The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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y Aeseciatod Prees.
New York. Oct. 5.-That the;
Smtoudiag total of more than $2,500.-
n O0.W have been paid as commissioLns'
by the Mutual Life Insurance Com
-ay to two members of the family;
of Richard McCurdy, president of th-
company, and the promise of Dist'<( t
Attorney Jerome that the insurance
scandals will certainly be submitted
htaer to an extraordinary grand Jury
were the sen.atioal developments in
the isuraee situation today. r
It was brought out in the testimony I
A hatoir. the legislative irsuramce con-
lttee tWat Sbert H. McCurdy. sen
at Wig~h4 McCardy, had received as J
~. : i as on foreign business 1.-
Sas domestic buAleesc
4dU1R, aMe that Louis A. Thebasd.
'- dte . Mahard MoCW ry. had a
"- swesmil sa agrwate ofat its., a
BsiSouas t from the company. It '
wa asao brought out that Robert M,- o
Curdy expects his income this year tc t
be about $110.000.00.
Previously W. F. Thunmaell, attr, t-
ney for the Mutual Life. testified that t
he had paid to the chairman of t'_; d
republican congressional committee t "
$2.600.0 cash as a camrnaign contri- !
y butioa. a
District Attorney Jerom > announced "
ina court that the scandal would lr 'I
submitted to a grand jury and sa5,i t
that the inquiry by ith lezislaTive '
committee tad shown "Grieater moral
obliquity and moral obi .-.ncss h1v poP--
1 sons important in the business world
than did the shocking revelations r,- r
garding thb Equitable late lnsuran'.' q
Society.' 'L
/Another incident of :,day wna the !h
publication of a letor f.-eni C 'arl"'
Hughes, cwnsel for :,.c lcgis''ivcL
committee trying that .las. H Hyvc. r
former controlling s :ckhiolder ol !'
Equitable ,%Guld be shown no discrint-"
ination before the committee. t




By Associated Press. I
Philadelphia. Pa., Oct. :.-The Car-
riage Builders National Association
today elected officers and decidedJ to
bold the next annual -ieeting in At-
Ina an adcrees by David M Parry on
the "Pressing Probl ms." read fi his
absence, tho cause of conflicts be-

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W Marianna Oct. S.-F. A. Richardson s
OVERPOWERED AND ARRESTED W I fU ceived at the hands of I. C. Pelt about W
three weeks ago. h
Judge McKinnon summoned Messrs. w
Social to The JournaL around for only 10 cents a drink. .Judge Mert o s ummoedeld J W Miller Pul 4
Marianna. Oct. S.-Sherif Hayes When ordered to hold up their hands i-SUl Alo t e- Long. G. W. Horne, JH W. A. Bowle and u 4
Lwis received a meaage over the they opened fire on the officers who Thos. Conley as a jury. After view.-
phone late last evening that a rang returned it with the most deadly ef- M 8 t8s I g the remains, hearing and examln- b
Phone late last evening that a...ng fet. Two negroeA are dead and one --ngthe teatlmonY, the Jury brought in
or negrmes were carroasing up near Mt. hasa broken leg. Nearly l he r in the t mon te jry broght in
Tabor church. He quickly gathered of th s gang were taken in custody. PEOPLE LOOKING FQOARO TO
a posse and went to gather these black Miss Susie Liddon aId not leaveyes- P P L N F A F
When he arrived he found a camp ably detained by the sickness of her ST A
fire burning. a crap game in progress. brother Charles, who was to accom- GREAT OEAL OF 4NT ST AND
and one fellow was passing whiskey pany her.

MAII OR P flIENT O By AssociatedI

NOT MII D? THE W iiANew Orleans, OcL
NOll MI001_ --i.HWiuAlHl l -.lowing is the ofcial lt to "
I e | ew cases today,; ";t to Slayer of the Conditt Faily CanR-
That s ti T bl Youn -" !/n date, 3,122.
hnt IS u s ionTfOblingYoung U ii Dea thstoday, 3; total to t Bit FuMd ad Search
iian in Gina and He U I ILUNew foci, 6. Is A"a ned. to
Man in Georgia and He Cases under treatment 193. -V a
Ash for light Cases discharged, 2,521. I ra
"UwO. Uuun vIeGB u4mtlo UI r^^^^. ^ ^" Houston, Texas, Oct. 5.-The reports se
a a. O.Lo t n-i-n _d |...n.* ,"____- I from Edna today indicate that Monk of
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 5.-"I want to hi t e 8d aind StallS 8 Death Rate tis L-5e Gibson has escaped and no trace of ed8
know whether or not I am a married h .. New Orleins, Oct.. the negro has been reported since pi
nan." is the burden of a letter which u b. e I ofetal tes,.4Wl withtmae Sunday. The town is quiet sad maniy 1 C
reached Attorney General John C. t citizens who abandoned the search w
Hart today from a young South Gear- pompblic.l iof new when the troops arrived, have return- jI
sgan. New York, Oc 5.-Joseph Ramsey, ca W a ounced da public e, to theireoccupations. The reports st
The writer o the letter, whose nam Jr, was today removed from the pree. to believe that thee l teld- saying that Gibson d5ot M but
rte Hart declined to give, state he idency of the Wabash Railroad Com- ed in the o lal e had been riteda away by the oSow
alded ain ode county, while the young pany ata special meeting of the ,A. many ofSiply ean .Tbe the searhs are fet ral, 2
roma who coamuted to become his reetOr~ here. F. A. Delano was elect- Mari Hoi-,t0Ma,. thb l rded. I
r.e Iwbe in aauher. He procured ed his successor. 1ght directors, In- pIbably tis Al ug g ,
marriage license In his own y eludint Ramsey. were resent at the o
tead of that la which the yg ng v f- s %a. M~esla b, ia.gy l
'.ed, as is required by law. the eere- Vrs- ed lr a -troSt rs with GOe*r5e1~i a i
>aer) was du pertored andG the cer- Gould for control ot the road. /l the prtmv l tnfsd b thviitatn
iflcatse signed by the minister. Ramsey after the meeting said hisih oulad ae a e take ha hiI to re. fm di rent parts of the state aWre
Now the ordinary of the county in remove l was entirely illegal as the port an actual ea. Oilng. If the present declines to cW
which the young lady lived has ques- meeting had not been properly called. The arrest of Dr. Sabary, a well remain for a night banquet, an after re
ioned the validity ofthe marriage and He. filed a protest before the boarl known physItian. ehsargd with failure noon luncheon will be substituted. ov
declares they were not legally marria e .a- ,,. -, c report a case of yellow fever makes The MissIhlsppi Summary.
cause the license was not purchall m 4i V't o' fo sr 9 1 n.cal meeting and ,' second instance of suc~2 roseeu- To. Mis., Oct. 5-The Mississ-
a that county. This question as te net tes for this meeting were on. It Is alleged t hat this failure re- ppi fever situation tor the twenty4out T
he validity of unty. Their marriage hstion as called Wednesday night. The pro- lted in the serious eposure to infec'ho period is as follows Port Gib-. wi
rhe aliy disturbed the yourig couple an te.t was overfu*i., t'iesldent-eiet *,n of a large number of persons. on 13 0 ew aes, o. death; Ham- to
,rally disturbed the your couple In13 new Va n, e d eth; H am-
ittle, and the groom hastened to writ -- o c...co are t r ta Another hidde* som's of if-etlon- brtg three new a onse su pteious
he attorney general and ascertain the ce. was uncertain today which.is respon- case; two deaths expected duringed
taus of his ase. No Rerted sible for many cases of fevdr oiSouth night; Natchez six new cases, five new
Minds Set at Rest. Cholera Reported. Dupre street. The quarantine news foci; Gulfport three new cases; Vicks-.
The minds of both bride and groom By Associated Press. today is of a favorable character, an burg four new cases; Roxie four new wo
,ill be set at peace by Judge Hart's, Berlin, Oct. 5.-Another day passed increasing number of outside points cases; Rosetta three new cases and se
eply. While it Is true the law re- without a case of cholera in Germany. showing a iAsposltion to modify or two deaths. ce
tires that thp mar'iaTo lice e shall

e secure, in tbe county In which the
ady llve,, tbh fact that a license is
'ocured in another county in nowise'
validates the marriage, the attor- COISES,
.(,y general says. Marriage is a civi I
contract between two parties, and can
e established just as any other con-
ract. so !hat they would be legally
married even If three had been o li-
Vnse at all. For the purpose of keep-
ng proper records and other ?gai
masons the a1w very wisely requires.
udge Hart says. that a marriage Ii-
ens, shalt be procure', and makes it a
,isdet-manor for any one to solemnize
marriage in the absence of such li-




By Associated Pres.
Birmingham, Ala, Oct. 5.-Wc'!ey
ale, a no~ro. was hat.ged here to-

the door of ignorance on the part of a day for t1- murder a. Oxmor last
majority of men regarding the econo- January of Ed Almon a railroad flag-
Mic laws controlling industrialism. man, who was guarding the rear end!
Henry McLe-r Wilmington. of I)ela- of the train Hale on the scaffeldj
ware was eketed president. Among denied th- crime which he had pr --
the vice presidents ar.2 C P. Hen ..er- viously confessed. On his evidence
son. if YVnldooia. Ga. and W. T. Jones. Andrew Sir-;ton will be hanged the
o* Carthage. N. C. last part ,f Oct-hber and Eugene Joir.-
Sson has Nl-n given a life sentence.
BASEBALL Hale wa. one of the gng that rh
bhd and k;'iped Fla.man Aimon. whio
B Aw SBL L had gone Lhck to flag a train. T'e
flaszman was beaten. shot. robbed arnL
October 5 Ift for dead. .HHe was later picked up'
-- in an tnonsceious con mlitknm n.
Sy Anciated Pres brought to his home in ths city, wb..-r
ey wiatedPrhe died shortly afterwards.
mra Before 1'eing overpowered Almon
American League. shot Hale. who was left by his part-
Waahigtoa o. Philadelphia 8. (first nerr. in tha woods ne-Ar by in a .e
same. Iri msts condition.
Washington 7. Philadelphia 9, (sec-, He was brought to the county jiil.
mod game.) where he lingered between life a:;l
Clevslan E. Detrot k 5 death for -ome time. but finally re-I
Cievlan,, 0. Petrot covered.
Natim al Lea As soon &s he was able to stand
National Laue. trial H.el turned state's evidence
Brooklyn 11, Boston 5. 'first game.) against the other m'irbers of the
Brooklyn 2, Boston 1. second game) gang. He was given a trial a few
New York 1. Ph:ila.;hia 4. first weeks ago and the Jury stayed o-ut
game.) oniy a few uilautes before It brought'
New York 5, Philadelphia 3, (seco:a, in a verdict of guilty tan axed the
ONW.) I death penalty. ]

for Death of mdrimTtm

kardson. ab firk Tes-o

verdict holding J. C. Pelt tr Im- --.
A post-mortem ewit-Ultl wa '... ...
onducte by Drs. BaltslU a ol DOCTORS WORKED
rhich showed that the decemade met
!i death by a blow over the hetd
rith a piece of 2X4 aesatltag about
feet long which caused three ra* 1i, .. --. -am Mn.
ares of the skull. MW pW Of u Ng omi
Mr. Pelt Is held under J1,000.10
ond to await the action of the grand wEI i W ft ci,




B Still Fami N ha L BI
il, r m Mi Followlag Is the o fta l Vm
Smary of the yellow ever sita *
L T-- I--* ....l up 4 tic pb last 1 t:
Is TO CUsedI. m Now cases ............ ..
Total cames to date .......M
Washington, Oct. 5.-The frst deS. adeathso da ......***...
te move on the parataC the Preskident To a tto,,. .
,ward the framing of a bill regulattg C-ass ,discharged leftardMy 72 0
tes of the country was takes th Vca- ua r tUrer l *t .*....
morning, when Representative To's- -- -___
nd of Minnesota, one of the auth.or...s .....
the Nsch-Townsend bill, which ps ---
I the house last winter, and was The report for ytteardaf was
omptly pigeon-holed in the eA- new cases ad three deatJha Podow-
lled at the White Hos ad ta- Inlg sa the anw eases reported:
ith the President over the recoT _. -
endations which will be made Ia the "C-'
aual message to Congress. James hwa8m, 3 1 alamanca.
Ruior had It that Mr. Townsend w- Jim Varan 16b Ave. ad s
at altogeMter soatssa a Ib his own manca.
ad that the PrI-Mt was a ms A W. WHarasa, m DeLe.
favor o tfowoad r a P. A. h. IL -SM oDaLne.L
0IB van trq a s 'o H

ver the subject ia detati Mabel Ret 1tMY iaraS.
The Preseient Is as strong as ever MAMay al, 617 M Bgau .,
r rate legIaslatIo," declared Mr. M m ry Id M W. O ates.
)wnsend. "The few mites I was 9t as l, 4 W. Orasnte.
ith him convinced me of this. He fti N ft ns,K 4M W Owvaates
Id me that he was nto no way respea. Mr. flal.., Florida nlaa sad
ble for the reports that he bad clhasa smma.
his attitude. On the eetrory he The baOte
id that his views woMadS ho boe. rT the -p f for 4s.
congress on December 4, and thf we:---
)uld' practically be in ie with the j u& C mOtC Muan
ntiments expressed by him last De.t um" .
mber. w.'- ..... .

vmy in e swwiwwwy.
"My own opinion is that the bill of
last year will be changed only as to
terminology. It will not be narrowed,
but rather broadened It Its soope.
1 here has been some doubt as to its
clearness as to refrigerator ears, prs
vate cars and terminal charges. We
thought we had covered them
points, but there will be as
doubt over the question In
the next Congress. The cra
ot the whole situation lies in the grant-
ing to the interstate oomme.e or some
other body, the power to change rates.
That is to say, when it tord upon fair
investigation and full hearing that a
rate is bad it should have the power to
cancel that rate and substitute a just
one. Really the Ebch-Tbwnsend bill
Is too conservative. It conserves the
interests of the railroads &t every
point. We ought to have a Mill that
will not interfere with the honest obs-
iness of the railroads, but also want
one that will prevent their overstep.
ping the bounds."





J. slirAmos IS MADE

By Associated Prese.
RichmonI, Jnd., Oct. 5.--Charles .X
Shively, supreme chancellor of the
%orld, of the Knights of Pythias, to-
uay appointed Arthur J. Stabborts of
St. Paul, as Major General of the unai.
form rank of the order to succeed J.
R. Carnahaa, deceased.






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ir. U .'j. uDaIMIN, 1lo g 4M2g
Opera g __.
I armt Deal ma ga We A
J. L By7e, who died at the 0 t0e6
hotel, which is seated at the ston
Sat Ce01r of Oerwaeant a4 TarBe.
aom streets, was takes t "
days ago. He was olieaIrI wM i
last Friday and died at about 7 o'dl-
last nlgt. He came to PuiMMaa
from Momttome.i alot o6 e y-ew
with his wife and their had beea
iag at the CetriM hotel b te" p At
Utm. He was A cmr ,m.
and was employed by P. M. WlMinM
the cona..etor. He w paeotially a
a destitute eoditionU ad wll be
buried ty the ety.
Herr Duls was one of the seemed om
the Ill-fated Germaa sip KElesw which
Is now at qruartlan. Bl dqthJ
makes three out of the ine eases f
fever oa that vesel.
Mrs. 'wderlok 0. Sehaltem, 1% ,
Government. was takes zlesk about ae
week aO sad wa repertod with MeM
vomit last Tuesday. he died about
moon yesterday. ahe will be buetd
this morlntr at 10 o'clock from Ser
thup & Wood's undertafag parloe,
Dr. Cushman will conduct the aneral
services there. Mrs. Schultes was a
Christian woman aad was known fr
her kiadners of heart and charittabs
nature. Her husband Is a aW&t
watchman, ead rather old. His grit
was Intense when he was apprised et
her death. In fact hit conduct was
almost violent, due possibly to tSe
nervous strain under which he hab
been sinee his wife and only near rwes
dye or companion had be sick.
Report Was Large.
eighteen cases In one day %w
somewhat more than the pubUe .
pected, as many people had tralai
themselves to look forward to -a
early Improvement in the sttaatlg.
Some of the physicians think. heBp
ever, that yesterday's report woo
have been even larger h.ad all of Itf
cases been properly reported. Te
spreading of the disease LI readBy V.
tributed to the concealment of case.
and the lack of proper preeautil.L
Some at the cities, contiane to 1*
main ebtnlBate, however,. and refo
to t cees ad to ad i the ait
!MW M fiLgt apimt the uosWp
toas. ts Obd int of aalair1s a1h

|M m Iare deprived ofa*se
R apon them.

T sa d a rmbaby srimy ;



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"What are they. r his vonte?

Work other h a?
4K people and keep cat
Sthemn from work- evert timH
Ing you." one a him

Usually Depends
on the Woman.
"Shc'.& going to
marry him. I
guess." Fuggested
the wis,- gossip as
the coupih went
"He doesn't ex-
pect i'." r,-turned
Stah '-ual ac-
"< shl. lti 's quit.-
: im m;iatlri..l eo l\'n
' as slo '" "n ;ti,-
fl i

ts%% Ud tilet S n 1%

Judging From the
Boy-How soon
Sou and sis going'
to be rnarr' d"
-Ac 'tt' I suitor
- --t t !:3"ei.t hnam-
a --, -- d th!,- .L.;v v 't. I
- !);l she l ip do ;'' ,
Father- I d.ont believe that young ,eli, e il ng1 en-
Lillings lovoq you as much as he says. ' -,ts.
Daurht. r -But, pa, he v rilts such f, -I kiniw sie
wenslba lo ve l,-tt, rs' ,...m t. -u
Father-Well, a true lover never did hr g,,:r nt ,ts
-rtite saensijI. love, letters. I ,;tvte b-'i. short.

H.rdinit tells
me l e is uffer'ing
from an opera- i
S"I hadn't heard
of it. Surgical, oft

"No. this %-:1 :,:
financial opera-
tion. Hardy hr-
rowed $1(' of him

The Chip Off the
"I can tell you
one thing. Maria.
If Johnny is like
mne he will have
good staying qual-
ities anyhow ."
He has them
( W '\ now. John. He'd
stay in bed till
i.oooI ;ever y day if
7%e Artlit-Thihs is' a portrait I did I'd let t-,izn."

of my flanrKee, old man.
His Friend-And you say she
loves you.


'I suppose Bsllou &:;.,
gray. lVk, "--
"Norn rinse' Dian't
rant it nuot it. fadet-?"

"Master says, 'Lock him up, and h.
won't get uet.' We shall see.

"I tell you-

-"it requires brains-

-"to get ahead of this pug."


still TheSavage Bache-
'fiss Sweet--At
!'ast womer, live
longer than men.
That shows they
lead better lives.
Mr. Bachelor--I,
don't know wheth-
er they live longer
or not. I know
they stay old lon-

His One Commis-
"Dotes your nrt-
S ist friend hav,
r"many commrs-
"I believe he had
one last year. His
father-in-law task-
-' him to paint
the ban "

Her Fault.
'Je- 8, you ret

i )i l.;a' i ill g- '. f I.t-'\ t
S ul! saN s e i
the dealer war- '. vt Ir ,'t any-1
|e +*: e o0:. time.

Virginia: "And why did you discharge your chauffeur?"
Beatrice: "He lost his nerve after running over two people the other day and allowed three others to escape."

One Kind.
"I believe I un-
derstood you." her
aunt said. desir-
Ing to get at the,
facts in the case,
"to say that Grace
married a man
who is in the
banking busi-
ness ?"
"Yes. He'sbank-
Ing on what her
father is going to,
give them when
he gets recon-

A Little Difference
Lewis What
was the trouble
between you and
your wife?
J e n k i n s-Oh.
only a little differ-
ence about some
repairs to a hole
in my trousrs.
Lewis-And how
did it come out?
J e n k I n s -Oh,
It's all patched up

Admirable Self
Teacher- Tom-
my. Tommy! It
is very wrong for
you to say such a
thing about one
of your young
Tommy Thick-
neck-Huh! That
ain't half as bad
as what I ain't
sayin' about him.

Her Impression.
Grace And he
klised you?
Ethel Yes;
twice, I think.
But he's not a
success at it. He
gave me the Im-
pression that his
experience in that
direction was lim-
ited to kissing a
girl's photograph.

Heavy Applause.
"What a strange
animal, with such
a flat tail! I won-
der If it could be
a beaver?"
"No, It Is just
an old tomcat
.Borne one dropped
a flatiron on his
tall while he was

In Hard Luck.
she-Do you re-
member that en-
gagement ring you
gave me before
we were married.
He-I ought to.
I got another bill
for It today. *

Put Out of Busi-
Jones Money
makes the mare
Jenkins-Not so,
my friend. The
automobile has
made the mare


Mrs. Subbubs (to the little girl In the
foregroundl)-l-D ly. you're not listen-
lng to the piano playing a bit.L
Dolly-Reaiily. you must not worry
me, maninia. I'm too busy. I'm re-
ceiving a proposal from a gentlemanL"


Mr. Froggie-Well, this is the Iflr
time I've ever been lifted by a crane'


Gladys-I hate him! When he paNsee
I slam the door as hard as I can.
Her Father-Indeed'
Gladys-Yes. and when we meet I
stamp my feet.
Her Father-You don't say! Wheb
are you going to be married?

The Egotist.
"He thinks ho's
poplar, h ?"
"Does he? Why.
whenever his name.
appears in the pa-
per he fancies the :
public reads it
this way: 'John
[cheers] Henry
[applauseJ] uggin
[loud and contin-
ued cheering].'" :""'

Her Answer.
"Oh. I want you ::
to marry mne. don't
you know," said
the exquisite to
the plain girl.
"Oh, yes. I no," :
she responded and
had to write it out
for him so he
could get the full
force of her reply.

rj'i Only Reason.
SI Miss Gossip-
S: Mrs. Spunge. your
new neighbor. Is
such a cheerful
lady' She would
not borrow trou-
Miss Gab-She
would if she could
cook or wear IL

Guide to Wealth.
"The way to get
rich Is to save
"That is only
half. After you
have money you
have to resist all
the people who
. A want to tell you
how to spend it." -

Mrs. S ngley is a wonderful women.'
*"n what way?"
"When she takes the second prize at a card party she can appear so tickled
.ith what she gets that she always makes the winner of the first prize jealous
and dissatisfied."

Not the Same
Thing at All.
Jack-Don't you
think that wom-
an. as a rule. pre-
fers a man who Is
her master?
Ethel Not at
all. She prefers
one who thinks he

"Do you expect to-keep Lent, Jenkins?"
"Well, yea-that is, my wife will keep it,

He was somewhat in doubt
As he came to expire;
"The future looks bright.
But it may be the fire."

and we are one, you know."

I do not trust to luck, he said;
To thus accuse me is unjust.
I never can be thus misled;
I have no luck to which to trust.


Within Limits.
"Money is like
blood," said the
spendthrift neph-
ew-"It Isn't any
good unless it is
kept In circula-
"Yes," answered
the wise uncle,
"but you shouldn't
let either of them
get away from

Expecting Too
"Clara sl so un-
about music!"
"In wbat special
"O' at an opera
she thinks singers
ought to sing so
she can under-
stand the words."

Sad, but True.
Tom-Cholly has
Just returned fr&n
a hunting trip. He
says he shot the
biggest bear on
Jack That
might be so. If it
hadn't been a big
one he would nev-
er have hit it

As Usual.
"Has Old 8plcer
heard from his
daughter since she
eloped ?"
"Oh, yes. The
young couple tele-
graphed the next
day that they were
willing to come
home and be for-

Why Not?
"You say the
defendant turned
and whistled to
the dog. What
followed ?"
"The dog."

I Jaek, 0 yu belhe a man should tell his wife about hi ia ines- -aWale-
eatrice: "Der, mo It would enly worry her. But wl hees WeMasetI her
iW all right for 0 talk business."




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Ih-P- IA-A I ...i ,I I O T B I I0 PAI GE i II II I mi I. l i I






There arc special feat. ABOUT YELLOW FEVER THAN InjftIn.
ne became we are not THAT YELLOW FEVER LXIST- About 200 members of Mt. Zion
t rt E, A 'Baptist church met last night and the
rd by traition. Editor Penraoo Journal: ED AT THAT PLACE following set of resolutions were unan-
I wibh to say to the people of Pen- Ios adt
We f 1 4 from the sacola in regard to the fever situe- imously adopted:
or aItiSo i thCle sen time it the best that we Can h ope-.A w F Mr A Resolutinos Adopted.
for at the :-eseu time, in my opinion, S.AndrewsF .- Pensacola, Fla., 0. A 1905.
h e ew." Tberfore you is to kee. the number of cases re- Calhoun, of Marianna. is a visitor here
duced until we are relleved by frostrI this week. Whereas the Rev. Thoma Bellinger
il find unusual variety If it was possible to get the hearty The steamer Tarpon came to this was duly and regularly elected pastor
co-operation of our ckizens we could port on Tuesaiay from Mobile with a of the Mount Zion Baptist church for
probably siamp out the .ever in three goodly supply of merchandise and an indefinite prelod at te meeting
She n shape ar of four weeks at the outside, but either freight for the plac different mr- thereof called and held for that pur-
seems that it is an imn',ssibillty, and chants of the place.
here. CmC 4d cC that so-n to the peopl-e of Pensaco!a Mr. J. R. Thompson is in Vernon pose on the 21st day of August, A. D.,
are like some of the caidren in te this week. 1904, and
wildernss:I M r. Parker, of Marianna, represent- Whereas, The said Rev. Thomas
When Moses lifted up a serpent ing a Mobile house, was in town apart Bellinger has always well ana faithful-
which thev could look iipon and be ot last week; also Mr. Bevel, of Lowis ly performed the duties of said office
healed thct, were some ot them tha Bear & Co., of Pensacola. to the satisfaction of the very large
SU I were so s.iborn that before thy Mr. Casey, after procuring a bill of majority of the members of the said
would look upon te serpe tb an health from Apalachicola here, left on church; and
C. C. Goodmanm Ge@. Arperger healed they would look down upon the ITuesday' trip of the Tarpon for Apa- Whereas, It is the sens. of the
Smeround and die lachicola, where he goes to procure large majority of the members of said
:*p...**>********* ** B ."gr oundandi ale, material suitable to begin work in his church that he be retained as pastor
._ Would Be Free of Fever. nw shop situated on the bay front thereof, and they have no sympathy
Had the people of Pensacola a"w- He will soon be prepared to do many with the attempted action of th'e small
: K. wHU cepted the 'ecree of fate in the early kinds of wood work which will be quite minority of the membership of said
-- history of the fever, an.1 assisted the an accommodation to St. Anorews and church to repudiate his pastorship at
S--- health authorities, as ail good cii- surrounding country. a so-called meeting held by said small
SL W 55M- OM zens should do, I do not hesitate to A Mr. Taylor, of Millville, a short minority, without any notice to the
I t It Palate S et Paea el V say that Ptnsecola would today to time siace reported that a case of ye0- Rev. Thomas 'Bellinger or to the mem-
,_* -_ without a single case of yellow fever, low lever existed nla Millville and today bership at large, or to any one, ex-
but it seems that some who shoullI he has been arrested and put under cept those who were in accord with
D lV TOL know better, dad others who have bond to await the fall term of court tie purpose of said minority; now,
S I LRSLLY TOLD. never seen the inside of a book on for starting such a report. therefore,
medicine in their lives knew more Mrs. F. A. Witherell, who has been Be it resolved, By the conference
,about it than those w~io had given spending July, August and September of the Mount Zion Baptist church, as-
Mrs. D F. McCaskill and Mrs. Che the matter a life study, and a deter- in Birmingham, Ala., returned home sembled in pursuance o a call to con-
jer Hanoock left yesterday for Iwe- mined opposition has been made r.Y on Saturday. While there she attend- er the qatatin of the pastorate of
ville.Ky.. were they will visit Mrs. these people which has resulted in ed her sister's wedding, that of Miss saitj*urah, that the Mount Zion Bap-
H ,ancock's relatives. They will prob- infesting thic town with infectedd mos- dilth Lathrop, who will be pleasantly tist church emphatically repudiates
ably remain away until after frost quitoes. remembered as having visited here the alleged action of said so-called
Lives Depend on It. in the late winter. meeting of September 28th, and that
Mrs. KRR Sauners, who isi v Wash- s M. A. V. Landgraf, one of the clerks we recognize ano desire to retain the
Ington writes: "I am glad to see The I hereby call upon ali of the ci of the firm of ti. M. Ware & o., t said Rev. Thomas Bellinger as pastor
Pensacela Journal is a daily visitor to zens ol Pensacola, whoever they may having a vacation al is over at Cro- of this church.
the Library of Congress. where all the be, to cease their oppocitlon to the canton for several weeks. Respectfully submitted,
lending papers of the country all.. health authorities, and Lo lend them nDasone-N. Goldsmith, J. W.
found." every aid possible in the extermini- Ae 0 2 W kr M
.. ltion of the mosquitoes. The lives nf When doctors fall, try Burdock POrd, W. Cole, COlsan Walker, M. D.
Tallahassee Capkal: Mrs. Charles our people depend upon It, and we have Blood Bitters. Cures dyapepsia, cop- obb.
E.. Parkhill left Tuesday for Baltimore laid people in the cemeteries who sttpatlon; invigoratie the whole eye- Truateeb-BK C. Giast r, W. A.
-hore she took her little son for treat- would be live and we" today rd tom. Watts, M. S. 0. Abbott, m Oharles,
happy aftiong their friends and rein- Win. Chas. Morris e Lstee
'Mr. Parkain wm be absent several ties, were it not for the determined You Are Welo Here. The r. To s the result of an n-
weeks. opposition that the health authorities Come to Michigan and escape the Jn eons 3e suto inaer by
Wi. A. Gahl'enbeck. after spending have met with from th. beginning. Yellow Fever. Thne and Chester- unctme ofion s a B gerw daby
r veral weeks in Battle Creek, Mich,! Logic of Common Sense. feld at New Baltimore, lnh., on An- agto fiher acting
ad other points, returned yesterday. When you want to get a watch fixed chor Bay is openi summer and winter. in the cap clity pastor of said church
Family, .,owever. stopped at Brew-! you do not take it to a butcher, nor Delightful boating and fl ag. Re n acco ot'Which was published I
ton, Ala.. where they will remain for a baker, no: a ditch digger, but you~sonable terms. last a .*Teural.
the present. take it to a watch mater, and C. A. MARONTETTE, Prop.
If you r.o longer need that horse, would think a man crazy who woull I r NICE NFRESH OYSTEVLIY N THE
trade him tot a lot-taxes coat less do otherwise. When you want t3; NICE FREh OYSTERS ON THE HUALP iNELL PAILY-. NICK
than oats, and the longer you keep learn something about astronomy tyo!' HALF SHELL DAILY AT lNJI.* C -
the lot the more ft will ic worth. The would not go to a man who never APOSTLE.
Journal's want ads will make the knew any more about the heavenly- Whay e Is-mes
trade for :ou very cheap The "Wat' bodies than to tell the sun and tte, Many ho estu ble anotre wh
Ad Way" iNs by far the best, moon and the stars from one another,I fumes of the amonia vwil seek out p thfor becmbe a s having
dwey-fiv cs werhe best. an( knows nothing of the rules that and kill every mosquito, and it w!il ; ped there because persk ha
Tw reorder cortases were docketeay in over these bodies, but you would kill them so that they will not come them in keeping are carelesn "hitch-
V the recorder s court yesterday mor so e person who is learned iu to life again. ing them up. The most ."rant and
lnr out of c which $77.00 c wa realied these things and accept what they As I have before said the burning f common error ilethliu a orse is the
Three cases were continued, oe e tol ell you as facts. and if an astrononi- insect powder is a waste of money plactin of the btIschen, or hold back
days. and twoe d given 3 days, respec- er tells u that an eclipse will occur with little results. It simply makts strap, at the proper height on the
Sdays. and twin a year or in the next ten years on the mosquitoes drunk, and unless horse's hind legs. In fact, every third
tiely. certain day at a certain hour, you they are kert drunk a.)" time they hone is hitched wrong in this respect
4 Tallahassee Capital: During their would believe him. You would be come to life when fr&A air strikes The beechen oul be so bmekled that
rtay in Washing on Mrs. H. Cir. called a fool if you did not. them. it will not slip up ander the horse's tall
Crawford ard Hon. William B. Craw- Now. why make the distinction In But the killing of the mosquitoes by and never so that it will when the
ford were di ligttfullv entertained "Y the master of the science of medi- insect powder may be accomplish horse is going down hill or holding
Congressman and' Mrs. William B. I '- cine? WVhy not accept the accorl- by puffing it through the air of th against a id sp nearly down to holding
aar. Under their chba.ronage th,-. plishments of physicians who have room, after the windows and doors of ainst a ead sip near down to his
took ia al the sights of the Natior.l made a lte s study of yellow fever? the room have been closed, and left hocks. The latter position deprived
CapitaL closed for an hour or so. It any moe. the horse of the free use of his hind
,. i What to Do. quitoes are found alive after an hour legts. caes his feet to cr s alternate-
Tallahasee Capital: Mr. F. w. I am nt going to attemptt to a&- of fumigation in this manner, it is a ly, lifts his hind feet, If not his whole
Marsh of Pensacola, clerk' of the Unit-' ise you tow to treat yeilow fever as pretty good indication that the insect hind parts, nearly off the goundd and
d tates Court for the Northern Dis- that is not my business. I am t.- powder has lost its strength, throws the wegt of the lead and of
triet of ncrrlda arrived Monday fro, going to tell you what you must d,. The smoking of mosqqatoes wit the horse himself on to his front feet,
Chicago,. where he was visitingg at te and wha- you must not do. but I am rags, rotten wood, etc., ti simply a the result being badly "sprung" knees,
tOe yellow fever was declared in, going to insist that each (itisen, when, method of driving them out of te freqent unavoidable stumbling, with
teasasola. Mr. Marsh will make Tq- a ease of fever appears in your bomeI house to some other lace, but the he gemrally attending whipping jerk-
lahasse his headquartf-rs until the for the protection of yourself, id smoke will kill the mosquitoes it it and eares ot the fool
S quarantine i raised. your lovd ones, and te neighbors, is made strong enough. and cur
. The funeral services of the late Dr. and the community at large, that you? The city is using a prepared disin- river.
H. H. otor. whieh w-e held in 10 nut hesi ate a moment to cal? a fectant for the killing 'f mosquitoes
dcted by Re-. A. T. S-pe as well The mosquito theory, or as some chine. It is necessary to get the liquid "Do you know," said e monkey
as the Rev. P. H. Whaley. Henry people are prone to cail it, "dogma," on the mosquito, and this is done man at a moo, "that few people ever
Horsler i behalf of Pe'. acola l]od"d is not a thbotr any longer, nor is it a by shooting a spray of the liquid into saw a monkey asleep? I suppse that
No. I. K. of P., of which Dr. Boulter "dogma," but an established fact. and the air where the moaequitoes exist, there are people who ImagoeMthat trey
was a member. read th? Pythian burial has been demonstrated mn the exi- To my mind it sla the moot effective never da sleep, as they are msaally alert
service at the grave in a very impre- ence of ta fever in this city. way of destroying the mnquilto, as in the presence of visitors." It was
ve maner I am willing to admit, as one, that they are killed Instantly never to come .t the afternoon, and the drowy air
Siemne.everything has poasilsy not been do e to life again. had exerted iInfluence upn a sleepy
Blue Ribbon I&mon and Vanilla EEx as it had olght to be dine, that mis- The qdor is not vely unpleasatt. mustached monkey, and the delegate
trmcta are so pure and strong tha_ takes have been made, but this is nf. It is a disinfectant giving a heakhful
every dro; counts. That's why they the time to criticise.- Let us get rid tone to the atmosphere. The city wi: a od view of the l eping bea
are so economical. "of the fever and mnake our crkici'ms spray any house, or any yard where He lay up on hi lf um i b
are o economic afterwards. I freely oinfesa that I they are asked tO do so, without cost with his arms thrown careless about,
AA P CTALYFRE have lost a great deal of faith in futi- to the people, bthe pretty feature was the poitio
PANAA PRACTICALLY FREE nation by sulphur, but if the athorl- It is said, but of the fact I am not of the long tail. It was carled about
OF YELLOW FEVER, ties wish to fumigate with sulpbhuir certain, that the liquid does not in- the body, and Just under the head it
WO--- they shall have my hbrty support. Jure anything in the line of farSitpro, made a doable earl. and upon this soft
Wasington. .Oct. 6.-A -miary of it._ e. or household foods, but It does I. roll rested the monke1J head-a pil-
the yellow fever situation on the lsth- Extmi l lt pot plants, that it is put upon. It !s low fit for a king. "When alone they
mr. of Panama sinre September 15 Now, I will endeavor to gfve a little not necessary for the men- who sray ..-- -. .n. E na,.- ..s

shows but two cases reported. one an j advice t, those about the city who I always.=WUM "lm- r-- -,
ows ca rep oe an ad e t t e bot te ty who your house to, put the liquid upon your the keeper, '"bt If two or more sleep
Italiaa and tbh other an American.! wish to kil, the mosquitoes In the'r flowers, and I have repeatedly at me time they buddle lo
both employees The Americano die homes. I have been reliably inorme straoted them not to do o with atther, reSa time they heads le plose -
No cases of fever has b.en reporzeti that if one' will take amonia, wh!cn your permission. etber retn their head po e an-
since Septemtner 20. During the entire can be purchased for a few cents a other."
s wath of September but nine cases of gallon at the ice works, and sprinte Can Be Redmucd.
yellow fever occurred on the Isthmus: it freely about the rooms, or place it I feel now that if the people of T sM m Armyr eeme.
Sad Seven of them were among foreign in vessels about the rooms. and will Penasacola will give ns their hearty When horses are recruited for the
non-esployees. close the room for an hour or so tie co-operation that we can reduce the army they am put through a course of
... __ fever to a minimum an a very short training to accustom them to the tu-
time. mult and smen of.battle. First they
g ,r *Again appealing to every citlses, in are drawn up in a circle around an in-
N EW M A LHODELN RYT the interest of our relatives, and oir structr, who besMa p.pteL Some take
friends, anl in the interest of our city the gaa .port very quietlyand
and the general public beyond the these a paed on to severe trials,
N EW M ET H O D city, I begof youto give as yr while the others have leso after le-
hearty-co-operatn in the extermin-s-
W I ftaPON thie ofthe mosquito, and in the end-Son repeated u nt hey are convinced
tu -ng-of the epideme that there Is no danger to them. and
-Very Respectfully, before long a seventy pounder may be
CHAS. I LdBUS& Bred withl yard of tm without
-ar-ra -r W Mayor. maklan them turn around. After this
ICr,i COAL and WOOD i eymu fe the fire n ao n"-'"
____0 0"i W nature's remediA; mcanot moee-thet if to saly, they must gal-
n harm the weakest coastituton: a r Isp tearlessly up to a lie or qare of
,-, MI *M fais tocnre summeroer complaints _ofrafta5t btlama away with tr rMes
-w a Ch-ea Ma Tanare s aULe 33. young or old. Dr. bwler's RhtractofS and harge batteri of quick 2ratg
Wild Strawberry. gUMIs I


Only sixteen left yesterday for the
detention camp, although it was ex-
pected that a large number would ap-
ply, inasmuch as permits are given to
any and all persons who desire to
leave the city, regardless of whether
or not they had registered with Dr.
Porter prior to the establishment of
the camp. This makes a total of 4U
now in the camp, although the camp
provides accommodations for about
eighty people. Those who left yes-
terday are:
Jno. W. Williams, Mrs. J. W.
Wright, Fanale Wright, Daisy Wright,
Richmond Willes. Willard King, E C.
Parish, Mrs, K. C. Parish, Grace Par-
ish, J. R. farley, Mrs. J. A. Farley.
Mrs. P. Q. Hall, Marguerete Hai,
Katherine Hall, .. T. Nardin.
The camp will Continue to admit
people as fast .as they come as lorg
as they can pass a satistactory ex-
amination. Two were rejected at the
camp Wednesday, on account of hav
ing high temperatoreq aron their a--
,rial there, amIhI gh they passed a.
Irtorleb examiat tion here. Dr.
Porter bhal oqt received official in-
formation about these two but, said
that he hal been Informed that they
were the Misses Holmes. If this is
true it will be unfortunate for the
yottg ladies as their relatives have
nearly all 'left the city.
There will be an inspectbr on all in-
coming trains who i see that per-
sons rejecLtd at tihe camp are not per-
mitted to stop anywhere on the road,
but come back to Penacoola direct.
Dr. Porter gives out the lnfnmation
that it will not be necessary for par-
ties from Pensacola who wish to go
direct to any northern point outside
of the states which have quarantined
Pensacola to stop at the detention
camp or have health certificates.
Many are under the Imoression that
to leave the city at all, t Is ne6estsry
to stop over at the oedip, and for that
treason this information is given out
The camp is supplied with a tele--
graph operator, and meseges' to any
one in the camp may be sent in the
regular way through the local office
of the telegraph companies. All mail
for persons in the camp should be ad-
dressed in es.re of Camp Murray, Me-
David, Fla., and it will be promptly
Those who wish to go today should
apply to Dr. Anderson's office between
the hours of 9 a. m. and 11 a. m.,
where their temperature will be taken
and admission cards issued.
Those who are in the Camp are well
pleased with the service, with the ex-
ception, of course of a few chronic
kickers, who, in street parlance.
"would kick It they were going to be
Takes the burn out; heals the wound;
cures the pn. Dr. pThomas' celectrieI
Oil, the boupehold remedy.

l "bisvimew o pssm&
The nt aoly all tme learned, but alI
the educated, were familiar with Ltin.
Whoever red, Iee4, must read Lat-
in, for there was litOe else to read.I
Theology, Istory, p ospky, all were
In Latin. The natoal'tertueM were
only In ten r credles. Nearly a es-
tury after me time of ~ramus, Bacon
deliberately bmord ib greater works In
Latin in the hope of securing his fame,
and even Milton eese Latin as the
vehicle of seoe of the best of bhi early
poetry and did not abandon it without
To Emrasm it was everything-the
language qt his tongue as well as of
his pen. -H traveled everywhere, in
Italy, Fralee, England, Germany, but
be certainly knew no Ungttsh or Ger-
man and apparently made his Latin
carry him through wherever he went
And whatever difleitles of language
be found with lmkeBe servants
and offlcerf of egbma he found noe
among the etrp or te nobles, at
whose boum hIs Int,,dalns made
him eversywbere weome. lendoo


Of Pma-cola ad .Vldnlty, We Make
the .PNowong Propistion.

"There *tre houdeds of women ia
this vicinity who are dragging them-
selves through lKfe in psil and mis-
ery. without vitality, btrema or
health," sj a ember of the firm of
W. H. White & o. "Thr get no
happiness out of life apd are just in
a condition to be attacked by almost
any disease. They need a vltalty-
mp.king and strength-creating tonic.
"Now at our expense we want to
ask every such woman in Pensacola to
try our cod liver oil preparation. VI-
nol, which contains in a highly con-
centrated form all of toe medicinal
elements of cod liver oil, but no oil or
grease. It Is delicious to take, cre-
ates a healthy appetite, makes pure,
rich blood and gives strength and vi-
gor to every organ of the body better
than any medicine we ".ave ever sold
in our store, and when a wpman is in
poor condition It makes life worth
living. When we say 'at our expense'
we mean that if the medicine you buy
from us ad pay for does not benefit
you, we will refund every cent paid
us for it."
MIss Mary A. Woodward says: "1
think Vinol is the best remedy In tte
world for a weak, tired, worn-out sy';-
tern. I was just in that condition
when I commenced to take Vinol It
gave me new life and energy. I feel
well, strong and better t!hn I have
for years."
"We can only ask Pensacola women
to try Vinol on our guarantee." W.
H. White & Co., Druggists.



A New Order tesed.
A new order was Issued yesterday
to the effect that all oartles living on
the dummy line would hereafter be
required to return home each nglht.
Any one failing in this will not be
permitted to return on the Bayshore
or anywhere along the line so long
as the quarantine is in effect. This is
done for the protection of those liv-
ing along the line, so that travelh.g
privileges will not be abused. Thus it
behooves everyone to take no chance
of missing the last car, because.
should any of them ever miss it they
forfeit then and there, all privileges
of returning day or night on th.)
dummy line. All passes are being
taken up, and this matter will be
closely watched.
Investigation at Ferry Pass.
Persuant to a request from citizens
there, Drs. Byrd and Hargis went out
to Ferry Pass yesterday to examine a
suspicious case there. A careful di2g-
nosis was made and the report was t,)
the effect that they found the cases to
be malaria and not yellow fever, a
fact which was received with a great
deal of satisfaction by the citizens of
that place.
Many of the people living outside of
-the city still imagine that the fever
may be transmitted by freight, In
many cases freight shipped from Pet-
sacola has been refused at destira-
tion. This belief is extremely foolish
in the light of scientific demonstr -
It is reported that there are a num-
ber of suspicious cases in Bear's Ml-
ley which are believed to be yellow
fever. A thorough investigation will
be made today.
British Vice-Consul Bonar and Mrs.
Bonar, are both very sick and are now
in the suspicious class. These cases
'wRi very probably be passed upon t,>
Praise the FNmigtOS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Shalmpe Reese,
whose house on north .hill was fumi-
gated by one of the clft fumigation
gangs yesterday, were very much
pied with the way "the work was
doe andto Mr. Reew' ttendng
.physician both complimented the
health authorities on the courteous
m nmer In which the m imposing
the fumiga0%g force cooductel them-
selves. In the face of the continued
knocking to which the ftinlgatingi
force has been subaea from the
start a little praise of taWs kind is ap-.
preciated by all of them.
Two More Deaths Last NighSt.
Last night after the ofcial report
was made up Toney Cori at, a your.9.
Greek. wh, was in the employ of U.
Apostle, died from yellow fever. H3
had been sick nine daps. and died at
Apostle's home on Na.t Romana
street. He came hero direct from
Greece about three months ago, aniJ
was employed at Apostle's fruit stani
on Bkst Governanmt street, opposite
the plasa. He was about 17 year of
age sad was well Ifke Wy the p's
troas of this fruit stand. He was a.-
ways jotal and bright and may peo
pie who kaew himn wil isare to learn
of hs death.
Last might about 12 o'clock John
Kelly, a season from te 1erwegia
ship Ksmar, died at St. Anthony's
hospital He ooly been there a
few daea, h bee n trasterred
there from the hip when It was fouad
that he had yellow fever.


Low rates at Souters Hotel or
rooms ad board


oUqualed BuoO of Ly4d a ags
baa Vefetable Com~s ia as
b ofa Mr. an"I BL P .C
One of the grytest tltMa hof pha o
E. Pinkham'a Vegetable G i s
:he conquering of woman's a i*
atiy. Tumor.
The growth of a tumor is so sly tat
frequently iW' presence isnotau---ms
amtil it is far advanmeLd
C _Am-


(Continued from First Page)
of the reasons why the people are
urged to send their patients to the
hospital as the doctors can administer
to them more expeditiously than if
they are scattered in evnry part of
city. This applies especially to the
colored patients, many of whom lies
out in the suberbs.
The Hospitala.
A number of patients at St. An-
thony's hospital many be discharged
today, while two of them are report-
ed seriously ill.
The colored emergency hospital
which is under the able care of Kate
Daevis, who is a trained narse, is rea'y
to receive a number of patients. At
present there are no ceses there. The
place has been put in first class order
There are now seven beds, all -f
which are supplied with .clean linen.
and every convenience has been ard-
ed, so that the colored people who are
afflicted with the malady will be
looked after in the best manner pos-
Among the Greeks.
The disease is spreading rapidly
among the Greeks, as will be seen yy
yesterday's report. They probably
contracted it from their countryman
who died on Baylen street about a
week ago, as many of them atended
him during his illness.
The health inspectors are doing
good work in all parts df the city.
They are now making a house to
house canvass, to locate cases cf
City Physician Plersont reports
that the city is now in excellent saci-
tary condition, and be urges everyone
to make a relenCless war on the mos-

Every Drop

of, Blood

in the body panes
through the kid.
neys and is filtered
and purified. In
order that these
organs may per-
form their duties
property, care
should be taken
to keep them in
sound, bealthycone
d tion If you are
a sufferer from lid-
ney trouble, try

Long Life

Liver and


and you will never
regret it,

Hannah Droe.

Says FeW Ce h bbid
V.1w sSum Puph Cmn
to Thuir Same

mmm mm

So-called "wandering palms" =
some from its early stages, or the
presence of daer may be made maul-
fet by profse mestat, aom-
pnied by unumsal pain, froa the
ovaries down the groin and thisha.
If you have mysterious pais, i father
are indicatiaas of i4msiehdo eor die,
placement, don't wait for ttme to e*o-
frm your fears and go thswoug the
horrors of a hospital opatie; masUre
Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegte Cem-
pound right away and being itso .
Mrs. Pinkham. of Lyin, Mass, will
wive you her advice free of aH ae
it you will write her about yO elf.
Your letter will beaten by women oaly.
Der Mr. PInkM

physician and wuas tuthat I had a tamr

"Soon after I read one of I irt
I "h end d 1*& in gfre LZ i a
am's Vegetable O a trial Albaer
Aryin fv bottle ta e imr s
=itlly ge o I have bee n ait Sy a
IktII *V and he rasp I av nosnief
unor now. It hb *also brugiamy iabth.

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Suppose that two clothiers-mer-
chants of about equal standing--hould
divide equally between themselves a
very large purchase of goods, thus be
ing able to offer to the public stocks
of approximately even value.
Suppose that the advertisements of
the two merchants were practically
alike in text-prices and descriptions
of goods actually duplicated.
But suppose that one merchant con-
finea' his advertisement to one column
or space in this newspaper, and that
the other used a whole page. Is ~ere
any doubt at all about what the result
would be? Would any one Imaginr
for a moment that the merchant who
need a column of space would do as
much basines as the oe who used a
page-eve though everything else
were equal?

ClA t-.W Meet experiened advertisers wil
ESace the Amerloans took rasu- agree that in this klad of a case the re-
sif of Havana. Cuba. at the time of cults would be very nearly fn direct
the spanifh Americas war that city roportio to the space used.
hM is point of eleaaliaes, been the I is still so much a factor In the
wmiSr of the world. Its caditioa in word'-it DBCDW O 90 MANY
at rs ect is acceatuated poesrMl THI4I0 in business as well as In
by the khet that prevtwo to Amerian statecraft-that the advertiser who
o0empancy it was about the dirtist gives too little consideration to it
hee th tbe world. but it 1s eveOthe- atdicaps himself in the race.
lees now a model for troptoal cities in many an instance the mere doub-
etrj rlhere. 1ing at the space occupied by a store
Judge Dsialydnki, of Jacksoavillc, advertisement in this newspaper would
Me just returned stream Cba, and a ctuble the store sales resulting from
report of hit impression of Havana is It. An advertisement will not "stand
given by the Ttame-Ualoa uas folows: out," In an eye-catching way, If it Is
"tavana is cleaner today than ear crowded for space-Il it lacks "elbow
city of equal sae ina the United rcom.,,
tates4 m sidJhn D1alWs51 of Jack- The advertiser who has learned
Mr. Dsmly nki has aust returned' tbing" about publicity is as careful to
from Cuba where he weat to buy to- provide space In which his advertise-
baeeo for his factory, wiich is to t meant may "come out and be separate"
opened by the Arst of (Ctober. Heaa
ys that while he was Hava as e is to make his text matter dga-
everatimes during the days of the cId a a convincing.
AmericA& occupation, he did not be-
leve at that time the Cuban Govern- sp innsg Seee.h.
ment would keep up the good work The race of Scotch speaking people is
lasaguarateo by Genera: Wood au! passing away, and not many are left to
others;therefoe, he was greatly sur. the r y i the rich brague of the
praed o hit recent visit to find the =2t00 tongue. And there was al.
ctey o remarkably clean. Ways a story to tell, so that one on this
a.e streets are scruK plkmy clean e subject comes in pat here. A youth
placed on all water used to wash the who had bees educated mfly in Scot gland re
streets, and is freely ntd in the l turned to amiy in Scotland and
ters and open draln along the streets, wa s liown off by admring Mends.
Oil is used In scouring the floors cf he not charming?" remarked cOe
houses aad the people have gotten so to the young man's sister.
accustomedd to cleanlines- that not a *Oh, yes. but he speaks Engllb
particle of filth is ever tolerated on now," sbe answered In real distress.
the streets. Complaint is at O nce A old lady being asked If a permn
made, and the alth is woved by th- ihad lately seen was "Scotch" aa-
street elea:Bag epartmt. wed with much bitterness:
This is great contrast to the co!i- "e -1a a say. Yea' speak sa- geteel
ditiefs existing when the Astereas w that I dina k5en wha's Bc.tc.--
took charge of the island seven years Taden Mal ke
ato. Them, flth was .te rule, anid Man.
cleanliness the exception.
Mr. DIialynski says that he did not
have to use a mosquito net over his T om4 ItE b-f
bed a single night he was in CuAa. Am-
The magniheient breeze from the bg pW P so
Gulf blew all of the mo-'quitoes awash. rgto ef
He rMturns to Jacksoaville greatly
pleased with Cuba, but is afraid that I 4) 6 0
there is a revoluttoa b.ewibg th.t
may be of serious harm to the isannl.
Judge Dsialyaski is probably par-
tially in error in attributing the
scarcety of mosquitoes to the Gulf.
breezes. although they may of cour-e' Ti ol *f
have something to do 'ith it. Tbh
real cause for the absence of the mes-
qultoes lie? in the fat that tber
breeding places have loeen distroyed
sad that it is impossible for moiqul- The following figures show The Pen-
a es nrotti e there. sacola Journal's circulation for each
e to propogae there.day during the m th of September,
The mosquio theoryy of the trans- 1905, with the average number of'
slssion of Nellow fevc- has been et- copies oally:
lect;ivey "roven in Haiana's case. Sept. 1, 5,000 Sept. 1, 5300
The city had been a yellow fever pe- Set. 2, 5,000 Sept. 17,
"pt. 3, s00 Sept. 18,
bole for 200 year. and it was not bo- ept 4 ... t. S,
Ueved t) t. po-s',lle to eradicate the Sept. k, 5000 S....t. S,-P s O
fever tbere. As soon, however. as Dr. Sept. 5000 Sept. 21, .SJr
Gorgas wn' tc work to stamp out th, Sp 1. 6M S ept. ". MIS
&ever, uitb the mosquito theory as a 9*, IM &p % S, e
bgsis for hI opera"ns. yellow fever Sept. 10S, SW Sept. 23 .
In Havana was killed .n a single Sept. 11, ..... Sept. 26, 5 50!
year and their, has not been a case of Sept. 12 5300 pt. 27, 5,250 ,
t in that cit since. Sept. 1, Sept. U, s,2S0
With ali ol i.zs resent cleani.es. Sept. 15, 5.300 Sept. 30, 5250

Its free4onm from mosquiioes and cor-
sequently from yellow fever is 4he
greatest accomplishment of which
Havana car now boast, and k consti-
tubts an example for eve-y other trop-
Seal or sub-tropical city in the worm.
If Ravans can get rid of the mosqui-
toe -- the fever no dan any other
dcty by the same kind of work.

Total forth e moen....... 1s,450
Average per day ........ .. 524
I hereby certify that thk above state
ment is correct according to the roee
ords on Sle a this on 0e
Circulation P.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this S0th day of September, 105.
J. P. TOK u
Notary Publi.

Lead Of tayo 4r hf d
A& of metO MO a- .1ver,
In shirftin shade sad s ,
Where the vine festoos are swiagiag
iro the willows by the steam,
And the moeking-birds are agingg
LAke the muse of a dredm.
Land of un whose beauty brightens
In the summer's afterglow,
When the cotton fibre whitens
To a ilmy floss of snow;
And the breeselngs In the Mountains,
With a sowg do mystery,
Like the croon of unseen fountains
Or the moaning of the sea.
Land for which a band of brothers,
Gallant sons and noble sires,
L rged by Spartan wives ana mothers,
Faced the flames of war's wild
When its history is written
And the talent on every tongue,
0- some Homer's lyre smitten
And its deeds in epic sung-
Then with some mighty men of olden.
On the scroll of Time and Fame's,
Written large in letters golden
Were her galaxy of names-
Like the star-writ page of glory
Of a moonless midnight sky-
For the South In song andS story
Is a them-? to never die.
-Will N. Denton.
Through a "Help Wanted" advertise-
ment you may secure the services of:
A-Artists, Actors, Auctioneers,
Architects, Agents, Assistants,
B-Bookkeepers, Bakers, Backers,
Barbers, Blacksmiths, Buyers,
Bill-clerks, Bartenders.
C-Cashiers, Cooks, Collectors,
Canvassers. Clerks,
Chambermaids, Catters,
Compositors, Carpenters.
DI-Deorators, Designers,
Detectives, Doorkeepers,
Dressmakers, Drivers, Drapers,
E-ElectrlcianA Editors,
eamelers, Eagineers,
engravers, rrand boys.
F--4PremeM Foremen, Fitters,
Farmhands, feeders,
Financiers, Factotums.

0-Oovernesses, Grooms,
Glass-cutters, Guarna
Gatemen, Gas4tters..
H-Houseworkers. Hairdressers,
Hall boys, Harness-makers,
House keepers, Hawkers.
I-Instructors, Iron-workers,
Illustrators, Inveators,
Icemen, Inspectors.
J--Janitors, Journeymen,
Job-printers, Jonlers.
K-Kalaominers, Kitchen-workers,
L-Laborers, Laundresses,
LAthographers,' Linemen.
M-Machinista, Managers.
Masons, Mechanics,
Musicians, Milliners.
N-Nurses, Nigbhtl-ork
News-boys, Neot t ,
Needle-workers. *
0-Organists, Operators, Oilers,
Olce-work~r, Opticians.
Painters, Proff-readars,
Plumbers, (Pressmen,
Plasterers, Porters.
uG-Qarrymen, Qeoters,
Quartette sigers.
R-Railroad men, Rollers,
Runners, Representatives.
S-Stenographers. Salesmen,
Stock-old ks, Stewards,
Seamstresses, Solicitors.
T-Tailors Tenors, Tinners,
Type-writers., Treasurers,
U--Upholsterers, Umpires,
Utility-men, Union men.
V-Vest-makers, Valets,
Violinists. Varniskhrs.
W-Waitremses, Wrappers,
Window-dressers, Weavers,
X Ray Operators.
Y-Yachtsmen, Yardmen.
Z-Zoologists, Zither-players,

stmage *amses Cuastem.
They have a novel method in 8a1i
of getting rid of the bodies of pauper
and criminals. I one of the temple
is kept a fleck of a budred vulture.
and the bodies, Instead of being bori*
r burned, are given to them as food
As soon as they catch sight of a bod]
the rapacious creatures gather arounM
It, and It only takes them a minute o
twoto pick allhe fesh of It.
A repugnant sight It t but, record
Ing to Siamese physicians, ft is an ex
tellent seaitary meamre. The soil o
laim. they peltik, In ~ a* y most
and hence It is mmeh better that bodie
should be treated ta this way than re
placed In the ground, for, if buried
tey weald surey prove more or less o
a menace to thepubli health.
After the vultrie have finilsed tbeh
feast the s abetom are placed h
wooden boxes and burned.

nla the fourteenth centary the parts
clerks of London frequently took a par
In tf miracle plays, then eommenll
aet~d in chwrb, and also ammuall;
performed mystery plays In public
near the old ekas well which gayv
Its name to Clerf weIL Oecss allI
they even acted before alty. IThu
HoUshed records that the Loew"
parh elerks tof the Brotbelood of St
Kobelea, who 0tr1a iI weje a 4igat
led body with a e-t6r1,q guiM and
baD lf -a s own ta Bl sgei tr et
perfumt a play. three su-cesive
alihm bestoe Ruebtst IL and his qwm
sad cot te d irt the regal resent
meat aalnst thei ei'e1 t Leaua fu
a mIet riot l the .






The Mother's

And the


SEWALL, Author and

-I -~

BELIEE that there is a great menace fo the family, and con-

L sequently to the state, indicated by certain tendencies of
opinion and life. Chief among these I consider the tendency
to magnify the responsibility of WOMEN and IGNORE
the responsibility of men. The birth of a child implies two
parents. From my point of view it is entirely impomiblp to exag-
gerate the necessity for purity, devotion and responsibility which
should be required of mothers.



I believe that there are dangers of race degeneration, if not im-
mediate danger of race extinction. There is no doubt that one of these
dangers proceeds from the selfishness, the love of ease and the per-
sonal vanity of woeken, who from these causes are moved to escape
what they consider the BURDENS of maternity.
These conditions cannot be too seriously deprecated nor too
severely reprimanded by any one, but this evasion by married women
of the maternity, which is the crown of the wife, is but one cause of
the existing menace to family life.
It at It
MEN ARE NOT LESS SELFISH nor less ease loving nor lee
desirous of seeking material comfort and physical luxury at the ex-
pense of the sacrifice of children than our women.
It is ridiculous to talk as if women were the sole party to the port-
ponement of marriage in a state of society which does not permit wown-
en to propose marriage.
Men postpone marriage and move from or never secure simple in
dividual homes that they may be spared the responsibility of keeping
an individual furnace running and that they may escape other small
duties which fall to the lot of the average independent householder,
and they do this because they love ease, comfort and luxury more
than the chaste pleasures of family life, ACCOMPANIED BY ITS
I personally know scores of young women in all respectable sta-
tions of life, from the industrious, well paid clerk, stenographer and

reporter, through all classes of teachers, through all classes of the
daughters of men, from well to do to opulent, whose hearts yearn for
an opportunity to live an independent family life, for a chance to
help to found # home and produce children.
Of* these the working portion would gladly give up the independ-
ence of a peMonal wage and salary and do, instead of the work which
new oecup$ them, the housework IN THEIR OWV HOMES
if young mn of equal purity of personal life and equally fine domestic
and mor lings should give them a chance to help to build a pur
home androeduce pure, untainted children.
The jtung women of the second class referred to, daughters of
homes o comfort and luxury, would leave their present round of
afternoon teas and evening receptions and go from their present lux-
urious environment under their parents' roofs with joy for the chance
to carry oht their own ideals and their own purposes in founding a
simple home with some young man of their own class equally willing
to give up his bachelor luxuries for the most dignified estate of hus-
bandheood"aid paternity.
What i deprecate is talking about the production and nurture of
cerning them. I realize that in the nature of the case the mother has
not only the stronger prenatal influence over the child, but also the
greater influence during its first years.
I consider it a blot upon civilization that the educational systems
of a country which, like ours, boasts of its intelligence and culture,
takes no accormt of the functions of wifehood and motherhood in the
education of its girls.
Notwithstanding this defect in the education of girls, generally
speaking they are MUCH Bh'ELiER PREPARED IN BODY
AND MIND for their duties as wives and mothers than young m-
are for their duties as husbands and fathers.




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

* 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease
f which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg-
r omyia Fascists. which is the common domestic or cistera m.Jsquito of New
D Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood
of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after-
wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the
b importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began.
S 3. The mosquito (Stegomyta Fascists) is powerless to convey the dis-
6ase to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed
after biting the yellow fever patient. Thih period of incubation in the mos-
quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the
body of the mosquito and to migrate from the lnseet's stomach to Its salivary
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900,
y that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, tn the hot summer months,
a to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season.
a 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ In its body during the period
. above speciied, the Stegoflmyla is ready to transmit the disease during the
- entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the
tasect has access to water. (Gulteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
yellow fever with a Stegomyia Afty-aeven days old. Guiteras with another
S101 days old. [Note-According to Ag amute, m tegomyla Fascata In Havana
can omly be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Ivustna4, says
Dupree. it bites without coaxing within twenty-for hours after emerging from
Sthe pps ease. It was believed, at onettme, that: (1) the females o 8teg-
r omyi must be imprWeated before they wi l te: (2) that the female, after
&S once, does not appear to bite a seeA d time, or at least until fve or

OwIr .

Is now conducted by the Health Authro'ties, Immediately after notification Ny
the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when delay In obtaln-
ng sanitary relief is unavoidable. the phy.-lcian and nur.;e must direct the
members of the household in applying the pi described regulations.
Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health
Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the present
Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver and gigt
from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic nature,
which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objects tIfgUy
with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline appite:i with a brush.
Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thor.
roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopplang ail
openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows sail
Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
hem with a paste made of flour.
The sulphur should be placed in an Iron pot. flat skillet preferred, an,
his placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient wa'er receptacle with about
n inch of water In the bottom. This is a precaution which must be takes to
ruard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set are to
he house.
The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lilgtalngit.
The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
nd weUll ventilated.
NOTE-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
le room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
f sulphur neceaqry to fumigate the room divide the cubic contems" by 54.
nd the result wfll be the amount of sulphur require I in pounds.
Take, oDr example, a room 15 feet long, 10 fiet wide and 10 fet ligh, we
rould maltiply 1 52lOxl. equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 65 a-d yoM
ill have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.

The lpurnal delivered to any

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eseM days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomylaj in LoulsdaM
that hve been Isolated and reared apart from the mualg wll bite promptly
and fregentr. Probably after they have digested tAeir bleed egal, W like
AnopholeU. wlthit three to five days after. 1
5. A. period. "varying from two to ive days. usually elapq ater te .Uwe
of an Infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop ji
the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen ca-a
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
from fortyone hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculatole.)
6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Fatciata bites
a yellow fever patient within the flrst three days of the disease. It will have
to incubate the poison ia its body from twelve to eighteen days (lacabatoa
period in the mosquito): then. if it bites a susceptible person at the explr-
tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifst it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore. inesrimatiug the probable spread of
yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his eaviron
ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the de-
truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that M ral
days may slap"e before a mosquito infected from the flrs- case may bite a
susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
days, which tis the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans In t!e
present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case
after its first appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
that the poison is Incubating in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma.
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bit'en person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomiites t1. e. articles
or Inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of chothing, bedliag
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
the disease (a rare occurrence): and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in.
10. There is no possibility cr contracting yellow fever from the blackt
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever cause',l as it always is. by the bite of the
Stegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.

Duties of the Trained Nurse.
1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,
earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should and their way
2. That as the Inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient shq
must co-operate .with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar-
dian of the pubic health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct.
ly the most eelent and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever la infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of
the mode of tranwtmisson of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an
mon-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household ol
the patient, (especially if these are not immune) largely, if not entirely.
3. NBery nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yelloww fevet
patient Is lanocuous and absolutely harmless to even the mot susceptible
non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access ol
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may ther"
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well In the sick
room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
during the Arst three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
5. The Ulssion of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a
patient, surertag from ary kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow
fever, who is coasded to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito,
even if the fever Is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoyfta
and harmful even if not infective to the patient, and it must be looked up=
as an evidemee of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
6. No nurse eta consider .herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless shy*
has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science am
experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected patients and
those persona who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertion for safety
from the Infected.
7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
handle nla proteectig her patients are:
(A) The MesqMtt Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In HIe Sid.
1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
passage of mosquMoes.
3. MoeqVtowe can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
patient's bod Ip Ia contract with the netting.
3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are n torn
places In the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging tide.
The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from
5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed In.
side, not meely drive or shaken out.
6. All caes of fever should be promptly reported to the physictan;
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par.
ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially in infants anad
children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man.
ifeets itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that It uI
likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the snam.
toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cases af,
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
(B) Scr-ef.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside
of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provtsional scre
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
secured to the openings of the sick room.
(C) Sulphur ahd Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
Fumigate the Mroom with sulphur or pyrethrum insect t powder) to deStror
possibly lteeted mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
Sulphur burua in as iron pot is the surest way, and if used in proper quamatty
will not injure fabrics or color ;. Three pounds in an average room 8is nB-
cient If the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,i
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitaiy authorities: and one pound eo
insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suice to stupify the mosquitoes. Tho
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. 'ahe
fumes of sulphur will not remain long. and household Ammonia spritkleJ
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
The fumisgation should be done in the morning, so that the room will be
free of o'ior by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the me
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared for
te reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the dis.
Tested room as early as possible after the fourth day.
The work of infection and mosquito destruction, as well as screentan

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|to* pro*mi **m. ad I U the gret sdseft which too
dI *c said felows the b-ea- g of childrea-t That we wold do
aythiag withia er power to obviate the possibility of sua an ba
.. pat... aadmk of qemm; t...we-..k d weE tds 12

by mm h as been deied. whose fiction k i nto prepare is advaaes the
mades and timuesj iately associated with parturition...
Tt linaimet is for temal appmletios. By its Ms the parts. me laed
ad embled to wihstmad ot eol the actual straiua brought to bear on them
-dwa c mc et. but a]so em wthi ordeal-and speedily regain their
aermal pra-or em a toxicity. It is et iritattag to the most sensitive s.
Amn^M i4 m 1 A= toaslcam. era ot to caU it Mter' aFri
ift doSV= faodly.Lw. iAMMiin ftvAdadWdf







la speaking of the yellow fever X*
nation last night Dr. Porter said that
the state toward of health was doivg
everything possible Just now, aud
that all the ckizens would cooperate.
"We are all very tired from over-
work," said the doctor. "Even after
I retire may phone continaeu to ring
and in many cases it is some person
who desires to know how the situa-
tion is. Of course, I muAt answer the
phone, because I am very frequently
called to the hospital oB l= npoanat
"I wish you Would impress the pub-
lie," said the doctor, "that the stnte
board is not taking care of pat!ebts.
When they wish to report cases of
sickness, they should report to the
city health officer and not to me.
This applies likewise U, physician's
More or les contusion arises from
the fact tha: some of them report to

me city n na i oneer, while otmera
1W a e 0 Snm WEh FI FL TDICP DADIRK report to me. All cases should be re-
a- 1 -, W LLLV I~ V /I v *poi ted to Dr. Pierpont, as your ordln-
i .FOR N OROES ance provides, and Dr. Prpont makes
I FOR THF. F ,ROI[ ,a condensed report to me."
v The law covering this particular
i 1 ~point is embodied in the ordinance
which was passed by the council n4
TERMINAL COMPNY'MAY POSS1 September, 6, 1905, and is covered by
CURIOUS ATTITUDE WHICH OR. BLY TURN THAT RESORT section No. 5, which is reproduced
here for the information of the ges-
GVAND-AEA"EL Or" C AN The City Law.
rM BE L g~~Section. 5. That whenever yellow
tLA. OF HNALTH ON LEAVING In probabilites ectric Park fever shall xist the C:ty of Pen.a-
cola it shall be the duly of any
m will be turned over to the negroes next physicain -who shall visit or attend
5mmess. At lest, this Son to be y patient suffering !fom fever of
the present inclination of the oicals any kind tc report such case of fever
The people of AJpaleh nla do not of the Terminal Copalay. to the City Health Ofmr within five
a the Trpoam there or say freight Conasderable MoSy was pWent on (5) hours; end it shall b~ the duty of
tre Pewaaola. They are very ta- the park Mamt seaNso, and the place the City Health Ogcer to make im-
eas, a"d have appealed to Surgeow was put in fairly good shape, but the mediate report of each such case of
Wyman for p ptectob. company is not pleased with the ftan- fever to the State Board of Health.
Dr. Perer received the tIllowla cmal returns.
o-eram& m Brgeo Wyman yeuter- It was elected that the plae would
, u explains Itself: be more appreciated' by the whie p- NICE FRESH OYSTERS ON THE
To m Pro msurse Wy mans. ple, and that it would be made a ppu- HALF *E.LL DAILY AT NICK
W .-i mMe D. C, Ot ar e- g = a popular resort AOSTLE
. s. ~ er, D. Calth Oct.er, 1P a 1 the evenap, but It seems that
S s HealthOcer. P Magnolia Bluff, in a number of in- Receiver Named for Newspaper.
IWe asceiyw d the oowlng f arom stances was idm th e l Lake Charles, La., Oct. 5.-On ap-
ASmSiSS? "Apal to your pro from a financial staolpoit the int'.- plication of tne Calcasite National
an ag t ear Taro lanad- tory venture was a dhimal failurean Bank, N. L. Green was appointed re-
S m ela withat pir-opr- the park may be trwed over to thle celver today for the Press Company,
.d .IL W. o Mayor." negroes next summer, alt is belheve4 Ltd., publishers of the Daily and Week-
M n i emar. .it would be more pvery anxious t r ly Press. This action was taken on
WYMAN. The negroandome avanc e fe sson of judgment by the directors
@the park. and m0 eadances hae -in favor of the bank. which is the larg-
Or. wwui" Ainniw. ready been made the Terminal Cotn- est creditor. The liabilities Are $1,-
ft ba Dr. ftrtr pay r next season, which are now e.
min d m Wymaa the tollowiug: being given serious emUCderattoa. *
Pm 11Fm %, Oct.k NIM. The regular weokl it aces given
gWy aS. there last summer were very popular, Death BlOw to Poker.
Waashta D. C. and were always attended largely by Opelousas. La., Oct. 5.-The Board
gplytng to yours of this date rels- people from Pensacola and also from of Aldermen passed a drastic anti-
twk to steer Tarpon and protest of the navy yard', but tis was insuffi- gambling ordinance at its eassion laqt
mays w Apalachicola against her clent, says President Northup, to meet night. It designed to stop the play-
fibang, report that O algiht August the expenses of running extra trains ing at cards for money, and was bit-
2th, before fever was announced here and late ears tr the' occasions. terly opposed from some quarters.
Tarpon left for Apalacaicola and Car- The picenics given there were also.
rabelle and intermediate potats. Re- successful, but there were not enough Peculiar uit for Damages.
tearing from there steamer old not o* them to suit the street car corn l., Out f .o Da m es
oas to cty, but under my advice un- pany. Annlstcon, Ala., Oct. 5.-In the city
loaed sad loaded at quarantine under It will be a source of great regret to court the evidence in the e of Mrs
Or. White's supervision and was given; the white people ff the company cae- Alaizoaa Cobb vs. W. T. Owenm is be-
pratique fo Arpaac-A"bie and Carrr- ries out its present intention, but this ing heard today. Mrs. Cobb Has
ble. On reaehlag Apalachicola and- will cut but little Iee with the com- brought uit for $10,000 against Mr.
(Crrabelle, was prevemto by shot-gun pany. Owen for the alleged murder of her
utbwods from discharging her cargo Just what the residents along the husband at White Plains In 1903. Mr.
at docks at both places, sad it was not bay shore line will think about the Owen claims that he killed Cobb in
at the governor ordered the sheriff pr-position is also a & atter that could self-defense. and hence is not liable
o ptect steamer ti discharging car- probably not be comfortably handled for damages. Mrs. Cobh will attempt
i was she permitted to land; at least without asbestus gloves, but as in th t prove that the killing of her husband
sch is my formation. On again re- other case the company is not likely deprived her of the provider for the
trang herm the steamer unloaded to attach much importance to what sustenance of the family, leaving sev-
S ltaded is quarantine. A schooner they think. eral children dependent upon her for
bub" wth asne whc w went from their livelihood.
this port to quarantine on Santa Rosa THREE MEN INJURED
Ilmad and lay out her period there, IN LOG ROAD WRECK Wem Pt W aeme .
aad was glvn pratique by Dr. White, - w agri h-
-as also retased admission by city Brewton. Ala.. Oct. 5.--A wreck oc- It was generally supposed during his
authorities of Apalachicola. The Tar-! cured on the Cedar Creek Mill com-. lifetime that Paganini had more re-
pea l here recently or Mobile and pany's log road about twelve miles guard for bank notes than for musical
smbly was quarantined at Mobile. east of town yesterday by the track notes-that, in fact, he was a heartless,
them she leaves Mobile it will be for spreading, the engine and tender turn- selfish miser. It is true that, as a rule,
alacpleioola direct so the owner in- tng over. No one was dangerously he was very chary with his money (he
ruas me. It is respectfully suggest- injured, but the engineer, W. C. Dar- died worth $500.000). but that he was
@d that 'the collectors of customs at ley. sustained painful bruises about also occasionally generous is amply
per hin Florida be instructed to en- the bead. side and log. The fireman proved by several Incidents in his ca-
Saree a recognition of pratiques issued escaped with very slight bruises. reer. One of his last concerts was giv-
tre U. 6. quarantine stations. William Rainer, a drummer t1om en at TUrin for the benefit of the poor.
1ORT1M Chicago, was also on the engine and He gave Berlos. the great French corn-
Why This Fearn- his left ankle was caught under the e e 0,000 ns
Jat why the people of Apalachicola engine when it turned over and it was poser, the large su of a ),0o france
sb% stand In such abject fear of two hours before he could be lIberat- simply as a mark of admiration for the
& Wsnc staon of Foyellow fever by the el'. A physician wps imded ately latter's "Symphonie Fantastique." But
a tmaEmisson of yetow fever by the summoned to the Cene of thewacident better than this was the manner of his
TSter objection seems to lie in the and gave the men temporary attention befriending a little Italian whom he
fat that she is not kept in quarantine and they were brought to town I found playing on the streets of Vienna.
Pensacola. but there is no use doing night and their wounds properly dress- The boy confided to him that be sup-
ia smch e o o fo ed. It is not thought any serious re- ported bis sick mother by his playing
e tolachioola. but goe from sults will follow and that he had come from the other
ha ditret to Mobile where she is tide of the Alps. Paganini was touch-
kept n quarantine the required five ROOSEVELT PLE E DICK d at once. He literally emptied his
days, after which she loads at Mobile HIS SUPPORT JN 04410. pockets into the lad's hand and. taking
Old them goes to 8t. Andrews, Apala- his poor instrument from him, began
chicota Carrabelle and other points. Washington. Oct. 5.-Senator Dick. "the most grotesque and extraordinary
En the Arst instance the Tarpon did chairman of the Ohio republican exe- performance possible." Presently there
met come to Pensacola at all. In the cutive committee, haa' a conference was quite a crowd around the curious
second instance she came to Pensa- with President Roosevelt today rela- pair, and PagannL concluding his solo,

is sot afraid of the Tarpon there seems puld do everything in his power to ed off with his companion, remarking,
a. be no reasonB why Apoalchicola itrsure the success of the republican "I hope I have done a good turn to the
should be eause there this fll little animal."
pn bI Senator Dick is anxlous that asw
S- many members of the cabinet as possi- Th He dtf the Garwash.
HEALTHY PLANTS tle may make speeches in Ohio during The garish, an American fresh water
H-- i the campaign and it has bee agree, flh with long toothed Jaws lke those
leqire the Most Careful Attention tentat'ively that secretaries Taft, at a crocodile, has a skin that.can be
as Well as Good Soil. Shaw. Wilson and Bonaparte and At- polished smooth until it has a finish
Did you ever see a rocbud which- torey General Moody will participate like ivory. It makes beautiful Jewel
despite tuel most benefic~ntaned are it. the campaign. caskets and picture frames. This skin
mepht er- soloed nev" to achieve a KATHERINE KIDDER, WELL used to be converted into armor by
health rvhme. neI KNOWN ACTRESS, MARRIED some tribes of American savages, and
A ton of manure will not help a the hide is so tough and hard that it
plant that ias a canker eating out its New York. Ot. 5.-MIss Katherine makes a breastplate that can turn a
heart. Kidder. who is connected with distin- knife or spear. Some of the fiAmer specl-
You canno' cure Dandruff and Bs!'- gi:ishbtd Virginia families. has meus that have been found are hard
ness by rubbing oi hair lotions, ard wealthy relatives in the north, andhas enough to turn even a blow from a
rubbing in 'as.!ine. etc. Icng been a star on the oramatie tomahawk. The savages who were this
You mu..; !hok to the (*use of the stage, notably in "Mme. Sans Gene," fish armor also used to wear a fish hel-
troueable---its a germ at the ruoos ot has. th. Herald says, giva her friends met. It was mads from the skin of the

your hair which causes iz to fall cut. a surprise. She has bees quietly mar- prickly porcupine fish, and, besides pr
Newbro's Herpicide destroys the tried to Louis K. Aaspacher. Ph. D.. of testing the wearer's head,. it was aed
germ, and healthy hair is the sure re- Columbia University. The wedding I. as a weapon of offense The warriors
suit. a surprise also to his friends. The' atted their enemies with It auodas it
For sale by W. A. D'Alembert'- ceremony took place last Wednesday tted their enemies with ad i
druggist and apothecary, 121 Somth at the home of her brother, Pancoast had hundreds of ironlike spikes, the
Palatol street. or d 14 la stamns Kidder, in Fyettevill, near Syracae,! operation was especially palanful to the
to The Herpicie Ca, petroit, Mich. JNew York. ebj'ect of attack.


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One Man Killed and Two Waond-









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ad in Tragic Pist ol y
Cm Affray. YEL

Mobile. Ala., Oct. 5.--One man wa3
S).O ,rb P t T- o . shot and instantly killed, one mortally MAK nT
wli s .W O ever wounded and another riously wond- MAKE A DETEI
Ss skl. gtoa e rsenobnour let stope L ccc. ed by John Fischer, 28 years ol', a
S telling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 59 railroad engineer, yesterday morning
AN A L SALE TEl MILLIOn BOXES a few minutes after 8 o'clock in the
AMAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES iOsceola Saloon, corner of Lawrence LET US SE1
.... and Dauphin streets.
The dead:
CARLOAD FLORIDA exander Price Baker, aged 21. SULPHUR,
Hamilton MeKean, aged 22.
Seriously wonnaed:
Joseph V. Hart, Jr., aged S |.DUID r
The coroner made an investigation SULPHUI rUI L
and recommended the holding of Fisch-
ONE JUST SHIPPED TO IALIFOR- er without the benefit of ball.
Fischer, who did the shooting, used
NIA FROM JEFFERSON a 38-caliber Smith & Wesson pistol.
COUNTY. which he emptied.
The shooting was the outcome of a
gambling bout, wnicn began last night
between the q-artette mentioned with
Tallahassee, Oct. 5.-Hon. W. M. a game of poker oice .or drinks in a W s m E
Girardeau of Monticello, who repre- saloon ip the restricted district, fol-
sented Jefferson county in the last leg- lowed by a game for money, which end- -I
islature was a prominent visitor at the ed in a fight, iii which Fischer In alle s,
capital yesterday. ed to have been attacked by the other
Mr. Girardeau has made considerable three who followed and again attacked --
tame and money growing watermelon him after he had escapee' them. on 1 0W.
seed for market. Three-fourths of the Baker, Hart and ,caean are alleg-. .
mnielon seed planted in th States are grown in JeffersOn county., Fischer fell in win .aem. When they
It is an iacustry that brings many found he had money they -odlowed him l
thousands of dollars annually into the about from place to place until the
county. stated yesterday that gambling was begun in the saloon last DON'T MISTA
Mr. (Girardeau stated yesterday that night I
he had shipped a carload of seed of a William Sheehan also had trouble
famous new melon--Chili-to Los An- with Hart during the night or early LY E L
geles. Cal. this morning, and some tim3 later this
When asked how much a carload of morning Fischer met Sheehan at Dau-', At Us dst f tlh yar th
seed was worth Mr. Girardeau declin- phin and Franklin street ana' propos- Aso
ed ot say exactly but that the figures ed a drink, for which they went to the
ran up into the thousands. Osceola saloon, a block away. ANTi
Fischer started to enter the saloon --I LEW A.l l.
by the front entrance, and as he part-! IT CURE
FLORIU A BOY IS ed the swinging doors he saw Baker, Sold at a
Hart and McKean lined up at the bar iM a c O Whom
1KILLED BY fRIEND aes r..drinking. |. l l B t
KILLE D BY FRIND It is alleged that one of the men at :
the bar recognized' Fischer, applied an
epithet and made a move as though
BOYS i HAD BEEN LIFE-LONG starting toward him.
BOYS HAD BEEN LIFE-LONG FiNer, quick as a flash, put his
FRIENOS AND ONE WHO DID gun into action. He stood between the
swinging doors and emptied his pistol H. L. COVINGTON, Pree
SHOOTING IS ALMOST at the three men with telling effect. A C. W. LAMAR, Vke-Pr.
number of other meinwere n the THE AMERI
PROSTRATED. loon at the time, and &ll narrowly es- T
caped the flying bullets. John Golden,! I AMERll
who was at the bar, rushed out past
Galnesville. Oct. 5.-A sa' tragedy Fischer anQi was powder-burned.
occurred near Fnlrsukand, in the West It is the opinion of the police that DESIGNATED DEI
Bad, the htaIrmatW~o of which reached Hamilton McKean was the first victim,
this city yesterday. This tragedy cost he being shot in the left ear, the ball Cap l Stock,
Wifliam Hines, si of .1tr. and Mrs. lodging in the shoulder. He is be- -
Wylie Hines, his life, although it was lived to be fatally wounded. Henry I. Oovlngtc
purely an accident, and no one more The second shot struck Price Baker J. Pfelffer.
than the person tn whom the gun was in the side and the third struck him in Bryan Ouawody
'tred, regrets the *ad affair. the back, passing through the heart. rtn e ey
Lester Kirby and Wflliam Hines, two He fell to the floor and died in a few Frank eily
proftflent yoUng m tiof the neighbor- minutes. W. Rosasc.S
hood, were in the woods hunting hogs. Two other shots were fired by F'sch- T. F. McOG riln
They were trailing a narrow path er found lodgement in the legs of Jos-i F. IL Brawer,
through the hammock, Hines in the eph Hart, who was shot through both C. W. LSarW,
lead, with pieces elevated, when in thighs and is seriously wounded. J. I. SLtunders,
some unaccountable manner the gun H. M. McGlnnis, owner of the bar. A ounts of Banks, andi
ir the hands ot Kirby was discharged, states that Sheehan and Hart engaged Four I P
the contents taking effect in the back in a row as Sheehan entered the bar
of Hines's head, killing him instantly, with Fischer, and almost simultaneous
Distracted with grief, young Kirby ly the shooting began.
rushed to the nearest house, stating Fischer, to all appearances, was the WM. H. KNOWLB,, Presld
what ha, happened. He was accom- calmest man at the scene of the THOS. W. BRfTr, Astt. C
panied to the scene, when the ghastly slaughter, and remained in the bar
sight came near causing the young until an officer came, making no at-.
man, at who-e hands Hintes had met tempt to get away. oi
his death, to faint. It was clearly a Fischer is the son of Conrad FIsch-
case of accident, however, as the er, an aged citizen of th-. county, and
young men had been firm friends since is a railroad engineer in the employ of
early childhood, and the jury returned the Seaboard Air Line, with headquar-1
a verdict of accidental killing. ters at Raleigh, L. C. He came here
Sunday on a visit Lo thee bedside 3f his
father, who has been dangerously II,
iDITOR BETTINGER, OF and was In Mobile on route to his
OCALA, BADLY HURT work at Raleigh.
Alexander Price Baker, the dead DIRECTORS. F. C. B
Ocala, Oct. 5.-C. L. Bettinger edi- man, was a son of tae late A. P. and
tor of the Ccala Star, happened to a Kate Y. Baker, and Pisded at 314 K.
very painful accident Monday night Adams street.
while in the barn feeding his horse Hamilton MoKean, who is fatally
In an endeavor to climb over t wounded. ia pater, ana is the son InpafO n M d lolm
partition t'* get the feed he slipped of H. L. McKean, a grocer. LVITD5U
and fell on a box. He fainted, and it Joseph V. Hart is the son of Ser-
was some little time before he rec.v- geant Joseph Hart, for many years aa We draw our own Bilk
ered sufficiently to get back to the officer of the Mobile police force. change on Great Britain,.

house. A physicians w'i summoned ,
but all day yesterday Mr. Bettinger
suffered great pain. Hi., friends will
greatly regret this accident that has
befallen him.


The case of Dr. J. S. Herron which
was called up yesterday morning in
Police Couit was continued until! tc
day, as Lhe doctor represented that
he could not appear on account of
professional duties.
The case will again be called this
morning, at d many are already specu-
lating on the outcome of it.,
Incendiary Fires Storehouse.
Hebron, Miss., Oct 5.-An attempt
was made by an ineendiary last night
to burn the storehouse of the S. L.
RUey Mercantile Company. The fire
wag discovered and extinguished with
slight loss. No arrests have been

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Mandeb"andaN y.




Special to The Journal.
DeFuniak, Oct. 5.-McCall Brothers
have opened up an up-to-date grocery
store a2d we bespeak for them a gen-
erous patronage.
Mr. H. C. Register, the well known
turpentine operator of Cottondale, has
bought out the firm of W. J. Davis &,
Co., at Bearhaad, paying $1,600.00
for the property. Mr. Register .will
move his family to DeFunlik, leaving
Messrs. J. D. Andrews and M. M. Mo-
Intyre in charge of the Cottondale
Mr. I. S. Lurle left for points ii4
North Carolina and Indiana to pu:-
chase stock for the Lurie Furniture
Mr. R. W. Storra is puttfng forth a
big effort to make the DeFuniak Fairj
a success. If each town in West!
Florida had a few such bustling ci-';
zens as Mr. Storra. the fair not only i
would be a success, but the whole'
country would be better off. i
i A

Brakeman Loses Hand.
Laurel, Miss., Oct. 5.-While coup-
ling ears this afternoon in tboe yards
here Harry Wilson. a young white
man employed as brakeman by the
Gulf ad Ship Island Railroad, had
ome of hi s aa ao badly. crashed that
amputation was necessary.


is a great doel omalJari and chus ad few.
a paitfve evatatvT try
11 drug stores or at

ldent M. E. CLARK, CashIer.
dent, JNO. PFEIFFER, Ast. Cashkr.


$200,000 Surplus, S40,000


S. J. Etoshe.
A. M. Avery.
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawta.
C. A. O'NeaL
Dr. W. J. Haussai
McKenzie Oertb g
AJex McGowln,
C. M. Covington.

vitals, Corporatlonr, and Ffrms Seo L |
tL lterest paid on Time Depomits.


W. K. HYETR, JR., V.-Pres. sad Ca-le
W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier.

national Bank
d Pesmtm, h,

re V. A. Blount, WI. m. Kawles.
H r D. C. Brent

itic Exfange nogt a Sd.

If Ex-

Germany, France Au trti Ialy,
Holland, Spain, elg im, Russia.
Norway, Swedt Denmark, and
other European Oewtrioes.

Vessels disbursed upon the moet
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gations taken paymple at Port of
Destination Ten Day* After V es
sel Arrives there.

Safety Deposit Baes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Depsa tinnt for the use of Renters.


-Intelst PIp aw Depesitn
rauw -,N &.M"WU ~ -

n~ft or 4 per cow per OIIII

M.. bumuess uss Agoom s. MANBW MO5ZMU. &W. CAM"
Citizens Nationa! Bank,
~temecu a.~l~-4&.
Gem w wntlgb MWASitsmer, 'T. IL Wet!.

J. S. REESE. Pr M.m. W. MENEFEE, Cashier.
IL IL CARY. Vlte President.
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Gov. Blanchard of Louisiana was de- THE PERFECT S AUTMIFIE
Me s mles on me, scribing the precaution that a cer- _
A happy ap I ought to be, tain vveteran physician had taken tit hU t'm
r Ara"ni ta smiles on rue. against the spread of a contagious faial bl mishbe traces of eam worry, t*
That's true, bu: then disemD. o "ex-mit.oa fr b &mstawloos
I onow she smilese other men Kawing the people he had to d-al a a eagfa slikeamaa t
Sonly oe of nine or ten. with," Gov. Blanchard -aid, "he sw. levtiag the skim soft,. eeist.r
There's Simpson, Johnson, JenkinI6 that his rules were carried out beflo Sote writkle or ble istah MalSSSS.tmr-
orese. one of thesr people lef* their homes. cbhemts and Expe rt eatolt. At
Ad Porter, Wilkins, Tubbs and They had tricked him in the past. Heh-, made r faded, be&o p bbaiflt
os youthftl at forty and At a they webn
Dean. would not be tricked again. He wi, at twenty also used by m with te ba
he doesn't thrown like the Camden clergyman of my bo) wondertal results. BeaqloU M.teso
On Smith or Brown. eouhood.o EE of o W llSw,
Ad that's what itiga'cs m glee This clergyman once married a cer- WRINKLaS. acAR. 8AL F0 -
When Aramlnta smiles Jn me. lain huckster, who, after ceremony. TINGS sad all DIraIUStGW .I
declared he was unablee to pay a weed-. N Pee bO cents. V3RY IY
he gave to me ding fee, and so willy nilly, the clergy- For sale by leadlang dragiMst wes
A lock oe hair, which you'll 1me. man had to let him off. 'It reet to
A e a if she favored me. "Some ears later the good man 6 R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO.
But then, who knows? found the ,ame huckster before hint Dept. it.fA1.
ge gave tL Robinson a ro.-e with another woman. its first wio Peactio's book called freenap
Mad there are otht r.L, I suppose. had died. Now he desired to yokel _
1 A glove I know young Simpsoar with a second. e
ows. ""The miniber was itling enough BY PRIl S, ALA.
Ier photograph she gaie to Jones. to remarry the man. but this time n S
)f Brow she wrore would take precautions, i Under. Now Management.
J perfined note. "So, leading the brid-.qroom to one A delightful resort immune from
o I do" prize that lock. yo see, sidb, he he- out his hand and sald `i. fever, offers to refugees elegant at-
T'rat Araminta gave to me. a low voice: commodations and board at $25 per
--Chlcgo News. ..My fee month, S7.50 per week. B'rything
-4-- 'Oh, yes. of course said the huck- first-class.
MisstaMua Pinney is at Brent whee' ster. confusedly, and ne placed a
r.M Joh& L Pinney and Lhe family banknote iii the clergyni..n's palm. t -
Sp spedlig the autumn Miss Pio- "'Thank you,' said th' cleigymas,, "What-jags catching ? Gee I wish
w ha been at Breat since ner --e- with a bland smilh. "T:,at is for the'i'ey was. I'd gEt near mys-ef."
*& f*o Alabama in July. first time. Now we will have the f-o'; "Jags? I understood you to say it
# for this occasion, plea.e.' "-Chicag.' was buns."
K I Chroalle. "So I did. It's de same fing. He's
rn. U. H. Thornton is in New OL a bat."
TTk Coty. "PHONOGRAP FOR RISTORY. "I dli't happen to notice any bat."
SPONORAPS FOR RISTORY. "Well, you're a blind one. You want
Mr. Kaowles Hyer is in New York. Some day the phonograph wiil be to get next to a spetticle factory, you
0 ampmred so that ordinary canversa- di. Why, you could see a mulligan
Hert my friends are pleased to tion oa be caught and preserved in like that half a mile."
bar thbt Mrs. Bonar is getting along tins for examination by future genera- "Is his name Mulligan?"
itely, bm t everyone will regret to tons of school men. Only think what "I dunno what his name Is. I said
barn that the vice-consul is now Ill !an advantage it would 'be to u- it he's got a brannigan."
S(somebo4y had invented the talking "Dear me! Won't you tell me what
h Miss. .Vir.. Brown miascbifa in Chaucer's time. We shoula'd ; the matter with the man?"
he has dsb O fuit ill irgii roitow know that English speech for a differ- "You make me tired. I been tellin'
nt a he is ow morale ent matter from that which now a- you for de last half hour. He's bees
tat Bhe is now convaeb pears t us. Lamentations are heard httin' de can-chasln' de duck-rush-
d au te_. wa bo'- wii'sow and again over tte disappearance! in de growler. He's been straining'
Pretty le daughter wasbon of flexibility in our language. We say red-eye troo his face. He's been paint.
. Mr. Mrs. Roland Lee Thnur that it is losing its poetry, its synmbol-! in his tonsils wit' Delancy Street vart
iy Mo nig ism. that it has ceased to grow, that nlsh. He's been getting' loaded. He
r.it no loger express shades of mean-, ces twins. He's getting' snakes. De
...i'S.rad .tr ,Jlawi Mr. tn What rubbish The fact is. that 'nagerie is after him. But de cops
If Ms t J .at d brothr-t i B' mi r.,f, one way of expressing a thought is wise. Dey'll have de hurry wagon
Sf J. se i B..minf- lin Spakespeare's div we nave a dozen out."
blus. A* on the Bowery In this twentieth cen- '"t must be dreadful to be so af-
,. J. C. PORTER 1INOW ut.ury. pxp.) e for a mon'ent that the flicteo'."
*J. APORTER NOW 'perfeated phonograph has overhear,' "Afflicted nothing He's up to de
MR "L VAN HOOD. and reoried a dialogue on tle Ea-t neck in purple joy."
Baptita throughout the state will Side between a resident and a mission- "I cannot yet understand."
ano with interest ( f th2 marriage of ary. and some philologist or etymoli-I "Ah fade away! Back to de buck.
at Mrs. Louise B. Porter widow of the, giss or the curator of fossil expression,,; saw. Can't ye tell when a JAy like dat
te wv. J. C. Porter of the Bapti.r:finds the record a century hence and has been lookin' at de rosy?"
Witness. to Dr. E. Van Hood, of Ocala.' put it lnto the machine to do a turn "Who is Rosle?"
The 1uarrisge took place at noesn What a disclosure it would be of the "G'wan. youz! He's a'runk."-New
rMt Saturday at the residence of the fertility and variety of our Englishl' Grleans States.
bhde in Ocala. and Dr. and Mrs. Va'~ i'neuage. Imagine a tit of it:
Maod left to- New York expecting t'o Missionary-Is that man ill? Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex-
atarIn a november. i Tammany Statesman-Naw; he's goi tracts flavor perfectly and besides
Mr1. Porter is a very charming and a bun. they go twice as far as most other
aeemplished woman and has friends "I didn't observe that he was eating brands.
ftrgbott this and adjoining states, buns."
q" will aunte In wishing her every, "Come off' I said. he's got a skate." CARD OF THANKS.
tiplnees. "Skating in sumnWer How very i take this method of thanking the
Dr. Van Hood is well know as a unusual!!" many kind friends who came to see
Smccetsful surgrzn whm ddi great ser- "Rats! What's dis you're givin' u:? my husband (Dr. Boulter) during his
ktee a the fee'r stricken Ameri- rDat galoot s got a slant-he's all illness and death and who assisted and
ama soldiers in Cuba during the Span- lrhted up--h,'s full o' budge-bh-oze-- attended at the church services. I am
jbD-Aimerican trouble. rnd will be in',z juice." non begin,-ng to realize after having
e artily corgratulawed !iv his friends -What an extraordinary variety of haj. time to think over the situation,
everywhere. afflictions' Is it ca chiT,-any of it what sincere friendship tiere wag,
for under the present conditions it is
extremely gratifying to think so many
o r a D ai F l Faure xP..ossed their sympathy in this man-
The Journal's D aily Fasion Feature r, at such a time a we are now
passing through.
Gra teful lyv,

Any of tbe materiaSl modish for the waist being drawn down st...a
abirt waist use-lnen, madras, bat.and snug into Ike belt at the waist
ate. hedteta or crepe de ohine-w! line. sleeve is a new mea-l. deep-
make up well after this design. The. ly plea1 to the arm sire. and having
iack is lgin and ts smoothly aeross the ftas tapering O pretty below
ae shoaders, the schodler Akam be- the *W, floats auagA It at the cuff.
t- g cared wot well to the curve of jA drfs.bleld e nl esaay with thiil
t arm, but not beyonL' Backward cuat the armle i close-fItting
Searing pats Aither side of ttie front and MaB el.ew sseelaet with the,
1i nsa ren-galate the fullness m iront, body dea heretatore.

An Impulsive Duebels.
In 1."4 Anne Marie d'Orleans, the
daughter of Philip of France and Hen-
rietta of England, was married to Vie.
tor Amadeus II, and tha brought
aboqt an alliance between the boume
of Stuart and Savoy. The duchess
was an impulsive creature and not sel-
dom was the occasion of surprise and
dismay. After the marriage in Paris
by deputy she traveled to Les Echelles,
where for the first time in her life she
saw her husband. The sequel is amu-.
The duchess had arrived only a few
hours previously and was Just finish-
ing her breakfast as the duke entered
the viiiage. On hearing the approach-
ixg foundd of fifes and timbrels and the
cteophony produced by cheers, voices
and a general hubbub of excitement.
she quickly rose from the table and
looked out of the window to aseertah
the cause of all this stir and commo-
tion, when she saw the pageant, at the
head of which marched a fair young
mnu of distinguished and martial bea
ing. who she was told was Victor Ama-
deus. WiVthout a moment's bestatlev
casting to the winds all the tedio
instructions of etiquette with whih lat-
terly she had been surfeited, dshe flew
down the stairs into the street and
threw herself into the duke's arms.-
"Romance of Saroy."
Two Cwurious Kve.
When Sheffield first became famous
for its cutlery a peculiarly shaped
knife, designed for a variety of useS.
was made with great care and saet to
the agent of the Cutler's company to
London. On one of the blades was en-
graved the following challenge:
London. for thy It@,
Show me such another anteif
The London cutlers, to show tht
they were equal to their AbeleM
brothers, made a knife with a laogts
well tempered blade, the blade having
a cavity containing a rye straw two
and a half inches In length. wholly sur
rounded by the steel; yet., metwinstan.
ntg the fact that the blade ias w
tempered, the straw was mt brnd
singed or charred I the teat! It is
needless to add that te ahaM e 4.
lars acknowledged them w. es -
I ingwmalty.

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ml Tarrm-Wm as Sucty, r sal Elowerm.

First Nationlt Bank.......... $500.
W. S. Keyser Co.............. 200.
American National Bank1...... 20.
Consolidated Grocery Co....... 250.
Fr. J. Schreyer ............... 0.
Those. C. Watson............. 100.
tcamria itealty Co.......... 60
Lee Daniel .................. 25.
W. A. Blount ................ 100.
Hannah Bros............. 10.
re.ople's Bank................ 100.
PenAacola Water Company.... 100.
Leslie E. Brooks............. 10
J. M. Coe................. 10.
Pensacola Inestment Co..... 100.
M. G onslea................ 25.
Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.
German-Amerlcan Laumber Co.. 50.
81unders Mill Co ............ 25.
J. SR. aunders................ 10.
Pensaola, St. Andrews &
GQ t Steamship Co.......... 25
D. Kueleman.................. 10.
J. Geo. *White................ 5.
T. P. Shooter Co.............. 250.
Sos. Coleman ..... ......... 2.
A. F. Warren.. ........... 25.
M. L. Roteh .................... 5.
Jno. B. Jones.................. 5.
T. H. c aLanon & Co ........... 15.
Wm. Johnson & Son .......... 25
Clutter Music Hore........... 10.'
Meyer Shoe Store............. 5.1
Standard Clothing Co........ 1i0.
Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.1
MaxWell & Reeves............ 201
S. Paio, Jr ................. 6.1
P. Campbell................. 5.
I. H. Boyer .................. 1.
Kre .Co................... 10.i
.Hale Wilson ............... 2S.
A. M. Avery.................. 25.1
Gordon & Brown .............. 15.
Those. Pebley................. 5.1
Forbes Furniture Co .......... 4
N. G. Forcetmer ............ 10.0
H. G. DeSllva &Co............. 25.
W. A. D'Aleberte............ 10.0
Jae. MOluh ..... 25.
Sol Cah2 25 ... 21
B. Gerlon..... -.* ... ....... 165.
J. Kryler .....ii............ 17.4
Green & Watsot............ 10.1
J. C. VanPelt................. 6.
The Pensacola Journal........ 25.0
C. B. Parkhin .. ... ........ 10 I
Naval Stores Qxnrt Co.. .. .. 250.(
W. B. BWrigfit o .... ....... 50.4
N. Apostle ...... ............ 25.<
McDavid-Hyer Co............ 25.(
R. G. Bushnell................ 20.(
A. A. Fher................. 50.
H. Bas t & Co................ 100.(
Pensacola Lumbqr Co........ 100.(
F. C. Brent................... 25.(
John'Shepard ................ (
A. DiLustro .................. 10.(
Alex Zelius .................. 1.(
D. Levy ...................... .
&. J. Dunham ................ 5.j
Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.C
0. H. Smith & Som............ 1O.C
Bar Pilota.................. 100.1
W. B. Lamar................ loo.
Scarttt Moreno .............. iC
W. S. Rosaco ............. 1o.Q
Marine Grocery Ce............ .
H. Muller...... .............. .
F. 0. How* CO:........... 25.fl
J. C. Porter.................. 100
J. A. CoIafn .................. 26.0
H. H. Thornton............... 10.0
1. B. Roberts................. 10.0
J. P. Williams Co............ 100.0
T. A. Jennings................ 100.0
Geo. W. Wright.............. 50.0
Cash .. ..................... .0
Quina & Guttman ............ 10.0
Frank Reilly ............... 25.0
S. A. Friedman................ 10.0
D. Dannheisser .............. 0
H. 0. Anson................... 100
Marstoo & Quina ............. 25.0
W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.0
N. Goldring ................. 15.0
Cash.. .... ................ 5.0i
W. H. White & Co............ 5.01



adbon a m- Is Now
for Wor 3UKmg Car-
ried O

Citizens of Pensacola are till re-
sponding slowly to the call for a relief
fund. The money is badly needed.
and is being used most Judilcously. Of:
coarse, more money is needed, and all
those who are able to afford it areI
urged to sen1 if' contributions. The:
ddnAtia to the ftun to date are as
The Donations.




detective stories.

Warren Fish Co.............. 1
Pensacola Stables ............
C. Thiesen ..................
Southern Bell Telephone Co..
J. S. McGaughey.............
Armour Packing Co..........
Dubuisson Bros ..............
Star Lundry ................
L. S. Brown & Co............
Judge H. Bellinger............
Marks & Gayle ..............
Swift & Co., .................
Mrs. Fannie Henderson ......
McKenzie Oerting & Co.......
Dunwody-Alken Co ............
J. S. Roberts ................
Citizens National Banb ...... 1
L. & N. R. R. Co ............ 1
F. W. Marsh .................
R. M. Cary ..................
J. Ed. O'Brien ...............
Pensacola' Gas Co ............
Electric Terminal Railway Co..
Goulding Fertilizer Co ........
John C. Avery.. ..............
.P. Martines.. .. ............
J. W. Maloy,...... .... ..
Welles-Kahn Co .... ......
Rhodes-Futch-Collins Co.. ....
A Moog, ....................
Southern Cotton Oil Co........
F. H. Brawner.. .............
R. P. Reese.....................
D. H. Klusmeler.. .. .. .. ....
Lion Brewery ................
L. Bear Co. ..................
Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
Co. .. . . . . . . . . .
L.Fiedman & Co ...........
Colored List.
Big Zion Sunday senool ....
M. M. Lewey. (Sentinel) ....
Jog. H. James, ..............
W. H. Harvey ...............
Moses Lyman ...............
Richard Morris ..............
Cash ..........................
L. F. And'-rson ..............
Marion Blue .................
Preston Gordon .............
Aaron Johnson ...............
St. Paul church ............ ..
Washington Clark ............
Whitfleld Dupont ............
Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
Baptist Church. .............
A Colored Citizen ............
Ninth Avenue Baptist Church
Aaron S. Johnson ............
Mt. Zion Baptist Church.........

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Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of 'Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the gunuine. These worthless im-
itations have similar sounding name-*.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-.
age. Ask for it and refuse any sub-
stitute. It is the best remedy for:
coughs and odIds. W. A. IDAlemberte
Druggist and apothercar:.', 121 South
Palafox street




At a meeting of the advisory board
of the Peasaeola Classical School hld
et I It was oaU advisaMeto
pt the opening Of the csg*
'eeston until more favorable eod-
tUoa prevail.




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7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 lots,
.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..$1400,
3 houses, renting $18.00 per month
.. .. .. .. .. .... ...........$160 .
3 houses (new) renting $21.00 per
month.. .. .. ... .. .. ...1800.
4 room house, renting $7.00. .6600.
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00
per month...... .... ....$750.
4 room house west Romana $800.00

For Rent.

7 room house, 91& E. Strong.... $1-50
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00
6 room house, 603 N. 8th avenue.
5 room house, 609 N. 8th avenue.
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00
List your real estate with me for
Rents collected and prompt returns

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WANTIDD.-A young respectable lady WANTED.-Men anmi boys wanted to 204y S. Palafox t.. Fisher Building.
of good appearance as partner for earn $5 day. after two months in-
dresmakiqg aad millinery estal.lish- struction, position guaranteed. Coyne
Ua.L Lucrative position for right Bros. Co Plumbing Schools, New York, For sale.
party. For particulars address P. 0O Cincinnati, O., St. Louis, Mo. (Free '
Ro 753. 6octlt* catalogue.) 6octly JUST pment of
JUST R VC-IVa Large shipment of
WAhID.-The Southirn Mttres WANTWD.-Aa intelligent person may imported OMve Oil. Retail by pint,
Go. will ned at your e. sand re- earn $10 to $16 weekly in spare gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
pir your old mattress or sell you a time oorrespooding for newspapers; & Co., ship handlerss an. grocers, 701
aew .me eabp. Phonbe 682. 4actlw no canvassing. S93d for particulars.' South Palafol,. 4oct.
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, CICKRN
WANTE.-At onee; schooner load of N Y. 3oet3m CM Iks oWsS e
ask and pine wood; vessel not to Makes owl e"avored
tech at fisae W. ome to an. WANTED.-Lady of prepossessing ap- The cheapest food to be $oDE A F. L
in r s navy yard and un- pearance for permanent position as Mellen & Co.. Phone 84. loot
ed themr T'iegraph or phone at m) our local repressetattve for the Medici
unpese what o&y vessel can come. F. Secret Cream or aoe, arms, neck and FOR SALE.-I am Flornda State Ag&t
N. Howell, phoae 889, Warrington. bust. The finest Massage Cream for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
r w.c 30spLt.w* kown. Address, with particulars of Vatit Fixtures of aUll dscrpous
yourself. Medici Secret Cream, South manufactured by Alpine Safe sal
WA $lr.WX.- o cby ep o edBend, Ind. 3octt Lock Company of Cincinnati, Olio.
fl-n Comubi..44 withma forp .w4,sand

oece -mn id salesman. Good ret- WANTED -By Chicago wholesale and terms before buying elsewhere.Boar.
meoe. Addre& s M 8, care Journal mail order house, assistant manager Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fa.
lect1w* (man or woman) for this county &ad tu -
sationiLng territory; expense money ad- "
We wat the public to remember that vanced. Work pleasant; position per- you value your health? If
we are back at our old stand on MAI naanent. Write at once for full partic- use our pure Blend of Cofee "Dewe f
Gi'Quermft street and selling gro- u .ars and enclose self-addressed en- Co
es and produce ceaer than Any velpe. Thomas Cooper & Co.. ^132 an S New Orleans Grocery
ether b in Pemsacola- We mean Take St.. Chicago, Ill. oct.2w*Co. .as. McHugh, Prop. aug S
wtat w ay. eo. W. Py So WANTED.--By Ohicago Manufactur- We have been with you in Pea*Nsao
14tept. ing House. person of trustworthyness la since 1874, and still Intead to stay
Sdate omewtiat familiar with local territory with you and serve you with the best
ANguest.-We cat a n up-tom-date monta as assistant in branch office. Salary of groceries at lowest a ar-
hotw gel ts el climate delight good $18 pald weekly. Permanent position. ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
ter; moderate rates. Address F. D. No investment required. Previous ex- Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20
trCunningham, Buena Vista Var. perience not essential to engaging.
ham, Buea isa Address, Manager Branches, Como FOR SALE-One lot of fine show
Block, Chicago, Soctaw* cases, especially adapted for mil-
PLUTOI PLUTOI linery purposes or for drug store;
Keep your system is good condition NON-UNION Compositors. Join the also one lot of counters and fine
and youneed not ear any disease. Milhon Club by coming to St. Louis. French plate glass mirrors. ,E. L.
Plato. the great stomach beer, for. Permanent poeltions guaranteed to Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep
sale, wholesale and retail, by Js.u competent men. $19.60 per waek of
sMal wos afifty-four hours. AdAreers Employment FOR BAIU -At a sterile t raltMre
Bureau, St. Louis Typothetae, 410 N. store, stock and aoovets. Call at
KING HUA contacting painters urth St., St. Loue, Mo. M-140 Inteadeanca. a-
and decorator'.. Fine varnihisig 1 oct7t*
*nd finishing. Sign bP'11ting WANTED-A prominent Monthly Mag ORf 8 dne e o Ch he lc top
cauty. Residene phone 204. | e w a t r ghelaLs eireulanac, e. oc o f thos
n. requires the services of a local ilway, between 7th and thstreet
WANT.-..Ou to know that you C& ,-,. re-uires the -ervicrs Of a local Nature has favored this section aMd..
o and increase subscription list in Pen-. ... ,
elce cheap. sacola. on a salary basis, with a con- PLUTOl PLUTOl
Do YOU went a buy or Sell &Ay M"? tinuing interest from year to year in Keep your system in goodcondition
A lt wle ant ad WWnrtaga wmersal the business created. Experience asc and pyou need not fear any disease.
TecAW t os tio sguisa siraole. but noteessential. Good OP- Pluto, the great stowaah healer
to dress, Publisher, Box 59, Station 0, i sale, wholesale and retail by jas.
WAN7Wr.-Mverybody to know that New York. 1octS. McHugh.
our ed o coffee may be Imitated WANTD.--Partes lan need of carpett- FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
but can't be equaled. NeW Orleans ters, please ring up pnone No. 776, old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. or apple to L. iLedenback, business Florida, No. 68,923. Also some Sae
aag20 a&ent, room 1, old Armory building, young pigs. 1 six-month.old boar, al
WANTD .-The public to know that 27sept2m* registered and transferred. Carl Set.
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of WA D-Gd cook A l at 4 terlind. Ckhlpley, Fla. Jly
Fiorida. New Orleans Grocery Co. WA -Good cook. Apply at 43
Jae. McHugh. Prop. aug20 East Gregory. 23sept2w, FOR SALE--Beautiful block in New
- City. TractNo.312. For cast $400.o
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer WANTED.-Hotel cook;colored boy to Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House.
Co, wants your moving and bauling. cook in a small hotel, good salary;
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. answer quick, for Chip'ey Hotel. Chip- laug
ea. Prop. Phone 975. 18junelm. ley, Fla 19sep!. FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-
... ..oro'er a barrel of slackk 11,- -..

We want everybody 1o know that we, A.-M r.i.-Ai. young persons wno
are wholesale and retail grocers and are good stenographers or book-
stll a* the old stand. New Orieans keep rs. that are seeking positions or
Grocery Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. promotion, to register with us iame.
a g30. diately. We can sec .re you good pos-
!itilons. We are having more ca'lI
WANTED-Tour electric work oft a daily than we can supply. It will cor
kinds. Let us clean your fas. re. you nothing to register with us. Moux
pair your dynamo, do your wiring, etc. & Munro, Proprietors, rhe Mobile
Fhtoe 570. Pensacola Electric Co,! Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal
corner lnteadencia and Bayien streets. St., Mobile, Ala. 15septlm*
lJunelmn. w
n. WANTED.-Trustworthy man touma-.
WANTBD-Iaulnag and transfl'r age branch olce and distributing d,-
work Ofice phone 363. Reldea-e pot for large manufacturer. Salary t*
phoea 3D0. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. -:ar: with. $1500 Lrst year, and extra
Tarragosa. S5mc commissions and expenses. Applicant
must have good references and $1000
PARTIS who want to rems tos cash. capital secured. Experience us
asor ythilag olse fo r tat necessary. Address "Manufacturer,'
atter. will fad 7The 0Joural Want 21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich.
Ada a gati hi sept.

WANTED-Oruers foi The Journars
special Pensacola and Pasama Canal
option. which will shortly appear.
I coatali half-tone pictures of city.
harbo- and special scenes 15 cents.
ve orders at Journal oflce.
ANTVD--Second-aand CorM, Oat
adt eaes seed meal sacks. Out ao
tow t shipments solicited. Write sM
. Mellem & Co. 30aarchl,
A. .L BINGHAM wants your moving
aud hasliag. He guaramates all break
ae. Pbom4ML
specialty aad your basias will
have earetWl atteUUSm. D. Hale WUW
a *& CO

WANTED-The people of Pensacola
to cease worrying. Let The Journal
Want Ads soive the problem for yo7).
They are expe': detectives. and can
finJ the man you are looking for if
he is included la the 25,000 or 30.0
people whrlc' makes the population o(
BAT HOTE-Open night and day.
European plan. Roms eight sad
elmn. Transient trade eocted S75.
6T9 South Palafox. Joe. S. Ni.olai,
pqe 6nov..

Doa e nd rAaewus

WA.NTED.--On- or two roomers: men
preferred. Apply or address No. 17
W. IARua, city. Soctim*

-... .e oa -ty.
Phone 367. 4auglm )
FOR SALE.-My residence on East
Hill. either including whole bloi
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for furta-
er particulars. C. W. Hagerman

00 TO TURTON for all ns e ftmI.
Cameras loaded and loaded tree
it charge He *akes best photo.
.rapnh. i Usm soth. 32 year auiao,
or. 1se.

FOR SALB.-Shingles and Wood fo..
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'.j
Mill, fust west of Muscogee wharf.

FOR SALE-South ha'f block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
137% feet on Bay Vier. Park; also
south half of lock 2ri, fronting 400
feet on 14th St by 1371,. feet on Bay
View Park. The only p;cperty adjoin-
ing hay View Park that is now for
male. The beautiful view down the
bayou and down the bay can never be
obstructed. A. V. ClubbL. 0Jly

FOR SALA-Second-hand cash reits
ter 4a perfect coditiona. WIU .
cash or or. time. A rea; bargain. Ca
be seen at Jamwa McHugh'a flnt
GROW GINSENG. Large prolts
Room in your garden. Roots for salf
Write today tor literature. Buckin
ham's Ginseng Garden. Zanesrille, c


10-room House on North Hill..$50 00
715 North Baylen.............. 40 00
304 North Spring............. 25 00
21 West Roman.............. 17 50
806 North DeVillier........... 17 50
323 East Gadsden............. 150'
1107 East Cervantes.......... 15 00!
314 East Strong............... 15 00
238 West Government......... 15 00'
1126 East LaRua .............. 12 50

310 East Romana .........
111 South DeV!lller..........
625 West Romana............

See our board for bargains
Money to lend at the lowest
rate of interest.


Real Estate Aget
206 South'Palafox Street


tablished and paylrg drug business
for sale in Atlanta, Oa.. the leading
city of the south. Splendid location
and growing al the time. Reason for
selling, going Into the proprietary
medicine business. 4-toek and fixtures
$22,00.00. Address, "Drugs," Box 694,
Atlanta, Ga. 6oct2t*
FOR SAML--4lne Horses and Mules
for sale at all tflnes. Turpentine
operators' wants given special atten
tion. Call on or address Dillon &
Penuel, Marianna, Fla., 6actln
FOR SALBA-One 3% gal. young cow
with calf 3 weeks ol', 1 2 gal. cow;
1 3% gal. pat. churn; 1 pair platform
scales, 1 2 wheel push heart. Apply
Hugh Maloney, 922 N. Davis St.
loctlw* -

fOR SALJL_ M.r6 hAouseM. meor
lot, S blocks tm Palafox. -lot NS
10 oa, ear iaD. rFor partlcurw In.
quiro of Stad erd Olothiag OC
FOE SALB.-Comic "tegomyia" poe.
tt cards for el. at White's Rea-
taurant, two for .1v& cents. Outside
orders will not be fAlled unless cash
and postage accomstiAe* order. Or-
der quick. 28Bept.


MONlE TO I BND--n goo" real s
tae securiltJ, or M6 good collateral,
t lwst rates L*liei & Brook.
sher building. 1ijan
MONrY "OANUD any aag aa
i6o4s at persol- ProPrty. parable
weekly r amethly. Wak y7u eM
moe.7. eme. J. A. Wil. "- It W.
GovernMfl trtMs. tlUsburwy buillni
foom 1. ides
MONM1 LOANAU eOB good seAl o
ate mMA ru to tft y
31ae0 ilsos A C&

MONEY LOANED aO all. lads of poet
sown property on short notice
Terms eas. J. W.. Bullard., petairs
28% South Palafoz St., Phone 1144

U 1HMBD arauat C m.*y to l
-a XU of personal pr.e.t.
special ream to budileesm= o largo
lesas. "*e New TOk Loa Coa, 2o04%
8outh Pala&n.

& mau'l PawaSlhe.
402 8. PALAFOX ST.
Watces, Chains, Rings and all laos
of eollatemi security at lowest ras of
interest Bargains la unrteAemed


LOGS.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near-
ly grown. Liberal reward for re-
turn to Ben D. Beers, at Wm. Johnson
f Son.

AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' An '-
-"Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur-s
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at
this time of the year. On sale at anl
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., tast
Government street. Price, 50c.
ance for traveling public. Daily ser.
vice each way. From thlpley to Bay.
ead. Address J. Ttaggle. Chiple.
9a. 24mobA
,qAL E8TATE In all parts of elit
You buy the ground and we will
ulld your house on long time pay
ans D. Hale WUilon & Co
AILOk INO-- 'L Dtamoad, Tailor
Gst's clothing clPUed, pressed -an.
o short notice. No. 11
.eat GovjraUnAt Lft. Pensola, FVas

POltTER, satimaker. 716 Soutt
palafoe street. Orders takes to:
ats. awviag camp stools aad house
.ta, etc. Priess rposnMe lm

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.

NoTaxes! No InterOetI

Thos. Pebley,
Office Cor. Romana an' Palatox St.i
Phone 569.

12 50
. 1CO----
.10 00 FO R r

FOR RENT.-Two-swory house, 501 W.
in real Chase street, ten rouis and kitchen
iitLh bath and water ,oi.necLion. Ap-
market ply, ring phone S48, five rings. 6odt6t
FOR RENT-Two 4 rocm cottages on E
Church for rent. Apply to Mrs. J.
Caul sn. 3oct2t,
FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes. two
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
M skAMON .. -1 -. ... ... -


ergial, Ftil MA AdM blaama away to.
Oarrahells, flaNauss us 8WI adaifraJ Sg.
Schedule facing ffct May 6., 195.
Sunday Sunday
Southbound No. I only only
No. 3 No. 5 NeS
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12-20h. 7:50a.m ........
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. By.) a:46a. l11:35a.m ........ ......
SLv Cuthbert.. .. .... .... 7:5a.mn 4:05p.m ........
:Lv Arlington ... .... ...... 9:lea.-m 5:5pm ........ .
Lv Bainbridge.. .. .. ....11:00a.m 6:65p.m 6:20a.m ........
Ar Tallanassee.. .. ...... 12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05a.m ........
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. IL Ry) 1:53pm 4:00a.m .......
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:60a.m ........ .
Lv Tallahassee.. .. ...... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m 8 15am 8:50pm
Lv Socnoppy.. .. .. .. ..3:14p. 10:00a.m 9:29am :5p.a
Lv Lanark...... .. .. .. 3:45p.m 10:45a.m lu:05a.n. 1O:2p m
Lv Carrabelle............ 4:00p.m ........ 10: 15a.m 1:35p.a
Ar Apa.aciicola. .. .. .... 7; 00p.m ........... ..

No. 2 No. 38
Lv Apalachloola.. ....... 6:O.m ........
Lv Carrabelie.. .. .. .. ..11:.a.Ta 2:00p.m
Lv Lanark.. ............ 11:45a.m 2:20p.m
Lv Sopchoppy.. .. .. .. ..12:1p.m 3:14p.m
Ar Tallabassee.. .. .. .... 1: 30p.m 5: 00p.mn
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a. T 4:T00p.m
ar Thanastanqtxl(S.A.L.Rv.).- 2- 3: 1)n 1 0:lrn .n

Sunday Sunday
only only
No. 6 No. 4
6:00p.m 4"30a g
*i6:45p.m 4:45a.ra
7 21p.m 3: l-a.:
8:35p.m 6:20a.m

Gibbs, at Forbes swore. 13sep .... .... .. .. ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee.. ........ .i25p.ma 6:35a.m 8:45p.a> 6:36a.M
FOR RENT.--Small farm 1 block cut- Lv Bainbridge.......... 5:25p.' 8:27a.m ArI0:25pn 8:27a.
side city limits on county bard Ar'Arlington.. .. .... .. ..7:25p.m 10"16a.m ........ le: 16a.
road, with six room house; wind mill; Lv Cuthbert.(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Arl-:35'.m
water pipes in yard and all through Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a a 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7: 35a.m 7:55p.m ....... St5.&M
M. McClellan, at First NationalBank.: NOICE: :-Trains e. 5 and will depart from, and arrive feet
Pensacola. 26auglm ofhtwell Street, Bntinbrido.
N"".-*-- Tickets for Train 6, leaving Balbridle Sundays at 8:20 a. m. win
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o- en "Is at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. *Train No. 6 will stop 36 minute at Lanark for breakfast.
LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary, W. M. LEGO, ft. C. SNIPI8, E. 0. ALSTON,
43 S. Palatox street. 7Tue General Manager. Trov. Ps. Agt. Gen'l Pase. Agt.
Tallphaease, Fla.

LEduatlion 9l

WAN'TED.-My patrons to know thaL
my school will opqn at the same
-lace as heretofore, as soon as the yel.
ow fever ILuation, will permit. Miss
battle e Holden. 24sept.

Professional Directory.

Room 406 Thleen Building


Attc neyandCounsellor at Law
108 East Government Street,
Generm Law Practlee.

Roonm 600 Thiseen id. Phone 74m

Fisher Building, 204W South Paklfox
PHONE 525.


Room Brent Building. Phone, ML

Attorneyad Counsellor at Law
401 Thiesen Building.

M. I. GONZALAZ & CO, Props
Buy your meal and tock feed froa
the home manufacturer, encouraging
oome industry, oWtributo to home
labor. and leave jrur money ia your


There wUIbe a
body on the AM nd a fIre=m.
days ofeach meat at?:SSp 9. sAB
delegates are requbfe tod be pres
eat- X.W. ROimNl'U

Pmsone" Led& e 5.L I C
mwega every Mo~w aeveaftas at1:30
*Idek #A uto* .-b m noSlo
WOrN=be"tL& s h SAM~
0004M s trests ~ bbme
M4 lywelcounet
IL NMORSLUk. I&of it. at,


Garde" streams T"Wq wA"'P-THROUGH ERV

0. L U. Xey.Kat 2 LA3pE AT H d
ODI 0 0bftu %140 n" lw


^ MXttegs at the
aighkts o Ofumbu
are held at their 1ati,

e W wesy avem at
r 7:30 o'eldok. a &jf
visiting itatlos is j tedtt
vistUng Knightls.

DM. FOX, Oaid Klh4

o.4, L0..1.
meeftsevery T'hrsdo *Tod" 7:10
at the sew hofa Wed ilf
invited. 71. & ~hSW
Leod e ISO wait eblb qI*
too -w every sea&? won at
I eclok b L 'U.0. F. HaL. Vl
Itsi stemcrs .,lav** to 1.0
miss MAMIZ 13.MAN.soearetary.

IL A. 3. A. mi. in ets Ar a &Re
third WedInesdI( vtiiMa at 7:30 IJ6
Mn, waEord I N.10 Wes itolt*
dencis, Street.
A. Q FUI4,Pros,

live Oak camtb MO1. LW. 0. W..
maeutsin pythian Hant lot and 5w
Wedneday' ID eSg ObMoeTh. istin
T. A. 3OnlhflCLI.0.0

BIDS WANTED. W. 0. W. C., k Grw, fo. 4,
Bids for building a Steel Bridge Woodmen Circle meets last Tbhwrday
across the Perdido River by Escambia of each math at 3:80 p. in., rd floor
county, Florlda, and Baldwin county, Whttm-n building, sotheit eorter
Alabama, near Muscogee, Florida, will| Palfox and sardeg stree. Visiting
be received until January 1st, 1906, soveregns cordiallY vs t fe. i W.
and will be opened by the Board of A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. Olsehma,
County Commissioners of Escambia Guardian.
county, Florida and Baldwin county, .... .- --.
Alabama, at Pensacola, Florida, on
January 10th, 1906. Bidders mustv-ia- an" es&
it site, make all measurements, take LY TOLD
soundings and submit blue print with TERSELY TOLD
bid. S IUIN S L L
Plans and specifications can be eea--
at P,;nsacola, Flo-Ida, in the office of __
A. M. McMillan, Clerk of the Circu!t
Court. The right is reserved to re- HR x a & Oarpeto wil fIlbt
Ject any or all bids. Bids to be ad- estimate n building an&
j messed to A. M. MeMillan, Clerk and give PermS ttntl tlk
Board County Commissioners, Pensa- 952 1 sLron, g d S a m ae
cola. Florida, and should be marked, stretM
"Proposals for Steel Bridge." 22sept VcK. Oerti a Co, whole
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. and retail ship ohls ls alndpops-
set ate of James Robertson, deceaseJ. the only lrSt'eCIA"Mhemcf ki"
Notice Is hereby given that on the in Pensacola- D% W t al0
21st day of Dedtmber, 1905, 1- will ap.
ply to the Homorable Probate Judge Why a s fei t pl "-, aY
of Escaimbla county, Florida ,for a can buy Kelso NOI1 ,Pow
final discharge from the adminlstra- Kara LineA or CranUVi V.
tion of said estate. Thomapes's. 30 8. LPasa .
Administratrm. Low rates at a-Sear B ri
Dated June 6th, 1905. 6juneoamsa room a4 bia" |




Caliobna b a NordweB t

Chicago, Omaha, St Louis a N Kame
City Is the
Union Pacific
and connection, withthrogleele
One-way eomonist rates on mle frm
September 15th to October S31t, 1"6
To Calfornta. Oregon. WahMgtog.
MonrFina. Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Callfo%
nla and the Lewis & Clark EXoel.
tion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep-
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from ymor
station and secure literature. In.
formation freely given
General Agent,
12 Pfaehtree St.. A':anta, GO
0. W. ELY, T. P. A.

PFasda, St. Alrews ad

&Hf Steammhp h"

W. Q. 51AR09OW, maser.

And all pebfte en St. A sdrewe
CWM6a6s". and Ap&laAvicg5&
,,,S*gp@&sca g& usdav 3:8:30
M. for Mobile- AILe
please pessaCola, Tumdeft3:16n
OL, for St. Aairews, Mbuvsje, %
ladicle~s. Carrabell. and t ed
For additI~nal 1Iaio"matl&pow
J. IL SAUNki&ag
3.R. COBB. ft"shi .
Gee. Frt. a&W PULAS.*

uea leao.Va



It's Unfair to

Drag Your Family

aunrod from pillar to post every year, If you're a renter.
looking up a new location, when you can just as easily

Put Your Rent Money

Into a Home of Your Own.

It' -ill in the starting. We start you ;lght. We've
started others. Better call in and talk the matter ov--r
with us, or write for information.

|Pensacola Investment Co.

W. L EWeS, r5nMit, L L SM SON, Scretary.
j. aLISUZANV.4'r.-re. amSm. Mnag. KNOWLUS Y. Treasurer.
m21 sNmt PEeme ox Stom t, Penm cola, Florida.
215 Sueth Palates Streot Pensacola, Florida.

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The Jacksonville Industrial
gd far t -say: Mr.P. M. Colson. of Ga
who was in the city last Tuesd
from the busy county of Tayl
5ftfl mpfl~If Gut some information anaJ
O FWV s fwhtich will demonstrate to wh
extent Jacksonville is to pro
that makes our men's gar- the development of Taylor
ments suci a pronounc-1 fayetle counties.
Success. Our idea is that Mr. Colson states that the
"aust any < id thing tcr timber belt which the extension
the boy" '-on't do. b;t Newberry division of the
that he should have tt- Coast LIne will not only tap.
best that io in the ci60h- though from one end to ihe ot
tlg line. :od'll be sur- through the very center. TI
priced what $1.50, $4.0(, i- about ninety mile long an
S5.0. or $G.00 will do hero twenty4ve miles wide, ano'
AOr your boy. lth beat timber that is stan
SFlorida toaay. The Umber i
and will make the finest lumi
iorida Is to ship for the next
i vears.
Mr. Oolson's vast experlen
careful study of timber in th
S e mahk b him a competent judge
Ss'csiimatc from him will be of g
JWhit o tt Mr. Colson has had so
(4fittd to Mdo with timber in Lafaye
LIWRVy 't ]aylor counties, and his estin
20 207 S, Pl*ox. ,.tLe timber which is containe;
o,2ne belt alone is 5,O0,000.000o f
Phone 225. a!i or nearly all of it will be
I through this port. being broug
M b" the Atlantic Coast Line. w
.... ... napidly building t.::lugh tha
STis ract passes beyond Tay
| | L S 1i inlo Jefferson county.
I CSELL 0 Ga y Big Lumber Shipments.
r*s^ S Afdf i ist IAs an indication of what ti
SB o AM 1I mean for Jacksonville, the nu
__fet shipped from here annual
c(r4 ng to the rate for last ye
T what the rate is so far this
rGr cery r *0 i about 200,000.000 feet. On this
m land there is about twenty-fir
V. J. VIDAL, Manager. as much as is shipped. ,r.m tI

kalerni i

Phone 72L

Mt msedlved-Maokerel, Spare Rib,
eedl Botedess Corned Beef. Cod
lP k, New Raistns, Herring in Keg.
rted Barring. Bla-k Olives, SKa
' 3tlmw Cod lesh, hallibut, Bloater,.
-mai- Oaeos. Olives in Keg, DiMIT

Lnjiua lY. in other words. it
take twenty-five ye-ars to sh
much lumber through Jackson
th(- rate shipments were ma
year and will be this.
Of course, all of this lumb
not pass through this port, but
ceal and in fact most of it will.
there are no great sawmills
tract at present, there will be
many mills established as soon
railroad is completed through t
or so soon as it is completed t
any considerable part of it.

'lekles, Slack Oreek Olives, Saucr Naval Stores Farms.
rK aat. ag-e Pickles. Francis Leggetti Alreaft there are a number o
& Co.'s Oele W ted Brand of Canned:stores farms on this belt, and n
Gooda, Aparaat'M and Tips. Lobsters, j them will be established lat-r
Salmon, hkrimp. Oysters, Clams. Im. at the rate lumber is advan
Voted Safdines. Italian Cheese. Ital- is more than probable that t
aB Psts, Spanish Canned Goods, the timber will be sawed into
White Beans, Red Beans, ButterI Prices which have been paid
m rerytaing new and fresh. 'timber are considered enormous
__ _c compared with the prices which
S-- .....paid a few years ago. In La
-ftsm cal D inm Clreiwa ans Taylor counties manv ff
CU-lave bee. made because 'of
vance in the price of timber
.A- D .i Cn n that part of the state. Some
b7I E b rftidvances have been retharkab
s idering the brief tim- in w
ito the place to send your clothes to be purchaser held the property
teod. Cleaned, Piressed or Repaired. making another deal. Heal
They are now in a ;,sition :o handle; agents in this city have figured
yeur work more effic; ntly than ever. !y in these deals, and have ba
C. REESE,|nrat sum because of th ir con
E. L. REESE, with sales. r co
Phone 75. Proprietor. Railroad Extension.
No. 11 North Palafox Street. Wiork on the railroad exten
progressing lavoralliy. anll it w
Sb many m.nii'hs before it is co
;s. far as Perr:,. Betlore the rai
F. M. WILLIAMS, notedd work jusi across the SuN
CONTRACTOF AND BU'LDER. I river the grade- wa, completed
Oo2e, Bromnaham bauding, next | t:nee of ti n:y-fiie miles fro
to Pensaciia Business Colege. To,,n. where ;h- ro.-c cr'z,,oes.
Prompt attention always given I the work wus ,top,.rl there the
to business. P-nascola. FLa. I ing %-as con:tnencel from the
end. and prictcle, this way. Tl
t.ere is high, r. and the work ha
aionr, fairly well. thIughi tie g
Pensacola cnruiactor has had -roul);e in so
Pens a l, to work. The grade is
lassical Schieted nty miles th s s
l lssical Sc l Ft rr. ana ih( gap ought to be
pt, R i a fw tn hs. and i lay
n forq M !:'ails comm.nrcd. The riad is
S, G''as far as the river, and a
o1si: LdGng built across the sirean
B O i2v1z have ,l en driven, and in
*One of the \ ere t st secondary wetks the wark of putting up th
,migools in the S.utrh -Prof. Walter v,;1 begin. This is to he a
Miller, Tuiane. Vn:-vrty. 1'igie. and one of the best
The Sitth An;.t.:t Session will be-' )sla!c
Zta Octobwer 2. 13. 'In building_ this road the A
The Peasstcola C'.a.-:cal School tur-"C oa'- LAne i puu:ing down
-sihes the elemteni o# a sound edi 's -"'el and it will be one of th
ebtion, t:tacks in the state. Owing t
It offers every ai\antage for prepa- lavt freight which will be
1Tnon for the tesi collegess. univers .-o er the roal for years to come
thes and scientific s < hoils in the coun tiron will b(- a necessity.
try. Mr. Golson is as enthusiastic
Itg instructors are :horouchly equip- te prospects of Taylor and Ia
pe6 teaebers in :' e departments ul c unties as all those who visi
work in which he' struiic. art of the state and who make
The pupil! ree. 1 are i:m:ted to t-f the industrial conditions. TI
such a number a v :1 insure a care. (1 velopment of that section of
ftj supervision of 'ec wo-k of each. i(14 is to be of great value in a co
The individual i- t:.L unit of i.nsruc- cial sense to Jacksonville is mor
tkon. (I ident. It wil! bring a great d
Student Lahaa-r;s for students orf business to this city.
A large, well-q,' ppd Ryn.:.asiu'n
Sa systematic. ,..;rs in phystc~ ; ACARD.
naturee insures i ,a:Lhy growth at This is to certify tha: all dru
he body to a-oo-:'4T3a:i a.d -trengthen are authorized to refund your u
lhe mental tieve: ;-'ent. if Foley's Honey and Tar fai
Why sen yur ,n o. daughter cure your cough or cold. It stop
*W .v to college eI, e, pr pr-Iy pre- ro' gh. heal. the lungs and pr
wed for '(AeI", k-v i, n eve:-y erioas rewul a from a (cod. Cu
0dvantage for learn:m an,, more per- gr:ppe cough and prevent; pneu
SOMal atten:,on ar'e ,fferc: here at anc consumption. Coata is no
bome ates. The genuine is in a yellow
Fer catalog ue or :ur:her ir!-orma'non age. Refuse substitutes W. A.
iiAL'b l C, 1.71 U ^. --J D__. U -_

go N. Spring Stret, Pensacola.
dmwww -I

cm erte. rugrst and a potheca
Low rates at Southern Hotf
rooms aad board.

mT A l GOBAi ATIOi i We will not be responsible fo
iw mwvimmmWmI u le Iciebts contracted by any one i
# VANCE HALL. NORTH OF ASHE- ImpIoy as manager or o:herw-
VULLE, N. C., COOL, HEALTHY, EX. n of our mareORGtAN s.
VANCF'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C. Low rates at Southern Hotel
M 6I rooms amt board.

ay, right
or, gave
at great
fit from
and La-
?re is a

I ure it would be neoo ry e to t
burial permits before |lter=mt3 ar
waae, which in in stI ae We
with the law.
Heretofore permits were =ppMe(or
almost "at any old tiU ," o r 97 .
after burial. This ban bee ST B
torn for quite a while, but Mayor itssl
insists that the purpose of the m is
.-tirelv defeated by tbI isee pr-ap.
3 Z S s - I -


IA Du s Woirthfor a St

,n of and it is hs inteTsT to et othl .LA.mu .
Atan of ntc tir law is strictly live up to ia Smeroe Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors-
but pass "ure, or there will be some explana- SdTIMTI I.d to A. ZelTiu.
her and tons before the recorder. fT lN IN S IL Werner, Nor -bk, Tonneraon, 840,
bltMaMlllan~ Bos~ 0 Rotterdam.
d about It's folly to suffer from that bprribt MSMIeuan B of CO Barkentines.
contains plagu e of the night, itci pin t ufa O Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271. Rasmussen,
AsOintment curesquikly&aa l
is h-rg permanently. At any drug store, 5 MOBILE, ArABAMA. ara, Brazil.
ber :hat cents. ewooner
se e ntl Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
Sand SEND THE JOURNAL MARKET TS A B Br cl Henebery, 299
cs stae Hjalmar, Am ach, Axc!san, 55, Key
and an TO YOUR RINDS wet to Gul Transit Co.
re: in- TO FRval Maket. Geo. May, Davis, 4livere, 554.
tmethilg Savannmah, Ga., Oct. 5.-The naval CIOSING NOTICE
nmart IT IS EASIER THAN WRITING s market closed to-da T foe Our stores will be closed Monday
in t s LETTERS AND YOUR FtlENDS WW .......................5 65 and wilk re-open Tuesday morning.
eet, and WG.... ......................5 40 Customers will all please take notice.
shippea ENJOY IT BETTER. N.. .. .. .. ................4 95 D. KUGELnAN & CO.
pht here M .... ....... ..............4 85 Cact3t
vhich is K ........................75 FREH HRIP THIS MORNING
at bell. iEvery person In Pensacola who ba I ........ .. ..............4 70 FRESH SHRIMP THIS MORNING
or ad .a lai e .......................4 70 ON ARRIVAL OF 10 O'CLOCK
a friend or relative elt.her li#ing1 or G .. ....................... 4 70 TRAIN, AT ROTH'S SALOON.
visiting outi.ide of the city should .... .................. ..4 65 PHONE 154.
have The Journal sent to him. ........ ...... ........4 65 PHONE 154.
his will The Journal gives oqtsiders all their .. .... .................. 30
m;ni.r of news about the yellow fever and ............... ...........3 95 STORM MAY BE
ally. ac- everything (tse, and the cost is the C.. .. ... ..................3 80
ear and very same as it is to have it deliver Spirits. Turpentine 67% cents.
year. is in the city-46c per month. APPROACHING
tract of The fever may be stamped out t. RFDIl AC IS
? time-; one month, so you may order ONA. I
his port month's subbeription for your friends -H_ A THE WEATHER BUREAU IUES
would or relatives and send us the 45c. BEING ENFORCFD
ip thii This wiii keep them thoroughly N'OTI|EOF-POSSFBLE WEATHER
ville at posted for ihe balance of the yellow
de aist fever period D ISTURBANCE.
It will l;e greatly appreciated t, VIOLATORS OF NEW MOSQUITO
*er will them too, and will certainly not n. .
a great convenience you. It is much better LAW MAY BE PUNISHED BY The following warning message was
While than writing letters or keeping your FINE AND IM#RISONMENT. sued yesterday from the local office
on thi friends in a state of uncasinear. of the U. S. Weather Bureau:
a great Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 3, 1905, 3:45
a I he FRESHSHRIMPTHIS MORNING The new od which was P.m.
h,, Itot. ON ARRIVAL OF 10 O'CLOCK The. nw Oidi which W r Bure.a.
throu-h TRAIN. AT ROTH'S ALOON. ss-y thc o a ag, "Central Offce r Bureau,
PHONE 154. fotl the extermin a t moAquito-s. Washing, D. C.,.Oct. 5,i, 1905.
i .." is belg rigidlyy ecr-ee A number An 111 defined depression is central
9f persibs have alredy been arrest. near the South ooast of eastern Cuba.
,f naval DONAT"IONS ed for Its violatfon and the nspe- It is likely to move north of west
mote of wv ON vIONS tors have explicit',structiona to sme with more definite formation and in-
r. Bul t that is it coapm H4with in every creasing intensity.
cing it UNITED CHIARIIES way. the ivt r ion of the gn. GARRIOTT."
nost of eral public the ffr pection is given:
lumber., Stag 2a ter. FRESH SHRIMP THIS MORNING|
for this 1 Tnatfr.ON ARRIVAL OF 10 O'CLOCK
s when SEVERAL GOOD SIZED CONTRIBU- *ctlT. 1. Tht from the first TRAIN, AT ROTH'S SALOON.
h. TONS RECEIVED SNCE LAST d Ms to day of Do. PHONE 154.
wfa r TIONS RECEIVED SINCE LAST oenbr orhrekfter..,shilf be unlawful
land i prmeeity it the y of Pensacola, or
of the The following contributions to the or emloe aof cht TIMBER LANDS
.c cn United Cbariti's have been receive*i allow any o es(, can or receptacle.,
hber since the last list was publish'-a. of any kind tsoever containing
bef,' (. J. Bell...................$ 5.0 stagnant water or r an which the0L
ea t 1 *, * *> tsftagnant -watee or ,(8ter .n which the FOR SALE
Large len. Lumbe Co.............. 25.0! larva of the of fay exist, to
nked a F. Warren.. ................ 10.00 be, or remain a ere upon such
nked a W. B. Wright o .............. 25.00 lot, parcel of land-or premises.
section W. L. Mover ................. 12.0 Compliance witl the above section Mobile Drug Company vs. Morria&
J. E. Williams................ 12.00 will do a great deal tov.ward extermin- ton Lunmber Company. In Chancey at
W. R. Meriwether.......... .. 3.00 eating the fatal stegQmyia, and should Mobile.
sion is Hon. J. E. Wolfe.............. 6.00 be heeded .by the genera! public. Th., Pursuant to a decree rendered in th
'ill not Cash.. .. .. .. .. ............ 2.00 second section is also An Important above entitled cause on August 10, i
maiplete Cash.. .. .. .. .. ............. 5.0" one which should be complied wi;h 1905, by the Honorable Thomas H.
rs pd!- Tne United Charities are doing fine for many other reasons besides that Smith, Chancellor of the Southwest-
wannee work now ;n rlleving the yellow fever1 of exterminating the mosquitoes. ern Chancery Division of the State of
a dih- patients who are in destitute circum- The second-section. s as follows: Alabama, the undersigned will sell at
m Oli stances. and all contributions sent to As to Weeds. public outcry in front of the court
When the society will be devoted to most A house of Mobile County on Monday,
e grad- worthy purposes. "Section. 2. Tdat during the time October 23r', 1905, at 12 m., the fol-
Perr mentioned' in the foregoing section it lowing described property, belonging
he iand! FRESH shall be Unlawful for any person who to the Morriston Lumber Company:
is gon.2 LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN shall own, control, or occupy any lot, One complete saw mill, including
4radin; AT parcel of land, or premises in Cy building boilers, engines, fixtures,
'curiif WHITE'S RESTAURANT. of Pensacola, or for the agent, ser- tools and machinery, situated at Mor-
now AND ALSO vant, representative or employee of riston, i Baldwin county, Alabama,
Side : CREAM BREAD DAILY. any such person, to allow weeds to also the N% of Sec. 10, T. 1 ,S. of R.
clo ,l I grow upon such lot, parcel of land, r 4 E.. and the S% of the SW'4 of Sec.
sng f premises to a height exceeding eigh- 28, T. 1 N. of it. 4 E. and unexpired
s com-:_ teen (18) inches." timber leases on the following lan-at:
bridge The next most important section ef All Sec. J, NE% Sec. 4. SW% Sec. 14,
. Pil- the new ordinance is the penalty for NEV of NE% and S'2 of NE, Sec.
a few mRI ms non-compliance. Even tLe most ar- '0, E% of SEW and S of SEI of
le sree-; bkrary citizen that Pensacola pos1 N E BSec. 10, N,2 of SE / Sec. 26, W
draw- sees will agree that it is cheaper to % of SW% Sec. 25. N Sc.34,8%
in the comply ith the ordinance than it i tz of SW% Sec. 25, N Sofc. 34, and
inSthe Do !to pay te fine. Section five reads: NW% of NE14 Sec. 35, N% of SW%4
lantic! ^ The Penalty* and W% of BSEW Sec. 36, all except a
heavy "Section. 5. That any person con- 40 acres Sec. 16, all in T. 1 N. R. 4 E.,
e bes; evicted in the Police Court of violating all Sec. 19, T. 1 N. RI. 5 E., 8% of NE
o the It's easy to sell a suit to a any provision of section one (1), or % and N% of SE% Sec. 25. SEl% of
pulled man that doesn't, know what he *section two (2), of this ordinance NEW and N of SE% Sec. 36, NW%
heavy wants. It's the man that doe. shall be punaished by a ofine not excede- of SEW and SWW of SW4 Sec. 35, in
know what he s.inta and can tag sne hundred dollars, or by im- T. 2 N. R. 4 R., part E% of NW4 and
c over never get it, that we're looking rlCuaftswat not exceeding sixty (60) NB% of NB% See. 2, NW'4 Sec. 1,
ayette for. days, or by both suheb fine and im- 51%, and NW4% Sec. 3, in T. 1 S. R.
t that isoment tr th discretion of the 4 -., W% of NW% and NW% of 8W
a note Just Mak@ orderer" j, Sec. 18,. T. 1 o. R. 5 .
Iat the | a In atditlon to the foregoing there
Flor- tOeEWWf W -ket EWW the k m *Me will be mold a store house formerly g
mmer- On thme batef l, everywhere used as a commissary, and certain
e than Take y pkour tm, o thr h BlOtSe ffekl ae the intMerestsf small dwelling houses, suated on -
leal of the stock, pick out wat n is Imperial master. Durin the bat land owned by said Morriston lamber
think you like best, stay it lt. rng te Company in fee, and also the exclu- i
well. If you can't decide to. te of mir ts the old emperor sive right to tia use of a ditch running
day. come back to-morrow or te kia st Prssia, had expeod him; through above describedd property val-
whenever it suits von. lf ad hIs Mtaff to the enemy's fire sable for transportation of logs to said
ggists If you find goods that suits and WeUM not bear-ef retreating to a mill. Terms of sale cash. For further
money you, we'll tell you the price and afe distance. At last Bismarck roe particulars apply to
ils t~o make it as low as we ca&. up to him, mayinl: "As responsible mii. GDORGE H. DUNLAP, JR.,
ps tte If you're suited, bty; tf yo're Miter of the crown I must insist upon Receiver.
events not; your najges r- *t o a safe die- 55 St. Michael bt., Mobile, Ala.
res la a ame Ift yu m bty were to be Thura-at-su.
monia NOkame4 the victory wUd be of no use

pack. Every man's whims receive to uW" 1ne kinMtaw the force of this NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
D'Al. the utmost business urtey slowl retreated, but In his 1eal ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
ary. here. t om" gai =ad again to the frost. APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
el or "Whm I otied ft- saM BMsfrc kS.a
el for DAY.
tadlltac O ntry, In only rose in my O
mMe atd looked ft him. He de
AOft" PItfeetay aM ctiled out. t, TO THE TRADE.
S0 AN ON ;agrty, T I a comIg.' But w On account of quarantine, wAil
)r any 4 wtgetf ~ a tm sad tW latsaet audertake to establish a branch
nse our T de up ese to e king took my house in Peamaeola until same is re-
sSH C- )Ofoot--atathe dlgt s&, an etvoked. We will make all oil and
seO CASH CLOTH ___so m -. ^ hgralshipments from Mobile. Ala.
RO. Pho- 317 a.' hs hre tmsf.,SaM vI *s forward promptly. Send
C. M ainand Id 6 t. b S& tat b er us your orders for high grade OUs.
9r fr tmM, bt the mW a o PURR OIL CO.,
S-4? -Jaf .D fL'44tm. F. -f.4 q

"Time m Tide Wait for No Man"
A vw old saving. but full of truth, nevertheless. AS
Sthe 4as are passing you are letting the opportunity slUp
&Wa fboom you to procure a protection for your wife and
cl tTa shOuld the Angel of Death call on you.

A kue, M ThI eqib0me PoI Getntto-day.



MENT. The mayor gave notice ystwW to
all undertakers and others baVfttl T
i LurWa of persons In ebU|tatK la& T h-* e



Harold. Nor as, 1435, Aos, L.odon.
Riplingham, Br *s, Heworth, 1649,
Tenerelffe to Fr. J. Schreyer.
Br. as. Lobelia, Watson, Verra Cru,
Keyser & Co., 1913.
Br. as. I bela, Palmer, from Vera
Cruz, to W. S. Keyter & Co.
Kaiser Ger shlp Martin 1180, Bre
men to Master.

Dharwar, 6wd. Bk., 1271, GOssen,
Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Gloucester to order.
Nor. bk. Rl J. plicer, Capt. Pautter-
sen, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268.
Komos, Nori bk, Isaksen, 1227

- ,- WilHIam, CGeneral Agent.

Iron WQrks and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night Agents
for Jam- McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chains ot all escriptlous.
OfflW Pheme 12S, PHIL WITY'MAN, Mgr. 3
RenlO Pone 1029. P. o. Box 123.
a tL a ...a...ama>i .. .. . ..

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It saves the

Drudgery f Kitchen Work.


For post women kitchen work Is a drag and a drudge
and causes more worry than all the other household
duties condined. They are really chained to the kitchen
by a lot of-work that could be avoided by the use of a

Ask us about one.

27 EF. GwdGA Street Phone 148&




it grving and Fine Stationery.

Mall Orders Recciv Prompt Attention.

o. Or XdeL jewelryy Co.
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It wil p"T yeto besfgte or pricA Mefore byug yor

fHardwere, Sah, Doors, Blinds

or Lamber.

woem i ve yus$y .a yala

Sew ErsMilI Company

omk, 29 Dn am den Street.Phow M17
F~gsdy wik ~wPa~a trel= MCPhone f#A

wbs -orm UrJ AI lsWftk.

vv slo

A ~

I Knowles Bros.
?R-,, Lf..,. . .

The Sme

Care and Skil

s applied to our produc-
tion of our

rF= Ats


to slip into a shirt t
we have 'lundered. It
always correctly dc
when you send it to

Star Steam


Phome 114.


Don't Gamble
when It comes to insurance.
Quit taking the risk yourself
I j^ Turn it over to us and

Have a Good

Popcy Written Up.
It's safer and costs but little.
If in doubt ask others who
know and have had experience
Investigation will prove we're
right. We take tne risk anI
thta ends your worry. Insure
now. Delays are dangerous

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The Union Central Life

W s a lower death rate lower expense rMt. sad Mfghe
tagest fate th an ay company doing buiun.s la For.aw4
s Ml4 de e my tor you to decide Ow reL




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