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 20, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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By Asodated Pre. bHity for handling fruit, the railroads
SI wilngton, Oct. 19.-Reveral traf- acting as agents only in the matter
SS c managers of southeastern rail- of transportation.
r ads testified before the inter-state A. Allis, an ice manufacturer of
-ommerce commission today in the Augusta, Ga., submitted the contracts
private car inquiry conn-ening the his company has to supply the Ar-
manner of handing frn't and perish- mour car lines with ice and gave
ATUMr OF vISI TO CHAR- able product in their territory. Most many details concerning !'e arrange.
& rTT -WAS M 4 TIrN BETWEEN o them said they have entered into ment with private car lines.
mrragements with privatC car lines It is expected the hearing will be
mMO6AIT AND WtIOW OF by which the latter take the responid- concluded tomorrow.

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Catih f Stemr ma Was Cu life Taken Into Cstody B
: Aslmdary aml Pinkerton Men in

SHeli Und er New York.
By Associated Press
Plittsburg, Oct. 19.-The arrest o
ST'Ie rat arrest to be made for vio- Edward G. Cunliffe was coamed a
SlitinM the eUaMatine laws of the bar- the local office of the Pinkerton detect
Sbr, wa made yesterday, when Ueu- tive agency and by General Agent C. H
tu t~ Atade and Sheriff Van iHtes of the Adams Express Co.
Selt w eat to the British steame- Superintendent Biddeman of the dc
m Ib "d1 tek t e tthat Ve, -ective agency, received the following
ade is eastdy. l argsd wit ,saa r ge fronr New York today:
,+ LC ItefgA -J^JH-Lt <09HWt. angsaCi at tH o+ehtlt

_Do t4M Cbere ge -dn etetr-
day for his appearance this morning
Sand at 1 o'clock for a preliminary hear-
toose- Wng.
this Under the rules the masters and
m bpr f^f l

Saoney isT sie han annti.
nsates t is in Pittsburg."
Cunliffe is the man who is alleged tc
have appropriated more than one hun-
dred thousand dollars from the Adam
Express Company'e office in ds city
at which he worked as assistant monei
Killed His Wife, Then Himself.
Washington, Oct. 19.-Because she
would not give up her soldier lover.
Henry Ev-rett, a young white marn
shot and killed his wife, an-. then
turned the pistol on himself, inflict
ing wounds from which he died.


OOL S5-A wk to the bob
o f the pedo 'a mother.
R OMA 06, ardiwe at Atlas
a at 11 a. Whom "add,.
wIN be elirwug at Pled.
C 2 a Iii4wa.f aud ow

Oat rs rlw Fla.
Oct. 83-Osaayw I1
W aSt. Aq stoe, P
0 41st.U-hVTML to M IbI

i ILGOL 0d l--all" # Tale

ebooov a, iag him, Pr,-%ideut -
lt arrived here at eight thirty

morning. U W l CW A
Morning. -xiemtrs of nth crews rx vesse s are
Sallowed ashore under any rondi-i
Secreary Loeb, followed closely 1y tions, except that the masters can
the president and Mrs. Roosevlt cp come as far as the bart-e office ant
feared on the platform and were there transact any bus'ncss they
met by IAeutenant Goverco- Wins- might wish.
ton. is place of Governor Glen,n who Notwi:thtanding this, it Is alleged!
Is at Greensboro attending the funeral that the master of the vessel came
of his brother. ashore Tuesday night an remained.
As the pb setardent apearet tou-or several hours, although was
As the president appeare- ti. tbou-1tod t~h he mut gt abrtrd of the
hands gathered on the c.,r,~ts sur- tld that he must get hnard of ne
iadtafg the station cheer,-d d vessel immediately. The matter.
save him a most enthu4sas-ic wel- w, s reported to the office of the lri:-'
come. Great bunches of rose wer" ith vice-ansulate, but this. had no;
presented to Mrs. Roosevelt. effect, and on Wednesday Pight, when
The president was tak-n tmmedi- it was again learned that the captain'
rtelr to the senate cha.r;er wnere,iwas ashc:e, the officers took prompt
on behalf of the Norns Car-lina Liter- steps, and going out to the vessel!
ar sand Historical society, he i;resent- placed him under arrest tnd brought
ed a handsome cup to John Charles him into the city, where h. gave bond.
McNeil, of Charlotte. as a reward for It is also understood that an affi-
producing the berT literary proJuc- davi has been made against a woman
tion during the '-ear. for using abusive and obscene lan-
The president was escorted (luring guage towards the officials in connec-
the parade by mounted policee and tlon with the same affair.
anilitary companies. From the senate:
chamber the procession moved to the FRAUDS IN WESTERN
air grounds. the mile ind ope half UNION PAY ROLLS
route being thronged with c:eer:rgr O R L
* multitude Forty thouiian I persons New York. Oct. 19.-The Herald
were on the fair grounds today say):
The president was introducedl by It was learned Vest.rdav at the
Lieutenant Governor Win t-n and Western Union Building that travel-
made ea eloquent address. whizh was ing auditors hd discovered extein-
beartily applauded and cteqrved. Af- sive frauds in pay rolls of the West-
ter the address luncheon was servcc ern divisions and that several cases
lt the banquet lall on '. e gr.mn-in.. of the same kind had come to light in
after which the party was escnrter ;,) New York.
the station and leit en r.ute -out'i Irregularities were 4leteted in ths
at ten thirty offices at St. Louis end DIenver, where

It was said that the namns of ldead
TM PRESIDENT MEETS men had been carried. Officials con-
MRL. STONEWALL JACKSON nected w;th the local office said the-y
know nothing of the lffiar. J. B. Van'
C0 rlotte. Oct. 19-T:e presta1cn's Every. General Manager of the Corm-
trit arrived here at se-en ten on pany. declared there had been no re-,
ecedule time. and during the thirty cent cases.
kleMfe of his stay hero. he had from
twmty-4ve thousand pe ,rl the mout, ATTENDANCE AT LEWIS
enthustastie reoeptiom accorded him AND CLARK EXPOSITION
stice entering the boricrs of thf b
sate- Portland. Ore.. Ot. 19.-Revised
Tbroagh the btrilliinr'ir ighted figure on the attendance at th?
strU es he was carried tiost haste In Lewis and Clark Exp-osition, which
a motor car four blocks to Vance were ma.e public by the department
Park. where he spoke or Afteea mann- of admissions yesterday, show that a
Utes when he had l teaded to peak total of 2.51.780 persons passed into
bt tes. The crowd was o great the grounds during the exposition pe-
hat tally tea thousand persear er; riod. Of these 1.580.617 were paid
4deted the rtvllege of bearing ml. and 971,163 were free.
He aermv the wildest eathsltasm
t l the Meck!lt'm rg dee-
St a4e eseM, SMr tlpIe nMot know how glad I nm to meet you.
wh es acere and I~e.- What, the widow of te great Stone-
3M. kShip,L a narmne t wall Jackson? Why, it M worth the
SMe d ras e to the whole trip dawa liere to rsake your
bad." said Mt. Roosevett. He thcn
thesM s his star be was referred to or Igrads Jacksoa
S gwr5 the wid- CbritalM wig bM e kppointel to a
,r j r-. al san. Jack- sCad lp at Westpint. "He !s a;
'Ussm*r sM the hb a hMe w g ihty See telw," sad th- presi-
as JttE m l I sat , "Mrs. amm, a amity fne:
K 7 F= a6 Sielewr; by je."
a Ima Ca tt so The M uardrPlW wN be Roe-
W AB w G a.I He tlet ir'n home at "he
8U4eW.er =. u ty will
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Insurapsce President Says He Was Elected

to Serve Until June and Intends to Do

So-Committee Adjourns For Week

S By Asselated Pres.
New York, Oct. 19.--chard Mc-
Curdy, president of the Mutual Life
Insurance Co., made the statement to-
day that he has no lntentien of resign-
ing; that he was elected to serve until
June 7, and that nothing can or will
drive him out.
It was also announced from the dis-
trict attorney's ofce that no action
would be taken regarding the George
J. Plunkitt matter, which was turned
over to the district attorney by the
committee yesterday.

Closing one of the most sensational
and strenuous weeks of the insurance
investigation, the committee, just be-
fore adjournment today, concluded' the
examination of President McCurdy,
with the exception of a few o'etails
to be supplied next week. Mr. Mc-
Curdy has been on the stand' the larger
part of three days during this week's
Session, and some of his testimony has
been the most startling of any adduc-
ed before the committee. His testi-
mony touay was very much of a tech-
nical nature, though of much value to
the committee in its work.




Special to The J~mnal.
Chipley, Oct. 19.-With six pre-
cincts still to be heard from Vernon
is 124 votes in the lead to the Wash-
gton county court house election and
is conceded that Vernt will have
majority over the other contesting
wns and be the county Ist of Wash-
igton for the next ten *ars.

Vernon, Chipley, Wausau and St.
Andrews were the towns in the race
but Chipley was the only place that
had the least chance of success
against Vernon.
The precincts yet to be heard from
are St. Andrews, Millville, Point Wash-
irgton, West Bay, Wetappo and Bay
Head, but their votes cannot change
the result.




IUlsvl A t. s 1.-- B. Smith,
foirmit preldont.o f li.estern Na-
tiak l B aak tht ettw ,. ti tarltt
.-4y by tUe tdei rjut g ry on ten
cunts achrf h embele-
nent, and Pls-

lied thouad dollals.
A. A. Nettler, a carpenter by trade,
lied last ight at the emergency hos-
pital, where he had been taken a
number f days ago by the city for
treatment. -
The deceased had residedt nn East
Intendencia street, but having no rel-
atives here, and being rsricken v.ith
paralysis, he was taken to the hos-
pital for treatment.



By Associated Pres.
Jackson, Oct. 19.--ollowing is the
Mississippi yellow fever summary for
Natchez six new cases, one new
toci; Vicksburg seven n-w cases;
Roxie one new case, one suspicious
.clm ,iBft3 4 t suspicious case
and oned tttk.

Four Months Sawing Out.
Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 19-Hieskell
Dison, John Woodruff and George
Greenice, of Asheville, N C., were er-
rest; here this morainz on the
charge of breaking jail at Asheville
last Sunday night. One stated zbat
they had been four mmonths sawing
their way out of jail, and :hat the
saws were slipped into the prison by
wife of a fellow prisoner, who was
incarcerated bn the charge of mur
der. #



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Eight Cases And No Deats Re-

ported by Officials

By Associated Pres.
S New Orleans, Oct. 19.-Fol- %
]- lowing is the official yellow fev- f
er report to 6 p. m:
New cases 8; total to date ^
Deaths O; total to date 435. '
T New foci 1. 1I
k, Cases under treatment 108.
- Cases discharged 2,805.

New Orleans, Oct. 19.-With only a
handful of new cases of yellow fever
appearing every twenty-four hours and
those of light type, and with the cases
under treatment being rapidly red'uc-
ed, the work at the Marine Hospital
Service headquarters has been curtail-
ed to so large an extent that little
of the once large office force is left.
There is a slightly larger number of
new cases today, but the total Is so
low as to attract but little attention.





New York, Oct. 19.-The Tribune's
sepcial from Washington says: The
naval officers who have charge of the
work at the Station of New Orleans
report considerable difficulty on ac-
count of the uncertain condition of the
Mississippi river.
It will be necessary soon to improve
the levee at Algiers, where the Naval
Station is, and the difficulty so far en-
countered by the authorities is that
contractors are not willing to under
take the project for the available
amount appropriated by congress.
There is too great risk in assuming
obligations for work in connection
with the Mississippi river, and it is'
probable that much of the contemplat-
ed improvement will have to be done
by day labor by the authorities at the
Lavai station.
A movement is on foot to engage
the army engineers on the task ant'
t(. employ the army dredges in the
neighborhood. It is necessary tohave
the work of improvement undertaken
without very much delay.




Oly Seven New Cases and Two
Deaths Recorded For
The Day.


Of Health Authorities Is Now Be-
coming Manifest


u Following is the official sum-
n mary of thli y,,low Iv '-r situa-
t tion up to la-i night
SNew cases ............. .
*- Total to la;(e ............ I *;
.' Deaths yesterday ........ .
Total det-tlhs to dar;t.'. . .. 4 .
Cases discharged .......... '1.I
- Case. under treatmii nt .. . ',!

Yesterday showed anthi:I i u;)r,..v-
ment in the yellow fevir sitianoi.
Only seven new cases and I .la, I-ia.s
were reported last night wat:1n ith. ,t
flcial bulletin was crm;,oi.... .,i, i,'~,w
of those deaths oc,'irrted h. ilna ir. .
ions, but too late to t,. rp'l,,r'* I in :
bulletin. ,
That the work of the officials is
coming eftrtive Is now being shI)ow
by the decrease in the nunihir -.f
cases With the xr(c'ptiOn 'k: la.-r.
right's report there has been onatb i :
day la several*weeks wheni the n in,-
ber 'o cases went as low as .<'v, .1,
which gives anl encourag.int ie,
t!nue waging the fight again- tiio
mosquito. The fact that cll w:it hi-r I
approaching and the fiunii;r~aoni ; !i,'
Ing pushed rapidly, leads many t ) ,'-
lieve that the fevt r w'ill staiii ;
out sooner than at flr.-" ant:ci'a', ;i
The New Cases.
The new cases r.-port-li lai-' n:g:it
are as follows:
Rosa Montgomery. coilr I, N w
John Kendrick. 515 W\V,. .(;,Gorn-
ment street.
Dan Murphey. Jr.. (.'i :1 l; r ':-' '
Arthur Quina. lot .',u: l-i Fo.t,1
Blanca street.
Mrs. Fr,',frick (' lC i it:-it; .
West Romana street
Mit. ichilston. 6-' \. ; gory
John Williams. colortl. ,.1' W-\'..
Zarragossa street.
(Collector John E. S:0llnan :. re-
ported as having j-zs rt-, t., rl from
yellow fever.)
The Deaths.
The deaths rypt;."'d dt;ri:r '!w :h, ."
Chas. Touart, Iotl Katt ltii,,nl,.ncic
Johq Cox. 427 East Zarragossa
Young Touart ixpird Wedn dIla-.-
rl'ht, and the news of his death we'i,
given in The Journal otr ?-ster'!i ,
though his death was not, offtciall :.-
ported until last night
John Cox expired ji;t before .a,-
break yesterday mnornini. Hii i
was expected as he uas sinking ail
during the night. and had !b,.n a:ai..
ed with black vomit.

Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 19.-A movement Two Additional Cases.
has been started here to raise by pop- After the report had h,.- n cor:i;,:lI I
rlar subscription in the south $60,000 at the office of th.. Sta- liona.i -f
or a sum sufficient to pay the duty oniHealth, two more cases of !. ~,. wte i
the presents bestowed on Miss Alicet reported last night, but ii h.. :.- ",
Roosevelt, daughter of the President, late to be inserted in the re;;.r:t .
during her trip through the Orient. patients are Mrs. Gei;:-r an,l la.> ,
The plan is intended to show the ap- 71 West Gregory .;. i,.-
preciation of the south of the influence Collector Stillman Recovering.
of the President in his recent efforts The many frit-nd, of Hon. .Jo- r E
in behalf of peace between Russiaand Stillman, collector f the port, wi.1 ,.:
Japan, in inaugurating the construc- pleased to learn that he is recovcr.ni-
tion of the Isthmian Canal and other from a case of the f,;e.r lHe had two-ii
acts of his administration which have ill for a week or ni,re, but it was nr,
commended, him to the people of all until yesterday, when h. mad about
sections without regard to political recovered, that his ph.-ie;an dl,','v-
effiiations. eled symptoms of the dis'-ase. iH:&
case was a mild one, and it is 'x
SPEAKERS AT THE LAKE pected that he will be out within a few
Dan Murphy, Jr. Very Ill.
Bv Associated Prems Reports from the honie of Dan Mus
Lake 3ohonic, Oct. 19.-Preslient. phy Jr. last night were to the: fftpo
J. W. Jenks, of Cornell un'v.rsity afd that he is quite ill with the fever. H-
Roert JL O'Brien of was iengitn ade, case was diagnosed yesterday as yel
Robert. O'Brien of Washin low fever, and he is now among thb
ference of the Friends of tIe I ondi-w patients who are consid'e-red seriously
heree today., the irie. A o t Indiu-ill."-
here today. _..-.r.r -.....,.......

Eleven persons left
noon for the detention c
David, where they will
quired number of days
various points.
uite a number were
terday and today there
for twenty-two.

rmongv me v tonvailcuents.
T The friend's of Alderman Wright,
--P Oeo. W. Pryor, W. R. Meriwether and
NT ON CAMP Julius Menko, will be pleased to h-arn
that all of these gentlemen are con-
yesterday at valescing, and some of them will be
csmp near Me- out in a few days. Som of them were
remain the re quite ill at one time. but with expert
and tfen go to treatment have about recovered.
Mrs. F. C. Humphreys. who was re
released yee- ported yesterday as having the fever
will he roo Is quite sick, though her condition I
aot considered at all seriom



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w *bwot up aotherY stand
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lbm- w5 dawn ad I bikMa"
to~w" up to d I kAWLDam d0
atoflec e"m make awrangL'
Oh. p bwa was to so wit pe

becket.'" mys 'Gl*mm 84 sad take sa-
other walk.' "
"Bt yeo didn't" was aske.
"Not muach I baunted area sad foumd
a piese werm they wu beda*" a mask-

'Wemt t omb 'oir emnas otf

dow mal o bet-water baeg and got a
dene for 50 centa apiece. They beat
basket all to amahb tfo earyta' but
water around the hbuse!"
am 1i98L


Son-Pa. what is an autopsy?
I'a (who bas just paid a doctor's bill)-Well. my son, after a patient has died and
the doctors have collected their bills, they are anxious to make sure they taven't
missed anything.



he-a1 we are 'ng 'O tfe hooetaolo alat. What is the altitude where
le-seven dellats a day, room ad board

we are going?

Telegram from the Czar to General
Lineviteb: "How is the situation in Man-
"We have been licked In every battle
since the opening of the war, Your Maj-
Telegram to Roj strensky: "n*ow are
things with the Baltic fleetr?
"All knocked to pieces and I am In
Japan with a cracked head, 0, Beneficent

- Telegrams to Warsaw and Moscow:
"What are my dear subjects doing Just
about now ?"
"Raising Hades, Your Majesty, and
they say they won't quit until the gov-
ernment is overthrown and the people
The Czar to himself: "Umt Ub! hThing
are better than I could have hoped for.
I must Issue a proclamailou that the war
is to go on until Japan Is fully licked out
of her boots and my denr subjects are
naain content with snowballs nla place of

AliShe--"Do you think he has a mobile
,eb..fm,' "e
_le-"No: he has an automobile face.'"

"But young said if I'd get you something to eat you'd show me a great trick.
"Well, ain't I a-turnin' dis pie nlto a manu?"

"Ar Pwe m t-i'S ise 8mib'w party?"
Iabw. I aiat get a eow cletes an' I don't ike Ssole Smith an' my ma
woe't lat ame g, as* uai. I al't invited."

e-M-y brother I tbe victim of a green-goods swindle.
he--Is be a farmer
He--N. le married a tram widow.

Cn(tomer-HaTe you any Japanese colOral
Salesman-What kind are they?
Customer-Colors that woe't ran.



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Papa Iy-T-T l WBIeW I atd I e
not to wipe yror feet as the deer tan
the e people left laytag afs .L"

My friend Phlkllna had Invited me to
take a ride with bim In his automobile.
and while waiting for It to come 'round
be began to tell -*', a story at, a coon-
hunt. The machine came before he was
ready. and be stopped blh story and said:
"Ott right In. I will tell you the rest
of it as we go along. Now we are ff.
You see. we had got the coons up a big
oak tree-"
Here be ran over a dog and was Inter-
rted for a moment.
e had got 'em up a big oak tree. and
the dogs were barking all around it. and
Here he took the wheel off a bnrgy
hitched In front of a store, and was
sawtthed off a ain.
'And Jim. wbo had the rifle, was trying
to get a shot. We were all excited, and
knowing Jim as I do. I knew that be
might bring about an accident. I had
Just opened by mouth to-- "
Here he rin the machine up on the side-
walk asi eased a woman Into a bakery.
but got og without any damage and went
"Jurt opened my mouth to yell at him.
when he tripped over a root an eame
down with a crash, and the gaun w a.
WelL sir. for a minute my hert--
Here he caught an old man going seras
the street sad knocked him 81) feet and
them hal to dode a treet car. It was
a fall tlte before he could go oa:
Por a minute my heart eaaed to beat.
Then I called out to know it anyo had
bea hit. ae the rettet at autdia a nhad
ewaped waj betag draw back ftem
thegt. raea I could get the lump
t m# $ tM-----t
Beye & rad down a peanut a "and
smahbed his machine to pleees, had
to put speed tf the naet half mile to

escape a poltleman. When it was safe
to slow up Pbllklns continued:
"The lump cut of my throat. I grabbed
Jim and gave him a shaking be will re-
member for years to come. He has been
mad at me ever since, but-"
Here we picked uag a stray dog. sent

Kaeek"d hima tisty eet.
a resa yrt over the aese mad
m a btoe sand reed It a
Seld. ead while PhIlkth was eaosautg
his state map to me where we wo ar
getting ready to end his a p~ed
down and ran for life and E a
It wasn't a polite thing to do. but a
L 0nU lady was stttlang a e omada got
ar mwa, NJd I knew t2ww Memot moe
woel'be toaft his hat ad"aM her Into
the bhose and upon the ref-tot ae--e
him. Jos ELK

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To Ths Caus

S TM rJobs H. CoxF a yeong mas w h had 8ELF AND FAMILY FROM The citiens of Wartn have
Tbk Adck a our 5alW beena residern ot Pensaok for the The iiens of Wa have
B it. Setter hurry and past two years, expired ypt4rda THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL- begun to lend then aid to Pensacola
t tb p ek. Ninety per morag shortly after 4 o'clock t el in caring for the yellow fever sufer-
ct e oaen lot* well i' ow tever. He had been ill for about LOW EVER. r for the yeler-
C3 gragn r Is sdto eight days with the dreaded disease, ers of the city, and yesterday a con-
in er October tlotk. when death arrived to relieve hi suf- nhr tribton for $64 was received by The
S- My steel rn!ra.* e l Journal. The letter ano the donors
Srem Rly, ar pgray- Mr. Com was a native of Wales and are as ollows:
but we M tld turn gay came here to reside with his uncle, A. Sulhur Powder "ar as o
as o1r to de`ra, 'I 8 8. Cox, of the Gulf Transit Company. "Warriagton Fla, Oct. 18, 1905.
the tyta ad toes aad During this tie he made many ac- Sur an s r e Journ:
hadf ato our ail gr ays. q atances, ad all with whom he "ulihur CandlU s closedd you will fld postoffice
--S aEE THEM. came in contact soon learned to like money order for the sum of $54.00, a
him,as be was always attentive to bus Fnrmalehyde Lamps amaU collection which was taken up
--- imess, jovial and gdA nature. this evening and forwarded to you
Some months ago he suffered se- to be placed to the credit of yellow
v ere attack of typhoid fever. He re- WILL DO IT. fever relief fund:
covered' from this and had returned to F. Langley.... .... .. .... ..$5.00
his duties with the Gulf Transit Com-; A. Herschkovitz.. ............... 5.00
pany when he was taken !11 with thel w A I I T B. Dauphin........ ......... 3.00
e C. C. saues, qW& ArAprger follow fever. We A, If M. White..... .............3.00
The funeral services will be con-, Mrs. M. A. Chambers.. ........ 1.00
------W099 ducted this morning at 10 o'clock at Druggist and Apothecary, C .M. Reilly.. .. .. ...... 5.00
.. ... the underTaking parlors of Northup & B. W. Seeley.. ........ ..... 2.50
iv a*-- ~m iWood, and the interment will occur PhoOe 109 121 Palafox 8t. A. e. ...on.... .......... 2.50
S' at S. John's cemetery. A. Dominlck.... .... ......... 2.00
\e W_ --w H. DeBroux..... ....,..... 3.00
L Ut N Mfr Attentlon, i. 0. O. F. Geo., Baser...... .............. 5.00
f A ieftt.l. resort .amme. f0 Members of Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. 0. 1* V. Daviaon.. .. ... .i ..... 1.00
r= g oes to refuge elegant ac 0. F., are reqeqted to meet at their E W. Atsinger........ ...... 3.00
r --ndtia s sad board at S per hall at 9 a. a, riday for the purpose D. IHergchkovitz.. .......... 3.00
h. S7M per week. Everything of attending the funeral of our late G. R. Wilkln..... .. ......... 3.001
M a brother, J. H. Cox. Members of Pen- J. W. Rounlof.. .. ..... 1.00
,__,,_ , ... ___ saoola Lodge, No. 4, and visiting breth- l S. Campbell.. ..............3.00
ren are requested to attend. By order E. Ballard.... .. ........... 3.00
r No N. fisse, 1H. JIL'DAINE, N G. W OR $54.00
SC. L SMITH, Secretary. A contribution of $20 was also re-c
I* m 11 ceived from I. and S. Bing, of Cincin- y
a__ 91012111110 swam_ 1> Attention, Rebekah Ldge. U nati, b.
The members of Naomi Rebekah
TLL SF L TOVn ILodge, No. 10, are requested to meet at A GUARANTEED OURE FOR PILES Ci
the ftmeral of our brother, John Coxd,Piles. Druggistsare authorized to rudi m
.The l ed Mrs. ebecca olay at 10 o'clock at the undertaking par- Op C n fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
SS One Steamship CaptaiR gm fund m oney ff PJU O N Tfs
"Mbe eid toay rom the home of lors of Northup & Wood. By order of Oe Sta p C tin C to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. is
Mrs. C. H. anvyan, at Uttle Bayou, at S. DeTHAYER,
.6: a.1 a Interment will be i st. N. G. plains f Losing Fie Men y sm aM gr
Micbael's ometery at 11:30 a. m. y ma stumbl.and ha
d yo notice thatthey were tA CARD. Since Sunday. May o s tumbe and are p
Dig down a old building out your This is to certify that all druggists ed thertor because persons having
Vay? ae, ew one to take its plu are authorized to refund your money 'hem In keeping are careless in "hitch-
A Wet Ad fonmd the new owner-or if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to The p ie f what going them up." The mohfisrnnt and 1
the old wouldtill be udicure your cough or pld. It stops tte 'c ing is d bi plie common error in clotiet# horse is the p
the old buildig would still bfe undis- ha luts prepee
tur Cserious results thel a cold Cures v a to a certain extent in Pensacola Just placing of the breoei tr hold back
Tse remains of Charlie Touart, the grippe coughs resulnd points acoL Cures monlia now, if reports from sode of the ship strap, at the proper hight, on the
The remains of Charlie eTouart, the grippe cough and preVentS n eumonla aster In h arbor e lve horses hinde. I n efa.ery tbird
n die Wednesdy night a consumpmasters in the harbor may be belteven hroe' bind legs. In cr eeri ther
of y ellow fever, weredneay nigrest attend consumption. Conta yellow pack- "Crimping." in maritmei parlance, horse se hitched wrong l' this respe ,
Syew fever wen s e is the term used to describe the prac- Tnie breechen should be udbuckled that
v nterday afternoon, large number' age. Refuse substit tes W. A. D'A- tice oT sailor runners who induce the t will not slip ip under ti horse's t1ll 1
Sfrleds and relatives attending the emberte, Druggist and apothecary salo on a ship to desert that vesse, and nver so that :t u1 when the
erles and llow.g the ll lMORE BUILDINGS NEEOO and sign up on another one. The in horse Is going down bill 'r holding b
e fmil hme at the coer A Rducements offered may of course be against a load slip nearly tio'to his di
theiLacmi home at the corner of In- FOR THE TAMPA FAIR varied and various-better pay, a bet- hocks. The latter position deprives al
ta 0 oit'clok and proeeded ton r Stts Tampa. Oct. 19.--bd wing to a con- ter ship, an easier mater-anything the hoe e of the free use of hs hind
Michael's church, where the services -tintly increasing demand for space by which the men can be persuaded tolegs, causes his et tocr alternate- r
ere hed. o ther the m ins the exposition buildings of the State ship on the other vessel. The "crimp-re
Were carried to St. Michael's cemetery Fair, to be held in Tampa, November r" of course gets his pay out of the lIy, lifts his hind feet, If not his whole en
an- interred. A large number of 15th to 30th. the erection of several rlaster of the ship for which he is get- hind parts, nearly off the ground and 1
andraaoe floral tributes decorated the imposing buildings not at first con- ting the men. throws the weight of the load and of
S The pall bearers were Al tem plated has been necessary. Ali The master of the British steamship the horse himself on to his front feet, pi
T. arl Cleve Roach. Johnnie Miller buildings and fences on the grounds Lovaine complains that he has lost five the result being badly "sprang" kaees,
SCllp Klumker. Olam Golay and Geo. ill be painted white and will present men since Sunday, and it is reported! frequent unavoidable stumblag, with b
Harris. a magnificent appearance. The mat- that other masters are also complain- the generally attending whipbig, jerk- be
ter of selecting judges for the various ing of similar losses. ing of the reins and curse" of the fool fo
departments is now being given seri- In view of the fact that a strict driver.
The only folks who do not use Blue ous attention by the ldrectors. Poul- quarantine is now on and that the bar-
Bibbon Lemon and 'Vani'a Extracts try breeders throughout the state will bir is being closely guarded by a Bow Moeke ys ee pc
are those who have never !rled them. be pleased to learn that Mr. F. J.i United States revenue cutter, which is "Do you know." said the monkey an
S It pays to say Blue Ribhrln Vanilla, Marshal, of College Park, Ga.. one of! presumed to be on patrol duty at all % you ope i
and say it plain, the most experienced poultry judges times, the work of the crimperss" is man at zoo, that few people e
in the country, will act as judge of the s"miewhat surprising. saw a monkey asleep? I suppose that po
Train Was Late. poultry department of the Fair. there e wareole who imagine that they his
Train No. 2. from the cast, which A ilddhlst Nunnery. never do sleep, as they are usually alert "t!
was due to reach the city :ast night As One of the Farifl. Tere are uun.- who wear male at. in the presence of viastors." :t was
at 10:45, wxi about f'tur hours late "No." remarked the girl who ikes to tire The religious females who are in the afternoon, and the drowsy ani w
and did not arrive un'il about 2 ay original things, "I don't w peo- thus strangely garbed are mentimon had exerted Its influence upon a sleepy pa
clock. The engine brole iown be- ple to treat me like one of the family. by 'Sir Charle.- Gordon in his "RecolP mustached monkey, and the delegate w(
tween Pensacla Escamnblea, bsen I go to a house and the boste elections of Thirty-niue Years In the had a good view of the sleeping beast co
hih wa the e o del.ys, Now e right I. and Army." He lay up on his shelf upon his back, ha:
won't mnake company of you; we'll In SIO0 Sir (harles, accompanied bj with his arms thrown carelessly about. ed
Wsel*cmm* cam*yas treat you like one of the family,' my; C fellow oie.!ae', was seeking a hospbt but the pretty feature was the position "
The carriage in which Napoeor L soul revolts within me. tal site li Tientsin, China, when be of the long tail. It was curled about tit
bade his famous retreat from Mescow "UWhen I see the way most people came in sight of a 1Bladdhist nunnery. the body, and just under the head it
and in which he as emperor general treat their families I make up my mind In spite of the warnings of one of the made a double curl, and upon this soft
net out from Paris In the campaign that is the way I don't want to be Inmates, who appeared in lale attire roll rested the monkeyf head--a pill
which closed at Waterloo t presered treated, for when I punt on my bst tley entered the building and found low ft fora itng. "When alone the fist
tl Ilodon by the trustee of the Wel. clothes and go out to dine or sup I that all the other nuns were similar always use their tails for pillows," said of
tltou estate, the relic having former., want to be treated lke 'company.' dressed. The intrusion greatly shock(e* the keeper, "but if two or more sleep pol
ly ben the property of the "Iron That's what I go for. It's so pleasant the Buddhist w aomre. at the same time they huddle es u to* lik
Inke." It l a two td convene to have ever one the stranger's our regret was real," aid Br geter-. rating their heads upon o an cas
Uluke." It is a two e*.od con'-evance, to have e'-ery one In the ranger's. Charles. "'Explanations were ex- other." ust
with the top and scdes lined with tron; ,boWa trying to be agreeable, and no canged: wexplanations were ex- other."
there Is also a front "curtain" of Iron one under heaven ever treats a stran- chan i:t we wer informed that tco sot
tha' can be rated and lowered at will. ger quite as be treats a member of his community within adopted male cos- Trtalas Army monses the
The whreet a re are and er and own family. I ike everbod In th tume as an indication that the) hot When horses are recruited for the ma
the wtre are ln isn aris lattld own famly. from the everybody randmo there only r.no ncedl the world, br, with it army they are put through a course of kni
teps are finished I Tri emperor to the cooidng rom tb e old grandmother r tpr e emblems of their se. We were re- training to accustom them to the tt* me
esgd t e bakI st andr. kept his piem to the ooin baby, nd to smile their Fret- calved by the lad1 superior.and tea and mult and sme3 of battle. First they enc
nd blank s at andr it. T his ack ofp t oiw s t e agreeable. The an extra mef- aes were offered to and partaken are drawn up in a circle around an In- ton
ond blanket der it. Th e back of the fort to be agreeable. The next time I M by us. We are then permitted to structor, who flrea pistol. ome take flsb
fn t pro e with as all of nlard a red go visiting and the hoste says,f the visit the 'private chapel,' and finally the dash aiti report very quietly, and me'
a prortde with all pirit or lnary are going m t o treat o like oe of the we parted from the religieuses on the these are passed on to severe trials, pri
w rles and a swat: spirit or oi! stove family" I am going to say. 'Please beat of terms." while the others have lesson after les- t
Please don't, for pity's sake; treat me on h pe ted util they ae convinced s
like company.' "'-PhidellhJi RecoS son repeated unti they are convinced as
"Do yca see that man with thb ha le InP iles. that there is no danger to them, and but
qomg down the basement steper" In- T.e Gmest MoauL A method has recently been Invented before long a seventy pounder may be had
qutied the chummy ebhman who starts The greatest of the Mogul emperors o depositing a metal coating electrical fired within a yard of them without of
in front of a smart Fifth arveoe res of India was Akbar, born Oct. 14, 1:42. ly on laces and other fine fabrics The making them tarn around. After this obj
taurant. His compnnlorr replied that He began to reign when he was but process is stlil kept a secret, but it they must face the fire In a sterner
be did and asked what there was about twelve years old and over three prov- turns out the most surprising results, senee-that Is to say, they must gal.
the man that was unusual. incee only. but be extended his empire In effect changing the tissues exposed lop fearlessly np to a line or square of W
"Well. that fellow drives the refrue over nearly the whole of India. is i into the daintiest fabrics of gold, silver Infantry blhaing away with their rifles for
-at that collect, the stuff thrown out wisdom and justice earned for him the or browse. The utility of the metaIlized and charge batteries of quick fringe knl

downstairs. His graft Is plekin' out ttle "Guardian of Mankind." His cout laces covers varlons nfics. They serve ginm wa
the silver that's thrown away. bringin' at Agra was magnificent. Akbar's real for table ornamentation and for center the
it back an' rgttin' paid for It." name was Jelai-ed-Dean. but when be pieces; architects use them In m ra! Lo
Instead of picking all the knirs reached the height of his power he be decorations: ln. applications an ephol Igra
forks and spoons up from the plntes came known by the shorter namewihich stery and for th hangings of panels I A carmnng break t
t sarces It is not nnusual for care means very great or greatest, and in 1alons, bondoirs and rich dining lls.
ew waitfrs to throw not only the rn- Enmtta he was called the great mogul. e makers of fine furniture tacrst dih- T
fo. u te with them In the manufacture st
S anft otf food. ht the silverware, too He is said to have kept 5.00) elephants, oo wt te n the m cte o
at. the barrel that stands at the clean- 12.h) choice horses and LUnO hunting crees and on surfaces ot any kin d, bo
amg table. It I maki that tbe los to klopards. Akbar died in 1605. was phn or curved. They are tse i Used .1
eaw fthbonable restaurant In this way bnried in a magnibent mausoleum w'*hst n In hbal 5 w elM S c
reqmwtly has amounted to $t a is e r Agra sad was succeedd by 's restments and ba ntaeeveal a nd
WWkh. -New York Prea. OWL. dreas. Rich as they are IappA**ar .m I p- "r
qkNe rkPrsoftn. ance and unparalleled I dIuwy at f caatS Inm p erain m
- -- --- beauty they are very chap. Aaybody om tem
can afftr them, and the extnAt o r
Suse In costuming bids falir to b e m ee
au F 5



mm r CmIT Iw
What a woaedrful meae of hlop a"
rcape a om fi thee wor carry
that weam whso s &adihg the boar h
shall prodi her Motherhood. PerhapsLor
IheristhastdmaieGon e haesmed her;
wih what am mda ,te d fear she -
memplate the comin e vet which eve at
is casting ib sdadw beri te a wyd
-t p &al rosoi ? Te h ope bM
out In shewo. sloaiply meins that childA
birth ha beea turned W of thanks.
wgo a.d srhipped .of Its nod r
dngm =e of ll 4Mird hill of Ms

Sis ther un f the. re. h mles amms
Hm ta lte upnctat yr; ohe cam ipply
it hersef aPd feet an inmpearst at oat
which but foretells the dpas at sufferi
which it sar where cbdbth takCs place.
The tesdaoy e Mother wlo hbav based k
successfully will .avinee ,; their Wrd
of praise awe fond ir bookW Mothb
hood." Serdforit.


mpany left Sunday for Lake City.
our correspondent could not attend
A account of sickness in his family.
Lieutenant Benner went to Lake
[ty yesterday. He will join his com-
ana' there.
Our excellent postmaster, Mr. L.
'iselogel, after several days illness,
able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. p. A. Robinson are
greatly Improved at present. Both
ave been quite sick and Dave, Jr.
ys he has had his hands full to hold
s Job and attend to them.
Mr. L. Wiselogel will go to Jackson.
lie Friday to see the President and
ok at the state troops.

Wkemu Peflleni Wasl enu er .
It was generally supposed during hi
[CtMme that Paganini had more rw
trd for bank notes than for musical
otes--that, in fact, se was a heartless,
fishh miser. It Is true that, as a rule
e c vetry chary with his money (hb
ed oWth $ 00,0o ,beDut that he was
so occaIonally giaeous is amply
moved by several incidents in his ca-
er. One of his last concerts was giv-
Sat Turin for the benefit of the poor,
e gave Berioz, the great French corn
ser, the Iarge sum Of ,000 francs
imply asL a mark of admiration for the
tter's "Sajiphonie Fantastiqne." But
better fhan this was the manner of his
*friendng a little Italian whom he
und playltg on the streets of Vienna.
The boy confided to him that he sup-
irted his slck mother by his playing
id that he lad cone from the other
de of the Alps. Paganini was touch-
, at once. Hle literally emptied his
ckets into the lad's hand and, taking
s poor instrument from him, began
he most grotesque and extraordinary
rformance xpowible." Presently there
as quite a crowd around the curious
ir, and 'Pganlii, concluding his solo,
,nt around with the hat. A splendid
election was tbe result, and after
ending this to the boy Paganini walk-
off with his companion, remarking,
hope I have done a good turn to the
Lie animall'

The Hide of the Gardash.
'he garish. an American fresh water
h with long toothed jaws like those
a crocodile, has a skin that can be
ished smooth until it has a finish
e ivory. It makes beautiful jewel
ikets and picture frames. This skin
ed to be converted into armor by
me tribes of American savages, and
* hide is so tough and hard that it
kes a breastplate that can turn a
fe or spear. 8bme of the finer speci-
ns that have been found are hard
>ugh to turn even a blow from a
nahawk. The savages who wore this
Sarmor also used to wear a Ash hel-
t. It was made from the skin of the
ckly porcupine fish, and, besides pro,
ting the wearer's head. It was used
a weapon of offense The warriors
ted their enemies with It, and, as It
I hundreds of ironlike spikes, tib
ration was especially painful to the
ect of attak.
Two Curlteu KIlves.
Then Sheffield first became famous
its cutlery a peculiarly shapeC
fe, designed for a variety of uses,
a made with great care and sent to
agent Of the Cutler's dbmpany is
idon. On one of the blades was en-
ved the following challenge:
London. for thy Hte.
Show me such another life.
be London cutlers, to show tha
y were 'equal to their fSbefeld
others, made a knife with f single
1 tempered blade, the blade having
avity coatalning a rye straw two
I a half Incbes in length, wholly sur-
nded by the st; yet aotwithstand-
tbe fact Mt the blade was wel
Ipered, t-straw was not burned
ged or ared In the least! It b
iens to .tdd that the Ofefleld eut-
s k aek ig themselv OL
1 cKH~raBBEO^ U-BBWrdrtfB WUBH


Routine Business Was Transactd
And Two Mlor Polic


A financial minister maurrd the comr
mons that "the steps of the govern R m a i
ment would go hand in hand with t Ve
Interests of the manufacturer." It was Rem N ie
In the lords that the government was
wJrne that the constitutional righll of
the people were being "trampled upon On October 16, I will move my store
by the mailed hand of at*kority." of groceries and feed stuff from co-
Sir George Campbell id "the pale ner 10th Ave. and 14th streets, to
face of the British soldier Is the back- store with the blue front on corner
bone of the British empire" and said of Davis and Lloyd streets.
certain abuses in India were but "a Will keep a full and complete stoc
mere flea bite In the oea-n" a com- of fancy and staple groceries and fe- I
pared with others he could name. It stuffs. Thanking my friends and cus-
was another friend of Ifdia who said, tomers for past favors, I respectfut!y
"Pas the measure, and the be amsolicit a continuance of same. Call
"Pass the measure, and the barren and get prices before purchasing else-
wells will become fertl veys" It here. cull weights and measure-
was a loyal member who sald'Whe guaranteed. Ring phone 620 and giva
I go wrong I look round and see our me your orders.
chief leading, ad I soon get rlht
But our Hibernian friends wfll be
jealous it we credit them with nothing C M Wi ls
In this dire tM W ilson.
Mr. Field of Dublin when discussing
a bill relating to the shipping of cattle
across the Irish sea begged te m m. WRI T CBO
bera 'tot to look at the sabject from a s, lUU
live stcr point of view," and it was be Manufacturers o
who sald, "Te right lWborbe getle- and Dealers In
man Sbakes bse head, sad I'm srry LUMBER. LATH, SAWEOD CYPRESS
hear It" He it was, too, who when SHINGLES AND KILN-
the Irish land bill was belan pobed DRIED APS
through, said, *he time has Bew con m
and is rapidly aring." Aanoter mem-
beMr n a debate objected to, "ntoduee-
Ing fresh matter already ddeeIed." It
was Mr. McHngh whoe declared the
gov u-asent was "Imabomd wtth d r
tape," but It wasan oppeom of bImM
rule who regded a certalb e ndo a
as "the ni rtst a tn tbhe fe Il i
nmt th empiree"

by statan oe tad ctaM he Bo rft e
walttbe u s* oldaUbsat tti 1k IN


- ES


The Board of Public Safety held a Isapositve cure for all those painful
regular meeting yesterday afternoon. alsmenat of women. It will entirv!y
Those present were Messrs. McGaug- cure the worst forms of Fenmale (om-
hey, Oliver, White and Mayor Bllss. plaints, all Ovarian troubhis. Infnrn-
Mr. McGaughey acted as chairman motion and Ulceration. Ikatl n and
during the absence of Mr. Ingraham. Displacements of the WYVotn aidl con-
After some routine business the re- sequent Spinal Weakness. anl is
port of Marshal Schad for September lnarly adapted to the Chtune of
showing the number of arrests, ines 4f6 Every time it will cure
and collections during the month was 1-a --
read. It showed that the department It bas cured more cs of L -
Shad made 363 arrests, of which 85 rhethan any otherre medyth wor'm
had been discharged, 203 found guilty, basever known. Itisalmostinfallil,!e
9 sent to the criminal court and sen- in such cass. It disclves and exp '!s
tence suspended in 6 cases. Fines Im- Tumors from the Uterus in an early
posed amounted' to $1,224.50, of which stage of development. That
$915.50 had been collected. Pound F.ii-
fees amounted to $40.30, while the F f
time worked out by prisoners amount- using pain, weight and headache. ..
ed to $382.50. instantly relieved and permanent:,
The application of Walter Butler eared by its use. Under all eirclin
for a position in the fire department stances it acts in harmony with the
was received and referred. female system. It corrects
W. C. Ward and Willie Farinas were 0Ilw t,
elected members of the police aepart- Suppressed or Painful Menstruation,
ment, having been recommended by Weakness of the Stomach. Indijtestin,
the marshal. Bloating, Flooding. Nervous i'ru)tr:%
The resignation of Police Officer tion, Headache, General Debilitv. .A\
Abbott was read and accepted. MI me
Bids for feeding the city stock for F
the month of November were opened Extreme Lassitude, "don t-care ar.,'
and read. J. EL Dubuisson was award- "want-to-te-left-alone feeling. '' ~ -
ed the contract. ability, irritability, nervousne.ss, als., p
The mayor was instructed to adver- Isaness. flatulency, melancholy o- the
tise for bids for furnishing medicines blues," and backache. These are
for the coming year. sure indications of Female Weakne-.
Marshal Schad, just before adjourn- somederangement of the. Uterus. 1'
ment, stated that the mounted offcers IK y OtfIIrt..
of the city would make a request for and Backache of either ser the Vegeta
an Increase In salary, as they were ble Compound is unequaled,
under heavy expense in furnishing and Yo can write Mrs. Pinkham about
feeding their own horses. He said ourself in strictest confidence.
that in other cities the horses were
furnished the mounted men by the IrmA 3. rPaIsAN NED. co., Lye. ars.
city. The board Instructed them to
send in their petition. '
PHONE 154. I

O.&terleal ema Taut Went Wan
You There!
The "Prize Reciter and Speaker
gives the following instances of a mix-
Ing of metaphors by some Englishld our Head
taesmen: old up Your Head
Mr. Balfor in a peech poke f Yellow
empty theater of unsympathetic audi- Quit Taking Yl
tors." Lord Curzon drked tht Fever attend to
"though not out of the wood we have a
a good ship." Sir Wiliam Hart Dyke business and go to
told how Mr. Lowther "had caught a
big fish in his net-and went to the
top of the tree for it." Mr. Asquith
remarked that "redistribution is a
thorny subject which requires delleate
handling or it will tread on some pe-
ple's toes." LAZ
Mr. Brodrick told the commons that
"among the many jarring notes beard
in this house on military affairs this
subject at least must be regarded as
an oasis." General Buller declared
that "the army is honeycombed with
cliques, and kisses go by favor in thle
web of ax grinders."
In the debate on the London educa*
tonal bill Walter Long said, "We
are told that by such legislation the
heart of the country has been shak- 19 lbs. GRANULATED SUGAR for
cn to its very foundations." Winbon NW POUND MACKEREL,, 3 for 25
Churchill at a meeting of the Bow and NBW OOMB HONEY, I-lb. Pkgs...10.
Bromley Conservative association com- New Mackerel, Codfish, Edam,
mended certain utterances of Lord Swiss, Umburger and Cream Cheese,
Rosebery, but said that Sir Henry Buckwheat, Graham Hem, Oat Meal,
Campbell-Bannerman "had sat so long Barley. Everything fresh anu' new at
on the fence that the Iron had entered lowest prices.
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*1 IThe Penaacola Journal Is on
* sale at the following places la
* the city:
0 sayHotel.
1 Coe's Book Stor.
SDepot News tao M
* Gem Seek mW.
0 Seuthern Hetal.
S Twsupsen's eek Stuw .
S WaWed lee Cream Parlor.
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papers and your city authorities i
attempting to locate yellow fevei
here should not so convnls you
,Keep cool and clean up.-Mobile
This is a very candid admission
that the Item's recent false and libel
lous attack on Pensacola was pure
malice, just as The Journal charged
A newspaper which is capable of the
mendacity and malice displayed by
the Item, and which brazenly admits
It as the Item does in the above, Is
also capable of refusing to correct its
false statements as the Item has so
far refused to do.

_kh Q^T IL r AINt UHr rGCMft^ I I8
Immirio Cof'reoC. Watched from a certain angle, the
Nwpapers thr hout the South affairs and business of daily life re-
Newspapers throu".out the "
have taken various position relative semble a game which might be called,
to the coming hattanooga Immigra- PENALTIES."
tos ConfUce but oe, asm fr as Those players who are most alert,
oted are m rcally opposed to most adept, who have sharpest wits,
the Idea of .he conference as the Bir- rarely pay a "penalty;" while the care-
aniagam Age-Herald. That paper less players are constantly "paying
had the following to say. ia its issue up."
of yesterday upon the asubwt: There are no set rules in the game
The Chattanooga convention will of "Penalties." it is a mere matter
assemble under a call that expresses of "blundering and paying the files.'
the ear that immigrants will come Take the case of a man who buys
'"1 such numbers as will inevitably
lower our present peaceul labor con- a horse-knowing little about horses,
$tjis an* maagrelise cur popula- anl less about wuat they should cost,
tion." he pays bout twenty-five dollars more
Georgia and the ?wo Carolinas, than he would have needed to pay for
were included in the original thirteen t w a
states, and not one of the threee con- the animal. He never read the ads. of
taine enough people of foreign birtn people who had horses to sell, and, in
to lower any standard or to mongrel- defect, his $25 penalty paid for this
ie anybody. Not one of the tnree Leglect
contains today, 16.000 people of lor- e". .
elgn birth, although a million a ini-, Another man who owns a house, and
grants are added to this ceun:ry reats it to the first inquirer who has
yearly. WhA then does the writer of sought him out since he put up the
the ca fear a tidal wave of Immi- placard. He is not quite satisfied with
pa-to?. Wby has his imagination t
beoomeso heated? hthe man's responsibility, and is a lit-
He fears imasigation, too, b-c3tuse tie reluctant about knocking off a few
'it will destroy "oureprasent peaceful dollars from the already low rent-but
labor conditions." Our l'Wor condi- there is no other tenant "in sight,'
tons are peaceful ought, but a a-:
bor famine is abroad in the land. and he accepts the doubtful one. His
Land goes uncultivated, timber goos penalty :s the eventual loss of two
nacut. minte go unworkCo and mills months' rent income, the cost of re-
go dwarfcd in output stmplv because.. .
e supply or hort. This apering the house, ana of making re-
tbe trpply t '- Is short. This
district neEds 10.000 add!tionel labor- psirs-allof wh)ch he could have avoid.
ers today and all days, and a similar c by spending a dollar or two in the
story goes up fro every other south- first place -for "To Let" ads., which
ere erase. Contrators cannot com-I
e ar Contracrsca c ould have placed prospective ten-
ldoe their ta-ks In season lecaus-
the labor supply is deflient, ncd yet ants IN COMPETITION for his house,
the call would have us -el;eve the and would have enabled him to "take
Pouth is aboet to be orer'wh~nmel his choice."
with mmonrelizint immigrants. I The housewife blunders into "pay-
The only danger that exists is of a ... ..
directly opposite nature, namely, we ig penalties by asking her neigh-
ran not get enough immlgrants. No or's servant to secure a servant for
atber danger is In sight, or even has her-some "friend of hers." She gets
been in the history of the pothb. In' a "breaker," and for most of the
tead of taking steps to limit or repel
Immigration steps should be taken to ,uonth watches the gradual destruc-
invite and attract white men -f any t:-n of china ano despoiling of house
and every nqtion-lliy. Wa neOe more hold "pretty things. She pays her
whht -en-more Italia n. more.. I "" "*
rwhtL morenme Italiis more penalties" because she gave herself
GreetLs. more Slave. mor .Srian -
This ditrct has several thousand of no room for CHOICE in selecting a
these people, and it want man: scrvaut-virtual.f delegating the se-
norr. and the conference will not bh election tu someone else. A "Help
p'rnmitted to drive awa.v frtn us t1' want ,ad., run for u few days, would
latlir se need and nave .'!cr.-:nt :i
apleciate hale changed the affair from that of a
Space hunting tiihs. erant to that of a
A special to the Ch :ago Record- lo: of streans hunting the place-
Herald sas'. that the Prt.idecnt has v.hich is a very different thing.
ordered the collector of the port of T'ht person who works lor too small
San Francisco to collect duties on wages, who pays too h:gh rent, who
ei dutiable PPncles brought* Lomoe "ie away-' things which have a
from the fI.r cast by ~is Ali.-e market value, or that couid have been
Roosevek. Just why such an or.er; exchanged for more useful articles-
was necessary is not apnarer.. that person is always a loser in the
The Briringham oyster stew is game of "penalties" and wholly be-
about on a par with boar!iiz house cause he doesn't realize the nature
chicken broth, if one may jiuige by of the game.
the foilow.ng from the len of Paul
Cook, the Age-Herald' funny man: .
When you are feeling lonecsme, ADVICE TO WOMEN *
When you are feeling blue. I GETTING OFF CARS
Just tath : wa.k and conte'rplaCte *
The o. -~er in the stew? -E-....l:.i:ur -,---.......|---:
It i said that gold, in lar'e quan- E W. O'Connor, claim agent of the
tties. r l- been discovered r, the, savannah Electric Co.. writes the Sa-
lsthmuo jf Panama. Probably the v:nn.ah News as fol-ows.
m that s Unk tere a fw y r Editor Morning News: In your edi-
ago th :a, French Canere Cin tw pnrial of Oct. 2. you expressed regrets
o Fthat the street railway company could
I ,t operate a school of instruction fow
The. Age Hralj aays Mr. Jerome is the public as well as their trainmen,
an an:, ri:ftr ;f Mr Jerome Is for the purpose of diminishing acci-
graft:ng .: a:i h<'.- get'ing more than dents.
-he ante-- ,hl... pot pbabl-. The statistics of the Street Railway
Claim Agents' Association, at their re-
President McCurdy of ;h, Mutual cent nfetring in Philadelphia. shows
I fe, sas ~e milonaire that 65 per cent. of all accidents are
. 'erow .e.uder due to women leaving a moving car
leaner iw t.. escaped under theo the wrong way, that ia, to grasp the
ciro~sstances? grab handle with the right hand and
face the rear of the car, the result is
To The Pensacola Journa': Don't always the same, a fall backwards.
lose your temper. A retunr dose of There is no earthly excuse for this, by !
the "aaliious"c medicine banded this simply using the left hand on the grab
r ae ,~,ie back 'y ::.ur no=c. handle, which would necessarily force

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the one alithting to ace the roeat of
the ear, or tn other words, the dtree1
tion I which thi car is moving thel
there is no daaer of any one e ling
a they can recover quickly. w
core, the railway people uae every
means to eauties pesseagers not to
alight from a moving ear. for if you
will notice on the bk of every bench.
the legend: "Wiat until the car stops"
SWhile in Philadelpha at the rall-
way convention, the writer was a spec-
tator of a very lteresting test at the
exposition grounds. The Philadelphia
SRapid Transit Company, at the sugges-
tion of the claim agents, lent twelve
Sc. their best conductors, for the pur-
pose of demonstrating how much of an
impossiblity it was to disembark back-
wards from a moving car. The result
was that eleven were thrown prose
and the odd man turned in time to
fall on his hands and knee. The car
was running about ive miles an hour
Sa the time they were told to jump; of
course they received their instructions
to alight the same as a female would,
they knew exactly what this meant,
for 90 per cent. of all women will grab
with the right hand as described
above. Now, not to be too anreauon-
able about all the lehles, as every
street car man la this city knows that
at least one fine looking young lady
leaves the care at least twlce a day
on the corner of Bull and Bay streets,
and invariably prefers the car to be
in motion, but as this particular lady
Knows how to get off a car when in
motion, why there is absolutely no
danger of her falling. However, it is
e better not to take any chances, but
use the precaution to "Walt until the
car stops."

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Will Resume Operations.
Colonel Frank Walpole, the famous
fighting editor of the Manatee Rec-
ord, who is always hungering and
thirsting for a political slugging
match, now that the summer is over
and mosquitoes have quit biting, pro-
poses to resume belligerent operations
with such energy as may cause half
the male citisen of Tamps to taao
to the woods. In the last issue of his
paper he prints this terrifying threat:
"A little later the Record iropoaes
to handle a few political propositions
without gloves. If a few people in
Tampa and elsewhere pst hurt we
can't help it.-Punta Gorda Herald.
*, .
Federal Quarantine Needed.
The Alabama quraatlie against
this country is a fair sample of the
judgment exercised by stite quaran-
tine officers in general. The whole
matter of inter-state quarantines
should be under federal controL--De
* unlak Breeze.

An Alligator Exterminator.
Bill Brown's big ox wagon came
in from the Big Cypress store on
Tuesday, bringing 1,270 'gutor hides,
the largest number ever brought
here at one time. i is only thre-
weeks ago since "Bll" brought in a
shipment of over O hides. "pilt"
says he is doing ha best to get all
the 'gators In the Everglades before
Governor Broward earriae out his
drainage schemes. Bill Iold his ;ides
to R. A. Henderson, receiving a lit-
tle over $1,000 for this three weeks'
haul of hides.-n Myysrq Press.
The "Gaineevilhe pl t."
The aineevrlle Spirit" stll rages
wih unabated vigor in Florlda's pro-
gressive inland cty. At the rec~at
bond election there were ocly 27
votes out of a tetal of t72 against
the proposition to 4pend 115,006 for
city improvements. TMO result is
that Gainesvil will have sewers,
paved streets, electric lights and a
hospital. Gainesville deserves all the
prosperity that is coming its way.-
St. Augustine Record.
* *
Why Draw the Lknet
Why should Albert OGrhrist dray
the culinary line on tied okra?
What's the matter with stewed oyster
plants and roasted parsuaps? If he
expects the housewives of Florida to
boom him for governor he mus: ;ot
stop at one lonesome recipo to swell
the table delicacies. He 'naJt re-
member that Wallace Stovall is In the
hotel business and will soon be in a
position to dish out recipes by the
column.-Ocala Banner.

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The following Eure mshow The pOW
uail Joornal's iroWatioa for each
day duriD the month of September,
1905, with the average Joihar of
copies Oily:
Sept. 1, 000 Sept. 18, 5,300
Sept. 2, 0M Sept. 17, M,1
Sept. S, b0 Sept. 1s,
Sept. s. Sept. 5,5 0
sept. 7, 1O apft M0

Sept. a, sA e p. 5 .
Sept. 7 LIMO Sept. ,
Sept. 10, SSANpt S .
Sept. 11, ..... Sept 50
et 12, 500 Sep gtO co
Sept. Is i,50 o pt* ~,
ept. 14, 5M00 Sept a SAN
Sept. 15, M500 Sep3t S
Total for the meMrs.......,l8M

iset is oerroct aneeall- to thie a .
ordsa o Lie ln this a
Chwalot80 MV,.
8wore to and "~get tf befoe m
this th day of ~mts i.1
Notary P atte

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* Tampa Tribune.

'It deplebibl-tragedy at the meet-
oag those cknmaeons' Union Mon-
day Bight, fUlting in, the death of
one naa. ,d the serious wouadIng
of anotha afd the Indeflnite dpri-
vation 6bfW IU of another, is to be
regretted--t it shall not fall of good
result it'Ithall impress upon work-
ingmen as a class the possible conse-
quenes wtl ht may result from un-
necessary strikes, which always have
rthe camiul results, either to one
side or the other.
The e-uaasers of the local Brick-
layera' no who precipitate the
trouble whlioi led- to Mon lay night's
tragedy by their arbkrary strike of
some time ago cannot be justified un-
der any conception of their cause
which may be advanced. Their pur-
pose was clearly to put tne Mc-
Oucken Bros., out of busine-s If they
poedbly could, quitting their employ-
ment without reason while thenv bad
important Oontracts in progress, in
which they were under heavy forfeit
and to whom the suspension of their
work evm temporarily, meant serious
los. The contractors, left suddenly
without workmen, did the only thing
pomlble to them-went to Jackson.
ville and employed negro bricklayers,
accepting only strictly unl)n men--
men who, though black, held the

A Pointer for Insurance Men


This is the psychological moment
for Insurance companies to adver-
tlse. They ought to appeal to the
public in full pages, and do so in all
--. t thee papers wherein their presidents
and managers are being raked over
S the eoals, wherein they are being put
down as the worst criminals, although
they are not a bit worse than the
mInaoger of other big Institutions.
In those very papers they ought to
show to the public how nothing has
been proved against the safety of
their antagonists, the legislative in-
qusetore, the press, the polliy-hol-
ders' associations, all these people
admit the safety of the policy-holders'
life Insurance policies.. If that is so
--and it Is ee-ewwere is the excuse
for the public not to take out Insur-
ance, and where is the excuse for
treating, even with less regard than
they usually do, the insurance agents
Swho respectfully call the attention
of those who are not insured to the
necessity of protecting their families,
for they may die at any minute, and
surely no one can say-no one ever
dared to say--that In caeoo like this
the widows would not promptly get
the money.
The advertising managers of insur-
ance companies now have the chance
to talk INSURANCE-usually they
spoke In their advertisements about
their presidents. Let them now say
-- that insurance companies are all
right in the truest and the strictest
term of the word, and that there is
no reason for the people at large to
refuse buying insurance for them.
solves and their families because Mr.
McCall gave $150,000 in twelve years
to the Republican campaign. Great
as this sum appears to be, in reality
it affects each policy-holder's $1,000
policy to the extent of less than a

W #e 0 0 0 g.aAAsO.

same sort of credentials as the white
strikers here and who were as fully
entitled to the protection and sjppoC
of the union as the local .en. The
white strikers here were of course
resentful against the contractors a
well as the men they brought here
to take the places which they had
voluntarily vacated. The white brick.
masons have since adoptely every
method they could devise to give the
McGucken Bros., and the negro anios
men all the trouble possible. Several
personal difficulties occurred, eulmi
noting In the tragedy of Monday
night, which, if creditable evidence is
to be believed, was precipitate1 by a
attack upon young McGuckea,
brother of the contractors, by one or
more of their number.
The brickmasons are better paid
than any other class of labor in Flor-
Ida. They receive $5 per day for
eight hours' work. Reputable con
tractors tell the Tribune tOat, even
with this extraordinary good pay, it
is next to impossible to get the mar
Jorky of them to work a full week, no
matter how pressing may be the de-
mand for the completion of a con-
For the unfortunate victims of the
tragedy, particularly the families of
the men Involved, the Tribune has
the deepest sympathy. It should read
a strong and powerful lesson to a
bor unionism in general ai.d the
brickmasons in particular that ether
workmen have a right to work and
to live as well as they, and that
there is no monopoly of tho God given
right to earn a living vested in any
one organization under the sun.

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At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsible
ties Imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
the mode o* transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease,
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub.
lashed for the beneft of The Journal's readers as follows:
1. Tellow fever may be deaned as an acute, Infectious, febrile disease
which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
agency of m nitoes; and, as tar as known, by the single specie, the Steg
omyta Faciata, which Is the common domestic or cistern eaoqouito of New
Orieans, ad in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
s. The sgrm or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists an the blood
f yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; matter.
wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the
importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began
S. The mosquito (Stegomyia asclata) is powerless to convey the dis.
eas to a susceptible person by Its bite Until at least twelve days have elated
after biting the yellow fever patient. This period of ncubation in the mo
quito is the time that is requaird for the germ of the disease to breed in the
body of the mosquito and to mirate from the insect's stomach to Its salivary
glands. The United States Army yellOw Fever Commission ftoud, in 19M,
that in Caba this period varies from twelve days, In the hot summer mostha,
to eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season.
4. After incubating the yestow fever r f in its body daring the period
above speele., the Btesomiia it ready to transmit the disease during the
entire per id et its natural life, which may tend over 154 days, provided the
laset has access to water. (Gaitera ) Walter Reed was able to iaouleate
yloow fe r with a tegoays tdty-eve days o Ud&. teras with anoth
In days old. [Note-Accordi g to A~ptaote, Stagomya aiseata in Ja I s
ca on ly be coaxed to e fer day old. Wth as, In Lelarsla, say
Dupree, tt- b titehout easxti within tweaty4.r hiam after emerges
the ppapa ease It was twelived, at one time, that: (1) the males r t
myta mast be impreasted before the will bite; (i) that the am matter
Mtig onea, dee at gear to bite a seco time, or at leat atil Lfe or
seven days have e' psed- but Depree sys that the Stegamyte la I olUla
that have been tala d rear apart from the males wil bite promptly

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am aWmeUr.. 0a9Wi t a e eta Wine their b oIm- mend, nli
Anophes, withit three to five das after.]
5. A period. rr'agi troe tw, to ve daS, ally elaps tfter the b te
of a hosted M befqr the rsymptoes at yewo fever w develop in
the hueasub tJet. (Til fs twh incubitloa perod of yellw fver, and the
United States Ary YeTlow fver Commission found that tl thirteen caes
of experimental yelow fever obtained by the bites of msquitoes It varied
from forty-oae hounr to five days and seventeen hours, after inanalation.)
6. Pro the above, we gather that ift a adult Stegomyla Fasetaa bite
a yellow tewer patient within the first three days of the disease, i will have
to thcubate the pdsono n Its body from twelve to eighteen day (iacubattio
period in the mosquito); then, if i; bites a susceptible person at the eptr-
tion of this time, two to Fve days must elapse for the disease to manifet it.
self in the bitten person. Therefore, iaestimating the probable spread o
yellow fever from a stable Individual to the susceptible perso"e la a eoviror.
ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des
traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the feet that several
days may elapse before a mosquito Infected from the first case tay bke a
susceptible person, this period, of obse-rati should be lengthened to thirty
days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans un t.4
present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected ease
after its #rst appearance in a given locality.
7. The ftegomnla Fasciats cannot convey yellow fever during the ttim
that the poison is incubating tn its body (twelve to eighteen days). It may
bite freely ad repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; nelthe
does its Mte withta this perted confer any immunity to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (1. e. article
or inanimate objected that have come in contact with yellow fever patients of
their Immediate ammradiags.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bed.11a
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sek, is unaeeessary.
9. The bodies or cadavers of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of
transmittlag the dlaea"e sles death occurs within the Arst three day- of
the disease (a rare occurrence): and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set In.
10. There ia s possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyia, egfers aimmunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
Duttfs9 of the Trained Nurse.

1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
fever In the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes ftlly,
earnestly, and eooacientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should nnd the!r way
2. That as the Inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
must cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as dual
dian of the public health. The trained nurse hn this capacity becoming direLt.
ly the most eliemt and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever In infested localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation o
the mode of tranmlission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is as
non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of
the patient, (especially If these are not immune) largely, f not entirely,
3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever
patient is innpcuous and absolutely harmless to even the most ssaeeptiMo
non-immung, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access o
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and ntercourse may there*
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the el n th eck
room, and provided the innoculatlon of mosquitoes, by biting the patent
during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prvented
5. The ialsion of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily aecomphiMed If a
patient, sutering from ary kind of fever, in loealitie infected with yellow
fever, who is conided to her care, I allowed to be btten by aIloequttO
even If the fever a poven not to be yellow fever. Mosquteo bites o eama yag
and harmful even I not infective to the patient, and It must he looked apo
as an evidece of id If he sowsa eidces of mosquito stings.
e 6. No nurse can om ulder herself a trained yellow fever nurse unTleea e
Shas made ersel tforoughly familiar with the weapon, which science n a
t experience have give her to effective protect her aon ot*ed at leat"e -e
e those persa s who a@ dependent upon her knowledge and exertlae lor eiety
, from the inlfted.
s 7. The wepss of of0ne and defense that the nuM mast learm t
e handle n protect n her patients are:
S(A) The Meetao Sart (SobblN t Prefered), to Isolaft the Patie I Hise aId,
1 The ettfag of bars must have meshes fle enough to piint he
passage olt Cno ea.
Ip Iatwe mpS t hromeh mosta ta nets w mhen Say rt e tas
I patle tor soh t i w Wttar pt with the .AtUin-
8. Freqmuet eaat should be t tso ee that amere ae a-m
places a the astting sa that wnoai toe h fend a Moag ldi .
SThe sttiag st d be well t taw L i a keep the mqueltsep free
1 if meEaO a M mad u9wtth the etIttng they ouAld be k*iled ta
side, not merely 4riw a' shaken out.
6. AlU l*es o0 9aW should be promptly reported to the paystiae;
Awaiting b arrl they shoold be wveored with a mosquto bar. This ais er
SUcUartIy pratI& h eallg with= mi d fever, especially n tMats
childr InM e to n to with yellow fever. The d8ee a
Siftas U ia Mld form n infantle and early childhood, that I
a likely to mowsaP Mh 0Qao do athev ery MI4ae e s I Wmn
1 toms the Sa.a Pr1 o= 30a t 54 the moaiqutaa a'r aOe I*
Srpead the eI4 t olestation. The mild or anreeogteed aM asr
fort this 17068 the ,o danero s, r a a m itary poat o viw.
S iS opes ngs laa t the sick chamber should be srae@. Eo-h
o ho ritalSK wire sg~e are sot ausally available and prO vsiaml siareia
can be o bhho or hee cloth, which can be tlaked e theerwl
secure4nt oI t 5 thesick room
C u\red to tP d Pyep iu for Frulfatgum
(c) _
(Ca)tlabl" e rO ith nulphar or pyrethrum (hlaet powder) to ieior
s tl d munnWineis as early as possible after the fowth day CCf o V'.
Sipnr 11e14Putoot Is the sest way, and it sed i proper u y
i not Ia I olor. Three pounds ia a avSer e a a t .
et tit fi ag t Be dimI; moe accurately two poound of satpbr 1t
cubic feet Sof tISNe o etlmatd by sanitary authorities; and Mone I a4
t pw ato M sablo feet will sau ce to stapiy.t e o
ns ito Wi will t the floor aso should bolleoted 1 baret.
hours' altSa pi lphr is jotte amstlIa '.rd r agr mea.
funm of sU01l will m _t M remain lolg aad4 hoehold AatoI a .UII. aUd
about the ro omwill a -lah thetr
T- h teua 't lodd be done In the morale, so that he rel w
free of oerb ihtaS t should be done preferably is dry weatheW, aN
ever the tendon of the patient wll .penlt, a mn sdmgti lso a me
occupied yI te Ptlett 05oaM be rst purified r f oeqUmoes a No IN
th re motion l0 the patjet, who is to be carefuny transfetred tOh d
footed oomR esC y I oeasible after the fourth day.
The work ot dislafltlo3 and mosquito destruction, as well as aerem l
is now conducted by t~H Health Authro!tles, immediately after aotiIcalo ay
the attod41S5n I= But in isolated localities er when e4 y in obtab.
ng saaltary brief t usaavoidable, the physician and nurse mset direct the
members t th ag1soid In applying the preernhed reaiautos.
Additional pneauloas In sulphur fumigation. rece..nended by the Health
Authoritle s a harge o o -ajltat;- in New Orleans during the prese
Reamov a&l or"Uair eM metal. such as brass, copper, silver and g
from the am that I to be ftuiated. All objects of a moltaloe mM-
whth & MAt I d, am. be protected by covering the objeslt a
wit paperr with a eating of vaseline applied with a bra1,1
O frO the som to be fumigated all fabric material Its a
'oIs Oa aJ3 drawers and doors of furniture and igqeta,
g rm brol closed and aade as tight as possible by t a
openings in .eblma toor, a, keyholes and cracks ar wn ad
C'revlce 0 deoed by pasting strips of paper (old ,W ) -m
them with a paste 1 m of aor.
The A hurt ho. 4e placed in an iron pot, flat skillet ad
this plaoad an brItelO tab or other conuenient water recpBM a a owg
an inch t eWa tho B4ttom. This Is a precaution which mM t ta i to
guard ag ai aeIdls the Salphur is liable to boil over a-d aon 0
the bow&
th Aulpi la JrSdfy iganited by sprinkling alcohol over at | M riLa
The ts ahest be kept closed for two hours, aad eii
mad well
(-1- .55.... eMble contents of the room, .tis .a' a
the rogA by the width *d this total by the height, sadi t* o s
f tsuiphla' e A to ISgat.e the room divide the cu bi e
ad the ugIet wB0 the amoant of seulphr required a _
T gab r l a seem 15 fest long, 10 feet wide sa4 l Uigh wo
wed ttl eX1ig.y 0gasls 1IW en i feet D lde th s ye
wI ke theoIagetod f lphar iued. tiz: pounds

The ummal dellverel I any

p of th eity at






As Expense of Caring for The
Sick is Heavy and Funds
Are Diminishing.

ILn now. eays am angerous
More money is now badly needed
|m nk U^ A f Mmkl^ m for the relief fund, which is being used
M) Work that is being done among the
AQANTS NEW YORK LFE INSURANCE CO. poorer class in furnishing medicines,
7 SOUT PALAFOX STREET. PHONE 700- food ana nurses requires a large
S. m amount of money. These families
_PW6 OLAIA, PLA. would suffer greatly were it not for
the assistance being rendered them.
__The contributions up to the present
date are as follows:
OOTRO O WO MIA I The Donations.
B A OF W R NOTHER MIAMI o, Hattesbu...... 5.0
FIMrstL Naonal Bank..........$S500.00
TAL OF HORROR W. S. Keyser Co............. 200.
American National Bank ......200.00
Fr. J. Schreyer .............. 60.00
HNIGHT WATCHMAN ON CHISEL Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.
SDREDGE FOUND WITH HIS Escambia ealty Co .......... 000
Lee Daniel ..................35.O0
Hannah Bros................ 10.0
SPeople's Bank................ 100.00
[I LUIO The Miami News of Wednesday Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
says: As though a strange tatality Leslie E. Brooks.............. 10.00
hovered over the Ros chisel dredge, J. M. Coe................... 1.00
at work in the harbor, it became yes- Pensacola Investment Co.... 100.00
mIt St *Wi terday the source of anothe- tale of Hi. F. Gonzale ................ 25.90
Shrrorr. Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
uWithi the past few weeks one i* Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
the cres fell overboard and drowned. German-American Lumber Co.. 50,00
T N .A week by the breaking of a cabl. Saunders Mill Co........... 25.00
a machinist lost his life in a twinki- J. R. Saundere............... 0.0&
ing. Yesterday morning shortly after Pensacola, St. Andrew. A
midnight Night-watchman Peter Gulf Steamship Co.......... M o
The Board at Public Works met in Welsh was found lying uon the deckr K leman ................. 10.00
a4iourned session yeatrlay morning, of the dredge with his throat Lut P. Shooter o............ 5.00
i or Bliss and Mr. Zelius being in from ear to ear. P. Shooter C.............. 250.00
ttdance. Just how his death was brought Jo Fo Wrren................ 5.00
'The meeting was for the purpose of about is not at. this time positively A. L. Rch. ................ 5.00
~scttag some one to 211 the ofce )f I known. Shortly after midnight Stew- Jno. B. Jones................ 5.00
streets superintendent, which had been ard James Colin was around from T. H. nnon & Co........... 15.00
declared vacant. Appllcatmos tor the his sleep by a noise and he called up Wm. Johnson & Son ........ 5.00
poiott were read from J. A. Daw, Captain Robert Gallup who at onceClutter Music House.......... 10.00
J. L. LJm A. D. Alfred and H. Paul- made an investigation. He and Mr. Meyer Shoe Store.......... 1.00
uS. Colins found the body near the en- Standard Clothing Co....... 10.00
Mr. Zelas stated that inasmuch as gine with his throat cut, and he wa Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00
the street work was directed princi- quite dead. A long butcher's knife Maxwell & Reeves ..........20.00
aly by the mayor, that he would covered with blood was found nearby. S. Pasco, Jr .. ........... .00
smgwt a one for the position, leav- Welsh was a new employee on the P. Campbell .. ..5.0.
at the mayor to name 't.h person. dredge and had been at york only H. H. Boyer ...... ........ ..
The mayor named J. E. Long, and'three nights. The newa of tie trag- Kress & Co ............... .10.00
he was elected. edy was brought to the city yesterday D. Hale Wilson ........... 25.00
The saary of J. A. Daw was in- morning. A. M. Avery ............... 25.00
creased from $2.00 to 12.F~ per !lay. The authorities were notUfid at an Gordon & Brown.............. 15.00
Complaint had been made that the early hour this morning and Judge Thos. Pebley .............. 5.00
Wesbach gasoline lights of the Pen- Hill empaneled the following jury: Forbes Furniture Co.......... 400
aeola Gas Co., were not driving satis- W. W. Prout, foreman; W. N. John- N. G. Forcheimer ........... 10.00
aory service, and a cw~munwcation ston. E. T. King, R. E. Hall, J. W. H. G. DeSilva & Co........... 25.00
was read from the company. The Erickson and R. C. MtO'rff W. A. D'Alemberte........... 10.09
bard however, decided t-at the trou- The jury went to the scene of the Jas. McHugh .............2... n.
ble was that not a sumclent quantity tragedy and viewed the remains Sol Cahn & Co.............. 25.00
9 oil was placed in them. which were then brought to the city, B. Gerson.................. 150
The board notified the Electric when the jury returned, and wero'J. Kryger .."..... .. .. 17 90
Lght Company that herestter when taken to the undertaking Darlors of Green & Watson ............ 10.00
the arc lights were deectivT tha. H M. King. J. C. VanPelt ................. 540
they must be repaired within one The Jury returned a verdict which The Pensacola Journal........ 15.09
boar after notification, or else deduc- was in subtance that death was C. B. Parkhih ............. 10 00 '
tons would be made from the bill. caused from a self-inflicted wound Naval Stores Export Co... .. 2&0.00
while the victim was suffering from W. B. Wright Co............ 0.00
sl it a burn? Use Dr. Thomas' delirium tremens. N. Apostle...... ..... ...... $5.00
,electrie Oil. A cot? Use Dr. McDavid-Hyer Co............. 2.60
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. At your drug- THE SLOW PACED LORIS. R. G. Bushnell ................ 20.00
ets. a A. A. Fisher.................. 50.00 1
i rht Atiml b ek, *s.w- *,ow H Baars & Co.............. 100.00
NICE FRESH BOILED SHRIMP mamma l ft a t-see. Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
TODAY, 208 A QUART. JOE ROTH,I Bdentists say that the slowest mov- Jhn Separntd ................ 25.00
PHONE 154. l mammal in existence is the slow A. DILustro .. .... ..... .. 2 00,
paced loris, an animal more or less Alex Zellus .............. ..... 10.00
Jeo1h teetle Very III. I eioely allied to the monkeys. Its teehb D. Levy ..................... 1.00
Joseph. the little son of William aial name is ~nvctletbus tarigradus," E. J. Dunham ................ .00
Steele. Is still very ill at the home of te lt pt of Gulf Machine Co............ 25.00 1
his bter. He was agaitaken t n with te l rt of whte an H. Smith & Son............ 1.00
back vomit yesterday afternoon, and lated "lazy footed" One at them when Bar Pilots. ...... ........ 100.00
the last reports received from his bed timed took exactly thirty-two minutes W. B. Lamar................ 100.00
side last night were to the effect that and three seconds in moving across a Scarritt Moreno .............. 600
he was very low. s e W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.0
I pace of tour feet toward a roach that Marine Grocery Co............. s.no
.it was endeavoring to capture. The i Muller.................. 5 .90 '
animal belonged to an Asiatic genus F. O. Howe & Co............ 21.00 t
LEToN I C that extends from Java and Sumatra J. C. Porter................. 10.00o
I LClJR E an4 Borneo and quite possibly some of J. A. Chaffin ................. 25.00 i
9the Philippine Islands, through parts of H. H. Thornton............... 10.j,
S Hilndustan. When its progress was J. B. Roberts .................. 10.00
timed it advanced "within ten or J. P. Williams Co............ 100.04
GET THE BOOK twelve inches of its quarry, rested up- T. A. Jennings.............1.. 10o.0
Gee. W. Wright............. 50.00 a
OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. on its hands, drew its hind feet grad- Cas..... g........**... 5.00
ally forward itil almost under its Quina & Guttmnan ............10.
treast. very slowly and cautious Frank Reilly ................. 5.00o
Pd s Co~lf I raised itself upright into a standing s. A. Friedman................ 10.
position, balancing awkwardly with DI DDannheisser ........... 5.0
Classical School. pli arms. and then threw itself H. O Auson................. 10001
S Scho lily-not pon the nct. which was Marton Quna ............ 25.00
PrI-ratif School tr off like an arrow from a Tartar's bo., W. J. & B13. Forbes........... 100.00
but upon the spot the roach had occu- N. Goldring ................. 15.00
dU (.aJot. pled half a second before." Casrh .. .. ... ............. 5.00'

Miools i the oUnithve Pro. Walter in function of the chameleon. Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 2500
Mi r, TumO. UiMversty. ad in runcion tho of the chameleon. Southern Bell Telephone Co.. B5.B0
The Sixth Annual Session will be- TI animal r eps T ry lowly toward J. S. McGaughey.............. 5.00
gta Octeber 2. 1905. Its prey. taking a secure hold of a sup. Armour Packing Co.......... 26.00 i
The Pensaaola Classical School fur- porting limb or branch with one hand Dubuisson Bros .............. 0.00
nishes the elements of a sound ed or with onae foot. bringing forward an- Star Laundry ................ 15 00
cation, other. just as dos the chameleon. The L S. Brown & Co............ ~o'.0
It offers every advantage for prepa- round, protruding eves and the slow. Jdge H. Bellinger............ 15.00 (
ration for the best colleges, univers- meanleal movements remind one of arks & Gale ............. 60 C
ties and sciemifc schools in the coun- sif, .... .. ._.... Co., ................. 2 00

Its instructors are thoroughly equip-
ped teachers in the departments of
work In which they Instruct.
The pupil. received are limited to
such a number as will insure a care-
ful supervision of the work of each.
The individual is the unit of instruc-
Student Labatories for students of
A large, wellequipped gymnasium
and a systematic course in physical
culture Insures a healthy growth of
the body to accompany ard strengthen
the mental development.
Why send your sA or daughter'
away to college before properly pre-
pared for college work. when every'
advantage for learning and more per-
sonal attention are offered here at
For catalogue or further taformauton
N. april tri %Peasea'

u mzru, wn me sec Lms i nat- Di Miss Fannie Hena'rson ........ 2.50
Its of both are identical except that McKenzie Oerting & Co., .... 10 00
the chameeon hunts by day and the Dunwody-Aikea Co ............ 25.00
loris by eight. The latter even poa- J. S. Roberts ............... .03
esses a second auxiliary tongue, which Citizens National Banb ...... 10o 00
ma have nO other purpose than to aid L- & N. R R. Co ........... 100 00
the creature in catching fes. Just as F. W. Marsh ........ ....... 15 00
the development t ofuch a member as. R. M. Car ................* 10 0
lists the Inaset eateking ~a J Ed. O'Brien ................. 10
Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00
A very c far tortmation, comssting Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100 00
of an arranwgm t of the blood vessels Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
called by recet phygologit "the John C. Avery.. ............. 25.00
wondertfl network" (reten irabile), be- p. Martinez .. .. .. 2 00
longs to all species of slow lors. The J. W. Maloy ...... .. ... .00
limbs. instead of being supplied with Welles-Kahn Co .... ....... .00
arteries and Wtft r s. are frished Rhodes-Futch-Collins Co.. .... 1.00
with two =riS et blood vaeis lying A Moog. ..................... 19 0
closely parallel to each other. One ; Scthern Cotton Of Co........ 1
eries is of hairlike tenuity and the F Brawner...............
t R. P. Reese...................... 6.0
other somewhat Jahr. joined to the D. H. Klusmeler......... .. .0.
Mt by srt, t lar proetions. his i Lion Brewery .............. ..2
te gits geat mcaular power in ex- L. Bear Co. ................. 60 0
ecutig very diberate. Iradual. al- Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
most Impereeptible, motion continue Co. ......................... 8 oa
tora kqS~ ttI. LFledman & Co.'.... .. .... 18J




I. oent. Tse Good. no Good.
A eible W keL or Gripe. me. lie. Me. Newv
l In blk. The eutlgne tablet stamps C O O.
seera d to sure or your money back.
Sarla( Reamdy Co., Chicao or N.Y. M

Sullivan & Sullivan ........ 10.00
Dr. E. C. Bennet ............ 5 00
McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00
J. C. Pebley.. ............... 10.00
F. M. Williams .............. 10.00
Wicke & Co.. .................10.00
Phil Pearl.... ............ 4.10
F. W. Cook Brewing Co, .... 50 00
Senator 8. R. Mallory .. .. ..50 00
L. Wiselogel .............. 6 09
P. R. Meade .. ............. 10.00
P.Tornoe ........ ............ 5.00
Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co .... 100.00
Clyde Wilson .. .......... 5 00
E. D. Beggs .. .. .... .... 5 00
G. L. Williams .. ........ 1 00
H. L. Berry ..........10 00
Cash ........ .. ........ 100 00
Ceo. Lewis, Tallahassee .. .. 100 00
W. B. Sheppard ........ 25 00
C. Z. Merritt, .......... 6 00
M. 8. Pond. ........... 5 00
White Employees at Millview 50 00
Joe Roth e.... .... .. .. 500
Citizens of Warrington........ 54.00
I. and S. Bing, Cincinnati ...... 20.00
Colored List.

ig Zion Sunday scnoc'....
M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) ....
Jos. H. James, .............
W. H. Harvey ...............
Moses Lyman...............
Richard Morris ..............
Cash ..........................
L. F. And-rson ..............
Marion Blue .................
Preston Gordon .............
Aaron Johnson ...............
St. Paul church ............ ..
Washington Clark ...........
Whitfield Dupont ............
Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
Baptist Church, ..............
Thos McMillan............
A Colored Citizen ...........
Ninth ,Avenue Baptist Church
Aaron S. Johnson........
Mt. Zion Baptist Church ......

5 00

2 00
5 0
2 00
1 00

Too late to cure a cold after con-
sumption has LetMaed its deadly grip
on the lungs. Take Dr. Wood's Nor-
way Pine Syrup while yet there is

Many old boues throughout England
have long been Samou for the quaint
sad Ihumoro ,lberlptlos painted or
carved on oe -dther extaeror walls.
On the portico cItkrie Hall, the oat
f thl WarbuA fami there is in-
icrtbed this welcqqm:
his ate is f e-te atl me good and
4beIk welcome thou, If worthy to pan
through .
..nd at L xeley nHie Srrey, there
Ss a atin inscription over the doorway
to this effect, 'I am shut to an enemy,
but am always open to a friend."
Above the door of a house at Salving.
boo, Sussex. Un which SeldMen was born,
there Is a Latin couplet much to the
lame import, and Montacute House,
lomeret, has thee.-two lines carved:
Through this wide easing ate
Man& me too earlv- none rturn tnn Itm



-I te. -ftm6 wtth N fo~brW thilz rtrr.
a^ n at'*W tekLnwn
t Bdi"Mpper and as she and of six
t 7 o sl mIe m "all. Comoarew
I we 4go 4nder for=ae. I MI eniely cred and
ik Ue newman." George Krlder, Naelpolo, Q

Th9B owwU
Thw wowels


A Seima special to the Birmingham *
Age-Herald of yesterday co,' tkined, ;
the following relative to a horrible
accident on tne Pensaco'a and Selima
branch of the L. & N: i
IInfqrmation reached the city atf ;
a late hour last night of a horrible
accident that happened about 200
yards this side of Repton on :he
Pensacola branch of the L. & N,
railroad yesterday afternoon. The
victim of the accident was a little
white child, about 8 years old, witose
head was decapitated from her body
by the northbound L. & N. train en
route to Selma.
"The train had left the station at
Repton and was not under full head-
way, when the engineer sp!od sever-
al little girls and boys in front of his
engine. One of the number, a ilttle
girl, stumbled as* she attempted to
cross the track with the others ant!: g
the wheels passed over her neck.
severing the head from the body.
The name of the little girl could not
be learned, but the body was turned
over to the father, who lives near
the scene of the deplorable accident.
Mr. Brooks, a traveling man out of
St. Louis, talking to an Are-Herald
representative this morning, had the
following to say of the affair:
'"It was a horrible sight and I
could not get it out of my mind all
aJst night. I felt a jar of the train
and as the coaches came to a stop
and began to back I looked out and
saw the headless body of a little
white girl apparently 8 or 10 years of
age, lying on the aide of the track,
while six or eight feet away vcs the
head In the middle of the track. The
-head had Aeen cut off at the neck
and except for a slight cat on tne
chin there was no mangling of the
'"The train was quickly back 1 to
Repton and the coroner found' and
carried to the scene. When the train
came back the father of the child had
appeared and was kneeling by the
lifeless body in the agony of grief.
He was evidently a carpenter and.
still held the hammer 'I his handi
with which he had been at work when
the terrible news was borne to him.
'"I did not learn the name of the
little girl, bat was informed that the
mother was dead. The children had
been playing behind a house near a
saw mill about fifteen or twenty feet
from the track. They ran from be-
hind this housee and across the track,
all of them getting across except the
unfortunate one that proved a victim
for the merciless wheels of iron.
'"After the coroner was carried to
the scene the train crew lfI one of
their number to give testimony at
the inquest and we came on to the
city.' '

some f the Ptla7ad DIOeomt.er
of Lifte I lswav.
"Life in Bulawayo during the wet
season is certainly not all pleasure,"
writes a resident of that African town.
"The rain descends as if a river, hav-


Sy, non.. e ...... Iug lost its way among the clouds, wan
Under a variety of forms w hend hurriedly trying to return to earth once
same maxiM on different houses, and more. The streets are transformed in-
t Ferray Hall. In the parish of Al- to lakes, and the damp, moist heat
mondbury, over one of the doorways makes everything inside the house uu-
ae the words, "An honest man may pleasantly moist and clammy. But,
alter," and on the reverse side facing disagreeable as the rainy season may
he spectator when leaving the prem- be, the cold that precedes it in Septem-
ses, "A cheat may be off."-London her is almost worse. Dust storms are
Itandard. frequent. Trees and shrubs become
brown and shriveled, and the wind
A etaterramenam ranemess. blows with cutting force across the
Mirages are common In many parts vei~ It is then, too, that the snakes
of the world, such phenomena being are more in evidence than at any othe-
ramiliar to travelers In the tropics as time of the year. Half torpid, stupIo
well as in the arctic regions and on with the cold, you come upon their
deserts just the same as upon the wa- coiled up in unexpected places, as once,
:ers of lakes, seas and oceans. The when entering my room, I found one
onst peculiar of the whole list of at- wound round the leg of my dressing ta-
nmspheric Illusions is that species of ble. Another evening we were dis-
mirage called the Fata morgana, which turned by a persistent tapping against
B peculiar to that portion of the Medl- the window, as if some one were try-
erranean Pea which lies off the coast ing to attract our attention. On rising
if Calabria between Italy and Sicily. to investigate we found it was a snake
Exhibitions of the Fata morgana are that, attracted by the light and warmth.
he most fantastic spectacles imagin- was endeavoring to make its way In
ible. If a city Is presented to view, through the glass.
rome of the buildings are seen stand- 'tWhlte ants are another terrible pest.
ng in their natural positions, while or rather, they would be did they not
hem adjoining may be standing at enter so literally iato every circum-
every conceivable angle or are corn. stance of eTeryday life that they end
lately Inverted. The morgana has by being taken as a matter of course.
ben known since before the time of For instance, after an ab ence of a few
Christ End has always been viewed hours you return to find half the mat-
rith awe by superstitions people ting on the owe devoured, or, your
Sboy, having incautiously left your coat
-- hanging in the sun, the lining affords a
NOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE. speedy meal to these voracious little
Si insects. In fact, you never know what
iology has Proved that Dandruff is damage may not be revealed at any
Caused by a Germ moment, and this uncertainty extends
Science is doing wonders these eveq to the garden, where your rese
lys in medicine as well as in me- trees bare to be grown in tubs half
hanics. Since Adam Jive~, the hu- filled with broken glass and perched on
an race has been troubled with bricks soaked in paraffin.
andruff, for which no hair prepar- "I found that the tarantulas and
:ion has heretofore proved a sue- scorpions were everyday evils. to be
ssful cure until Newbro's Herplcide endured with what philosophy one
as put on the market. It is a scien- could muster. A tarantula the size of
Ac preparation that kills the genn a small crab walking acres the foor
at makes dandruff or scrrf by dig- is not a pleasant object. Our house
ng into the scalp to ge, at the root boy delighted l catching them to make
the hair, where it saps the vitality then ft with the scorpions, and we
suaing itching scalp, bfll:ng hair, ad ar demonstiation of the fact,
lad "osrar *^ ad finally baldness. W!thout dan-
t f hair must grow luxuriantly. K tht oen-^ t be only a traveler's
is the only destroy r of dandruff. tal that on be- l worsted a morpto
or sale by W. A. IDAlemberte. will commit sedde ky ba ding tt taUll
1 South Palafox tt, "r s nd 100 in over it beck1 s&Mt Bgll g Staittf bbMt
amps for sample to The iHerplelde the-nek rath t s be eaten bar te
lo, Detroit Mich. epponet."


aW thee is so betw time &Ua tL prme st o tdM l

Ftting bU Bwt wfth New Frtie
throughout Th mammoth furniture store of West Imr>
ida ofers grand opportunities of home furnishing se-
dom seMi. rerything here complete from front hall to
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SIs the verdikt of al g what A H CHILD OF EIGHT 18 IN CITY HOS-
have tried owrI
mmgOW ESCAPE OF LITTLE will be placed wherever the manage.- a r LI ITAL SOWLY REGAINING
LNARINE MUMANNUS. ment of the paper and the time of its i FM Ivw Sot HEALTH.
SMews comes from N-w York .f reception and it expedi4et. I-lMa UHolital Swim Issues
SuOrw escape troa being huf 4orever, news ceaes to be news is no OSpital Serice i
w:e l9datl.t of Bve yean" old Cethba- whe a It becomes sta., do not askh It Is so deliios th "at
Soestdaughter of Cap G e to have a mter of new 'pt over expea Ciwrca For spitE y at HEART BEATS TOO FAST
Mc nasns 8. A d Mrs. Me- till Saay" nor any other lay. Just from the lips of every.
Mamsss at t. Totten. near that city. send it In with your nsn e ag'~ed to: one who arlse it. Same
ng it. stating whether youwIh the mat-a wti sw Post Of s
Carpeaters at work o. a buiing it. stating whether oyo winh the mat- way with ur unaurps w Muscle Was Wearing Itself Out-
e a lonof rubbish in the rear f ter to Appear as a communication ed cee cream s.s- rank Dozen C
teNcllMannus residence and set i;- without or with your naoz iignei, The follo g circulr has been is- Drank a Dozn CUP
sre. The little tot xthg'rne, saw and leave the rest to The Journal sued by the Public Health and Marine a Day.
'fe bright blake and at a onoment managmenat IHospiltal Service and sent broadcast
whe the nurses attention was divert- If the writers of "One of 'Em", ver the country. It is being display-
S to another child, ra and threw a "One ft Those Present" "One of their ec in all postofiles and other promi
te of paper on the i r and-an an Party." "One of -Ute Parties' Ad- Kandy Kichen Cafe sent places and will, no doubt, have Excessive coffee drinking. City Hos-
sist her dress was ablaze miring Reader," -Gentle Annie" i C an excellent effect: ital physicians sa., is the cause of
Owe of the workmen heard bhr Bouncing Billie," One of the Camp No Mosquitooe--No Yellow Fever. liille Johnnie Murphy's heart disease.
ess and, before any of tbe other Boys;, "H'rth hill." One of Your 140 S. iaPafltoz. Pho 9 99 Treasury Department, Although only 8 years old, he has one
oartd onlookers had recenvq-ed their Friends," and "Other Pebble had ..Bureau of of the worst cases of henrt lesion that
of mind he sprang to are signed their names their comrmuni- Public Health an' Marine has ever com teo te institution
y'~a id, and rolled her over and cations would have been welcomed. -. r . -Hospital Service. When he entered the hospital the
4 ~ in the s ed until th' ire was But-who knos whether the tings Note.-The measures herein men- child's heart was beating 160 to their
Lt n Aa4. though the childr clots they write about are true? For. if an egg for fry it, and T Iig't toned were recommended by the Army minute. Jst twice the normal rate for
Sher b theyarefact sendthemannony-them boiled. I tried to cut bread as medical board of 1900, and have been a child of his age. For one mnnth he
a entirely barned from her b', ar a s t I have see you do It, but cut my an- endorsed by the American Public i a had no coffee and his heart action
W was not seriously inL'd. mouslyIthe
bees thusiastoc gratitude of the However, it is not too lae for some ger instead. I cannot and the pepper Health Association and by the First has been reduced to 100 beats a min-
or L to the man whose courage- Of the hemts to be published in Thel and salt, and you must have hidd4els Jnternational Sanitary Convention of ;re.
-rsd prompt action s'ed their Sunday Journal if the re. i names of tAe carving knife someahere. American Republics. They have also, For two years the child has bee.a
m .s WIe bas taken a tsubsta..tial the wrter. are received, either hby I looked everywhere tr the can- been justified by the experiences and o'rinking from -nine to twelve cups of
smsanthe s reciation .al t ak.l tsleph o.el "Se6 or otlerwse b- opener and finally ped *le natchet. observations of the twowo-king par- strong coffee every day. He began to
ws of he a dppre an 1 a ,, Co. tore' Sta ...evn. in. As I can't Ind these thing, I suppon ties of the Yellow Fever Institute of complain of pains as if needles were!
mu s o.f her grand parent, CuL fore Satura event you have loaned thi to oar kind this Beureau in Verr Cruz, Mexico, sticking in his heart, and for a year
m rs. . Kser of this eiy t KEEPING HO E neighbors. and by the commission of the Pasteur has slept seircely three hours a night,
S especially .warm and they trmusi_ ._My evenings are very lonesome Institute of Paris, France, operating in and then only -when sitting propped
aO taeWnt. will prove a warning to WHEN WIFE'S AWAY. without you. Last night I had sae Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The measures up in a chair beside an open window.
torse, while the many Pensacola A Peasa-Aola busineaes mn sends The of the boys up, and we otyed petnyf have been tested' successfully on a Johnnie did not care for things to;
'S s of both families will reoice Journal a clipping which r.e received ante until the alarm clock o saon2W large scale in Havana, Cuba, and dur- cat; coffee was all the food he craved,
wmlt them th a baby Cathare was roam hs wte wao la spending the the fact that it was time to at p ing the yellow fever epidemic at Lare- and except when cake or candy was
at burm to death autum in Georgia, and which he when we did-hfom the table: I do, Texas, in 1903: given him, he took no other nourish-
--4 .-- ays, 'Aptly illustrates the home life would have served breakfast, but all The infection of yellow fever is car. ment. As he was sick and not ex-
S. SNTROUD .ARKERi of the average Penasoo.lan today. I could find was a lackige of latem rieo, by mosquitoes, and by no other I ected to recover, he was given all the
*'- AT PASS CHRISTIAN As thee are others who will doubt- Oatems breakfast stood. Some of the means Is the infection spread. coffee he desired until a physician
Many readers of The Journal wll less read it with appreclat;ve ktowi- fellows had no appetite tr Ihavini Persona take the disease by being saw him ana advised that he be sent
1nM wt sorrow that Mrs. Jomep ine edge It is printed in full for their and one of them 'ald that my breat bitten by mosquitoes that have pre- to City Htspital.
Sbtad, wife of Mr. Willnam Parter beaet, as ftolows: atst struck him as very ,lne board, viously bitten a yellow fever patient. His Heart Was Overworked.
dis at Pass Ohristl.em M iss on Sat- ..Dear Friend Wife--t is now two I thought It was a ol4 Joke. Thyb The mosquitoes to become infected every beat of the child's heart could
a1iJ Oct. 14. 1 05. days snce you left to visit your went down town fore-co f ee d r0 must bite a yellow fever patient dur- be plainlyt seen. To one inexperienc-
Mrs. Parker was the granddauhter mother, and te house is terribly up- Tonight I am otag to a malO". ing the first three days of his attack. ed in medicine, it would seem that the
t the Nte Ambroee Vaugh5a. a set. I don't want to hurry your ro- Tomorrow is Bonday rd11 have lrt- These first three days; therefore, are heart extended over two-thirds of th,
wi bora Inthis city Oct. S, 1865. tura, m lt It will be a great relief to ed several of the boys up to tak the most important time for prevent- chest region, and the pulsation is of a
-.. .- me whem you come back. lunch with me. I am going to erve fng the access of mosquitoes to a lev- heavy, prolonged character, quite dif-
MS ATTINTION IVEN I Ioa atm collar button btis morn- them salmon and beae-l4f I an to e.or patient ferent from the sharp, quick beat of
| SI-- O CO MMUNUMCATION. ing and I miss you terribly. Your the canopener. I forget to my that It is often diicult to decide during the normal heart.
T O of this depataent i eyes are quicker than mine. I forgot Willie has a bad cold, and I -am o b- the first three days whether a patient The boy Is small for his age, and
one ty ia recelt of comnnpea a- to bring tn the milk this morning be- bing his chest with turpeti6q The has yellow fever: hence the necessity efforts of physicians have been to build
agl m. thYt.ae more or less newaytore I left home, and as a result It is cold ia still there, but tI hue r Me in threatened communities of placing tip his 'strength His treatment has
w i gal b bat have no respcausI-sour. As a husband I may be a sue- all the skin off hbis #et. H.e thbka a mosquito bar imedlately around been largely tonics and heart fegulat-
M. asmeb4l ed to them, so of core, cesaa bt as husband and wife I am I am not treating him JIns rrtit, but every patient who as fever of any ing medicines, such as strophantus
Anyy po te the waste basket. a total fallare. you now he always did obeot to kind, and for three days at least. or digitalis.
ts G eamrt~ eat of The Jour-i Mrs. Joaes called this morning and medicine. If he Is aot better sons I Facts About opening. As the heart, like other muscles, can
1 ti alwa g ald to ov borrowed our meat grinder; Brown am going to make him driak the tur- 1 The netting used should have stalt only a given amount of work,
S awe ff tk is fresh aad came ovr for oar laws mower, John- pentine. We are lgttaba al ms hso .h fine enou o prevent the pas hospital Itenes estimate that the 60
le. .o as matter showed r wah boiler, Mae- nicely that you may ll an- a s e o mosquitoes (rt les t te eats minute he is now being saved
ig the m rionk gives. rowM m Doell me in for our ice' tongr. other week. After trying yotr work mehes to the inch..- by his abstinence from coffee will pro-
a w mges ia the mnelm._ -r
eati s l M t be publahed .aaes OG n wgated to know It we oald -two days I am conviaced that o 2 Its i m rtant o screen t win- long his life 10 or 12 years.
eaI ed by the informant's lead hi enough eggs for breakfast. need a rest. I am glad I ws not boa t iw mportau of r"e t i- The heart of a man who dies at 70
Ame. and the little family around h3 ccr- a wife. I am very, very loeoot doubly importat oef eenh the beds year has beaten 20 million times,
Atd, It the writer of a comimnaits ner seat over for some blueing. without you, and hsav laid aside F of fever patients. ad if the normal beat is 72, little
tioa is awaiitag to be resaposkie to What do you borrow to get even gray trousers untll o return. To Mnosutos cn t through hno Ist aJony urphy was living twice as
T -Joeli mr his or hr st ate with these people? When I iett this buttons are gone. I I lose may but- oquto ets whe any part the p f- fast any nr al person.sWhent he
ata, ewtatIS either as aer ae mmoraing the place seemed deserted, ton from the blabk os I don't went's body is in contact the nt- ree penterophed hospital, physie could ian
Sm ep tha e editor sa this depe t-Ithe only things in the kitchen being know what I shall do. ti freely proposed tat e could live
mat to assume sch a a repo notvi the cooe stove and the ice chest. I Your poo hIstwac l. 4. Prtueont 'ev tlons should be only a few weeks. Under the treat
tm thtesamn of re4ef of The hurried sway for fear ame one would O.r MOOB. umadeto see that are n tom leat and total abstinence from coffee
J, r balhins them a&dr want to Orrow them. I have opened P. S.-Are you sick? Yo rgow t to places 1ithe *etttp* that no mo e he b q impproved that his chances
ar am a set of ooks. and shall give our ask me for money in yot last letter. quito.e have iund lodgment I. for a long life are considered good if
t 4tare agrftll the neighbors dae credit when they re- side. "ithe heart lesion and degeneration al-
-mI ktid and e coaratig anote turn the property. Master Alfred, little ma of Mr. ta 5. The netting shoala' be well tuck- ready set up can be healed.
d la ettes addressed to her peran- It may not be out of place for me Mrs. Jamea Reed, is new convales- ed in to keep mosqutoes from enter- He is A son of John Murphy of 116
a~ r. when dly signed by the authors to add here that keeping houst is cent from a seige of yellow fever, to in.g South Fourteenth street. Mrs. Mur-
i ase, aad gladly avails herWsel not hard if you have good neighbors; the delight of his famil and tnends. 6. i mos.qitoes e found within phy tola' the physicians that none of
i n eamatio n thus atea., It is it it keeping thin nl the house that -*- getting they should be killed in- her other children had showed signs
Irti, Irequirees nagenuty. DEATH OF MRS. CODY Bde and not merely driven or hake;ot heart disease nor had they a mark-
S t-ll aews is not sttable fort Whea you started away I ma'e up IN LUVERNE, ALA. o. ed fondness for coffee.-St. Lous Post-
s Partuar department and whe .my mind to get my own meals and Relatives infan"aaea have receiv- 7. Ah cases of ever should be Dispatch.
S t received is accepted, it Is al- do the bosework. It was not a sue. ed a telegram anaoacing the death promptly reported to the local health Aterally thousands of people suffer
S ay with the understanding that it cess. I do not know how to get into of Mrs. F. M. 0 at her hoete la ofier. Awaiting his arrival they more or lass. from heart weakness
Laverne, Ala should be covered with mosquito bar. caused by coffee,and with some, even
.Mrs. Cody was well known In this Pacta eavr t on Moaqutto truct.~ tone cup.a day will bring on heart trou-
*- Ju r"s city. She was the mother of Mr 1. Mosquitoes lve in the vicinity "l"e. ..
The Jo s s Daily a W a urC John D. Cody a fo r resident q I which they breed. They t not f The heart. that has been only slight-
this city and promineat member of ten fly a long distaiwe. ly attacked by coffee will protest and
the local bar, and I several yeW S 2 Mosquitoes breed only in water make Its weak condition known under
Mr. Cody was a member of the Us- --usually in artificial collections of slight exertn, and it is plainly a an-
Scambia county board of eommjlmioa- fresh water. gereos condition to get into. It is a
era. 3. The young mosquito, r wriggler, eurous.fact that coffee does not al-
Many friends will be pained to lives in water at least seven to twelve ways7 attack the heart but goes after
learned of Mrs. Cody's death at will 4. Although the wrigglers live to the stomach, liver and bowels of some
SL unite in sympathy witt the bereaved water, they mast come frequently to and leaves the heart alone.
family, the surface to breathe. It is plainly classed as an active
-' 5. Coal oil on the surface of the toxic and its work shows somewhere
r r The Misses Blia and Ruth Gol( water- prevents the wrigglers from on most users. It is easy to tid ones
have entirely recovered, breathing. self of the -habit by using well-brewed
6. Destroy the 1t)veding places and .Postum Coffee. The change in symp-
Mrs. 8allie Whitmire has entirety you will destroy the mosquitoes, toms is. ahown in a day or two as a
recovered from the fever to the great 7. Empty the water from all tubs, rule, and -that change shows the user
pleasure of herself aa well as her buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once to a certainty that coffee was the des-
many friends, every fortyeight hours, troyer.
r --l-- 8. e11 or drain all ponds, d!*.hes, It is useless to warn some people.
Mrs. Addle Cook of Memphbs, Teann unfilled postpoles, and the like. even when it is easy to quit and be
\ 9 is visiting her mother Mn. R. M. 9. Change regularly every any all well again: So they peg along, sick
Rosener 804 North Alcanf. M.rs. water needed in chicken coops, ken- and miserable, charging their ails to
Cooke spent last winter hwre and was nelsa, etc. "food," "east wind," "herealty," and

so delighted with Pensacola that she 10. Treat with coal oil all standing whatndt, until some day the stroke
decided to return and Spend this win- water which cannot be screened or comes -when abused nature reaches
ter here, which will be pleava ;uewd. drained (1 ounce of oil will cover 16 the limt. It's easy to be well if one
for her numerous frteds nd Ra. square feet of surface). The oil does cares for the Joy of health. One of
quaintances. not effect the water for use if the wa- the plain, sure, well-built, and well-i
Steer is drawn from below. kept highways, with sign boards on'
Judge Charles Swaine, who is ow 11. Where oil is applied' to standing each side is the Postum route.
holding court in El Paso, Tex., ex- water it must be distributed evenly There's a reason.
pects to be in Tallahassee about Ncv. over the surface.
12. Put fine wire nettlng-over ols- COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
terns, wells, and tanks of watering Foley & Co., Chicago originated
The numerous frleds of ra, J. everyday use. Honey and Tar aC a throat and lung
I R Edwards will be glad to learn that 13. Places in which it is undesir- Hreme and Tr actroaut n te gat
Sshe is improving. able to put oil, such as watering rem and on account of the great
t ghs for stock lily ponds an so merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
troughs for stock, lily ponds, and so and Tar many imitations are offetre,
Miss Lehr, the nurse who ha be n frth. cn be kept free from wrigglers r tTh gunulne. Theas worthless I .-
so seriously ill of fever, bh ben dis- by putting in goldfish or minnows. t nuine. These worthless
charged by her physeiaaand will be 14. Clean away all weeds, grass and tBet of them. The genuine Foley's
out in a few days, to the great pleas- bushes about ditches, ponds, ana' other o f them. Tar i in a ellow pack
ure of all who know ber. possible breeding places, since these Hona and Tar is in a yellow pack-
Safpord a hiding place for the mosqul- ae. As or It and refuse any suf-
stitrte. It-is the best remedy for
Captain H. Akeclebraed his tecoughs and ctds. W. A. D'Alemberte
seventy-fifth birthds an aeraty 15. Clean up vacant lots and back rugis and ap car 't
yesterday at "The O lla" the eawati rards of all cans, tias, bottles, and rub Palarux a nd pothercar, 121 South
home of Mrs. McKee McClelfn. A, b sh.
many of his friends wore fpaset a 19 First do away with, or treat, all NICE PRE8N BOILED SHRIMP
could be under existing cdrl0a taanq s places where mosaWtoes are known f
'and the hosts of ab tiestrlu unita. to breed, and then begin to work o TOOAY, 20 A QUART. JOE ROTH,
with thelm in a thousand wias aeves where they nlht breed. PHONE 154.
for Captain Aikea's happy eeiebriatia 17. Inspect anreat with coal oL
of many home happy' heamvaist m.gu rs culverts, ditches, manholes, 0
'catching basins, elt., along the road- fever is carried by a single species of
Blue. ... side. Manhole overs 'should be mosquito (thm Stegomyla), to insure
S. ONE4IECE DRESS U OR THE MAL oMY. Blue dRibbon trai Ii and rcreeue. its destiettion it is necessary to des-
VaIlla are made fram the choieest rl Houses sh ult be cleared of tr o all mosquitoes.
OW the woolen a tterlaat s v- er, and the tasmlaig effeced from lemons and the best~ exi~q vastl mostaItoa by bralnlg 1 pound of L- In places liable to yellow fever both
Swash wes either f r that thaer. iarge buttoew make sn efee- bemns that grow a are et*olut slays. InalMduals and communities have an
g r-wmll sake ip wei ta this ti ab sace l a the little the a est that nmosr d w aO5ei et power or S pounea of sulphur to atettie method of protecting them-
saple smart aesib, which really ti- *igam t. Tb aelera is the ausal can produce eble feet of pea The mTas selves, as rndiated above. Use the
elde two pieces, te little nful taaflsed aht Woar with the fa:l- .u oes will fall to the dor and showed d ea to bar at once over all cases of
Iaave troemses ad the eppr bkosp b .eas at laid S t tei wI t Id Keep yoear sstWa I a elitb e soeated d amd bMdL fever until the danger from yellow
The blouse or dress part is made a a btea cR iar a iish. Arotad and ym aed mt lr ay 4s1.0 1. 1.Baess in mosquito destruction fever has passed. Destroy all nmos-
wt a shah collar hand and double- the ahi a aaiy back or acariet Plato the great stlmal b ee. as depe i apoin the c ration of t* quitoeas
emal tsmic m t he a taiaki ts lfa balt sa to held the little sale, w asels an d 'a 1 members of the etire community. WALTER WYMAN,
Smart d e toward the Id ahuald- ftrek i aha el e, S -. J hBle t fectiou of yelUo Surseoaea r


Boy's Clothing.

We hew lust plwacd on our counters the madt Come
plete, Snrviceable and Fasinbixe Line of Ba'
Clothing ever Amw In the city. mad at prices d
SLSO to S&OO per suit. No such goods have eva
bcen offered at the prices. We have also X X X


XVaro In lA U tchers

pDARENTS zedoce your shoe bills by buying the Arecasm
A Boy TCrhey wre made by N. BR MmeMr c Co., Icn, the
larestexc lshiave u...zf*uioas Of boys' and youths' shoe* in
tfbiUniteW'd 7b acontain all the hateres that twenty
yearie eaP rk r have provt to add to the wearing qualities
and he" mcma Ott* me At than anyuw w boys gm an the
=Whet &VerrY P6f &ncet Patent LeAther) fully guarastmd.

we J& R 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 Qulity,

W. J. & B. FORBES.

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 hou ready to use We carry everything in that
CMustard, Prex *d Mal,
IthlA T bles and Every-
thing FNeded In CsS ofl

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

Oil of Citronella and the Original




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Announce Speciale!
with Implicit s-d"W-dt in the present, and a great future for Pa-


takes great pleasure in announcing-
Their Radiness for a Large Fall and Winter Business.
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast as
goods are packed and shipped, the largest assortment of Fine Grescs
lee that it has ever beea our pleasure to handle-because we feel and
know the people of Pensacola are capable of rising superior to say ae,
lamity that arises, aad that on the wave of prosperity comes the de-
sire to Pure and Wholesome Table Foods.
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. .. BARGA IS BAY SHORE Ls ForoSale. .,,
-ErCOTi le TallaAGEfec M ay 6.1905.

Timber dsI REAL E OTTAOE Weekly, Payments T ..
6 ,--sio-(n roFOR -d Nr._
................ FOR ,ENT of $1.00 Only. d O1 "
To those persons who desire to make houses, renting.rms an& iins Mr."oi No inteo A GGoRR ....1a Lv Atlantaa0.
per mouth...by's new place at Fisherville. Desir NoTaxes! Nolnterest: LvMacon(C.ofG.R) 3:45am 11:35a. .
l- -xr.- I-- I.w-.. l....--jp 1jJe able home for both winter and sum- Lv Cuthbert........... 7:50a.m 4:05p.m ........
i lar tra O tm fr lan 4 room houe west Raa00 m.. .............. . 0 O. Thos. Pv Arlinton.. ..........9:bleay, 5:5p ........
if- -. -- T I i .. ..... Lv Balnbridge.. .. .. ....11:0a.m 6:55p.m 6:20a.m
iad the opy. T price of lum- For Rent. DO YOU Offce Cor. Romana ani PalIfox t. Ar Tallanassee........... 1255p.m 8:40pm s:0Sam
r i ntfnualy a ancng and money 7 room hoent to ron.... a ret or i Phone 559. Lv T llahassee (S. A. L Ry) 1:5pm 4:a.m
1.erty, borrow or lend money. If s ov Tallahasse.. ... .... 2:O0pm S:Aa.m 8'vam
w n imb m a 6 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.c90 calonn or writ us at 200 and 201RTY .....: m m
itune |a*er on. 6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00 Lanark.. .. ...... .: :5p.m 10:45a.m 10:05a.m
Od O Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. .... 4:00p.m ........ 10:15a.m
Ui .L st your real estate with me for CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL. Ar Apalachlcola......... 7:OOp.m ........
..sale. Tor a oehere wll be a meeting of this
O itecsted, t or cal on sfor L.S. BROWN& Co bTh er w No
d ..r inf .~r a time. Rents collected' and prompt returns days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All No 2 No. 3 only
ktal, mlglnjtn*~ made. *WF SEI LIOT, delegates are requested to be press .. .., No
ad' .-.-.."WE SELL L..OTv ent. Z. W. ROBERTS. Lv Apalachicola.. .. .. .... :30.m ........ ........
W. TI DELAY, Pretdent. Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. .. ..11:30.m 2:00p.m 600p m
SS. I LIE E. BROOKS FOR SALE Secretary. Lv Lanark............ ll:4Lm 2: 20p.m *64pm
i n c-a Investm en C., 2% S. D FOSt FALE LvSophoppy.......... ll:p.m S:14p.m 72:1p.m
Pensacl a I vestm ent .. S. Fisher ,, ol. AL--Iarge quantity of old Pm co Lodge No. 3. K. of ., Ar Talla! hassee.. .. .. :0p.m OOp.m 8 35pm
newspapers on hand for sale. All meets every Monday evening at 7:30 Lv Jack'vlle,(. A. L. Ry.).. :05am :p. ........
W. w. 1 MouL t. Lm tarry. For SVI. clean, and whole. Only Sc a hundred. o'clock at thr Castle Hall, Blount Ar 'allahasseeS.A..RY.). .:10pm 10:p. ....
1 --IiMi l-. ir. VmW -II lm i __ ------- Apply this office. Watson billdag. corner Palatox and Lv Tallahasbee.......... 3:25p.m :35a.m 8:45p.m
N FOR SALE.-Let the Southern Mat- Garden street Vsiting brethren cor Lv Bainbridge.. ...... 5:25p.m 8:27a.m Ar 10:25pm
_-r' E "-" i tress Co., make that old bed new .,ALL FOR .00-10 lbs. Granulated. 4A y welcome-t Ar Arlngt *5m 116
2 6 l rlU St.. Pe l....... srww They guarantee all work. Pries" lowA. O ..00 J10 bs. G- J. H. BREWTON, C. C. Ar Arlington. f .. l. r . . :m 11.55a.m ........
Delivery free and prompt. Leave or- Sugar, % pound Our Own 60 cts. I HORSLEIa K. & R I Lv CuthbertC. of GaRY.) .. 1:43pm 11:55a.m
dens at Green & Watson's or phone Blendid Tes, 1 pound Aldernay Bak- Lv Macon, (C. of Ga Ry).. 4:15m 4:Sp.m
.. .......--.~.2~9 13. la Ing Powder, this powder is equal to athbo, ,dg Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. :36a.m 7:55p.m ........
Royal that oosts you 50 cents per K. of P mtewd r NOTICE::-rrains Mo. 9 and S will depart from, and arr
__________________ WTTANrB FOR SALE-Dr. Bouker's oSfice out_ pound. New Orleans Grocery Co. Thursday evening at 8: N of Shotwell Street, 3alnbridg .
~.,--, . .4 .g. t WA. WA i 1 2^ W e' mmi mn fit, house-hold goods, piano, cow oct o'clock i their Cnta: Tickets for Train 5 leaving BDubrdge Sundays at 6:20 a.
So e a "0. Ors and sachiistI.- openr- .a an and Call at house 31 N. Sprtag FOR SALa.-bSlhiles and Wood fo.. ha third floor, BIout. en aale at 'he efe of tre Callahan Grocery Company.
S a aye namill for some on who hs St. between 2 and 5 p. m., or at Dffce sale. Apply to _C. L. Creighton' atson build, south. Train N will step m at Lanark for breakfast.
in aeo 4 mua y mA.s e iwb ls N MIw dmber. ome give hfirst-cl ass between 9 a. m. 12 p. m. Mrs. H. H. Mill, Juat west of Muscogee wharf. 4 wet corner Palaktadn W. M. LEOa, R. C. NIPa, A 0. AL
-t"ag-. Geo. A. wo1 and tibr. Can Oe Sl Boulter. l lw .. ......, G hIO Valate at neri Manr. Tv. P. A Gn' P
st d eta desT. O. Ba 534. retesuee. A4ress P. 0. Box 319, *u OR SALIFSooth haf block 211, cordially welcomed. Tallahmse, la.
Pe PNmameola, a. 17octlw" FOR ALW--Completely turnlabed ftrlingI 4006 t on Ith Mreet, by I B. ClRUTI, 0. _
o n WANTWD-Men to loerw barber bouse, corner Gadaden St and 7th 1M% 0et on BDa View Park; also C. J. Lvy,. K. of B. & L
AtMD.-Om_ k t u. o Te WANT ---, to ,e_ b avenue. Beautiful home. Must be 8o0th half of bl eek fronting 400 1 l rfII
g Jeermajal t so.l. It tras at sold at once-a bargain. MaroClut-. feet on 14th Bt., by 1371 feet onBay Knights at Columbue. a U*
egaS l Pa pse AW _._ A_ p,,s n ..r-a.LMUit e x- ter. i7octlw. View Park. Thexniy property adjoin Meeting a of the
ol m pu y will Eo r a a- yea ot apprenUehip. LiUtle ex. Ing Bay View Park that is now for Knigats of Columbus BIDS WANTED.
S T oral o y t pe e, Tools given, board provided. JUST R V Lre shipment of sale. T- beaul view down the ar hld at their ha Bids for building a teel Bridge
* te ea w illbe ladly paid atCfue M&ldfre Mol~ DarbO imported Olive 0l. Retail by pint, bayou and down he. bay can never be No. 8 West Intenlde across the Perdldo River by ascambia
lonet College, New Orsass La. L oct1w' gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. SOjly n cel stret, on gay county, e Florida, and Baldwin oty
WANTED.-ea boyswaa__t& . Co., ship chandlers MWnd grocers, 701 FOR SAeAn-Coinc gtegomyla" poat TM dok e t Alabama, near Moscogee, Fod, w
.r* $a day, after two w*oth in- South Pal"oxn. c tal cards for tale at White's Rea- I vitation Is eten be received untl Janry lt, 1X
-tteoAa.am-- --'ner me. stracton,. position muteed. Coyno CUCKMB WHDA T preset ~,s taurant, two for five cents. Outside to vttig Knights. and will be opened by the Board of
sgglwm -m tpr tor kI MS l- BrOa. Co. Ptamblag Bebools, New York, Makes fowls speelay wt Savered orders will not be filled' unless cash JOHN s JONES County CohmmisRioJer of BEsa.bany
o M.KatE- wwi Cl- in nati, 0. St. I l, Mo. (Fre w e 1 % o, P be tod and postage acctpanes order. O. Deo. eOX,, Grand Ktha. costy, Florida and Baldwin county,
S r.a ) at att.t Ad- catalogue.) octly Melln & Co.. Phos 34. Is" der quick. Ieept. Recorder. Alabama, at Pensaola. Florida, o n
4fB A. J. Hmr, ear JowrsL al January 10th, 1906. Bldders mut via.
.M WA ,A*.^ 4a.telllgent person ii FOR SALE.-I am Flors State Age Penacois dge o. 4, 1 O. 0, P It site make all measurements, tak
eara $10 t$18 w^persk on aswt tor Fire and Buralar Proof Sates ad tg g Pensacpgl Lodge Na 4. I. 0. O. p.. soundingsad subitblue pS wSit
.. watt be p. t remember tt time corresponding for newspa Vlt of l dcrt etsevery Thuway vealag at 7: i bid.
ersee s sdanufcturedby Alpine Sal.eanta t the nwaitlt s Weo Pcto et es
weamb..katOuroanEast no Can V g.,9v5d-for partic-lul Lock Company of CtusatiMOhio.,=0LAND-On ra street. Vla itri br thren b at Pesala ordd the oceo
Sand p0M0o8 cbeaper tha any N. Y. Communicate with Bme for pricessand tSi* 5t,00 *g00^d oat Ivited. G. .STINSON. A. M. McMIllan, Clerk of the Circuit
SrAtm n PsM*auolaa. We eana terms before buying elsewhere. ear at wst MS Leslie R Broota, B. WITKOVSIC. eatay. court. The right is reserved to re-
'~. ~ .~. "i Moreno, Pensacola, Fie. ..."
wr eay. Gem. W. Prp M4 * ATB,---y Chicago Manufactu t Muore ,no Pens0o -- RBI-KAK ITERS1 ject any. or all bids. Bids to be ad-
Slag tHolou. person of trutworthynes5 rL s va lue yM o Naoa Lodge No. 16, RItekdah dressed to A. M. McMUll Clerk
SsowhtalIawth local territory Do yon value your health? If S terms eets every Monday night a Board County Commissioners, Pas
Sas astatatlaI branch'oaee. Salary use our pure Blead of Cotee Dew..y* .S .S.ofC o'lSe* I 1. 0 .? 1lL VI cola, Florida, apd should t .0arked.
a" gaslssa weiny. Per e.at position and "Schly. New Orleas e wt. a 8r W' toting ststers cordially invited to ** "Proposals for Steel Bridg." t4ept
as& _M_. .P._- a s No lavestment qured. P previous e* Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug l" uldind present. MR& S. )DeTHAYiJR.
Reaidu pbone 240. ae .c et iso v 4 o 1' 2 MISS MAMIE FRMBMAN. Secretary. ADMINISTRATO NOT T UQI
. .... ......r .^ 4. : AEti, B." .S Wlaii9 4 We have been with you ia Pusaco. 1,iNj -A j L, A 4 e- a & -eo 8mEstate of Jamea tIton. deed,. E1
9 I ft b ay or"a ythn T sBlock, Chicago. 3oct3w a si nce 1874. and still latend to stay eoNWI tS ay amoauL & M. x. B. A. No. 81 meets frm sac Notice Is hereby given that on the IA
A e tI I with you and serve you with the be & third Wednesday eveni at 0 p. 21st day of Dembr 105, ap L E. T.
s Ts. e ee -ANTED-Parties in need of carpe- of groceries at lowest sa : # 4io, o. a ma., Raford Hall Nor 10 West Int ply to the Hosorable Probate Jdg V ledm
drteasp. ". s ig p 6 -'No. 7 M6 ket prices. Nbw Orlean Grocery ,b T .LANO on k dencia Street. A of Escambia county, Foorida ,for a U NAMNVILLE o OwK
WA shaE e seakemse i4aent.ro mo 1. old Araory building. 3 AiLB-At a &ere acrrl ai^ tngt mt'reau. W. Balrhd. tire J tion ofl" aIp tMWairs eau as 2Sm
,g0. V 11%n I M. 27spt2m*. str stock and accents, 0C Sg & B6uth P1t4 w St, PhoWMRS. MIeD )1144R W.nS u M I
I wAirD- ynir wso I-VI3 0 4" I.iatedla g Moay tLive Oak amp Non. 1, W. 0. W,, Dated June 6th, 190. JUleoom6m

-CT.-^O mbuc ,o t.. tat &'. 0."' r, ".d" 5?\&a sMei's Pa w Shwsw O Gr. o v e ....i.No.. SHORT.LI
'W ... boto' know that eare good t emos..-ersor.book-.WANTK.--,o. dandCars, O0Sma InthneAch ..otnt d....s

-- a io-e. Coe R.nen. of keeers, tartp e .. p ns orka between 7th and h tret soal Woodmen atrsle meets last Thursdar -.
bet easMew O r leans oo Coa-otio R Nnt has favored timm a*Sttew atd so 402 & PALAFOX *T. of each b eth at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor .o.. C-iv---dter w-- -- edh
JaUa ,0.o305 P00 M d ol e lately.*tom se" e I ooytJ cannot be dplcated. A. V. ClabLa. t he% TCheC. A04a M D toA Obul g A. thwest r et s oCLabTERSELY TOmLD 0 TH
TL lob le, *A 1Oeptl Wtcbe. ai ina ad n Pa,,,,m,, b*lafox and Garden streets vish. estimates on bjiilfmjl .W MI
WANTo -Te M ata Titioe e W more caTO WATER--Cures Costlpation, f a eoBata, rty at l-owt e of sovereigns cordially inved. Mrs. W and ive personal LtteCto to ork.
Swot be pube to know t; ver and Stomach troubles. For ter Ba Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen 932 Strong 4 t Ra
wA aiM pineeral Roa T e B. R P oLUTO WATRo will cure MConet. i wholesale and reen 7thail by Me- dme le meets last Thstree
Js& P s. Sl ues Mi"lt, Ala.. annot be duplcated. A. V. lubb TO WAN ON building, Chenicago, Omaha. St. Louis
We wat e y o aow that we James McHugh. octl2. FOR SALE-- and all kindsala and Garden stree and retail ship chad.'ers a d grower
are wTTWor Cad otall iocersw i .a old Berkshire herd s Cosa Dke at SSgUaM IllOcu tlowestIat. the ondly i rvet-clna aclea of the kid. I UWan D
010tA ** the old tnad New Oreau .. Florida, No. 8,92. Also so re le r LOST-Black and white As.etter paup. C r --k- in Pensacola. tro air gw to 8L Unon P.
Ocewy Co, Jam. MeE l, Pp. LUO AER will cu young pig. 1 six-month-old boar., aa answering to naame of "Jack." Re- retiTh by ; Mrs .MDr Tr ---
aeg3v registered and transferred. Carl Set- ward tor return toL.Jaooby's store. PATTWILLO CA PB5L. Why use lulror paper, when yes and connections, wththrou
S Call at The JC oCe anad get terlOnd. Chipley. la. 1ly 7octlw. c o O tIw can buy Kelso Bond, Lecih Dalty, cars.
sA Pr eNp AM wase y7Ta old newspapers at 5e a hundred. Clean .rul..uh.c.. ...i. ,,' Kara Linen, or Cra's Bod at 0. V. CiyOne-wIs o ates o
ad bulieag. Bei1 and whole Goo or wrapping paper FOR SAE---Be ul b In lNew Roo 40S Thieson Bulldlng Thompson's. 30 8. PalaftKs Seem 1nt to Oco
*- or to put under matting. City. Tact No. 3..... r_ Cc 0. YELLOW FEVER NURSE*. To Callfornfa, OreNon, o
r sale holesle and retail, by Ro h ured ellow er or consinee o the Nor. ont th t
SL Me Jarial d Ch Cr It c fer very through se- LAW REAL EA LOAN AND bk. Bonher will be repo Special round trip rates
a P ola ctr oodlerrlat Yoadt l 1 pound Our Own Freshly iPa ool and New Orleans, and now P AFOX AND ROMAaA. ed by the crew of ad g e on t Portland, Oregon,
er teee and Bay l eets ie eyr. On ie at a Parhe Moch and JH co er he erce to oe ONE 559. el. ANDrhUoN, timber 28th.
drsst. r at Lws as Aldernay Baking Powder, Pode trained yellow fever nurse. Call on J. A. MELaRITT, At. Master. Ask for through rate
iiARTII i s ciu rs hasa4 GovenmIt tr Price o0. is equal to Royal hat cost yob o 0 er at 1408 East GadSden or phone 853 etion and secure lte
ms r ayta etoefo taat 1seplm. ets. per pound. New Orleans Grocery --6 4rtgs. 10octim J. P. STOKES, le,.tr s. ctastM., formation freely given.
.. B Cd T.e Jo1rsal Wat Co 1oct Pooltry and the home orchr of J.F. VAN R W
as3. FOR Ster ecoand-hand Carh S- wagrd r n laosore AttonT LOdCOUA BLLOrataW Wyske an excellent cofapter, whe a Gwthr
. r t odr n p perfect conditiar. Ws ar a d l 108 nast government Streeta poultry stir the groad cosUaby. 1a Pelchtree at,
e .. Ao itdr as o A t r. M BOARDES WANTBPS. 3 Gregor e- ouNehtryti r the aptnd tinrMontana,. W UtaY, e tc A.
1- 5 7 be sMen at Jame6 M cHwgie b street. Good location with or with ,_ soluton of the insect lidbles- _htere
ARENTr 1 S ..e r TwATS. GROW GINSENl. Ir r Ot roems, o18rctlmy gnOgeE DeVoLLE, shripe tb aJ VAN S. -sI

117 E. Cervantes, 2 blocks ft eMr. W -_ .. city. oM u yOu -tnl0, ,Star .e. WANTED-A few boarders at 318 W. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. grass and grit; the tree need mteb-
.' gas, bath and screened. No. leab" t ."atwe. Write od tor literate?"_ Ba lont. 13octwks Room 50 Thiseon B'd. Phone 734, lng and fer ta sblnr oty sem to
Anly to H W. Gibbs. Hardware ,r-" I -e pe. ham's Ginseng Garden, Zan -0 vi WANTes.-r or two roomers men be epeially valuable imlea u., p.l-p
Dept. F-orbes Store. ....oct..mo.. laugmos. preferred. Apply or address No. 17. orchard; noo plyt po ATAI
TAILORD44--_.escapes them. Wi animal tO i
SRNT-Residee lately L**0r. FOR SALE.-Fine Horses and Mule, W. LaRua, ciey. WELSH & SMITH, p hem W.
agtiyr. W. Ap lly No. W. N ae operators'd aad for Wale at all times. Turpantine BAT HOTE--Open night and day. ET Ifor pasturing te home sod crcb WG BAOW Ma
A *ApplY to I M. C C91% W4 % u operators' wants given special atten- A ma pla. RBooM lght sad i9fl s is mostly a question of expediency. B FRST-CLASS PASSEN
g. pwmaw st!et. w 4GL.a tion. Call on or address Dil1 & aIelesa. Tranien trade al 5td, 575 Fisher Bultding, 204A/ South Palafox fore you decidewo this however/, St e FREIGHT kE VIC
_ ,, Ie penuel, Marianna, Fla. lact"a. 579 So0th Pala aJ. J0A5 & Nicolag atrt. the whole subject again aand ame If -etw
mKeep your system in good CondUon WANTED .. toknowtht S ,.M PHONE 825. will not be bpe t tl nuI
aa yuSO W A isae.0% tatY -. I after all.-GardnMgw~aPNAOA OIE ~DA~
-~ oy nie, v~uu AU u~k.uwr- -1-i

'-- ..Pluto, the great stomach healer., for uy niceaclu Old papersat %gi
WANT .-My patrons to know that sale, wholesale ad retail by Jas. e che
my school will open at the sae MueHrh. TOR SA. .-y residence East
ItJace as ere fore, as soon as the yel R -y.res_________ eene o .
tlow fevere ltuation wll parmilt.K Mill, either including whole ble:
oatt.o lolde. 2tws o- f twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet eac or
OPENIO Of TH quarter block .of ive lots. Apply at
WAIITU )Th. People! of pemamn Uly offee, Thiesen Buildlzk for furts.
to cadse sorlv the he J --I er particulars: C. W. Ragermns
* ** "N CLASSICAL SCHOOL o.,,e o-
Thm ar e a**-*. detectives. and can
Ward-e t om for -

be is laced ta e etor Meg At a NmetIg of the advisory board 0 ame lo e&d 3 mism Sa t I
Mft w" am a" 00 pWala~ol9 at of the TeRS9coloa fa cal School held O SC- Be ?
P e Sept. M. to ,lt.wns011La ato S.
Mo eepostpo e the aesg of the coming garNm homes
L3. IL POS. .m m uat session ut M tvoraMble condl- ks, 3 bleeks from PalaSe.i St%
ea- e Orse e o br tUos prevail. 2L e2 car ae. arcei Ml l t- .
r-miiii eP on" alds_ i Ir. OLA BMTR ONG. quire ot Standeard I .

O PaR. JMo. i. r.rTILLER

M& f. GN0ALIm & 00, Props
9Sy yea mel an toek feed troM
4SB o**ne cturer, ein*ouraga|
mwe Industry. oatlbumt t o boae
$ sam lave- mw o-y o Iyo


Room 8 Brent Builaing. Phone, 86.

AttorncyadCounsellor at Law
401 Thlsse Building.

Ofte Broampham building, se. t
to Peaoaoaw B u6nss College
prospt attention always given
to be umin Pausacola, n a.

The Flrmt Steel IkTOe---r '
The first steel skeleton tobl vo4rW
erected was known as the Tow bd-
ing and stood on Iower B~e]aw eOw
Trk city. When the arch itet obab
ted the plans for ittI *se bi ~a ft
apartment in 1888 tle. mIpabers of
departmnt were 0 9"
had to trn the
special board w t r r
the farst time to a eSi
d been designed I* t
weight of walls aW4 M i M-
ed by te stel sI", IM U
lag laws metabtda *a i e
such a structure. Bet o=s'te 0
eepted the plaum, sad A iRM0 yMO
crapr was bs. |


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r..0 f41 V.%nnfflW-1-L4L, OF. AJI.
And all ponta ea0n &t. Andre"wJ
CArabetle aid Aplakecia
Jeave Pensacola Sundav, 9:39 p
*. for Mobile, Ala.
eave Peniwols. Tuesday, :8
for St. Andrews, MnirUle, Ap.
ji;i Carrabolle saa intermM
yoa addtaol 'tr ag ampa S 6
I. B. 0OBf P"idelL
Ge. Fr. and Pam. Agt
Pensacola, ia.

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Iftn 1 .ifl tl AHII ^ICI JSHEt Cleared. eBuc pectlaiy on the approach of cold woe
I I atendrec t, Dutch a, Hockstra, the emer mo ths the Stes often crock
The "m I tie adl1e i 84', for Rotterdam, with 460,434 a ft aeg a eritable fre trap when the first fi
Atct Irsshel to rontan hlBaber 8.88000 s ft sawn timber. If yoe hare no insurance on your house
bat I carefully iron by Werner. Nor bk, Tonneson, 840, for ,ds, you had
eplerts on the bs: asn Bueaos Ayres, with 614.167 a ft lum-
most aptodate laundry ber. b TC tfT W W9ITE SOME FE IMS
I |hiery known to the failed.
I:4P be-toe. et asw do your Lobelia, Br ss, or Hull Insog lal^ D- ^
wEE w e f~lea 4 work and you will never Fine F
S g, puS ker| .-- h a-- it dot.e, ewheLS -OfT. Fr W. KloIT les P
fi t TAeMt| Star Steam Arrived.
SmA Tey "aar a- pool to Gulf Transit Co.
t will nd a Cimbria Dan as Hsen, H The Union Central Uf
M*K a oted. Very Swell to Gulf Trans ifCO.
h at Chta ttaj' Tr.; OCt. 19.- The Cold weather s wIt iapo Br. as. listiands, 2001a Thomas fro
Itadatrit 'Ai#eut la 'the soatbers Peascolr, and it is uexot. tha .- St. Vincent, consigne to F. 0 Howe hbass lo death rat lower ezxpu rate.
S tatese drtt thby ~eadas todar., Ipmorrow the coldets'Wlhes iof ti-a & Co. Ita a te s 4n company delag Jj lac
P h-e -- ras, as ~..d* bngy reprtom s.p- season will be eeti and that i Harold, Nor as, 1435, Aos, London. 1 hemO le h a tor you to decide the na
ert f Tehe Trad aI, s exceedtay a welcome white frostEl.RI Oover Mbl*. KIefJIic InLL catendrecht, Dutch ss, Hockstra,
r nte both the o.t.la t ahota Aod. y TC 1 4 Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
eit hof sws I ci Vatra was_ a .tve besttalU At least all ndcat Br. s, Peters 2298, N0orfolk . B. w si wm General
oMm. es. Te ~nW11wA 4pa la~ I 1st is author- seed yesterday show tt t lIu- a-- e B. s. i
Iel b Th sadi gs the the temperate re b w B Inlfactur Br. as. Labella. Palmer, rom vera
ere ~bi -t ew tud- w*tile in Kaane freat- *-- tlIe MOBILE, ALABAMA. Cru. to W, s. Keyrer A Co. -
Htriest ofdt wOp- In. state- was being ex P via* ; - ..Lovaine, Br sn, Anderson, L855,
North roleas-w-t be oUced two atur much lower t.ve ._ -Rio- Janerio to the W. S. Keyser Co.
ew 4,m il compa.es, with a- experiencd in yesar pru *alt Pecklington, Br as, Whyte, 885, Gal-
grte captt a ooevera&1- them cU- entr1 jMisolssippilBpa Oo raV / 3 veston to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Sd oll"ars. 1he .tate of Kentcky leye and throughout the central ad Tugela. Br ss, Lacock, 2148, Vera I n WK d S pply
w W.t.swells the lt.it; a number of new Atlantic states. Cra to H. Baars & Co aa#ta andirs
coocern, amon which Is a gas com- The forec. t for -'q ;i '. Naval Stor-e MSket. to H. Baars & Co. MICaaudRelIrers oI
amy cltaed t lee.000. The *s receive last nl~lt Savannah, G., Oct. 19.-The naval VIv na,n Span as, Bustina, 1988, Liv- M ACHINIERY AND BOILERS
l hciMenas c ar uIat them a norida ftwds a 1,Mee,00 ton predlts colder weatb~ fr fo stores market closed to-day as lo' erpool, to .Gul Transit o. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUI
n oaval oair. Ok W .ou S. ler ows-: hinlp S TEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALT
S(0e07 e PlCed the seveOn4-mre mark, with a Local Sunmary. . .........................5 5 Calser Ger ship Martin 1180, Br Proi. atlton Iiven to all orders, day or nig
-- an.. ---et .es-u- Wu t ....ea...a. ea......s.te. r e 1. -- for Jam a r Co's celebrated Log and Tlm b
mrwae a Sot oa the en .e b ee. 1" ** ** ** eo- t. ship Iat, 12, andu e ,

S_ n. Tees omB.. t the frost wapith e.er.n .h pr-S.TS. w ..... .. ..........4 8. rom Rio Janerto to Rosasco Bros lM I.tiLW
S the gremt diversity of a toew tpertare of six degrees be.w 4o 7 .. .... .. ... .. .... ......5 or .s. s __ __ ___-
StorieP t the week, o mo thes be. in northern Monta. 14 m g rL.... .....................4 '70 Bonher Nor bk, Anderson, 19

ia l wich .ltaCldes a pipe ionmdr eter ott o of . ....................4 00 1271 O C. W. LAMARl, Vie.PMst JNO. PFEIPFER. Ast
to ~71~Q mE yr clothe to cpWlll5d at JSWAI%. every ave- rurse uch above ths Tu i tt ne. t Cents. AlitWnp to Pt Pine Lumber Co. TV
lrl p mSpdy hsf a teoe l ,tte h, ts dy age prevail Overt. p ntwerp, toPh Pe LgmbireCo.. T U lIN NllTINIll I
S i s a e tm it1ty ea~ erny *( ns o the eoth sp id Ohigo -jsle' h ,i a. tke to that t- i r. bk veneer, 771, Q rom E AME CAN NATIOL I
the 11 aftat diversity 91 sew n utg temperatue f ix eg e twlm am ; .. .. .t e .... ...... 4--7
,- mt. be. .,. ....o.r .^ ^. )Nthern Montana 14 g .... 4i .. ..... h O OtP MO 47 0co
teeL aR dE longer ;u Mota tpo ekmgaldi, Ital bt, Aeno, 198,N
L.rlRnESEg, ^am-*4 tW camtining Fn, ( niSma's Opeitment binA Atdtanyt rellt Gelo est 75, alk, from DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED
Bompnym 50,MOO< ooasclo omin e pere, n5 t c rent n dru Hamburg. CpItal Stak. 200,o000oo Surpls, 540,
k r l s Stre. ;pa y .S000 fat Stfhig temperatue rsSih the ish e' e. Nor. bk. R J. .plcer, Capt. Ptt. er-O
am ........... .. ---,ap. wBEast winds twill veer to the BSatY TWO CAAB. Oa ,, -. B 4r A. J. V
K-mpan5. -B'. *---- Tvaibatie." PP W AT v opIayTLE^RRY i4n. a yr Ocvlng to, . Ibahs,
HuntsHe-Ctton mi. Lrom Dublin toA MWNeastIera j48,Joh. o vray,
cte $ W eyNor bk, "lsaksen, 1iti .ryta Dar ed1 m. abe M t, ,
so om -WandEufaul- b15e00 of In agreho com- Dwspepsrvilbane I hre bala s The sontTomery ue urnal o- Wednet AnKo NoPbch i1rnae edy L uambr o
."' e'ce. Burdock Blood Ittes cu ar y sy Dr. W. H Sanders, the o.onbok.c a Rac W. -'a
i- p,, t_ promptly, permanently. Rgles heath se has ed from .Nor. bk. MZbo, 105, arilirken from B ase4 C. OrNe ol,
w p i.cm Spra---0,000 mill.n- and tones the stomach. ttei' ry where he has been several erpo, to Alex Zel. . M le, J.
ips ~ Vte t.p o udslOt afte p yelo fever Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pore- , ~tMr, McKeale OLtd
H arrlio-- hMe a-d brick r, -rand to AL Zelus. C. W. Lasbr, ales MckGowe,
works.no twine mill. Oniy t cse oN odlWb teveer have Wer ern Nor bk. Tonn eson, 840, asae C. M.or 1to
OaM t w-- cas esof.be gikadt Tens dkw e-.-er aae etenR Kid In tat w lk lotter am o e. .. .. oi. t.
ttare. un-l6, ,ele M ic ligha t Tenneses been t we sbery t ai t is tpldw od, Nor. r e.. b l, 176 Asseqb aita 1 Corpeatn7 nd Irms
1 p 5ant ta-il and as e-a- Sa mill. my today since p Troe to ae. Iu.is Pe pr Intoret pa5d on Time DepIts.
V. N. Rlo. MHmeell. pany .. ,A -..--..,.& ,,A+ ,
LakYe CIty-e050,o0 moisltnr ctmpoi uy; )- ,0t00 coal more cas~ there, t k. Saders is Bark
Ae t 000 mail comp~p. keeping in cise touch- wth the sltua- Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen,
toa Der-Mstwn Ir v meany. tc0 Ceara, Brazll. oeeNB oQm, r G VW. LJ -
eDe &i ,aoJaseoe1e-so mi. dry doc DeMburBCorneesrl ad ile wos. erp pii ork tem. r cm o.ri doel o. Ds, b Alvfer., 55 rhlo a l f
Buat -1, q mse cm oma, Br kch, Henebery, 9 H -

td, New Raltalas Herring in Kchg-a ma anitc ors. -- I .-IMa ord o m Wlk 1 Sn
wkbed errte B1alk OC e, tooase Bcuvmoot-s. 00-br5rel "lL NTOrb THE TRADL
Wimpn Cod BPIh, H alllbat, Bloatrs, Cotlumbalg--t 10, furni ture c. hiteto--4Crete aeor. a aRU Os '&Lde .l
BGaes, Olisr no Co l p lan t Tlaum ber- ilto mil l.dy "si eIaI Is O..... ,,no a a r .okA o hlaon ,4, 5 aAl
e 4, 0 60ek Pai ae tt-lCao-cn roant0. o Greenl L. 0. ol m-. Rum r BthE idt tha lo tour pl hose in Penol unelbr sa I Lme o

.k4L Apara and T:ps, o 8andersvlle-Saw mill. $10.000 oil company. $Wo.00 co ore a m apa ptiian, fowtarr pobiple., A ln
Salm4 Shrfm W Ohsters, C-^, i- ldl.n Territory. Bron- on--Lmber mytm. aan o f hi on teE of e ti0l "o Norway Srdpl. Iemwk. and DEtNaN Ten a
Kted a lain Ches, IA- Chickasa --b0,400 grate com- D ll- lant tso mra att are steel tpa ad us-your orders or hih grade
Sd Balmless Cornej ntory. laundry Sy keepin I, In ece to ah KAlfa Bi Teus, D (. May Davish Bee, 27 4. ssen,

SPastewa. Ranish Crnned Goodpa lny.r culverts.TEIsERC.PE T CO.,
white Beans, Red Beans. Batter Davis--S15.000 brick works; electric lagle Lake--$25,000 water WOrkS, 20octSt. 14sptlm. J P. Davis, Agt. We draw er own Ule o Ex- Vees diabrsed p
&ld erigBldraw ,W ra. eoB1a7O CearbrBrazil.c

Uens. C Eerything now and afresh light plubat. Daiereldo--s 20,000 o-il a0rd erti change on rt Brlan, Ir lands avo rabl TermN, dnd
No*. i604, 6 608 Palafox t MuDogee-acki plant. liser company laei iled. BARtIER tHOP ANNOUNCEMENT. Germany, l easier, a
e ak e e CBush-NavalKe tuorky. pAblenvle- $50,000 mllng company. M tam ors poieCane orator end Holland, kglastbh am, Rsi bnctio taken yl
S1chest eir-l1s5, ,000 ast coC- Mian-Telephone r mlLa op madn o rashi pol tieem oth r anf Wi have now in our employ Dick Norway, d Destination Tn Days
SDorop Iisvblr-l--1200.r0 lad company;Cn--Tn+-elnn "*- an cfashcm blry tuceo mr o ot- Ihin tne cte. You will end him at tlhe Co d all insI? A et
u -,company; Vlrgini. llnd lembly hr Pl'ance whee VoI- Bros. Barber 8hop, 204 8. Palafox St. Sl )r" ^t l=or in Cltlct'o9 with
a10.00 ia company. Bannister---25.000 ili4ng coam pany taire was one of the ge t Sudd enly 18 1ectlrr
Msio-Aannin .aetory; laundry. Norfolk--$S00,00o0 pipe todry. the French writer aan Sh ed We l' rai shpet fo Mi
Neo-ulr-mill.eUam el.plant.IpAlexandria--o"h15,000 p~st~i~orblp withi p tm thl.e Rod:eiA
Sis f Ol eans--1,00tory. "M ly lord, I know yi eouft re e A wa t e aas a o
temping Luni Faranklin- 40.000 wa tear worhs Ian' Whied are the eeore-bea et ol, the cnh n The inab lity of thy shar to oseie l TI t
oi.66.8 aia uso atsplant. s(eeeopantgeyst th e eeAREeCm witoyt tarnyag itself fist 5,poT a

Mee-diu--$25.0= lumber tom -. Ws vy. the ii il. +T-ese ..
B rushy--Naval store company. est V rgnla. "Upon my word," replied Chester Its back mmst be a serious inconve
S BHollanda 15,000 lubmr ber eom- Wickham-$-0 000 milling eompay. eld. with hlis usual present e o amld, l ence to it, and a so simmer with su5 .,
pany. McDonald S,000 o0i mines. "I am no jde of paitlngs." eleat presence oy mind to awalt hlis ,. n HILo sl.mam TsI Vl
ESVeubrua--100.000 lumber compae; some time afterward, says a blogra- eomln and then wn. be turns to dBire OenT Hl ita
io tann a laundry.ht and water compny.. ppiber, Voltsnre, bel e in Lwdorn, hap hadedenly under him can badle the rbh
Winklesurs--tl opened to be at a nobleman's party ot a shark jse t as a man can avoid those isIa re-

Beiksth rncids Gulfporte--$6,000 development com- with Chesterweld. A lady in the om- charge of an enraged bull by coolness situatioT.n ,.-
Mioueri pawy prodigiously rooged directed her and acthtty. Man's aversion to the p ~o.WW.I agu psisr, i
dilu. Louis-mber-Machinem s- whole discourse to Voltaire and er- abark beee stands greatly In his way,l. M
k. sp risid Ini tion company; $5.000 luoan and Wnvest- ,ossed his onivsation. Chesterfeld few swimmers when attacked posess-o A ..ll.ton, LwKINi IpNEwtS TRANST
p -o prfie ._ emeint comk a y: $6.000 belt mannfa- -- mut st me up, teppedI him on the arm and ng slkt coolness and presence d of .. -

i Dr UM u c turning company land company; con Young men ae, UI4' d: mind to carry the maneuver into sule- *
S pr tract ing : 10 bottliP thinY, t1hemrten drl "r,take cre that you are not cap eesrsful effect, although many pofssesl h J. 8. K I Vf tr Ir. Wiya n p,
Works S150.00 development company; The up-to-date wmebt. tivated." Mrve enough to await without flinch- r OiPT, VePr~' il
form their duties )100.000 investment company; $50,000 manies da of fle f "My lord," promptly replied thte tg the onset of the most formidable of TH PfS B NK OF PlSAC
grain elevator; $50.( 0 invetmen man Is a sort of lexieoa
properly, caograin elevator; t50. e00 investment cl s se rench wit, "I Srn to be taken by an terrestrialanimals. Did we know mor Dre Ks
Sprp rS nvllyo Caompn He mows what's wat und im s -Mgh craft usa ranch color of the domestic habits of the shark, DIa L M a .,
.bould be t~cak Harrisonvlle-.450.000 investment it. emem n cIa "- learn to appreciate the virtues that e A.
0 kp thm IKass City-c-41o000 machinery But good it, the newest c-; Col i Vital. About three big brain- doubtless possesses, there cl t be itti TRAN CTS 4 B
Sonimpany i- ne ors, patterns, a. ae at e4 men ort 7 .000-know the size they doubt that the unreasoning aversion
d helaftyco Edina-ManufacLtrin compla enough; rcalessp the reqt re for teir frnaces-just about that I felt toward him would be large-
dition f I f Galena-Minc-. Jaunty spearsave, e er ,hreC The other 907 take anything ly mtigated, and that we should cane
1O0 North Carolna. tic of our excellent tal pTi.de' the dealer emnds alonm regardless of to make due allowances for the pres-
a m.ffi er fro m. Shelby--15.000 lee factory. lon is there, t4 t a Wat ha number of rooms to be heated, size sure of hunger that at times operates *
Raleigh-$25000 investment eom- the young man want. M aoi g daper, draft, cold air to our own disadvantage. Londea
ey trouble, try pany. m eOr success n plet i box, etac Bsumlt ity per cent more standard. Stca
Roeno'X Raplds-$800,000 cotton men is not Just lnck. It'm dke coal sed than Is necessary and not
m;ll eompany. to our- ewledge of tae hbeat enough to go around. ,I* MoR wIth NO TIe IS h19.
Spray--4225,000 cotton mill com- young man wants, and our Zen the. mosrt i nary intelligence The long isolation of Japan from the O ee--no. IS sls stret Til e m, U.
pa- is met atpped to the question of coal est of the world so conducive to In-. infartE r oirf.tg mo sra ce.na
sugh Point- oldinfactory;$75,-mption at hope with a view to t.speeeu,.has been highly favorable
WN rail and panel factory. Ut K If m Moo n a a efficiecy. A dealer, look- to the development of tesism. Japa-
L fe lmion-O lumber comr- lg at my fa c id. "Egg ral," n- homes and habits,e ostume and nm
S 'Moorpa ville--10.00_ electric i Splantoelectrc lt raoable. BOs at Iuat have beenS gallIto ostrich egg the v"r lteratr-all have been sub-.
Oklahoma. $7.0, $10, $12 "t d $1 that .i, fhe wnre x theb pect to Its Infence. No student of
Woodward--20,000 lumber comn- t ohe we al yo the ) f l ng a nearly ti inches i diamu Japane e culture could ever ignore its r th om
Liver d pany. w yong vessel r. terT. 'M tons a month kept the pmreenme. It has permeated the ele-
SGuthrie-h5.000 founr; $200,000 many you n menr s Queen Anne or Eliabeth shack dow m of noble boudors and entered W e t? If eerytht o
1 machine boP. s e eo about- 56 degrees, and as a re-en ab te abpde of the humble. The peas- up Itst. !l b hppr. Cays
i 1 Hooker--410,0c. cement block fac- t. r o tor ment W bobt as radlatora ts have learned to arrange oweass. f lb todaoi, swa upy te ist
rO :or. Coal bWbill $13 a watl Cas biUn 14. My the iea t laborerooet at- t ae W oe away wti Ih you
Oklahoma City-$.WO,000 land anud -efhtbor after x year of experience t the reeks and waters. In corn-
im promvemient company. and a modicum ta b iatm power oused Men Parta the JapanesMe spak of Use r
Maramee-S10.000 oil company. ea al and ade tal" ed firea gUt the me "wt so tea" tn him when
MW you will ff never 4s fu a tan an d a halfa motha".AMu F t do the se lo
y Charlestea-4onber ad mining H 0 4AM0 -- -- ---- aa -- a -ae "- t .pes.onld.a
regret itC company. MOM tUAgma0ra0t Ma Yi a ois 188 W lh nt M thste p "oml &
mDarlingto--f,000 warehouse com- CAMt wy wB A
pany. hoas d sense. ta me aggregate tf w, r r de tis aot e w -
For Sale b indaor-425,00) turpentine and oast 5ame ae n was-te- thre oh ige. -- taMd tm rtt the -j- i ,
SIrImber company. f ,,1. J bw, a and .a- t 27iseatI 4 M
M nn bhl 1 Fort Lawn-Telephone system. cew a Prs7P. *1wit too b tea" i i v. .. .
Sp0ectauarv--45,oft rope and Tm_ QMriaUM,

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