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VOL. VIII NO. 238 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1905. PRICE, 5 CEN
-.. ..n..o i ,;, .ng i h citizens 01 t C
Pensacola as well as the danger to the ti Races on Street Cars
state at large arising therefrom Dr.
Joe. Y. Porter, the execuive offleer o01 Goes Into ffect.
the board has tlaav been authorized
c redouble his efforts: to inaugurate The new "Jim Crow" street car or-
and prosecute an energetic night dinance. which wu passed by tho
Against Yellow fever alonee such scien- city council over the mayor's veto,
tS( lines as in his jua'gment will meet fteen day agobe tmes effective
OW situation. The board's funds are today.
hereby plo dged for this purpose only The new law Is somewhat simllar:
so long as the state health officer shall to the state law which was declared
Receive enthusiastic support and hearty unconstitutional. It was drawn how-
o-operation of th(, Pensacola public ever, in such shape that it will hard'y
at large Please confer with Hon. H. be declared unconstitutional if anyv
L S*-pSoean Ir. Porter on the attempt is made to carry It to the'
round and familiarize with conditions Supreme Court.
St to the nature of co-operatian the The street railway company wilI
ItatP health authorities must have. divide the cars as it did during the
Se0o as to what ser ice and proportion time that the state law was beingJ
ci the expen. il1 b- expected of the complied with. except that cards will
Thi pla th wl attr in be posted designating the white and'
whur hance' Th whole matter in colored parts of a car.
Sor your ,Toar, is prepared to The colored population seems to be
Section your o, a judgment ani dis- will satisfied and it is not expected
Se I In .vwhtu a'-n a position b that the cars will be boycotted a>
,1: u-s--a i t he statefboarr was the case when the state law bc-
S a e tak before it. operative
E M. HE.NDRY. I
The Matter Settled.
Th:4- seT:l*. thp niarter so far as the
turnid- for ra:-rv n nn :o;e figh' are con
Dr Porter wil: be:n :he renewed
fight today. The r-:; wi!: bo divided
uip into sn:al is!.ins ca3h section
put under the direr- i,n of a physician
cr other competan- hoeas ani the raca
will begin to s, e which sections can
be freed from f'x e- first
All the available, nmen :n the city will
be em-oloyed in th, work The latter
wil: he swift and thorough. Every
house within 300 !-c': of a fever ca'--
will he fmi-irated I ,-.i11 ,1. ins'st. d
.tbat house- bw screened and rende-ed
as nearly as possible, mosquito proof.
REUNION CALLED OFF.!
"- By Associated Press.
Montgomery. Oct. 12.-An official o--
der today said the annual reunion orl
the Alabama Confeterate Veteran.i
would not be held this fall on account
of the fever situation.
" No water will be allowed to stand
I on any premises ani' this rule will be
r made absolutely and rigidly enforced. i
The campaign commences today
with November 10 as the date set when
ihv fever will be conquered. And Pen-':
sat-olas people are in the fight in'
NO. I-MR. YOU-N-ME AFTER NEARLY A YEAR OF WILD ALARMS-
NO. 2.-IS GREATLY REJOICED TO FIND THAT AT THM PRNrNT. DATE
BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND.
HE Is STIL
STA TB BOARD WILL fflST I$9ES NEW YORK TEA
FURNISH THE FUNDS IPA TIIEW TIIRD G
"" ts Out Philade
THE RUEllST OFGOVEIRNOR GENERAL Score of to -
WRIGHT TO RESIGN Up Poo,
IA Will Give Up His Position as Head oftn of Re- By Associated Press.
.A Philadelphia, Oct. 12.-The New
ive Up H is Positon as H eadsictios to CUM York National League ball team to-
Of 4day captured the third game of the
IA T P i Z ,lrfl. championship series, not allowing
Ph ppne ssion November I- the Philadelphia Americans to
Philippine Commissn November I score. Matthewson pitched a mag-
GRAN TEDf I Co J^ -APPEARANCE OF THIS DEGREE OF, nificiet gameallowing the Phillies
D dissatisfied W ith Conditions. only four singles and only one home
COLD AT THIS TIME SEEMS; player reached second base.
SVNi I Coakley was in the box for the
k. fni Ca n PM By Associlated Press, come public. PROVIDENTIAL-FIFTEEN NEW home team, but received poor sup-
Washington, Oct. 12.-Luke E. It may be stated as reasonably CASES AND TWO DEATHS RE- prt, the American Leaguers putting.
Wright, gov or general of the definite that Wright's successor will p one of the worst exhibitions of
t, governor general of the P not be a man now connected ith he PORTED FOR DAY. fielding they have been guilty of this
T" Jipines and president of the Phillip- commission year on the home grounds, Murphy on
pine Commission, will retire from his The cause for the retirement is second being guilty of fumbling three
position on November first. PreEi- not definitely known, but it is be- By Associated Press.
CAMPA4ON IS TO BE ENTIRELY dent Roosevelt and Secretary 'aft, lieved to be due to dissatisfaction ***,g : .. .....
I Is understood, have practically do. w4n the treatment of the Phillplaes n n I II
UNDER DIRECTI16 OF THE eided on his successor, but mo inta- and the unsatisfactorily situation at New Orleans. Ot. 12.-Fol- H H II I I
4TATE HEALTH OFFICER AND tion of his identity is allowed to be- Manila. "* lowing is the offlci report to *
i~ W~ ~6 p. m: *! m u I m ~ I
C0.PERATION OF THE CITIZENS New cases 15; to date
SMADE A CONDITION OF THE T Deaths 2; total tfte 419. + T
TA TE 8ROT TENDER. |re |T Inn IU1L0 SHIP SUBSIDIES C Cases dshare 78. UL IUllUfl I
The stat board of health has grant.- n ll IP By Associated Press. ""^^8^M !^ 1^1 1 r
d Peasacola's reaest and has given I Washington. Oct. 12.-The American, --NewOrleans OctII Inl
Dr. Joph Y. Porter, state health of- Bankers' Association today went on New Orleans Oct.. blic ter- Ui ln
oer, fll aub'ority to expend such record as favoring government sub- est today centered In e announce-
iaey (re t the state fund as he sides for upbuilding the American 'nent of frost in manyarts of the
thiaks aoeessary to eradicate the yel- Merchant Marine. The report of the s'uth which means the prcdy relax-
sow fever in Peasacola. currency committee was received but ation of restrictions to comunica- Former Governor arvin Nmi-
T1e tollowing telegrams am self- no action was tak-n. The report fol- ton which are now t greatest an- Former om or n N
.xplaa-tory. The Afir is one sent by P Y MENT lowed suggestions made by' Secretary noyance htie from fev nad by Aclamation
h:e special Citisens Committee to Shaw in his adaTress on Wednesday for While frost did not ch New Or- nat11 uy Icclamation
President Hendry of the state boar' an emergency currency. An address leans it touched points miles north
yesterday, and the second s Presi dent n was delivered by Walker Hill, Presi- this city. MIs sals ity receiv- to Head Tket
Henry's telegram to Dr. Porter. The dent of the Merchants' American Na- ed a touch and o also which
iegrams follow: iN t fr f i s tlonal Bank of St. Louis, on the practi- hav been lnfeet... appearance
Citsses to President Heeary. cal benefits of membership in the asso- of t l degree of oald W provlden- By Asacciated Press.
*Pesaeola, Oct. 12, 1905. i WnF M cation. Five minute descriptions o tial as thealyr n not ap Providence, Oct. 12.-Former Gov-
m e M. Heady, - 1"ne business prosperity in different sec- pear usualy ..111 E1. to thirty ernor T. F. C. Garvin was nominated
Preeidest 6tate Board'of Health, tions'of the country followed until ad- days later in these for governor today by acclamation by
Tampa, P. by Assoeiated Pres. journment was taken until tomorrow. There is deep in the an- the Democratic state convention. The
SCommittee of Cittses and wahatoa. Oct. 12.-Secretary Taft nouncement i nom S that the remainder of the ticket -was also nom-
Mhamber of commerce at meeting yes- today approved the sttlement arra g- IVINS NOMINATED FOR Missi -pp- "I "M beo n liated by acclamation, as folloMws:
erday decided that it wll be smeees, ed by the PhiUppne esvwuuK=nt to MAYOR QF NEW YORK *Me Ls rus ovroernor, James tone, of
Scary for the ate Beard of Healtf to complete the Purchase of the Domini-* "- ".,""* o, *,- Pmvidence,
some to rescue and use forty thousand can friar lands in the Philippines. Af- By Associated Prem. Secretary of State, Frank E. Fit&-
IStlaisof their fhnds or as mot there- ter the contracts were signed it was New York, Oct. 12.-William Millea V IA AI EOf a-simons,-of Lincoln. i
lt as is necessary to vigorously prose- d41boveed that, because of a differ- Ivins today accepted the Republican Attorney GCneral, Thomas I. Car- 7
ute the eight against our plague. City*ence In the Spanish and English ver- nomination for the mayoralty of New roll, of Providence. -
' s epenaded all available funds. Cti-' saos of the surveys, the Spanish ver- York City. He accepted the nomina- Im, ,9 ,, W W- State Treasurer, Albert H, Olfey, of
mens have contributed and will contrib- sion made the price two hundred' thou- tion from the committee appointed by Providence'.
ite further to aid and support sick and sand dollars mote than the English. the Republican convention to %ill va- ,. By Associated Press The platform adopted' protested t
Jestitate and state funds are needed It was also found that titles to eiit, cancies on the ticket. This fills the 'Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 12.--On ac- against the subservience of state in-
?aly to prosecute fight against yellow tracts were defective. The difference Place declined by Chas. Hughes. coun- ccunt of a heavy frost this morning, terests by republican representatives
lever. Dr. Simpson thinks twenty- In prices was submitted to arbitration sel for the Insurance Investigating Chattanooga today withdraw all in-lin both houses of congress to demo-
five thousand dollars will do the work but a cablegram from Governor Gen-, Committee. spectors from trains entering the city..i crats of the middle west and demand- d
approves the plan and will vote for ap- eral Wright said the Dominican agents' Mr. Ivins has held office as city The quarantine regulations remain in ed "Freer trade for natural markets of t
propriation. We earnestly ask ap- offered to compromise for fifty thou. chamberlain under two Democratic force, but today's action is equivalent sale and purchase across the Canada e
propriatimo and urge immediate ac- sand collars. Secretary Taft today city administrations, to dropping-them. orderr" t
tion. W. K. Hyer. Jr.. P. K. Yonge, cabled Governor Wright approving the r
Jo. K. Stillman, W. B. Wright. C. C. proposed compromise. The total i
Goodman. H. H. Thornton, special com- amount to be paid the Dominicans is OP
mcittee. three millions and fifty thousand dol- (C'"TOR 0
President to Dr. Porter. lars whichwill be paid in New York T YFOOD v EWA ". _
Dr W Tampa. Fla., Oct. 12. probablIOt T
ta lt O|nPer sacola, Fla. DA Me}
Oov. Bfeward wir-s: "In reply ]Ito M I YOU R W LA F AN E WL
your wire will say. comptroller will Y OU'I
homor any legitimate requisitions'
made upon him by the state board of rrrrir a
health. We judge. of course, that it |
till be spent through the state board l
of health and the state health p
efeer. Comptroller recognizes the G
ery grave situation confronting th J
state board of health at Pensacola. I I1 o
bave Just wired join; committee. care| k
W. J. Hyer. PensaMoia. as follows: n
priation re,'ved. The Sta:e Board e N i u t
0s Health recognize th, gravity of the T6 BBW C La BfM ng ,
o -'aita f C .. ('.. iZC S .
having here at noon. street.
The number is composed of the first Miss Gibson, St. Anthony's hogp*
rowd who left the city for the camp tal.
week ago, who havfg remalwed The deaths of all were expected by
here the required number of days the physicians, as the patients lhav
ere given certificates and allowed to been in a critical condition for the
part. Of the number sixteen had past two days. Mr. Wilkerson -as
ckets to various cities, while one not expected to live through Wedae.
opped in Escambia county. day night. Miss Gibson expired oa
Toauy a large number of others, that night, and Mr. Cheatham early
ho have been at the eaemp the reqilr- yesterday morning.
d time, will be released and take Miss Gibeto' Osath.
heir departure, and this wiW leave Miss Gibson, the lady who died at t,
enty of vacancies for any who may Anthoys hoptal, was take theM
desire to go to the camp. for treatment about are days slai
H It is presumed that she came fro
ARL SPENCER HA Chicago. She had been boardlag at
PRALYTIC TROKE MX. 4M Bat WrIsk street 1w a
Summer of weeks, and was takfe M
-y a it therM. She was later taken to the
By t tal. But Ittle Is known of her,
London. Oct. 12.-Bart aWr w scept that Just prior to her .2t
ricken with paralysis today iM OS a tated that she was a m1a l y.
acoaacious according to the a.4o fre was found agg her b '
ports. Bard peacer was the Ub lb olg pamumably that haer
.aae le4erIn ..the -use L .=ubw A ttelramS et- te U .
as been Firt Lorst of the Ad4toa.s (0 ut ed -a Third PasM
4M WINS EUCOURASED BY
M[OS i RISNEW ASPECT
lphia Americass by
-Americans PIatOF FIGHT
grounder. Heath Officials and PhNysiJis
The total attendance of the three
games so far is 53,938 and the re- W Belim m Ca
ceipts are over forty thousand dollars
The teams play in New York to.- D BOnq rd.
morrow and Saturday.
The score in today's game we as
follows: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 B SLIGHT DECREASE
N. Y. 20005000 2 9 9
Phila. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 8
The Chicago 0 Shiwe i New Cases, Ony 24
Chicago, Oct. 12.-The Americans
defeated the Nationals In the cham- Being rted.
pionship series here today the score
being: Americans 7, Nationals 4. *
COOLER WEATHER WILL HAVE
TENDENCY TO CHECK SPREAD
REPORTED ONE BEING A MIS.
n l T L SIONARY WHO EXPIRED AT ST.
UN I /L /UU ANTHONY'l.
TH TL Following is the official sum- *
Smary of the yellow fever situa- -
tion up to last night:
New cases .... .2. *1
Car H m-- Total cases to date .... ..354 *
Car Had NmlW SB rol Deaths yesterday .. .. .. .. 3
D-- IltaJ --- rk*., Total deaths to date ...... 48 &f
.u qg burled adt Cases discharged .. .. .. 125 .,
in. *-- Cases under treatment .. ..181 '
The big electric car, which is u e Twety-three new case-three
on the dummy line between the city This s the official report of the
and Palmetto Beach, had a merro State Board of Health, as issued last
escape from being deraied sad throw night after all physicians had report-
into Uittle Bayou Wedesday Ight. >eA to State Health Officer Potter.
A cow hia -e.a.se. Tsel epart is somewhat encoarag.h&a
A cow had ft 8011 Ulaastr gt s A& it shows a mal2l decree
the trestle, an' as the ar *m tne w' el pWat aw dayM, and the tat
the 7:80 trip, It ran over the cow. tfat ooler weather to bets expet-
The front trucks pased entirely over 6sAM will have the etect or partial-
the aimal and luckily struck on the ly prevention the spread of the dls
rails after doing so. The Mseoad Th ew Cas.
racks, however, upon striktag, The nw ca seereported last SIt.
cw, stopped the car. The ad al are ja follows:
was almost Instantly killed, but in or- Mrs. Rollins, 101 Florida Basea
der to move the car It wa e eceseary street. n,6 a1 Governmeat
As remove the dead cow. This require. l -
ed considerable time. The body of Mary Lovltt, Cevallos and Govew-
he cow fell into the bayou when re igent streets.
moved from underneath the car. Mrs. Lella Harrison, 510 North G.
Juaus Meako, 35 Bat Chase
ATLANTA NERO t- r e*
John Grace, 518 North Tarragons
HIGHLY HOn ORED J.t Stephens, 120 South Pl
Willie Bogart, 702 Bast Wright
By Associated Press. vra Perdue, 414 East Wright
At4anta, Ga., Oct. 12.-At the feaer- Mrs. Walker Humphreya, 305 J st
l of Amos Rucker, an ante-bellum =a- Gregory street.
ro, held here today, General Clemagt Mrs. Chas. Harris, 1118 West La
k. Vans officiated, and among tMe Rta street.
all bearers volunteering were Former Laura Carroll, 404 South DeVil
Rovernor Candler. General A. K. West, ]ier street.
udige Calhoun, Dr. Amos Fox, .and Merino Carroll, 404 South DeVB.
other members of Camp W. H. T. Wal- lier street.
er. to which Rucker belonged. The Miss Genevieve Murphy, 43
egro. who was a slave before the clv- Hayne street.
Swar, followed his master, Sandy Florence Caro., 916 East Jackk .
lu'ker. through the war ia the thirty- street.
hiro Georgia reginmeat, serving the Annie Ruth Caro. 916 Bast Jacksit
'onfederacy for four years, street.
Carrie McHugh. East Wright street.
a IMrs. C. R. Barter, 1314 East Jact.
SEVENTEEN LEFT sonreeL.
IUllian Floyd, (colored) 617 Northk
DETENTION CAMP ..a ohnson, (colored) Cr B. a
el John n, coloredd) Cor B.
HIS NUMBER RELEASED YES Norman Dawdy, (colored) Tarr.
TERDAY AND WENT TO VAtk lia sad Zarragoesa streets.
Clarence Johnmse, (colored) Cor.
OU8 CITIES IN THE SOUTH B. alad Jackson streets.
The, deaths are as follows:
Seventeen persons were released Young B. Cheatham, 225 North D
om the detention camp near MeDav. VIllier street.
yesterday, and left there on th raja W. M. Wilkerson, 620 DeLU
ma4es. iwune S.- I am eheet to quit
the big se sole metropoit for the CoM-
tUest, eW i Mgger. buot I Ihes set
liter. I have trled to do SUt that you
Is leverly reatoomd at aia
eUmmsoalMdw me to do. I bave ewden
wander tbhe Tames to the "tbe" sad slept
mesleFy uader Dig DeD oa his deep
pes booke the towor t e dtgha I
ait ddes an the oafts oNW till In
omed a part Ot the mtas. I hswv
bee to Winder atta Ostord. Chm-
ridgse: to meakmomd am. whb the
ses "a t hmeik e tsen sated aee wheer
o poet Themsee wme- "he Seuse"-
theuf the Casele or ksd etta sIt
ea the bIL
SfbalL, ese lb A he A esaa
so the m.g. reat ew Gardens, es.m
and bee tw f: S in0mpee0 Ca=t-
wbheb Catdical Waleyr gave to Heary
Vill. when the s1a eamneemsded to ad-
me t. end where Crarhl e of Anrrse
med Anne B ers were to turn legh-
ned hr thir Sekte Ito: to Wampetd<
neMto, wat's Dioe Twu rps aded a Elm
Ka*W'sr'eraslendoIs use"d d ialsee
1ad ave nh e*seqrwie meId e sf Ie
to Os poo. I baen beereted h af the
@mg 1am under the Tewu. whe abtle
Iawimes se Atues sald r#e se-
as women were thres to await tner
Ih -Pdmeet. I base "vtted beth eboo
f Palaumeet and, unaer Os asd y l m
crt ofr tr William JooMe. M. P.. ba
wteses a rimmase between the gov-
leeut and the eppeltiet. 8See of
tohe paceeand teldead I I have tried to
Mttle for your reader: ;there I hill
penak of when I return fr r Pata, where
I go tafev to me the great nMeption of
sI yGor Kig of Sf pal. for whboe a
maluevrnt eastatiou bee beas prepqd.
se s bat the pwepa outIl bere afeas
othtinr em "Mpal witb tesou We the
Pmeea eapitaL Is Parts all te hoete
vei be will trao m id e may other
thotamd handesee lpy pito pies, lit,
PIed i Horty pol, hate bewe set oua
sh the wtotf rit0e M thea M left
is-ster7 hoptep garsiid s a ser.
ems1l.P the geef ie eof tieor t te
meted mwe of t otaloe e* at al oft
lstingn hameeka of seaseaot beket
ofeto m to s eof -181 u-e bPM
rome hbarps, globe, w t rns, buteat s,
GI to yllow and ed tei n panm ee0io.
and every Pew Mwle the gpqeeo e-a
tetebeo of teai, 10 feat qO tC wit
tO towr, of GrMUada and Mae rmpautIm.
topped wt the ewed crowu of Cautie
and Lee and ranked with a alosum
ot the Fnab rde wMsfc th young
KIg wears upon hie fbreat. Be and
thee seMl tdhe dSeemtleus eme the
prow of a Wreat trireme. erentSmat of
what I hardly know. by the way. the
Are de Triumph. rered to bor atof the
vkfttM (of the great Napoleon ai bril-
Meet with red a e yellow ematbots, and
thbrorb the splendors on e eem the
-om of Nepoooe's vicertolee to pain -
"Madrid. Barcelona." etc. It io a strange
Lemdon ton witbht Itn feteties.
eves bee the comift of the yethful
King of Spain. Ward aqd his twrat
eose are drared free funtIee to tune.
tIee. morning. sooe and rht TYeterday
the" *peed the naval and altary tetr.
mnent at Agriunt ral Bal. BIt Ma-
jety wore the uniform of field marshal,
and drove up in ao ordtiary bre urham
and peir of tray., atteaned only by a
couple of ofleera. with a dtale outrider to
advance. The royal box was remed a t
crimson aid gold. and banked with foweres
eed palha. cocked with ool-lookting In-
lI the evening the spal ewple
present a gsa at the ball to 10TO wWets
gtwvn Koeeslatoo Palace by the Pri%-
cra Henry of Ratteabetrg Dancing to
Plaee to the two whte roomsn. wh r
Qfeem Vitioris held her first leee. They
me" simpiT deroated with pink and
whit't f.ter. and opeoing from tbhes
wert a sl-clous supper-room hung with
tbasket, of fn'htlaa. and a pleaan tea.
roo(%. prttIy decorated With a bre :
of wbhte andB vrlew. with as odorus bal
con overhangrn the cardees. The yrona
prtnee e~ wore plailo white dresses, that
of the eldest b heing embrtidere with an
ver Mlhlfster ('boat wa respoledent in I
knoe btrwebehe and gold buckles I
Before making a fytut Velt to Patl
let me eay a word abeut bow to travel
tI Rurope with th' least epe ,. worry
anId aa-yaeBo If the rese eedso to
eener'se. lt bhi ecesmutos witeHy. n j
retw-k)e' it to TU' better to tru el se
ond clas on t ry nd rapid steamer
than Crst clas on sow oee It you bar v
me time than ye hare money, der .
reader, thereto Ia way In which you ean
we just as mwe by peedlag more time
and bait as mu ch money. Join the Woe-
an'a Rent Tour Assoclation of Bostoa.
ThUo is not a esmmeweIa n titutlon, but
eraty a benevolent one. It neither seeks
nor makes any profta. It was organized
and exists for the mutual benefit of Its
members-women who bare been to Ea-
rope or who wish to go. These phllaa-
thropIsts seem to have reduced the cost
ot travel to the lowest term. for the
bene-iarzea are mostly clerks, school-
teaheers and ladles who cannot afford
hbgh priee. The assocatton prints a
booklet twice a year containing a list of
1.000 boardlag-bousee("pe aloes") through-
oat Great Britain and the Coattment. with
a classflattlon as to character and ex-
cflerm an indication of the number of
times the members bare been guests of
each, and detailed Inboration as to ant--
tary conditions. prices, table. desirable lo-
cation, "Enrlish spoken," Veentral heat,"
"11ft." "gsa." etc. The prices of board
range from $1 to $2 per day-about half
of hotel tariffs.
The Woman's Rest Tour Association
has commendable functions. It alms to
help with advice and encouragement
women who might enjoy a vacation
abroad If they knew how cheaply it can
be had. and bow easy the paths of travel
may be made It acts as a medulam be-
tween demand and supply by stepping
Into the place of a machb-needed conu-.
dential friend and adviser of women tour-
Its. go let aus who would Itve long and
be happy array ourselves becomingly, et
Into light marching order. put our foot
Is the road, fall Into step with a com-
patlo. of serese temper and booyaat
sptrtt, adopt the customs followed by
other travelers, art our face toward the
land we have long wished to sM and
"Jog oe, Jof o the footpath way,
And merrily beat the stile-."
Of course. those who wish to make the
Earopean tour without foolish expense
will not travel In rat-clam cara. ln
most of the countries the firat-class fare
I* four or five cents a mile, while the
second-class fare th three centa and the
third-class two cests or lte. A familiar
English sayingyls Nobody goeo fuoat-cla.
except princes. fools and Americans."
This Is almost literally true. The sec-
*od-clam cars are upholstered like the
firt-class In our own country, while the
third-class are equipped so neatly and
wel that (otsMrde of Italyl they are food
enough for anybody. In some countries
they have fourth-clas cara, but the pa-
wagers are not always eleasly and the
beesies are to he avoidMd.
tt the tourist deterMntl to emetpe 0.
lay and senoya9tW as muh as po10 le1
he will buy railroad tickets In a block
for his tour instead of applytag at a mul-
tttuad of ticket oees. They are the
mehedaule pres and are redeemable wth-
Th7-:r TotvF--p crZnJaCzrI f
out discount when not all %aed up.
As little baggage as possible should be
carried, for all above OD pounds must be
paid for, while la Italy not a pound is
exempted. By keeping bhis eyes opera
constantly exercising a careful economy.
avoiding hotels, and especially by nettling
for at least a week nl a place, the trav-
eler may emally keep his expenses below
$2 a day.
Let him set be tawdry or slouchy In
appearance. Let his entire costume be
nent and serviceable. If there is a
woman la the case let her not masque-
rade as a guy. but let her travel It a
new. stout, plain and pretty dress of
serg* or tweed, sad take along an at-
tractive silk waist besides, remembertag
Emerson's startling apotb@a: "The OW
eclousnem of being wOU dramad teMPart a
searen lty of soul which all the coalatl-
of religion are powes eb to eabe."
Soae tourists Indignantly rToI to U.
They consider giving fees a watt ea
servants an tmmoral practes. TM trouble
Is that aatnnea te rom it is more epa .
ailve thas indulgence In It. The Numernu
Amewma who .aissta eoa n ee treuetht
s custom and mannesaa 4 aroae as be
goes along has a hardz ee of It. te .-l
it hot water all the while I eve sh in
forget one such whom I saw to Luaseras.
As the bus roiled up froe the depSt ab
got out. tis wife and three barely greeW-
ep gN*r remaIse am ma use ea Me was
not a bumptioef or pafaea ousooakng
mea-rather oaquiet thba otherwia. Thog M
he p"esntly revealed himself as a erae
ader, he had toe appearance of a r.
spectabl% and perhaps plea, manuacturer
of brass buttes or pls ta ramo e Cooanett-
eat town. Be was eonsp esomu t a linen
duster aa a white hat, hbl small but
kdfly es radlated wrtakles, and Time
and Worry ad Jemed auma and ma
eedled in plowing a parethesls around
"Air you the laatlordr? be as!e ofr th
asn at the door.
"I am the mSn ar. Mye a WI at Por
"Well. ame boe. Mr. Maager, what do
yes change a en fafr boar Ar three
daye? After that we go to Serlef
"It depedt uS thle eooe &1. Sound
Oer, M francs a dy Wtar Urse rooms;
third eaOr, U ftreaems a dy; twa OQ,
iM baes ad t~or t a Itu ae-e
meser m't m&s N Oto m-4 mt
"Oul, zom o% p .t Our Saw
dboee 1i fdue Is e"S sr--Bat a 4ale -
Or, t2t a paelr It-yee sand ladlea.
r-yoe ea take your imes a is carton "
"By the ard-yes, Cap-that's w
well tat msa meaa. inag yu*ow e
dotye :xsat with an aa- -ae featar
"Very e7l, a*. we wilt M* to pea
yo. Porter, carSo a the la ge g."
This disparaging allusion to the pran-'--*
of stating all the matches red and all the
toothpicks green. which prevail through-
out Europe. waz the last feather that
caused the overworked camel's spine to
double up-the fatal arrow that pierced
the manager's soaL "Very welt." he said
quietly. "you can merely pay for your
ride here from the station-fire francsa If
"Put It In the bill!" shouted the re-
former. "I'llp rv when we go away. I'm
good for it Come on Marler!"
"I hare no bill against Tou," ernlAined
the manager. "and as you are going away
now I merely mention the Item."
"Coin' away now? What do you mean?
Didn't I tell you to give us three rooms?"
"You did. sir; you did; but I regret to
Bay that they have since been taken."
"Taken? Haint you ben standing here
The porter came forward and confirmed
the assertion of the manager that there
eWm aat a room la f to the bote*l
"MDIdt you jest say that yeou had va-
cant eoome o every m seiF
"We had at that time. ir. To be *a-
tirely frank with you, we lke Ameri ans
generally very much, ladee but yesa ad
better try elsewhere."
The Amirteras rwbrelr tofted chbs
gieda Se dMi *Marlta" stasditg aa
the "feAeaM aset the 4 g rt ia
A valuable object-lemeo on the tade-
structibility of matter, mad gold is po @
ticular. Is to be derived free a v lt to a
Cold refer's establishmat. Gold 1 pM
ent In or on an endless variety of artleba
In everyday usa and It esa be extracted
and re-used after the artltee has boee re-
dered useless through age or damage. Oe
would scarcely think. for Instac*, *as oe
hands In a gilt-edged visittg card that
after It has served Its purpose then tll
remained esougb gold on It to be worth
extracting, yet such Is the ease.
Old picture frames, books with gift-
ededd leaves or old letterlag on the cov-
ering. scrape of gilt moldings and a theo-
sand and one odds and ends are eareftlly
collected by dealers, and when a asfletet
quantity baa baeo amassed they are d-
patched to the refinery. Nothing with the
tiniest speck of gold or silver upon It is
overlooked, conoldered too leagalflcant or
On the occasion of a recent visit to as
establishment there was fond a large
consignment awaiting treatment. Among
a cartload of broken pletur frae wem
the sections ot a bege and eabatoely
ornamented trame that eme contained as
enormous mirror--p" Mt the O ar twags
of a hotal that had bees pulled doew.
Ornelly thisugaN gst tbm uest
have coat $SD or moe
saw* lto auvteles length mea
to the refers an part ttimted that
probably about M0 wort of gold w MN
be extracted frm tt. This ie by m eaes
as eeptitonal samp*e a the "mhgby
fallen" that Sod their way to the fts
naces, tfor pverlg t haMt o N Me t i
at all to always worth petting threagh the
furnace. Several large eceks were ftaed
staffed fall of adds sad aed b--o covers,
waste plotograpbl ateril. ete. Tbsem
were al ecramned lato a furaee sad
borne The funaces are arranged toa
row sad are Aftted with a poala mUling
lid. They are of various al ie, ascordnlg
to the work to hand.
The rubbib hatvin bees redeued to
ashes, thea ltamr tr th erefully asifred
and tbo CIPers lmow tito another are
to complot the eemf ia.. To the a
ashesA fluax Is added, P theO material i
then ready to be pU e"g I the ergtble
it whteh it oderaes Da el SeWA ordeal
and by t es me1as lse l is d_ e-red.-
Mlea isa e6 deM AltomegAs, Mifear sse
or soda. aSa* as4 spear ash DeIIereo
t oa. nso the
The as, taell
tates the seeds of t uandriM and
at thm as= tame de aamlalaM al thd b asdr
wetulp eXre"t coppe" Kvenrntally a1 point
ls reached bey1ed sUeM the aststI of
the crucible ala mao duaead no fturter,
the ve eol Is withdraws. Tbhe M beet ,
and the Slow df the ifuoer I- b ees.
necesitateg the seo naged t to hb
task wearrt"ag tIq. toot etl. seu
also a pa at pwedr cdestreetd SaM
to protect the bet md
After bele Jllwm to cool. e erelTie
is evthbe little ta e k am an* Ot
t. "tke'e nkSa oWf m a teamme. The
-rateIss aee thoe doIed o ioe etaStOIed
late thyo dbt"t laees. The toe ise a
gree iet tor and se6tea Of the sit:
the 6esmd is i-- a' Sl to pmo
tically "glaned" ad4 t ft all. despeOt
toby ts Vee t, wity a b IasseMf ge fM
Aceldests will bOppe at ttaM. hower,.
and oee0attionly the Wa-1 "sitW du.
luf the process o ( tUM with the WrseM
that Uay gilmoes o f .o Oaies to Ose
side o as eIeeOs.N wht e ammeo
veaT N tos *eesde e&t M I as" end
te preeoe f miWms r4etse
At tdames a er eib hbut" aid sMe
tests are p ee*I tte toe Ithe ma asgse
statrau the enudmsg pad revesImei ofe
tw- low~- ama an a- -V W Oft
the eetie easteak to te ^^ etk 55 U
tuwes r *** ******* *e* **** *e*ma
Iehat t boet A eulseea *s Aimms
#~t Ie m Ot W t atld gofs mo l
ehW Oldwtbe to mi_ t
ow AflWer Ct r 0 1 010114 0
pteindr.e Mhwin W g Pn
dW^dL A WO W 0OW NS dm e *
but aut to be waited 080 l to
dun eture te lm Sta ^ u too
&so wt"e u M
too d amid I-h em ef *t so
ee ls, t ONli ters --eas N O v=
away. bet anesuW to Wdiwiso1
arete one saM toae I I mea' mW"
the g es te hah re oe i Mti
lately. they emm dIeeed@2MA4
ousm ftrom n tel bu 1SiN hM4
ead toe the mfts mret. at oof MJw A
the baettom4 the f esm fe : NbOn
Smoked f hi -OW om imso ibes--- t
mid a great aftalt. whmto nMiM tm
cap, bet ure munhL
Another auto semetboo be dSu dI tN
Make way for a urdva eftae h1emas .
d4pe-U sway for anew a-tee *
yea ton F the ete Ms Il ae -
waters o e of -t e *t M etee t We
relia ble reodff a eP Ml o
is which tah megutlsleg ON~ b "
ferrd t. 9& to 1 a40 ib A ftIN
the pilots in the eftmas Oeeoo a.ineam
"NmeNW "Thewsmb eb uiemes"
made during as tbheasend M
wold ave beema &a sollMlI8 .tWa
the time has cme whb U *
answers the deme dm emm Wed
Northb Pole by mesmasoe m61a u Iae v
faond it seemesry to Ina mseeas I8
meet to take the hso eto thI essni
After two year tet saul a
legn espoetmets be has at fast
Is constructmeg ansearTatae hmet eaddwI
eroy mrequireme-the ru111 '"si
he CalIt. lts
WHAI T 19 y TIP 0306CV93t
The eaternal Sapeames of the
eaVpe reembls a a IBe 5bWf stwh UM
I"hes i di ame st. sd ig 41M1
with a window iIs ito"s Wa- ( So
vadtemsprpoes. b bas
it hbe a diea with a esmp e
of a evor., ad the5 pele
the dlrectboi moNve ft1 the te @ of
lthe dies. luAt oIAoe epeapas gi, I
its fedameotal giat ot o t 4
a rtetals wh et *ef ltego mrs
mashblp. whceb rotates Stest 5*t ad
feeted by re tarwans d the hltSW a**
An electromotor, wblehh osgIa twe p.
Itarly constrected sad alsutt. boBunid
ywhe ei wthtb te ower Mded br e
retatios per min tea 5las tha Sel
center of ttls whee,
CUlke thbe eoesape. Sa git of e-
gyroncope doe net elegp tdleee *Ho
.yme d1re.tl. wet eft ag as -t
S,'on the mebee es Wtfrheet t
rotate. Indeneeet Of Min f
bulk. Ip tiH oI fn Evapeae*
f ur a It w .
m t-wr t the es e o
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VWE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, PFIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S1, 1#Ss
C. C. Goenea, uGe. Ariapeer r
and K. WMITW
ie U Pa3aHL U l WS
S TERSELY TOLD.
The Meyer f hoe Co., yesterday sent
ta a additloal comtributioa of $10 00
to the relief fund and $6.00 for the
You may safely plan vacations for
yourself and for every one of your em-
ployees-if you do not give your
tero-advertislaw any vacation.
ON NEW ORLEANS
SPEAKS PLAINLY ABOUT CAUSES
THAT LED TO PRESENT CONDI-
TIONS IN THE SOUTH-4PEAKS
HIGHLY OF THE DEEP WATER
Secretary W. C. Jones, of the Cham-
ber of Commerce, who is now in
Nashville, gave the following in-
terview to a representative of the
Nashville Banet, the article appese-
ing in that paper on Wednesday
$ Mr. W. Chipley Jones, Secretary of
the Chamber of Commerce at Pensa-
cola, 'la., is in the city for a few
days. He has remained at his post
all during the yellow fever epidemic
there and expects to return the latte-
part of tais week or the first of next.
His family has been In 1 ashvi.;e
since the fever first became serio-s,
and he is here to visit them. Mr.
Jones has a great many friends ;n
I Nashville, as he married here and
lived in this city for several years.
'He returned, however, to his boy.
j hood home, Pensacola, a number of
eJ years ago and has been largely instru-
mental in the upbuilding of that pros-
perous gulf port city. In talking with
'a Banner reporter this morning Mr.
: Joneb said:
"The most diabolical crime of the
--4" A S- *S- 1--66
i century was committee y the health
authorities of New Orleans when the
fact that yellow ever had broken out
in that city w- suppressed.
"On July 15 an excursion patronized
by from three to lye hundred citizens
of Pensacola wa rm ot aNew Or-
leans i ter laaft that yellow.
fever exited Ist (e OMisdat tAty.
This excurden returned to Peosacola
on July 17. &rM rewta o o eO-
sons forming ais eaFeie- party
the frst IUnt1ao th tha the world
beyond the'dty limits f New Orleans
had of the existence of the ydelow p'a-
gue in that ecty was made, notwith-
standing It has since developed and
has been admitted by the health au-
thorities of New Orleans ttat yellow .
fever had existed there since May
to accept a axed scientific prinelp
a concealment of csnes.
"Business In Pensacola is natural
very much depressed at the present
time, but the old city will come jU
of its present baptism of fire a greSa
er and more progressive city than i
has ever been.
"We have Increased In population
within the past five years about 13
000. We now have in process of flo
station a bond issue of $800,00 fo
public improvements, such as comr
plete sewerage and surface drainlai
system, paved streets and water
works, and within the next twenty
four months we will have two rail
roads in addition to our present facil
iL.es in that line.
Deep Water Harbor.
"Pensacola is the only deep-water
haroor on the Gulf of Mexico. The
city is situated but seven miles from
the open waters of the Gulf of Mqgie
It is the winter rendezvous of tbt
combined fleets of the North Atlantli
squadron of the United States Navy
and even though she is now engaged
in a death grapple with the much
dreaded yellow plague, she will rise
to the occasion, and within five years
the products of the fields of Tenneamo
and the products of the magnificent
manufacturing establishments of this
great old city of Nashville will be
pouring through her gates to tae
countries to the south of us beyond
Lived In Nashville.
"Yes, I lived In Nashville twelve'
years ago, and I have been back here
only two or three times since I moved:
back to Florida, and until thia trip myp
visits have been very brief. I have,
however, this time busied myself in
looking the old town over from end to
ged, and I mut say thai the growth
ta.. been truly -phenomenaL There
have, it seems to me, been literally
hundreds of ne a y" fcturiag aon
other enterprise es tablished her
since I left, and there are mawv lo-
calities In the residential ditrictd
which have grown up so that I am
unable to recognize old landmarks."
One of nature's remedies; eannet
harm the weakest constitution; never
fails to cure summer complaints of
young or old. Dr. Fowler's Extract of
I "Acting upon this information Dr. --
Cuntoms lastector J. T. McCa- Warren E. Aderson. agent at Pensa- FRESH
naughey Is of duty on his annual cola of the btate Board of Heakh of uM.S 10 CENTS DOZEN
leave of absence. He is spending h:s Florida, immediately reported the M8 10 AT
holiday f the city. matter to the Public Health and Ma- WHITE'S RESTAURANT
The many friends of Frank Poun i rine Hospital service in Washing with AND ALSO
were pleased to see him out yester- the result that an immediate Investi- CREAM BREAD DAILY
day. Mr. Pob had a severe attack gatuon was instituted by the Marine C
of tae fever and yesterday was bhe Hospkal service and yellow fever an-
ArMt time he had been able to be out nounced as prevailing In New Orleans
since his recovery. on July 21. I BEULAH I
R. P. Butler and J. Baxtrom and Traced Direct, i..... i
families returned last week &rom The health authorities of the City
.Bau Ourande. where t-yv spent Sep- of Pensacola, and to the State of Special to Th Jou al.
member enjoytag the many pleasures Florida, have been able to trace tha Beulah Oct. 12 .The weather liaa
of country life, including Asking. introduction of yellow fever into Pen- not been favorable for hay making
baunting and boating. sacola to the excursion referred to. but. several farmers hae succeed-
_UBI.IUB .00 r.'he citizens of New Orleans were u.. e -lr.1 tarners nave sueed-
The steaer Cimbria which came w citizens of New Orlens were d n getting a ton or so under cote,
The steamer Clmbria. which came wise enough at the outset, or rather It Is expected there will be a large
over to the ciy from quarantine as soon uast was establishedt s expected their will be a large
brought a earto of 2000 bags of pot-minds of the citenship of that city p of oats put in the ground with-
ash. and a large quantity of kainit in that yellow fever really existed there. n the next 30 days.
bulk. The vesel is from Hambrrg to appeal to the President of the A. J. Busby commenced grinding
and is consigned to the Gulf Tran.i United States to place the Marine cane Tuesday, but will only grind
Co.Hospital evice charge of the that which has been blown down At
iHospital service in charge of theI the present time.
Telegraphic information was rf- fight against the plague. Everyone r Sabbath school started up.
ceived by Mrs. W. B. Reed yesterday who reads the newspapers is in ain last Sunday with sc sgd tte up
co the death in Jackson, Miss., of position to judge of the wisdom dof cons .inth f aood atten-
her sister, Mrs. Braffleld. As no this movement; and also to form an was not generallyknwn the fact that it
news had been received of her illness idea of the absolute necessity for wasto begin on that dates
it is presumed here that death was government control of quarantin Rev Grrett will hold services
sudden. matters. as well as of epidemics of the Methodist Episcopal church next
bAother contribution to the Unit- infectiou- ad contagious diseases. Sunday at the usual hour, 11 a. m.
ed Charities is that of $50.00 from Dual Service. A good crowd will probably be in
Moyse Bros.. of Cincinnati. who send "The management of health and attendance as there has been no
that amount through their agent. M. quarantine matters in the State of preaching for several weeks.
Jacoby of this city. The money Florida, are in a sense dual, the ma- Mrs. Annie Bowman is doing good
i., greatly needed and is gratefully rine quarantine regulations being ua- work this term. Her school has a
received. der the supervision of the Pubiec full attedance of. children of the
The steamer Florida reached ort Health and Marine Hospital Service, district. A few will not begin until
YThe steamer lorida reached port while state health matters are under the yellow fever scale is over.
yesterday after an absence of over a the supervision of the State Board of There is no sick to report this
lite. She brought ihn a tow of eiht Health through the State Health Offi- week that we know of. This is a
fighters loaded with lumber and cer this social being both a state vry healthy part of the country.
ces of taber. During the recentofficer and a surgeon in the Mari.e The quarantine at Muscogee is
w e anter t r her r tw Hospital Service. very strict, as I know from experi-
thereuntil the wenarrows and remaineded "Under this system the State Health ence. The guards are armed with
there until the weather swed. Officer being supreme in all health ; umbrellas and present quite a ric-
Jerry J Sullivan. Jr.. who is now matters, we are not harassed in Fiir- turesque appearance while oa. duty. I
down with t he yellow fever is re- Ida with the idiotic shotgun quaran- have no particular objection to a,
ported as doing very nicely. Mr. Sul- tine maintained in several states of quarantine there or anywhere else,
lla'ts father and entire family are the south, but in Pensacola, I regret Out it does seem' that some t1in<8
out of the citv at present and in their' very much to state, we have had to could be dispensed with to the advan-
abseace he is being -iven special at- contend with forces almost as detri- tage of all concerned.
tention by his personal friend and mental as the shotgun system of
PIysician Dr. F. G. Renshaw quarantine, i.e.. a portion of our pop- It's folly to suffer from that hor ea
In the report of the meeting .f ulation. loth to believe that yellow plague of the night, itching piles.
th epBoado lcorkhe md iMo t fever existed there, and also unwil- Doan's Ointment cures, quickly anil
the Board of hePublic Works held M ling to accept the mosquito theory permanently. At any drug store, "50'
ali when the resolution wa pas ed. of transmission of disease, have op- cents.
Superintendent Gngles. t was taeposedtheeorts of ealth auth
that all members were present. Ths, cities to stamp the disease out.
was an error. as the chairman. Mr.' Moequito Theory.WINDY V LL
Turner, was not at the meeting, hav-' "In the press dispatches of today I
InK been out of the ciyv for sonim I note that there were twenty-two it
time. new cases directly due primarily
to the failure of the element which I Special to The Journal.
Flrom the standpoint of economy. have just referred to to accept the Windy Valley, Oct. 12.-The
to say nothing abh.ut 'the famris mosquito theory, which is absolutely weather is fair and cool.
"Blue Ribbhr Flator' is it actuary correct as ihe science of mathematics The many friends of Miss Bertha
chea r to ust. Blue Ribbon Lemo'n and as unalterable as the laws of Milford deeply sympathize with her
and Vanilla Extracts. gravitation. and throQgh this refusal in her illness.
If vou are a husband, and as such soon expect
to become a father, take heed. Before you can
realize vour fondest dreams it is necessary that
great suffering be borne by her whomyou love
better than yourself ; you would do anything
in your power to alleviate her suffering, wouli
A liniment of unquestioned value ina pr,
will wonderfully ease the ordeal t
which your wife must pass; it is
within your power toprocure it; su
cannot be other than yourdutyto
Ow 6.aw k pe boseat am O
-abh Mbook ww -his fm
7 .. ---t
Mr. Joe Merlin, one of the guards
went home sick Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Chestnut have moved
into our neighborhood.
Mr. Connie Bonifay is still station-
ed at the public hard road at Camp
About 40 people both old and young,
had a grand picnic down at Camp'
e Lonesome. Sunday.
9 Sheriff Van Pelt was a visitor here
d twice last week, with his blood
Mr. H. Broux was visiting Mr.
Victor Mabire Sunday.
Mr. Albert Anderson was a visitor
Miss Maragret Hunter was visiting
,in town Wednesday.
rely h i Mr. Henry Groves from Cantoae-
dose. I meant came as far as the quarantine
a. O line Sunday morning.
t* an We hope the yellow fever wfil eooa
. be over so the children can go to'
N CE FRESH OYSTERS ON Ti
HALF SHELL DAILY AT MI(
IN QUAINTEST MEXICO
MANY OF THE OLD AZTEC CUSTOMS
STILL IN VOGUE.
pstasc te Meathed e of steevn awatn
a the. 1p :Id s "tne date e i--A
rhtmitu Uellwu and a Cradely
ass survived, and the wot "volume,"
earilny a thing that is rolled or
oad p-L Ae, a 4tol-is now applied
1ndtserlihiadAy '1to Ms t ubstit"tte, the
book of fofdef shaeti
' The toldea dheetor section, as It is
efled, is bounid" by simply sewing or
otthrwise taitehig fhle parts 'of the
sheetto bne another at the back crease
or fold, and a number of sections are
bound by fastening each of them to
some common support at the back, so
that when all are sewed or otherwise I
fastened they may yet be free to open
and to shut at pleasure at the front or
The invention of the folded sheet
thus gave rise to the-invention of mod-
em binding, which, in its essence. Is
the union at the back of the folded
sheets, which together constitute the
folded book, or, as I may say, despite
the latent contradiction, the folded vol-
amgofl~ petlet |
mb SdJQ ot
attains the size of a baseball before ar-
riving at maturity and so on through
the list until one come to the potato,
which is a mere mArble, so valuable in
its diminutive state that It is sold not
by the peck or bushel, but by weight
PAW mT H 1
(Continued from Firet I*.)
dress, however, was returned unded
Physlotans More Cheerful.
The state health oletals and the
physicians of the city were move
cheerful last night than has been the
case for a number of weeks. The
cooler weather and the fact that suf-
ficient funds had been given by the
state to fight the disease, caused 41l
to feel more cheerful and many be-
lieve that the fever cea be complete-
ly stamped out within four weeks.
Several of the patients now under
treatment are very Ill, and It s
feared that two or more will not re-
cover, although every attention is be-
ing given them.
J. I. Stephens, the Jeweler, who has
been ill for several diays, was report-
ed ltat Iight as" hafitg the fever.
He is very ill, gad has been fr the
past two days.
I I i' I i i il oi l
i" YOre a hard awe to
At or suit, 0cos eIn and
let's swap experience. We
know jmt what will look
well oa you sad you can
rest assared that you will
get the best to be had
r Ii While Castes destroyed a elvililatioi
SIL L and a people In Mexico many of th
t customs of the Astecs have been pei
n petuated by their conquerors and ma;
Th e notr Went wn to 50 beseen and-marveledat tda by th
visitor to tie land of "the fair god.'
r DP Md Many. Not the least picturesque of these Is the
Sg I method of storing grain in the conlca
. I iL t W IA. -houses which dot the land for mile
around in some districts and are prac
I- tically uniform In siz. ,
I- Colder weather 4s now being felt Instead of increasing the aize of thl
n Pensacola and contrary to the house mo were bunt, and in some
usual custon there le no ai*g- about places it Is difficult to make out at a
r the approach of winter. On .he distance what an aggregation of these
a other hand all welcome the early ap- huge cones may be. One of the quest
preach of the winter seasma, owi-g tions asked1by the observant visitor hI
e to the yellow fever situation. "Did thl Mtexican, or. rather, hli
C Yesterday mormg the themome- Aztec ancestor, deqign-the grain houe
ter registered as low as 56 degrees, first and then, pleased with its shape
and this morning it is believed it wil pattern hishat after-it, or vice versa
-till l r Though within a few hundred mleu
so illof the most progrpsive country in the
Many persons who were out partly world, where little 'Is done by hand
yesterday. morning state that they are that can be accomplished by the aid of
t positive that a light frost felL, whlie machinery, there tre many places In
others who were out about the same Mexico where the medieval civilisa-
> hour are equally positive that there Uton of Spait reigns as completely to
was no treat The weather bereau'sI this day as if there were no modern
official report does not show that any I world outside.
frost fell during tb ,alght, but under History ta silent as to the date of
favorable conditonq a light frost, can the origin of .the primitive bellows
be expected at 45 legrees ne. t. which is in use in many parts of our
In his summary pf weast condi- sister republic. It was brought over
06tC. Observer Re4 yesterday said: by the Spaniard several centuries ago,
S"IAot fros*I is 4d Trom ,Vicks- and it has never been changed or im-
prso~, eril N ll Wilmingtoh ,,proved upon sines then. How many
i (thl g? y, SOmaha, St. centiaries it existed Into Spain in Idea-
a W i.lete; h eavy ro,-t tically the same form before Columbus
now 'frmiaghtam.e M aphis, Knox- sealed westward Is unknown and how
vll-. ad Chicago, and killing froas long It will be before the Mexican real-
St, I ad Daveapqrt. An area of iwea that he can buy a modem bellows
)o .hM- etric pressure In northern not far from home and above all will
Meatal* I aocompaied by rising consent to use it is a problem.
temperature. The conditions are fa-1 The apparatus is manipulated by a
vorbleh" for fair and continued cool j boy, who alternately- pulls on ropes
tonight; Friday, fair With rising ternm- held in both hands and shoves with
perature and light northerly winds his feet. The bellows Itself Is directly
becoming variable." beneath the cumbrous frame which
SPRAYING GANGSARE supports t0e operator. The result of
the boy's labors Is about one-tenth the
DOING GOOD WORK wind that is ordinarily supplied by the
small rotary blower used on a modern
The spraying force In the employ of portable forge.
the city is now accomplishing excellent The Spaniard or his doewenlants 4n
results In ridding Pesacola of the tie Americds would look with scorn
mosquito. u. upod the 3,000-year-old plow of the Chi-
Two gangs are i;t Work In the nes agraturist, but .ere are thou-
city, a they ag busy, as re- and thousands orf pli in Ce.n-
quests come saw uns asking th a meiai1 al" s
that residences be with the -and outh Ametla ~ dalyuse
solution, which mp ver effe- which are "Ift on a pattern so early
olutiv 'tth h ery *--- IdentIcW that of te f*.voIte plow
Their free of of the dWcib of eonfekms as to make
charge siring their It reasona l .ertain tast their ortgi-
home done by no- als both ame' from tle hand aof
titying same ($aw ome time in ts B
aSclett t V smonly p-eat Ip
It .ke Shape e f-a aoe Or the point. Made t
po Ia lignum tae, "quiebra hacka" (-athet
pia ..t bInlaker) r (w wood equally heavy, it
b tobold taxes the strength of a gbod man to
the "M "Wve hold tim plow upright and guide It, and
ofstfeni K k *ud the novice who tries it makes about as
beaoor a showing as a hen does swim-
But h W Te ming. Then the services' of a boy are
pliable written sheet lmay be either required to tend the team of oxen. At
rolled or folded, each giving rise to a the best this combination can only go
form of binding peculiar to itself. The over an acre or two a day, merely
rolled sheet is bound by fastening each scratching the surface at that.
sheet to the other sideways and rolling An odd custom still followed in Mex-
the whole from end to end, the last lco and parts of South America s ecar-
sheet serving as a cover to all the rest. trying the Image of the patron saint of
This form of binding ie no doubt the the district about the fields to bless the
me ancient of the two, and it was for coming crop. It is gone through reli-
a long tinne 8n g-ral use. It was giously year after year, and no crop,
used, for example, by the -gyptians- according to the simple faith of the
ft was proaMbly invented by them-and good people, could possibly succeed
It was used by the Qreelk a- d by the without it That many fall in spite of
Romans, and great ibrarie of rolls it apparently does not decrease their
existed for some time after the Chris- faith in the efficacy of the blessing in
tan era and many lnduattleWi ware en- the first instance in the minds of the
gaged .n cetetiAtting to the perfection Inhabitants..
of the binding. It has, however, been In the land of luxurious vegetation
uperseed ftr many cuus by the bordering on the equator and as far
folde futr. of f.sr the nlavention from It as 10 to 15 degrees north lati-
ot' whath is attr btd to Nimenee, tudc the fruifs and vegetables of a
cing of Piigaoius (from. whom, too, more teqprate zone are at their
eees our -arairhat, or Chl, prtepard worst. The watermelon Is a sickly,
for writing en), In the third century pale, tubular affair of less than a foot
before Tirlse But if the fo has dies- In length. The monstrous pumpkin
appeared tie terMinology of the roll northerner are accustomed to hardly
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO
it Is seldom that the entire stock of a Prof. Walter Miler, professor of
dealer in potatoes will aggregate mope Greek in Tulane University, after
1 than a busheL-New York Tribune. visiting the classical, Urhool, wrote
the following unsollcitol opinion te a
P.-,U.itY et fMaxsm. Friend and colleague:
A saw cuts but In one direction. So "The Pensacola Classical School is
does the maxim or adage. It Is a half long a splendid work for the cause of
truth that to become truly pregnant southern education. It is established
needs to be wedded to its complemen- pon broad principles, it cherishes t,'
tary statement. And, like a happy highest ideals of scholarship; it main.
married pair, each is so wise, so true, tans a the standard of exceuence;
so beautiful. that we can scarcely tell !equipment t secures thoroughnes of
which is the better half. Maxims are training comparable with that arded
I training comparable with that afforded.
like lawyers who must needs see but by the great fitting schools of the
one side of a case. They disregard half ; east. To my mind the Pensacola I
the evidence and formulate their prose- 1 Classical School is one of the very
caution or defense in a single crisp sen- best secondary schools of the south."
tence. "He who hesitates is lost," says i Dr. Venable, president of the Uni.
one. "Look before you leap," says the i ersity of North Carolina, writes: "It
other. I need but to give a list of con- gives me pleasure to testify to the
tradictory saws to prove my point. Let oroughess who thepreparatio fr
me give them, paired, to show how dif- your school to the university. We
flcult it is to derive wisdom from should be glad to have more of the
knowledge: same type."
A man is known by the company be Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin
Ieepsi and History in the Alabama Polytech.
Appearance are deceltftl ric Institute, writes: "I consider the
N'mesty r e Pensacola Classical Scheol one of the
The trth s not to be spoe at a best fitting schools In this section of
Iss the south. I can confidently endorse
the thoro of its work and the
T" Imay 006sMpe" h Of br.h beathy makratmosphere that per.
; a, t aa et a w OMOMtir *lmMO ht e o or cata
-t Ma- logue at the adbres.I
11L. CLO Y ARKV ION.
).W'- JO I j Wai* gifM Pr-sepelL
buffo, was leading her out of the door
upon the platform some one In the an-
teroom behind cried out to him that his
seat had burst at the seam in the back.
It was too late to go back, for the as.
dience had seen him, and the two
singers advanced to the footlights. The
knowledge of this mishap took all the
fun out of Ferranti, and the duet,
which was sung in Italian, was so do'e-
fully devoid of its usual humor that
Patti noticed it before they were half
through, and, dropping the text of
the duet, she fitted the following words
to it, In Italian: "What is the matter
with you tonight? I don't understand
your nervousness. Notbxly laughs at
Whereupon Ferranti, in the mellMfl
ous Italian, responded: "By the saintly,
I have burst my coat: Everybody wll
laugh when I go off the stage If they
At this unexpected Interehange IC
personal feelings Max Maretzek an&
his orchestra began to laugh immod-
erately. Then the people in the fret
seats, seeing the orchestra and the
artists laughing, Joined in themselves
and the merriment presently broke eot
Into applause all over the bouse.
"Ah," said one of the papers nmet
morning, "there is always something
majestic in Ferranti's singing of that
song. People burst into sympatbetie
laughter without being able to te0
e"y's Breaktfast Lese.
Father (to sleepy headed son coming
to breakfast on time)-So you got up
before eakfast, did you? Sm-N-, '
sir, after It. Father (surprised)-Aftr
Sa--Yes, sir. If I hadn't got i
ft I wedMatb have ot any.
OF PENSACOLA DRUG PFREIL
THE SLOW PACID LORit.
This Animal Is the Slowest neviw
Scieetsts say that the slowest mov-
Ing mammal la extence is the slew
paced lorts, an animal -mre or H IA
e.esely allied to the me3i0.k Its teeb-
aleal name is "ayetielbs tardlIradu,"
the last part of which might be trans
lated "'lay footed." One et them when VA
timed took exactly thirty-two minutes
and three seconds Is moving aeroas a V
space of four feet toward a roach that
It was endeavoring capture. The u
animal belonged to ansi A taic a .s Hold upn our Head
that extends from Java and Sumatra
and Borneo and quite possibly some of QUit Talking Ye llow
the Philippine Islands, through parts of
Hindustan. When Its progress was Fever; attend to
timed it advanced "within ten or
twelve Incifeof itsquarr sted- business and go to
On its hands, drew its had feet grad-
ually forward until almost under Its
breast, very slowly and cautiously
raised itself upright Inate a standing
posItion, balancing awkwardly with
uplifted arms, and then threw Itself
bodily-not upon the insect, which was
of like an arrow from a Tatrar's bow,
but upon the spot the roach had occu-
pled half a second before."
U& Is pecas the different parts of
o hands and feet are so divided as
to for two lobef resmblag In shape
ian action those the chameleon. J A C O B Y
I the animal reas very slowly toward
fts prey, taking a-sectrw:hold of a sup. FOR-
peating limb or branch with one hand
or with one foot, bringing forward a- 19 lbs. GRANUIATED SUGAR for $1
other, just as does te eameleon. The NDW POUND MACK
round, jrotrdling eyea and the slow, W MAC 3 for 25c
mechanical movements remind one of N1W COMB HONEY, 1-lb. Pkga...10o
t* lizard, while the imsct feeding hab- New Mackerel, Codfsh. Edam,
its of both are identical except that Swiss, LImburger and Cream Cheese,
the chameleon hunts by day and the Buckwheat, Graham Hem, Oat Meal,
loris by night. The Iltter even pe- Barley. everything fresh ano' new at
sesses a second auxiliary tongue, which lowest prices.
can have no other purpose than to aid __
the creature In catching fles, just as
the development of such a member as-
sisats the insect catching lizard.
A very curious formation, consisting
of an arrangement of the blood vessel,
called by recent physalologists "the
wonderful network" (rete a brabUle), be-
longs to all speeles of allow orls. The
Himbs, instead of being supplied with a
arteries and with velta, are furnished
with two series of blooeed vessels lying FR A NCE S
closely parallel to each other. One
series is of hairlike tenuity and the oli O on ( i aPhM im. lN L .J
other somewhat larger, joined to the
first by short, tubular projections. This ___
rete gives great muscular power In ex-
ecuting very deliberate, gradual, al- woy Thte Lautha.
most imperceptible, memti coatoue One evening Carlotta Patti sang In
for a long time. large town. Just as Ferranti, the
AS A MATTER OF PRECAU-
TION ALSO PROTECT YOUR-
SELF AND FAMILY FROM
THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL-
WILL DO IT.
We A. D'AEMBERTE9
Druggist and, Apothecary,
Phone 109 121 & Palafox SL
SRTE PENAC@LA JOURN-Al S**--MORNIKW,"* COBIER is, 1905
~avowMum mismwwur monmw
TMu JOLWAL COWAN~
ERANK L SAM f -& ikwa3M.M
TnM A16 rp
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Mof anA.4 deeeo 11, 9 1 we* um-^ *41as
Sm as- v~ Uom Mn
minu. u L
PZJSACOIL& 1WIOPA. FIDAY
The State Boad's Respoi
To Pemscosa' Req eSt
Pensacola has reason to cougratu-
late herself on the god news costain-
ed la The Journal'as ews estums this
It means that within the next four
weeks the yellow fever will be cow-
ilately conquered' in this city and that
eldese will be able to demonstrate its
rblity to control the disease to a
greater extent even than it has doe
in New Orleans.
Ia response to the request made by
the Citisens Committee. President
Hendry of the tafte heard of Health
has authorbed Dr. Porter to pead
ach amount ou t of the state ftad as
be deem aeoeseary to completely wipe
out the fever la PI maol
The e*itwe of saam rmMy Is
left laety to the dtoreUtta of the
state Health OMer, at the eanduct
of the eampalgn ft s mosque atmnU-
eaota IS pla-ed t elly ud et Im direc-
Acting under this authority, Dr. Por-
ter will this morning rneew the fight
with lacreased vigor and augmented
He is authorlted to ask such assist-
aee as he require trm the city of
Penmoola, ana' that assistance is to
be a oemdoo of the ght.
Tb stte fadt is at Dr. PortWr s
d1nip9I in the work, but absoute to-
opwatioa on the part of tae dty win
be rspeeted In earrypt that w t e*.V
With no authority except its aterest
In and knowledge of the people of Pen-
eacola, The Journal has no besitancy
In giving Dr. Porter the assarseu for
tham that absolate oo paratiem will be
recorded him in the great tgot which
Is to be taken up today.
The city government has been with
the state health odals oem the
tart. The vast majority of our citi-
ens hare been with them heart and
spirit at all times.
The only opposition that an posib.
ly eop out now. If I appears at all.
will be of aa landlvtaal nature, and
seah apostlon will at be allowed to
aseet Itselt ff there is a law a the
ltate books to prevent It.
Aad mow for the great ftw The
Ses the whole country are now ted
oa Pemacola, not New Orleant a trba
present fever Oeeter. It is up to Pen-
Meool to demonstrate her superiority
over yellow fever and to make the
d4-mmtratlom complete. The future
of the Deep Water City depends on It.
FaIL and it will require years to even
aestralise the effect. Succeed, ana the
victory will be one at which the world
will marvel-and yellow fever will be
robbed of Its terrors.
The Journal's hopes are high this
morning. It has faith nla the earl)
suoeems of the fight which Dr. Porter
will Dow be able to make. He has not
nly Tbe Journal's hearty support. but
he has its confidence a well. We are
In with him to win. and by November
10 we expect the victory.
- a- - ~ S
I M1A11 ainG OCTOIBI 1is, 1110 ytou nave business puropO 9 0
r MO3mN OCOS 18, 1 let you cannot afford to and the sec-
.-.s* oad-best market for it-to accept any
cam of yellenw tvr. It ha bees but the highest obtainable rate. You
demonstrate that there need ever cannot find "the one best tenant"
agals be another epidemic of yellow without advertising for him.
fever I the first cases are promptly
discovered, honestly reported and care- If It is true that "money makes the
tully screened. man complete," and that, being In-
AN our medical contemporary well; complete, you wish to borrow enough
says, science has wonateverypointto Uc MPeW Y*, WMat ad-
ys, science has won at every point vleing will help you to do even
where It hais een apple* and where that.
the physicians and the people would'
permit It to be applied. And as it also -------------- I M
well says, the most of the opposition WHITE PRIARY *
has come from men who ought to know PLAN IN TAMPA. 4
The medical journal uhdoubtedy re-
ters to the opposities of certain phy-
albas to the work of the health an-
thorltes and it saets them up exactly
right-thry ought to knaw better. In
times a l thin, the opposition of am
phyditlam cea do m are ham among the
aerat aad tahe thoughtless elases
t apple than alnl the other forms of
OppOm n combI&ed.
Igoranace Itaelf eaa be oontrollet.
An Agnorant aa can usually be show
the error of hisa way. But when he is
led by his medical adviser Into a
coarse diametrically opps e to the aso
esfte theories et selence and practle0
everywhere, no one ean blie the ig-
normat sam-the blame Ites with the
physician who is responsible tor the
msa's daereas attitude.
The taly 0etMtea that ama possibly
be made S the work of the phyfiesL
and health obelate who have lsbomre
so harl to control the fever in Peasa-
eola ts the fact that they have tail-
ed ae publictt pose and onadema the
o-maetfa of these other phytda
wie have beet aonk a stumbling block
is the hmnmpalga which saiease aps
Itf aay of the "other physicians" re-
ftered to think The Journal's diagnosis
of their case is not correct, they may
feal at perfect liberty to publish their
opinion to that effect in these columns.
Dd for Men.
A few days slace The Journal pub-
lished la Its asociLated Pree dis-
patches a note of the. death of Dr.
Charles M. hanaly., who freely gave
his fife in the ease of humanity, be-
fag stricken with yellow fever while
mlaistering to the wants of the poor
In the district contiguous to Bayon
Darataria. That his services were ap-
predated an& that he will go down in
history as one of the heroic martyrs
to a noble cause is evidenced by the
following tribute by the New Orleans
States under the caption "A Martyr to
The name of Dr. Charles M. Shanley
has been added to the list of those
heroes of the medical profeasion who
lay down their lives in the discharge of
a great duty. The death of this noble
physician from yellow fever occurred'
yesterday at Barataria, eighteen miles
from the city, and the news reached
the city last night. Dr. Shanley was a
mon-immune, who came from North
Dakota two years ago and purchased
* plantation at Barataria, where he liv-
ed with his family.
He was the first to discover the pres-
ence of yellow fever among th fiasher-
The Oppoition of Tos men and other humble folk of the set-
tho Sho.IS NIOW Deft. e tiement. He informed the state board
W h W ter. of health of the situation and placing
From the current issue of The Jour his professional services and the use
nal of the American Medial Aemoia- ofb hi launch at the disposal of that
ton we clp the follow relati body he was given charge of the Bar-
o we clip e following re e totaria district With no thought of
the yellow fever on the Gulf coast: danger to himself he devoted night and
There is now indisputable evidence day to healing those who had been
that the epidemic is well under con- stricken by the pestilence. Three
trol. In New Orleans the improve-,~eeks ago the news reached the city
ment has been marked. During the that this kindly and courageous physi-
ae.ttre week ending October 1. oaly cdan who had been so asskitaous in re-
102 new cases were reported, with 24 lievtag the distress of suffering human-
deaths. In Louisiana. outside of New ity had himself been prostrated by the
Orleans, net over 160 aew cases were fever.
reported in the same period. The in- He was at once brought to this city
fected points in Mississippi reported and after careful treatment and nura-
an equal number, and Pensacola 75. ing In the Bmergency Hospital was dis-
Scientiflc method have won at every charged as cured. Without Waiting to
point where they have been thorough-. ftlly recover from the effects of his
ly appliedl. (serious illness he returned, against the
A' Vicksburg and Pensacola the pop- advice of his brother physicians here,
ulace is more or less hostile. due to to resume the charity work In which
the ac:.v, opposition of men who he had engage with such self-sacriflc-
should know better. Right-thinking ing seal. But the strain proved to oe
men are astonished at the spectacle more than his enfeebled physical con-
f substantial men. in time of crises. ditlon could stand and suffering a re-
actively opposing the efforts of science lapse he gave up his life for the poor
to coanerve human ;ife. people for whose relief he had labored
Al during the epidemic the town of so unselashly and with a heroiam that
Rarrstton. Miss.. has had an absolute will win lor him in the nmansiom of his
n--tfntercourse quarantine-`M-calle. Master that everlasting peace and hon-
--not admitnnt rather freght or p -or which are the rewards w f "a man
Seagers. yet it recently has had two who Aes for men."
* (Tampa Herald.)
the action of the County Democrati
Executive Committee Saturday la tas-
tag horM of the white primary plan for
Tampa and making a start in that di-
For more than two years the Herald
has held that such a plan was the
greatest need of Tampa politics and
this paper has consmisteaUy urged the
atotion of the white primary plan
for the city. There is a6 aase reason
why the plan should not work fully
as well in Tampa's municipal poHtlei
at it does in local poltlcs of other
ctesL It has been tried for years Is
other places and found to be sheeew-
fil Sad a great Imprdvemeut over the
old style of scramaliag tor oMce d a
bring oolt ed votes to place me ain
T Herald has eonte teo that there
were aany pow polats a- the plq of
beldiag white primaries for Bky elec-
ioms In Tasip and has thereore ad-
vocated this plan, It belag the first Inl
line. It has contended tat thf plana
should at least be given a fair trial in
Tampa In order that petle migt have
a opportuNIty f fully Ragin- of its
merits after a thorAgh teat. It It
faled to bring out the satsttaetory
potts here that It has developed In
other cities, them the plaa could be
abandoned. The idea seems ,to ave
at last taken a Arm hold upon tte pao-
pie and we are now in a fair way to
have a test of the system, and the Her,
aid believes that it will be found tully
up to all that Its friends claim fo it.
The County Committee Is to be con-
mentmed for its broad-minded policy of
giving the people of Taipa this op-
portunity to have a white primary and
make a test of Its elcieacy.
VX ofurse, It is realized that there
will be some opposition to the plan at
first. There may also be some defects
in its first trial. All of these things
must be taken into consideration in
forming Judgment on the system after
it Is tried. Those who oppose the plan
will no doubt do all they can to bring
the system into disrepute, just as was
done In regard to the primary system
for state and county aftirs, but the
people would not give up that plan
now, even to please the old-time con-
vention bosses. We believe the same
results will be attained from the use of
the primary system Jn the city.
The Herald as, especially pleased
over the action of the committee in
preparing a wAY to give the system a
The following Ulkre show The Pe-
asoola Journal's circulation for each
day during the month of Septmaber,
1M0,. with the average nuatwbr of
pt. 1, 5,000 Sept. 1, 500
Set. 5,000 Sept. 17, "5
sept. 5, GM Sept. IS,
Sept. .. .. Sept. 1, 500
Sept. 5,00 S*pt. a
Sept. 500 *pt. 21, 1 06,
Sept. 7, ,00 Sept. 2&, 5,M
Sept. 9 200 Sept a, a
Sept. 11, Sept. 2. W
Sept. 12, 5,300 Sept. 27, a
Sept. 13, 5,300M Sept. 28, 5,0
cept. 14, 5,300 Sept. 2, s2
Sept. 15, 5,00 S 30 a
Total for the month.......18,450
Average per day......6.. .. 2g
I hereby certty that the above state
meant is correct according to the re-.
ords o3 fle ln this .ses
Sworn to sad seaoserlbed before me
this 30th day of Septan.ber, M05.
J. P. fIOKM,
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNO.
BILe you "found work. Not na-
ie y work elw e fr your kigheat
oblUtes and aftrd you a increasing
income. Have your sorvicea ever beet
really WELL-Ai)MTUW .
Its not a klndges to Metan e-O
ployse who is a ma st- oKt's t
kind to his family, for he sM e mre
-ftttn employment" through want
ad at hittingg wag." And
you-you can fnd the right m iff
you advertise for aM.
There is always a market for old
or used machinery of every kind-but
but it often happens that you can find
the market only through a "For aIle"
After you have used some article,
and ceased to need it any longer, you
are in a position to sell it at a bar-
gali--heaper than a dealer cou d-*ead
still feel satisfied. Let a "For alea"
adv. be your salesman.
Your wife may not be "literary,"
but if she can write an attractive
"Furnished Rooms to Rent" advertise-
ment her work will yield direct
money returns d poetry will not
always do that.
- pold. I *n- .-- y a creditors. Bo indignant we 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
aid. * he that not a mouthful of prison fare fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,
Sense, Not Petry passed his lips for thirty-two days. earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transsitted solely by mo*-
This is not it poetry but a whole The fame of this feat got abroad, and quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of thee laeets to
Slot of hard sem in this little jingl the king, curious to test the man un- the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should and their way
that is, we de not know how old: der trinent conditions, had him therein.
The constant drop of water locked up uaz a loaf of bread and a 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
SWears away the ardet stone jug of water In a room In Edinburgh must cooperate with the physician In the discharge of his functions as uar-
The constant knaw of Towaer castle. Man of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct.
k Mastlcates the-toughest bone When the door was opened at the ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent In preventing the apraa4
p The constant wooing lover end of thirty-two days the bread andi rf yellow fever in Infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation f
SWie othe batohia g moe ewatr were quite untouched, and John 'he mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an
And the nhiat advertise waser wee e quite untouched and Joh non-immune) and the protection of the family ard the eattre household of
IAS thema te getstvhe trade. seeme nlon tlhe worse for his ab teh the patient, (especially if these are not immunes) largely, If not entirly,
In the man thatgts thetrade.leon. In later yws Scott exhibited his depends.
Denak B s piw-'s as a modest eater to the pope, very nurse must bear n mind that the most malignant yellow feve-
F STER KAand his fame became great throughout patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the moat susceptible
OME NUJTBU ASTERS Europe, while to crown his fasting per. non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
formanacu when he was thrown Into mosquitoes to the patient's person.
FATS OP PEW lsON8 WHO WENT LONG I prison for railing against one of Hen- 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there.
6 O O I ry VIIn.'s divorces he threw all his fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well In the sick
PERIODS WI'TOUT FOOD. own records into the shade by going room. and provided the Innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
"without bfte or sup" for fifty days.- during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
The Rem ataIe ca m f a Pirene London Tit-Bits. 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a
Otie Wo h $. er N ewWearly rew. patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow
STeasm winAl.&o--ratm oft the he leap tbbble's Colors, fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito,
iameus p "Is ba *. bN When light Impinges on te sqap even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoy la
Bubble part of it is reflected from the and harmful even If not Infective to the patient, and it must bh looked upon
6eW leog 0it peetbl* for *an 11 exterior esrface and part enters the as an evidence of neglect. if ht shows evidences of mosquito stings.
mamMtain Ik W wthout food of any de- fim ald is reflected froc the Interior 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless sbo
ettl m 14& a or solid? At the aqm1- surface. This latter portion traverses has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science san1
rtum two hunger artists," Signor Sue- the water medium between the two experience have Wien her to effectively protect her non-infecte, patents and
di 0a4 M. AleadT& Jacques, some surfaces twice and Is therefore kept those persons who are dependent upon her knowh(ldge and exertions for safety
d an M. !1f Jacques, Beraesnrfae's twice and Is therefore kept from the infected.
e an tied preier onors in bet of wave s interfere with eachy. T othwo 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must, learn to
Etland tby -taining trom od for and produce a colored light ntead of o handle in protecting her patients are:
forty-two-4ja ,nd in the eighties of a white light. Other waves againmar (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobblnet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His Bed.
the last named erl destroy each other and extinguish th 1. The netting of bars must have meshes flie enough to prevent the
U maintainedd health and spirits for light. Some of the constituent colors of passage of mosquitoes.
fity dayson a Spartan diet limited to the impiagink white light-formed by 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
lItof ewat threats as tihe at their passage through the film-inter- patient's body is in contract with the netting.
But fre so as to destroy each other, while 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that the-e are no torn
mere paues between meals compared others remain unaffected. As the film places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have fouad a lodging inside.
with some of the fasts of still more diminishes in thickaess the colors nee.- The netting should be well tucked In to keep the mosquitoes from
mete geoeratloaa, it we are to believe asarily vary. In this way is accounted entering.
coatemporary records. Tn we learn for the marvelous variety of beauty of 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed In-
that a youag Freah girl, Christina colors In the soap bubbles, the irides- side. not merely driven or shaken out.
Mietwelt aftr ab attack t tr was cence of oil upon water, the changing 6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physician;
utterly able to wallow any form cofonce oftl wpon bent techngi awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par.
food and from November, 1751. to color of steel when being tempered and ticularly important In dealing with mild fevers, especially in Infants ad
July, 1755 wallowed nothing at all the ga d!es of sone insects wings, children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease maa-
amore w ustalig than water. Remark- Ashk latins at Rugby. ifests itself in such a mild form in Infantile and early childhood, that It s
able to ay, after nearly tour yar of the latter half of the eighteenth likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the syVmVq
able to stayrafter nieery tory ef la the latter half of the eighteenth the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
this starvation diet ae gradually y re century ash planting was a mode of spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognled cases are,
earned her health and lived lg in punishing in vogue at Rugby school for for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
the land. certain breaches of school discipline. (B) Screens.
For a year and three-quarters, It 14 A boy who broke any cherished tradi- All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside
said, a Resmdhire woman named Eath- tion-as, for Instance, a mutinous fag of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens
erine MeLaed actually lived without who personally assaulted a sixth form can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
partaking of any term of ustesnanc they-was taken In hand by the prae. secured to the openings of the sick room.
Once during this period an attempt postens-that is, the boys of the sixth (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigatieml,
was made to fere food down her form-and subjected to a sound thrash. Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder) to destroy
twomnarrowy possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
throat, bt the woman narrowly s lang with ash plants. Three ash sap- Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way. and if used in proper quantity
eaped nsecatlem, and the attempt iing were used. and the firat two were will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average reom is no-
had to be abandoned, broken on the person of the delinquent, cient if the room be closed: more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,000
A Marregate girl of twelve, cue Ana the chastisement being ordered and cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and oae pound of
Walk, lived for eighteen months on a meted out by the boys themselves, insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupity the mon ltoes. The
daily glass of wine and water, a die- Sometimes the culprit was sent to mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
tary on which she somehow managed gather the saplings himself, but wbeth- hours' fumigation with sulphur Is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. '-be
to preserve health and good looks; or as an added indignity or a merciful fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled
Monles ,MutcbetWa. a Swabian. meat soncesslo, tIs not deoar--London Star. about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
The fumigation should be done in the morning. so that the room will be
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
'][ T*0^r]} V h/f, M C, C 1f\ \ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the o0e
TH TRAN SM ISSION OF occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prarrod fr
S- .. the reception of the patient. who is to be carefully transferred to the diss-
Y LLOwF FE V A fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
SYELLO I Cf A A v The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as acretlag,
yw..w w ^r^ i.rrAN r r r- is now conducted by the Health Authro'tles, immediately after notiSeatuon by
H O W TO N URSE IT the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when delay in obtain.
ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
A members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,1 Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Solety on the "New duties and reaponsibili-I Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the present
ties Imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care! epidemic:
of yellow fever patients. In consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, al W and gilt
the mode o transmission of this disease by the mosquito." from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a miletaqn nature.
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the obeta tightly
prophylaxis and a statement of the nuafe's sanitary duties in this disease, with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
which he had utilised in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after the-
lsahed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furnaltut aa losets.
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all
1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, Infectious, febrile disease openings in chimney, foor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows aan
which is transmitted from the sclk to. susceptible individuals through the doors.. .-. si s-is of a
agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg- Crevices can be:closed by pasting strips of P (old n pap ) over
omyla Faseiata, which is he common domeatie or cistern moequit of New them a p beplaced In an ron pot. Sat .ilaet prefef.o ..
Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. I The i ur placed ri n a tub or other convenient water s ti a
2. The germ or tran.smlsible polson of yellow fever exis te the blood inch on wer.Isith bottom. This Is a precaution w t ewith abou t
of yellow fever patiets only durBg the first three days of the disease; after- anuard against eeid.int, .as the sulphur is liable to ban evei adbe taken to
wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the houa se set re to
portance of recording theory hr he ak rt began. e house y ignited by sprinkling alcohol over t and
m. T se mquit (Stemyal .ae .ta) is powerless to convey the di- The apatae should be kept closed for tW hou rs, and then opened 9
ease to 5esmageptible .erson by lt* bite until at least twelve days have elapsed and wel, lated.
after biting the yellow lever patient Thi perio of eubation in the mos- NO o and 4e cuble contents of the room Ultiy te t of
ufto is the tme that is required for the germ of the disease to breed ia the the room by the widt and this total by the height, 4 to d the amount
body of the moauto and to migrate tram the Insect's stomach to its salivary of m .sulpr aeaes T eslae the rStiSde these t 0
s. The United States Arm Yellow Fever Commission found,- i 1900 nd thq euti w be mn t of Ur reqireenp y .a
that in Cuba this period varied from twelve days, ia the hot summer months, Take, or exaloe, a 15 I*M t aftt wi mmd 0 -feet high, we
to e hte dasd Wo.vr ner sea would multiply 15x1x0, equals 1,500 h feetby 50
4. Ater icbting the germa ia its body during the period will have the amount of sulphur required, vIs: 3 potjds.
-a 'wiole year without saMlloting above speclfied, he Stegomya It redy to W0 dlems duarla the
7 either food or drink, and for three entire period of Its natural life., w ift ms at*4 ever 164 days, provided the
Years be never slept, while Dr. Willan, insect has access to water. (Ouiteras.) Wastfr ta.4 was able to lanoculate
TI K I5I ag @9M4toen&th century phyielan, had yellow fever with a ategomyl Oy fty-ow43 4Ya. il4 (.Itm with another
a mmig hs patents a mconmaniac who 101 days ola. [Note-Accor4ia$ to Asra7e Mw'**"vi 'WIea In Havana
fr" s*Lty-one days refused to touch Can only be co 0xed to be unt l fou a447s n 4 Wit bi, is Laistsana, says
..dLM da if d Dupree, it b!tes without coaxing within twenty ifi tot aftW Wierglaa from
Hare on i e t eay wari the pupa case. It was believed, at o"e U, miat t I1 the ftMaels of Steg-
"TShe Arkaith etoritim About the same e too, we are In omya must be impregnated before they wil At.: (Sj i(t the o male, after
Formed that a French peasant boy of biting one,; does not appear to bite a saoo4 time or at leat until fie or
trictlons" a W oFloridao Cate-urux was or- known to par seven days have elapsed; but Dupree say tat the StagW ylas e Lolea
anges to nl the state in take o feed during twelve months, and that have been isolated and reared apart from the makes win bte promptly
creened da brick could yet waS able to do a good day's work and frequenlu. Probably after they have disote4 thr blowd mal,; sad. Ilk
never get an to that state.- O hIs 10fothofarem. Anopheles, within three to five days after. I
Jacksonville Metropolis. Dr. Plot, In is "Natural History of 5. A period, varying from two to five days, uatais lapsess afttrthe bite
Ss 0 Stafferdshire," tells a remarkable story of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever wi develop i:a
Ju With a Ruh() of a woman, one Mary Waugton of thehuman subject. (This Is the incubation period of yow fever, and the
JMN0ee With RWh(T) o olf woapnoe Mw arsWa rhton of United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found hat in thirteen caws
Jackon eosty to le Wi ton who appears to ate re- of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varie-
banglag on the lh iast. This will duced the problem of living to its low- from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after :nnoculatlon.)
be tie third bUa1M h he in S years. eat material limits. Thus, says her 6. From the above, we gather that If an adult St*om) la Fasclata bites
We expect a casmtl W amination of the h Liorisa, "she does not eat In a day a yellow fever patient within the Arst three days of the d:eaae,. it will have
records wol dew that something a please above the aasise of alf a crown to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (iclabation
like 200 or more murders have been bread and butter, or, if meat, not period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a susceptible person at the espirs-
Committed during the time. This is above the quantity of a pigeon's egg tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it-
execuUng justice with a rush.-Mair- at most," while her only beverage was self in the bitten person. Therefore, iaestimating the probable spread of
ana Tim -Crier. a spoonful of milk and water daily I yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his euviroms-
P * and yet, although this was Mary's mod- i ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
pyr ledIesat fare year after year, she is de- ithe success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-
The saloon opened with prayer seibed a "a. maiden of frea comr- traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view <: the fact that several
Bisho Potter l a n oew Tork awhile pez d healthy enough." days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the AMt case may bee a
o has gone busted You can't pray p lAn ee d healthy e wour. of susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
ra gro, hop, ohowu.- evy Times. Aylaethr eatffordhoe worthy of thm days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the
Democrat. eightedth century, one John Adams, present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case
e lived for thirty years, itlssaM,on a daily after its first appearance In a given locality.
Lamar Hard at Work. crust of breed and a glass of water, 7. The Stegomyla Faselata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
Hon. W. B. amar writes a personal and yet was famed for his muscular that the poison is !neibating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma/
tried here that he is making an earn- strength afd his plowing perform- bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is Innocuous: neither
at effort to et favorable reports on ance. Unfortunately we do not know does its bite within t'is period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
all the appiations for rural free dport what John te when nobody was look 8. Yellow fever Is not transmitted or conveyed by fomltes (1. e. articles
livery routes ze his congressional dis- lngt. or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
trict, and has the promise of the au- In the two cases which follow we gettheir immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing. bedlinq
tho s the wi e vn e! to o reiae g d s t or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
thortties tmat they will be Rven early on to more reliable ground, since the with the sick, Is unnecessary.
attention. Mt. LAar haa been most ftets described are little more remark- 9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable of
successful in securing attention to able than those of our own time. In transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
matters of Interest to the people of his 1771 a Stamford man made a wager the disease (a rare occurrence): and then only ift mosquitoes are allowed to
district before the departments, and of 10 that he would touch neither food bite the body before decomposition has set In.
th looked upoasy.-one of the leaders. nor drink for fifty-one days, and he 10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
the minority.-awon hs bet handsomely. The records, vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
Florida Peappes t G however, are silent as to the price he 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is. by the bite of the
On a teamsip sailing from New afterward paid for his deiance of na- Stegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
York today for Aa Juan, Porto UWco, tare.
go" 1,500 sacks of pineapple shoots. The second of these old time faster uf the Trrlned Nures.
These shoots are tfom Florida, having was the famous John Scott of Teviot-
been grown in the naolan river section. dale, whose fasts have survived to our NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
and they arego to Port Rco to im- own day enshrined In border verso. NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER. IN CON-
prove the stock on that island. There John's first experiment as a faster was
is hardly anything, that cannot bW ia- when hewas Incarcerated for not pay- SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
"In5tVA1 w iJNudIUUU UAM -Tama& par. gh.rdo.iiga wa 1Nnuscnec dr asriei em gmnofel
IKE PE%*A*64.A JOURNALw PUioAY MOmmNG, CTosg 15i *ls
p -a II -
WHO maSISS THE STIULAT-
mIe smw TO mxcas[L
so oubemrs pa"no outgo a Vsm
0 'aeOkmk at MOW VU4 ISlO.
Rsns- 4.bnsin.a aa ~so We&
inbuwhy as-thonu0 oit.
val Association on West oare seet e most hardened tea drink may
there is so j ooft e admit that tea drinking can be and
4Me of yelsow fever t Peammol. Mr. d be
MLbere, wrth a forceof skilled a- often ovstam, and yet the boet
aeiants s bisy executing the deigs known tea topers do not appear to have
Sbr the Mardi Gras Processio of 1 .. suersd In consequence of their excess-
The delga"s are beastes ad the pub- v. indlguiam t the cheering cup.
le knows that Mr. Webere will do be Qulncey was a notabletoa toper.
what is right ta the way of presenting aI his pletua of a winter evening in
thbm. Already seven Gats are tm his cettago s og Oumber
edo and covered. The others should bifs he mentis the tea equpage on a
be completed by the Orat of Jna0y Mbe besdee the fre, and behMnd the
Srer leave s ent time for do. tae a fair t aer wb dty It
coltting ad theor fMning toame. W e to af ai aas-t e Us w ote -
This,t taking money, It s actit s o cs. De Quacey declares that
the lnmtetion of the Carival AsOCa-vi rateaDo 8 cocatht
tSia to eSpend about Sfty per cent. d k t clcm ate ight
s maT easm the C atsval at 1S to 4 In the mrani. and datim the in-
t e has b-i saeat hegwsBore. By tIsNoi as "the favorite beverage of th
wo dotng It s believed that twice as itelleetuaL"
aeo a display can be made, as the Another ten taper was Ka utt, the
awbes ato te cAssmel~an. feel t t stsayst, who was et eln y very fond
their egpesreofe in this work has oa the beverage, but seems to have
distinct aooy vtae m t e on t to ak i etC extorda ry tr th.
the 5pa 0ed- We aere tom Oe eellent a authority that
o tedly a rtclasste Marda oras be etw o aces for his breakfast
for 1 M wffl Do-ch min asitI the and two r i t e, with cram and
Ci rtoroo- the g1uP that t Is I ___ f o St Set ons-4Ioc g-
bvftg Jut now. and a supreme elort
w$ be mad. to surpass all previous e paid at first 14 aIling and after-.
a01-eAnsR wUed 12S abilaps per pound. Perhaps
TOe er'tOn e thousand dollars in ts UtLavagame and exeess e coan-
dA is eeed now. The work has samea ofe t may eeounat for some
bum elrrtas e tr wee" s on credit, of the meaydist' qearfm- s
but bmter sidaW mam be ecured with Oowpor, as we all koew, app ecate0
OeaN.& UNA~A L'Ioy heavy me- to a1e0 ll Mas na r the rarsrat
bmor o the noae O Imte Uh5kIwt isf but thW is hardly sucient evI-
e0 A""oM M trmrer, e are Out of deM to bhow that ho was guilty of
the the e t eelnew ves upon as U e f lb "t m am s
to t t ost of those stock. e ter was o enm Dr. Joeam.
W th If ma a Io & o e fan. to era s _ aSM
E"or W aM -heirusual WNikn abam isod assidesly are too weln
"I o. 5. I. 1sin (wh e V e w IIIo
mll mowon te"a) in eam at Os know to ned eMng WCL HIs
~het Nttdio ad -ak, Pa m a- who me d appeate to hae been tweaty-
WE leo apr er edit sad sburse. IV e ps which he drank at a stti.
This a mat attended to detract from but Ina mitflon ofat jdgmet It abould
the iortIaa of extermaating in- be remembered eat t all pretabliUty
t0 i0squaitoes or from hearing for the cups were man maler than the
din sok asi needy, for these are the eacups in me at the present time.
iaa e nust nowi.8 ,l Johnson told Miss Iesynelos In
Out, the "*aouds Will Soon Roll by, playful verse:
1 s-11in" and the altnmte Importancea The -M-- not a tteas
Of fit Osrnival must not be over4ook- AI a gulItOn. "
Thee esm lay of pe~~~ple la rem. And he described himself as a hard
amla d bren P4f a laSa that are mad and h ainelMea sU drinker, who
aMb to doa6te to fever relief and ad- has for UNe years diluted his meals
veoe on their stock subscriptions to with only the oInftl of thls fasclnat-
the ie ]ratmhral at the same time. Ing plant: whose kettle has scarcely
What oU oo tribute now you will ime to cool; who with tea m @m the
aot have to eough up to thooe peerless evennlag, with tea nol s the midnight
adMam4 M- ssar. Mahargil and sad with tea welms the morning."
uayh. It is aa samdan u itfesslon, but we
The CaralvOl f 16 will es A orgeo ma bound to rI sobr that this in-
m 4 pla tog s *ineand it Is pr- mperat te% lbbl eb to the ages
PO to aord ththeheousads of towws- t seventy-fve.
e a d stn rs ran d tme. To Johson's recowl was equaled by
Ctavsa ASnoclati.n w be Pa o Bd. o Gilbert Baet, the autor of
nr. will be spaed. he well known "History of My Own
Chairma t of the Building Com. Tims," who Is reported to have dis-
poed at twenty-lve cups in a morn-
F la. A" Ather man of letters of a very
UMES 0 CENTS DOZEN different type, Nathaniel Hawthorne.
AT who might have equaled the doctor,
WHITE'S RESTAURANT. curbed his tea drinking propoiltles
AND ALSO t early. When he was a very young
CREAM BREAD DAILY. man Hawthorne was nla the babit of
visiting at a boase where the host
0P MNG Of TH ade, excellent te. and a evening
when tNe vG itIr's etp was ppose to
ceclAL SCHOOL be called b salid: "Now, Mr. Raw-
CLASSICAL SCHOOL I IIs"to playUmr* ra
to your Johansn. I know you are a
A a asdlave to my tea" The young man
At a sh t ia of cue a doho hm b IB made no r .ply, e he h ad no inclina.-
of the 1'm ls Claasleacl S heol d tion to play the rmle asagned to him.
Sept. M. 19U. It was Ctomadvisable to and for five years from that night
no t optaing of the coming Hawthorne did aet te a cup of tea-
ewt mati r favorable condi- a protest which aeis as excessive in
tWas prevail. s way as the Incliation which his
.L LATY ARMSTRONG, hostess had attributed to him.
Principal. There have boeen other heroes of the
CITY 1 oa w WEL teapot aot a tew. Hartley Coleridge
CITY PTON OWEL may fairly claim a place among the
..HFO ta topers. Some me s said to have
enft f tm Uoa %a beft et. asked him es bhw ma"y eupe be
pr1 d ovrthe results being ob. uo aUy drank and to have received the
M1ned by the city In feeding the cityJ scorfaul roq : "CEps! I don't count
Prbomers. Not only Is the food bet- 6 cupe. I cooit by pets!" Then
ter. but it is furnished the prisone-s, there have bmn others whom it would
In such quantity that the men are' be hardly fair to rank as tea topers,
*able to do a day's work for Lte city but who have *hows marked devotion
whenb placeed upon the streets. I to the teapot. In reeent days Mr. Glad.
A Journal reporter made a trip tone and Dean Stanley would appear
though the kitkehen yesterday, where aIn this classes, but Indeed any list of
spper was being cooked, and and enthusiastic lovers In recent times of
alao questioed a number of prison- .what Waller called the "best of herbs"
era, sme of whom had been in jail w be of st Iorinat "
under the old oonditlons, where the wol beof mt odinate length.-
feediag was awarded by contract. London Glob.
All of the prisoners stated that
the food ws not only a great deal When doctors fall, try Burdlock
better, but that they were given sf- B0lood Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, con-
lelent qnatity to conethute a meal. stiptiuon; 1i1goratsi the whole sys-
A bill of frre is posted in the p L
lice station rhicb states what will NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
be served fo breakfast dinner and ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK I
saMpper each y dring the wek. It APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY 4
varies each day, and i as good aa is DAY.
arwed la the average mlly. H
LIM, S 10 CENTS DOZEN
ASsay 3 1,
CREAM BREAD DAILY.
NEGRO WAS AVISTED
ON SERIOUS CHARGE
John Jackso, colored, was taken
into custody yesterday by Police Of-
fleer Spottswood on a serious charge
It is alleged' that after assaulting his
wife with his hands, feet and a stick,
Jackson wanted& to sang the woman.
and (rom ber aceoo would have done
Srei ^ so. but for the fact that she left be-
fore he could carry out his Intention.
She reported the matter to Oicer
Reed. and a warreat was lasued for
qmm-. gae .domS, the arrest of Jackson. He was found
asekese. we-hat.oev. v by Ofcer Spottawood on South Alca-
Mom as 5me m omsae~ CCC. nt str et, and notwithstanding his
tertsg ame ce.., cua, orw.v. sm beast that he could not be arrested.
., *IaLU lBIm I EUs be was taken into custody and sent
-^^ ^ -w-- B--HaBio-a iLjn
the first set of splints was cut, and so Quina O Guttman ............ 10.00
it goes until the whole block has been Frank Reilly ................ 526.00
converted into slim little red or blue S. A. Friedman.................. 10.00
capped fellows, each one snappish and D. Danheisser ............. 5.00
ull of fre.-Edward W isto Frea H. 0. Anson............... ..10 00
Ina Youth's Companion. Marston & Quina ............. 2U.00
W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00
N. Goldring .................... 15.00
A Ryal latowvtbw. Cash.. .. .. ................ 5.00 T
In his "Tracks of a Rolling Stowe" W. H. White & Co............ 5.00 E
Henry F. Coke describes an Iterview Warren Fish Co.............. 100.00 D
he had as a boy with King William Pensacola tables ............ 10.00
IV. of England and Queen Adelaide in C. Thieen .................. 100.00 j
the early part of the last century. He Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00 F
describes the two thrones and says: J.. MGaughey............ 5.0 0
William IV. sat on one. Que A Armour Packing Co.......... 5.00
aideontheother. I cannot say D on Bro. ........ .00F
r we were marched past In turn or L g. Brown & Co........... oo
bow I came there. But I remember Jud H. Bellinger............. 15.0
the look of the king in his navd al un- Marks Gayle ............ 80 00
form-his white kerseymere breaks. b wlft Co., ................. 6 00 A
pink silk stockings and buckled saoes. MIs Fanlie Henderson ........ 2.50
le took me between his kmes a MCK"ns0 Oerting A Co., ...... 10 00
asked, 'Well, what are you going to- be, Dunwody-Alken Co ............ H.00 B
my little man? 'A sailor' sald L with J- 5. Bobrts ................ 5.00 N
brasen simplcity. 'Goingto avenge Cti enNabtlo"a ab. 9"
hedeathofNelsone? Fodat s F. W. arsh.................15 00 N
plumsT 'Yes,'saildL k: M. Cary .................. 10 00 R
"Opon this the king fetched ftreM the J. d. O'Brie ............... O c
lepths of his waistcoat pocket a ea- S Penacol as Co ............ 160.00 L
aecious gold box and opened It with a electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100 00 N
ap, as though he were going to afer Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00 P
ne a pinch of snuff. There's for ye* John C. Avery................. 5.00 A
said be. P. Martias.. .. ........... 5.00 S
'I helped myaslf, unnerved by te3 JW. M y10 ** ** ** ** 5.00 V
Ituatim and, with my small IN Weie1-Kah 0 Co .. .. .. ... 2.00
ltchag the boms. was pa Rhbodes-Fmteh-Colli Co...... 13.00 R
.. ...h a -eA Mood.- *..*................G...10 8
to Quen SN & S s se a Southern cotton 0oil Co.......5 60.00 T
isa. and I scuttled back to my m ot I p L. Irawner.. ............. o10. A
r." R._P. Reese ..................... 6.0 N
)D. H. Klusmeier.. .. .. .. .... 5.00 A
IUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL Lion Brewery ................ 25 N M
CARNIVAL OF 1905
T I THE MTNTIWmON TD MAKE NOTABLE TEA TOPERS
TWt CONG EVENT THEN -_---
Ig Zioa Sunday senool ....
.. M. ILwey, (Semtinel) ....
s. IL J .m ::, ...............
W. I. Harvey ...............
oses Lyman ...............
chard Moaerns ..............
. r derms ..............
rest Gordon .................
aUnU Johnson ...............
L Paul ohw ............. ..
ashtngton Clark ............
thAetd Dapu t ............
ev. A. Woods, 9h Avenue
Baptt Cahurch, ............
hOe MeMlslas..... .. ....
Colored Cliise ............
tnth AvIeae apCsht Chareh
aron Jeoum ...........
t. Zion BaOist (~urch ......
Woman's Kidney Troubles
Lydta E. Ptnliahn'e Vegetable Compound is
cially Sucoessful in Curing This
eANOsr IN Tr HmcIrT OR sP ME
TH CITY, SUT MONEY IS NOW
At the large buling of the Caral-
MARCH OF THEMA1 fOi
PROM THE TWO. INCH PN PLANK I U
TO THE FINISHED PRODUCT.
9k. wea WSthe w n ew s A a u Tn
4eU" b K...ae e m -.t AM U
3a" Vam th r -rit no." B a *
f Mf AI"Ot"e fts r
It is an interesting fact that me of
CM most userul-Indeed, one of the BE
most necessary-articles in the world
is so cheap that no man hesitates to
ask even a stranger for It or dreams of
paying him except by the conventional SAlgriM1v0s limber Company
"Thank you." That matchb have _
come to occupy this position is due T6wStI B Dultn
largely to American Inventive skilL. f
The rst friction matches were made .00.
and dipped by hand. They sold for
about $3 a gross. Today all matches
are made and most of them are dipped oastios to the yellow fever rellf
by machinery, and one can buy from tnd continue to be received, much to
fty to seventy-five for a cent. Be Uthe grktifcatiom at those who have
tween these two extremes stretches a been solliting money for this worthy
long line of complicated and interest- cause. Yesterday three donations
Ing machines. were received, the largest being from
Inventors began very early to give the Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co., ofCen-
their attention to devices for making tury, which firm forwarded $100.00, the
the sticks or splints cheaply. One plan largest amount to-be received in some
after another was tried until all finally time.
gave way to the ribbon method. The It is hoped that the donations will
machine for this process is a ort of continue, as the money is badly need-
lathe, In which is placed a eyhnder of ed. The total to date is as follows:
pine wood the length of seven matches. The ean lent .
As this cylinder, previously soaked la Inrt National Bank..........$500.00
hot water or steamed to make It soft W. 8. Keyser Co.............. 200.00
and tough, is turned slowly the circun-1 American National Bank...... 200.00
ference encounters a blade which pares Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.00
off a continuous shaving the whole Fr. J. Sehleyer................ 50.00
length of the cylinder and the thick- Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.00
ness of a single match. This sgvhag scambla kealty Oo.......... 5600
as It peels away from the fog again Lee Dniel ................. 25.00
comes in contact with eitters which W. A. Blount ................ 100.00
Hannah Bros... ............... 10.00
divide It into seven strips, eaheb 1 wid People's NdaR ................ 100.00
as a match is long. P acola Water Company ... 100.00
When the ribbes have been cut lat Iesle B. rok.............. 10.00
manageable length-4ay sevew or eight J. M. Coe................... 10.00
tSet-and freed from knot and crook- Pensacola investment Co..... 100.00
ed grained portion a large number aof M. r. Gomasale................ 2509
them-from 120 to 140-are placed Ia a Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
machine like an ordinary paper cutter. Consolidgted Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
The mas is fed forward automatically, GermsaAierican Lumber Co.. 50.00
(he width of a match at a Utime. and te ders M ill' CO ............ 25.00
dsc.-,sA fecutterslices through the J*. ILSaunders...............50.00
dese: cutter ells through th Pensacola, 1St. 'Andrews &
mass, makinft r m12Wto140eplint .GulfSteamshipOGo.......... 3500
at a strike. D. Kusglema ............... 10.00
The splinto are now dard and sift- j. Goo. White................ 5.00
ed In partitioned sleves, the motion ot S. P. Shotter Co............. 250.00
which lays the matches parallel and Jos. Coleman ................ 2.00
prepares them for their places In A. F. Warre................. 265.00
frames, where they are dipped by M. L. Roch.....,............. 5.00
hand. Some of these machines will Jno. B. Jones................. 5.00
turn out fremu 1BOOO.00 to 17.0K000 T. H. Lamnon &Co........... 1500
outrm 000000 to W Johnson ......... .00
splints a day. Rapid and cheap as Clutter Music House......... 10.00
this method It has been superseded Meyer Shoe tor.. .. ...... 16.00
In America by another system in which Standard Clothing Co........ 10.00
the hand work Is reduce ,to a amin- Douvllle Timber and Land Co. 5.00
mum. The, rw me this Ose Maxwell & ... ... 20.00
Is two Inch white pine p I s. This 8. Pasco, Jr:.. .A............ 6.00
first sawed into blocks length of a P. Campbell.. ............... 5.00
match and thorougly -dried. TVH' H. B. o..' ..... '* .C0
blocks are clam .o the bed of a Ks co............. 10.00
machine, and cutyegroove out a set A.: W Avey.. ..... 5.00
of splints from urtace, not, how- or rpwa .......... .00
ever, taking the whole surface and T&h. Pebl ....... ....... 5.00
converting It into splints at one Ifa- Porbes Prittar to.......... 4.00
pact. but cutting the matches out oae- N. (G. Fordhelm....... ... I.00
fourth of n inch apart. H. .. De0S0l &O5..... .. 2 .0
The splints thus separated anreelWd W.A.D'Alemberto,........... 0.O0
In iron elamp plates, which form an s McHugh .............. 25 00
enDless chain. These carry the splints S ol a*hn & **.******.... 5.00
across a steam heated drum, whkl j. iysr .. ....... 17.00
warms them nearly to the temperature Green & Watson ............. 10.Q0
of the melted paralA into whlch tey j. C. VasPelt...,1........... 5.00
are next dipped. The heat prevents The Pensacola Journal........ 25.00
the paraMn from chilling and Insures C. B. Parkhlh .. .......... 10 00
a proper saturation. ; Naval Stores DNtpdrt-Co.... 250.00
From the first order to march these W. B. Wright C,;.......... 50.0
companies of wooden soldiers have no N. Apostle...,. .i '~.,..,* 85.00
permisson tobalt They move n Bushnell. .........*** 0.00
tnnoasly and evenly from the paraflfn A. Fisher l........... 0.00
bath to the rollers w e y Baars & Co................. 1000
*"heading mizture-phosp w io ensacola Lumber Co........ 100. 00
rate ef potash and other substan-es- P. C. Brent.................. 25.00
and the companies pas i thee. John Shepard .............. 5:00
rollers place a red or blue cap en the A. DiLustro ................l1.Oa
bead of each individual. The line o( Alex Zelius .................. 10.00
march continues on through a ro D. Levy..... ************** 1.00
swept by a blast of cold, dry air, whid ; B-. Dunham. ... ..... .00
hardens t. e newly depoa hemial Gu .............. 15.00
until the matches can be eately an-. -. BSaro.. ........... 10.00
. .. w. B. Lamar................... 100.00
Still the companies mar until, just Boarrltt Moreno ............ .00
before they reach the starting point W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.0
again, the Indivildual unite receive their Marine Grocery Co............ 5.00
final order to "fall out" from an auto- H. Muller................... 6.00
mratic and uncompromising punch, F. 0. Howe Co.......... 25.00
which deposits them side by aide I a J" C. Port'r ....... ... 10.00
box placed pro-dentially in Just the 3. &. Chafni ................ -5. 00
right place and at just the right time H" HSS Tho. .to ..... 1A" o
by another endless belt. J. p. Williams Cp............ 100:00
The cutters meanwhile have been T. A. .Jenanlns................ 100.00
sating away the ridges which were Oeo. W. Wright.............. 50.00 1
left between the places from which Cash ....................... 5.00
We draw our own till* of Ex
change on Great Britain, Ieland,
Germany, Pance, AAstria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgiam, Rusia,
Norway, Swedm Desaft, and
ther European countries.
Vesels disbursed upon the moat
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gations taken payaple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Vesa
sel Arrives there.
Safety Deposit Bmes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have Priva Dprtment for the use of Renters.
Swlbpgs 9I-- aw twiest Pl e aW DpsIts a,
rt- o 4 per -en per ammm.
iii Ii Gs, PBRAA"is. T 1. k ILL~s. VYeaPanszsubs?
WE81iiisi, loasamnMANOF! XI.VMOREMNj. t..r ;"Mu"s
Citixens National Dank,
GeewW C3LSwmwL 1Hilton Goa
A &WNIR'L 8%WKINQ SUSINKen TRANS'kCTSrD. I
J. 8. RKErR, PresM1e6t B. W. MENEVSr. CasiMer.
I. M. YRT, Vice-President.
THE PEOPLE BANK Of PENSACOLI..
Director*-L. .A -0Re&s, S. ee, W. DeC. Kesaler R. M. Cary,
W. A, rAdborts, T. A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A -Ld3 BANKING BUSINESS.
TOT 79 ATOOWT IS RESPWCTFrU^llj SOCITED
Sk=M3 sg C hOA
"Gon* the whole way. nister" In-
quired the pasoas r with the green
neckae as he toot eut his snufbox,
preparatory to settling himself form a
The man nterrogated eyed him attea
lively, then raped:
"No I get out at the third station.
I am otag 'to collect some memey
due to me for grocerim suppHld. You
ae, I am a wholesale grocer. Te bsi
nms was left to me vy my father. I
am married aad have five chlldr. The
eldest Is eleven years old. I am exact-
ly twelve years oad aim months mar-
red. I live in a s-sidtaced hous.
rented at 40. My wife ist fair and
weighs twelve tone. She was a dairy-
maid before I married her, and has
beeo vaccinated twice. I have 1,13
tn the bank, and I was fourteen whom
I left schooL"
The man n the green necktie had a
disatisfied look as he inquired:
"What did your gret-sradfather do
tar a fvingf'-Loadoe Standard.
Bear Co. .................. 50 00
Co. ......................... 15 00
Fedman & Co...........10.00
lullivan & Sullivan .... .. 10.00
)r. N. C. Bennet ........... 5 00
McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00
. C. Pebley.. .. .. .......... 10.00
M. Williams.. .. .. ......... 10.00
Vice & Co....................10.00
bil Pearl.... .. .. ...... .. 4.10
W. W. Cook Brewing Co. .... 50 00
Bonator S. Malory .. .. .. 60 00
. iselogea ........ ...... 5 00
P. I. Meade ............... 10.00
,.Tdrnoe ........ ............ 5.00
Iger-Sullivan Lumber Co ... 100.00
THE'GAME OF ROUND BALL
fb e Cass. me am1 %0e0e Wa Imes
nitul lint U the ball game ay-
ed It MataogeI t was called "Mas-
saese ts around ball." No recalled
"tow bal" was known in Maamehu-
We did not knew that in .ngland a
game called rounders was played. We
believed that roued ball was distinctive-
tr an Amerlan game. Fo r ea eat
and three old eat we regarded s do
rvatives of round bll They ware the
resource when there were not enough
players on the fild for round baL
In a match game of rod ball there
were fourteen players en a side. The
game was quite as active as baseball
Is and exciting. Baes ware called
geals. There were four goals set In a
square, not in a diamond. At each
goal a stout stake tour feet high and
about two inches In Jlameter was drive.
n into the ground. The runner going
at full speed w oud smI this stakes
frequently swinglag around It two or
three times before he could stop aim-
self. There was ns ruling beyond
frst on a hit. Unless some part of the
runner's body touched the goal he
could be put out by being hit by a
throw balL "Pitched out' we called
The batter stood n a circle four feet
In diameter, midway between first goal
and home. The thrower stood In the
center of the square made by the goals,
thirty feet from the batter. Many
teams had what was called a "dip
thrower"-that Is, one who eould throw
a swift bal, starting low and shooting
up. There were no ftls. verythting
went. Backhanded batting was com-
mon. The batter swinging round with
the ball as It cnme to him would drive
It sideways or backward for a long hit
A few were skillful at what was called
aide batting. Grasping the bat near
th middle with the thumb and fingers
of one hand and being careful that the
finger ends were below the surface,
they held It horizontally, the end point-
ed toward the thrower. In this posi-
tion the batter would catch the ball ea
the top of the bat and, in a rac-
tion of a second, as It slid along the
surface and by a quick detection of
the bat shoot the ball backward to the
right or to the left.
Hundreds of men now living ln cen-
tral Massachusetts have seen It done.
There were three catchers in line be-
hind the batter. The first catcher play-
ed close. He usually crouched and
took only the low throws. The second
and third catchers stood erect, alert
for the high and wil throws. There
were two back fieldats, one at the right
and one at the left of lhe third catcher
They were there for the backhand and
slide hits. There was a player at each
goal. a player between second goal and
borne and two outfelders. The ball
was made of woolen yar, firmly
wound, with a few shot In the center.
It was eevered with leather and was
somewhat smaller than the regulation
baseball. It was not mushy. A tick
and catch was obt. One obt, the
side Wa out. To avoIA being put out
by a ball thrown at him and properly
coached, a runner would now jump
in the air, now fall flat Sn the round
and up and away agea In a twinkling,
funs were called lies. The big
matches were generally decided by the
priority In getting 00 tallies. Bach
team choag Its own "rferee," and the
two "referee-" ce a -judge," who
was a solemn ad important person,
silent except whea the referees could
not agree. He decision was eaL-
Of a11 the hsases known, with Mrs. Samuel Frak. of Prospect
which women are afflicted, kidney dis- Plains, N. J.. writes:
ease is the most fatal. In fct, unless Dear Mrs. Ptkham:-
early and correct treatment is applied, I cannot thank you enough fhr what Lvdi7
the weary patient seldom survives. 3 Pinkham's Veetable Compound has done
Beg fully aware of this, Mrs. Pink- form. When I wroe- to you I had sUt
Bon fully aware of this, Mrs. fed for year with wha the doctor called
ham. early in her career, gave exhaust- kidney trouble and crmton of the womb.
ive study to the subject, and in pro- Mj back ached dreadf all th. time. and I
during her great remedy for womauns seffred o with that beartg-down feeling I
ills-Lydia b. Pinkham's Vegetable could ha walk acroethe room. I did not
Compound-was careful to see that it VO y Y' ecid dd toftop docloit
contained the correct combination of '0"mypbyv and iaLe Kdi3.P
herbs which was sure to control that tui to say Itbhaw en cured we. Ido am
fatal disease, woman's kidney troubles. y own work, have no more bacche and
The Vegetable Compound acts in har. all the bed symptoms have disappeated.
money with the laws that govern the I cannot prahe your mdlca enough. ae
tire female system, and while there would eaVn all women s ting with ney
are many so remedies ir kidney uble to try i
troubles, Lydia B. Pinkham's Vege- Mr. J. W. Lang, of Ma Third Aves
table Copou"d I th aly esp'- n e, New York. writes:
ally prepared for women, aad thou- Dear Mrm. PiWkhmn.-
swelli havnder the eyes of se r kidneys WomeI bn s gfern er wt kid
rn themnte byk rt. Deraown t inside of trouble, or nMy baform of k ached a the time wand
there groni. ore s quickly be t the was kid- disrge. I heard t promptly diomm
kideys, and wfhte a woman has such r k eate with Mrs PiCkham, at Lyn
time in om as pting te or wkin with Mass. Out of the great volumtake tof et
loin .PSnkS earng Vgtale po 5 riene which she has to drawi fromh.
k N ba- aob, bowinag &&w -M isIt to loboat peepisa"
urine too frequent slyaty or Uga ol- |t tan it ky e ery
ored, producing sadin or brig,
or deposits like brick duat in it; un- I F Pakhar's 8 aaldlW I-
usual thirst, swelling of IvAm-1V44 feet. at *
swelling under the eyes or sharp pains Women suffering from kldnsa
in the back running down tho inside trouble, or any form of female weab
of her groin. she way be sure her kid- nowsare invited to promptly communi-
noy" are affected and should 10 0DO eaten with Mrs Pirkham. at Lynn.
time in combating the 4iosa- with Mass. Out of the great volume of ox-
Lydia B. Pinihasa's Vegetable Co-. perienea which she has to draw from.
pound, the woman's remedy tor wo- at Is more than likely she has the very
man's ills. knowledge that will help your case.
The following letters sabowhow w Her advice is free and always help-
marvelously 1susseal it is. ful.
L~h LEMboP t h' O VO iiI &Wa SNW & 1s~*~WeWS f f
WMI. If. KNOWLM, PreaImt.
TamO. w. BRBWJ, Asst. C4Whler.
W. K. HYUK, JR. V.-Pres. and Caaa
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Casher.
H. L. COVINGTON, PrsoMnt M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR. Vl e-Preelt JNO. PrEIFFER. Anst. Cashier.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
CapIWl Stek, 300,000 Surplus, $40,000
Henry L I ovlngtoa, S. J. Fbshbee.
J. it. Pfeiffer. W. H. M Aery,
Bryas Dunwody, O. i. Maura,
Frsank Iy, W. L. Cawtoos,
W. S. 3s0ieo, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. X owrta, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
C. W. t14ar. Alex McOowin,
J. B. Sa6ad1e0 C. M. Coringtom.
Aesounts of anks, IMdlfduats, Corporations, and Firms *olI ted,
POrW per ant. interest paid on Time Deposits.
First National Bank
id aSacda, Ftl,
ULftuCORS. P C, Breat, V. A. Blount. Wrm I. Knowles,
W, K. Hycr, r., D. G. Brent,
Foreign m & Doetic Exchange Bought and Sold
THE PKWSACOLAj ej@*#Atv,7f*V **DAY moRnING,,- OCTOBER 12, 1968
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS
Sam, huEnd =a sm l kms bm fbt a=
ml 1Try-Winmad lsodty, an ml lUwM. 1
S Th .i.J ~ Ilaiiy Fashkio Feature
A CHARMING SURPtRI. haperoiIag MisA Laclle Thorton, of
Th e largest dinner table ever used New York, says the Army and Navy THE PERfa nC u SSAUTI rWR,
at Newport was that employed re- Journal. eantola is the only hamelmI
Wntly by Mrs. Hermann Oeirichs zo ea that _.I'1plet1 y 7_ 609 8 "
gsgertaia 1440 gets in her white and Mr. J. Simpson Reese was out yes- nsad expsure. Aftr 0 l fa
1iM baIroom. The table was ova!- terday attending to business after a st o 0 Bf6esatioit.beuty fyeatoh s 9k
a asp, the hollow being Illed with wrestle with Jack Frost's rival. a nda sto.eis an rs ad w' y
W fe et of white and yellow flowers not-a o rin 'l r blemlsh rema s. eM W
-d mierrors to give a lake effect, oM i endorsed by th Mel at IFsetinlt,
with thoman of electric lights. In Mrs. I. M. Scarrltt who has been! Chemiw an.d expert 00 u j 1.
dw center of the oval, and vershad-.il Isa sow convalecing to the great, nm N .t_. oI aust ta1t,1..
owMg It, was an immense palm. rele her anzxas friends. t twenty, aloused by aenwih he nsae
After tdiner a vaudeville entertain- I wondert r .ult. fLutola mmeVrAe t.n
m t was given, including Spanish andi Mrs. Dora Donaldson is in Nashville V C 4L BLmCE ADAX pIMRL i
Smasiau women dancers in white and where she will remain till after frost. WI'XKL s. SCARS., fA3 POX P-
TINGS and all DISU'GURING Mb
Md cogutmes, upon a stage in Le IxiO. Prtee 0o eats. eKVa Y BOXI
h -lloMan TIME ENOUGH. GUTARANTE.. *
After the vaudeville Mr. and Mrs. diPree$ a by leading d a sW or seat
embroke Jones were summoned to llL .r Wilcox. ) E I. BERRY CHEM4CAL CO.
er home n a boax. No sooneBy Ella Wheeler Wilox) p. t. Loul.
thearied than teOelrich know It is early morning, fj e )E<> as r .rr c1 reqes.
Prty, headed by the committee, con- A heiclnao
tag ofat Mrs. John Jacob Astor ani And your heart Is afire with Youth's
.4.t Mills, in fancy spangled domi- desire THE TRA 1'L BD
ges, west to the Jones home, and To hurry along with the crowd. ;THETRAVELING BIRD
4h mhasic began dancing in the ball- But linger a bit by the roadside, .
gwem specially bulk for Miss Sadia And lead a band by the way. PUZZLING PERFORMANCE OF THe
gms' ball lastmeath. 'Ti a curious fact that a generous RED EYED VIERO.
Sr. ane Mrs. Jones were unable to, ... ...
G .m ^tany ofthe surprise partyuni!Brings leisure and luck to a day.
ft m iemnd dance-a quadrille-whe~n Does e Flya -m.--saId Wles In a
whistle blew and the masks were I know It Is only noontime- j ingle NightT Wher. Doe the .
-emoveI The fun then continued nn-, 'There is chance enough to be kind; mysterious chimney wift 1For\
R early In the morning. It was the But the hours run fast when noon ive months owt otf verw YTeart
,. lewport. Mr. ad Mrs. Pembro*e And the shadows are close behind. A man who travels 10,000 miles In a
4Ma are residents of Wilmingto N. S'o think while the light is shining, year is counted a "globe trotter" of un-
C. personall friends of Mr. and. And act ere the set of the sun, usual energy. But our common aight-
Sr. H. M. Flagler, of Florida.-East For the sorriest woe that a soul can; hawk, that every American boy and
SO st Atdocate. kw g irl knows, thinks nothing of having a
,........ Is to think whpt it might have done. summer home up In Alasks and a win- p
14ULLAHASME NOTES FROM I ow s almost even .. tr resort In Argentina and traveling
IM TRUIE 0MOCRAT. But the twilight hour is long. bte l -
o l. W. W. mPorney, of DeFuniak, If you llate sand heed each cry of Its annaltrip t often covers 11 de
m Is the this week on legal need greens of lattude. ,
citythis week Yo a right full many a wrong. And some of our shore birds, a gov-
Mal Miriam Choate arrived on the Flr whe We have Balshed the journey ernment naturalist tells us, are still PARISIAN COSTUME A LA PRINCESS
8., t day eveni We will 9.l look back and say: more inveterate voyagers, making ex One of. the new bluish violet shades the same bluish shade of violet vel
m as tended visit In Georgia. "On life's long mile there was nothing tra flights and covering 10,000 males or of chiffon mohair makes up charmlne- vet. and velvet-covered buttons f-v -
!. W. Marsh, clerk of the U. worth while so a year. ly In this street coEtume, or costume ford the trimming effect on the skirt
SI. Cot at Peamsooa, In in town, But the good we did by the way." Voyaging by the air line is some- trotteur, as the Parisians term then. The little Eton that completes the
b eaL ft Psaola by the fever. times extremely rapid transit The While in cut it is plain enough for outdoor aspect of the gown has tne
Mis t S eU Sbtaa, Gen. PsterS THE FROST HERALD. summer warbler that spends the win- morning and shopping wear, never- fronts rolled back in shadow reverses
. l= I ei stIR Oh, Miss Katydid, I wisht you'd ter in Central America and the nesting thelesi it is sufficiently dressy in of- haircolth lined to hoir! the shape, *
a Lfted the u come along. season at Great Slave lake, far up In feet to do duty for afternoon cat-i- and touches of linen embroidery ap-
SW. B. Shepard, U. S. District I's weary of de locus an' I's hungry the arctic, travels twice as fast as tho sions as well. The skirt is built up pear here with excellent effect. The
S. at. Peamoola, with hDis ie hmugry for yoh song. spring does. One hundred and sixteen after the princess n.odel. just ctn sleeve is the usual half length model,
t o. a y, is atop at Mr I wants to hear you talking' 'bout de miles a day Is the record so far to hint of an underskitt cleverly indi- and the lace underolouse I arranged *
l's wes tag for the foerto abate stIter dat got los' Great Slave lake, th speed always eIn- cated at the left. side, where, inciden- with a cascaded jabot In front, and a
Swg fore te feweist absa gt a goin aorth one Augus' day a looking' creasig as the bird more northward' tally the fatenings occur. Strap sleeve that dispasla series of shal-
meM of the P lt Nati5,onal Bank fode The robin Is an old fashioned, lelsotre- f the cloth; wiu-ttle touesofow puffs below t elbow.
Sees this week to attend the Natie- ly tourrist In comparison with some oth-. :^
& mate week to ion at Washing- I wants to hear ou plain' an a er species. It never does more than its whole mindl to traveling and fl!eq I RRI AL
a. He win be accompanied by Miss of her name seventy miles a day. The average te both n'ght and day.- ilx months in r I
Mrmy and i ellyn Ls.Cause I d de for all migrating birds rnnin oNe Patagonia, and thwhen dk it travels to Under Now Management. i
,1ans to godnewota s about the arctic by way ofity uaemla Texas
I'se weary of de snockin' birds and "ns to Minnesota is about the ar by wy of Guat la. Texas A delightful resort inimune from *
n t d al Robley whlpp3orwills foh sho. three miles a day. But after etni- and the Missiippl-. The Iole ycrly i fevr, offers o refugees elegant a-
Srm.L A.ilralv ., s nw i t I wants to haar about dat fros' in jes Mintesota se--eral species of feathered route forms a great, trr.tilar elli)pe, comnmoationa and board at $25 per
his Am ahi dt ale, withseveral o a ew weeks mno'. grants make first 40. then 72 and 8,000 mIles long and ,000 miles aer;s mo0h, $7.50 per week. Everything ;
tt5lift ad-cruisers, at New York. finally 10 miles a day before they att widest point. f* rely. marrvlons first-class.
t the e t o Massachsetts. He reach Alaska. as werethe stories aout the migratinI ._-...i
is i n eaoeaent health and strength If you use Blue Ribbon Lemon anii The bird traveler that gives the nat- of btrds believed b, the iigorant in !The Tbx In Al a mnka.
more o than for ten years past. He Vanilla Et racts in your ice cream urallst the hardest transportation early unstiloifMlc ti4l,. *o truth hs, as There is a curious theory among 4
Is "Oe the bridge" and expects to re. the flavor will be perfect and besides problem to solve Is the red eyed vireo. usuL, stranger tha etion.-You1h's prospectors and oilers in Alaska that
ats there. He will shortly proceed it is absolutely pure. "Takes les.,. It winters in Central Amerlca and ap. Companion. in the. mountain nd the Interior an
Im New York City to Chespeakei Flavors perfectly" pears each spring at the -montl o i t -" .i.nmal exists which is neither a w il
Bay, to receive the Prince of Batten- Mi.ss.ippl. trying twentyrlA e sheep nor a mountain goat. This Is be-
barL commanding the Britisht eet.! "h d -e, by ,om:- to he a speelp% of ibex. I
abet to vlat our waters.- Army an "CUTTING OVER." day. At this leisurely rate It rof t ekweed-e Lumscarlet pimU animal which has never yet been
Navy Journal. __ A for six weeks. all the way p to th pernel e.tan the!r tb~y petaIs rain ientlited in Northi America. It is!
orw i lepheae eLine Are Moved latitude o( northern Nebraska. Then ed not e cor a few hour<: thought to be poihle that this an M
The many friends of Miss Jeanette : o '. A. oth.r. suddenly, In the sp.ee of twenty-four says a writer. 'Beoawork widh re- nml v turn out to be no more than
Slanell will be lead to learn that she "Cutting over" is the technical hoir and before a single red eyed doubled energy Jst .lIfofr, a raiu. If the descendant of domestic goats which
h| s entirely recovered from her se- phrase applied to moving the wires In virea has been seen anywhere in the the files are ui astifly- perAistent either lve long .inc reerted to the wild f
toes illness and was able to attend a telephone central office from one region between. numbers of the birds in the house or around sto.k there is s;ate. On tne other h tid, there, s no
Iter duties as long distance operate or switchboard to another. If you will anpear in British Columbia. a thousand rain in the air. The cricket sings at stu-d reason .why ildibex shoit I not
4a the telephone exchange Thursday; reflect that many of the switchboards miles to the northwest. the approach of cold weather. Squir- .p ound theI art of Alaska sc en-
.moring The many subscribers of of the type used in the Bell exchanges This puzzling performance is repeat- rels store a laro supply of uut. the bs foun i lart ofAla.ska. r.e-
Sbe long distance will no doubt be of large cities carry 9,(00 lines, you ed every yer. Unless the red eyed husks of corn are unim-mnily thick and t.sts say. A..a. d.No Ame. re
glad to hear her voice again. will see what a task transferring such vireo files a thousand miles in a single the bud of dec.iduous t;e. have a here I ry ner gter. Ages ago the
Mrs. G. Clark, son-law and daugh- mas of wires is. Indeed, there are night, how does it manage this be-. firmer protecting ceit if h severe win- were'proably united, and as ibex are
Mr. Clad Mrs. on-inlh-law have re- few mechanical operations which more wildering schedule? ter is at hand. If the plpilar or qu.k- bounds i AlsiIt Is quite wit hin th e
Mr.n d fr Mrs. l and are residi Impress one with a sense of absolutely Nobody knows, but then nobody ng asp leaves turn up the underside bouads of possibility that they also ei-
,e Davis street adjoining the Prfect forethought and organisation. knows either where the chmney swift rain will soon follow. -
Woman's Home. When an exchange is .o be "cut goes for five months out of every year. "If the camphor bottle becomes roily THE WRONG DIAGNOSIS
over," all the outside lines coming into Great flocks of chimney'swift, with it Is g3ing to storm. When it clears
Miles Srnestine Fordham has en- It, both overhead and underground, are numberless fledglings among them, settled weather may be e::pected. This Prompt the Use of Worthless Mem-
'trely recovered and is able to be tapped and practically connected with leave the United States every autumn. Idea has seemingly been utilized in the edies.
e Ot to the great pleasure of her in- the new board while the old one is still Their movements can be easily follow- i manufacture of some of our cheap Even an experienced physician will
lumnerable friends. In use. That Is to say. they are brought ed till their various migrating bands bnrometers. The risan trbubhle is they sometimes make a mistake in diag- -
* into the main distrlbnting frame, join Into a countless host on the north- seldom foretell the change until about nosis, in which event his entire treSt-
-Mis Ines Douth-tt in i New York w-hi D lU U Kh i th i thmni h hi..h e ..oa -o Jtgu ...e. x _. Oew rime it ar- n,. i ... w^- ann may en e ,in
ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
EnD&Mvl Aalnd Fine Stationery.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attcation.
E. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co.
-E^Z E:: sxz: a:uos*
Credit Buys Here
As Quickly as -Cash.
Come in and pick out what you want to make your home
as bright and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy it while
you a-e paying for kIt.
Rocking Chairs f.-om.................................. 1.25 to $0.00
ron Beds ......................................... 00 to $100o
Wcven Wire Sprugs, the sleep easy kind, for................ 2.50
Chairs ....... ............... .......... ........75 cents to $4.00
Odd Dressers from.......................................9.00 up
MARSTON & QUIMA,
108A10 S. PW ox St. Phone 148. PenscoltFl.
- - - - - - - - - -
SAt& Jim iNr 1-1 -V w Iusc m we 0Mi et rtuugOu u u er r coast or the gulf of Mexico. One
with relatives whom she will accom- the outside lines are separated and day they are there; the next fay they
9amy to the West Indies for the win- linked to the proper inside lines which are-nowhere.
trr, sailing early In December run directly into the switchboard and Five months later, tI March. a joyful
Miss Anna Wheeler, daughter of terminate In the "acks," by means of twittering far up in the air heralds
Gen. Joseph Wheeler, U. S. A., i which the operator is enabled to put their reappearance on the same spot,
i any two subscribers into comnmunica- plump and brisk after their winter so-
tion. journ. But where the winter has been
FREE If If fAILS Te opportunities for confusion and spent only th, swifts know. It used
mishaps in this work are evident and to be a tradition (made out of "whole
It speaks much for the painstaking care cloth") that they hibernated in the
Drugulms W. H. White & Ce.. Say with which it is done that a subscriber mud. But that merely showed the
They Do Not Charge Anything is practically never "lost" as the tele- bopelem attitude of men's minds to-
fer Vinol Unless it Gives Sat. phone engineer calls it, if one of the ward the problem, for no swift was
isfactory ResultaL lines is temporarily miscounected. To ever found in the mad in any known
Sr rtr f t secure such perfection innumerable spot. What and? Where? was there.
When a asked tby a reporter of the tests are necessary not only of the out- fore the natural question, nevTr an-
Journal, how they could make a broad side but of e very switchboard swerved and leaving the mystery deep
eri regard to an medicine. a and leaving the myst
member of the above firm replied: Hne and these are conducted over a er-and muddler-than ever.
"If Vltol were a patent or sweret long period so ps in no way to disturb The golden plover, too, has a yearly
preparation it would be another thiLg. the sermy of the subscriber. schedule of travel known to the nat-
but it Is not. ever-thing ,t contains I The operators are thoroughly drilled uralist in every detail.
m ed on the label. : In the use of the new board, and when I n June it reaches Us "barren
Visol is simply the up-to-date form it comes to the actual performance of grounds" far in the are etree. where
If administering cod il- er oil. which "cutting over." which generally takes Greely found these bird voyages as
OW centuries has been i cognized place some hour in the night when far north as latitude 81 degrees. The
the grandest of all! ody-buildiing business is always light, both boards, nests are built on the moss, close above
S ts for wasted humsn .'rength ar l have a ftel force to work them. The the frozen ground; the young are rear-
,ty, and during the lact five years final step Is to cut the old connections ed. and then the flocks hasten to Lab-
Shve eth n proe duce s liuch grand and complete the new ones at the same rador In August, where the erowberr
It with any kind of a guaranty instant 'This is usually done by pull- grows for their benefit so thickly that
a Vlao! we have simply done awayy ing out from the board to be abandon- when they leave the feasting place In
-Ifk the useless, syst4mr-elogging oil ed the heat coils which are put into the f.ll their bodies are plump almost
md have given to the people all tb every circuit In the distributing frame to bursting, and their very fesh is
medicinal, body-building elements of as a protection to the apparatus against stained red with the crimoole jile of
eed liver oil in a highly eoacentratod an overload of electricity from light- the berries they have eaten.
and dtllaliosny palatable form, and we ag or from the crossing of wires, or They strike straight for the Antilles
ae sever sold t our rtore a medi- what not, and simmltaneooely pushing and for Month A idea beyoqp, more
elae of more curative and targth- e4. 1ato the mechanism that replaces than 2,500 miles in all. The plver can
eItngat vale than Vo ol, sad I the It. rapidly can skilled men perform swim. however, and rest e the ocean
People of Peeseoa Only reaft"e ta swim. however, and rest th ocea
value we would not have lopti t tat ea of the can put wt*, and on the Way wn ft t e-
h in our store to supply thew r cl a place in thirty quently feeds in the arao ea,
smand for In a natural man.-r *" and gso whbe prese aof "cut- where, far out in the At* alen tho- I
Viaol tomes up the dI0gilve organs, g eS In aM ap eN ees ccupies not sands of square alles at sawet tem
gmkes rich red blood and Oreates mr 2 twM M sat Thmis So within marne life.
tremth. We can only ask the p*o-! ttI wM inmrwft, hbewevr, Or oB After resting a few wok a le s
SfA of Peasmsala to try it on our par.- wMie is t aV W at a tama Aa tBal, the plover rtm ft l, th s, a
ait-s." W. H. White & Co, DrW' mo Q ft M ~l set c esmmlm S for Patagmoia m nfthm Ar. I
815M MGM thf UK IL =mea do f bats a e at t es ..n-m UsaJes *r I -it 01P
me time irt arrres, meant is wasTed and may even oe in-
"Last, but not leamt rbeumatics can curious to the patient.
always tell It 'in their bones' when a The advo ates of a other hair
storm is approaching and of this prog- restoratives save Herpicide have
nostication the octogenarian of today wrongly diagnosed the cause of Dan-
Is as firm an advocate as were his fore. druff and Faliing hair.
fathers." They figure on a functional disease
whereas it is now known and gener-;
Cure For N!lrvwwPueea. ally accepted that hair loss is due to'
The mau or woman suffering from a parasitic germ which Newbro'
nervousness should seek the company. There ie no substitute for Herp
lonship of healthy persons free fom cde, accept no for r
nervousness. The meals ought to be For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte.
eaten very slowly. All ordinary hygi- druggist and apothecary, 121 South.
enic rules are to be obeyed. Will exer- Pilafox street. or send 10c in stamps
elses are good. The nervous person to The Herpieide Co., Detroit, Mich.
must, to use a figure of speech, spring ....
out of the warm. nervous bed and
plunge into the cold bath of effort. The
thing he dreads doing is the very one n
be should do. says Woman's Life.
One excellent plan for nervous men
and women is to attend a good theater
and watch the demeanor of some self
possessed actor or actress. Let them
study that demeanor and try to Iml-
tate it. It will be something for them E v a
to do when attacked by a nervous
squall. It will be found better (tan
buttoning or unbuttoning gloves or in- T a
dulging n any other of the purposeless T
*.t8 so common to the nervous.
COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of -Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offereW
for the gunuine. These worthless iE'-
tations have similar sounding named.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's|
Honey and Tar Is in a yellow pack-
ige. Ask for it mad refuse any sub-
ietute. It is the best remedy for
Moughs and ocids. W. A. D'AJemberte
Druggisat ad apotoarcar, 121 South:
Palafox street. I
DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR 1
At this inS d t yar mis a grft del dMalrs a chills mi r.
Asa pWer esvtstAv try
LEWIS' ANTIMALARIA AND CHILL CURE
IT CURES TO STAY CURED.
Sold at all drug stores or at
| LEWIS M C 3O., Wiuts raWO WEaSeet
I ..I s
Get the Best of You,
ut get the best of it. Supply yourself with
ample sfuiaz nccmsitcs, such as
Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,
or with necessary preventatives,
Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
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THE PRMSACOLA JOURNALv PfIOAY
MOIRM1NG, OSTOSERit I- I.S 19
The Journars Classifed Cash Advertie ments
5 0*9 -o fv -u-mse es A.---- -* o- t Jf -. ... ........ f S e. x A Sp eate rate- by the mo--t-.
with us, or write for
W.I ENWLUS, PreuMeeui1
W. IL KMgnj1M rdmmtL
J. L STMJIAM V.-M s. tSe. Ma E
NW- -o Leomd
215 South Palafox Str
WANTED-Drag seine about 80
fathoms, in good condition. lnquire
at 8. A. Friedman's Saloon. illct2t
Experienced bookkeep*- and office
ans now employed decir.ag ebange,
wants posi.',on as clerk o'- ookke'itr
etreace tarnished. Address i,. D.,
Csr Jourral. lOocIlW
We wvat the public to remember that
we ae bAk at our old stand on East
Goveient street, and selling tro-
cras aad produce cheaper than any
cther tra n Pensacola. We mean
vWet we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Son.
WANITD.-We ea accommodate a
lAw gugs at an up-to-date moNatali
hol; limate delightful aid good wa-
tr; miderat rates. Addrs F. D.
mh m Bema Vlsta. Va.
KDW&O AL, motracti&a painters
md deeoo rs. Pinae varnishing
-d fesfh Srign painting a spe-
caity. aeidmee phone 240. 29aug.
WAWID-To buy a eoooad hand
-Se about 30 x 18 inside measure-
aNn". P. . Bo 31. loetlw
Is TOU wi t to ery or sl anythlg?
& s otwt i ad wll briig wmdertul
MaL T M st "i too mnan" Bicm
WaN Baullog sadtrndfr
am Oowe Phose -!a---Rasldezaf
BARGAINS IN SOME NICE HOUSES FO
REAL EST E 10-room House OB North Hill..$50
715 North B D .a............ 40
3 houses (new) renting $21.00 per 304 North Spring.............. 25
ionth.. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..$1100. 21Wet Roman.............. 17
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00 806 North DeVillier........... 17
323 East Gadsden.............15
er month.. .. .. .. .. .. ....70, 1107 ast Cervantes......... 1
4 room house west Romana 8M00.0014 East Strong ............... 15
238 West Government..........15
For Rent. 1126 East LaRuR.............. 12
Fror ent.310 East Romana............. 12
11 South DeVillier........... 10
room house, 91b E. Strong.... $1- 50 625 West Romana............ 10
0fer exceptional indscments
to those desiring to sU or
buy, rent or lease property,
00 borrow or lead money.
Have several customers want-
ing homes and investments.
Don't put it off but see us
00 U QI 1YNTA..t I
s1rgs, Flida NI Alabma Railway ,
harrabliu f(allan aII J a J rgi al itilraiJ sia.
Schedule raking Effect May 6., 195.
Southbound No. 1 nly only
No. 8 No. 5 Ne.
Lv Atlanta (C.of Ga. Ry).... 12:30.m 7:50a.m ........ ......
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:46a. 11:36a.m ........ .......
Lv Cuthbert .... .... .... t:La.m 4:05p.m ........ ........
Lv Arlington.. .... ...... 9:1a.m 5:15p m ........ ........
Lv Baiabridge.. ...........11:00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20a.m ........
Ar Tallanassee........... 12:55p.m 8: 40p.m 8:05a.m ........
Lv Tallahassee (8. A. I. Ry) 1:3p.m 4:00a.m ........ ........
Ar Jack'ville, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.na 10:50a.m ........ ........
Q T a.s-. ............
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00- L -.- i Do U VV I i Lv
6 room house. 409 Guillemard. 16.00 See our board or bargains in realOffice Second Floor Thiesen Building.v
List your real estate wit4 me forj estate. -
sale. Money to lend at the lowest market 2'Af I nfI i;Am, a1*
Tallahasee .. .. .... :0op.m
Socnoppy.. ... .. ..3:14p.m
Lanark........ .. 3S:45p.m
Carrabelle.. .. .. ... 4:00p.m
Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p.m
NorthbOund only enly
S -5op uI
10: 5i P. m
r information. I- _VV of-- ereU* No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No.4
Rents collected and prompt returnsrate of interest.
made. Lv Apalachcola.. .. ...... ........ ........
W eaeely "a m-n s Lv n Carrabelle.. .. .. .. ..11:30am 12:00p.m 6:00p.m 4:S1aa
vestment Co. LESLIE E. BROOKS FISHER Weekly Payments rr bee..........-.. -:i,:,4
Ar Tallahassee.. ..........1:$0p.m 6:00p.m 8:35p.m
ft Buildi P-Of 0f 51 $100 On.ly LJac'vile,(S. A. Ry.).. 9:0.m 4:pm ........ .....
tr. K"WLES TreasurerR alEs' Tllaanasse(S.A.L#.RY.).. 3:10p.tam 10:00p.m ........ ........
tor. se NWLS rnTa. TermurYr -- -LLOW FEV R NURSE. No Taxes! No Interest Lv Tallahassee.......... :5p.m 6:35a.m :45pm 35.
ELLOW FEVR NURSE Lv Bainbridge.......... 5:25p.m :7a.m Ar10:25p.m 8:7a.m
eet, Pensacola, Florida. 206 South Palafox Street, TS PebleBainbridge ............:5. 7am 10:.m
....... .. -- .L;Cu hb T h o s P e b le y Ar A(g t. .'o 7;S: 2 5: 9.m 10 : .. ..m3
Mrs. J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow PHONE 87. Cuhet e(C.ofGa.Ry.).. :43p.m 11:55am........:35a.
fe-er very successfully through sev- Office Cor. Romana ani Palafox St.i Lv Maon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. :5.m 4:35p........ 4:35.
e'al epid~mi cs of the past, both in, Phone 5 Ar Atlanta, (C. of ,Ga. R y).. 7t$Sa.m 7: SFpv . a.m
LA LP WANTED ensadaan Nw Orleans. an aow- FOR SALE P on 65cPaiN wl dert from. and *rriv7 o 7t
offers her srvlces to lose requiring FOR SALE-Second-hand casa regt NTICE:t for Trtailn 5 avn' dBi eundaye mt 6:20a at. m. wa e
WANTED-A good cook, 701 N. Pala- a trained yellow fever nurse. Call o ter n perfect conditiUo. Wil al s lU etn o lcat t re n of te avin alah re Sy m company.
fox street. Soct. her at 1408 East Gao'sden or phon 8..3 cash oz o time. A roea bargain. Can --E *Train Nothe will stop 35 minute s a tan Gnark for brpakft
W-- .- en a' oy-6 rings. 10octtm be seen at Jame McHugh's. 22mca *Train No. 6 will minutes at tanark fo bakfast.
WAN. T -Men any boys wanteI to CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL. W. M. LEGO, R. C. SNIPIa 'A. O. As. A,
earn $5 day. after two moths in-' .. .N. ENr. Lar. .rG There will be t meeting of this General MangW. T ml. Ahag i' A
ptructiTn. Position gurranT Cn GROW GINSENG. Large profits. body on the 4rst and third Jedae- U TaIlahE, Fin.
structin potion gucraneld. Con. For SleRoom in your garden. Roots for sale, days on the ad thi 7:rd0 A _ll ..... _a'a.
Cincnnatio Plumbing., St.hooluis, M. N (Fre' rk, rite today tor literature. Bucking- days of each mouth at 7:30 b. m. All ---
catalogue.) St. ouis, Mo. r JUST RECEIVED-Irge shipment of ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesrille, O.: elegates. ROBeTe t trol n"r.
imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint, 13augmos. X. L DW.AY r o TM
WANTED -An intelligent person may gallon orlarger quantity. G. Morasso R n Prei dent. aEZl0
earn $10 to $15 weekly In sparc & CO., ship chandlers an-d grocers, 701; FOR SALI.---Fne Horses and Mules Secretay.
earnre10 to dig5 weeky n newspaper; South Palafox. 4oct. for sale at all times. Turpentine PATTILLO CAMPtLL.
time corresponding for newspapers; operators' wants given special atten- Pensacola Loa L No .L of P..
No canvaslng. Sand for particulars. ICKEN WHEAT produce. s tion. Call on or address Dillon & meets every Monday evening at 7:30 Attaornm& .Law,
Northern Press Sndte ockp Maks fowls epecialy well avore Penuel, Marianna, Fla. 6actl 'elok at t Ir Castle Hall in 40 IM n
N Y. 3.oct.. ... m. ---, ,spec&aol. whe ll AsroreWatson buildi-il, corner Palsf am
The cheaper food to be ound F. & WANTED.-You to know that you can Garden street Visitifg brethren es -- I
WmaTll orderouse.Chi wholesalma nd g eler. & Co.. Phone 234. loe buy nice, clean old papers at rhis dially welcome e. ,ON
(man or woman) for this county and EOR SALE.-I am Floda State Aget offce cheap.. ORLk.. e A LAW, REAL TA L W A
aSonilag territory; expense money ad- for Fi e and Burglar Frcof Sates Jand S.A COLO TAE L OMAN0 D
danced. Work pleasant; position per- .' Fixtures of a.1 descipaons FOR SALE. 4 Ka oa UL N PAAPOX AD A OMANA
tanent. Write at once for full partic- mn-utactured by Alpine Sale ansl O..R L.. X K. of P., ma W PHONE 9.
lars and enclose self-addressed en-o. Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. ALL FOR $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated. 3 T o raday even i a 8:00 m
elope St. Thomas JoIll. 3oct2w Commu,,tte With me for prices and Sugar, % pond Our Own .0 cts. l teirt
ke Chic Ill. 3ct2 terms before buying elsewhere Sear. $ Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-~ba third dr. Bs a J. P. STOIBS,
WANTED.-By Chicago Manufactur-iitt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. ing Powder, this powder is equal to btildnbg, sg ouhi
Lg Boun. person of trustworthyness 28june. Royal that costs you 50 cents per F m6r a AtfadtoneyWdC r ---- -u---AW
emewat familiar wfh local territory pcand. New Orleans Grocery Co. Garde street Vutetin katghts a s 10 East Gvem st 4 t.
as asstant In branch office.; Salary, Do you value your health? If so, lloct. cordaUIy wlo. w General Law Praclo ,
$18 paid weekly. Permanent position. use our pure Blend of Coffee "Deway" .. G. L k *- -
No investment required. Previous ex- ant "Schly. New Orleans Grocery C. J. LTy. K of
perience not essential to engaging. Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 80 Money a u.
Address, Manager Branches, Como Knights ofof the ATTONoYtmAT bu.a
-ok- Meetins. of the ATTORNIYAT.LfW.
BWock. Chicago. 3oc3w" We have been with you In Pensaco- MONT TO L,6N>-U good rei eg M Kntints Of Columbua R.. 0 ThToom Rd. PT THROUGH 8ERVICE
!NON-UNIOl(opoeito join lthe;a since 1874, and still Intend to stay a" security, or oa gooo aalateral, r I t O.Cltu s 5a. de m |e
NON-UNION Oompoitor Join te ith ou and serve you with the best at L at Llhe eir hIl, A
atllonCuu bacei.gtosti1e IL of grceres&t No.loeWta latm.aar- I-I Am"===
Mimon Club by coming to St. Loats. of groceries at lowest -rar-
Permanent positions guaranteed to ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
competent men $1950 per week 0
---.- ---a- -- 4- -- -- E. ". -'* B". p '. A*u5
3LO-- Aesto" & Wbtt. k fifty-four hours. Aadiress Employrueixt,
Bureau, St. Louis Typothetae, 410 N. iFO SALE-One lot of fine show
oto kow that furth St., St. Louis, Mo. cases, especially adapted for mil.
Sa Code"may be imitated loct7t* winery purposes or for drug store,
b Malt be equaled. New Orleans WANTED.-Parties in need of carpert- also one lot of counters and fine
mmry Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. ters, please ring up poone No. 776, French plate glass mirrors. E. L.
sowor apply to I. Redenback, business Reese. 118 South Palafox. 2sep
agent, room 1, old Armory building. -----
worT .-The public to know that 27sept2m* FOR SALE-At a aerlflo, turnltnure
o ame pioneer Coffe Roasters of store, stock and accounts. Call at
Arida. New Orleans Grocery Co., WANTED.-Hotel cook; colored boytO 138-140 E. IntendOcia. aS
iJs. MNeRgh, Prop. aug20 cook in a small hotel, good salary;
answer quick, for Chip'ey Hotel Chip- FOR SAL-O Cho!oe block on top
t .-T MorctanaTranu Icy, Fla. sept. of the ridge east of the electric
Sbe guarantee. T. B. Thor. WANTED.-All young persons waoI railway, between 7th and 8th strets
g, r PhIome 97L5 IaIeljaU are good stenographers or book- Nature has favored this section and it
keepers, that are seeking positions or cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
W* -W t evr.body to know that we promotion, to register with us imme-1
e a s retay o cer that diately. We can secure you good pos-! PLUTO WATER-Cures Constipation,
rt the old stand. New Orleans itions. We are having more es!ls; Liver and Stomach troubles. For
)u.y Co, Jas. Md cug, Prop. daily than we can supply. It will coz l sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. Mc-
you nothing to register with us. Meux Hugh. oct12.
"00- A& Munro, Proprietors. rhe MobMie
L L =OSAM wae t your moving Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
uag. Be gumtMs all break, St., Mobile, Ala. 15septlm* old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
P hme C8. WANTED-The people of Pensacoial Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fne
WJANT=-your eletric work of all to cease worrying. Let The JournalI young pigs. 1 Six-months-old boar, all
ilads. LAt us clean your fans, re- Want Ads sorlve the problem for you. registered and transferred. Carl Set.
eir o dynamo, do your wiri. otc. They are expe-: detectives, and Can iterlnd, Chlpley, Fla. 8ly
$phm 570. Pensacola Electric 0Co, nd the man you are looking for ift
g3 r luteudencit and Baylon streets, he is included In the 25,.000 or 30.00 FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New
junelmn. people whicn makes the population of City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
Pensaeola. Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa.
PARTI= w want to rem*. oma. 1 aug
-- r ayth elseg for tat WANTED-The public to know that
u, will tad The Journal Wat PLUTO WATER will cure ConsH*. FOR SALE.-My residence on East
0 a great h elp. pation. Stomach and liver trouble-. Hill, either including whole bloak
S- J For sale, wholesale and retail, by c,f twenty lots 40x137 1-2 'feet each or
ATD-OrOr for The Jowurna James McHugh oct12.- quarter block of five lots. Apply at
Pmaecoiasud PaMna Canal my office, Thiesen Buildlang for furt-t
SU ta.Swhic 0 will OL app.ar M1191990M er p. C. W.
#1 tatsa half-tone pictures ofciy.is ffe n ous er particulars. C. W. Hagerman
bast mad npe l seemed. 1 emin 24auglm.
Lwve erder at Journal o ce. AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' A -
SMalarial and Chill Cure. It cur-s GO TO TURTON fer all slao flms.
WANTED---o.d-baaand Corn, 0t to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a Camera loaded and k nloased tree
a"a eP tta seed moiw oek Out Oc good liver regulator. You need it at t charge He make bt photo.
town shipments oMatOed. WriteE this time of the year. On sale at a Tphsi Liaoe south. 32 yers a lesa .
F. 8. Mellna & Co. sOarehlm druggiss. or at Lewis & Co., 'ast a'. lgam.
Government street. Price, L0c.
13seplm. FI)R SALE.-Shingles andWood to.,
1-2ABT I.__ _V--
Fiber Iu.!41*i.- J-ian
goNir .OAi' w n aay n ame Ag
ki at of pereaL property. amyba
weekly or Boately. WiM s eMSO
monuoy. e e o. J. A- Wilec jz1f W
Governmaat tret. Iallasbur y buttmta
oom 1. 160
MONI WA N&UAg oa "oo rea e,
at e0 S tr Y It y a aMOG. A
Bale UKtiM O
MONIT LOANED on ail udas et pW
eow property on sort satcte
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. pntaairS
28% South Palatox St., Phoe 1144
VUNMITrED am.,unt of amoay fe loss
a all dsM o t peromal property
special rates to busi m afoa arg
loan. T-he New Twk Loss Co.. 3246
402 S. PALAFOX *T.
MONlY TO JjOAM ON DIAMONDS,
WatceM, CanS, la. RIs ad all KiuaG
f ooateral maurity at lowt rate of
aresLt. Bargain Ia unroaemei
Noard and Rooms.
WANTnD-A few boarder at 318 W.
WANTED.-Onea or two roomers; men
preferred. Apply or address No. 171
W. LaRua, ciy. 3octlm*
BAY HOTL,--Open nIght and day.
Buropean plan Rooa _light and
eleas. Tranuien4 trade souoted. 575.
579 South Palafots. Jos. S. Nicolas.
FOR RENT-A five-room cottage,
S110 1 Cervantes, 2 blocks from car.
Sale Apply to C. L. Creighton'j w.wh 'gas, bath and screened. No.
lUST-Locket wh Initials I. H. REGULAK MAIL LIUN-Good convey. Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.y to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware
arsha tinder wit l pease i l an for travel public. Daily asr. Dept., Forbes' Store. lloctlmo*
t ahn & Co. t vic each way. hpley to Bay- R SALE-South haf block 211.
to S Cahn & head. Address J. M. Taggle. Chipley, fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by FOR RENT.-Two-story house, 501 W.
A.T-C .arm off fob. bean shaped 24l 11374 feet on Bay Vieu Park; also Ohase street, ten rooms and kitchen
dmal: diamond on front, initials A. REAL ESTATE, south half of block 22?, fronting 400 with bath and water connection. Ap-
on back Return and receive ;feet on 14th St.. by 137 t feet on Bay ply, ring phone S48, fire rings. ect6t
ward at Journal Office or 710 E. RAL UBTATE I all prt of city. View Park. The only property adjoin-
3regory. 12'btlw* Too buy the ragto d and we will lng Bay View Park that is now for FOR RE-'r-Two4 rom cottages on E
I build your be11 o -1 oa t I par, eale. The beautiful view down the Church for rent. Apply to Mrs. E.
S.-LOST--White setter bitch. with black menu D. nsw w1 9 0o I bayou and down the ba can oVet be Caulson. 3oCt2t*
Spots.; he is short and stumpy. -TA R Dimo obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. .oMly
L t seen e, da ys ago. Reward for TAILO N- Diamo FOR d, Tor. R .
S t. D-ll WhitrIng ot eare- iob S PONe. 4 N FOR SAL. -10-l..o ho a.cpieddby Dr. W Hall No. 111 W.
Wso t ^ Govrn.. .-eit IL. Penao'a. 1 lot. 3 blocks fro? Palaftox. lot L RI a restr Apply toE. =. CM'-y;
west ,o,-n"nt "t, ,-S= ?12 on car Je4. For parUcuajm &R.U& 41 B sf*t.r Tn
L06T-Black. white and ticked setter ....n.c r doraA quiOI-t of 4tand.'d Cloth4 Palafx St.e..
bitch live months old. Answers to] --o--- FO -E .. Jae of Sta n C g-
name of Ruth. Return to Dan Hall. FOR SALE. KdU t
,lb N. DeVilliers Street and get re- ALL FOR $1-1C lbs. Granulated, 0
vard. octlw Sugar 1 pound Our Own Freshly FOR SALE.-Comic "StegomyIa" pos.
Parchea Mocha and Java Coffee. 1 lb. tal cards for sale at White's Re-- WANTED.-MY patrons to know that
LO6T.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near- Aldernay Baking Powder. thk Powder' taarant, two for tive cents. Outside my school will open at teo same
ly brown. Liberal reward for re- is equal to Royal that costs you 50 orders will not be filled unless cash place as heretofore, as soon as the yel+
turn to Ben D. Beers, a: Wm. Johnson cts. per pound. New Orleans Grocery and postage accompanes order. Or- low fever situation will permit. Mis
SIa. Co.11 octi d:r quick. 28sept. Pattle Holden. Hegt.
y MadRev n. WELSHH & SMITH,
7:30 o'olook. A las.
wvitaten Is ueztaa" WT
lug Knightsl. Fisher auidingld 0 Seut Palate
JOhN B. JONIU.
t0koorwad. PHONE S26.
Peasoa LAg., 4, 1. & .* R. JNO, V D TIL r
Pensacola LAde NM 4, L 0. 0. P.,
meet every Thursday evelag at 7: L
at th oew h2all WWt e Owis*
street Vltlngs rietren cordaly Room 8, Brent Bunld tg. PhhmV,.
lnftedM T. STINSON, -
B. R WITKOVMl, Scrtar. - -ee
RESSKAH SITERI WM. D. HOVE,
Naomi Lodge S& 10,Rek ISAttoracyamdCwamfo! Law
to s 0ea every Beday naigt at
I o'ca* IIs L 0. 0. V.* BaL VIe 401 Thleelt wulidlinag
Itlg sisters cordial tanvited to '
nreseat MR JL SI D ATRA
MISS MAMIEt PRi MAN. oevretary. I
M. a B. A. No. 81 m ta Brt ant
third Wednesday evening at 1:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West Iteo
j. L. SWBNBT. Sec.
Ljve Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W
meets in Pythian Hall let and $rr
WedneSdays In each moth.L Viaittif
sovereigns co'dially Invited.
r. A. BOS HTCH. C. a
LBSLiU E BROOka.. Cler.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle mee3 last Thursday.
of each month at 8:3 p. m., 3rd floor
Wsteon building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially lUvited. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen.
GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS
iM. t. GONUALMB & CO. Props
CHOICEE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
oy yewr meal a stock feed troe
tie ome anufacturer, emooarasgli
wacm industry. cotribute to boa*e
labor and leave your money ta yIr
SB. WRIGHT & CO
and Dealers in
LUMBER. LATH SAWED LfPRES8
H imtl AN" KILN-
o. w. POR4 4 m a,,.
etes, e & triue -- .,mash ara
L _.U hIL fain.&L
THSOUGN SLEMR meBMY COPASIM
am o.emis To Caus
easm" sem* ~" A"s"" m own
S MUW LP .% I
Califo0nia and Northwest
Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kansas
tf4tC I* thi
BIDS WANTED. "' "
Bids for building a Steel Bridge
across the Perdido River by geambla Union Pacific
county. Floridas, and Baldwin efouuty,
Alabama, near auoge Fldid will aad connections, with through eleepi
be received until Jauary let, 1M, ean.
and will be opened by the sPrd of One-way colonist rates on sale from
County CommiusklOrS Of Jkfmmbia' September 15th to October 31st, 1006
county, Florida and Baldwin county, To California, Oregon, Washiagtop
Alabama, at Pensacola, Florida, on Montana, Utah, etc.
January 10th, 190M Bidders ust vis- S ial round trp rates to a
it site, make all mesUreWets, tske Special round trip rates t Calf
soundings and subuait blue print with na and the Lewis & Clark Expoa
bid. tion at Portland, Oregon, jntil Sep.
Plans and specileations can be ..e member 2Mth.
at Pensacola, Florida, in the oce of Ask for through rate from yoa
A. M. McMillan, Clerk of theo Circuit station and secure literature. I -
Court. The right is remrove to re- formation freely given.
ject any or all bids. Bids to-be ad-| J. F. VAN REN98ELAWtR
dressed to A I. Mc M lla, Clerk; General Agmt,
Board County CoumissioBers, Peasa-, 18 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
cola, Florida, and should be parKed. 0. W. ELY, T. P. A.
"Proposals for Steel Bridge." sept_
# TERSELY TO.D 6
* BUSINESS LOCALS. *
Renrtrx & CarpeatW wrlt ftrbih
elt.i.ates on butldlnl and- ftetan
and give personal attentim to work.
22 i. Strong, and 81t be a Rlu
McKinste OertlUng Co., wlesai
and retail ship chaad.'ers t4 LeOrs.,
the only -rst-claw boe of t kind
in PeMecola. rf& 8I to dL
Why use lferlor paper, wa ye
can buy Kelso Bond, F-rech Dimlty.
Kara n12, or C.rsi opmm at C. V.
Thompson''s. 0 S. aI.L L
Keep your yt tIn gsod Idto
aad yo seead sC*r *my1 rl .
Plato. the gret st*acheB I Wf
sal*, whoieale mA Mt ii
Iasee r ceOd t. w.
sAelA, St. Audrews PO
PENSAGCOLA. MOBILf, APALACG6
COLA. CARRABILt 8,ST. AN.
And IIa points *n G. Andrewe se
Carrabl"e and Apaa,,hi.ola.
La*ve Penaacola Suada%. 8:j0 p
* far Mobile Ai&
Leave Pensacola. Tuesday) 8:30 p
m,. for St. Andiews, Miilv.e, Ap.
lae'nicola. Carrabelle and lnte.manelif
For additional Into-matloa ap, ly *
J.. SAUNI RS.
IR L COBB. PrwAdIeN
a rta adf Ptss. Ag:
p I -I 1 Si S N..... TH .
HALF SHELL DAILY AT
OYSTERS On 1OKF..
It's Unfair to
Drag Your Family
aronaj from pUillar to post every year, if you're a renter.
looking up a new tsottion, when you can just as easily
Put Your Rent Money
Into a Home of Your Own.
It's ill In the starting. We start you ; iht. We've
startel others. Better call ,n and talk the matter ov.:r
- I -Y 4000a-
NIC rotas HRL
4 E j
UMIAL, FRIDAY M:ORNIMG, OCTOBER 13, 1t05
.1 ~ *-
Tow or Take a Bottle of Bosso.
'its tIc J 3rI C; C;
A DIoi'. Vrt&b ff
DI eYrk i
are wearing Hart,
mr & Marx tailor
Clothing for mes
walk right into a
POar own liking a
material, fit an' wo
lp are guarantee
all you're looking
make your attire
2OSXW S& Poadc
CITLU IIs ,
SAte Grocery Co.
V. J. VIDAL, MmGor.
IU am Fgany GrUIOe
Phsene 725. L
Juat recelved-Mackerel, Spaw Rb,
olled Be elesem Corned Beet. Ood
Ptkh, New Raisins, Herring In Keg.
rled Herring. Black Olives, S&
XIymIp Cod FIsh. Halibut, Bloatem,
SpaaMah Ooleas, Olives in Keg, Dill
Ptckles, Mack Greek Olives, Sa&er
. Ka*t;. B ot Pickles, Francis Ieg
& Co.'s CeleMrated Brand of Canned
0ooda6 AaPaanfu and T.ps, Lobaters
almok, Shrimp, Oysters, Clams. Ima-
Vre'd Sardines. 1l.aj Cheese. Ital-
Sam Paste, Spanish Canned Good.
White Beans, Red Beans, B tter
Buale. rerything new sad freaks
Nos. 0o6 W o08 S. Pslatf St.
bg iDreaP gai
N Ute place to send your clothes to be
taed Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired.
2e are now in a position to handle
ewr work more eBclntly than ever.
E. L. REESE,
Na. 11 North Palafox street.
P. M. WILLIAMS I
CONTRACTOR AND BU'LDIER,
02e1Mkmam anlbdlta& am
w Pea Umamem oUClq
Prmamt atteUon alwayva giv
to buhet PdMoael. F.
On October 16, I will move my stock
C greecerips and feed stuff from co--
alw th Ave. mad 14th streets, to
'aMe with the blue front on corner
0t Davis and Lloyd streets.
WIll keep a fall and complete stock
I mc tw sad staple grocerles and feed
1 11: Thanking my friends and eus-
, a mrs for past favor*. I respectfully
ollekt a Conatnance of same. Call
mad get prices before purchasing else-
wbaer. Full weights and measures
o unateed Ring phone 620 and give
- your .rder.
C. M. Wilson.
VAMC "S MALL, NORTH OF AM4E-
g.1 I. L. C, COOL, HEALTH, EKX-
g >C HALL ALEXANDER, N. Q
$25,000 electric supply ad eo ustr
D US MorristoW'h-Water works.
San Antonia $200,00 building
Pn block company.
Waco-$5.000 electrical supply com-
pany; manufacturing company.
Houston-$10,000 laundry; $10,000
I f Dallas-Plant to manushacture elec-
trical fixtures; $50,000 building and4
and loan company.
SSugarland-$850,000 sugar mill com-
Canadian-$250,000 telephone com-
ad Semal Cop t s Orpanized pany.
Beaumont-4100,000 lumber com-
Bonham-$8,000 ice factory.
i i W k Ringgold-$15,000 building and
Schaff-. Bonham-Foundry and wool works.
S Chattanooga Ten., Oct. 12.-The Bay City-$25.000 rice and irriga-
made Chattanooga. Tenn., Oct. 12The tion company.
L Juat following list, compiled from reports Childress-$5,000 telephone com-
liut of made bi- corrempondents of The pany.
ad the !Tradesman. contains the more impor- Oldenburg-Telephone company.
rkman- ttant new industries established in the Virginia.
d to be southern states during the week end- Richlands-$125,000 bartyes and
for to ing today. Among those of largest milling ompany compa to ma:
tault- capitalizstion will be noticed a aovel- ufacture textile specialties; $16,000
opuent company in West Virginia with paint and roofing company.
$3,$0,000 capital, an automatic scales Cumor-Two saw mills.
co p ay in Okbo. with $1,000,000 Lynchburg-Shoe factory.
capital. a sugar mill company In Tex- We. t Vir.ni
as with $50,000 capital, and others Huntington-$25,000 steel an4 iron
with stated capital of from $100,000 to Reader-$20,000 flouring mill.
O$ 500W,005. tir is coaiderable activi- GlenviHe-$25,000 lumber company.-
ty in the cotton states, iu the organize Jane Lew-$25.000 lumber comn-
Wer tion of new tills and in -he iron, coal pany.
and timber sections of the south. Morgantown-$250,000 gold pad cop
Alabama. per company.
Gadsdeea-4Power plart. Charleston-$100,000 coal and tim-
HaymelIe-425.000 oAil mill. ber company; $100,000 coal com-
S Talld4sa-50,000 yarn company. pany. ..
Annistoe-Trunk tac.tory. Warfleld-$3,000,000 development
J A. .-- "company.
U.ttle .. ....... mining Wheeling--100,000 manufacturing*
T U f -ock-l6.00 co00al mining company
/.r-r crpanyf ; 9.4 grain elevator. "P..
payConway--fO0 construction com. Takes the burn out; heals the wound;
I LV p aI -. cures the pain. Dr. Thomas' W electric
tflem-sl .000 novel works. Oil, the household remedy.
YevTlle--.4 0,000 melter. o n
9yer--410,000 lumber company. ,.I .... .. ... a
MoatUoello--$l 5,000 fertilizer
Central City-$15,000 foundry and
Winchester-$48.000 oil and gas
Dawson Springs-$500,000 coal, coke
and railroad company .
Meridian-$500,000 wagon factory.
Weaso -Water works.
Kansas City-410,000 investment
Carthage-$50,000 quarrying com-
Ozark-$50,000 manufacturing com-
Billingi-10,000 lambe* company.
St. Louls-$-10,000 building com-
pany; $5,N0 mining and develop-
ment company; $5,000 manufacturing
company; supply company.
Joplin-$40.000 mining company.
Morgantown-$10,000 land and Iron
Mr. Holley-$80,000 cotton mill
Raleigh-$,10C00 building and loan
Mount .Holl--4S0,BO0 cotton mill.
statesville-l-412S.o knitting mill;
$100,000 cotto mill.
Raeford-$12,000 power and manu-
fraakbe-410o,00 lmber coa-
Alva-4100,00 oil, gas and
pany; $LO000,05 automatic
SOklaoma City-45Q,000 fuel
pany; ,00 m.anufacturing
pany; 150,000 stese company.
and power plast.
Lawtnw-120,000 canning com
Guthrile-$-10,M treatr factor
Special to The Journal.
. Chipley, Oct. 12.-Mr. W. 0. Well]
of Chipley and Miss Belle Evan& of
Sneads were quietly married Oct 12th
at the home of the bride's parents
at Sneads. Only relatives and friends
The young couple have the best
wishes of their many friends. They
will make their future home in Ch p-
ley where Mr. Wells is favorably
known-being connected with the we'l
known firm of T. L. Wells & Brothers.
NICE FRESH OYSTERS ON THE
HALF SHELL DAILY AT NICK
TO THE PUBUC.
We will not be responalble for apy
naebts contracted by any one in our
employ as manager or otherwtee of
any of our markets.
W. L MORAN & BMO.
OYSTERS ON THE
DAILY AT NICK
McMillan Bros. Co.
Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga. Oct 12.-The naval
stores Maarket closed to-day as tol-
WW .......................... 65
WG .. .. .. .. ..............5 50
N.. .. .... .. ..............5 20
M .. .. .. .... .. ...... .. ....5 10
K .. .. .. .. .. .. ............ 5 00
I .. .... .. .. .. .. .......... 4 85
H ...... ................ 4 80
G .. ...... ..... .4 75
F .. .. ..... ...............4 70
S. . . .. .. .. ......... . 4 30
D ...... ..... .. .......... 4 05
C. .. ........ ................ 3 80 Stearnships.
Spirits Turpentine 69% cents. Br. ss. Eastlands, 2001. Thomas froti
--- St. Vincent, consigned to F. 0. Howe
COTTON Harold, Nor ss, 1435, Aos, London.
The following cotton quotations are Br. es. Labelia, Watson, Verra Cruz,
reported for The Journal oaily by C. Keser & Co., 1913. V
f unter Imore, F. 0. B. cotton broker. B r. ss. Labella, Palmer, from Vera
rensaoola, Fla.: CTuz, to W. S. Keyser & Co.
Gooo' Middling.. .. ............9% Ships.
Strict Middling.. .. .. .. .. .....9.'a Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
Middling............ ........9% men 'o Master.
Strict Low Middling.... .. .. ..9 Nor. ship Ilala, 1248, Andreusen,
Stains and Tinges % to 1 cent lower from Leith, to Master.
---- Itl. ship Trinito. 1472. Santagule,
SIPPING NES "Time ad Tide Wait for No Man"
VESSELS IN PORT.
Pecklington' Br ss, Whyte, 886, Gal-
veston to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Katendrecht, Dutch ss, Hockstra,
1364, Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
Tugela. Br ss, Lacock, 2148, Vera
Cruz to H. Baars & Co.
Vivina, Span as, Bustinza, 1988, Liv-
erpool, to Gulf Transit Coo
Cimbria, Dan as, Hansen, Hamburg
to Gulf Transit Co.
Elastlands, Br .,s, Thomas, for Rot-
terdam and Hull, with 896,000 s ft
sawn timber, 169,000 s ft lumber.
Alfa, Dan bktn, Rasmunsen, 271, for
Paysander with 197,000 s ft lumber,
358 bbls. rosin, 10,476 pickets.
New York Quotations, from Rio Janerlo to Rosasco Bros.
New York, Oct. 12.-The following Barms,
Are the ruling cotton quotations to- Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
Open Close Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
January.. .. .. .. 9.97 9.86. Nor bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quall, from
March ..10.11 10.01 "ondon.
December .......... -9.91 9.76 Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Gloucester to order.
Uverpool QUOtAtIons. Ger.bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from
Liverpool, Oct. 12.-The following Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter-
are the ruling cotton quotations today: en, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268.
ct.-Nov.. .. .... 5. 6 5 i Nor. bk. East Craft 1248, Johnso.
.... .. .. 530 542 from Dublin to Master.
ev.-anec .. .. .. .. .. .4 5.'4 Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227
"ec.-Jan .. ". .. .. ....6..4 4 .28 London
WEATHER CONDITIONt Nor. bk. Mocco. 1052, Ellifren, from
A R COT Liverpool, to Alex Zelius.
FAVORABL[ FOR COTTON Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors.
Tgrund to A. Zelius.
The United. State 'Department of Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
Agriculture Cotton Region Weather- Rotterdam
Crop Bulletin for the week ending Oc- Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nilson, 1476,
ober 9 says: T'roon to A. Zellus.
Over most of the cotton belt the
weather conditions during the greater Barkentines.
part of the week eatdltg October 9 Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen,
%ere favorable for picking cotton Ceara, Brazil.
Rains interrupted ,fokking, however, 4ctoonera.
iLring the early part of the week in Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana i
portions of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisia- Eima, Br sch, Henebery, 299 HA ;
ta, Mississippi and Florida, apd in lo- vana.
a! areas in Alabama and South Caro- Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc!sen, 55, Key
[na. W-st to Gulf Transit Co.
The reports Indicate that the gener- Geo. May, Davis, t-livere, 554.
1 condition of cotton over most of the
cotton area is but slightly changed, s
compared with the previous week. A
light deterioration is shown in Flor-
da and, in portions of the central and
western districts where inserts have y | | |
een very destructive, the boll weevils
dug reported in Increased numbers E y e O I
n Texas. In central Texas and in por-
Ions of Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia
nd Florida open cotton was damaged
y rain, which also caused sprouting T ll
i bolls In portions of Mississippi and
uisa UI 0IUUU
A duddbhst Nammerr.
There are nuns who wear male at. i .
ire. The religious females who are ,n the body passes
mua straUngei guru are .menuoneu
by Sir Charles Gordon In his "Recol-
lections of Thirty-nine Years In the
In 1800 Sir Charles, accompanied by
a fellow officer, was seeking a hospi-
tal site in. Tientsin, China, when he
came In sight of a Buddhist nunnery.
In spite of the warnings of one of the
Inmates, who appeared in male attire,
they entered the building and found
that all the other nuns were similarly
dreamed. The intrusion greatly shocked
the Boddhist women.
"Our regrt was real," said SW
-aries. "lExplanations were ex.
waused;w w e Informed that the
- --eit within adopted male co-
t o as an m dtana that tbe nhot
Omly renoam eeg the world, bnt with It
the emblems o tdeftr sex. We were re-
eelved by the lady superior, and tea and
Cakes were offered to and partaken
at by us. We are then permitted to
visit the 'private chapel,' and finally
we parted from ed religleuses on the
beast of terms."
Seth Carolina. Wee
North Aigta-425,000 lumber mill. here.
Browaavlle-420a ,. hosiery milL.
Mempbite--40,0e Ice cream lac.
Nashville-* 3,000 maufaturing
mp ny. -CAS.
ClarOs-Foadr. aj eo
The carriage l W Whi Napoleon I.
made his famous retreat from Mscaow
and In which he as emperor general
set out from Paris in thd campaign
which closed at Waterloo is preserved
in London by the trustees of the Wel-
lington estate, the relic having former-
ly been the property of the "Iron
Duke." It is a two heated conveyance,
with the top gad a lined with ron;
there I also front "curtain" of Iron
that can be raled and lowered at will.
The wheeka large Ma heavy, and
the stepA fe finihId In c mous battle
designs dome a. at The emperor
ded the back sfbt ema kept his pillows
and bakets une t. The ack of the
* at 'm~kl and
W iarddW^ ift fcinal wv
through the kid-
neys and is filtered
and purified. In
order that these
organs may per-
form their duties
should be taken
to keep them in
didio. If you are
a sufferer from kid.
ney trouble, try
and you will never
For Sale by
A very old saying. but full of truth, nevertheless. As
the dars are passing you are letting the opportunity sl p
way fiom you to procure a protection for your wife and
children should the Angel of Death call on you.
A Poltcy t The Fq4utaM w Protects. Get It to-day.
Knowles Bros. GlAts
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,
L W LA&WS 8W, P4lw W a e eme 8t., pm..1*e Fa
The Union Central Life
acm a lower death rate, lower expense rate,. and biger
Interest rate than any company doing business in Florida
It iould be eay for you te decide the rest..
A. L Wlliam9s, General Agent.
Iron Wor s and Supply Co.
6 i amurers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. Agents
: for Jamn McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
S Chalsc or all deseriptios.
Offee Phone' 1. PHIL WITrMAN, Mgr.
Reldeasee- Pne 109. P. O. Bex 121.
0' For mtst women kitchen work is a drag and a drudge *
and Pesusa more worry than all the other household
duties combined. They are really chained to the kitchen
* by a lot of work that could be avoided ;)y the use ct a
GAS RANGE FOR COOKING.
Ask us about one.
PENSACOLA GAS CO.
27 East Garden Stret.
ICAl, COAL and WOOD
| t ozxhe tae
c cM, n ,er I t and Fuel Company.
c Oe-Cr Cmase sad Tarragona. Phone. am.
CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It will pay y to iavstigate sar prices before Wyieg yew
Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We be bha Palts, Oils, Brick, LUM and Csat
We iam n yn omey evrythin.
Saunw* MMill Company
OEM '29 Best Grvdn StCeet
Facutys I Iwik P&Waocz Sreet.
Thjs is to eertfy that all drggts
are Oathorised to reftad YUtr mamey
it lley's Honey and Tar falls
cuo your cough or P l. ste the
cogh, heals tie lang aid IevTents
serious results tm a coid. Cures la
grippe cough sad prevents pneumonia
and consumption. ComtalUs o opi
ates. The genuale Is In a yellow pack-
age. Refuse substitute* W. A: DA-
emberte, Druggist ad spotheeary.
TO TH| TRAML
On amount at f e satie, we WIl
not undertake .to blh a branch
house in PesoMla& nMW raoe is re-
voked. We will make all ol aad
grain shipment tro Mobile, Ala.
Same will go twwad pr y. Send
us w outr ord!
14sept1i. .-. 1 Danh, Aft
T'S A PLEASURE
FOR ANY MAN
to slip into af
when you Wmstft to
The Star Steam
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