The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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aim p uu1u9% mnuE rinrn V EILR Attorneys Have Passage at Arms Over iI CA
kUiSKulll blbLLS rIPLED DECIl Methods Used in Examination of Wit- H1110 IjES

nesses-McCurdy on the Stand. IINST THF
fr-By Assocated Press. for President McCurdy, of the Mutual b Ill J I IL
WEo NO W U 0tN Fh R eNw York Oct. e .-l the insur- Life. Beck declared Hughes mislead A IO D
S0n ... F N York, Oct 1.-- the i ..u.. te public by not following out the
Chance Ivestlgat o dy thedistrict anesuofeInterrogati n and by dropping
'I-w C aseFr, Wed attorney's office was called upon andI a subject before a witness was allow-
'k -lBquestioned regarding an arrest for ed to explain fully. Chairman Arm-
Sf. perjury on testimony given before the, strong declaredd witness had placed
committee, which Is now being con-1 himself in his present position by an
WHT BLIEVE DIES sidered. I evasive answer. He added that wit-
S D. WHITE BELIEVES DISEASE George J. Plunkett. in the employ of nesses should be treated with all pos- Inter-Sia Commer Commis-
ILt L E CO-MPL ETELYMI ER W ILL D, a stationery firm from which the Mu- sible courtesy. "' III
S _ T WILL BE COMPLETELY ERADI- tual Life purchased supplies, declared Toward the close of the days ses- k fr

'Vm T-- W&-, VIAVE "lars for the firm, for which a receipt- to the stand, being interrogated on
I SP -w:in WWIL ww4ilAVRe U-L_ --NO DEVELOPMENTS IN QUAR- ed bilH was shown. t'ust companies with which the Mu- e
m I .D CPOK IN rN 3 Another feature of the day was a tual Life was connected and subsidy
avo I",.IM TM -- A v ANTINE SITUATION. passage at arms between Chairman iary companies ot the Mutual, and
i M T 'N UNION cIity ia, so bager has Arstrong, of the conjattee, counsel was still on the stand when aljourn- By Asociated Pres
ingpg gr a street re l e Hughes and James eck, counsel ment was taken. ) Washington, Oct. 18.-Tae Inter-
s Iag by tae ord of By Associated Press. State Commerce Com on today
"I' .D.7 yl PI LS )ani a rWaftes oon, began hearings in the matter of its
e as Chis -. G -so-------e Ne L 11 complaint against ten railroad com-
gl--- "o wh foo Sr some New Orleans, Oct. 18.--o- *s and
th i,. The resn- lowing is the official yellow fey- l E pansies and th ree private car line"
t 0 4 vaesat, dis- er report to 6 clock p. m: alleng Unjust and unreasonable"
OL c ft i.t chled r. I New cases 6; total to ate charges for refrigerating fruits and
1:g- S I i thdt" y tMs| Whem the avemu erd ,49. vegetables in transit.
Sba-Ue t tr 4hart g gs i sad Mr. Zelius Deaths 0: total to date 425. It is understood the commission,
Sa At E te to be Cases under treatment 114. instigating the complaints for the
asf id O1lDIlPV l| n Charge of Failure to Report A pureo festasis"ig is id
t Thbdwastios over private car lines a cor-
S Of Within F resting evils complained of.
,41p p ubage S, Th lowest New rln C-- U U n ON n ICY Is Case of few Within Fiver e The g o w bt o
01 16 .AlA A the tUM r S d Now Orleans, Oct. 18.-The steady Hu According to Law. p o diction, the amporit
Srns sme time b t l improvements in the favorable fever RGDthe commission over its b ~ness,
ntopoor fa uMrs. Usorvlt* %y naklag ead the e trect was situation was maintained today, with claiming the private car business is
BMM M0t6Iry LeA sad swer- thea g t1 Mi. M oU. e ld, the xt another exceedingly low record. DR. HERRON WAS DISCHARGED not inter-state commerce.
II t *gt Kstengraperm Sec lowt bldi. He stseW it. The Dr. White disclaims the assertion A T
S agve o th t the mW/pe r year e. The Athat the fever is completely eradicat- A THE CTY AILED T MAKE MOHONK
Oremssmm sa T7%0e trita e011- contat w tmT awarded 'him. He Ge, but says it may be a week or two A CASE AGAINST HIM--DR. LA
soft 9 gMr m i .-0 l t t waft the e hbed 4 9 it tw aUp before the last case is reported. PI l i LLIPS WILL APPEAL HIS F DF PF
-d l t While fumigation has been discon CONfERENCEL L
Iea t tw,,bqu f at-'-t upWritten- tnued, disinfection i carrid ko 'rs of E.
ftm Vhu M &tmst brto ht ^ l', Ws Atts last on wherever a case of fever extits. J.
te prM agm -I *on d at the restr e0. meatig Se obaA RedM auea Super- There are so developments in the P|M t f The case of Or. L. C. Phillips and By Associated Pr.
Sa speec. A bil t t who left at the out- quarantine situation but the express Dr. Jas. H. Herron, both charged with Lake Mohonk N. Y. Oct. 18.-The
S. ale a Asaln W -- I V U mf .r0, t o ir retay companies have formulated lists of rr a v1cLation sf the ,eity orddnancet IAke Mohonk conference of Frieda
2- Em No m pld ces which mow lo d t by failing to report -sc of fever of the Indians and other dependent
I i,, S ,, t w --k 3111"r- Pl"ces whic h, ow .,ow,, shim ont of within five hours, were tried in the people oped here toy. Dr. 1 y-
t et ea WWef t Pgatg * Ntblw h formerly wholly tired a amictpal court y. t mow :ng man- Al4ott was latcoduced. As pro
Sr te dge Laney press The result ing ocer ad made a add
S a special e M. Carte wo was ovicted of eat- was that Dr. Phillips vas lued $25 Dr. Abott was followed by MAss
SW it I B ATE tl aeomilon dollars from and costs, while Dr. Herron was dIs- Emily S. Cook of the Indian off ce
e a M be aseer- MU RPH I AT N the IoveeaeM today charged before charged, *he c'ty failing- to mafB a
sendeda M amedawaA b e tabees t Twhetht oor not Mr. Ohdes had. Special Bkmlnetr Wyman that the case against him.
cat t ved the re the board, BY M GOVER finding of the crtmart which de- The case of Dr. Phlly w te and City Health Officer Perpon.
beauMlftd with the Natio]al eoitrs. so a adjoun t wme takac until flared Carter guilty .was the result first to be called. He was represent- Dr. Porter stated that he had been
S special o, mtise bead"- ., o he could be r ed. of a conspiracy among army officers ed by Jas. R. Landrum, while Le called to the home of Mrs. Sweet by i
.A.p.a ae or to s 4 ttio communication constituting the courtmartial. He de-' city was represented by Attorney Mrs. Spencer, who stated that her
er 1 eana1ueIr hbwe4 the rp'elq- with him at A rm -nem over the long By Associated Press. cared he was condemned ans sen- John B. Jones. The case occu)tled daughter, Mrs. Sweet, was ill, and as a
d 4f r sd welcomed him. The dastamee tel~0oe were -mally sue- Philadelphia, Oct. 18.-Terry Mc-itenced to prison at a hearing which the attention of the court 2or some she was a distant relative, he vent
N, W tenL eseort~d to a eeful, and he w asked if be had re- Govern defeated Tommy Murphy u r either he nor his attorney was allow- hours. Ito the home, where he found Mr.
plaada In the capitl square by the celved the O[AUmation of the one round tonight at the National Ath- ed to attend. He said General Otis, It was alleged that Dr. Phillips ihad Sweet witn a very pronounced case
aitery. Mayor McCarthy pbefent- board, to wh4i ereped that be had., ietic Club. He knocked Murphy 'own the presiding officer of the court, plot failed to report the case of fever of of yellow fever, but that Mrs. Scet
ed4 t gever r who in a brief compli- He was theb aked what he latended 1 sx times in the two minutes the led with the prosecuting attorney to Fred A. Sweet, who has been ill for while ill, had net reached the stage t
Shteduce4d the preal- doi about en matter. le said tnat round lasted. The referee stopped secure his conviction and named other some days. The witnesses for the where the fever had developed.
Lt i- l was receive he did got ate doing sythulag. the bout. officers In the same connection. city were State Health Officer Porter Later he met Dr. Philip, and told
with estbdmakc shouts and ceers, Oaf 00ieflared Vaaint. him what he had found at the siame,
d ae asaddress whlr: was' K l the afternoon the board re- this being done in the presence
S atf anlae. convened. wha the reply of Mr. Gin- Dr. Anderson. Notwithstanding the c
gles was *ade ksowa After some no report had been filed in the (?ice
discussion the following resoloton wus n of the case. B
rasd IOM N 1 0 N passed: WIS cCity Health Officer Pierpont testi-
WtUT TO ATLANTA "Whereas. The street superinten- ( I Aft l V fled that Dr. Phillips had failed to
dent has not. eteraed to his post of F iO] / '''.LL' 'MWHAT make any report of tb ca-e to his
L O LctI-The pres.de-dty. nor r Ia' t f coafrmity to the { 1 CA I office, as required by law.
Is llt t. l Io at sev oe loc.k ta reskuto U atede at the la t meet. LL T A Judge Landrunm counsel for the de-
t-- a .oe theS eaboarl Atr ing of the DBaid, thlereltre be it, fendant, endeavored to show that it
Sle arty win 4emolved., Taathe o e street was the duty of the state health offl-
A pl mat early ta/ orro* Mte t .m k and the same is I" cer to make this report inasmuch aa ^
at one o'clock :n hereby de(laged *acent.".he had seen the patent.
S1 s wal The meettg the adjourned until Recorder Lazney, however, ruled t
m1.%g- o physician complied with the otae d
gi.i rhli ,54. ITOWeN I i n law in reporting to Dr. Porter, he had t
P wrill ,'acya e w aad a .) lna TOI RH W K t U/ violated the city ordinances by til- s
ilA at tea a.. a, central tlnve. IO ing to report t) the city health officer, t
-'TOR rYTORNADO p and fined him $25 and costs.
nAT>O A= Lp'^ Map. Dr. Herron Discharged.
St. Louls Oct. 18.-A torando struck ... JR l' It was shown that he had reportedly a
|.L|. HIM1|F 'tlI village of 3orrenTo, inio. S2 I } the case of fever to the city heaitha
nLl iVlO.LI iles lortheast of S. Louis last night. N j officer. The city had but little evi- b
killing eight person and injuring 35 / I dence, anI the recorder after .sun t
others, aeversl fatsy. The damage n:ing up t', evident e sratel t:,-t t
TIOWA BANK OFa ALLEW ,ENY to property will reach eighty to one tit ,v ilna(la he no case, P dcL' i
!ATIO1A4. BANK OP ...... .hundred thouand dollar. Forty" c:ar!;.x1 the dolendlant. In doing o
CLMO n FOR EXAMINATION 'houes were blown from their founda- i the recorlr d;d not bring nto tho
tinos are entirely wrecked. e matter the qut.ction ,'f p'yizsins w
OPA CONT$. i ( i-" rp ,rting their cases of fever by mail V
STATF AFFfIC but simply ried upon thle eideicuh
T&TF O F~~tFR~r / ,,,., ', ,,,,. ,, o o,.. .,,

% U arow W I0 wVA%,-MV
i tie -.1.-s. e CIark. A L RANOMINA ED
t rof the terprise Natka
k ,- Afnlexm. today fatally shot By AsmAed Prm .
it~Im a e this afterUoo. Providenee,. I L, Oct. 18.-Governor
M y George Utter Mad all the other pres-
O Ctk's set. National Bank ml- ent state oSeers were renominated
8r mNng visited the bank and by acclamaUt at theatlepublican state
after a u .tigation otfled the covention here todai. The platform
e-ctaae.tora the cur escy. who paid high tribute to President Roose-
Wf.e CM a to take charge% sit and rearmaed the Republican
C the binkI The doors were l ed principles of protection.
this aftermMes
T`e d LMet and this after- Preparkng ReeMw Vesels.
no a'neinined that nothing was
*raag Wt Clark's accounts, so far Cherbourg. Oct. 18.-Active work is
asko bets i investigation of thesgoing on here in preparing reserve
0ks vwe6 tab. -. easels for service a case of eventual-
t<*$Wt Moe ~v #I I W6MW&MATho l pIad

Act u pmn the request of State.
O Otrer Porter, Mayor BMss
vM g authority to the force
f musicians asmaocated with Dr. Por-
twn, clothai them with the power of
sa litary Ipeersn, An order that they
S a ny enter aby house where they may
cmwt aMt fever exists.
pThe kvuidte appointed are Drw.
argis. AadrWona, Kemnedty ad

wets in V eneCtU x *iUe arse anu
artillery n'UpWrttetatLlso are working
at full pressure T craser Desaix
took large stores at ammuniton for
Fort de France, slad of Martinique.
By Aseselatd Peum
Washingt. Oct. 18.-Thte Supreme
Council of the outheb j Ildiction.
Peotish rite ma* a*, today adopted a
mearure ma ag CIttelsnmhip of the
United Statesa eoanry a qtuaiA--
cation to abspsbs.




Low Record of Wednesday Gives
The Situation a Cheer-
ful Aspect


Which Occurred After Official be-
port Was Made Up.




-* Following is the official sum-
-k mary of the yellow fever Aitua- -'
- tlon up to last night:
' New cases ................ 8
o Total to date..............438 -*
-" Deaths yesterday.......... 0 4
- Total deaths to date....... 2
ZX Cases discharged .........211
, Cases untldr treatment....165 V

The yellow fever situation presents
another cheerful outlook today. Only'
eight cases with no deaths was the of,
ficial report compiled last night at tht.
office of State H.'alth Officer Portei.
and is a big improvement in the num
ber of new cases over the da) prevk
For some days the number of nee
cases developing each day has beer
slowly diminishing and the hope of th.
oflcials and physicians is that it cas
be 'kept down, although it is expected
that on some days it will show an ins
crease over the present number.
The New Cases.
The eight new cas ,s to be reported
up to last night. ar, as follows:
Carter Noll, colr.'!. .- 1.2 East Wright
Mamie Ashland, H Frron's Wharf.
Miss Anianda Juohn.-on, 414 Eaz.t
Main street.
Mary Aibritton, colored, City Hospi-
Lewis Shuttleworth, 101 East Ro-
mana street.
A. J. Murphy. 42,) Haynt street.
John Cox, 427 East Zarragossa
Mrs. J. N. Bar;ow, ;o East Wright
Alderman Wright Resting Easy.
Alderman William IP. Wright is
imong the prominilnln ;t: ,(ents who aro
now suffering with ... yellow fevcr.
His condition la.W nighr was very
good and he was rt~.;i. quieKi3. Mr.
Wright was amon ; :.- reported
Monday as having th-i ,,vr He was
aken ill during the la' :er portion of
ast week, and Sunday his case was
tiagnosed as yellow f ver. lie sl at
he home of his mother on Gregory
street. His friends in the city hope
o see him out within a short time.
Charlie Touart Expires.
Charlie Touart, a young man reste-
ng at thie corner o i-'lorida Blanca
and Intendencia str' (ts, expired last
light at P o'clock of the Ievrr. f1L ha-
been ill for ten dai.s, andl for the pastL
wo days it was not :expected that he
would surviv*,. TI'1- ..- Ii;g hiau real-
t i at i-,.r ... ,.;';r,_ c:i, n, and
r f b ifor- he expir l r ,(al ,i hia lwot h-
r to his ') ..,,, an ;'.,l 'hr taat he
ras d.1ing. 1 'iacin, ; is ar,,. about
T.r he et-x.rtr4I.
The d,'.a:r' 'va. !ik.! 'y a;' with

practically none except the written enlm hr w V.u>, *i He .w il beI
report of the physician. remember, a ? .0 v.;. plvyed u sail
I f te p ia Iwith the P- n-ac'ula ,;am for th.l pa&i.
Statement of Dr. Phillips. two or ;rl:e -,, ,nd wa, hihly
r. PF.il:Ts made the fol!owins. e.teelmed bL4y 'hle IL *n, r: of r,... t,am.
state ,1ent iclative to the case to The Jack Cox Very Low
J(ciurnal a-;t niht:JackCoxVeryLow.
"Dr. P(r'er on the witness -tand Jack Cux. wh hs -,'n :'. f.r .ome
i '...'_rdlay tid'.iatted th.at I rir,orted dl ys, wa.sd3 r(. .- 1 lar: ni-,11,1 as ijeina
the ease of Mrs. Sweet, but d;;l r ct! quite lov. In i',,f' :.- co,;. i o was
remember that I h:ad report] Mr. s ated yes.ter;a. i ... 1 -.-iical, au<.
Svwk. t's vase wv,- ?s a matter ,if it is itar.:l rha' i..-. .': js rvive
fact, both w r. reporte' at the- same He re. ;.ies with A. S C..x, , 427 EaSt
tim-, and ulpo: the same slip o' Zarragosa -:,'Oet;.
S"In Dr. Pi rnont's testimony h1e Fum.iation Progressing.
said that i:e L h. never received a The fu:niga:.n .,ork is progression.
fever reno.,t f:t!n me. I reported; nicely and Lh, A'irk hso far done is
thri., ca'es i; ir. Pierp nt, on, on' \*-ry si .s:a: u -rlay the
thr re-guar '".:nk and two 1: toal- I rce', u:.,er ';L. si, ; si.inm ,of DIrs.
phone. The tw., I made by :elk-p n .ie, Knnedy and i/Aleai .rort.. funitlate-l
v.cre repeadtd t:' me and the p:r.son' 2) houses, wiic.1 i., the recurdl su tar
re eiving them said 'Dr. Phlli, j i:, for one day's work.
rreporting these cases.' There ,. e Nineteer-n to Camp.
mainly some mnitake about ;he testi- Netee to Camp.
monv of Dr. Picrporit, as I Kno-V that Nineteen persons left ys-erdlay f:or
the lists I reported by telepnone were the detention camp A n:iuber jof
given to Dr. Pierpont's assistants for 'these were color. p1 ;;erons.. Not-
personal calls. withstanding this nunj:-r there will
"I am greatly surprised at the ac- be vacancies toray in tha camp for
tricn of the court In fining me, as I twenty-eight, and this number can
have never even attempted to con- be accommodated. A large number of
ccal a case of fever and have report- those now there will be released te
e!e all cases promptly to the health day, having remained the requ r
authorities." perit

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Some New Men

M OST eC th e mm recently
meate have tsever before
gone to the matUonal capital
with the privilege of receiving their
mail in the senate chamber. knd some
of them are new to Washington.
Thomas Henry Carter of Montana is a
notable exception, and Mil senatorial
record from 1689 to 1901 has not been
permitted to grow dim on account of
inactivity on the senators part during
the interim. James A. Hemenway and
Elmer J. Burkett are well known at
the capitol. George Sutherland of
Utah. too. is not a stranger in the na-
tion's legistattve halls. He was eon-
greasrnan from his state from 1901 to
1903. Two of the new senators are
comparatlvety unknown In the political
field. Neithlr Frank I'. Flint of Cali-
fornia nor tGeiorge 8. Nixon of Nevada
has had any eslrcial prominent in af-
fairs of stiite-. That circumstance, how-
ever, is not to the4r discredit, for many
a clever staitesman has been similarly
injected hiltc his proper sphere. Mor-
gan Gardner Bulkeley. Connecticut's
ne-w senator,. who has been chosen to
assume the toga worn by General Haw-
ley. ucwoeeded long ago tn estracting a
good deal of reputation out of state
politics, and he needs no herald to pro-
claim his entrance into the national
Thomas H. Carl "r has long been re-
garded as a political phenomenon. Mr.
Ca4Lrtr was born in Scioto county, 0.,
In 1854. He received a common school
education only. not.having an oppor-
tunity to go to college. After several
years of strugting for a mere extlt-
ence, during which he was engaged in
turn at farming, railroading, school-
teaching and as book agent, he man-
aged with great effort to b-oome quali-
fied to practice law. He labored pro-
fessionally for awhile at Burlington.
Ia.. and In 1882 removed to Helena,
In 1889, even then a successul lawyer
and an active local politician. Carter
waA elected delegate In congress from
the territory. When Montana was ad-
mitted Into the Union be was made the
new state's first congreaman. From
that period his rise was rapid. In 1891
he became United States land commis-
stoner and the next year wax made
chairman of the Repubteain national
committee. In this position he becameI
known to the ea.atry at large as a man
of unusual 'political sagacity. He was
elected senator in 1895, but was retired
at the close of his six year term. Sen-I
ator Carter applied himself to the man-
agement of hit large bsidnes interests
with unabated vigor and was subte-


Will Wr the Senatorial Toga

art*$ fr t dth and iSfigrated to Salt
Lake City When tht EWttare senator ws-
a baby. George was educated in the
Mormon academy at Salt Lake City
fand supplemented his- studies there
with a course in law at the University
or Michigan. He practiced his profes-
silon at SU.t lake City and was sue-
cessful from the beginning. Mr. Suth-
erland was a member of the first state
legislature in 1896 and was sent to
-, congress in 1901.
Frank P. FUnt, elseftd by the Call-
fornia leglatuft to sft icceed Thomas
H. Bard in the senate, was born at
North Reading, Mass., in 1862. When
lI' he was tee years of age his parents
removed to San Francisco, and their
sontwas educated in the puble schools.
In 1885 Mr. Flint settled in Los An-
geles and began the practice of law.
He is a member of the firm of Flint &
/B arker, leading attorneys in southern
California. He served as United States
attorney for foot years anrid ham been
active in Republican politics. Flint is
a member of the Los Angeles chamber
of commerce, Vice president of the Los
Angeles National bank and a director
O..SU RLin most of the leading financial enter-
"ORANprises of the city. He was married in
1890 to Katherine 3. Bless of Los An-
geles, and they have two children-

quently appointed United States com Katherine, aged thirteen, and William.
missioner to the Louisiana Puarchase aged eleven.
exposition and afterward served as Elmer Jacob Burkett, succeeding
president of the association. His re- Charles Henry Dietrich, Is a native of
elictdon to the United States senate H rIowa, born in 1867. He will be the
followed a short time ago. youngest man in the senate. He is an
Moigan (Mrdner Bulkeley was born alumnus of Tabor college, Tabor. Ia..
at East Haddam, Conn. When he was and for two years after graduation was
a small Loy his parents removed to principal of a public school at Leigh,
Hartford, and his father eventually be- Ia. Mr. Burkett chose law for a pro-
came president of the t"na Life Insur- fession and has practiced at Lincoln,
ance company. Senator Elect elk*Iey Neb, since 1893. He was elected to the
obtained his education in the Hartford Fifty-sixth. VIfty-seventh and Fifty-
public schools, at the age of fourteen eighth congresses.
eboosing a businessq career. He went .James A. Hemenway, who e il MItve
to krooklyn and embarked in th me- the place in the senate vacated by Vice
centile trade with his uncle. He was President FaIrbanks, was born at
very prosiKrous and at the breaking Boonville, Ind., in 1860. Like so many
out of the civil war was a partner in of the newest batch of senators, he is
the concern. He enlisted as a private not college bred. He read law private-
in the Thirteenth New York volunteers ly and was admitted to the bar in 1835.
and served with distinction. In 1672 He rose.to distinction in his profession.
Mr. Bulkeley's father died, and the son He was sent to congress in 1895 and
returned to Hartford to assume his has remained there until now.
largely increased business responsibilJ- James S. Nixon, who lihas been given
ties. He succeeded to the presidency Wf the opportunity to follow so noted a
the Etna and was one of the founders statesman as the Veteran William Mt or-
of the United States bank of HartSord.r ris Stewart, is a banker at Winnemne-
1H, soon became prominent in muniel- ca. Nev. Mr. Nixon took an setive 4art
pal affairs, serving as alderman and in the recent politiesta uplheaval in Ne-
mayor. He was elected governor of FLAWP.LINT vada, and his present elevation is due
Connecticut in 1889. Senator elect to his efforts in bringing about the
1tulkeley is sixty-seven years of age Thomas Kearns as senator from Utah, triumph of his party. He is a man of
and a man of great wealth and high so- is an Englishman, born in Bucking- excellent reputati,& and has been of
cial standing. hanmshire I1 1862. His family was great service in the development of his
George utherland, who Will "cceed converted to Mormoir oni ;: mtuion- state. JAMW i L. TP*hVATHAN,.


The picture illustrates a method de-
vised by the Russianst ta the repair of
ships when large dry docks are not
available. The Muscovites found it very
serviceable in the repMir o some of
their battleships damaad by the Japa-
nese. Such a makeshlt may &e ccka-

fIIIm~~fflffwY~~Y~ff~~Y '4rA'Y~
4'k4U~,. ,J~L8UCkainqZ1Ifh,

structed of sufiMt#it site to permit ves-
sels of any tonnage to be repaired. Be-
low three till sheer poles a staging
somewhat Itke a lateral section of
ont ffec of s'&aving d ok ins erected.
When the damaged vessel is brought
alongside she is heeled over until the
defect Is exposed, and the Worknmen'
have access by the staging to the part
needing attention.

The czar owns 100 palaces and cha-
teaux scattered all over Ruspla. It
takes about 35,000 menservants to care
for them, and their salaries amount to
$4,000,000 a year. In the stables are
more than 5,.000 horses. Sixty-two of
these royal residences the csar has nev-
er seen.



The cut shows a tunnel on the new railway nlii-h the Russian government
has constructed around Lake lBaikal. a point on its Tr.issiberian line. The lake
has been a, great obstacle to navigation. making a serious br,. ak in the route to
Manchuria. and ha\iti, to be crossed by ibi, ts in sumnmr ;anil by a temporary
railway l1diid n the i<', in wTinter. Th< new road a:T-un.,I the lake. fifty miles in
1. netii h, s lt,-n built ,t great expense. having thitiy-t -iTt tunnels and thirteen
covered A.aie'-iet.N At the entrance and exnt of every tuunel are guards who are
on duty night :.nl day. Posts are estalblihed -t suitable distances.


This graphic sketch defect the advance of the Japanese in Korea during
the early days of the campaign. The troop seems to be well equipped, and the
rugged contour Of the regfta suggests the difficulty of the movement.





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The s P.h.ol at which the present officers of the Japanese navy received The self ~lndacn ladder shown in the cut has been employed with very fa-
r"u< h ,f h. ir training is situated near the national capital of Japan. Tokyo, vorable results In a auaber of recent aes. It requai no supporting wall and
S. -'i,* ,ent ePstte of one of the former f-udal lors,. or daimlos. named may be pi4ace at seMwe 41 trfa a burning beftlng. It has been fo0ud to
Shi't-ak'' Shosho of Kuwana. The miksdo's naval academy is modeled on be exceedingly O*Aemn ta tai e MreS, With thar bee4, to a point *lvated
Euro;,:e :.n. American line-, and is not largely difft-rt t in its course of study far above a flamig structae. It has also demonstrated its usefulness as an eM-
frv., that at Annapolis. The accompanying cut shows the main building, cape, its remgtn & e fom b the heraNta sartfae h gr f ay in its favor

protests to the authorities At Washing-
ton., but the traffic has not yet been
suppressed. It adds greatly to the dif-
ficulty of overthrowing idol worship to
be confronted with the fact that the
man made deities are the product of
one's own country. That is the prob-
lem American missionaries have been
obliged to face.

The eut repefweae s ilvemsent whtbi leads from the street to the west 466.
of the Church osf t. C e a#t Bs oome In Monterey, Cal. There cuios if .-
romunlik objets in ute pdsement are the vertebrae of whales. When 60 ftur
was a part of Mexicok, XK terey was the ectMer of the whalnag trade tha 's
business Of 0oUat6Wl Importance on the coast The ehreb tIs a umilamb
founded at a# early Ody oy the #andelscans and W still used and la a good mftf
of prese rvaUt ATh ..*tennft alseo i in excellent condition and em to h ,
worn better than ste. Hundreds of persons. walk upon it without kImnfl
that it I to tseS d DT bems There is nothing like it la the wo*.K

Next to the prterbial shilling, per-
haps the .alleatj legacy has been In-
herited by native of New Zealand.
He had a don whe 4ded In the Dutch
Indies and left bi* his ffetecs, amount-
ing to thirteen pence halfpenny. The
money wag payable at M4eburg, and
the man b-A to walk temn tch leagues
for it, l ignalsbo a da;st elrk.



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V-49 Ud41ft

The picture is from a photagraph lowiug
port the hu e redwood logs whh are cut In t
that saw them into lumber. These truatn s t
moth tOlk, but they are so heavy that a
prove inade-eApe. To get the monsters to te
tern ae to sot them dewe to tho acu amp S M
are amounted ea trueaM. Ma d sevm tw:eg4 I6
aIn NO. a Isg mas" 6A aSbamisagg b td
aWe to ga"A a eputaim er hAgo ItM

The cut represents a recent cartoon
of J. Pierpont Morgan from a London
paper. The ret arkable feature of this
caricature is the skill exhibited by the
artist in depicting the subject's facial

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a%... k l6 g Gif,, oEA

As.6 a romit aft a# eeupsiSo IV
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V ery respect uily,
SAnother Donation.
The Journal last night received
:Sthe Mliowing with a donation of $5
Hattesburg, Miss., Oct. 16, 1905.
Editor Pensacola Journal:
S"I enclose five dollars to be added
_1 _'_ SAM_ to the clean-up fund. Not anowini
to .whom it should be sent, felt tha
M A L_ W y it would -each the proper hands i
S -. sent to yoc.
k '3 ~I am very much interested to ti<
0 I O -B-s-e ^mSt .. fever situation there and wait witi
Sin terest the arrival of my papers.
Altbhogh there have been swera
TV T M ft suspicious cases and we at one tim
SfL mLLI IU L .o had the expert up here, we have thui
.. ...- tar es*ped yellow fqrer lWe;tiio
UI& Mi$ M yesterday received still we have suffered many Incoo
S( Dr. W h Clark a doeation of veniences from the quarantiUne.
IoMf t he lefilag up ftnd The people of your unfortunate
4a h 4y. city have my deepest sympathy and
Ms. P. C. lumphreys is -it beat wishes for a speedy extermina
-2k at hem ORWestBWa= t6on of the staegomnyla.
, a re that she has Wish I was there to help to nurse
S o aw SeeYr. ours truly,
SIV&t*,not a a family Uiving Just M. E. CORLEY,
B tostre t-it's just a "Want' Trained Nu. 3e.
4's wr" of new lodgers. The
joeal W" *o par always. VARIETIES OF MULELS
Wh0 0 sof the Bowd of Pub-
*e& ftaty. "wih wa to have een 2 ut*-*"aDepenms Upeo the
O slfeatertir afternoon was post- Wek Thw Am *ft De,
pagB afM thft afttrnoo at 3 "The clawlAcation of Missouri's
'eAM. great product, the munt), is the hardest
---i .-- S S dehn.au. ',tf aU llve stock." said a dealer to a
awfe le sipal-mr yes- Wamus City Star reporter.
Iaw mi marg- for trial. Of tai o"T most people the animal Is im-
*hr e easts were coattaiu. ply a mule. with a strong inclination to
5-a'6 AM@ discharged and laes emphasize his presence with a kick.
amti to $0 tipose&d. To most buyers he is good or bad, large
The muas ta Mrs. D. C. Eltsen, or small, smooth or rough, will prob-
wvho b ret Tuesday l~t of yetow iably bring a certain price on the mar-
bever, wre placed at rest yesterday ket or will not be wanted at all.
M i 1 St. John's cemetery, a A XoIg dealers who supply the differ-
ra e somesar of asorrowltg friends eat demands be is classifled according
id ealVWea athmadin the seVc to weight, bone, sie, color, age, month.
hed a11 thir lat sad rwpects uth, broken or unbroken, length and
T% aarvic*as were ow breadth and aseo la read to the lo-
5koi *alad; parlors ofNo
&sa. terelsthe c --ity of the bayer. In the first place.
w AWeed, a fom thery. gres, unroen mkes are -never want-
1dl. Once In awhile we receive a few

k* Re K oba iKtracts Lemon and
TaalAS are adet frot the choicest
taa -- the best Mexican va lai
Oeam that mew sad are absolutely
Se eet that money and experience

@ -gob Carsoma Patti saag to a
M tmw.J Jet as Franuti, the
Ot was lading her out of the door
p PM e plattwu some one In the an-
te abehM t o ed out tohim that his
S haM sAbutot the wam tin the back
St ase late to o back, for the as-
m am bd ee b hia, and the two
O adMvace t the footlwghts, The
S meablag tase mtihap took all the
&a t oft rWantl, and the duet,
T vM mam in Italian. was so dole-
SWsGt t its ual humor that
&Ml ag-"Ld It before they were half
I 4andd. dropping the text of
*e Mt, she Oitted the following words
SIL. In ItalMaan: What is the matter

and gewrally have to sell them at a
sacrifice. The pricIpal classes e(
mkles known to the market are cotton
males, limber males, railroad mules,
sugar mules, farm mules, levee mules,
city mules and miners. Miners are
classed as surface and pit mules.
"Cotton males are the commonest
tind in regard to number. Their build
makes little difference so long as they
are smooth. I.umber mules are the
largest, heavy boned, rugged grades,
1. .8to 6.2 hands or better. They are
umed In the big lumber camps for log-
ging and must have the weight fot
good heavy pulling. Similar to the
lumber mule Is the railroader. He
I1 used In grading, hauling and all
the work that Is known in the construe-
tion of railroads. Sugar mules be-
long to the fancy class. They must be
smooth, built rangy. *mall head and
neck, small bones. Farm mules vary
In size. but are formed from the reject.
ed ones of the foregoing classes.

Wft y08 6i ? I don't understand .
-..ob..ylughs. ob "ITSUHOSTiTER'S
U t enapm Fieantl. to the mellfiu-
"M k s vequed: "By the saint.
SataM m tastI! Rvearbody win Stomach Bitters*
SWhim I po efl the stat if they 'You want when your'appe'Ite is poor.
"I amw?.-'tongue coated, skin sallow, and sleep

Ata ft aete P tercPhang to
gnmu l einags Max Maretwek and
his ( a sbgas to laugh immoed-
..' ,a Ithe people In tbe frnt
, a the w bestra M andthe
r Iaa~ili jelmed in themselves.
d Se bftdufR prnerntty broke out
a. nppl*boe all oer e the ose.
*Ab."~ sa e ae M the papers mnext
mnu'm aga gM te always sOmethinga
maIatne a Prtrs slagiag oft that
sito- ipl e b t ato ypaAtetic
S m b sn m able to M

Ti" soagl bridge O weed and'
8pe 4 p me O e In the Irish
* b te the Iarri-
berih ,abowe Se ma. wtnich breaks
S M anf embroidery along the
y Inst. i aique and unmatched.
b to nly umed mineg the salmo eb-
ig stPSOa sad emnects the mainland
Sft e h W k whence tthe place
OWN e Its ame.- Whether sailitang the
m W enmbmg Wf tfrhm the mtalanb ,
bRMg sems but a fraginte htag-
SBesItim e dewalk msupprter tby in
Or we ~ mOh& sm

restless. Something else won't do in
its place and for that reason we urge
you to insist on having

with our Private Stamp over the neck
of the bottle. You'll find it especially
valuable for correcting the above a;1-
ments, also in cases of Sick Head-
ache, Souring Risings, Kidney Trou-
bles, Costivene Indigestion, Dys-
pepsia, or Insomnia.


Goldstucier Bros.


Hack Exchange.
All lrst-cl8s,"kTubbrp-ttred vehicles
and gentle horses.' Phone 814.




i-^- -The Cht Frum Ifferast

The following letter was receive
e ae ho to get good0 yesterday by Mayor Bliss from J-ffei
S doth isad how to sell a.t son D. Stephens, in which the litt-
somewate prices when enclosed a check tfor $5.
real woo is so ard to Marianua, Fla, Oct. 17. 1KI',.
pt. t as kyou Hon. Chas. H. Biss, Pensacola, Fla.
the uftcturer. We're Dear Sir-Fl]d enclosed a check
ore -M the b pot with our for $5.00 which you will use to assist
own gvratee. -d aay- in relieving the distressed in you
twil Mhy back its It city. Also, express my sympahie
to t aaeUstationQ to the people of your city in the!
present distressed circumstances, and
---"" 3 my hope that the present yellow feve
i i epidemic will be soon driven f."om
your enterprising city.
,- Mrs. Stephens requests that I con
vey her sympathies to the people o
,C gsin t Amp sewrg Pensaoola a she is much concrnei
for their welfare in their present diu
-.5I SIIMIaeress.

shoe. As a general liniment for him to the little house in the field *o hails a year, a'! the crush was so No sooner had Dr. Pierpont leit Krant, Soun Pickles, Francis Leggett
Fprains. bruises. lameness and rheu- stay all night. I carriel him s,,ni gret that l..1'ie~ &'(*t.l to wetr their my house when the patrol mounted & Co.'s Celerated Brand of Canned
amitsm. Pain Balm is unequaled. For thing to eat there. I told him cs,c old dresses rathlvr than buy new ones, with officers appeared, demanding of Goods, Asparagua and T:ps, Lobsters.
,le by all o ruggists. whih,, would mo-st assuredly be spoiled me, in the name of the "Board of Salmon, Shrimp, Oysters, Clams. Ira.
S----...... ... of a -jin the er)wd. l'ay higher salaries, give Health." the surrender of these pati-, ported Sardines, Italian Cheese, Itas
Search ogr y Mark Dowa m ET A mo 1li and ask fewer guests to ents. But the patients refused the' in Paste, Spanish Canned Goods,
fWhatever generosity a mn may EST i--this was Worth's rem hospitality of the hospital, for fear White Beans, Red Beans, ButLte
have usually shows itself at his wed- e i ofthefer of they might be transferred again to the Beans. Everything nev and fresh.
ding, but Dr. LapamIn history edy. ie relieveeo the fear of undertaker's office. After I reasoned160460 608 S. Paafoxt.
f bWo 'ok e es a r There Will be Less S,!eplessnes, a cru.h, wolti luvew t in new drese, with the officers they made no effNo. 60,606, 608 S. Paafo St.
oftan of prodsto Men e on the partof Then Penacolam wo "'d .irh-ulate. trade would to take them against tneir will. Thee .
stanc of pruence on the partof Can't rest at night wi a bad bac, revive nn, I.il would gao as merrily as patients are now all well and attend-
brklegroom which is, to say the least Can't rest at night rt:h | in to their dally business
A lame, a weak or an acni, ooe, marriage ':-`i jing to their daily business. removal Noice
unusual. Cases. he says, have beens Kidreya Pills ar e forbain -a Thirty thousand people in the city
known where the future husband has backs. of Pensacola ana about fifty thousand RUe U l N icUUe
tried to beat down the parson em- i They cure every form oi kidney ills. The Aneleut Spontoo. of the Escambia and surrounding coun-
hyed to marry him, but it is not often 'From common backache to diabetes. A spenta.a, a weapon similar to the tias have used Bosso---tred and tested,
one hears of a bridegroom who tries They are endorsed by Pensacola halbert, was borne instead of a half and weighed it in the balances, 1and
the market as he would if he were sell. pople ike by f f r > ritish Inft tik found it not wanting. On October 16, I will move my staoe
ng farm produce. pike by rs of tish ntry t1 Now my fellow citizens, do not on of groceries and feed stuff from eai -
Mr. Smith prepared hislt farm- 108 South Florgensen fisherman, living at tI:e year 178. oint ctward or the strength of malicious reports made ner 10th Ave. and 14th streets, to
house for s prospective bride, who "I am enjoying bettruth florida Banca street, saysn forward. it gave the sigal for advance by some ignorant and stupid people, store with the blue front on corner
had promised to marry him on a cer- have had for months, and I attribute or retreat, and planted uprl4ht in the deprive your brothers, skaters and of Davis and Lloyd streets.
tain date. He went to a justice of theIt to Doan's Kidney Pills. For more grund it ()mnm.indled a halt. Sici- ;friends from enjoying humanity's Wll keep a full and complete store
than two years I had difficulty with means canr be svn In the Tower armory. greatest blessing, the simple an& ef- of fancy and staple groceries and fv4
--. -- -my kidneys using me to get u .sev- In the Morning Chronicle of April 15, fective cure for all allents pertainlag stus. Thanking_ my friends and e

for a wedding. The justice replied
that the legal terms were buteral times during the night and which 1780;. there is a reference to its dis-
that the legal tams were 1.2, was very annoying. I tried a number continuance: "Yesterday the officers
that ppe usatly pi .R. of remedies, but seemed to get no re- who mounted guard for St. James', the
"That's too much for ten minutes lief. When I saw Doan's Kidney Pilla Queen's House and Tilt -yard were
work,h asserted Mr. Smith, ad lie ap- advertised I was feeling dull and mis- paraded with their swords drawn In.
piled to another justice with the same erable and could hardly get around so stead of the spontoon for the first tim
result. I went to Sidney Kahn's drug store,, since the alteration took place, and we
"t Can the fee be paid r in shingles?" be No. 9 South Palafox street, and se-, e th atnerae tn t JacI, "ta w e
asked.cuered a box. After using the first one, led sh t e among a
"Yes." I felt a great deal better in everyo called) to take place among all
The man scratched hist akempt way and by the time I had niahedthe regiments belonging to his maje-
head, the second box I was cured. My rest ty."
'rve got it!" h eeelalmed. -My was not disturbed nights and the dull In an old play Major Sturgeon says:
a rttW l ha re g e rep.i miserable feeling vanished." "Oh, could you but see me salute! You
cart wheels have ot to be repaired For sale by all dealers. Price 50 have never a spontoon in the boh er"
anm I can get Elder Ri-er to do it for cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, "No," answers Sir Jacob, "but we
a dollar a day. He -an marry us at N. Y, sole agents for the Tintted could get you a sbove pike."
sooatime and it won't cost a cent.' State -
i > -

,to fever.
Take advice from and reason with
those thousands of citizens who have
used Bosso and never found it want.
ing in its results.

'U. AlmU IL]M
Iwfomnia- and Indlgesimnm C-aed
"Lmt year I had a rary w tei. nt ek
of indigestion. I could sot sleep 8t
rfght and suffered most excr.alatd
palns for three hours after each meaL
I was troubled this way for three
months when I used hamrimal'ab
Stomach and liver Taisblet *#ad m
ceived immediate reullde" sr Joba
jDixo, Tullamore, Ontario Cmanal.
For sale by all drugg .

tomert for past favors, I respectftely
solicit a coatinuance of same. Call
and get prices before purchasing else-
where. ?ull weights and measures
gnarmateed. Ring phone 620 and giv
me your orders.

C. M. Wison.

M um-i hB" s

AA IN o is, / Anr.

h Valdosta Murderer lakes Another ,
Stateent/Alout Morder of
d SELF AND I AMILY FROM A Valdosta special to the Savannah
THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL- News of yesterday t as follows: m
The most sensational statement
S LOW EVER. which J. G. Rawli s has made since
the tragedy in which the two Carter
chi dren were killed was to The Morn-
S p ring News yesterday in the presence
k S lh Sheriff Passmore and Tube Swindle
and Orrin Register.
Sulphur Powder, Rawlings sent for the sheriff and / .
Sulr asked him to come to the jail with the
ulhur Candles Morning News correspondent aid two
ir other gentlemen, as he had something /
d M S t Arriving at the corridor a rnd a
:r i confined, he asked if he would be giv- CAE N E M Ar A N U ag u -y, SUM E
W WILL DO IT. en a half an hour in which to say what 5 s 36 r eAesod o a oAvefD e s wagtk a me I aL M
Nisa Umry sars: fadforefbmm hi- T11ey were 9"cused
h.e had to tell. He was told he could myv hairwastajwu rt oneas I am n mS ian it eeso I I i
01 have all the time he wanted'. h plaed to say thateae nderine Nwn st as aae ft km ,ree sa e ilA
Well," he said, "I want to go over as on as ever as doeesouhoaeomuaewmmw e Kin e: N e wotu i i
f WaA. Ar this whole trouble with you all, so CXMrDter se theru. Lftme oAt., : Is truly arve P ~-- I I
Sou m un a te deas osrtn ne ahe sputsa it uatn~th eker and one" ts remarkable-- W
Druggist and Apothecary, with Carter, and why I, e have d and thea ime i 1beMeV I% g a where Is ttwo a over bsh l smat ee Ws s Si s sgl
Shave." Idu. anod yaue i nrle i ouP thatt h wt youMerIir"eal rwih bias ea. h I bee
Phone 10 121 Palafox t. Rawlings went on to say that he soer-. Cp 0 IT ." so nw wmoas a -all-s -."
__, ,|knew Car r's past life in Coffee _DNER E I totheharwwhatfresh shoWe 1ofsa Bwe ato a.8n 'UOtinn isa gk tfe b-
county', a-his fact made Carter dis- roots, invigorates and strengtbenu them Its exhilRating, l raulg af MI nm propfAtles es the tk
d like him. -.arter began, to "pick at" grow abundantly long,strongand beatifuL IT TEE NATURAL F OS Wm,
: him frog ,the start, hl e nald. His of- CHARGED WITH NEW AND OEhoINt UIFEP--- -O -OM OF A
fenses- Were at Arst a but aggra- w AKERSOF AIRTONI. W atal drggt a thmaandN% sad.m ~ erg
SIII S PI N C voting, and Rawlings p:d no att entionuatV -08 To show how quicl twe se unhsbem .ae
Sto him. Then Carter be an to eat go o the Kow te ar ise oW.,ewise wsh their intmse aw e ing at lel aeroramesine t o y aig
deeper with his accusations against_
t him and his boys. They were accused i
of killing Carter's hogs, of stealing his cially not to hurt one of those chil-ti e-e I c o l
Mayo Bls bdsryn males, and he was even accused of try- idren whatever he did. He went to GREELKLI SIU;i-f i
Ge iN G t E inge to assault Carter's wife. He and l Carter's that evening to kill him, but
h his boys were hauledd up in justice old Carter would not come out of the TO TA tF I F taE tat ICI
StI pIlrt ofla courts, the county couttb, and were house. So he put it off until night Te Ist L IV lKE tI InI H
l / I U continually harassed, false charges be- and went back.
a E I ing made against them. *'Who went with him?"
b nf T dl e Trd Shooating of Carter. Not a soul. He went back there THE REASON AIhQNED FOR *
*a,- Rawifings thon told Of meeting Car- by himself. Carter's boy ran out in V. ,a e w
Ster-in the ~ ied: ~hooting him, the yard with that rifle and that is DEATHS FROM FEVER IN YV iiUI
Shich he said It defense. ie what caused him to shoot the chil- HOME OF g. APOSTLE
STheir Efforts W re Confined En- alleged that a bi and W as ev en. He told Joe Bentley so after-
d. trying to klllhv "l ouh 'the eVi- wards. My boys were never mentioned
time to the Original In- dence at the ti Ue d not show it. e in it until Carter sail they were there, 1Editor Pensacola Journal: Hol0 U YOU He
el O' mosq osaid that Carter swere out a warrant then the negro picked up that story itn Some of the people of Pensacola, _Ho U *. f -
e ato d ltoic tas charging him, wit trying to assassi- older to shift the blame from himself. wise or otherwise, were talking about
s d ev ed sd ct lnate him and that ih e has unda'er bond tays its the Truth. I the "Bosso Medicine" as hvir ngi0 Fve / 1king / w
for assault with intent to murder. "Now, gentlemen, you have heard neither effect nor cure on the yellow u* l o
L atere o, Carter _iad n put -under a the truth. If it isn't I hope I may die:tTever patients, drawing their infer- artf dN to
Mayor Bliss had eight spraying peace bond and he then told the us- this minute in this chair. I think m Y Ience from the incident that two of a
gangs at work yesterday. Six of these toce who IlxePt ste alipndtat he ioul life ought to be spared and that my!the Greectan fever patients to whom buIsNi ss and go to
were in the northeast quarter of the leave the state-. ver ret n if *oys ought to go free. I hope you all I offered a home anD a hospital in my
City Atichncludes theorigal in thisbond ere I Whe d e tie will see that the truth l. whic lha house, have died.to th _
told him It wAte* a an% he would 'have told you, will prevalland thatI In reference to this incident I
fected district, and which has been have to give it or go to Jail. Sheriff the innocent may not suffer."I would simply and truthfully state that
the part of the city where the largest Passmore wrote him atthe time that Rawlings' statement is probably the the first patient could not take any
number of cases have developed. The he was tired of im a arter and be result of the pressure which his wife medicine whatever, neither Bosso nr
ayor-has onenterda d lthed osprang hoped they won d k out .of the brought to bear upon him during the, anything else. This L can prove by
mayor has concentrated the spraying- cQurts. - -- past wek during her visi t to this t'ity the nurse and by Dr. Blocker. e s
force as this district for several days, "' know yoW el of It, Nr. in behalf of the boys. caused me to engAge tke service W (P'.
and while he scouts the idea of Sheriff, the public wai n red- every- Dr. Blocker in order to assist me In
having destroyed nearly all the infect- body was tired The cort omfflals TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY making him take medicine, and even '
e, mosquitoes, yet he Is proud of the were getting tired when they were T.ke LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine he succeeded only in giving him two C
Smoqtoes t e s i t getting fees and I was paying them. Tablets. Druggists refund z ey if it' doses of medicine for he expired soon
fact that only one case of yellow fever But what could I do? I.had appealed fails to cure. E. W. GROVWS signa- afterwards. n
has developed in this district in the to my neighbors a hundd times to ture is on each box. 25c. The other patient who died in my
past three days, together with two take hold of the case and settle it if house took only half a bottle of BS a
other cases on the extreme limits of they could'." A CARD. so, which was not suo client to bring O
the oastrict. Here the prisoner broke down and This is to certify that all druggits. about the desired effect Inasmueb --
e a..r .eat wept, the balance of his stor- being are. authorized to refund your money as I had Dr. Blocker,as the atteln g
..hei are tewopry ing gang s told between his sobs.f a, I fFoley's Honey and ar fails t to physician I called on him to es. GRANUATED SUGAR for
do special duty and they are sent o "What I hate worst of all," *' said. cl r your cough or cold. It stops te o this patient. He pres cibed.# N, GRANULATE D SUGARfor$
answer calls in the other three-quar- "was to impeach the confidence of myi cou rh, heals the lungs and prevents of which the patient only took one iW POUND MACKERL 3 for24
ters of the city. All special calls neighbors. I had rather die bow than serious results from a cold. Cures la dose, but owing to the death of the NEW COMB HONEY, I-lb. Pks...100
could not be filled n yesterday. i do that if I could only remove the grippe cough and prevents pneumonia first patient, which the people in my .New Mackerel, CodAsh, a
A large number of citizens bought stain ftom Tim MoDonald and his and c'onsumption. Contains no opni house had found out, they refused to w reim, Limbaurer and Cream Cheese,
sprayers yesterday and called on the family-a stain that has been placed rates. The genuine is in a yellow pack- take any medicine from any doctor.h ckwheeat, Graham Hem, Ot Mea,
city for liquid and thus the spraying upon them by old Carter. are. Refuse substitutes W. A. D'AI- This was the main cause that I d'iseon- Ba-. Everything fresh a. new at
force has blen largely increased by a Got a Man to Kill Carter. emberte, Druggist and apothecary. tnued the services of Dr. Blocker for wt prices.
volunteer force. After the peace bond, I wen honme those fever patients in my house. B OiFore -
The liquid used is a prepared disin- after dark Saturday. Before I got up these circumstances which I could not
fcctant that is manufactured from pihe he camedover tomy house w h'Panacea. event, cannot be ldbeMarlpo siblnfe 10.
tar bsy thore rintocess and which lis Fank todmee hoIn the year Il4 g teat commer etal nd medicine. a
diluted at the iraterio of 50 to 1-thus put old Carter out of the way. where distress was ('xperien'cl t hrughout After having disconetinued the ser- V, VIDA Ma n er.
one gallon makes ifty gallons of asked him who it was and he told me France, and M. Worth, the famous ices of Dr. Blocker, City Physician l r o
spraying material. The liquid is not Alf Moo'e. I told him that I did not fashion originator and dressmaker, was Pierpont, came- to my house address-
thing and the mosquitoes are soon dis- over to the house Mouday and I would. mittee iwtituted to inq':!re into the to let me send these sick men to the
patched, seeaboutit." causes and nsked for his theory and hospital.' To this I replied, "No, F.N Vrade
"Who was it talking to you?" his remedy. 'The salaries of- the presi- sir, these men will not be transferred New e'sds. Aew Sissy.
How to Cure Corns and Bunions. ."It was Joe Bentley. Well, Joe and dent of Ihe republic and the ministers, to the hospital unless you -arry them
First. soak the corn or bunion in Alt come over there as agreed upon said the g-e,-t man milliner. ought to in pieces." Phone
warm water to soften it; then pare it AMt toid m. that he would 'put oui be connidueriily raised bo't|uze balls He then challenged to e hpeateningt Just received-dl Mackerel, Spare Re o
down as closely as possible without Carter out of the way' so be would cost iiuh iare th.cn dinn-rs, and ot-ly: "If you refuse to comply with my Rolled Boneless CorneH Beef, Codi
Pain Bbloo twice daily, rubbing vigor' never bother anybody agatn. I aot ftiial pe'o!e or "t to b, paid salaries force to get the patients to the city1 Dried Herring, Black Olives, Sa
insi form twie dilyrubbing vaioli Frkhim to go over and spend the night ai h m,'nihu e eiioumht to ena:bl' them to hospital." I then suggested that the. Nymph Cod Fish, Hallihut, Bloaters
cation. A corn plaster should bc worn saying he did not want a"rPFnk Turne' give a g'e:,t nr-ny ihall-.. M. Grevy: police woula not be suicient but that1 Spanish Onions, Olives in Keg, DB I
few days to protect it from the to know he was there. Then I sent snr l Worth ;n -:i ,u t on!y gave two he'd better call for the state mil tia.pPickles, Black Greek Ol!'ves, ases

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and Senator Bacon for the latter's
'seat in the VI'ned States senate:
- Arthur Temple Graves, editor of
the Atlanta iGa.) News, Is stlll a
candidate fc-r the office of State Sena-
tor as the successor to Senator Ba-
con, who is also in the field striving
for re-election.

President Roosevelt and the athlet-
1-' advisers of several colicges have
finally decided that football shall be
reformed. The reformation has be-
gun by threee players only getting
legs or arms broken Instead of hav-
ing skulls fractured as heretofore.

Now that Admiral Togo, the Japan-
AVetising the ese naval n'ro is about to gather the
S0|11rn Sta fruits of hies ,rowvss, Admiral Dew-1
S question of th ev should drop him a note upon the
The question of a'vettne ae tshe ubec o a ,dvoiding the pitfalls that
many advantages of tee southern sr. t, ^ahw of the hero.
states in England and other foreign
countries hab been agitated consid- Acordine to Secretary Taft, t.e
erably of lae, but the matter has not, nd df es of the Unite States
as yet, developed to the point of a- withstand any
ion. Manufactu are strong ,nouzh to withstand any
tion. In a t to te ManUac two tiet th could be brought
ers r, W T. Atkins, of Jefft,.r: o a inst th : C(u]o be oroua t
h.; th a tainst th'?; On to Panama! as
son Texas., ha the following to say a i .
ipon the subject:
Why does nct the South flool En'- -
land and iurope with all manner of Of course Mr. Hughes wouldn't run
iwomniation regarding tine Solh -'for mayor of N(w York. He's too
the logical and economical home f busy trying to round up a delectable
tIc cotton mi!l? I am of the inipres- batch of cmoakefl insurancefinanciern.
siou that when they cotton manuaec-
turing world Ii thoroughly c)nviu. .I
t.:a; t. S,;-h ., bending every effo:: M. Wit;e sa)s the Kaiser iL a very
t. ih, l.end of manufacturing eve-", amiable nian. Maybe Emperor Bill
t,,i'i, of coit, within its x>rder-. ,i beginning to realize that he is noa
,th rei nc b hng all the profits in thet
South. thm progressive mills away such a deuced of a fellow after all.
froam tie South will grasp the situna--
tion. take advantage of the present Judging from the way the big guna
conditions and secure the most des'r- are lining up for the campaign strag.
a lpe location in una*cupled terr:;- b
tory. I may be mistaken, but I don't le in hio the 0. 0. P., bosses are
iLink the question has been suScient. beginning 'o get cold feet.
ly advertised in cotton manutaetur-'
ing (enters away from the South. 1 ONLY infer so from the interest manifested!
in my letter along this line which' don't mix much in politics,
brought the information given auov. And I don much cae who's clek
If the South will abandon future. deae- A dondt much nre wh' mao'
ings of ever. character for ten years. And I un't mt ch care to work.
and devtfe the money taus employeiA
to building cotton factories, the South I don't much care for cotton,
will be the richest country on eartn. And I don't much care for tares;
I am thorsMlhbly convinced that tn'I don't mu.,h ere when the bulls win
South has not cleared one dollar on out.
bher cotton crop In thirty years. A'1i And I( don't much care for bears.
that has been made in production
bas been lost in futures. I don''munrh ere for hurricanes,
The Memphis Commercial-Appeal And I don't much care for rain;
publishes the above and comments I don't much care who runs the town
thereon as follows: I And I don't much care for gain.
During the past decade or mor"'I don't mueh care for the weather
there has been a decided movement : nian
of Northern capital to he S h to ButIho n time ilost
the purpose of investing in eott-n 1y3F atIher Bor a in ending l s
mills. itere has, also been a ten- A .dhir ear iv frost.e g
deny anmog English mill men t -A O In the ely Jfrout. l
transfer their plan. to thi side f .-. 0. A.in the Selma Journal.
the ocean. Bu; there a'e gigant:c Is..-- -
saues at gaikv. and transfer of lt'.
sort require generations, not o"-cad,1. The Ja u w Bee d g.
Nevertheless Mr. Atkins' advice as to ... -.. -
floodlag England with enlighTenmrnt Se g t9 ml9, 1906.,
ahout the South tl well taken and! 8 or af f
timely, and if followed would doul -. .Tot
le's result in considerable benefit to
this quaner of the globe
There w:11l ic an immigration anl
quarantine conference held In Chsa- e i 3 6 94 5
tanooga on Nopenber and ]19, at4 a
whil' ,he imo'ing of capital is hardly nI
a prow'i' subjo't before this confer-
ence. t-.ili as an incentive stimulan- rF -AN W lr Of
inc a dfsr-al'hl' class of immigration --
Mr Atkins' ids of enlighuening Engt-
lane mnigh; be introduced with pr- 9 l y
pnr ty. A-
We are convuaced that Mr. Alkius -iDAL
Is crro>n .is in saying th.e Sou'h has .. ...
-lo i, f",nres th- value of its coon The following figures show The Pen-
( Th'- a -vilh. th, development a ji day during the month of September,
g en. ,n r..p: of tis .o'n 190". with the average number of
a ( ': i ,ioIt ) b ; at s'a'-. ,e'i. copies QbiT.:
,. l:' N ':,n ca :til '.a ,Sept. 1. 5,000 Sept. 1 ,300
I.tn itrn'-a :n1 this direction a: I Sept. 2, 5.000 Sept. 17, 55i
ean,. :.-v i-; b'urre p ta 'lish.1t. Sept. 3, 5.200 Sept. 18,
t; acrmountni: for a large x'*rton Sept. 4, ..... Sept. 19, 6,00
of prosperi'y: toutt btn the Sept. 5, 5.000 Sept. 20, .300
c',,", ;,- ni'r anu the cotto' mer-iSept. 6, 5.000 Sept. 21,
charn .-T f ,und advancing .lmotw Sept. 7, 5200 Sept. 2, 62
pe.r: Pa,- wit l wlich li'aitIt able evMdenrp that Sept. g, 5,00 Sept. 24, 6. 6
a : o! :h ivon,'.' of the co ton is not:Sept. 10, 5.5O Sept. 25, .
tl:rNw wn a' ia fiolish future ap-S-, Sept. 11. Sept. S, A O
uiaton- Sept. 12. 5.300 Sept. 27. ,i4
,Spt. 13 5.300 Sept. 29, S
if Mr Roosevr t is luck enough tol ept .14. 5300 pt. 29 2 A, "i
,-wt "n:' .A r... .a hurt-lean- du,1fl Spt. Ir5,,3o.00 Sept. 30, 5,2" ,
jit. i~n~ ta TTot cal for the month..... .136,s'0
S.- v .. a, t.:,uuth the g'ulf u n rou'1 Average per day .......... 1t6450

I hereby certify that the above state.
ment is correct according to the r I
words on Ale In this offIe .
Circulation g.I
Sworn to anD sub crlbed before M
this 20th day of Septer.ber, 195.
Notary Public.

frormi N. v ).i: -n to Vb'ashinz.,:n. !:c
will plroi:'alY g.et enough of the ~ rea-
ous llf- to do him forever

Fame has its penalties after am"
Here is the wav the Journalist. a pub-
li: taton d-vo:,d exclusniely *o the 1ii-
tcreist of nev papers, speaks of the
contest bc weCL John Temple Graves



The most tresom, diseappointing
shopping tour you have made in a long
time was the one at the ea of that
week when you "had aN tiUM to read
the store advertimasetts."
Just as it costs ao more for a lbng
SI rip on an up-to-dbte trolley ear now
: than it used to for a short one on a
Sborse car, so the modern store, which
spends money for advertisia, can sell
goods more cheaply than the old-fash-
ioned store which "saves the expense
of advertising."
is a advantage, when going to buy
Something, then you may start a half
hour later if you have read the ads.

Don't buy a stove until you have
read the stove ads. You might go to
the right place-but It would be luck.

When you buys at a Wtra that does
not advertise you are having your pat-
ronage to a store that has net asked
for it-and, not hearing enough for It
to seek it, will, p.-.ufiably, care no
more about keeping it.
If you can afford to pay a few ddl-
lars more for a thing, now and then,
than is necessary, then you can afford
to overlook the ads. now and then.
The store-ads, simplify shopping to
the last degree. You no longer "dread
to go to the stores" after you have
made up your mind as to what you
want at each place.

If you are a careful reader of 1
ads. you are "working for yOur o
pocket." And, even it It is a lit
hit selfish, it is better than work
foer"other people's pockets" mot
the time.

It it is better to KNOW THIN(
about prices than to guess and wO
der ancd fret, then it is WORTA
WHILE to read the ads.
Merchants must furnish shoppe
all of the time, little "buying ehanoi
--opportunities tg save a dollar
this and that. ONLY regulate read
of the ads. keep in touch with the
You are not a "good manager" 1
less you are a regular rea"er of t
store ads., for your money will not "1
nearly so far if you are a little "rust
on prices, and places and times


Dengue at Osala.
The doctors say the present e
demic of dengue fever excels ai
thing of its kind ever seen. T
disease is nearing the end of
course in Ocala, as nearly everybo
has had it. Dengue Is a mystery
evidently does not come from mi
quito bites, nor Is it a filth diseai
as Ocala was never cleaner than
has been for the past few moath
It has been said by some good &
thority that dengue Is particular
bad in yellow fever years, ev
though there may not hate been
case of yellow fever In hundreds
miles of the twas assailed by t
dengue.-Oeala Star.
* *
That Insurance 8ill.
If the Florida legislature was
session now there is but little que
titn but what the Governor's mIe
ance bill would go through with
rush. While nothing has develop
to indicate that any of the big co
panics are anything bnt perfect
solvent, and the policies as good
the day they were issued, none
those investigated have escaped I
Ing shown up in a way to crea
anything but a favorable impresasi
concerning their management.-i
Funiak Breeze.
Local Option Record.
The following is a list of the "dr:
and "wet" counties of Florida
Dry-Alachua, Baker, Bradfor
Calhoun, Columbia, Citrus De8ot
Hamilton, Hernando, Holmes, Jec
son. Jefferson, Lafayette, Lake, Leo
Liberty, Manatee, Talor, Vousi
Waku$^ Walton, jWashlngton-27
Wet-Brevard, Clay, Dade, Duat
Escambia. Gadlden, Franklin, Hll
borough, Lee, Madison, Marion, Na,
sau, Orange,. Osceola, Putnam, a
ta Rosa. St. Jchn's, St. ILele-4l-
Bradentown Journal.

IFederal Qertantine.
That the entire Southern peop
want a uniform and efcient quara
tine no one disputes; nor is it seriow
ly disputed that the best results ca
be secured only through turning th
matter over to central authority tha
will be above local prejudices and I
fluences, will deal equsall by all an
establish throughout the outh a
equally stttg q*tattlp. Th
chain is no stronger than Its t ea
est link; and every Bothv ester
State is in danger of the ItvasIon
disease from the neglect rw careltm
ae-s of the health ocIals of a aei
boring State over woo it has a. a.
trol or diselpMie ad whose wor
it cannoMt evea wat h. Neard a
tlbe Oult and Botith Atlatce Utata
have slipped up on 4ktetUle at d
time or anther. LonlIafa WAS gui
ty this year, Texas in 1iN Mtisli
sippi ino 176, Iord a 13t5, at
Oeorgia tIn 1884. Under (e Fmei
system the Btates have 0ot ely t
watch Centrtl And BoaUth Aaitee
Mexico and the WVeast SaeB Jt ca
other-Milton Ianex.

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their presidents. Let them now Say NEW DUTIt AND) St PONSIBILITIES IMPOSED U0ON TitAIN3O
the -4.nd they can carry conviction-- '
wn that insurance companies are all NURSES IN ThE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON-
tle right in the truest and the strictest S tMMNCE OF TEl ABOVE FACTS.
ing term of the word, and that there Is
no r1eaon fe t .. tat lar.e 1. No Urse ean be considered as trained in the management of yellow
no reason for the people at large t fever Ih the lit of preeat, accepted, knowledge unless she realists fldly,
refuse buying Insurance for them- earnestly, and coaosihetlously, that the disease is transmitted solely by msoo
B elves and their families because Mr. quitoes, and that it Is her duty to prevent the admission of these Insects to
on. McCall gave $160,000 in twelve years the rooem ad to destroy them promptly If they should And their way
TH to the RPwblican campaign. Great 2. That as the lsephrable attegaMt at the bedside of hWe patltAt She
as this shm appears to be, in reality Uust co-operate with the phyltelas in the discharge of hisb I etions as usna
It effectss each policy-holder's $1,000 dlan of the publie Jlth. The trained S ase In this capacity becoming dirt.
irs, p1 ay to the extent of less than a ly the est e*fieent nd Important sanitary agt in prevatting the sprem
" > n of yellow fever In Infected localities. Upoa her latteiUft appreelatie ot
on " ] lthe mode of tratS slaioen of this disease, her personal safety (If .ae is as
o non-Imtaune) sand the protection of the family and the entire boaebol of
e the patient, (especially f these are oat Immanes) largely, It i ot A ttlIty,.
'6- *55H1K*A' .. .. . depends.
3. Every nurse past bear I ttind that the most malgnant ypllew fever
patient Is laneuont$u sad absolutely harmless to even the aoot susceptible
in- _ag>g. ...ai- ttdll"iy "The Gas Trust robs the city abd non-immaVe, it the -proper precautions are taken to present the Mcese of
the all the citizens, and yet it is pro- mosquitoes to the patient's person.
.* I4 MARST? ,LTTIEfti posed to re-elect the man who signed 4. The greatest f dom of personal contact and Inatercoure may = W e
" OF ACCEPTANCE *M the Remsen bill, to make (be mon- fore be permitted betWs the yellow fever sickt and the w la the sIck
y It t7 ,P h opoly of the trust permanent and un. room, and provided tbdh'anoculation of mosquitoes, by bitUng the .palat
toiggggg g assailable. during the fitA three dowyn of the leasae, is absolutely prveated.
i .. .I "The amazing life insurance revela- 5. The misalen of A tralaed nurse Is a t satlaaetortly aecomplid id t a
Pellew ff B eopy of the letter tions prove that the policy holdori patient, suffering ftro am y kind of fever, AI localities infected wtth yellow
fn of Hon. William Roudolph Hearst, ac- are #obbed, and show in detail how fever, who.1) conlded to her eare, is allowed to be bitten by a moeqatt,
I cepting the noinaation for mayor of corporations bribe the bosses of boch even If the fever,.a prove# not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoylau
G Oceater Newislerk upo tAhe municip- parties in return for corrupt legisla- and harmful even If not -t1.tate to t0 inleut, and it post be took"a Mon
I alownership platform: tion and license to evade the law. as an evideaee aof eglet, it he shows evidemees of mosquito things.
S" Dear J e Seabuty: "The machinery of government In No urse can der i aeself.s tufled yellow taver nur.e usalems aa
. "1" thank ptt for the honor which this city is in the control of a boas has made herself to ly f ar with the weapons which gsdac --
you toutBr nspu me, and for the confi- whose fortune is based on contracts experience have glvena to effeetllly protect her m-*Infeeted petl-1a M1
dence eaqle by .your committee awarded by corporationA In return those pereoUa who Are de ndeat upon her knowledge and ezertloas fr safety
pl- and thosplatnm you represent. for special favors and illegal privi- from the infected.
ay. "I have relt absolutely unabip and leges. ? eo t ,ag,,e aad 8dfee that the nrse mnt far to
he unwilling to a cept the nomination "The subway, which was ownel handle I wn p te. eg her patft ts ar e
l's )ou have offered me, but have at and built by the city, has been give an e e at.s r
y length decided to deter to your away, and is managed in utter disr, (A) The Moaltite tUar (Sebbilmt Prefetr), to eat.e the Patiest Ia tHis Sd.
it wishes and not to shirk, a task that gard of the health and comfort of the 1. The nettitg ot bars must have meshes fne enoIh to prevent the
os. presents itself to me as a public public, the welfare of business men, passage of mosquitoe.
e, duty. or the rights of employee. 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
i, "The situation in this city is so "An organization for plunder hni patient's body Is ia coatlact ith the etUatr.
hs. grave, and the condition of the pub- planned to secure and exploit all new 3. Frequent lamitions should be made to see that there are so tor
u-. lie n the tace or organized bostTmsi subways and all other remaining places in thp netting ad that no moeultoes have found a lodging laslde.
r is ampafently to helpless that no man franchises, and has arranged a pol'tl- The setting sabold be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes froas
en has a right to consider anything else cal combination to make it imposel- entering.
a least of all his private affairs or per- ble for the people to protect th-em- 5. It mosfuitoes arq found within the cutting they should be killed t.I
ot sonal incllnation. selves. side, not merely drivtt aO shaktn out:
he "The one thing to be considered is "And bad as the situation is today., 6. All ct r Pof tv r should be promptly reported to the physletas,
the necesily of giving to the people It is as nothing to the four years' riot .Ai bis arrival t bey eshold be covered with a mosquito bar. tThis pays
an opportunity to vote for some man of corruption that would follow an ap- a ting..u y l.ortat tft healld with mild fevers especially in infant aIsa
of whom It may at least be said tnat parent Indorsement of such dishon- tcularl 1 ,Io att- iab to IftekmaIN with Melow fevers, especr. lly disease ntsa
in he would, if elected represent tho-e esty at the polls. chrsts itself i such a mtild for inS infantile and early childhood, that it ta
eg. that voted for him and not any boss "Such a prospect is a menace to likely to selfp reuhonltion. On a nt of the very mildness of the s yM.
ur. or corporation, or selfish private in- prosperity as well as, to the rood e-to the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
a terest. name of the city, and is a a.re3t sread the disease without molestation. The mild or unremoedgted eases at
.l "If your convention believes that I against the rights and the mater'!il s.r this reaso the mo it dangerous, from a sanitary poInt'of view.
m- am such a man, I shall accept tbh welfare of all the people. rt)Screens.
rly nomination. It is intolerable, It "Under these circumstances a man All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screemnd. cqe
aS view of the recent exposures of trie asked by his fellow citizens to repre- of hospitAls, wire screens are not usually available aad Irevistoet arega
of Gas Trust and the Insurance frau.u-. sent their interests and the honor nf lcan bem sade of bobbnet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or athe wi
be- that the lwterests of the citizens the cit. nas no right to refuse., secured to the entinge of the sick room.
te should be allowed to go by default. "WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST.' C-Sulphur ad Pyrettr.f for Fu.isation
on av -Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyretlrom (Insect power) to --
De .possibly infeeted moleuitoes at early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
TH E TR A N S M ISSION OF Sulpur burned in an Iro, pot is the surest way, and f used is proper quanst
T --- T A -S I SS.ii -F will not injure fabrite or colors. three pounds m a aeraae rmea t
rr-rr w r~r'rr A r clent it the roo3 be loted; more asecurately, two pounds of saphWr t 1,0"
Y" Y LLLO W VER A N D cubic feet of ece is estimated by sanitary authorities:; ad tone pnm at
to in---v, ., ^^ect po Swde-r ...P.to 1,M. cable feet will sulce to stapity tbe seqpt-es. TT
.y : TOR SE? T mosquitoes wilt fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
HO W TO N UR E IT .... hours' fu,lti with s phu,,r i quite sufficient In ordinary cae&s. "'Ie
o fumes og suphr t remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled
,J S --t - W imlsh their umplea9satnee.
n, At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Boclety, held August 12, 1905,! The ftIt shoud n e bep efrablyi, o wthat the ro. WbiOL
a, Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibll,- free of odor b .y lgat, it ue preferably n dry weather. Wh.J ,
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care ever thq 4 ..v pateift will permit, a -oom adjoinlag thU e-
al, of yellow fever patients., n consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of occupliedJt y rtiod .." fist prif.d ema.pe
!r- the mode o! transmission of this disease by the mosquito." the rel possible after the four transferred to tda
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever fected roo81 a_ W1 p s mef er a f .urt ... _a
i- prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, The workO t OW-fl4 and Msu-ltoi destruction.st as eil Se?
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub. is now onued. b_. h ,_,ttih-As ocSt-t sor.uWmelyw. awt..1. ."
lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: the Attending yS Bt l ts r
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE t sanitary reie 1 *a awidabW the phytcian and nurse must dbtt the
eELEMENTARY FACTB OF EDUCATIoNAL VALU numbers of the boeMa applyiag t hePrescribed regulatlmos.
1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease AddItol al alitis ia sulphur fumlation, reOAiimnded by4 a
4l! which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the Anthortietl ina hatp a t sanitation in New Orleans darta fg
*- agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Ste& eple miC:
s- omyia Fasdlata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New ReMove all oU iaLs of metal, suah as brass, copper, silver aa W s
'" Orleans, and tn fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. from the room tha to be tualgated. All objects of a metaBNf "at&re,
is 2. The germ or traasmissible poison of yellow feer ealts in the blood whlah eannot be rteasd,0 can be protected by covering the obje ts gigiy
At of yellow fever patients oly during the first three days of the disease; after with paper, ur wth. thin coating of vaseline applied with a bresh.
"- wards the patient cesses to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the RemeWe frMa room to be fumigated all fabric material ate ther-
4d iaptanc-La of recording the very hour when the attack first began. roughly flltr t ail drawers &ad doors of furniture and eloses.
s The a osqauto (Stegomyla Fascata) is powerless to convey the t les The room a be dOsed a"d mado as tight as poo"ibb gy tW aso
e easease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed ,openacIs na mr. walls, keyholes and cracks sea. ins&eS .t
k- after biting the yellow fever patienL ThSi period of Incubation in the mos- doors.
n auto is the time that Is required factor the germ of the disease to breed la the Crevices c I by pastlag strips of paper (old ) over
M tod e moequlto aad to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivarr i them itfth63 "pace -i o
Sglands. The iited States Army Yellow Fever Comameslon found, In 10, In 10 T othelaced via a aro pot, rat e te wr an I aot
h- that in Cuba thia period varies from twelve days, ina the hot summer montta, this plnd m bruig-h b or other convenient wat.r wi saot
t to eightee days and oe". In the ooler winter Ueamonm a lpteq ile CTins. "n is a precaigoa whieh mast i t~kem to
k 4. Water laIcatig the yelow fever serm in its body during the period aas the sulphur is liable to boll over and aet are to
ll above aealty the Steagmyla to ready t tfaalt the dasse durtag ta boSe ta ao.
e tore eo Its natural te, whith ay extend over 14 days, provided the The sl Igted by sprika al ol oer t ad tn
Me agst B ecess to water. (Gattes.) Walter Reed was able to lnnoealkt The *agl 1 be kept closed for two hours, sand th oa u
nl- ypetw fever with a 3teg iamy SfBpMe va *.s old Guateras with another dand M m
a 101 das old. (Note-Accorditg a Agd&.Jiito. Stegamyla Faseiata In Havase cble eatets of the noi, atiply the leath of
tIi an aty be 0a.ed to bie until r a4ya old. With us, l In aeel.sa y the uad this total by the height. ate to laa
tt i t bits wfttout coaxing within twenty oar hour after bagglag ee the rosB divide the oe eatemt bry 60
t U apa case. nt waa believe. at one tBe, that: (1) the f mhte of Ba -S S -SgSWg at agigher reqairalrg i. M
a. oamth must bren they wil bte; ii) that the f a. a*ter *W 1 let 1e feet wlead 10 feet high, ow
!8a t^arones does nat appear to bite aee, oera-at least age gy' or r'all 1,500 meet. Dvt*tmahib 0ast a
seven days thave eapsed; but Dupei saay that t (gMmollag wlat g rs4 Via: 2 pagadg,


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A Pointer for Insurance Men


Theis is the psychological moment
for Ineurance companlte to advr-
tie. They ought to appeal to the
public in full pages, and do ae In all
those papers wherein their presidents
and manager are being raked over
the coals, wherein they are being put
down as the worst criflmials, although
they are not a bit worse than the
manager of other big institutions.
In those very papers they ought to
show to the public how nothing has *
been proved against the safety of 4
their antagonists, the legltlatlve in-
quastters, tha press, the policy-hol-
ders' aseeciations, all these people
admit the safety of the policy-holders'
life insurance policies.. If that is so *
-and it is so--#there is the excuse
for the public not to take out insur.
anoe, and where is the excuse for
treating, even with less regard than
they usually do, the insurance agents
who respectfully call the attention
of those who are not insured to tihe
neceselty of protecting their famllles,
for they may die at any minute, and 4
surely no one can say--no one ever 1
dared to say-that In eases like this
the widows would not promptly get
the money. I
The advertising managers f Insur-
Oane companies now have the chance
to talk INSURANCE-usually the
spoke in their advertisements about

that have beet Ilated and reared apart from the msale Vlt MW iIIDty
and frequenti, l PWbly after they have digested their bl q i, Ok ak
Anopheles, w 1 0 to ire days aftet.]
5. A period. varying from two to five dayt, usallfy MapeWa Sftri t ea bt*
of an infected An,altGtt before the symptoms of yellow fteer ill develOp la
the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
United SBtae Arly yellow fever Commission found that i thirteen e fse
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes ft varied
from fortye-e heoar to lYe days and sev5teem bours, after 1a MM I.)
6. From the above, we gather that It an adult Utegomyla Fsclata Mtas
a yellow fever patlest within the first thtse days of the disease, it will hae/
to incubate the- po in la its body from twelve to ei4teft dkra t4a ia
period in the *"*orlto); then, if it bites a susceptible person at the n*-
tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to .5g It-
self In the bitten pdrsao. Therefore, Ineatimating the probable spread of
yellow fever from a slagle individual to the susceptible persons in his eavirot.
meat, a period of at least twenty-six days must .I allowed to elaps before
the Succeas 0r failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the 4@de
traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In vie* of the fact that several
days ay *lapls before a moSalito infected from the first case may bite a
susceptible perges, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
days, which to the time given by the health authorittes of New Orleans in t~'
present eiddemle, to determine if a focus will develop from an Infected case
after Its AMt apeaace In a given locality.
7. The Stegmoyla yaselata satnot convey yellow fever during the time
that the poison is laeubatlng a Its body (twelve to eIghteen days). It maj
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but Its-bite Is innocnous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fere ts act transmitted or conveyed by fomites (1. e. article
or Inantaate obje s that have come la contact with yellow Ibver patients or
their Immediate surrmnadings.) Hence the disinfection qf clothing. bedling
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaaluaeg by datrt or prettmlty
with the sick, 11 unneceasary.
9. The bodies or cadavers of the dead from yellow fever are aapabl of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
the dtoease (a rare occurreAce); and them only If mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before detemposltilo has set Ia.
10. There is no possibility of eontractlng yellow fever from thU black
vomit, evacuatiouts other excretions of yellow fever pattlens.
11. Al attbok of yellow fever caused, as It always Is, by the bite of the
Stegomyia, aolne Itmmunaty against subsequent attacks of the disease.
fle f the Trained NMrse.


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b n k "Wndy en saps thu a. 3 pm a1 i0m01 2 a d I -01o
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ma "y, nafthy nawr tise muad sooi prilT IIB L wile.TI SElif YELLOW attack a wom. of the W6 t
atses tof d4 utnedimeCat Ttai the **Il- t pama-t trymt will care the come lmiar. a rtl op w. ow -Shrking ad ." mi in 60l h= am -7..kgmam nam
t with t grest, moderbility, red ID p te co
pofr ofdj am ,o HAPmeXRALIX FEE aty. FEVER b

Ad Aan t datn b Matnn Hospital Serviei anse ic s M NE sDs IIuI
tdent to SmedC h.M -t ot Itr- Cirhecar For Display at
GOhel M TW *WK. ui Wi d 011 olve ob gS Ucns hm o Wr n
d Of Crow Ma and istoi eswe the blooandS.aS.S. is ii the idal & d o i o P Offices.
ie wfor th pi p It soo c tbhe te ammml a fea and thereb The following circular has been is. W 0118-8 e lie
SS a blood Of all The Board of Public Works will hold see Ma SUM the 0IB sued by the Public Health and Marine
S a Imat and po= 811nd -esat"ay a special session today, convening at Hospital Service and sent broadcast t
4iS0e atdIsog. S dS :1a aid 10 a. m, when the matter of appoint- s ther r n over thle ountry.it is being display- a Iduc c a
Ss 8. S. P t b ing a street superintendent to succeed m eterr e ed in all postoffices and other promir li A m stop drain
room Ls that Catoh can"sWiand Chas. H. Gingles will be take up and e t le l toee an excellent effect: latest the mnuciM t pln the wtfb tp Into place.
.- eo fh,1g .so, hmauIee l ute ad some one chosen. tr s f whmintof. No Mosquitoes-No Yellow Fever. It is a a e ld prananMt CWe for all female Cui.abihb.
.... om.gSWs Cntrh s.and med- The oDce was declared vacant by Treasury Department ... ..
amm the board yesterday afternoon, but No Bureau of
UlA38L uKr W W^ muow flg U W~he, ^Public Health ano Marine WUU U A i "I UD AWm 3
one was chosen to All the positmionk ---_ i, ttha hela, a ad for Hospital Service. i tostrkctst mImea tet In mywom.band eaas," wt
Assistant Street Superiltendent Note.-The measures herein men- your troubles. ne Os. .1- Placed Baie, o W*er Gro.
SBhos e la tavor of the M1i say that Spottswood has been filling tle posel- bJ gF Iva a"brtlMs, irpMi toned were fbeommended by the Army vie (in siat l v ). Ad- "al my Mwe very
JIM CROW BILL t et three out of the four would tios since the departure of Mr. Gin- t. medical board of 1900, and have been dress: Lals' Advdary Te and trr ar. Shi tamg (
havs voted tor it if they hd been pre- gles. endorsed by the American Public Chattaaouga MAiryi Cs., dtw. fdl I ea aew wemai, a d
IW aIA l IF eat. At present there are no appslU.tee5 g, ,g gu W Health Association and by the Firtt / ooga, T sr I M ."
IN J 1116"Igajpu i0 of ORImN11 fot r the position with the exception of ---- -e tA-in"-e--0
Sne Oor the ption with the excep f International Sanitary Convention of
SThe ordinance requires te street Capt. J. A. Daw, who has been assist- WIMr O4I. 1"rice l60 giltfg American Republics. They have also
ear e iompeal to furnish separate ac- Ing in the work since the breaking out been Justified by the experiences and
aixMg Aper..ll. I M.NIJ G n- for white Mad colored of the fever, or since ho was asked to $100. f ily glarwa ted. observations of the two working par-
Sasengers, and r equi s all white and help out during the emergency. ties of the YeHow Fever Institute of __,,__
PAlRAT1ON OP RAC- ON oloueg pa--gers occupying street He has done satisfactory work for -- <-- I this Beureau in Vera Cruz, Mexico,
an IN a te cty of JockaOVllle to oc- the city during this time, and hasa and by the commission of the Pasteur DON'T MITAKE CHILLS AND FEVER PC
STRIaT CAr cupy the repective ers, or division shown that he Is competent to hold WHITS'S PHARMACY, Institute of Paris, France, operating In
Scars, pwoesi tlr then, so that the position. It is known that some Penesoola, Pla. Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The measures Y -Q FE-- E-R
all white pag grs ab ll oocupy only members of the board favor his ap- Phoite AI, Night Phone 446 have been tested' successfully on a ilW
yT oansh it Tima-tUlnM of the, cars or divislo at ears provided pointment. large scale in Havana. Cuba, and dur-
e *a -g &I tea f for white *a-seager and the colored Ing the yellow fever epidemic at Lare- At UthistM ft year S th7 ae gnC deal dn aldlai tead 6AsA and
O m -, w spassenrs aban oceaupy oly the car F. M." WILLiAM- do, Texas, in 1903: As-es pNrv Tare try
--or divisdo ot arsn r ed tfr color- IVIU ULKL OAVIU co .TRAc'R A, ..S L The infection on yelow yever Is car.-- .
ed dw eg.L0m 6 0 a01mm1Y w e pasa aggug D. D rieC' by mosquitoes, and by no other
,i 1a w- Im. wh" p~midin mug PON04FROM G ALLOWS to Osee rsa hausines buldisg, o l means Is th infection spread.tF
a t the street The bll U provides that all com- FROM ALLOWS @ a l e. Persons take the disease by being IT CURS TO ST AY CURED.
-.of it pei es an d asociations to business. Pnn eola.a bitten by mosquitoes that have pre- Sqold at all drg stores or at
ca of e calduy. -se opting street e in the city of viously bitten a yellow fever patient.I A rf he. ... faT
Sll p o t Ja cksonville shan fmish such sepa- PARDONING BOARD COMMUTED Tire mosquitoes to become Infected D . iine
raadg 6y7 Co acMlmaa Bowd6m of the rate acc~,. >l Mons by the opera- must bite a yellow fever patient dur- UO .0 In iC W
Sevth .WarI sad wsiePd10 a tiUe together oat tWe or more cars, SENTENCE OF "BLACK KID" lng the first three days of his attack.
ie aWeot6m, wit a W Of t prodiag sa ue cre for white paw- .LF IM.I .. l IIUl I These first three days, therefore, are .. ......._ ..-,....
eont. it m c A tb -muleIt singers and sepamte cars for colored TO FE IMPION the most important time for prevent-_ _______I __|II__|111 _1
S whe It s aniMd tSa.d pasemgers, or by furnisghlg separate ysMENT. I LU I IIA S II tU 1 II ing the access of mosquitoes to a fev-
O,1m8-m Re01 sad Wetare accommodatos for white Mal color- er patient.
it p I .tos e aglta Iit ed passeae in the same car. The It is often difficult to decide duringT lit
i ae ra at o on d the cars, or parts i t ca, furamished for Ithe first three days whether a patient lll
Lbut l has eapit was W the white and core passenw repe The Jacksonville Metroposis s?: ll has yellow fever; hencthe necessity i
SWOON 1 i M Was u t rUt m Uvy l, -sh lave a p spicuous David Mitchell adas "Black Kid," U i U SEin threatened communities of placingW
agh *PP .% A 1 U t eO m t theaar, or part of will not hang. The Pardoning Board a mosquito bar Imediately around It wl i o b
m atspr tnisteSUM pt a ers not everpaienlea session at Tallahasseeafewdayera tientwh as fever of any
g ia 48111 e two soo i by .. LiT la kind, and for a three .days at least. .ilS Door, Blinds or LH..a
ah e words "Wt "eof r," parthe of to lim te d hiso death sent. Facts About Screening. . .. .., ... .. ..
s bill wal a111et eits ecod 0m o m y me dis. t sk ca r or part f to l.e Imprisonment. IL 1. The netting used should have W
1 e Im u d NMba s ll- c argo ld"ed tIhee ofwhlte pa"- Attorney A. Z. Adklns, of Bradford meshes fine enoughto prevent the pas-
e o t5e anr- ta nrea a" sengers eor oldred singers, as the county, according to the Starke Tel- sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-20
MA- w as allows: cae amy be; ad whea open ears, to graph, appeared before the board on . meshes to the tich.) a -l ..W.
__ They Vde hb. e e d ftlhe deatthe car, are Thursday last with letters anI papers S1W.mJO f IN la n. 2 It is important to screen the win _
iw e l Presideat Baker ad provide Iorthe accommodation or bearing on the mental coailUo of ", i dows and Iors of the house. It is
S ti owdenB, rown. both white ted eOlod paaengers, ed. the negro and made a strong plea In d mt ld doubly important to screen the beds .Un9 Ml p
54, Hhlafmm.e IHanth#l, Ow4 dijtloal seek sis shall be provided his behalf. The board took tee case fuueb iprataents
see.k 'andm placed '...:"low.:;l y. d le n dy o u 3. Mosqtdto can bite through moo mSe .
'tC : (n: Oo~mm ea W, of the ca. t o to aldlate thereby Mr. Adkins was advised by bite throughthe lmo. 3. 29 can bite through mo7
J--h C- t.U 4 -.u thae p u ii O IkeUserby Mr. bKiy a a b thy sF ai-- h. quito nets when any part of the pail- f2 Bs G d re Pw 7
gue1,,SO MNms aaa Wet11 W. the parti'm of te eae to be ued by that the sentence had been wnam t- .....-^..s- t bodylilncontactwiththenet.
211 ** u wa fmtW by 0 11- whte sat y coWewd paseagers, re ed. n'
lm eaa to his vote a"at speettIly. Itchell deliberately killeda negr m We t* of t ,ewart*- t. e nations should be
t.*.s here ieaus ither prov- mas and woman at lAwtey and was Beratet oapy, says thp Jack- .ade to see that there are no torn -
t 1e _s e e.m ahat h as ea ths k*orewet of the convicted of murder in the 'st de' oarle ttropoltls, s a secvni. pladeae 1 the Bntting or that no mos- e
tpei appovall V e aer si trms of at or ce L ad the penalties gre, and was sentenced to hang. TW uin Theodor Rioosevelt The quitoes have found a lodgment in-
w paea the 4,e- would for a vio e .thmer death warrants were resd to aim. T side a lodgment -
1 _a a a first was recalled because the regular- bUSt7 and easoWiot the Stewart- 5 The netting ahoula be well tuck-
T ek 081 1101 et.1 .1" kty of the term of coUrt at wlo 19tty -Danwoody ef ~,issue- Isine! in ed o keep mosquitoes from enter-
________________ __ _lle_.ame W WieWe& lmea. was convicted was questioned by the 1M5 by Joseph Bullock, clearly s')ws Ing. t moqLite f entJr
am_ O dLef A umae mV iviO N her attorney for another negro oTtet. this. 6. It mosquitoes are found within
&" a a*vl ee at the same term. Thiserst or te Both George Ste t 1and The ore the netting they should be killed in-
ii ON I I HWe % "Now It's being.settled,_ another warrant for theGe n.eore Stewat~,. ~~h Mo !sde and not merely driven or shaken
51 W1 y @sO aM i t e t iea execution of Mitchell was issued, and Roosevelt are grandsons of Gen. out.
Sf M he all preparation' ha been nmadb t Daniel Stewart, whd was a gallant 7. All cases of fever should be
WO G A R ft VSOMI "Heay hanghim. On the day before the ex ld in the Revolutionary war. promptly reported to the local health
wi. rd te G o -ton wai to teake VDese Aleowey .. .D officer. Awaiting his arrival they
G mtt -Oi b~ubave "M a t mfitrlg a t tw Adkins wired the AttGovernor ht bele Dael Stewart had sera.: o with m Ito a
p SA LA S ORUOMISTS Pm -t. Rtt hMs ~. .w_ dear-bt that the negro was insane. Atr children, among whom were Marth Fact Bearing on Moequrit Destruction bar.
, ..-. Wg a p go Ar, either o a much telegraphng a respite w_ Stewart, who married Joh.n tott. 1. Mosquitoes live in the vicinity /
----- ...... granted, and two hounitrs before th d"angtr 1l which they breed. They QD not of
a-t t ft ft Woman wih nett received telegraphic ia:ructl Hester, who married James Bul- 2. Mosquitoes breed only in water
I i b i te til me wated to stay the execution. The .~tot .f lock, who in turn had a daug'. .'r -usually In artificial collections of E
S-premise he wauld have nothai te Attorney Adkins since teat time lal. named Martha-, who married Th o fresh water.
JI ~4. wIh Mk h tnim, *at Waa a ly resulted in the having of the ae- dore Roosevelt, the father of the pres- 3. The young mosquito, or wriggler,
right mo- bt he'd nver beae an gro's neck. set President of the United Si'.es. lives in water at least seven to twelve R
i teperate smake an h mtsa aled thet Instead of paying the death henal. Charles Clfford Stewart a son of 4. Although the wrigglers live in
--- d --- 4. ..... M. ,, ._.. ty "Black Kid" wll lewTe tla a W Gen. Daniel Stewart, married Marion water, they mupt come frequently to f body
I IsflmflLA _r.. M^^,, .T u.i^T~ mdays, in charge of a gurd, to -erve Pelot, and the issue was two sons, the surface to breathe. H b Nod a O
5i VU smL L. W hma .lok. at. Tha life sentence in the elatigang. one of whom is George Stewart, of 5. Coal oil on the surface of the -i- -- "1 [[
9 W nl i .. _.,. ma*t The gallows that was built for hta ex- thli city. water prevents the wrigglers from
SMa M nd Manm, 'You promled me ecution will probably be torn down Charles Stewart died in ao57, a'J breathing. h BiSSr-r sf'rom'.m DJ
v-e i o to malat to do with and used for kindling wood. his widow married the late Col. T. 6. Destroy the breeding places and 1P T
I SJllr p V ~ Dflr l[VesW Irted.- surprised it in a few months It sh~U, prominent lawyer ina Jacksonvill,. 7. Empty the water from all tubs, --- _-- "
i "Them e day -*ts inve act- learn that Mitcheli has ,ucceeded in The pamphlet giving a history of buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, .nee 'nc e so>* -*M
f i ed Ilk ell p~aw d the room making his escape, as so many other the antecedents of President Roase- every forty-eight hours. ~--' --
AIWaV fIl W e a sa bMId the-ht murderers have done, and another velt has much information regarding 8. Fill or drain all ponds, d! hes, MaghwM Tg I
S--"" "the stovq mepe m eetd ealag bat e- murderer with be at large, the Stewarts, several of wuom lived unfilled postpolei, and the like.
Ei---actp ht We was iI e "O as *--- . lorida. Among the latter wrre 9. Change regularly every oay all
UEBUi B --mee-t -en t ,t i William Stewart, who lived on the water needed it chicken coops, ken- .
V I vf,-- prB em ise dI-- Jnt ha vet 'COFFEE NEURALGIA B-wannee river; George W. Stewar:, nels, etc
w! ? t .. Leaves When You Quit and use Poe- St., who lived in Newnanville, and 10. Treat with coal oil all standing PTRt, S lL. OISTR1BUTOR. PENSACOLA PLOW

_^e -WV ammm *W To Bare y- tum. Matilda Stewart. who married G. L. water which cannot be screened or1
UWag to de Wfth~ qe s soking, and
C iWe h~ eam unaerbo& eade' A lady who unconsciously drifted BrtJi, Oft Ocala- drained (1 ounce of oil will cover 15
Sthe nto nervous prostration brought on Several descendants of the Bui- square feet of surface The o il does
Ud .. da bmt A to go for the sto b coffee, says: lks and Stewarts reside In Florida, not effect the water for use if the wa- .
san herself, U 7oh he was a real mn- h bo eena coffe drinker all my and President Roosevelt consequently ter is drawn from below.
iN rslife, and used it regularly, three tImes his several relatives ift this state. 11. Where oillis applied' to standing
was. i Toea Jut bear Ia td hat little a day. water it must be distributed evenly :
eknem ae whae yP D.Seaking John "A year or two ago I became subject DATH THIS MORNING over the surface. c aD ffV l l r 9 @P
ew. to nervous neuralgia, attacks of ner- OF Mt. REBECCA GOLAY 12. Put fine wire netting over c!s'- Offce-Cag 4 *arrauaPh
vous headache and general nervous terns. wells, and tanks of water in
| I lie Atelad .arlt pirnm. tated me for doing my housework, but tanes i Pensacola o Mrs. ebec- 3. Places In which it is undesir- I .1 1
WLee n rostraton 1hic9nIt onyleataocOutThemanysfrendssMwdterqiag- everday use
persel expaed *A r fy petalst rain frequently made it necessary for me to Ces olay will be pained o0 learn abe to tock l a watei
uUIO rDneed not be expected for a few r remain in a dark room foreverrl Sat sohye expired this morning at 2 troughs for stock, lily ponds, and so'
inii IP ~Iseg a tler "'. wrk ith~ d's a a ime tht se xiredthi monin at~ffrth. can be kept free from wrigglers
bdms be a i I employed several good l a n il eai by putting in goldfish or minnows.CLEANING
OMrX A C Oml e nery jst efo e ^ a.: (^ p^^ ^ raw.^ U. doors oetd of seea onh.
thesW are anmsually persistent either onutnoeofrhm Death oeharred at the home of her 14. Clean away all weeds, grass and.
at ~~~oc~ eftIs was able to give me permanent re-dagtr Mr.Rnn tLtl bushes about ditches, ponds, and' other'
i"WwaorA~ectble oijet.daughter, Mrs. Runyan at Little possible breeding places, since these pl tbcs Js a st te t t t
tab Bf 5" ms T58 i Wkt sat utgs at ight months ago a friend suggest- the advanced Tof9 yart d afford a hiding place for the mosqul- t
the apprEac t of iA weamter. Squir- ed that perhaps coffee was the cause theaved&ag be of royerels tivn
IS THE KING Ias sam a4W a4101 01 nuts, of my troubles and that I try IWostam leave a r ge num r o relatives 15 Clean up vacant lots and back'
OF ALL hbaks ef em ae mawually thick and Fod Coffee and give up the Old kind. fehon ot teomeral h a not yard of all cans, tins, liottles, and rub ;V n wl w [
11 Mbe&s ofOf deiMf het s have a I am glad I took heradvi for Y The hour of the fneralas not bish.
rer preta cot If a severe win- health has been entirely restored.Iet been announ 16. Frt do away with, or treat. amllr k oth tarnture store We
Go CIGARS. taris at head. IfW popular ora quak- have no more neuralgia, nor hare I Pc where mosquitoes are known grd pportat of a t lh
ag soleaves- t the amderside had one solitary headache In all these Some Seasonable Advice, to breed, and then begin to work on ,oum a. 9eqtmg here complete from front
ta will ses aSab ew. eight months. No more of my days It may be a piece of superfluous ad- places where they might breed. *tWe ad 7e8 tot te a-ing *5y terms.
TRY ONE I ; h *i ...i *5 battle beo e are wasted in solitary confinement in v-ce to urge people at this season of 17. Inspect and' treat with coal oil.
N: is Ji^ ^ ^ be ^ardark room. I do all my own'work the year to lay In a Supply of Chamber- gutters. culverts, ditches, manholes,' M ; y j A a5EA
sut iLs~i^^ weather may e Thiswith ease. The flesh that I lot dur- aipn's Cough Remedy. It Is almost catching n et along the road. ; ; H If UIP
settled water may be This ing the years of my nervous plout- sure to be needed ,before winter is side. Manhole covers should be .
OwWeso t 6Mat a tion, has come back to me daring over, ad nuch loren prompt &ad sat- 5. WUB M a
r oI a on att our cheap ;se months, and I am once more a kieetory results are obtained when 1. Houses should be cleared of
L w" A me-% e- 5 ft un thayt it healthy woman. I ec eatea as soon asa-co- Is c tractemos tees by nng 1 found of int- 04041
Lew is*^ f ^ar **seMom forea te bdoe until about list of names of friends who e m.c *a before It has becon *settled in the days- r o 2 o o sulphur to
4 110eve tt vlt for the truth of the statement." NAMe ytem, which caa only be done by sect powder or S pounds of sulphur to fever is carried a stagi pte of a51es, as hadlested above
o *, but agoIt go% t-b$ h a given by Postum Co., Battle Creek keeping the remedy at hand. This 1.00 cubic feet of space. The mos- Ito (th o oe
Always ta t t a' wn a Mich. rtedy is *o widely own and so al quitoes wilt 'all to the floor and should detructon It iM to de ver until the danger fr
sm to a i- and at t ro- There's a reaoa together good that no one should bes. be collected and burned. troy all mantt fver has passed. Dtro
AaL ^aitloso eiari 1n of today Ten days' trial leaving off coteea takWe about bayitg it in preference to Succes mosquito destrct o In places W 11 e tb M M9 t ms.
fi rm ga M t ans hig f'rn U g Postum is suclent All Mom other. I tis or Sale by al lrp. dep4Mda uin thes tl M th Invidual ad
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St Beulah, Oct 1 h.-This section was'
visited by a very bad rain storm last
SM, M N M StO Sunday, October 15th. It is seldom
ad- amne .y Alr m lb"Ibm that as much rain falls in so short a
S U--- time as came downInn about two hours
is the verdict of all who touring the forenoon of that day.
have tried oar There was a fair attendance at Sun-!
day school as it ceased raining short-'
W YT ing woa many hoan He attaCn ed ly after 12 o'clock, but the clouds
hyhigh position in the Confederate f F Tra S looked so threatening thtit many stay
m Why, d ner, why Army, waS postmaster general under ed at home for fear of another deluge.
S God pin th star up tight In Preasldmt Hayes, hand was for man7 A Cin for t The farmers of this section are dig-
the sky? years before his death a Federal It is so ofio that gng their sweet potato and selling
IMy did the cow jump rght over tte I*W. Maternally, Lient. Key comes such expresione fali gLng their sweet potatoes and selling
Bowo? C the Lenoirs, one of the historic from the li e of every SKis Heavy and Funds them at the line a ,ast as pisible
&W why did the dish a away ith families of Tennessee. Iaeuts. Fits- one who drn it Dimiam badly on account of so much gwet
the spoon? hugh Lee and U. S. Grant III, are also way with 3r ,anuarpI Are Diminhing. wah The. peddlers are only pa-mu
M3ae didn't he like t to a* the stationed in Washington as aides 0o ed ice creams. ng 90 cents per bushel now, but what
cow fly? with the Asiatic fleet.-Army n ing 90 cents per bushel now, but what
SFy wh he Asac feet -Ary n More money is now badly needed consumers in the city have to pay I do
Why m r, why Journal -or the relief fund, which is being used 'lot know.
er, why The U. Iowa, Capt B. F. i in caring for the sick of the city. The Mr. Henry Garrett and Mr. A. J.
yOt't little boys jump to the moon ley, U. 8. Navy,is dstaed to go to ork that is being done among t ae th are only o nes that have commenc-
it they try? the far cast during the coming year. andy Kithn Caf poorer class in furnishing medicines, e ee that I have heard of.
why can't they swim Jst Aike It is proposed to relieve that ship ndy C food d n urses req es alar Mrs Frank Wil continues to im-o
t amount of money. These families Mrs. Frank Wilson continues to im-
bahes and fings? from duty with the second division ou ff e it n prove but slowly as she ha been a
A' why does the ive little birdioa of the Arst squadron of the North 140 S. Palafo. P boe 99 ld ffer greatly y sick woman Her father is mak-
ase' wings, Atlantic feet a soon as the Rhode the assistance being rendered them. very sick woman. Her father is mak-
S"ive Ulttle boys have to wait till Island or the Virginia jdom that con- The contributions up to the present. ing her a visit now, which will cheese
Qsy dle? L-nd. The Iowa willenablethe ____u-dave are as follows: her up ani' make her convalescence
they die? mand. The owa will enable the au- are a fo s less irksome.
Why, murver, why? thoritles to order the Oregon to the The Donations. Mrs. A. Watters and family spent
Pacific coast, the latter ship being ir t.MY ~PRUi I M. IL Corley, Hattiesburg...... 5.00 Saturday and Sunday with her daugh-
Why, muvrer, wty great need of repairs. That work Is wIrst Natonal Bank .........500 00 ter Mrs. Maggie Hirst, down on the
s all of vose blackbirds all baked likely to oe done at the Puget Sound Under Nw Manaem t. W. S. Keyser Co.............. 200.00 bay. Mr. Jim Hirst brought them
Sa pie? Naval Stat!on and will require a pe A delightful resort immune fro American National Bank...... 200.00 h.me Monay.
11 couldn't we have one if I should riod of several years. It will probably fever, offers to reuees elegant s Conolidated Grocery Co...... 250.0' Mrs. Thos. Barrlneau of the eight
"whlnealrt' be at least six months before the commodations and board at $5 per Fr. J. Schreyer............... 50.90 mile was in the settlement Tuesday try
A' why should it worry when little Oregon can be relieved from duty month, 17.50 per week. Everything Tho. C. Watson............. 100.00 ing toget pupils for a class in music
Soys tease? with the Asiatic feet-Army and irst-clas. Escambia realty Co.......... 6000 By getting the required number she
S WA' hy can't fngs never be now- Navy Register. Le. e Daniel .................. 25.00 can get a teacher so that her own lit-
but h iiy? W. A. Blount................ 100.00i ti girls can have the benefit of taking
Why, mower, why? Mr. M. A. Qura has returned from Goodman, were greatly distressed to Hannah Bros.. ..............10.00 leson at home
a visit to his family in Allanta and learn that when she reached ML People's Bank........ ........ 100.00
Why, marver, why brought them to Marietta where they Washington, Md., she had deveiopod Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00 COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE,
lt a Utte boys frosts always ache will spend several weeks. Mr. Quina diptheria, presumably contracted on Lele E. Brooks ............. 10 00 Foley & Co., Chicago. originated
when they cry? is at his Bay 'lore residence with the Journey. She was taken at once, J. M. Coe .................... 10.00Honey and Tar as a trat and lung
m' why does it stop when they're Mr. Ed Gale Quia and family. to St. Agnes convent and put to bed. Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00 Hremey, and Ton account of the great
cuddled up close? and a message came yesterday say- K. F. Gonzalez ................. 2500 met and ouat o oley's Honey
m' w t does the sandman do dse c ing that Miss Hazel is apply recov Southern States umber Co.... 100. merit and T popularity ofns re ofere
do you s'pose? detr t of te L. N., has b ering under the care of the good sts. Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.0 r tny iii wortess
why do r Ink bell ~ oined to his rertat of the Lm & N., has en terms and will soon be able to take up German-American Lumber Co.. 5000 for the gunuine. These worthless Im-
a oo bnned to hisr oom for eve al her studies. Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00 stations have similar sounding names.
by da result of a severe cold conJ.R. Saunders............... 00 Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
S hy, m wO ? treated during the recent cold spell The many end who attended Penoola, St. Andrew Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-
SI. Kel tber wh the right oe was on- the funeral of MrsD.D. C. Eitzan ye- Gulf Steamship Co ......... 25 0 ae. Ask for itand refuse any su-
AN N AVY NEW orlvided" terday morning and the many beanut D. Kugleman ............... 10.00 cstanut It is the best remedy for
S Admiral and Mrs. W. C. M. R Klar expected to re- fulfloral offerings laid upon her White................. 5.00 coughs and lds. W. D'Alemberte
Afbe. U. S. N., a r daughter.turn the north about the last bier were but afaint expression f S. P. Shotter Co................50.0Druggist and apothercar, 121 South
Strar the north about the the sorrow of ala who knew thatlOve- Joe Coleman .............. 2.00 Palafox street.
iUm aom "i P ln we, east nt the month ly little woman. General tympathy'Is A. F. Warren ............... 25.00
I Mr. Paul Tro's ed wl felt for her two nephews Mr. Paul M. L. Roch ................... 5.00 H. H. Thornton ............... 10.0
tlltl oa i. n L e fmot% i2i Mr. Paul Forl t s will i
r. pleased torle e' friends will to Toroe and Mr. Ulrle Dlgttn who Jno. B. Jones................. 5.00 J B. Roberts .................. 10.00
S.E ft.st, .has .ee t up 1 b ed atn b beowly oauv t- made their home with her, and for T. H. Latmon & Po........... 1500 J. p. Williams Co............ 100.0(
Wr t 0s ha o1 sa i-. up Inbedh Mr. Gus Eltsen her brother-tn-Lwyw Wm. Johnson & Son .......... 2500 T. A. Jennings................ 100.00
Str, S aska W. TImumdeIa U. 8. N.J. between all of whom and Mrs. lt Clutter Music House.......... 10.00 Geo Wright .............. 50.00
- V.1 M ", Iat t h f Mr and Mrst g. F. ulaughm and there existed a mutual affet Meyer Shoe Store .......... 15.001 Cash ....................... 5.00
w ekffttiswee ti! e n M1n0he d standard Clothing C .. 10.00 WQuina & Guttman ............ 10.00
y this tr nda- mil re in iacon heilthee. dTag- Mr. and Mrs R. M. Cary, baby and Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00 Frank Reilly ................ 25.00
SriendswI t las tas in college. he MissBoniay, the trained nurse, Maxell & Reeve........... 20 00 S. A. Friedman................10.00
hee.maft esd ur hed ottae there Mi BonwIn the trSPned nur sco, Jr..................00 D D a. Dannheisser ...............500:
r turrntine was inaugurated and 'B0 P. Campbell............... 5.GJ H. O. Anson................. 1000
*. *. i l ~C will remain till 'col weather. d ies H. H. Boyer ............... 250 arston Quna .......... 25.00
l*m0 Abeen;I.m Cd haM a srpdent tn sumere Kress & Co.................. 10.00 W.J. & B. Forbes ............ 100.000
w as a tne o Mrs. Waren Candler is in Lake Caldwell w have now in reenvie D Hale Wilson.............. 25.00 N. Goldring ................. 15.00
low" 1 etd atarnt a et P th avfCity.r F da., visiting her daughter Mrare now in r A. M Avery ................. 25.00 Cash .... ................. 5.00
s s.l eApddew Slt8edd and her new grandson AlI. G r f ordon & Brown .............. 15.00 W. H. White & Co............ 5.00
7 It Whir, will be aed Marie n Mss Roby Morris daughter of Mrs. Those. Pebley... V 6 -
e D -r Tm re. C T~ ):.whoo wRa be chrlatened Warren Can- R b s be o e Thoe Peble .... ?.. ... 5.00 Warren Fish Co .............. 100.10
Na. 114 a r dler .a honor of the bisbop.-Atlanta Frank O. Johnson has been quite Furbes Furnitqr C ........ 400 ensacola Stables ............10.00
: W.o m Leembete -r wl Sick for several da and her fTauly N. O. r Peim ...n ....0 aola Stablen .............. 0 00
M5 eoomug wlrtqr. Oetln w ere very anxious but the young lady H. O. De1flfa- C.. 25.0 Southern Bell telephone Co.. 25.00
h Mi ee the attractive daughter escaped the fever and Is now up, to W. A. IY MD mberte .......10.00 J. S. McGaughey............. 5.0
b aacoy e April, Ed. Williams and Mrs. i- the relief of their many riends. J. M lb .25.00 Armour Packing Co......... 25.00
L.. -~r. Albt L. K, t alow fev Fritay lad Saturday is Miss Maron Herman, sister of B. Gerson.... .;.. ....... 1500 Star Laundry ................ 15 00
eelt. is thow and rs. Charle H. Blss has arre Kryger. ... ... ,......... 17 90 L. S. Brown & Co ............ 1b00
the Dfr Times of Chatet ~ o alesce as raproinl as could be expect- from Ohio and will make her bome Green & Waten .,,......... 10.00 Jddge H. Bellinger............ 15.00
Tmam.: The compliment to the Y~ong!,ed. Their three children who had with Mayor and Mrs. Bliss.. C. VaPelt........... 5... 0 Marks & Gayle.............50 00
sowtherner will be rned With 'the dene are now up and about. h kind The 'Pensacola J 'nal.......... 25.00 Swift & Co., ................. 25 00
pleasure by his host of friends. e.The id you wt-ue C.. B** *. r 10 00 Miss Fannie Henaieson ........ 2.50
Lemon and Vanilla a.tracts. Abe& Naval Storeg% rt. ..... 250.(0 McKenzie Oertng & Co. ..... 10 00
Is a representative of two distinguith- The iMends of Miss Hazel Atsing- we W B re o o ..... 250.00 McKenzie O eating & Co.-..... 00
ed southern families, his father hav er the young n!ece of Mrs. C. Itely pre goes twi as ar n' the W. B. Wright Co...........0 Dunwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.00 i -
1 ee erC. C. flavor is perfect. 6y Blue Ribbon N. Apostle ......... .. ,... .2.00 J. S. Roberts .................5.0)
Lemon and Vanilla sad say it plain. McDavid-Hyr Co............ 25.00 Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00
Sr s D jy Fani Fle ............... ,0.00 o L. & N. R. R. Co.. .... .... 100
9%e Joaurn a D Fash9Mior Feaeer NTeotice ofN" ine. th A. A- Fisher .........../...... 50.0 F W. Marsh .................15 00
TT Journal'sDaiy Fas n There will be a regular meeting of H. Baars & Co............... 100.00 R M. Cary ................. 10 00
Rathbone Lodge, No. 30, K. of P., to- Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00 Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 00
night. Work in Second and Third F. C. Brent................. 25.00 Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00
Rank. All members who can are re- John Shepard ................ 500 Electrc Terminal Railway Co.. 100 00
quested to be present. A. Di uatro ... .. 2 00 Goulding Fertilizer Co ........100.00
Alex Zelius .................. 10.00 John C. Avery................ 25.00
**, .smeimr p 6**. D. Levy ...................... 1.00 P. Martinez ............... 2 00
Coal is vital. About three big brab ~. J. J)unham ................ 5.00 J. W. Maloy ............. 5.00
edi men out of 7,000 know the so ty Gulf Machlne Co .............. .00 Welles-Kan Co ........... 25.00
e or f. H. Smith & ao............ 10.00 Rhode-tchh-Collins Co...... 1.00
Ireire for their flwe -. .a.t .Bar Pilots ...... ...... ..... 100.00 A Moog ..................... 10 00
three. The other 6,,0 trki aytbfl W, 8. Iamar............... 100.00 southern Cotton Oil Co.......50.00,
.the dealer aeods a1k4, r75i of Scearrttt Moreno .............. 5.00 F. e Brawner ........ 10.00'
the number of rooms tob be bata6, s W. s. Rosasco ...............10.00 P. Reese .... ... .... 5.00
of smoke dflue, dampes, draft, oeeld ai Marine Grocery Co ... .0 D. H. Klusmeier...... ..... 5.00
box,etc. Rsuits::dit y rm tmo H. Muller .................... 5.00 Lion Brewery...............25 00
coal used than Is na aty sad met F. O. Howe Co............ 25.00 L. Bear Co................. 50 0(9
h. hy beat enough to go ar d. J. C. Porter.................. 10.00 Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
Even the most ordimary tatelligene J. A. Chafn .................. 25.00 Co .......................25 oo00
is not applied to the question of co t .. L. iedman & Co............ 10.00
consumption at home with a ilew to Sullivan & Sullivan ........ 10.00'
economy and edtleleney. A dealer, look. IT CURED THE DOCTOR. Dr. E. C. Bennet ............ 5 00
Ing at my furnace, l, 'UEgg r al,* McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00
iNft New Scientific Dandruff Treatment J. C. Pebley................ .0.00i
nd delivered f teens. 5l Recommnd by a Physician. F. Williams .............. 10.00
Must have been gaugd toUUtrlch 1 Mrs. Mary C. Crawford. Oakesdale, Wicke & Co ................. 10.,)0
S 8ome of the lumps wre sL Incbh Wash.: "Herpicde cured me perfectly Phil Pearl................ 4.10
ng and .. ..nearly three Indla 4 diam, of dandruff and ftillng hair." F. W. Cook Brewing Co. .... 50 00
eter Thee tns ~~Zh kpt te D. E.. BardseyChapaig, Il.. enaor S R.Mallry.......550J

eter. Three tons a mtuth kept the Dr. E. J. Beardsley, Champaign, Ill.. Senator-S. R. Mallory .. .. .. 50 00
SQueen Anne or Elisabet aback down "I used Herpicide for dandruff and L. Wiselogel .............. 5 09
I to about 56 degrees, and as a re-en failing hair, and I am well satisfied F. R. Meade ................ 10.00
forcement we bought S radiators, with the result." P.Tornoe ........ ............ 5.00
Coal bill $18 a month, gas bill 4. My Alf R. Kelly, 2195 Desadero street. Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co ... 100.00:
Neighbor after six years o experience San Francisco: "Herpicide put new Clyde Wilson ............ 5 00
and a modicum of brain power used growth of hair on my head. Herpicide E. D. Beggs ............ 5 00i
pea coal and had a royal good re night does more than is claimed." G. L. Williams .. .. ..... 1 00
and day; a to and a half a month and Herpicide kills the dandruff germ. H. L, Berry ......... 10 00
"Destroy the cause, you remove the Cash .... .. .. ........... 100 00
no gas. His furnasce ad a5 ot ls effect.--cures dandruff, falling hair, Geo. Lewis, Tallahassee,.... 100 00
,* equipment were exactly l ke a ow,* and prevents baldness. For sale by W. B. Sheppard, .. .... 25 00
Sense and no sense. In the ggrgaft W. A. D'Alembirte, 121 South Pala- C. E. Merritt, .. ........ 5 00
vast sums are wated thrWgh Bie- fox street, or send 10c in stamps for M. S. Pond .......... .. 5 00
race of how to use coal *all CL.- sample to he Herpicide Co., Dertoit. White Employees at Millview 50 00
New York Press. Mich. Joe Roth .. .. ..5.. ..... 5 00
Colored List.
A l *of mo st me Ws Big Zion Sunday senoc' .... 5 00
Thlife of most men will be add M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 50
ed or lightened by the thing that mayor os. H. James, .............. 5 00
chance to befall them. In the w H. Harvey. ...............2 00
whom I speak of whatever may hay THERF. Moses Lyman ............... 100
pen is lit up by their Inward Nba Richatr Morris ..............5 00
When you love, it is not- w lov t NO FRAYED Ca .. ....................... 55
forms part of your destiny, b e O L. F. And-rson .............. 2 00
knowledge of self that yoe will have Marion Blue ................. 1 00
S'knowlndge of that y ou l Preston Goruon .............. 100
ond deep down to yoa r lve-th. EDGES .ron Johnson ............... sa
Is that will keep you to fasi yout St. Paul church .............. 751
life. If you have bee decefve It I On the Shirts, Collars and Washington Clark ............ 5 00
not the d ePtion that mtters, the Cuff w6e under. Let us Whitleld Dupont ............ 1 00
forghvens wheretIt ae Mrth I call for yours. Rev. W. A. Woods,-9th Avenue
your mel and the b tiM wnsdm 1 Baptist Church, ............. 2 00
COAT AFTER T IE PwDIED EMPIRE completeness th T Star Steam c an.... ....1.00
SStar A Colored Citizen............ 5 00
A"cnl ottnys haven of blriht awllsl Ninth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00
A Charming model I n-0 Obr with baudsnme black braids and fancy by these s aA ,qp mo sle Aarn S. Johnson ..- ...... 1 09
the modtsh empire lIs To the yoke buttons. W*rlahag aem the bust car th6 n sal Y MtZion Baptist Church A..... 3.21
ever the shoulder the coat U hbr- rfegulate the a ltaleM the disappear- than f all h M n B t uh......
r*d. a panel effect being attained both ing unda the plastn panels, and the ftL But it by thin act at.eest Keeyour system In good condition
Vuckud Tont That in dpck nectxltdownadeepV lh The no come momII nISILSL1
tack sad front. That in the back neck se et down la a deep V lim. The h not sbows a double box pleat while the sleeve is shirred to the armaisa. fl tfalth, wider ra ge yew let Plato, the great stomach healer, for
trot elowks a plastMa line. The ori at the ta. and gather below the el- have ye been aVtOr ro .- g la sale, wholesale and retail. h v- -
Sral model is in a pretty shade Ot red, bow nlate a d bramie cat. TI M.trc McHugh.



The Quality Store.

Boy's Clothing,

We have just placed on our counters the most Com-
plete, Serviceable and Fashionable Line of Boys'
Clothing ever shown in the city, and at prices of
$1.50 tq $6.00 per suit. No such goods have ever
been offered at the prices. We have also X A X


J Boy Shoe.
largest exchist
the United Sto
years' eapcrie
and have mor
market. Ever




Made In .I Leathers
reduce your shoe bills by buying the American
They are made by N. B. Thayer CI Co., Inc., the
ire nmanufhturers of boys' and youths' shoe in
ates They contain all the features that twenty
ce have proven to add to the wearing qu-me*.i
e style and fit than any other boy's shoe on the
y pair exceptt Patent Leather) fully guaranteed

. &. B. FORBES.

This is a New Shoe on the Market

and has a reputation to make

here. We do not hesitate

to guarantee it.

Yours for Quality,


PHONE 1100

Do not wait until the yellow fever gets you to order
the supplies needed at that time. You should have them
in the house ready to use. We carry everything in that
Mlustrd, Flax Seed M el,
Llthls Tablets and every-
thing me#ded In Casm of

We can also supply you with all fumigation neccssi,
ties--Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, etc.

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.


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Announce Specialel
with Implicit confidence in the present, and a great future for mla

takes great pleasure in announcing-
Their Readiness for a Large Fall and Winter Busines,
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive aa fast s
goods are packed and shipped, the largest assortment of Fine Grease
lea that it has ever been our pleasure to handle-because we feel and
know the people of Pensacola are capable of rising superior to any ea.
lamity that arises, and that on the wave of prosperity comes the ds
sire to Pure and Wholesome Table Foods.



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WA.NTD.--ood wocdh to cook and
do house work for family of two.
Apply after 8 a. m. 2 B. Gregory.
WANTO. rxperenced mill mat
and machinist is open for position to
rua saw mill fwr s one who has
Bill 4a timber. (a give first-class
rfermees,. A1rte P. 0. Box 319,
Peinsaoola Pi*. l7octiw-

or ea The Jeureal y so SWeuyag this WANTb-4st-lmet eOnectot for
cAee and the copy wil be adly pa14 aereanadise aeemoat; good salary
tor. o and expenses. Address Manager, P.
0. Box 0le7, Piladelphia Pa.
Wwtm'D).--,4ome one with Ultsale 7loct3t*
lt to baUd a lve eam houee for me,
and allow me to pay for it in Install- WANTED-Mbn to learn barber
raits. God ave tt, as I am will- trade. Pall term begins Oct. 16.
ing to pay a atr ohae of Latet. A Adppl y at oa OW teWmetd save
drees A. J. Homer, areM JoRal. years of appieanUeahlp. Little et-
S1oetlm*. pIM, Torls gtva, beard provided.
Cataloe mailed free. Moler Barber
We want the paMe to wremeber that College, New Orleas, Ls 16octlw*
eam .at A a am d m a t -

Government street, ad sUlitg gr-
certe arnd predI ebpear fla aay
ct jer firm kapmila. We memn
i hat we say. Geo. W. Pryor & omn.

KIN & t HRAL. coatractn palaters
aid decoratrs. rIae variaftia
anA finishing. Sign paUting a ae
cia t. Residence phone 34. Saug.
WANTED-To buy a secead hand
safe abom s X I ts iM mmsure-
aents. P. O. Box 881. l8octlw
DO TOO m t to Ibt m r S s ltng?
& Ilte s u7 t a a Iamn O aOm"
to -day.
W&NTP-Balfta me tftmmm
werk. Q e ham*e 46, R emisoma
pae 3. Aoests & Whft AM M.

WArT.-l nWrybody to kaow that
our Ble of Cofee may be imitated
but en't be equaed. New Orleas
Gorcery Go. es. Meltugh Pr p.

WANTD--.-The public to know that
we 're pioneer Cofe ebasters of
Firia. ew e OrlMns Oenoos 1 o..
'&s. Mcllf h. Prp. a"
WANTbr--Trhe Mercaat Tftase
Co wants your moving and baulag.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. ThoI.
se. Prop. Pkone 97L8 18ieels.
We want everybody to know that we
are Whele a sadt reali g'oes *
still a* the old stand. New Orleas
Grocery Co, Jas. Mcnugh, Prop.

A. IL MK AM wea r prar sViMa
and aullag. He guarantees ll break-
age. Phem UL

WANTick-Men and boys wanted to
eata s$ day, ATer two months in-
struotion, peltfot hmnaateed. Coyno
Bros. Co. Plumbinf Bebools, New York,
Cincinati, O., St. Louis, Mo. (Free
cataloge) octly
WANTID.-ABa ltellgit person may
est $10 to $15 weekly In spare
time corrSposdtlg for newspapers;
no canvassing. Snd for particulars
Northern Pres Sybdloate, I.ockport,
N Y. 3oct3m

WANTED.-By Chicago Manufactur-
ing House. person of trtworthyness
somewhat familiar wi local territory
as assistant In braaeb olce. Salary
$18 paid weekly. Penaenat position.
No investment required. Previous ex-
ortee et m ulssUs to aunag.


Shouses (new) renting p 1.0 per
*monfth...... .... .. ... ,* M.0 ,
Two 2 room houses renting $10.00
per mouth................5.
4 room bouse west Romana m090.00

For Rent.

7 room house, 918 B. 8ttong.... $12 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

804% 8. Paldfox St. Fisher Bulldifg.

For b.e7
F&R SALE-Let the Southern Matb
tress Co., make that old bed new
They guarantee all work. Prices low.
Delivery free and prompt. Leave of-
ders at Green & Watson's or phone
FOR SALE-Dr. Boulter's office out-
fit, house-hold goods, piano, cow
and calf. Call at house 813 N. Spfila
St., between 2 and 5 p. m., or at oced
between 9 a. m. 12 p. m. Mrs. H. H.
Bouter. lboctlw
FOR AALb-Completely turaishtl
house, corner Gadsden St. and 7th
avenue. Beautiful home. Must be
sold at once-a bargain. Marion Olut-
ter. 17octlw.
JUST RECEIVED-l Irge shipment of
imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint,
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
& Co., ship chandlers and! grocers, 701
South Palafox. 4oct.
CHICKEN WmaUA prdu kMs
Makes fowls especially we l&
The chapest food to be mnaud .T
Mellnm a o, P. .b l$t

rIOR BAL a.-I am Floraa State Aa
for Fire and Burglar Proof hates af
Vast Fixtures of all dederipUsti
manufactured by Alpine ade s*
Look Company of Claeisati, OLo.
Communicate with me for priodeel
terms before buying elswL ra Sear.
rltt Moreno, Pessaoola, H.

Do you value your 6ealthtft a ,
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dtey"
and "Schly. New Orleans Groot6
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 3S
We have been with you Jl P eame.
1a since 1874, and AtIll intend to at.s
with you and srve you With Ml bt
of groceries at lowest aIF-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co.. Jas McHugh. Prop. augs
MOR BAL -At a anorlU, arUatm
store, stolk and aeeos 0t a
lt8-140 E. Intendencda. gi

Address, Mar Branches, Cono WANTED-Seoonad-hnd Corn, O
BAok, Chi.cao 3oct3w* and cotta seed meal aeha a 4
town shipment eollec8e WritM oa
WANTED.--Partles in need of carpenr- S. Mellen & Co. Smareor
terms, plea rifg p paoe No. 776, FOR SALS-On. Choice bloak on toa
or apply to L Redenbadk, business of tae ridge east of the eleaS1t
agent, room 1, old Armory building. railway, between 7th and 8th trehrt
2Zsept2m* Nature has favored this section and it
WATrED.-All young persons wao cannot be dupliested A. V. Chub,.
are good ateographers or book- PLUTO WATER-Cures CoonstlpUtn,
hoPeers, that are seeking positions or Liver and Stomach troubles. For
promote to register with us imme- sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. Me-
diately. We eaa cure yw good poe- Hugh. ectl1.
itions. -We are having more calls
dally than we can supply. It will co- i FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-ysar
you nothing to register with us. Meux old Berkshire herd oar, Duke of
& Munro, Proprietors, The Mohiie Florida, No. 68,98. Also some Soe
Business Collese, No. 6144 N. Royal young pigs. I six-montis-Old oar, a&U
St., Mobile, Ala. 15septlm* registered and transferred. Carl Set-
ter;ind, Chipley. Fla. 1iJly

WANTI -The public to know that
PLUTO WATIR will eure Ooanse
nation. Stomach and liver troubles.
F)r sale wholesale and retail, by
James dcHugh. oct12

FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New
City. Tract No. 312. For c~Ah $400.
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court omus.





Corner West Intendencia and'
F. streets. House in good
condition. Rent for $8.00 per
month. Two extra lots go
with house

412 North Palafox street......$36.
715 North Baylen.............. 40
304 North Spring .............. 25
323 East Gadsden............ 15
814 East Strong ............. 15
625 West Romans............. 10

Money to lend at the lowest
rate of interest.



Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox *treet,

FOR SALE.-Large quantity of old
newspapers on hand for sale. All
clean, and whole. Only 5 a hundred.
Apply this omce.
ALL FOR $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated.
Sugar, pound Qur Own 40 cts.
Blendid Tea, 1 ponmd Aldetnay Bak-
ing Powder, this powder is equal to
Royal that ooe you 50 events per
ounid New Orleas Grocry o.
1100 L

FOR SAiL.--Shlgles and Wod for
ale. Apply to C. I. Creghton'j
Mlli, just west of MuseogeW wharf.
ro1t 8Ia-S6O&'l hit bte;k 11,
tftolM 400 fe1 oan 1th street, by
17% teet on Bay View Parkj also
Nola half of bloek 213 fiwoew 409
#Oft iai th' U, W,1271 tl~ !
Vievr f Th. a oly pro pertrwa4 o.
fat "ir vla* Pw that s, aow tor
aos.- The, bttB rt'i gown tbh
bayo n tad dutL th bay So-Wvr be

sor ;Ala b-Ceoj yiya" pos
6tat cards foir U at Whtte's Res-
taurant, two for five cents. Outside
ord tr will not be 5lle#e ualess ach
andaa postae accompaaes order. Or-
der qui ck. sept.

9,ey to L.M.
A~ _

SO31X= TO dIAD-O. gaft teess
a"wUSevt?, Of 4f0d ef L Lateral
at Nowesat m&s.l~slie ILbra&s"
pih" buIldIng"a
%.A11 O~ swsad me a
N og 9P. payabl*
in M& 1. 5.A. Wlleu*1 "2
St~bC su ull din
gI~ 1. tb 2des01I~

1JUSN' L.UL~lilW
Sam *itt a&
Sale Who, Ga

1 rena IW
0Mg Sbaent. p

MONEY LO4N0LX = a as knds of p
9in"m propvtIt an short nRo"".
Terms easy. J. W-. buar, upstair
29% SOuth PkIafbl S, ?bOI r1144

vunMrrD Aftwndt OfU nsr p n
ais all kinds of P pWmW proMW
of lriot Ioboalnes a ft Wi large
r -a~ 0,9-- it - rt

WANiT-T-o r eOetle work a0 __ leaS. The New ser Lms Co.. 2l
kiaas Let us elea re f are.. ALL FOR $1-10 Ibs. Granulated Isa-n awso.
pair .r dLtusmo edo year wtrta. ta i Sil lul 4 Sugar 1 pound Our Own Freshly
Fbone 570. Pen-aola Electri- CoJ Parchea Mocha and Java COffee, 1 lb. a M IVSn .
eraer Intendencia and Bayles streets. Call at The Journal office and get Aldernay Baking Powder, ths Powder 4 PALAO .
Iunoelm. i old newspapers at &c a hundred. Clean is equal to Royal that costs you 50 ..o09 L PALAPOX $.
--ne--- 1wLand whole. Gaod 5or wrappindr. Cl et cts. per pound. New Orleans Grxocery mONTx TO LOAN ON DIAMONDa
PARTI- who wa to pu. uner rati. Co. 11 .o ""plo t Watche, Cbs ns. Rlsand all nagi n
eam or anything ee for t or to put under mattiDg. Of collateral security at lowest rate of
atte, will find The Journal Want .FOR SALE--Secoan-hand cash raei interest. Bargaias a Ieareeeaem
Ad a great e. AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' ane-. ter In perfect condition. Wil 's1 -leges
SMalarial and Oill Cure. It cures eash or or, time. A real bargain. Can ,
to stay cured. It is a good tonic a be seen at James McHugh'&s. 2adh
F OR RENTV good liver regulator. You need it at LOST
I this time of the year. On sale at asi GROW GINSENG. Large prlta -
FOR RENT-A five-room oettak, druggisls. or at Lewis & Co., Nast Room in your garden. Roots for ale. LOST-Black and white setter pup,
110 E Cervants. 2 blocks from car. Government street. Price, 0Oc. Write today for literature Buckin a rswering to name of "Jack." Re-
,ilm gas. bath and screened. N. 13seplm. ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesvile,.' ward for return to L. Jacoby's store.
Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware RQOULAK MAIL LdX-O oonrtey. 13aug3mos. j17octlw.
Dept Forbes S:ore. 130ctlmo* ance for travelln: public. Daily ser- -Fine Hr--- I --
I sm Chipley to Bay.: YELLOW FEVER NURSE.
vice m h way. Prom (.hipley to f or sAleat, al stores An. Mu ............
FOR RENT -Res.cence lately o+ be"d Address J. M. Ta Il. Chipl-ay for sale at all time. Turrpatise
copied by Dr. W. S. Hall. No.. 111 W. IL 24 operators' wants given special atten- Mr. J. J. Regers has nursed yellow
LaRua street Apply to IL M. Cary. SAL STAT. tion. Call on or address Dillon &; ver very successfully through ser-
43 8. Psalee street. TA L E" Penuel. Marianna Fla. sactlsf itho h n
m. s tAL WTATE n all Parts a ,Pnuel. Marianna el, Fla. actl epidemics of the past, both In
SYe boay the Penald a we w ill WANTED.-YOu to know that yon fPdacola and New Orleans, and now
.. ..buif .ld youthr bhoat 4 Mt p a bu oe clSan o wd at Lyou c i ers her services to those requiring
a ae W buy c clean od papers t a trained yellow fever nurse. Call on
WANTEO-My patrons to know that b TAIXLORU-B. o DItado ce c heap. her at 1404 Ast OGden or phone 853
oy school wiil open at the sam*e aesa eleas bprn.essnd I FOR SALE.-My residence on Eaqt _--r________i__otm
lace as heretofore. as soon as the yel Jr a a ot aos. No 1l Hill. either including whole blMok --
I'w tcrTr Fi'an wi pen Miss Wt eo ., Omo. Pen aola ot .of twenty lots 40x187 1-2 feet each orI Jlard ld R A .
l'attie Hode n.4eepiL; les quarter block of flve lots. Apply dt . .i.
Smy offce. Thiesen Building for furtui BOADER WANT)--4 regory
WANTED-ThI people of Peasseoa, Keep your system in good condition r particulars C. W. Hagerma. BARD SWANTDGregory
to eee* worrying. Let The Joural and you need not fear any disease. 2 lm street. ood locaties with or with-
Want Ads svie the problem or yoa. Pluto, the great stomach heater, for au out rooms. 18octim*
They are expe d detectives, and can sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas. RTN n ...
fin6 the maa you are loing for itf McHugh. 00 TO UR TO ae a t l U U WANTED-A few boarder at l W.
he Is Included In the t26.W or .0 | .. .___ .C.Be ae& bs t Ltoat. Be e bte ~wk*e
people w1ci makes the polplatlos 0(0 .h"-emae e bWoAlfOOtwO
L__..... "TE L ATI t Mm 5 yeas ayl3 ,7

SAILMAKER. VANCE'S HALL NORTH OF ASHE- rol BALK.-1t-rowm wase4. ear iht _ad do.
J. a. PORTMRM, alhmaker, fTIt oet VILLE. N. C., t, ALTHY, EX- lot, 2 blocks trom I Patla lt i o iA -a
fPaato 0t8r. Orfas taaM 2W CRLLENT TALL. AODDRESS 192 o ear tae. w or irmealar WhiA*- -0 -i Ig=- m
team a C. sU teet at e VANCE'1 MALL ALMANOR. N. C. quire of Standerd Clothlan O. ,
ems et Pricea reasonable. a I aept. J. a .



Offer exceptional inducements
to those d-asiring 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

Office Second Floor Thiesen Building.


CO There wll be a meeting of this
09 body on the first and third M ednea-
00 days of each month at 7:30 p. m. AU
00 delegates are requested to be pres-
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. Ia DIAY, President.
t Secretary.

Peaacola Lodge No. 2. K. of P.,
meets every Monday evening at 7:30
o'lock at their Castle Hall, Blout
Watson buildrig, corner Paaitox and
Gardm streets Visiting brethren eor
Jally welcomed
H. HORSLiK. K. of R. & 8&

Rathbone Lodge Na
30 K. of P., meets every
SThursday evening at 8:00
o'tlock tbher Otleh
JI1 third floor. Blunt.
Watson building, south-
Swet corner PNafo. and
Ouade N rMeti VMltting W l* rm
cordially welomed-
C. Levy, K. of R. & &
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Coumabu
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intendeon
da street, on every
SMonday evteing at
7:30 o'Cloek. At n ~
citation Is exteagdd
to vis tfAn Klg ht s O s
MDM. OXe Grand Knight

Pwuaeeoe LOlg 10 1. O 0, P
Pesacola Lod4g No. 4, L O. 0. 1.
eets every Thursday evening at 7:s,
at the new ball on West plM
street VisUnlg brnthren eordwaly
Invited. T. INSON,
B. IL wITOV80, Seeremary.
Naom Loge No. 10, Rebekah 51a.
ters aeets every Mopday night at
I do'loek a L 0. P. taL VIe
tlug sisters cordially invited to be
present. MRS. S. DOTHATIR.
M. a. B. A. No. 81 meets rst anC
third Wedalda evening at 7:U 0 P.
m., Raford Hal, No. 10 West Inter
dencia Stret.
A. (. MILL, Pre,
J. L.. SWiNEY. Sec.

Lve Oak tamp No. 1, W. O. W..
meets to Pythia all lot and 3rl
Wednesdays Ina *ch mouth. VisitUin
sovereslas eadially invited
W. o. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
of each month at 3:80 p. m.. 3rd floor
Whtsn building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially invited. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsen,

Professional Directory.

Room 405 Thiesen Building.


Ir ~-~-- ircl~c~I~rw- -rlra~lrr;rC;;;~r;;~lL ~ paqllplY--- ---l-- I~l IC IL~ U

200 Lot For Sde.

Weekly Payments

of $nL 0*. 10

NoTaxes l Ne Intetl

Thos. Pebley,
Offce Cor. Rome and sl Sin' g

LEf I&-- M--

Mederi a
By virtue of a decree rtdffh 6b
Hon. Francis B. rter, fd-16 the
Circuit Court of eiatbItW etltyW,
Florida, on the 19th day of Bka-ir
A. D., 1905, tn the O f d J. O. ,iO
nintgsagainst W IllieHWlISf ad MIN-
nie Williams, his wife, 1 W*l, o-
day ,the fourth day of DecdM, A.
D., 1906, sell at public outcry e cad
to the highest bidder before ae emun-
ty court house door is the dil of
Pensacola, Florida, dddl the d&I
hours of sale, the wollowlut deeserIed
property, or a' ttOleien taoeMeo to
satisfy said decree, ettuate, ItMf and
being in the county et bealimbf, state
of Florida, to-wit: The Neith f ft
(50) feet of Iot lbur (4) ad the
north fifty (50) feet of the Wst half
of lot five (5), in Block mAftv (61),
East King Trat, eat o( TChr.tW
street, cityoddPklfO &ia. Tote ith
the tenemetf t el( at iad
purtenances theresko l ekUb orla
anywise appertUdalSgm eoast
of purchaser. eotLt M L* lH. Mws-
ter. loeteasw4w.

Notice of ap$licaUoa et to
sell liquors, wiMes Md beet. 6 tife
as, D. W. NIme tnd W. W. Nims, part-
nzra trading and doing bestems thder
the ftrm name ro D. W. NIf A lko,
have fllet with the Board of O~aty
Cor missioners for ca*r bMa u Woty,
Fir' ida, their applieatiof for pih to
cell liquors, wias and bee hi de tion
district 12 of said county ad tate;
any citlizn of such eleetioa diOttler
may show cause, if any there ie, at
the meeting of the I~Bad to be held
(n, Tuesday, the 5t) day of December
next, why such permit should Lot be
granted. A. M. McMIan Clefk of the
Board of Coutty OQmlWafmtof I.f
cambia County, Flrida. By L. 0
Aymard. Deputy fCerk.

PALAFOX AND RCOMANA. n cambla County rt
PHONE 559. In 10mbl dtelf ott
PHONE State of Florida. la ChaAtes. Dora
WVandell vs. OharlsM HIIridt Wan-
J P. STOKES :dell. On Mond*y'the 4th day at De-
Sc Attorney adCounsllorat Law Charles Hatngtoa W eif is fegair
1 East Gvernm-ent tr-Mt 'ed to appear to tb he Isei $lanst
enera w him herein. This order to brblsh
General Law Practied once each week Mr foW f copie tlve
weeks in the Daily JdA al, 4Ltsp&
G ORGE i DOUVI per published in said bOea1 eotVty.
R A. M. Mckilllas Clerk OIrft Court,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. by, I. G. Aymard, Depity Cilk. Pea
Reem 50 Thireen Wid. Phone 734 sacola, Fla., October 10, 1901.


Fiher Building, 2041/ South
PHONE 525.


Roee 8, Brent Buliding. Phone, 86.


Aftoneyand Counsclor at Law
401 Thioaen Building.
- -6- a a
Aegualat yourelt with tb offers in
The journal's Want Ad. Columns.

Adminllfrl'6 WUisM.
EItate of Joha a. IM LaW dae-S.
Creltiors, legatd. dLltIbts sad
all persons havmn-tis er 44an i 4
against this estate af related to
present them to n witU tU e years
from this date.
MILTOCN 4t*-U& t
September 30S, 1906. 2=alo1ator.

aL It, 0010-Ual ft- aW I
OIcE al- --

labor. d r iA W w JAno
itse. t I



Caifornala ar NMtiwut

Chicaso, Omaha, St. Louts sd a-dRem
City Is the

Union Pacoflo
add eoMMeStfa., Withb M a0l46 M
One-wsy eootlst nrtes on sale trom
eptember 18th to October lslt, 10$.
To California, Oregon, Washlagtoc,
Mostama, Utah, etc.
special roand trip rates to COsIa.
ala and the Lewis & Clark p.o
tion at Portland, Oregon, until e.
timber 8th.
Ashk or LMmagh rate from y r
stattoa nd secure ltersture 1I
formation freely given.
General AM--i
18 Peaehtree St. Atlanta,
0. W. L, T.. P. A.

TA-l IL TAOm ad


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~S~~rkq -Arrq -I-lwr
ZAn Peml No, Ise k
gor o W Ma.
I, for S9.LbeaM~VIiS, APP

3.Iela wsa~eg sa szu.
sim mo 3 inow elmu
A IL an lM W g

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If You Have

Idle Money

d degre tbt ft hbesdely invested soasto

Good Rate of Intentst

it win rq y~OI b Qet gdIO mnwaicaticn
withku&. Wrhe or cU an

I Pensacola investment Co.

W.. IL mVw*I.& PONO WL L L 3
L. L.SIUIEUI, TAMS. m. am faful.

216 94PNO ttlrfSK Otf rtg 00"0. neids.
-- a-- m--1

arcoal to rng phone 691. 1,000
bes' ahlets a nhmML Orders de-
lvered to Dammy must be paid for
ia advamae OGe. A. eowich, whole-
sae and retail dealer. P. O. Box 634.
Phse 691.
WAXr .-.Cmplte OW a ot The
PaMUoola Journal of May 22, 1906. It
colatned 12 pages. Anyone Opfem-
lug a complete copy will O adar fat-

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emrgia RFld adl am MIayW s
Oarrallle, a aum- adl erta kifrIa s k.
Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.

Southbound Nonl y
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:0Ba.mS m ........
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:S4 l5r:a.m ........ ......
Lv Cuthbert.. ........... 7:SOa 4:05p.m ........ ......
Lv Arlington.. .......... 9:10a.m 5:151p.m ..... ......
Lv Bainbridge.. . ......ll:0 6:S5p.a 4:20a.m ....
Ar Tallahassee.... .......12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05a.m .......
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. I. Ry) 1:53p.m 4:00a.m ........
Ar Jack'rllle, (8. A. L Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m ........ .......
Lv Tallah .. .. .. .... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m 8 -1a.m 8: A
Lv Sochoppy.. .. .. .. ..3:14p.m 10:00am 9:29a.m 9:54p.F
Lv Lanark.. .. .. .. .. 3:45p.m 10:45a.m 10:05a.m 10:26p.m
Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. ...... 4:00p.m ........ 10:15m 10:l-ME
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p.m ........ ........ .......
Sunday Gun&l""
Northbound only only
No. 2 N. only only
Lv Apalachicola.. .. .... :30.m ........ .......
Lv Carrabelle.... ... ..1:I0a.a 2:0 p.f: 6:"Pp.m in 4-I:i
Lv Lanark.. .. .. ... ..11:45m 2:20p.m *6:45p.m 4:46a.m
Lv Sopchoppy.. .. .. .. ..1:lp. $3:14p.m 7:21p.m 5:1a&m
Ar Tallahassee.......... 1:30p.m 5:0 0.m a 8:35p.m 4:*r20.
Lv Jack'ville,(8. A. I& Ry.).. :06a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
Ar Talla'nasseet(S.A.L.Ry.).. 3:10p.m 10:p.m ........ ....
Lv Tallahassee.. .. ...... :35p.m 6:6a.m 8:4 p.m (:35.m
Lv Bainbridge.. .. .. .. 5:25p.m 8:17a.m Ar 10:25p.m 1:i7
Ar Arlington.. .......... 7:2p. 10:1 a.m ........ I:l &.a
Lv Cuthbert.(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:4 p.rm 11: tMa ........ Ar li: 5
Lv Macon. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:1 am 4:#p.ma ........ 4:3a.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:3al 7:p.m ........ 7:Sa
NOTICE: :-Traine Ne. 5 and 8 wtll df dfl fem, and arrive M, foee
of Shotwell Street, Branbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving BalnbMde Gendae iat :0 a. m, Sill be
cn sale at the office of the Callahan groerdy CO e ify.
*Train No. 8 will tMp 35 minute at Lanark for breakhfa,
General ManageI. Trv. PI. Agt. Gen'l Pas. Agt.
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Get Busy and Tote Fair!

See What

It Has Done

AN,88sso 0mKDICI** MG. CO.-A-Co

OCT. ka10,

CBe raen:'.l% L a,
While In Havana during the early part of September last, I suffered from a severe attack ft DNet Fyvs*, tad upon my rtura to New Orleas I
dtm had daily attacks of alight fever, wheh, despite the remedies prescribed by my Physician, clfitt obetIptely to me, matil tried of mie gave a
thee bottles of your fever remedy, which I took according to directions for two days, and much to my rprise all signs of th fever left me; my gse
alie0alth was also very much improved
The medicine certaily does all you claim for it.

Xous trIuy,



And if you have a gas range In
instant fire for cooking. It's e
with gas.

Wouan Who Histed Her Life T.o AtAMA OftJ%

Sma Another Honored By 7 Eat Garde tr
Camigie Commission. .... .....

The Savannah News contains t..,' FY FI
following r--iati~e TO the awar!inr of EXCEL LENT
a Carnegie medal to Miss. Marga-r';
Cunninghamn. who last summer riskt-i
her life in an effort to save the life
of a drowning iman in :he surf at TV-'




Hatasu. Br. se, Peters, 2298, Norfolk
te< Master.
your kitchen you have an Arrived.
.conowrical top, to cook Saturnina, 806n ss ,Eengoa, Liver-'
pool to Gulf Trasit Co.
Cimnbria, Dan "s, Hansen, Hamburg
7) S A $ C to Gulf Transit Co.
Br. ss. Eastlands, 2001. Thomas fror:
Phone 148. st. Vincent, consigned to F. 0, Howe
& Co.
**'*9 **99 *#***9***9 Harold. Nor as, 1435, Aos, London.
Katendrecht, Dutch ss, Hockstra,
1364, Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
Br. ss. Labelia. Watson, Verra Ciaz,.
Keyser & Co., 1913.
Br. ss. Labelia, Palmer, from Vera
Y STREETS Cruz, to W. S. Keyser & Co.
LLovalne, Br ss, Anderson, r855,
Rio Janerio to the W. S. Keyser Co.

prices are $10.00, '1OO, Pecklington, Br ss, wnyte, 885a, Ai-
lo, 150, $100, ss Margarol Cuniiingham w. h-. E ntire Western Setion of City veston to J. A. Merritt & Co.
nd at the risk of her own life. made n ESTAIT Of LATE Tugela. Br ss, Lacock, 2148, Vera
heroic effort to save Mr. Walker Has Been Drained and Many Cruz to H. Baars & Co.
r Cut ~s from drowning at Tybee r Sla-'i t CTFDFP Vivina, Span ss, Bustinz, 1988, Liv-
ummer has been awarded a Car- Streets Opened t Trlffic. J. erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
gie medal for ravery, accoqding to a hi
TM telegram froam PitlTbur. .where tl'. hips.
urnd CCmnittee Irf t GQer ship Martin 1180, Bre-
Carn eie Hero Fund Committee m t GREAT IMPROVEMENTS NOTICED, NO WILL HAS YET BEEN FOUND me o ster p Ma 1180, Bre-
Until a Morning Nws reporter AND WHAT WAS FOMERLY A AND NONE OF THE HEIR HASr. ship ala, 124S, Andreusn,
made known the award Miss Cunning.- from Leith, to Master.
e inMe en'rS ar ham bad hear, nothing of it. be SWAMP AND QUAGMIRE I& NOW APPEARED. Iti. ship Trtnito, 1472, Santagule,
could not e ~Feen at the Savanrrh h from Rio Janerlo to Rosasco Bros.
20,07 S Palf, hospital, where she is a nurse, last BEING CONVERTED INTO Bar.
Phnh 22. Te m al twed on Miss Cn!- STREETS. Notwithstanding diligent search Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 1998,
ningham was one of ten which th. and inquiry has been made ih an effort Fleetwood to Southern States Lum-
nnha Wcommission deced o n t locate the will, if one was made, ber Co.
-I The sto.: of Miss Cunningham's Some of the best work ever accom- of the late J. I. Stephens, none has Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
braver- wei known to he wo plishd b th1 street force Pensa be'n found and it is not now believed Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
well" *,,t o ,hr plish,2-d by th,- street force in Pensaco- that the deceased gentleman left one.
recall the urowning of :Mr. Catts. n In is now being completed in the west- teth d ase nt en. Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quail, from
Sreallcrisis we nn tro. tB-g en l oNeither has anything been hear" London
Seris when t sOrg en, aren section of the city, and what wa from any of the heirs of the dead Ga di,Ital bi, Ageno, 1348,
M Mia ve ln the wo r o re e r i she erofoamp and marsh is no converted man, with the exception of a brief Gloucester to order.
Mcku lrs. 040gie up the work of re n' e from seewha swamp and marsh is now converted th Ger.b.Oesin Falk
exhaustion. Mis; Cunningham fought into streets. The work has been un- nis d er. b. Gesin,135, Falk, fro
th and s to the active aspervddsio of Captain brother, W. F'. Fordham, of Dublin, Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter-
M M1 ~1 ... A ,~mAUA th hand of th: y\-Jun3 man whio had:J. A. Daw, while Acttng Steet Super Ga. .,1.
already lo.I his sirentnh in the fig7 intenaent Sp-ottswood has had gener- sen, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268.
-" with the wave: supervision of it Jas. F. Davis, for many years one Nor. bk. East Craft 248, Johnso,
SMis Cunningham's Brave Act. Partis who were nt acquainted the employees of *. Stephens, was from Dublin to Master.
Mr. Cut s was drowned while n with conditions south of arden store shortly ter the lattes death a t osmos, Nor bk, Isasen, 1227
M A R ~K E T S I ut o streeteat' by County Judge Sellingir as cura- London.
bathing with a party ol friends to h ay front n the cycnnt western parh. tor to look after the jewelry store and Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ellifren, from
STyStree on Mthe afternoon of ay ?. o thoe cty cannot re l e amoun contents, and he is now in charge of Liverpool, to Alex Zel1us.
Naval Stort Msarikt. 'With the story of th, drowning alsF of work that has been accomplish- the place. f,no heir appears within Smeroe, Nor bkt, Olsen, 941 Pors-
Sarwmah. Ga., Oct. 18.-The naval was told a story of the unusual ero. ed. 6 days to apk, fea an administrator, round A Zeius
tres market closed to-day as 1o* is"n of an unknown y .ng w.,man. One of the biggest jobs tackled was the creditors of the. estate can at the Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
airs: iHer identity wa guessed at by many. he opening and draining of A r end of that time ask the court to ap- Rotterdam
W ...................t was flnily discovered hb a Morn-;(ilivia street from Garden street point one. Wild dN bk Nilson, 1476
W .. .. .. ...............5 50 ing News r- rtr I south to Government. All of this The estate of the deceased, which Troon to A. Zelius.
.. .... .. ..... .......5 25 In the surf .v'h Mr. Cufls. were se ion was a solid mass of under- consists, so far as is known, only of B en s.
M.. .. .. .. .. ...............5 5 Messrs ward W. Cu-l.e, .lr, growth, with water standing three and the stock and accounts in his jewelry Barkentine
S.. .. .. .. .. .. ............5 0 and illiam ;brtrson ;d s-,-eral four inches in depth, whlethe drains busins, is vario.-. estimated' at Alfa. Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen
S.. .. .. .. .. ...............4 85 o1 o' n .Mr. C;:.- as jus, were clogged up with sanu anoa wood from $,000 to $15,000 and he liabili- Ceara, Brazil.
[..-.. ....................4 b e n r,.. N.ir hi j v there is a straight roadway from ties it is believed do not exceed $5,000. Schooners.
G .. .. ............. ........4 75 Mes m rs Cub-:'- and iltr .lr. i;arden street south to Government. Dori, Am ch, Wilkie 310 Havana
F.. .. .. ...................4 70 (r t- was u tly a backed A!:h The underbrush and trees have been A Judiciou Inquiry. Elma Br sch Henebery, 299 H
.. .... ....................4 35 cra::;,.. and <:; ,j for h,.lp '1 iere clearcd away. and a drain aboWtTour
D ..................... 4 10 a a hc'j.y -, ; I .,h va'.a feet wide opened on the west side! A well known traveling man who vlc vana.
C......... .... ........4 0u r ,,f .,, -. of the sTree:. which empties into anr- its the drug tra says he has often Hjalmar, As sch, Axc'son, 55, Key
Spirits Turpentine 6~S;, cents. (p,'ra;.! avain-, : w,,rk ,,i re-.,-u other drain at Zarragossa street. The heard druggists inquire of customers West to Gulf Transit Co.
pi Joining. hao'ii M, c. rs. ('ub.;.dJ anil bridges. which have been constructed who askea' for a cough medicine, Geo. May, Davis, Alivere, 554.
Ro'in-.>n taulht holdl f tle. .',iOun 'sver the drain are placed there per-i whether it was wanted for a child or
C TT N ma who w\va. n a i ;'rss -ia:e :t anently. heing constra-ctef of cypress for an adult, and If for a child they
W .e s~,,n s o v t.l ].;.,i thai luni!;er, while piling was placed In the almost invariably recommended Cham-
le ollowtng cotton quotations are !j ( ia," lon,.r r ,ground for supports. 'I brain's Cough Remedy. The reason TERSELY TOLD
qvported for The Journal dailyy by C. Swam to thoe Drcwni-a Man This drain not only carried off the~for this is that they know there is no 0 BUSINESS LOCALS. .
G ter Elmore. F. 0. B. cotLon broke, at, r from the immediate section, butdanger from It and that it always
FosuacowF.: V'Aa.4W next ;o l 'hirowning 11A W1 north of that point, where n u number cures. There is not the least danger **4 4' "
Oood Middling. .... ...... 93 !':kn." :, ,,iown ioung worn:. f cases parties were unable, to leave in giving it, and, for coughs, colds and
Stit Middling. .. i: .. :.. i.... ... h ,an. if; hri n: wo.:: lier homes after a heavy rain. Iroup it is unsurpassed. For sal' by HenCdrx & Carpenter will furnish
Strict Midaling ................4 "vl. ~ -i" ar.t wif: 'ro' htir hom aftr eayrnon building and painting
Saddling.. ....... ....... .... :4':! s.. 1,':: o ni gra.n~,d h; All of the ditches and drains which all druggists. estimates on bilin and painting
strict low Middlin.. .. ...... I h, ar:;. i'.-, Illll;li H, were supposed to carry off the water a-nd give personal attention to work.
SUiuand Tinges 1 to 1 cent lower. n.'-e. va'ni: in hripe tilt aji. MORE VOLUNTEER 932 E. Strong, and 824 ast LaRua
.di.e:to;cd ecati- fr ,. t' ra,-' ,ut t, INSPECTORS APPOINTED streets.
New York Quotations. ''~'iaCC a ~a plannlo was t:, McKinze Oerting & Co., wholesalN
,Nw Yr Oc foowin and forc 1: arrive, th,- 'ro.v.n- Mayor Bliss last night appointe'l ahd retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
Me the ruling cotton quotations for Et M:a .1n h fair rcurr became the following additional volunteer oly rst-class house of the kind
today :'i Zr! ;ia ~ l B \m fn lirPC sanitar3- inspector: IP Pensacola. Fair j iea to all.
SOpen Close 'r t sa k an I wa. dr-wn .1. J. Seeger, blocks 20 and 21. Belmont n. ensac r aes to a
S...............7 T'h, aou, wo'lan l *t "h, u'a and am. ..m SSao d s nba addition. Why use inferior paper, when you
er........ .... 5 9 b' :s ar'd in th thr n : v ors .Mitch Jacob and assistant, blocks can buy Kelso Bond, F'-nch Dimity,
.. t T-, fol,.n !ooit 31 ". o u i wa: fould., thing. the smartest dressed edition. Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Liverpool Quotation.. l. hr hr ic tffrs to frave h. I The up-i to-d smartest dressers W. L. Wittich, block 58. Be'mon o.
Uverpool. COct. I--The, following ilta of Mr C,:- ,h, :oungTe up-to-date nomn ypg addition. I Neither the Captain, own-
a the ruling cotton Quotations r wa if r(v -. onsihb for an is a sort of lexicon o J. W. Farlev all west of dummy er or consignee of the Nor.
m the ruiC f Mr CubIb ,ie. who waLs '. He Know what's what o ctness line at Little Bayou. bk. Bonheur will be respon-
iOpn Close i:t (.x, Uiiau l,. wh!n sHi c r, ach e s sible for any debts contrac'-
Oct.-Nov.. .. .. .... .... 19 h o r wa asho. ed by the crew of said ves-
Dec.Jan.. .. .. .. ..,55 h54 on cear hrden But good fit, the newest col- that formed in that section were gone vel. ANDERSON,
eb.-Jc.. .. .. .. ....5. 5 ConcTale d Her dentist ha. ors. patterns, etc., aren't over and sand and underbrush remv- J A. MERRITT, Agt. Master.
Jeb.-ch .. ...... .... 253.30 5 w di T ivered! ohf Ms Cuinwl.ngham enough for. unless the snappy, ed, so that now the water is being
Jaov.eb.. ........ ...IS a. isf of, er incid e tgh a f:en irt wl.o aunty appearance, characteria- carried off at a rapid rate, ana' it ts
o- De -..........5.1 x f the incdteat. Wan firan tic o Our excellent talor-made believed that with the proper atten- OPENING OF THE
away. he lin adi t. and raoclothing is there, it Dot at tion hereafter the drainage system
.. way~. She fiuial;y consn'reri to tell (he young man wants, which has now been completed. Will CLASS IPA U CPHh L
tfctmsa -a Dyeing C a n- ihe storv Sh was n odest in her Our success in pleasing young be able to drain all that section of he C
ac'aena ye g, t nd a:Std lhat she was first men ais not nst "tlnck.i" l t' .1 city.SOL
Sa a:ractred to Mr. Crutrs b his cries^ fr. to our knowledge of wrat the The force also opened Main cn At a meeting of the advisory board
She swam to hinian caught younmaw s darrago tr from toEtrAt a meeting of the advisory board
U nl U .;'. at-nt. whilO sinie voug a r n man wants, afId our arragossa streets from A to E streets of the Pensacola Classical School held
whom eshe afterwards ;cairne was and in addition drained Government Sept. 25, 1905, it was found'advisableto
bete place t. send our clothest: bh CU .-, had, th, ot.it r. t A AtH1 to PslCh street, so that washouts hereafter will postpone the opening of the coming
ed, Cleaned. Pressed or RpaI-ed -a: wave u wp jl over ht, (rio an fan t fo net occur. season until more favorable cond
Tkey arn now in a position to ha:ile h,, las Mis Cunningh: I renmbe;.- There have been possibly two dozenons prevail.
drains constructed and opener', and Ions CLAY iRMSTONl.
r work more effici -ni. than ever. ,,: as gvin so mne ,it, a push to- Then, again, our prices are the majoris ty of them in ad swamps. Many H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
warl the .-hore. It ws a'-erwards always reasonable Suit at the ajostreets of them in swamps. Man Principal.
E. L. REESE, :,,rned than it was. Mr. Cu!h;c'dge. $7.50, $10, $12 and $15 thawit wi of the stree, tsae u weep never
Phone 675. Proprietor. Mss Cn:ham is frm aufort. at once appeal to the taste of to eist ee BARBER SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT.
No. 11 North Palafox Street. wh r or family resI- She the swell young dresser. aap.
- h. pital 'nfor th n:ire at ar. Sheanis man young ever notice e here for the drains south of Government street Gagnt, the well known tonsorial ar-
f 'd. of : OA fdoor therci-e 3ad an ex- man l oun men come here for the street force killed more than one tit. You will find him at the Collins
i of oi er ecrci.e and I a ex- clothes? There's a eoa lr hundred snakes of all descriptions. At Bro. Barber Shop, 204 Palafox St.
I Aft'r th. incMpdnt of Miss Cunnine- one point over thirty were killed at 18octlw.
| arns heroism' became kn..wn an one time, and there is hardly a day
ag9:t- of thte Carnegie Hero Commis- passes but that the men working in
Im came to Savanna and Imvesti- that district a not run across a bed TO THE TRADE.
ga':d the case. I: was on his report H A of the reptiles. On ae t ak quarantine, we wail
t:a: a medal for bravery was award- * The work that has been accomplish- not abdertake to establish a braeh
ed. ed reflects credit upon the street do- house in Pensacola until same is re-
AA CASH CLOTHIE ipartmeat, and especially upon Cap- voked. We will make all oil and
SR A N C E S Sick headache is caused by a disor-' Ph e 27 tain Daw, who has had charge of it grain shipments from Mobile Ala.
d(red condition of the stomach ana' and-who has demonstrated that one of Same will go forward prbmptiy. Sedi
-is quickly cured by Chmnber.in's ,Co. Main adPrlao a ta the worst sections of the city could be us your orders for high grade oils.
sBIlrla1.i.a MllLl Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale d in asant lcoR~ ltkonm and the PURE OI. C0 ,
S all druggists. i. la.g abqlc. 14etl. ,

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As to the investment proposition of life assurane, mat
mentiongg the greater question of
Protction to Your Wife and Childr
An Endowmnt Policy in The Equitable
Furnish both a protection to your family as well as a
good tnvestat for yourself.

Fire, U. Knowles Bros. e....

The Union Central Life

I s a lower death rate. lower expose rate. aand bigh
iateret rate thb any company doing business in Flrida
1S should bq eay for yo to decide the rmet

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iron Works and Supply Co.
MaN[atMurers and Repairers of
Prompt attente given to all orders, day or atlhL. A
for James MoKay & C.'s celebrated Log and Timber Do alo
Chali of all descrlptloa.
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Frak Telilly, W. L. Cawt on,
W. RoOmSO A. O'NL,
T. F. MYdoUarn, Dr. W. J. HaanaU,
V'. E. Brawn. r McKenzie Oeartb
C. W. LUmar, Alex McGowlta
J. SaB der4, C. L. Cotagtae.
Accounts itBaskr IndlvIOu, CorpraIn%, and Flm Se9a1,
Fewr POr peai tharst paid on Time Depea.
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WM. H. KNOWWI, Prealdent.
THOS. W. BNT. Asat. Cashier.

W. K. HY R JR., V.-Pre. and rCahi
W. N. ROBARTS, Aast. Casir.

National Bank
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DIRECTORS& F. C. rento We A, BDiout Wg, H wwiu
WeIL K. Hyu Jr. tD 6. &oent

Foreign and Domestic Exd
We draw our own Bills of Ex-
change on Great Brtain, Ireland,
Germany, France Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spean, Bel tin, Rmusia
Norway, Sweden Denmark, and
other European ountrlea.

huge 3.ugw art isdi
Ve"is disbur sedMn up -eM
Favorable Term, and Silr 4H
gatlon taken pyaple at Pt f
Destiaton Ten Days AMA Vop.
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Safety Deposit BAns For Rent, in Conetaon with iW" vw
have a Privaie Dcepirtz for the u of Rtate.

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A Dollar's Wcrth for a S


Mau and

Witer Clothing

Is now show on ou- coun-
trrs and shelves. Ever
ga ealt is perfectly tailor.
ed and made of materials
-all wool-that wil!
stand the test of se;:ice
ano prove itself worthy
Tbe pattmrs this season
are green and grey mix-
tares and black, with the
green and grey mixtures
leading in popularity. The

(S gned) J0S CATHCART.

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