished M. M. Lewey (Sentinel) ....
Sa *:nu-, organsn. ;- h secr.eb progress there self greatly improved, my nerves only others being the Government e box cured the trouble andtherp .os H. James.
l-''f bven.a ;h, .'a.- .nd, at;as (One of .h.. Western Union mess-n. steady, my head clear, my kidneysidecks at Pensacola and Algiers. The a not bedthe sltesn. a ..............
.i roo:, i The haiar- inz at r . ns ed Myroela met v working better and better, my heart'swork has so far progressed that the recurrence. Should I have another at- Mos Lman .............
.., "- !. pnr' fal <.1 a painful a.cldent yesterday after- action rapidly improving, my appetite, Merrill-Stevens Company has announe- tack In the future I shall surely re- Richard Morris.............
This ,4rwani. m cannw Y. got rid ;wq- whey his bicycle collided with a improved and the ability to eat% a ed that the dock will be launched, this sortto Doan's Kidney Pills as I know ash................
exc; tv ,h fr" and i.rs ,r:g dray. BRth. it is sali, were going hearty meai without subsequent suf wmek. The dock can be plainly seen they can be depended upon to do all I. .......
Sof N s H. r. ra her fat wben they came in con- fearing restored to me. And this condl- fm this side of the river. that ilamedforthem." Maron- B
uc n.< n am a Ie lWca:p is 'A o at a corer. The beoy was paon- ThnTremains. Work in dredging ont the slip to the tor sale by all dealers. Price 50 Preston Gordon ...........
ffc *. Dadruff t i.p- fally, but not seriously hurt. Hi -Leaving off coffee and using Postum east of the point will be commenced cents. la ster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, Aaron oh ............
peir an,' hair a,a!'l' is rest.ore kne( cap was dislocated and his bead. did this, with no help from drugs, as in a few days. This will take some: N. y., sole agents for the United St. Paul chmrh "......
w'fn Her;pit i a;.,d,;. e: .d he, were badly bruised. A phy- I abandoned the use of medicines when time. as the slip will have to be greatly, States. Washington Clark .
")es't-oy :L cans. y -i remove tle si(.ian was immediately called to at- I began to use the food coffee." Name deepened. The work, however will Remember the name-Dan's---and Whtfleld upon ..........
e tnd ahim. given by Posture Ao., Battle Creek. be completed in time to receive theI take no other. Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
ru- sale by W. A. D'Alen-i Aeert., t Mich.T new dock. When you want a pleasant laxative Baptist Church............
drugs aniathecv 11 Soih Absoluy the very best that oney Theres a reason. I n thebuilIng of this dock it has that is easy to take an1 certain to act, A Colored Ctien ..........
Palafox stre:, or send in stau'p- and experience e',n preiiuc---Blue Rib-I Read the little book. 'The RBoad to required over one million feet of tim- use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Ninth Avene Baptist Chrh
to The H-rpiid. Co.. L-roit, Mlcn. bon Lemon and Vanilla xtrotam jWellville," in each pkg. ber and half a million pounds of steeL tablets. For sale by all druggisats. Aaron S. Johnson .............


.00 00i
15 0o' We want ;th, peorile of P, niaela to
10 0)0 krow tha! wv, b']iv(,: rth rnir;s' val'i-
10 00, able pr',p.,rat;rnm f cod liv' r o:I -',
150.00 L...rt tonic, recon~ rri',r ,.;'ia i'-r. --
100 00 itorer and strength-crearorr k inwn
100.01 mneficine, is Vinol
25.00 Vinol, be it un'Irt',,.t is n,' a
5.00 latent mne line, a.S f!e- 11hze i"- -
!.00 tains is nanmed on n';iak ia.,,l .
253 00 every bottle. W\ zra ran'- V.,l
1..00 contains in a confentra''-. form a.i; t.
10 00 the med!(cinal curative and i i,-
50.00 building elements of r^')d ;l' r oil ,-
10.00 tually taken -from fr. sh r .- livers
5.00 but without a drop of oi ',o b(!T the
5.00 system. upset the stomach an] r'-ard
25 ,0) its work. This is why Vinol is so far
50 (,5! superior to old fashioned cod liver oil
San demulsions.
25 00. We do not believe ther ; is a maa
woman or child in Pensaco. whmni VI.
nol will not ben-flt at this season of
5 00 the year.
2 50 Vinol has become so well known
5 uo and so highly regarded by the protfe-
2 00 s:on that it is actually guaranteed by
1 00 over two thousand I-aillinlg rlagzi,
5 0O!cf the United Stat-s to create hoal-tih
55 and strength for oll people, weak.
2 On sickly women and cjililr -n, nirsrn.
I 00 mothers, and after a severe sleknes,
1 00 and for hacking coughs, chronic colds,
1 OC bronchitis and all throat and lun
75 troubles, also to create an appetite
5 00 and make tho<- who are too thin, fat.
1 00 rosy and healthy. Try Vinol on our
guarantee. It costs nothing If it falls,
2 00f W .H. White & Co., druggists.
5 001
2 00 Low rates at Southern Hotel b&
2 00 rooms and board. .











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* WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. #f
* The Pensacola Journal Is on
Sale at the following places in
* the city:
* Bay Hotel.
4 Coe's Book SSere.
S Depot News Stand 44
S Gem Book Store.
V Merchants Hotel.
v Southern Hotel.
i Thompqon's Book Store.
4. Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. Z
06 Wanhelm's News Stand.
f. Walker's Book Store. i





the Battle 71e Yeas Hence,
By common oeament, Mr. Bryan out


SO6 ATED PRBSS,




Pt n e weew I *k........




ENT CAN S" SCURE L

BMat Pw mNt W tg h 1


V MORNING. OCTOBER 3, 1906.

Day in the Autumn Woods," with its
lov-. of simple nature, its fine Imagin
ative quantles and its outreaching
human touca, affords a ?more intimate
view of the man himself.
In the "Editorial Comment" he once
more runs the gamut of his versatile
ity, changing; from one spirit to an
other, but never from his inherent
love of justice and fair play.
In the body of the October Tomn
Watsoa's the most striking feature is
"The Montana Cope: War," b)
Thomas Aloysius Hickey, a stirring
and Just presentation of the gigant;<
fight between F. Aug'istus Heinze
and the Amalgamated Copper Com-
pany. Prominent among the many
other articles are "The Loneliness of
the City," by Theolore Drelser;
"Danger From Republican Radicals,'
v- TrHnna H TihhbleQ, ni "dM.,fn


of omce and Mr. L.Roosevet in Imce. t y i n omas a U,J anu ojauey
are ecogrized as the two most influ- Monopoly," by J. C. Vallette.
ential American citizens today. Of the In the lighter vein of fiction three
twice defeated democratic leader the of the stories are of particular excel.
Birmingham Ledger says: leice-"Thoroughbreds" by Mary H.
William J. Bryan has started on his, Fisher; "Arbutanot's Amen." by 8.
tour of the world. He avowedly goesI Carleton, and "As a Bird to the Moun-
to study conditions in ojr new tetrr- tains," by Anne McQueea. Will N.
torles, the Sandwich islands, and the
Phllippines Then he will study the harben's aerial, "Pole Baker," grows
governments of the old world, partic- in interest; and the usual depart-
utli;y those of Europe. He goes as a ments offer to the thinking man an
private citizen, but he is beyond di,- illuminating picture of the people and
put1 the greatest private citiaea in
Am erica. their sentiments in these imesa of im-
Mr. Bryan, out of office and twice pending crisis.
detested for the presidency, has more
influence than any man ia the nation,
except Mr. Roosevelt. By common The Jou a's Greatcst
counent thesee two men represent
the opposing ideas that will contend Cirulation Achi .a.,mt,
for the mastery in 190M. Mr. Rooseve't
represents the republican idea of a Lt moUth, In OnpmmNtin an Its
high and ex(tuding tarif, strongly I circulation statement for th-a month
centralized government, the theory i previous, The Journal said: Now, yeo
that wealth mnust rule, that corporatej ow fever Or no yellow fever,watchfor
poe shalll have mnorA rights than the!low
ind:vijual. Il.at money i.s greater than iThe Jeurnal's September circulation
(he man. Whether he wishes it thatirecord.
way or noi tfiat is what he reifresenta( That September record Is presented
to the publi rnt mrd today and it makes, we think, a very
OL the tlher hand. Mr. Bryan rep-i .-
resents a demand for a revenue tariff, sgniicnt showing and for more rea-
re't ictejd powers to the general gov- W-n' than one. It shows that for the
ernmient, h(ory that humanity isr be;-: month of September. despite the warm
te: han wealth, that man is greater weather despite the ordinary between-
that the dollar.
Those will be the issues in the next season tuIllnoss of the month, despite
campaign and it will be the most rad- the yellow fever which hurt all busi-
ica' campaign ever fought in the ness on all sides-despite all of these
united States. It will be conservi- things-The Journal's circulation ex.
tisnm, that Is the name for those who
do not want any change, and radical- ceeded all previous records, even going
ani. that is those who do want a ever the 5000 mark and topping every
change. former achievement by a magnificent
wMT. Bryan will leal the radical s'elshowing of 5,248 average daily lasue
whether he be a candidate or not. IL f h m .
is Ughly probable that Mr. RoostveCL for the month.
wi lv.al th., cnservatives. It is teca-! As an illustration of what this circu-
nicl'y on'y s second te:m for him! lation recor. really means, a state-
andi hee i.,s the ambitioni and his is a went showing The Journal's circula-
nature hai: t.njo% a struggle. He tion for the past five years will prove
,*il 'ontCOIt-t t., lead oCe more tL n'-, :nti resting. It is as follows:
I.ecause :-h republicans wil: tear toiteresting. It is as follows:
chaicg iea.i rs. when ."!r. Bryan litt i Averag e


ThID other banner. -ldr alty Issue
A t ad y .V. o M lt) o0vcit is recedinr. 190 .. ........................ *** 1 87
tro l a:' tih AIlsitions l e once otcu 1902 ....... .... ............ 2,441
piti in di ff, n ne from ,;s par;.. Mr. 1903 ...... .................... 2,929
B- ;.., ( L .', e :he s piilpor: of h 04.... .. ..................3.540
wht agrue : hmi anli h. wants no 1905 (For September).........5,248
o,. is. As an :i!lstirati.,n of how the c:rcu-
8, ., bak tI Mr ,M :'rryn. t'i lhI'.on ha- grown during 1.405, a state-
lea, ,' ", ,'.',,, ,i i i. nt1 by l on:Ltls is given as follows:
con.i h \ t.,- : ', "" x;h.ri .1
am!s a r ar"PiAverage
for a ,.,r i a"i' vrth l. M 95 Daily Issue
rou. c ; %:,;',, .-- : Januaryl..r...................3,912
,1v.itn P .' ai&.t i to ct February......................4,207
pMr .an o ,at -i a' ,inermed'a MarCh...........................4,36
i ., April........ .... ..........4,909
e r ",t o .. a .. ,, ,. le w h May.. .. .. ... ............... 4,01
b b t' i<':' 1 i; -n i" i ne tu sj!1 j June.. .4,601
the caniair. a, a h. wll tbegIn .. .. .. ............4,504
Onr Wt :l a 1t no Means ,Juy '.. .. .. .. ................ 4,341
Otc l ofMar lr'ani no means suI' August. .. .... ......... 4,716
th la.t f Mr yan in our politic-. September........ ....... 248
These fii-re.s need little comment.
Tom Watson's Magazine They t.eil thr own eloquent story of
the greatest circulation achievement
(or OCtOber, li Wst Flor!da journalism.
Tomir W :.o: >iht>rla.i3 in the Oc- The Journal is the only paper in
tober niumn,": ,t !I:s nm-'.zazr.t are an P'ensacola which has ever published'
ex. ..'<-. te manysi !!s c:rculatlon figures. It is, in fact.
ed~c ,' ru The poe" Ve only paper in Pen(aoola from


be '" h i- Mi.n- T.-. h a detailed statement of circula-
ts:r a i a pi'.'- "ni. can be. or ever has been. secured.
ophi'ca .y the (o'id. t s :the only Pensacola paper from


the a


eta': "-mal ,


-, . .f TToist',i at v. hih adv\.rTisers have any means of
'" e : Ar.r, 't knownn: wh"at thcy are getting for


I iO With th11the:r n,:c


.an :: : s n I hal n !li intention of The
the ash ,, :, ': "h' pr": ;Journa; to i-,:e a new advertising rate
e< c- '. *n .:" "\. iand n card o( ': e flrs* of October. practical-
jus: .,-' ; -in s l flo 'linu :s ad\- ;rslng rates. On
poor the discovery, however, of yellow fever
Ir, trong c r'ra . t'-. he prt i;n Pensacula a month ago. It was de-
er d.ng con m .' '.cy g' 1 to defer this increase' in adver-
the Equita a ':. sa"- *ing rates unn'il after the fever had
ea . .t' P; ;;< .. *h.\, en ,'radi.ia: dJ. Advertisers ther.-"
agairSt the : ,t : s : .uratL7c fore w:l continue to receive the benefit
S-*:: -.:' .1 ff'iEnt v ia. 'A 'of The Journal's record-breaking circu-


latiob at the same rates which have
piwralled for the past three years.
No advertiser has ever had the op-
poitunity of reaching so many West
Florid& readers as he has now, and'
be will never again have an opportuni-
ty to teach them so cheap as he can
now.
Advertisers everywhere are invited.
to study the circulation figures which
The Journal publishes today and to
then take a careful lobk over The!
Journal itself. It is the most expen-,
sively gotten up papr r to be found in a
city of Pensaoola's size anywhere and'
every feature contained in it is on the
tm at ltan, U fb h. A' L- Tt~ nh J Ual's- ,


M me opo. n orc er. in. e journal 5
8 readers like it and have faith in it--
advertisers could desire no better
guarantee of its worth.

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- I --9


The Railroad

Business For the

Young Man

By PAUL MORTON. Secretary of the Navy


T seems to me there is a better opportunity NOW for a
young man in the railroad business than there has been here-
tofore. I have known during the last few years of many
vacancies where good men were sought at salaries ranging


from $10,000 to $40,000 a year. Competition at the top is
less than it is at the bottom. IT IS THE FIRST YEARS THAT
COUNT, although there can be no suspension of energy and pur-
pose in these days of fierce competition by any man, no matter how
high ho gets.
T 4 1- *_ .i l ^ ^ -


of grit, courage, strength. How is it with the
children? Are they thin, pale, delicate? Do
not forget Avyer's Sarsaparilla. You know it
1.1 makes the blood pure and rich, and builds up
the general health. Sold for sixty years.
me 1a JiWve Om. l ,We pmlish Z. C. A rO9..
tfo feflM of ali Wr andidemLoweal, m


(r inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their Immediate surroundings.) Hence- the dis:infe tion of clothing, bediin4
or merchandise suppose liy soIled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sick, is unnece-sary.
9. .The bodies o:- cadavera of the dead from vyelow f-vor are incapable of
transmitting thf disease unless iathi oci-s wit,!: n '.*t .r-" tree days of
the disease (a rare occurrence : an i then only ii mioslui' .- are allowed to
bite the body before iedcnneis)p i:on has set in.
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever f-om the blaclc
vomit. evacuations, or' it her ex tret:ons of ye:'o, f' v r : 'i 'n .
11. An attack of ?elhow fever caused. as :t al'.vvas o ) te of the
Stegomyia, confers immurnity against subz-,'int ta'k tf : .. disease.


Duties of the Trained Nurse.


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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10w* TTU. H e. o. th e ez'o T S i n WV -^ o I L L U Si T R A T
Total for the month.......136,450 truction of the m9zquiio. can be determined. In view of the fact that several *t A is ."Ee. BY E
Average per day....... .. 5,24 dayS may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bke aA y In BY .
I hereby certify that tha above state- susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty R -- 'W -- l-- ---
ment is correct according to the reo. days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans In the
words on file in this offlc, present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an Infected case ^W NNING IN
FRED A. SWUT, after it first appearance in a given locality. WNG IN
Circulation Mgr. 7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
Sworn to and subscribed before me that the poison is incubating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma
this 30th day of September, 1905. bite freely and repeatedly during this period, butts bite is innocuous; neither
J. P. STOKES, does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
Notary Public. 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by tomites (L e. article d


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shelf with Carlyle's "Time.annihilating in thme rairoaa or in any other Dusiness the special talents neces- 1. No nurse can be considered as traine! in the man:;*,'r i .' y 'lw
Bt th stood for something ver y for worthy achievement are integrity and common sense-I am fever In the light of p:'esent, ackeptrd. know'etIe unless she r'a,:zes ful.y.
But tany stood for something very earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disacist is tran-m: ri b-: 'c by mo-
real and very important-the hope of a great believer in common sense; integrity, of course, is a funda- quitoes, and that it Is her duty to prven:cie i alm.isston of these ;;sects t
therace thatwod oeime,insome wan mental virtue--and, second, concentration and industry. In order to thersick room and to destroy them promptly if they should and "heir way
shackling of human efforts to acceni- succeed at anything ONE MUST REALLY LIKE HIS WORK. 2. That as the inseparable attendant a- th,' e tw ide of the patient dson
plish things would grow less-tha a! man who servs an t or institution that he must cooperate with the plDhsician in the i I:scha *e ,f his function.; as z.ar-
Sstraight road would be found on which A man who serves an enterprise or institution simply that he may mus the public health. The trained nur in beomng dre,"
to travel to the thing we neej' and earn his livelihood or who works by the clock, waiting for the bell to ly the most efficient and important sanitary az;v ,: in prev'ntinz the sprea 1
g want. of yellow fever in infected localities. Uponi lr intelligent appreciation of
And so the quaint fancy of the Sev- ring or the whistle to blow AND HAS NOT AN INTENSE IN- ymode of transmission of this diseaseUpn her psonal safety rif she iatin
en-League Boots came to be little less TEREST IN THE TASK HE IS DOING, will not succeed., Inon-immune) and the protection of the family and the entiree household of
than a prophecy of modern want adver- the patient, (especially if these are not immune. ) larg'ly, if not entirely,
e timing. And a few lines of type fur. It is sometimes necessary for a boy to have "influence" that he depends,
- nish nowadays, a sort of magic foot- may get started, but after he is'once fairly started unless he shows 3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fevW
. gear for the advertiser-af$ord'ng him patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the imot sus.ceptible
t seven-league strides in the aeacrh for unmistakable aptitude for his work and an interest in all that he non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
what he wants.
It yau want what you want now- does and unless he also displays more than ordinary common sense mosquitoes to the patient's person.
uo4. The greatest freedom of personal contact an I in,,rcoursp may thort
if time is important-if a tenant in NO AMOUNT OF INFLUENCE WILL DO HIM MUCH fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick anl (he we'll in the si'ki
Syoeur house is worth two prospective i room, and pebvided the inoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
ones, and a cook in the kitchen Is bet-, GOOD. Merit counts for more than anything else. during the rt three days of the disease, is absoitely prevented.
" ter than a promise of one next week,, In my opinion, then, the railroad business offers a great field to 5. The mission of a trained niirse is not sartsfactorily ae. onplished If a
S-hen it will pay you to rent, for a day patient. suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infecte.1 ath ye!lo-
01 two. The Journal's Seven-League those young men who desire earnestly to attain to prosperity and po- fever, who Is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten Ity a nosquito,
a Boots of Publicity. sition. The older men are retiring, and YOUNGER MEN MUST even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito ibirt are annoying
and harmful even if not infectve to the patient, and it mrist bh l,>)i er ; I4'y4444444i TAKE THEIR PLACES. Personally I am of the opinion that as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
Shuld be 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless she
f CONGRESSMAN FRANK a young man starting in the railroad business should begin on as small has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons whh science an
CLARK IN OKLAHOMA. i a road as he can find. By doing this he will have an opportunity of experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infectel patients and

S(The Oklahoman.) learning the different branches of the service. Most of the successfulth ersnfect are dependent upon her knowledge and exerto for safety
f # railroad presidents of the present day began in that way. Unfor- 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
96MMFH N^^m4 t jr .##9 ,8 handle in protecting her patients are:
S- tunately, however, the smaller railroads are becoming scarce, through (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His Bed.
Hon. Frank Clark, former resident combinations, and unfortunately also a man who starts on a large 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
of Oklahoma City and Shawnee, now passage of mosquitoes.'
congressman from Florida, is in the system is almost sure to become a specialist and to learn only one 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of tle
territory on a brisf visit combining particular branch of the work. patient's body Is in contract with the netting.
business with pleasure. During his p ranc h e work. 3. Frequent examinations should be made to soe that there are no torn
stay he has been importuned a number I want to go a little outside of the subject to say that. the rail- places In the netting and that no mosquitoes hav., foiun, a lolsring Instie.
of times as to his position on the state- iThe netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from
hood question, aid without hesitancy roads of this country are not appreciated. Nowhere else in the world, entering.
hood question, and without hesitancyt
he has signified his willingness and de at no time in the history of the world, has there ever been such a 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killelt in.
sire to turn every stone he can which side, not merely driven or shaken out.
will contribute toward joint statehood triumph in transportation by land as in America. RATES HIERIE 6. All cases, of fever should he promptly rernorted to the physician;
for Oklahoma and Indian Territory in ARE LOWER THAN THEY ARE IN ANY COUNTRY ON awaiting his arrival they should bL .v'C(v d wifh a :ves .n i(1 o ar. Ths is par.
the forthcoming session of Congress. ticularly important* In dealing vith mild fevers, eop(, lally In Infants and
Mr. Clarkis residence In Oklaiomaa THE GLOBE. Consider this and then bear in mind that the wages children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man-
was of sufficientf duration to eiests itself ti such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that it is
wa of uratilon to enable paid to railroad employees in the United States are 50 per cent higher likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the symi.n
him to thoroughly fanilllirize himself
with conditions and needs of the peo- than the average paid elsewhere. Remember also that the service toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
pie. Though he s a Democrat, and to no other n the world spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cass are,
doubtless appreciative of the Injury heb s econ quality to no other in the world. for this reasqD the aol| d4anpous; from a salutary point of view.
may occasion to his prestige in con- THESE THINAS BEING TRUE, IT SEEMS TO ME THAT THE (B) Screens. -
r8ss from igrsori caucus action, it All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outqido
not at all probable that he will do vis AMERICAN PEOPLE PAIL TO APPRECIATE WHAT THEIR RAIJ of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and prov;sional screens
lence to the same in rte forthcoming ROADS HAVE DONE FOR THEM. can be made of bobblnet or cheese Oloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
session by bending his efforts in every secured to tbo openings of the sick room.
way to promote the cause of point (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
statehood. AproO th po 1 Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (insect powder) to deray
The Democratic minority in con- possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of f-ver.
gress will doubtless oppose, as it Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and if used in proper quan'tty
should, the consolidation of Arizona YELLO W F VE AN D will not njure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room is -
end New Mexico, but It iW unlikely IL LL Y J V L cient if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1.90O
that it kAill also oppoas joint itat Iho()I cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and cne pound of
for Oklahoma and Indian Territorv in W TT insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mosquitoes. l'ha
the light of the expressed wishes of H mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
the people of both and the determina- hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. i'fT)
tion of the Republican majority to fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled
t cite them at all hazards. At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905, about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
In view of this coniion, Congress- Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibili- The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the room will be
man Clark, whose familiarity wih th~ ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
qnestri n and the pe-pl affecteI e-" of yellow fever patients, in consequence of'the newly acquired knowledge of ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the one
titles himi to more thp orliaffectrv c- th mode o transmission of this disease by the mosquito." occupied by the patient should 1ie first purified of mosquitoes and prepare-. fcr
Fideration, will undoubtedly hr inari -to A brief synopsis of the elementary fats connected with yellow fever the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disto-
contribute in no tmah way toward tho prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary- duties in this disease, fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
passage of an enabling act which u-ili which he had utilized In his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- The work of disinfection and mosquito destrua'on, as well as screening,
grant to the people of Oklahoma an lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: Is now conducted by the Health Authrotties, imnmtllately after not!flcation by
Indifa klahonmat the attending physician. But in Isolated localities or when de;ay in obtaln-
seif-governm ast t ntn f ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE, ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse mu.t direct the
In n event members of the household in applying the prescribed regulation..
In any event isth we shall know that 1. Yellow fever may beo defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease Additional precautions ip sulphur fuiniigation, reconuiuendeil by the Health
is heart is there; t,,on itn his abii'Y which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the presenL
and energy are consecrated to <)ur in- agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg-1 epidemic:
dre tslMt eregar(U..s of what fat-I Iomyia Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver and gilt
overtakes the statehood bill th s win-: Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic nature.
ter w, ha oat or welfare hasi 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objects tightly
ever bee n momentarily lost to view by of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applie-d with a brush.
our friend from Florida. wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thbr-
- importance of recording the very hour when the attack firsL began. roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture ant closets.
3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata is powerless to convey the dis-1 The room should be closed and made as ticlht as tw)ssib'l) by stopping ail
1The> Joura Itld Or- ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows and
Ing gSeptMbm p Igfl0 after biting the yellow fever patient. Thi- period of incubation In the mos- doors.
S Qusito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
aT otl of Ladv of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary them with a paste made of flour.
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot. flat skillet p.-cferred, ant
that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water rec,,ptacle with about
to eigiiteen days and over, in the cooler winter season. an inch of water ii the bottom. This is a precaution which mitr be rikn rto
134 v i4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set fire to
above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the dlhease during the the house.
CPIE entire period of its natural life. which may extend over 154 days, provided the The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lighting 1~.
insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
Or an av o Of yellow fever with a Stegomyla fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another and well ventilated.
101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasciata in Havana NOTF---To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
8 8 mcan only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
0 LV Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 600,
4L -the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg- and the result will he the amount of sulphur required in ponutds.
omylvia must be impregnated before they will bite: (2) that the female, after Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
The following figures show The Pen' biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or would multiply 15410x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and you
sacola Journal's circulation for each seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisianai will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
day during the month of Seltember, that hsve been isolated and reared apart from the mal6s will bite promptly .... ... ..._..
1905, with the average number of and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
copies Olgily: Anopheles, within three to five days after.] i. -
Sept 1, 5,000. Sept. 16, 5,300 5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bile t
Sept. 2, 5,000 Sept. 17, 5,550 of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop l nA V
Spt. 5200 Sept. 18, the human subject. ('T'his is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the 0 o f p
Sept. 4, .....' Sept. 19, 5,300 United States A'my Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen cases -
Sept. 5, S00 Sept. 20, 5,300^of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied 5R L O
Sept. 6, 5,000 Sept. 21, 5,250 from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
Sept. 7, 5,200 Sept 22, 5,225 6 From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Fasciata bites
Sept. 8, 5,200 Sept. 23, 5,225 a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have
Sept. 10, 5,500 Sept 25,..... period in the mosquito); then, If it bites a susceptible person at the expirt,- O L
Sept. 11, ..... Sept. 26, 5,250 tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it-' H
Sept 12, 5,300 Sept. 27, 5,250 self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probable spread of
Sept. 13, 5,300 Sept. 28, 5,250 yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ. ) N N DOYLE
,ept 14. 5.300( A S a .t 2 t a r-rir,i1 nf at least twenty-six days' must be allowed to elanse before . ...LE


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eace. telling us all yoir symptoms and Gallatin, Tenn.:
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.. .. .. . St. Augustine, Oct. 2.-Much inter-
however, who show no signs of having est is being taken by the people of St.
any kindof fever will be given a cardAugustine in an important legal casa
properly signed. and with the seal ] of ron to be argued before Judge Locke.
the state board ot health thereon. The It is an injunction suit gotten out by
card will also contain a brief descrip-
be transferable under any circumstan- and electric light people which re-
en s. This card will admit the person strains the city from interfering with
UR I TW U I U to whom it is issued to admission into the company's progress in erecting its
AYS the camp. poles and plant, and restraining the
It will be necessary to present this ermond people from going ahead with
(Continued From First Page.) card at the ticket oice when purcha his important case, which involves
ing tickets, and the railroad company the future lighting of the city, is to be
S_ will then sell the ticket to the desired
were registered at Dr..Porter's ofce. destination, with a seven day delay at argued before Judge Iocke on Octo-
The bulletin reads as follows: the camp. ber 9th. Judge Locke is now at his
Important Announcement-Detention The wrk of taking temperature will summer bome in Maine and the law-
Camp. ork of taking temperature will years will have to travel there to ar
Pe la Oct. 2, 1905.lic l an o'clock sharp, nd continue gue the case. Accordingly Hon. C. C. M.
Peon C. E. Ban,. u until about 11 o'clock. The process cooper, w. A. Blount and W. M. Bost-
Surgeon ill be slow, as it is almost impossible, wick *ll leave hera in a few cys on
IlHeith and Marine Hospital Service. for one phician to handle more tha ic leve hern a few ys on
who is in command of the detention fout twentyianve persons per hour. their long journey.
camp near McDavid. Florida, wires me It is possible that some of those will be waged at th e a lng andtt le
that he will toe ready to receive per-v hose names appear on the list will be waged at this hearing and it
*on on Tuesday. noon, the Lhira da, not report, as some of them have ael s predicted that the losing side will
of October, 1905. He states that 80 resiy gone, while some have aboutappeathi to the Supremable Court, though
persons can be admitted tomorrow ma u their minds t "stick it out." th step is hardly pated t
Sta. Yte PORTeR. This will give a chance to those whose I well known. The gas company'sae
The following persons have register- ames folow on the registration bo"tenty-year contract to light the city a
ed first and are entitled to the camp The detenon camp hurrays been expired several months ago, but the e
privileges tomorrow, the d inst. They The detention camp has been named company claims its franchise to fur- n
will buy tickets for the point where! by Surgeon Wyman, and he has so in- nish gas and electricity generally is a n
ultimately destined. anr the railroad 'formed D:'. Former. The camp will beperpetual one and has gone aheaua with d
company will allow seven days delay, so as to Include the camp detention: Iat-on of the late Dr. Murray, who was completed. The city, backed by com- to
W. W. Walls. Mrs May Walls, Mrs. surg~)u of the Marine Hospital, and ;'etent legal advice, claimed the fran- n
J. A. Billingsly. Mr. J. A. Billingsly. whO lost nis life in 1903 in Texas chire likewise has expired and stopped r
Ralph Hill, J. Hancock. Mrs. E. .J .while there fighting yellow fever. He the work of erecting poles, and this
Hatneook, Miss Myrtle Hanoock. Miss met his death In a runaway accident. is where the gas company got an in- .
dMte Hancock. Miss Allie Hancock. Junction against the city. n
Mrs W. Steipensi Janetta Steph- LD RUMOR n the meantime the city coucll o
ensen. ]Evelyn Stepensen, Mr. '. R TWILDU IVU passed an ordinance granting a fran- p
Ilpson. Mrs. C. R. Hinson. Miss Thel- chise to T. IL Osmond and his associ- d
mia Hinson, Miss Sherror HinMon. J. A. AfLOAT YESTERDAY ates to erect and operate an electric a
]Kelly, Mrs. J. A. Kelly, Miss Idell Kel- light plant and street railway, and the o
ly, Arthur Kelly. Iptha. Haw- gas company also got out an injunc.
kns. Nettle Hawkins. BRlvta Haw- tion against them.
kins, R. E. Williams. .. T. Holmes. Mrs IMPRESSION CURRENT THAT Thus the matter stands and this is C
J. T. Holmes. Ruoy Dell Hotmes. Elsie what is to be argued bLibre Judge tl
Holmes, Andrew Price Williams, Mrs. SOME PENSACOLA FISHING I.ocke on October 9th. The result is a
Andrew Proie Williams. 'Infant son VESSELS HAD BEEN LOST awaited, with keen interest here. n
Williams, Mrs. Priee Williams. Mrs. -
IMcVoy. chile', Mrs. McVoy., Mrs. B H. IN STORM .
Thomas. I D). Pace, P. T Hall, Mar- b .E6h fi ai FaeI b
garet HalL Catherine Hall. Isaac UIi- O L U LLUI w
Floyd. lI G. Sc"umacher. Chas D. s____________
Pose. John Luppa, Dora Iuppa. s- A wild rumor was afloat upon the be
car lIGppa. H. D Gair. Thomas 'streets vye eriy to the effect that two
Rauscher. F. H Ellis. Miss Rose La-, fishing smacks had been lost at sea it
Rabb, C M. Major. Mrs A. C. Barrow, last week during the severe blow! SpecIal to The JournaL li
and three children. .Miss Holmes. Miss which prevailed. The origin of the; Ponce de Leon, Oct. 2.---On Sept. hI
Holmes. Miss Holmes, T. A. Ellis. B. rumor could not be located, and it is, 28th occurred the sad 'ut not unex po
R. Mullipgan and seven men. G. N. Gen- very probably a false report. as no one pected death of Mrs. W W. Scott, g,
try. L. Medkwk. Son Medlock. W. L. on the wharf seemed to know anything, after a painful illness of five weeks., t
Gilmore. Mrs. W. L Gilmore and six .bout it. I All that could be was cheerfully done th
children C. R Bell. .1. D Carrall. I One of the smacks which was report- byv loved ones and friends to relieve it
Those whoMs nam.- appear in the ed lost had aboard one or two promi- the sufferer, but to no :,vail. w
above list who wish to lIave for the nent young men of the cty, among Mrs. Scott was well and favorably d
detentionin cap t frst to go to IDr Anderson's office who went out for a trip as a matter of county of which she has been a res!- gr
where thetr temperature wi'l be taken. .s)ort. The friends of the young men dence for several years. She was a
Those, of course whose temperature who hears the report were very much, consecrated member of the Mission-
registers above normal will not be concerned about it and numerous in- ary Baptist church and was known for
permitte-d to lavw the city. Those, quiries wtre made. her Cristian graces and always
Th<, report may have been made seemed to carry sunshine in her V
.- ....- ; from the fact that a special was sent heart.
'out from New Orleans last Saturday1 The remains were in.erred in San- V
'Bt lR ':o the effect that the storm had blow1 dy Creek cemetery Frid.y Sept. 29, 2o
some resse.s ashore. The despatch Rev. .t. M. Wheeler ip'rforming thct
did n, cive the particulars, and wa.- last sad rites.
'Jtry br:. f Some one here possibly Numerous relatives. iticiuding a hu'-.
onnett*" The occurrence wi'h some band. several sans and daughters ae'
GET THE BOOK .,," th local smarks. Hoevcer. n :h- left to mourn this sal los. all of tl
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cannot exist. S. S. is the ideal blood
purifier. It cleanses the blood of all
poisons and impurities, making it strong
and vigorouAt -a bleto-upply the body
with the street kid nourishment it
needs. There is nothing that acts so
promptly as S. S. S., toning up the en-
ire system, helping the general health
and curing sores
permanently.
S ^ Do not let a
s wart or pimple
S- develop into a
( p cancerous ulcer,
PURELY VEGETABLE. but purify your
blood with
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vegetable, and while driving all poisons
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of the system. Book on the blood and
any medical advice desired will be given
without charge, to aS who write.
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Goldstucker Bros.'

NEW HACK EXCHANGE.
All first-class rubber-tired vehicles
and gentle horses. Phone 814.


TROOPS C LLED TO
PREVENT BURNING
(Continued From First Page.)
arrived" in town from the Allen pas-
ure, where the negro Monk Gibson,
,was located yesterday afternoon and
reports that the several posses that
re In hot pursuit are being augmented
very few minutes and capture by mid-
ight is now dhiemed certain. The
egro is now known to be on the Navi-
ad bottom-between the crossings l ,ss
ban two miles apart. The river bot-
om at this point is from half to one
mile wide and the Omits are well sur-
ounded.
Two packs of hoieds, one frbfr
V'harton and the other from Rich-
aond. were'taken 6ff at Ganaco. The
tcesrs will ever be; Allowed to take
possession of the ne-o. He will un-
oubtediy be brought tb Edna as soon
s caught and held a brief period in
rder to secure evidence.
Want to See Burning.
Mr. H. H. Beasley, brother of Mrs.
'onditt, the mrurdered woman, stated
hat it was the request of his father
nd mother, made tonight, that tie
ien be pleaded within the event that
lo.k Gibson is captured, not to burn
im until morning, as they desired to
e present at his execution and they
ant all the citizens of Edna and Jack-
on county who d(,.hlred it)o ee it, to
e accorded that privilege. They want
he burning to occur in a suitable place
a Edna.
The desire of the father ani' mother
as been communicated to all the
asses that could he reached and it is
generallyy agreed that their wishes in
be matter will be respected. Should
be negro therefore be caught tonight,
Is very probable that the execution
lil take place about 10 o'clock Mon-
Ay Morning. Both of these oged peo-
le are almost prostrated tonight from
rlef and the intense strain.


BRESTED FOR over Half a Million

SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
AVING 3 WIV SDo think such as ormons business could be built an and


.hIMA Dr- UL-IP nLUUO.
When a wart, mole or pimple show
any sign of tenderness it is a warning
,hat bad blood is behind it. Often t.ese
places are on the face, hands, legs or
other part of the body for years, and give
no sign to cause uneasiness, and tien
with a little rough handling, a slight cut
or bruise will develop into a sore that re-
fuses to heal, and the sufferer finds him-
self afflicted with a cancerous ulcer.
About three years ago a blister eame
on the right side of my nose. It rrew.
speedily in spite of all efforts to heal i.
up* the pain was not very severe at first.
but ineretsed when the sore began to
taflame and discharge matter. At times
the place would sq&b over and appear to
be getting well, but the scab would drop
off leaving a red, angry looking uler. I
had almost despaired of ever during it,
when my attention was called to S. B. B.,
and after taking a few bottles the sore
began to gradually grow smaller, the
discharge stopped and was cured.
Owenasboro, Ky. JNO. MASSIE.


The 18-year-old bride by his side wa-is will pay the express charges. Takeiti
dumbfounded for the moment. test t-every bottle ifyo wish. Then
and perfectly satlsactory. ship It back
Man Said Nothing. &Z- will be promptly munades& He
Not a word was uttered by the man doe't risk acet
under arrest. The detectives then Order for AMlo Cat. C oL Idaho, M.
or Wy. put be oa the basis of 4 *
told of the network they had woven palfd rJ aafortM, by
about Franklin and the bride became WI wsm
almost frantic. As she arose from
her seat, as she stood there, dress- TU I"a ER EWE8
td in a neat-ltting uniform ot the Wdl-
vatlon Army, pointing her finger at RAtUsta, .e,% 0. 9
Franklin, she was almost dramatic in Q 1 D nma TsrO
nier utterances.
"Why did 3ou deceive me? Why aid
30ou not tell me the truth? Oh, what _
shall I do?" she cried.
Tho husband looked as unconcerned
an he did during the prayer and sald DON'T MISTAKE C
not a word. When he reached the po.
lice jail he admitted having marrIed i i i
three times, but claimed he had ob- Y E| --
tained divorces. Afterwards he ad-
mitted that he had not been divorced Atls time a the yekroleals a
from wife No. 2. As a "MI
From the evidence In the hands of
the detectives, an interesting story Is LEWIS' ANTI- ALI
revealed. They know nothing of his
history prior to four years ago, when IT CURS TO
he is said to have married into a good! Sold at all drui
family at Newport, Ky. About three L|S a C. WholesU I
years ago he put ia his appearance at
Toadvine, twenty-Ove miles west of 1 3]M O0
Birmingham. and married a relative of
Deputy Sheriff Reeves, known as wife
No. 2. He recently brought her and ,, ,,
their child to Birmingham to live, se-
curing employment with the Mc-
Mahon Furniture company. H. L. COVINGTON, Presldt
on r ure cmpany. ,C. W. LAMAR, Vke-Preeldent.
Met Salvation Army Lassie. W. LAMARVk*-Pre e
Franklin bad known the mother of T
pretty Peachy Jones, a Salvation ar- THE AMERICA
my lassie, for several years, and it
was through her that he got an intro- OF PENS1
duction. His affection was reciproca.-l DESIGNATED DEPOSI"
ed it seems, the girl not knowiEg
that he was married, and she accept- Capital Stock, 6200
ed him when he proposed .marriage. i I.
Franklin sent his wife No. 2 anti LU Cor T
child to visit her parents. He imme- J. Pfeier
diately set the date for marrying Miss M. Pff.
Jones and led her to the altar Thurs- Bryan Dunwody.
day night, September 21. Since that Frank "lellly,
time they have ,been living on Nine- W. S. Rosasco,
tecnth street, between Avenues A and T. F. MeGourin.
B. F. Brawner,
According to the information fur- C. W. Lamar,
nished Messrs. Hamilton and Bodekor, J. R. aaunders,
,Franklin posed as a preacher when he
met his first wife. He is said to have Aounts of Banks, IndIvIumal*
gene so far os to enter the pulpit of a Four per oenLt me
church and preach the gospel. The I,,
maiden name of her first wife could ,
no'. be learned last night. S e
brought about the arrest, having writ- WM. H. KNOWLS, Presidet.
ten the police here recently that she THOS. W. BREWr, Ast. Cashier.
h'.d been deserted shortly after aer
marriage. She signed her name "Coa
Franklin, Newport, Ky." It is from
this wife that Frantr-in c-- he nas
a divorce.


OYSTER FAMINE

IN OLD MOBILE


HILLS AND FEVER FOR
HILLS AND FEVER FOR I


FEVER


great deal d ftalaria cMl sad ev hr.
vre prvestative try

ARIA AND CHILL CURE
ST AY CURED.
g stores or at
rf.Wtst East Govere=a Sut



Nal ,03.
M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
JNO. PPEIFFER, Asst. C"athlef.

N NATIONAL BANK
ACOLA, FLA.
TORY OF UNITED STATES
),000 Surplus, $40,000
S. J. Fbahee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton. Jr.,
0. Maura,
W. L Cawtaos,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oerttag.
Alex McGfowin,
C. M. Covington.
Corporations, and Flrm* Sollcted.
Vot paid on Time Deposits.


W. K. HY JR., V.-Preo. and Cashir
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cathier.




ional Bank


Of pelaurk, mlu,


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


The Mobile Herald of Sunday say-: V, Hyr, t. D Bret .
MOTEL A 000MOAOTIOIS were you willing to pay $1 each for
VANCE'S HALL, NORTH OF ASHE- raw oysters. you could not get one ir.
ILLE, N. C., COOL, HEALTHY, EX- the whole city of Mobile today. IM 0 Edl e BD and od
ELLENT TABLE, ADDRESS Mobile is in the throes of an oyster Orelgn l UUIdes* L lU fl UU 1 U
ANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C.' famine, and the loss of the luscious
sept. n bivalve is being felt by many persons We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels dllbured upon the most
win Mobile and bytheir daily supply frcities change on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their obli-
who receive their daily supply from Germany, France, Austria, Italy, on taken payple at Port of
A Doctor's Dilemma. the packing houses of this city. Holland, Spa Belgium, Russia gation taken payaple at ort of
Among the papers of R. H. Stoddard "You could not get an oyster in Mo- Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destinaton Ten Days Afte Ves
hat Ripley Hitchcock edited there is bile to day at the fabulous price of, Nother European countries. sel Arrives there.
letter which Oliver Wendell Holmes, $9 apiece," said a well known oyster
ie poet-phystcian, is said to have re- packer yesterday. And, when asked
rived. This letter was written many the wherefore thereof, calmly stated ~f et Deposit Boxes Foa Rent, in Co mnection with which we
ears ago by an ignorant country prae- that the storm of the gulf was the
e, an e reason. It was easy enough, then, to. have a Private Dpartment for the use of Rcnters~
shows the low level to wbieb, in the a' vra erson to tell why e
shoi th low levl toit s aw, oyster famine in the city. Ever"-- P a D s a
irly part of the last century, It was bot- knows that Mobile's oyster mar- Savings D epaStni t-ltiWst P m WpteW s
possible for medical education to fall. ket depends upon the fleet of smali nof 4 per e st *Per anIin.
he letter, verbatim, follows: vessels engaged in the trade. They go
Dear dock I have a pashunt whose well out into the bay to get their sup- ____
hysleol sines shoze that the winpipe is ply, and the last agitation on eel L. HILTON oGRBN, Vz 'DES T. S. WLLu.4, Vr,.-PftisdioN
cerated of and his lung hay dropped part of the elements is felt on th IM. A.VSUS LL. CUAs nZ. MANS8FILD MORENO,Adar ,,ALsISs
to his stumick. 14e Is unab*, to swaller oyster reefs. The storm that nax s it z n t o Bn
nd 'I fear his rtumnick toobe Is gono. I the gulf and for t.
ve gv him ev thing without e alongtheulf bar Citizens National Bank,
s Father is wealthy honble and Influ- past few days has bad its effect upon of Penmsco a. Fiuorda.
sh'ul. He is an active member of the the small craft. Those ia port would EP1.0(r OCtm).
SE. chFurh a:nd God nroe-s I don't want not venture out, and tho-c in the vi- oo.W Writrht, MorriS ar. T. B. WC!:.4
o loose him wot shall I do? trinity of the reef have not attempt Rix M. RoMnsob, L. T.It,-, oref.
to load oysters. Several with loads A .Ef4R\L BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Napoleon's Carriage. for the Mobile market nave starte'l "'--- -
The carriage ;n which Napoleon from he reefs for Mobile, encountered t t..t-
ade his famous retreat from Moscow thek s orm suffered damage and P. i J ees-, res E.w. M Caser.
nd in which he as emperor general back to the bedst, dumping their cath. J. S. RESE, Pres..nt -r
Sout from Paris In the campaign In the meantime the people o Mo- R. M. CAR, Vice-President
lh closed a t Waterl is reecvai bile are craving oysters, and there I T P OPLE BANK U PENSACOLA
not one to bc had at any price. The .K
London by the tmrstees of the Wel- 1cal market was stripped of Its stock Direcsoret@ J. Reevs, J. Reee, bt. DeC. Kessiw,. R. M. Coy.
agton estate, the relic having fornmr- andu consumed b+- local trade or sent W. A. D'Aemberte, T. .v. Jennings.
been the property of the "Iron to fill orders in other cities. Res-, TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Ouke." It is a two seated conveyance, tuarants that have kept oys,,3i YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTrFLL1 SOUCITWD
ith the top and sides lined with iron; throughout the summer are without ;9* *.*. ....00000-*--*-*. --*
ere is also a front "curtain" of iron their supply for the immense half- ----- ..
L.C can be raised and lowered at will. shpl trade or Mobile.
ie wheels are large and heavy, and Local packers do not expect a re-
e steps are finished In curious battle sumiption before tomorrow, if then.
signs done in silver. The emperor .WhelEaSI nad BetSu Dale 1 is
ed the back seat and kept his pillows I Steam, Do t- A thr t A
ad blankets under it The back of the The Great Antiseptic and Bl a nOth A L
ont seat was used as a cupboard Snd Sloan's Liniment for all mosquito OMfce--No. IS outi P lWaf street. Telephone, 1111.
as provided with al sorts of culinary bLites. It kills yellow fever and ma- Yds on a d ales streets. Phous I.
tidcles and a small spirit wt oil stove. laria germs.if


As Salvation Army Man Finished
a Public Prayer Officers of
Law Nabbed Him.

Birmingham, Ala., Om. 2.-Charged
with having two more w-ves than the:
law allows, J. Walter Franklin wa&i
arrested in the Salvation Army na,,
last night atter he ha.i gone through
the act of praying. throughout the
prayer, led by one of the army cmB-
cers, Detectives Hamilton and Bode-i
ker sat and watched their man. By:
his side sat his pretty bride, a mom
ber of the army, whom he had led ri
(he marriage altar there? weeks ago.
As the "Amen!" was pronounced the
detectives, who sat just behind the,
couple, laid their hands on *Irankllu
and told him he was their prisoner.,


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY mORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1905


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PEOPLE AND EVENTS
or L M ..L.. .. .....agIeI e Rome


Seen, Beard and Done Ameag Thse Whw Ge, Cms
sd Tarry---Weaen and Society, bn ad Elewb.rhe.
i.

MRS. 1 OULTER'S early oceupation of Porto Rico by our'
SAD HOME COMING forces. Since mustering a ut of Un(-e
Sam's service he has been attache 1
Mrs. E H. Boul:cr, who bad bea a to the State troops. keeping up the.
Is Chicago lor s0i1e 'mIe arrived L mi litary spirit, and Is well fitted ior
the city las: ni4-h:. She was due tO the rank whic-h h- now holds in the
rriveI at Lomnw Sunday iL:.;t, iI: r gular arm,. of the United .ates.-
oe train was in a wreck n-ar Na..a-, Manatee R:ver Journal.
vlUle Sundav. which delayed her 04, -
bours. For u-at( y Mr-,. 3ouL r eaped injur.. Imnnmdiatl iupin ite Mrs. Martin Amorous entertained
receipt of the sad news that her at a charmingly informal and enjoya-
husband Dr. Boultor was ill of ycl'i-v ble card party this aft 'rnoon at her
lever, Mrs. Boulter started; for Pensa- home on Ivy street in compliment to
4cla with the linentioh of taking care Mr. Muldon of Pensacol.i. tne love'\
at him until his recovery Sh- found guest of Mrs. G. A. Nicolson. Only a
h doctor in a critical condition, al- small number of mariel friends wve.o
t(mgh he. was being properly ca-ed, invited to mee. the gues: of hono-.
tor. Mayor Bliss persona.y went loI Six- hand enchre was pla.,.'d, followed
see the doctor several tmWes yester-,. b a deliciotis luncheon.
day to ee that be was receiving al! Those invited to meet Mrs. Muldon
the necessary attent!ca. A number wer( Mrs. Nicolson, Mrs. George Set.
at other friends cuied on him also, pie. Mrs. Cyrus Stricklar, Mrs. Henry
md everything possible was being Tanner. Mrs. Gonzalez. Mrs. Richarl
done for him. lHaris. Mrs. Leon iLewmnian. Mrs. Wal-
ter Jennison, Mrs. John Evins, Mrs.
OMf EVELYN M. HEINE Frank LI-F:er, Mrs. George Holmes, ot
IN BIRMINGHAM. Jacksonville: Mrs. Thad leus Hort,,:.
The local frienAs of Mi.r F-'.yn M. Mr.. Wilm-r Moore, Mrs. William Ki-
Heine. formerly of this city. will read ,r. Mrs. Frank Prars,). Mrs. Harry
with interoe. the following compli- IHarman, Mrs R. E Mi'ler, Mrs. W. D.
wont from :he Birmineir.m Iedger's Ellis, Jr., M":. Frank olloand. Mr-.
aoount of an nt home" given hb Harry Bewic;i. Miss Lo Pitten. Mrs.
Cresent Lodg(, I (. 0 F. w'ich says: G-, rge Dex r and Mrs. John Graham.
"TLe o;en me r-ing ;.ae called to -Atlanta News.
harder by Dr. Pryr. IDozier nol.e grand
et the lodg(. Miss Evely-n H ,ie wcs EIRMINGHAM WEDDING
tima introduced. OF INTEREST IN ST. ANDREWS
"Miss Heine i~- a rare'y gifted young The fr:enis of Mrs. Frank A. With-
woman,and l aL.- "-aci'e. ,',r half "ea r,;l of St Andrews, F:a.. will be in-
civilized wi' ;d. I-',)r ian yarm .e r acooMipalied her b):;nii fa;1r uponA f her sister. Miss Iathrop. who was
hip concert :ours and her music wal vry pqpul-r whilv vi-'ing here last
eroywhere we:.inied. L1: niLt wi n'r. The Biirninghani News s.i:
@he gave several numbers, endiil. The homp of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
With "Anni I(Auri,:.a" :n encorc.j IAthrop wa.; the scsne of a brilliant
All the pieces were Scc(-h (diahlec home wedd:ng last evening at 7:30
eoms, aid wer warmly pi'o'ria;. (,cock. when their daughter. Mis
.Miss Reina Henhcrg ac-omipanie(d Edith Lathrop. was wedded to Mr.
ber Cpoa the piano,. James Arthur Siith. son of Mr. and
Miss Weinberg is on.' of the accom- Mrs. Arthur W. Smith. The wedding l
Ushbed anghters of Mr. find Mrs. Ju- was distinguishe-a for the largx bridal
1ius Hetltwrg who ornierly resided on lartNy in attendance. the elegance of
erLi Palatox, tbhi city. hej gowfas worn and the artistic sur- .
---- -- rounding which characterize a wed-
LEN PROMOTED ding in so handsome a home.
AND TRANSFERRED. The wedding was attended by only
First Ueutenant J. H. Layne. of the relativess of the young couple, who ar,.
Thirteenth United S'ate.s cava'ly. id-ly connecte. ind by ,he attend-
spending the week in rai.Intown, ,nts who were to have taken part in r
tkh his mother, Mrs. J.ai'ts Iaye, the church wedding at first planned.
sad sisters, Mis,--< Marr and Maui An orchestra furnish-.d the music. i
ltyae. Lohengrln's wedding march being'i
Mr. IAyr- seciur, I an appointment ; 'ayed as tht, bridesmaids descended
la the Artillery Sl:oo-l at Pensacola ,he broad stairs in the hallway. The,s
about a year azo. and bh bard worti frst three couples took position in the f
has vr-n promoti-n to the rank oft jall. the other thr-e? couples on the
first lieutenant of beer transforroei ,o Wa"r;ngton, on' Marie Smith, the groomn's sister: Miss
the staff of LiUeenant-Gen-ral Barry, N.'ji(,i Sklss. the grom)'s cousin; Mi' -
to wV.ch point he will go a- the con- Elizabeth Jemison. Miss Lillie Dren- r
clusion of his vi.it. ien. Miss Mary Anderson. Miss He!,n
As a boy Mr. :.a'-ne was always in- Van Hoose. Miss Elise Donaldson. Miss ,
clh'vd to the brm:.. and unliteid at Charlotte WVilliams. of Memphis. Miss
the outbreak of the Spanibh war, -. Kalte Smith. Miss Katharine Comer,
Iar service as a .riiate luring tn,e, Miss Anne Earle. and' Miss Bessie Le- h
J f

The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature a


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BEAUTIFY NEWS iFROM FERRY
o.. VO..-LxIO-


.NADINOLAC
TthE uuaQuML~w BEAUTMSIR.


.Delta, Ferry Pass, Fla., Oct. 2, 1905.
deItor Pensoacola Journal:
There seems to be no correspondent
fromthis place. Since the letters re on
Jameson and others, in justification of
our treatment of the sick tramp, we,
the natives of this "neck o' the woods,"
are not in It.
Your very popular paper has many
interested readers here and is almostI
our only source of news from the out- I
ADOLA G side world.I
(Formeriy Advertised anu Sold as The strict quarantine causes us man.
No change....ATIN FormulaorLA Packageinconveniences. though we are con-,
Srmu tent to hae it so, fully appreciating
avoid confusion, as we cannot afford ty from dreaded Yellow Jack.
to have so valuable preparation con- Business is e ll, our principal
fsed with any other.) work being the inspection and hatn-
NADINOLA is guaranteed, and money dling of timber, logs, etc., on account
will be refunded in every case where of difficulties met by rivermen in re-
it fails to remove freckles, pimples, turning to their homes through the!
i wer-spots collar discolorations, sal- cordon of guards, they naturally hes-
lowness. sun Tan, black-heads, disfig- itate to take the risks, consequently
u ing eruptions, etc. The worse cases delivery of timber, from up the streams
in 20 dahs. I aves the skin clear, has almost ceased. Stock on hand.9
-ef. healthy. and restores the beauty too, is unusually short. However, we
of youth. hope for better times soon.
Price, 50cts and $1.00. Sold in each iComments upon the fever situation,
i:v oy all leading druggists, or by! we deem superfluous from outsiders,
mail. land The Journal usually "kivers the'l
regard nly by ground" any way.
NATIONAL TOILET CO., Parisr, Tenn. Refugees and' campers along the bay
and other points, are having a protract-
Grande. They were erci gowned in ed picnic and a hur e lot of fun from
all accounts.
Nhite and carried pink roses. They We are all anxious to have the
v..ere followed by Miss Berry Lathrop. We are all anxious ha v ont
the brides younger sister, who acted schools open again. The youngsters
as maid of honor. She was in whit. have had a long vacation bd it's high
ith white sash ribbons, and carried, time they were at work, though it may
v. hite roses. The bride descended the be best to postpone the opening until'
stairs with her father. Mr. Frank the dangers from fever have passed.
Leathrop. On her arrival the maids We would be pleased to learn through
moved into position, forming a circle your paper the uocilsion of the board in
around the bride and groom, who reference to public schools in the coun-
stood under the archway in the hall. try districts at least.
The groomsmen were Mr. Ezell Frank R. Goulding.
Craig. Mr. Walliam Ma&ney, Mr. Frank Our citizens here are a unit in the
Lathrop, Dr. Gaston Torrence, Mr. expression of grief and regret for the
Frank Smith. Mr. Fred Bryant, Mr. untimely and violent death of our
Benjamin Reynolds. Mr. Brett Brown. friend and comrade, F. R. Goulding.
Mr. Hill Ferguion, Mr. Fred% Bowron, who was well and favorably known in
Mr. Robert Gregory, Mr. William Wis- this vicinity. For some years inti-
er M r. Robert Munger and Mr. Jack mately connected with us in business
Aer Mr. Robert Munger and Mr. Jack here, he was respected and honored by
Rev- James Duncan performed the all, and we are all in deep sympathy
ceremony according to the Methodist with the bereavea, family.
ritual. The ride in her superb gowi' A quiet, unassuming gentleman. Mr.
f wbite lace over liberty satin with Goulding did not prove an eminent
ts trimmings of duchess 'ace, was an success in business, financially, i. e:
de alive beautiful bride. Her veil was he did not accumulate wealth, but his
augat with a diamond cresente pr warm hearted and open handed gen-
agted to with a diaron cement rerosity was well known, ever ready
oers were t Ilrebs of the valley and to assist the needy, freely contribut-
maidoers were limits of tie valley and ng to any worthy object, or for goon.'
After the ny refreshmentsof the community in which his lot was fr
A after the fommmaty re res mentsl castm an cah
wvre servul. wita the ice in the boxes cast.ca
n %vhicii ar fastened n tnhe bags ot Among the old bnfederate-soldiers, tio
i. P ch re fastened tny eas f rComrade Goulding was held in high an
ice. Punch was served on the ver- esteem. A glorious record was his of cn
i da and coffee in the dining troo services well an dutifully performed su
The home, complete n it natural fur- in the days that 'Aioe the souls of men, ap
risings, was decorated only in vases manfully brwascng the storms 9f our an
if roses. In the dining room the table adversity unto hq last ditch; finally, of
ad a center ornament of a' sta ra
exhaustede. overwered, never whip-o
formed of red ornaments and ferns. ped With Lee, at Apomatox, he bowi- '
he display of wedding presents waed to the inevitable and after, n th or
an interestrm feature lasthe evening .. ... .. lls
.intresn fee th r va l.. days of the farce called reconstruc-
Smon th was a th- of sil. tion all legal moans having failed to wit
he gift of the Smith fa :mly ; a tea. ..the hu...le ofthats
fervce from ne th Lathrop famllcy; and .... ..
et.ce from the Lath.iop family; t Y and hideous order of misrule inaugu- the
nether tea service rm e s rated at Washington., and eminating ho
naui, Mr. Paul Earle. A weddiaug
book was usd for the igeatures of!pp i
11 the attendants and re-latives pres- I
Mr. and Mrs. Smith left during the AllM Fadcial to
evening for a trip North. Mrs.tana
unith's traveling suit was of dartk I LEUISH tab
lue cloth, with hat to match. On gra
heir return they will be at home with' pla
.r and Mrs. A. W. Smith on North Removed the
rwentieth Street. In Oneban
Lieu. and Mrs. J. 1. Bryan are now'I Week.
c buying apartments in the attractive ,
, sdence of Dr. and Mra. C. F. Marsh, o
corner Spring and Cervantes.
A telegram received last evening war
announces the safe arrival in New THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. dow
ork Mondayv morning of Mrs. Fred Be ntlola is the only harmless prepare- drat
SHowe an, Miss Ada Rosasco who tion that ,omplet iy obliterates ALL Pain
ft Saturday noon, facial bi dishes, traes of care worry, il-
nessand exposure. After a few app tea- ousl
lionof oltanMni beat. of oonth ,tn r t,


Miss Eliza Gold is up and about and
he: sistr, Miss Ruth is able to sit
up. after their illness.
0
Mr. ard Mrs. Carter and children
Leon and Vera have been spending
several weeks on the Bayshore. Mr.
Carter returned to the city yesterday.
Mrs. Helen Lewis of East Hill is

spending the autumn pleasantly wita
the family of Mrs. A. E. Morton In
Cambridge, Wis.
Mrs. J. S. McClure anl children are
visiting friends in Chicago, Ill.
The many friends .!f Mrs. Bonar,
wtle of the British vice-consul, regret
to larn that she is very ill.
Mrs Emily C. Smith and daughters
Mrs. 0. J. Semmes and Miss Bertie
Smith art enjoying life on the Bay-
shorc wht-re. hey are occupying Mrs
W. S. Kevser's summer residence.
Miss Katie Smith is still In the city.
Miss Emma Linday and Mrs. E. W.
Stephenson and little daughters, Jan-
etlf and Evelyn, who hav t been visit-
min Mr. and Mrs. F. Rutledge lAndsa:
left Sunday for Nashville where they"
I wll spend one week before going to


r their home in Chattanooga.
WN-PIECE FROCK FOR THE LITTLE KINDERGARTNER. A
The vogue of the Aah '-.ck .s one rk for adornmen. P:eats ar. Ak yon r and Vanilla er for Bluxtracte os. Takes
eatt w-il nietain sC (hr..chout the laid iindlr it guise or tucks. and lessm Flavors perfectly.
winter for the small child, ,--n who at- sttched han, as far as the waist-
li!ne, rt lea,- here. an 1~'st ;presse 1I
tend kindergarten In the mornings. It fat to to -' her. The emnbr-ider is MOTI
is tietoIn more and more the c s- used for a standing col.ar. with liti. I --
tom to make the changes in clothing rods of featherbone to support iL,
ccr''a-ry to mrt the weather ia the:fashioned eqauldttes on the shou!der-. For the benefit of our Warrington
tnd, rzarmnt-:'. rather than In the and serves to conceal the fas:ening and Navy Yard patrons, Mr. John
froc'.s. wrans being of vuffilient down the centre of the front. The Rance will solicit and delievEr any
warn.: to !_ :, the requ!rements of belt that is loosely passed around the orders given him during the quarantine
outo(i,)r wear. The smart lit :e exam-i hips is of stitched linen with a linen- for
1)'e :he p.c-urc shows qu!:o a heavy covered buckle. The sleeve is the THE JOHN WHITE STORE
wbt', "In(... ont of tho'e German 'usual modified shirt pattern, with a
rouni :--read wita~s., ';th a ,uch .or :mrrow cuff of embroidery at thel Low rates at Southern Hotel r |
(two .f hand roag-t EtglLh eyei wr:i.t rooms and board.


A Drop of


Flavor is a


Small Thing,


but it makes lots of dif-
ference in the taste of ice
cream and ice.a That's
why our cream is in such
demand. Every quart
has exactly --e righ. pro-
portion of each ingredi-
ent, and is absolutely
pure and clean.


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S.PalW. Phone 999


a f<
shoe
spra
amit
sale

01

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of tl
Sept
post
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Now Running in





The Sunday Journal.


&he Return of


Holmes


By A. CONAN DOYLE,
Author of "'The Adventures of Sherlock ftolnes," ".The Hound of
the Baskervilles,." "The Sign of the Four," "*A Study In Searlet." Eta.


ILLUSTRATED BY F. D. STEELEL -MbN


Each Story Complete in Itself.





The Marvelous Masterpieces of Mystery


which have been stamped as the greatest of


Twentieth Century Fiction.


You can't afford to miss these thrilling


detective stories. You can get them in





The Sunday Journal. I


om the hearts of a few "devils in-
rnate." a remnant of the old Aboli-
n school to force savage negro rule
d supre' 'cy at the point of tne bay-
et upon ,iar devoted southland, there
ilMenly arose a power mystical and
parently supernatural, still a power
d an eminent factor in the salvation
our country and its institutions.
ckAd in the hearts of the few sur-
rors of this God-sent band, is a rec-
d upon the rolls of which might be
scribed the name of our comrade
ih that of those martyrs who fought,
t for glory or empty renown, but tor
salvation of outr native lana', the
nor and dignity of our mothers,
rns and sisters and all things sacred
the hearts of true men.
n the winter of 1868, the work of
s band of patriots laid the founla-
i for building of the new south
d the stable government since d's-
lished from out the chaotic, dis-
ceful cess-pool of filth set up in
ce of a government at the close of
war, or when our armies were dis-
ited.
Yours, etc.,
KE H. ROBINSON.

Hlow to Cure Corns and Bunions.


first, soak the corn or bunion in
nm water to soften it; then pare it
n as closely as possible without
wing blood and apply Chamberlain's
n Balm twice daily, rubbing vigor-
y for five minutes at each appli-
on. A corn plaster should be worn
ew days to protect it from the
e. As a general liniment for
&ins, bruises, lameness and rheu-
tsm, Pain Balm is unequaled. For
by all aruggists.

OPENING OF THE

ASSICAL SCHOOL

t a meeting of the advisory board
he Pensacola Classical School held
. 25, 1905, it was found' advisable to *
pone the opening of the coming.
ion until more favorable condi-
s prevail.
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
Principal.
IB HH- -'-=**-*


J TERSELY TOLD *
BUSINESS LOCALS.


Headrlx & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 a. Strong, and 824 East IARua
streets.
McKin le Oerting Co., wholesale
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
the only first-class house of the kind
In Pensacola. Pair pricess to all.
Why use ?iferior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, F-ench Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's. 10 S. Palafox.
Low rates at Southern Hotel for
rooms and board.
NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
DAY.


Don't Let


Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,

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


Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,

or with necessary preventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.




...H00TON'S PHARMACY...


PHONE 1100


THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.


====


esu....u-;


FURNITURE OF THE

BETTER QUALITY.
When buying you might just as well buy high-grade
Fmuniture-the kin dI we sell. Lots cheaper in rth- end.
It wiH look well a and give the best of service o'r a life-
time.

BUY NOW, PAY LATER.


MARSTON QUINA,
108O&10 S PalaWoz St. Phone 148. Pensacola, FP&


Subscri fber The Journal, 1lO week


PASS SETTLEMENT

CITIZEN THERE PAYS TRIBUTE
TO MEMORY OF DECEASED
COMRADE, FRANK R.
QOULDIN.


Sherlock


and age falls like a mantle from th face,
leaving the skin soft. clear and velvety,
not a wrinkle or blemish remains. Beantt-
ola is eadorged by th Medi al Fraternity
Cheminls ad Zxpe"t Dermatologists. It
ha made faded. but o ee b autifat Iadips.
as youthful at forty ad ffty as they were
at twenty also used by men with the same
wonderful results. Beatola remove the
worst cases of BROWM. LIVXR BPOTs.
FR]CKLS. BLACK OADi PIMPLIC,
WRINKlK S. SCAaRS MAALL POX PIT-
TINGO and all DIPFIGURING BtUP-
TIONPA Priee o oents. EV1RY BOX
GtrARAIMID.
For sale by leading drugststs or seat
direct to
. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO,
Dept. St. Louis.
Peantlola book mailed free upon roques
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The JournaPs Classified Cash Advertisements


@-.-..nwt--aIuord 000 eh I


Me advLt~lelut tklrn for hle. thask-DIR~-


S- 0 fate by the ontot.


I NO MAN


I ENJOYS LIFE MORE


than the man who owns his own home,
whether in the city or in the country.


You Can Own

Yotu Own Home


if you will only start right. W have
started other let us start you.


Pensacola Ifnvestment Co.
a. u.~ mrrcity auagsu,
W.3.LVIWES Prus% L L.3 S1WWN Secwa"y.
J. L. STEWAN, V'..frMdel.dCm. -leKNOWLIS NYU.Treasurer

vis Sooft Palefox StroL Penacoaaala. loida..


REAL ESTATE


FOR SALE
7 room dwelling, west Garden, I i0o,
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $14

8 houses, renting $18.00 per tontl
.. .. .. .. .. .... ...........$1 00.
3 botues (n.w) reatiag 1.00 pr
month.. .. ... .. .... .. .. ..1


4-.. r. ,t .1-


TWO OOOD

INVESTMENTS

$1060.00--2 new houses and three lots
on W. Wriglt St. Conrpr prop-
erty and you cannot buila' the
houses today for less than $800.
$750.00-- rooms and hall West End.
White. ourth front; corner and
itoludes three l9ta.


If your heuse are vacant we can
4 room house, renting 17.00..$SOO. get you tenants.


Two 8 room homes, renting $10.00 Liset your property with us for sale.
per moth .. .. .. .. .. .. ....7. $2000000 to loon on Real Estate.
For Rent. '

7 roqm house, 91M E. Strong.... $1; L.S. BROW N & Co
5 room house, 413 Gulllemard 10.00


6 room house, 409 Gulllemard. 16.00
List your real estate with me for
sale.-
Rents collected and prompt returns
made.

LESLIE E. BROOKS


204% 8. Palafox St., Fisher Builuding

WANTD I HALP WANTrED For sale.
WATTWD -At once; schooner load of WANTED.-An intelligent person may CRHCK=i WHEAT produ es q e
iak and pine wood; Wss el not to earn $10 to $15 weekly in spare Makes fowls especially well lavered
te gk at Iemsaoola. but come to an- time corresponding for newspaper; Th cheapest food to be foma IL
char in front at navy yard and un- no canvassing. Sand for particulars. Mellen & Co.. Phone 884. 1
load there. Tigraph or phone at Im3 Northern Press Syndicate, Loekport,
expense -Wt y vessel can come. F. N. Y. 3oet3m FOR BALE OR RENT.-10 room
N. owell, phone 88, Warringtoun, house and 120 acres of good lad
pernsept.lwe for permanentreposition as located at Gonzale, Fa. Either t.-
byexpernced our local representative for the Medici gether or separately. Terms reason-
pearance for permanent poMition ao r, separately. Te reas- -
eOerD. ta-. P$ ,,.,. --. 7y "^" 1-""^I able. House maiy be rented temperr
SamMn Ad salesman. Good ret- Secret Cream *tor face, arms, neck and, abley. lHouse maW be Zachrey's of.
grom. Add-re 888, ere Journal. bust. The finest Massage Cream arily. App y at W. L. achre p .-
Ioculw* known. Address, with particulars of ee sep
yourself. Medici Secret Cream, South . .. r St "A
e want the public to remember that Bend, Ind. 3oct3t FOR SALE-I am Burglar P States Ae
we &M back at our old standlon East'go wholesale and toFB,
S g tWAl By chicago wholesale and Fixtures of all descriptions
gS nmmt stree, and selling gro- mail order house. assistant manager manufactured by Alpine Safe anS
is and produce cheaper than ay (man or women) for this county and Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
tbr fr in Pensaola. We mean a onling territory; expense money ad- Communicate with me for prices and
t we say. Geo. W. Pyor & vanced. Work pleasant; position per- terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
t4mapt. n.anent. Write at once for full partic- -lttt Moreno, -' -sacola, Fla.
ulars and enclose self-addressed en- 2Sjune.
WAN WD.-We can accommodate a velope. Thomas J. Cooper & Co., 132
few guests at an up-to-date mountain Lake St.. Chicago, Ill. 3oct2w* Do you value your 'th? If so,
tel climate delightful and good w Do ou value your
ter; moderate rates. Address F. D. WANTED.-By Chicago Manufactur- use our pure Blend of Cou,, "Dewey"
Cunningham, Buena Vista, Va. Ing House. person of trustworthyness andi Schly. New Orleans Grocery
1Septime eomewthat familiar wqIfh local territory Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 80
as assistant in branch office. Salary
PLUTOI PLUTO! $18 paid weekly. Permanent position. We have been with you in Pensaco.
Raw your system in good condition No investment required. Previous ex- la since 1874, and still intend to stay
4ad ye need not geer any disease. perience not ess"atial to engaging. 'itUh you and serve you with the beat
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for: Address, Manager Branches, Como of groceries at lowest .nar.
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. Block, Chicago. 3oct3w* iket prices. New Orleans Grocery
McHugh. i Co.. Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug2o
... .. I ier NON-UNION Compositors. Join the!
& HUAL, contractingpainers Million Club by coming to St. louis. FOR SALE-One lot of fine show
'B" s .... t Permanent positions guaranrcelJ TO cases, especially adapted for mil.
aity Residnc. ei mphonen 249 2 P- ccmpettnt men. $19.50 ptr w'ek of liner Purpo-es or for drug store,
castyT. Residence phone 249. 29ug.ft-ur hours. A dresss Emp .leiI also one lot of counters and fine
-Buriau t St. Loui Typotheuae, 410 N French plate glass mirrors. E. L.
WA lTED.-, ou to know that you -.- liourth S. St. Louis6,1o. Reese, 118 South Palafok. 2sep
buy nie., clean old papers at .his loct* ,
oe..ee choea. FOR BALE,-At a sacrtlee, t rmUture
) o WANTE!I-A prominent Monthly Mug store,. stock and counts. Call at
DO TO wan to WWb or inga azi:e with Iarge, highclass circula- 18g-140 IntendeCias. .
A gte wast a illbring woEdae l ti,,n, reqi,ires the service- of a local
lgs. T out 15 too il in t representative o look after renewals FOR SALE-One Choice block on top
0 dw.r- and increase subscription list in Pen- of t e ridge east of the electric
.. ow thtitscola. on a salary basis, with a con- railway, between 7th and 8th streett.
WANTBD.- everybody to. .. 'tinuing Interest from year to year in Nature has favored this section and It
or Blend of offe may be Imied, e busine crste. t p e ,,o ot Obe duplicated. A. V. Clubb. I
betce'tr Co. a ed.. Peore siraAle. but not essential. Good op- PLI.T. .PLUT.
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh. Prop. lportunhiy for the right person. AJ PLUTO! PLUTOl-
aug20 __ dress, Publisher, Box 59, Station ). Keep your system in good condition
WA- I.- The public to know that Nev York. locts, and you need not fear any disease.
Coff.... e- . -- -R e "-f Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
we are pioneer CoffeRoaster Co WATED.ob Printers; good job sale, wholesale and retail, byJas.
lorida. New orleans rcery c, ompositors can secure permanent MceHugh.I
Js-. McHugh, Prop. aug ;positions at highest wages tin an open
WANTED -The Merchants TranSfr! shop. working fifty-four hours per FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-fear. i
Swants r moving and hauling. Ample protection provided. old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
Abreakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor-Cworge I). Barnard & Co., St. Louis, Florida. No. 68.923. Also Some bie
se Prop. Phone 975. SJunelm. o it young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, alU
Sea, Prop. one .e IWANTED.-Parties in need of carpet- registered and transferred. Carl Set-
We want everybody to know that we ,er pea ring up pone No 776, terlnd. Chipley, Fla. 18ly
re wholesale and retail grocers ani o apply to l Redback, buslnes FOR SALE -Beautiful block In New
still a the old stand. New Orleans agent, rt om 1, old -Armory building. City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
Grocery Co, Jas. ,MLEugh, Prop. 1r-,C T o3r:2:i.
aug30. -- -- Apply to A. M..McMillau, Court Hiousa.
WANTED -Good cook. Apply at 43 aug
WANT -our electric work of all East Gregory. 23septw* FOR SAL--Kill the germs of fever-
kinds. Lostus clean your tans, r*- oravr a barrel of slack line to-day.
pair your dynamo. do your wirg. etc. WANTED.-Hotel cook;colored boy to Phone 367.rrel lac 4augm
Fbone 570. Pensacola Electric Co., cook in a small hotel, good salary; houg
corner Intendencia and Baylen streets, answer quick, for Chipley Hotel. Chip- FOR SALE.-My residence on East
Ljunela. ley. Fla. 19sep'. Hill, either Including whole block
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or,
WANTM ---Haul.ng and transtmr WANTED.-All young persons w! quarter block of five lots. Apply at
work. Oee phone 362. Residece are good s enographers or book- my office, Thiesen Building for furt-'
phone 390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. keep -.. that are seeking position' or er particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
Tarragona. 5mcah promotion to register with us irmme- 24auglm.
d:ately. We can secure you good po&-
PARTIES who want to rest boinsa itions We are haxiag m&re ca'is 00 TO TURTON for all ats V$im
teams or anything e *e for tea ,dai.y than we can supply. It will cot- Cameras tleae and saloded tree


200 Theisen Bld'g

"WE SELL LOTS'I


FOR SALE
FOR SAL,.-One 3% gal. young cow
with :clf 3 weeks ola', 1 2 gal. cow;
1 3% fgal. pat. churn; 1 pair platform
scales, 1 2 wheel pwsh cart. Apply
Hugh Maloney, 922 N, Davis St.
loctlw*
FOR ALJB,-I-1ro 1m aoute, corner
lst. &blocks tro Palafox. lot sj
192 oa car dae. For particuLars Ia.
auire oft 8taUdA4 Q0-ting Co.
29 JuSJ
FOR SALE.--Comic "Stegomyia" pos-
tal cards for sale at Whites Res-
taurant, two for Ave cents. Outside
orders will not be flllea' upless cash
and postage accompanes order. Or-
der quick. 28sept

Money to Loan.

Money-to- Loan
MONEY TO LOAN-k large or small
amounts on real estate, plain or en-
dorsed notes. Prompt service. L. S.
Brown & Co., 00 Thiesen building.
16sept.
MONYT TOL2BND-- an goo real es
tae security, or on good collateral,
at lowest rat Te &.elie o Broolas
Fisher buwdidg, 1ijal
MONBY .OAMNW M any ad .D
IUDds a VfoaaTtprt7. payabit
eklhy 4 *MIy. tWh s
aery. *** "WUs- 22 W
Govea4 sties. aisbury build iu
ea I. <31de

MONIY LOA ND t gogos freal o
tare eaulrit l*i my aouBt. U
is)le toad & Ca,

MONyT LOANED on ail kinds of perg
oonal property on short noticeL
Terms esay. J. W. Bullard, upstairs
28% South Palafox St., Phono 1144
5nov
UNUdM17sP amount t mos to Joan
as iands ofa personal property
as"pa tes to ibuwa men oa larg
ias IM Ne t York LaB Co., 20%
souts PRIasM.

Sehman's PawnSmo.
402 8. PALAFOX ST.
MONWT TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS
Watces, Chalns, Riags and all funds
st eonlatai seurity at lowest rateof
fterest. BargaiI a naredeemed



LOST.-A memorandum book on Easi
Garden street betweenn W. R. Tat-
lor & Co's and L. & N. freight depot.,
Reward for return to W, 1. Taylor &i
Co. 3oct3tI
LOST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near-i
ly grown. Liberal reward for re-
turn to Ben D, Beers, at Wm. Johnson
& Son.


LOST.-Thursday afternoon, one im-
itation alligator skin pocketbook
containing seven $5.00 bills; also num-I
ber of visiting cards with owners
name. Liberal -eward for return to!
Herman B. Whit,', freight depot.
*t~e~n t.


matter, will find The Journal Want you n:hing to register with us. MOux of chrrgs. He makes buet photo. _______
Ads a great help. & Munro, Proprietors. rhe Mobhie; 'rapb ia the south. 3 years a lseac
W Ters for Te Buness College, No. 62-64 N. Royal sr. Im. Miscellaneous
WANTED--Orders for Th Jowrnar St.. Mobile, A.a 15septlm*lln u
special Pensacola and Panama Canal 1 PmOR SAEkI.-Shingles and Wood fo.
edition. which will shortly appear. WANTED.-Trustworthy man toman-: sale. Apply to C. Ly. Creighton'j Al A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Ahn -
WI agitain half-tone pictures of city,, ae branch office and distributing d'. Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf. Malarial and Chill Cure. It cure-s
hah o- and special scenes. 15 6eats I, t for large manufacturer. Salary to' to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a;
Leave o-ers at Journal oBee. -tart with. $1500 `trst year, and extra'FOR SALE-South ha'f block 211 good liver regulator. You nee! it at
c coni.a:.-:fn and expenses. Applicant' fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by this time of the year. On sale at a:i
WANTED--SP cond-hand Corn. Oa niuust have good refert-E ,-s and $1(00 137- feet on Bay View Park; also druggists. or at Lewis & Co. East:
a&d cotton seed meal sacks. Out of cash. capital secured. Experience un -:south half of block 212, fronting 400 Government street. Price, 50c. 1
towa shipments eaoiclted. Write as recary. Address .Manufacturer" feet on 14th St. by 137', feet on Bay 13seplm.
F.. Melln & Co. 2At er St., i View Ark. The only property adjoin.' REGULAR MAIL LINr--Good conrey.
A. R. BINGHAM wants your stor ag p ing Bay View Park that is now for dance for traveling public. Daily ser.
sad hauling. He guarantees all break- .ANTEI---The people of PensacoLa sale. The beautiful view down the vice each way. Ftrom hipley to Bay-
ae. Phone S to cease worrying. Let The Journal bayou and down the bay can never be hea. Address J. M. Taggle, Chiplex,
--- -- Want Als soive the problem for yo'. obstructed. A. V. Clubba. 30jly i. 234mcfa
THE RENTAL BUSINESS is our Ti.ey are expe-: detectives, and can
saec:alty and your business wll find the man you are looking for i FOR SALE-Seccad-hand cash regl REAL ESTATI
bave careful attention. D. Hale WI. be is included In the 25.000 or 30.000 ter in perfect condition. Will 86 3 AL ISTAT In all parts of eity.
soe & Co people whica makes the population of cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can ona bay the ground and we will
SPensacola. be seen at James McHugh*&. mda tld your how longa tme pay-
BA .HOTleW--Open 0 t a"a day.
O~ AE uroipan plan. Rooms lightt and GROW GINSENG. large profits. TAILOING--B. I lnonl TDW .
GIST AND CORN MEAL MILLA 1s eLa Traslent toade solcted, IT1. Room in your garden. Roots for safe. ents clothing ltaed, pressed a4
GRIST A.N OA & 0 Pr 7 South Pala Jos. Write todaytor rau.Bucklst O e.
Min ietnuu O rn. ham's Ginsenig Garden, Zanesville, 0. O..-r-ermue St., Pesaa.,
COm" N MEAL AND PURE GROUND aug3mos.
S ST Kan feed from board d Roo FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred white ply. SAILMAKIR.
tbh home as mateaturer, encouragrg mouth rock roosters, also some eggs J. R. pOE C S=tV
borne industry. eooltribute to bone VWANT ': n or two roor,-7-r: men fo- setting. Address Anna CarlM, fi m
labor. md leave rr t I pre:,'',.. A; piy or address No 17 Sunny Bank Fruit and Poultry FarnE. ats awnings, camp stools sad bows
6W., W. LaRua. c;.y. ioc':lm*:.'ary Est.ier, Fla. Z8septlw* oO,. etc. Prices es.uabla. 31jaa


SOME'NIfE HOUSES FOR


RENT.
10-room House on North Hill..$50
715S North Bayln ............. 40
304 North Sprin.g............ 25
21 West Romana&............. 17
806 North DeVillier.......... 17
323 East Gadsden............ 15
1107 East Cervantes......... 16
314 East Strong.............. 15
238 West Government........ 15
1126 East LaRua.............. 12
310 East Romana............. 12
1ll South DeVillier.......... 10
215 South DeVillier.......... 10
25 West Romana............. 10


See our board for bargains in re
estate.


Money to lend at th6 lowest market
rate of interest.


FISHER


Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,
PHONE 87.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT.-A good 8 room house at
No. 121 W. Chase St., with halls,
front and back porches; all modern
conveniences. Apply to T. 'S. Caro,
city. loctit
FOR RENT.--Five room cottage with
bath and gas, 1107 1. Cervantes, two
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm*
FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner
Hayne and Wright streets. Apply
WV. S. Garfield. 27aug.
FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block out-
side city limits on county hard
road, with six room house; wind mill;
water pipes in yard and all through I
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. 1
M. McClellan, at First National Bank, I
Pensacola. 26auglm 1


FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner
Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
W. S. Garfield. 12jul
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o"
cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply tA R. M. Cary,
41 S. Palatox street. Tune
FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, I -
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 Bast Zarra.
gossa. mutt

Educational

WANTED.-My patrons to know that
my school will open at the same
place as, heretofore, as soon as the yel.
low fever situation will permit. Miss
Pattie Holden. 24espt.


ftotefsional Directory,
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PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
Attorneyeat-Law.
O-Am l qwLf5afNEU@11 inuiAu


Room 405 Th nleWi Bulldlin

THOSE. PEBLEY,
LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE 559.


Balwel Flordd and I Ulam Railway ti.
Carrabello, Tdlkamoo e eowgla Railruld 6
Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.


00
00 Southbound No. 1
00 No'. 3
50 Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m 7:50a.m
50 Lv Macon (C. ofGa. Ry.) 3:45&m 11:35a.ni
00Lv Cuthbert .. ......... 7:50a.m 4: C15pm
00 Lv Arlipgton........... 9:10a.m 5 :1-,p m
00 Lv Baikbridge.. ... ... 1100a.m 6:55p.m
50 Ar Tallahassee.. .. .......12:55p.m 8:40p.nt
50, Lv Tallahassee (S. A. L. Ry) 1:53p m 4:Ota.:n
00 Ar Jack'ville, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m .
O'Lv Tallahassee.. .. .. .... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m
00; Lv Socnopy *.... .. ...:14p.n 10:00a.m
SLv Lanark.. .. .. ** . 3:45p.a 10:45a.m 1
ILv Carrabelle.. .......... 4:00p.m ........
eal Ar Apalachicola.......... 7:00p.m ........


Northbound


dunuay Sunday
only only
No. 5 No.3
........ ... ..
....... .. .. .

6:20a n m ........
95a mn .......


12'7aarn i9 s.-Pin
241. a m. f 9i:-)tp.n
10:1anm 102.5p.n

Sunday Sunday
ontly n


No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Lv Apalachioola.. .. .. .... 6:30a.m ........ .. .. ........
Lv Carrabell.. .... .. ..11:30a.m 2:00p.m 6:00pn 4 a-n
Lv Lamrk.. .. .... ... 11:45a.m 2:2Up.m *6:45p.m 4:45a.m
Lv Sopchoppy.. .. ** *..12:16p.m 3:14p.m 7:21p.m 5:15a.n
Ar Tallahassee.. ........ 1:30p.m 5:00p.m 8:35p.m 6:20%.m
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
Ar 'pjllanassee(S.A.L.Ry.).. 3:10p.m 10:00p.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee............ :25p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p.m 6:35a.i
Lv Bainbridge.- ... .-.... 5:25p.m :27a.m Ar10:26pm 8:27a.m
Ar Arlington.. .. .. ...... 7:25p.m 10-16a.m ........ 10: 18a.n
Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Oa.Ry) .. 8:43pm 11: 55a.m ........ Ar11:35am.
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:3ia.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. IRy.).. 7:35am 7:55p.m ........ 7:55a.m
NOTICPE::-Trains Nos. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, foot
of Shotwell Strept, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
cn sale at the office of the Callahan Grecery Company.
*Train No. 6 will step 85 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEGG, R. C. SNIPIS, E. 0. ALSTON,
General Managar. Trav. Pas. Agt. Gen'l Pass Agt.
Tallahassee, Fla.


P. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Office, Brosnaham bufddlg. mat
to Penueola Busfsus Oeltge
Prompt attention always given
to buslaess. Pesasetla, Via.


F THROUGH SERVICE
WWW ~I L&N,,E.&T.H.and C.QLk


CENTRAL TRADE COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of tale
body on the arat sad third rednae
days of each month at 7:30 u a. All
delegates are requested to We preos
ent. Z. W. ROBMATA.
W. L. DElAT, o P~Mdet.
Secretary.
Pesacola Lodge No. L. of P.,
meets every Mouday evenlag at 7:30
6do'o t t0irh CCastle Hael, um t
Watson bulldu. corner Psalaf s and
Oardea street& Visetiag brwea gam
dially welcomed. ,
J. H. "WrOW, 0. a
I. HORBSLE.. IL a L & L
RathbMae Laodo NA
30S of P., meets every
Ju Tkqrsday evemla at 8:O
o'tlock thwg CANe
-hat, third !o;a. BBount
Watson buil4 a south.


"a2Vetiria Td Trlos Ithle
NAHVILL t5 OMIOA46
TaMOUOu sLFEPais gAV OOlaea
NEW ORLEAM TO CMiCM
L L M ..t.. F..-L s .BO %& M..


THE

SHORT LINE
....to....

Cl0frnia mand Northwest
via
Chicago, Omaha. St TLmlts and Kansas
City is the

Union Pacific


JI P S Iwet Sorner Pne wtr car and connections, with through sleeping
J,, P. STOKE% Garden streets VistlUg kCa n.t re .
Attorneyand CounRelloratLaw cordially welcomed, One-way colenist rats on sale from
108 East Government Street. aE U Septembr 15th to October 31st. 1D05
General Law Practice. ., of ITo California, Oregon. Washington,
Knights of CelumbuA. Montana, Utah, etc.
Meetings of the Special round trit rates to Califor-

ATTORNEY-ATLAW.e 3 are held at ir hal. tion at Portland, Oregon, unril S. p-
AtrORNEY-AT-LAW. areboldats e Irbal tl adtheI
Room 500 Thiesen B'Id. Phone 734, No. 8 West Iatenden' tmbeor a28th.
- -a street, em every A4k for 'rough rate from your
Monday evening at station and secure lILerature. In-
W ELSH & SM ITH, 7300 formen freely given
S3 Mondayf7 Aa is- foration freely 04vAn
citation is l;tetdp 3J. F. VAN RENS4B. rFR.
DENTiSTr to visiting Kn!ghts. Goniral A .nt
Fisher Building, 204/ South Palatox JOHN B. JON W. 13 Pachtre- St., Atlanta. Ga
Street EDM. FOX, Grabd Knlgbt 0. W. ELY, T P. A
PHONE 525. Recorder. .
....Pnsass. LegMe...4.LO0. Pensacola, St. Anrows and
DR. JNO. M. TILLER, Pensacola oge Noacola, 4, S.. 0.s
meets every T1hursday evening at 7:P
Dentist. at the new hall on West Gariesuv Steam p Ge
Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86. str Visitings b 'cord' 8TEAMER TARPON
SB. Ri WITK.OVS .G Secre W. G. BARROW, Master.


WM. D. HOWE,

Attorneyand CounselJorat Law
401 Thiesen Building.

Pabst'


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has not equal _
Sold Cvz where.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.
Leader in Imported Wines
andI pl w U s
PHO" "7IM
e., 131 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
PENSACOLA. FLA.


REBKKAH SISTERSk FREIGHT JEP RkViCE
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekahh 1&. -Betwoen-
tem creets every Monday ight at
5 o'clock i I, O. 0. P. ML. Viso PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHb.
tfag sisters cordially invited to -e COLA, CARRABEL.LE, ST. AN-
present MRS. S. DeTHATYR. DREW, MILLVILLE.
1188l MAMIE FREZMAN. Secretary. And all points n St. A.ndrews BSy.
A.o. 1 meetsefit Carrabele and Apala.hicola.
M. Z. B. A. No. 81 meets ret anC SCHEDULB
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. Leave Peasacola Sunda 8:I0 &
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Inten im. ur M l. Ala.
dencia Street. I Leave Pensacola, Tuesda) 8:30 p.
A. 0 PELL, Pre. n. for S-. Anliews. MiLv;.ie Ap-
J. L. SWEENEY. Se. iacicola, Carrabelle .ad into aL.e',ia
points.
W.O.W. For additional lnfo:'matlon apply g
lJve Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W F J. t. SALNI. I.
meets In Pythisa Hall 1st and 3r!' Z. R. COBB, Prea.dent.
Wedneadays In esac mouth. Visitias Gen. Frt and Pass. Ag:
sovereigns eamdalaly favitsd Pentcola. na.
7. A. D(IHtH C.


F. A. BROOH, CH, C. e

W. 0. W. C., Oak Gr2ve, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets la&t Thursday
of each menth at 3:30 p. tL. 3rd floor
Wftinn building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garde, sttrem. V!sltln.
sovereigns cordially Itted. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,
Guardian.


Manufacturers of
arid Dealers in
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SHINgLES AND KILN-
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THE PENOACOLA JOURNAL 'TtItB**Y MORIINO, OCTOBER I, 1 0s


STREET CAR COMPANY WILL
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PresidenL Northop Says Ordinance
Is Probably Better Than What
Next Legislators Might
Give Them.


EAL ESTATEll


SHIPPING NEWS

Ve L-- IN PORT.
e ,steanmhips.
Harold, Nor as, 1435, Aos, London.
Hesleyside, Br. as, Bedlington. 1687.
Bt. Vincent.
Ida, Span as, Aranao, Liverpool to
perly. Gulf Transit Co.
k is Riplingham, Br ss, Heworth, 1649,
Teaereiffe to Fr. J. Schreyer.
Maaba. Br so Hollidavy. 1608,itS. Trinlflad


FInureLie


of having the home sold under a mortgage
may be avoided by a small annual inv-st-
ment in a policy in The Equitable. Let us
tell you how.
Gen' Agnts
Knowles Bros. Pensacola


l .u " II, Th S ar S.tPea- ,,m to Pensacola Lumber Co.
1 'u.... *\ \ The. OI Steam Br. as. Labelia, Watson, Verra Cruz. ... -----
I f IT WILL GO INTO EFFECT THURS- Following are the real tras Keyser&Co 1913.
'- fers for the week endIng heptiber SnhhIp-
S : _. DAY, OCT. 12 AND AS IT IS FAIR 30, 1905, furnished The Jour|al b- lb Kaiser Gen skip r 1180, BI'
STO BOTH RACES NO OPPO8- S. Brown & Co.: 7 L Phone 114 men to Master. Union Centr
boy T BOTH RAES NO OPPOSI J. N. Andrews to Willie T. Xnysmmar".TI
TION ON PART OF COLORED Lot 16 in Block 109, East Kl. Tr t
East of Tarrangona Street, $470. Dbarwar, Bwd. Bk., 1271, Glssen,
WE INVITE PEOPLE IT ANTICIPATED. E. D. Bryne to Mr. Bee C Antwerp, to Pith Pine Lumber Co.t a l owner death rate, lower e
W EP Pman, N. % o SW. U of 8W. U of Se _M. Garibaldi, Ital Sk, Ageno, 1348, rate ti a. ..
4, Tp. 5 N. R. 31 Weet, nta ng 12 N Gloucester to order Capt. retter- rate th y company
MOTHRS OF B S un ThundiLy, Oct. 1., e new "Jin acres, $250. .. IiIiip )TlL senor. bltG E.uayra. KeserC & Capt. 1268Patter-
MOTHERS OF BOYS Crow" ordinance will go into effect, S.A. Bell to PMlp 4W. part RRT-mb I LLS,. en, .uayra, K er & Co.., 126.
and in the meantime the Street Carof lot in block 17, Old City ava .. a .Los Nor bk, Iaksen, 1227 Wa
o. con... wt.h th,,Ir Company 1is preparing ti comply with, ag rntaelof7 feet of t tIa W O vl a ... -- c il n.B s. .LnS
b an e th. e su.ts. t~E. line of said lot being 134 o Mauf atUm rs ground to A. Zelius.
President Northup stated yesterday Alcaniz Street, $750. MOBILE, ArABAMA. Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
-- that he had no objection to the law Executors of W.. .Iber to Rotterdam.
as long 10 it was fair to both race, Thomas Wilkerson, Lots 9 & 10 of ..._iSarkentines. ,,,,,m...____________._
Sand that he bad not thought of fight. block 68 Westjlng Trc, 4M- A V Alfa Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen, -----..
The ing it When asked as to the proba. A. A. PFisher to Aar. .S. Johnon. V lV T.C G Ceara, Brazil. Wg 1a WAOC XaA
ability of a boycott by the negroes he Lots 21, 12, & 23 of block 37 5 skt A t
If w w~s e. . stated th he had heard of none, anj! King Tract, uast of Tarragona Dtoris,, ichWke, 310 adn Il
Joht White thik that there would be0.Naval 8 f maDor, B a, HW e. 310 Havana I on W works and S
Sany, s the colored people knew tat me t eo. P. Wetwoth o 21 savannah, Oct. 2.-The naval Elma, Br sch, Henebery, 299 H- Manacturers and Repairers
neither he nor the company was 22, and 22 in block 22 West Kini aval
any way responsible for the py wassage Trn as per subdivision o blo stores rket losed today a o Hlmar, Am sch, Axsn, 55, Key MA HINER AND
i7 lY Wetpo WGble for the passage Jl. ,.ebl,. 1.J..oe ..i.ia$1. o w o W to Gul Transit Co. o FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAM.
2a 27 S. Paldozl of the ordinance. t WW .........................5 66 Geo. May. Davis, tlvere, 554. STAMSHIP REAIRS A
The same rules governing the sepa- 3tions.O TaAiP M Sn ReP S A
Phote 2 ration at the races when the state Thomas Howard to LN ...... B..rook.. ........... 4 90 Prompt attention en a r
law was In lect will be observed Lot 22 & South % of Lot 21 block 131 ..............COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Lo
I'mI that Is, the uite passengers will ride East King Tract East of 7*rragona K............ :..........47 5 Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Chains of all descriptions.
in the front end while the colored Street $1 and other considerations......... 4 70 Honey and Tar as a throat and lung ffee Phone 123. P
passengers will ride in the rear Thos. Pebley to Jacob Kryger, North .......... remedy, and on account of the great Residence Pone 1029.
LailI.e i 1A There will be a movable petition, al- 38 feet of lots 1 & 2, block 31, New m er t and popularity of Foley's Honey ...t 5ttt
uVW sted to meet with the demands of City, said property having frt of ........................ and Tar many imitations are offered.
SJ I UGrocery o pulbltche fee a t on East side 12th Avue by .......... for the gunulne. These worthless l.m-
r P ide t North fiurthr taer depth of 80 feet on South side .. .............. stations have similar sounding named.
1a that he wa notprepared to say Gregory Street, $500. 3 70 Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Xqm W4 FUac 61'CK whether or not he believed the cou-. spirits Turpentine 6 to 66% cents. age Ask for it and refuse any su..-. lR
He said th Mr. Bount, whoIs THE PAPER DOES y dt C UA yeoIOSITY IS NOT AL
r w ci badL aom riht *1tom- pass n.he ordinance T1lE PA0FR coughs and colds. W. A. D yAlemberte U
company 7 attorney dwas out of th COST ANY MORE COTTON Drugist and apothercary, 121 South w pay Iyo to investigate olr prices 1
7et3 at present, and did not have the NOr ICOST ANYMO RE COTTON qt,, r Pno apoth
Jo t metve-M akerl, Spare Rib, time to look Into the matter befo. vThe following otto quotations are Palafox street.
SBole Corned Beef, Cod leaving. "It may be possible," he reported for The Journal daily by C. Hardware, ash Doors, Blnd
14 New Raisins, Herring in Keg, said, "that the ompanyv could enjoiti I SEND BY MAIL AT T"9K SAME Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker, OMMISSIONErF S
e Herrta, Black Olives, Sea the city from interermg with our PRICE AS FOR DELIVERY IN ensacola, Fla.: .. We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick Li
"U^ipk Cod Ush, Hallibut, Bloaters, business, as street cars are common PRICE AS FOR DELIVERY IN "" Fa
hs Onlaons, Olives In Keg, Dill s and there Is no state law gov- THE CITY. Good M n.. ..........AILED TO M tT We can save you money on ev
VIddes, hack Greek Olives, Sauer erning ttae separation *f races on Strict Middling... ..........10%
Kina, Sou Pickles, Francis t.egget1 street cas, but in the event that t'eh ec s a ny-.......... .........10
& C..s .....tedgrand of Canned, company did succeed in !his the st ,t q The Journal receives a great many MgSicdling. ...................10 "I.. .
.....n is. Lob s legis Colu undoubted nquies s to the t hvng The Strict Low Mddng........... PECIAL MEETING TO RECEIVE S aunders M ill C
Gooadimr, andTips. Lobsters,:,leislat ur Is nex .ound oubtel poas aJournal mailed outside of the city. Stains and Tinges % to 1 cents lowerS > v w
Salmon, Shrimp, sters. Clams. Im- law at Its next session, whic h wo Some people are under the impre TAX BOOKS HAD BEEN
ported Sardines. alian Cheese. Ital. probably be worse for the company son that theri an exra cost at. Nw Yo otton. Offices 29 East Garden Street
bm Paste, Spanish Canned Goodsthan this one.".. _o,,tat theseIsanercstke t New Yorklufttion,. CALLED, BUT NO QUO-
White Beans, Red Beans. Butteri Captain Northup says that the press tacked ito it. -Thils Isto a mistake. s 7it New York, Oct 2.--The allowing actor North aaox treet
Seans. Dverything new and fresh. enut year has been one of the worst Journal Twill be ma iled to any address a the ruling ttdh quOtitions to- RUMWASPRESENT.
-" financially ;* th' companyv's history, at exactly nthe same price paid to have day: '
..... ----- The recent boycott, the Sunday base- the paper sent to your owh door in O1 fi m n 0,O..close *-* r *****
NEIRllCDlIs^ AA ball law. the yeliow fever, all tenl.d Pensacola in the morning. ctober.108 10.25 A special meeting of h County!
r to work greatly to the detriment, of Many of your friends or relatives comber.... ~ ...068 10.53 Commissioners was e: for yeerti
U-rA r an a-e e the street car company. areoity. Wy not eep January.v .. 10.59 day morning but as -, I'reon!
Under Nhwt r eor mu..eThe worst part of It ;I," said Cap-, themposted b havi nThe Journalu two members who rt p:1 0kme- O O Lan
A delightftul reort Immune from, tan N orthup'"is that although our sent to them It theheapet au4 I. ing was not held. Tio ii-,1-e of the
trer. offers to refugees elegant ac-.` rep are greatlareucdItis easiest way to write letters, ..e !Lqetnrwstl. Oct. 2.-The fOllwi..g .,, t,
.omodations and board at $25 per youposi re greatuy reduced su is All you have to do is to se.d us the o4frol, Oct. 2.The foldw ... w c .to. Te .v. t n -
smonth. r7.50 per week. Everything possible to educe the expenses subscription, and the money, and the are the r ling .co4,ftatos today: b lth coverunt ..il. ,h- nr mn, GonHthly 04#WB IM gld
rst-cl .. .. paper will be mailed out. OVen Clos meeting which falls diiu one week O -Corner ase an Tarravn
,D- DEATH They will surely get more than .. .. .. 5. from today. The quara,., will un-
-- ...." ,i, I .iioiY. II iY STEiRDAYi forty-five cent's worth of enjoyment .e .... ...... .54doubtedly seriously N. i ,6i4th the
SDper month out of the paper, so why eme5tidlgiseros w(,i't
SOf G 1US GOLDBACHU not send i. meeting again next w -
AA A i The Journal tell them all the news A CARD. Some Seasonable Advice. .... .
I, il l jl l -l and in detail, too-Just as they want This is to edr tiat aH drugglits It may be a piece of sunp, :iii us ad- i A
To accoV WELL KNOWN YOUNG MAN EX k. are authorized to refund your money vice to urge people at this :ason of P MHm P 1
It Foley's Honey and Tar falls to the year to lay in a supply hamber- I I
k = PIRED AT 81G BAYOU OF cure your cough or cold. It stops the lain's Cough Remedy It i a;i'mosr
0 m rl & c 1 11 "A'I lH C.T Cough, heals the lungs and prevents sure to be needed before w,\ er is E. 4WLAWENt, Pmster. No. 8 West Ro
lllll = COMSUMPTION. III serious results from a cold. Cures la over, and much more prom,' :1 :, sat
S mokIUoV ke yest W HAT TO EAT grippe cough and prevents pneumonia isfactory results arAe obrai;n; when
HC --- Gla.w iselk n Is very often a hard question for the and consumption. Contains no opi taken as soon as a col is '-acter
S* 5 Gus Goldback, who is well-known int person to solve who is afflicted with rates. The genuine Is in a yellow pack. and before it has become s I. n the I
SPensacola died yesterday morning at a weak stomach. Experience has age. Refuse substitutes W. A. D'Al- system, which can only .. ; yf 1 m ili Will :1 )Y
Drives = the home of his brother,. Victor Gold- taught him to select his food with emberte, Druggist and apothecary, keeping the remedy at !a Thins Will Ua, UB
hack. who lives at the head of Big great caution or else suffer from at- remedy is so widely known i a! *
Bayou tpcks of Heartburn, Bloating, Head- together good that no one .,: A
SW His death was due to comsumption ache, Cramps, Indigestion, Dyapepsi. Thi WasS We Aswer*. tate about buying it in pr,.r to OU U UL .Iode 1
Aa y K;W 5 from which he had been suffering for Vomiting, Costiveness and BIlfioWs. Some years ago a question was un- any other. It is for sa!e by all l .;"g-
Aomp time past. He died at 4 ness. Strengthen the digestive or- der discussion in parliament as to the gists.
OSi toes. o'clock a. m.. and was buried a the gains by taking a dose of Hostettert seed of havnlg county court Judges In O 3V0 8 as Range in the 1
Head of Big Bayou, pending the rais- Stomach Bitters before meals and be Wales who could speak the Welsh lani D ~ r I AKl F7 reDlect On the Comfort of workDi
... ..in" of the present quarantine regula- made well again. Insist on having guage. Some of the English members ~ L* o IV1. G UIN .ILLL r i. .. wok..
tions. The body will be brought to ai- tended that there was not the slight. comfortable kitchen. You 11 like
_|itke .a W B--the city ter and Interred in the fain- t necessity for it. An Englimb speak- t f h
Smoke and Be the ystlater and interred the that HOSTEofTER'S frh* S ,',
ily burial place in the city. 11o ngjudgewouldin allcasesdoexactly to the public in the treatment. n ai CK N AA
= yoiun man was well known and haa a STOMACH BITTERS well. as a -at u they l. fever cases. Refer.ncs: -
rPr tdl n.mana friends here. STO C H IE.IAbraham, a Welsh member, hearing dnt' Roosevelt, Gen. Westonr. ..CO
A Judicios Iqiry. w i_ this, at once sprangto his fee Gen.; Gen Hunimpris, Q... en : P E N SA iC O LA G
Ar udis Inquiryeull"es.hotlssnsidir Jod.Wheeler, all of whom I
5 its theldrug traei ayh hs often the matter. Here we are in the county treated. Also to Dr. .Jas. Hr r 27 East Garden Street.
=h rggt ia courthouse t ysymaengwyn. I a to his ability. I succeeded Lr 6
ITTlLE : dl Did It Ever :-:7.-g*,t-': *r**- -------,^*
hle IL-c I -htther It was wanted for a chl or 1 the county court Judge. He, In the for tnhe nite Sta..s arm;. I (a.....
for an adult, and if for a child they course of the case, asks me if I am pre Sneppardt dru40 Sort ,
Knai pmi almost invariably recommended Cham- A pared to swear that the boots delivered Re p. Mp GOdg r \F7 r
In ul lInL I n I 1s 1 brlain's Cough Remedy. The reason A r fl V -u to the defeat or the pe of whis ---- ,
II m lnllJLll ^= for thi6 is that they know there is no V vI, V 1VI I sue, were rights and lefts, or both TO THE TRADE ." m ill
l ....... ... danger trom it and that it always lefts, as the defendant alleges. n .co quarnt.n, we 4 I I p i
C, I C cv .res There is not the least danger thathat is a delicate question which I, On nodraen to stalih a II
Skiing it, an for coughs. old a an air of prosperity com- with my partial k of Engi sh, otsundern s ae o a i same .
ITH.EIN.. croup g is uns.uurpash. For sao ae ... ..t do not trust myself to answer except yoked We will make atl oil an
IS THE KINA al druggi-ts. Yu expression "'i yo St In my nativetongue. Therefore I say: grain shipments; from Moil-e. A-
OF ALL ting -,r.----. m m th nr o d a n "'Cymmer danbwcch, ar gwastad Same will go forward prmnipti ... N J I T
OF ALL = --________ L~ gta more with yor diamod claw d liest twlch; pen-dre pistyll a s your orders Lior high urade ,0 il adl chel No S
-- f'-- -tha I IV m ond s y u and its a yt o d n bw lch dw y hafodta l lech w edd Ypyt. l epm"R E O IL C O ,
= : IS L n i 14septim. J. F. Davis, A .
-_ TY_______I________Appns m i.bt drede the o u You Are Welcome Here. OS long as you drin
-- /I JY ONl Spesial to The Journal. rassment stole over the face of the dis. Come $o Mihiian and es ap, "O
Olive, Oct. 2.-There will be a fihm turned bht very attentive attorney genr Yellow Fevr Tie H-_ot :.--
-- fry at Merphy's ill next Thursday e vw WW ral. "what does the honorable and field at New al :im)r- M.ch; a
Emc 5. All are cordially invited to at- Aw. learned gentleman sa to that?" e tor Bay is oandn hummer an,! wi(, "
om at l a oem ra s-V
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IL .,_ a u Mr it, and i"'t ide'tr-. su h ladno further objection tomake. C. A.MARONTETTE. Prop.
Lewis Bear ILe Merritte-
Hes a is trout; r Inobuying. K'a .**e as Thba. BIDS FOR UNIFORMS. The Official Whiskey of the United Stat
E Merritt were the guests of Miss Ann -nIIFORMS
= Creighton Sunday last. Don't go to Mr. Credit Store Among the anecdotes tokld by a biog. Saeled lild- will it- rceiv 'y
SMr. Robert Merritt had a very u- and pay one-third more for the b apher concerning John Leech, the fa. Board4 of Saifty ti, P h
Spleasant walk down to Mliss Jerni- same quality. Come in and see mous Punch artist, is the following: until 3 olock .In.-day af. UL
AcentS. ans last Sunday evening as the rain our line of On one occasion whes in the con. October 4th, ', inter I
was falling vcry fast. try on a sketching tour Mr. Leech paid of the Pole and Fi-e I pr' .I
I 114t1. Ii r* -.* Mr. Ed Williams aid Mr. Levy CLOTHING, HATO SHOES a Visit to a traveling waxwork show the ity of ih' P n Is Tlil n Af
----- ... .. Creighton were out looking at .ae AND FURNISMIIGS AT which happened at the time to be a to reject any anil a- AGENTS.
beautiful country of Pite Forest 'nd CASH PICES. the village. The proprietor of the wax. Cto reject alIn M ul ''"-
S also the pretty girls Sunday last. t
iti he IPRn aTtOe exhibits pointed to a very Escambia Lodge No. 15 F. & A. M.
-n own Sunday last. a .fgtteurated Ag with an order _Mem,-rs -E '
.....B ..." illH. 0. ANSON n"" ..Go The Journal deliver
-TE- P CPri. "'Why. I though George I V.w of the te Li.-i c .
RANCES t. contracted by any one in our Phoi 297 M...%. e r wWtt e W. G. DAILY. Socrar. t e ci
a o n'Iploy as manager or otherwise 0 n P be val_,ery fats -. __
AL .m P&ofourm ark ets. d a = # ryoo thMWrt ts OM #lo Low rates at Southern Hotel for
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