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and Friday; light north winds.
VOL. VIII NO. 237 PENSACOLA, FJLORIDA. VTtRSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1905. PRICE, 5
COLD WATER GIVS EIrTS OF PR RESIDENT
PE TO TO RORM FOOTBALL
fO 1 TT1 3 OU F_, IllICUL Signed Statements Regarding Monday's B
I TErn G The at Fal i Temprature i n RIII Conference at White House Given Out,
AUIUSbITLHT L O s hieda as a CUULD W1g 19 IE ODU1 By Participants Therein. tr Ne
I l n P ssinge a. s ___ r wntyf r Naw
l-A SljS t By Associated Press. that' we consider an honorabiI oblia-
U U E I New Haven, Conn., Oct. 11.-Walter tion exists to car; out in Letter and
FROST PREDICTED I lull ShiOs t Camp, Yale's general athletic adviser, spirit the rules of the game of fNo
U') 1 ^ *WW Ttonight gave out a -statement in re- ball, relating to roughness, holding
I I guard to the conference by reoresenta-! and foul play ard active ooache of
HEAVILY |AXm NATIOAL SANK tives of Yale, Harvard and Prinoeton,) our universities being present with
AV I 1 In Northern Louisiana BANK with President Roosevelt op Monday, ius, pledged themselves to so regard it fEL (NC
e Burea Y W NOTE CURRENCY USUQESTED which was held for the purpose of and do their utmost to carry oL the
NOTE NCconsidering reforms in the game of obligation.
IWm Bureau. A A MEANS OF RELIEVING football. The statement was made "Walter Camp, John E. Ow.ley, J.
rble Crime of Mtamrs on Rasey Defeated at Every Pi MOETnrY TRINENY IN public after word was received from B. Fine, A. R. Hillebrand, Edw. H.
ame Defeatd at OY ti Y IN the president, and is as follows: Nichols, Williams T. Reid, Jr." l
COOL SPELL HA DRIVEN OS At a eet with the president These men represent Yale Pri
Schmer Harry L S and Ousted iFrom Di- TIE OF NED of the United States t was agreed ton and Harvard. Stad
QUITOES INDOORS WHERE
THEY CAN BE EXTERMINATED rectorate Aseated pM. iiVCUAL PATI
W -FOUR TRAINED NURSES SENT Washington, Oct. 11.---There pre- CAL ONDITON
By Associated Press. FROM NEW ORLEANS TO PEN- By Associated Press. railed in the important speeches be- | |N T1I
Wilmiogon. Oct. .-A special to Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 11.-Joph R. fore the American Banker Associa- PIE WITAIN
e Sooner from cheSouthpo Ct sas SACOLA-QUARANTINE RAISED Ramsey, Jr., was twice defeated today tion convention here today 'a enti-
W. Tavlor. Brunswick, Ga., September AT NORFOLK. in his effort to control the Wabashi ment that financial legi tion was
23 for Philadelphia. put in there this system and failed even to retain his necessary. Thirty-three hundred NTD A
afternoon, bringing in iros three ne- seat as a director. Mr. Ramsey's frt bankers applauded Sreiy Shaw .r pAYSAN.
groes, all that remained of the crew I to the echo when he concluded a
of the four master schooner Harry By Associated Pre. defeat came in the morning when the lengthy address the burden Wbleh was
A. Berwind. Captain Rumill, from Mo- ##m##** ,#e*% 4#a^eMaM result of the caucus of bond holders a panorama of the prosperi% of the
bile September 23 for Phila-lelphfa. N O O was announced. It was admitted his country contrasted with a monetary. --
The captain, mater cook an oi l N he Orloans. Oct yll.-Fol- greatest strength la in proxies given system which is inflexible *ad liable
ing engineer wore murdered as e. low is the official yellow fever /thereby to bring disaster at any cr-
after a mutiny and the bodies thrown report to 6 p. m: t to him by bondholders, but he-was un-ciai time. ary of the el
overboard. The body of I fourth ne- New Cases 16; total to late. ae n elect himself a director. Secretary Shaw suggested as a tTm V up to a n
gro found on deck, he evidently havy-:* 3,264. but ,0Ls40 votes against remedy a heavily taxed National Bank About Twenty Have eft During the ew cae.....
Irng ben murdered. Deaths. 2; Btal to date 411. F st for each of the six men note -currency, which would a6 drawn T l ca
New f aclt 1. d for directors by Geo. forth at times of unusual demand for Says i s yetaday
Cases under treatment 179. o 1 money and by reason of the tax be l deaths tod
C ases discharged 2,650. retired immediately upon *changed Greece of Conditons ad Cases dischrged
retired Immediately upo han
II r it FEVERItM Ir*MPR Addresses were made by Secretary
ELIort'whawb. hSllretShaw and W. B. Ridgelrand the re- Many Greeks have left the city dur. -Cssesi .....
New Orleans. Oct. 11.-The cold I.N MI SgISSIP I port* ot,Seeretary Bra-. and the ing the past- few days, and there re w f
snap today, continued shrinkage in standing potectiv tte sub- but few of them who are stop n oll to The Journal Twety-four new
the numberr of cases and the predic- m -te this country. Their departure is due Camp Murray, Oct. 11.-The was the report issue
PATIENion of frost in northern Louisiana to- to the yellow fever scare, and the death weather cleared about 10:30 Tuesday of the tate Board of
niht wST the probability that there, By Associated Press. "op. r
night, with the probability that there- By Asocited PrO R R of a number of their countrymen. As morning and continued so util about covertg the yellow
will follow the early Ilfting of uar- Jackson, Miss., Oct. .-Te M- o 6:30p. m., when it clouded up again, the day.
antine restrictions in that section of sissippi fever summary for the day is -fo Taking advantage aa the many thui tha a l
.en.t.. pr a follows: antI the Gr population ii Pensaco- weather a committee was apoMed The ft ta t
SNaeeral fever situation, n. only in, it one Tn the country. Natce, Parthermore it I stnted th w a t
New Orleans but through ut I )uisina five new trsrt. Two new foci. Gulf- many more will leave during the next aad -,S', ^S, t.e ,ath ,,,l
t And and Mississippi. The wer t['- burea-i; port one new case. Port Gibson three By Assoolated Press. Stearn. The oluton we
hta Nthrt Ant al m aon new cases. Memphis, Oct. 1.-There was a tcw ul n up and approve .
S points out the fact that the frost to- slight frost in this vicinity early Of the number of cas among the committee consisting o M to stop the spread
Was Refused at St. Anitony s day was considerably earlier than the NEGRO EX-CONGRESSMAN day and advices from Arkansas at'l Greeks many have proved fatal, and Whaley and Hancock appointed to the disease numbe r
average and sequent there i SENTENCED FOR MURDER North Mississippi points indicate a this has caused them to become fright- present same to te gentlemen en-
Hos Itlhope that eariler winter will come FOR light frost generally and another Is ended While three or four have stop- toned. The resolutions were pre- rather large e
with it By Associated Press. predicted for tonight. sened in cities in the north, herted y the mmttee and e om- h n the fact
The whipping out of the fever sl Columbia, S. C., Oct. ll.-Geo. ped in cities in the north, whr h m wee invited to dinner at 6 be the health or
S One death occurred last night from now progressing at a rate that gives ray. colored, a former member c'f Snow In Wisconsin. will remain until the fever is stampeLd P. m. by Dr. Banks. The ResolutioMs will how a further
ilow fever The pu:icn' was a lad' genrnil sat'faction to the authorities congress, was sentenced today to Milwaukee, Wis.. Oct. 11 -Snow out, the majority have gone to their were as follows were no deaths,altho
, under trea:mcn: a: S'. Anthony s Ho.- and the fall in temperature is- hailed twenty years in the penitentiary for fell generally thilughout the stte former homes in Greece, where they The Resolutions or fVe patients in a
Slital, and the remains are now at th,' as a blessing. Dr. White thinks 'f murder. today. will probably remain. At a meeting of the occupants of and likely to expire
,,lortaking parlors o Northup & the cool weather lasts a few days the Camp Murray) held on the afternoon hours, if not sooner.
Wx)ood. fever will speedily disappear. of October 10th 1B05, the following The New
Further information could not he st- "This cool spell." he said 'odavy, resolutions were unanimously adopt- The new caes d
Suri.l The- fact that the decea.-(l "hs driven all: he mosquitoes indoor.; ed: yesterday were-as fo
,as a laly an,. had been a parneut az to hunt warm plares and if the people i" rWhereaa, owing'to the prevalence Thomas Williams, I
the hospital for a number of davs was will only fumiga:e judiciously now of the Yellow Fever in Pensacola, the wgona streets.
k a;,rned from a colc rrt, driver. and on Saturavy and Sunday there establishment of a detention camp B. I. Herring, Gou
No intorma;onu wh.rcxer co,:lA, l( is no reason why the comparatively because necessary, and, Gertrud'e Wilkers
eiB,,'red from St Ain:!t,.,h hospital few mosquitoes now remaining should Whereas, The Government has street.
No answer could be ol:ained as to th., ncx all be destroyed." placed Surgeons Banks and Van s- W. T. Nealeans, 41
rame er time .of d, _ih. the nurse an- 'lh- State Board of Health today derf and Pharmacist Searns in street.
smering the phone say.ng that her or- dispatche.i four trained nurses tc Pen. P B charge of the aforesaid Camp, and, Constance Smith,
der'-s were from the superintendent sarola in response to the request of ro Mf \ Whereas, Although the Camp was street.
(f the hospital. ann that the latter hal State Health Officer Porter. Thpee established under very trying cir-:m- 1itella ilelero, St
r 1-ceied orders iron. :hc health offi- nurses ar< experienced in handling # stances and many difficulties, the pital.
cals Cfever cases. aforeesld officers have distinguished Chas. Touart, 401
Wen it was ascertained that the. themselves by their extreme kindness street.
rtat:e a p-son who had died of yel- QUARANTINE RAISED and unfailing consideration toward all Philip Moody 731
l fever was refused a demand wa AT NORFOLK VA. the occupants of the aforesaid Camp, J. J. Jernigan.121
made for t.- viemins name. and the ___ \ and have extended to all a most hos- street.
aurse said she wul speak ;o the Norfolk Va., Oct. 11.-The qnar- pitable welcome and kindly courtesy, IAlla Allen, DeLeoni
superintendent, antine in f-rce for several monns making the conditions of life there nut.
Afe awa g abortde t, antine in ,,rce for ,-n and other onsr- E- much more comfortable and delight- Ada Daw, 404 JEast
The Journal ace'::n a. ~e tha: th, phone urn point in:Ocr'e i wit:h yellow fever -1 Z ful than any had even hoped that Burdette White, 3
had been unal r, 'os hung u. t h h be raised I //wi o fv they would be, and by their untiring street.
Another call rt:' :ov hung inform' s l /o n r efforts have combined to make the Mrs. Jothn Massey,
Athat othine catli be g;i\en cu .* < period of detention a time of comfort street.
It is general. the cugsom, when a Od Pa TPPTI and Pleasur.. where only discomfort MisM Mamie Stew
person ,'- a: a hospial or oth.; F UO ILU I 7 had been anticipated. street.
i place, to give newspaper r.porm rhe / N /lS' I Therefore, Be It Resolved, That the Miss Mettle Himm
soae Dforgaiion-: e;,st !ie- nam, FOPrg ArArSTAIMA O / occupants of this camp lo hereby ex- Hospital.
o f the decNased--bu: S: AntAhny.- A SiI All O press to Surgeons Banks and Von Geo. Helnero, R
SC-]ilT.Il seems to be an texcep:ion -o sf f Esdorf and Pharmacist Stearns their streets.
- K rule. / -. ere thanks and deep appreciation Henry Monk, 18
SEA WALL WOULD BE IR fr the many and great kindnesses street.
r01L[ [ Mi I wA t WA.l WOULD BE REQUIRED /j p at \> = which have been daily exhibited to. Astergreu, nar Go
COLL N AND ISLAND IS NOT OF SUF- ward them, and they further desire Miss Bertha utle
E \ to put on record their unqualified en- mont street.
FICIENT IMPORiTANCE. dorsement of Camp Murray and .ts Herbert Butier, 41
CANNOT PLAY i management, and further, street.
1 GA. Be It Resolved that a copy of these Lois But"er, 411
STereolutions be presented to aSurgeos street.
The St Auaust te Recr, ays" woBn:k and Von Esdorf and Pharma- Mirs. S. S. Ptlney, '
By Associated Pre. The Re'op: l'-arns obat no steps wil s Sern and be published in te street.
SNew York. ) "1 -Th Facult o be o aken by thp- Inie-l States Go -'- s Jo,: rnl. a. J. Morgan, 131 P ci r
4Co: iti '. 1 h: t're ,n' todny c' i:- n f: w''ard protecting Anasw- o -igned) L. C. Hopper, H. G. Cald- Eille Allen, ear Br
thav it Capt ,.f ,m .he o.z s-3 n fr :. noachment of: w il, A. P. Williams, W. W. Morris, Patienr V
aa r F. W. Ridgly. J .A. Wikrson of
a Toyrbal r a"' that Carter. fon. 'e rehi- ma':er wa tet and b
n 1arbu:k ,no pet an u : Board Trade BACON NOW ASSISTANT Anthony's hospital, ar
t, ,, In a-l r ( ..s thi- and ii ",-i !- a f frwar SECRETARY
I1 fit i t i rso: ed a-k r ha: r :aiwa',r- e built t SECRETARY OP STATE cal condi in. an ar.
a!." i p-- t C '. n *:h b vi of thet' 0a I've duringtha
Sfar en engineers B Associated P two or three others
ha ',u ', adv- rne rp'),-r Washirten Oct. 11.-Robert Ba- grous condition. and
C,1A I N::N~M:. he Go(,-rnn:nt proprp !t can of New York, today took oath of. en uHer treatments
!I Tiin racticau 'e and qualified as assistant s0re-* In the family of Mr.
ST-111-hi. r-acticaliv a
r.2 :1 ,' n' appr ,ptat on for jof- attention Is being gi'
.I or 7akwa-a- wtill wi3-ll t-atmentt
r-. rommen.,t. Furthcr. the engi- OT A Le e thr :
By Assoc ated press, be a sea %: 'he cost af which would Charities.
Phili e'Ph P, 0- -Rain +,- be out of a'" pr' -rii to the 1uport-z .y Dr. Bickersta
day pr' :, r,i asnce of !i'c c' tJ By C-Pyln i
fame ,')f tz A. t N o. r "-e At be ra:.., c.f that bai bee-.-. appointed Dr. J. H. N
wo: I gofne on to- --v p, ethoo-eari past, the! L.- rue
bct we'~ the Ph .' ; rner: -i oto-tb c0 of QLe 1ad -wil probabil- the scores in the prfacipal football Pollock and Bruce.
Lr.z,.e teLm fa..n Y f b games played today: ber of cases under !re
Pf fcro eLet- a r,,ro nt Annapolis 34; St. Johns 0. the srvies of anomhf
Za:wna. Leag, C'( : ",. ... r a -sol 't th EXCITEMENT AMONG THE NATIVES. JHar.vard 34; Bates 6. the city council at its
teanis wili lar b'i -a .. :. Un.ceu s :.ao is taken WHEN THE PRESIDENT'S PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF HI RECENT HUNTING TRIP REACHkES Universty f P sylvana 3; provided for a third
New York Friday a ur Ito pr-ozect and preserve the island. BEAR GULCH. Franklihlt
ill now sDw
TB M A OFrt
AND MAY Xw
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ses and no deatbe
id from the ofca
Health last night,
fever situation of
day developed a
aoes than Lah Oay
als and th-a phytl-
ing night and day
and to stamp out
of naw cases is
hat the new case&
se,. ant it i9 hop-
ficials that today
ugffThere are four
Eleventh and Tar.
on, 423 DLeAoa
.3 South Cavalik
109 South Mflat
. Autbowb Beb
West Maia gasftk
13 1E0th DaNy
a ad Team nth
I1 E st Romae
701 West Oarueu
art, 901 HWayn
ac, L. hanioay'#
s and Wasemq
West eog gM
r, 412 Mot Ba3*
2 Eamt Belmoat
01 West Gardea
52g East DeIAs
on, who is at St.
e in a very crItt-
not expected to
There are a&e
'ho are in a dam
may not s-rvive.
for several days.
of cases. very
yen those un4w
d nurses havy
e by the vftta
OIckerstaff as &W
1. to assist DM
The large BUW
'r physician, and
special m a
assistants oo 6
T NE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. pag
S Is always read by nearly all
_ __ -
h besut sheis nanad pikes for their
tFsaite that sar weligh Impossible
to ihe i of moderate means. but a
agatl asrvey of what they have to
er will give her an abundance of
Ideas wherewith to construct her own.
he a eoerdee pleated gows is one of
ft very bet models for the amateur
9 alsnwrtake. for under no eireum-
tm In a is e even the semblance of
a at to them. and even the simplest
adMme for trimint shows up well. Of
course, this demands much more mate-
Ial than the other styles. but. -o the
other hand. one does not haev to pay
the dmamaher' s hol ie t is n in-
the mped teagowa that it aosted
po a &more or less ftted prineese
ag t is8se that aemands an artist's
bat to tashloes the present mode.
and while it is eminently becoming to
the wome et perfect proportions, the
petite beauty would very much better
te Mi alote.
however. the Parlsienne. whose tastes
g~le wh world b this reward. vastly
favors the extremely loose and flowing
deinAes The present odes in nectice
posit to the liae that hangs unbroken
frome the shoulder, and when It is -arae
to show a &geeM l outward swel from
saek to hem. thea Its eachet Is complete.
Anm s1 of this favors the efforts of tie
amateur dreamaker. so that a girt who
ba even the falatest Idea of sewing
can make for herself with an expendl-
tare of comparatively little time and
trouble a teagown or negligee for a
ftaetes of what a fCashlosable con-
tufer would demand.
In other days howe very eomfortah.
but hardly stylish. eiderdown garments
were hel in estiem or hbouse ad bed-
roesa wear. Very rarely were they oft
a suficient degree of dlantimse to be
worn outside the confines of ese's bed-
room-. Bt now we have changed all
that. a" the Swiss eider armaments of W-
day are nasioned after all of the latest
sad eslantiet ampnoes of fstea. ad
make their appearname wherever and
uhoesder the Samnly apegregte
Al at the O deeat. eaiteIe are to be
b"i thea and thea mmarnz blue, a
esembashepink. -g eF yellow and the
=t sdhse e orlavender and l3a aga
made up with an abundance of flufS
and rills that bring these garments
petty nearly. If not entirely, lato the
And the variety of styles that are fash-
toned in these Swiu elders. One sees
the graoefuUy looee and fiowtng garment
that makes no pretense of even sugget-
ing. let alone defining. the figure. and its
loosenpe. is further emphasied In the
riches and bomillinnes and pleatings that
go to make up its trimming scheme.
Then there are the semifitted styles.
where the graceful curve of the weist-
line is suggested In the side sean s and a
handsome gfrdle tied loosely In front
brtlgs the curves of waist and hip Into
The sifete of her negligee are a point
that receive bni deserve a careful oon-
sideration. Where the arm is shapely
and well rounded the chance to display
It to coquettish advantage In the fash-
Ionable half sleeve is one not to be nec-
lected. and the amount of lace ruffles
and frills that will depend from the half
sleeve is a matter that must be settled
by the size and shape of the arm Where
the forearm is of generous proportions
the sleeve ruffles may be likewise, but
where the arm is slender then one. or at
most two. lace rufes, not too full.
should suffice. For the arm Is made to
look large or slender, according to Its
The craze for the kimono and for ki-
mono effects has spread to the Swiss
elders. and both the long and the short
garments are possible in this delightful
fabric. Some of them are most luxuri-
ously lined In silk. plain or padded, and
the sleeves are all of them upon the
pagoda dl6lin. with the ends as loose
ahd flowing as possible. Ribbons. plain.
shirred. bouilllnna and encrusted with
lace are used for trimnmings. and pleated
gauze ribbons alternate withtpUlse chif-
fon for sleeve, collar and front trim-
The Elaboration of Simplicity.
The negligee arranged with pleatines
sun or accordeon, according to fancy, is
one that Is almost staple, for Its soft
and loose folds dbpoee themselves ever
to the best and mot artistic effect. A
simple model that gives the effect of
elaboration is that pictured-a gown that
can readily be fashioned at home for
considerably less than the best shop
charge. There to a poke foundation, and
ever this the pleated part Is disposed.
this cut to reach from the shoulder to
almost the ankle. At this point a very
full circular flounce Ito irred oc to the
straight pulled edge of the acecordeon
pleated upper part, and a leae entire
deux is cleverly tmed to simua'.* panels
on the pleated part, to deane the cut-
out V neck and te trim the flounce. The
sleeve Is just the pleated soelaine. with
the pleats close together. and a fll-
shaped volant answers for a cuff. The
Bounce s flaninted at the edge with a
little shirred band.
AR the w-qst. where It meeps the skit
sF,,ems and adds to the fl. ness The
Sur. uerarm .sems are sh ,p.s- to th. fig-
ure,. while the fronts are left loo.e and
Sti wing. The broad collar over the
; shou!dera is continued in long points
that cross ovet the bust. and afford
psornewhat of a draped effect The *leeve
Is a loose open pagoda pattern. and
S hth collar and sleeve are amply
trimtned with full ruffle of a net-top
l'nce" that shows a small and dainty de-
A COMFORTABLE NEGLIGE.I
For house wear In the winter time
,,^ : there Is a uggestion of b-tn hi
,well as comfort in the bruat
Sandi scarlets that come In the SwiM
eider garments. Such a ore I S*iet
./ > satin In black for trimming, and W
k, t elaborate scheme of applique to Me
;- same somber colortig that shows up to
perfection upon the ruddy backsgoad.
The back is semi-fittting. the side a
adjusting the lines of the iarment I
the figure; aad the fronts are left lasm.
the handsome black silk cord
.>. .;''eliminating any suglWtion of sHH-
ness in the fit The shoulder to
the sailor collar, with Its trimmiraite
emphasizing this feature. The uS S
follows coat lines, and is cut In two
A.- usual two pieces, with a 11 of stot
at the wrist for a fnish.
& .V WITH A LACE OVMRJACECT.
lite In this lastance a pretty *%te *f
daffodlU-yellow crepe do ahin tie -
Sdon pleated to form the straight.
negligee. the pleated portion extsnt
SWto halfway between the ka wb I
-F Is oi ned with a very full
a flounce, applied with an entire dem tW
heading, and the same lace to, m c a
trimming ban4 above the hem. Th- Va-
tare of the pretty robe Is the lace ever-
jacket, this in a German arlrowr vl-
clenneas. There is a broad seller es
edged with a double aveant of the les
The jacket has a full double-ho tIs
down the center of the back, e w t to
fronts are cut with I" erds th
down sharply fron whan
wea/M be were such a"
is a ft!, open Pm p atter. r
to just below the bead of the elb a
flares open to dilay the plim q
of yellow crpe deh e Me bMeat.h
back of the ,acet ls caught
fig ure with a bra d ribbeai _y.
passing around the walst a4
loosely in front, the endieise d
frills of lace. The flnishlag teooi
daintiness ia give In the UIttle
of chiffon budtat t heir &nea .
ance at the throat.
gown, this trimmed with piece silk A PARIMIANM CUATIOI.
touelbd up with a line of black.A
~lond uo llte- tFo th Slal omFrom the Malo Ags ai i S
S op ull osfr the should. r dainty creation M th eg
cy caflar wt oble shell b4d negligee, but whih mign t ]u as
incy egar with da trimming thatble sell b do service as a teagown. The eON.
ose a vest effect. TO sleeve he is ponent materials are resed
lt Into a uft, wkie Jis trimmed "a pongee., hit* ehiffor of the
with the collar, -.ni the cord girdle weave and a e t vilv5wIt ls,
st the full folds to the lines of the catly with the rnt The .
effect that comn ase jacket and _
iRE LUXURT AND COMFORT sleeve to perfection. a thick pljpif or
MEET. defining the slew portion. .T t
long skirt drapery, a continuation
s dainty Swisa elder, which shows the Jacket, applied at the wate, d
iteate Dreade pattern printed In velvet border running from m ah
familiar Dresden colorings, is lined to the hem of tis dra
f parted It dull blues and soft nect i ut out aqunre t n front t
. Thiagown, made by a. wel. nder dre cut eoatrely of white
rn Parisian house, shows the fond- three graduated bands of pongae
of the Parisienne for the extrethely pearing on the skirt. The n
and graceful effects. The beck ti hearing on the skirt. T*h un ryu
with a large Watteau pleat In the is likewise in chiffon the puff tke
Rr. this tacked to the lining as far and falling into a velvet band eg.
The Last Touches to the Toilet.
Nowadays the modern belle does not
consider her toilette complete until she
has added one or more of what she is
peaaed to term the finishing teacher.
and as lkely as not these come fr.m
her jewel casket.
The foreign fashion of dispensing with
the hat for evening wear is one that
is slowly, but very surely, gaining
ground on this side of the Atlantic
among the fashionable; and when this
fa:hlon .. followed the coiffure Is
naturally made much meos elaborate,
and the finishing touches take the form
of some dainty addition to the head-
Orchids are In very high favor it
foreign courts; and the' are see In
velvet in exact facsimile of the natural
blossom. The white orchid In partibalar
i- favored, and either a Jeweled agrrett.*
tor a -natron or a -spray of velvet
maidenhair r for the yoner belle i the
usual accompani-nentu Simple wreaths
of velvet leaves, too, are favored by
the girl with classical feature; aad
the single rose. camellia or gardwenia-
artticial. of course, and frosted with
diamond dust-finds many adherentsa
The ribbon bows of many and various
fcrtms that held sway for so long are
now declared passe; and either fowers
or jewels is the only permisWble addi-
tion to the coiffure that Dame Fa hlon
approves. For court reception and
presentations ostrich feathers aem the
prescribed headdress; but one rarely
sees them abroad outside of the daerea
precincts of royalt.
Colars and rivers et precious stones
are always to tashion, but there fs a
growing ftad for dainty little ecklases
of the semi-precious stones, and eea
those which have ttle or no financial
value beyond such an the passing tad
may accord them. So perfect has the tml-
station of these last become that it were
hard for any but an expert to tell the
difference between a string ,,f pearls
that cost thousands of dollars, and one
that cost but as many thousand cents.
Jade, amber, coral, andx especially che
rare white coral, turquoise, amethyst
and opal are all o them shown along
th' Rue de la Palx end the Rue de Ri-
cell at prices that proclaim them other
than the real. And phen the stones are
separated with Itti- rendels of cut crys-
tal the effect is extremely pretty. In-
deed. For the transparent or semi-
transparent stones, such as sapphire,
amethyst and such. the Jewelers are
using string of d< tal ldoes dye" to the
exact match of the stone, so that there
is not the >etfi of a white string show-
Ing through the supposedly precious
colored beads. And even those of the
fashionable world. who are suppos*a to
be able to own any amount of real
stones. are Indulging In the fad for tne
irnitcUon and no distaste or censure on
the part of Mrs. Gr nay atnd her many
self-elected dep-'tes ensoe!
In the lorgnette chains all of the
dainty patterns from the olden Urnes
are reproduced; and the early Itallan
leads aU the rest. There are some ex-
quisite ones, reproductions of genuine
Benvenute Cellini pl ces, that nmy be
had for a 100-fa.nc bill. these inaet with
star sapphlr 3 and beryL While the
lorgnettes themselves are shorter, the
chains grow .onger.
In fans there Is a delightful diverty.
For the debutante there are charming
little ones, painted after Watteau aad
Grouse, and with a little cereal lace fMr
the edges. These are mounted upon
pearl stlcks. and the fad at the moment
calls for the reen shades lan the part
The fan chain, too. must show this ftah-
lonable tint; and .hJ best examples heag
once around the throat, and theUa fU
fully as ftr as the knee. The short girl
1o a hern twice a mONd the ck.
The Parilenne dam*e aof oal posithm
has a great liking for the lng ehat, to
which she attach all sort of Uttle
miniature articles In cold and jeweli
that are exchanged between friencL from
tIne to time. Almost a4.y occasion is
deemed appropriate for the presentation
Sof these costly little items; and the
young girl is just as assiduous as her
mother-ot ev'n rr re so-in collecting
these fascinating little ornaments. A
piece of branched coral mounted in gold
-it must be oranched--s supposed to
ward off the evil eye. little gold shoe
brings good tuck. A miniature purse
InIures a well-filled one. A little pig
neans plenty. And so on through the
list. Madame terms this her dit-done,
and has a story to relate concerning
each little pendant to her chain.
AM speaking of pendants, all of the
nw brooches are fashoned with some
sort of a pendant, a fringe of small
Jewels or the like; and they are all pro-
vided with a snap ring, so that they
may themselves be worn on a chain in
pendant fashion when caprice dictates.
Description of Above
ROBES' THAT INDICATE REAL
For the real comfort of the resting
hour or for bedroom wear there is noth-
ing that gives such solid yatisfactfbn as
the garment of awis elder. The newer
ones of these are being made up In de-
sign tfar more d4inty and elaborate
than heretofore. The material Itself is
not nearly so bulky as It ece used to be
and aes of the sheer9se that Is so
de l n all nrand easlse of ma-
terials nowadays. The tending figure
sto gowned in a pretty hade of astarin
blue wlm elder, with lighted shade
of eakin ribbon plquanty oched up
wit velvet b ey ribbn r tr V
and -MM frot, the nect cut V and
the flor collar following that line.
The dleeve is loose at the w'ist, the
rio trimming carried t baU way to
the elbow and dotted with small black
velvet buttons. The trimming border
o en collar is carried down the froat
In aa unbrokep une% am a handsome
silk cord glrdlE serves to bold the gown
to the fiure. The ated dame wears a
..alaty Ade of shell paik in her cam-
I I9 IISAICOLA JiO..NA...THU....AI MORNING, OCT SER 12 190....7'R
If you're a hard case to
lt or suit, come in and
let's swap experience. We
know just what will look
well on you and you can
rest assured that you will
get the best to be had
C. C. Seamrn1G, oo. Armpw
4.5a. L1ows fa erly of Pamoaola,
ftInthe dir as &visit to hI&slsite
Mr_= Mrs A.. Giseuhut and child
I REICH' THE
Come From Nw rIenns Ad Will
Assist in Carngf (or
S Four trained yellow fever nurses
Reached the city yesterday afternoon.
Coming from Ncw Orleans. They will
Sas-sist in nursing th< 'low fever pati-
ents in Pensacola. and as the number
of competent nurses is limited, their
assistance will be of great benefit to
the ufferers as well as physicians.
The nurses were secured by the relief
committee, and will be assigned to duty
a2 the c ommirtee sees fit. Where
Families are able to pay for their ser-
vices this will be expected, but in
cases where families are destitute
their services will be furnishean by the
relief commuitte free of charge.
All of the nurses are ladies and have:
had years of experience in New Or-
Sleans. Owing to the decrease in the
number of cases there Surgeon White,
o the Marine Hospital Service, secur-
ed them for Censacola.
Sick headache is caused by a disor-
dered condition of the stomach ana'
-is quickly cured by Chamberain's
Stomach and Uv-er Tpblets. For sale
lby all druggists.
WAS MAKING TROUBLE AT THE
ESCAMBIA RELAY CAMP
THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL-
WILL DO IT.
W A. D'ALEMBERTE, I
Druggist and Apothecary, I
Phone 109 121 8. Palafoxt. |
USUAL END Of.
THE DOPE IfNO
ADO STORY OF YOUNG WOMAN
WHO GAVE UP FRIENDS AND
VIRTUE FOR AWFUL
S rm lnea* oayte" rNew orw, ere Joe Russ. a negro who had been The Montgomery Journal tells te
Swyll ',remla atil the fever is the employe of the Louisville and The Montgomery Journaf life and
5lap w st f P01. euo os Nashville as brakeman, was arrested owinsad, d story of life and
In The Jouraas rtport of the city yesterday afternoon by Sheriff Van Georgia Holton a woman well
omem flmeet ng hld Tusday the lame Plet and placed in jail. neowr among the women of the waef
S Alderman A. H. D 'Alembert- was About 3 o'clock the sheriff received, world died yesterday afternoon in a
omtated fuse %he list of those answer- a call from the L. & N. stating na ieell at the cit prison about 2 o'clock.
t agt rol eaiL. He was present and a negro was at the Escambia CampI She was arrested Saturday after-
dmbA have bha so reported. with a revolver and was defying noon by Oficer T. J. Swearengin,
Te United Carttls desires to ac- everybody there, and threatening t and a charge of drunk was docketed
he eeipt, rough Mr. shoot them. The sheriff took a Wn-against her. She was a~ted at
Sf i. the FW Cook chester rft, and went to bhe scene West En 'al front of"a 'l#and ap-
JaSm $ .t 0 am the r.W Ck on a special train furnished by the peared to be In a drun i stupor.
eeatCC. which is contributed to peered to be in a dru
e ever relef fund -now begx company. He found Russ, and ar-T She was brought to police headquar-
SA rythe Unie id Charites? -resled him without any troble- Tie, terms 8in a hack and locked up. She
S4 by the United Charitie. revolver could not be foun4 the e- stayed- .a the cell aad aotitng was
Landlord W. L. Gilmore of the Park gro saying that he had left It with, hea d from her- ut11 yesterday, w.en
Hotel leaves today for the deteation, his brother. she begged for morphine.
eaRp and the hotel will be closed until Considerable excitement. was cre-;- At 1 :0 o'clock yesterday afternoon
th quaantlne Is lifted. Mr. Gilmore ated at the camp for a short time, I| Officer John McDade went to the cell
Vai s leatOag the detention camp, the negro had been ordered to leave to see wh ,at *e woman wanted, as
avseral w-eks with his father and refused to do so. she kpt calling. He talked with her
m ear Bluf Springs. awhile and she begged for morphine.
Sni a rmittn f TEAMER FLORIDA HAS At 2 o'clock an officer went to her
In wending a remittance of $5.00 forNH
the fever relef fund. Postmasti NOT YET REACHED PORT cell and found that she had died.
ielogel of Marianna writes: "I a There is a sad story connected with
S ceedigl- soriy to berofso man The big steamer Florida, which the death of this v.-oman. At one
ases maof ae in s lef here lamk week for points up the time she was marr;el to a young man
of mtIe. Some of those who died I sound. has not yet reached port. and and they lived aboul ten inles frctm,
have known for several years.' it is feared that she is in trouble at Montgomery, she helping -'her nus-
asome point up toward Choctawhat- band to run a store. IAfe eWemed to:
John Walters received a telegram chief bay. be all happiness for the y'Oung coup,'.,
ycsteraky announcing the death in The steamer was due to leave the Her husband after! some time noticed
SJacksoarille the night previous of his mills last Friday with a tow of eigrl that his wife was acting strangely,
brother. Fred Walters. The latter was lighters of lumber and about 1.600 and he was dt-.nfounded when ne
t early a resident of Pensacola, hav- pieces of timber. As nothing nas found that she vwas catin: morphine.:
Ing left here for Jacksonville three been heard of her and owing to the He lived with her for some time afte"-
)eas ago. He was 19 years old. very bad weather the steamer Nel!ie this. but g t a divorce. He still lovely
A large party will leave today for has been sent out to look for the his your wife. and it is said that a"-
the detention camp. The party wili vessel. ter a shorT epara lon they were mar-
h- composed of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Sol- ried again. He eivcd with her ror
onmo and child Mrs. Sol Cahn ano' J.I. Stephens Better. some time, and then left har again.
family and a number of others. After! A report from the bedside of J. I. From what can be learned his wift,
hl-aig tke camp they will go to Mont-! Stephens last night at 12 o'clock, was began drifting into a life of degrada-
omiery to remain until after frost. to the effect that he was much im- !ion, and finally becan;, a woman of
approved. or rather that his condition t.he half world. Her craving for mor
"Leihargy is a sort of rental rus'. was better than it had been at any, phine, or "dope." continued all the
which every new idea helps. in us. time during the day or night. Mm.1 time, and up t>) the minute of her
passage. to scour away." The decline Stephens has been ill for several days.: death she was crying and begging for:
and fall of a store commences wita the drug.
the rsta hint of "mental rust"-and FIFTEEN PERSONS LEFT -: Morphine was the ruin of her. bhre
this Stw hint usually comes in a ten- YESTERDAY FOR OTHER CITIES bad a happy home and lived a virtu
deucy to lethargy about: advertising., ous life; she had a g od husband who:
in such a case a "new idea" about ad- Fifteen persons left the city yester-1 loved her dearly. hut the drug got the
vertising is- regenerating. ('ay for various points. Many of them best of her.beter self and brought
The remains of F. L Bowen, man- are going to northern cities, where! her down to the lowes! of human,
ager of the Southern Hotel, who dieas' hey will remain until the fever leaves creatures. She gave up her nomeI
Monday night of 'ellow fever, were Pensacola. while a number of them and her husband and her virtue to
interred yesterday in, St. Michael's %fre bound for the detention camp, satisfy the craving or morphine.
cemetery. The services were an ?nd- and from there they will go to various She came down from happiness to
ed by a large concourse of friend.. points in the south worry and shame and ended it all by!
among them being a number of Catho- Toasy there will probably be a larger leaving this world while locked be-;
lic Knights. of which order the decess- exodus from the city, as a number| hind prison bars under the influ-
ed was a member. Many handsomeha&ve prepared to depart today. ence of "dope."
Soral tributes covered the grave. She was to have faced the judge
IDRAWING UP PROGRAM this afternoon on a charge of being
The reirains of Deputy Harbor Mas-I DRWN UoP PRCEGRAC O drunk. but now she stands before a
FOR PEACE COMFERENCE Judge who will review her whole past
ter William Olsen. who di-d Tuesday; judge who will review her whole past
nigh', of c;:ow fever, werr placed at. B Associated Pr s life.
Yesterday afternoon in S: Mich- St P r Ociatd eforei She was a young worean about 2
a's cem:-er. The body was follow- St. Persbrg.OC.-The ei years old. and has relatives in th,
el i other grave by the members of the ofe i engaged in, -city.
t',' eres Benevolent Association. o program fr the so ond peace confer- .
i v1hic1 the ,,ceased aqws a member.' ence at The Hague. It is said it will _. ;
S Many eth rs were preenT to pay th,'ir he eminently praeceal.
last Iga r-pects to the deceased, LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE LIVE
and a number of floral tributes we e
piised unon Th er- ADJOURNS TO TUESDAY _
By Associated Press.
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribhon New York. Oc 11.-The legislative Special to The Journal.
Lemon an. Vanilla Extracts. Tai~- comnmi'e. adjourned its session today! Olive ct. 11.-The party given at
lts Flavors perfel u next Tuesav on account of t Mr. Taylor's last Tuesday night prov-
-- death of Sleaker Frederick Nixon ofe ed to be a great success. Many de-
insomnia and Indigestion CUred. the state assembly. htful games were played and some
S.as. year I haj a v, r S.vW attack raphophophone. The gue s were as fI-
of indigeswion. I
I was tIJXwled this wpy for three presching at your church last night? nd Boley nd little Miss Mertt;Mr.
months whed I ue Cham de-a'is Curate--No: whyI Layman--Oh. I 1.vy and Jodie Creiglrton, Mr. Robert'
omainach and iv- Tablets. -and re- dWn't know whether you would be Merritt. Mr. Ed Williams. Mr. Richard
t 1 i unie-.ia, r. *'" ., says John preachirg or Dot. so I wouldn't risk and Grady Merritt, Mr. Henry Baker,
FDor TullemsiTm.ro Orario. Canada. pg.-_-It,' Mrt. Fred Beal, Mr. Lewis Boley, Mr.:
r by a dr .s .and Mrs. D. M. Merritt anac son, Leslie.
Al1 seemed to enjoy thzmselve :great-
DANCING SCHOOL TONIGHT. IElT IC iv a!thonm h it wwas very c60l or lce
ierht ats hve C K. of A. HIl. BMr. and Mrs. Sam Temples were vis-1
ii ljYEhLOW FEVfR.tingaf in the town of Olive. Monday
M4CE FRESH OYSTERS ON T SGT THE 80KSO eoefing.
hALF SHELL DAILY AT NICK GET THE BOOK Me'Katie Hor. of Olive, is ia-
APOSTLE. OF PENSACOLA PRUGGI$TS FREE. itid at Johnson~' thfs week.
THE ISLE OF WIG HT.
IT GLEAMS LIKE A DIAMOND ON THE
BREAST OF THE SEA.
The E ttte of Cowe?. the sa..b-.
able E~giUh iesort, Where Noth.-
isg Ever Gets Dirty-What One May
See on the Hltor4e Ifs0a0.
*The Isle of Wight is shaped like a
diamond, and like a diamond it gleams I
and flashes'on the breast of the sea. !
Like a diamond, too, it is the luxury of
the rich. !
As your steamer approaches the road-
stead of Cowes you might well suppose
the little town to be a fbshipoable ham-
let far island on the blniq of a river.
The esplanade looks as lear to the
water as a towphth, and the green
woods that rise behind the white
houses are as thickly bnuVhed and as
brightly verdant as the cusalted trees
of Paingbourne. The, coarse beamed.
dark sailed smack of the sea tiT-hermanu
is a rare sight on those social water.s-.
Everywhere you behold among hli'-er-
Ing gulls and rocking buoys the craft
of pleasure and the shipping of de-
light. White yachts, with sails as
white as summer clouds, ride there
with the grace of swans, an I white
steam yachts, with brasswork flash.
tag blindly in the sun, rest royally at
anchor off that little shore..
Nothing ever gets dirty at Cowes.
The tamarisk which lifts Its fl6 feath-
ers above walls at the sea's edge is as
clein as the salls of the yaehtV. The
roads of red gravel make neither mud
nor dust and lie as smoothly as gir-
den paths. The Virginia cre.eper.
which swarm up the pfflars of white
houses, overspread the 'tiers >f bal-
conies and almost ,oovr the dark red
tiles of' the roofs, are every; whit nas
green and every tittle as .adinnt as
the shavep lawns beside tb eaplanade.
M-lowers there are at ,-p:'-i t of
view-red geraniums, g.iCh ,'eri colar!
as, blue lobeI as, crlmsn ysszop, c ed
dar pinks, rooes otfiw y ue and ferns
of every form-growing in neat flower
lleds, lifting their bright .lors above
garden walls and swaying gently in
baskets hang from balcony and sill.
The windows of the shops are as
iollsbed as a lady's okitr and shine
in the sun. Property waits behind
those counters of plenty a*d puts itself
completely and genially at the com-
mand of the wealthy. The butcher and
the greengrocer announce to,the pass-
erby that French and German are
spoken In their eptnblisbthents. The
yacht of fhe most necessitous million-
aire can obtain in those narrow, clean
streets all that she desires. Royal war-
rants, as big almost as the shops them-
selves, gleim overubop frepts, a n&S ar-
tistic signboard obtrauide from the
smart little doosways. ,ie shise of
the sweet w is I agil induce
On the m4pbis is s tall
white flagstaff t ever paces, and i
waittg, at'the little, ite stairs.
washed y, green water meet no
burly and rogh clad f en, but
only the wkitm
girls walk e with In tlgent papas,
and jolly s.hloolboys in flannels, carry-
ing paper bags of green gooseberries
and red cherries, stroll down to the
dingey at the stairs, munching ah they
go. There Is no haste and no exertion
at Cowes. At half past 12 on it lovely
morning I heard bI my httel the voice
of the manageress giving an order to
one of the maids. "Her ladyship says,"
she cried, "that she must half a hip
bath in her room immediately, or else
she won't be down for luncheon."
Foolish and lazy little ladyship to
lie abed on such a good morning in so
fair a place as this diamond of the
sea! For it is not only the esplanade,
the bright shops and the pleasure of a
saunter to Egypt point which are
within the rt'aeh of the visitor to
Cowes. The whole Wight Is within a
drive of the Medina. You must go to
Newport, and, paying the tax which
was demanded of me. not requested,
for entering the church, you may sec
the lovely memorial which Queen Vic-
toria set there to the poor little Prin-
cess Elizabeth, who died of a broken
heart beside an open Bible for lo1'e of
Charles I. You may also go to Cars-
brooke and enter the splendid castle
GREW THIS HAIR
AND WE CAN'
| PROVE IT.
Rtesultsb from Ms use are QUICK and PERMANENT.
13ANCMs MARTZ KNOWLTON,
MIS DOROTRY CLABR, 980 Garfeld Boulevard, Chicago, Ill.. ) SS LUCY MAT,
8130o reashaw St, Age 4 Tear. 5036 Fore-tlge Avsa ,
LITTLE FRANCES MARIE KNOWLTON
whose photograph appears herewith has a most beautiful head of golden hair, thicker than the crown of -I~ of o
mature women. Frances is only four years old, and her hair hangs within 12 inches of the floor. The extraordinary
strengthening qualities of Oanderime has grown for this little girl the most admirable head of hair ever poj eed b4
a child of her age in thaworld. The other two ladies whose photographs are shown here are certainly delightedwith t
results they are getting. Neither of them having hair that would reach to theirwaists before beginning the auseof Dmin%
IT 18 POSITIVE AND IMAANFT -I IrfS R ULT&,
When applied to the scalp on either old or young, it makes the hair sprout and grow thick, long and beautitaL, and the
is no waiting around for weeks and months to see results, either. Any druggist will refund the price if it does not a
complish every result we claim. NOW at all druggist in three sizes, 25 cents, 60 cents and $." per botUsL
REE 'C",To show how quickly D acts wo will d a large sampl tre by return mail to any one who send@ Ua avigag g 0 --
* --K Kowltoat 0*ndterine C Clileag withtheiraname and addresand 1o coats t eaBTer or stmps to pay pM y
The .QUee P-rom the Rans. VARIETIES OF MULES.
A retired rallroadl engineer says: "I -
often hear people enlarge upon the dtfll-' The Classifleatite De.eBd Upon th4
culties of drLving a locomotive in the Work They At4 to Do.
dark or during a heavy aian; but, for "The classification of Missouri's
my part, nothing ever gave me more great product, the mule, is the hardest
anxiety than cAntinuous sunshine. of all live stock," said a dealer to a
Color blindness is frequently nothing Ka.nsas City Star reporter.
more than intense pain in the eyes "To most people the animal is sim-
caused by watching objects which re- ply a mule, with a strong Inclination 'to:
fleet the llgh't and upon which the sun emphasize his presence with a kick.
Is shining. In a run of several hours' To most buyers he iqgood.or bad, large
the glare from the rails which strikes or small, smooth or rough, will prob-
the eyes while watching for track ob- ably bring a certain price on the mar-
structions and more particularly for ket or will not be wanted at all.
rails which have been forced out of Among dealers who supply the differ-
line by the heat is very trying, and ent demands be is classified according :
often when I have left the locomotive to weight, bone, size, color, age, mouth, :
after such a run I have found the teeth, broken or unbroken, length and I
greatest comfort In resting In a room breadth and also in regard to the lo- 1
where Egyptian darkness prevailed. A cality of the buyer. In the first place, i
man is afreia, to wear smoked glasses green, unbroken mules are never want-
lest he shoa* be suspected of color ed. Once in awhile we receive a few :
blindness and lose his position. But and generally have to sell them at a
some prote-tion of this kind would sacrifice. The principal classes of
greatly prolong the career of many an mules known) to the market are cotton
engineer nnd fireman." mules, lumber mules, railroad mules,
sugar mules, farm mules, levee mules,
a One Night Drewa. city mules and miners. Miners are
During he days of the second em-i classed as surface and pit mules.
plre a leaner of fashion t. Paris. find- "Cotton mules are the commonest
ing that she had overdrawn her hui- kind in regard to number. Their build
band's m'niif-ient nlow'1awnee And that makes little difference so long as they
a tren't finey hall was imminent. went are smooth. Lumber mules are the
to the grpet man milliner, Worth, and largest, he:vy boned, rugged grades,
pra-ed l him t%< !iro her a costume. 15.3 to 1G(.2 hands or. better. They are
HTe wai s'celked. Snuh menn expe- used in the big lumber camps for log.
dienut had never come In his line. The going and must have the weight for
idy prayvM. The *great man denied, good heavy pulling. Similar to the
Finally the prayers of beauty preva!!- lumber mule is the railroader. He I
ed. B-;t she was to wear a coatatue Is nqed In grading, hauling and all
entirely of hiq devising, the work that is known in the construe-
Tie dressed her as the flBg of Paris. tion of railroads. Sugar mules be-
The tricolor ftittered In her skirts, on long to the fancy class. They must be
her shoes, in her enameled earring.. smooth, buIlt rangy, small head and
Her hair was dreqs~e to represent a Rnck,. small bones. Farm mules vary
stormy sea in which rode the fiimons in siz', but are formed from the reject-
three mast-l rley h r!rin the,:o arrn ed ones of the for-'- ing classes.
of Pari:-. The Ilady wis enraptireL. "Lrov-e milef. :!s the word implies,
The gre-at tman only charrrd her 1..500 are used flear steamboats and dorks
fr;iim'i. The dreos w'.t hers for one
e' for th., h.~-y work. They are general-
1- si;i'o vwj'rk-rs and must be of the
r:" .edreinss. Their looks matter little
Sso lo:;' : t~=h"- are sound and fit for
where that poor little princess died l h;'rd work. A eity mule Inclhudes the
and where her unhappy father was |small, light grle, such as you see on
Imprisoned. You may see the donkey dell or:: nid transfer wagons. The,
Jacob summoned by a word from grass high pr- (,,s in the last year have re-
nibbling under fig trees to enter the duc.d the number greatly.
big wheel of the well and draw up nine u Tr h nr are the hardest cias to
gallons of water from the invisible sum,;>. Tbhy mnat be either a dark
spring at which those royal prisoners bay or b.-k In stcolor. White and sor-
quenched their thirst. But you, if wise, rel mnu!s no e nevor used. Where the
will quench your thirst with tea undei mines have Ione shafts, In the Penn-
the spreading trees of the Eight Bells- lvania coal r-rftrs eHpelaldt, t'ey
pleasure gardens in the village below, p Head say a white mt-!P resembles a ghost
listening there to the comments of en- uit Taki g and frightens the other mules beyond
thuslastic Am-rioans and watching u it Taking Yll8OW control. The pitters must be long in
the elderly gentlemen playing bowls Fever ai body, heavy boneol and have good
on a smooth lawn, as King. Charles Ffv r; at-end to iht.
played that ancient game in the castle "The government buys all classes of
on the hill.-London Mail. business and go to s. but that 1 done according to
contract, an'l prices hold a wide range.
A Crocier 'n a Fight. It never buys a lo"-. priced animal, and
Formerly the archbishops of York it Irigid in its examinations."
had the privilege of claiming two casks U
of wine from every vessel of twenty Too |any cook
tops burden entering the river HulL "Medial consultations are carried to
The merchants of the port came to their extreme limit in China," said a
view this claim as an oppressive tax, doctor who has visited that country.
and by unloading their abships in the "There whenan one becomes ri-
Humber evaded the officers employed ous y ll a consultation of fifteen or
to collect these obtoxious dues. Find- twenty doctors is held. The doctors till
Ing his revenue diminishing, Achbish- the house with their arguments. They
op Neville, in 1378. determined to as- make as much noise as a political con-
sert his rights and proceeded to Hull vention. But shch a consultation ai
with his attendants to enforce them. that would be considered small and
Tte mayor of Hull. Sir Thomas de -- FOR-- futile if a great man--a mandarin, say,
Waltham. w"h his t-'o bailiffs and a of the third class-were to he Ill. To
large number of citizens, met the ec- 19 lbs. GRANULATED SUGAR.for $1 consult on his case at least a hundred
clesiastics, and from hot wards the two NEW POUND MACKEREL, 3 for 2,5c doctors would gather together.
parties came to blows, Wbie the may- -v 1 "A member of the royal family was
or snatched from tke archbtebop his \-EW COMB H.... 1-lb. Pkgs..... c; :
-atce bot YEW COMB OEY 1-b Pkgs...lI taken sick while I.was in China, and
cruzler and used It so vigorously In New Mackerel. Codfish. Edam, j my Chinese host told me with a good
the free flght whihb followed ftat it Swiss, UImburger and Cream Cheese, deal of pride that the largest consulta-
was broken- e ftr1ff | Buckwheat, Graham Hem,. Oat Meal, tion known to history had been beIo
Barley. Everything fresh aza new at ever the sick man. N3 less than 316
Read the 3airnafl W*tWkCafuMap. lowest prices plyJ5iciacu. he said, had cene tas
* \' '.. . .- a -
Smoke and Be
D X -A:RF
IS THE KING
TRY ONE I
*1iiI I s lII1Agents.~l 11 iIII~l
Fm mm OW IM- RF C NO.WA
every part of the kingdom to study aa
ds ;-'., the vase.
"Tlh royal patient, I heard afteog
ward, died. This mammoth consult
tion hadl I ef-n held in vain."-Philadesb
rne swinging bridge of wood and
r-pe crossing a chasm in the Irish
cliffs-Carrick-a-Rede and the Larri-
ban-h!gh above tLhe SoP. which brPaks
in foam and embroidery along tlh
rocky coast, is unique and unmatched.
It Is only uqed during the salmon fiC.-
Ing season and connects the mainlnd
with th' hugi rock when* the pIse
derives its name. Whether msailin the
sea or coming up from the
the bridge seems but a fragBle
a floating sidewalk supported by
air and your imagination.
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VHX PENSACOLA JOURNAL# THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1Z
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*Uci i? STATEMENT CAM SE SSCURMSa
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PM L OOLA, LODA, THURSDAY MORNINt, OCTOBE& 18;I 1,W5
Pme Oa AjS the Stte
Bado d Hmtf a fr Aif .
If the yellow fever is to be wiped out of Peasseola before frost, more
Ugs ~sM be provided with which to do it.
S ft & Mki Sa te Resalth Ofcer Porter sad his assistants have been
.we S at tm the fever has ben handicapped from the frst by lack of
s ad Rt is heW cWhrr evident that more money must be forthcoming
1Vl disease Is be even checked before cold weather arrives to do it.
Dr. PPoter etimafts that with .W.00.0 he thinks he would be able to
1agfaite h iellMow ferw PUamssalb before troest. That being the case he
* I &Wte the 40 *4AW M dhe he akul have it at once.
&& 4 & eMe f tShe t On mm OmMlttee held yesterday in the city han
a -Mfmu apMlft Wi th lIstructions to make application to the
Mfte Moard of elM thfw hr ,.M.0. the amount etimatoi, as necessary by
Dr. ftsor sea part theft M may be required, to wage a successful
dwit the efer w mtaoedI -s
ft tale a #0 gbe fe to he w te Board at once and we have
On M0ftAt te Whie ft it R fl nat hbe grated. On the contrary we hare
tary rmg htr bs-ieag that the Board will appreciate the gravity of ths-
tMeia, as it asCkma the wbole state of Florida, and will Immediately pro-
S he taW A mMlth OMer W h the funds that he estimates he will re-
ast pun all enterprises out of the,
4eo5 ruta-must make the blger
store ineviMa e-4tM5 expense a
Latter of o s his et priets
When he Sa trla to drive Pub.
City and Audeaty as team, the
merchant has his t bof a Pb-
away. He M rieis tf picked
up by the lt, tad hiSt sent
to the "Foo* IM taIL" Ad, once
In a thou Mad Maes, lfti pens--
but not much ofteer W A at.
The merc t wh has never
taken the chance of dotg things
which require amre aWd o warage wil
remain a "small aterWhper,'" as
well as the keeper of at i store
-&nd these two things are "ot quite
the same, you must ad ait-entil he
acquires enough auda&tty to deter-
mine him to "break lobs" sad start
after the leaders.
OF MOR. OAftR.
The question is frequently asked a t
to whether former Capt. Carter will
be tried in connection with Capt.
Greene and Col. Gaynor. He tI in-
1 dicted along with thet, the charge
against him being the same as that
against them. 1'he lut m oa pre-
i vals, however that having been tried
for an offense practically the same as
that in the Indictment against him and
Mssers. Greene and Gaynor, he cannot
be tried again. I
Mr. L. Lafn Kellog, Of the 8Ita of
Kelloggs hose, who have beea rep-
resenting Messrs. Greene ana' Gaynor
since the beginning of their troubles
with the government, speaking of Mr.
Carter's cae on Saturday in New
York, is quoted by the Sun of that
city as saying: "Capt. Carter, who
was Indicted with them, is now out
ef prisma having completed the sea-
tence impoee4 by the military court.
This, however, does eot free him from
retponstblity in a civil court and as
be is included in the ladictmeat, he
can aganla be tried ant ptatshed by
the civil authortiesU, bAt is doubt-
ful if this will be doae."
The foregoings o doubt states the
situation correctly. No effort, as far
as known is being made to bring Mr.
Carter here far trial. Me is in Chi-
eago attending to a civil suit pending
* there for $600,W0O, which ts claimed
Th e is M to the a* te a ary, subject to the order of the State ty the government to be the proceeds
-B d oaf Ne hI, ta t diMthbfotent of $10,.0.00. This mney was reseed f his share of the Stvannah river
by a tax levy asA whle state a t adlUtoo to the rumns g expsesm of srnces that the nsohatmenet agains
he state hbeaMbh department it was latended for just such emergencies as him in the United States Circuit Court
the om now pres nto a menla. here will not be pressed.
The levy this kyr ar ts r tas te one-half of one mill, and the taxes Ame
ihm that levy 0 Se au iese to ome In, so that there can be no ps- the line o absolute abtree
aiHty of eve a temporary deplete of the state health funds by the appro- rtese nothg can quite each he
pristios of the *,MW. which the Nesseols contiageaey requires. heights attained by a certain nglish
IThe ht ft last p uew fever has ftri the rat, asad very properly, bee biarae. t who became the. high o, b an
under the directs of tih state health thorithw. ft ist 6 state matter, at.- f 1001!06, It was ts avariaWeit nn-
*taUg vitally r luiO I ts of the Whole state of Ftorida, and every eUite tom whe hurrying along the street to
. FIeorda is equay MIterested with every other citizen in stamping the dis- salute any T his namernos acquaInt-
...an with e b-* a touch of the bat
mea out. That Is why the funds of the State Boart of Health are raised by aM w ot-, W I w I a vl t
@-meIN taI a. edM O eat is why Pasmokla aqias to the 8tate Board st s.od sMotu .t"
Bath to use those funds vow in fghtina the yellow peril which unfortu- As high smha of a comly it o me be-
satly hos gained foothold within the a"ter of the state. cese his Inftu duty to attend the
ft matters not that the fever eats l aply in Penesenla. The prinacile Oeeation of a eddumm when, haiag
Meald be the *Ime It It w ina Jaekswvlle or Tampa or Key West or ay teen that all the prelilmisay arrange
therer town or city in the state. The state's duty would be plain, no matter a ws atw eom late, he bowed, tle-
where it ealMted or whether it was yellow fever, smallpox, Bubonic plague, cad was already over his faoee and
che tra. or any ether diease which is a menace to the health of the state aad took his leave with hie cuentmary:
the mmerce f its citinen. "tSir, I wish you a very good morn-
miescola has already spent, and v-ill continue to spend, thousanad of lg-."
deosOhrs the work of smiatonM an inspection, care of her sick and assist-
mM to te state health authorities ia their battle for control of the fever. O raM the day of ae Chine m e
11t Pma-o0 as cannot herself raise the money to prosecute the fight against invited friends W anebors or even
the infested mea uitbes aor is it her place to do it. perfect strangers are allowed to come
Brey slemt In the dety-official commercial, individual-has Implicit in and see the bride, and they1,may
aall leame In Dr. Porter and in his ability to eradicate the fever if he has make any remark about her or to her
an-klesat fnds with which to do it. What Pensaeola asks now is that Dr. they please. Sometimes things hort1bly
Ptlb he provided with the funds. The money will be spent by him, under
Ifts authority from the state board of health, and in the fight which he can
their make the dit will give him. Just as it is doing now, every possible as-
sM tance from every oWlble source and in every possible way.
This is Pensacola's position, plainly stated, saa The Journal believes
that it wObe e&aersed by every other city and every individual tax payer
in the mte.
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"ME TAMPA DAY HOTEL Charlie Hughes is wise la his age
WILL OPEN EARLY. and generation. Don't catch him gtv-i
Under the management of the Ing up a good thing with the Insurancei
Tampa Hotel Company, which has ltvestigation Committee for the clt-
tatea 4he property for Ivw years, the mera whfeb has lead so many lambs to
palatial Tampa Bay Hotel will be re- the political slaughter pen in Greater
epaewd November 11, under most far- New York.
eTable auspices. The personnel of the And now the edent wants a re-
tempa Hotel Company includes 1d- And now the Preident wants a re-
war P. Cost the well known Seaboard rm in football. Mr. Roosevelt hold
Air Line oielal, W. F. Stovall, editor take that Big Stick to the football
at OM T p Tribue, and David field with him and enforce his ideas
LMIer, a hotel manager of St. Louis. 01 restricted strenuosity.
Mr. lasmb will personally direct the Who is to be IT in the next Florida
botel an the good things that are. gubernatorial race is alresv, agitating
aid of him Indicate that he knows the the minds of several south Florida edi-
tlgm in every detail and' that he t-
rmac ant isgustug are saAd. o try
her temper a man will aay, "Fetch
your husband a cup of tea." If shbe
does so all will say Jeeingly, "What
an obedient wife you are!" It she
sulks and does not do as she is told
they remmAr: '"That I a pretty vixen
with which to begia manied lift We
cannot congratulate you en that tar-
tar," and other words to a similar ef-
feet. Then the poor thing sl made to
stand upon an inverted cup to seow
bhw small are her ftet.- Sedoir.
The Gleumal PfdA ie ur.
Mi9 Sriewe *99S,
a Total W
or an wfe o
WS mak? the Tampa Bay what it de- '9
aern to be--the cmrown-jewel of the Washington houses were not construct- NAl V
be-1-at array of Florida winter ho- s e. with a view to accommodating
1. "Hoosier statesmen of the Fairbank i The folkwing figures show The Pe-
The public will be interested o build. sacola Journals circulate n for each
w tht the Tam Ray w'1 o'n u" cLay during the month of Septemaber
ow that the Tampa Bay will opn05. with the average number of
November 11. two months in advance "AUDACITY-AUDACITY AGAIN-- copies aily:
of the usual win-er season. The obhji c AND AUDACITY ALWAYS!" Sept. 1, 5,000 S-pt 16, 5,
beIng to accommodate the visitors to TS e Sept. 2, 5000 Sept. 17, 5,550
Tampa during he ridra State Fai:, .~T ?r ae.ne on ec to describe Spt* 3, 5,200 Sept 18,
ama dr he d Sahe (harao'e-- and ne'!)-is of tthe, It 4. ... Sept. 19, 5,30
which occurs Noven-:b 130. men who d-recteld thr Fr.nch Revolu- se:t. 5, 5,000 Se't. 20, 30
. .io. ',n has Ken niadt int! a pretty well-, Sept. 6, 5,000 Sept. 21, 5,250
("Preident McCurd' ps statement that 'i,:: C. ; c. p ,can b0siress e. p 7. 5,200 Set 22, 5
the Nutua lA-fe is a benerolint insti- ma nuir Eir.pans g!;v i- p s the creed sept. 8, 5,200 Sept. 23, 5,225s
tution is liar.' :n .:' -rd wirth the fact ,( the Aner c.an Cap'ain of I'lus-'. pt. 9, 5.200 Sep. 24, 560
that the Repru)ican campaign commit- tr ept. 10, 5,500 Sept. 25, .....
S. among ourselv-,. when a'mer- ~.t 11, .... Sept. a
tee received something Ike ?$90,00 chant raise. a little.trade commo(ioa pt. 12, 5,300 Sept. 27 ,So
itoa it for campaign purposes Th' -when he turns a dull ,r normal sea- sept. 13. 5,300 Sept. 28, 5,290
Q. 0. P. can hardly bw classed as an son into a busy and profbtabie one. -ept. 14, 5,800 Sept. 29 5,250
object of charti through a spurt of enterprise, making ept. 15, 5,300 Sept. 30, 5.25
an "over-stock' of goods vanish in Total for the month..... ..1ao
Vice-Presidenw Fa.rlanks has dti'-. "'Ji-tinme." all through & surprising Average per day........ .. SA
and unexpected campaign of newspa-! I hereby certify that ta above
ed to move, his present domicile being per advertising, his competitors mere- .a' t is corn t acordia to the
eat..y too small to accommodate ly remark that "he's got hisa erve words on Aie In this o fola
ig*. ht a standing posure Mr. Plir- with him!" and begin to form quiet FRED A. WIft ,
ats ma get along with small floor I plkns for making his "spurt" look CIreeItem Rgr.
li hxtl eouh a-d,,o Sworn to Bd itbftCrtbed b rw me
S the celin is high enough and But they realize that "Audacity," th o30th day of Septembw, 1
VwiM in a recumbent attitude a long. yoked with Publicity, must be their J. P.
asarrw room woula' do, but evidently chief reliance; that this pair of forces Notary PubE.
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NEWS AN VIEW'
FROM STATE PAPERS. *
A Peculiar !P th
Mr. Dantel Oray of Bailey went to
St. Joe last wek for an outing. Whtl'.
others of the parnt were out fishing
Saturday, leaving Mr. Gray in front of
the house smoking, returned at 12
o'clock Mr Gray ad the yoke of steers
were gone and they supposed he was
hunting the Oxen. A hunt was made
for hirm and Sunday evening only a
short distance from the house in a hol-
lpw the oxen Were found tied' and Mr.
Gray lyinS down under a tree with his
hat over his face. It Is thought he
died a natural death, but, a coroner
was -nL for to examine into the case.
I * *
Whatever estimate the public may
place upon Mr. Iawson's contributions
to.the snim total of buman knowledge,
it cannot be said that Tom overstateQ
the case in respect to the big insur.
ance companies.--Levy Times-Demo-
Clear of Political Scandal.
Florida is nearer clear of political
scandal today than it has been in years
and to Gov. Napo~eon Broward a good
share of the credit is due. We have
in the noble gentleman a noble chi'f
and one who is serving thie interests of
the common class, the majority of
whose votes elected him. He is doing
J st what.he.promised'us he would do
and this is sayaig more than we coul6
truthfully say of a goodly number of
his predecessors.-Orlando Star.
All Come to Ferida*.
Tom Watson has bought him a mag-
nifleent winter home ia Florida. All
the sure ~o0gh celebrities come to
Florida sooner or lter.-4Madison New
Quarantine MAtset .
Little intelligehoe Is required of the
person who occupies the position of
state healA ocer of Arkansas, as ex-
hibited by his order that 'eorida or-
anges catbet be shipped into that
state, befae yellow fever exists at
GemerallsU in matters concerning the
public health the ignorance and in-
competency et those intrusted with thb
duty of saMl-td is & continuous Itl61
9f a aiviia peop." ConIlrmatlon of
this aisin can be gained by travel
through the states which now have
quaranta Ihles la OIs t.
After rvalo g the gauntlet of health
hffetiatoripaed up With arrognega
and a0theuty, bnt devl of common
emse, t Is ian eperimseee far from
pleasant, and a source of wouer
hbthegh -wht. cl-roenanoes aany
quarantit- ,Sarab owe their appoinat-
Nakuragllia qax-*'nUte is an annoy-
ance to the traveling public, but there
t nq reas why its unpleasant feat-
ures hold be increased by Incivility
and ignorame of those chosen to- en-
three. thlhe al, -ith' deerees-Areadia'
A exchange as an argument against
the nftin4ig of candidates for governor
so far in Hdvance of the time for open-
ing th'e campaign cites the possibility
that some of those suggested might die
before thq time for the election. Some
of those whose names have been sug-
gestqd aem already dead, politically.-
Plant City Courier.
Money to Burn.
Tom Watson, Georgia's standing pop-
utist candidate for president of the
United ,States has purchased a Florida
home in the southern part of the
state. Just shows the money these
defeated presidential candidates have
to spare.--Quincy Times.
NEW HOPE LODGE,
K. OF AP, CHIPLEY.
Chipley, Oct. 11.-There wil be a,
meeting of New Hope Lodge, No. 77,
Chipley, Fla., at their Castle Hall on
PFriany night, October 13, when busi-
ness of Importance pertaining to the
district meeting to be held in Chipley
October 24 wiM be taken up and dis-
welr burned together and the ashes
thrown into the air.
The similar punishment meted out
to Servyts at Geneea boauee 4 bi
book "n the Rstitutlon of Chrltlani
ty" is hitoricaL By a Sfiniseat of
cruelty the brow of me O bawhp suth
was amdoed wb a crows aof sett
sprinkle with bAtsta% sad new.
niost ft gts were pufpesy tt tin
order to prolon hie stto
Antmldk Palearles. an ItfBan g
tchot .rttbe istosath cemuw" ; atf
Audadty to wtt a be* attetW a tSe
iuquat e t i e was isWie to be
"bangd, strangled ad ai"raW." Joe
dane *sro, the frlad On d r 1fhiUt
SOleT, Was panishbed i Iste Mamet
for havigs written a boa oaIttm "'
Nt#eSen at the Tri-_m1 Ita bst."
A sherry fate befell Jg& W*Uate
who' fboolehly sent two gabmplN of
spring ot to King ; aL
For safty the anh poet Inclaose
the verses in an iron b Ib, ad James,
who always* feared mask hination, jumip
ed to the conclusion that the latter con-
tained some sort of aa lateral ma-
WheA the real nature of the contents
came to Itght the timorous monarch
add his coumselors became the laeuging
stoek of England, and James nl revenge
caused the unfortunate Williams to be
hanged, drawn and quartered.-New
amr e4e arr*l MS 1Ua'i m.
Early writers tell of wonderful ml-
gratien of American gray squires,
Which must have arisen from the rapid
increase end consequent everetitding
of a locality. Thosast this speees
would start olk i a regular army, all
moving in the same drectleoa ad with
considerable rapidity. Although tmee
little animals have an extreme aver-
sion to water and do not excel es swim-
mers, yet whenever a water eC oTe, me
matter what width, barred thbir prog-
resa they woald not heitat tfor an Ie-
stant hbut plunge il andt *Sr O do
perately lor the eppeelt Io selt igt
"pon anything It the way ft fatitng
sticks or chips to assist them aIn the
passage. Unless the river was very
narrow by far the smaller peftestap
of the band reached the tatther* t,
the rest .becoming exhAusted and
drowning. These anles ever seemeS
to reach any detination, but goudually
their numbers would deerame bFr death
frn drewvlng and other hardlips uo-
THE TRANSMISSION OF.
YELLOW FE VEB AND
HOW TO NURSB IT
At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held AUg4us 12, 1903,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibility
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons eftruatad with the car6
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
the mode o8 transmission of thl disease by the tmosquito."
A brief synopsis of the eieleattry fets connected with yellow feter
prophylaxis and a statement of the aurse' s sanitary duties In this disease
which he had utiliel IS his teatbt,, and submitted to the society are pub-
lished for the benefit of The JOurnal's readers as tfOlows:
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF ED~CAOTIOAL VALUI.
1. Yelow fever mty be deAfed as an acate hteetieua, febrile disease
which t transmitted from the sick to suseeptible lnadvlidals through the
agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Ste -
omyla Faselata. whloh is the common domeatce of cistra Iosubto at ) O*w
Orleans, and in fact of all the loealti s In which yellow fever prevails.
3. The germ or transmissible oetpbn of yellow fer exists in the bled
of yellow feYvr patients only daurW g the arst there days of the disease; after-
wards the parent caees to be a timace to tihe health of othetf. tke the
importance of reeordina the very r when t0 attak flrst be"ga.
s. the m asqulto (stetat aei la a=Iwertoa tb convey the ew
ease to a ueewphtie pet by bi te ftW at km tuiVe day7 havh elase d
after la the yeow fever pe This e of. aabetlon In the mo.
quite is the time that is te retired ti the gern of he -deasea to bred in the
body of th* Mequi and to mirat* from the eext' stomach to It* .te an
glands. The latted States Ary eltow Pever ommulo toad a isa~ ,
that ina Caha-tits period vlrie twelve4ys, the hot sam wr t t,
to elghtegef* and ovw, n the coolr wVat* *B&*L
4. Atw ansmte ste the y w tW germ atts hWy dariag the peteDO
est it the kawm be doaod; more accSteiy. two p de a. o to Yfa,
oarte at space Is estimated by sanitAry authorities; at
insect powder-.to 1 0 cubic feet will Puiee to stupify the *ta esu es.-
awe l fall to the floor and should be collected 4 hb Wr T
,ag atit with rlphur' s quite suaflctent in ordinary eases.
fames o will not remain at l and household AaMesit s
about the Mom till dbaitish their tmpteesactness.
Tile wUoW s b41d be done in the moretng, so that the rooM ti
free of 94 by light, and it should be done preferably in dry waethr. er
ove tthe S3ixl*ba 5 the patient will permit, a room adile g#
occupied by the patet should be first purifed of mosquitoes sad
the re.et of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred JtZt d
feted a a& earuy as psible after the fourth day. .
The Mlt oaf dsaftosa and mosquito dtruction as well S
I i "ew eo tvdled by tW e Health Authrolties,. Ibledflaely after
the attwin OWM Miea. But in Isolated locaities or vwhae t i-
ing sanitary reMf WS eav abld the pbhician and n .rse Wli, R
members o tfe h ld in applying the pretcribed reiMlz o .
Addi t Wd pe MSotlinss in sulphur fibmigaton, recoBumme*dMj a*
Auhdor son f ore et sanitation la New Orleans t tn
epidemic: h s
Remove *l ornameants of metal, such as brass, p,
ft theM rooa that Is to be fumigated. All object s X a m.J
whie asanoth.e regtoved, can be protected by covderan t S g
with OiNer, W ith a thin coating of vasel!ne applied t a -t
ItMie fP tOhA f'ftm to be fumigated all fabric mzfrM BUT s awb.
ouagly Ahikidn. M all drawers and doors of furniture a M !
The r9 ~oohoI be closed and made as tight as pooitbe b* b4 nnnsaad
openings In chimney, Ioor, walls, keyholes and eraefts wa '
rvitess cal be ta8bd by pasting strips of paper tgd SOWe98p& ) *e
tha with a patdaed 0f four.
TM uLpW bho be placed is as nron pot. ant Pfsudi t 4
thi$ tbit *abIlelft a tab or other convenient water about
aaseh f steriathe bettoem. This Is a procaui S C e take" to
gWrd g*$IM asides, the sulphur is ilable to l t re t
The W W SWduly IWWigted by s prink ing algc 9 -guag .
Sl MM i Mis Mbe ket elgosed for two. e S
as *e eetests of the as lede 0
the to*hgO d this total by the ob
o tf faWlI OApSI O th ea r o o m s b
60 E FATAL OOK*.
eeasate w Ot te w-o*le tes.
In 1869 an kastraua pamphletat
named TOWli Was set at Grat nto
writing aad publishing a book rdlea.
Ing on the goad faith of COnt Buol
the foreign minister. The work was
publIsed at 9 O'clock i& the motning
at 10 It was ordered to ba suppressed
half an hour I -ter th-t41Iltppy author
was beitg tried by mus court
martial, and before noon he had beei
pronouweed guilty a6A detected.
Napoleon gave equally short sarift t;
writers who offended him. shootow
some and hanging others with sc-arel
even the form of trial. Oak of thi
most notorious of these Judicial m ur
ders was that perpetrated at the ex
pense of poor Palm, a Nurnberg pub
Hsher," who was shot because he re
fused to give up the bale of the au
thor of a book attacking the usurper
Later the Bourboes had troeblesom
authors quietly "removed" by hired
assassins. After this fashion died th<
girted Paul (ourier, whose foul murder
on April 10, 182,, aroued to fury al
lovers of liberty.
Edward Kelly, the friend and eham
plon of Dr. D)e, had his ears cut 6ff al
Manchester for writing in defense of
that notorious magician.
Daniel Defoe narrowly escaped a
similar fate f his "Shrt Way With
the Diseanters," and. as it was, be wai
three times stood in the pillory bevldei
suffering all the horrors theb nicldental
to a long imprisonment in Newgate. .
Urban Grandlr because he offended
the mighty Richelien In a booe entitled
"The Ahoemaker of Loudun" was burn.
Simon Meats is 164T p.wished I
Paris a little work called '"theg01ts.
For a deaeg he wa setened to per
form public-penaace la his shirt, with
a rope round his neck atd A torch in
his hand. Afterwatr he and his book
above a*, the goeyla is r" to transmit the disease darn. the
ntei| SJ ut natural Uft, whll6 uy extend over 154 days, provided the
Sl to waste. ((Oulttm ) Walter Reed was able to inaeeMlate
yew v h ateomyla flftyt days old. Gaiteras with saet be
M101 daOy l. Iote-A.ccrding to Agramonte, Stemomyla Faselata in Mavana
s ea Wmt l zed to bite uatil four days old. With us. la Louisiana ay
D tu Kwithout coaxing within twenty-four hours after emaeglig from
the po ~.W It Was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steo
omana s iK tbe inapgmgated before they will bite; (3) that the female. after
ge e, s a e appear to bite a second time, or at Imst until five or
seven aI v .-elopesd; but Dupree says that the 8tebomylas I Louislana
that have-n olated and reared apart from the males will bwte promptly
and frs, t0.. Pftbpy after they have digested their blood meal, and. like
' Anopheles, PwItOi e to five days after.I
6. A period. varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bite
t of as kdfeted mosquito before the symptoms of yellow lever will develop a1
r t he t subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow lever, sad the
t. i e Shtate Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thrteen cakeS
i of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosttitoe It varied
a from fort y-e hboors to five days and seventeen hours, after lanosalatiot.)
6. Pron'the above, we gather that If an aduft Stegomyla Faaciata bites
Sa yellow ftver patient within the frs;, tree days of the disease, it will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (icuabftloo
r nerid in the'meeteito): then. if it bites a susceptible person at the li rsw
teaof-ti time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manif*o it.
a tat the btted person. Therefore, taestimatlng the probable spread 61
yjilow tj.werfroi a single individual to the susceptible persons in his envtr. 4
a meant, a perit of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elpse es@
g the sueseax or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the de*.
y trfctios of the moequito. can be determined. In view of the fact that several
* ays -May ealpee before a mosquito infected from the first ca may bite a
suseeptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
days, wMi ito the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in t0e
Spent 0pi ic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case
" after its i t appearance in a given locality.
S t. T'te mte~.tyla 'asclata cannot convey yellow freer during the time
- that the poisoa it hacubiting in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma/
. bite freely and repeatedly during fhis period, but Its bite to inasecous: neither
e does its bite within this period confer any immnuaty to the bitten person.
d A. YTello fever IB not transmitted or conveyed by feittes (1. e. articles
e or inanhatte objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their I medlate itrroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing. bedlng t
Sor merehandils supposedly soiled or contaminated by eaUet or proxaitp
with the sckto, I unnecessary.
9. teW bodies or adavera of the dead from yellow fever are Ineapable of
- tranmintting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
t the disease (a rare becurrence): and then only If mosquitoes are allowed to
f bite the body before decom position has set in.
10. There I no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the blaell
is veit. evetlotar, or other eteretions of yellow fever patients.
11. Ana ttact o yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite oa the
s Stegomyua, efets Immunialty against subsequent attacks of the disease.
Sout of the Trined Nurse.
NEW DUTIES ANr RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINS
I NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER. IN CON.
1. SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS. 4
1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yell ,
| fever In the light t present, accepted, knowledge unless she realdis Mfly,
earnestly. and ete sly, that the disease is transmitted solely by 0M4
* qultoes. ax that it Is her duty to prevent the admisales of these iasea to
the satk rtee saa to destroy them promptly if they should fad their wy
r 2. Tat as the tefeparble attendant at the bedside of the patiMat
Smaust cooperate withthe physician in the discharge of his fnctithe 8 as 411 0
dia of the public health. The trained nuMe is this capacity becomiag die.
t h ate aggt eeleet ad importat sanitary aatt nl prevelUag the pi
Sof ye"Ww eW in siafted lcalities. Upos her ittellHed oeue |
the IWOde i0o trsp i f this d4sease, her personal MOy (it sMe ft all
SAmm- an hop) atectieit of te ally and the Uatre hoasehol a
the patteat, (eepedaly If t te are et immune) largely.tf ont eatirel
'. d ids.
3.. .vry aurse must bear is mtad that th met mpolamt y~eO fsw
patient I st-e u f -- absolutely bartlese to eve n mea tM M f to
mat4mmuna if tUe proper preastams are takes tb preve t 4ep Ma6 O
sqogtadesse th atlet's es a.
4. The grate d o( peo aal eoatet sd U M o
foree be m"Vait4f ted betWyetw feer i ta t
re armt sad ttbvid tI ie1 t. tt mmtau
during the ,rSt Ut C4s the I-e. A Is a Mil
6. T Me atl"t et a Iried a trIt l aefh i m Ii
hpats ma e99ratf t e e r, wi .i wt
?enr ormaUtt b eeW her earWt 1 tMi 0 4 0be ne- IW S
ven It feer Is to
d t hofIsfel Us fI it. e.
7 b. Mo ates oa Noen ian4ne t ne t ha t t he u m = er A* e
patient. bey it in OWppt ct with the setin g.
3. pV ent at hamtionas shW ld be made nto se that there tarf s t eO
7. to atta smUld be well tcend in to kep the aasqe gta IM i
lb meost s are foad within the setting they shesM b e aue
side, not merely dtrnn or shakes ,.s,
6. ll netASt s of fever a should be promptly fpte te te .
awaiting ho i tire _sha pd be overed withl a_ negbo tar. r Ills _Is
ticularly bty i i&a tatg with maid fevers, ese ly Is ,
itet tie 6ac m i1o4ld bur in fantile and earey laldhoad that -
sidae tto mee d it o estaton. The l r teed e
thie r a[, the most dano erea, frm a sanitary palnt of viw.
6. All osa ee ao to the sick chapter should be acresesi. Outsdee
of hospitih Wire scirHes are not usually available fad proviissenl ag. Nn
aeg beaS4 ed bobbiast or heesw cloth, which can be tasked e, otheoewB
secured to tbe e l5iin~ of the sick room.
Itbm #S tSti with sulphur or pyretharum (taseet a e to t o '*
e .t[ aas early asF possible after the M_ d- e -.,
seceto fh a ratiais of tolors. Tr .ou. In an roo.m.
i b i aft irot 9 is the surest way, and if used Is pug.AA
*agg f ixr fabrc oreoos. he pounds la aa Hk AA iastoM
- N- yliI TYbP1
.*'f. +.; -'* :. :--
JOUNsAL, THURSDAY *OMMre, OCT6ObER 1, 1900
.~ .r-s V. -
TRIMSI4M..iWAW& ........... WTE
There an plenty of adveeture to
I^ M be round to p0et0g aphlag s Iar7t po W-7utJI p om the blood for nouns
lil. INLwaves of the OWV.T. J. Me a is ital streamoflifebeco
tasraofeb Hihgnshman, oels e.some o-Uw erihed toenter. o oe ca be w
Iipi, erienees in getting blood i r t i ral with health
a'rW1 rt kind on the stormy coast at the Sllly plexion beem plea aw, Sa ergies areat a loweb
basinds. He says: "One caonmover trust srram a eattack4dw Ui of health. Thesyst
the sea for a moument Omce I was ened&M aunabe treistthe difte ad disorders that areosta
standingg with my lack to a cliff oi nag it. The Iweraaidaeys, iItg to receive the properstim
the top of which was a friend, whoe nourishment o the blood, gw active and dull, ad the w
Outstretched hands I could just reach. and bodily i putka sholdpa of through thee chanel
After watching the sea for solm time am left in the system to poducj Tatism, Catarrh, Soe a
fn 6m t Seing DOne by the breaking at sate distance, I tuanda Ski n Diseases or sne other blood disorder. When the blood 1i.
Smy back on It for one moment reac ee on diseased onemo to recondition t should be treated with a medy
Dove Brand Is pur,ewo-moimnw and dAh-, M M nSectOCS up to my friend for a fresh aikP slide. oaly thorough but gte in itsetis. & ., pml eta
S nade =oFthe fiAt maltand imported hop. Fatal movement-as fatal as taking made of roots, herbs and bark, is just what is needed. toto
It is ag wW monthto rent ailoUane City. one's eyes from a crouching tiger-for the blood of all impurities ad poison, and eariches and strugt
and is i te"sd beyond poss00bility f m no sooner had I turned my head than gently build up the entire system
Life. No pUrr, more bsp'm4fie* be cb be a wave darted in and crashed with ter. tomic effect. 8. S. S. ia
W hfor ths homel, for all tings and pcniC, The volunteer sanitary inspectors riflc force on to my back. I was atbo- berofthe body, givesto.e ad vigorti
11 w A always aU for n .G e aeoompliahbia excellent results in lately flattened against the rock, all and as it goes to the different
a u b su Sout the daily howne to house canvass be- breath and feeling were knocked frotm bat health Uad strength. 8.
W-- __ n ina made in the c-ty. Each citizen is my body, while my camera was msh- PUBELY VE1ETABLE promptly ldiT br .mst_
r WK ,Ghb Bi -.WING CM0 Hdetailed or a certat number of blocks ed to smithereens. Bruised lC.U Pmedicine. It cures RhematiS Cat
nea N VI r his res cana makes an ing, I could only totter home to bed, and Ulce, Sk i Die ad all other blood disorders, ad cues
pection o all the house tin t that dis- and two days were passed before I maeutlyT. Our Medical Dd t t will be fAd to
t .r -plerpa Yesterday there were was fit to venture out aganl. chae to all rig with blood or skin dis Add
a number of ew &pto rs appolint- "Then there was another ad.ve- 7
Sed, and the full list is now as follows: tare," says Mr. Mortimer again. "eans- .
P. M. Williams, blocks 201, 202, 203, ed bj a rope man who was too eare.
PETER BELL DISTRIBUTER, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. 204, 20, New City., less. He had lowered me down a nar-
S .. Ben H. Thomas blocks 7, 8, 20,. row crevice, a chimney,' as It is called, H. L. COV2INTON, Prestdeit M. e. CLARK. .su--
Sock whichcity. and having seen me safely come to C. W. LAMAR, Vke-Prelsea JNO. PrEIFFER. Aest. C
Ht. Be. Newm lock which thground at the bottom he almly s threw 00,000
SB IISA 1 ME a STAO REQUEST AN AIS othen Hotel Is localmberted, b.ocp 45 ow t no n e oar, C
t lW.I O 0TaylorRks84 and 106 Do never thinking that he might be re-m rmm
ASK D M0 LP H&JohL c. oLStilan, block38which he lqured to haul me up aain ofte | "
not e a new case of eert Addition glance at the sea told me that I we da
Nells-McKiumle (lrting, block 223. a most dangerous poesion. The t DESIGNATED O[ rroRY OV UNITUD ST
CI S .... I.T.. -- 3 ........Swa sb 0 l ock N oming i 3and5w would o be Cpl 4, OOO
CI..T IZENqS COMMITT-[[ EEiXNIiC he& -, Cobs 35 and 44 Bel- welling up the chimney, and only by
R DTY T PAN Har writed pVnt THr. ty- pa hd^ ocs 5A.l, block 14, Belont oaflt atg Ihot was Il. a
Smoeuiltoes wI l not bit s t was 4OeeraOy OgreOR that b-t ,Er WeatWorth block r Belont oohd fa te bae a e, .e .
L- 3- -. t. X if o ao r u m,b b lo ts 4 3 a n d 4 4 i a l d -e tip I w h ri c h ao d am t h erd w a - " -- -
SJ I. Ct Xoe bblokl lN which he lives, lmb a ed b o. e w- .. i
Sr... ~ alt L ella, blok in which Stratto et tar kind. U1 Ichimney n w iTs "-Mf e, -T.
not have a new case of fever e tos te de ThCitik committee held a st-e Works I b. t, hOt et. atsaIt of ipt ether m r ta da W
- '9 W ZENS DOvopIa theiy. tec tLewis, block 44 New City. o getting to the top. C.w
- STa h h om O p ir teI etg at the ty hall yesterday to dis- Tho.Wheton, b lock In woh he. "Another time the promp.i t at | . .
... ...^ An old fsherma who Claim to cuss the lever situation. M ..r.Ue.. ,n -, t, ve, ,, ,.
TOaW, DUTY ,= .yA have tried an expetme t tr thirty- pded and the sub w W.. dJ blck14, Belmot as. val-b, ,_t,5 p.sho, Ase ea&edI tryin grnto.'ave ey'ift .-
SuSts I T fivey nears writes me from Texas thato length by nearly every Sn .ees t. o. Vi eed, t Jo block seo e p anu .e .at e tws pt
Mosquitoes will not bite on&rUndoeit wa geberally .reed that b te- e. WentWorth, block hBelmontgraphing f base at a -
WaIss,%O. meaio THE AMRRI- a dOe It it.busbeen baited Isa tg@ pmsue couldbe a&d& 1s the Addtw the top of which stoM dmf. h .
strog. O T solution n of alum. This em ht "Wasit yellow fr with-t d- "T. Uiwp, block 87, Now City. Mgtheerope to which I was aK. .-Fee --
A *o be a very cheep remdy If It Istlonal futNs c1a it was l eaiy 1. D.A. s ttNger, blocks 2 Along isamf a to wave that would
0PRA ,I aorfective. I shell be gdto have sth eiaremn that the cit yof m, ola block eaft erelmbont Adct1on. have made a mtgnificent study. While 715MtW.aI
citi s tk are wirr to apt erth. r' r. r rsetgon t J bt. tn cLell block In which he was yet far distant a d ,
Should be well destroy the dr e to carry on the work mas t aole ,_. ,. tusto It eltbe on wtmd oe mige, i tl P-wav l T
th*M~~qutoee An your bu eversht. cee a .l vs2.aG ove hnameeds.f he atu ofIerto oeIa oaty *oAi.&i tt ma Al Tm M. m lne i S O l a
siti meSaeto bre o a. is my t Ae om lIshedep ChmanW.X aoJ. C .n t tm rlenepected 2 blocks west of and ,wbe I was stopas over m
artim o rt the ad effectively by puin, Into the exec tve o .mttee hav a bienoer aa ad bar-e thi t s on tome WO wi a ert F i t
S am itrMou W the aosealto c se rt yites ewiry da t c eotan, P. L To3 W. B. maeltSo.he tre blockss (noas waN rting, heaved amy erad sii Nto Ba s
tee n te -r r esei thc tea ebooe. aly objection tha Writo.H. Th k and J. R n noth.s Alocy I had at he oee to let go my howI ab to tav e o
m lis SeolS ae t the 41tSe -hai ngta g im sF6 I1as, it 1 sinMall s blockt nwh an he"a s ry a
V51 ardtoa vastp. ebere apon thie s oer I kno w o beer &tae bVu bt esthaeion < p h ties, 191thelalh a c el street.
r fthat fl be or so.n ths mrters frhat W0 raised o eWalkerAndero blocks 10, 11, 19 roll quietly In, break wftl a greattat- h dIC..
a 10 .the ity have n e I efok as I have used th es r-medyvebwowe reqieone- .Ofe .-d0. h lm redditio tct of foami aas 4tly as O t.
h. E.R t e aosaoa much-a for om t or oTmoney oould however, be not A u l wr eoo ks 2 and 12, Old with e allm a< mtV 91l 9
ttof e t0 1 sdtlb DOWottrighting the verworth of your simply In- I one typhaal coom ff the ne d ew e m.e l
14 slo ea etalOr-1. exepte In na few tstances its the dea- tra emy- h .f oftu l toxey hoesned Be Ribbont Lemon. Encanei. o tow It.a moves cad hs jet..*
c a r et e hobeng a 1, p the aft. ri Tto acept vste dll L Twa 12, Old City.er bea g s tf .wasc be.i. Gown.. eao
te iaa they then become in- the deptrtction e the mosquatoesfe ud iothat ldr a, explrlence, has been done I oumyea be doae, e d i 11 VT.
aSted.w the inosqaatees In and ask yon to also oil all poet- of 1,es tb recoon2 NE GR OT l Db deluOT ll H ^ -------- --
b e o rtae awle water about yoer %laces aendm to almo w t'hs a u oud reureso ni a w It may beA for instaIce, that ted e e |
obe wta I the eedo s see instruction no water to basome stagnant in euo for th is thati hey sow there sano meti4 ode4 la onestion sred her T |
UMh ato o rog S tWe1" or rIte di.ine HOat. mat wthial we4 0 ,0t. 00 tothler In a sn eE e0 Y CO TT wsgan ~V .Wfsg4w. sr n AS "K o Sm f
M b -A wtt was owr td may be ableng teo t e ..Ioour..iYoenThere is not thee.t 'A mm - or the lep onaepts of such ta family o a
bek ft. Ow ead*veryPesonInhundredsoplaue in a very t short timh un no baner co cols e wa i te day habit of pep TE PofPL BAtK O NSC
the t iostly on aoth toward e ma Very cerely t is d. y t ptto one or another rtd w. i 'mo a y"4, 6. W. I-t nun R5 7 *
.saoteer before fost, and that is Ct H^. BIT. al r~sft. THEY DENOUNCE JIM CROW LAW oMS. When durng her sbequent w. A A. Jen
4tuu]mt oesof the disease,wh klem bses orP pi where n=a mdshatC. C. 34m a.-,.I twknow60rt
'e4tuo y 6 a O Ms"e their Own -made Athe s-md .W -- a p peregrinations she codaedds to tTANeACTS A ANNMBeA l B
Sat least the Inuted oes. Ifwo have oratoto. CARqtoe W THA tW UT MAKE-o N RECOMMENOA- minister t e my modest home etnre of wO I0 irT W ts Om
=i12 8will d r part fwthEea UNDEtG UtARITE C ant ar& tlongIn T. mayor has had nes t badges brsnty, combd WetitI t ave y-
erm so ar hiet O so kindly .dt darte the IB AoAINT RtN tary arithmetic she could add a th
I B I I chartered by the Ourt Transit Cors- g may be geometry and trigonometry and then a
Sade er ient the se months al October aOnd No- on tRt WriAeDt TO t oa ,r tfttt norent- aed integral eatolu m whsn aan als a.INydte'
II _pepl. Is the I tthey that It kills pt planow s I i RoIAN RAILWAYw o me "Itin .udec s o allneowcamt sickness to Dr my niqe c b leo"ip mya sDoWAnart A
w Ie tl teve .]rom the tupon .t o u y Asoctmed Pre. resolutions were adopted i If ten perons reire ntwety p | tuft cm t l as o
esbeen k- their plant ora due Otober MoMcowOct. 11 -The strke of tao to th e Jim Crow ordinance which goes tatoes by the sme rtio of allotment No at street. T
g he the with the fe~r on them from tne room or keep the liqu a d.W. The reporting of now cases is the 01d haen tdsinred" n
Owns w illmoe. rpartthe wide- &wa n from thbill.IThe liquid IS ndti A Ju m to te Ils Ty work of tke-, special inspectors. Th eN- sometimes alre my-
pI walk .11 0over thal stingpat**aresreshingae d orDstthem.-,
15. tory workers continues to spread and into effect today: three persons mignt D satisneo wd as ew t-h a I Phee .
at lt o5 ag s" M A woMl For Harre-Nessleld, due October the workshops of the Brest Railway Resolutions. six.... __......__--_
a h 1B Of uvoe, and oth. 20: lolanthe, (or substitute) due No. are now involved. The railway shops Whereas, the City Council did in its I suggest six potatoes, a modest and
teMt tr1lM mih d sver b member 15. are cordoned by troops. last regular meeting pass the iniquiti- satisfying half dozen. The arbiter of i .
Ult .*.ui O For Manchester--Saturnlna, due ous Jim Crow car ordinance over the fate replies, -Yon see, ma'am, rve al.
J Mo--" 'M t-ak"f' a OFober 14. Dunkirk-N. mayor's veto, way been accustomed .'to cookidr RimV(l m -- ----
S, For Dunkirk- Nessfield, due Octo. FIT8 MANY. Whereas, the said council knew that twenty." And twenty it ls-Marths IIUIiU I ...
GA o M U e ber o;: lolanthe, (or substitute) due --- the Avery Jim Crow law was declared Baker Doun in Atlantic. Notie of Aplatio- -for
i November 15. To Leave Off Coffee and Use Postum. null and void by the supreme court of u s D. W. wNe-ma. Ws W .
For Runcorn-Saturnin, due Octo- Postm Coffee shows its great nour. the state of Florida. spectfully submitted. Rev. C. Y. Dor- On October 16, I will move a stock s trading and doi
HAMLINS b,,r 14. .. Fishing power in many ways Whereas, the ordinance as it now roh, Rev. J. B. Lake, Re. L. B. Croom, of groceries and feed stu from co- the Arm name of D. W. i
S LT orr Bremen--atmsu. due October "sI aS nursing my baby six -onths stas discriminates against a certain Rev. J. T. Mason. Ministers concur- nar 10th Ave. and 14,h streets, t have flew' with the Bear,
o Spre due Noember undand coee did not e privileges to one class denied to the Beliner Rev. Honby, Rev of Dais and Lloyd tret. oda ther appca
For Genoa-Terea, due Novemberwith me. I grew nervous and weak other. Richar son, R4ev Jones, Rev. Beverly, Will keep a fll and compete stock el liuors wies al b
II / For Genoa-Tre, due November my appetite wa not good, and b Whereas, te ordinance aims oirect- Rv. Massey. Rev. Holt. of fancy and staple groceries ad feed distIt 12 of said coaty
eWIZ A R D Ov I 1 .. due. baby was cro td freta. Ho ly at the negro and excludes the Ital- stuffs. Thankin my feni and .. any cyitisen .f .l
SFr Venice-Terees. due Novemb-r, didn't seem to gt proper nourish. i-ns, the Greeks, te Chine.e and other -..... towers tor pat taw- 1 --eci-tful-.y ,how caa t my
mAed as a gargle, and extn.rtall nient from my milk, and friends said: nationalities. One bottle o soll a contin ae Call t meeti of tha d
ea th throat, is a Marvelous rn 7-You must wean him,,te is starring.' Whereas, the negro as a peaceful 0the Btters and get prices before purchbala el en Tuesday, the 5th day of
_:fr mt I &VPAP /
Sast on ithe advice of a friend, I be- Be it resolved, That we. the minis- the only medi- 0, N. WUIIN. cambl Coty ld. oaMeu.
A--- fai,. ,an ----o.m ..... Po_-m Cree. --+ I u-- terms, asembled do denounce the said cine you need A.m..d, D Cl,--
Special to The Journal. truly "y nat te effectt was wonder- ,.. discriminative an. .. care .to.. cFar e 12octoaw4w.
tysIfHe Wn7 Ow a,- ANcock (ct. 11-Death has ended ful' Both baby and I began to ai.,tclass legislation. ..... AGa .... .... .
St ITe n h rtner oesolein, 'at we reestigiitiest Inu
No.: "I am Bier e i t 6, suff. Tr., of another victim of th'o rove in appetite. spirits and flesh in-the saidrla.w,.acThaon ea es i t's AT WiTE Ssuhbt County CiM
r for the great god which first a' h! stcade of the Arcockl medriately In three months my boy ,he sald ,a a d tl upo n eac5 Cti- Dyspepls WHITIKM S R AIT. tat of Florl.. .C__a
,,ibax Oi n nd d m wif p.uob,: o. Two more are expect weigh d 20 pounds and be Is as good .. o SinSSC tetR AMN A -A WaLdell vs. Cares He th
IWe suffered from Teoat tTr bf." o a baby a, a mother could wish to W further recomm- o CRAMe dAO ADMLY. l On Moda Ie 4t
o --ak of Engine No. I will neecs-have. My drinking Postum did it. h-mlfuortthersrecesedlyaltirm er A. D.s, ll the
Sa year, mad tho h sh e d itae a a ta down of the mill for sev- "I cannot recommend Postum d pl. deport themselves as lo citien s or a C. Charles R.a-ags W.d--,
red a"d doctaimL, so di era di' s. or until Mr. Ed Aycock ar- Coffee too highly to nursing mothers., and Use their own discretion about rid- Try it to-da. We Will not be r a to appear o the bl I
he w good, until se triedB -ri ves with a new engine, which has It i s better in flavor than the o ag until furtherconsideration.- R.- fT U."0 TryItoto-daawewilw er tol. a
i1...t WIt d already been purchased and is en coffee and is is tfxr superior In *akt* ..... . Ict.e y a s el
route.p ti6e qualities, sappl>lla JUst what t Avl-iF Y .-" ev-- .. ..".as1 nar r M S
Mr. Tom Aycock is out cookingg after child must have. as no other fono c/ Avoid YelloW Pw~ r. amT.- 41wT B & $ r --M.aU --U--a-
d mad ns r1omm na e ;t business again after a shor. ilress do." Name given by Postum Co., Bwt- Use the great antiSeptic preventive, A" 10. T "O
WHI. but is ill in poor health. tie Creek Mi.och. S Lini. I meant. S x drops of Sloanw'sl G.
wHITE-S PHARMACY, Mr. Ai Ho:-eboom, The .Journals There's a reason-explainad In the ilnimest on a teuapooful of sugr "WhV'." R4."IA .... rncg. FES -T. byIA u -
Pensacola, Fla. representative. was here Sunday, on quaint little book", 7%tae ed t W4l. tM yeltlew f-ver Oad anlaria I...IAA...- 1. A A 1 ViMte *
Wfune 1WL Night Pheme 444. the lookout for business and news, ville," in each pkg. teas A Cwn-A0 1" MILY. AP-am.-- w
11 whe tbe
, the coca.
b, and they
n is weak-
that b s
m it, but
tby itft e
a any other
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TVIt.RS L MOR i.N.-,.OCTOltRa t 195
pEOPLE AND EVENTS
tr r. Atttar arcs.
See, Bear and DOne Amg These Who Go, Come
a Tarry--We U and Society, Here and Elsewhere.
'IOVELY OCTOBER MORNING mob'ilig in Minnie Prince's two' 11--6 W16M
ItWOOING OF MR. FISHER waeons.
iASM MISS ESMONDE. cTho < (n pF;ng the party. were.
M iO ISS ,i.E. e ,, \ L.W;ii-. A Mr. A H. Couk. f C I en
There was an ideally pretty Oc;otbei E r anti M s Beuna Purse]i l i Fund IS bfwlg LOW,
m-orning wedding in the F.rst Preshyv- !; ;.iten ail r.Nl Mss May Pursell.
teriaa church We;i-esdiay a: half pas. and. Mr. Jim Cook. Mr. '. W. Thomas Citizens are Ugd to
e;eves when Mr. Alsion Augustus) Mr. S. F Tiller. ": A.'H. Cook, Mr
WUbher and Mis Alma 'laire Esmonde. Sam Pur.ti. Mr. Adin.n Pursell, Mr. Subscribe.
Wmre united. Rev. JJulian S. Slbey, the: Carlos Hnidr. ka Mr. Ge.rge PlI'-
aestor performing the r' i.',s cf i, and Mr. O'Brien Pursell. .Mr.
to"ny beauiiTfull; and inrt.-.v'l... 1\ille FiaikH. and Mtr I-ah Cook The fund which has been sub
The decorations were most ta- efl Sa 1i. ed by citizens of the cit to the
'ad simple. consisting of qu~ift:, mar- ed by citizens of he city to the
ane grl(wing ferns and plant,: em'mank- Mr Rufu Mevyr-c ..- nany frie-nds of caring for the poor and he
4i before ite pulpit as a Lac'kg:oad w ".- wi' l ad ., i( arn that hie : who may be stricken with the y
or the hi >iat picture. ab. ;< (,;aV, :it in fir:narv in Seimi. f-ver and for assisting the cit
Mrs. J. M. Flina preside-I at he an i .i r n -;n,. A ork. One of his placing Pensarola In a thorough
an and :rea:-d th a o hr n a ,e ]).,n ill f ar option, is beginnin t
ends to a charmnie rit: An 'ra. d iH i' an I ab t. t th iary conditi as a on, is begin the cing t
oas geeaby urrp:.nC ; 1 'j r iil .i. ow, and as a consequence the lcit
,- __ - '_ ___ - -q- nrre in enrna ffr a i n
ke Journql's Daity Fashio
*maany PN)ple tOvP~b,.fr .T,'k a 'k ]-
dting. jlrt at this .' .V.i k,tn: .5C ~-~'-a .-ppl. n
!1Itb the glorioll'i2 ..fIt1i "ll e u nr Ix&N.vh) hi- been
S-weme-4 most awhiri nd at *.1f a 0 a1 U. ;- 3
*Ike natural gcvod 1-ee,ng 'sa; a 1,; :;yr. ts r ~an!S f.ii
The entrance- of :he wailk in
jpe.Mr. Sam Pasco -Lid Mr. Thom ~~ 1u N !' lias arri; -d
4e Peble'. Mr. Georcre Went aorih an,! f.,'~N-.* s 'ialp~.P
T.J. W. Puiticak p~ndIlto V andviy adc;ph* a. P
*ftaid Cof honor. Mi F'o--.., B'or. V .',, c. .
i Miss ho.. r w;- ve-ry f(it-hing it: i
S ta!lkr mad(. whitr lo,, .;::, v,:' .; .I-- .)i.,!;n : .'., daughteZ
Wlh(t hat and c(a:r.' ng lr-ide.-sme,; (of MN-. F A it ; ';.p and about to
!W"Ie th, at j , 1 i < : family and
She was followed by Mr FPani; fn.> c.
Itarstin eseo'ting the brlde whom h'
ave in marr:ie t' the- I: id-.onhi I s u r, (I'', ic E Wilson an!
Who with his be -" man. Mr. V. 3 l-' -r Ichil, rn 1 -'r:a for Buena V's-
*ij, and the mitPier. awar-.' he'm a* \ ., will remain un:il
-'IPt foot of the zieen r emb:r.riment,. (os'
Tbh bride. always l>,atifiui. Aa pas-
Atkularlay ait-active in a smart ravc,- How tc Cure Corns and Bunions.
Wi suit of brown Fsik piped with blue pF-t. c htk ;ha corn or bunion in
welvet and trimmed with h, avycreamn'v arm wat :- : s,)f;en t;: then pare it:
Since. her oniy ornament an xqdisite rdown as .&:s.e as possible without!
'bleld shalwd broach en( t: tre w' V -aw'ng blood and ap2!y Chamberlain'sL
9Barls and diamonds She wor( a 1 pain Balm twi r .;* l nihrling vigor.
eow oGage hat andi carric- a large; o.-,.V for" fl, 1 n n;tes t,: eah appli-
slaster of tsuperb mar ch1l neil roses OPa',. A c r:. p1 '-1 0 shoiuljd he wornr.
a d ferns. a .s da, s ;o pro' : i' from the
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. shoe. As en'-ra i!,iment for
fiber left on the noon train, ratings :1!ns, '-iis<-. lameness and rhen-
rlnt to Buffalo, then 10 Ntagara Fa'.i.s antj :i.. Pain Ba.in is unequaled. For
boe*oie n to New York f:)r a more thI bI all Tr-uc.Z:. 1.
-".*r 1sa" ~i~tratfid stay. Coming home
th0e wil spend some time 'n Wash- GOOD RED BLOOD.
rItus and probably visit rorc south- GOOD RED BLOOD.
etl polats of interest. ft Genf-rates Cood 5 'nners, Goh-
They will be away a month or two t c rate c *
,meaibly three, having appointed no Moralt :ad t.oo3 Mormlm.
Sdefalte time for their return, prefer- Ev i-ry rnuing i- a goed morning to
i rng to wander about leisurely as they one who i teeliung well. There is no
f eel Iaellned. tsuh thing as bad weather. There" are
S O their return the1 w!l board at no llue1 Monays o, IO,4yE Sundays to
the Bacambia while building their any one who is living the i;ght sort of
Sesldeaoe on a choice site on East lile.
i3l. I The good ch-'r of health, combined
A large party gathpe--d at the ssa-' 9ith a pure li',. ser--e to turu every
4los and showered them with rice. At tuonintg into id moruing and every
the last moment the bride lo,)Ved lth. evening into a good evening.
rIboaa that tied her boque, and shower- Th best way to wihb any one good
ed the roses upon a group of New City
GOtrls-her own eal friendas-a-and Inorninhg or good evening is to set be-
, acirl--her own go n !oal friends a fore him the examn;le of right living,
each seemed a gol:',n su uc nir, so a
6gest number of East Hill weddinz- for it is through rilgh lt ling that good
-a y be looked for "this vear." morning and good eveniiff coma
The many presents are Fimply gorg- It is of no use to say grace over a
esns, chiefly cut glass and hlver and badly cooked meal. The grace will not
several arrived atier Mr a.nd Mrs make it agree with the stomach. There
Fisher left. They wore displayed to is no use to s y good morning or good
relatives and intimate; friends yester- evening unless we do the things that
4ky at the residence of Mr. and Mrs wiil make g,odl maorniig and good
erank Manton with whom Miss Es- exv nirg. It a~. in.leel. a g,)od morning
Monde has. made hetr home since :11 for any 1on, wh>o hIans done an honest t
death of her aunt. Mi-s Coupe. three day's labor ::.; -.)e useful employment :
}ears' ago. ha fui gh lurs of sound an
"A lov*ellr weLdd!ti. a fairer bride- a hfrls fmng ,it!t ,! ours of it is a good
mad a luckier groom I ha.ve n,(-r refr- h-ng e4.b (f otire, It is a good
MA I'llI . .. i : on d,,es that. 1 here is
i* en." is a comm.,'" .% wl'ich all ae:.. :4 n d s tbat" .
rcittng in best wi h,. ,or ; ii ,0 li1 n11 ofl thiig 1'11!t is 11"deel. and that is to
happinfs-s of tr. h;p)y <',,*eh,. ge't'iiit or n Ii licorue anJusted to na-
MILLV4EW GAIETY. We like 111, ,'. .r whfn we are ad- A
A mp-n party of Milvi: w youni
or!. .tinv(.eo a petn;e s' Hl',th ('41n,
on Pet dido I'.* tha: wvIll never b-,
forge'en. it was -, del:ghfu: from
ist to10 las7'.
We spread rcu-r ta!h>l under the NI"-
Solia trees and n:ijoyel a ill ni' 1 1
nake yvtorir mo;it,' \va'
chowd r: a: i ..! < .,: 1,. i doi L- '
crackers. 1 ... c. a -a. .m:
pickle.-. a ar' -d ; :- .'d our
sert Inlu a. ,. j,. .i' a -l ;
cake. NN : : , m ( -an:. n, n' "
Our s o -t- wre saying. and 'a-'
DAYS OF DIZZINESS
COmA to Hundreds of Pensacola Peo-
These art, d-ys
' Sometime, t hcna paii-.
Often urinary disor,rs.
All tWll you platl I h( kdnlVs are
Doan's Kidney P < -:' a; lid::c.
Here is proof in .Penmsatoa
Mrs. M. Whitm" of WVet Zarrazossa
Street. saybs Any remedy that. : .
wake a curn as promptly and tho-
ehly as ID,,an sK dney P:ls d: d ir
miy case is well worthy of t!ie higher'
xecommenda:ion. I was trouibl'd !
ow kidneys for sone, -imte. indicate,
by severe pains i:- n y a3ck anl s.i -.n
-- ws-etimes t was a aririzs enr
' other tines sha:p twirees. I also
I b~ diziness and : ,"- .,'adai he?
4ad an annoying .fi-': y v\' h rthe
idaeys. I hbppened t: O a:9,1 an ad-.
wetinent in t', pa:, r- about
Wfa'a V @dney Pills and Procured a
bom at Gdfey Kahns drt ug store.
Doi. South Palafox Street. I felt
believed after taklag a Sew doses
and before I Ithed the third tox
I was oiM*pletely cert. I am now
peWfectly well and healthy as far as
may kt*eys are Mconerned."
Per saIe tby all dealers. Price 50
cests. poeter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
N. Y., solk agents for tht United
Remember the name---DLar.'s-and
1 take no other.,
ju-ted to the cn lit n, nilout us. There
s no~th r. .ng v i.it the weather.
The blama is i ;th our,-elves. The
anneT "'. ner',r.;n woman shudders at
the1 tow-lh of i, te sp)r:'g z7phyrs which
-woildi Ie refr --hilog an'l gratefal to the
hi!t! y Ir.' > Thle c-,-t et fear of
drifts. re-w'it--d1 dread of exposure to
cold or .-r. s nrtIlI to-ms of bad.
health. If we w -- d behave ourselves
ns Av Hv-ll ,a ; I'ie,;'l alO --t i-'rpwould
I- n-a11,0 -.e ,- `*iiit. rt -is rtu-
fri-b iagi nto tliv pN'-men-e (of
the nuta or tr v.ho )c-.. honestly
Q, en~ur v -a -I Nit ii n'icli a tvway
tbt yoi ''nfs- r.- i' vri-rru it.
4 baoo, fe.'k n"lt -r",4 '~u~-i.An ex-
qe. (NF .. 3 C te (,od liii-
n~~r r ta i .o tatcannot be
rp :i-eCi~~i -e: -III the lra#Idt'1,,-eof uu-
etoigenin)l corn '.is v. .. si!and
37e urged t o come forward no co -I
tribute towards this fund. For several
days only a few donations have teea
made. The total to date are as fol-
LotS 1Sf g;dd rpd bloo is coau'r!e o W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.90
to poxi minnners. gp,-xl n.-;r.,ls and good A. Goldring .................. 15.00
morning .'.ny pr I-r n w', ca.n hoi:wst- Cash.. .. .. ................ 5.00
!y -Iy g-#d n o,:,g ha. had n fairly W. H. White & Co............. 5.09
decent siP t-e nihrt i-f:-ce. A hearty Warren Fish Co.............. 100.0
go,.)d nrirg ;.- a ef 'rt atc of self re- ensacola Stables ............ 10.04
trainitaRi! a clenr ons.iee. C. Thiesen ................. 100.00
The devo,.-. of sensus phure ha -Sonthern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
morning. TLere are no good mocrnings Dubuisson Bros .............. 20.00
for him. lDisipation has soura'd the at- S ar Laundry ................. 15 04
mosp;her. and pion;?iied the sunrise for L. S. Brown & Co............ a.o0
htu. If he ,syis g.od morning at all he Judge H. Bellinger........... 16.09
lies It i me, e-olty a perfunctory remark 'Marks & Gayle ..............50 001
Hi1s linguid m!.'in"r and icy touch ex- Swift & Co.................... 25.00
pose the f%1-qhood covered by the Mrs. Fannie Henderson ...... 3 25
word, **good morning.r" McKenzie Oerting & Co.. ..... 10 00
wor od monig he l of good unwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.00
.-,od Lorniug A tae seqIel of good S. Roberts ................ 5.00
behLavtor. The price oue iVay for a real Citizens National Banb .*.... 10000
gxod morcniLg is a good day's work. L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 100 00
Go.K sip-i. ely to led, up early in F. W. Marsh ................ 15 00
the lu ru.Lg. thni indeed it is a good R. M. Cary .................. 10-00
morning. J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 0C
Every o:.'s!:ig is a good morning to Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00
ruch per's n-,. They have paid the price Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100-00
for it a:id a:e en".ed to it.-Medical Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
frIt John C. Avery. ................. 25.06
P MartlBz . .......... .00
.1. W. Maloy...............
I t yu. IuWelles-Kahn Co .. ......2.. 5.026.
"I congratafte you. I understand kbodes-Futch-Collins Co.. .... 15.00
you have beam Vtidleated." A Moog. ......................... 1400
"Triumpl* dy., Johanom At the flrst1 Scuthern Cotton Oil Co........ &00
trial the fury diagreed; at as ecomd F. B. Drawner.. .............10.00
trial my lawyer fond a flaw in the RL P. ReeW............ ......... L0e
ImlcteMt and the toe W rown D. H. lasmeier.. .. .. ... ..L
out of court."--chea Trmboae. Lion Brewery ................ 6 30
* 200.00' '
. 10 9.O
. 60.09 CHARMINGi DESIGN FOR DRESSY WRAP.
2500 The vogue that attends all kinds left Side, the collar rising a trifle
100 and characters of velvets and velve- hither on the reck than was the mode
S .00teens being treated to include, the last season. The sleeve is a particu-
s being stretched to Indethe larl good model,- with its big and
S250.0 uncut velvets as well. This charm- baggy puff to below the elbow. The
* 2. ing evening coat is ef a faint rose Hlttle eape effect serves as a 4seeve
5.00 color velvet with bands of sable edg-, cap, and the rwatle of real Carrick-
5.0 iIng insertions of Carrlckmadross lace. i mac4ros at the wrist match with the
S15 0 An extremely full godet cut is follow- insertions that are liberally used op
S25 s0 ed, the garment settig easily over the coat. In the illhutrationit is
10. O the holders and ftallig in full flut- shown in a three-quarter length; but
600 ed folds from there. The fastenh.,g is full length is even more effective in
10.'C arranged pictureUiinely toward the this design.
2000 L. Bear Co. .................. 50 00 SHELBY SPRI S A
.00 Windisch-Muh1hauer'- Brewing S RIN ALA
.00 Co ........... ........... 25 00 Under New Management
26.CO L.Fledman & Co. .. ........ 10.00
10.00 Sullivan & Sullivan1. .. .. .. 10.00 A delightful r ert immune from
15.00 Dr. E. C. Bennet'.........r... 00 fever, offers to refugees elegant pg-
25.04 MeMillan Bros. 0(.., 1Obile .... 25 00 oommodftions and -board at $25 per
15.00 J. C. Pebley.. ............... 10.00 month, $7.50 per week. everythingg
5.00 F. M. Wi1liams.. ... ........ 10.00 first-class.
4 W00 ike & Co.. ..............10.0. --.
2510..0 Phos McMsn.... .. ........ 4.0 in another city, marked and sent on to
25.f# Thou McMllsn ...............1.00,
10.06 F. W. Cook B .,, .... 50 00 the an who acted as salesman, and
25.06 Senator S. It. MIo .. .. 80 every pack was paid for at tke regu-
25.0Q .Wis .. ..... O l ar rate and represented a loss to the
1500 .ff .... seller, which was repaid a thousand-
17.00 ion y cno fold in the advantage it gave the play-
10.00 Big MZion eu y setin ol....5 00 er. The club was composed of wealthy
25..f Jos. H. James, ............. 5 0o men, and the cleanup was something
10 00 W. H. Harvey .... :......... 2 *0 i mort than $4,000.
250.0( Mosea Lyman ................ 1 00 "The trick has been played in a
40.00 Richard Morris ........... 5 0 thousand ways, and if a big game was
25.00 Cash ......................... 55' on a dozen packs from one of those
25.00 L. F. Andwrson .............. 2 00i baskets would have paid a rich profit
20.00 Marion Bito ................. 1 00 to whoever got .up the Idea. In this
50.0@ Preston Gordon .............. 1 00 case it merely happened to be a lot of
00.00 Aaron Johnson............... 1 0 weonds sold for a -trife above the cost
103.00 St. Paul church .............. of the revenue stamp, but I'n more
25.00 Washington Clark ............. 5 00 than upic of ep cards, no mat-
5 00 Whiteld Dupont ............. 1 00,ethere I find oheap-car oTmas.
1O.Ofl Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue ter where I nd them."--Bufalo Tim.
10.00 Baptist Church, ............. 2 00 .t-
1.00 A Colored Citizen ............ 5 0
. 5.00 Ninth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00 IT IS A PARASITE.
25.00 Aaroa S. Johnson ............. 2 00
10.00 Mt. ZionBaptist Church......... 3.16
100.00 That Causes Itching Scalp Dandruff,
100.00 CHEAP PLAYING CARDS. and Finally, Falling Hair.
600 The itching scalpA the falling hair
10.00 Why a Preoelnal Is Always 9s- and the dandruff that annoys are the
5.00 pems a Them..- work of a parasite hidden in the scilp.
5.00 The other afternoon along Nassal 'Ttrat parasite must be killed to care
25.00 and Fultoin streets in New Yook city dandruff; and the only preparation
25.00 tfakirs were offering playing. cards of tkat will do that Is Newbro's Herpi-
10.0 fair quality at 10 cents a pack. These cde. "Destroy the cause, you re-
10i00 were of the regular twenty-five cent move the *Rect."
100.00 variety, and the ace of spades bpre C.MH. Reed, of Victor, Idaho, sqy:
100.00 the imprint of a big concern, but thel "ng hair several years. Two bottles
50.00 boxes were not labeled, and slight im- of Herplcide completely cured us, af-
6.00 perfection explained their reduce ter several other preparations hall
10.00 price. ailed to do good." Makes hair grow!
10.00 A professional card player purchased gklosy and soft as silk. Hundreds of I
5.0 a pack, and when he had reached the other testimonials just as strong. For
10 00 restaurant for which ht ana his friend sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. druoast
25.00 were headed he carefully compared the and apothecary, 121 South Pa'a.foz
baeks and held the cards at various
angles to the light.
"I was wosdering If some one was
.trying to make a killing,' he explaiW-
ed as he slipped tho pack back ig his
pocket "It wou d be an easy matter
to steer wonM folrsw up agtast those'
cheap cards and t prof by your
Knowledge of th& markings on the!
back. He would never suppose that
cards purchased upon the street could
be regarded with sespiclon.
"Marked baeks have largely given
way to advantage ptaytng between two
apparent strangers or to the manipu-
latle of the deal, but it Is no uncom-
man thing to plant marked cards whelub
the probable remumlt warrant it.
"I know a man Who for three year
played cards I a club and for the
greater part of that time be could read
the beeks as easily as he esAld the
face. His run of luck was retrvrkabl%,
but he never "alt crookedly and he
never uaed say necbanteal ski, so
that It was uppeqsa that his 0*
fortune was merely power luck.
"As a matter of ct the cmrats up-
pBed to the amat were 10 cents a
pack cheaper tha" they sol at whole-]
a4. Heb. e t fMat they were be-
tag sstsn s aem a bm by an ema@pty
and his paysess a eardt i wiwW
aded In te dIepet art of my-*I
. the cards
"Artually the casds were pardesead
street, or smyn ir1c in stamns to meI
Is dilDblayea' by those who
drink our Soda Water.
* They have learned to dis-
criminate between the
good and the bad, hence
the great, popularity otfer
the great popularity of our
Kandy Kitcheon Cafe,
14) S. alafox Phone 999
= Yellow Fever
Get the Best of You,
but get the best of it. Suppy yourself with
ample fumigation ncczsitles, such as
Sdtphur, Sulphur Candles, Ete.,
or with necessary preVenta"ives,
Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Credit Buys Here
As Quickly as Cash.
First National Bank.........
W. S. Keyser Co............
American National Bank.....
Consolidated' Grocery Co.....
Fr. J. Schreye ... ...........
Those C. Wvsrson............
Escambia Rea!ty Co.........
Lee Daniel ... .............
W. A. Biount ...............
Hannah Bros.. .............
Pensacola Water Company...
Leslie E. Brooks.............
J. M. Coe................
Penacola Inivestment CQ.....
M. F. Gonzalez .............
Southern States Lumber Co...
Consoltlated Naval Stores Co.
German-American Lumber Co.
Saunders Mill Co...........
J. R. Saunders..............
Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co..........
D. Kugleman ...............
J. Geo. White..................
S. P. Shotter Co..............
Jos. Coleman...... ......
A. F. Warren.............
M. L. Roch ....................
Jno. B. Jones................
T. H. Lannon & Co...........
Winm. Johnson & Son ..........
Clutter Music House..........
Meyet Shoe Store............
Standard Clothing Co.......
Douville Timber and Land Co.
Maxwell & Reeves...........
S. Pasco, Jr. ................
P. Campbell.. ...............
H. H. Boyer..................
KresE & Co..................
D. Hale Wilson..............
A. M. Avery..................
Gordon & Brown..............
Those. Pebley........ ........
Forbes Furniture Co........
N. G. Forc-heimer............
H. G. DeSilva & Co............
W. A. D'Alemberte............
Jas. McHugh .. ..............
Sol Cahn & Co...............
B. Gerson.... ........ .......
J. Kryger .... ..............
Green & Watson ............
J. C VanPelt ............... I.
The Pensacola Journal........
C. B. Parkhill .. . .. ....
Navnl Stores Export Co...'..
W. B. Wright Co............
N. Apostle...... ............
McDavld-Hyer Co.. ..........
R. G. Biobnell................
A. A. Fisher.................
H. Baars & Co.............
Pensacola Lumber Co........
P. C. Brent.................
John Shepard ................
A. DiLustro .................
Alex Zelius ................
D. Devy ......................
E. J. Dunham ..............
Gulf Machine Co..............
). H. Smith & Son............
Bar Pilots...... ........0....
W. B. Lamar.................
bcarritt Moreno ..............
W. S. Rosasco ...............
Marine Grocer:.- Co............
H. M uller ...... ..............
'. 0. Howe & Co............
S C. Porter ..................
J. A. Chaffin ...............
I. H. Thornton...............
1. B. Roberts..................
. P. W illiams Co............
T. A. Jennings................
leo. W W right..............
'ash .. .....................
uina & Guttman............
'rank Reilly ...............
1. A. Friedman...............
D. Dannheisser ..............
1. 0. Anson.................
%lrston & Quina ............
Come ia and pick out what you want to make your home
as bright and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy it while
you awe paying for it.
Rocking Chairs from...............................41.25 to $"0.00
Iron Beds ........................................$3.00, to $10.00
Woven Wire Springs, the sleep-easy kind, for..................$M50
Chairs ............................................75 cents to $4.00
Odd Dressers from.........................................$9.00 up
MARSTON & QUIMA,
10&U0 S. Paldox St. Phoe 146. Pensacola, Fla.
IF WE HAVE IT' ITll THE BEST.
Leave Your Orders with Us for
We Are Still the Leaders.
Sol Cahn Coa.
The Pure Food r The Store that Peed
Sftre. Phones178 and 480 the Peope.
II.----. .. I-III--11--I-.. i.-nilE i
I I III I fm
LLS AND FEVER FOR
DON'T MISTAI CHI
At tits tim eyar thels a r
As a peolMeI p
IT CURES TO ST
Sold at all drug st
LEWIS 6 CO., Wbul sm DrU
COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Hoaey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on aCooo t Of the great
merit and popularity of 1Wle' Heeay,
and Tar msay imfttio s ario oIre.
for the gonulne. Tbme wortbs twm-
Itaticns have atmatr s aeunading ema.
Bewam of then. The sgenIe oltrp-
Honey and Tar is I a yafntw pk-
age. Ask for It aqA reftse amw su.
stirute. It is the best remedy for
.ougha and eldx. A. Alemetete
Drauggit ad ap-itherttr 122 South
Lddmveald 4dus Ba-d ami.
JAAND CHILL CUt I
iores or at
gist, Earv Gemrt mtinK I
OPENING OF TIE .
At a -meeting of the ad" Y bere
o0 the Pensacola Claoie#t skl he"l
Sept 2. 25, 1995, taIt wasMoua&es*eto
postpone the opeaS o f the comia
season until apra favOrable eendl-
ILH. CLAYT AaW gg,
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I I .
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THE PEUSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 190l
The Journals Clasified Cash Advertisements
O o00t-a-ord m ineeornx. A ae -wrta-Wmt taken for esa than 2bo. X peet rtes by the month.
- - - - - -
wANWD-Drmag osime about N
thotms, Ia good condition. Inquire
at A. riedIman's Saloon. llOct2t
Speraemaed hes*1A amn a edace
smt now cmpl@oe des0lria cbaane,
wgWs positio as clerk o* bookkeeptr
imeace tarlsbed. Address K. D.,
We wet te ipuMe to remember that
we an bmatO ear mdd omn amNS
i-O amd selling r
ewr mfs Is PImInols We mesa
tt we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Smo.
WarmW ).--We ..bt e crre bt a
w eamTe at Man Upto*4ate mountain
aolw; ~me delighttbl and good we.
1i; meeoMe waes. Aeres F. D.
thema simum & Tw k 84VOL
- NA 3 6 suka"Wesiagpalte,
ad entmnwalFMne varommhag
"an faisbd. Sen palatlg Ia ups-
CIOW* bwimee phase 24. flaUg
WArMu)--Ve t* kbwwfthAt pYOUa"a
bj! sak Sims old pawnrsat f
DO TO wa a sbuior e" lml9ma
A so@ wmt a awinag rig
a The eat is ee I -0-m--stes"
' 00".O pbos ML fteen
er. Co. Jphoe 88. eeMProace
but I..t be equaled. New Oudeans
WAarm.-Te public to know that
we are -piomer Oo Roasters of
Fie. NW Orleas Oo
Jas. McBugh, Prop.
On was yeur ma*na saad
All gedae guaantseds. T.-
Om PW Phase 918. 1s
We wet everybody t know
are whlemmale aad retail groo
*t&U at the old stand. New
Oemry Co, Jas. Mc ugh, P
A. L. NMAM waafte yer
** s~ W
WA~NrTD-Tour electric work of all
IMads. Let us eclea your fam. re-
Syoear "ameo, de year writag. etc.
pjk- 670. Peas-la Bleetric Co,
esser lateadeaela ad Bayle a streta
paay- wD waft to nut heom,
-so. wt. ad The Jouraal Wat
AAb a great eW
wathi will ahrtl appear.,
W Btal atlf4o"e pictures of city.
S an8 aw" oal isnCo. 1 mm
BARGAINS IN SOME NICE HOUSES FOR'
al~iL J I A 1X '10-room House on North Hill.. $50 00
7.. North Baylen............ 40 00
8 houses (new) renting $21.00 per 04 North Spring.............. 25 C
xo"th.. .. .... .. ......... est Romaaa.............. 17 50
Two 8 room houses, rentia $10.00 806 North DeVillier....... 17 5?
^n03r Zwt S ]M st Gadsden ............. 15 0'j
per month................. 2 1107 Bast Cervantes........... 15 00
4 room house west Romana 80000 314 East Strong............... 15 00
238 West Government......... 15 oo
For Rent. 1136 East LaRua.............. 12 50
r R10 East Romaas............. 12 50
111 South DeVillier...........10 CO0
7 room house, 918 E. Strong.... 4 1- U West Romana............. 10 00
5 room house, 413 Gaillemard 10.00
6 room bouse, 400 Guillemard. 16.00
List your real estate with me for
Rents collected and prompt returns
LESLIE L BROOKS
24% L. Palafox St.. Fisher Blliding.
t, *Penseg*ola, p J*I YELLOW FEVER NURSE.
Mrs. J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow
fever very successfully through sev-
eral epid'mlos of the paut, both In
A1LPF WANTED = Peneaols and New Orleans, aad now
offers her services to those requiring
WANTED.-A good cook, 701 N. Pala- a trained yellow fever nurse. Call on
fox street. Soct. her at 1408 East Gaisden or phone 53
'ANTED.-Men and boys wanted to -4 rings. l0octlm
sem 6 day, after two months in- *
strUction. posltida guaranteed. Coyno FPAr S l.
Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New York, I,
Civnati, 0, St. Los, Mo. (Free ST fi vlD-La shipment of
catalogue.) octly ... lwvzi l Ratshl hy DTnto
mnrtA OJ5L e Oil. B -- y a
WANTED.-An ntelligent person may
earn $10 to $15 weekly in spare
time oorrpodag for Mempapers;
so cane aftsg. ftd or prtcuiars.
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport,
N. y. 3oct3m
WANTU).-By Chicago woleeale and
mall order house., asstsat manager
(man or womea) tor this county and
saoitlag territory; expensee money ad-
vaaced. Wort pleasant; position per-
uanamt Write at ome e1r full partle-
ulars and encel selff-ddressed eo-
velope. Thomas J. eoper & Co., 1322
Lake bt., Chieago, IL. Soot2w
WANTED.-By Chicago Maatetur-
tg HoB.m person et trutworthyness
saomewhat atmair wtw local territory
as meatat in ibra h eece. Salary
$16 paid weekly. tfee t position.
No ivestment rqired. Previous ex-
perleace not essential to engaging.
Address, Manae Branebes, Como
Block, Chicago. Sotlsw*
NON-UNION Compoettors. Join the
Million Club by comntg to t. Louis.
Permanent portions guaranteed to
competent men. $19.50 per week of
ifty-tour hours. Adress Employment
Bureau, t. Loeuis Typethetae, 410 N.
Florth St., 8t Lons, Mo.
WANTMD.-Partles a need of eirpe-
ters, please ring up peone No. 7M,
or apply to L. Ieamback, business
agent, room 1, old Armory building.
MY Co, WANThD.--otel eet;eoolored
ang8 cook in a small hotel, good
f st answer quick, for Calptey Hotel
Tran" ley, Fla. ,
B. Ther WANTED.-All ypaag persona
IJUmelm. are good stenographers or
keepers, that are seeing peati
that we promotion to register with us
mrs and diately. We ea secure you ga
Orleans itions. We are havag more
rop. dally than -'e can supply. It wi
you nothing to register with us.
& Munro, Proprietors. The 1
avoTln Business College, No. 6344 N.
I bf St.. Mobile, Ala. le"e
gallon or larger quantity. G. rae
& Co., ship chandlers aa grocers, 701
South Palafor. 4oet.
CHICKEN WHEAT produces eg.L
Makes fowls especially ell lavs Wed
The cheapest food to be. ound. F. S.
Mellen & Co.. Phaoe SK os
FOR SALE.-I am Floida State ASU
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
Va&Z Fixtures of all deecrptlons
manufactured by tinoe Saoe ant
Lock Company of CinItati Oio.
Communicate with me for prlc and
terms before buying elsewhere. Sear-
*itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
Do you value your health? If so,
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug so
We have been with yoa ain Pemaeo
Ia since 1874, and still Iand to stay
with you and serve you wlth the best
of groceries at lowest ar-
ket prices. New Orleans Groeery
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. I ag"0
FOR SAL--One lot of Mle show
cases, especially adapted for mil-
linery purposes or for drug store,
also one lot of counters and fine
French plate glass mirrors. B. L.
Reese. 118 South Palafox. 2sep
FOR SAL&-At a merIde0 ftrlture
store. sts; aud account. Ca" at
188i-140 3. Intendemda. S910
FOR SALF-One Choice block oa top
of the ridge east of the electric
railway, between 7th and th Mrt
Nature has favored this s*Vtle and It
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubba "
PLUTO WATER-Cures Constipation,
LAver and Stomach troubles. For
sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. Mc-
WANTED-The people of Peasaoool
to cease worrying. Lt The Joarnal
Want Ads soive the problem for ymg
They are epent detectives, ad ma
Sat the mMa you are looking far It
be Is included la the 26.000 or 30eW
people whica makes the population of
WANTBD-The public to know that
PLUTO WATER will cure Coonui
pation, Stomach and liver troubles.
For sale wholesale and retail, by
James McHugh. oct12.
j W at JiAS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' aB-t-
- I, r Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur-s
W^ANTR 0 me0Cosa s. Oats to ta cred. It is a good tonic, a
tm ihpna andW"dL Out good liver regulator. You need It at
to.S MsepeACe= e mo&Wrcm thIs time of t the yer. On sale at all
F. _.-M-eO- "-a --Maa draggists. or at Lewis & Co., Jast
""2-- i Goverameat steLt. Price, S0c.
l.AT-Lockt wfth initial. I. H. REGULAR MAIL LWI-GoTd esavq.
Heart shape. finder will please ri- aes tor travelag pubt. DaflSy ew
turn to Sol 01 ba a Oa. 1Soet4t vica ea mwy. reM CaPle to
bea. Adrees J. I Tagge. Chiply.
LOST-Charm of fob, beat shaped fL Uagh
small diamond ea frot initials A. Ii rT
V. on back Seturn aad receive E.AL TATL.
reward at Journas ome, or 710 K. R IAL TATU is an p alf ft.
Gregry. 12oct1w TM uy b th" em 4 we we l
bGrt your amO e Utana ahe
LOST.-White better bitch, with black mests D nate WMf OCn
spots; she is short a&d stumpy.
Last seen ten days age. Reward for TAL OUS. L ia Mao, WieB .
return to Jno. Cary Whiting, tax ool- GO -e e hia, ae I s i. aam
Sector. aoit. sep.a11" c her^ 1
LOST-Black, whtte ad tickeS setter deNI
bitch tle months old. AnsWem to --_
aMae of Ruth. atrn to Deo HalL FOR 4ALL
715 N. DeVillers Street and t re AM FOR $1--0 Ibs. Oranulated
ward. w,~~ egr. 1 poad Our Own Freshly
Partha' Meecha and Java Owee, 1 lb.
LOST-A Maltise Angora Kitta mewr- AlderUay Bakaing Powder, this Powder
ly grown. LAel reward fr re- is equal to Royal that coats yoa 0
tura to Bea D. Beers, at Wa. JohaoM ets. per pound. New Orleans Grocery
& *t JOIa. o11ct
FOR BSAL CHEAP-My three-year.
old Berkshire herd toar.'Duke of
Florida, No. 68,923. Also some aSe
young pigs. 1 six-montMhold boar, all
registered and transferred. Carl get.
terlind, Chipley, IFa. I8jly
FOR SAIL-Beamutful block in New
City. Trect No. 312. Fear ch $ o.0
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Bom
FOR SALV.-My residence d& east
Hill, either including whole blobk
of twenty lots 40x137 1.2 Nfet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for furta-
or particulars. C. W. HagermanL.
See our board for bargains in real
Money to lead at the lowest market
rate of interest.
Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,
rOR SA L-Secoad-hand casa reos-
ter In perfect coedltion. Will el1
cash or or time reai bargain. Can
be seet at Jame* MlcHugh'L 22,aca
GROW GINSENG. Large proIts.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today for literature. Bucking.
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zaneevslle, 0.
FOR SALE.-FPae Horses and Males
for sale at all times. Turpaentlne
operators' wants given special atten-
tion. Call on or address Dillon &
Penuel, Marianna, Fla. 6actln:.
AILL, OR $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated.
Sugar, % pound Our Own 60 cts.
Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
ing Powder, this powder is equal to
Royal that costs you 50 cents per
pound. New Orleans Grocery Co.
Mog0y to Loan.
MON'YT TO LA -a gooe resi as
ta security, o aod good ollatersa
at lowest aMtes. Lesne EI Brooae,
Fisbr b2d0-1. "Ua
W9MONU XOAN60Z as any ad a4
kiWe eN peanal property. payabe
(overakeat streeL. Malsbuar buildln4
ewom 1. 2deo
MONEl IJANL a on ) ood ream ee
ate aesurtiy 1s any amao"t.
Bale olson & Ca.
MONEY LOAN&"D on atl kinds of pe#a
O1LI property on short aantic
Terms "yM. J. W. Bullard, vidptalr
21% South Palafox St., Phone 1144
CNLtMITED amaout of moany to Ioaa
oa oa f et perona property
BSpelal rates to buats me*a on lorze
leas. The New York Loan Co., 204U
402 8. PALAFOX ST.
MONET TO OA.IN ON DIAMONDS,
Watches, Chains. Rings and all KMiaU
Of collateral security at lowest rate of
interest. Bargain la u'reaeein.
L... BROWN &Co'
. Offer exceptional inducements
to those desiring to' sell or
buy, rent or lease property,
borrow or lend money.
Have several customers want-
ing homes and investments.
Don't put it off but see us
L.S. BROWN & Co
Office Second Floor Thiesen Building.
Zoo 200 Lots For Sale.
of $1.00 Only. i
No Taxes! No Interest!
Office Cor. Romana ani Palafox Sts.
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third frednee.
days of each month at 7:30 p. a. All
delegates are requested to be pree
eat. W. ROBMRTS.
W. L. DBLAY, Preside"L
PenmacoTa Lodge No . K of P.,
meets every Monday evening at 1:80
o'clock at thilr Castle Ball, Blou
Watson buildi tg, corner Palafox and
Garden streets Visiting brethren eoo
dially welcome t
J. H. BRLPWrON, 0. 0.
H. HORSLEI-. K. of R. & 8.
Rathbone Lodge No.
*X K. of P., msen every
SThureday evening at 8:00
j o'clock In their Caotle
a e. third floor. Blount-
Watson buildia, seeth-
8 werst corner Falafor and
Garden streets Vsiting knights are
5. B. CERUTI, C. C
C. J. Levy. K. of L & &
Knights of Columbue.
Meetings of the
4 SL Knights of Columb.os
are held at their uitsl,
No, 8 West InteRden.
cei street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An lI-
vitation is exteadod
G rgia, Flerj and Alabama Railway to.
*wrabr ie, rallies ssail i aJ aist I 4ailriJ Is.
Schedule raking Effect May 6, 1905.
Southbound No. 1 only only
No. 3 No. 3 No.3
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m 7:50a.m ........ ......
Lv Macon (C. ofGa. Ry.) 3:45a.m l:35a-m ........ .......
Lv Cuthbert .. .... .... 7: 60O.m
Lv Arlington.. .... ...... 9:10a.mn
Lv Balnbridge.. .. .. .....11:00a.m
Ar Tallahassee.. .. .......13:65p.m
Ly "taashassee (S. A. L. Ry) 1: 3p m
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.:
TaftahasSe.. .... ......2: 300p.m
Soeoppy...... ....3 :14p-i
Lanark.... ........ 3:45p.m
Carrabelle.. .. .. ...... 4:Op.m
Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7: 00p.m
Carrabelle.. .... .. ..:30a.m
Sopchoppy.. ... ..12:16p.m
Tallahassee.. .. .. .... l:30p.m
4: OOam ..... ...
10: i0a.m ... ....
8: 00am n 8l11A.M 8:56Vpm
10: 00a. m 9: 29&~m 9:50;9.!u
10: 45a~m 10: 05a.ni 10: 26P. s
....... 10:l15a.m 10:;35p.in
No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
Ar^ Vllahasse.%.(S.A.L.Ry.).. 3I:10p.m 10:00p.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee .......... 3:25p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p.m 6:35a.ru
Lv Balabridge.. .. .. .. .. 5:25p.m 8:27a.m Arl0:25p.m 8:27a.m
Ar Arllngton......... .... 7:2ip.m 10-16a.m .... .. 10.:la.
Lv (uthbert.(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:42p.m 11: 55a.m ........ Arl:35a. a
Lv Maeon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7: 55p.m ........ 7:55a.m
NOTICE::-Trains 140. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, foot
of heotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tlokets for Train 6, leaving Balnbwrldge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
en sale at the office of the Calahan Grocery Company.
eTrain No. 0 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. N. LEGO, R. C. SNIPIS, E. 0. ALSTON,
General Manager. Trav. Pa. Agt. Gen'l Pase. AgA
ProiCSSlOnl Dfrc~try. LYEVAAll-M
PATTILLO CAMPB3L. LIA
Roeo 40 Thbeseon Puidlng.;
LAW, REAL STATE LOANS AND
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
J. P. STOICBSm
Attorney andCoamselorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Prctle.
* ATTORNEY ABUVILLA
Room I0 Thleen Ind. Phone 74
WELSH & SMITH,
..v JO"hN B' JONS Fisher Building, 2W0/j South Palafox
k DM. FOX, Orand Knight
Recorder. PHONE 626.
Pensacola Lddge No. 4, 1. 0 P. JNO. TLLE ,
Pensacola lodge No. 4, i1. 0. 0. ,F
meets every Thursday evening at 7:."
at the new hall on West aja Deeu
street Visitings brethren cor4la'l Room S, Brent B*uling. Phone, 8a.
invited. T. 0. STINSON,
B. R WITKOVBI. Seer y. -
REBEKAH SISTERS WM. D. HOWE,
Naomt iLodge o 10, kebekalb Sl AttSigvand ,,-ll
teorse met every Monday night at t "o.neyand .Counsellor at Law
I o'clock in L 0. 0. F. a. 401 Thlesen Suilding.
Itiig sisters cordially invited to 4 ho_
prese-t. MRS. S. DeTHAYR.
MISS MAMIE FRREMAN, Secretary. I
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first anC N O T IC E
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
M., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West late. jftA 4 t.| A--
Sdencia Street. Il I IIst cker f lBr s
.- A. G FE1LL, Pre.
Board a d Rooms. J. L. SWEENBY. see..
WANTID.-Onv or two roomers; men W.O.W.
preferred. Apply or address No. 17 ,
W. ARu, city.v 3octlm* Lve Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. w..
-" "" meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3re
.A...... e n a -nesdaysInecmot In eah mont Va
RATpean plan. oom, tlght and ..sovereigns cidlly SIVIt d.
paaa plaa. Rooma fight aad F. A. BOGHICH C C.
Clem. Transient tra o olleted, 75 LBSLMt E. BROOKA. Clerk.
579 South Palafox. Joa. S. Nitolau,
POW- O. W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
FOR RENT of each mrnth at 3:30 p. m. 3rd floor
Witson building. southwest corner
FOR d Tt-T s h 0VU -mi ><_
M ENT-'Two-..tor. ho use,.... W. .a.ar.ox ana ....aren reets. vi1sitin
So TUTON or a w Chase street, ten rooms and kitchen sovereigns cordially vi. Mrs. W.
CamerasU leaded ad uaa&e with bath and water connecon. it. A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,
f chage. Re pkesy ply, ring phone S48, five rings. 6oct6t i
s la south. 82 eGtf a I -- ---
t*. l FL OR RENT-Two 4 roomcottages onET EA
Church for rent. Apply to Mrs. E.- r v3Mi--^. 7
FOR SA A.-Shingles and Weof to.* Caulson. 3oct2t* GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLIS
sale. Apply to C. L Creigton' _\ M F. GONSALJ & CO., Prop
Mill, Just west of Muscogee wharf. FOR RENT.--ive room cottage with, Mas ure .
Sbath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes. two --aaaqw'---
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W. CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
JOR SA&LtB-South halt block 211, Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm*' STOCK FEED.
trotting 400 feet on 18th str by -
137% feet on Bay Vtie Park; al Buy your meal and stock feed fro
sot half of block 21l, froatl ru nOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block cIth! tb home manufacturer, encouraging
feet on 14th St. by 1371 f -eet4f side city limits on county hart noonme industry, contribute to hoae
View Park. The only property-adB. road, with six room house; wind mill; labor. and leave your money in yw
Ing Bay View Park that now water pipes in yard and all through city.
snle. The beautiful riew dos the bo e. Rent reasonable. Appiy W.
bayu and down the bay cm Mar M. Mecuellan, at First National Bank.
obstructed. A. V. Clubs. eg Peascols. 26auglm
b oomM M NOR RZNT.-Resldence lately o>. *
AK" 'SA. m-oset., *.U' ._ coupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.; Manufacturers 'of
,a .a Mee, tW leS, h W LRua street- Apply to R. M. Ca.y, and Dealers in
I a-.-* t 8. Palaw= tr-*L 7jnne I LATH aAWtED CifPRS
" im eIwin '.I i
FOR SAIZ-Como "stegmyI" v
tal cards for sale at White oeC WANTED.-My patrons to know that
taurant, two for five centa. Outside my school will open at the same
orders wit not be llew unless cah place as heretofore, a soon as the yel-
and postage accompany order. Or- tow fever situation will permit Miss
der ,3sept.I Pattle Holde0 Sept.
LUMBER. L < n, ;L-- b i *I r.-MOW
SHINGLES AND KILiN.
J. E. PORTIB, almaU~e. 71( Sfth
Palafol street. Oersf tak fAr
seats, awlags, camp stools a8d e4see
cat. et. Priems3 38sMle
VviWi iV iV VI Ar vve
All first-clas rubber-tired vehicles
and gentle horses. Phone 814.
N TERSELY TOLD
zur---u ~zw::url uu
Henratx & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on' building and painting
and ivo personal attention to work.
932 i. Strong, and 824 iaut LaRua
MeKlnzie Oerting 1 Co., wholesale
and retail hip chaad.'ers aad groceM
the only Irst-class house of the kind
in PeUseola. Fair k N' to alL
Why use nlferior paer, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, F'-ench Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's. O S. Palae.
Keep your system In good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.
THUE MENTAL BUSAU f to 'sar
speelalty aad yourt ble wilt
iaTve careful atteastma. I. BWale W.
NICE. FRESH MQ0lbh OYSTERS
ON THE HALF WELL AT NICK
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
L.& N.9E. &T.HN. ahdLC& L
THROGH5LEES- A CACE
NEW SIea To s ecairns
tV V UCAR$L 8 M f A L OYS M N M
L MUAAK 14L .A EB W4 I
California and Nd thw
Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kaasms
City Is the
and connections with through *sleo"
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to October list, 1M-
To California, Oregon, Washlaatle,
Montana, Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Califor-
nia and the Lewis & Clark tip& &
tien at Portland, Oregon, until Sep.
Ask for through rate from yl
station and secure literature. u.
formation freely given.
J. F. VAN Rf2NSBAL
18 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Oe
G. W. ELY, T. P. A.
W. G. BARROW, Maeter.
FIRST-CLASS PASSNIEG E AND
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACMf
COLA. CARRAIELIE., T. AliA
And all points en St. Andrews go
Carrabe'le and Apaa aelhka
Leave Pensacola Suadas, *8: *.
a.. for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Taosda 8:8 g
I., for St. Andrews, Millvile, Ap
lacnicola, Carrabelle and int*'ned*isas
For additional iformatlon apply t
J. R. SAUNDiaR.
L. R. COBB., resdniL,
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt
OYSTERS ON THE
DAILY AT NICK
Its Unfair to
Drag Your Family
arommm from pillar to pot .every year, if you're a renter.
seeking up a new location, when you can Just as easily
Pt Your Rent Mony
Into a Home of Your Own.
It's ill In the tartlang. We start you zight. We've
Mtartel others. Better call in and talk the matter ov-r
with us, or write for Informatioa.
Pensacola Investment Co.,
&. at mr., 3m amo
W. LBIMI, M mmLL L $IMPrm Seo="eay.
L L 8MtA, V,. A Sm .Ii.tir. EMWLu nWnW, trouser.
SOM. sMOS. 2 AM- OMMMgE a......a
V mo AWWW
216 0060 Pelab. StsM
-- .-- .- - I --
TUPOWOACOLA JOUWWAL, T44VASDAY AOR*4i.NG. OCTOBER 12, 1905s
V s-- - ---- -
Town or Take a Bottle of Bosso.
A Dolle's Worth for a St
New York and
are wearing Hart. Schaff-
ner & Marx tailor made
Clothing for men. Just
walk right into a suit of
ye~o own liking and the
material. aan' workman-
skp are guaranteed to be
all you're looking for to
make your attire fault-
in Men's Wear
205307 &S PaWoxZ
Marine Grocery Co
V. J. VIDAL, Men nger.
Staple ud Fancy Groceris.
Jut received-Mackerel. Spare Eb
Moaed Bomeless Cornel Beef, Co
71hh, New Raislins, Harring in KOeg
- hrted Herring. Black Olives, &So
'rymph Cod Pish, Hallibut, Bloater.
peatah Onions, Olives in Keg, Dfi
Itikles, Black Greek Olives, Sauc
EKinut, Sowu' Pickles, 10ancis Legger
61 Co.'s Cele'rated Brand of Canue(
Ql.mdi, Asprag-us and Tips. Lobsters
ialmokn Shrimip, Oysters, Clams. Im
sorted Sardines. l:alian Cheese. Ital
SM Pa te, Spanish Cann, d (Goods
White Beans, Red Beans. But-ce
Desa everything new and fresh.
6E0. 6OS, OS.
sacol Dyeing, Clean-
a Pressing Club
:tl the place to send your clothes t, be
JIed, Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired.
IBey are now in a positior to handle
.pVu work more effici ntly :han ever.
E. L. REESE,
Phtne 675. Proprietor.
NO. 11 North Palafox Street.
F. M. WILLIAMS, A
CONTRACTOR AND BU'LDER.
Office,. rosnaham building, net
to Pensacola Business College.
Prompt a&tt'eit-.n alwayv given
to business P'rsacola. Fla.
Sir iatam sad Flonida for
THE RELY CAMPICHRIS.
AT GOULDING EXPI
n ni orn
COR TURPENTINE STILLS. HIPPIN N[WSI "Time and Tide Wait 0r N Man
McMnilan Bros. Co.. "Time and Tide Wait for No Man"
M manufacturers, A very old sa0 a ut full)I truth, n hel- l
MOBILE, ALABAMA. VaSSELl SI RT. the ds" are ia :-:",,, a .in-t,,,,ortuny si
__ .. .. ....__ i< away fiom voi t" i,.'ii- ,!; Y a p!(,;>^'iol fi"r your wife ,u.; 1
"" e I' hildri m
r I IL M N I M i st. Vincent, con.inea ,to F .0. f o.-
Naval Stores Maiket. Harold. Nor ss. 1435, Aos, London.
SSavannah, Ga., Oct. 11.-The naval Br. ss. Labelia, Waison, Verra Cru
y stores market closed to-dav as o0. Keyser & Co., 1913.
Answers Queries Propounded By Cable Receied Yesterday by Capt .................r. ss. elia. Paler. from ra
W W ......................... 5 65 Cruz, to AV. S. Ktysnr & Co.
Escambia and Tells of Kryger Announcing Death of G .. .. ..a..e.............. h r :, io
............... 5 05 Kaiser Ger ship MarIn 180, Bre-
Joos in Camp.WePe.aco.. M-----...5 0O men *0 Master.
J s Ufe in Camp. Well Known Pensacolian .. .......................4 .Nor. shp ilaia. 12. Andreusen,
l ..... .. ........... 4 85 from Ie.ith. to M.-ster.
S.. .. .... .. .. .. .......... 4 80 l. ship Trinito. 1472. Santa ule,
Special to The Journal. Capt. Chris. Corner, who had resid- ,... .... .... ...............4 75 from Rio Ja-ncrio to 1: -lFco Bras.
Goulding Camp. Oct. 11.-lu rep'., e in Pensacola or many years, expir-j F.. .... ....................4 70 nar-
to the communicaiion from your E.-' ed in Germany Tuesday night, a cable .. .. .. .. .. .. ............. 4 30
cambia correspondent dated Oct. I"', announcing h!s death being receive& D.... .... .. ..............4 00 Dharwar. Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
will say that we are glad indeed to .ecscrday by Captain Jacob Kryger. C.. .. .. .. .. .................3 0 An;werp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
again hear from them. We have bten, The cable was, from Stuttgart,'and iSpirs Turpentine 69% cents. Nor. bk. Ebcnezer, 771, Quaill. trom
wondering for some time hat had be- v-as from W. J. Corner, a son of the Garibaldio Ital b., Ageno, 1348,
come of Uhe talented gentleman and deceased, who left here recently for G P T.l Glot:eeoi.ster to orde
are pleased to note that such a greatt Germany to be at the bedside of his tUG ( -rer. bk. Gesin. 137, F ilk from
reformation khs been brought about father. He had hardly reached there1 The following cotton quotatons are Hamburg.
among the buys. before Captain Corner expired, reported for The Journnl VWaily by C. N or hk. J. Spier Capt. ,tttki
Yes we would have enjoyed ver:. The deceasea left here about two Ounter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker. en. k.aGuvra. Kevsr & Co., 2t t.
much those sacred songs sang by months since to bay a visit to rela- Pensacola, Fla.: Sorenk.aGuara. Kra 248, Jo.,hn.
your excellent cho!r. We do not que-! tlves In Germany. He had been in bad No r. bk. t Crto Maste 248, Jono
tion in the ledt, the animatine har- health for some time, anJ It was be- Go' Middling.... .......... 9blin to Master.sa n 1
mony of the sweet strains of tie vio- lieved that the trip would benefit him. iStrict MHddling .... .... Kosmos. Nor bk, Isaksn, 12--
lin together with the ,oft and flexi-; Several weeks ago, bowevrr, he was Middling .................... Nor. bk. Mocco. 1052. Ellfren, from
ble voices of those (o.rposing the taken ill, and continued to grow worse Strict Low Mirling ........ L erpool. to Alex Zel s.
choir-we know aii these voices, they'each day. His condition was such that Stains and T'ings 2 to 1 ce:'t lon-v.-er o', ho A k, Ze ,
are thrilling. ; hi son left here recently to be with S meroe, Nor bk. O'eZ, 941 Prs-.
Big Drew Is still with us and as him. ; Nqw York Quctations. grn tor A. Zelli Tonnerson 80,
usual giving stric1 attention to his The cable receive" yesterday stat- ew York. Oct. 11.-The following Roer Tonn n, 8,
ties as master of trains, is -till hold- ed that the body would b-e brought to are the ruling (cotton quotations for to- Bret
Ing his job, does not try to cover Pensacola for interment, and it is pre- day: Barkentines.
!more ground than he stands upon. and summed that it will be sent on the first Cp'n C!;.->,e Al'a. Dan sh Bktn, 271, Rasmiussen
'1 getting the co-operation of all of steamer. January .... ...... ..10.02 10.0. C'ara, Brazil. -
, the boys and the gratifying commnen. Captain Corner owned considerable December ........ .. 9.92 9.91 Ocnooner.
daton of thp eomnipnay. real estate in Pensacola, especially -- Dori Am sh, Wilkie 310 Havan
h JlnMnie G. is with us to stay, hut on Palafox street. He was consider- Liverpool Quatlcn. ELma, Er sch, HeneLv 2v. lii
his songs are somewhat diff-rent 'o ed wealthy, and had retirees from bus- Liverpool. Oc. 11.-The following vana
that of "Don't put me in the Bay, iress. n.rc the ruling c.:cn quotations today: Hjaimar, Am sch, Axc'son, 5.. Key !
. but do not care to mention them at His many friends will regret to Open CL W'st t Gulf Transit Co
this writing. learn of his death. Oct-Nov.. ...... .. ..5.27 G Ma' Tavis.icr. 54
Court Dispensed With. -- De.-Tan...... .......5.3 3 6
Our court is dipE nse. with altu-r Some Seascnable Advice, M.'"r' ....... 0 ..5.40
huer. The l seson was h It may be a piece of sutArfluous ad l .h-J1. ..... P OIL 5
* ith Jude ohnson presiding and -ce to urge people at thi. season of .....
Capt. d. Amo s prosecuing tor- the yer to lay in a supply of Chamber- O
hey. Deputy Shwr-tff Smn.th of Coltafe lain's Cough Remedy. It is almocz Reform That Warn Too rhorotgh. G. MORASSO & AV J
"l" ownan d" Lv :e R eo rm Tbat Wa s 'o "2:" o: gll G. MORASSO &EC o HAVE JUST ,
Hill was down and Iave a he t ur sure to be needed before winter is
somre very go.d assi-tance tn mar,- over. and much more prompt and sat- Ol) Ldy Co'bura wag giving heL RECEIVED A LAGE CONSIGNMENT
taininh order The de.f-ndants -fors isfactory results are obtained when granddaughter some god advice the ,OF PURE ITALIAN OLIVE OIL. 0
the court were. A. F. I vis. F. F. \VI:- taken as soon as a cols is contracte. week before her wedding. "Now it's FRESH OLIVE OIL IS L'-CELLENT
Slmin,. Jame Ga er and James and before it has ber-.one settled in the all ve-y fine for you to bnve th ee FCR TABLE USE AND IS ALSO REC- 2
min g fe. The charges w<,rp all for .system. which can only be done by plans for making Johni over-i-f he CMMENDED BY MANY SCIENTISTS
minor ffd sea. Two w re foun- gui.- keepin the rpnmdy at hand. This. need. it," Mnid the old l.-dy. "I-ie may .
S. and t:--o neo"*'J,., remedy is so w-ed.y known and so !l- have some idea abit refornmin, a fw FOR ITS MES:CINAL ACTION UPON '
S'he upnishmtnt under sonn mee of t-gether good that o one .sofplw hesa- little habl:s *f yours, my detr-but THE SYSTEM.
Sthie IcoI-t \wa ,:y evoro ni w tate about y.int g it in preieren e to you don't want to go too far. either of G MORASSO & CO.,
,appt ',T y a.i, oe appollte y any other. It is for sae by qll a'orig- yO 71 Fafox St.
I tUhe court. Th:$s ,- a prep ouox Stn oists.
. whzih the lv ys 'r-' mrn- ,d a-cr.i- "Trh^n I rwas a girl somebody to,.l
l ingly. IH-pc' t sius nsion ,ot ~".;e me the story of a 3yung woman who FRESH
r'couYt. Our ;pwv- r a-' ro-v, i a in REPORT CORRECTED. ma(:e the youn u :L' she married LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN
* i iv Peir Pnsacola F'- net.11 1905 promise her be would have nothing tc AT
Sany f ho, lho n- -r Editor Penscl Tou -nalo with stroking. Wel, t!at was all WHITE'S RESTAURANT.
torue a.. .< r -,i '.,-a In today' i!ilv N',,,". my wife i, right eo.''T. hut he'd ever been a, AND ALSO
- thA, ct-. rr .- -:w sn al w ': ,mis ,r report,l as having yellow fever. A' tnmer m-no::-r..-, d l1. mierr.!l th, CREAM BREAD DAILY.
.- Ht orr, .t:. we w,:I. r a-r there is not a ca-e of fever In n-. little s,'.hlng he'd -,n nerus.tom~d tJ - .-..-
.ian rr. ao m n hipuse I w)uld l:ke to have the report get from h!s Fir -,lnca in awhile. <
Swi rs: ttnemi .-.- corrc-ited. "But if eTer she sav him looking at -
W. M. WHITE, It she'd re d him. 'You promised mTI
Davis Kidnapped. S. DeVillers St never to hero anything to do with V
Fidama Davs ha, nb ,n kina"ped. pipes or smoking whlln we were mar-
<, (1-it np ,red :,~,-:.... Ff R AL FTi ned.'I
hway esing n 2~ t to .. iv frost tv kill te Ye.low .Tack, and ear "'"len one day the kitchen stove act-
thi,- a t'h v om the boys at and F!om- ed like all possesed-flled the room
'ni n, soon., we arcr.e ,s-fl'ld th 1 .
O n 3,-F' t-.: no 5whio
!mnd'- ; -n i -Ant !,,fis :,x. t : '7fl,s hpo,'
Our tucn( :tm's 'v- 'v k MIr Fort
DO hl- Amid at''xac i-tn n-.,the
Nv -To~pj~ d otfl No I last Sunnia
cv- rt'3r Rt~let' 4 W" dKnot think-
IM th "re I 'n'in; e" k' riA h at
Tht tyat~- -n waNr,1.i dcn-i i'-not-
I~ ~ ~ ~ i tow.. Ap~t tt hy wore'
Ira' King l' hn Or '-- Ma'eIT&but t hev
xvo-r, .mviiie ',khat (la 1111) V. l t h~:ley gLU
SMessrs. FrTminn. Lin-ise. Corl"y
an,! Fritn- r art con:' nmpa r;nn, an ir-
iaPn A i n I.ti M'ammne n,>v,%
S o b civen l,' some of : f:;:r
sex of Br'-nti. i
I ('.n:<"or Connor i: now wilh us :
making l.ri runs on ll and 1.
,i. ,-i :, \i:ianis has le.t us. -'-
'r.g to Escambioi as boar-ding master.
V.c all wist Floyd much success.
I Ma")y Fruit and Vege- High Living.
oak Slkcer, the reatest Ir oIr act comntr-inicaftion we failed
adr oenthe merkeL Sample c ta' .at the banquet given a' the
e lot for 35 cents prepadl. :,':h n il .,t a: the' dormi'orn-.
Sgi'- ciln kby Conductor Pahin ant
JC Drha 1 mar Wiliam- The luncheon
1 Wrht St. l, at-th,, camp on Sunday last was
11 L raSt., -o. arked o, s-ucc'--s. Master of Trains
MCoIL. rFIortld&. GO,7a:<- an-I Nephew Eric came out
anl din.' I : i : u..
lndt.i -I !.c z pres entel is wi*h
S'.) t" r i v 2It cake on "a;t Sal-
u, MAL'aL NRhic A a- set him lAy Mrs.
liLo-:c w'o ils < pentiig a :. hilc with,
-. I ':\'k a- t .,Centryv.
5 l.a.-, Surda"y afternoon was very
pANCE ALL ALXANDR, N C. spend in eating chocolate
-pt by MrI. HCTrn. W ar e ar. We varey ratefu
St"o Enneerood laiston for the cake
ICE ESMALL. NORTHERS ON TASHE. thigS a s: t chae a rit to ust on
$ C.CLOL. HEALTHYF AEX. 9: S-'mo and for the cream furnished,
*RMLLV, N. C.. COOL. HEALTHY. EX. by ,,1a 13. Master E. E Johnston. !
ELLENT TABLE. ADDRESS Cd)nrrcu;or .Toe Horme also prps.ntedi
NVANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N C, us with -)rme nice jelly cak,> sent himI
lpL ;by Mrs. Hcrne. We are very grateful'
to these good ladies for the Aood
tbinhi a such are a rarity to us. and
NI.CE FRESH HYS'ERS ON THE of eoarc we do not care how many
SALFT E ,EL'p "hv AT NICK they lad.
TL. I Hoping tha: %e maj have an early
MERRY lBN' t AT GO'LDING.
I Illl '- ._ _-
It's easy to sll a suit to a
uman that doesn't ::iow what he
wants. It's the min that doe.
know what he \ -.nts and can
never got it, that we're looking
Yourself at Home.
Take your tiam, go through
the stock, pick ,-ut what you
think you lik- best. study it
well. If you c-an't decide to-
day. come back, to-morrow or
whenever it suits vou.
If you find goods that suits
you, we'll tell you the price and
make it as low as we can.
If you're suited, buy; if you're
No Harm Done.
Every man's whims receive
the utmost business courtesy
A Policy in The Equitable F
E. W LAWRENCE, Proprietor. No.
The Union Cen
protects. Get it to-day.
8 Went Ro.une St., Pensacola. Fla.
has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
interest rtto thpn any company do.ug business in Florida.
it should be" easy for you to decide the rest
B. S. Williams, Genera! Agent.
X-3: 10 rsTA.00Lj 4.e
Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of -
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
$ FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention g.,'ea to al orders, day or .night. Agents *
for Jaeips McKay & Co.'s c, ,cb-'ated Log andl Tim:her Do; also .-
Chairs of all descriptions.
p Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. :;
Residinc, Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. ::
!%!MS: !!t!*:1 4% t! 3ht
1 It Saves the
F Drudgery of Kitchen Worh
For mr;st women kitchen work i: a dIr
an j :uscs n.Ore worry than ii 1 h.-
duties combi:, T'h ir ;r ;, hrlrv
by a 'ot of work that r,:! iI. avoi)':;-l
GAS RANGE FOR COOK
Ask us about one.
27 East Garden Street.
raz and adric
n- In~ the ki-t'hra '2
I :T he uq cfc!a o
Phone 14 3,
IO>rdxer' Toir F
ICE, COAL and WOOD
Consumers" Io@ and Fuel Company.
the storepie ee ng, ut he- oblh Drug Company vs. Morris- Ofe-ornr Chase and Trraona. Phone 59.
he was k!nd of stuabbern. same 'as tLn Luiber' Company. In Chancey at -
most men are at t!mes-he just sat Mobile. -.-- -
there and M.1. 'I promrned you when -a Pursuant to a de"reue rendered in th-?e 0 4S* *4* S*4'* '>***-
Swe re"- married never to have any- above enrtlz'd cnu'c on August 10,;'
1911, by the r.-a Thomas-H CURIO.1 FS NOT AL AYS A SIN
Thing to d. with plpen or smoking, and Smih' by ne Ho oraf he Thoutas H "
this eom dntdero both ends. t ern Chanc ry Divi-iin c f the Statc of U R O I I N AL AY N
"And she had to go for The stove Alabama, ihe undersigned will sell at U 1II I O LW I
man heoe!f, though he was a real con- public outcry in front of the court It will pay you to invetigate our prices before buyinyour
siderate man, most ways, her husband house of Mobile County on Monday, i will pay 0 0 lliVsiSgat 0ur prices before buyin, your
was. You just bear In mind that little October 2S3r. 1905, at 12 m., the fol- r
circumstance when you're making John lowing described property, belonging Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
over." :to the Morriston Lumber Company:,
One complete saw mill, including o. We also handle Pa.nts, Oils, Brick, Limb and Cement.
building g boilers, engines, fixtures,!
,amanm Haorme. tools and machinery, situated at Mor- We can save you m0n0y on ev8rythin .
In the anatomical museum of the riston, in Baldwin county, Alabama,
Edinb'wg university four horns, are also the N% of Sec. 10, T. 1 S. of R. M i
preserved which had grown upon hu- 4 E., and the S% of the SW4 of Sec. *
man heads. One of these is about 28, T. 1 N. of it. 4 E. and unexpired S aunders IW II C om p any
seven inches long,. as thick as the little timber leases or the following JanI: s ,
finger and crooked in shape. A label All Se. 1, NE See. 4, SW Sec 14, Office 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
attached to it bears this inscription: 2 of SE and S of oSecactorStreet Phone 113.
'"This horn wes cut by Arthur Temple, N Sce. 10, Nt. of SEOf Sec. 2. Wf Factory North Palafox Street, Phon 113.
NcEi11 c. 10, Nl,, of SE14 Sec. W6 ,
chirurgeon, out of the head of EliFa % of SW' See. 25. N].'t Sc. 34, Sd
beth Low, being three inches above of NV ec. 3i 0E0 of NW' and
the right ear, before witnesses, the N'W % of NE% Sec. 35. N of SW/ -
14th of May, 1671. It was a-growing and W', of SD% See. 34, all except! A CARD.
seren yetres. Her age is fifty yearss" 40.acres Soc. 16, all in T. 1 N. R. 4 E.. This is to certify that all druggi.LSt
The three other human horns also all Sec. ,9, T. 1 N. R. 5 E.. Si of NE!
graced the heads of ladies. Y4 and N% of SE', Sec. 25. SE'4 of ire authorized to refurd your money IT'S A PLEASURE
In Sir Robert Sibbald's "History of NE% and N'" of SE4 Sec. 3. NW' if Foley's Honey and Tar fails t
Fife." a curious book published about of SE% anid SW4. of SW, See. 35, in cure your cough or cold. It stops tt,
the beginning of tfie eighteenth cen- T. N R. 4 El., part I of '4 and cough heals the lungs and prevents A M
tury, we read: "A person of quality. SE ad N See. 3. in T. 1 serious results frcrma cotd. Cures la
a lady of great age in this shire, had 4 E., W% of NWV4 and NWi,j of SW grippe cough and prevents pneumonia
a heor growing out of her toe and put 14 Sec. 18. T. 1 R. 5 E. and consumption. Contains no opi to slip into a shirt that
her from walking. It was cut of by In addition to the foregoing ther3 ates. The genuine is in a yellow pack- oa ve las corretly done
Dr. HI., and she was reed of painan will b sold a store house formerly alew;ass correctly dose
walked" ed as ea commissary, and certain age.Refuse substitut W.A. D'Al- when you send it to
samalll dwelling bouves. Siuted on emb'te, Druggist and spothecary.
an owner by said Morriston Lumber T TA
A neeto e. Company i fe, and also th exclu- TO TE TRADE. The Star Steam
"1 want to ask for the hand of yoir Blve t to tire use of a ditch running On account of quarantine, we wiil
daughter in mariakg, Bsaid the young trowh above described property val- not undertake to establish a branch
dan. aab-for transportation of logs to said' house In Pensacola until same is re- Laundry.
'"You'r an Idiot" saM the trat tfa.i. Telrmw of sale cash. For further yoked. We will make all oil anid
the. d particulars apply to grain shipments from Mobile, Ala.
"I know it f I didn't suppose. GEORGE H. DUNL,,AP, JR.. Same will go forward promptly. Sen, $37 E. Garden t. Phone 114.
yd e to Il tb.. ab~ Receiver. us your orders for high grade oils. Pe
Yu'd e tols another w in the ram 55 at. Mi.cael St., Mobile, Ala.-. PURE OIL CO., Penacola, Fla
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