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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. Vi 0 NO. 0g PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1905. PRICE, 5 CEN


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G D00 SHOWING HNRY |lfNY|HO ln lll T 1fW YORK NATIONALS RENEWE
BY NEW ORLEANS AGAIN VICTWIS

a nt 0D I0 LSTL M Tae Fourth Game i, Campionshp Series '

SUI DU HO1015T ol lnl From Philadelphia Americans

"O OT.. -UNGWATERY N HT LDRby Score ofitoo.
0 NO St NIFICANCE or Exp d Am TlL IIs Ts ofEqpita will in ire Bye thPe fourth n g today ate A
1 A A E New York, Oct IS.-Three to one Is Cross was o anxious to get a bounder ff
L r t the advantage the New York Nation- from Mertes that he fumbled the ball
i_ O iiga *B Dirtr *ale hold over the Philadelphia Amri- and juggled with it long enough to let
cans In the struggle for the World's the batter reach first In safety. This
Championship. The New Yorks scor- was the only error recorded in the
K -ed their third victory today ana if the game, but was an expensive one as 1
SSIE D WITH ATTACK O SYN- NU ER O O BE E- Mrlocals succeed in getting the better of formed the nucleus of a run, the only
M Fm m S ATTACK OF SYN NUMBER OF RSONS TO BE the visitors in t morrow's contest the and' winning r n. OFFICIAL
_If M M a COPE AND PASSED AWAY AT LECTED AT ANNUAL MEETING World's Championship 4ag will fly Following is a summary of the
umjM &M @ o 1 Wfrom the mast at the Polo Grounds. game:
TUM VOLLOWA 4 11:30 IN HOTEL AT BRADFORD ON DECEMBER 6 FROM RANKS The Phillies, heavy handicapped Ro
iOAT ATS.- -4MISE WAS TOTALLY UNEX. OF THOSE HOLDING POLICIES erratic pitcher Waddel, have twice New York............1 5 0
E UAPECTED. IN SOCIETY. succumbed to the masterful work of Philadelphia. ........0 6 1
Matthewson, and today McGinnity Batteries: McGinnlty and Bresna-
g MUt wAM A L vhte LA- a w -L w Cardson pitched gilt edged ball. h* an; Plank and Powers.
E -- T abot twelve y" at "e was saved
I--.- .A. 4 P T. ftma a watery Mave yesterday at- London, Oct. 13.-Sir Henry Irving By Asselalied P~s. UARAN NE
I ----- 2 bYa ~ ns who P 4 died suddenly at Bradford tonight. New York. OctS1.-S-John K. Ker- | nnn ,, lGAINTTALAN N
11o the b a time.a The -death of the distinguished actor an, of Uti New York and WinRAINT ALA
_th-asb-- g h ird was t y unexpected. He was e d- C. Redeld,. 1roo were recom-OUN OF
S -r- = yhaf b ner a a u temended for election to the board of
- e-O cRtstret whert, and Ia some meaner gaged in a tour of the province ap- directors of the Equitable Life Assur- AT CATLEBE
E w O Oct .-- dlst ohis blat ae aell oveooard. hearing nightly, and a few days ago ce Society at a mteng of the |n T Tn 1 AA
SI- ) s go- eW Wal yetow t v- A A b nu er a rw th" boy a spoke at u public meeting advocatlU trustees today. Mr. Ke nan is a UU I i iI C. HARDY-HI
or S mt p. m: S S el, e w oes t- r away the movement for the municipal member of the State Ralroad Com- I AOUT PASED
New M so ;. totals sate be at e -theatre. mission and Mr. Redfeld is a manu- IABOUT AiED
| A -ol-WA ..1. m W.ev. eV pas- Sir Henry played as usual tonight facturer
Doo 4. tWtal to date 4. L43 In* bmar, Asel the bor drowu- at Bradford and returned from the The selection ln both eases were
No w -- . is. lOeaped r id su ceeded theatre to his hotel, where he was to fill vacancies LLLL
__ __ __ ___Ir EFtaFEAt W. o reculiag The r Wm war- seized with an attack of syncope The trustees also reparep d a cir- I
rc O e awho hs near, whee Dr. 1 S at eleven thirty o'clock, cular which will be seat to every wli- -l Lt I i growing is ta
So"M igAWoas gw moned, sad after Sir Henry Irving's last appearance cyholder Inviting an expression of mary of the yell
..h..... .. .. **.. ...f..or de time sucesded in was in "Becket," Lord Tennison's their whes touching the selection t to ast
...... TeAoitd rs ngt fopmlay of that name.from their number persons to be vot- . New cases .....
h cee e f n le m fromed or b the trustees for directors But Utt Coimmlent Was Mde, Rise in Teepraite WDeths toda
I t eemnat, OKiL. u X-fJ STPtaNS r celved the following telegram from of the society at its annual meeting Death yetda
0Sy mnat t largyset sbert .I. Sir Henry's manager. Bramn 8toker: on December 6th. IyFgettital deaths to
S_. "_ s" n" -- 11V _S__B a "Very terrible news Sir Henry The board of trustees s composeP aseJs dsebarged
sew Ot o "d.i. .by thIe OF Irving had an attack of syncope after of former President Greovr Cleveland, Was n Efft is ,ses under tre
P'erl i~sut~returning from the theatre to his Justice Morgan J. O'Brz* and Geo,
|a s W 1101 hotel tonight and died suddenly." Westinghouse. r Geo
S ti- eanthe da tt - e,-- C -- C--R. LAt NI-T AT 7: a Nrr- The new "Jim Crow" street car The cool weather which prevailed Twenty-nine new
-ae M omtes t e t WtM tr Mi v R UN A E W BANlK AI w went into effect yesterday morn- In Pensacola for several days, now deaths was the offlc
o s e"d fRrtherdilatfNctaL by Te f t r Lv O -i 40 Ing, and when the cars left the street seems to be passing away, and warm. headquarters of th
W ai b Iof IX Y& ORLEANS BANK ELECTS ORS car barns the conductors had instruc- er wether s experieced..There hovering he
liatl ta d a t p te -- ? tons where to seat the white and col- was a rise in temperature yesterday f the suspicious
l st at the amat i d of L Stehma_, fmet.- the O el re .. ored passengers. A, before the white of three degrees, accding to tse pected that a large
Sr T t asN- who has aS By Assostd. Press. y T passengers were signed to the front weather bureau, the. thersm peter velop into yellow fe
Pp*, I Orle ns. OAtj. 1.worti ofthe "d'the colored oW ae, *
ably to the publication of a story yes- -port o or a o.ered;r
los i, q : clock of ter4ap tn a newspaper here a run be- ca Vtakes' Amsoetion today elect- ones to the rear portion. are that the weather will onte to volu la
e an S the eo rtena e am I en w r. gan today on the Germania Savings ed oEcers and ad3nrned. John L. There was but little comment upon grow warmer for several days doing thorough and
i p M va that violent Mr. Steppe was taken III during Bank and many small depositors with- Hamilton, of Jfoopestown, IHa., was the change. In fact many Sorgot th.it In his summary of weather coodi- are of much assist
changes i tpersature, suc as have the earmy portion of the week, but It drew their deposits. The police kept eOected president, and G. 9. Whitson, the law became effective yesterday tons, Weather Observer Reed ye clalt.
ome this week, would be followed by was not until Thursday that his case the crowd in order and each depon- and took seats in any vacant seat in terday
e large la te death rate. was prononeed yellow fever itor was paid promptly when his vice-president of the National City a car, where they were reminded by "The continued eastward moe- ouraging aspect, in
His condition continued to grow book was presented the officials having Bank of New York City, was made conductors to move into the com- ment of the high area to the South At- now working harm<
q Cf( D ISUM iAMRY more seriouss with each day, and yes- made preparations against the run. first vice-president. apartment in which they belonged. latic States, Nbrth Carolina and Vir- fort to stamp out th
HI I Aterday afternos all hope of his re- Few of the depositors knew the rea- A discussion of practical banking The col 'ed people continued to ginia, caused a general deposit of that suo dent funds
ccvery wa given up. He was unable son for the run. The bank officers ride yesterday the same as hereto- frost this morning fr the central thorough fumigation
|S F- SSi lS I to talk for a number of hours before declare th" bank in a safe condition questions was followed by an address fore, and from the comment made portions of Mississippi, Alabama, believed that It can
FOR MISSISSIPP death arrived', but was conscious up to and all accounts will be paid prompt- b) Harvey D. Goulaler, of Cleveland, the colored people seemed to be as Georgia and Tennessee northeastward within a few weeks.
within a few hors of his death. ly. Business men have offered al president of the Merchant Marine well satisfied with the new conditions to Maine, with heavy deposits at Wil- ploy of the dtate Boa
The deceased leaves no known rela- large sum of money to the bank. j League, on "Our Commerce." as the white people. mington, Knozville, Norfolk and taken up their burd
By Aesela Prue tires, except a half brother in Georgia, Washington and killing frost at Ashe- vigor and will push
Jackuaa Oct. 1.-The Mississippi who was telegraphed to last night, but ville, its southern limit being Merl- be done.
ever susary for today is as follows: ao reply ha yet been received. dian, Montgomery and Macon. The New
Natche, four new cases, three new The hour of the funeral has not yet "An extensive low area covers tne' The nw cases
oci; Vicksburg. eight new cases; been announced. The deceased had southern plateau region, the eastern last night are as fo
ulfitort, three mew cases; Biloxi. one reached the age of 73 years, and ha slope of the Rocky mountains and Crecentia Boras, c
sew case; Port GibM, two new cases; been in business for twenty or thirty the upper Lake Region with general- and Alcaniz streets.
S hamburg. one death. years in Pensacola. ly low pressure through the Lake Leontine Boras c
I. TRO UBL Region to Maine. Rain Is falling in an' Alcan-z streets.
S CON PIf .R D TO M I GIB O \western New York and eastern c,. Miss Ida Rivers,
G IBSO N tana, while at Yellowstone "Park It iwis F. Joh. 21
CONSPIRED snowing. Increasing lodiness and street.
DEFRAUD CITY M IS temperatures are passing east Miss Nor a aniel
ward through the central portions of mot street.
I -Zthe country with the low pressure, Mr. Crass, 528 We
L while a high area over the Nor Mrs. Crass, 528 W
SI iss Ifl Pacific states has caused cooler Thomas Raucher,
Piehi_3C rd W ELL KN W **WIweather eastward to central Mon- street
thdelphir Octo de .--Chaed c T tana and Wyoming; these conditions Ross Haley, Big
"-'h- 'ra ct o dea heE R / I' In are favorable for fair weather in E.W. Allen, Tent
Abraham L. English, former direct rr \ I this vicinity tonight and Saturday Leon street
aSad Henry E. Batep members of a with wly risin temperature ad m Bosso, 134 a
contracting trm; Philip H. Johenson fresh East to Southeast winds." Miss Mamie L Bai
an architect rnd James D. Finley, *4 son street
formerly building aspector,. were ar- f I MIS RD00S VILFIT C. R. Barter, 131
raigned for hearing today before mag- -. street.
tatrate EBienbrowa. The p-oeen -WIs Mbr g t Pesbyter. AII O M Bob Holley, color
S tio was intigated by Mayor weaver fua SAILS fOR HOME ory street.
,and is the result of an investigation UM Cl a MissiOn- Mr. Iowry, 208 N
Smade by W. BleddinU Powell, c v Mrs. H. A. Weath
ar|Thitect. into the construction of one r, of the buildings at the city aospitt! B* L y Aaeocatd Prs Eva Weathers, 412
or contao dieses. The hearing Yokohoma, Oct. 13.-The PaciSflc mal Avy Weathers, 412
w cninued unil tomorrow. iss Maragret Gibson, the youn.- \/ / cisco this afternoon with Miss Alice alley.
lady who *died Wednesday night at Roosevelt and party ano' E. H. Harri- Florence Cunning
KILL D W HL ON t. Anthori's hospital of yellow fevr. m an, president of the Southern Raci- Blanca.
|t 'LL U ipLy U was quite wqll known among e ftc Railroad Company, and party. The Mattle Cunninghar
S AY TO F Ri members of the Presbyterian chur-.. I diEtinguished Americans were given ca
W A T U N AL of which church she was a member, a great send off by the Japanese, res'- Joe Touart, 528
The deceased was a sister of Rev. . dent foreigners and civil officials, trmet


J. W. Gibson. of Palataka. Fla.. and D. M. Roach, 528
came here several months ago wih f e PTAI D stract
By Associated Press the intention of entering the misson- C PTAIN TAGGART Mr. Harrison, 10
ouisvmill. Oct. 10 -While on bet ary service for the Palafox and Gads. d Smith, 810 as
*a% to the funerall of red church. de S:reet elu,'che. La'er she j Gin. ilRAI TFD DIlR"PC, Mrs. McClure, I
who commi:t, 1i suie-id' on Wednesday. ed the Presbyterian church and %as steI.
twoX days after h:s marriage. Mrs to have served as missionary for that / Mrs. Mconald M
Chb- Wtt-er wva thrown rom a bug- church. denca street.
in a runaway and her neck broken The remains which had been in- : By Aociated Pres. Arthur Anerson,
Ie hvl d onl a fow minutes. erred at the poor farm were exhn. Wooster, Ohio. Oct. 1.-Judge ason street.
S -- iuedi yesterday and given a Christian gave a decision in themEssart divorce Miss Hattie Hoo
RUSSIN TROOPS bural cse this afternoon, atlng Captain street.
RUSSIAN TROOPS The deceased was about forty years Taggart a divorce. The Judge review- The C
IG T I C R Tof age, and the members of the ,u. L r -* \ ed the evidence in the case at great The deaths report
did not even k"ow that was ill uptil ,, length areasfollows:
they read in The Journal the notice t t. Stephens, 1
of her death. J. tpen, tt
S9.. .SERIOUS RE C. Hardy, 308
By Associated Press. JUDGE EUGENE A. TUCKER u st C a ,
CaneL. Island of Crete. Oct. 13.- OF ARIZONA, RE4IGNS .AT EXPO ITIO Jim Varago, Tenth
Russian soldiers. gendarmes and civi, O A RIZONA RESO street.
guards yesterday occupie] the village By Associated Press. .. rIL Caffree, (colo
ot Armice, in the Itallan zoe and a Washington. Oct. IS.-The President strt l.
1gt0 with the insur;!ents esmue-. has accepted the resignation of Judge y Asse d Pr Qmrntine Agl
which lasted atil tonight. Detai's Eugene A. Tucker, associate justice of Portosad, Ore Oct. -Wt Dr. Porter yesterf
v r eno'reid bu.t local papers, the Supreme Court of Arizona, effec- pears to be a re of Oct oiW p. Da ormatlon fro
St ha: ve in.-a werp kiM .1t;ve t.-.crrow. The pras'dl nt hs ap- sbrk at 4 tae health o er o
and e fh: ounej aad tha the R: pointed to succeed him Gaal Jessen, PEACE-WTT*VER I COME B TC A3W' A LWA N A80UMIM T OOING OM. lion grounds. The Mios .
1 troops suffered no cd5lities. lo' Nebraska. THE AUSTRIAN-HUNG3ARAN i Aijf -M .,to seSter3 ~ I Sgs (Conthnoed r0
|- .a.ITUA .L :.


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Friday.

ESTABLISHED
IAMA COUNTIES
YELLOW FEVER
IRY-DEATH OF
ENRY MONK HAS
CRITICAL STAGB

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he official sum- *
ow fever situ a
light: i
late ..'., $S
y .. ... 4
date...... 52
i ..........145 0
atment ....186 5

cases and four
lal report from the
e State Board of
yellow fever situ-
cases it was -
number would die
ver, and such was
mme new Ien
Iag the day by the
spectors, who are
efficient work and
ances to the offl-
Sassumed' an en-
asmuch as all are
oniously in an of-
e disease, and now
are available lor a
of the city, it is
L be accomplished
Those in the em-
ard of Health have
ens with renewed
the work now to
Cases.
reported up to
allows:
corner Goverzmemt
corner Governmexi
ast Garden street
14 South Alcaalb
5, 611 East BI
?st Gregory street
est Gregory street
634 West Gregory
Bayou.
h avenue and De-
st Chase street.
rr, 1211 Bast Jack.
4 East Jackson
td, 811 East Greg
north Avenue.
ers, 412 North 0
North C. street.
North C. street
colored, 23 Lake'1
gham, 8 Florida
m, 8 Florida Blas
East Goverg-e


East Government
North G street
t Helaburg street.
Iast Governmea
oyer, East latel-
523 East GreguM'
ge, 811 DeLegw
deaths.
Wd up to last alght
20 South Palafs
South Alcaais
avenue and Sal
red), 608 Aragon
Imt Alabama.
day received offl-
am Dr. Sanders,
f Alabama, advis-
m Pa--
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BokTaIght & B&Ans Attends the Hokrse


LIM. Q Gets akJ


GmsI sW tmhw. 1Dauada


"'i why do dey can him 'Adont. Wilie?
Ralph-Bftause he haS two SwttS Of CdOthS


The Home Show is on. Il have to brush up my horse
knowledge a bit before I visit it.


Ah The ma1-agPes Sh-T y ns IN"
hows they have euteid ta" rw.


I newr kte- wOtflnf for a saby was soMy


Say, I can hardly believe my eyes. Why, that spavfned old
plug ove got the ain't fit to appear at a cheap hours: sa
ho a tcckwoods town.


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"Whereas, The City of Pensacola
has been without the services of a
street superintendent for the past six
weeks, and,
i Whereas. During that time. a street
,superintendent has been needed more
than at any time for many months
previous, and,
"Whereas, The acting street super-
intendent is not qualified to make out
the reports necessary for the conduct-
ing of this department in a business
like manner, and,
"Whereas, No reports have been
made since the street superintendent
left the city at the advent of yellow fev-


Tere will only be one service at St. er, and,
Joseph'churh tomorrow n at Whereas, The city council, at its
wlJoU bea church tomorrow and a.last regular session passed a resolu-
etion that the street superintendent
srer slace the beginning of the fev- should either resign or return to his
er ia Pensacola, Rev. P. H. Whaley, post of duty; therefore, be it
rector of Christ Church. has held ser- "Resolved, By the Board of Public
vioes there every morning at 8:50 Works of the City of Pensacola, Fla.,
o'clock. that Street superintendent Gingles be
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. ordered to return to his post of duty
A. A. Wrighton will be pleased to learnat once or tender his resignation."
tlt Mru. Wrighton. who had been ill The Popular Sentiment.
lets marval dhay was much imnrovea" The sentiment therou-rhnnt tha e titv


the outbreak of the disease.
Physicians Must Report.
Dr. Porter stated last night tha
hereafter he wanted the physicians
the city to report all of their yellow'
fever cases at the earliest opportune
ity. in order that the fumigariun
corps might be notified to proce'
to the infected hou.e at once an
fumigate.


NICE FRESH OYSTERS ON
HALF SHELL DAILY AT
APOSTLE.


THI
NICI


STATE HEALTHI

OFFICE CLOSED


JACKSONVILLE BRANCH CLOSE[
THURSDAY ON ACCOUNT OF
COOL WEATHER.


last adt. appears to be practically unanimous The Jacksonville Metropolis says
l~ouis J. JAnderson, one of that the street superintendent should One of the immediate results of thi
aptaa uis J. Anderson, one of return to his duties. The people feel cold wave in Jacksonville was the close
the state quarantine inspectors, wasthat his request for a leave of absence ing up of the office of the State Boar(
S the city yesterdayfromed loraton was, under the circumstances, an alto- of Health in Jacksonville this mornin-
wh be bee stationed for sev- ether improper request and the by Dr. McGinnis, assistant to trie stat
eral weeks board of public works has been gen- health officer.
St. Aadrews Boy: The contracts rally censured for granting it in the' For several weeks now the head
are all et for grading the B. C. & St. first place. Now, however, that the quarters of the state moard have beer
A. X R. from ntfala to North Bay and board has demanded the superintend- in Pensacola. ann' Dr. Porter has beei
partly arriving here from Chipley re- ent's return, there is a feeling that if the "Whole thing," doing detail worb
pont that the work upon the road is Superintencdent Gingles does not com- and everv other kind of duty. Mr. F
mouvt riht ak ply with the demand or tender his res- M. Durraace, who was clerk in the of
'lb steamer Ivaline, which enter- ignation ne should, in the vernacular the lae fo L. Drranth after, hacousin
ed yesterday from Rio Janeiro, con-of the street, be "Ared." That, in allto Washinon and Lee Universit i
e t K y pobability is what the board will do.!to Washington and Lee tUniversity, in
signed to te Wm. S. Keyser Co., probability is what the board will d Virginia, to finish his law course. Dr
bought in a large cargo of muriate FRESH McGinnis says anybody having busi
and sulphate of potash, which will be H ness with the State Health Boar
discharged at one of the L. & N. LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN should apply to him at his office, 13]
wharves. AT West Adams, phone 517.
The train which is supposed to run WHITE'S RESTAURANT.
every day, but which "lays up" for a AND ALSO GIRL GIVEN CARBOLIC
day now and then, without notice, CREAM BREAD DAILY ACID BY MITAKE
woul4n' ot be greatly popular with theEAM BREAD DAILY. ACID BY MISTAKE
ttvelinPubli'c.The store advertise A. D. ALFRED HAS ILllian Floyd, the eighteen-year-old
mtrkiwthly a ilar haobjetions. GRANTED UNION DEMANDS daughter of Isaac Floyd. of 617 North
rikingly s ar objections. DeVillier street, was given a dose of
Ruth, the little daughter of Rev. Mr. A D Alfred, one of the contractors carbolic acid by mistake Wednesday
Glenn, of 1 the Palaox Methoeist church .who r.used to rant he union scl night, and but for prompt attention
wof eight hours a day some mon h' and medical treatment would no
has no- entirely recovered and is ago. and who was secretary of the doubt have died front the effects of
walking about the house. In some builders chane. est-dav rn the dose.
manner a report was made in thso buidhe unon carpenter. tiet numbr The girl was taken sick during
Montgomery Advertiser that the little he union carpenters te nuiler Wednesday and was being given med-
lady had succumbed to the disease, of hours demanded. and will here- icine. Late in the night the father
but this report was untrue. after wo nion men.as first mdwas awakened to give her the medi-
Some of the kina' hearted people of the contractors refused to stgn the cine. but instead of securing it ac-
Chlpley. Fla., who read in The Jour agreement, but the union mon have cidentally picked up a bottle of car-
iral of the straightened circumstances secured employment with other firms bolic acid and gave htr a spoon full.,
o' the Perdue family as a result of the who granted the number of hours and It was quickly detected and physi-
death of the husband and father from by furnishing men to parties who de-; cans summoned.
yellow fever, made up a purse of SI0 sired canpenter work.
and sent to acquaintances in this city
to be delivered. The money will be CARD OF THANKS. I The Anclent Spo1too-.
paid to Mrs. Perdue toaay. We take this means of thanking tnh< A spontoon, a weapon similar to the
Iany kind friend whose simipa:h w hall)rt, was borne instead of a half
The family of Fred Muller, chif and assistance were so kindty g: i pike by offi,-rs of British infantry till
Boatswain in the I' S. Navy, who "' on the occasion of tho sickness ai, the year 17S,'. Pointed backward or
have been residing at Lttle Bayon deathh of our sonu. Basil Bogar. forward, it gave the signal for advance
left yeeterda for the detention camp NIR AND MRS S. F. B:X;ART. or retreat, and plantedl upright in the
ea rotute to Key West. Mrs. Mullm-r ground it c,tmnianded a halt. Speci-
and her son Charlie were accom r writ s "'For mv tn.rieni and nens ca "'i't sr-n in the Tower armory.
posied by Mrs Mu.ler's sister M', brthrn there m prayer asc-nls In the Morning ('lhroni le of April 15,
Emma Rischc. T' many friends of a" 7wdened ,ail5y pthe kn >-.ic 17 there is t reference to its dis-
the fam!'y regret their departure. an suffe and and danIer. Gsfe, continuan,.e: "Yotord:y the offleers
wish them all happ:nese in their new, .b s thf, poor and needy in this awful who mounted guard for St. James', the
hom e .. ....... .. 1 -. i .,'., _... _..._


H. P. Neuman. manager of the Mc>-
er Shoe Co.. left yesterday for Nor:h
Carolina. where Mrs Neuman now is.
It was Mr Nt u.man'n desire to remain
I r. Pensacola. but he was instructed by)
is firm to ciose the store until the
fI ver is over. The following telegram
received by him is self-explanatory:
'Selma. -ia. Oc- 12 H P. Neuman.
* Pensamila. PFa RoqRei':,'. your leav-
iPg he-reofir1 N)o d- mand your'
do;nT so immd''.;' ly. Close s:orv,
Albert Meyer '
I( a letter rec',ived fr.im Rev. J. M
Tannehlb. wh!o "n ww .-;at ioned at
Troy. Ala. the, fo:-rmr Pensacola pa.-


DRINK


Postum

FOOD COFFEE
fts use in piace of common
coffee means hatth.

"There's a Reease.."
_--------


calamity and speed ;.t poor when :h.'
cause shall be aba*e, and renmoxtei."
Rev. Mr Dannlely s man. friends in
Pensacola will be glad to hear from
him and will feel grateful for the
words of sympathy which he ex-
presses
The many friends of Geo. W. Proyor
v ill be so-r-' to learn that he was tak-
en ill ,.-iecr.ay afternoon. and was
c.mptpl't to go to his home.
Ha'f he costs for Extracts and
even less in many cases if you use
Blue Rtill-.n Lenion and Vanil'a.
A'>solute-ly pure and so highly cor,
,cntratej, ti:yv go twice as far as
there's nolh: ng like the "Blue RiL-
bon Flavor."
GEORGIA QUARANTINES
AGAINST ALABAMA


Atlanta. Oct l~ -Instead of with-
drawing the quarantine against all fe>v-
ei infected points today. as was
thought would be done. the Georgia
Boara of Health extended the restric-
tion including with the points hitherto
l:sted the following Alabama counties:
Mobile. Baldwin, Conecuh, Covington
and lscambia.
This action followed telegraphic ad-
vices from Alabama State Health Offi-
cer Sanders to the effect that two fatal
cases of yellow fever had been unearth-
ed at Castleberry.


qt-en ii.' zousei ilt .yaru d we
paraded with their swords drawn In
stead of the pontoon for the first timF
since the alteration took place, and we
he:ir that the amendment (if it may be
so ealhled is. to take place among all
the regiments l0,songing to his majes
ty."
In an oldl play Major Sturgein says:
'0Oh. could you Ibut '"e me salute! You
have tnevo-r a sp itoon in the house?'
"No." an-wverz Sir Jaco'b. "but we
could get y,'u a shove pike."


WOOL TEST

IS THE BEGINNING OF


Stein-Bloch


In Gloucestershire a wavering, unsta- edging the receipt of $2(0: "I have re- or molasses candy and bonbons, chose the pocket of a young man just in
bleorworth!ess ma,- is called a "mt ekle.- cived the hundred francs. They came late confections and other sweet front of him, a person as unlike him.-
keekle fellow," ano it Is worthy of re- Just at the right time. Neither my wife meats or "sweets." self as can well be Imagined. Arrived
mark that in Derbyshire poor ore is nor I had tasted food for twenty-four "Thank you for telling me the dif- In the hall, he remarked where this
called "keckle-,'neckle." An awkward hours. It's a blessing that the little ones, ference, Mary," said the student, some young man placed himself and chase
simpleton is called "hauvey-gauvey" in at any rate, have not been in want." what amused. "In America we call It his own seat in a corner as remote as
the neighborhood of Leeds. In War- It was only from about his fortieth all candy." possible. When the time c"me for
wickshire they style su-h a one as year that his pictures began to sell at "Ho, yes, sir: in America I fancy it's "Wizard" Anderson to "trouble" him
"hobgoblin," or else it Is from "hob." the rate of from.250) to 300 francs all the same. sir, but in Hingland we for the eg he arose and explained that
a lout, and "bog." a lump. "Gobbin- each. Rousseau, who had himself .eve a nyme for heverythink." he had nothing of the sort in his pock-
shire" is the. abode--"that never was kn)wn the extremes of poverty, was It, but that he believed "that gentle-
writ in the traveler's chart"-of uu. the first to give him a large sum. buy- Some Seasonable Advice. man" could produce it, pointing to the
cobth fork. They say of a slovenly Sig "The Wood Cutt-r" for 4,000 francs It may be a piece of superfluoos ad- astonished young man, whose surprise ,
loafer in south Cneshire: -- - --- v ce to urge people at this season of however. by no means equaled that al
Gobbinhr, Gobbinsh of Gonshire A CROWN OF GLORY. the year to lay in a supply of Chamber- tha
Go n, Gobblnshlre of Gobblr A CROWN OF GLORY, pin's Cough Remedy. It Is almo te wa_____
The ronkeat owd beggor as ever was seen. I ure to be needed before winter Is
-London tadard. As Well a3 a Mark of Beauty is Lux-over, and much more prompt and sat- i NvaM edree.L
urious Hair. isfactory results are obtained when In one of the old castle of northes


It has been truly said that the taken as soon as a cold is contracted ngland visitors are abown two roon
The G-reat .MonRl. Some Ugllaha WIrds. crowning glory of our race is a luxu- and before It has become settled in the which are connected with each othm
The gret.-.et of the Mo.sgul emperors Why Is one who bets a "better," riant head of hair. system, which can only be done by by a singular mechanism. Each re
of India wna Akbar. born Oct. 14. 1V42. while a man who estimates is an "'esti. It used to be thought that this: keeping the remedy at hand. This il adjoined by an alcove used as *
He began to reiurn when he was but mator,'" and what is it that causes so was one of the blessings which the remedy is so widely known and so al- sleeping room apartment, and the asI
twelve years old and over three proV many words like these to differ in the gods bestow capriciously, and it is together good that no one should hel- of the adjoining leoes tarn on *
inees only, lwui he extended his empire spelling of their last syllables? A only recently that scientists have dis- tate about buying It in preference to pivot in the center of the partltlS
over nearly the wholo!e of India. 1Ii,; grammarian explains that the differ- covered that'its beauty is dependent any other. It is for sale by all o~rng. wall This Ingenlous device was th
wisdom and justice earned for him the ence is due to the fact that the English upon the absence of a minute germ gists. Invention of one of the ancestors of
title "Guardian of Mankind." His court language comes from two great sources, which flourishes in the hair follicle, FRESH OYSTER resent proprietor, who was omewha
at Agra was m',nifi,'ent. Akbar's real some words being Germanic and others where it -t.ys ,he life Ef 'the CE S H a wa and ond great pleasure
name was Jelal-ed-Dean, but when he Latin. For the Germanic roots add hair.HALFLL DAILY AT store this life and kill t A TL. frhtntag and mystifying hia s guesi
reached the height of his power he be- "er" in "worker," while the Latin roots geTo rems which cause the mischief is oSTLe ad go to bf in the gr
came known by the shorternamewhich add "or" In "factor. There the Ger- the mission of Newbro's Herpicide. New Suite Wi4led. roo and the other In the blue, th
means very great or greatest, and in manic "speaker" and the Latl "ora- Herpicide sqrely kills the germs, The following new sults were Wled ees were turad eo their pivots, anS
English he was called the great mogul. tor." And no one would dream of writ- and is the best hair dressing on the yesterday in the office of thq clerk of o awak tmig the visitor femnd ha-
He is said to have kept 5,000 elephants, Ing eithe of a "makor" or of a "re- market. T'he circuit court: m In strange quarters, with loMle
12.tWX) choice horses and 1,"x0 hunting after." It contains no grease or oil, neither Moses Bell vs. Ida Bell Bea4de t wee oit his own. It is said tht
leopards. Akbar died in 105, was will it stain or dye. petition; Bloont & Blog1t, attDwiey i f lgtin lord lo a rich labt
buried in a magnificent mausoleum The thlags we want most in this For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, for plaintiff. V by th distumuing the too"
near Agra and was succeeded by hisI world are always those beyond our druggist and apothecary, 121 South P. C. Brent vs. P. A. Barth & Co mammos e wealthy u t whe
onreach. IT w had te we wouldn't be Paiafox street, or send lOc in stamoIs garnishment; Blount & SlOMttot, ,
Sa rslf wIw to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. Lneys for plaitt Vso ff. 7 *0 31
Poaime


SINGLES HAS NOT ONE THOUSAND



REPLIED TO FUMIGATIONS



LETTERS MADE


Which Enclosed Resolution Asking This is the Estimate of the Wo
For fIts Return or Resig- Which Has Been Done in

nation. Pensacola

No reply has yet been received from A conservative estimate of tI
Street Superintendent Gingles to the fumigations made since the outbreak
letter sent him on Oct. 9 by City Clerk of the yellow fever in Pensacola,
Merritt, in which was enclosed the res- 1,000. This work is under the super
solution ot the Board of Public Works, vision of Drs. Kennedy and D'Alen
requesting the superintendent to berte, and has been confined pripn
either return to his post of duty or pally to the infected districts.
tender his resignation to the boaro'. | The reports of the physician
Mr. Gingles left the city at the first which- are made daily to the state
outbreak of yellow fever, obtaining a, health officer give this result.
Icave of absence from the board does not signify that one thousand
Later the City council asked that he residences have been visited, but tha
return to his duties here, as his ser- this is the number of fumigation
vices were badly needed, and Monday have been made. In a number of i
a resolution was passed by the Board stances one house has been fumiga
of Public Works calling upon him ed as many as four times, where
either to return or resign. As yet a large number of cases two an
nothing has been heard from him. three fumigations would be made.
The resolution, as passedc by the The reports of the work accomplish
board, is as follows: ed show that the- fumigating for
The Resolution. has been kept exceedingly busy since


S-Smart Clothes |
WHEN THE CLOTH IS
PROVED WORTH Y,
WORKMANSHIP, STYLE
AND FIT FOLLOW, BUT
NOT UNTIL THEN.


f1 Ld St1M m" 51YT n


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STALE OF A SHWRECK. THE PAINTER MILLET RENEWED VIGOR
e se 5t et the s __ *A raf a T W
jteamee Am*. LIFE OF THE ARTIST OF THE PEOPLE IN FEW R FIGHa
The story of the swh0iW ek of the WHO WORK AFIELD.
s teamer American, wble san between
England and South Atfta, reads like
chapter from Frau ton. When i b war te b* the Son" r.e (Continued From Page Om O)
day broke on the motnlf of April 23. to* J In SS h re When
1880, the steamer was close to the He and Him Wile Felt the PUan s Ing him of the prevalence of yellow ,,
equator and about 100 w 150 miles Hunmer-whiem sucee Came. fever at Castleberry, Ala. ,a small town
from the Liberian coast Suddenly Millet's early life was very close to between Flomaton and Motgoery. ES
in the first morning watch, between 5 nature. His father's farm was at Dr. Porter immediately Isasued a b"a
letin, establishing a quarantine against inmq
and 6 o'clock, there was a fearful crash Gruchy, in the hilly department of both Coneesh and Escambsia ount es
in the engine room, followed by a con- Manche, which juts out like a promon- ii, that state. The bulletin iasS fol-
rk russion against the ship's side, which tory into the English channel In that lows:
k for an Instant suggested that she ha narrow stri the sea is nowhere far Ehecutive OMce l
truck on a rock. Half dressed pas- off. He grew up in the air of the hills State Board of Health
sengers hurried on det-k and eagerly and of the sea, surroundings bring- I oFlorida.
inquired what had happened, but were ing sturdiness of character and devel- Pensacola, la t. 1905. AS A MATTER OF PRECAU
met in the coolest possible manner by opment of imagination, if a boy chance Quarautine Restrleta agalst cer- A A MATTER O PRECAU-
tain Counties nla Alabama. Bulletin TION AL PROTECT YOUR-
Captain Wait and Mr. IHepworth. see- to have either of these, and the young No. 21. TION ALSO PROTECT YOUR
ond officer, who assured them that it Millet had. He knew nothing of art The State Health Officer of Alabama SELF AND FAMILY FROM
h, was merely a breakdown of some part or artists, but be had the desire to having officially reponed two fatal
ak of the machinery. The passengers re- represent what hlie saw, and in the in- cases of yellow fever in Castdbleber, THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL-
s turned to their ceabins. The propelled terms of work upon the farm he would Alabama. quarantine restrictions at LOW EVER.
t shaft had broken in the stern tube and copy the engravings in the family travel are hereby declared against the
, had burst open the side of thef ship. Bible or take a piece of charcoal and counties of Conecuh and Dscambia in!
There was no hope of saving the draw upon a white wall. By the time Alabama and medical officers and
Is, steamer, he was eighteen a family council was others In charge of railroad and in-
te "It means the boats," Captain Walt held and it was decided that the fa- land water transportation entering PIdi
It remarked, "but she will float for a their should take him to Cherbourg and Florida from Abbama, are Instructed S UI U UI,
id few hours yet, so we will get the pas consult a local painter as to Jean's to forbid and prevent persons enterlag- P
at gengers into the saloon and have break- prospects. The painter advised bhis Florida from those countle. ulpnUr an0ies
ns fast served." This was promptly done, studying art, and undertook to teach State Health Oficer of Florid
n- and Captain Walt took his usual place him. However, he 'worked in Cher- of Florida. Formaldehyde Lamps
lt-: in his usual cheerful manner, while bourg only two months, for then his Death of G. C. Hardy.
1' Mr. Hepworth and the crew busid father died and he had to return home One of the deaths from yellow fever WILL DO IT.
themselves in getting the ship's boats, to resume his work as a farm laborer. yesterday was that of 0. C. Hardy, of
h- ready. After breakfast Captain Wait Three more years he labor until the 308 South Alcanis street, Who had
ce mentioned in manner so cool as to be municipality of Ctrbourg provided a been sick for several days. .The gen- WeL n 1iiU.blwrM
ce almost sensual that the accident had sum of money to enable him to go to tieman was 73 years old, but had no
damaged the ship's side a good deal Paris to stutv. family except his aged wife to survive
and that therefore it was better to be He was now twenty-three, a broad him. Druggist and Apothcary,
*. prepared for any emergency. The pas- chested Hercules, awkward and shy, Mr. Hardy was a native of Massa.
f sengers, when they were ready, twok his big head covered with long fair hair, chusetts, but had seen a great deal of Phone 109 121 S. Palafex St.
w their places in the boats. Qni.kly. but with nothing to denote Intellectual the world and had lived in Pensacola
n- methodically and without the least iur. force except a pair of piercing dark or sevral yearspast.' middle li He beenad durionn -
g ry, the eight boats, which were provi- blue eyes. Delaroche, to whose studio wia heUnai m led Sae nyandu e h
d sioned and manned, were filled, and he attached himself, was kind to him, held the commission of a first lieuten-
d when every other person had been 'saffe but Millet could not understand the ant In that service. L4ter he left thOre
ly passed over the side Captain Wait large classical pictures tfat the master navy and it is said became connected
left his ship and joined his crew and painted. To him they seemed artificial, in some capacity with the army.
passengers. Very shortly after, about with no real sentiment. Ringing In The deceased gentleman will be
noon, the American was seen to sink. his ears even then, as be used to say buried this morning.
Captain Wait divided his little flotilla in later life, was the "cry of the soil" Mr. Monk Improving.
Into two sections. Of the first he him. -memories of his home life, that in The many friends of Henry Monk,
self took charge, and Mr. Hepworth he some way be wanted to learn to paint who developed a case of yellow fever
came responsible for lthe other. The Delaroche's studio was no place for several days since, will be pleased to
part of de sea where the American him, and after a little while he left it. learn that he was resting easy yester-. Hel Up Y UH
went down waa*of course, in the im. Then followed eight year of beating day afternoon, ad wa Yoing as wellor W
mediate track number% of sailing the air. He married and had to bestir as could, be expected under the cltr T in
ships and steamers, but tle-ft was also himself for a living. He tried to paint cumstances. He has about passer the Q
D very close to the IAWJ14 Wast it was what the people seemed to like-pretty critical stage, and It is expected that F
decided to make for 1 kwr. During; little figure subjects--but prettiness he will show considerable liprovemeft ever; atteN d to
the flrt night at aiea x ttle flotilla was not in bis line, and the attempt to during the next few da.
I becat aepa*rated.' 6* following; seek It disgusted him. Qoddenly he ... ss" .a.. m t
day Captain Walt and to-ef his boats made the great resolve to paint what
were picked (p by a b f which took' he wished to and could paint, and a "
: them to Oramt Bassa Id thence to 1848 produced "The Wintower." It
e Sierra Leone, where they were trans- represented a clumsy peasant, In n- ,
s ferred to a steamer caIp'gthe Senegal, couth working clothes, stooping over a
d then on her way to,'lani4d. sieve as he shakes It to and fro. From GET THE BOOK
e Curiously enough, the Senegal, on her the point of view of the academies a OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS PREL
e voyage hop was stranded on an is- sh-ockingly vulgar picture! Yet It sold
land of the OGr* Oan'ries, so that for 500 francs ($100). Millet now had
- some of the Aterican's passengers had the courage of his convictions,-
' a second unpleasant experience before His friend Jacque, afterward the cele- mer e ,c a it w m a
n getting back to England. the o a brated painterhnd-etcher of sheep and er art a le It s ro It
k time Mr. HepWWert's boatnd ti. poultry, told him of a little place with tes frthan sale tn 2 o s for 188,0J0
. e Anade for the Liberi t, a name, dlrg --ln-"lon," near the for- By the i tlss
t- y reared on the thiz! da if'Ip itiY Pbftntaleblean, where they could Met's rOtat was as e
Sseoence *r the iaurfbhawever, they "lh tUheaply and study trom nature. tom or 1Wt Werpreseted by
ni fund -it. Impossible to f4 so thly The two Anters, with their wives and ni of 18t he wa p represented b 1
headed out to sea again and two days e1ldren, Limbled out of Paris In a nine pictures and reeshed the and 19 lbs. GRANUIATU SUGAR forM $
- later were picked up by a steamer call- cart which took them to the town of tnedal. In the sal of m IM he was oe NW POMrNB 1-l or 2"1
I ed the Congo and taken to Tenerife Fontaineblean. Thence they proceeded NtheManging commit m h ll Nw ackerelOM CodfishB,. P Iam..
1 and thence to Madeira pand from "there on foot through the forest. It was very hist "life of sublime eot his po- Swi, Limbnrac andCra Co hes,
to England. wild in those days. "How beautiful!" Buc i Brbieoe h wheat, Graia Hern Crat MCel
Journ In Barbizon bein In terrupW Bucwheat G = Hem.Ot
This left only the..gig and the dinp*y was Millet's constant exclamation only during the war ot 811,wh Barley. verythig fresh aa new eal
I to 6e accounted. for: The former was Arrived at Barbizon, they wert wel- ly retired to Cherbting lowest prices.
heard of in a few wee s, but when corned at Ganne's inn by Rousseau. retired to uberbes h ter. ded
nearly twelve months had gone by and Diaz and the other artists who lived in 18some fine pat the age of sixty He dedwas
the eighth and smallest boat of them the village. bed in he tt.e Icurd of Cha-
Sall still remained mtAsing the worst; When a fresh painter came into the d, overlooking the forest. A rock in
was feared. But in a year almost to colony it was the custom to take down i ba tl e
a day from the date of the catastro- from the wall a certain big pipe, that, the latt p bears a breone tablet I2
phe came the news that the dingey, as the newcomer puffed at it. the com- which a sculptor has represented .14.
too, had been picked up within a few pany might. Judge from the rings of by side the bust portraits of Bou -seu,
days of the accident by a sailing ship smoke whether he was to be reckoned the father of modern MFrench lndscape,
on her way to Atralia. Thus it was among the "academics" or the "color- and Millet, the ar"tstof the peopl wo
many months before the Intelligence ists." Jacque was proclaimed a color- writho lsaa. O a b
,could be convey48 to England.-Chica- ist; but, some uncertainty being ex- St. Nchola. RA
1go News. :' pressed concerning Millet, the latter henwtole Preetetem.
=exclaimed "Ah, well, if you are em- A young American who is studying
Compound Rhyalanr Words. barrassed, put me in a class of my at Oxford was struck by the care with hi iNMIa l-'S
In the south of England they have a own." "A good answer," cried )Diaz, which his chambermaid cleaned his
very expressive phrase for one indiffer. "and he looks strong and big enough desk without disturbing his papers. "
gently well-"frobly-mobly"-and to be to hold his own in it." The little pleas- To reward her he offered her some Deekie sa the Usgieeam
In "mubble-fubble" signifies low spir- antrv was prophetic, confections which he had brought from Many years ago Anderwoo, "the wiw
its. In Leeds when a person is over- But its fulfillment was deferred for' ltondon. ard of the north," gave some perfora-
powered with astonishment he is said many years, during which Millet work- ".Mary, wouldn't you like some of thi6 ances In Edinburgh, and P'rofessor
to be "much struck," a phrase forcible, ed on in poverty, pictures that now candy?" Blackle was one of the crowd whe
but scarcely polite. "HIuck-muck" is would bring large sums of money be- "Ho. thank you, sir. Yes, sfr. But went to see them. As he was making
an expression of like character, mean- ing refused at the exhibitions of the excuse me, rir, this ain't candy; it'A his way In he felt something at blh
Ing foul, miry and In Devonshire a salon and finding no purchasers. A sweets." coot tall, and. putting his band Into bhe
bedraggled, besmirched person is said hint of his condition is contained in an Then she proceeded to give him a les pocket, he found an egg. This he took
to be "muckson up to the huckson." letter to his friend Sensier, acknowl- 'on in ihe difference between sugar seat and most adroitly transferred it f











PAw Pmm


TnH PENSACOLA'SOMAUi *A'rvAW7 Ur$l 01IW044B90r 1t4196.


fBh __. _, ,^^OMNCIRAilt!
S l Many a want advertliemit is, es-
N t, -.enisftly, a on"tm to& a
B Omngram; a message o extreme
importance to *dme one vo, but
y. w,--, ._ which, in order to search out the per-
S* wy* on M, has to be m e a "-mhm e -
219 m WWW' *Vs era%," or an Ou adsseegato
-w The bhomewi kws that, ai
where in the city, there is to be found
T JORNAL COan avaIlable sorVant gir-mad Itfe
Knew her address he wowM send her
a telegram. Not knowing it she
IRNK AIMa g am 0a&mm Mnmm sends her a Omaniram-puta her
message in a want advertisement, to
be read by all servants looking flo
/Xi Tm AfUO ATiU Fr 5 places, thus reaching the right me.
the "available" one, by also remhtng
a fw "wrong onea."
B... -O-. RAT4l I The ma who has a horse to Well-
S. or a cow, a city lot, a bead, a piece
of 0- 1 r....1..*o...46 9n a .,-..e a I of machinery, a bicycle, a &et legAer
--a --'-... ** a n I: Week..........._ :or a store, knows that, saemwhbee
rlt Mais........ U 1... wgg g feWo0g -ina the city or near it, lives T1fIS ON
9"- f t we t so ws at e BIEST BUYER-the man to whom he
Scan sell to best advantage. Agaft,
Sa telegram would be quickake or a
TiM ONLY P NACOLA KW AMAPE PRtOM WHICH A DETAIL BO ;trip to see him-If he knew the ad-
itCULAT"N STATM1 T CAN IM i URK. dress. But, as he does mot, he m. t
Spt his offer, his meoaMe, hto the
form of a want advteetfment, an&
a ma-4m t U e qeralmentf Stres trust to the tar-*acsag eseet d r4
Y 11 a OMNIWAM.L
YOU SHOULD -= AM TO tD

PENSACOLA. FIORIDA, AATTURDAY MORNTJMG, OCTOBER 14, 1905 TWICE AS MANY USM 73 O1-
NIGRAMS AS PX TNLAGRAMS--
AND IF YOU DO NOT YOU AUX
V klmone Cold Snp dously curtailed the available labor OVE]LA)OKING BOMEB O' TTHE
!supply at a time when the unprece- "TIUCKS OF PtROPJZImNG."
SfllAiV1 State&_i dented development of the South has gt M. vyO eats yel mlew m e
brought about a corresponding de- wain ae*tisment, a elsaiflet
There is general rejoicing through- anud for the services of able-bodied 'am a t ,or an wgrsam-thi &o0tam
out the soutera states over the on- men. This demand is still increasing pubfllity Is on* f the at force
wueapy earT? advent of fr"st which, and the supply of labor is keeping, of today's lfe-lImplyfylng the pro-
it is reported extended to the Missis- pac--In the opposite direction. blem that w ul "stump" a Sher-
aippi roast line on Thursday night Once fairl started the import* lok Holme-fi the man or the
Killtag froet occurred in central sa, mills turpentine farm manufac- thing you want with amazin-
t farmnes--untwlItlng tangles In home -nd
iels laaa. central isMddastpp and turiag and lnadlstr'al enterprises and oice-4yphfyinm Georg E HEfos Dolt-
middl Alabama. ,the prosecution of agriculture will In- action of wt. "A form V ftrg wItch
Th-e "" -" P-un of crease by leaps and bounds. A" firati, th li -at -
The New Orleans Picayune of Fri-,~ roes will be utlhized to do that th" l at r
day haz the foilow:ng to say editorial- work which imported labor, on aac-
ly relative ;o the cold snap: i count of the limited supply of the lat-I *V~,S*g-- g-
Yes: rda the vtir'( Soulh had a ter. cannot accomptlsh, but In time,
tooch <> coA we~ r and never was the blark man will find competition V0 P"PUJLI
a cha'ne from summer to autumn so keen. and the service rendered by,
more weoe. Ipro? Is claimed to his competitor will prove so much n__ _-- -- X
have been a ees almost everywhere more aceptable, that he will be grad-'
down : :i),. vervy gulf cast, and a-.uallY rowed out. becauseoutclasse, i I. ALI
though probably vegetation has nox Theaetro is already here, alrea PROEere. a .. ALL
sftered mnaterially from the visi.a- there is work for him to do In every SL MITS A PROBLEM.
tkm. thert is no toeb. that all further Souther state. Every effort has ben The followIng problem hee been
spread of v"llow fever Ptfetion has and is being made to induce him to submitted to The Journal by Prof.
been ehecked Om cold snell work. but unless he quickly over- 1. K. Allen and is repetfulp y re-
will, of emurse. be tleowed shortly comes his aversion to steady labor feared to any of its readers Who ay
by others of even greater inteni,%i. and arvals himself of the tempting be inclined to Agaure ot; The
hence yesterday's old s* p marks opportunities that cortront him <(. Journal is too badly engped A 'ug at
the virtual end of the nltmare of every hand. he will find his earning present to even attempt a solution:
quaran;io. ^ eves Ie st i n1 capacity suddenly reduced as the re-,-' Peasacola Journal:
id nmt: : now realize that all further suit e competition of thrifty aro- The following problem is found in
excuas fo: tucah methods of preven- pea who are not afraid of work. higher arithmetic in our se6ooL
tioU has ceased to exist. And the gr lt Loing to have You will please give the answer
The cold .sp wS1 al be benefi- aIet 1Vwe ia which to arrive t through your paper, as theie Isa m e
cal in ripening the ca ,cane. which Ia -6904002 wdtiutey in r igard to the opro
had been renadred reen and watery answer.
by the mild wmatber mad frequent --..---..............- The problem Is: If 9 mo O 11
rains of the recent past A couple. b ....... ".. y u a plow a eert tl IM IS
of weeks of cool weather would make I THE PRESIDENTS *" ty tf 9%h bonrse -, -
a reat tproveient i the quality GEORGIA ANCESTRY. bo.Ys mrst assist 14 men to fs tbh
of the swr cae and able planters Atlata Constitution. 0 same work in 5 days of 1 hbern
to realize e o ll benefits of the mag- I 4 each?
nilrent teaa of e themms amew --..........- ----. Yours truly,
have in their Selds. The tame bhs L -- ALLtM.
arrived to commence grinding, an ew f President Rseve
ome mills have already started. In view ot Presient Roosevet _
Many other mills mid also begin Imminent visit to Georgia, where he ccome mesN
the work of taking off the crop were will visit the home of his mother at Mr. Redeker W~ IR RteyR at l-
it mot for the fact that the eases are t swwll, an article in the carent n- emtllM Vf mtaflg uo Wsa lI
sti see greom. A .iin ies of eeool N.atloal Mala ine from the pen of in 'CareM X st Mmelew 4 aI*
crsp weather is the wish of thoe e- Ls JIt MeKlaley of Atlanta dea!- anexpeete d Inur whtatia whle he
g a paater. l wth the family tree of the Pres!- oce se@rd frt, Mr. Ktab, who was
eMt, partflelariy on the maternal at tat time camp* near St Satt Lake
side, is of especial interest. Miss
Prlday. N~oeber 4. ha be Ae- MIMeteley is a deep student of go- e Mr. Kng as a orer,
elded upon as Confederate Veter a's moalogy and has traced President r a ietf Mr., mI" sasum y
1Dav at the coming State Pair it Roosevelt's ancestry back to Seotti b sh s er andea I ecold a
Tampa. and one of the most el-bor- !g In this article she declares: y wn
..S.ace Martha Bullock, throughsail- Whimm V1 110 im
ate programs of the entire fifteen lie-rvine lines, was lineally deseend- en, silk stockings. low IS. Md
days will be arranged in honor of ed from the royal house of Scotland, dlethng wtthet a wrtMaklrse tved i
tMsi occasion. The Third Brigade. I President Roosevelt is as truly of roy- aIn his cap at a diaer whMeh w*as e-
Florida Confederate Veteras, will al lineage as 31ward VII, 0f Eng- ptie egh o its material meutmeets,
.hold the anal n t land, also descended from Kis f but eved la a sutle wMhs I had not
o er a otland. rn t8 woet of ae M,,inei.
a*d a cordial ITnvitatie Is etendel "Trhe family history of the Bullochs, Wga I attempted to M nse tm eV
by that noted brigade to every Con- well knowa in Georgia. is a diltiu- MIm (r "ro nhta Wt in this way he
federate Veteran, wife, son or daugh-' glihed one. The Bullochi have fig- replied mTelouely: "It is aB vry well
ter to the Sooth to atted. ured prominently in the 8tate's h!- for yem, who ad a civlmiet life amie
story and vhial affairs from the days o ter mtks In the yea m --
of Oglethorpe, filling high posts in the th i fo a i few r tt
Admiral Dewey says that, ia case civil mad military service of the co:n- the eM for a fw wee t a tg
$t war. the country would meet with' monwealth. From Governor Balloeh, any, to ha y-if cw to-pe'
tdiater. aes yOtatnger men were in' of Revolutionary fame, to Admiral le t I, who have Se w
command of the vessels of the United Balloch of tbe Confederate State e ntr in t eW M, w
nary, the Ballochs have been men of lave knt my good habits afgeah Itf
States navy. Dewey may be riga, action in war and peace. It is not I had not taken every pinih.e eppe-
b the history of the Spanish-Amer to be doubtec that Theodore Rooa- tlty to Ipractie te. We deo't aee
cam war does na prove It. Neither elt ianherits many of his most ad- way every day, bt we 5 W-
does Admiral Drewer' own record m qualities from his mothers e* weecn."
side of the house, and his strentloa:y
as welL Of the excellent Georgia
The man who robbed the Adams lady who brought President Roose- Th. dff t e
Mapress company needed a hair-c,,t. velt into the world, Miss McKinley bp _
mad he stopped to get t. He is new says- : --- --


fully equipped for high finance and, "There are many still in Georgia T W
the insurance butness.-Age-Hf- who cbeeriah tender memories of the
ad President's beautiful, aristocratic 'I
At any rate the hair clipping oper-! mother. Throughout her girlhood
action may save the penitentiary aun she w. a aoted belle, admired every-
thorites a little trouble later on .where for her beauty, accomplish4-
k meats, charm of manner and strong
:mentality. During a visit to her sis
Another row over the Panama ter in Philadelphia. she met Mr. MWA oe of
Canal seems immisemt. Both Secre- Roosevelt, who was captivated by
tary Taft and Chairman Sheots want the lovely young Southern girl, and
to be IT. Taft spears to be somewhat the announcementt o th. eir eatc': s3
I te. fr mtt soonB followed. Feaucitaticas AM .
in the Iead thuc far. and regpent were intermingled, for
many deplored her loss when the To folltowl"a gres show The pW-
Jitrmy Hyde has been eminently bridegroom rode out from the North sacola Journal's circulatlo for each
to clalm his bride.
*ucce-fu, 'hu far in dodtinz the .d..cmh.. b.rie ay during the month of eptember,
uc e Martha Balloch Roosevelt loved 1905 with the average number of
*ubpo.na servers. with ardor her native State and opiea d ly:
mourned with anguish the sorrows Sept. 1, 5,000 Sept 16, 00
RockefIler believes in higher things that the war between the States a .pt. ,00 Sept. 17, BONO
-011, for instance. brought to her people. On one occa- SS, 5ept. 1
Sson. after hostilities between North 86.4 4, Sept 10 sIk
and South had begun and when her S, Sept. I5,k M 9
9 W4W**WtH"W H t9 Northern home was decorated for the .S. 100 Sept. 21, I
M S fDestive occasion wih American flags, epL 7, M Spt. S S
* NEGRO MUST SOON DECIDE. ihe.. to how her iorvaty to the South., ip 1, 0 Spt g8 IL
*- :. displare;l from her bo:doir windo.8 9L 5200 Sept. 24oSAN
* A1an (h Herald. :. Cerfe era', flaz. which caused Sep 10, Set- 24 .....
0_* :-'r> --n:imients in the crowd rh Sept. 11 ... Sept. 26, S,
t- .*...-. ...** --- cllect-ed in front of tho houte Thev Sept 12. 5,300 Sept. 17,
4 nanmd-d The reenoval of ;he flai. :spt 13, 5,300 Sept. 2, agk a
The sr~ ,,'T of G-- rria saw mill m- Sb,. rtf;:-- vi hon 'o -v Mr. Roose-i pt.- 14, 300 Sept. 29, &,
a few a.' i ago in announcing tha: tho <:- an, no persuasiou fr.m h.r hu--iept. is, 5,300 Sept. 0,
imp'r;a -n oif E _;op in p lo" r t;as .t ita:;,d -,'d induce h"- to withdraw I Total for the metl- .......
come i.,cetar ,, ac.run: of the .-x i,. So he mad.., a speech to the' Avere P r day..--...... i t
lst :Ig r..- cr- :a: in this ,,r.o i crowd, by this me a mob. told them I reby certift that ( above stat
wa -a : ... :h, direc-iun 'f hK. wife loved tht flag, as she was a ment ta correct ace6rf to theJ te.
a ch: ' -htnt Southern wouia. antid he mob d!- or& oan we in this oMw.
The Aoa- i'h. on ac,-,nt perved. -gP% A. SWWw,
f thb gr,-a" arr ited price wh!-:hi eoranms wiml have a peculiar tn- trClatiea Mgr.
enmwv.w, 1- o- 'nr.ds. ig able :.! terest in Presidenu Rosxevelt's visit Swnrn to and rubserlbed be1ow e e
wr" for a r o-l,; of r eii and spenl to his mother's native State, and for th is30th day of Septerber, 199. t
the ret of th. wA-' i ileness. I'hat reason his welcome to .Atlanta J. P. SIneto
Ta. s: '. afa-ir bhas tremea- will be particularly warm. Notary. Pblie.


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* O OrATE PWSS 0


A DEMelt Prelain*.
The Beard at Control have before
them a dlaBkt problem an the reor-
gamaintte mMa viviteatios of the
State lastitations for higher ed-
acation; but we have abundant
fanth in tleir ability to solve
It. They are -working earnesxiy
and jealously, but with commend-
able cauttom; and their efforts
should have the hearty moral saup
port of every fritcd of higher edwce-
tkm In the 8tat. Be In not a trne
pMtr, eor even a good citizen who
would throw in their way one slagle
obtmeia or seek to embarrass or
tknder them in the execution of their
planas.-lorida School Exponent.
0 4e


O kera a ta l tor
General Gilchrist. who has been
spendtag his vacation In the moun-
tase of North Carolina, seems to
harve taken a ret from political aft-
hgehoMl eeoioamie He has perpe-
t .ed a reclpt for eoaktg okra, as
falowes:
"Until here lately I have never
known okra served in any other way
than what might he called the stip-
pery-gono before it is hardly in
your mouth. Many will find this a
preferable way of serving It: While
raw cut the ok.-a n small pieces
a-bout the size of a small flager Joint,
and roll it in mea). Beat p an egg,
mit the okra, beat egg salt and
pepper. Pry in hot grease.
"To ay m who thi kiea I sbontd
ha" voted dieW im th lest LegI
islature, I eMr t this reetpt for
preparing a go dhA. Ows hundred
yembm mw it will mae bet little
difference ebow anyone voted, but
okra will grow %a and on ftoever."-
Miami News.
Jackles Welf Betaved9
According to the New York papers
the sailors of the North Atlantic
squadron coads0ted themselvPs iin a
highly exempasty manner while en-
Joyag their "*bore leave" there tnot
leOr sinee. Thi is the etpertence
of Pwaoco a ws these harty son
of the sea o ar areaccstmed to
put to a aew *oth thete every win-
ter In target 2fUeO Ia commeat-
in apO U the Clevoel PPh


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the gilded bees were buckled on his


kirwM rlims &on1". b mlme.YI. --e


shapely form. The horse, old in years W Uw ILV"** a"1 r-WvrOIBI@II.I ISco ImrWeW Urwn TRAPiEu
and white ae freeh flaked snow, was NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON-
as fall et e rage as ever. His mas- jSEQUBENCE OF THE' AN PO PAKT,
tWr's hand pawed lovingly over bhte I
'satin skin as Napoleon mounted h 1. No nurse eaa be considered as trained in the management of yellow
that fatal 1s of June when the d ftever in the light of present, accepted, knowlefte unless she reaslm fully.
t fat f lofJ un the earnestly. and conscientlously, that the disease Is tranemlt4t solely by mos-
toops were fnrmi up on the re i quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
which had been so fresh and green the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should dad their way
that morning and where the lark's ,therein.
sweet song was silenced by the I I That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient se
first booming of the guns. The white most co-operate with the phystelaa ia the i Astar g e e bi eth s a Sa m-
charger carried the emperor as proud, dian of the public health. The trained nurse Ia this capacky becomai diset.
ly as ever; the wide nostrils silffed iy the most e1 ient and Important sanitary aen in preventing the prme
the battle clouds as they had often of yellow fever in tafected localities. Upor her a slu hm appreeul-o q1
done befo. A mus et blB struck the 1he mode of transmission of this disease. her personal safety (if she I1 a
creature's flanks, and the white skin Don-immule) and the protection of the family and the entire household of
and golden bees were stained with the patient, (especially I these are not Immones) largely, If not etrh'sy,
blood and dust depends.
Late in the afternoon Napoleon 3. Every nurse must bear in mnnd that the most wiignant yeUlw fever
turned af. horse's he d from he fleM. patient is Innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most suaeeptlble
The battle was fougt and lost. Only non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
......o 4a-t... AA ..# a .._ mosaouitoea to the patient's DetsoL


i exar says: -"her isas ben a d- --aruw uReeme su u-z cuur- ---- - -
pedotion to re id the *ay seaman ag remalmed hetwee him and cap- 4. The greatest freedom of pesofal contact and tntereoumse may there
Sas an overgrowa and more or less ir- tlvtty. Nobly the old horse responded o mttepd etwe th yellow f ck 584 the elI in te lsc
r4ponafble C4 Itt was once takes to his caB. Away through the trampled room, and provided the lanculatio of ftf,,oq4 ., by' 5ft1g the atft
for apo ble e trW Oashe er hi s. way through te trampledduring the first three days of the diesse, Is absolutely prevented.
or ;ranted wh ashore for mM -the brokM roud 5. The mission a trained marse to st sastaesoriy cf a
slk bo ~ a emet e eN be awfal mntes of slau fter patient, sugering from ary ktM of fever, tI iclittes itected with yelow
t regAhod baOd iM the hemg Vthe deed and dying; fever, who Is confided to her care, is allowed to be bittsm bye m osqtte.
sbte t lm ld V the neway 69906b the merciful da48*nes even ift the fever is prove not to be yeltw fever. Moesqulto bte t area-
WY vtL Io lNoon esbt eo, 0f tS amum er aSght; away toward and harmful even it not itaectve to the patent, and It mst be looked upea
Th iem type at hens Paris oe e agafn as an evidence of A eIwt, if be phows evidences of mosquito stags.
e getf, leoIN large ti the That m the let time Napole 6. No nurse can eeaiders herself a r .ed -yellow fever aurse naless se
WtIOt10 the y6 avage citisef, rode his favorite. Loid Petre found has made herself thorougMly famMlar with the weapons which sceas mad
was c* meaiebIy a etiicatars, but the poor beast, wounded and utterly experience have given her to efectively protect her no-fafeCled paitli and
hasa ee lh a p lve and sinsaul worn ont, at a roadside inn, where those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertloas ter fatsy
ing lbliel sm-i vlai Times-Union. Napoleon had entered his carriage, from the infected.
* leaving the horse behind. Marengo 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse most learn to
ever fSf -" .was brought to Eagland, and even- handle in protecting her patients are:
Momtama brihgs forth Oe "vinaes tually sold to General Angerstein of (A) The Monsuito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His ed.
potato." Now, let us have the "bite- the grenadiers. His old age was 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevet the
lefs mo qult,;" and the "tooIless passed at Angerstein's place In Nor- passage of mosquitoes.
tick-Melbore Times. folk, where the horse-to the last 2. Mosquitoes can bite through amoquito nets when any part of th
Impruesiem Je ge Carter. "beautiful as a picture"-attracted patient's body Is in contract with the netting.
JI*a"e O J Cartee hs m e much notice. On his death the gen- 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see tnt th tr are om few
dge Carter ha made am f eral presented one of the hoofs to his places In the netting and that no mosquitoes have I*emd a lodStag las Me
vsa I mptess and r eld t ra es of the Guards brigade, The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosealiseos
pmality at his tIlags from the a another belongs to General Anger- entering.
beek. eth here and elsewhere stein's family, at Weeting Hall, Nor- 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be kUed I*i
be is bmit all the rosy predictiont to i lt--lden Modern Bociety. side, not merely driven or shaken out.
miad fot him by hb boat of Aiend edmterraesa r6aemee I. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the phytssan;
a ever the crest who predctet M ras are common I many parts awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mequiteo bar. This t? par
thatbe would wMaxs asgoodraJdgeo the world, such phenomena being ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially in tofbm aot
asLe e. Max we whofoar aou tM wold h pheom being children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The s as mwas
e willI thecritero t a to travelers In the tropics as ifests itself in such a mild form in Infantile and early ehilthoed, that It
all other judges of this circuit will e well as in the arctic regions and on likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness o the symp.
comspred.-DeFbltak Breee. deserts Jmst the same as upon the wa- toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
.* *t9so ef lakes, seas and oceans. The spread the disease without molestation. The mud or mtrecognstf ca t
Thme E table X i anet peculiar of the whole list of at. for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
Whle W deocMrattc policyholder mespheric illusions is that species of (B) Screens
Win the r uft ewatw votinghishown mirage called the Fata morgana, which All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Omutsde
little b&Mt tl f w s RI'leipl his iw mipeculnar to that portion of the Medi- of hospitals, wirescreens are not usually available and provislol screeM
me lom wais casting i tesprranean sea. which lieso off the o can be made of bobblnet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
sWee Wei pea was casting "u.- terranean sea which lies off the coast secured to the openings of the sick roos.
00 weath" of them for the republi- of Calabria between Italy and Sicily. (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for FwmigtiLn.
can VhtidMe.-IAVY Times Doe. Exhlbitmas of the Fata morgans are Fuiigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder) to destroy
craLt the most fantastic spectacles i agin- possibly Infected mosquitoes as early a possible after the uarth d r 4 Wever.
able. If a city is presented to view, Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, aad if ased in proper qeatt
some of the buildings are seen stand-, will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room i 1
a S a = ieow e n m lag In their natural piltions, while cent if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of saphur to .00e
Ma t is e of some two m illisa those adjoining may be -tanding at. cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and on powe a
spd. Sft plants and asaltm. s thhtoee coneivable anglbe or arde am- insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupity the osaiqtoe T
Sdleabet to esutct Ilp every conceivable angle or are cor- mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be coected and burnt.
.t t ,robae t ht pletely inverted. The morgana has hours' fumigation with 'lphur is quite sufficient Ina ordinary casam. 'she
We .re t mio es el- t n been known since before the time of fumes of sulphur will not remain long. and household Amm-cia spriajk i
w as-Christ and has always been viewed about the rootn will diminish their unpleasantness.
P" ,with awe by superstitious people The tumigation should be done in the morning, so that the room will be
free of odor by night, and it should he done preferably in dry weather. When.
TpH Er TrnA ITS IflSC i T O r ever the condition of the potie e will permit, a rem adJoiftng the Ome
TH TRAN S M ISSION OF occupied by the patient should be Arst purified of mequiti*s and prepW
KY vthe reception of the patient, who is to be caretally transferred to the d lo
LLO VE AN D fected room as early as possible after the tourth day.
yjJLLO r rm vPR AN DU i The work of dasiBectin and mosiulto dstructita, au we"l asmS
is now conducted by the Health Authro'tles, tamediately after motiucutamI
11014/ TO N U RSE IT the attending physician. But in isoIatsd localities or whem deliy teo ,a.
H O W TO N URSE ITi jog sanitary relief s unavoidable, the pbyseLa aSnd nure m t dlre~ ath
members of the household in applying te prescribed regulations.
At a meeting of the Orleaas Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905, Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Beomt
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the bSocety on the "New duties and responsibili- Authorities in charge of sanitation In New Orleans during tih prseg
ties Nbpoese d pe 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, Stipr me g
the mode of trans-'-tlon of this disease by the mosquito." from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic mature.
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objfeef tightly
prlhylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, with paper, or with a thin coating of vasel ie appiler with a bruia.
which he had utflsed in bis teaching, c a submitted to the Society are pub. Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after
hed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: oughiy shaaKng. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closeMt
ELEMENTARY PACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALULE The room should be closed and made a tght a oslsible by stoppiag au
Teltew ftver Msy be defted as as acte, infectious, febrile dire-s" openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyhwoes ad cr acks n -a
w*%I is trtmttted from the sick to seuceptible individuals through the oorevices can be closed by pasting str!ps of paper (old ne wapi) ovge
age of spMitoes; an, a tfr a knows, by the single specite, the St- them with a paste made of flour.
ofla ascsataS, which Is the Mem. domeatie or Cistern mosquito of New he ,sulphur should be placed in an Iron pot. fat skillet prefe,, and
Si t of all the localities in which yellow fever prevals. thi placd ,n brIeks in a tub or other conv -nient water reaptaeewif bout
5. The ge or transmissible prison of yellow fever exists In the bosod an inch of water in the bottom. This is a p- caution which mat e ta to
et fyw gvwr patients olg during the arst three days cf the disease; after- nard against accidents, as the sulpaur I liable to bol! over and setre
war i the ptlwat ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the the house e
lmporrtmaS o recording the very hour when the atta-k first began. The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinklIng alcohol over it a" BagiBg
&. Th eeasito (Mtetgneya seifata) iis powerless to convey the di- I Tthe apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened ap
*as to a saMeptlble person by its bite unt at least twelve days bare elapsed and well vetilated.ed
after bitnag the yenow fever patient. T2 period of jncbstioa in the mo&- NOTE--To find the cubic contents of the ro m. mitply the leWth cc
quite is the time that is required for te b oof the disease to breed in the the room by the width, and this total by the height, ad to And the amoufa
boy of the mosquito and to migrate from the lseet's stomach to its salivary of sulphur necesar to fumigate the room divide the cable counters by 6M
glands. p e States Army T Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, and the result will be the amount of salphur required in pounds.
that in Cs n OaO Penr Earm twel. e days, in the hot summer months, Take, for example, a room 15 feet long. 10 feet wAde ad1# feot high, we
to ci htee s ov er n the eI winter season. would multiply z156x10. equals 1,50 cubic feet. Divide this byiAa"..
4. After Incubating the ydoI tver germ in its body during the period iwil have the amount of sulphur required, vits: I peas.


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tabre saeci'ad the Stegomjyt Is iW s dy to traumR the drl- the
h ib* sy yef7tsn Of entire period t Ifs natural Ift waeh Say amteG me IIR 1 ,Ip0 Stllet
SL Of c insect has saee to water. (GaftersA-) Walter Reed waa able to haMme
_F f II, pic~ably ift yellow kvqr wfth a Stegomyla ESfy-eerel days. old. Guttwes w l
gd I. Ofat b ft mlly, it s0ys; 101 days ot. Nete--Aeeaorelg to Agrmeate, Stepaoyva rsciata ft abvma
ho oe hm ldl emedy ser efor i can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With ua, In Louli-a Is
td9 oA dr db arid abM it. Dupree, it bites without coaning within twenty-four hours after emerging ftw
a- I the pups case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the INaNe ef a*-
omyla mast be impregnated before they will Mti (f that the t o. after
biting once, does a0t appear to bite a second S.gft er at let -tW W ** or
A FAMOUS C4HARG-EF-.- seven days have lpsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomylas It Louilataa
S that have been tolated and reared apart from the tales will bite promptly
thIe story *. o Wfaroma hailea' and frequently. Probably after they have digested thefr Mood meal. and. like
Last wa rWG Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
N lon hel himself to the i 5. A period. varyvag from two to five days, usually elapees after the mt*
Napoleon helped imelf to the of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow wer will deveI la
ture when he encountered the mame- ;the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow ever, mm t0he
lakes en the banks of the Nile in 1798. United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen cawe
Superb au were the horse of theme of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosqUtoes t varied
"knights of the desert." the white from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after ltnanOuem .)
charger with the "great black eyes. 6. Prom the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Fasciata bites
wide nostrils, clean limbs and a brave a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease it will hav*
heart," as Ibrahim the bey described to incubat? the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (iaeubattoa
him, was the most splendid of them period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a msuseeptible person at the exprsn-
alL He was a small horse, only just tion of this time. two to five days must elapse for the disemae to maife t it-
ewer fourteen hands, fatis s hape self in the bitten person. 'therefore, lanes rating the probable saread of
er fru-een hanes aow-Me Napole yellow fever from a single Individual to the susceptible persons :n his envirob-
and dautless in courage. Napoleon ment, a period of at least twenty-stx days must be allowed to elapse before
rode bim at the siege of Acre. at the the success or failure of any prwevemive measures, directed towards the 4@d-
battles of Marengo. Austerlitz, Jena traction of the mosquito. can be determined. In view of the fact that several
and Wagram. He took him to Moscow days may elapse before a mosnquito infected from the Srst case may bite a
in that fatal campaign against Russtia susceptible perses, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
and rode him at Borodino and on the days. which is the time wiven by the health authorities of New Orleans tn the
Beresina river, present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an Infected eaw
When disaster had come and Na- !fter its first appea-anee in a given locality.
poleon was banished to Elba te f- 7. The Stego-nyta Fhsetata caunet convey yelMw tewer durlg the time
vrtte berae was sot permitted to ac- that the poison is In'eblative in its body (twelve to eightef deps). It ma;
Sw t perltted to ac- bite fre#ty and rpeatwedlvy dnrhwB thle period. but fts bfte to tinoeraes: mad er
eamrpany him. "I bed rather I had does its lhie within this period confer any immunity to the bitten persee.
shet blm tha that King Louis should Yp:;YTw ferry !s not t'-an.4:niied cr conveved by Vrsites (I. a articles
pmess bhim." the fallen emperor said, or inanimate ohjeets tb-t have come Ina contact with yellow fever patients fr
aWd be laughed with grima atisfactlon their immediate swrrowndings.A Hence the Matefttle of clothing, beitd!a
when an equerry reminded him that or merchandi.te supposedly soiled or contaminatet by eeet er pw eatty
the Bourbon king was himself too an- with the sick, Is uanecesrary.
wieMly to ride Marengo or any other 9. The bodies or cadavers of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable of
horse. Two years passed, and Na- transmitting the disease unless deaA occurs within tie first three dp e
poleon was back in Parts. The turn the disease (a rare occurrenc-): and them only if mequitae iwe alwed to
of fortunes wheel had brought him to bite the body before decompoasi tion has set iln.
the top ag ; o wa a fugitiveThere is no possibilityof cotrang yeow fver f the b
the top agin; t s ws a fugitive,, 'vomit. evacuations, or other excretions ofA yetow feve prens.
ana the emperor was wildly acclaimed 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as It always is by the bite of the
by the fickle populace, who but a few Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
weeks before had shouted for the king.
Once more Marenub was led from
his stable; once more the housings with D rtleS of the Trfainwf MiT .









THE PENMAGO@LA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 14, 1906


det powder or l po ao of *hur t 0

,W TOTEm me--t"o "No'THE
b ak. SuccessIInUmRINToNeEstruction
-T w| tIpends up tion the Sooperatios t Au

U 1IthelIne tie or y N III
fever is carried by a single species ,
-ifyo-U" ear ft-l owMRequnlt (the dtegomtyla), to mt t ate Ma
Sts destruction it Is necessary to
4M lr iea PAIN, tMht it k t troy all m tos. ui
i'. h v M sIn plaeae4m liable to yellow feve r both e r l
W oM Jm M s I h dvidual land communities have a
SSero k- effective method of protecting thA o-
,13a... ..._ - ads-- .dvW, as indicated above. Ute tf
_^ ,__ -. __ __. -mosquito bar at once over al clam of
.. ft .a..I *U mu I ad MMh ve- Mve ut- db haM I tl the danger foam yall pb N Mt Stitbe May Cai se

Sfeo ha aE. Del au mo


n l cclar th g b Wan-e-be at h The Atlata News of Thursday .has
-- t Aftere tkg Vie sD. the follow g to say relative to thre
sed by the Puble Health and I wi te you e tory of Nan- ta the quarantine by tna
., Rospit Service and t ract bej. H sthe man who made the o that frost hae s fallen in o eo
ever the co, try. It is being dPIspy- new -- tJ i led is all postolnces and other promt and covered it. points Infected with yellow fever, in
I___ apt place and will, no doubt, have "Big waters came, and the was all pobbility, will be raised within
an excellent eamect: nothing anywhere except water a a few days, probably by Sunday.
l k ON&. ealh S4 an by thoew fr the soy and the sun and the star," Dr. Will s F. Westmoreland, presi-
qNJ88dB I*dt -" 10 1w- N M ^ Yelow li g^said t old Chippewa. ""Naa*b-bejs dent of the state board of health, and
One- -.B j -- Tr -ury "D88rfuent madeae a t raft and put on it ea Dr. EL T. Harris, secretary of that
Bureau of relic of everything that had been os board tah actively at the head of tue
Mmid difi 4* w -b t Publc Health and Marke the ear--specimens of eacb kl ad of state quarantine, will hold a confer-
Heaepital Service. animals, of all the trms bshrabsa tlat ence on the matter of raising tne
=* l t -M o *ft wlktke Note.-The measures heroin mn"- ower, birds rocks, and one mia and qarasatte and will probably an-
toned were reutanm nded by te AreY newoman. Iny sort, hendidn ti ae ond e this afternoon the exact tine
dae bdo & Prim so eedi calhaardof and have ben anythin- n .li t when I wi be declared off.
indorsed by the American Pubic anything except sand. He argot In discussing the probable removal
=1 SI[L M y g[am=Health Associatloon and by the First save some sand. and yet he ou Wt 'of the quarantine, Dr Wesmoreland
International Sanitary coanvetion of. do anything without it. He Msdiled out stated that he had not considered the
--- --r----M--- -- American Republics. They have alo ar Into the flood anr d made a little matter yet. He farther added that it
-I.,117 ^T been justified by the experienees MW Island. very. very small Then he ound would depend entirely upon the
WMITE8S PHANMACV. observations of the two working par- be had no sand. He Ilade a very big weather conditions in south Georgia
Peam m ties of the Yellow Fever Institute of line, longer than hubire at deer* as that section of the state is most
V^ I IIWRgt Pme 44L this BDereaa in Vera Cra. Mexico, skins eat up into ribbons and tied to. vitally exposed jest now, owing to
ad by the aunmlassim of the Pasteur gether, and be took a masktrat off the the increase in ever cases in Per-
Institute of Paris, France, 4paraIt& in raft and tied the line to It and threw acola Florida.
nn r Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The esures It into the water. The frightened rat Dr. Harris also says he has not
have been teste' successfully o a dove down and down. and when there taken the matter under advisement
lar g eale aIn Havana. Cuba, and dur- was no longer any pulling at the line yet, but will meet with Dr. Westmore-
r ing the yellow fever epidemic at Nan-ab-beju knew the rat was at the land his afternoon, and they will go
Sdo.UoTexas, I s1903:over the attention and decide when
The in io ofYellow fevr 1 ear- bottom of the sea. Then bean to the quarantine hall be removed.
rlea by mquites, and by no other pull the line up. At the end of ItameEntirely With Them.
means ise h othe tuto d.the poor muskrat.,atonedead,drowned. A the recent meeting of the state
Ppersoas take the disease by being B pawsaw that Mle ltte board of health which assembled in
bitten by meequitoe that hav* pre- blak paws of t m l were cle Atlanta when the state enjoined the
Svmly bitten a yellow fever patient. e a If the was omt ing city board of health from taterferng
The mosquitoes to become infected palms and that the rat held tiht hold wih the former' quarantiae regula-
Emmrt bite a yellow fever patient dur- of even after dath. The MW s tiea it was decided that the power
MNg the nrst three days of his attack, were tfoed openm and In toem wer to remove this quarantine should be !
These first three days, therefore, are found half a dosen &gra0 of sa d. One vested entirely wIM the president and
the most important time for prevent- gra would have been meogi fe the the secretary of the board, without I
SF M _M e*t iag* the access of mosquitoes to a fev- grat Na4-ab&beJu. further approval of the entire board. V
It is a l lncult to oeilde during Itt M bk Governo rel recent, in an in-
-T S Wt ,the rat three days whether a patient g h anted the Mt 3 to little. tervew iT the Nr stated that he
mbus yellow fever; hence thi necessity __Im aed tie d l ittle teview is the Ne stated that he
SfiL.sIn threatened communities of placingslan that he had made ad blow en thought the state quarantine could be
Smosequito bar mediately around tht a5e As he blew and blew It reumved with satt even before the 0
ery patient wheo Maaw of any swelled and swelled untjl it was e big frost, and predicted that it would be
Kind and for three days at least. tht Nan-ab-be i couM d t me r move wkithi two weeI, which t
A special euasro of tihe CUT amrt s a o d of IVt to sv dirte time will be Up on Saturday. He t
t Health was held yesteroxy after- Facts About Screening. SMfteaofjt was nt 1M1 ert- ho- btu st a foet a eftetuay put
at the city halL Mayor B 1. The nettng md should have wh te had a asg as ot busi w mosquitoyrd fth
poftSd an dMesrs W'fr. Rely. e menshes e h enoughAto pWrevet the O em, befe e big water ar thO etr variety, and with
USa her o health Oee PerPerpo s and sage of mosquitoes (at least 120 hd to make it as big ~sIt bade ei a Oeo r be t an end.
eNomtMngwastl ethe ipam or 2. Itls prtattoSCrOM thewtin- _etM __au1 anoftSH
ig theY fellow fv- w &R 40OI of the ho e. It is a- t o r t u m dwrs
no tofeoea niva v e-4- --- I-- ...a th 1srth aMt"bd tehevertwemad otb o Atlt w.
wk at fuigation which has beenIna- Moquto e bite trough wa e he deMed to toke two tW R AURANT.
iated sa to see that the h quito nets when sny part of the pat- buftalees o of te raft and seed them to AN ALOO t
eMe at turampte' i m t's body at ain m at with the noet- s w baer r was m any eM to what -CREANM AD PAILY.
parties mW h t ot 6t o thwer he had mrdi The buffaloes off _Ter. .....p..
h -mes m 4. Frequent a- *hma should be with all speed, and Nan-abhbel set
Afer m ass es maado" Sosw"Is made to see at there w m n dow and waited. Ia afew days the FA TO
asetiotio was pow"se places in the netting or that no mo s- b~ De ckae bmek san l taa A

4da a m a sty at NW~m The setnlg be we tuck- oblowad blew and blewe to The JoreLa
re lt resolved, That the a ty i have Sound a lodguent in- teim th.end of th. eth. Bef N__ ___ ________J__
fe it lspetossa toe emoqiesint erh- m groundagai and it s ws ed so tflS ,clal to The Journls.
ogd strictly I n so Ina to ente that roe couM see It broadenlang Wha FlrOakten, oct. 12.-It is a thing of c
a0gsa1 t of the stea health eOmer, n 6. It moequltoes are found within he haI blewn until he was thlr he joy to be able toreoerd the fact that t a t
S se request *e t-t m neta g they sbaoud be illMed Int- l. s crew of the raft sad met it to sight frost was sereeptle to asaxious i
--t Va m eadmma" -ems sad not um ly darven ~ shakem see i t fit could And the Md et e observers this morning. fresh are in
the msrr- ws regsqaeed to call e. esath. The urow -wa goe a yry leg requisition and old ~oreas was sever I
lapan & besi eisM- an ut 7. All cases of fever autd be trn, but at last tcme s very bac more obstreperous.
oi the hearty support sad cooper- promptly reported to the local bealh em the wind and sad it had Sown tU t ing summer, we can safely n ert that
e ate ot. and if theo U oecr. Awu"t-- his r ther was tired out 5ad t was ae ala o place of this size can boast of a a
am e n s t to C lsould be wo -ered with mequl. bar. sar ga4 to the earth. community more free frum the bodily a
Scale toth and weqead to --- "Naabe-bJa. to make sure, blw ailments that afflict the sons of Adam.
s say measure that almght be- Fact e q- em Meeto D_0e tluon a and swelled the earth a great We give our UIttle church affairs and
1. o live tdeal bler. The e te and s-. possess our souls with serene compos
*arr te the 1- o e in tw. .1e5n. A b s.r e.a.fry,. t. we thw hr e o ~ noo d d w fromapo the ne rtt to Q. nte* v r uqes erar, a rwa-

r eavin he bus fte". -id only water a.d they miget. tm to* a w Te yougbful element of the place *
_ n--e ~ e a ogh id M, The youag ui n, or wrtaler, th ad -el m a blew h for the Ehrtch poured in ga- v
*hee ~wa w atU hr a chld or lives ia water at least seven to twelve eat of Its hands as hard as he WM A pleasant dmeang club has been
SLr ese b tY m t air chi- 4.lt bhe.oe w it. a that it ctterf a e. rganized, where the light fantastic is
a--t a -ly eo --m Chaemin 4. Although tmthe wriggler lire in Next lhe letlooe a te r aa bs-e. Ibdiged ain weekly
a Osa 1amedy. The 1 ea a er te m frtUtly to te and buas anad snakea ami teed A w a-gB is t*e last acqaaition e
-e this 1 at they IMw there la so the surface to breathe. m butwtmes, and aily he invar te of the Baptist Bn
g tm it ad that it always 5. Coal oil on the suace of the the man and woman. lt pewao p S daSy service was held in the it
.'The 1 set the beast ger water prevents the wri u from to go ashore and Methodist church by Dr. Stre of Pol b
th givinitt, ad t ee e ,at dr thd g make he new lard. Tie organist, Mrs. J. D. Me- ri
ep t Is rpase. For sal by 6. Destroy the breeding places and ir awa me'a. AJA Naice Curdy is an accomplished musician,
w ilt -t* ye will dtroy te ba' tak was n."-- Nies, sa her choir does her inanite credit, w
7. Empty the water from all tubs, --_-a dav schools flourish in Flomaton.


P M bucket. cam, Sww pta, .vase, once to liderable excitement was create e'
UMUS 10 CENTS OZEN every forty-eght hours.eea t. e by a amall sixeu conlagration upon t
WHITE'S RESTAURANT. .unlled postr an the liketch. Poultry ad the home orchard fte the root of the residence of Mrs. M. J
WEO ALUA 9. Change reulary every a2y all make an excellent ceblastion. mw feC~wdy. The fames were extin th
CREAM N*s A BDALY. water needed in chdcke coops, ken- Peltry stir te gro~~tlabetor in timeofbuta rather large morven
nels. etc. fertl s aand ako an iatr t tiator in the roof wasti the result, morc
nels etc. tartille Itt a" take an later"h tn the e
10. Treat with coal oil all standing solution of the insect problem. lb e ta' d us rme t to the contemplatio of the
OP NING Of TH1 water which cannot be screened or tI reciprocity. The fowls need un- rt ot the family.
drained (1 ouse e i et will cooler 151 si ne, shade, a range. -rateh bed* The store of Mr. Drewy of this place fi'
mS equare feet of surfdao). The oil does grass and grit; the trees need scratch- vas entered a few uicbts ago. Tb, t
CLA $Utm anot effect the water or use f the wa- tag and fertilizing. Poultry seem to "'%rrs pried up the floor and appro- de
ter is drawn from below. be especially valuable in the pluM ratedd some trifling articles and wha au
11. Where oil is appliea to standing orchard; no curcullo l'*-'ng poaw a small change they found in the draw In
At a mwtng of the advlory bowd water i: must be distributed evenlyescapes them. Wbk'h animal to use
e1 th enisacola Clasical hol hed over the surface c apes them. Which animal to use r.
t wa soua adi bleto 1 Pver th fne wire netting. oer for pasturing the hoc.e sod oretrd Cotton ginning is the order of the th
OWL !B. IS.lt was foundadvlsableto 12. Put fine wire netting over c is mostly .1qIsti of emir BE.. day now. The teecv staple In Bnu *,
postpone the opening of the coming ternsa wells, and tanks of water in mostly a question ey. a now. Th taeeen non the
se ion until more favorable condi. everyday se. you dide this however, go over to t de oteen o the
tki prevv:l. 13. Places in whiItr is uLdesur-f the whole subject agnin and w e hItp d t
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG. able o put oil, such as watering will not be better to till the ad The schr o ed wi t a by roti;th
Principal. u s' for stock, lly ponds, and so ter all.-Garden Maaze tenance on Meaday, October d.


tcrth. can be kept tree from wrigglers,
COUMTERFEITgN6 THE GENUINE by putting In goldish or minnows
14. Cl(an away all weeds, grass and
Oe & o. Ca.. cagoI o Ngtwared bushes ahout ditches, ponds, ana other!
Homy aad Tar as a t.or t ad tu lag spoibi hle, r Medtg pces sace thes
remedy. and on account of the grea; afford a kadiag plae. for bth mosqui-
mart and popularity of Foleys Hen"e .,.
and Tar n;ny irmitailm s awe *fere' li. Clean tp reeat tots and back
rW the rui, ::ne. These worthiefss t -ards of all cans. tinas, bottles, and rub
itatw.n- ;,av, similar so5Qndtg same... bsh.
Beware- : : ,m The genuine Foley -s 1. First do away with. or treat, all
Honey and Tar t Iin a yellow pack- p'esa where mosquitoes are known
age. Ask for it and refuse any sub- In breed. and then begin ft work on
sutiute. It is the best remedy for pacs. where the might brmd.
eoughs and ochld W A. PDAleh1ter 17. Inaspwe a" treat wth oal oil,
Lrugist and apothercarr, 11 SouthI gers. caivts. ditches, manholes,
iaeox -trect. i catching basis, et&.. along the road-
ICE. side. Manhole covers should be
ON THE HALF S- ELL AT NICK 18. se would be cleared of
DAY. mosquitoes by bring 1 posed of in-


The First Steel Sk s -erpw.
The first steel sk-letn building eP-er
erected was known aa tje Tower build-
tg and stood on *hwer Breadway, New
Vrk city. Whbm the architect submit-
etd the piams for it to the iading de.
pert t in 1888 the members of the
department wr mso pima"t that they
bad to turn the whole matter ever to a
special board of expert examiner. Poic
the first time in the world a building
bad been designed In which the entire
weight of walls and floors was sumpport-
ed by the steel skelvtoan and the build-
Mig law conwetaed noa provft for
sch a structure. But the experts ae-
empted the plans and th modern ky-
emaper was born.


i Thus far we have been s"ured th |
scourge of yellow fever Great is the;
sympathy expressed' for the suffers o
Peasacola, and fervent the prayers
,hat a city so attractive shall soon b
the help of a Merc!tul Providence, b<
relieved of so dire a calamity.
'How to CWue Cos and Bunions.
First. *oak the corn or bunion in:
warm water to soflea it; thea pare i,,
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Ctamberialn's
Pain Balm twite daly, rubbing vtor
eusly for nve minteO at each appi-
cation. A corn plaster should be worry.
a few days to protect it from the
shoe. As a general liniment for
sprains, bruisea, lameness and rheu-
amitsm, Patn Batel is uuequale4. For
sale by all qWilets.


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CURIOUS EXPEDIENTS

MAKESHIFTS THAT SERVED USEFUL
PURP6O6&

Uew m wat wWO eOtaSned hr the
*V et Gm Maersef--A sep Newt-
gase by Me3me et a RasLwy aranw
-esmm s p ,ed DMP*~sP P1es.s
Guns have other ue than that of
kiflng. We aB know that bhendaed
at clock are set from the 1 o'clock gun
bred by electricity from Greenwtch
ebervatory, but not everybody ts
aware that rifles have supplied mole
tare In desert countries to travelers
dying of thicst and thus saved thetr I
lives. !
In the great Sahara some time ago.
says Pearson's Weekly, a globe trotter,
who wanted water badly, found it pos-


sible to collect a drink out o the m
dampness of the sand. He sunk the
barrel of his gun into the ground and
it collected enough moisture In the
bore to stay his thirst. A timely suck
at a gun muzzle has saved many lives
In the sun eeorched deserts of the
tropics.
Water ran short on a merchant ves-
sel in mid-Atlantic not long ago, and
the crew did not know what to do to
obtain a drink. The captain, however.
hit upon a brilliant Idea.
He had a number of sporting guns
in his cabin, and, taking them on deck,
be plugged up the breech ends, filled
the bores with sea water and set them
them end up among the coals of the
galley fire.
As the steam gathered he ran it
through other gun barrels until It cool-
ed. The steam collected in the shape
of excellent fresh water, and in this
way the crew were supplied with suf-
felent moisture until the vessel teeeh-
ed port.
If you were to drop into the houses
of the French peasants you would be
struck with the fact that practically
every man and woman poked his or her
Ire with a bayonet
Some 100,000 bayonets-condemned
stores of the French army and seedIn
the Franco-Prussian war-have foand
heir way into the homes of poor pose-
ints, who use them as fre Irons.
The bark Ruth, bou d from Demers-
ra to Oban with sugar, neglected to
procure a chart of the Scottish coast
when setting sail. The captain had
never been to Oban before, and, not
wishing to return to Demerars to get a
chart. be looked about the vessel for a
mhutitte.
He discovered a Oaledonian railway
Ime table, with the railway map at-
tched. This helped him out of his dif-
Iculty, for it acted splendidly as a sea
guide. The Ruth cut across the Atlan-
Ice and after sailing up the wgt coat
of Scotland dropped her anchor safely
I Oban bay.
WIthout this railway map the cap.
ail would ser have got hs vesse
safely through th e Intricate cbanela.
Good steel wasn't obtainable whe
he Gerpans wished to manufacture
ome new rifles for hair anny, so they
purchased tons of horseshoe nails
which had been kicked about the roads
of the world by horses innumerable.
The gunumakers found them a perfect
substance for the manufacture of rite
arrels, for the nails, made originally
f the best metal obtainablehad
eived from the eceatant pounding of


James Hges Tesifies
11. Jamne H fs M, Watchmam SNma 18I1 At the Orab El e
vanMs nl MilwaMk, Wit., Whro Used Duffy's 20 YVms Hewt
fly Rwcenmeads the Omst TicT as a Ptdltive Preventive or
CeOxu a d CAd
am am IN I I 07 th"ya"rWhtW.
h and Mt sad I reward Dly'
SPua rerUaW a th onreMable
V, h*iNOWy media." He writes:
SFor more than twenty years I have wed
Syour great medicine ceogha and oold
vars7 Ifr e-cqinted1, I am strong, bhe
anod hearty. Lone armcrbedffy's Pt r me
I Ihave bwexpoeadt,>allkinds ofwftuber.
b* I ha11 baeen a wircbroan at the Sr
l elorakwbmesince 1-4;1. I am strong, hale
Vhiskey as the one reliable fCmiv m.;di-
.ine."-JAx=s 0. BrGwu. C3 Walker St.,
% RMilwaukee, Wis., May 5,1905.

huffys Pure


JM Malt Whskey
JAMEl G. HUIHU.1
ean abolt l pare distllaon of awithot1 fael oiL Itarr tstbe of
"-.y. sreges.e heart and enriches the blood. Doct.,rssay Isis a
m of food aleaydigsted," as it agree with the most delicate stomach.
It is recognized everywhbeaes wth nflin cure for coi.:, bronchitis, eomump.
on, nervousness, malaria, *evy o oftomah trouble, all diseases of the throat a
lungs, and all run-down and weakenedeOn- ,o
diio of the body. It returns youthful
vor to the old and maintains the trength
=dth young. Duffy'& is prssc~lbydoe.
to ofallUschoos, is used in all the ldln
hospital, and is the only whiteky oo&
niedby the Govern meant as na medic
saibhoates. um emalems deals mimd.
al of the ezxelenee of this plsPmhU M,
wMil tryse oil yonebeap rImWAs sme
malt whiskey subettutes, whi h eW puS
es t* market fmr pres emly, a m e
pove harnkfL lee*k Ow the trade.
maeh the "Old ChemIst,"em te label and
be *ralm the seal er the e*aek s Ia
rook eG eea bottle. Medicsal eaftd frete
hde Mant Whiey Oka, mAIIa&r, To


N. GOLDRING, DISTRIBUTOR.


Pensacola, Florida.


N.a MO3.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Calher.
C. W. LAMAR. Vice-President. JNO. PFEIFFER, Amt. Cashlw.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
GF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, 200,000 Susprus, 40.000
CJORFQm* I


Henry L. Covlngtom,
J. Pfelffre.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank eillly,
W. 8. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
F. N. Brawner,
C. W. Lamar,
J. R. Saunders,


S. J. Foshes.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
0. E. Manura,
W. L Cawtmn,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannal,
McKensie Oertl-4g,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Cov!ngtom.


Accounts of Banks, lndivkitse. C porations, and Firms SoIlcted
Pour per "wft. tterMt paid on Time Depo1tft.


WM. H. KNOWIUS, President
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst, Cahtier.


W. K. H YER, JR., V.-Pret. and Casaier
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.


First National Bank


behores' fee en har rase a pecul' Ip(fp
MRECTOR -


ar annealing and toegheaing.
It Ia quite poible that 7ye are wea
ng on your head today drawn up
awyeer brief or asnceat tfle deeds.
When kid leather was at a premium
he Freach glov makers heated high
ad low for a subtuto. e01W fr.
nor Igenious thea the rest bought
p eld parchmeits of all dasePrIoae1 .
'hey carefully removed the k marks
ad eventually turned the etmad
arhment into gloves.
Bver since that particular ftrm has
appled Britain with finest Fr
dd gloves made of parchment. The
ellum cllpping left over when the
loves are made are boiled down and
irned into letter case tad purses.
The British forces were about to
rp9 the laNda ds vr during the late
lowr war when it was discovered that
was Impossible to construct a trestle
rtdge across it. for the bed of the
ver was nothing but quicksand. Piles
ad to be drive, bet no pile driver
was handy.
The wocers of the engineers, how-
ver, overcame the diflculty in a way
iat startled the general in command
f the troops. The sappers waded Into
e water, set up the piles and laid Iron
plates o eah'b one. On these small
bnrgm of dynamite were placed and
After the ezxPToahom the piles were as
rm as If tho. hat beft driven in by a
earn harmaer Dynast explode
downward with a terrMic force, and
nythtng befqw it is pounded deeply
to the enr*h.
Mr. Fowlvke, engineer in charge of:
he Asaka dam on the Nile, scuttled a
ilp to save his cherished earthworks
om ruin. The dau partly burst, ad
he great rush of water was fareig
he bnnk* from below.
Something bad to be done ., step the
,w. for a terrible dMsaster w Intmmti-
ent. Mr. Fosdyte boarded a cargs
teamer tied to the bank some distance
way and. getting up steam. teered
Tr down the rapid stream.
When ashe was broaside on the tran-
Int dam the engineer had her seut-
ed. and as she sank to the rVlmg
waters Mr. Fowdvke and his mea cher-
I themselves boarwe. The scuttled
itWo steamer had saved e dam.
!* remarkable makteftt for a brea-
ater cost nearly T,0W.
rhey who depend on the merlto ft
estar search ti the roots of the
Ne for tha fruit with the bramebs
ight to eFOR THE JOURA
SSCRIISE FOR THE -OURNAL,


@1 Pemamlm~, Fla,
F.C.Q Bret. W. A. Blountt. Wzm K Knowles,
W. IL HMc, k., D. G. Brent6


Foreign and Douetic Exange Bought an4 Sid.


We draw our own Hills of Ex-
change on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, France Auslria, Italy,
landn, Spam, Belgiuim, Russia,
Nerway, Swedn, Denmark, and
their European countrtuw


Vwelt disbursed upon the most
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gatlons taken payaple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Veo
set Arrive there.


Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Deptartxat for the use oif caters
.wkw gs D -aemw-I....t Pai n at
raft ef 4p, mp m
,wtm _wwmm ...
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L HILTON GKUS. rasmnMI. T -I WXL M. L ,Vicx-Psals
M. B JeNKLL, UAj5Sa. MANanISLD MOAnaO. t"r CAMS&ra
Citizens National Bank,
o! Pnmes o. Florl a
Geo.W wr gts. MorMs Metar. T. I. Wle.e,


Ft#SR* NNKINQS I NlTRltoNA GrC..


J. S. REESE, President. a W. MENEF. mCashier.
A. ALCART, Vie-President.
lilt PPt 'Lt-13 BANK Uf PE'NSACOLA,.
Direcftroe-L.. 3. 51%*n,"^ &ee DeC. Koesler. R. W .Cary,
W. A. D'Akob=seb A: Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENRMA& BANkInG BU SMNsS.
TOM AMOUNT I19RitISF3C1TTLLA soucrrul.n


Whola and Rti w e Leaif to
Steam, Domestic, Aathracite
and BLacksm th
O2ce-No 3 Sobut Plaft3 street Telepbone 93.
Yards on sagess e ead Gewales streesa Phmie t


DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR

YELLOW FEVER
AM s tiO Ui d ydear t0mis Ba OW Oa tala smla d c i rta/ul a vr.


lEWB ANTI ANA AND CMl W =R=
SIT CUlit8 TO STAY CURED.
Bo a at al ug Mlcres or at

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THE PSIMAOLA JOURNAL, SATfUODAY MONOlINt, OCTOBRt 14, 190O


Be Jwalfs Day Fashion Feature
-8- ** ** ** ** 0 111111116 an.... ...... "A
"Do Vt ber and I id0L L1 A* OR10MAUB
& MMoA ........... "" To be -11UtWd A* OrdiMee is Un. f
K ADM OLA.. rum N....... .......... a e tr C A --,0-1 i
.ooNo.. .................. am
re om & Co................. 10.0 to ralih Separate Cars evi-
D. Oakie Wilen.............. 25-" e lmin Carm, or other Provieions
A.L M. Ain ................ .. UM trT hee eparNon f WIWa nd Cl ,
Gor4m & Brown.............. 1500 ord Passengm:
W Wmlo e o 4...........400 4 DoItordained by the Mayor and
X. 0. w ebm .............. tbthe Cty Council ot the' City at Pow-
E.G. De lva & Co............ H.ecol08a:
W. A. D'Alembrte............ 10.60 Section 1. That all persons, compa-
Jas. McHugh .. ................ 2 e00 9 le or corporations operating street
Sol Cahn & Co.............. 25.00 car lines is the City of Pensacola
B. Gere................... 0e shall i ftirnish separate accomimoda-
J. Kr7 ................. 17 50 tions for white and colored passen-
Green & Watonl ............ 10.00 gers. A failure to comply with these
J. C. VaaPelt................ 5. provisions shall subject the persons
The Pensacola Journal........ 25.00 so offending to a fine of twenty-five
C. B. Patkbl..~~ ... ....10 00 dollars or imprisonment for sixty
Naval Stores Export Co.. 25000days.
\ -- W. B. Wright C0............* . Section 2. That every street car
A -oe N A te .... ............ S. company or person operating a street
(iormery A htefd an-d aW MeDavi-yr Co... 2,. ar line along or upon the streets of
-R. ................ 20.00 the City of Pensacola shall make pro-
S change t Formula or Packae. A A er................. 50. visions, rules and regulations for the
?t e ~AME only has bee changed to H. Bars & Co ............ 100.00 separation of white passengers from
ise conautsion, as we ca"at atordc Pensaola Laumer 10C. 00 colored passengers by separate cars
*o have so valuable preparation F. BreC. t ................ or fixed divisions or movable screen
M a with any other.) John Shpard ................ 00 or other method' of dWision in the cars
LA is guaranteed, and money A. DiLustro .............. 2 00 of euah lines. A failure or refusal by
Wnll be retunadd in every case where Alex ells ..................1000 ary such street car company or other
S ft C to remove freckle, pimples. D. Levy ................. prison to make such provisions, rules
v- eoHar dcoorato l j.. Dnham 5.00m or regulations, shall be punished by
w soaa, black-beads, di-1 Golf Machle Co.. .. 25. a fine not to exceed fifty dollars for
rt epions. etc. There wOTre cases 0. H. Salth & Son...0..... 10 each orffese, each day of such failure
n 2 4a. Laves tie skin clear. Bar Plot.... ....... ..... 100.0 or refusal shall constitute a separate e
M11% be em* a a"restores the beaUty W. B. Lamar ................. 100.00 offense. \
L SarittMoreno ............... Section 3. That conductors or other
Priee. Sets and $1.00. Sold Ia esm w. 8. osasco ..'." oecmnployes in charge of such cars shall
ty by all leading drggists, or by Marine Grocery Coaign ........... 50 car or division provided by said cm-
I H. M. ller. ...... .............. 5.01
Pprep d only by pi. O Howe & Co............ 25.0 panices or persons under the provi-
NATIONAL TOILIT CO., Para Team. I J. C. Prter...: .............. 10 00 sans of this act.
SJ. A. a5................. 00I f Section 4. That any passenger wL-
I. A. C in ................. 25.00 fully occupying any car or division of
_Pn. H. IoA-* OD ............... 10.00 car other than that to which he has
J. B. Aeberts................... 10.0) been assigned as aforesaid. shall be
J. P. Wllitms Co............ 100 nishedby fine not to exceed
T. A. Jennings............. 0. twenty-five dollars or by imprisonment
ITas e. W. Wright ........... 1"00 not to exceed thirty days. Conductors e e
ICoash..................... 5.00 or other employes in charge of such C1
Quina&Guttman............10.00. cars or divisions of cars may eject _
Frank Reilly ................ 5.00 therefrom any passenger who wilfully
S. A. Freedman ................ 10.00 occupies any car or division other
D. Daaheisser .............. 5.00 than that to which he has been as-
H. 0. Anson................... 1O0 osignel.
gr M Marton a Qu.la. .. ..... 2'.00 s iectlos 5. If s'y conductor or other THE MODE P, CTURESQuE.
. & B. Forbes ............ 100.00 employee having charge of any suc' Those long, closely fitting coats, :hcI coat. that enmloys the same ma-:
X. Goldring...................15.oo car shall permit white and colored liiroal..The sleeve is' the modish half;'
Cash......... 5.00 passeners to occup te same relieved with a waistcoat in the front, ria The sleeve is the modish ha
5,,nthrs. w t. an upward flaring suff
W. H. Wht & Co............ 5.00 case separate cars are provided, or are extremely becoming to the aver- )ii. a lace ruffle that adds quite a
W e Fish Co .............. 100. divisions in case separate cars be not age figure, and when cleverly planned :le to the length of the arm cover-
C. Ti s............. 1 0.00provided, he shall be punished 0by can be made to assume a picturesq,,- ing. The skirt is one of those circd-
S i hr T. Bhlolel ...... ....100. neeono to exceed fifty dollars or i ness of appearance that is stylish to l4r designs, cscap's the ground alt
J. chTele......hone.... 25.00 prison men6. That nothing exceed this orixty day. the last degree. The one illustrru I around, and depends upon four tucks
Armour Packinghe Co............. 00 nance t al be. Tat noting strued this ori- shows the new shade of chamius cl- above the he-m for all of its trimming
Dabulason Bros .............. 20.00 the running of extra or special cars low broadcloth, the shimmering satin scheme. There is an interlining of
Star LIandry ................ 15 0J or the exclusive accommodation o fish being selected. The waistcoat princess haircolth some six or eight
L.. S. Brown & Co............ o either white or colored passengers, if is of the same tinct brocaded satin, ;iches above the hem, this affording
Judge E. Bellinger............ 15.00 regular ears for the accommodation the design worked 'over with embroil- the smart hang to the skirt that is
Marks & Gayle .............. 50 O) ot both white and colored passengers ery stitches and fastening invisibly so cleverly illustrated in the design
A er of a ew 911rie l swift & Co ., ................. 25 00 are operate' as required by this ordi- beneath the embolidered revere on pictured.
fte Yebow e rliefw to' Miss lUml. He erson ........ 2.50 nance, and run at eaah intervals of
S ,tilv < fv relief /fn cntsatue McKensie Oerdtg & Co. ..... 10 00 time as is n6w or nyiy hereafter be any place where liquor ;s sold, drunk partnership h'retofcre composed of;
thee fo l e each day. Yt D wody-Alken Co ............ 25.00 required by ordinances of the city. or handle', and all. halls, or. pla es. F. E. Bayless and F. 0. Click, trading
th rW sfWeveral for O"ma tsta J. S Roberts ................ 5.00 1Section 7. That nothing in this or- where dances, concerto or entertain- a:nd doing business as the Rader Fur-
*hi ar'"s cefdited thi tn A Citlens National B nb ...... 100 00 d'nance shall be construed to apply m.lpts, either vocal or instrunentil, r:iture Co)., doing business at No. 21
iMtar to of t i L R N. . Co........... 100 001 to nurses attending children, or inva- or other forms of 8 tertainments ar3 ind 23 liEa:st Garden street, Pensacola,
the city It W. Marsh ................. 15 00 lids, of the other race. hcia in, or within oae hundred feet of Florida, is hebeby dissolved, F. E.
omd lAth iptewho ablee tod* R. M. Cary .................. 10 00 Section 8. That all ordinances and any bar room, or. ,her place where IPayless retiring from said firm and
sewtoill tar te to tefd. Timj.o JE4. O'Brie ............... 10 00 parts of ordinances in conflict here- liquor is sold, drnlt or handled or -!ling his interest therein to Jno. C.

a e l a l low:aeala Gas Co i....... .. .. 150.00 with be and the same are hereby re- connected with, or ru in connection Gray. All accounts due said firm
T AM Electric eratgal Railway Co.. 100 00 peledo with any bar rooa r-r such other 'Ihall be paid to them and all accounts
rt aial e. Goulde rtllr Co ..'...... 100.00 Section 9. That this ordinance shall lace, and *ll 91 entertainment de by said firm shall be paid by them.
i. S a K ialrCo .......... 2* 0 C. Avery .............. 25.00 take effect itfteen days after 4ta pas- new as "Free an lasy,"' ..all'pay F. O. CL;CK,
i& a aly...... .. .... 2 00 sage and approval. a license tax of Twenty-Five Hundred F. E. BAYIAOSS,
N. o**al Bank ... j W. M y .. D. Passed Aug 23, 1905. (2500) Dollr, hpr nnuxp. JNO. C. GRAY.
raer. 00 ...... 20M W0eleha Co .. .. .... 25.00 Passed over Mayor's veto, Sept. 27, Sect. 2 That Stion 405 of the 30Septoaw4w.
C. -- ............ 4.1 Rhode-Iftch ColIas Co...... 15.00 1905. Code of s of 1902, ai ...
i. A Moo& ..............l....... 10 00 Attest: Camen.ed by an ordinance approved Skull Wowshbp.
in ll o.......... t. eft Cotto w Coo........ 50.0. C.E. M CRITT, September 29th, 19S4, be and twe Lecky, in his "History of the Eight.
W. A. kMa..t............... 2"F. P. E. swner ................ 10.0C Clerk.sa is hereby amended so as t read eenth Century." shows us that skull
.it B t.. .. .. ................10. D. .........5.00 aTaR-ollows: worship, strange as it may seem, was
Bank............. 0 D H er .. ........ 5..00 TAX RATE LEVY ORDINANCE Section. 405. Each veterinary sir- almost the only form of devotion in the
>taio'nla Water Co.y.... 10'.0 io Brewery ................ An Ordinance to provide for the levy geon shall pay a Lkense tax of Five, upper circles of France just prior to
almoe Brook ... .C ........ 10. L Ber Co ...................0 0 of Ad Valorem Taxes for Year 1905. (5) Dollars per aatuma. Eack Oseto- the revolution A skull illuminated by
i M. ro..o.......... 100 Windi ach-Muhlhauser Brewing Be it ordained by the Mayor and path shall pay a license tax of Ten tapers, garlanded with gay ribbons and
Ic a vewtaeat Co...., 100.i i eda'"-Co "- ......... 5 00 Council of the City of Pensacola: (10) Dollars per armumn. .adorned witl pearls might ten em.
It r.. 2. 50a ..l. .. .. .. .. 10.00 Section 1. That there shall be, Sec. 3. That this ordinance shall ..aon 'f prl mg e e a-' '
States L.mmber oo ... S1l1anD Sullivan .. ". 10.00 and re hereby, leved upon all the take eect October lt, 1905. mIonly be fud in a devout lady's *
e *oda Naval 8tor Co.: Dr M 'E. C. Bennet ...u......... 5 00 real and personal property within the rec. 4 That all ordinances, antd oudoir. Its lt name was La Belle
---fefia-ers.a SLtmbere Co. 100.- McMllla Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00 corporate limits of the City of Pen-1 parts of ordinances, in conflict here- Mignon, the pretty darling, and the
-A Mll Co...._.b .. J. C. Peble... .............. 10.00 scola, Fla., not exempt trom taxa- with be and the same are hereby re, fair devotee was wont to spend a part
* D Senadera.............. .50.00 F M Wi liams" ...............10.00 tion by the Constitutio,i of Florida, pealed. of every day. in prayer and meditation a
t'aamala St. Andrews A Wic. & Co. ................. 10.00 the following ad valorem taxes for Passed Sept. 29, 1905. before it. The queen of Louis XV.
it kteaimhip Co......... .Phil P earl.... .... ...... .. _4.10 I the year 1905. Approved Sept. 29. 1905. was much addicted to this, and the ;
Kalema ................ 10 F. W. Cook Brewing Co, "".... 50 I First: A tax of three (3) mills for Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS, skull before which she prayed was
O Wate................. Senator R. Mallory .... ..50 00 the purpose of providiag-a fund for C. E. MERRITT Mayor. said to be that of Ninon de 'Enclos, o
Shtter Co.............. 5.00 L W'~logei. . .. ........ the use of the City for General Pur- Clerk. the noted court beauty, around whom
ColSmate R..... t.Meed..................10.00 poses.
S CRe a................2. AITer-uolva-. o.r "..... cond: A tax of one (1) mill for ICE 8CALES ORDINANCE. Conde, and La Rochefoauldt great
Jao B Joaes. .......... .' Clyde Wilson ............ . 5 00 Third: A tax of one and one An Ordinance Regulating the Pedd:.-
t. H. Lanta Co .......... s1500E. D. Beggs ........ .... 5 00 quarter (1 '- mills for Streets ing and Sale of Ice n the Streets$ A NOVEL RAT DESTROYER. I
m. Johaon & Soe .......... IG. L. Williams ...... .... 1 00 Parks, and Public Works. of the City of Pensacola: Probably the most wonderful way;
P ...H. L. Berry .. .. ........ 10 00 Fourth: A tax one one and one c: getting rid of rates and mice is the*
Col--- r ... Lt... haTlf (1 ) mill for the p.ayment. Section 1. That afl persons, firms discovery of a Chicago man who has:
A VI V ..the Interest, and provding ad stnnkIng and corporations who shall engage in Invented a Paste thate is greedily de-;
WO S BVWiti5J Big Zton Sunday sc8aool .... 5 00 fund for the payment of the principal the usn ess o peddling, or of selling Sou re b' e cockroaches
NM. N. IAWey, tSentinel) .... 2 50 o the n~nde^ indebtedness ,f Z and delivering ice on the streets of and all vermin.
... Jos. H. James,...............5 00. Bletn6 the City of Pensacola, shall proved -. The Sears' electricc Rat anda


StlO Coming In Rapidly In Pe~ota. W. H. Harvey ............... 2 00 Ffth. A special tax of three and each vehicle owned, or controlled by Itoach Paste, as it it called, contains
ridence on the following s eet ctMosep Lyman ............... 1 00 one quarter (3 mills on all prop-. them in which ice shall be peddled, a peculiar chemical that creates a
ill prove of laterest to ver Richard Morris ..............5 0''rty except rea estate sauted m coeyed for sale ad delivery, as burning sensation when swallowed
ln reader So man l C ......................... 55; tha two thousad (2000) feet from aforesaid, with suitable scales. te td the rats and mice who ear
through th ameexpner c dal F. Andrso- n.............. 2 the nearest fire hydrant) for protec- and approved by the City Inspector outside of the house in search ot a
This public statementshould be r dai Mare Bii. ................. 1 00 tioh from fire of Weights and Measu:es. and shall water. Th. Paste is sure death, and
positive o every wavering doter. Preston Gordon .............. 1 00 Sec. 2. That all' Ordinances andi weigh, or cause to be weighed, g dive r lierhe satisfaction. e res
Read it carefully Aaron Joh-ison............... 1 Ot parts of Ordinances in conflict here- said scales all ice sold nd deliver pd on recent of ice Steas'
Ss an St. Paul ehurc; ............... 751 with be and the same are hereby re- from said vehicle in te presence of piepad on receipt of price. Stearns
John -terihn, eset arpetrty Wasmanreoh elark.............5 00 pealed. the purchaser thFlectric Paste Co., Chicago, Ill. Small
trade. livingon West thereof, o in e prS P .ze 20cts. hotel size, eight times the
street. says: "Deoan Kida ial Whitfield Dupont ............ 1 00 Sec. .1. That this Ordinance shall ence of the agent, or servant of such ts.oel size, eigt mes the
proved more than a bonanza to me' Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue take effect immediately upon its pas- purchaser, if such purchaser, agen quantity. $1.00.
When I was in a pretty bad condition Baptist Church ............. 2 00 sage and approval, or servant shall request cr desire the
I had backache. indigestion ad .I. Thos McMillan.... .. ...... 1.00 Passed Sept. 29, 190 same to be so weighed.
gkbt kidncys. The kidney secretios A Colored Citizen ............ 5 90 Approved, Sept. 29, 1905. ec. 2. That any person, firm or
were not normal and caused me in N'nth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00 Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS, corporation owning, controlling, or in i
mvvenience. There was also more Aaron S. Johnson ..... ... 09 C. K. MERRITT, Mayor. charge of any vehicle iu which ice .
or less brickdust sedimen- and they Mt. Zion Baptist Church ...... 3.21 Clerk. shall be peddled or conveyed for sale
were of a reddish and unnatural color or delivery, as aforesaid, who shial
I also bad spells of dizziness and e- fll to provide the same with the
e headaches My back ached after A L .m at L LICENSE TAX ORDINANCE. scales as herein provided, or who
O kard day's work and often it was as The I of most men will be sadden- i An Ordinance Relating to License shall refuse or fall to weigh ice sold
h as I could do to get home ind or lightened by the thing that may Taxes. and delivered from snch vehicle as
Mhe evening on account of my back chance to befall them. In the me :Be it Ordained by the Mayor and is required by the foregoing section,
Ir accident I canm across an adver pen is It tWp by their inward life Section 1. That Section 380 ofl Police Court be punishecl by a fine
aUment about Doan's Kidney Pills When you love. it is not yowr love that the Code of Ordinances of 1902, as not exceeding Fifty Dol!ars ($50.) cr
mI thinking that They might help me, forms part of your destiny, but the amended by an ordinance approved by imprisonment not exceeding thirty T
I procured a box at Sidney Kahn's knowledge of self that yoo will have September 29th. 1904, be and their days, or by both such fine and impris-
ar store. No. 9 South Palafor found deep down In youer -4 I i same is hereby amended so as to reed onment in the discretion of the Re- Is display' by those who
asacorsd.inoser.
street. The aIrst box h ied is that will kep you to dhilon your 'as follows: border. drink our Soda Water.
onderf atlon I c tnw t M 380. Circus, shall pay a See. 3 That this ordinance shall' drnk ou oar Wte
tmutment.r e tsere tro ns If you have been deceived it b lSctiotaThey have learned to dis-
t wontd l ad cUin fte the ec if on have been deeive it license tax of Two Hundred (200) take effect fifteen (15) days after its criminate between the
ki neys 4 merely correted d that matters, bt the Dollars per day. and each sideshow approval. good and the badhence
backache become a thing of te ~, 1 venues wbereto It gave rth to with a circus shall pay a licease tax, Sec. 4. That all ordinances and good and the bad, hence
while the laig~eNl troma whed i j a. eoul and the loftine. wisdom of Ten (10) Dollars per day; anllother parts of ordinances in conflict here- the great popularity four
had s ffewa wasB re4ieed, si iSll n I t 8s. of thl forgive -by i shows, exhibitions or performances with be and the same are hereby re- parl popular.y o
the headaches and 110 I e0 au e im sha yoer -11 be steered to des- given for profit, (other than those pealed. parlor.
vay both from experteMse sad berie ~t haves at brihtses and peace, given In licensed theatres) shall pay Paseed Sept. 27, 1905.
tioa that DUna's Kidae Pills are a rby &in arll nr yes Wse more a license tax of Tweaty-Flye (25) Approved Sept. 28, 1905.
Sable kidney remedy." my I all t amn Mhad baeen itth- Dcllars per day. Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS,
For sale by all dealers Pries f0t. ta t y I b aft e C t tere Theatres, or Opera Houases, shl C. MERRITT, Mayor. Ca
"t. Poster-Milburt Co, Rufo,have t gm e sma M pay a license tax o Oe0 Hndred. Clerk. Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
% T- sole asews for the ranted f waNW "M ytyw g jo *a (100) Dollars per anum. Variety
3tte. L -. y shows giving m sdei .l. tkestr l ral, or NOTICE. 140 S. Paloz Phon 999
member the ame-Da-an 1 perfo ac In placs. or Pesaola Fla, Sept. 28, 105. 140 SPPhone 999
te o otr. reems, adjolting, or *ow a ete with,. Notice ia hereby given that the co- ,


The Truth About Stoves
By Wit LargsW Maers of Stoves and Rawges i tie World
M ANTpeo lae bmee dncoiedibellev-. Recedvm ouar Expert Advice andUtenatuM
lac that stoves we cheap because of a will not put you under any obligation to buy
low price, wh-e experinmee prove We simply desire the opportua tyto give you the
them the moot expe v. evidence of the trewmedous superrity of "-Ca
A small price may be paid for a stov which la dr Steve aJnd Ragee., and leave the bumla
looks attractive it the eatalogi, which has decision entirely with you.
been described as perfect, but it is liable to * *
prove a very Osplenshe iramses for ten In order that "Garltamd oSte and Ram
chances to one, trouble wIl arise from this shall last. we make them of tlt very bes
stove In a month's time-ft may mot best or materials and employ the most expertworkma
cook properly, or it may consume fuel like a in the world.
locomotive. Then the material in the stove "Chrlud SterS med Rangms are durabl<
Itself may wear so poorly that at the end of a and handsome in appearance. They arehig!.!]
year or so it will have to be replaced. nickeled and each "G"arlamd" will last a lifetime
You never get something for nothing to this "Garlabr Stves and Ranges will not "bunr
world, and when you pay a small price for a out." but will heat and cook perfectly. and wil
stove, that price must cover the cost of material saie fuel. sa ,repgars., 'ds an vy,. .n momeey.
and labor, and include a reasonable profit. con We have local dealers who handle our stoves
sequently inferior cast-fron and steel, and the exclusively., in nearly every village. town a.:.
cheapest and most inexperlencedlabor. must city in the United States. You can exam n*
go into this seeminlylow-priced stove. "Garlandm" before vou buy. instead o.
Exper J'tove Ad me Free. after. You can satisfy your
We have opened an self that "GaCvland" ar
advice e Department," exactly as rrprcsente!
in charge of an expert There wt'e be no treizht
stoveman. simply to tell to pay on "Garlaad."
the people, absolutelyfra and the dealer win se
of.-ont, all about stoves. them up without charge
Aidthis expert will hon- If no dealer inyoul
estly advise you just town sells "C*aramm:6."
which stove or range or you decade to buy a
will best suit yourneeds. stove not in your lo, :
We also want those who dealer's stock. you c t
have lost money on the erajy the above advri
seemingly inexpensive tages. We will tak,, a
stove, to let us tell them special arrangement' -t
how they can save money 4t' that the stove you w.,it
by buying a "Garilnd," .-if will he i ivtrst to I
even if the first cost is a 0T and prop-erly st up rr i ,
little more than that of the for use in vour own hom..
cheap and unsatisfactory stove. The Written Guarantee of The
We want them to let us tell them about the Michigan Stove Company a,,:ompan .
advantages of "Garland" Stoves and Ranges, every stove. and protects you by t'e absolu'e
which always prove a good investment. guarantee that ev rv "Garland" is as repro-
We make a "Garlasd" to hit erry Moe meet, sented--Tre World's Best.
and have books accurately describing the differ
ent kinds. We could not afford to open this S-nd me frme of charge your
"Advice Department" or send out the valuable Stow B,,,ok on Ha.. iurn..r.
literature we do., free of charge, if "Garand" (i. Ran t an-j..
Steel Ra,g. O.o k xksa st., ,-.
Stove. and Rang, werenot distinctly superior Heating Storve. Owk Stoves.
to other makes; if the magnitude of ctr opera- Alqo xyr F pwrt Stove Advice
tions did not make it possible for us to sell them timof charge.
at reasonable prices, and if our reputation and Kind of Stove Wanted...... ....
methods of doing business did not insure lind of Fueled ............ 49
absolute satisfaction. My Stov, Dler's .Nam is (
If you are considering the purchase .....................................................
of a stove of range, cut out this coupon, M ie is.........................
check (this way V) the kind of stove you are
interested in, manl ft to as today, and you will P.O. Address.......................................
promptly receive our Expert Advice as to just Ad. Mic AIvIe Dtrtment. Mch
The Mlchigan St.",sC companyy Detroit. lMch.
which stove is best suited to your needs, and LarsestMake"rof-tovemand.La n em theWorld
why. and our literature, free of charge.
i The Michigan Stove Company cuak
Larseet Maters of Stoves and ange** In the World



Don't Let


Yellow Fever

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

Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,

or with necessary preventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.



.,.HOOTON'S PHARMACY...
PHONE 1100
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.





Credit Buys Here

As Quickly as Cash.
Cornsm in and pick out what you want to make your home *
as bright and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy it while
you ase paying for it.
Rocking Chairs :'om ................................ ,1.23 to $20.00
Iron Beds ... .. .............................. . .$3.1.00 to $1000
Woven Wire Spr'angs, the sleep-easy kind, for................ .$250 So
Chairs ........................................... 75 cents to $4.00,
Odd Dressers frcm.......................................$.. 9.00 np

8MARSTON & QUINA,
1068110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, FUt


Fancy Groceries

We Are Still the Leaders.

Sol Cahn a Co.
The Pure Food The Store thirPeeds
Store. Phones 178 and 480 the People.




DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR


YELLOW


FEVER


At dBSM lt lyf r sfts a great dal of malaro a dls CbM
As a pMs pvrvntavn" try

1W [1-EIUR1A AND CHLL CUlI
S, CURE TO ST AY CURED.
s old at drug stores or at
LMi4 a C i I Gvermmt Street
A 4940- 0


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IP WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.


Leave Your Orders with Us for


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 94, 1805


AEw artsW


- U ;low


The Journals Classified Casn Advertisements


@u-eet'-a-sw e(Y b ~Ow ~eu.


No E~fMost taikon for fIestkN *5"0'


iP we; rates -j /


I ftALP WANTVg&


ape Imied bookkeepe- and o oe WANTED.-Mea andM boys wanted to
aB ~w employed desiring change, earn $5 day, after two months aIn-
waws geditat as chk *o 'mekt"Or suarett, p a guarantee Coyno
Refneas ArabbeLl. A4Ghea AL D., Broase. O Pambi Sheaols,I)ew fork,
Cas Jourwal. 1ft1W ClacLacstc O0, St. Loais, Mo. (Freo
We want the public to remas berat atalogue.) octly
wa amfak at r ai d td WMrTMi-Aa Atealligelt person may
3a nan-- t at, SM-i -Isv ieg arn $10 to U weedy Ir snare
a m on andpoue aer thanA sYl time Cofor ewspa rs;
ta am I n Pemm.Is. W e s s & l ew re InRen r.,
wW awe M. O W. Pry7r *b0L No raF asm tcatia. Lockport
OL KN. .Y. 300t


WAXlW.-W* cn comm ii WAI NTM--SyChicago anutactar-
bw guests at m pti eimaan..ImHOUpermomof mtwthymas
b"&; CmmsteOld&ad -W&Panotetmwm odInsu
tin* =@Wetras Ad nF.D an mIasslt in wsb m. salary
meilso bussa Visfta, V&e$18P&M UNGkIY. PMaaagt tion.
No Ivastostve@Wmd.Previous ex-
no 24 bu mosomasgorAddress, UhewIbums~m o
(am or v ) SbeOft 04"Y "d 1ec* b~,Cmeicaga.W
~mONSUMutr; exesmeEmsey &&-
mms. rkplessamt; positionper- WANTM.--P'WNs be i ofcarpec-
inmt W11teat mm0bfor M pazC-ti-ters, PlasM _rftf as PNNo. 779,
ubm ad sedmsaif-addremed en-lor early to UML sbaskbusiness
I op.ThOrns J. Cooper & Co, 1UMagent, re 1. ON Armory building.
ls Sqt., ChIing., mRw.-2-so~a


XIX 1 U& HUAL atreatba SaMaS
On& dewoators. Plse vanurItr
asm nakiag Sign pa'atIng a 1ape
cbtr. Residemoe phoae 240. S9ag.
WANTED-To buy a a eood mad
mea about X 18 t % msumwe.
mOas. P. 0. Bok 3L 13oettIw
DO TO U M toy bw or seB &amtMg?
A mIo wem as4 wa bing wmelt



3NL AMesa & Wh te4 33. M.


llM at Cofee may be Iitateid
wa t -be Seel4.t New Orleans
Geery Co. J3. McHugh, Prep.

WAN U -B-Tbe pubic tiUt
w are pOseer Cole Roasters of
JeLs McMul Prop. auga
WATI-t1 e Mearetsata Tsteup
Co wants your moving and basulng.
A& breakage garateed. T. B. The
Of Prep. Pho-e t7. L 18fmelam


We waa ewewrby s to kno that we
an Wksmsal aMA reaUwl as MA
stil e. tbe old stand. New Orioan-
Ornway Co, 3m. MeI~ugh Prep.
&MGM-.
A. IL WompAM "wmef yowr mwwo
sa" bmsft& asgwmmenows abree
aiw Naome 6
WAXMi-?e m eletric work ot &a
N&6& LA& wuslosan yorow aas.rm
W& TOW 4LiinMGdo Yer WUU& st-


WANW .-ote cokeoe-re ed bo te
cook Is a sm bhetea, nd aftry;
answer quick, for Chtpley Hotel, Chlp-
ley, Fla. 19at.
WANTED.-All youeg parw s wno
ar*e -o atm. er book-.
beins .at Sae amsesm or
promotion to r-tistr so h im-
diately. We can secure you good poa
Itms We are haveg more calls
daDU than we ca os V. It will cost
you not to r tr with us. Mex
SMto, The Mobile
Badiness Ceeg Ne. 6464 N. Royal
9t., Mobll Alah lag g*


BARGAINS IN


&AL ESATES 10r I m Houso on North Hill. .&o
1715 North Baylen.............. 40
3 bouses (new) renting $21.00 per 304 North Spring .............. 25
m.onth. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$-.S0. 21 WOet Romana............. 17
wo 3 r .om houses, reattig 806 North DeVillier.......... 17
per va.th P" !,23 B lt h.. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1107 Bt Cervantes.......... 15
4 room house west Romana :0.00 314 East Strong................... 15
I238 West Government......... 15
For Rent. 1126 East LaRua............ 12
310 East Romana............. 12
Sroom house, 916 E. Strong... .-50 south DeVillier.......... 10
Sroom house, 9 Stong... omana............ 10


to those desiring to sell or
buy, rent or lease property,
borrow or lead money.

Have several customers want-
ing homes and investments.

Don't put it off but see us
today.


00 Un r TWT A


5 room house, 413 GullUemard 10.00 L. . DK VV 'I1 (
Sroom house, 40 Gtllemard. 1 ee our board for bargains in retU Office Second Floor Thn*len


Lit your real etate with me ter estate.


REatE collected sad prompt returns


LESLIE E. BR9QKS


Money to lend at the lowest
rate of interest.


FISHER


market 200 ldots For Sal


Weekly Payme
ftC AA A L.


Real Estate Agency No Taxes! No Int
YELLOW FEVER NURL -
LLR South Palafox Street, Thos. Peble
Mrs. J. J. Rogers has aursed yellow PHONE 87.
fever very succeesaflly though se -- .. Office Cor. Romana aul Palaf
Irawl epidemics ot the past, both in Phon 669.
iSMol and New Orlesan, and ow SALE Po 59.
ofers her services to s r iavlrln .. ..--.


a traind yetow ever numrs. Ca
ber at 1408 ast Geadedn or phone IS
-4 rlang lsowtm


<

JUST RKV -fse bmmt or
imported Owve OIL 318bi hy ptM,
umlloa or larger quantity. G. Mor.s
& Co., ahtp chanadle ama& oegs tol
Smf PalatO. 40et.


amPozw MUAT imiwsm q1"
ma bbw mbm N- n a Woete
2t fiea "esb am& es 1p. a
M~mA .Phm fINAlm
MDR BWZL-4am Florhda840a oA1W
ft ie 1A"mmd urff Pr f Us m a
V&CZ Flxtm at a&lUcrlWPwMs
mAmubItby Mp~o Sbta 4AS
LkCompany of CiudusaM. OUL
CommUmicafewt VUmo fw rk" 1meau
Wrus beforebuying e,*sM Shat-Sm
lit Moral^ Puamla, Dim
2$juue.


Do you value your bamtl U It a,
use our pue Bleed of CbOA -Dower"
aad "Schly. New Orlean Gfidgm
ICo., Jas. McHugh Prqp aag a
We have beft with ie aI Paamsse
a since 1874, and still late to sta
with Yon aM smrve e" w" 6h bt
of groceries at Iewan az-r.
ket pritos. New Orsas QgegNry
Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. us"
FOR WAL-Oe let Oft s"
casee. speuelly *adte4 or wal-
Itnery purposes or for drug mtore;
also one lot of counters a flee
PrF ek plat& aSIMs afirr% A L


Sto em worryle. 1L The ijouf
WMt Ads SA&Wle vbg e mtOm m a aeue ffmtuwge
Sa d the maw ou StMer eks g for I o- & ILVb 6ON688 46 O n
he is aas Se I- I so S ar a 0.00
eoplewhica amaes the populatPam gc A -O e o
SO- eC *the ridge east of the electrIe
WANTED-The public to how thatt rilway, between 7th and 8th starts.
PLtO WATMv w0 1m ( i '. Nature has favored t eees a" it
pauitau Stmach and liver troubles. ot be A. Clb.
For sale. whelatme and reail, by,
JaDme Moieug. ecU2.! PLUTO WATER-Cures Constipation,
Liver and Stomach troubles. For
sale, wholesale and retail by Jbe. Mc-
..... J. Hugh. oetl3.


AS A PREVENTIVE try Lawis' Aa-
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur,-s
to stay cured. It s a od toa. a
good liver regulater. Yes oma it at
this time of the year. On sale at a:i
dragists. or at Lwlis & CO, Iast


FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
old Berksbire herd toar. Duke g f
Florida, No. 68.,93. Also some fine
young pigs. 1 six-montns-old boa", all
registered and transferred. Carl Set.
tartlind Chinlev. Fla. 1,81,


&E& UfJLY
Government street. Price, I j.
la0iLs. FOR SALE---Beautiful blook in New
UrULA t MAIL L UN--Go-ad avTy- City. Twect No. 313. Ftr casM a60}.
anee for trave.li puaits. Dafty se. Aply to A. M. MMillan, Court House.
vice each way. Prom Chipley to Bay. laug
be& d AddrM J. I. T Ykil ..i


OR BSAIjf-OSOasOOAn4 caSa regis-
Itr la perfect eoadtioa. Will ,lI
each or e. timea A rea bargain. Can
be sea at Jamt McHuAh'a 22mca
GROW GINSENG. Large proats.
RBom I your garden. Roots War sale.
WuMe today tor literature. Bukna
ba's Ginseng Gakden. ZanesviU% .
It1 toa


DIR.C TOR Y
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meettag of thia
body on the fist ad third Medmse
days of each mouth at 1:2 p. a. An
delsats ar*e r a*ee to be prtw
eaL Z. ROB T3,
W. L DULAY. ProliuL


FOR SAL--fine Horses and Mules Secretary.
for sale at all times. Turpentine
operators' wants given special atten- LMM Ma & K. of P..
U1am. CaC Oa or address DHlon & meets every ModOaW eeamlg at 7:30
Penmel, Mariaa, Pla. sactim *'ol at thr Cafte Mali, h ems
Watson ball& e&wner Pala ft a
WANTEZD.--- m to know that you caaX G2, rdL e b re e
buy nic, Clea old papers at his welm1
o-.ee cheap. .IL U u i mW 0. .
M LB. xI at I


POR SALE.
ALL FOR $1.0 -10 Ibs. Granulated.
Bagar, pound Our Own 0 cts.
keadiTd 'ea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
be Powder, this powder is equal to
Royal that costs you 50 cents jer
pcund. New Orleans Grocery Co.
11oct.


-owTo LID.-O& m W54 M


MONEY !,OAMN e04aWW5M4 &U
big&ds peronal propert?. psablie
WNW a mutwa. Wham you -p
gw. afta& J. A. W~lma 2SW.
QWVDN v fgm mwlabm bull dim4

MOjtZ1 LO&MAP L o 004l gom eodfus.
sale ~ seem&

MONET LOA Von ad kiada of per.
saw ptopei an eshot ntdes
Tirm" ~e. .I W. bwta,& tupetairs
38A South P&lafox St-, PhOn,* 114

UINUMITED SAaW@IG of monfoy to los
*a &a Rhkas Of prsega prop....
*00ohAw ramstos Dbeam**as ws On jar*..
ncam Tb* NW Ol LS& O. 24

Sashman's PwSe


402 S. PALAPOX ST.
MQSI TO LOAA. UN AAMONL'A
Watceas. Cotaa. Ring& aLd all siat A
ot oateratl security at lowent raie vr
interesLt Bsgalas ina 1unreuetu<
led-la.


FOR RNT I
- r- v w j


Ratbbous Loftge H.
30 ML of P.. seemesery
4~ Thurgmay evaming a* 8:06
O'slckwk la dr ONO
hbat, shut "e. namat.s
Weteos building.mthk-
woo corner Feiafor and
Sardem treets tVjdZg tla;haIW Ve
cordlaihwe~kftw4
a a. CURUT, 0. C
C. 3.LevAY, xoatIL 6a


*eorgia, fedr. -d Alaoama Aai way ieo.
4tar Shejd, i nl fit1& jj'M t6,1' 13.
S Schedule Cajiag iffeci May 6, 19.) JS.


Southbound


No. 1


No. 3


Sunday
only
No. 5


Lv Atlanta (C. cf Ga. Ry)....12: 20a 7:5 m ........ ......
Lv Macon (C. ofGa. Ry.) 3:45&a.m 11:35a.m ........ .......
Lv Cuthbert. ......... 7:50a.m 4 .sp, ........ ........
Lv ArliKito .. .... ...... 9:10a.m 5 :)p m ........ ........
Lv Bainbridge.. .. .. ....11:00a.m 6:5p.m 6:20am ........
Ar Tallahassee.. .. .......12:55p.m S:40p.m 8 :(3a m .


Lv Tallahassee (8. A. L Iy) 1:53p m
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m


4(): .5. ...a.


Sundy
only
Nali


o ( Lv TallahS.. .. ..... 2:00p.m 8 -)am S13 -am ni
S' Lv Scenoppy...... ....3:14p.m 1If ) ,a.m :"'9a.m 9 3,;p-.
,w..,.. Lv Lanark............ 3:45p.m 10: 15a.m 10:05a.n. 10: ,;p.mrn
uiling. Lv Carrabelle............ 4:00p.m ........ 10:l:a.ma l: :,p.m
-__ : Ar Apalachicola .. .. .... 7:00p ........ ........
Northbound Sunday Sunday
L Northbound only only
No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Lv Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 6:30a.m ........ ... .. .
Lv Carrabelle ... ....11:30&.m 2:00p.m 6:00p.m 4:306ag
t Lv Lanark...... ..... 11:45a.m 2 2p.m *6-4p.m 4 -'am
IS !10p "" 06 :-1 4: F: " --- .a.m
Lv SopchoppY...........12:lEp.m 3:1p.r 7"lpm 5 la .T
Ar Tallahassee.. .. .. .... l1:30p.m 5:O0p.z. -:33p m 6 ::2'.a.
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
;A TPalla asse(.(S.A.L.Ry.).. :10p.: 10:0 ).111m ........ ........
rOt! Lv Tallahassee.. .. .. .... 3:25p.m 6:35a.m : 4. p.m t; ;;.a.m.
Lv Balnbridge.. ........ 5:25p.m 8:27a.m Ar 10:5pm R:27&ra
7 Ar Arlington.. ... T:25p.m 10-la.m ........ 10:16a.an
S L Cathbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11: 55a.m ........ Ar11 :35a.t
ox St-. Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7: 15p.m ........ 7:55a.m


NOTICE::-Trains Nee. 5 and 0 will depart from, and arrive at, foot
of Shetwell Street, BrainbrWdg&.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Balabidge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
CN salea the offlee of the Caltahan Qcery Company.
*Train No. 8 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEGG, fR. C. SNIPS% E. 0. ALSTON,
General Manager. Trav. Paw. A1t. Gen'l Pasa. Agt.
Tallaha.e. Fla.


ProwleMIW BiDrectoay. Al5VlLE ITRRL HWAUTE R R

PATTILLO CAMPB.3LL "
Attorney t-Law.
IRoom 4 TMan BuMlWn

TH OL P W I,
LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOAlt AND'
COLLt ACTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
PHONE MiL

JP. STOKES,
Atltn r yamdCoua seIto Law
t East Government nst.eL
Generm Law PraeMse.

-w ~a % masaa M r


Knights 49 Coftwbmbua,#&6K

,meetings of the, ATTORNRY-AY.LAW,
areIel Otther hltRoom 00Twaesmw t LPheus 7" THROUGH SERVICE
No. 8 Weet Itacmdew v
el 4ts m LS &$MTH, L6NqE.&tKHnd C.&LL
Iffe~ar "o%, W LS124 SMTHt9bulod through Traints5.
7:10 bo ez D NTWT& HOU VILL TO CHIC= 2
to vNsB. JONghtS. Fidw Building, SWOY South. alfes TMO S 8LINIS To CN6C8
J01* B.JON9. eWOCAM4956RW* ALL WUL* EN Inur
3DM. "Ox Gra Int Wi L K 55.WUA.5.,G. F A- L LtneiS.4m A*.
ecrr.PHOF4EL52.8 I N& Ot AW*MTOO


Penmel* Le ro= 4. L 0. 0 PP
Pensacola Ilode No. 4, . r ..
meet every Thureday evenng at T:3
at the sew hall o West fmiW,
reet. Villttgs brethre eardiwt'
invited. T. STINSON,
B. R WITKOVWSI, seretay.
REIBKAH S"aS ERa
Naomi Lo0 1 SNo. debekaha ,i.
ters Fleets evry M 4Afty sibght
I o'clock is L 0 0. F. a. Vie
itirg sisters cordilly invlt t
present. MR& 8. DeTHAYER.
MISS MAMIE IPRI MAN Secretary.
M. Z. B. A. No. 81 meets first aM
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
,m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West lntoe
denci Street.


J. L. SW-CNFY


A. O PILA Pre.
lee.


W.O.W.
ULive Oak Cautp No. 1. W. 0 W
mset.q in Pythian Hah It and Srr
%Ve9mnemdays? in each month. Visitla
%overeigna cmodially invlted.
F A iOMHVflir'H C t


I 7 57. Pensacola Electric Co, la. 4maeh FOR SALU.-My resldeace on East FUR RENT-A five-room cottage, LESLIE F BROO' Cerk.
aer tateadeRdia ad ar atmaet Hill, either including Vle bloa. 1105. Cervantes. 2 blocks from car.
lm. I REAL sTA twenty lots 40x1371-2 nfeet e or gas, bath and screened. No. W C Oak Grve o.
1 AL MSTATE S l ipartsat e .iquartert block of five lots a ApplyA y to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware O. W C., Oak Grve, No. 4,
PART-M wo want to. re an 1'sa To oubuy the groM.d and we w oc Thi3e .... Dept., Forhes' Store. 13oct1moo Woorimen Circle meets last Thursday
~or nythi el t" teaM *yo ar b oue t a long tan e mlr- my fficeThulis C W. a ita for furta- of each mrnth at 3:30 p m.. 3rd dor
The Journal Wan ments D. Hale Wilson & O~r rticulars. C. W. Hagerma. FOR RENT.-wo-story house, 501 W. Watson building. outhwet cormer
Aeow. a illAndtreetralroo0 24,augm. 1M alafox and Garden streets Visiting
S a eaTAILORIM- U Dame s C'ase street, ten rooms*and kitchen ,.overeigns cordially lfav%*4. Mrs. W.
WANKTD-Oers for The Journal. Gent's clothing cl aned, ? presd and 00 TO TURTON for all A with ath an water osunection. A- A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,
sMal Pensacol and Panama Canal Tepaed a shat anoUca No. 11 Cameras loaded and unioad04 tC* nly., ph 5 c Guardian.
sa10. which will shortly appear. West Oovernmeat nt.. PAensa"oa. V t chrne He makes b*e e eo F .I
WW dotaia balf-toue pictures ofc ity. Ide ,t l b i oI y alSS* OR R T-R lyte o 0
bareor and special scenes. 16 ee nts.. a; 1p iaed by Pr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
oar4eos at Jrsi al *Bta Keep your system in good condition LR"a street Apply to R. M. Cry,
__ ,and you need not fear any disease FR SAIA.-ShtgletS adt W"- ,. 43 8. PFlatO street. 7juaoe sHIGT AND ARN MRAL MILLI
WANTzD--Seoond-nand Cora. Oat Pluto, the great stomach healer, f sale. Apply to C. L. Cretghton*j U. M. ONALM & 00. Props
Sd a i seeot rOft a le. wholesale u retail, by Jas M~l just west of Muscogee whar ManUet s
F.L Mellos & Co. m0 m arc.la h CHOICEE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
SA L .. + + FOR ALE. SA South ock 211. WANTEC.-My M iAtrons to know tha STOCK FEE
LOST IALL FO 1R $1-n lba. o -u ra fn i7 4 f eet on Bay V Pa 13 street. by my acbol wtl open at the same Bu ouqr meat and stock feod from
S--"ga. 1 m ond Our Own Freshly,3. 37 half of block V2; f nPark; also place as heretofore, as soon as the ye! -ls, home manufacturer, encouraslut
.. ... ha B Prea mocha and Java CQO I lb. -southh 1to b 1Trting 400 low r ever situation will permit. Mis s ow industry. cotribute to bomoe
LOST-Lok wb it Id. Aldernay Baking Powder, this Powder ofet n 14th StL by 1371 fet 4 l Bay ttle HHoene 4p4ut. abor, and laste your nabtey to your
hearn shape flnder will please re- equal to Royal that cost o View Park. T oly pzoer* oln- aor. and l y I
taut to Sol Cahn & Co 12oc:4t cts. per pound. New Orleans doc ing Bay View Park that is now for Ity
LOT-- .- .- C.. I toct sale. The beautiful view Qwna the. .
OaST-Chan of ob ean shaped bayou and down the ba af ever be L-
sma!' damond onB front, ilatis A. m abSrued. A. V. Clubbs 30y N O T I C L WR-iG T A fc
V. on* !'ack Retu &d receive Ba- r M -V ,M N T | 1 VP I 1 ^ f I w BeW IGHT Cu
reward at Journal Office, or 710.....NOR SAL-1-rom louse -eorn. .
reward. f ba Journal Ordsce, ora3WWANTED-s few boarded &t318 l QR SAlA-1room ar A ., .... Manufacturers of
Greo. 1ct Be mont." loct wks* lt 3 bk*s .ro.Pa ...a OldStC. FO. and Dealers in
LOT -White setter bitch, with black areof LUMBER LATHS. SAWED C.fPRESS
apots; she is short and stumpy. WANTED.-O, e or two roomers; ae at J an. s.W iNLS AND KIkN-
law seen ten days ago. Reward for referred. Apply or address No. 17 W OMN" AP |I
turn to Jno. Cary Whiting, tax col- W. IARua, c.iy. Soctlm*
lector. oct. FOR SALI.-Comic "taageomyla" po-. V4 d ail
wBAT HOTmg-&pa algt a ay. tWl cards for sale at White's Re.- XAbEX M A
LOST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near- erNea plea9 enmgs agt w 4 taurant, two for Ive cents. O *tside J. I POTM. mauta. 716 aoum
ly grown. Liberal reward for re- Cleanm. Transuiea~e 4e hataL g. orders will not be i nlests e ash A~ .at-efw%' ,bb.left Palo# atbeaL efa tasma or
,uin to Ben D. Beers, at Wi. Johon &= govithW palez&. Jos. & 3 ial and postage companies orde Qr. 2 a, -etle h rvIea 814. t awbinga. camp sad aese
I der quick.PMSACOLA 48L VAM "*OWlmata f.


DR. JNO. A. TILLER,
Doatlst.
Room kS Brent Building. Pfmne, M

WL D6 HOWE,
Attory and Counellorat Law
401 Thiesn Building.


# TERSELY TOLD
* BUSINESS


LOCAL&.


THE


SHORT LINE


Caforuia and Northwest
via
Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kansas
City is the

Union Paoific
and connections, with through sleafa
eamr.


ien^rtz ACarpenter M f8 Oae-way colonist rates on sale from
Tension & Catr s r i framat September 15th to October 31st. IMS
estimates on building and paiatlg To California. Oregon. Waslanstam
and give persoal ttentlm to worl. Montana, Utah, etc.
9 ets. strong, and 824 Ea Ihm Special round trip rates to Callfoe.
*streetssa ad the Lewis & Clark ]Uzposi
McKinsie OerUnSg f Co., wholesale tlon at Portland, Oregon, until Seli.
and retail ship cand'wrs and =roeerU, mber 28th.
the only fI-st-cla5s youse of the kwnd Ask for through rate from yoMr
nt Pensacola. Fair b '-m to all station and secure literature. In.
formation freely given.
Why use inferior paper, wn yeU J. J. VAN REN9SBLAW~
caa buy Kelso Bond. F1nch Dimity. General Agent,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bind at C V. 13 Peachtree St, Atlanta, Ga
Thompson's. L Palaft. W. V.Y, T. P. A.
PLUTOI PLUT01 -
*-Keep your system in eMa onad m t a
and you need aot fear say disease. r *
Pluto. the great. stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Ja.
McHugh. -S, A -. -- # .-


tlis Mb.NAAt. kwskdM I*
specIalt ad yew b064f


VWa
wim
WI'.


--------- ...--- .-------*
* 0
* WHERE IT 17 TO FOUND. 6
0 The Peaseoea Jeslb am
0 male at the following place tI
* the city:
* eay Hotek.
t coo v eoo k SMs. 0
f# Depot Nwm Stand
0 Sews -ook StMoo 0
X Me W ants Hetil.
SSeuler Hofte l.
* Thempeo's SDok Poen. S

0 Walk sek t.SUtm S
*

NICE FRESH OYSTERS ON THE
HALF SHELL DAILY AT NICK
AOSTLL


WI JAwM. I 5


W. 4L SAAROW, MasWer
ilIRE 1-CLASS i'imao,)k &,hiuj
MIGHT a'CkVICU
-Betvwemp-


AMD


pMtgACOLA, MOBIL E. APALA~*g
OOLA. CARRASILLi4 ST. A.
OSEWS. MILLVILL&
And aa Sint t. AaSdrLA -h
Carrabe'1e and Ap4e'.s
SCHEDULE
Lease Pensacola Seuta,. 8:30
* for Mobil" Ala
Leave Pensacola, Taued 8:2M .
R. for SL Andiews, MillvI.ie, A%..
laceicola, CarrabeUe andi lntowe4lm
points.
For _dditioli intormatle* 4ppy a.
J. R. SAUNDMRS.
i IR Cons, PveAk
Gem PitL and Pama. Agi


MICE FRESH OYSTERS ON THI


HALF SHELL
APOSTLEL


DAILY AT NPO


SOME NICE HOUSES FOR'L. S. BROWN & Co
DrU~bT Ofe'XetoaT(b Inducement


It's Unfair to


Drag Your Family

am r j from pllar to post every year, If you're a rter.
looking up a new location, when you can just as easlTy


Put Your Rent Money

Into a Home of Your Own.


It's ill in the starting. We start you light. We've
started others. Better call .n and talk the matter OTVt
with as, or wrue for iptop,- ig.


Pensacola Investment Co.


L. U. nU*SI T-Mu. WOft r. K30WLUB Oft Tinr.
o M~ I&dW mwm-
1SM *ad&PskdK 5tn~e Pea eeia. Florlda.


4.1 mon


t,,.


WANTED


WOL 4plmwwvu
mommm-m-mov
walmov-


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9- THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1905


A Dollar's Worth for a SI


The


Swellest

Men In


New York and


Pensacola


are wearing Har'. Schaff-
ner & Marx tail,,r made
Clothing for n;<.n JusL
walk right into a sJit of
your own liking and th material, fit anc' workman-
ship are guaranteed to be
all you're looking for to
make your attire fault-
leB.


ne


Jdm WhiteStore I
specialist ,in Men's Wear j
205207 S. PaWox.
Phae 225.
fl 0 i1


INSTRUCTIONS


TO FUMIGATION


CORPS


Work Will Be Thorough in Every
Respect, and Will Be Under
Ors. Kennedy and
D'Alemrbrte.


ADULTERATED

STOCK FOOD

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
ISSUES WARNING AGAINST
DANGEROUS MIXTURE.


The following circular, which Is
self-explanatory has been received
from Hor.. B. E. McLin, Commlssiouer
of Agriculture:
Editor Pensacola Journal:
I desire to call the attention of man-
ufacturers, dealers, and especially
consumers of stock feed to the follox-
ing extracts from a bulletin issued
by the Experdnient Station of th1
State of Wisconsin.
"Your attention is cal:,d to the to


fact that he Experimen Station has
.*, ,,0 .. Portr recently found at different points ii
4. I.*.... .. r Port yst:the State feeding stuffs grossly adul-
di,' --:e 1 )r-.KI n- K' -,t rated with rice hulls.
n. :. a- A. t. .: arc n "Rice Hulls contain 40 per cent of
.-r a ( i ,... o;, .n n.m ,ody fiber, and from 15 to 20 per
I ,,< :a : "th c ent silica or sand. Worse than this,
the edges of the hulls carry sharp
Po' r r "1 " orce -i
fit- 4 .. orce barbs which irritate the stomach and
r.--aot- ,, ..... t-, .;.,x incret.s- intestines of the animals, and when
(.1i. and th r..r. C :, .. fed in quantity the hulls may- kill te
er.-d. o -..... s-,animals to which they are fed. RI
creation as ,. ,- .jmin:',;.tn of r Hulls are, therefore, not only worth-
donr" l, .. .. h ess. but even dangerous to the lives
In a l. ai 'he ltinu,-ing corps. of horses and cattle."
wIll al. a : Anspcto-s. and 'i: The above is applicable in Florida
see itna, c-ai. a w a,, lpools ,, as well as in Wisconsin. I hope our
the sa:ne t"e if: a- .iany (if the hoiie.- dealers will have sufficient interest
which. the. 11. in the welfare of their customers, not
The Instructions. ; purchase stock feeds adulterated
Dr- -Portes , 'o Tr-. Kennedy with rice hulls or chaff. Consumers
lnd n. 'T .. o will do well to know what theirstock
and sacait n F a., 1. llot.1 foods are compounded from. See to
'.s... al.- ', 1.. ai that each package states on a tag
Doctors Mallr' Kte'no and Cli 11 ,. i -- _.-t


ton D'Aleml),oe.. In Charge of (h,
SSt'reenins and Piumigating Corps.
.....* ^-Dear Doe:ors- The effo'T is to I
S| r aph made to rid the v r.t Pfenaccla oi"
T Inn I n I i Ca. --- yellow fever nf *. :I n (,,Ui: e,. an
99- 1 1 E -llll f V k ha1 s been *lJt ,:.i.i-o to fiumieRa'-
W BeUI4paMe Ah t N.Y 1 all house- in w( f oq Wv,.1:-
soever kind and Idescrlption has bt.',
reported either ) pir s ciins or )*
C A the city san.tar insn, c;ors wl.,'n
E alrine IPtdrD U i making their usiial roui.,l-. In aIldi-
-BeV d3leI o.e tion to this work .s-reeni:g and funi-
g. eating rooms and houses Aw we new,
V. J. VIDAL Maagr. cases of yellow fever are reported
tor la will be vigorously push 1. In fumi-
gating houses where yellow fever
II a" md FUaM Crm tmLsc. cases are reported from you will pay,
e;pe"ial attention to the sick room,
Fmo f 't .Smm"IMm. and whenever in ytur iudigiment it is,
W h edhINu. iS11tm00- possible to carefully n,)ve tl.e pq-
tient by taking him or her up bodily
Phnoe 725. and moving to another room, intil
Just received-Mackerel, Spare Rib. the Fick bedroom is priperiy f!nmi-
Stolled Boneless Cornel Beef, Cod,gated and all iosqui'oes therein
'1ah, New Raisins, Herring in Keg.;killed, you will do so. usinh yvur ownv
DOred Herring, Black Olives, SalgoQd judgement and professi.onal
Nymph Cod Plsh, Hallibut, Bloaters. knowledge if conditions. w:h ( due r
Spanish Onions, Olives in Keg, Dill1gard of coi.se to life ani physi(.al
Pickles, Black Greek Olives, Sauer; detriment.
Krat,. Sowre Pickles. Francis Leggettj You will pl- ae immediately organ-
& Co.'s C(leo'rated Brand of Canned ize an additional corps of funiigate;rs-
Goods, Asparagus and Tips. Lobsters, of one hundrel men, andi procure'
Salmon, Shrimp. OvFrers. Clams. Im- Such neetifial pots and wa:er pans Oi
Iorted Sardines. 1valian Cheese, Ital- may be nf'9esrary to spe .ily acemnt,-
fit Paste. Spanish Canned Goods, polish the plan o'lined. I suggest to
White Beans, Red Beans, Butter you froin your Corps of already or.:an-
lBean. Everything new and fresh. ized fumigators you select -uch won
Nos. 604, 606, 60S S. Palafox SL as bave bheer well in-triieted in the
S work, and make thcin .i-oremen ef
S .____ ____ each squad of five. ir orI-r t hat do-
__ lays may be prevented and as little
friction with the nuilic may also b
f m s obviated. In addit ion to fumiga:in-g
b houses where cases of "fever" have
l rr ,IO l occurred d::rin he PasT twntv day.;.
a. O and hcuses where :,e!'nw fever cases
i the pl'cr to send our clothe. to be have been repor cd from .You wi'l
| yed. Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired. direct your" unm;iaton to :-ueh ho...
y are now in a position to handle in the immediate v.cinity as may :in
S rt work more eicin:ly than ever your juedgrt- t require proitecive ani
preventive i.cSultres di:rcted against,
L REESE ~ pos.-i',le yellow fever nfo-quitoes,.
E --. REE E, As I shall require a detailed s;ate.
Pheme 675. Proprietor. ment each even:ng of the number of
No. 11 North Palafox Strt hbou:ses wkh namos, of occupants, anid
the:r location in the Ciy-. where fmim -
,m- -I rgation each day has been done, you i
are authorized to cutplov a clerk at a
TF. M. WiLLAMSL.D, e per diem not to excited Sl1.30 for suc .
IONTRAC OR AND BUlDER, I time as may be required.
SOPce, Brosnaham building, nit I wish to impress upon you boh
ompt atterton alwaysgen evc:,, ..: of administraton and
Sb s P l. carerfulness. of txeution, that tii:me
"may be taken to do pasting and where
necessary s:ieen.n- and that suffi-
l I c :i(-nm quantity of sulphur is isei p.-r
IV l N lTIO thousand cu'ic feet of air surface to
lllRemovalI Noti UU completely kill all mosquitoes which
rna' be in the apartment.
SIf owners of houses e'ect to IIeI
Ip-rethrum powdt-r instead of u'phtr
0. October If1. I will move my stock r' mawnermitdo s 'uc tof e tPa
t groce-_s and f.eld stuff from co:t- ,u may permit such to be used. ath
ser 10th Al t and 14th streets, to T":, epen of the pTson mak-ngi tb
..ore with thiv 61m from on :orne ,'?q-:- st. but 'on will to it, That
Dare wis anth d lt ee n corner aann aple quant.'- of the powder 7-
-i- a .." y "r s "",. ._'ulrletl to the en., that mosqtuitoe-
W ill keep a fu;l and compn lete stock "i ...le.. aI ot IucA
y and si-le grocery,. and fe.t-I, 'a be il leod an I tot stuh"a, ni
ta Y. Thanking my friends and cus-1 a""h apar m-- t .i ,-u.nai hs
d-s, M for past fator. I re.pectfulv; ,ktl a;Ialmt.t 1.' shall a'e wert i u
lod get pric.ms he where. ut l wei;,hts and measures a-.. *Y ,
ras mn t Oe your orders ,t' tlC plah1%. w. itl On the tinvtp'.-
i (cntainine the niosquitoes.
It is expected that the furn';a< '-n I
cr'lined herein, wi'l be c-ompleed
PC M W /i .:bihin the month, and I tiust r:i<:
1 m m on wll ssy that su'h i'. aceomp:t;n i
C"""" ---- '.hanks of the Slate of Fo i ad
ITLI AA ATIfl the dt-oerve- crimmenda '.on of y :': I
AG* WIATMU own citizens.
VANICE' HALL. NORTH OF ASHE- V- : '.!. I
VlLE. NC. C., COOL, HEALTHY. EX- JOS. Y PORTER.
CLIENT TABLE, ADDRESS State Health Officer.
VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C.
O*1' Read The Journal's Want Columns.


,, .at it is- made ironic, or refuse to
i :e i7. I am preparing a circular on
his .. su ect for distribution.
B. E. McLIN,
Comnmiloner of Agriculture.

PRAISE FOR THE
FUMIGATING FORCE


TURPENTINE STILLS. HIPPiI6 NE WS
McMillan Bros. C. 11
Manufacturers,
M OBILE, ALABAMA. VES"FLS i .T.


SMARK ITS ICimbria. Dan ss. laLu. tii. Ifainmhu;:


-- Br. :Sto. '-re M:a
Naval Storea Malkt. "t. ........


Savannah, Ga. Oct. 13.-The naval


01. (j* c( n,.O


tiE-. 20lI''lieitias froi":
tu1-iglctito in I"0.Iliowtt


stores :arKet close to-day ns fol- Harold Nor ss. 1435, Aos, London.
lows: Ka'itnl-Nrch i, )il3'5l ssM l'o, 'klx, rt,
W W .......................... 5 65 ];;,4 Gull;:ort to ; \W S. Kcy.(-r 'o.
WG ......................550
G .... .... .. ........ .. 5 0 13r. ss. L.a .elia, Watson, VerraCruz
" .. ..... ... h. ; m., r & C 1.13.
At .. .. .. .... .. ..... .. ... 5 10 11 ; ss a ,l i ,, P a hne r, fro m V era
. ............................. Cruz. to Wxv. S. Keys'.r & Co.
S......................... 8 Pecklingit on, Br ss, Vtia te, 8S5, Gal-
a......................... 4v80t A r &
' .4 ". Yvston to .1. A. Merrit, & Co.
S...... .. .......... ...... *t Tugela. HB s-, Lacock, 2148, Vera
F .. .. .. ....................4 70
..... *. C-ruz to H. Baars & Co.
E.. .. .. .. .. .. .............4 30u:
3.. T Vivina, Span s, Bustinza, 1988, Liv-
; ......................... 1 -rpool, tu Gulf Transit Co.
** *. *5* * ** ** **
Spirits Turpentine 69% cents. Ships.
---- Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
fTTm l men *o Master.
COU ITON Nor. ship Ilala. 1248, Andreusen,
The following cotton quotations are frum Leith, to Master.
reported for The Journal oaaily by C. I'l. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule,
Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker, from Rio Janerio to Rosasco Bros.
Pensacola, Fla.: Bar<
Good Middling...... .. .. ..99-16 Dharwar. Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
Sti ddling...... .....9 516 Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Mdn..." ".'..".............. 51 Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quail. from
Strict Low Mia'dllng......... 91-16 Iondon.
Stains and Tinges % to 1 cent lowei. Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
New York Quotations. Gloucester to orde:.
New Yer. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from
New Yorli, Oct. 13.-The following Hamburg.
are the ruling cotton quotations to- Nor bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. 1Patter-
day: sen, LaGuayra, Ke.ser & Co., 1268.
Open Close Noc. bk. East Craft 1248, Johnso'i
January.. .. .. .. .... 9.85 9.82 from Dublin to Master.
February...... .... ..10.00 9.9. Kosimos. Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227
December .... .. .. .. 9.75 9.73, Lodi)n


Livepool Quotations. -
Liverpool, Oct. 13.'-The following.
are the ruling cotton quotations today:
Open Close
Nov.-Dec............5.. .27 5.28
Dec.-Jan .. ..........5.31 5.32
-Tnn .U"h 91 r, a '>*


The fumigating force in the employ .......................
of the State Boar,] of Health is now
receiving some deserved praise for Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
the good work that is being accom- "Last year I had a very severe attack
polished in fumigating residences. of indigestion. I cold not sleep at
The residence of Dr. C. F. Marsh, bright and suffered most excruciating
which is a. large one, and which Is pains for three hours after each meal.
occupied by Lieut. Bryan, of the Rev- I was troubled this way for three
enue Cutter Penrose, was fumigated months when I used Chamberlain's
yesterday, and Lieut. Bryan state Stomach ahd Itver Tablets, and re-
last night that although Mrs. Brywn ceived immediate relief," says John
was quite ill she was not disturbed Dixon. Tullamore, Ontario, Canada.
in the least, and that the work was For sale by all druggists.
accomplished in a most thorough
manner.
W. M. Edwards. residing at the cr- A MAINE POCAHONTAS.
*- ',.f I..A'kson street and Eighth ---
avenue, is another who highly corn- She Saved Captala John Smilth'b Life
mended ''e vrk of the force which at Gardiner In 1614.
visi;e'l his place yesterday, and says The history of Captain John Smith
thal instead of being harshly criti- and his love affair with Pocahontas Is
rised. the fumigating force should be generally known by most everybody
praised for the gentlemanly mann.?r_-
prahilfor th' gendtlhemanlyveas-I who has made any study at all of the
in which theY conduct themselves. U i
history of this country, but very few
Sick headache is caused by a disor- know of Smith's other Pocahontas in
d(red c'rndition of the stomach ana' Maine.
-is qut.kly cured by Chamblerain's It was in 1614 that Captain John
Stomach and lit er Tablets. For sale Smith made a trip to what is now Gar-
,y all druggists. diner, and it was there this other Po-
eahontas Incident occurred. The Ca-
TO THE PUBLIC. bassas tribe of Indians were-presided
We will now be responsible for any over by a chief having headquarters at


ePbts contracted by any one in our
(Inploy as niarager or otherwise of
any of our markets.
W. L. MORGAN & BRO.


I The I


Fashionable Man

Need Not Forever


Be an


Extravagant Man
Wherever you go you will
see our clothes on Bank-
ers. Lawyers, Physicians,
Business Men-men who
have learned how to spend
money in a business-like
way and know the asset
value of good clothes.
You will. probably, be un-
able to distinguish those
we clothe from those who
still go to higher priced
tailors. It means, when
a man buys here: !M: nre
clothes per year for the
same expenditure or as
many clothes for much
less.
Fall Hats. Shoes and Furnish-
ings of all sorts at prices that
have never yet caused a feeling
of disappointment.


I. O. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297
Cor. Main and Palafi St


what is now Gardiner. then known as
Cabnssas, and who had a named Sebools, famed among her tribe
for her beauty and grace.
I She was. unfortunately, smitten at
once with the gallant captain. who was,
by the way, the first white man t) visit
these parts and who was received with
Great cordiality.
Smith had with him a lieutenant
named Hunt, who was of a quarrel-
some nature and disposition and prone
to mutiny. When the time party of whites to depart Hunt's muti-
nous spirit showed itself. and with a
small party of followers he left Smith,
going in an opposite direction. His par-
ty took with them as cnptives several
of the trile of the ('nhaissas.
The chief, ednsidering the whites one
party, by a great mistake followed
Captain Smith's loyal band, which
camped for the night alboIt four miles
from the present location of Gardiner.
Sehoois. wishing to wnrn the captain.
hurried on before the party of enraged
Indians. hlt arrived too late, for as she
arrived at the camp the first volley of
arrows had been delivered.
Thinking to save Smith. she flew to
him and threw her arms about his
neck and in that position received an
Sarrow in her breast which caused inu-
stant death.
The chief was surely stricken at the
accident and ordered hostilities to


cease.
This allowed Smith an ipprt'a.lty to
explain that It was the other party that
did the kidnapping. After the sorrow-
ful return and the burial of Seboois
near what to now the Randolph church,
the red men went in search of Hunt,
and he was overtaken near Norridge-
wock and his entire band extermi-
nated.
Captain Smith had the martyred Be-
bools to thank for his life, for the ar-
row that reached her heart was meant
for him. This is the story as found in
some very old papers near Gardiner.-
Boton Globe.


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