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VOL. VIII NO. 242 PENSACOLA, FLORDiA, WRDNESOAY MORNING. OCTOBER 18, 1905. PRICE, 5 CE
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AMERICAN WOMEN SOLD TO
PURCHASERS IN CHINA
Federal -Authorities and Police
Unearth Regular Traffic Between
U. S. and Chinese Empire.
m am. -m ". W t.-.-
witLDINiT HE PRrWut
proval Over McCurdj 's testimony.
Exciting Features Develop.
ii INCREASE IN
r Sk- C n f fFw k- By Asmocisted PresL. IThe position of maid or high ser-
il Chicago, Oct. 17.-Tra in you ng 'ant in wealthy Chinese families is
women, purchased in Chicago for said to have been the bait offered. To
ractical sae in .r. f bind the contract the applicant was
IgilJUL practical sale in all parts of the Chi- told her traveling and living expenses
neee empire, has been discovered by would be paid and all clothing nece--
the local federal and police authori- sary furnhlaedt When the wapen
T ties, but 'hug far no law has been reached China they were imafediately
IO MOI RE PATIENTS found prohibiting exporting of Amerl- placed under guard and sent to the
can women to foreign countries, purchasers who had previously pall
The police are in possession of the from five hundred to one thousand
names of two women, one in Chicago dollars each for h em.
. b* Fo TUta~ht At and another in Shanghai. China, who Many American women are sup-
are thought to be okeaders in the posed to be held in palaces In
Em practice. China.
- -w w
ONLY TWENTY-THREE NOW UN-
MR TREATMENT AMD HNOPI-
AL WILL E CLOSE WHEN
TMES AME DISC AROK-4.NO
OIPPICULTY IN TREATING THE
CASM IN HOME
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New Orleas. Oct. 17.-Foi-
wing Is the official yellow
a report to 6 p. m:
New ease. ; total to date
-O 1; total to date 4635.
New loci 2.
UVdW trsatmet 125.
s discharged 2.775.
3 DYS WORK OF CASE OfDOCTORS
Iearty Five Hndred Houses H
Bern sfte And
Defendants Were Not R*ad Fa
Trial aud City Witness s
Were Not Present
0 Nweanrly nve nundred houses nave The cases of Dr. Jas. H. Herroa and
=- been visited and fumigated during Dr. L. C. Phillips, both of whom were
Mede O -. S 17.--Purther eel- tMe past three days by the fumigating to have been tried in the recorder's
Now rt Oe 1.-Purther e corps under the direction of Drs. Ken- court yesterday morning upon thWe
e that the Marine Hospital a- ndy and D'Alemberte, which is a re~- charge of falling to report cases o
Nthor in~ibere the extermination of ord for fast and thorough work. fever within flve hours, as called for
aw er New Orlesas will be o r t d too o in the city ordinance, were called mi
a ma at eiy a short time wU The number of houses fumigated the court yesterday morning by
only Includes the pat three da, or Judge 14ney. Both cases were poet-
steq th eZtla Wpm a'd A PCOW 3IJV.MthSL* tai
:" '" 1et mU ** WaotS 16 duty. Yesterday they wer to a l that the two d"ef"-
treatmest at the m w w e strday. y were t were not ready for trial, and that tle
tal. There were in the o ln all eon of te cty city did not have all of its witnesses
S tos._ Tr wen re ith smoke could be seen coming from present.
ptal today twenty-three p many a door and window when they These witnesses however, will be
hawer tbmtament and when these i percent today, and the cases will be
aee been discharged as cured thel were opened up. called and tried, unless something un-
ospital will be fially closed. '*,hef On Saturday the force fumigated foreseen occurs to prevent it.
populatm ,of the hospital has been 92 places, on Monday 194 were visit-
demasbg Tor some time and ma.'y ed and yesterday 198. These are in New Suit Filed.
nurses and doctors have been ra all sections of the city, but pa-ticu- The followinC new suit was filed
Ilevge from duty within the past rew lar attention was paid to places yesterday in the office of the clerk
days. The fever has grown so mid w-here the fever had been discovered of the circuit court:
that Wt little difficulty is experienced or wh,,re t hed recently been, and G. W. Mill vs. Emma Mills, bill for
it treating the cases even in humble a'so to the rcsiaences near where the divorce- C. H. Alston, complaintant's
homes. Dr. White believes the cases fever exl!e:l,. solicitor.
will run low from now ti!l the fev.r As the force is now well organized,
disappears. still beiter results will be accomplish- I
ed within ai fen days. The work will'
RIGID IN* URANC[ be pushed in orCer that the city ma:y /
RIGID IN URA CE be covered as quickly as possible.
RULES IN TEXAS
When the result of the work was
made' known to Dr. Porter, the latter
bi;g-l 3 compinnetwnned Drs., Kennedy
and D'Ale:.beitr. upon the quick and
efficient work that is being done.
My Assocated P
Austin, Texas, Ort .17. -Life insur MOORSATTACK
bee company es seeking to enter Texas
after t ,is year will have o answerITI
r cereos and largely personal ques- BRITISI VE EL
toses befoe a permit will be given
them. The Texas state authorities arn-
Itow working on a form for these add.- By Associated Press.
tonal questions and they will be rea1y Gibrnathr. Oct. 17.-The British tor-
Iot ase by Januar' 1. wIhn ail permit. p(dc, t oa destroy, r Choweil reports
nOw outstanding wi expire It is in- r.,; yies!, ri'ay v-ning. while anchor-
tedAd to make thts< questions ve1i e' 1%-' we( n Ceuna and Ceres. she was
peftinent and the, will ten ,to exam- fi.. p ,; b th Moors. whose bul-
tie closely in;wo ( y ibusines doal o .l pier e(, :'er f',nn l. The Chowel!
aomoey operate; (u of :! i, coni: any. lar.g- hr-w i... s-ar-ehg~n on her assail-
or small, and also require pn)m;ses ',: aL s There were no casualhie-;.
*uarterly s:atemniu:s madt under o:':h
and provide for per-onal in\ st iga-
tion from tm,. t, t:n., at the discreM- MRS. D. C. EITZEN
tka of th- state..
RVING TO LIE DIED LASi NIGHT
BESIDE GARRICK Mrs. D c Eitzen. winw of the late
Capt. D. C. Eitizen. expired last night
about 7 o clock at her home on West
Wright street of y,;kiow fever. She
By Associated Press. had been ill for about one week, and
LAdon. OCt. 17.-A spot beside, it was not uunil th ;:;as: few days thata
Garrick's grave. in the p, :ts corner of thore was any ftar that her conditi )u
Westmins er Abbet.. has been selecevl was dangerous.
for the burial place of 6:r lenry Irv- Tht decea.-1 had reached the age
tag. whose Ibody. theretore. will 1he of about 4.5 .t-ars She came 1:b re I
directly beneath the s:atue of Shake- about twenty years ago with her hus-!
5aeare. The bot,>ies of I)r Johnson and band. aud ha-- resided in thi-" 'c"y
Charles DickeLs lit near by. since that inum She leaves no ch 1-
King E'dward wil: b1 repre,,ented at dren. although :eavn' z':n alopte s. n.
th lunerati tomorrow. U, ric Eitzen. who is boo..k-eper at tt e'
mill of :he W. 11 Wright Co.
She a'so leaves a br o her-in-law. Gus!
NEGRO LYNCHED Eitzen, and a nephew t'aul K. Tornoe.
I who is now ill in the same.house with
CKUTI the fever.
IN, NKENTUCKY TThe funeral services will be con-'
ducted this morning at 11 o'clock from,
the undertaking parlors of Northup &
dy Associated Press. Wood. and the inerment will be ma.lc
London, Ky., Oct. 17.-Virgil Bow- in St. John's cemetery.
ewr, a negro. was taken from the coun-
ty jail here late last night and hanged WOMAN AND 5 CHILDREN
to a convenient tree by a masked and WERE BURNED TO DEATH
armed mob The negro killed George!
Parris. a prominent Knox county lum- j By Associated Pres.
ber dealer last August. On his first' St. Louis. Oct. 17.-Mrs. Alice Hart-
trial the jury disagreed. On the see- mr-an and five chil .Yen were burned to
ond Bowers was sentenced to life im- dta:h in their home at Port R-yal. in
S risonment. The mob is believed to Frianklin county. yesterday. The first
have been from Knox county. j tws was eoeved here today.
EXECUTIVE HEADS OF DEPART-
MENTS MAY SUMMARILY DIS-
CHARGE EMPLOYEr8 WHEN
EDGE OF OFFENSE OR INCAPAC-
By Asseolaod Pres.
Washington, Oct. 15--An amend-
ment to the civil se toe rules was
authorized by the o dent tod'y
Hereafter cabinet o have toea
power to remove summarily and
without hearing any civil ser-
vice employee in his department,
who to the personal knowledge
of the head of the de artment has
been guilty of misconduct and who is
inefficient in his duties. With sucn
personal knowledge the power of toe
department head is abslute.
After the amendment had been dl-
cussed and adopted by the cabinet,
President Roosevelt tosued the fl-
lowing executive order embodying tae
terms of the new regulation:
,"When thq president or head of an
executive department I satisfied .nit
*aA ofcer or employee aIn the classified.
service Is inefficient on Incapable and
that the public service will be materi-
all& Improved by his removal, su2.i
removal shall be made without tear-
ing. Bat the cause tr' such removal
shaa b. stated in wing and filed.
When mascondnut is tamltted In the
view ad presence the president
or head f a department
the vWemmale w e--e ---fly
PRENCN WAR VESSELS
SAIL TOWARD VINEZUELA
Cherbourl, France. Oct. 17.-The
armored cruiser; Desaix, with Admir-
al Bevoe de la Peyrere on board.
left for Martiniqpe. The second-
class cruiser Jurein de La Graviere
and the third-class cruisers Lavoister
Chasseloup-Laubat and Troude will
Join the Desaix during the voyage.
It is understood that the admiral will
receive further instructions before
tee, to c
of a wi
By Associated Press. that are disclosed with almost every
York, Oct. 17.-The testimony daty' hearing the lnteret grows ore
insurance investigation today int-e M.cCardy' da
In Mr. McCurdy's tet wm today
ost exciting throughout the en- a feature entirely new was dbeloged
y and only the repeated threats and this was that the Mutual Ltfe In-
rman Armstrong, of the commit, surance Company employed a tuans
clear the room, prevented a vio- bureau to send out to the press of ta
*monstration of disapprobation country news matter that was of ,en
tness, who was Richard A. M- fit to the company.
president of the Mutual lAfe A striking feature of the testleMay
ce Co. As it was, however, was the refusal of Mr. McCurdy to aja
vere Jeers at several periods of swer certain questions as to the res-
r's testimony that temporarily son for reducing dividends on pelietes
pted the testimony. These as the business incre&saed and asets
when Mr. Hughes, counsel for piled! up. To all questions on this
imittee, asked questions which matter witness said he was not fert
Curdy was reluctant to answer fled with the information required;
h he evaded, and were made by that these were matters fotr the ae-
d that stood! at the back of the tuary to testify about; sad when
which long ago proved inade- pressed for his opinko refused to dia
D accommodate the crowds. cuss the question Mr. McCfrdy's
e this important Investigation demeanor was so Insistent and at
g to lead, or where it will end ti es so deMant that the spectators,
sed no small amount of conjec- bent forward to eatch every word amd
d doubtless, in some quarters, stood on tiptpe expecting every o-
With the many thefts that ,ment to hear him directed by comsoel
Len taken up and dropped be- to answer the question
Ing followed to their ends, in Mr. MoCurdy said the eomeitte was
hat some new lead may be going beyond the scope lateaded when
p, and' with additional features it was appointed by the-legislatret
MAIN STREET IS
Strut Frw is MaIb g This
The eastern portion of Main street,
which has been impassable for years
near the corner of Alcaniz street is
now being placed in condition by toe
street force, and incidentally the im-
mence holes that existed and were
stagnant water remained for week
as breeding places for disease, are
being filled in.
The debris and remains of an old
Confederate fort, which but few knew
THE LADY NICOTINE-YOU ARE ONE 07 THE B8 T FRIENDS I HAVE, SAMMY! -
MORE TOBACCO USED IN AMRICA THAN ANT PLACB IN THE WORI.--NEWM 47M.
On df the StS I b
By Asmlcted Pue.
Washington, Oct. 17.-Fortlesatioa
of the terminals of the Pa amal caJel
Is one of the subjects to be son-
sidered by Secretary TaR, whe Ihe
makes his visit to the Isthemu sa
for this purpose he will be aeeom
panied by members of the rarst Osm-
mittee of the Taft Fort0etm l Bard
Fortification of the coamt was O.
bidden by the first Bs*@aeacAgte
treaty but this treaty was so mach
amended by the senate that It-was re,
Ejected by great Brittla. 'The ael
treaty finally adopted and which Is
now in force, which sxpercedes tce
Clayton-Bulwer treaty, makes ao
mention of fortifications, but provides
that the United States may ase sch
military force as may be neesmagy
to protect the canal. -.
By Aseoolated Press..
New York, Oct. 17.-The seood a-m
nual convention of the Internatimal
Advertising Asaoceatlo ft egan at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel today. Amngon
the subjects to be conslde by ,(he
convention is a motion fa, g m
passage of laws in all statesoki g It
a punishable offense for a newspaper
tc publish false stat4i t as t
the size of its citretlatio. T2e
convention will also coaseier the ad-
visibility of asking the UBtal States
census bureau to Ieltude the advertfi
ing business In the rellar omasu re-
ports and alao the ad I as ari.-
ing congress to pass a law matng the
violation of a trade wark a criminal
existed near the eornr t ftlna"
Main streets, Is bea adel to all. In
the street. The old fort Is am te
beach, and was used durfea the Ivn
war, though there arp bat ew w ho
ever heard that a fort stated .
The workmen last we a tesa
away the wall, whick was a0eat I"
feet in height, food 150 gpe shot,
but so far nothing else ha behe dab
Some of the old r~lms say that
a small fort once ested af the spot
and was built by the e
during the civil war.
Shm w t Hpof Ph1.
elms to Dr. P tM
Aid FIbl htls Was the Sm.
swy for Yssuurdty.
TWO CASES NOT REPORTED UN.
Tl. ArFTER PATIENTS HAD EX.
PIRED-REDUCTION OP PAST
FEW DAYS DUE TO COOL
WEATHER--GOD WORK OP
THE FUMIATING FORCES.
oMllowingl Is the oncll sum-0
mary of the yellow fever situ& *
Uto up to last night:
S 2 altodate .. .. ...... 430
Dthbs yesterday .. .. .. 6
Tctal deth to date .. .. 62
9 Oau discharged .. 1. 4
O es under trmmeat .. 11
Thirtee nmew came of yellow fever
d4 Are deaths was the Icial re-
part 01 the situation as complied to
tMe aae 1 9the state board of bealt
Iot Wa m the patent s md
as to e amed to be al,
J neap was feelved is
Th Ne mw Ca ea
Mhe new cames developing during
Ise day are a follows:
joasph Steele. 121 North A street.
Mrm. -. Lewism. 50 North 0th ave
H. A. Franklln1, 131 IDat h
Mrs. H. L rankln. 1812 East gkh
Utha Franklln, 1812 East 9th street
WHie Franklin, 1812 Bast kth
W. B. Wright, 14 West Gregory
Jasper Rand. 710 South Palasf
DoM Rogers, East Gregory Street.
Kathleen Buggs, 100 BEst De8ou
Amnle Bell. colored. 15 North Tar
VeBeota Johns colored. 17 JLWe
The 0 etth.
The deaths to be reported up to
et alfht, are:
Mrs. D. C. Bltzen, 416 West Wg&i
W. W. Walls. 513 ast kGoveww me
Geere Byrnes, 318 Bast Intemaig
J-pe Read. 710 South Pon1s
Street. (Reported dead same time as
reported yellow fever.)
Annie Bell. colored. 16 North T ra
raMoa Street. (Reported yellow
fever on death certcate.)
LItfe Say Very Low.
Joseph Steele, the seven-yeapold
son of William Steele, was report.
ed lat night as being quite low, m. ,
lag been taken with black vomit d4p
tlag the afternoon. This, however,
was stopped before night. The ttlO
follow was taken sick Saturday after
soon about 4 o'clock and has see.
Umued to get worse each day sla"
theb. He is receiving the beat of Mad.
lal teatameMt sad nursing, and it IS
loped that he wflg recover.
Cold Weather's Efoets.
The reduaetio In the number at
cases for the past few days Is due ig
the oold weather which prevailed M
week. Thi cool spell is now pasalm
Swdy. In fact It passed away a wef
as., sad as a consequence the a&*
m, which was driven into yW*
aIs gain getting active. *a
dalis hope however, that the efemta
Ot the present excellent fumigatld
work will begin to tell before the aniw
gutto has had an opportunity to
Spread the disease to say extent
Verson Le Wasshington
Cowiy Cwt Hiouse Fight.
elecati eomdon I3S.hIW t14
aul the rem have
9d Two= fts far Is
Vusm. 397; Wsausa 1MV4
C ~26*,- OL Aadrews 21.
I I M OLAtadWsw% IM
so ateuralyIcae h
;,. --- be nM6
--T WEATHR: Showers Wed-
Tso"., Thur day tair fredh
I oMtM to aoth winl.
THE LOW RECORD
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W--I- A-- 16--A-A
Oak Aso MIL
* prsNACOLvA JOURNAL
-a -. -
W liEE BILLS COME I
A IGT WYl lFAE
I GAVE HIMELF AWAY.
Mrs TMH on-Doea't you find Dick rather mough?
Mw Thompoa-Teai, mmma. and yet he mays he shaves every day.
* .'Je ene make. the heart grow wonder "
Does It? Often do I ponder-
If at Christmas wouldd be pleasant
Were there absence of the present
Kalght Stands (whose company has
Just stranded In a country town)-Ob!
how I wish I had listen to my old
mother. She used to beg me on her
bended knee not to become an actor.
Dolt Wright (the eomedlan)-Don't
worry, old chap; you didn't.
Poet-I bave a poem here which I will sell you for $.
ditor-Be sur and close the door when you so out!
Jaekaon-8ome time age my wife and
I agreed that it would be best to tell
each other our faults.
WaxtoD-How did It work?
Jackson--She hadn't spoken to me for
A HOT RETORT.
Mrm. Henpeck-If you hadn't married me, who would mtwnu your clothes.
Mr. Henpeck-I wouldn't need anybody. I'd be able to afford new ones.
311LIEAP'T AND I r
-k, T !.a,,- 't'f 7 Ia aC rc 3-c u. I iay try !y.'t~e
and my left
*- BUuniaR REPARTEE
lerk-What shall I do when that lawyer comes ap
tutcber-Gve him a roast.
A w leaf ay man may tun.
tJ maybe clothe bitelf rh
s a at ttempts to hma
g-*a.e aa the other A.
A "*GAME KEEPER."
f I-- --I- l-I. .- -II--
[ FIFT AITLNTIC Thebor ICON*ITRIBUTION
CAILE OF THE Of OF50FROM
POSTAL MI ILLVIEW
dd=a. A check for ffty dollars was receiv-
mene Tas Compleed yesterday towards the yellow
lhtmense Task Complet0ed on! f Wia w ri O -fever relief fund. It came from tie
white emiloyee*- at Millview of the
October 6-Descrintion of the astitay9aat mill thidre and. will beof mucn ass.-
ance to those who are endeavoring to
4 Cre WnrfrI AS A MATTER OF PRECAU- relieving the poor ad worthy, but, wu
UK I moffi Great Work* TION AS P YOUR- are handicapped by the lack of funds.
MSOS. Fo. t TION ALSO PROTECT YOUR- In fact the relief lunB is now get-
S!Aug very IaW sMd ttte citizens and
1st. Our Clothing Is made to The Commercial Cabile Company SELF AND FAMILY FROM others who are ab let &. sotzens and
our order; made as we know f fifth Atlanic cable from Canso. NOV, THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL- send in their contributions at once.
2d. Consequently it has some completed and put in operation ncu LOW EVER. First National Bank......... 50000
S special features of our own Oct ibth. This makes seven 1ranD-: W. Keyser Co ............ 20000
Worked in. Atlantic cables worked in direct con- Wnhr Sea Nations a............ 2000.
3rd. .ot "How Cheap." but nection with the lines of the Postal oIIur AeConsolidated Grocery Co...... 250.00
How Good" is our motto. *- telegraph Company. All of hem a.e Fr. J. Schreyer .............. 0.00
4th. No imitation of foreign duplexed so tha their combined ca- Sli. ur POwder Thos C. Watson.............. 100.00
fashion but ade on the lines fa- pacity isa fourteen messages at one Si Iwde, Escambia sear y Co........... 60.00
ored by practical business men time. a cinIS lhur CI ndle Lee Danel .................. 25.00
Sof the count. The new cable is the best and most Ipur CI dles W. A. Blount...... .......... 100.00
5ith No passing fads-but all (xpon-ive submarine cable ever laid. Hannah Bros................ 10.00
the new styles. It was mnanufacnurl by the 'ele- Frmadehde Lam s Peoples Bankr.................. 0000
6th. If this suits your ideas graph Constrctiuon and Maintenan.e Irld La p Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
our SuItu will suit you. Company. of iLAndonr. having been be- Leslie E. Brooks............... 1000
Sgun in March, ito.. and finished any WILL DO IT. j. M. Coe.................... 10.00
SD shipped on board the Consiructrioi r Pensacila Investment Co..... 100.00
Si Compan's steamer Coionial on au iM. F. Gonzalezo................ 2509
SIgust .3rdl, 1905 o a MIl lil, Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
C n Atlantic cables are always laid from L AL D Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100 00
I C. sodan. Ge. A l I Wst to East, because b the prevasiong German-American Lumber Co.. 5000
.--e-- I L ilhds ;n tue summer months on the Druggist and Apothecary, Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00
Aldn it A ar from the West and ships, J. R. Saunders................ 50.00
make much better weather goiz' e Phone 109 121 8. Palafox St Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Eastwarii conwsequen ly the Coloniil Gulf Steamship Co.......... 2500
sailed direct from England to Amer D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
.. br USr h ca. arriving off the coast of Nova ,. Geo. White................. 5.00
n --- aXnt ne1So,- ia on August I6th, and landed -thel. || a | f| P. Shotter Co.............. 250.00
eavy shore end of the cable on tne I. Jos. Coleman...... .......... 2.00
m morning of August 1SLh. Moving ou- A. F. Warren................ 25.00
from shore she struck a rock and r- I oU r a e w h M. L. Roch..................... 5.00
I W.k WHITeh n mained fast on it for four days. Ine Jno. B. Jones................. 5.00
injuries sae sustained compelled n or T. H. Lannon & Co........... 1500
W =edraUimnrWto go into the dre dock at Halifax L Wm. Johnson & Sone.......... 2500
,. ... .. I aboard. She was the largest ana LN I R ANY Meyer Shoe Store..... ...... 15.00
heaviest ship ever taken on that dry- Standard Clothing Co....... 10.00 o
OT- t V Tdock exceeding by thousands of tons Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00
l LL U L.U the United States battleship Indiana Maxwell & Reeves........... 20.00
of ten thousand tons, which went into S. Pasco, Jr..................5.00
Prayer meeting will be held in Pal- the drydock there a couple of year, HOUS P. Campbell.. ............... 5.GO
Sfox M. E. church this evening at ago. Repairs were made and the mol- H. H. Boyer.................. 25.0
7:30 onial took the sea again. On Septem'- Kress & Co.................. 10.00
ber 23rd she passed through nurri- D. Hale Wilson............. 25.00
Jde Beggs, who is among the ye- cane in Mid-Atantic, although on that; IS en State Heath Officer A. M. Avery.................. 25.00
low fever refugees, is registered at day on boh sidesof .e Atlanticit wa Gordon & Brown.............. 5.00
the Tulane Hotel. Nashville. reported- ine, with gentle winds. On Porter 1w Ma8Yr BiSS-COr- Thos. Pebley................ 5.00
A special meeting of the Board of October 3rd she arrived without mis- Forbes Furniture Co.......... 400
Public Works will be held at noon hap at a point 187 miles trom reSotndence Between -N. G. For A"heer ............
today, having been called by Mayor Coast of Ireland, where the ipv ier u.a.hut s to H. G. DeSilva Co............ 25.00
Bliss. splice was to be made between en h W. A. D'Alemberte........... 10.00
Marion Quina returdyecable that she had paid out from the IThe. Jas. McHugh .. .............. 25.00
Maron Quin etuneAmerican de and the miles of Sol Cahn & Co............... 25.00
afternoon after an absence of er cable previous laid Westwaxd fro- Mayor Bliss, yesterday upon request B. Gerson.... ........ .......15 00
weeks, spent in Missouri and No the Irish Coast y the Steamship of State HealtOcer Porter, confe-. J. Kryger ...... .. .. .. .. 17 90
rolna. Cambria in the month of June. The ed upon that official the authority to Gren & tson ............... 10.00
Today will tb pay day with the nu- weather was h avy and the Colonir l enter any residence within the city. J. C. Vti.selt............... 2 0
i merous city employees, and checks itr was com, ellr d to heave to for sever- This authority was asked for on ac The Pensacola Journal........... .00
service during the past fifteen aays ai days waiting smoother seas to en- count of tie fact that the state health C. B. Pirkhih............. 10 00
will be signed and distributed among able her to mnake tne final splice, officer mit ht desire to enter some rest Naval Stores Export Co.. .... 250.0a
the men. which was made on October thi. I dence where he suspected that yellow W. B. Wright Co........... 50.00
The relar s io of te Board of At ome points the cable was laid fver a The borrspondene NApostle..r................ 25.0
The regtali session e otoftheBardo f rINeassis spo n tsMcDarPidyer. ............. 2.00
Public Safety has bwen called for thi at thue de rh of nearly three palle b- as follows: teeer Bshel................. 20.0
afternoon at 3 ,r yocu. There is o t> low the surface of the sea. I'bedn Dr. Porter's Letter. A. A. Fisher ................ 50.0
little business to be transacted c quaititiep of material used in the Pensacola Fla., Oct. 17. 1905. H. Baars & Co ............... 100.00
cept routine aair n n gaufactu reof the cable were 1.411 Hon. Chas. H. Bliss, Mayor of the City Pensacoa Lumber Co........ 100.00
.0 , pntuis of copper: 7.4i,6.tS8 pound. of Penisacola, Pensacola, Fla.: F. C. Brent ................25.00
Among those who departed yestlr- of gutta wrcha. 1,500.000 pounds of D of ar Sir:-In order that cases of John Shepard................ 500
day for the detention camp we3h bias. taic. jute yarn, iron wire an;,t yelloww fever which are unreported to A. DiLustro2 ..................2 00
ivid Bear. Max Kahn and r. Stcv- pri;eervait compound the health autor'ies, of either the Alex Zeliusn ................. 10 .00
ens. All will go to southern citie.- The si4naliir.g s:-'d of this cabte, city or state, may be detected, au- D. Levy......................1 .00
Ssoon as released. is fifteen percent greater than that o' thority is requested of you as mayor J. Dunham ................ 5.00
If your wife is a victim of "to much aun oXhLr cable ot equal length in ltae of t'he city of Pensacola for myself Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.0ti
kitchen," ao'vertise for a cook and let Atlantic. The cost of the cable v as state health officer, or for such of O. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00
her slip her neck out of the collar. roed from one thousand dollars to six the assistants or special assistants Bar Pilot...... ............. 00.00
rhe Journai's want ads. wiil straight- thousand dollars per nil:e. accordinaof the state health officer as the W. B. Lamar................. 100.00
le out matters for you. Try for tour- t nthe character of the ocan bed and' sate health officer may designate Searitt Moreno .............. 500
efr. depth of wader, the great variation from time to time, to enter any house W. S. Rossco ............... 10.00
o cost being due to tHe different diam in the c y of Pensacola for the pur- Marine nroceryCo............. 500
The Journa: hais a large number of tr and wofigts of the sections of tre pose of examining and determining H. Muller.................... 5.00
old newspapers which it would like to cable, the cabhi which is laid in tl. the character o f any f fever" carse F. Hoiwe & Co............2500
dispose of at fiTe cents a hundred (lecpest water being the lightest Icr which may be reported as "lever' orl J. C. Porter................. 10009
These papers are all clean, whole, and tht l;:.r>ant reason that it would td the existence of which may be sus- J A. Chaffin ................... 25.00
tied up in bundles, convenient for impossii'le to retrieve a heavy cabt" i pected in such house and has not H. H. Thornton............... 10.00
carrying. They are just the thing for from decp water because of the enor- neen so reported. J. B. Roberts.................. 10.00'
wrapping or packing purposes, and z,)us; pre sure, cable in deep water Is Very truly, J. P. Williams Co............ 100 Ou
for putting under matting. Of course, practikal.y safe from mechanical in. JOSEPH Y. PORTER, T. A. Jennings................ 100.00
The Journal will not deliver these pa- juryv and therefore does not need .o State Health Officer. Geo. W. Wright.............. 50.00
itrs, they must be called for and paid b strongc. so ,rat the sections laid Cash .. ..................... 5.00
for in advance. in da p \a:er are of smaller diam The Mayor's Reply. Quina & Guttman ............ 10.00
Alderman Sci. Cahn will g to tie r 'an., .ar cost. The section,, Dr. Joseph Y. Port'r, State Health Frank Reilly ................ 25.00
detention camp today to speak n ; u la.*l ni ..: -haiem are of massive cou- Officer, City: S. A. Friedman................ 10.00
members of hi. family bvfo-t dpar. stn:> and Vtry expensive. In t:i Dear Sir:-Your letter o; this date D. Dannheisser .............. 5.00
ture for Alabaiia. Of
sot allowed to go into the canp. Ii: off the coas; o: New Foundlano. a, house in Pcnsacola for the purpose Marston & Qulna ............. 25.00
eas remain on the outbide and .;xi t p4. of ''.Ie midway Letween deep of examining and determininig the W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00
with hi5 :amiily Mrs Cahn am'] c. i v. *- an j shore cabe is usel. This character of any fever is before me. N. Goldring .................. 15.00
dren. as well as other meml -rs of i..-nri. wan size is made s:rons to In reply I beg to say that I think Cash.. .. .. ................ 5.00
leave the camp tomorrow for Mont- ni-':'"n cray ti,. n'st iirolific source Section 796 of the State Laws, have Warren Fish Co............. 100.00
gomery. of dane-.r it sh;nar:ne cables Tihis a right to enter any place you may Pensacola Stables ......... 10.00
'n'wrnem-.la'e type is made just beaiy F suspect of having yellow fever, and C. Thiesen .................. 100.00
The hole family share the ploa- lough tlo afford rTasonable prospect make an examination thereof. I Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
Ure when you us, :he Blue Ribhon '"f r. :i.'ving i in thei< l ent of its be- think that you have this authority J. S. McGaughey............. 5.')00
LAmon and Vani.la lExract. :nl damad, ,h b:, thb anchor "f a fish- without any question whatever. Armour Packing Co.......... 25.001
Nothing touches the exact spot ig vt,.-. In addition to this I, as mayor of Dubuisson Bros .............. 20.00
the "Blue Rbon Fla or. TLo 1, mpte::on of this cable in- the city and as ex-officio chairman of Star Laundry ................ 1500
e n acr. ase so gr'e,.t our already !sr.' the City Board of Health, hereby in- L. S. Brown & Co............ .-)0
RELAY AT GRAND BAY :acili'i.s for o.'ean cabling that i.uo vest you with power to inspect any Judge H. Bellinger............ 15.00
REMOVED SOUTH BOUND
termine the nature of same between Miss Pannie Hena'erson ........ 2.50
The New Orleans Picayune of yes- the hours of 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. of any McKenzie Oerting & Co..,..... 10 00
terday says. The Louisville & Nash- U aOIa r ll tr
J. S. Roberts ................ 5.00
Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00
L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 100 00
F. W. Marsh ................. 15 00!
R. M. Cary ................. 10 00i
J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 00
Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00
Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100 00
Ottlding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00o
John C. AverY ................ 25.00
P. Martin .......... 2 00
J. W. Xploy .. .. .. .. .... .00
Welles-Kaba CO .. .. .. .... 25.00
Rhodes-fatch-Collins, Co-. .... 15.00
A Moog, .................... 10 00 0
Southern Co=#o Oil Co........ 50.00
-P. & Drawner..' .............. 100..
R. P.Re ........................
D. IL Kluster.... -. .. ',... *
UIoa rewery ............... j
. .......... .
b.MahatmamH L ii
S ville Railroad wHll today begin to run HUlK LE W I IrrlvI
its No. 3 passenger train through 1to
New Orleans instead of relaying at A1 ST AUGUSTINE
Orand Ba3. No. 3 reaches New Or- l .
leans at 9 40. an. hence it passes
Grand Ba a" 3t o' ( ,ork in the morn-
Inag. The rela;nug a: Grand Bay has,- LIVELY ENCOUNTER BROUGHT
therefore, caused great inconvenience.
which will be entirely relieved by the ABOUT BY INCIDENT OF
New working arrangement. This
change applies to incoming trains MANY YEARS AGO.
Outgoing trains have not yet been re-
!"ved of the necessity of relaying at
-2* pSoin, menSa. enO .
-- ".... St. Aucustine. Oct. 17.-Shortly af-
Funeral of George Byrne t(r court adjourned ye.-terday a sen-
The funeral of George A. Byrnes. national in.'ident took place in front
son of M Byrne. h did esr- of the ccurt house, when Louis Mick-!
0on of M F Byrnes. who died yester-'1cr of Diezo attacked and severely;
day of yellow fever, will occur this le of Dieto attacked and severely
afternoon a 3 o fveck. The wl oervic horsewhipped Perry Green of Moil.-
owill bno 3nduc d at St. Michael's trie. Both mer. had attended the Os-:
.hureh. and the ntaeratt will el i n hearJ$g, and when the two met
thurch.. and the internl will W ou'.ide Mi-kier pulled out a wnip and
ae in St ic cemetery. laed him vict terribly before he
S wa. finally stopped by outsiders.
____________________ iit seems that M1ckler had it in fur
L TONI ;,Perry for an insulting lI"ter the latter
RE had written to Mickler's wife many
ELLS3yS F W ;years ago. and thi.was the first op-
____ ;portunity he had had for revenge.
T' Tt 1M I After thr tLrashing both parties
FRE.OOK iwet in opposite directions ttnmolest-
aw P ME ACOLA o i*U'ATi FRCE.I ed: 'A
I cannot give authority to enter at
any other time. as our ordinances do
not provide for it.
CHAS. H. BLISS, Mayor.
Mrs. Roger's Case Advanced.
Washington, Act. 17.-The case of
Mrs. Mary M. Rogers, under sen-
tence of death by a Vermont court on
the charge qo murdering her husband
has been advanced by the Supreme
Court of the United States and set
for November 6 next.
Act as & POISON to yw
SHOULD B TOW I
L. Wvtielogel ........ ...... 5
F. R. Meade .. .............. 10
P Tornoe ........ ............ 5
Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co .... 100
Clyde Wilson .. .. .. .. .... 5
E. D. Beggs .. .. ........ 5
G. L. Williams .... ..... 1
H. L. Berry ........... 10
Cash ... .. .. .. .. ...... 100
Geo. Lewis, Tallahassee .....100
W. B. Sheppard, .. ......25
C. E. Merritt, .......... 5
M. S. Pond........ .. ..
White Employees at Millview 560
.oe Roth .. .. .. .. .... 5
Big Zion Sunday schoc'. .... 5 001
M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 501
Jos. H. James, ............... 5 00
W. H. Harvey ............... 2 00
Moses Lyman ..... #.......... 1 00
Richard Morris .............. 5 00
Cash ......................... 55
L. F. Andnrson .............. 2 0OI
Marion Bitlo ................. 1 00
Preston Gordon .............. 1 00
Aaron Johnson ............... 1 0IO
St. Paul church ............ .. 75
Washington Clark ............ 5 00
Whitficld Dupont ............. 1 00
Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
Baptist Church, .............. 2 00
Thos McMillan..... .. .. .... 1.00
A Colored Citizen ............ 5 90
Ninth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00!
Aaron S. Johnson .. ...... 1 00
Mt. Zion Baptist Church ..... 3.21
RACE OF THE
U. S. CRUISERS
The New Orleans Picayune of yes-
terday has the following relative to
the squadron that will escort Presi-
dent Roosevelt from that city to
It is announced trom Washington
that the squadron of armored cruisers
which is to escort President Rooae-
velt from the mouth of the Missis-
sippi River to the Virginia capes hai
started South under command of
Rear Admiral Browdeon, and ought to
reach the mouth of the river long be-
fore the President is ready to boarl
the flagship West Virginia. It is
probable that only the flagship will
come as far as the Louisiana coast,
the other vessels of the squadron
awaiting her return rt Key West,
many hundred miles distant from any
possible attack by the festive steso-
The cruiser West Virginia will, of
course not come uptr river, the an-
Oneed reason, naly the Jack of
i9ciat water is, 'of 'corse, not the
e re ,as there ia aaple water
o an aerger ship than any M
oar d es. It is probable
Si a desk to
Credit Buys Here
As Quickly as CashL :
Come lI and pik eut what you want to make your home
as bright aad heearfal as spring time, and enjoy it while
you ura paying or *.
Rocking Chairs from............................... 1.-25 to $29.0
Iron Beds ....................... $.00 to $10
Woven Wire Springs, the slop ay kid, for ..................$2.50
Chairs .......................*....*** .....75 cents to t$4.O
Odd Dreasers fro ................................ ...$. 09 u
MA TTON QUINA,
1063 S S. P or bo 148. Pfaea1, PFI .
SIC, COAL nd WOOD
I^ 1 WI I I I I l I 1 -5" I I ... I II8 0
CLOCKS PR3COUS STONES,
STBRUN G SLVERWARBI
ART pOaTrT OPTICAL
Epwv* rwand EPAW -t-tlee
M@U C 0Mv Rccdw Phompt Attentioa.
taken aboard at thp m th of tMe
river and the West Virals has
Joined her comsorts at Ky Wet a*4
taken in oal, the see at tl speed
up the coast wVil CmO u -sad will
not end until HBame eoafte o-,
These aimoared MIa0ers we hase"
to have a seed m as M Sah a. 21
hoats on a, the ftV e II
In amaiHmsto N w- ag
-i fa I
Ija^^jt^L|^^_ 1- -O ^l-f^A^kl
i~ w^^ H t o w ft- w a *' 1111i ~w m w m s '
1Y no Jo.rm WB s WI
* . S
--- I ~III Iaim
THE PENSACOLA JOURN
OCTOBER 1, 90
- P,1" 11111
.A mi.umeN W*em mum. me
..1_..aWU. COMPAC T1
aU IO II.. ... Om ae ... .* --_---
i P" @i-A MIW UPt mitOM WIION T
1-Ij, "M"I"DA, WNDBDAY I.OR.ING, OCTOBM 18. l,0I
I------t bt--- thoe la I auterity. The
rriddentL i pulalsive and 1is tedI aed
ISW TS-P 1 --. eto act over the headset r&esmchargIed
Sa --t th the respomaliUty h bllo~dg the
400 PMi J* er i casal. Of coarse, no Nlf. reoung
anft ar Own f wv. t i goftg to stoaw atng of tat
SP : Ort. It is proper of orse for the
[II.0N mus'Mdent to bave hie way in the mat-
0 l Sek OW N %tr, because the Arst responsiblbty for
* _ u .. k the 'etasl reato upo-li s adinwttra-
.. -_ .a aGOvei-or Dhewa rdbas p tmt of
*A et Wolve as prtivte esoray
.* A worthy reefo.ttout of that gl.
ablthe m sate s mmWW3e-t PrObt
A. .- 1- ".", 7;".a -a treet
: M, os-r~I~ e.L Mo rewat1 O1 Me r-
f o am "t t a tm is,. .ed t beot a ot pube
iI I g Altme -iht a A work, will eoafer a favor by sapply-
galtga betameb a med Mr. no a ewoa* atae- AAly.Myof, t
0m Of the 9m PmO=a
--.WWvt LT IM KNW "OU
ped e edeiiSi na is ii .
S M te L -- *4eigbors toak about altm vea
.... at AlA" Mow as neighbr smblow,
pod^As W*% nor e .st tleep your coIases to eua*l-
aa em w m tmaAb the Do tlet them haow y know.
mSgbe 4t% b SM"& a Os p'er WWi met a bte'.whotalk b
IM. Whe sah W mesbs w.Putas on a lot t showfA,
m4 & tes, aggeeat r a-t A ties he. l b as 5a aaer
-, met eing o ee Msos sa bwl Do't let hm know yoa know.
4 io lml tee d, be- Tt a-let eof trick as at shas
"N to Soami ftegm. m ewao f M t m boe aaW- aveI
a' Fa M r ee agewese a pm * md
St--- e SaodmIs bieteate etar ppI e e-large a et t owYou w.
*" jAdteea that feB ry. altoe (,-vtg a -cman la tea
be *Amty. AMbw amw iwat ia now y aNt, a me ever vthme e
aer. e 'atola mm a o t War De- aatalo than eotattou kno.M
S h araga -t ael a- m ama lnate pala l te eyw
aI .I asted efete thatnmod the m -otw t atp w&
OWhrt o pbetmime btwoh s the PCO N di. n arnm oner .u
fs the srbee Ma Ofe aSt ate Pre.- e andea teave eyrpe vOed at ef
o CaI~It ndays ha rnt ans eten weI I aban left oe iOwte
bw. soe Ik6t 1 h in wbe eo1 b atet inart a thIm evr gi a mse -
Ma So SmBonewictot W dar Du Knd esmous iv-.
wI=a-&I enmrle aed eteat eme>amtl a%- so eakm ar s soera*s gaf
m s eeemilos tat Mt. es it, li- 18 iMuld be senpeated n colerg
sSaet Is0te paa tI heae eae a
me Bbe ast r mea of at Its apa- bwatig ZLSI IOl
a .oa al kns tSot potee re'tet whimt a ..a*woiSu
pliwag t e lo oes mo t ltte er no t andh hv .-
&SOL te ea etsi 29 let b "y leMr. taita t To b 1 r ip c
tadIy ag9 r to Ut? 8 oothe w.
MB asaa th re .ON that tme. .telA.- I I n t ort
ae eat miau tespoter the PresimT h be
e Mr. tt to whev be pre o . heat 1 v
I IrI oesmmtbeltter o the basi 9
the i. H bHeal't puroseto ee,,,,lve
ake the realposibilty and wlet Mr. w-amew p hem
A w SoMr. d Soo iU mawo frOs s
o bald the canal m a short a time
8a BMsible and at the least ooet. He The flowing e thow The Pea-
Iats to cut out all red tape and-to secola Joura.l's circulation for each
oagort what he propose to do and day during the month of September
Wat he d0es direct to the Po det. lea with thb averag4 number of
tereIore, it is expected that he will cotee eally:
a-B ;- object to playing second fd- 8-p. 1, 6,00 Sept. iI, K3
Sto the Secretary of War. If he Sept. 000 ept. 17, 5a
Not hare ht war, Tf he Isn't toft-t. I, P Hl ^l
afve power *omanrate with his t 4 .. pt. i,
the change es are he wiH n t- a p tI ---
e reis a ppobability thereore that bu id ing e^000 a -- mIS
n he tds out that the cabme at 7, ept
t recent metla dec tat Mr. st. 8, 00 pt.
Oafts met report to Mr. Tati as g ",
Bae superior oeaerehe may otety theo Te sBOi 0eft. lsP W
MButaioct tha whe d tie hap eole kor Sdp- 11, .*. *st. i f
t ng anounether chaito of the caaldaeyt. 12 ri 00 Se pt. 7, I
ailarsion. If it comes to the pobulingt Sept. iS a *t. 2B. Sn
w1 gihve up the chairman. Averrp oeer a ......... -
After all, wouldn't it be better to I y erti" y that th of
Sthe work o the canal ot to con- mt s rct accord to t
teetoom? It s prctically certain that ord le A this olse.
*e whbk woeld be dote much hooeer fw ED A. TW e t
to and there is no dolbt it would SworL to and i ubeerlbel beoer acS
be eare at much tees cost. As aoG ta i s
w the nv drteact uaderts es to do J. P. Btou7B o|
,the rore telIs efrtan ths he wriS- O %aor NsP eAl
.N .1 Ms .'g .-I
tinwos a am m" p ihs Ojpeter bi'
b rt n .... -. -
crods r.W. TwoNS the
aie little vindmUanfma bhe uw wear-
I al Caln spsbeIse "t go to
write a book about Amet miion-
tares. e Tat Is oa news ast r as t
The prim humrsts wi mst Itn
Philk eplanet year. w that tim
Senator brakes idemes about mst
Zraklag were doebtlem Semt while
emstttag In drawfv up mee Wepab*-
can tarit shahbles.
There is a n .ee to worry about
those convikew Chiago peakers not
hbaintg eianagh maon left to pWurese
their winter pply oe teoat
President 1Xlk "thsanls God" he
ald, and a tfew me applied hb
Mr. Mel'sia solitude B tha$e wid-
ow and orphans Is trbly lto.m, "
wbthebr the word pouebiWn Is ped
In it best or in Its w eret ae.
It wIl be noted that Mr. L oOmis is
not the iMrt emneat antlema eon-
ad wmth tie priset admiaistra-
ti W ho retired oGP hs"I vtndleat
P ya tho"har s om the highe
Sting eat ii," my Mr. itocaae
YeS, ad let Mr. Ro*soeller mo all
theo ilme preached in th lower.
ADVTETW VOUR IONgft
"m Oe theati Te carhe iut .0 t
whet musthe o Ag; ntd
piws dout eofstere-eepfa,* us. t ep
lbs pu bity &e tursiuW until the
INt ofC he ood04 e "gramad INto to.
1410r10 1eStsaq wor wth boo our
er. esMIseasier thman to ta't thi
peckilyof advertimin, & wht eSI
't e besbtPred s m are folweda eAt a
l ,ate w Vi them .nMlt Omte4 co
the w read ed In toao win IA it.
tM yUa thegood m t Ite digl"
his la oe of tsea ap s t leY, to
Ytre u aot Mrl. ms I-tebr bound-
gne the nO wife ato ta and
ora) re its torade teo wlae wtr *
bei always pemttywe".r
"f~errifasewill speB* though
te tera0 tr ofut uo-f se-or tplay
type is still li fashion.
IoInmee Y made".... l
"To ask timidl iav to Isake deoal."
This is cne of the elegrheattigas toa
luat about advwrtiwlsa-er nobody
phraepe-aad, in the jargoe of the
'WhIM the g ind s in a sate o ul-
G ertait, the smallest Impulse will dI-
rect it to either sde." Worh the shop-
per the ad. that Is a little better than
the others acts as this "malllest I.-
puse," and haaldeesa to which of the
stores she shall visit.
*uf-^vf ~ """" e i i f^ iA ^X
"One must know one's ewn measure,
and keep it in view. Just to specify:
IOU know how big yeor 'mor ls--you
know Its meanre: Jb aayote in
the city think It a smaller store than it
Is? The chances are that if anyone
doee It is because you have been eare-
lee about keeing yew store's meas-
ure "la view."
"A truth looks rasheet tI the famh-
ion of the day." The fashion of the
day for store-trathIs display type,
with liberal spaee for pitresque eat
A 4* 5WIeSIM a .
Deut sg e days y4 the meme ep-
a-e a aier Of ft"M Is Part%, ftns
lg tat bw bad overdrawn her h'-
baeds muulesant alinwa"Mea"d It
a great tfay bal was vuginent,weat
Sth e great man malerm, Worwt, sad
rayd him to in ibe a emSU
We was *oskuL .ht ma esp,
41t h n aeetr Iens Ia h 8 litn ohe
lahdy agen. The pat aon deo .
Wially Se prayes W beauty pseva*.,
ea. aut I paert a Iima I
iltlIyb a t his eig
H* eadtal gueru.w 00 O aRa.
Me POOt Ls left -g -
ftanm whe de sM was bwgS
at s .w
,Tdu6y EIt n the
hiaan break fEw Imoany tventors
have oe nt Moaie Carto with Inflatl.
hie auem i tis t IpemBMs to my,
bet prably they an to be uambered
Oty omio, iad a, emA ia th ea has
retmwe the vik l. It o ts ant21
tle dOb*ti V s7y vtkowr to the
taselmatieg table O Monte Carlo to
"break the *bak" Aay player with an
-"rtfspMina ran of good luck and te
serve to pr It it MaIlble to "break the
beak," aa the egpmSoSI Is commonly
Iaderstpod. but no one will ever "break
the baak" at Monat Cadte In the true
-i o the piae.
At the tmeani gaming rooms thewt
i Wt ome, but mesay tables at whthi
pWs may stake. Each table stat
Play for the dy with a capital at 10,.
000 trances, and whe that su is ex-
auted the bak at that partfular t*,
hie Is broke, and play is su8 naded
mtil a fresh beak of 100,00 tranc to
brought by the a matter of
a mnlute or two.
But to break the bank nla the true
gese would be to exhaust the entire
capital of the casin, and that will
never happen, for three simple reass.
The rst to that "e bank lays unfair
oda to te player. This I will illum-
te as simply a possible.
At roulette, the mnt popular form of
gmh*b" the are thirty-seven nanm.
bhere-rom 1 to inclusive and 0, or
mar1. It Is plae feat tie fair odds
agaies a pla s evrrectly picking we
af thee thi*yevwn numbers are W
to L But the k Iy 3to L
speakina a i ea t advant. ove
e player. Tpt It another way
a plWar baIe-Ce oem number thWr
te ti 'eyeht, accortIAg toe
ee abit odd ,.fte coae out exactly
,aear- but at MeSte Carlo be cannot
am. He m Mtloas poi t.
This advastae of the bank app(es
ft all the otr chaances besides t e
numbers on wbVI the player may
Take, for eampe, t ,e so called
*ven tchase of ied or black. Of the
thirty-seven nvagws eighteen are red,
eighteen black, tatyeevn, setM
haave nomlnaIr us celor.
It Io obvloWu tat If a player backs
rd tere ar teen chances (eight-
s blacks iaa" ro agatat his being
cmet. Thiwe ienddo are ninetren to
ei0tee0 ag0l% im.m but the bank
oealy lays evea-Mi e7. a. -. II
IThe advatntafthe bank doea-not
ea here, twoT Wea er tar u the
bauk takes awl "es e except thoe asM
sero and he evf Mooe chances. he
-or are pac time-" ypr tet
a I rof te wh elwo tee
player on t even eancese wti hist
staie is v S, anld be may plefr I
p. buthe beyu w d
to vwpin twt yuake again, and
thus when soe1 turns up it is at least
twr to goe4 ranlt a Player on an
The seead reason why the bank
met always wn in the long ru thn is e
existence ofe aWmaximaL.'"
The mAt*- h (,000 francs, at 4
is t"e highest amount a player can win
on shy oe adane. If a player with
valaitedt re orces could go on play-
Ing "double or quits" with the casino
inde.nltely he would eventually break
the bank toin the fllsense of the term.
But you cannot play "double or quite
with M. Blanc for long.
Starting with the minimum stake al.
lowed-via, 5 *francs-and doubling
your stakes each time, your eleventh
stake, suppoleng you to wain or loe
coueectively, would be over 5,000
fraacs, and you could double no longer.
In-other words, you would have come
your winniag or recoup all your losses.
All systems are designed to nuallify
die efects ef sero and tee maximurm.
If mee could tfr certain that mero would
turn up, as It ought to turn op, once In
every thirty-eeven turns, it could be
provided against, *nd the casino, even
with the help of the na(rimum, would
be In a bad way. .
But no such certainty ts possible,
and therefore every system splits ea
this rock. And so with the maximum.
Perhaps the most fatal systems qf all
are those based upon the theory that
It red has come up a certain number
_ II I
A Leesin t Lif.t
The lIfe of most met will be saddle
ed or lightened by the thing that may
chance to befall them. In the men
whom I speak of whatever may hap
pen is lit up by their inward life
When you love, it is not your love that
terms part of your destiny, but thte
knowledge of self that you will have
Mbund detp down In your love-this it
Is that will keep you to fashion your
slfe. If you have been deceived it is
not the deception that matters, but the
forgt emes whereto It gave brth In
your soul and the loftiness, wisdom.
completeness, of this forgiveness-by
these shall your life be steered to des-
tiny's haven of brightness and peace,
by tese shall your eyes se more
clearly than if all men had been faith-
ftl. But if by this act of deceit there
have not come mosr simpleaess, loftier
fath, wider range to your love, then
have you been deceived In vai n-Maw-
V YS OF THE PERSIAN.
the ~*a*, euseM an the Watet
supplyr e Tes
Persia is mostly desert, but desert in
Persia is of many kinds. The ordi-
nary desert is good soil and where it
can be watered is extremely fertile.
Generally It has a hard but rather
gravelly surface. The oases are not
really very different it character from
the desert, however, according to the
Rev, Napier Malcolm, in his book "Five
Years In a Persian Town." Water
is brought from the mountains in a
most curious manner. It IM found
near the hills at depths varying
from, sixty to a hundred yards be-
low the surface. "From the hills to
the center of the plain." says Mr.
Malcolm, "there Is'" -a considerable
eough very gradual deelivity, so when
low the surface, a long line of similar
shaft Is sunk toward the center of
the plain at distances varying from
twenty to forty yards, the *e sope
times stretching for more than forty
milOe until a point of desert has been
reached that ies as deep down as the
original water level. Tbm all the
shafts are connected at Mte bottom by
burrows ust big eouegh to afford
s.Ipa-s to a man; the water is let in
and appears I n an open in th
center of the desert" t
Houses that are not very new are al.
ways more or less tumble down, but no
man wants his house to last forever.
"Nobody can realse the damage thea
can be done in a town like Yaed by
a really wet day," says the same
writer. "Some while ago we had
twenty-four hours of rain, which de-
stroyed, I believe, about a couple of
hundred roofs and, what Is worse,
ceiaed the older aqueduct pits to fall
In, blocking the water supply im some
part of the town for three months.
I& there any other town It the world
where a little extra rain causes a three
months' drought? There in a story
In Teheran about a Dutch ambassador
who was so afraid of the roof falling
that in wet weather he Invariably slept
under the table. However, he was a
very tall man, and when the catastrol
phe happened he got his foot crushed."
In Teed houses are built only for pro-
tection against heat. In winter the
citizens "grin and bear It," the mer-
chants close their offices and stay at
home, and only the smaller tradesmen
and artisans go to the bazaars. The
beating arrangement consists of a
wooden stool under which a charcoal
brasier is placed. Over stool and
brasler a heap of rous and quilts is
placed, and the family tuck their legs
under the wraps, squatting oa the floor.
THE TRANSMISSION OF
YELLOW FEVER AND
HOW TO NURSE IT
At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibili-
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease,
which he had utilized In his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub.
Uthed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows:
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE.
1. Fellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease
which is transiDtted from the sick to suseeptible individuals through the
agency of moNquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Ste&
omy-a fleasta, which is the comtnon domestic or cistern mosquito of New
Orteas, a&d la fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
S. The garm or transmissible poiso of. yellow fever exists in the Mood
of y~w fever patients only deulng the first three days of the disease; after-
wards te atient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the
lmptat-ce ot recording the very hour when the attack first began.
The moequite (Stegomyla Factta) Is powerless to convey the die.
se" to a nomptIlpe person by bite still at least twelve days have elapsed
Ga r btting the yllow ftevr patient. Thi perid of incubMtio in the moe.
S is the te that is required tfor t germ atof the disease to breed n e
boy a the mo aggto and to gIate frem the Insect's stomach to Its salivary
otads. The Wq& te States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 199,
St: ai C. tats period varibs r&4 tw* days In the hot umea r montta,
t i gm dhas u ad ves. i the eoie %aseran
,..A -S 4 the s0 t W r WI IS ts lbot y edarn Se pero t
.- '< -i .. .- -
|^ lgesir .
#amy tbea ir ,,U tihMe tMI
eim e bs la Ifis atM eG
ir, ev InoMq one Ms being tals the
10e U1 rem.n. if, inded nwa
e messed, why the bank must always
w isthat te hum a aad famble ph
or to always playingn against an In
The slghtest mistake to eatlnistlis
ee least k iaattiot and the system
Iia dowa. And to err is human.
So Meate Carlo iloriabsh ad always
will ourish so long as the law alews
i to exist-Peareon's Weekly.
"Please, (od, make Mamie Ross a
good girl. Please make her a awfol
good little girl. An' If it ain't too much
trouble please make hero good that
I can take her new doll, an' ae'll think
It's noble an* pelf sac'flein' n6ver to ask
for 't back again. Amea r-CJaensad
L No sarae a be considered as trained In the management of yellow
fever aIn the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully
earnestly. and eaeleatUouly, that the disease is transmitted solely by moe
quitoes, and that It Is her duty to prevent the admission of these insets t
the sick room ada to destroy them promptly if they should nad their way
t 2. That as the Inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
must cooperate with the physician in the discharge of hist fulMa as s aa jr-
dian of the puMbe health. The trained nurse In this capacity beelg direct.
ly the most *ellets and important sanitary agent nl preentlag the spread
of yellow fever la infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreelatio of
the mode Of tran-nrio of this disease, her personal safety (It she is an
Insemages) and the protection of the family and the entire housmehd i
Sthe patlft, (especially if these are not immunes) largely, It aot entirely,
3. very sanie mst beer aIn and that the most malignant yellow ferw
patient Is lanocuomm and absolutely harmless to even the most suseepttle
non-immuae, it the proper precsations are taken to prevent the access oa
mosquitoes to te. patiat's p eso .
4. 7e Togreatst oeedom of personal contact and intercourse may tre
fore be pailtetd between the yellow fevef sick aad the well in the sick
room, a=d provided'the InnoeulaUt on of mosquitoes, by biting the patoat
during the Orst three dys of the disease, toIs absolutely prevented.
5. The mideor- of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily secomplished If a
patient, usultri frm e py kind of ever, in localities Infected with yellow
fever, who is cofided lt her care, is allowed to be bitten by a moequ tto
evea if the fever IS prla net to be yellow fever. Moquito bites are aanoyMd
and harb ful .vp l t Infective to the aUtet, and it must be looked upo=
as an eVidee( 4e t, e shows evideaces of mequlto stigs.
S. o eaA- esi ^ e hoerselt a trained yellow ferer VarSe oles sthe
has madq het ett Wor hLy famHliar with the weapons which kneace and
experieade have SfteW to esectively protet baher am-lnfeteet pauesa
those pensaf who are dejemdeft upen her knowledge and emertloas for sa
from the 104eted.
7. Th weapons of offense ad delm-e that the nurse must learn to
handle in pro h patients aMe:
(A) The MaeeMNe Bar (Btbbnet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In His Bed.
1. The asttig t bat must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
passage of mo0uuto@W.
2. Moesntoess aa bite troughs aosulto sets when ay part of the
patiUent's bod toa in etraet with the asettlng.a
s u. a etestioWUs ahold be made to se that there ae as torn
ples a te a that ao mosquitoes have found a lodging nelde.
The setting abol4 be well tacked n to keep the mosquitoes from
If maosqutoes arb ouad within the netting they should be klled I.a
side, not mlrly *tvm or shaken out.
All eses of vr should be promptly reported to the pystleaa;
waiting hi arrival teM bould be covered with a mosquito aer. Th is ta
ticularly Important dealing with mild fevers, especla I p
chldre 1 lalities n lible to Ineetlos with yellow fever. The dihasae aam .
Ute iteijg ash a S id form In t Infantile and early childhood, tat K to
Ukely to recoit O accounts of the very mildness of the syp
toes the *sual prt tis are not taken and the mosquitoese Are able t@
spread the di*eae wiout molestation. The mild or unrecognized easso ar
for thia reaspi the aft dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screeaad. m sot
rf hospiltat& We so~erf mwe not usually available and provyaouel seem"
ofn aispe of boOWK otr cheese loth, wilch can be tacked or otherwise
sewe4 e thes*wlO4W. ie, eroo
() ut r e Mr aMigaweM
Fu. W the rm6 with sulph10 or pyretham (sMect power) to
pogbly i seted msquites as eirlp an possrib after the fourth day o fever.
Sulphur burned a as Iro pot is the surest way, aad If used In proper quantity
will not insure fabrles wr colors. Three pounds In an average roam 1 114.
lent if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to lIe.
cabie feet of 0 pace is asted by sanitary authorities; &ad oA pound of
insect wde t 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupity the mopqultoes. Tbe
mrosquto will fall to. the obr and should be collected burt. Two
ours' fumigation with _slphur is quite sumcient in ordinary cases. The
fumes of sulphur will not reais lo, and household Amamona spriakie
about-the room will dim altoteeir mnpleantness.
The tugatiton uAe a pae. t the morning, so that the room win be
free of od or by a 'lI bedone preferably in dry weather. Whea.
ree tothe oathw till perIta t om a4jolalag the one,
upi bp he purlfed of mosqultotes and prepared tor
eh .w.~I Wh t oi to be cartfuy transferred to the dlsIa.
fected3 eaS ly .ibl after the fug day.
The ati deelemta. sas well as
is now ft VOW= 0 =t6 K .ImmedIately after nottca tS%. y
h attend ph cai. Bat isolated lsasitles or when delay la obtan-
ag ssWtary eift IsW the physcian and nurse must dire the
members ofthe d a png ae prescribed regulations.
Addtbu pesa1ntns0 1 Ji ahur fmlgation, recommended by OWe aRgt
Aath orltea is chare s os.tatlm aI New Orleans during the preset
eRemove all ornaments of metal, such as braM, copper, silver aad af
from the roe that la to be ftaIgated. All objects of a metallic aster0
which eaanot be removed, aa be pro"ted by covering the objetq Uighty
with paper, or wtl a O t Al eating of vasefe applied with a brushl
Remve from the reon to be fumigated all fabric material after ter.
oungly Shaking. OP m drawers and doors of furniture sad closets.
The -oom shol hbe eloeed ad made as tight as possible by stoplag as
opeaglas i hisae zfoor., wlls, keyholes an d cracks sear wiadows ad
Creyvice eaa closed by pasting strips of paper (old oewsppes) e g
them with a past made of Sur.
The sulhrg he plated In an fron pot. fat skillet prterrem, a
this played on b tbl s tab or other convealent water receptacle with a*e
as Inch l water is the betton. This is a precaution which mut he taeM to
uard agaMst as the sulphur is liable to boil over and aMt Ign t
T- pa r Iemdegi y Igalted by spriakling alcohol over it ap
g5 hslbe kept closed for two hours sand
Wf Te Bad t0 e uble ceoateats ot the room, lT~as
the rom by t g hi4 and this total by the height, and
of supareB to 1-biglgite hdero dd the
Tall arem 15 t uag, 10 feet wlwuirn
weald marteal.e-ls y cuhMe feet. DI
wouldas aU amsiNfe( roditede, ws: 3
wi a. -* -.' *
.abe "o.o .tami. the dismes durig the
selsiM mar ste"d over 1M4 Ways provided ea
SL Walter Rseed wao o&e to anoe"a
-eeM g days old. Gutteras with another
Sccrtta to ArIamnte, Stegomyla Fasciata in Havana
an I beI e1 to b -ml otw days old. With us, L1 IsUIa0,1n% My
s elt Tet fg8 within twenty-four hours after emerging from
esm,, It *as bellv4ed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg.
il I ate before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
itgg di a it appear to. bite a second time, or at least until five or
swamduiares w*apeod; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiana
that have bmeI blasted sad reared apart from the males will bite promptly
and ftre umtiyf Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
Anopheles, wi l three to Ave days after.]
5. A perto4. varylag from two to five days., usually elapses after the b!te
of an infected monpulto before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop la
the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen ecaes
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
from forty-oe hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculatlon.)
S. Mrto the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Faselata bites
a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease., it will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days incubationn
period In the mosquito); then, If it bite a secepUtble person at the expir.
tion qf this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it
self in the bitten person. Therefore, lnestimating the probable spread of
yellow fever from a single individual to the 4aseeptible persons in his enviroa.
meant, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the success orfailure of any preventive measures, directed towards the je@-
truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that ssverl
days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite a
susceptible per9m, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
days, which Is te time given by the health authorities of New Orleans In the
present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected ease
after its trot appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegemyla Fasclata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
that the poison is Incubating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). it ma;
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten perse.
8. Yellow fever ts not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (. e. articles
or inanimate objects that have come In contact with yellow fever patients or
taeir imme4late surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing. bed tina
mf merchtaa e "dI soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the SWk, r ry.
9. The b odle or eadhvera of the dead from yellow fever ar Inlcapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
the disease (a trae occurrencee; and then only if Lrosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body bptore decomposition has set In.
10. There Is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the blasE
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyla, soeners immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
tt eOf tfh Trafinte Nur9.
NEW DUTISI AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
NUR~SS I 'THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER. IN CON.
SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
Ser viss ues Four Men Arrested For Threating pe
Cnu F or Display at Dr. Sanders at Castleberry--
SW.offes. The Situation.
7U. H food flKqW M T heb Ilowlg circular has been is- The Alabama health authorities ap-
STh* -i pi= idmi fosfr'nk supprR lifes them with US" Iby the Public Health and Marine i tn
..* CWT-- ada egen i H ospi Service and sent broadcast pear to be having a great deal of troum-I
the eemdil that re _resh and strengthen.. over the country. It is being display- ble In coping with the outbreak of yel-
al O m f- O-nmintO i at- a Id in all potoaffces and other promi low fever at Castleberry and, upon re-
A 515 'tOffvOXkI ,eat place and will, no doubt, havequest of Dr. S anders, four men have
in- toti be. A 4elleft efect:
16 g.i-HN .- Mte. toYe l.low r. been arrested at that place for threat-
SOla 1,1- and grocers. e ry I)eprtment, ening to drive Dr. Sanders from the
." b- Bureau of town. One of the men arrested is
Public Health ano. Marine named Roland Latham, but the names
w Note-W A Hospitals ervice of the others are unknown. The
Slt. 4e111. 0. A. toned were commended by the Army Montgomery Advertiser of Tuelday
SedIal board of 1900, and have been contained the following relative to the
Indorsed by the American Public situation at Castleberry:
oefltA ssoelation And by the First ,"
.to ttgHaltAssociationl LaInd tRL Uby th Fst It is said that the men were in a
International Sanitary Convention of
where i t is delivered trhem barg ir American Republlcs. They have also group near the railroad station in
1 5" the Southern FuI el and upp ly Co been justiSed by the experiences and Castleberry when they talked aloud
pany, sad m to tose who a co. observation s of l the two working par- of their intentions to arrive Dr. Sand-
V ICU C I cl etf | t-e wito hhve por- sji w ord aso nhe to The bu tre
neeted with some of the mo ezten ties of the Yellow Fever Institute of era from the town. They are not re-
*pRuA I tm m 'v mumiBW?^e enterprises of the city, Mire per this Beureau ai Vera Cruz, Mexoico, guarded as representative citizens, but
Sand rlme-t-ar u net to the w-k Institute Of Par s, ra nce, operating in the hunt for trouble. Their alleged
Of fat m B grieetmisgoteRo ... AN 1 1,nd lThemoasure gr evance against the state health of-
eisip S cs. That saMn is sold I&Je- ..-._ b5 I been teted successfully on a icer being In their midst was that m
ae sfca1. oe bic ,r a sr. -a--re ,m al Wana. Cuba, and durn he might scatter the Infection among
p ar te vaauath e otre aof ea ea for$, lag the yellow r yer epida at Iea. the population by his movements
Sart al >vdwa k -parve esti th The U4 a"C ea yellow fever is ear- cases. It s also reported that the
white sand-li e bricks whih in beirg `' by qit l and by no other r gm p under arrest expressed them.
m m. TIe the orri of dda so*tq! ale a lne P1 i 1 s e- selves s being off endedbecause the i pg
+pect a r ak- "af. lti ,-e ^ m U "t -'------It ---f+"g-l to ---- u l -wa lg- r aa bitmts ttor se^ e
lek. ^4lip Se^ Fal 9 S mortm la e l Aam f d t t erso tons d disease by being feher diagnosed by Dr. icsnviders was t tt
.v.ao..b e t her rose bitter wby U n ft that have pme called yellow ver.
Io b A- Ii tl l Thi U .po ton d to mn-become intected any of the substantial ctzens of
S.i.te tt e"Ias A& AlPpn tr It tt b e tln du C atleberryhare the opinion of the t
S-6 pile, 'butlthergan street s tppey b ltis a feveropanto h w i
Isonmly reterre& t ohecase of r Its%=I. anthe fort thus. days ofahis-attack. nin bIn Jail. They. are very grateful
i mIt ar ity as a xtrdfja lei v t i. Thatstr th days, therefore, are on the o other and for the rapid diag-
,.al "the .a e mos the aimracwat time for prevent- eots1 of Dr. S andere l hno' Dr. Mohr, of
-.olasSm V41 00.i.gil tithet.c. c #mosisto-toa fo-anv "P.Mobile,t"and eDr. Marcellus McCreary...
polid4 mar f ev n t- tahe adghoit value sf this r mes msuate Ofto toe ta tey- oveigreen, which enabledbatt the inlW
m be f 2 0 5Ofi s rimortar uxcellled4 M the r- the first th d.ys whether a patieU They appreciate the heroic service Dr.n ti part a I
All 41" at 801o 010-oban oset Invetiomn swherebybildbg ma- has yoUlw feve; hence the necessity mSnders and his quarantine forces wlm m
'Khpsottu Xh t t tarlal Isbeing manuleat er ilna this I. threI t s I munptlet of placing haer already done for the state. cItI- bett
"am e b _. the Co the a t mie i oeled. They are do s i of any bandnto the hiealmth offer, who Is care-
h anedIt whth Emher t Cag he m 4asItm eo f m t sherry fy aione Ptne Geo a anquarantineeloe itve y
r~ .es tO A et idmost valuable of the many reaurce i and fo tie e days at l east. ful about pronouncing any disease yei-
m6= 1 ^Uate i the "tl -ord Ito endless quant ity and in Fate mt S reenirng., low fevered a as any physician ,in 'he "!
F fIt640110ofb sspof mosqyt.s(at least 19-20 the state htoltu officerlIs enduDng N thWt S*E
41110 ft* M _e6ts toomokdtw5.. . I omeshesqto.t o.~e .a nd wi.n-. emny ardshpars ine conveniences by eU
opld lotot .....rk man... .....acture of a ..u ..tesIs bZr. ..IS. ..tttohsero the biedsn-d oig the piaye h fthlectead tt tom-e
cit wher. rsthweF$ornm ma pi r ors sd 9w d noomtl ro t r mrou bit i s0M uD t ,P
few .L ......el .... t ,. ---- o__ ......_mn y.Practically all the white pen-O ld
withewhich. seve0ateoo gd ....t... of ..fever l try about and those whq remain are
.... .be ity ihave enerecd. There d oIar.o-Xe ito ..thelowa fthoth allied toofferdhospitalityGtorl thqr
-te 'asthal d eI o ts mSteauls. Te soult Dbe coheret w th mof. the Pat 'man twho Is trying to murder the rur.
e .. i .. hirch o o t tat's bodyis. o Mwith D net- 'ivingtsteto w yla. fasciata Even the
ieibi mMc i h efo rI&o l ooo 1 tin ....the..vel. .e... ....g anit hotel Is said to have closed its doors.
....I 11111K .-. -. h ,ile ant t" "vi,.,andwhichw,, consume m dmse eusat IatoonsS houldb e.nhe edd y nelt
a m"se mnoe ore ooel a o ino h a e MIs to. e netd otlord nta tnr asals in an Isdated cabin. What
"a.prl Id1'wll1 have a 9aio s have Aa ld ent in- sleep he snatches Is also in this ill-
-as2500ibWickidaily. lcn futisrnished hovel, according to the same
0171i 11pileaIs ethe White Pres Brick Ompty, 8. t he netsw te n u1ns be well tuck- eportso
49ssm, which w lls oow be making brl*, with ed in to keep mmouluoeu from enter- ."Refugee traffic was on the increase
a I mage pacity. Ing. last night out of New Orleans andmD(
nments to FlorSida and. 64. If mosquito m sae found within Pensacola. There were sixty-six refu-m
Ito sand M In the mianufactll ure of the ettingtheyabould be killed in gees in all from both places, but the
sra to" at=* ejorpsea wheo paret ofort a d notm driventortaenl number was swelled by an opera troupeo
the raw material used to make that ex- out., en route from the Crescent City to the
e iht substitute for the proftat of 7. All cases o fever Should be. est. At 08 I c )
tpbest stone quarries,1ere areprompltly report beto the local health Frapk Meador, the Georgia quaran-
la other hirts of the St ate ohre5r. waiting hit arrival they aenteh Ither t e
I ae abuldings Indtism e bic 0at .we, pW ivet the i _gletne agent who is In the citykeepingmo
tet the value of this m at.ishou. l be covered with mosquito ba n touch with the Castleberry tn- lW
Bethel B tist church, ons of oe ban- Facts t hearing on Mouito Destiuctin tion, will have an opportunity to con-
c churches for colored p iople is the t. MMoqait6e live in the vicinity fer with Dr. Sancders this evening. Am.
south, was built from this material If which they breed. They da not of result it Is almost certain that the:
Tb lAw change, the nmagnll mt ta fly a long distance. Ge, orgia quarantine will be liftedeWs 4
M. e en for Colonel Cay, Ii-n- Ri 2. Mosquitoes breed only In water against Cohecuh and Iscambia coun- LM
f h it hes WRealty Title Tubt Con --ualdly in artificial collections of ties. The same may be sail of the
reps buildingeO l"syth e s htt 1. h e ureresh water. Alabama ban on Castleberry. not toL
/ sl. 1 the police stationn and ot er So The yo ung mosquito, or wrigler, spple, however, until the full period *
butings, stand, adrewill stan4, n MOO- lives i etwater at least seven to twelve of I ncubation has lapsed.inee the
u eat to an ent erprise wave ly-" Although the wrigglersr live in original I election of the pJohnson. e."
Otha great Enterprisooes lae S surface to breathe. square feet of surface). The oil does
In Other to tthe Btate there 5. Coal oil on:the surface of the not effect the water for useIfthe wa- U
4are a Mmber of *andime brick and water prevents the wrigglers from ter Is drawn from below.
S all of them are doin a odu- 6. oy the reedng p is an wt he- rt b l stl bedistrted v nl
Ne i .orida, and areTeves it- you will destroy thel miatoes. over the surface
Great deal of the sared which is buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once t~, w...Its, and ts.a ao, f the inrWe oad -
_Norfolk, ct. 17.--The U~nited ly digested, my health was completely catching basins, eta.. alons the road
I~ V~ t ~ df Im ^ m States cruiser Charleston, the latest wrecked and I attribute my recovery side. Manhole covers should be
Vin lO l addition to the navy. was placed in entirely to the regular use of Grape- screened: -
-- bB.. SC--, W_-- P O 0Of O commission at the Norfolk- navy yard Nuts food. It has, I assure yon, 18 Houses should be cleared of
p iN t l af t aflt eAMeIcimal e nt today with Captain Herbert Winstew proved an inestimable boon to me. mosquitoes by burning 1 pound of In-
U. S. N., in command. "Almost Immediately after begin- days.
of w~d Rv ] 04 a I lY al m f 0" c- lll 6 U. The Charleston, after the atl ag ts use, I found a gratifying sect powder or 2 pounds of sulphur to
Byour WrsW thaOlm noa cl~ r aebweMrma M Icinj~eor trip in January will be sent to sae change In my condition. The terrn- 1.000 cubic feet of space. The mos-
SPacific coif t station as afhip of ble weakness that formerly prostrat- quitoes will fall to the floor and should
b ed, s f MM the Asiatic fleet. She is a alter ves- ed me after a few hours of work, was be collected and burned.
away. U*X 4 00d R BW anl l* Wa ne sel of the St. Louls and Mitakee perceptibly lessened by a .few days 19. Success In mosquito destruction
V ma a d a a, ft now building, use of Grape-Nuts and Is now only a depends upon the co-operation of their
oy _u .u a -.memory-it never returns, members of the entire community.
* d. 0- I'lMa baoIy *b mI i "Ten days after beghl ng It I tm- 20. While the infection of yellow .
aeat u squ,7i i- H e mb- ON Kmental vigor and pbysieal energy, and mosquito (the Stegomyla), to insure
sod ^w saw d*lo % *d A OR -v ^BOdWIN& continued use has entirely freed me its eoStgnleou it is necessary to des-
Evuythi- VisMl cc ta I a the aa asa MANY iNaYJUK f om the miserable lasoms an s4 e troy n ameeqatoe as.
t wonew trom which I wed to enter I ea liable to yellow fever both
OR OUARATh3-W-Weo h es l finh InVnIWOAM I O iW O so e wE uh. taifAI tAd communities have an
" ma i we -nie a Wt&am e ma Weower a BweyW sAres |" I 0 0 I a *y palatable 1* 0thaoS of protecting them- anA
iy 4 w i0 m 949 w e a" 8 1a ad t si the 9"Isvow"0, O4rb#oa5jtd above. Use the I Cv
a-.ena anymowo* barton" over all cases of
W. H. WHITE & CO. t od.Destroy Allmo-
San. Three were f .tabll Sa v- -
DRUGGiSTS. .half i e d .e bady buujh aft-
WAX nt reoym
Mrs. flaty M1.. P.,Rest rdto Vomm
Health bi 1' Pun faltWhiskey, 1oma
mends it as Imaes eddoefo akaI
Aged Peopbe.p ldwL wM
"I Wa" a Mime* SbskdCesmem imeL
Haumm..a. oa a"..... ,,-,Am hZ.. ..A.tA U f.- 5 ~ W g-5s
* -=A Ddt~s b fly Cmomta fleimc
017 In flwtb n
STSAND IEVER FOR
w - -
youI *"*~ atd1da owuhm =a b
Us ofe iuobs ap tr y
RU4AURIAAND ML iCUM
CU"2 10 STAY CURED.
set &best ores or at
fbdoo* ki mkU wruinbg.
Y, IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
b IsWuiowtg st prm fosbn ft""yew
m*, Doors, Blinds
Pkaft is, Msk, dij bad Cnd
02 -W yw amisa ovwrytbat.
iro MII Company
) EBat Garden Street Phone 717.
.or4" Palafox Street Phoe 1130,
F. --7- --
whei it comes to nsaram e.
Quit taking the risk yourMse
Turn it over to us and
S Iave a ood
Policy Written Uas
It's safer and eosts but little.
If Lt doubt ask others wvto
khew sad have had experience
laveStgatlO wil prove we're
right We take tae risk an I
thts ends your worry. Insure
now. Delays are miangeros
Ws OINURANC CO&
I pul~px STrET. oP"148 7f.
^ .*- v *
WHEN 1 Go 00 .
kmrM~ ~ mb" d! g
1 Uo r~ot. h.Sk09
IlUh up Your Head
STZ o! 0 eldow
Fever; attend to
business and goto
1W V ULTED SUGAR far P1
-> U A4< US. 3 for 26c
-M W00 NW. 1.4b. PkMa.10c.
I -Nrer and Crea Chee.f.
O aa He, am. t Meal.
.oerythlsg fresh saw sw awL
t te very best seam jey
fIt the mmth."-Pro L Water
T Iar. te UITversity.
R t% Sixth Annual Session will e.
f October 2. 1906.
the Pasamola Classical School far
ab se the elements of a sound eOf
It ers W ee advantage for prep.-
*Atma for the best colleges, universt-
U aMd scientific schools in the coma-
aB istructors are thoroughly equip-
ed teachers In the departments oa
mur in which they instruct.
The pupils received are limited to
mc a number as wll insure a care-
Sm supervision of the work of each.
he tMitvidual is the unit of tngtruc,
SStudent IAbatories for students of
SA larke, well-equipped gymnasium
&-a a systematic course in physical
edtare Insures a healthy growth of
the body to accompany and strengthen
the mental development.
Why send your son or daughter
away to college before properly pre-
pwred for college work. when every
advantage for learning and more per-
ssoal attention are offered here at
Pr catalogue or furthe- information
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
M N. Spring S t. Pensacola.
=1! SPRINGS, ALA.
Under Neiw Management.
A delightful resort in'mune from
re?., offers to refuEe'-- ctegant ac-
oMBnmodattpns and board a' w 2i per
wonth, 7.50 per week. Everything
It comes to me atten In silence,
When the firtlight sputters low-
When the black uncertain shadows
Seem wraiths of the long ago;
Always with throb of heartache
That thrills each pulsive vein,
Comes the old. aquilet longing
For the peace of home again.
I'm sick of the roar of cities,
A of faces cold and strange;
I know where there's warmth of wel-
And my yearning fancies range
Back to the dear old homestead,
With an aching sense of pain;
But there'll be joy in the coming
When I go home again.
eige as. Mrs. Dm was a, to' (t
up yesterday an Mr. H ay Is UP
and about the ho~s .
The very many friends of Mr. adt
Mrs. John Ryar. wll rMset to ltrS
that Mrs. Ryan is quite Il at tUtdr
home ea North Spria. "
SMr. and Mrs.
. W. Meefee ft at
for New York ead
Miss Gracle E. D. B dredge, dia
Later of Capt. and Mrs. R. D. Idredgo
jis now up alter her illness, to the
Joy of her parents and friends
GLAD TO GO TO tER OWN HOMA
When I go home again! There's "Oh, I am so glad! I am so gzi"
mUste Oh, I am glad! Everyhod7 as so
That may neer die away good aad kind and everything has
And It seems the hand of angels, been so nce here, but-O, It Isn't mY
On a mystic harp to play, own bome!" exclaimed Mrs. Joseph
Have touched with a yearning sad. Fulcher with almost hysterical Jo.
ness I when told last evening that her q
On a beautiful. broken strain, husband had been discharge# t4
Tc which I my fond heart wording- the hospital and that Mrs. H. H. by,
When I g3 home again. er would seud a carrIag at halt past
five to take her from the Woman's
Outside of my darkening window Home to him at their own residence
Is the grcat world's crash and din. on East Hill not far from Mrs. Bo'-
And slowly the autumn's shadows er's home.
Come drifting, drifting in And everyone present rejoiced with
Sobbing, the night wtinds murmur the old lady in her natural and ha-
To the plrsh of the autumn rain; man longing to go back to her own
But I dream of the glorious greeting home. For-who has not reallpe.d
When I go home again., that, "Be it ever so humble, there!s
-Herald and Presbyter no place like home." That, no mat-
I ter how pleasant our surroundingp
The many friends of Mr.'J. J. Jer- away from that dear spot though-
algan will be pleased to learn that "Mid pleasures and palaces, wiaer6
he has fully recovered from the e'er we may roam" there is still "fi
ever. place like home."
Mindful of the comfort and d4elter
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Neilson wish afforded her and applaciatlvst Q the
The Journal tn state that they are great kindness that had admlttd bat
highly pleased with the fumigation to the Woman's Home during hwer
of their residence under the manage-! husband's illHess, who does not qyr
meant of Mr. James Witson. pathlse with the natural, womanlr
S! longing for home and her husband's
The friends of Mrs. George E. presence that thus voiced itself?
Smith and family will be glad to learn i -'-
that she and her three youngest chil- A Sure Cure "
w dren who nave been for the past. "I think I'v got a remedy for this
week. are recovering. corpulency," said the fat Mr. Greos,
Sas he met an acquaintance the other
Mr. ait Mrs. Thomas C. Watsoh, day
Mrs. A. M. Avery and daughters, the "So? Beea sending for something ?
Misses Stella and Katherine Avery, A"Yes"
and Mrs. W. A. Blount and children "I'll wager you got buncoed."
are among the Pensacolians register- "I don't think so. The advice
ed at the Piedmont Hotel, Atlanta, sounds very reasonable. It's to dir
Ga. charge the hired girl at d let my wit
do the cooking tor two or- tb-
Miss Pauline Reese is now in Mont- weeks."-Chicaao News. ,'*
gomery guest of her aunts Mrs. Col. '
Ballard and Mrs. Black but will vis- The Bishop and the Waffles.
it Auburn before returning nome. The late Bishop Dadley oat Kc-
Miss Reese graduated from the Au- tucky was would to relate with much
burn high school before going to Bel- relish an interesting experience
mount OoUDesJ Ir Nashville to finish, which he once had in comBaeCfta
and 4e many friends in that dAlight- with waffles, says LApplueott's.
ful college town. At a fin3 old Virginia hopesteadl
* where he was a frequent guest t e
Mr. Tom Duin, who was an earlyI waffles were always remarkably gpCo
victim. now haj the pleasure of know-. One morn ng as breaktost da
ing that his careful nursing has near an end, thc tidy little ItA ,
brought his mother and his brotnes-, coated black boy who served at I4
Mr. Henry Dunn safely through their table approached Bishop Dudley ahd,
The Journal's Dairy Fashion Feature
Tits .-pag #4 '..
.-Oik nduk n AWN, 3m WA o
I ii tsmi
i gsr the fMs tiM athe at
to t ow 6s0ti how woqt
up ia It you fi ad v.
Tre- try to ovieok, bmt ia sh,
aM element of uacensalt aad daa-
t you have bes t exp
A the of those mot e
eaa w ave Strggled
dhi h tl*i ordeal h Ignorance of
at It Ik. sad what It does.
9f at this time every expectant man
and wIe might know of this greatest
of booms, devised for the express
ppooe f aeviatf alled dl"p ilag
the surfing and comqeut danger
of chia-mnh. how quddy would all
doubt and worry be diulpate.d.
Mothees Friend is an invaluable
aimment for external mensse, through
whose potent agency covatles moth-
as have been enabled to experience
the joy of parturition for the first
time without danger to themselves or
asked in a low voice
Bishop won't y' have 'n'er waffle?"
"Yes," saiJd the ge all Bishop, "I
believe -1 will." i
"Dey sin' no mId', tren said the
nice little black boy.
"Well," exclaimed the surprised
reverend gentleman, "if there aren't
any more waffles, what made you ask
me if I wanted another one?"'
"Bishop," explained the little black
boy, "you's done et ten already, an'
I thought v' wouldn't want no mo,."
Perfectly natural. Blue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilla are just the pure
concentrated extract of the fresh
fruit. "Takes less. Flavor perfect-
This Is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to
cure your cough or oldtL- It stops ttoe
cough, heals the luan sad prevents
serious. results o asmold. Cures la
gripplvough ad p. ts pneumoaa
and co.- i tlM ,..irns no opt.
ates. The geauime I a yellow pack-
age. Reflse substU W.
emberten Drgst, apothecary.
WILLIAM SARVy >D
OF SIOE PNEUMONIA
William Ban', w* for a number
of years ran a Ihack in Pensa-
cola, died Monday .,Iter an illnesss
of several weeks. -"
The deceased was not attended by
a physician, and copsequently could
not be interred until the cause of his
death was ascertalaed by a post-mor-
tem examination. This was ordered by
Judge Landrum whv| the case was
placed before him and a coroner's
lury was summoned.
The examination was conducted
Monday night, after which the jury ren.
dered a verdict that the deceased
came to his death from septic pnea-
monia, due to the wilful negligence
of the deceased in refusing to taka
medicine prescribed during the time
he was under treatment.
Is displayed by those who
drink our &Jda Water.
They have i,'arnl I to dis-
criminate between the
good and the bad. hence
the great popularity ofour
the great popularity
Kandy Kitchen (
140 S.Pala. Pho
SHORT FROCK FOR THE LITTLE MAID.
Yof our fb a dressy or a party frock this effect; and the very full skirts are
design has much to commend it for applied to this without a belt -r saib
small daughters of half a dozen sum- intervening. A very pretty eft 14
or thereabouts. e of the produced in the use of an t m
mers or thereabouts. Some of the meant, this following the shape t
most esoctive fesatreg In adult fash- yoke all around, sad with *le
afe ions arereproduced in miniature for straps back and front ruwhiw dlAM
:Wlae, the little maid. There Is a round to the waistline, straps and y&* bc
yoke and a deep mitaine cuff of era- der being cut in oe without .Oe"lI
S999 broidered the ggiish eyelet The sleeve is a very full peg to t0
pattern being followed. The blouse elbow, where it is eat by th* oM-
I part is shirred to this long-waisted mitaine undersleeve of itnhoiery ..
AN OLD SAYING.'
How Cause,,and Effect Are
Never Far Removed.
It is an old saying "Where there's
.honey there's bees"--not less true is
one which scleale has coined more re-
cently, "Where there's Dandruff
there's germs"-aUd-to push the in-
ference still further we may truly
say "Where there's Dandruff cured
Newbro's Herpicide has been at,
The reason of Herpicide's isolation
as a gen'tine cure for Dandruff lies
in the fact that It attacks and de-
stroys the root of "the whole trouble
-a parasictic germ which feeds upon
the material which nourishes the hair
Other so-called* remedies are not
directed at this true cause of the dis-
Accept no substitute, there is none.
For sale by W., A. IDAlemberte.
druggist and apothecary, 121 South
Paifox street, or send 10c In stamps
to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich.
On the Shirts, Collars and
Cuffs we lauder. Let us
call for yoursM
The Star Steam
S? IL G8#4wL
Dyspepila-bane of human exist-
ence. Burdock Blood Bitters cures
it, promptly, permanently. Regulates
and tones the stomach.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to extend our heartfelt'
thanks to our friends and neighbors
for their.easistance and sympathy in
the event of the death of Bryan Cheet.
ham, brother of Mrs. S. T. Marler, and
also for the many floral tributes. May
God bless them.
MR. AND MRS. S. T. MARLML
I LA I REL HILL .
Special to The Journal.
Laurel Hill, Oct. 17.-The cool
weather in thigh section for the past
three or four days has the farmers on
the move getting ready to grind cane
for syrup and' sugar, killing hogs and
finishing up the hay harvest.
Revs. W. F. Martin, L. P. Gordon
and Capt. Geo. W. Crawford attended
the Graves (Baptist association this
week which convened with Brushy
Creek church, nine miles west of Ge-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clary, of Magno-
lia, were visitors here Saturday.
John Whittington is conductor on
the mail train now, John Eldge being
off with his sick boy.
Mr. Jos. H. Givens from Falco, Ala.,
was in town yesterday.
Mr. Bud Gaskin shipped another car
of naval stores this week.
Pour negro "crap" shooters were ar-
rested and brought before Mayor A. E.
Campbell last Tuesa'ay, Fines were
imposed amounting to about $60 and
Mr. and "Mrs. Mann Carter visited
*re this week.
1'M.s. Allen Jones has been very sick
WL. is now convalescent.
Owing to the sickness of Prof.
Woodruff, the school will not open here
uittft Monday, October 23. We are to
have Qe eight months terms.
Protracted meeting at the Baptist
Almarante church will be started on
October 23 by Rev. Wheeler, the press.
S. Ginsborg is negotiating a deal
whereby he will dispose of his tur-
pentine place here and purchase a new
location near Mossy Head. Full ac-.
COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
perit and popularity of -Foley's Honey
and TXr many imitations are offered
for the guanine. These worthless is-
itatioa* have similar sounding names.
Beware of tiem. The genuine Poley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-
aVe. Ask for it and refuse any sub-
stiute. It is the best remedy for
coughs ad odds. W. A. D'AleObeate
Druggiat ae apothercary, 1,1 3go
V*, w #itemn -a g 'ooVd iedima
as. no - at fear ay -
J 1.wat "dstoImae&t h ibeyi30
iasl. winr had retaBl, by
The Omlity sare
We have justphaced an w cuntest s the mst Cm
plete, S *4eani ad Faubioo"b Line d DByu
Cc IbA!L- ,.ver showin Ithe ciqtyand atpriaof
$1.50t tS 600 Owrsuit. No such goo& haveever
been oead at e Wia& .We hwve ao XX X
SelHad to Thae Journal.
Gonzales, Oct. ).-Tour correspon-
Seat from this place joins with a host
*1 others In sympathy with our bean-
u It Deep Water City in its present af-
fiction and traly hopes that since pro-
er appropriations have been made it
will not be long till the yellow fever
"will be no more in Pensacola.
Mr. John Brewton and wife who
have been the guests of Mr. B. E.
Whidtion for the last month have tak-
en board and lodging with Mr. Jas.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. Jas.
Holman is again confined to his bed.
Master Daniel Holman, who is water
boy for Mr. Wiley Davis at Bluff
Springs, visited home folks at Gonzal-
Mr. B. B. Whiddon, one of our most
energetic farmers, can boast of' hav-
ing the finest and largest sweet pota-
to and turnip farm in our town, and
Mr. Jas. A. Holman can boast of hav-
ing the largest sugar cane.
The many friends and relatives of
Mrs. Fannie Lowell, a resident of your
city, will be pleased to learn that she
is convalescing from a case of fever
Cecil Wilson, son of Mrs. Dave Wil-
son, has been on the sick list for a
few dhys, but under the treatment of
Dr. Brewton ;s about all right again.
A deluge of rain pa.sed over this
place Suaday morning which is a lit-
tlc too much for small garden seeds.
Small indications of a slight frost
are in evidence on the potato vines
since the last -cool spell, and we earn-
estly hope that another cool snap will
be the me is of raising the quarantine
from the whole state of Florida and!
that we can bid adieu to detention and
contention camps forever. This is
what we want and neea' worse than
anything we can think of at present.
Jo'anie Brosnaham, who is enjoy-
ing life at the Cary place, is a daily
visitor to the telephone office. Every
morning his merry bird-like notes can
be heard as he walks back and forth
down the road. The small boys held
Johanie in terror until they became
more familiar with him.
Mr. Steward, the honorable county
commissioner lor this district, was &
caller at the home of Jas. A. Holman
Mrs. Brown and children are visit-
ing her daughter, Mrs Lucy Ward, of
Yntestra, for a few days.
Mrs. J. b. Jennings anl' son, Ollie.
accompanied by Mr. Chas. Seals and
wife, are enjoining life at Mrs. Jen--
roings's Bay Shore home. This estima-
ble lady has 'an elegant home near
What is usually known as Gull Point
a.nd many a pleasant hour Is spent
there by her and her guests.
Messrs. John Brewton, Fondy Seals,
Darby Thompson, Chas. Wilson, Joe
Cooper and John Gay all came in on
the ankle express from Olive Saturday
night. Mr. Brewton returned to
Clive Smunday night.
to guaraifte ito
V. J. &f B. FORBES.
with hmpawel Inssat ~pmoesenme-a pgym future ow raw
301CAHN & CO*
takus great view wl oin-W
Ther hh via s eg al" Wunat omm~I
We have oiw0. a ,Gag octlen. to reelv dwo
-od arm~te~e ~ fPm
Ke bwtl s ~s ~-en. ~~
know theisa*1 qis iu efris g
inmity V q 4Pwe U "ry cmm
dire to ~ ii
TIMs is a New Shoe on the Market
'and has a tepuation to make
h he We do not hesitate
N 't-------- i '-w -- '
'P HOOK t00
Dollo awt 0B 4u. die ow fever geftsyou t o tdsr
the dupe ~u*ud~tm.Tn ddasYu husM hmv ims
In te l~ms w~e. e. cwry eva~' d~In Adi
we cmaba av$$*Oyarnwi&b a fnu -Wasammad
OHOiof Qwelaadt6e Oiginl aso
THE SIN*"PLAC9 OF PPTDICV3RV.
opgt l m6T
,. ... ,1.:
' PAM EVKNm
9ipoinco by the Auewkt
- BARGAINS IN
3 houses (new) renting $1.00 per
month.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$IU.t
Two 3 room houses, renting $1.00
per mouth.. .. .. .. .M.. .
4 room house west Romana *00.00
7 room house, 9118 Strong....$1..50
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00
, List your real estate with me for
Rents collected, and prompt returns
LESLIE E. BROOKS
204% S. Palafox St.. Fisher lu nag.
'F&1R SALE.-Let the Southern Mat-
tress Co., make that old bed new
They guarantee all work. Prices low.
Delivery free and prompt. Leave or-
ders at Green & Watson's or phone
]_eFOR SALE-Dr. Boulter's office out-
Charooal to rfda phoe 561. OWtWAN'tl. -Nxxperienced amtl man fit, house-hold goods, piano, cow
btMs always OR hma. Ogder de- and machinist Is open for position to and calf. Call at house 313 N. Spring
Ilvued to Dummy most be paid for ran saw mill for some one who hai St, between 2 and 5 p. m., or at office
in a vamee. Geo. A. Vueovich, whole- 11I and timber. Can give first-class between 9 a. m. 12 p. m. Mrs. H. H.
sate and retail dealer. P. 0. Box 534. references. Aodress P. 0. Box 319, BoHlter. Lboctlw"
1Pe sacola, la.. 17octlww
S .* Pemasaola, la. 17octlw IFOR 9ALD--Completely furnished
WANTmD.-.*mplt Wpy O Th* WANT[-I4nstallment collector for house, corner Gadsden 8 1. and 7th
-0 .... ..AR-Id.avenue. Beautiful home. Must be
Foeran Journal o1f ay 2, m1m. it
eaetalne 12 pages. Anyone poems-
Iag a complete opy will coater a fav-
or -a The Je rsal by so notiylag th
o-ee sad the copy will be dadly paid
WANTUE.-Some one with suitable
tobolbUatvireom hom eaor me,
Sa4 allow me to pay for it in 'install-
ais. Good taveatmet, as I am will-
a to P a tair rate of interest. Ad-
drip A. J. Homer, care Journal.
We want the public to remember that
we a back at our old stand o E
Government street, and selling gro-
cerles and produce cheaper than Uay
cther arm In Pensacola. We mean
w at we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Son.
merchandise accounts; good salary
and expenses. Address Manager, P.
0. Box 1027, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANT-D.-Lady or gentleman of fair
education to travel for frm of $250,-
000 capital. Salary $1,072 per year,
payable weekly. Expenses advanced.
Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola, Fla.
WANTED--Men to learn barber
trade. Fall term begins Oct. it.
Apply at once. Our method saveA
fears of apprenticeship. Little ex-
pense, Tools given, board provided.
Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber
College, New Orleans, La. ISoctlws
WANTED.-Men and, boys wanted to
earn $5 3ay, 'after two months in-
sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut-
JUST ROBIVED--Large shipment of
Imported OHve Oil. Retail by pint,
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
& Co., ship chandlers and grocers, 701
South Palafox. 4oct.
CHICKEN WHAT produoa f
MAkes fowls especially well Save&d
The cheapest food to be touad. r. .
Melles & Co., Phone* S, loo
FOR SAL.-I am Flor4da State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates and
Var.. FLxtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Sate Gal
Lock Company of Cincilnatl, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
'itt Moreno, Pensacola, la.
KG A HURAL, contracting painters structkon, position guaranteed. Coyne Do you value your health? It o,
gtd decorators. Fine varaaanishing Bros. Co. Pnambing Schools, New York, use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
and finishing. Sign patnA g a Ci innatk 0., St. Loutis Mo. (Freo and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
ciaity. Resideft& phone *1. 26Tg. catalogue.) Soctly Co.. jas. McHugh, Prop. Aug 80
WANTED-To buy a second hand WANTED.-Aa intelligent person may -We have been with you in Pensaco.
safe abtft9t 96 1 X8 lase masure- earn $10 tO $15 weekly in sparc la since 1874, and still Intend to stay
meats. P. 0. Box 381. 13oct1w time corresponding for newspapers; with you and serve you with the best
DO TOU wat to bAy e stlarthig? no canvassing. =od for particulars. of groceries at lowest mar-
A ttl wat a w ia aderfal Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, ket prices. New Orleans Ofocery
rwMtls. Teo ast i -o- an-a t N Y. 3oct3m Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. uag2f
fto dl. .WANTED.-By Chicago Manufactur- FOR SALB--At a saartlAe, furniture
WANTD-lahtaM W ad transfer ing House. person of trustworthyness tore, stock and accouata. Cal at
work. O.o060 0pR 3M ealdMeoa somewhat faUliar wi* local territory 13-140 E. Intendeacia. SWa
hea 390. Acosta & White, 2 N. as assistant in branch office. Salary WANTED--Second-hand Corn, Oat
2Ta M $18 paid weekly. Permanent position. and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of
WANTED.--Everybody to know thatNo Investment required. Previous ex- town shipments aoliclted. Write sa.
our BleaD of Coffee may be imitated perience not essential to engaging. p. S. Mellen a Co. SOmarchim
but ea't be equaled. New Orleans Address, Manager Branches, Como hoce block on top
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHu g, Prop. Block, Chicago. 3oct3w* FOR SALe-One Choice block on top
sao ., I""of the ridge eat of the electric
'p .pknWANTD.-Parties in need of carper- railway, between 7th ahd 8th streets.
we .-oTho public to know that n Nature has favore this sectionand it
Fea.m ineer Coean GRoasterys Co1 or l to I'. Redenback, business cannott be dupliCated. A. V. Clubbs.
Vlas. M1 Oas, r .-o agent, room 1, old Armory building. PLUTO WATER-Cures Constipation,
g 27septlm* Liver and Stomach troubles. For
WANTA.X-T.e Merchants Traaser sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. Mc-
Co. wakts ydr moving and &aullng. WANTED.-Hotel cook; colored boy t, Hugh. octl2.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. cook in a small hotel, good salary;
sea. Prop. Phone 978. 18Juneam. answer quick, for Chipley Hotel, Chip-, FOR SALE CHEAP-m thre-year.
lev Fla. l9sep. old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
We walt everybody to know that wee ,.... Florida, No. 68,923. Also some Sme
are walihele and retail grocers 'ani WANTED.-All young persons woo young pigs. 1 six- onths-ld boear i
Sff!l a*. the old stand. New Orles are good stenographers or book- registered and transferred. Carl e.*'
Giocery Co, Jas. McHtligh Prop. keepers, that are seeking positions or terind. Chipley, Fla. 131ly
a*0. promotion_ to register with us imme- FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
A. .L DNOHAM wants your motIag diately. We can secure you good pos- City. Tract No. 313. For cash $600.
sad hanulaln He guarantees all break- itions. We are having more ca.!s Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House.
ae. Poe-- ne4 daily than we can supply. It will co'st
you nothing to register with us. Meux,
.WAN YoTor electric work of an & Munro, Proprietors, The Moh!ie' ALL FOR. $1-10 lbs. Granulated
kinds. Let us eleaa your ferns, re- Business College. No. 62-64 N. Royal Sugar, 1 pound Our Own Freshly
pair your dyaammo do 7oar wiring. etc. St.. Mobile. Ala. 15septlm:* Parchea' Mocha and Java, Coffee. 1 lb.
Phone 570. Pensacola Electric Co, i Aldernay Baking Powder, this Powder
eerner latendencia and Bayles street WANTED-The public to know that Il e nal to Royal that costs i ouo
lJumel PLUTO WATRR will cure Consi t.ets per pound. New Orleans Grocery
FATMM W&D M GM 8a1a3, patioe, Stomach and liver troubles. Co "oct
alsmoru syin g aese for IFor sale, wolele and retail, by t l
ater. fl Mind ,- u jo e Wa James McHugh. oct12. FOR SALD--Secoud-han essh r41 a
AS a'_Wet ter In perfect condltlio. WUi s
Sa '" --m.c- eash or or, time. A rei bargain. Oa
,8 1 "9I /3@U8 be seen at James McHagh's. mUab
HERE IS A PIECE OF
PROPERTY THAT WILL
PY YOU TO IN-
SIX ROOM AND HALL HOUSE
Corner West Intendencia and
F. streets. House in good
condition. Rent for $8.00 per
month. Two extra lots go
SOME NICE HOUSES FOR RENT
412 North Palafox street......$25.00
715 North Baylen............... 40 00
304 North Spring............. 25 0CO
323 East Oadsden............. 16 50
314 East Strong.............. 15 00
625 West Romana............ 10 00
Money to lend at the lowest market
rate of interest.
Real Estate Agency
O Rw ALE
1OR BAL.-Large quantity of old
newspapers on hand for sale. All
clean, and whole. Only 5c a hundred.
Apply this office.
ALL POR $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated.
Sugar, pound Our Own SO cts.
Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
ing Powder, this powder is equal to
Royal that cost* you 50 cents per
pound. New Orleans Grocery Co.
FOR SALBA.-Shtlegles and Wood fo.-*
sa.le Apply tO C. L. Creighton'j
Mill, just west ofF Musdogee wharf.
FOR SA"L-Boih ha'f block 211,
fmting 40 -0 on u1th street, by
137% feet on View Park; also
soutb half of bMk 212, fronting 400
feet om 14t1~ St..l'Y 1371. feet on Bay
View Park. Th e-Ty property adjoin-
Ia Bay View Pltk that is now for
ale. The beaudMil view down the
bayou and down she bay can never be
obstrauoted. A. V. Clubbs. 30ly
FOR SALE.---Confh' 'Stegomyla" pos-
tal cards for'-ile at White's Rea-
taurant, two for five cents. Outside
orders will not be flled, unless cash
and postage accompanes order. Or-
der quick. 28sept.
Money to Loan.
MONET TO LEND--On goo real a
tate security, or on good oollateral,
at lowest rates. Leslie Broo"a,
fisher building.* 1jan
MONBY Aj2ANXD oa aay andt o
kind eof personal property. paable
weekly or athly. When Pon see
money, see me. J. A. WUlc', n1 w.
government stiwe. Salsbury buildip
Waess IReaft A ca
aft geo" tet
MONST LOANED on ad kinds of pert
soaa3 property an short notice
Toems eay. J. W. Ballard. upstairs
n % South Palatox St., Phoae 1144.
UNIMrrTED amouaM otr *moy to loaa
Sall kinds o 9 PaM property
special rates to bamaesaesm on lae
OaM. Tbhe New York Lear Co.. z04
ss^ aSSa PalaPea. w
40 L. PALAFOX ST.
MOTM TO LOAN ON DiAOND
I WWa- Cb ub la- a n ak kad
of a Iteal security t lowest rats o
futerest. BaWgain i aredesioa
0- Call at The Journal office and get GROW GINSENG. Large proflta. L 9T
1MR RENT-A ve-room ootta~e, old newspaper at c a hundred. Clean Room in your garden. Root for salf t LOST-Black and white setter pp,
1105 E. Cervantes, 2 blocks from car. ad whole. Good or wrapping paper Write today or lerature. cka- answering to name of "Jack." Re
wt gas,bath and screened. No. or to put under matting. ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0a ward for return to L Jaooby's store.
Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware NTIV13aug3mos. 1ct1w.
D "R F Store.c toMalarial and Chill Cure. It cur..s FOR SALE.-Fine Horses and Mules Y- - -
MOR RJENT-Rexidenee lStl*y e to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a for sale at all times. Turp.anUaLe YELLQW FEVER NURSE.
catled by Dr. W. Hall, No. 111 W. good liver regulator. You need it at operators' wants given special atten- ^.
Lfaua street Apply to R. M. Cary. this time of the year. On sale at all tion. Call on or address Dillon & Mfa. J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow
a a. PalaLx street. Tulno, druggists, or at Lewis & Co., ibast. Penuel, Marianna, Fla. actlan fever very successfully through sev-
Government stAeet. Price, 50c. emli epidemics o* the past, both in
13seplm. WANTED.-You to know that you esa tPaaools and NeO Orleans, and now
E-e_- e thBa ... MAIL I... N-Good n.y. buy nice, clean old papers at this m her service to those requiring
......... ....U.A.l.Ln l ... anvey office cheap. a treated yellow fever nurse. Call on
WANTED. -M.y patrons to know that&see f ph u to BalyseRl her at 1408 Baet Gadden or phone 853
_.I -t .. head. -A d d- J. -. T.SSle. Chipley -HillS ei r ncludin whole bl e --* 1 i
loW fever si ,ation will permit. Miss crf twenty lots 40x187 1-2 feet each o
.,,L.^, 3S p.AW A ..TATs.qua.. r uter block of fve lots Appl -m
L TAT la all arts t ety. my office, Thiesen Building for ftrth- BARE" WANTI 43 Gregor
WANTED-The peoe of TOaIN ru"s n dW we : er particulars. C. W. HaernMsa. ,s tre S wGood1T C. or with-
to cads worrying. t The bapd y7ar -aM ttm D* 24augm. ocaton wth orwith-
Want Ada solve the problem tfor yew es D. ale WBe A O t tm. 8octm
WANTED-A fe* boarders at 318 W.
. eIomnt. lloctSwks*
4ANTI).-Onve or two roomers; men
pAerred. Apply or a4dreas No. 17
W. LAto Ce. Soctlm*
elm 2m lOI -*. 9a. et and day.
@t d ð PalasmA. &ea. Nicselaa
They are epe-t detectives, andan
find the man you are lookn for
he is iclauded to the 25.000 e"r ,00
people w&ich makes the popualosa at
J. L. POmRK u. milmabw. i msmoath
Palate street. Oremn tkn or
eam wats. eamp teas* ean sems
sif etc. Prim reasohablo a aJi
TAILOB O-0 I&R DIamod. TaDlar.
tsQem dan rti nm* aA "
w t ae st t. P a 1
Keep your system in good condition
tnd you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.
Go To IL U fIRI-014eallon a AW&~
of .har& He makes beft oo
Mr.p5 n hesut. s es
irOx X Sh6i3.4ml bgowe,
lot 3 blocks &from Fala Is.1t
IM2 an car am e. For irtu..A
quL-e ot Standid COfthii am~
L. 5.BROWN &Co
Offer exceptional inducements
to those desiring to sell or
buy, rent or lease property,
borrow or lend money.
Have several customers want-
ing homes and investments.
Don't put it off but see us
L.S. BROWN & Co
Office Second Floor Thiesen Building.
20 Lots For SaMe.
of $1.00 Only.
No Taxes! No Interest!
Office Cor. Romana and Palatox St4.
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Nednes.
days of each month at 7:30 p a. Am.
delegates are requested to be proe-
ent.L Z. W. ROBMTS,
W. L. DELA r, PresideUt
Peusaotla Lodge No. K. of P.,
meets every Monday evening at 7:30
'elook at th*lr Castle Hall, BlDmt
Watson bulldrig. corner Palafox ass
Garden street Visiting brethren e
J. H. BREWTON, 0. C
H. HORSLEI. K. of R. &8.
Rathbone Lode No.
r 0 K. of P., meets every
4 Tqursday evening at 8:00
o'clockk la their Carstle
ha1, third floor. Blounat
W tson building, soutb.
4wewt corner Palafor. and
Garden streets Vsitlni knightW are
A B. CERUT 0. 0 .
C. J. Levy. K. of IL & I
Knights of Columbus.
.* Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hall.
No. 8 West Intendeo.
cia street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. As tn-
vitation is exteandd
to visiting Knights.
JOHN B. JONES,
EDM. FOX, Grand Knight
Penaacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0, P.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. P,
mets every Thursday evening at 7:Xp
at the new ball on West Garies
street. Visitlngs brhtbren cordia:lv
invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R WITKOVSKI. Secretary.
Naomi Lodge No. 10, tebekah SIn
ters ieets every Monday night at
I o'clock in L O. 0. F..RaIL Vi
ttng sisters cordially Invited to qe
present. MRS. S. DeTHAYBR.
MILES MAMIE FRUBMAN. Secretary.
M. L. B. A. No. 81 meets first ane
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall, No, 10 ,Weet Intesw
A. G. FR7L, Preos
J. L. SWEENBY. foa.
LTve dak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W.,
meets in Pythian Hall lIt and 3rd
Wednesday in each mouth. Visiting
sovereigns cordialWly avited.
F. A. BOGRICH. C. C.
LESLU E. BRO 8., Clerk.
W. O. W. C, Oak Grove, No. 4,
Roomm 500 om MIe -00" uSp
IT 'V MO M
Pim lue, Bilding.3% m Fih
Room 4 Brentm ,iein
401 ThsMl vI~d~q,
, B. WRIGt y iI
Manufastrer e1 '
atd DealerN t
LUMBER. LATH, tAW&DOWNRS
SHINGMLS AND KIl"
F. M. W f.LAM .
CONTRACTOR AND fU'LO.LN
Prompt asttiness aia.
to business. la Fi-eO. ,la1
Wooden Circle meets last Thursday .
of each mrnth at s: p. m., 3rd floor
Wvtson building, southwest corner C. O _*
Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting GRIST AND UW MSAL MIA
sovereigns cordially iWted. Mrs. W. AL F. V. IItj w0
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olse, CHOICE M N .
Guardian. C41O L U WI Ale
IOTEL AGON SATllOUSmthe m
iborne a M
VANCE'S HALL NORTH OF ASHIs. bar. ad lesv W p sM yew
VILLE. N. C., COOL, HEALTHY, E* eity.
CELLENT TABLE, ADDRESS -- ,"-- _
VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C. 1
8sept Marn Grcery Co.
SV. vJa. VIDALr
Removal Notic. --
On October 16, I will move my stock. Aew re"S A Mi"g|
of groceries and fee# stpff from co--
ner 10th Ave. and 14th streets, to
store with the blue front on corner
of Davis and IJoyd streets.
Will keep a full and complete stock
of fancy aad staple groceries and feel
stuffs. Thanking my frienaIs and cus-
tomers for past favors, I respectfully
solicit a continvnce of same. Call
and get prices before purchasing else.
where. PIf weights and measures
guaranteed. Ring phone 620 and give
me your orders.
C M. Wilson.
Just received-Miei atl- 11i
Rolled Bonelesi l oag-i Cs
Fish, New Rjsaum, S ta EI l
Dried Herrint Sf & I
Nymph Cod Wst aolt, Hsa
Spanish Olo1, tvrek DW
Pickles, Blnef h3Yg8,..1i
Kraot, Sot ErekIF FI
A CO'S Celetwate d -
Goods, AsparaIw SR y;Ds
ported Sardin, luff U
Iam Paste. SPaMB
White Beans, q K
Beans. Bverytdig aew |
Nos.6.4 *040 9 *s.
*~~ -A-L ML
ML M .A SU
Chiaesgo, Omala, Lt. Lool=s sad Ksass
Cty is the
ad oanectou, with tb
OaO-way e loiat rates maft
feptemberu15t to October
To Cas'fornI. Orego, Wi
Motaas, Utah, ete. -
Special round t to Cart
ala and the Lewis & Clark
da at Poitm"ad. Orevoa w aah) I .
tember -t. 4
Ask t r lfroag rate f *
statfsm aad secue Iltseratmr
oraatio freely given.
LJr. VAN U JAiM,
U1 Peaktree St. AtlraeW *
0. W. RLY, T. P. A.
W. &. ARROW, Meia.
pgISACOLA, MOBIL APALA's
LAa p -AARABEL a -yA
ORW S* MILL Vi WILL
And il P iW TageeaOi. g O J
cgUMem. e Apsdg.
L IT A. uAdrews MljvSllAM
Bseu Cagrabesle andinui
pl s-Btial laIusattsm .a
L JL IRA
IL 3L C am
If You Have
Me *A Imp AM tc ~mfl
,d desire Ihgt kbesdely Invested so asto
Good Rate ofitrs
it wiff pay ws to get into omumuncation
withbus. Write or call m
Pe fsacola Inve-t m~ent Co.
&&N.WM .0 Fl w 1*auagsm
W.B. 51.& mm^ emo&. L SL IMni wu
L L SWUM simifs.Yt a"m Ow..EmilENOWL EVES. Treaur.
Ing6GSeuth Pa6oftStreet. Ponsmegela, Florid..
IIIIIIra Ir- - - - - - - - - - -~ -T-%-2_EI -~ -1 --)I-q IICIII
hgrSK Faflui UNIm RduN OW
Schedule Takig effect May 6s1905.
Southbe N%. I WAY soy
Nba NO.5 G "m
Lv Atlanta (C. of Gal. )...12:2fm 7:5 .... ...
Ly Macon (C. otGa. y.) :45 11:8..
Lv Cuthbert.. .. .... .... 7:6n : Own ......
Lv Arlingon..& ...a..... o *;e: 6:lSpin .........
Lv Batnbridge.. .00.. ....U:6e *:S$pm 6:20a m
Ar Tallahassee ...........12:p 8:40pm 8:06ca.m
Lv Tallahassee ON. A. L fty) 1:5p.m 4:.OOarm ...
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A- I I fy.) 7:440p 10: 50a m
Lv Tallahass.. .2:4p 8: Oa 15a~m
Lv Sochoppy.. go w.. so..3:14iPm 10:0a0m t:Zl& *:56
Lv Lanark. .. 3.. : 45pm 10: 45am 10: 05&.m 19:29"
Lv CarrabeflO.. .. .. 4:p~m ........... 10: 5Iso.. 0s.W
Ar Apalchico.. .. .. .... :..............
Now 2 HOL 4lye
Lv Apalachicola.. *** *. :3"p .. .
Lv Carrabelle.. ........ ~ 2Wpm 6:0p 4U....
Lv Lanark.- .. .... 14Aft, m :S0p~m 6:46pas 4:45...
Lv SopchoPPY.. .. 2~~ : 14pjn 7:21p~m iI
Ar Tairahaile....... 11813.33:5as" 8:35p~
Lv jac)Cville,(S. A. U1R.. ).. *:6sa.. 4:05pm ...go --00
A* PallhasseUSAB.A.L.1.).. 3:10p~m 10:009.m .... ...
Lv Tallahassee-.. ........ 1:6:25pm 6:15a~m 8: 469~m :3agai
Lv Balnbridge.. .. ..* .. .. 5:25pm 3:27a~m ArlO:26p.m 1: f...
Ar Arlington .. ... .. ...... :35pWU 10:19a.B ..... 16: l~m
Lv CuthbertAC. at e(fLi.) .. #41*459 11:SSaim ....... 0 Ar U: again
Lv Macon, (C. Of Q& 27l.).. 44lgpo ...:35pm 4:856&n
Ar Atlanta, (C. o Ga..AlY.).. 7:35.. t j7:55pim .... :I
NOTICAE::.-Yrain1Was. 59aSW 6 wflldepar e ft fawn W p j Ske at
of shotweli StreeOt, S *04GL
TIokets for Traft ,lm So abW Bo1mb~wfe is~swat 0:20a. m. utSbe
cn sale at thes ft fl ~the Oehibm Smemy O=-.0
*Truln No. 6 twI W ospil mbW at Lansik .ftr brsohbi
W. M. LIE*^ Nek 41SNIPa IL0, ALGTUft
Room 405 Thlme NOP
LAW, REAL. E1ATS, 4f0S MS
PALL"AFOOM -ft If
J" P. ST110m.
1056East Gm-w0 ins4S
rnFMM Mr Alr
i ti .;
THE PENSACOLA O.t i AL i DI ESDAY ON:IN OCOSER. 18, .1905
t 0 1,!9y-L.-' ,- Ir -~ .,..,A, -,
re You Like Some Others?
uy "Bosso" and Put fI Away!
Get Busy and Tote Fai!1
77 0 Timm Vvm
Pow or Jim bob"=
WT. % um
p. ji' .AI? SE OP3MULNANNS1g.
Itt 058 IiD~cuZ..FG.Co.,
It Has Done
w ~ S.
White in Havana during the early part of September last, I suffered ftram a severe attack of MF poirfs=er d upm y retsm to Nw 1Oriemm
u had daily attacks of slight fever, which, despite the remeales prescribed by Ay Physlcian, i .iii .I to ane, t a ii m t ota fe Sa-Ws
thee bottles of your fevet remedy, which I took according to directions for two days, and muchi t S all aism of the fever left =m; m
aliealth was also very much improved
"The medicine certlnly does M 1 You Claim for It.,
(SJqed) CC AX?.
A Dollar's Wcrth for a Sl
CITY JAIl WAS
1. A MATCH.
2. A CORA TOH
And if you have a ga
instant fire for cookie
Wirer a10tlln ..
WWhich lad the Effectof Driving PENSAC OO
I n3&.:*K ALk jm -- PA OOL m .. T
Is now shown on our coun-
ters and shelves. Every
garment is perfectly tailor.
ed and made of materials
-all wool-that will
stand the test of service
aao prove itself wortay
The patterns this season
are green and grey mix-
tures and black, with the
green and grey mixtures
leading in popularity. The
prices are $10.00. $12.00,
SUM.5, $16.50, $1".0, (2M,
pec s in Men's Wear
2OSv207 S Paldox.
in the body pages .
thrgh the kid.
nes and is filtered
and purified. In
order& that these
rgaS may per*
form their duties
should be taken
to keep dtem in
edition. If you are
a sufferer from kid.
ney trouble, try
and you will never
For Sale by
?umt Dyeing, Mem.
i and Pressng 0mb
I tht plae 1 t1, send 'our clhesto be
Wyed, Cilaned. Pressed or Repaired.
Tbey arm no% in a ;isii > i to handle
pewr work more ffici nt'y hean ever.
E. L REESE,
Pkene 675. Proprietor.
No. 11 North Palafox Street.
1- aa .I
riStners I me iar IBa
Officers to the Street.
27 East Garden Street.
LE THINGS 1i N NW
Lobelia, Br as, Palmer, 1713. for'
Hull and Rotterdam, with1,133,000
a ft lumber, 252,000 s ft lumber.
VESSELS IN "ORT.
p range in your kitchen you have an *
tg. It's economical top, to cook Arrived.
Saturnina, Span ss ,Bengoa, Liver-
Pool to Gulf Transit Co.
S C BS C Cimbria, Dan as, Hansen, Hamburg
A GA 8w to Gulf Transit Co.
Phone 14 3 Br. as. Eastlands, 2001. Thomas from
n 143. ^ St. vincent, consigned to F. 0. Howe
Ow 0 'O W--- W******4V & Co.
Harold, Nor as, 1435, Aos, London.
Katendrleht D*teh s s lockstra r
The city jail wis empty y osterd'i L *SL
afternoon for the first time in mauy M DAIRP NTINf STILLS.
years. No: even an officer ;.as inf CDAVID. |t |
locked in a cean. The cause otf sut 1 .. McMillan BrOS. CO.
,a condition was the fumigation of the M ufa- ct rs
jail, where the stegomyia and other nufm eura,
species of the mosquitoes have been Special tc The Journal. MOBILE, ALABAMA.
holding forzh for many nighV and, McDavid, Oct. 17.-It has been
days. quite a while last you iear from our
The prisoners were allowed to go little village, but nevertheless it It M AK E
into the bac-k yard during the funiign-i no sign that we are not still MinI E
tion, while Marshal $chad and furn- existence. Your correspondent has
key Murphy made for the street been keeping quiet for loak ot hews.
where they remained until the fumes These days there doesn't seem to be Naval Storee Meapket.
of the burning sulphur had passel much doing socially, and business Is Savannah, Ga., Oct. 17.-The naval
from the building, ul everywhere. stores market closed to-day as to."
It was amusing to note the manner! Everyone appears to be oeoyinz. lows:
in which persons acied who passed the delightful weather we have been WW ........................5 65
the station door. Some would walk having for the past few days. These WG .. .. .. .. ..............5 50
into the smoke which was pouring cool mornings give the impression N.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......5 25
from the door. before they realized that we will not have to wait much M.. .. .. ..................5 15
it, and as soon as they got (lear of longer for a heavy frost. K.. .. ..,...................5 05
It they would begin sneezing and tatk- V The protracted meeting, which was I.. .. .. .. .. .. .............4 85
ing of the fumigation. Even a dog to have convended this week at Ray's H.. .. .... .. .. ..............4 80
was affected in this manner, with Chapel, commencing on the 17th it- G .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ......4 75
the exception of using the bad lap- stant, was rostponed indeflnately on F.. ..... .................. 4 70
guage regarding the fumes. account of --o much illness in the comr E .. .. .....................4 35
One tld uniro woman who was munity. Rev. J. T. F"illingim filed his D).. .. .. .. .. ...............4 10
passing was affected more thaa 1 usual appointment Sunday. at eleven C...........................4 00
others, and between sneezes, .she mut- o'clock and cuite a large and apprj- Spirits Turpentine 68% cents.
tered, "Dat dare stuff is enuff to kill clative congregation was in attend4- -
yellow fever anu all other fever, let ance.
alone a poor little ole skeeter." The many friends of Miss Carrie CO TON
Bowman are grieved to learn that he The following cottdo quotations are
R L TAT s at home suffering with a very reported for The Joufnal odally by C.
REAL ESTAT vere attack of La Grippe. Mr. Bow- Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker.
man has been acting as night 0pera- Pensacola. Fla. *
TRANSACTIONS tor at the relay camp near Flomatoa. Goo, Middling .. ...........97-16
After a few weeks spent here as Strict Middling ............9 5-16
the guest of Mrs. J. E. Bowman, Mrd. Middling.. .. .. ..,.. ....93-16
D. F. Parker left Saturday for Cei- Strict Low Middllng .- ..... 8 15-16
Following is a list of the -eal es- tury where ihe will visit her sister. Stains and Tinges % to 1 cent lower.
tate transfers for the week ending Mrs. Wm. Bowman. sh
October 16. furnished by L S. Brown Died-At the age of seventy-three, New wY awons.
& Company : Judge Geo. W. Harrisor, a highly eq- New York, Oct. L1-The following
H. H. Boultr to Nellie Boulter teemed and respected citizen of out are the ruling cotton quotations for
community passed peacefully sway at today:
East half of lot 24 block 5, 011 City, his home Monday night at 7:30 in Open Close
$1.00 and other considerations. spite of all that medical science or Janqary .... ........ 9.74 9.68
Nellie Boulter to Herman Krone. loving hands could do. The inter- December ............9.64 9.58
East half of lot 24. block ., Old City, ment took place at the Bogia me-
$500. tery Tuesday afternoon and was at- Liverpool Quotations.
F. F. Bingbam to Georgia McCuff, .tended by a host of friends and rela- Liverpool. Oct. 17.-The following
lot 4, block 104, East King fract, tives who deeply mourned their loss. are the ruling cotton quotations to-
East of Tarragona, $50. day:
W. F. Creary to Lee Daniell, 50 fr. It's a mistake to imagine that itch ct.-,Nov Open Closa
X 150 ft., in block 76. West King ing piles can't be cured; a mistake to ctov .. 5.18
Tract, Belmont Numbering, $1.00. suffer a day longer than you can nelp. Dec.-Jan ..... ...... 5.25
Lee Daniell to H. H. Thornton, Doan's Ointment brings instant relief Jan.Feb.. .. .... .... 5.28
south half black 162 West King tract, and permanent cure. At any drug Feb-Mar ............5.30
except west 30 ft., lots 1 to 4 and store, 50 cents. Apr .. ......535
south 5 ft., lot 5. W. F. Lee pian, uneJuly ..........5.39
A. A. Fisher to T. J. /iggins. lot 13 BARBER SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT. PHILLIf S J ,
in square 308 New City, Lee and We have now in -our employ Dick tLO
Harding plan, $45.00. Gagnet, the well known toenerial ar-
May H. Gonzalez to Iee Daniell, tist. You will find him at the Collinb S ARE OFIN6
south half block 162, Wes! King Tract Bros. Barber Shop, 204 8. PaWfox t.
less east 30 ft., lots 1 to 4, and south 18octlw.
5 ft., lot 4, $200.00. I
Benjamin Hilton to Lee Daniell lots By Associated Press. 9
11 to 16, inclusive, in block 65, New Piilidelphbia, Oct. 17.-As a re- a
City $1.00._ ward for winning the American Lea-
J W. Hyer to Lee Daniel, undividel wgue baseball championship pentan
half intero< o; S, of SE 1 of aS Wv the eighteen players of the Philadel- a
4 ard NE & o* SE 14 of SW & sec. phila club were Monday presented by t
3. Tp 2. N R 31 W, $ rA. 00u PlIPresident Shibc of the club wlth i
Eva D. Pfeffer to Mary A. Poh- f an8,131.49, to be divided equally amo.g
man. lot 17 a-i north half h't 18 blOck the men.-' This Is the amount of the
S. Belmont 'l'ract. West half of Sq. NA r v Pniladelphla club's portion of the re- c
S0 East King Tract North 23 fo.. C N No oeipts for the first four games of the K
9 inches of south 76 ft 4" inm'hes of world's championship series. Tfe
lot 278, O1, City, $1.00 and other con-
Same to J. S. Pfelffer and George
Pfeiffer. Jr.. East 10 ft. lot 4 ind all
lot :. block 25, New City. fronting on
Chase St., lee and Harding plat.
Lots 19 and 20, Sq. 2 Belmont. Lot
S in block 14, Belmont. Lots 9 and
Ito block 3. Donelson, on West Rio-
miana St. $1.00 and other considera-
i.ouls Pfeiffer, Edw. Pfeiffer, C. W.
P;cffer. Eva D. Pfeiffer, Eva D. Hall-
mark. G. 0. Hallmark, Mary A. and
Henry Pohlrman. Carrie Pfeiffer. Paul-.
in( E. and W. J. Berry., Madeline and
B Pfteiffer to__eo. Pfeiffer to Geo.
Pfeiffer. Jr. and J. S. Pfeiffer, E 10
t:.. lot 4. all lot 5, block 35. New City,
lA-ts 9 ani 10, block 3, Donelson
Tract. I.o. 18 and 20, block 2, Bel-'
mont. Lot 2 black 14,. Belmont. $1.00'
and other coL-iderations. I
Nancy Rivers to Fair Rivers, lot
26. blowk -;, Ea-t King Tract. West'
Tarragona. $150 00.
J. W. T?rry to Lee Daniel lTxs 10
and 9 and east halt lot 8, block 70,.
New City, $1.00 and other consideras-
T. C. Watson to Lee Danieil. NWI
of block 12!, West King Tract, $95.00.
Is it a burn? Use Dr. Thomas'.
Electric Oil. A cut' Use Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. At your drig-l
Acquaint yourself with the offers in|
The Journal' Wan4t Ad. Column&. |
Exztrv&gf E u
Wherever you go you will
see our clothes a Buank-
ers, Lawyers, hystieims,
Business Men-men who
have learned how to spea4
money in a business-like
way and know the aset
value of good clothes.
You will, probably, be uWn
able to distinguish thoe
we clothe from those who
still goo higher priced
tailors. It means, *hen
a man buys here: More
clothes per year for the
same expenditure or as
many clothes for much
Fall Hats, Shoes and Purnish.
ings of aq sorts at prices that
have never yet caused a feeling
He. 0. A$NSM
Philadelphia players also receive
$6.848.46 as their portion of the re-
ceipts of the world's championship
allotted them by the National League
Commission. I "
TO latet to cur&- & l)d .Af #+ M... "
gumption has fastene.d iks edllv Evin
1364, Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
Br. ss. Labelia, Watson, Verra Czas,
Keyser & Co., 1913.
Br. ss. Labelia, Palmer, from Vera
Cruz, to W. S. Keyser & Co.
Lovaine, Br as, Anderson, .855,
Rio Janerio to the W S. Keyser Co.
Pecklington, Br ss, Whyte, 885, Gal-
veston to J. A. Merritt & Co. I
Tugela, Br as, Lacock, 2148, Vera
Cruz to H. Baara & Cd. 0 -
Vivina, Span as, Bustinza, 1988, IAv-
, erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
men *o Master.
Nor. ship Ilala, 1248, Andreusen,
from Leith, to Master.
Itl. ship Trinlto, 1472, Santagule,
from Rio Janerlo to Rosasco Bros.
Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 1998,
Fleetwood to Southern States Lum-
Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quall, from
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Gloucester to order.
Ger. bk. Gqin, 1375, Falk, from
Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. 'Patter-
t-en, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268.
Nor. bk. East Craft 1)48, Johnso,'
from Dublin to Master.
Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227
Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ellifren, from
Liverpool, to Alex Zelius.
Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors-
grind to A. Zelius.
Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nilson, 1476,
Troon to A. Zellus.
Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen.
Doris, Am sch. Wilkie. 310 Havana
Eima, Br sch, Henebery. 299 H'-
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axclson, 55,
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Geo. May, Davis, ilivere, 554.
A TERSELY TOLD 1
TR BUSINESS LOCALS.
Hienrix & Carpenter will furnish
estnatmes on building and painting
and j'Ive personal attention to work.
922 1. Strong, and 824 East LaRua
McKinzie Oerting f Co., wholesale
and retail ship chand.'ers and grocers,
he only first-class house of the kind
n Pensacola. Fair 2es. to alL
Why use inferior paper, when you
can buy KelsQ Bond, F-cnch Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
rhomplOn's. 30 S. Palafox.
SNeither the Captain, own-
jAM er or consignee of the Nor.
M bk. Bonheur will be respon-
esible for any debts contrac'-
ed by the crew of said yes-
i. A. MgRIITT, Agt.
OBi the lugs. Take Dr. Wood's Nor-
way Pine Syrup while yft there i OPENING OF THE
NEWS NOTES OF THE CLASSICAL SCHOOL
VILLAGE OF OLIVE
special to Teo Journal. At a meeting of the advisory board
Olive Oct. IT.-Mr." Marvin Merritt of the Pensacola Classical School held
was greatly disappointed at Escimbia Sept. 25, 1905, it was foun'advisable to
nation Saturday n ag when the train! postpone the opening of the coming
arrived at 10:20 an4 Rev. W. F. Mar- session until more favorable condl-
tin did not put in ar appearance. He tons prevail.
was to preach at Oive Baptist H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
church Saturday .mi- ad Sunday at Principal.
11 a. m. We hope he will come next
time. ONE SUSPICIOUS CASE AT
There will be a party at Mrs. D. THE COUNTY JAIL
M. Merritt's next Thursday night,
Oct 19 to celebrate Miss Lizz!e =er- One suspicious case of fever exists
VittS tirtbtiy aftMalversTry. ver at the county jail, but so far it has not
body is cordially invited to attend, been diagnosed as being any particu-
TO lar lever. The patient is a negro, who
TO THE TRADE* has bas coneied there for somee time.
On account at quarantine, we wall Jair Bobe denies that the jail was
not undertake to establiAh a Praacn hfumieust during yes~rday, as there
oause in Pensacola until same is is pa .qible way to fmdigate the
vokod. We will make all oil 4 jd, ~ ithat trastferri~g the sixty or
a int peMtst from Mobile. Ale. tus prim ere to some ater plae
Some wiU go forward promptly. SaM He uo o 4 iente ephattletay tha0 he
us your edera for high grade ilst yaiamher.m to suppre aythi g ab7t.
1KB t OL 00 he -npk = e. = we e
_6116 4bT4**mammas 10M I
There K blever Be AI y este
*I leepm gmt prmition of We asres a
Protcctig to Ya # d Cahidre.
An ro"cy Li -ho st"*
-- MWhI ,a protection to your family w a
The UWfi Central Life
w oet rate lowr ex s "f tIS r m
m W lor ym" ta 4wnd"am wm.
*5 WI~*lF Q~ral ~Aggf
IrOn -WJI !arnSUpplyCo
MACNINCRY AND BOILERS
FOftGrNGS, WILL. AND STEAMSH4IP SUPPUESM
STEA$"! "IPAING A SPECIALTY
V~ omamwgivn ordersd"*ay or 210 Aet
for e.mml&- 's & embsratedLog sa" limber Dp
c 49a n fal auplh
enPlu Me 5PHIL W I I IRAN."
Sewsomwspo" IM P. 06s
WM. H. KNOWISI, Presideat
''HOS. W. BRENT, AsMt. Casler.
W. K. HYR, JR, V.-Pr ad CaM- r
W. N. ROEBRT8, Aut. Casuhr.
First National Bank
DIRECTORS s CrnS. A4ous W. Koi
Fowrein mc Exce Iot S
We draw or em. Bll of Ex-
change on er*t Brtait, nlrland,
Gormany, P FW Autrs Italy,
Holland, SpsmW elO n Muia,
Norway, Swedoeu Dommrk, ald
other Europemn oeVmrlft.
Vesso disbursed upon the n
Favorable Term, and their
gstieu taken paysple at Porst f
Deestinalon T-o Days After eo-
sal Arrives thoWe
Safety Depos# Do Fo. RIn h Cowuediwa with which we
han a I m a I o frtheeuse of Rento
L.PON pIer 6, 1
Citiva M National Dank,
OM w .3s fel" Bow.y VAN
A AMII&SU SI BUU TRAMATM
I__~-E;;~~ I-. 1 -- -Li
NA b ,i.
k. L.dovoi-r*K o i .AL ILCLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vk .Fuwgwurt. JUG. PPSIWI*. AWLt COMOe
THE AMIIAP IMUIAL BANK
DESIGNOITD r OZf0MITORY OF UNITED S7jk7 IM
Cag~m Stu*k, S0000tomsunpug, 6401000
A. A Avery,
317a D~V*.W.KMI utms. ri0
Fryle 0.3.L VauMa
rrmk -efuy.W. I&. cawtboms
W. it. XONUMM& C. A. 701d6,
T. r. CMcroitt Dr. W. J. Haash1
F. IL31RwaffsMcKenzie Oebg.tm
C. W. Luar, Alex xcoowtu,
J. IL a~w~derC.. XCovlgtam.
Accounts o fllD a*W hVIU% @ r.l5II S, -j FIU'UIS$04i
fPow pPr eeuit.Ifteet paiw on Ti6. Depeelt
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