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 31, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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ur a v s. TWELVE ur 0IL I lOIVI L U U '"M -

t KILL D Czar of Russia 1aives Right Exercised by Romanoffs for Ce,- M

at~411t tries And Surrenders to Will of Russian People- Witte

MHMU S L ANDE 0 FD tPasspr Train o? Santa Created Premier With Uxusual Powers. N Y
Fe Ditced New Klisa By Associated Pres. introduction. Only thus wll it be office has resumed work but no trains 13
... ._ St. Petersburg, Oct. 30.-Tonignt possib to secure the I*S benefits are running. Aboat thirty thousand
ise T k m. the autocracy of the Romnoff and of freedom conferred upl, tne peo- passengers are held up here, costing
TCt te tcrc the R1manof and the government ;14,000. uu
the old order of things ceases to exist Coeot Wte Russia' t premier, .
"n """"" WBy Associated Preo. in Russia. tonight sent the above m agle to me RUMORS F MUTINY ON
Kansas City. Oct. 30.-A fast regu- Emperor Nicholas has surrendered American people througM the Asso-I .. --
0lar passengertrain on the Santa Fe andCount Witte comes into powers elated Press. He hadJu arrived t N w pL
S HOSTAGE-CINEE OFF was ditched six miles from tne busi- mandate wilenable h o Peterhoff where the rr two Odea Oct. 30.-There are pers-AND PR AUTIO
ness center of this city today. At least convert a farcical assembly into a hours before, had given -final ap-. ..... .. ...y
SALS UPHOLD ACTION OF VIL- twelve persons were called and twenty legislative body, elected by greatly proval to the manifesto ad4 to the that crews o the ve.sels compoagin OgtCR REPON
five injured. many seriously. extended suffrage, and to confer upon program which will end the the Black Sea flee- mutinied on
LAGIM-40MCIDONT CONSIDER- e .re mo se. uthe people fundamental civil lilber- rule of absolutism by him their arrival at Samsun, on the coast y AMMBtaty Fses. 000 HOWtN6- _M
STe wreck occurred in a cut while ties, including free speech and his Romanoff an for three of Asia Minor, killed Admiral BIrelt
O ~rU BY STATE DEPART- the train was running fifty miles an hundred years z and Admiral Choukntin and sated ON BANANAS LiSI
u y S TATED RT hour.a m Ie an .o.r lb ack to Sevastopol after hoisting the New Orleans. Oct. IW- .- r
WWNT OFFICIALSt. WI,. . [Wl-rt-E 8ENDS MESSAGE i^.r. .,T.revolutionary flag. It is impossible # iowles Is the o tIl yegw t7re TSON WILL SE CONT*
Relief trains .ere imme tely sent TO AMERICAN PEOPM E NO P PUNDATION UN ..-to verify the rumors. The authorities ersmpa to p. : *
from Kansas City. -.RUMOU, MUTINY are confiscattng poittnal teleram. New ease 4; tI to a r
by Assdaeid P eM. The wreck was caused by spreading St. Petersburg, Oct. 30.-"I am sure .. -
S- Oct. 30.-A dispatch to the rails. the American people, who understand prs tbe. ou r. OVER ONE HUNDRED De 0; totl t d 4
*inla Standard from Shanghai press, which voices the wishes of the abors of mnutiny o 0 of the KILL OR WOUNDED Nder treatment t y te
." Admiral Train, commander of people, willB reaoice with the friendly Black Sea fleet which Ain re"wa- S D o i ht:
SI l ussia n nation at this moment, when tionin Odessa an w h ve en Reval, Oct. 3O.-Trops Ired two w .....
Che Amertnoa Asiatic squadron and ithe Russian people have receivedfrom industrially propogated te stri volleys on the crowd In the market rj."lhII t to dat .. ...
B et Train. have been the ILL Ihis imperial majesty prtses and es for several da place today, killing or wounding over th e ay ....
S l Train, have been tae I.. I guarantees of freedom and will join one hundred. persons. New Orleans, Oct. et 1Ttal to date .. .. ..
Wte ti a va ge attack by Chinese. in the hope thit the Russian people THIRTY THOUSAND Crowds of people are parading the dence off the prosrees. t t. o'tsch .. .
---t---t "a |ak | wIllSl Ith II N ese liberties by co-operating with -- A mob last night destroyed the Ho- winn u the can -- ,
The Amertfia ocers were phea- L l the government for their peaceful Kharkoff, Russia, Oct 3. Thpo.- tel de France. low fever watae ; y
40t a*m h g when the admiral acci- White of discha1.es
It jarlmag her. Hundreds surround- "INI liN I ,. ,**E_ UU ,* handred men are now *I. inpt-eint ti
*the e n. took away their guns. VIRGINIA P PFS CLERK fl S > AT FAi L RItRD and it is expected th t, **v the a it
M the ~d iral down in the mud VIdw it vh d VI RS| CK.. liWI will be largely reducedATI by ALLt .* T *e rsob l I
i ib d LAet. Tra.t as hostage. the week. es ad no M th.
tarty Amertim marules wer- Land-I ft ivS BdL te t By Asseciate Prm. y AI~sated Assciated Pro, ,T m mher u
adi s a rseW arty ar.d were attack- Norfolk, Oct. 30.-The cruiser West Augusta. 06., Oct C. ARll BNar, Mass., Oct. 3O.-At the d--npa C5s 1
e -- hl ---- The marin.-es were Em ) V, 1 A, bard. coavoyedby the cruisers CoWe. "earde, moy .r. the Manufatirer's Atoci l d-
SM re ie. m ratn radio, Penasy.vivania and Maryland, ost Os cObere, ab-tci. the Textile Council here tocdy It was I r e
4hMlg inlls reifmed to store a Criminal oUperation. paed the Vhrginia cape at a*e day after b ase ked 0la B0nir announced that a comprise ea|ement
e asunas d and oortd thiaty toOight. On apeM of dta s.1 0 _a.N bat bem r acheo and that thMe .
ha*ek sa sa s d .ds de *atei urtot th e hi'tt"o. .pdd strike twenty 4e.F "
ly Asaeeilesd Pre. President would o trt a l ttemore operativet would undoubtedly be
-M WSERIOUSm BY Plttabbrg. Oct. S0.-"The' pdl~ anil I ts Lvan laven ~ as lI- I th. et them took a pistol averted.
STATEJ ARTMN deYectives fit bi they hae, tended. The Dolphin and crateer from his deak, Went to an upper story ,i
STATE DEPARTMEN deeivesrmly believe they have squadron proceeded up Chesapeake of the ,>uild% aad blew out his ARRESTED FOR THEFT Th.otwetrh
enough information to clear "i the bay and the transfer will be made at bralns. No shortage in his accounts OF MONEY AND CHICKENS rftfll B h e hi
WashIagton, Oct. 32.-The state d.- celebrated Boston "Dress Suit' mur- Smitis Point, the mouth of the Poto- has yet been discovered. li L e
Pdtiet has cabled the Unite 1 der case. mac.. Captain Fondebilla yesterday arrest- of e
tes co l at Nanking, asking par-, As a result of admissions by Morris A ve ed and sent to the police station James UU w rlbl for
t r about the cae of Admira. NalAn. ti whom aturan t the case of Admira. Natan, t whom usan eary the Owing to some delay Willie Farine fleet of Saunders Co. entered yes- of stealing a number of chickens andhe dsee
TWtA,. who, according to a cablegram vift-m of the crime was engaged. it is and Frank Dunham. who were to have terday from the fishing grounds: about $10 from Mr. Perdue of East I, .. t.,h.... I ...
ft ShalRgha, got into serious trou- N'lirevd thai death resulte-i trom a ft yesterday for London, via New Priscllla with 2,000 snappers, Little- Wright street. Regretted thit M I t l Th H M4
.e ft Nastag, after accidentall- criminal operation prfarmed by a Yo'k to join Bennie Dunham. the fam field with 1,500, Favorite with 1,800, The negro is held for being a dan. The ews cse reported
.m.e.i .. a C ies wmanan in Boston and that the bo,. o0 oaus acrobat, did not depart. They will Kwasind with 2,000 and Civair with gerous and suspicious character, pend- ame:
W~ a chuinesle woman. I;the girl was afterward- mutilated to eave today, however. 1,800.. ing an investigation. ..I. B0 Mrs. H. Moak, 16 Wei
In of a the present strained re- hi,idc thhe face. T- street
btlafs between the United States and Th<. name of the woman was divulg- 7 U Mr". Keast5r, 513 fl
Cbi ad particularly on account o1 e- hy Nathan ani the local officials treet.
immediately dispatched the informa- Mf Perdu 414 byst Wi
""h th ing "the center4 of the move- ion t ;ih(e Bosin authorities to ap- ..".wW W Pr.sident Rooevelt, who was Iait- . rt 11 N
GMt to boycott American goods. th, ptehxnd her. ; I ed by Mabnr BU. ta P iatla g -



y Asectate Prems.
New York, Oct. 30.-By a tie vote.

two to two, the board cf elections
6e68e1 to place the name of William
T. Jerome. aomi ee tcr district at tor-
Rag, Ai the republican column of the
ballot fSr fe city election. The re-
mmUHcam voted for it.



r A-etuted Pr'e.
Augusta, Ga.. Oct. 30.-George
fashangto Murray, once admitted to
the ounacils of the nation as a mem-
ber of eoagres trman South Carolina.
althugA a black ncgro. will have to
apWd the aext hree years cracking
sOCk and road building as a member
of the chainuang ci Sumter county,
thlah he is the largest land owner
ia that county. 1 he Supreme court
Today denin' the appeal of his attor-
e 6s for a rehearing cf his case. His
punishment is for forging the names
of igorat negroes to land leases.


A Greek. whose name c lild no't N-
learned, but who lived at ine corner
O f Belnont ad Guiliema rde street s.
*- expired last ualt of yelow fever. The
malas were taken to :ne underzakiug
parlors of Nonrtp & h% -od and pre-
Oured for burial.
The Greek was taken, il during the
titer portion o t las; vt'-k and was
i O W expected to surviveL th.-ugh Sun-



Notion to O Disss Temporary In-
junction in Fumigation Case,
to be Head.

Arguments in the case wherein M
L- Roch stvured a temporary restrain-
ing ordet to prevent the fumigation
of h.: home upon Government strew'.
will be beard this morning before
Court Commissioner Cosion. Mxr.
Roch. through his attorney. Scott M.
Loftin. secured the lai;inctlon Satur
day and preven:.l fumgation of ais
The injunction was only temporary.
an(d yesterday) Ci:t AtTorney J)ne(.,
acting for the city fi'ed a motion
wit,1 the court commissioner to (d'
mis.p the order-.
T;i:, was to have beon argued ye-
Strtday afternoon hiru Mr. Ioft:n wsa
not real' for the argument, so tIpo)ii
reqt:es: ;1 'a3< postponed un.il th'
morning .t 1i o'clock.
Much i;'t ret- attacnte, to the cas n
and i he de"-' Co-ton will I- anxiously awaiticl.


By Associated Preos
Indianapolis 0". 30.-The biennial!

on his southern trip, has replied to
the invitation of the mayor, though
the letter was late In reaching Its des.
The letter, which was tigaed by Wil.
11am Loeb, Jr., secretary to the Presi-
dent, stated that the' Potsldet re'
gretted very much that circumstances
would not permit him elanging his
The letter was written after the
President had left MNmphis.
Mayor Bliss in sending his telegram
tb the President thought possibly that
the latter might either embark here
or nay a visit to the port en route

convention of the supreme .lodge \,
Knights of Pythias will be held ...
New Orleans on the third Tuesday of
next Oroinwr. This changes tje time
I vile convention. j OINS.


Annie Gertrude, the little daughter
ot Officer and Mrs. C,,rles Neel, of
No. 120 B street, expired last alght
at 10:30 o'clock, after a short ill-
I ncts.
The little girl was taken ill Satur-
day morning, but her coaditlon dli
not seem to be at all da fl
yesterday afternoon, when ahe was
suddenly takes' worse, expirig OS0
afterwards. Death was due to yeDlel
The bereaved parents have not yet
decided upon the hour of the funeral
Pensacollans, who left here several
weeks ago for points In the nat
account of the outeak of yeU
fever, are now returnal 'i lar@e aum-
Mach train from the aorth brlags
in a number of the retagees, and it IL
expected that this wilH conattae atil
all of the absentees reach bome, which
is expected to be In a saort tlme.

After a bmshe 4e a t 10
wh b lie speat travegUBM
snenla a"d Jerukaevl ,fa -
moat Pu kin em PIrau
Schwell earnedd to tt
He had bees prevat
freerJ 1 ^*1*Mi9


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P, in

It andmi
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irth Davis

blateof I. Uen No. 7 ast
Desfot street.
Loyd Durbham, Bast Wright street

nada'a eport, which sow Sw
Mew case, and no deaths, is a M
Dr. H. J. Wrigt, Manhattaa *Bot
AnCex, Corn' of Bayles anad garn
Annte Booske, 619 Blet -Salaang
Jula Johnaoa, 316 Mast Romaans
Medeste Cunningham, coored, 'a
Sth Baymen street.
Geoore Haras, colored, MM
Gadsdem and Delller street.
9mim t LMfd.
Dr. Porter yemteray Ifted the
mareo asaiat bmeanas, w tldh was
aet aga9At their MthlpmIt lae
Psaela dara the Wrt oatOieak de
the ever. This embargo was plead
at the requi of Mayor Bis, aad
whea the state health eSolr yester.
day reeelver a requoet to allow sip
aUts to be received he did so Ism&
diaty. He over did believe, bo
e*r t the th esos a whlh Intets
b ma"as would a mease to the
V b health, tU are of the male
. Peadooleam w mw nwhae
the ure of agait secarta i
amnas and athir ,ruas w lch ham M
be allowed to be hiported to MIe
crdty r the past two months.
FPnigatle Contumuin

Dr. Pbrter Is I receipt of a til
frm PreMidst lendry af tha
Board of Heah, relative to e
eppingett ea t with here aa.m
lg fm-g-*h tow h% pridet ofat the
board was greatly surprise, Inasomak
as the edtisms oa the city pettloed
Air Wt fna .,sa mtwaid if the
mpasttoa costimad to c .ae famigaf
t go nevewtheme, tellved tlH
Ole beaitsens wer bfclad tGO
to l alm P o t f hs
at I napt mijorkty hMd be
-, a lMA the sets of a Jw.
g- 1 St iight that theW
ld &M a Jlme salef tthe

-at"naheav l had
-I se g, i

-' WArMOL- wwVTus
4*,ampabaw y ednesafy;
USaK to bm. wtheat to east
F wiaftb bsing vmrablet

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tcident is regarded as serious
either the Chinese minister int h!i An
sky. ar the state department has been


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In other day (e rthe Sad rf t M*
asan o bles weyo umus meads up 1M
Ismr ea e ad wuVEM w- b mmS
pectay selected tIt wrea WUtd an W
mah cuttintaf to the a1M 3Ms,-
er, evury streak me4 at _np
Lo ks ,eprd- ed l ts -mOw eL
Just as oeely as a- per
latest aey is shtow ta nL M $e
of eaautedy dafb rle- t m
beitg smewrht ca th3 BrIrM Z r l
de frot ad ams p-- os m
There s a I* y a ON ~ea"r t SWr
about the ad ad M ee whi in
the frosts h am ebr bt- iS nV 0W
are faed ,wa a0q"11 e6 a t9d
the r et afa ben so mewt Is e
to be oed dm e at Ot ia. the
sleeve i the ld -pu 3es hee.
lX-pttte to 00M --- to Pow N t*
longs. t oth earIW mn ste'r I-m
Sroup of dable tam a iPe dM- "
vale with me2@1e t0 i j u 1gF 61
The moff is tothe ,as. 0 s 0 sue1,
withaee a doubrin f r at th b t
sasRatisuan ad*Te sem0 twi11a i 1h0N
wist of th fur. with a tg ODB

Oem of the latest feature of f ws
empfitaed to the* silks saU N Gw m
poedhbs obat siamulate fr to a eeat.
Indeed. so marvelous As t a the r el -
tude In may a it eU that em has
toth the garment o muse o tw
but ma times, to 1mb sm W W N
the product of hInes I SnIS
that of Dame hsatun. agq 6 m e
chinchilla plushes Is0 m te Beir
ashiond upon the h e ast ofeh
Quinse period. "Nb OUPOeN pt w hewS
the broad shoulder sad plf bem t
dropph n gto the beaues a aWOe W
wie pkeated over The hA A PsM N
there boloero is posed over l
this supplied with aname aes ft
sels that add marVe ty t te
The irdle that l n Dee
similar style th* M i w Sl
that MIl lrinq at 0i -
the feet. T Tks B
L With a frtl d @g R that
ov the h and.
CarscUl bad the first taste
last ewesmn. fust nough to lI
upon the wave ft popularftY
enjoys among talks wintee f"9270
exquisite markings of the for1d
more appropriate for lar ge rL
than for small .
vitlctrlae and the W is
Quinse model presented t e 00
in V-sbs and Iuted Int : n 1 e
natia eChmisette of erme I6 n-
ting high and snug around the
There is a cape collar over the
ders. back and side fit closely Il
ure. while the frosts drop La 310t
over the braid nelt The hUsge
full and ripply ,-tting closely gwI
hips and rippling almost to e bae
The sleeve : at espedafly ms
fairly large In the uppe
spreading out into bell-sape
elbow almost to thIe rse O es The
round granny muff of er e lL beep
ing with the cute little ebemstette.

And there's the secret of It. Every
woman, ao matter what her race, her
type, her ebty. her iolorts mya be, al-
wma looks w-r very bb eat beat s the
ttkl tolks in the nurry .ay. when abhe
dm her hurs
So. what wonder is t that eves the
most tdIfferent. the most stoauy eco-
nomical will tretch t r purse strng
to the Ut to tnduige in ur, Pereaps
It Is to acqutr only a piece of dyed rab-
bit skin that now cleverly simulate
the sable coloriaw g thoKgh for the mo-
maet only; or t maj be to achieve a
garment n t imperial Rnaap sable for
which a fortune mut be paid. Either
ectrebm aad all that stretched between
bears eloquent evidence to the becom-
latness and desirabity of furs.
And this yar it will not take the
pere of a Fortunatut to provide
Mtiadi with become styles In uras:
w even the most Inexpensive pelts are
maae up tn fashions that are in accord
both with artistic raoe and current
styla Indeed. It is the apearve pe:t
tat set the pace for an the rast
Once upon a tame the rich and rare
ussaian sable--of wish the supply is
becoming alarmingast U-wre usual-
I Ms up Mito gnt armasts wib style
wei sot cut mauch into the skin
Mot only wer the remnants of the gar-
er tLhani bs ha needed. but the a.
isets of tme M Mrmdb ere
tb am e semt tNw, however -

se. in* the s esesaow o6 9 asRu
r awt ml in .asIs sme sen
t u smallest -a be ta
good accoaL

Hints for the Home and Amateur Maker.

It really does eem most appropriate
to display Ruian furs n Russian fash-
ions. and so the dolman Is seen at Its
best ia caracul. Persian lamb (which. de-
swite its name. Is a Russian product)
and the breitschwans and baby lamb.
One such-a long, loose affair that
reaches below the knees-Is fashioned
I with a chasuble collar of the baby lamb,
the dolman sleeve caught In the char-
acteristic way to the curved side seams
Sof the back. and a collar of the rolltng-
shawl variety in imperial sable that is
enough to turn a lover of furs green
with envy. This same costly pelt edge
the very loose lull dolman sleeve, and
is also employed to fashion the square
muff-a recent innovation-and the tur-
In the less expensive pelts caracul is
wtll to the front, and the exquslite
markings and pliable character of the
skin make It very desirable for many
uses. It is quite a f&a to have a coat.
loose or fitted, of this fur. and then em
ploy bands of varying width to trial
the cloth skirt that completes the co-
tume. When black turns are worn the
smart gir. M leas she be in mouraani
usually touches them up with aome
touch of contrasting fur, ermine for
chbotee. cahichlla. or even the aunde
canal ItM
The extreme of clabo4a.tln M
ome of the muart wrap BraeL. aA-
ilM, paamentertles. embroLderie ge
IUk md velvet, all are used with a b4 l
Ih and. and the girl who can sewr
embraOier po r -s a rare advvasage
over her fellows In the matter ef a-
ada t- da-ao~tA for her fura.

In these dainty lttle arments -at
Sbe stiangulsh the French Idea of evift
Intlme. or fatally If. the girl wNo
knows how to sew, even the littlest bit.
can find a field for her Ingenuity that
no other offers.
The fact that al. of those dainty little
effects are supposed to be as loose and
fluffy as possibM is an aid rather than
a hindrance to her unaccustomed fin-
gers, and the absence of anything at all
approaching fitted liHes Is rure to prove
a wonderful assistance toward the ulti-
mate result.
Take, for instance, those effective little
,nothings that formerly one Identfled
as dressing sacques, and which were
supposed to be racred to the precilcts
of the bedroom or the dressing-roi
at most. Well. we have taken thmes
homely, If useful, garments, turned
them out In the most trivelous fashion,
dubbed them matnees or breakfit
Jackets, and wear them dowa to the
family breakfast table with the utst
aplomb, not even dreaming of eaOr
the ghost of an apooy for their ap-
And Ia the aShlo-ing themb i wlr~
the reamat a the bargal commai'
justi tfher a It There am aI wr s
short snegths of 1ila of varyiN hau
and weave. *d please of etlla deliaht-
fliy soft saiansso er ik taomela. am
1P 11 -ante a 1uttds f if -
posse tim mwe edM rs aid samk lr
comatortahla shth

The handkerchief shape will lend itself
readily to all sorts of fabrics, and where
It is necessary to piece out it can be
done ~t only a little Ingenuity be em-
ployed. There is simply no end to the
number of variatlors that can be rung
upon this one model, and a clever girl
Is fashioning a number .or Christmas
gifts, no two of them alike. That they
are best made all by hhnd goes without
saying, and many of them are almost
as effective In their untrimmed state as
when rushed and rutted with ribbons
and laces.
The shoulder yoke Is really the foun-
dation of the greater number of those
fascinating conceits. outside of the
handkerchief designs. Incidentally the
shop are showing some charming hand-
kerchiefs in printed silks and cottons,
not forgetting the traditional bandanna.
that make It a temptation to purchase
every pattern in sight.
However, to return to our yoke mod-
els. Tis usually made to come un-
der the arm and form the armhoke com-
plete. The to this there is .iMrred.
marked gauged or pleated the body of
the jackt. Some of the prettiest and
mot effective are aecordeon pleated.
gaed with lace, and tome only fst to
beew bm wahatlha. The skeeve, their,
toeo, pleated, and may be either hal
oa dbw leath. or may extend to the
ul fal ieagth, comhi to t he wr
or evM weD down over the h d The
tter,. howe is either so e '-

so practical as the shorter sleeve.
Having made your yoke. thte next
thing is to cover it up. For warmth
the yoke is sometimes made at challis
or soielalne. no matter what the ma-
terial of the mattnee may be. There are
any number of designs for fancy collars
that may Obe followed, and here the
adornment in the way of lace. rmbrold-
e~r,, medallions and the like is usually

Fashioned upon exactly the .ame lines
are the full-length garments that are
accordeon pleated. After cutting the
ywe from whatever material :s deemed
the most desirable, cut off the material
of the gown to reach .rom the y~pe to
half way lelow the knee. Allow three
times as much rlaterial as you wil need
pleat:ng. and at the same time arrange
for a pisse sleeve, and, it poalble, a
cascade down the front To the straight
edge of the pleated body portica attach
a shirred rufle-thir as p'ain or as
fancy as choice dictates,'and this Is.
Intended to regulate the length of the
garment Tt" fronts may be samed
together half way up or Ift ope to di-
pais the petticopt fro&t. ~or tle tad.
leagth Venent in tbhe beordea9'i eastj
s.yle not less than a dsen yafi at Mt,
inch silk wll be reMQUIrd, and U tI
collar be fancy and the aleve voig-
miaous due account m t be alkesm
-IMorl y"rI y Mdt;A t "winue
atx or seven yards may aut; while for
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A decisao b4y te nness stoe ft-
p reme Court. has been readeret tn the
cae of FlorNa McGuire vs. the Pensa-
cola City Oompany. Tae d4scakf is
in vor of the Pea acola City Corn-
This news reached hqe yesterday
afternoom from W. SA. B t, who wir-
Sed Thoa. C. Wosm & Co. au to the
decision in the faous cOae. Mr.
SBlount aa m in Washd mam for
several day and arsuged me cae (o
the Pensala City Company before
the court.
The case ha been in the courts for
a number de yar, and wt appealed
from the decision of the chr.lt court
of appeals to the highest coagi-n the
land by those representing the Florida
McGuire interest.
STabhets raufl Ats rmrfsul t n v it it

.Ar NORaRN(NG, OCTOBEr0 st, 1S5e


A*~St. o MlOVED ton
"-n lLi wt- .".*eu,*. WLon
UL T I I here Isa IsokM
7aor usJ* a
.4 rehtuW Wa th0re
Vlf lwtglwhrtiti ma T0a4 tkhe t std Ca n Nftr
A U T R(HOD 1 W. D ait dasm tofr s amarn of d
to .. b. Mali -oo
-a EN lOIr ikt c a trN tint ar bi piaeMu WNOW6 atogytS URNS
'.br t1. pMft s. ml ained.
so a p..b or ct000 Psspo
N I T T. BE CHOSEN IN sr A io te Today will witness the last of Camp t
ULL TCKR OBI a A Itw teorne a a l Jams wthe M Plurray, which was established a num-
MASSAaUsETTS, RHODE I-, her of weeks since near McDavld. The ha
SMarMC UCofSI AN OTEL CO.. ents are being packed preparatory to atoi
LAND, VIRGINIA AND OHIO-SIX IMr.iart.Plft". Fais Uski lous&. being shipped to other points, and by
Tomorrow night it is probable that med
CANDIDATU0 IN NEW YORK there will be nothing left of the camp
CITY RACE. Frailer; Attorney-General, James where Pensacola refugees stopped in
Mathews. their departure from this section.
Mao of Ne Only one tent will remain until to-
Syr of New York. night there being one refugee left who fre
*y) AAocift Pre. Democratic: George B. McClellan. will not be discharged until then. No enc
New York, Oct. -4.-Elections will Republican: William M. Wins. one has been received at .ae camp dur- tro
be held Tuesday, November 7, In ser- Muolicipal Ownersh.p: William lug the pat seven days. order for ( n
R states and six o.f the .larder ties. RaBdolph Hearst. closing the camp becoming ef-ctive cre
n state and Proibition: IJohn Crawford. October Slt. Dep
In Massachusetts, Rhod Island,-Vir- *ocldias:t A!gernon Lee. i While there have been quite a lrge C
giaa and Ohio, a governor and other Socialist Labor: John J. Kinneally. number of persons to avail tbemselves
state oilers are to be chosen, and in Virginia. of the camp in order to reach southern
cities, the number was in no way as
Peinnsylvania, Maryland and Nebras- Governor: Claude A. Swanson;I large as was anticipated' at first. The

ki minor state officers, judges or reg- IAeutenant Governor, J. Taylor E!Ily-
eatb of the State Unlversky. In New son; Attorney-General, Wtiam A. An-i

...- .,----- --- .faile to cre. K W. B.no.w ain"&- York, Indianapolis, Louisville, Malt derMon; Secratary of 0ommaonwealth,
tum is on eabo ..- Ar *D. Q. Maleston. -
St-. ure s eL each bo ~ lake, and San Francisco a mayor and i Republ.an: G overun Lus..rd .
mm ,Y f-- H8UNTrED Y AM CIPHANT'. other city ofcersa, asd, In Chicago, L. Lewis; tieutenant. rnor. Wil-
-- -.. r o sasalary trustees and judges are to be mla P. Kent; Attorney,, &raI GeorRe
.A. --e MP o ~s@m voted for. A. ever"omb; ece Common-
Magie h a'06 The Democrets and Popagts b&*e AJ.L M. Sower.
A eutin Alfta*e W appr5, "itu~t in d.t a UpaleMa Govew. 'Uzioe M.
1hRIMID a et 6 ___a N: TLlsutenant William
________________________b 0h1f s tu lst. Oat; Secretary 9 of a~uwealth,
-e we nt ow b- r arty e erty San ncisco, and the Maxu oeh.
f AU k A&si b l eiral RPbtt IR ble ~ ae and other arties attlt iallst Lab-r: Oornor E D.
twer tr kmpet p Charge' and V a the In Pennsylvani there s been Hol)l Attoroey-Genral, Eward
S.n. L a rt a' rra oatI-t-hei was oely his big miscellaneous endorsement of the lie
Ss chest to aim at, tfo he had raised aloft publican and Democratic candidates. WONDERFUL MAICQi NES.
m. r o r r ,* ;b:his runB trk-he camee ff speed a tro The Prohlbitiolists hate a ticket inl "o
fl AllL-- MJt M a boy, who the clearing, a red melted, glaring Masachusetts. Rhode Island Pennz. eme Tt k M P rett es
% a06 ft isciO 1eor the pnat two tUaked, screaming, active mammoth. a a P e Ttsmetrt Otates.
i Yig~ii alUer ,retU ed l Balard made a rad flank movement sylvana, Maylad, Ohio, Nebr askam that set
g-- 11 l1 eI taloome- to the right His objective w a thrn New York, Indianapolls, and CBhcago; up a L y tinkllng t ioll nt the
SMki. Matt ob w 'tree. He and the elephant arrived the Socia!,sts in Masachusatts, Rhode a f snmpty tnkthe calcolnt-
u 8666 toa remie on thee together. Dwu- came the tree Island, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Nebraska, i machines that -ar t 'ibe found
s-s as AL E M a. All are cor- It frot of the delpant. Ballard's gnn Virginia, New York and Chicago, tne in banks and I clearin--
Swas Sulng te the middle of the clear- Socialist~ Labor party in Maaeachu- houses and I 1are so
la and bon2hs and thorns pinned the etts, ode Island, Ohio, Penesylva- ;many meehianlcalt or-a'tJin
rrtr a th rmed lasT- hntter to the ground.L Te eehant m, Virginia New York, and Indiana- workers that It i It at tges'
sa M-e l t.swerved like a anter doing the ua ,s that It al, onl
o fttv"e aas M ^mnahlpe, the ch*le nativee I te th ,u Mnnlcipal Ownership party' to realIs tint It .5, all, only
eSSl irrl. mh ape, the chief nire ft- J. Y me hansm qd not lntgrnc that is
im t g i luy o < ul nLnt did, dW not waLt. With a yell toT J N1ew Yoi ak' tae American Pat e q said an entrio.vcee at the
tao Medllcott of 'Run, boes,' he iade in Salt Lake. tent office tp a Stor reporter.
A. ~f Mr Ml cler alr Hu e a n frantic leap for a fi tree. Then the... There are six candidates for mayor "Some of time touches of what, for
a m boL e m, gY* rtY aWt ie com- elephant charged Captain MedlUct,- New P ork anD foar Ln IndianapOlls. convenlenoe, we w iay call mechanticil
VW& 's OAA* n0 141M 4Lap sce 5 who saw three feet in front of him a
a WM pt as, E#altsr Ibole n the sgoud. He didn't alt to FoliowtsOg te the nominations tor Intell) c c be du met with in vnlaion
Sk *. ia tiKate, bat dived feet first down rn dlp1 oeea nde dy the di~t ret Odd Ithe industr. i and euon
-, C. ena. ser e-I th te bole. i)s gun, wWhch be had held ia e re gral etlcotra U e relly lte uwin
SMeah ein MAWre to ca aloft Cossed the bole anl remained tion Is to be el, and the hninations c SO t I r old pwitye tu that
Jag a tea ls a T,-too% avtea etside., asnet dislocating bh arm for neyor t raTe te~re ew York: l"Thee 1 11. r ins~ oldtn to wl ill.
an. ar wlt .almostdislocting"Th 'lere I(-f9'Linstance, to Le semn in
ig &E p m a a tea **W ARi with the jerk. at aachusett. any acrew grty a different appli"la-
U alUM ,am &nae wteW em C a l "He had landed in one of the old Republican: Governmr, Curls Ouil. tion of that ;'vice. The machinery
rem w n ui a a aereuang box, mealie pits of a disused kraal, circular IJr: Lieutenant Governor, Eben 8: Dra- takes bold n a. rod of metal, pulls it
Mj. excavations about five feet high and per; Secretary of State, Willam M.. rapidly alou.i'kes the end of it tlhe
A e Nm Wa m ton U 0eighbt feet in diameter in which na- Olin. era a scrw cuts tl!
t- AJawuar e. ALt. tes empty their grain. Thikinag of Democratic:. Governor, Charles ,round n h
sA a'Sn co e o t :s Ballard, the captain crept quietly up Eartlet., IUeuntea Govcr.orr, Retry; aned or t ot in the
ahe Scowas ,10 ae &amaLa. c to the bole and listened. There was no M. Whitney; Sec-:.tary o S.a:e, Hen nd then shia ot a pefiet sctrw.
mww rk e aucn a n*. u L js*nd.U li e raised himself cautiously ry B. Little. "Ifa you i te thes thing a etily
S remp msa, a s n % inp o d nd pushed his head through the or- i Prohihitrcn: Goc!.,,r, Wi:iaJ O. making the screws the idcma trik.
W MOa lmaa em t, &&I t.&-fi, ee. The sight that met him frme Wylie; L~';ea a t Govcrncr, John ii, yon that It Is really a piece of mn.':;hn-
nMl. laiy re bstoppLin at uaI o-.ut- his blood. The elephant stood right S ;ith; Secrctary ot S:at', John I;n. but When the machine comie; to
MOl oveer him, both wicked eyes on the ,Lewis. the end of its mAterial and gives a
wath ad as he d d hs ead a Socialist: Governor. Jar.cs F. Ca- sharp. Impntient t of the bell fr
A. Weler, who with his tch, und r s be durnkfl his head aroy; Lieutenar.t G:).r, Parick the attendant to bring 1i.o-e yon (.;,n
lafe w (oe wth 5s i. on. uMQvoIns. &sinnu trunk fo!lowe:l I honey; Secr' ta'r: o Sa.yc. Chaclile ndt hlp aIng!ing and ':u!:l s<.rc !." *
tor s me weru- o, ou hini into the pit. seeking to drag him C. Hi:ch oc:i. e tlpriuif. wh n t e man ea l
A.le1ooa Laer r .tL soae u. from the bIle like a trout from tile Sciai.so Labor: G.,e:':'r, Wi-
SW A&nM1M. '&Ue byt&L bowe tliut, with another rodT. C::e 11v %e: .....
t Atftir a a er-w &, ~p e to Au. stream. He began dodging the trunk liam H. Carroll Lictenan Govsrno, wit another rod. the b'-iy se`-': ..-
wher MrAM. W ~-e .a .u.c.& nder It, pas it, behind it, rimnd the t'homas F. EreLn"an- Srcrztary or maker gave himn a sharp rep:'indndl :" :
Smsu rihtna -awt ater uraO.. edge of the pit, into the center, now ats Moriiz E. ru.ner. attefn!oi an( l dl!:ttorines.4. o In r. it
Crashed -agalat the walls and missiug Rhcdc lland. :rnyld of oqute pn ic.l to Mf cne. it d
A L UsI*I lo"al manager of tLae it ... ,. ..., tould be quite prnti to make it d'>

m & 4 ew. --r-- rn-- o --- i -- t a 4ill, Irounau an U I r lI anU
lftMD e ow Co. reaune to L '-a rndtothepolntofe haustiou. Umb- Republician: Gv. ;r. G:re I. so.
SYta agt atLer an ava ce O-i lope. the native tracker, from his Utter, Lieuteran. .. .rar, "Frede "The machine by which railway tick-
oem A weeks- pent a mouuavleW, ,li point of vantage in the trw saw the lick H. Jat -.ry of Stat,' eta are printed give- another nuw'-:;:
SS & Mr. Lghey aW-eu at ua elephant drag faith in triLiph ev-e:y eharl t P : ( Lltte sh cf Intll e or w't lo
ueL retL theever got hUm an aLa&eL article of clothing the luckle. cptat Ga Lcct a .raor, i.Ja. to he very like It. Railway: t!ck.'ts a:re
%V lmowMero vacM lire mir~d r a thad worn. The tuqker \waved them in H. Taursiaa; rcriar'y cf Sta:c, large sl ets and o f: Ac: n t ui). The
h ** "~ - j iw w a ij ii adn w orn. T he taiker w paved the m. in -a- r of S ta no n t be i :
wl ner veM racsadm t eo sa kid tuI the air and then stamped on them. Frani E. Fit .iif ( ..and
as ghad t4o g bac.k "'About this time the native heard a p b ;bi-n: i 'ieri.or. Pernon '. rardboard IE cut into tickets fi~:t. :.l
groan from Rlli:rd. pinioned under Helme, Li-ittna' iJ r, l!orac, they are pr)'ted one by ci.e :f'erwr:,l.
Th asembers of The Jornal's forct the thorn tree. Perceiving that if one M. Raljh: S:crtr t.r: of tc, \mi- "The little hrlnk cards arre put in a
wh were at*La* sy yellow lever of the white mep should survive lhe. :am H. H i':on. pile n a Iknd of perp"ndlcular spot,
& ao w *early ait returned to work, Tmblope. would he called to account oc ?'~st Lah:r: Ccvcrn-r. Thomas and the n.achlne slips a bit of metal
CIElAast Mamnaer Sweet resumed for his inactivity. be slid quietly down l -ieik, L:e''t-nft (;Xv-rnor. Day- ttderne
bhi ugas ta. week and Presimaau from his tree and. Unseen by the ele- i J. Moran: S. r.'tar, of S tie, Hvcr- natd punshs out the lowest ticket in
W. 4eakas and Ap preace Wuae phant at off to the nearest krnal for ett 1. Bowers. -A th!" pile. to i) printed and consecutively
a reree to ter work lat assistance. Whn IhIlp arrived some ocl.: 'c r numnibrre
L. ALt ias Stert aoper tober time later. the tusker was one. B arl- nt cr. I.- L 't 'at Governor, John "It is cf no use trying to print a bad
t es vt yetaabg nicely. The oul r tela was areaced from the hush. wwre Hinma S teikrt. T!:e anclhine fnnd- out an ilm-
td e as e ta a g aleely. Tiet he lay seriously injured, nnd the next Ir F. homas. pe~-:t 1 I n nItntIl nd flitly
be are all glad to be at work aain 1 oe was toward the melle pit. Calls Chic. rcfu.as to have anything to do w.ith
guJ Tn Jwral is doubly gLad to, T wI
h e Jurbag am.e om.sy gad j to eOee out brought no respon Tilen Repubhcar: C- vc-nor. ,y-on T. It
Stwo wa-o ss arrioea deacendd and eoon 1 hu- HeTrrick; Licuicrnan (!-vPrn,.r, An'rew, "these are simple instances of a
-| aa shape, with nothing European L. Harr:s; Attorneo-Ge-heral. Wade H. gowd imitaIon of Watchfnlness and dis-
AlAr a Bol Oaha' Keatacky about it but the beet, was paned to Elli criminiation--indeed, the latter looks al-
d twrt e bewe which he recetly pum- the rf ace. Te captat wa caked Dcmccratic: G ve.:nrr, John M. most like conscientious care. They af-
hed thesftd aived last eight. and thr head to ankle with red clay and Palitcn: LIc:t:an Gave-rnar, Louis ford a droll suggestion of the trained
Mhe ownr epc to drive the aWI- prsplration. The two Europeans were L Hu"kk; A"torey-Gsneral James A. Intelligence of the learned pig or tlhe
S al or te &at t ime today. The hoisted on to im prvid stretchlrs of Pr ice. n-rn: Aaron S ndo and we may And vari-
heme is a teone sad attracted a battle and carried oe. One was ex- PWt I tn n rn"r Willls ous degrees of the same. At the Unit'ed
gm at deal f ttenti as It was being hat ted after his three hours corneal, Waiter S. Stuines for r oinst thy have weighigs ma-
taken tm the ear to the stable yes- lage and the other was not quite re Lister.
Sterdar It ahe has the appearance o which bone in his body was the most Socialis: Governor, Is3dore Cow- to deny a very acnte intelligence. The
b ilm speedy, and the lovers of opletely smashed." n; Lieutenant Goc-ror. Walter G., mint apparatus Is more remarkable of
he hsL f Se n l the city w!l not, Guntrop; Attorney-G 1Cral. John C. the two.
be satis ed m t thevae a oncee' M4 als 4 by the mt Madden. "The new coins at the mints, how-
to ee aJt what time Alderman Di you ever renre any conje'ti.f iacialist Labo-: Gcvernor John E. ever, are sometimes a trifle over
Lnasto bow mtgratory birds manage tu leigcr; Lieutenant Governor. John L, weight, while sometimes, of course,
keep up their flight in a dte north dl- 'they are under, so it is necessary to
In thew days of adalterated foods reaction after niahtl It has been prov ort them out in three categories-light.
ed that on clear Alghts they often heavy and good. This delicate busi-
it Is IM1to tame the are kinds. Blu l et ir nn ba at t" 1n he an 1 1 w d ay o
S"wieng their narhrthen tiht- in the i ness is done with unerring precision
Sne LR and Vanilla Extrac' atmopre tr m'o abovy,| TrHAT TSATIFr by a long row of wonderfully clever
w made f 1te Ba tural fruit a : the earth's surftce. This being true. little machines.

arf absdl.y par'e.

A Lm n aae fantetd h the etbr
dBy WhUe a0J was c-Ocharging the
bely. 1 ejr weas sainmg -TYou
g- the eteatnts o the wit-
ue aw-s -fI w1 oght" the w er -
ee fkdo. later tm it wm t

It is clear that guidance by the topog- -- t "Into these machines sngle plles o
raphy of the country is out of the ques- sh ing new colas are put, and quite
tion. How. the:, are they able to keep antomateally the mechanism takes:
their beaks pointed touwardthe north j each cln. pts It tnto the sale ant in
pole? T'" scientiUc ornitbllogist a tfractFio orer two see --at the rate
comen tc thie rease with the declara- l eo tweaty-te a Mrste-weighe it. If
tion that they are gItded by e t sar the ceta is Mght tKe. machine shoots
and in support of bhlolntoa cites a j it its p-eper receptale; If heavy,
evidence the fact that when the stan* to another, and Iit tI of correct
Share obscured by clouds the birds be- w rigbt or with a ausi., as tbe call
come bewildered and at once seek ie *.*" R t, It it pushed tate a thri fsaea liS,"
round. -- t-Washington Star 1


-, ,, 1

TO Dam

You will gner gt well and strong, bright, hap-
hearty and free from pain until you build up your
institution With a nerve refreshing, blood-making
ic like

It Makes Paild-Ceeks Pink

It is a pure harmless, medicinal tonic, made from vegetable
dients. which believe female pid and distre s such as headache
bache bowel ache, dizziness, cls, scanty or profuse mense-
, dragging don pains, etc.
It is a building, strength-making medicine for women, the a
icine that is certain to do you gbod Try it
Sold by every dnigest in $1.00 bottles

ly and fradkly, Imn tricit Po af mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jmone, f
e, telng us aB W s Pptoms and Gdaatin, Tenn.:
es. We vd sad bfr adi "For since taknt Cardul I hme
pbin aeaed omw pe), how to Sdnaed J5 lb.,uandain better heath
thnm. Addrew: Ladl' AdvmLy tdan for the pmt 9 years. I tell my
t., The rhlnttw Irwm dlrCo., huband that Cardu is werth it
ttnu a, Tern. w t IR ld to d suWerg dbM."

camp has been in charge of Surgeon T R T
Banks, of the marine Hospital Service, I
and all who nave had occasion to Itop
excellent treatment accorded them. IH L W IAS C THE FIRST

Amastan Remarks ltelh Were MtL
s'ie n rt- Itendrd. SCO. W I -
Part of ie humne:" which one occa-
I nahlly nieets with even in the sedate
tesw it's l h is donuet07e t oite OTHE SEASO?
Inv-losure of the pu'pits is due to" the
queer texts which are sometimes, often .
iinconscioubily, chosen by preachers. No
doubt there are many stories told un-
der this bend whicli owe their origin AdislL Boa' tO V r
not to actual fact so nmecb as to tilhe b l Ba U IS-
Invention ot the w.1g. For exanimpc. R ft
a minister ou the Sunday before his SoW BWI n 1 4W FLORIDA SYRUP, per
uirriage is snid to have chosen as his Monda O.. .. .
text, "And he went on his way rejoic-Mo ........
ing." and on the Sunday after his h on- FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES, per
eyinoon to have elio;Iuently discoursId It will be good news to the patrons .Dozen.. .. .. .... .. .........2
on the wordMs Ilteueber my bonds." of the PensacolaClassical School to
These itntances are probably apoc- learn that the Institution will begin its IMPORTED MESSINA LEMONS,
ryphal, but the following are true and fall and winter term Monday, Nov. 6.en.. .. .. .. .. .. ..25
have all come within the experience of The following announcement by Prof. p Doe........... 25o
the Wrriter. It was in the :iortlh of Armstrong is self-explanatory: NEW FLORIDA PAPERSHELL
England tbat the first incident hap- School Will Open. PECANS, per lb. 15 and.. ....20C
peld. It was a <'ointr.;i clhrwlh o At a meeting of the Advisory Board
oil lamps 'Were uolt itnstel of a. I ofthe Pensacola Classical School, on' 19 POUNDS OF GRANULATED
One irtghtkH the late summer when Ot. 30, it was decided to begin the SUGAR STILL GO FOR THAT
the lamps had not yet been resuiited next (sixth) annual session of the SAME.. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..$100
after the long days it got sudde(il.ly school on Monday, November 6.
overcast, and before the sermon it was H. CLAY ARMlSTRONG.
deemed ne-e::l.ry. to li.'lht the pulpit Principal.
namp. I)tu'ing ltho !-:.i the ohl sex-
tn r(pni id te l p'Illpt';', hving. in t he Otber nqet. A A
cleaned the "gIss er. lit it up. lpU l :i.v fi iliht striig- said tle country storekeeper. painfully
Ughi tlhrnuthl. And ti, the tclergyilan recounting the pile of pennies in his
to )k hi.- tet, whi ; w. : thii:;. "And hand. "It'a a cent out .of the way."
n:,vw we s'c th!'oaghii a ghlss darklyy" "Oh, never mind," retutped the munlfl- |ml_
A few v,.:,:::; : ., ve!l ki')wn lhish- cent summer boarder. "But it's my
op tnir-:oil dhi: s'() v'ife ;a.1l. ret- cent," was the moving rejoinder. .-... -
tur'nifig l_:'' .;,(e'' I: s hon vyiann. :nm- Sometimes it does happen to make a
n; 'nci -a -'ies of se.n :is, the title difference if we know who owns the i
of 1 t:rn." li:: w;as ohvi-usly uninten- story of a man who, early on Monday
tij.1:l. morning, came to the assistant tre s- IG dst cker tA
cl:''r" i :- r.':-" i i' -no of our lar n ur'er of it church. UI U)IsuIrd Vse
ci:;es v.;:! ;. : of a; veryN: lis h pI1- "I attended service yesterday," said
1)4. A sI' ,rt time ;: > a st:';inge lprcach- he, "and I made a mistake when you New
er. who w: o,)t n Ir'v )us te:nl'pc-a- took up the collection. I had a penny
nmet, occupied this pulpit, but, as the nnd a five.dollar gold piece In my pock- I a
s 1ei('l w1l s' ow. only fo:- a very short et. I think"- la l xLcUhUae.
timle, for. having taken Insli text anId HIere hli stopped to take breath, and 0
said abhWt : (' 1Ten worse he started the other man interrupted him with All flrst-cl:ss, rubber-tired vehicles
lhii not used 1; ; 1: ; i ;i as tilis. y,)u that complaint before. Somebody was PENS COLA, FLA.
nwill p:ir:', .': '. I !:;; )w. if I cfime down rlwnys l notingg a five dollar gold piece.
rnd prt'e:h :'iy sroonl fr)un the lec- "I think you are mistaken," said lie. -
tern." Ie .'-1:te his : ti;l i to the "We had no five dollar gold pieces in AAinmnm. |a-!--l-
words r.nd peace a l n ve good ser SEunday's collection." IUHLL \
mnm fr'oi the im:'. tI.:s. was hi. strn.av-ly p-ipriiat text. cet at." said the old gentleman. "You wn Rd AOt N .
''I!e t!:- exialt(eth Ii:..: a'If shall lo ouzht to ha-ve ii:'l one. I meant to put w
:.i. ;:: 2..e' that lhumiblleth h;elliliim-e ine in the la>-.ket, but I made a mis- .. ... .
shall le e;vlted." t:'ke and dropped in the penny instead. I
O() ::..',i ;s-ic'e: Not :n:;y mIn;;iis I e.' is the ;okl piece."-Youth's Corn.
ago a 4l:*:. sinli pro:rl<-:ld inc Stn -: :!y !) ion.
Pev(Pip' fr;:i the t,. t."'My vwod..s s;:I11
not pass v.way." EIx:.-t'y, a firtn.i;lht en rtt,:i sp oa Wthalee.
later tle sam(- ('clerym:i i= p'reAched t When a fish, as the whalers will
s,n:e sxer.mon from the s.ini text in for;'er call a whale, is taken, the ship
tle same c.hrch. to the wonh('rlmn !'nt of et a;lon;.ide. and the creature is fixed
pi'acticallv the s; m eongregati.n. o.- head and tr.il n a curious and ancient
idlently it w'is his deteminination that fashion, so that by slacking or tighten- _
at iny rate ..is words should not pas., InX the ropes each part of the vast
away from the me:!,,)ry of his hce-rers. ildy can be brought uppermost. A Every school ho'; must be out-



Sw-nole bont may be seen in2;sie the
I giant mouth, the men hacking with
axes to slice away the ten foot screens i
Sof bone, while others, with marp
spades, upon the back are cutting of
the deep great coat of fat in which
kindly nature has wrapped up this
most overgrown of her children. In
a few hours all is stowed away in the
tnnks., and a red islet, with white prove
jecting bones, lies alongside and sinks
like a stone when the ropes are loosed.
Some years ago a man, still linger-
ing on the back, had the misfortune
to have his foot caught between the
creature's Rtm at the instant when the
tackles were undone. Some eons hence
those two skeletons, the one hanging
by the foot from the other, may grace
the museum of a sabtroplcal Green-
land or astonish the students of the
Spitzbergen Institute of Anatomy.-
*waea ULke Soewai.
Secretary Seward was an Episeepal
an, and this story is told: On one of
the occasions when Preeldet Liacole
patience was tried by a seft appointed
adviser, who get warm a54ned stiren
language, Mr. Lincoln JIrrAm pt'im
by saying, -"ou are an i plln,
aren't your AAnd when Ptaekd wh IPe
to-rt so he mid, -oua mwer jit
like Stewad, and hr Is." That w
Mr. elab 's way of ettla rUM a
eCh a the-





With the money saved in
having you' Shirts Lauw-
dered here-our method
of laundering lengthen,
their ife-makes them
wear a half to double the
time when done by the
ordinary laundry.

The Star Steam
1 L G.s at. Pbere 114
*i .

fitted about now for the fall
term. Boy.i-the right kind .)f
boys, with plenty of life in them
-need Suit.i of cast iron to
withstand the service given
them. -
Here is where we have a
word to say: Boys' Cfthing to
wear must be made well. of
6ood materials buf all the superb
fabrics in the world won't give
service if the places where
strain comes are not reinforced
and properly sewed. Because
our Bbys' Clothing is so made,
we avy it is

Best by Test"
If you've tried our kind, you
know; but if not. for what your
boy needs, come 'in. We've
Suits. Caps, Shirts, Shoea,
Stockings, Extra Trousers, or
- ng and everything in Boyf


Proh 297
Cor. MI and PadWoi Su



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msd K wiNaA e.aL k J*UUU AL>11 r ja*lAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31, 1905

I g *p SAl) O7 -*ENSACOLA w
...- C---- 'Ime
C Aract M rSMayor Bliss of Pensacola, is awakeI
-- -8 I- -W11M I mMMtI u ta Character i an abstract proposi- if th 1tate of tPorida could an- t) the interests of his town and sueo-:
tion, or generic term. W nt the ua- Uounce to.-Oi, taat she had drained pie. as is atteried by his wiring an
--l* l learned speak of tiw qca ter of a the wrer gades and had six millions! I,'vitation to the, strenuous Teddy t-o
--E 3 AkeL. C. "ma-n they mean -e thkig; of the char- of vrgin lands to offer there would sit Pensacola. Mayor Bliss believes N E
SA CuMaANT acter of a woma. saot r thing, and be a rush to convert them into or-: hat the pres.n.ce TedJy would dr.ve
d -_ ,,, ,, yet character, ivegted of its superli chards and gardens. But this is be- Madam eonmyia out of business
cm m to. s y M cial meaning is entitled to a deflm- cause mankind knows the productive tla Penacoia.-1Milligan Herald. s
t f ion far superior. capacity f land; we h'ave been taugX-! W LA
Never before has the writer deemed through all the -agef that callous must Glad to H--ar of it.
--U-- T AA it necessary, prudent, wise or advis- tt on the products ob the soil and! Hon.J. EnmeL Wolfe, of Pensacola, i
able to voice his settmeaUm t with ref- we instiqctiv-y mtubcribe to the due has been anuointed a3 private .cr1046- 04"
Si r erence to a particular Individual, un- trine. It is no denial of this experi-, tary to Gov. Broward ,o succeed 'd.
SA less said individual's life on this mun- ence that a Vanderbilt falls as a tarm- A. Brown. who resigned! to a cept a
-" "it_ s dane sphere contains something with- er; we do not Waver In our faith he- pcsiti n of sheriff of Duval county.,
t i..**** I S In it that demanded an apology, cause crops are cAt down by lad -\*r. Wolfe 'ias many irren ... W-eak........... W Happy indeed, does the opportunity weather, by insects or y iight. 14. 5B -OWi.g 0 thrust itself across the path way of But we need to be taught that an, of it who will b(e glad o hear of hi. It Will 1
life's pleasant journey along the yetl-acre of semi-tropical sea water is o.t:l fortune in secur;ng this poi'ti'.-n
"0 l ll a low fever tainted streets of Pensaco- worth as much as an acre of jertile vhih he is no wl oi:lifled o fil- Hardw
a, with a proud Spanish history, and land. There la ample dersicnstration ,HaFuniak B-Oeze. ,
US amYw Pi A .W WICH A DAI-SS )n the record fresh in the memory O: of this fact from experience, an I we' * *
PhW M WH" A 1T fAU or hher creole population of such disti n-eed not argue or quote theoris that Journal's High Standard.
UifUSTU -g gM T AN Sd 5 CURE guished professional gentlemen, sclen- owe their value mainly , the Tht Ptensacola Joirnial is to be cc(n
tists and experts in the career for weight of some great name; we know ratulated on the a t: i; ; i o value i *
S_ which they have been fitted, to-wit: that millions are annually tak.n from members of the staff. Perc. Hayes ai
Doctors Robert B. S. Hargis, James the waters of the Chesapeake and that Ben Thomas, who were bh. h taken v, ry
I$& SL S. Herron, Bouvier, and many other "water-farms" are productive all ovt' ill with yellow fever whil- in perfcrnm- *
-- distinguished practitioners of their the wor'l when skillfully managed ance oof their dutis, have entirely\ r-
PENSACOLA. FL)MIDA, TUESAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1905 age; that one of our city's most re- Baltimore feels the dlepletion of he-: covr:-l. DP-'t- the 'nost dli iraig-
now spected and honorable citizens should waters imoe than het great fir, as a ing d(ifflu ic' -. The .Journ al has main Of f
## nomins for the mayoralty of G t have plucked from neathh the bows o0tdrawback on her future and her ;-a :nne( its ha .j :ar ard as o(e 'f 'Fa
Ioinees for the mayoralty of Greater the magnolia of the Pelican State, pers teem with exhortations- fo)r sc:i th b(-.t :p in the ate.- .
-6-- New York the fight will be between grand old Louisiana, one of her fair- tific treatment of tnem. O()" siatu wr gustin:. R cord!.
t s tt follow birMS i (eo. B. McClellan. William M. Ivins eat of daughters. books are burdened with laws I)r,; * *
and William R. Hears representing This fair lady of the Pelican Stae' tect these water-'arms. :., c n.-u ;c- Electric Park for Negrees.
S aftyh e l.0the Democratic, Repubcan and Muni- is none other than Mrs. Eugene ports furnish national ind .r emnent of: T aLei" tilk of thm Te. ninal Co;.
Sthe D ocratic, Rep and Mun Arbona. The mention or her name in the view that should be acco il b y of Pensaola eur.-ng -nr E
Ce ek *W cial Ownership parties reppectvely. this community is to mention the all. ric Park in that ('.; a- a nrsort or
SmA t S 1 o It is generally conce,.ed that the Re- name of a guardian angel of many The only argument urged i? that these :eo colored people.-Mad.son New En',-
*q ^ c i, pablicans have but little chance and that have been visited by the dreaded products cannot be shipped eycp" terpr:se. I
S Merm HeM. the act tha the Dmocrats are get disease, that now, or has very recei.t- where easy access is afforded to * *
F 0 *gi tighe fact th the democrats are rget- l infested the fair City of Pen sa- means of transportation.' Tne ice Governors Two Secretaries. Co
The e.n^'s0"nk S t < W* utfg tired of the way tSings are run I cola. the Deep Water City of the 0ult may be manufactured by improv- A peculiar tri-cly ir.cident is re-
WiD iS cISind t' dBnder Tamany rule is evident. Under of Mexico. ed machinery, but the food that ported in the Florida news of the da'. Omco--o.
W*mls rJam r *til such circumstances it would hardly Sfe has nursed without oompensit-s cheapest and most healthful It is to t p o thtt M. A. Brow' l
* IS be surprising It Mr. Hearst .shouldse-I tion; her services were offered with-Jto civilized man must reacr hi; late secretary to the governor is ine;:-
.. be .surpring if Mr. Hearst should out solicitation; they were readily ac-i table within short tim i after it is igible to position of sheriff of Duva' .
sure the greatest number of ballots, cepted because of the well kDown; harvested. Here has been tne obsta county to wnich he had been appoint /
especially in view of the fact that the ability of this excellent lady; they cle to one phase of Florida's develop- ed by Governor Broward. The law
lrhd Muanicipal Ownership propaganda has were praised because her duties were ment; an objection that the world makes a man who holds the office of
drawn largely from the ranks of both well performed; they were blessed be- should now be informed has been en- supervisor of registration ineligible
r- Too l oacause she was on the side of God. tirely removed. to any other office for the period of'
pa T Oatow.t old parties. From a distance the ne is sick today. On the gulf coast most of the shore six months after the close of his scr-
IUe public ea iso ol the city will eha ees of Mr. Hearst seem especially She is a yellow fever victim. line is now accessible to rail trans- vice in that capacity. The governor.,
~ei tamlorriw wit nearly a fll bright. .And why? Because she gave her portation, and the rest can be easily :.vrlcoking this pertinent tact, 'n-i
Cors o at ,and .t dt life for others. and cheeply reached w-enever the (lder-took lo commission him as sheriff
a wel olm twbcrs prwle ao will. TBh United states Supreme Court Will she live? The answer is a need is evident. The w....k of the east and at the same time tendered J EH.-j
-a count iof the avecedof eose of iIs her reward, and the answer comes work is being rapidly pushed uprn the private secretary thus made vacant.'
the pupils fom the city. will everJamion, reversed the decision of back quickly and presently, sweet, small remainder. And ye- it is with, It wouMd scem to be the a rather em-,
S the Judge Speer, in the District Court of pure, and blessed: "Well done, to the sma gap that the sensation barrassing situation for the governor,
7W n a e i ia s -into themat-. the United States lor the Southern tgo4d and faithful servant. God is comes; with the line across the keys and his two secretaries. Just how it
The Journal has gee tato the at-, District of Georgia. This was a case wise." to Key West the farthest extremities will be adjusted remains to be seen-- -
ar the safety of i in which the appellee, upon convictions God is good: God ais ust; God is of our continent will be bound to- Tampa Times.
the peniMt of the s*oos at th e time generous: God is true. gether, and it Is not too muc to say* *
of an offense in a local court, was sen- a Thy will, nt mine small be done." that a new Florida will be placed upon Pensacola Smiles.
vm of ry ths ou n sam.wi.th I. s tenced to pay a fine or to be commit-, As a martyr to the yellow fever epi- the map. It ia not only that the' There is complaint up north and our
result of Its o r witc tettA, to the county chain-gang. His'demic in Pensacola, as a heroine with- scenic effects will be new; Europe has wct of an earl; winter. But is makes
l *'Sdat bad varkI byaiaa discharge was directed by Judge out a crown, as a servant without her planned for years to bridge the chan- Pensacola smile a smile that wont
f the city, it feels that there is 3o Speero the grounds, aMong others, reward, as a Christine without a prom- nel between England and France, but come off.-Miami News.
ds- .. w-8peer s e the tround -amon others ise, there are none greater, none more the dream is still as far from realiza- *
that he was subjected to infamous pun- deserving of a crown of glory, or a tion as when Napoleon lay at Boulogne An Inhuman Outrage.
T hool m y i fro a. s to iaent without due process of law. place of distinction, than the pure, and sighed for the island he might not A recent investigation has brought
3 p. ia., and thete Is no ore danger The Supreme Court ordered the case noble, uncompensated, and most lv- touch. With :.us it Is different-a out the fact that there werc cases o'
of m oquito infection at the school remanded, with directions to quash able of women, Mrs. Eugene Arbona. bridge oft steel rails ,s leaping from yellow fever in New Orleans as early,
es during tho hours than there nded wth d qua A FRIEND. 'island to Island and closing the gaps, in the present year as the 26th day of
Is a. the hes of hild them the writ of habea corpus and dismiss some of themilKore than twenty miles May ar.d the health officers of that
S the e of the children them-the appellee's petition. YELOW FEVER COM AR18ONS. wide. We do#Oct need the Govern-, city inhumanly kept the fact concea!-
ea feel no hesitancy n a Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 30, 1 ment; private,qcapital does the work ed and nermitted an excursion of tnve
Sfeel o hThe propretors of the Live Oak en o. with us. ., hundred people from Pensacola to vls-
IigOrcke !The Pensacola Journal: And a -'aeu lorida isopened-fields :( them and circulate all lrouga the!
twl i chidr to enter school eDemocrat will, on November 7, begin In your issue of yesterday (Sunday p a ate Floridat nropaented--fiel y ithenh cnquen ar kon n
toimrow. It ia tree. the fever has the pubHcation of a daily newspaperI morning) you printed a table compar-the oe a Kollaqd had guarded her the world and cal for the several
mot yet been entirely eradicated, but and. with that end in view, have se-ing te yellow fever of 1882 with 190e ocean from the same enemfguarded her to punishmentd ca for the inhuman outrage. I
te school boumes ought to be just as cured the srevices of J. 0. La Fon- I agree with you that interesting con-, s ic crops hp oysters and fish and -St. Andrews Buoy.
clusions 'nay be drawn frm tigcoress .icw crops.,ht oyster an ih and -St. Andrews Buoy.
al dliatag the middle portion of the tisse, formerly city editor of the d e t th crawhih is the S southern D *
4 MAnY OtherPlacma.is.the.citY..Jacksonville Times-Union.wo lobster, are J-.Aiqnous. it needs only !Not so "Dangersome.'
whowillI have about decided should a case of that sin e _ntrol our management Upo datePesaola has had 4t
mad the ebaces of fatectlon are very have charge of the news department. yellow fever develop in my family to ,, increase the consumption; that we cases of e llow fever. Of these 400
I. ... T to th 'eude1 to increase the consumption; that we cases of yellow fever. Of these 400
remte. The Democrat has always been one of revert in treating to the methods anl!do not destroy the wealth of the sea got well and 64 died. Not such a very
The opening of the schools has been'the best weekly newspapers in thel instructions of my esteemed and to our hurt as we have destroy the, "dangersome" disease after all. -Mi-
delayed until it Is b leHed that all.state and The Journal, in predicting I do ot wish to appear to be criti- forests and game of the an. Each! mi News.
Is pan,. and now thak they are'that its daily issue will be fully aprisi do not wis to apear to octe" .of these islets should become the cen-;
r i pa and now th ey arethat ts dly sue will be fully rising our health oicers or doctor r of flourising industries wih the Occasioned No Surrise.
open there should and will no doubt to the high standard that has been and do accept the mosquito theory o raw materials growing in the neighbor- J mmet Wolf of Pensacola as
be a geerous attendance and someIC maintained heretofore, congratulates communication, a:d though I ha.! hood waters-sources of food supply J. Eapinmet W private secretary toas,
hard wor. to mac, up for lost time. i contemporary upon its enterprise t b man of our cii- the indefinite multiplication ofour. Governo Broward. The appointmcin .t
and evident prtspertm). Suercss t zn tnhot the fumigation as carried p'opulation In all tn? L,) cern" Thls of Mr. Wofre has occasioned no 4(1r-
Phila~lphia ofcials organize com-'.the Live Oak Dail, Democrat on is in some instances a menace o the economic mission o ltiv ra prise, as it was generally believed th at
pnies and award said ompelies all life. The table you print Inclines m ese tel it wil g lueti as he would be the ucky one.-Palatka
the best municipal contracts at out- The Mr. Plammer who withdrew to the belief there Es sometaling ami-s has turned the wilde.rne.ss of the land *i .
uwgeous prices. This Is better than from the race for the New York dis- re n ere Is esoeat cusrate fort into a garden. Accepted, of Course.
ter aplna ofnly gotrta t to out- trhet attorneyyhip in favor of M ear is far in excess of 1882. In 1882 For Your Consideration .I. Emmet Wolfe. a prominent poli- A VI
iers and only getting -af of the Jerome is evidently no relation to your table shows we had 2.348 case You may ha'e th.. fitest goods in ticiau of Pensacola, was appointed as UI
polls. Film. of yellow fever and 197 deaths, abour the world, the fin"., store, the bcta privago secretary to Governor Bro- j
1-3 per cent., and this year .27 cases k he bet deliver sen a ward last Monday.Of course he accept
A__ r I~ eI~ F ~ aThe manufacturers of sulpur sticks and 77 deaths, about 14- per cent. eor Tthe best d't v h eni the appointment. Doubtless we've H
Altf~rUncalled For and pyrehlin,, powder are about due ""-, nr cent. more than in 1882 be will it do you if no 'oneiknws ofii ed?, a ehla.t of J. Emmet.-Quincy u wej|
on HeC OidaIS. to invest in private ya,.hts and star: fore we knew anything about the 1 Absolutely none to Tnd i imes. I
The uncalled for. ill-tImed. sad al- south to spend the winter, and her habits. Merely by trading with you? Ho.v Good Man for Place.
egether reprehensible attack made The C.ai ma. let have to crawl out Iad the death rate been as great long will it taike for the town to find .- Hlon. J. Emuet Wolfe, of Pensacola,'
pthe p .nsibe attack madei n Ca ma. u nS2 as this year toiere would 'iave''
ey the Pensacola New yesterdayIfrom under the bed at Tsarskoe-Selo been 343 instead of 197 deaths or 14 out by that method? Months, maybe has accepted the position of private
Dpon Dr. Porter and the other health and make a run for it. more. If the death rate was n;t ADVERTISE and the whole town entered uDon th> duties of the office.
ials was strictly in line with the .. ........... more this year than in 1882 we ..woul will known it IN ONE SINGLE DAY. He is a good man to the place.-Mad- .

*bole policy of that paper since the have 44 instead of 77 deaths or 33 less Ever think of that? ison New Enterprise.
vo was discovered in this city. T egrasTowa P ted p r and on the ratio you take showing we LEGAL I
ever was discovered n this city. I would have S452 instead of 527 cases
The News's editorial was, in fact. hg September, 1905, at the present death rate we wo-12i Heroimni In Anlmala. I M Funny one." bon
cbarterized by only one e ceptional ToatO of now have had 1236 ,eat.hs. Animals are capable of wIht we The "funny" bone, or "crazy" bone, TREASURY
farre--it wa.s titter written than' Now I do not pretend to say thail should call heroism in man. In one as it Is commonly called, is in reality of the Sune
e reit wa h uff written t prants : 5 fumigation has anything to do with fieldwas a donkey. in another a horse. no bone at all, but a nerve. and its pe- Sgton D C
the mot of the stuff which it print the deati rate nor would I attribu,.e Through the first went a mastiff an1l culitr name. of facetious origin, is a tEALED PRC
lanicating 't4,:er that considerable i' to the nursing but since it is agreed made for the ass. seized him by the pun on the word "'humerus." the cylin- ceived at this
Utme was sner.' on the effort or th:.; medical science has enabled physi- throat. pulled him down. and that ,o drical bone which runs from the shoul- :n. the 27th
Me one outside of the office who I clans to treat nearly all diseases more s lenly that the donkey looked like- der to the elbow, the ulnar nerve pass- of a Hospit
on oi d knoh better was responsible CO PIESI successfully in the last t-wenty yesarss of a Hospta,
t t, know better was responsible an exClanation from some of the d~ec- ly to be killed. The horse in the next hlg around it. Rosa Quarat
r it. or a vra of ors wo fd be interesting. field leaped the hedge dividing the The nerve in here superficial and Florda, n ac
ft is pro;wr to staRe howev r. that In !SS2 Dr. R. B. S. Hargis told mei two pastures, collared the dog with therefore comparatively unprotected, and specifcatic
t such attack is Pn!orsed byr the t I he could ke p the death rate doIr' his teeth, swung him and like a base- so that it may be easily compressed, be had, atthe
e sof this c .n It do not voice p o to the low water mark among his p3- ball player caught him on the fall- and then a blow upon it causes a vng Archte
their sn:irmnt in ohe remoteit rev oDAIL t w pents with proper nursing, and in tte with his heels. The mastiff was whisk- strange tingling sensation in the course office or to
ir senmnts in he remotest re onh of September when three 'f ed over the hedge which the horse of its distribution, which is felt as far command, at
aspect. and srt. *s only to illustrate tie The f olowing Cgures show The Pen my family were stricken and I had had just crossed, and the donkey was away as the little finger. The humerus JAMB
endaci- :1 headedness with ,cola ournas circulate for e the ood luck to secure the service of left in peace to recover from his has been the occasion of humor in oth-
which ;h i al': ofa.; ,:.s have in such da during the month of Sepem- 'b- an experienced elderly woman as wounds, ers, for Locker wittily writes in "A 26cts-e
Ees ha- c >iren 1o40. wthl the average number o0;. nurse he :old me at the outset to rts: Old Muff," published about 1740:
It :. a ~it h' ae ews could not cps aily: easy as he knew the nurse and couhli He cannot be complete in aught I estate
S a iNewsould not P 1, 5000 Sept. 16 almost: guarantee there would be no; Merely Wiaed to Know. ho not humorously prone.e Nti
,"0e 16. 5,300 Who is not humorously prone.
serv-. -' f, n of spleen un;tl after pt. 2, 5,000 Sept 17, 5,550 death in my house from yellow fever, "Miss Passay." he said. "there is A man without a merry thought
the fever hais :I 'i radicated At a S 3, 5,200 Sept. 8, and there was not, but he was treat- something I have for some tihee wish- Can hardly have a funny bone. creditors,os
4,e when tho heal'ih an lives of our Sept. 4, - Sept t. 5,300 in, quite a number of cases who cou:dl ed to ask you." peronst the
pple anwh :h, cnlrhan l interes eptf o. 5, 5.000 Sept. 20 5300 not get the proper nursing and among Oh," se gasped. 'm so glad-that A Lifth e' Eatt. tit t
p, ,""Oh, she gasped. "-' m- glad--thte them within t'
po the -,, 1 < ne uchi at stake, Sep 6 5.000 S ept. 21 5,250 hese patients principally deaths oc- is, --I mean. is it anything person- Science Siftings tells us that if we se
S.the c '.a -uch e, pt. 7. 50 Set. 22, 5,22 curried al'"-Chicago Record-Herald. could see the amount of food one would signed.
would seten. h" a newspaper which Sept 8. 5.200 Sept. 23, 522 I not in the habit of penciling consume in a lifetime pass before Oct. th,
tad any of 'h,- ::n-re-'s a' heart or Sept 9. 5200 Sept. 24, 50 y thoughts for newspapers and only i the sight would be quite appalling. If 24octoaww.
Whicl: ;, ,--i-. anh proper con- Sept. 10l. 5-o Sept. 25,do so now as it seems the death rateIft .
thicn .- an proper con-Sept Spt. 2 ., j.. is left unexplained or oerlooed. Passenger (on caon liner of the fu-i a man lived seventy years, he would
ion : : cud som ehow Sept. 1, 5.300 S. 50 s Yo urs truly o turet--Will you please direct me to' consume during that time about 100 M
ana iTempered d, 5300 Sept. 27, 5.250 S. J. GONEALEZ my stateroom It'N o. 727. Clerk- four pound loaves of bread a year, or By virtd o
until d r in is paed. e 13, 300 Sept 2, 550 Its about half a mile aft. Take trolley a total of 7.000 substantial loves. Of Hon. PSU s
tr. untl :he np Ser ;o is passed. w t Fl. r on staroard promenade--Cb ga o meat he would consume, it he ate al Circuit C0 rt
W'hale a nmcr of the states will ToThe following Mw oit has bo Tbun erage of 200lpound per year. if eA A. D,
bold a :.enral tlecion n Novembe Average per da ..... .... filed in the e ofI of te sL of te Rt r co at y to e wek, w l
more iuret is being manifested I h ertfy that t above stat circuit: ate y two e a w d
through tho e ontry in. the Newed mat '. correct according to the e- J. Frank 8mth v F. Byll stantly taking an iventory ~ your quire about 7,000 eggs to feed him dr- da ,the
tbfgh~ u'1he country in the New eat.J.s*ak days.t.e.
hou tin t orths on i b1 s with Amerlcan Natwmal Bank as bisMsiM n a4d wdin l what yot an iCna hisW lifetime; of tea ad ea e o D., 196, isl
York municipal election than in any FRED A. SW1T sTt surety, garlanbmct, 4a0M $0; pos y ate a worry about.-Atebl- an average a pint a day, or for a lIf- to the bh at
of the others. While there are six Circultion Myg. Those. F. West, attorney B or IalatLt, e GIlfb, time about 8,XO iaaa.- ty court borI



ENCE, PrSpbae N&Cabww Roena* 5*..

pay- -- --- t --- .-si- o p befor- bu- n year

pay you to investigate our prices before buyin your

ire, Sash, Doors, Blinds

or Lumber.

also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lie and Cement.
We can save you miney on evtrytMini.

nders Mill Company


29 East Garden Street,
North Palafox Street.

Phone 717.
Phone 1130.

frmea tmha
Mimersf lee and Fruel CCempey
mnr Chase and Tarragoaa. Phw Ie



'Pensacola, Florida, during the legal
IDVER TISEKET hours of sale, the following described
property, or a sufficiency thereof to
DEPARTMENT, Offce satisfy said decree, situate, lying and
rising Architect, Wa.h- being in the county of 1scambia, state
.October 23, 1905.- of Florida, to-wit: The North fifty
DPOSAL3 will be re (50) feet of Lot Four (4) and the
offce until 3 o'clock p. north fifty (50) feet of the west half
day of November, 1905, of lot five (5), in Block fifty-one (51),
ed, for the construction East King Tract, east of Tarragon
SWharf, &c.. at Santa street, city oPlenacola. Togther with
Ine Station, Pensacola. the tenements hereditamebnt &d A
cordaUce with drawing purtenances thereunto belonging oert
on, copies of which may, anywise appertaining. D*ed at Mrt
discretion of the Super-. o purchaser. Scott 1. Iattl, Ma-
c~t, t applying at thz ter. 190lttOw4w.
the Medical Officer in
Peisacola, Florida. Notice of application for pegat to
0 KNOX TAYLOR. sell liquors, wines and beer. Whare
Super'visag Architect. as, William Lewis, basa led wth the
Board of County Commisolow for
Escambla county. Flortl h applica-
NOTItC. 1tton for permit to sell lIquoro, wines
of Edwin C. Dansby, de- and beer in Election Distrtet 15 of said
e is hereby given to county and state; any eitisen of such
ees, distributes, andall election district may ahow cause, if
g elaiUs or demands any there be, at the metlfg of the
lid estate to preseLt Board to be held Tuelay, the Sth day
wo years to the under- of December next, why s uh permit
should not be granted. A. McMil-
IPAUL DANSBY, lan, Clerk of the Boat ol Cunty Com-
5. Administrator missioners, Escambia ounty. Florida.
By L. G. Amard, Deputy Clerk.

altese Sale.
t a deor rendered by
B. Fbrer, judge of the
of -sbiat county,
Ip 19 ay y ( september,
At Ow 49 J. 0. Jen-
VWilaHma"d Min-
b wUf, I wi. do MIoD-
"y ay t Decmber, A.
Mt p outery tor cash
bider bl* e thien om-
* o la the city ao

us e eseamona
"Why don't you ever w a to po t
a wedding ?" mepp upeek.
"I don't believe ytw hli to a wed-
"No.I" bMra mpeek
"I harve't. AAS.o hda m tly to
mK "I wsmu- wish I hadot
tLNded that -emY -....ps a&



de amd Ayer' Cr y rwral for
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g coaa-pVif. Cum brd Cw80 do-
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The attention d merchants ad advertisers
in general is dir ctd to the fac that Th1
Journal WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the countyoutid
of the city who does not take thed aly.
Advertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
ically all the city people and a large part d
the country peopicl but an advertisement in
both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will ch
all of them-both city and country.
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a compila-
tion of the local and telegraphic news which
has been published in the daily during the
week, and it reaches every subscriber in time
for him to read on Sunday.
NAl Penancea mwehanu who das@@
em cutuiry tra= ce. af l to tay "t
of Thlr Weekly J-wae.
It is mailed to subscribers for SLO per
year, and practically every votr in Ecamdi
county rads it





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rTH PENSACOLA JOUnR wN bA os 0 r oc eTOa 'r s,-t ees

RhisaB is anly wue in Witer became of tie cdl d d damp. A
Sa"d ter changed crltns of the climate. T re Pein Ctwinges f Us "0 1 I
of ft dis..tl asae dft dring the wrm water we ast chau e ft1 piere s mH eR
Ug p.is, the "a bcaes e e iau.la aad "ad swoe.. the nerves get soe d SCHOOLSa U -se ms -V I
cited, the bowes che, ad 1hi6, the teHrIo a wiftr, takes posses- J g. A
si of the system. Then the saffeer turns to the liniment bottle, the
Ioole clothes, the favorite player or some home Imedy, in aa fort to get 1 t W. EMW
slid.. But Rh,..mat~s is not a trouble that can be rubbed aw or drawn
oCt with a plaster, them thit relv w the pain anadred Muc thei --R ITY HAMLINS
bt do act reach the real ae of the trouble, and at the anmt exposure an-
other attack comes on. huhn-itimn is caused by a sour, acid edition of W2TN
the Mood. The refuse matter and bodily i tvztics which should be carried CiuUI,TSUa
d tuagh the chaelsr of naturehave bee n eSbt in the sy m because of
boingmodio3. weak KiTaeva torpid Iaver and a general slaglisr coditional0wt Play ft Cftd
the sybe These itpuoitis sour and form uric acid, which isabsorbed by
the blood and distribted to the diferest muscles, joints, nerves and bones, tf tfg tntalt which affords a
erint the painful symptoms of Rhcmt:s. & .& goes to the root of v o
the trouble and cures Rheumatism by cleansing a; iW um In the following special diopatch to
S S the blood. It meutralises the acids and filters The public schools of the city will aled dhis the Times-Demcerat, the young a-
them out of the circulation and sends a stream of open tomorrow, November Ist., and Ql- n 1 gzumaly it re au who tis mentioned as refusing to play
pure rich blood to all par of the body. The though it is not expected that the at- football because of the presence of a
4 0ca the pains ceae, the in flemmtion subsides, the tendance will be large, the classes can i Ja 41 010. Iuakl jtA- negro on the opposing team, is young
LELY lVEGETABLE. nervesarequieted, every symptomofthedisease nevertheless be organized an d the Wo i ow pn ransatly by Wm. Fisher of Pensacola:
pages away, and the care is permanent. S.S. S. work of the year begun .Draws Color L.ne.
ly table and does notinjure the system as do those medicines con- Of course it was not expected that p d oNew York, Oct. 1&8-With the hard-
nPo~tsh and other nerals. Book Rheumatism and medial dvi the opening attendance would be as Vl "w O#lM thl dl- sS e est game that has been scheduled thus
o R a m large as on previous years, but It was ar this season but a fere days o, the
*wus u-t g gm-,- r - A IrX T A 4. decided to open the schools and com- AMbM 0JU Ooludbie footedl, r i bsl theschu is doe aoe
"______ mence the work, thus making it easier ps: "lI bad s l N ww rbmo .t some hard work before it lines up
and getting better results than delgy- .i pe M i arm ai ad hi against Amberst on Saturoay.
Sl W [a t R ing the commencement of the season The Blue and White is in fair con-
|W E T HEMRI :and thus losing some weeks from the thati COd aslb work Bi nl p0 ditiou for the contest, though some of
C UMUCKAU | c re gular .term. ad wa sht a&Ubol p of the best players will hardly be in the
_______OR NOVEMBER Yesterday a large force of fumiga- ame because of injuries. A peculiar
Etors began the work of fumirating 61104 b I bad ofWd Ud situation has arisen, due to the act
the school buildings of the city with anaim WISm d O, t0 o bott1i that the Amberst team has two ne
peel to The Jeurnal. STATISTICS FOR PAST YEARS sulphur. This wil be continued today o groes as player. isher, the star end
m Oct. TAT .-Mr.OR PA.T .WEAR aLd by tomorrow evory senool build- h pof the" Columbia aggregation, has re-
Chawekla, Oct. 30.-Mr. W. J. Wi- SHOWING WHAT MAY BE EX- ing in the city will nave been well SN-at caIs." Prh q sad tafed to play because of this. In the
ia a4 tfaily of Milton who have fumigated an ready for occupancy. Wesleyan game there was a negro on
bes- paiagr owe time in this vi- PECTED IN COMING MONTH This step has been taken as a precau- i* IM d the Methodist eleven, sad It was with
elty mve retired to their hometo tion, but owing to the near arrival of WHITE'S PHAMACY, difficulty that he was induced to eter
ty e could weather it was not deemed nec- PeNassSla. Pla the game at all. n .&ae Aberst coe-,
the zs aet o their many friends. We Observer W. F. Reed f the local essay to screen the buildings. et 1"s Mh Pheae 44S test it is understood that Psher would
bpe tthe tao of te eutmr ts weather bureau, has compiled the fol- The teachers of the various schools have to play against a nego at tik
l bes beetted sad tat th ey wy lowing data. covering a peria of 26 who have been absent from the city end position There Is small chace
g a f i. Wil is the fts, from the weathers-uau rec- for several weeks, e ba insI to IAIIL M TO fELP that he will reconsider his ocisatos.
-s m of- the r. of D. T. T rs at P cola,. Florida. They re return, and will be ready or the Co- W U I
I --r r tLt lie s iaaer to show the conditions that meneenent of thek labors tomorrow ENGINEER'S LAST RUN.
a d loef taSIt have raled during tde M aI morning. Among those to reach MheISSre ROOSEVELT EN INER LAST RU
w* W tsbwwa -. Wst rF ia - question. tor the above perd-aol year yesterday afternoon were Prof. B. tee r LAV
g ael the aIportat oace of Tax but must not be construed a tore. Lockey, principal, who, for several A1 a- W e i
ar i ast oe coua y orct of the weather a ondionms for weeks ha been in Century Cbonducting
the cmnlg moath. the school there, Proi. L B. Lockhrt PINIANNOLIrNRS TO UL rwl is m et thm m R xprM M
rwrtylgt Year Temperate m-Me or snerma! tem- a tssis t principal ad i atrt a t als a ma to rad bhi own
aey J. McDald who is well known perature, If degrees. mathematics, of No. 1; Miss .Re se, Cw E Nb TOWARID DUTY b g o ttie Saa of a meca d,'"
to -t ~rI at h om wtth The warmest mota wa s tat of Miss Houlette, Miss Virgias Snyder, O PRESENTS. mM F. C. Reberts, a IdIeotve eml-
hi ts. When the .yeow jack 1902. with an average of g4 degrees. and Miss Elma Maclay. sr.
S 9ilae s Ie will The coldest month was that of 1880, In ct Super ntendent Cook sted I was rus on the psenger
vI Wi hP" Wfy Nlet. He with an average o 56 degrees yesterday afternoon that with a few tibe betwn Atlata ad Maes sNr-
rear to the city as sooas Mr. Jack The highest temperature wsa 81 de exceptions all o the nstrts in the The UtioWti g self-explanatory trI ye a aog, sAt I was to met the
Fest bao m thoroughly acqualated agrees on November 11, 18. city schools are now in the city. misti Appared n a recent orae earbos ale ad I wa s to eet stat
s e cit aid yellow jack makes his The lowest temperature wea 28 de- Of the Ati a N : a d Wa it wrai a a amy tt
d mrin e. grees on November 21, 187 ani 27, WHEN STAMPS WERE NEW. to The ews. n the rslept ny for I e alhte an
Mr. Sa-m J. i tCentury was 1903. President oosevelt has said that thant sl forwe a ihs1 ..
a visibrfM or town a few days ao. The earliest date on which hrst sYae M tta5 Pero **t tt his daughter t pay duty on all her e st I was n m
I ot b i what his business was, "killing" frost occurred in autumuT, T hem m te eoe. Mrese lie any other individual. T lat ltp tat we made s l
bat I taek swme of the other boys November 12. "When postage stmps rst came la- Well said. this experience a wbh I speak the
4 Average date on which frt "kill- to use," said a veteran postal dela We have bee informed that netth- rmanm had to wake m up when the
r.. W. A McDavil who has cbage in&" frost occurred in aatumn, D te public didn't know how to handl r Mr. Raasevelt or his daughter are signal to go ahead was received. I
st camp 10 Or the Alger-Sulivan peo- member Sth. them. You remember how, whin re welthy. We k w the youg lady bad gm to slep my cab.
1 em -t a anae of days with his Averag date on which last "kil- ad coffeefrst appeared ame th could nt a aort to give ap her pres- "As we approeacb the next statils
tarly a day or two ago. lag" trost occurred In spring, Feb- peopleried the ts leaves d ithe t. We ls know that $60,000 rep- e conductor may have sign d me
Kr. ierry Mcevid, one of Santa ruary 21rd. fee bried the= with ra nte a a Ismall tfrtune. 1 as be claimed he did, but we dashed
Rm's a st poplar young men will The latest date on which ast "kill- fe bet and t t seem to me that all the honors tr h the town t about forty m les
leave as Duay to be absent a month ing" frost occurred in spring, April ad pepper? Well the people treat bestowed upo Miss Roosevelt and all an be ore I Ib e a own break
or wh. their stamps as absurdly in I8 priest ltve her was not only be- i* T miut I ard t I aw
o rt to t ars that Mr. R. I. Precipitation (rain or melted snow) "Some folks would put the stamps W ca e her nr Ewas Alice Roosevel, ll, The te I
Daeamo who is at presem connected -Average for tre month, 4.08 inches. i side their letters, out of ight Ht she also ppeed to be a daugh the edlit of the northbound ta
wit tMeh olk' Trpaetie Co.. of Av rage number of days with .01 of IIs the oflcal notice that we Ilsh d to tro the presae t otChis great Unit- I'. thn 0 pards away, coming
C acla a s going to leave us. He an inch or more, 7. top that practice." 4 states of Aaarit, that she by her around a urve. I threw on the air
s a jolly good fellow and leaves a The greatest monthly precipitation The clerk took from the drawer a plant and democratic ways gained bbna ad revered, but It all looked
hot of frieads. iwas 11.46 Inches in 1903. aged bulletin that said: the friendship ad good will of foreign too late. The Airan jumped, but I
Mr. Will Dunoway and family of The least monthly precipitation was "The stamps upon all letter aA s i In whlah e did travel, should was panralyd The two great nsgses,
Caae. Al. aie visiting Hon. Miton ,0.65 inches in 1887. cbe an honor to ewery American. one bearlg a splal train, rushed to-
Watsos's family of Chumuckla. The greatest amount of precipit- side their must be above the add ss I notice in one of my home papers gather 11ie angry bulls, aad I was
bev. W. G. Miller as Just closed a tin in any 24 consecutive hours was side th af ad (Penaba e Journal) that a movement tresn thera and whie those train
revival at Jutnier Grove Chapel, wahch 7.51 inches on 2nd and 3rd, 1903. there." Is on foot in Attlata (Atlanta is al-r I saw er i
we ho as doe great gooa. The greatest amount of snowfall re- He put back this buletin and drew ways ahead, any how) to raise by pub- ester aw y a d
_..-. ,_ _corded in any 24 consecutive hours forth another one. lie subscription the required amount my e J as a n a t
** (record extending to winter of 184-1 "People would pin the stamps on of $60,000. t happened. That's all I know about
HA AS E AUSE 85 only) was inches on - 1-. their letters instead of gumming them," You will please, when the list come,
SClouds and Weather-Average num- he said, "and when they did gum them to you, subscribe in my name, C. "They took me to te hospital, and
i h ber or clear days, 14: partly cloudy they would not do it right; ben is Thlesen, Pensaola, Fla., $25. Same nine days later I woke up after a spell
day. 9: cloudy days, 7. second bulletin," and he read: will be sent you at yo'r request fori of brain fever. The trains stopped so
n g 'nd-The previlng winds have persons posting letters should a tha purpose. I am at present here e together the pilots were sprung
With unknown medicines when yod Te averae hourly velocity of the fix the requisite number of stamps pre- i i ome, wt my family but hope the out of place, but otherwe there was
ea st a easily get Hetetter's. It wind is vious to depositing them in the letter ll n Pensaola wl o damage. They had to get a new
Sa Z .ears record of cures back I The highet velocity of the wind was receivers, as when posted in a damp be thin of te past so that we engineer before my train pulled out,
It sad is bring taken by most every.- 56 miles from the southeast on No- state the stamps are liable to rub of Knowing your valuable paper will though, and that was the last time I
y whose stomach is weak or bow- member 27th, 1893. and thereby cause the letters to be use ts influence in all great causes, e pulled a throttle."- Louisville
-el/ ltlimt, treated as unpaid. Do not pin on the am respectfully yours, Courole-Journal.
IeSTETTER'S eC Cale.iar.. stamps.' Rome, Ga. C. THIESEN.
As our week is not uned except "Still," said the clerk, "the publ LETTER WRITING.
CTAi U BITTERS among Christian converts the Chinese didn't understand. Think of it--It .
ai accustomed to count by the days didn't understand the simple matter of hechefo Use only black ink.
aouM be ryer choice. too. because i of the moon. Certain days are consid- sticking a postage stamp on a letter. The ehief of the L les im d to Do not write long business letters.
will cre you. Try a bottle for ndi- erd specially cred such as the 1st So we got ot a third bulletin." have prayed before a b e: "Be on Do not write brief letters of friend-
g Dypepela, Heartburn, and 1.Tth of each month and the dates The third bulletin. In big, impatet side. An gn ye canlow a be on onryll
Caa, PaS Appetite, or Inoomnia on which the numbers are doubled, as letters, suid:
ad he avitced. the 3d of the third month or 7th of te 'The 'iip.st and most effectal thee caries get a-hldin' that must Do not ofer advice unless you are
renth month. Particular attention method of causing stamps to adhere please y'e." An old covenanter, who asked toe It.
rrlbd tnts -householdwith a dfo N vUe ^ words with which you are
Is given in the calendars for general firmly Is first to molstpn well the out- uled 41s household with a rod of iron Nqvr ue words with which you re
use to the lucky and unlucky days, side of the stamps and afterward the is said to have prayed in all sinceri- not familiar.
A sometimes even to the neglect of as. gummel side slightly,. takirg care not ty at family worship: "O Lord, hae Do not ill your letters with lengthy
tronomical information and predic- to remove the gun." a care o' Rob, for he is on the great excuses for your silence.
V T l tions. Some editions combine rather The clerk said that a philatelist had deep. an' thou boldest it in the hollow Always use unruled paper of fine
poetical matter with the practical nnd offcrd him $12 apiece for the3e three thy hand. An' hae a care o' Jamie, texture. Avoid a pronounced color.

ud ure hae gone to flht the enemies Never write of another anything
i~i~l /ri upe.stlttu tesg~iving the date queer bulletins--Galveston Tribune. ,Never1e .writaegoe.,foanoth..erte ....enmieing
Am R oVhis nvl~r-v on, !-"--+- -P#'k

when the rninhow will first tw seen.
the time for the opening of certain
flowers and the migrations and songs
of birds. The official calendars are is-
sued annually, after they have recel-
ed the emperor's approval; and, al-
though filled with unlcretition nntd in-
accurate in many particulars. they are
most interesting and attractive and
present a good example of the lore and
science of the Chinese people.


o ur couuutry. au t.e outcome o rte
battle is wl ;liee. But ye need na
fash o' yersel wi' wee Willy, for I hae
Shim here, an' I'm capable o' looking'
after him mysel'."

Pastor Kneipp, the famous discover-
ED CONSUMPTION. of the "barefoot cure," who was
appointed chamberlain by the pope,
cared lttle for the honor. He did not
Mr. Art:->r Gaul. of Wellsville, even take the trouble to open the let-
Ohio. wnritt.: "I w~:h every one aut- ter announcing the appointment and
feringr frioi a;arrh or bronchial trou-

A lady philanthropist once crossed bl-s knt-w the a- lu eof Vinol. Before nr, le-tne or ne nonor conferred up-
the Russian frontiers to visit Tolstoi taking it 1 ha l catarrh for fifteen vear6 on him by the arrival of a deputation
and. ushered into the presence of the and for tle ias, t ar I had a pain 'n at the Woersihofen cloister to eongrat-
great man. she uttered tht ual con- my lungP anld cou.het night and day, late him. He declined to be address-
ventional greetings and explanations, wh!ch aii~'. me to lose fiash. I felt ed. however, as "moneignore." It was
while the sage eyed her abstractedly sure I w-'s goinz into consumption, with difficulty that he was persuaded
and silently -as if" she sald-"as if he as nothing seenmd to help me. to leave his retreat to go to Rome to
were quietly turning back the top of "inl was I~-c.mmended, and after thank the pope.
were quietly turning back the top of taking fPor Iot:lIes I am entirely i
my head and looking at the thoughtscurd I 011 take $1000 for D ala Ha lm Ettem.
inside." When she ceased speaking. ;he goo.! i: hat done me. I wish I "It Is proper to respect an office un-
be touched her large and fashionable coQ,; prs,,lae everybody who sut-' der the government" said the patriotic
sleeve and said sweetly: "Why do you f.rs from cata-rh and bronchiJl trout citizen. "even if you do not happen
wrap so much cloth on your arms? If b .e or. who dreads consumption, to to approve of the man who holds it."
you ripped it off it would make a good try Vii-ol -"Of course." answered Senator Sot-
frock for a little girl." "To further convince the people or ghnm "It is to the offie that the sal-
The great difficulty is to draw the Pe:,nacc;a in r zard to the value of atthe
liun at sufficiency. MIan thrown loose Vinol" we. W. H. White & Co., declare ary and perquisites are attached, not
upn; the caprices of nature is not man : to be the mn' valuable preparation to the Jndividual. -Washington Star.
at his best. Man sp 'adng half his of cod ;vred cil for all wasting dis-
hourspothe caro his eases the greatest health restorer ar.4d
a hours up he care o srcngth creator for tae weak, their Husband-My. but I wish I had your
body is not man at his best. Wherever convalescent ana. the &ged which we! torue! Wife--o that you could ex-
prote tion and necessary care are con- have ever sold prus yourself intelligently? Husband
vested into luxury and superfluity he We can only ask every person in -No; so that I could stop it when I
is weakened. The time must come Pensacola to try Vinol on our guar-; wiated to.-Detroit Free Pra.
When beautiful dressing will be that antee to return their money if it falls.
which is most useful, most appropri- This is a fair, honest offer on whiot Good breeding s the res t f much
ate. most unhampering. Harper's you cannot lose." W. H. Whit. &good sense, Soa gd ature and a
SWeeky. Co., druggist. the a a
Ewe sew L tva tMfoe sak ather

which you would not wish him to see.
Under no circumstances send half a
sheet of paper, even for the briefest

Never begin your letter with the
statement that you have little time
for correspondence.
Do not write of personal or other
important matters to strangers or or-
dinary acquaintances.
Do not send an important message
on a postal card and never use them
for notes of invitation.-Men and

Comes to Everyone, But Its Visits May,
Be Postponed.
Old age is not a question of years.
Some men are old at forty, others
are young at sixty.
It's a mighty hard proposition to
look young, no matter how young you
feel if your hair is falling out and your
head becoming bald.
perhaps you are tired trying inef-
fective remedies for this evil.
We don't blame you If you are.
Why not try an effective one for a
Newbro's Hepcide kills the Dan-
druf germ-which is the cause of the
whole trouble.
"Destroy the tause you remove the
For sale by W. A. IYAlemberte,
druggist and apothecary, 121 South
Paltfox street, or s~ 19e ia stamp
tar ample to The grpid6oe Co, Ds-'
tro ael.

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A man bought a hot wa-
ter bottle at a "ninecent"
store for 50c. We want-
ed to charge him a dollar
for a good one. and he
said. "I have saved 50c-"
But the first time he used
the bottle it leaked and
the second time it came
apart. and then he said.
"Oh. that I had my money
back;" but he could not
get it


A dollar well spent is be-
ter than fifty cents badly
saved Our hot water
bottles are made by a re-
liable firm. and are worth
the price we ask becau,-
they last and won't leak.
Krven bottle guaranteed
perfect. Prices $1.00.
$1.25 and $1.50. depending
on size Don't be like th-
man in the story.

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4ALLOWEEN. ermr ma appoiated her clrk of theW W 01I .osp basltat A, oUe uss out a
yms see through the veil t the c_ Omit court to sccee, her recently ---. T Ttoat otar to vet nt l it l tota
ao e, 4eeed husband, the late Hon E. C.! special to The Journal t to people in the city. Or stock la
"a ask it of the witche and Deurorb,. I special to The Jemiml. itt EVENT AT DeFUNIAK WILL M(arianna, Oct. 30.-The Upworth 0 g
--es;- Ad tU ope. the duty was a Crestvlew, Oct. 30.-Mr. J. A. Me- OPEN IN FEW DAYS-D S Leaue social wal be ,em at Hotel
IYa see your true love to be. pleasant one, as it must have been if Call was iu town Saturday from DeN- EW so F omon.f
a w- Mr. Private Secretary knows the lady, iuntak Springs. FUNIAK NEWS. Mr. G. W. Mellen former proprietor
s t .i c tT e n t circumstances A. M. Bryde passed trough en tan where he will take charge of thea
So to Haljloween parties., Fr, aside from other reasons, i ley to Theomhasville, Ga., turday. Special to The Journal. l Ted Mr. Mellen asmaanager of Hotel'
S-t you n)learn, givs to a chivalrous Pen-acolian the-AMr... Matthews front the bay com-y yO tp. ay .k u
at, es fJu e as fair. r t women ever appointed to such b y letting a gun go off in his hand, elaP 1 now till the ar opens a.nd it h gh standard it enjoys now. We re-
-Mobe a poit in Florida. ring that memberver badly, ne- is indeed gratifying to see so much foa nt hc e rth. Meyllnaee n re-l

a IoydrNS HAVE ORDERLY AY.heir share cy aturday. All the stalls for the stock to be ex- h..ristms toys are being displayedP
1 1 who ras a sister L et the Young folks have their share, Mr. W. A. Knapp present assistant hibited are complete, and arrange- it, the larger sures.
fun1mlettr, wbo b"kbee, ofn this Hallow e'en. They have agent at this place will leave on Nov., ments made for its care during the Mrs. 1. Dillon has gone to Atlanta A 7
Swit teir gh, and are symathecc or Laurel il where he will ac- Fair. Mr. Allen Beler who has ben and other points on business. Mrs.
I &- aremhaving enough to not allow their mecimentleept the agency for the Yellow River prominent as a judge of live stock in Dillon will remain in Atlanta with I U U
etaoytng the may to either disturb the sick or to grate Railroad Co. Mr. Knapp has made the west will be here to act as judge her mother Mrs. R. D. Daffi who is
nB their honor, ous sorrowing hearts grieving for! many friends here who will regret to of the live stock exhibit at the Fahit. ttete under medical care.2
l t were uestd of Mr. loved o e gone outinto eternity. If, see him leave. Among the interesting exhibits that Mr. J. Carter has returned from tis
g Ie e tem iM te, i..ts of the dear oces gane over could speak Two new turpeniane stills are being will be here is tuat of Giitner Bros., summer home. He brought with him
g ala the ree nof a Lthey wod charge that, having done billt within a mile of this place by of Eminence, Ky., with tWeir short a handsome pair of black horses.
wa 00otseItmks. InL a ouPen bet for thew In life and being Messrs. McKeittiern & Co., just west short horn and Hereford cattle and a
re itS n h death we should not live of the station, and J. A. Richbourg & lot of Kentucky mules. Friday after-: Co and Bunion. A
SAfhsrw darkening the live Co., one mile up the Y. R. ., while noon company *K"' F.A n n o u n ce S.ecial
i wet to see the Alice about us, but should now devote Ou Savagae & Co., are located one mile will give an individual and squad com- First, soak the corn or bunion in
1 uSothrough. best efforts to making sunshine for south of the station. We predict petitive drill, and the game evening a& ,arm water to soften it; then pare it

r me and bowed MA business at this place another season. Secretary Storrs is in receipt of in- drawing blood and apply Chamberlain' with implit o ence the present and a gre uur
& O W h a sbwd. COLM AT PARSONAGE. We understand that Alabama has formation that the Louisville d Pin Balmtwir edaly rubbing vi, withcol.thepr tadtfuture
2y g Tles h er fIAs3- raised the quarantine against this Nashville Railroad has granted an un- oaly for ive minutes at each apli-r
m k fTtheae was a quiet wedding at the county and that the residents may usually low rate and will furnish am- ation. A corn plaster should be won
--_SU w a 5b Pfo, AW=ox Methdlpt Parsomnare last even- visit Florala now. Tais will be a pie transportation fac.-ties for the a few days to protect ,It from theory C j & (CA
b at d SctesrtfIc lg _when Miss Addle L. Coleman and great relief 'to most of the traveling visitors to the Fair. It necessary s i" As a g eneral liniment for
tt Mr am A. Onilot were marrKed public, special excursion trains will be run to, sprains, bruises, lameness and r e-
.... a -. M b travel- by the pastor Re-. B. C. Glenn. Died: At his home six miles nouth handle the crowds. !am mit, PainBalm. is unequaled. For takes great pleasre Ia eouncWt.-
Vwo wee w ite f n The bridegroom is a well known of Crestview at 1 o'clock Friday Mr. J. R. Wnght of the Inr ofale by a ll gg sts
-- la a w ei ht. e riSemW a his bride a beautiful night. Milledge Cox, one of the oldest Gilmore and Wright returned to his Att.ntn, TLrchara. W
g- I se- y day girl, sa4 they maoe a very handsome, restaents of this section. Mr. Cox home in Jackson, Ga., atarday. Mr. AttUnless we havention, later instructions We have ordered, are retg, and continue to re e
-, ps sorry when the fever emple as they stooa before the minis- settled here 22 years ago an' is known Wright anticipated staying aheore till Unless we have later instructions We havo ed and ar i, t largest ortmet of m
a t e0 I pray tt may ter taklg their solemn vows, he in all over the county and through south after the Fair and on that account re- school will ope in ensacoa ove goods arit ever bee pleasure to dl-be we
S& Oatiom l black with white even-, Alabama. He will be missed by evey- gretted that important business called er . OOK know that people of Pesacol are capable of r apror t
B abow eb cotam-t t e. lag ves-she daintily gowned in body as everybody was his friend. him home just at this tie. However, lamity that arises, and that ca the wave of prosperifty c5
br < iUm. TW Dow divid. bridal white. Mr. Cox had a mercantile establish- Mrs. Wright will remain is the city sire to IPn aid Wholeom Table Foods.
^^i^-i-uK. inay noThe only witnesses to tie pretty ment at this place and was doing a; the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harris .
bo* Atwday for Minneapol. Ceremony were Mrs. Glenn and daugh- good business. We extend our syMpa- for the next few days. M T
,, aS V hvbets alasg bo me. terms and her guests Mr. and Mrs. John thy to the grief stricken family. Mr. B. S. Williams and family who I |T| I v
.rtLhs. ,have had rooms at the Brown 1o.use
Vm _. Mr. and Mrs. Guillot are at home at A Judicious Inquiry, in this city for the past several weeks .
so wrar of the co.minnications 45 East Obse where their numerous intimate their intention o returning Soeci1t to The Journal.
4mfe "a 1" ,tempor. fwiU friends will shower them with con- A well known traveling man who vic7 to their home in Pensacola, Monday, Milton, Oct. 30-Sheriff Mitchell re.r f
ed imn--eot or pub T gr-tulatfIM- ad good wishes. its the drug traae says he has often the fever notwithetandiua. turned from Dei uniak w n a young I
SThe a m -- ie et e heard druggists inquire of customers I Mr. Gordon Stubbs, exprew meseIwhite man charged with breakIg 1
Sibit hMis s llie Wili rams aIrs expected who asked for a cough medici, ger on the P. & A., division of the mance ad wig engsoIs 11n
be phiaed with pleasure. ome thi oelng from a three whether it was wanted for a child or L. & N., is at home today suffering yount man crossed the bay and y
wiimss omo Vll not.om months sta) in Luverne. Ala. I for an adult, and if for a child they with a sprained wrist caused by com- romed around in the wood for some furashing your home with
Sw-" almost invariably recommended Cham- ing in contact with a mail crane in roas Th quarantine officers notified
SMr. and Mrs. James Daly have berlin's Cough Remedy. The reason passing. T, governor t wh ordered the ser-'
90 GMbrM CAlE btwoken up housekeeping and gone to: for fis is that they know there is no The ladies of the Town Improve- t make he arrest. i l Nt UPIeI
UtAlSS GA- bosrdlc. i danger from it and that it always ment Association will give an enter- eT i Miltn hip rdseems to mbeai / 1 iea r t
'o IsFety editor of the Mobile cures. There Is not the least danger tainment in Flournoy Hail Thursday kept busy. The yard has just finish-! -
W -- M 8. M. Smith gave her neghLo, in giving It. an for coughs, colds e ending of tae Fair w and ted repatring five lumber barges fori and to Pr.esb ,r ,some b r, yu cand a*etwate
Mrs. F. W. Williams a summer sur-. croup it is unsurpassed. For sah bower which they are avting lerecon te St earn-Culver Lumber Co. aend i for it whle you uso it. bvrrh an ttratva
by .e.e of .lowes pr4 Sataria evening by presenting rll druggists. will be quite an attractive place o has thSee of four yet to overhaul. r e.
occasibn. ansees of 8a1has three of four yet to overhaul.
the like, which will be welcomed her with a quarter of a ripe and juice that occasion. Among the registered guess at the. "
t yu people-and some who aterelon tat measured 1" inches TO MANAGER HOTEL. -- 1. Eillis House during the week were the
set syg as they have been. long by 9 inches in diameter. An'i- ndndgt Cred. foowin: Hn. T. A. inning and
SMrs. Smith ha five mor.e ripening in Mrs. Bowen announces to the pub- insomnia d n C d following: Ho ens. .. T. A. Aenningsand
-Ure. white marble top table and her de at the J. C. Pebley place lie than she will com inues the mang-' Lat year I bad eere attac olls of Denver Miss McKnon.
the _mies 7 .-face downward -onD MHill".:meit of the Soutther Ho'el .n tI = n ,of ndigestion u ot step at. 8@ lsk o f ._ vr Ms ... .n o D08-10.JElt, S. P-udot t. Phn 148. P
It. (If your doamioes are white .. ame excellent manner in wh ch b.r .-ght and sufeftd ex laredge Mr. Golson and wife and Al,
a dark table.) L t te one worse Mrs. H. J. Wilson who has spent the late husband conducting tfh' popular .,'ins for three 6werac h mea Hbgeboom o The Journal; the Hllis -.-,. O I .... MS-- :- -
pt-yes as- to tell seat himself by autumn on the Bavshore with Mrs. hostelry. Th? S.uthmpn is a aro': i was troubled i ~L ,WI l ant House has been recently refurnished -
al the dominoes sad draw forth Fred O. Howe and Mrs. W. K. Hycr. little ho*el. rent'rl'v h ceatd. is ker- months when I s lamerlaw's $and s one of the most popular hotels POINED PARARAPHS. I
II Tihis e must o himself, be- Jr.. returned to the city yesterday and imnaculately clean ani the table Is Stomach and aver 'Thlets, and reo- n the mcity t POINTP.u
eof course the unseen powers is again at home at Mr. John B. :nexcel!ed in the Sth. Speal m -al oived imedTate reliefl say o All our e tizens look forward to the Don't volateer too much af ..
aMe pped out his destiny wi w Jne 302 or Barc will be sold to those dirtn Dixon Tullamore, ta time when the uarantine will be
those "ir ..iInimedwhanehelcitains loo f ward totb
M themselves of his arms and so -- s boardd without room. For sale by all druggtts. rismedn o hey can meet their loved t ad
S aile rs, to elect the bit of A newsy Irersonal letter from Wash- ones fn Pensacola. why. ayo t
M t w11 plafaly l leate all thna ington to this city says: Mr. T. A. Jennlngs will leave for ing why.
eallhg to him. "Capain William Ccwles, the d(- f77 Ji D l F tr Vernon Tuesday or We 'nesday, but Patting yourself n the bak Is a
aort of reepy. doesn't it? lig'btful' and his perfectly dear wit Journ i ly r return to Dr Fiak to b Pres- diicult task-seldom done grU efully
te a eight mysteries are hov- reside here on N s're., and every t at the Gulf Coast Fair. There are more talkers than think
S wee, and six domi- body Is pleased, for they are ext reme- eere have the t of
ame WeI t money-will mbe l popular. Or rather-he Is popular Hattleereeld Eths ip
I"om n ty-three. Constancy:e rather 'lk rs up to her 'cause why-Napoleon..whenh assumedcom- People
m5et stat Irnt socie Sprsona)er e Napoleo when heota people who petats pel
i-sori-s; tyne ,mar- she s the president's sister. And Mr. n nud of the army of Italy in 1796, upon their ethe have to hap diMme
*Eke.: -Asank, lucky:; te-four,ICowles has been appointed to s' mt, stied a memorable order, forbiddig up all the time.
pr vetee. wealth-; Ie1ort1 of honorary degree at the White any one to lay down his arms under One of the greett Vir s sad the
svrteM eitetrtaomment: fve- House." pain of death. "Generals, officers and est i the moral o to P Me m e
aws oIsir asar; Ae-blamL' soldiers," Le writes, "who in battle tice sef denal. Porkt Maut Vel, Trip
4 e 4 Sw. tlcky lorers; Prof. J. B. Lacky returned last night sanv their lives by enpitulation should -rtei ---d bhow tha Dbrcate 1resed ihee, et.
SIdeeettepL frmn Chplney where he has visited hi. i, shot Bloth he wl'o orders surrender life And go t --ht wanted. Qui
d thoeho where he has taken a sotecialo summer andi a reOof happiness I ttath! phone. ererm d
M C: l U WT cowherehe at the Universita. summertraitors alike and deserve capital pun- Some folks are detrmlm to d'" start"
4e 31 9 st datea of Governor ent." These doctrines are em-nat or die,a as there at fer who Ye-- to
mtWe secretary, Hon. Miss Elma Maclay returned Sunday bedled by mbst military nations, r e "i t- e to t m ate sty "
U. I I- ee Of this city. was o niht. lied as well as harbarous, in their who fall to the s-on" --0_-e AU M -
li. Adana K. Derborn of' --- I artihles of w.qar, which call for court I i
.m|ImI t tha t., in compliance with Among the numerous wanderers who! m,.rtials in every Intsantce of the lay- --. ---s f peeiM1 V" M---,
w aa of h t rei rned Sunday were Mr. Rl 's and \ inj down of arms, end. while among The weddtla is to mcBr UseD, *
to thM eety, e boride formerly Miss oila Gonzale, | to .whitte rncs a create dgree ofm she was talking her mo the ot ihe i
who are pleasantl? located with Mri. i ( : aitv prevails aowadlt.vs in these mat' *.. 5 l
Guttman after a tour months wedding '4 i'.^. tel- ta a bmuglrvd rsago, yet plans. ~oght,, .
'tourL- of. e pe O airong the .Tlp: tnese the old time pri- said "I sha not scold hi-. I shall
YOUR COMPLEXION Mrs. John C. Avery and son Mr cipl are tld In as high rega try to no reonable. I thtk I shall
teWllp, l M Clarence Avery- returned Saturia-. ', ever, anl, the.y p-"efer to take their own gt to far -smbl ti knk a Ithat b-a. .... tshl 0o sIl yea 4
M I uI ^I 1 evening from Atlanta. after sinding4 l s lives rather tln to allow tbemselv for him to fta a i lhe .y .wis he Iket, . .la.e t .t ..
-... A UIIOLA... the summer and autumn in Waukesha. to be ceatiiitlr*l y tie enemy. returns." t'ae h *61h IB a
. iMUALLDm .EAUTIFIER. Wis.. Chicago. and French l ick H5er mother wa silet. ur wk Mre mt
in Athens ana' a brief visit home sev- a Lp3 3_StU SIa e"Dont you think IL w ldben a
eral weeks ago. Miss Avery remained i 71y -'-'^C'L XS Ide to keep the lltht burig" she
Sto enjoy the season in Ananta where Have Made Many Pensacola Residents pristed. .... P
she is the guest of Mrs. Johnson and' Enthusiastic. "We, it might de W7y we" tor t"e N ib
Mrs. Ruden for a few more weeks. t No wonder sco-es of Pensacola cit- st month or so. But atr y. s e
sens grow enthusiastic. It is enough -aid a few gs bile you'll pr..--. .
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. McVov of I e i happy to fd rel clude tbs tt he Jat We-
home of Mrs. Mcoy's pbr nts Hon. t statements like the following are but them and turn the -ht ut-- e n
am. oR Msh. hVsYespin t hparhsm Hon li truthfl representations of the daily York Press..
Fla., where she has spent the summerE w ork done in Pensaeola by Doan|

and tanm Theh e friends will;i
be glad to learn that mother and Hr."David C. Wilson, wife of Capt
d'aby are doing well, while the two David V. Wilson, of the tug boat Co- is EY I

ether children. Vincent Jr., and Mar-
garet "have grown fat as pigs," on
# C-randpapa Yent's abundant and lus-
c iou oranges.
*t l AdvrtiMe and Bold u Mr. Henry Youge returned last
Evening from St. Louei. Mr. Malcolm
.. TINO LA-: Yonge accompanied aim as tar as Mo-
t hegEe inI Formula or Package. bile where he stopped to visit for a
NAM oWty has breen changed to few earys.
eeM onaftumea As we cannot afford a
4W beoso valW le preparation am-* Mrs. Fred U,. Marsh and little
W W"th i y oher.) damghter Rowena, who have spent theI
LA s gumteed. and 10O-mmer in Iowa at her old home
0IB te rutfie hin every cam where refed Tallaiassee Sunday where
Sim I ofe tfreckles. phagl. (er will remain till Mr. Marsh, who'
Scoer Maa 0 0, N f s t erk of the United States Court for '
jo f iNM d the rather ditt OCf hlorida, can'
fg o *1.etmt et". ~ n ~l igeas tgt, Ibe with b e after the term
t Ms days. Leave ae khi far. or eom t tobe held la 'ialshascee In
aet, healthy, sat retor the beauty November.
.t youth
Pree. ects sad i Sold tI eaeb la theme d~ of aalt ted foods 1
4 s1r Al laiU @Gft r ag.a or by it Is weB teO r the pre kinda. Blae
.0 ftb Mbes XEmsf. e a VaM& attracs i
"i only ht are made t the aatMral ftit sad
TOTOALTL %T Ptle,.TeM.. are abesately pare.

Here a dull shade of porcelain blue ly fitted lower hatl made with a band
mohair, that of the soft and silky of embroidery at the tight wrist,
chiffon finish, is used with an ecru em-i I.eets It. The skirt is of the nine-
broidery sparingly applied for trim ored variety, of umbrella cut, each
miag purposes. The blose or shirt# gore fallt t1 oft UoldS aad slikht1y
waist fastens in the back, the fre t overlapplag the goe-eeedag e. A
with the modish cut-out chemulatte shirred Sousee at tee ot au-me a&
that Is flled in with the me m-a mvandyked outline at the top, Sever
broldery, the opening betag deteed rows of ashTrift and a puffy head
with an entredeux that As ostinedt making for qi4e a dressy effect. Th
In a double line down to the bel. The low sakr blaek oe, with Its. tanrt
ileeve Is a double puC, spaMi by b*k ribbon bow. represents the 10t-
shlrring to the elbow, where ~ -4l- ei mode tor *Cho ineA .w. w--r.

luacibtaand residing at 26 South Rets
teget, says: "It Doan's Kidney Pills
lad not benefitted me nothing could
Induce me to recommend them either
(eblicly, or privately. I had a never-
coamng pain in tho small of my back
that made me nervous, and when I
went about my work around the house
the pain would be intense. Other
nownt ps of kidney complaint were
=otlcesbe and I decided to try to
tehek the trouble before it become
too .depseated, and I seat to
S*dnes Kahn's drug store, No. 9
8outh Palafox street, and got Doea's
aslie Pills. Their use strengthened
by kidaeys, banished the backhhe
-t prevented the laongr and fpe w
m ltt Ilt MaorhL I co do
y. hmework without Osreag, sad
Smy utal emray Osad
ir sale by all dealers. Prtie tS
a sts. tFoter-ib rn Cos, BaghteI,
V. wa aeats for the United ate
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will buy a four room house on Bat
Roman, just east of Tarragona. Reats
for $8.06.
will buy a four room home, corner
Roman and Ooyle street, rentng for
$8.00 per month.
will buy three houses, North Hayne
St., renting for $18.00 per month.
will buy three house, North Hayne,
(new) renting for $21.00 per mouth.
It will pay you to Iavetigate any
of the above. Good Intereft 1I ob-
tained from any of them, while the
property increases in value.

204% S. Palafox St. Fisher Buildin.

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What about thatp'-oporty you have
-lhsd with ether real estate agents?
Have they sold it? Try us it you
m it t handled quickly, quietly and
e goo' relta.
Call on s and we will tell you why.
We loan money, insure property and
collect rents.
Call and see, write or telephone us.
We will save you money.

200-1 Theisen BId'g.

2N lots For Sale.


i a g pgte g .a p* d6R FOR SALE.-Stock of groceries, no-
U* tons, fixtures, etc. Must b sold at
once. Gc3d chance Appi) to 34 iS. No
.---. 1 L 1 Palafox. 31oct.
_o.. sale at the following stores: Hannah's
ITWrm .--Tr carpet to clean. 1 WANTED.-3 or 4 ood white carrier drug store, Hooton's drug store, Har- Omfce
lM-- tiM I Nw. Ii lay yor boay. ApplyJournal OIce. 2S" tls' drug tore, White's drug store,
a "pit and mag at reasonable gteppard's drug store, Bryan'. drug
p,_if W. WHUEs, 14 Wrigt WAT=.-M an os wted to Oe, People's drug store. Sol Cah n-
S m W iee 41 I N. e Var St. ars $ day, water two mon ths- ao.,' I J J. ao Duba on
Istruction, poiion guara teed. Special Bros., Marine Grocery, M. M(Y aery., .
Stakm Wtf p Sewec I. 0"U Mary Miller. LB. Gagnet, M. L. Roca .
mnes 8IM ratowes Cp 0 am Hansen & Co J. B. Roberts f & R
ft5w -, IN 36 Pl^e, miedr mlw c^2tl Beov. C10A, ., St. LovS Me. (Free it and you never will be without It. Lhih
stalogue.) : taraker
Mery N ow n atWy. WeFOR SALR --Cabl Launch, 44 feetA Pu
S*" pr WANTD.--Mea an rs c wanted to lo,. 10 feet deep. 24 inches drauighotWO '
A g2. A 0.9 earn $6 day, after two moUlhs In- 1 horse power Barber Bros. somas
tr rtikn, poatio guarate M a Corne eagle, t arst-class conaditio. Uf a
.IVI M *Is as" of har- Breo-s. Co Plumbing Schools,. New York, cly months. Suitable tor paasseiste*
at" 6 R __. 551. Cinclanatl. 0., St. Louias, o. (Freo freight or towing trade. Lagne O. I
- s as an shauln Oas E. o ) boctly lag capacity. Will sell all or halt *af,
& t D mt aut be paid ftr terest. Apply 640 W. Gregory. '
oSra. O LA. VA. Vevlch whole- WANTD.-An latelltent pero ny S29octlm* A
i t -lar. P. O. 3 55Boa 54 mI P awe ek l IO SALE.-Let the Southers e
P 10 .. time coir-sac tgfor aswUpsws. A*. -a t Sothe M* CS
ama19t141 Ba or partlcuIa trees Co., make that old bed oe
W W ._ OW o TIe NorgthsenP. Syndicate, LcporS They guarantee all work. PRIes l oc*14
-S I f .- 1r .S It IN Y. S boCt eiryfrce and prompt. 4Ue .eOP

jgq 4 aA i . - -
M -f O wO o fer w a tv-i WANTMD.--Prtles I ned of carpea-
O 4twsjB mlbs ar moiryOng thla ter ple rt ,p psWSe N V77,t
~~'- a te ptf 'be gladly pal or tpy to L..e be belness
OK. Ioct' aat. room old Armory bplildin.
-1--7. facptPm*

WI~ 3,I~ witor ah uiabl
he ftbowlda 9" omm house Owme
O -M NO0 Sto or it I l3Uall-
& Geed investment. as I am will-
Ste to"arwlt ofiterest. Ad-
diem AluwNmer, Carn JowSaL

Cam.Ow. o li ms, m npaws

sar r Iand aG

brewwe gouateed T. I llb
amPr.e p.ftu -9 MIs. sehm.
WAMD-OE SO-tA wo rk Of
WAMr3~ tul mlt~ ts I~

kW Let W CrrrmK year fISIN. F
dynamo as raw wi o w W
O~ ~LRelinsesa

WAXM.-4 O 9MGMt at Tuaw08
31@ f-t mu w E- a AmImd prove
ea C. G.ao ~wn T 3h'so. Thou.
~rms ITS eamesto NDctric Os,.
eW- latim sadr" Beyl s4 trets

WANI~.5 or 6 r house se.
eas. C. 0. mere,~ This.. Bu~idng

AL IL UNQIA watse you re mev
am.. 1am n 11gr

NO _ALNTU.-AII ywomn perss wao
arf W"j ____g w boak-
keepers, thae rsei positions or
promotla tooresatawith Va lmme.
diately. Wmaseew sou Good pos-
Itloas. We arefhavbg =Ne a!!,
daily than we cain supply. it will cov
'M nohim to to1"I"r -WfUs.noa=
& Munro, PoptIetoM The MKbOl
Business O*Cem No. 6S.4 N. RIal
SL. MlobileM ALa tame

No43Y T1O LPWW-Oa So" ryt a
ft" I- U- or is us esLa so"
at 10et so s Itdse IL
subw bmadow aim
UONUT 0 @ND a s v pmm4
me& 4d 3 6 Lhgo. r fl%

Geserafmt IWm.L J.lAIur.
uwl~l LQ&NAD as -low~
aftsid1 -1 aoy UOsEL S
so"e Les fA

WONET LOANNI as ad Mbib" e-
af- asww sbabt =j~
Tems ow. W bReklm moupda
South ft "kii* IL144~u
UN-ArrXatmy plf
as an 06"06. P"OM-e~ ~
speew 00-0 OR ISMc,~\
1lt o
uT~uvrlUDD am-r at r~ I' 10m
---~" NmQ Tr rrrla r saaa

eWerybt woydy to knw tht we 3t tmS.
aUe u rmb a"d tla" tmfand
Se. ttheolid ssad. New Orleans
Qarf Oa. Ja& EcEug PpM
S6 Sw 4. OALAfx' ST.
"Mmw" 1a &at ~ boo m nT om NAIIA K01ot4M5
-a or 3 i atrinin.d ami ait keses
~ h Jal Vutr of m~lhr eSI atbu rat eq~


- J-- V~ V' 7~C-

le. -NTT--4aloon and fixtures, cor- *
-rW '.se--a- and ZarraoLssa. -
Rady for occupancy. Apply to Mrs. ROOMS ANDWb ARD-A few board
OardlalU 8 Sp. es street. 2601w er wanted at 13 W. Belmont New-
I ly opene. 27octli
unM RE T-t-va r fhed or utsrntalsh- op e Ioi
d2 roms for at. Apply a 2t 4 BDOARDMl WANT -43. Gregory
s a-S tr et. OctS s street. Good locxatIo with or with-
WK rooms"e1-me
IPM RiT-r.-- ge hou W gsultabl
tk bolardi l ouse, 240 la eade-! WANTED-A few boarders at W.
cil. Apply J. D &IL. | oal aoclwks
34CL t. WANTr-.-O or tio leaders: men

FUt RENT-A ve-room cottage
116 L Cervantes. 2 blocks ftm ear.
wth am, bath a"d *six-. ND.
Ay bto HR. Gib, Hardware
Dpt.. Forces' Store. IJoetlam
F1 INT.-.Rea HeHe Iasl 4W
ab 62~ Dr. W. 8. Ba& No. 1l W.
.Ma StIAt W to I ILM7 Ca,,

p wT*W. Appy o raddres No. 1
W. LARU% ar. 3octrme
RAT NO1Ur-1 SighM tad nMy.
Kn~ruPlr Jy bm tugh sad
ieas. einl3*d, pj rw~I
579 Se- Pa fe Sa t "d
els& 00 amo a.

M-i. J. J. Agers bes a e yellow
Sf teverery s cmoserafl thfgumh ser-
___a_ eral epiai 0the t m both in
- -__ ^- -~Pr aIdUN k Olaa d S ,,,n,
IT.--A bhar; speckled; very oMld;ers .,lm to rquirmn
mwe s -ome ta*eom." ebro a trained w swimsw. Calln a
Seted to "ity Bale, 'naer wear at 14Spai OiC r phoae i53
Si am et. OO ctlw[ --4 rias. iooa

ders at ureeI a Watos or JOf -
. +4
JUST RBC1MVED--I large hld
imported Olive OIL Retail
galoa or larer quantMy. G.
& Co., ship chadlers A ee. ad
South Pala&oi.
Makes tcwls especially weB Ga
The henapet eho to be 4 t
Wellen & Co, Phone 33

FOR SALE--I am Flonrda UtAftAL
for Fire and Burglar Prooi ta
Va(. Fixtures of all n M
manuosatared by Alpine f asi
Look Company of Clasat. OL
Oommunlamte with ae tor peles
terms before baying elsewhere. sea
'tt Moreno, Pausaeol, 1.

FOR BALt-At a amu G
stor. stook se i Msua. O
32.14 Inteadamla. -t

WANTD--becond-hnad Cas, 0
and csauM Sed mea1 aSak Ot:
town shipaets allbuit gWrfte
F. s. MeUea & O. mto"rii 6
FOR SALE-Ofne Choc teb e M ot
of tao ridge 4at of t.' l aUM
railway, between MI On ka
Nature has favored tht isI O a" 1
cannot be duplcated &. V. CQabin.
FOR SALE.-Fine Horses a4 Mule
for sale at all times. Turpeath
operators' wants gIvo 'tpeoia? attea
uoa. Call on or address DIno ft
Penuel. Marianna, F. actlat
WANTED.-You to.know that yo c"
buy nice, clean old paper at r
office cheap.
FOR SALE.-My residence o

I u w- t rent~t yoU are a sle to your lnd-
d andi tust thew aamt d yaw rent mlnty"
mk miMk a longS f ahim.

Ie a lemownwer and Independent

We have number d home properties that can
be pr-ch- d with a small payment down and
aB mlhly p vyuIsts thereter, ant d in a f ew
Spropertsy will be yourM.
A-L uh Kr particulars.

Pensacola Investment Co.
W.sasM.MaMUMi. I&sWwy a. simts .
&.a. aMUM mum m. aw smrsorm Seortary.
Zeal ageme4 &*map 68~wes

61 ords for t t eit'
- ito for-tA" aoI Outitde
not will ulms can h
% -t. p odr. Or.

"OW ImusG aLarg p ptro
'C~ t e RSOO N for sr SAl
trIfteouwrre Dukiag.
ham' aImaesgGardw a. Znseil, a

S B SALL.--hlnsle and Wood to.-
Apply to C. L. Creighton'j
pu waet of MunCoee wharf.

.IST OPENED--th Hayn* Street
Mdat Market, corner B. Brainard
an T. Hayne. Fresh meats and veS-
ptables of all deserlption. W. W.
tints, Prop. Telephone No. 1205.
O |aOctlm"

TM .alNt and your S aLWaIs will
aTe earseul attment. D. hale W-.
'on & Co.

How Is ReaM Estate

4 -T 7

The Fisher Real rtte
Agency Will Pbst You.

S room house and 2 lots on
"S" Street, between LARua and
Jackson streets.. .. .. ..... .$60.00
House is new; repts for $5.00
per month; this is a good In-

Two houses and' one vacant
lot on West Government street,
between D and E streets; 70 ft.
front on Govesrlment; house
rents for $14.00 per month... .$1350.00

10 lots in block 48, West King
Tract .......................500

331 N. Spring street, 7-room
house, neighborhood excellent;
lot 50x125 feet, between Wright
and Belmont streets......... .$1700.00

5 lots on Northwest corner of
Eighth avenue and Avery Sts..$ 250.00

We show our faith in the above
propositions by otering to lend you
without charge any reasonable amount
of the purchase price at the market
rate of Interest.



Irt Directory.

ROm M Theema 8Uudla.

T. wpx

J.. P, STM
Att rdeymduddat Lw
SI East oveuwmrt reat.
General Law Practdea.

Rsam a Thieahl da PheMe 73

Fslher mUdhsg, 2W4i South Palaxes
street .
PHONE 828.


Room S Brent Buling. Phone, O.

Attorneyand Counsellor atLaw
461 hlehisen Building.

Hill. either ncmg wle a at TheJourl e a
of twisy lots 4137 1 e,' all at The Journal office and get
quarter block of five lots. Apply aold newspapers at 5 a hundred. Clean *, m* J ramt~v*.
my office, Thiesea Building f or alnd whole. Good wr wrapping paper A writer on. hirds, Edmund Beloa
er particulars. C I. Higraaa O& r to put under matting. describes a song contest between two
24auglm. I. PRV IVE tr L. male nighthi ale. "Jealousy," he says,
A8 AD PREVENTIVE try Lewns ,In ,ld Lewi s,.ta lI-- t . tAt..
0o O TU RTON tri atal and Chill Cu ~ t c did ot U to blind them on the
m loa&d d 4 to cred. It is a ood tonic, a merit of each other's performance
of eh"X& He makes 'to sta cured. It Is a good tonic. a. merlt
t chhgeI He s*a g t liod-liver regulator. You need It at I Though ofta Obne, upon hearing the
graphs ta e o a* M .a .i this tlme of the year. On sale at all sweet, hostle strain, would burst
* mdl ralsts. or at Lewis & Co., t~asl forth intnnUtly itself-and here there
FOR SALE CHEAP-My threii. QGoernment street. Price, 90c. was o certain mark of appreciation-
old Berkshire herd Loar, P a .e s1 Ueplm. yet sometimes, perhaps quite as often,
Florida, No. 68.s23. Also a- seta .,..ULA,, MAIL IN-.o. .-- It It would put it head on one side and
young pigs. 1 I l-mont~ae boar, ab e for travel in Da.er. liste with aectly the appearance of
Sregstered and transterred. Carl t each way. iSo C y to a musical ,onnomseur, weighing, test-
terlind. Chipley. F1 hbead. edG J. M. Tghle, Chple. frg and appIMtig each note as it
FOR SAL-K-10--room oaae. a t t4ch Issued from tbq iival bill. A curious,
t, 3 blocks from Palae alet T half suppressed expression would steal
1t on car dne. For PUeatlan ., REAL STATL. or seem to steal-for fancy may play
quire of Standard loati Ca. AL XSTATE in all parts of eft. her part in such matters-over the
29 JawU 4 bur the W grotad nsd we will listening.btrd, and the idea appeared
ALL FOR $1-10 lb. Granulated I yr.house on a le te pai to obe, Howu quisite would be those
Sugar, 1 pound Our Own Prushl mo D. ale Wilea & O strall sre they not suns by -,
parche Mocha and Java DCo, it ELonO- U LI. DIamud. Ta lro and yet I 'm t admit that they are x-
AlderDay Baking Powder, this PowdT -.' cl-' things leeed, psusk and qUaite' "
is equal to Royal that coats you go r3"e an shortt -Wtte No. 11%
cts. per pound. New Orleans G yc a Owt Gowmer t tsmloa. Fl Thel aitr W oe Pet eem.
Co. als Fromn diary kept by one of the
PLUTO! PLUTO!! PLUTO!I!-For SAILMAKEr survUayr, it appears that the first use
sale at the following stores: Hal+ta J. I. PORTB, &almaloe. 716 Si oa. petroleum as a remedy In this coun-
drug store, Hooton's drug stqrn, gaIr l fm street Orders take or try earoarrd ls the slighborbood of
g.s's drug store, White's dre g t0g awUa cap staas ad hbem the head- wates of the Allegheny, in
Sheppard's drug store, Bryaa's r. ete- reualloimta Sijas the western pert of New York, about
store, People's drug store, *pi Ca: the begnimuK of the nineteenth cen-
& Co., Lax Jacoby, J. E. DeMblo a tnry. A the aol W* from a spspring
Bros.. Marine Grocery, O'W tMt It saaum d ea the surface of shal.
Mary Miller, L. B. Ga get, L low oeet. i, 4 H a ieonl propertes
Jas. Basme & Co. S TD- e f Pms wee the L.dia. .
Co. W hoI34aI, by psw e sc rena sewV 5 e Puaa OS w w* ip,. I Ba r the indlau s in
Co. Wholesale by Jae. I I.. wearylw U It jLe eoamma mat xscaww. me. v. Thi OIL
it a" jo never will be t tt Ads daveS S thrI r lm i SW whch Ile s gta. kowsn s "Sesnes
FOR SA D-esstal ha ;1% am agrXePit 4" "Gi e Nrd i l V" wmnidNlPdfso dristd In the
City. TeltNal. Ftr d to t311 sii .-t .- *Ms-- a 1M*taRcrIW
Apply to A. M. MeIllam. 'hi S ats sh theforms
*.* q u;,S te rtt m a

adbeigh bow~ h
S~STabkms- -May 6.19M

'm --h-'- M' 1 -- "~Mtf
Nao. N
Lv Atlata (C. o OS. I)....1:.Mai ?7:6S. 0 ........ .......
Lv Maeon (C. ofQa. BY.) 345 a 11:35a. ........ ........
Lv Cuthbert.. .. .... .... T:ms 4:0tS-. ........ ......
Lv Arllasto.. .... ...... 6:3i4 5:165p ........ ...0....
Lv Bainbride.. .. ... .. .11:s. 6:55p.lm :M2s .......
Ar Tallaasse.. .. .......1U:5ip 8:40pm :0Nm ....'....
Lt Tallahass (S. A. IB) 1:. 4:0 ........ ......
Ar Jack'vtle. (S. A. L. Ry.) T:40ph 10:50a ........ ....
Lv Tallahassee.. ........ 2:10m 8:00.m 3-l.m 3:W'
Lv Boc y.opy.. ... .. ..3;14 16:00am 9:L.m *:.":
LT LAark.. .. .. .. .. .. 8:Mpm 10:45a.m 10:M6a. le: a
Lv Carrabell. .. ......... 4:0p. ....... 10:15e. 10:agap
Ar Ap)mlWbtool .. .. .... ........... ......
Naa .. NG.. NM, Oi
Lv Apalachicola.. .. ... *:.m ........ ........
Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. .. ..11:30.ma 2:00p.m C:0pa 4:M m
Lv Lanark .. . .... 1:45am 2:0pJm :4m 4
Lv Sopchoppy.. .... ..12t:lM $3:14"m 7:lnpJm I i s
Ar Tallahasee.. ......... l:W. 1:-9= *:pms *:= -
Lv Jack'vlle,(B. A. L& A .).. ':.5 1 4:. p.a ........ ........
At hbltabase((S.AJ,.L .).. S:10p 16:a ........ ........
Lv Tallhassee.. .. .. .... : ft :Ua.m 8:45p9m :
Lv Baulbridge.. .. .. .. ..:5pm 8:27am Arl::3 A .m 8.
Ar Arlngton.. .... .. ... 7:2pm 10:l-a.m ........ 1o:
Lv Cuthbert.(d. of OGa.y.) .. :41p il:55am ........ Arxtl:
Lv Macon, (C. of OG RI.).. 4:15la 4:&m ........*m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of RLy.).. T:5am 7::p .......... I:I
NOTtICE::-TlM pfI. S 6ad win dpart from, mw r kv 09
of hetwsll tmnrt, ilamkbi
Tickets for Troia. i5 levi g blkbrkL e hu d&Ak a 61 0. a m6 K fI
cn ale at he em e of t Cl C b. mIsey CesuWPy.
*Train fo. S6win p iU bf at Liwnsk fe r b Hi W
49"Gral mongw. Traw. PSA Own PtmL A0



There wMil be a -'A-- ths
body oa theSolt third I edues. I
a aldeach *A 1:00W01 6All
dolegats rwe rtsW40kp*
W. U EIK AT lveu

Posftet b Waso I L IL 49 r.
me"every maidiw .5 1:8
old@* ~ at 6010 GOOD

dbt "helmt, r~

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C. OSTY1 L de~d.

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to Visiting KIwot$"
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Invted.& mv
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I eel"* InL a 6.
ltjul sisters e ordwba low O
present MRS. I. L-T
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etatonsad scre teratufgs.
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M. a B. A. Na1 m ansmI s
third W*d600daj *eMac sat fItl 9
i., Rafford Hr W 10 W U S@(
denci Stret.
J. L. SWIsnt. Ag
Ur Oak Cmntp o W, W. 4.
eetsa Is Pytamia R- A*
Wedueeday t iga*lin

AgInas m saft1

W. 0. W. C,0 Oak r% Ifta. 4
Woodame Circle Maets bIt Thurtat
of each amath at : pi V., l fr
wtmsa buidi"g 68E5sW St WAr
Palafx and OassA treli. V~M
sovereigns cordially taInt. aV. W
A. Smith, Clerk; r X. AK Oia

P. A. WI- .
to Peoasals ll -
tn business PI*aalS 91ft I
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,ekly Payments

f 1.N OWnly.

Taxes I No Interestl

Fhos. Pebley,
Cor. Romana an'l Palafox Bt
Poase 659.

F# b ALX
tAL0.--46 acres Improved and
ered Ind 4% miles eat of
ama, Ia Jackson county. For
r tile atMio call on or address
dee, Bw 24, Martanna, FlI.
SALM--a4rg quantity of old
spersa hand for sale. All
aad wbale. Only Sc a hundred.

MO1 VI-10 lbs. Granulated.
)i paosld Our Own 90 eta.
I-Tea, 1mlMid Alderiay Bak-
wder, tt powder Is eq8 l to
hat msWr you W cent per
sWOd sas Grocery Co.

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6 .

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VWi V..,
Nw L gulu~p

of -m
^*3am& fm
&<**nu -d-

M affltall' w-s
Now"IN044a"A sard 616W cow
AEOMON6.to SwimILj.
0 K io.tow let New (Aw.
L '10 L J. WlS
)IuM la Aw a" CRY, Not06
I ag m is, we*S. aDeoffic
04 Im odeber owwmasM~

b, 104" A1 Trad, b.. 88.

Ow .7 A~ ---m 1-26iairaft I-S r~
3jI~Iu Ist T. No&IS. we* KIMg
VOL 8 IL warwPr QI
3' t -I WNO to AW"
111106k -4 -W% it 6 ft block
uIil *W h" tomold-


Yn, 14
06.G' l hnaaM LL. *IAS

rra h /
'bw m ulsut to the 2KiWU
me. --*-- W.a

Cm% 1A W. S&Keyuwr & CL
"- toGumf Transit M
46S2. )&Vw MYor er k in.r
TUNOW5nD firas Lased 314S, VO
alCrw to L afata & co.
im~bsa B r n, tOShSM.smY,
thrnws to order.
Vivins., Spa as, Budl46 B, 1068Uv-
tpoo, to Gulf Triasit Co.

Tribow, ano. 14460aw, 14,5I,
dM to A. Zellu&
Nor. shbip Ia,6 *22OiA, A5WOU5M.
hrom IMtk to Master.
Iti ship Trinlto, 1472, bSaata
rom Ric Jaaerlo 0o amms" Dons.

u/i,,,i_---Sj_ x. ---P&: ... ... ... ni t'- -
-- OlU, ,WO DBoUmber, Nor bk, Anderlms 10a
wn *-M mleiod to Southera States Lam
R 1t 40A pm a of apO m INu ad. br Co.
r v I* 1 .90 0 ot t Ma of Dbarwar, Swd. Bk, 1271, OtmN,-
-Ia c trtopy asppdy t Chear Antwerp, to Pitch Pote Lamber Co.
SI .t11 I t als.t Nor. bk. Dbeneser, 771, Quall, fr-
-1 a am to be e-d -beh w winter is Lo~a doo.
em *me-- me s-W a i mand St-. aQr. bk. Gesli, 1376, Falk, from
-an...b- 1 -le when Ha..bur,.
a o "- asa "t f mt o same oA mro Nor. bk. M3 J. ftcer CaSPt. Plater-
*^y^--Y cb 1 Iittgtd Af -MO M0-s &soBn, Lduaryrn, K reymr & C o. UK
% .... a laur dme .* Nor. bk. East .Craft 1 48. Jobhao
a taF 'b ad. 1 Ts h t I frotaf Dublla to Master.
ftL "amsuoai- .or b.. bk.Meo, 1w NS-llfe1. from
mea-Fam' 0 .ld b. k i. YUNlU. UwerooL to Ail ZesiaU
li thaif it pnmeorence t6 Pruno, Ital bk, Gibei., 1212, Ant
I r sa_ b y a ~r- w werp, to order.
U The t for the 9e4.. of the yel- fSmroe, Nor bk, Owlso, 41 PWO
lowr ever sufferers to pmtg dolly'. W''r, Nor zbk. Tom4ne1Oe. 349
bet it will require many doesyios be- Rotterd
..... .oare the necessary amount is reached. Wildwood. Nor. bk., Nilsm, 1476,
The donations to date are Us tol- Troow to -. zelias.
-owa: Sarkentines.
SKsl4M.n.. u .d............. ..M Alfa, Danish Bkta, 271, Ra"u5ss.
0111 r T T iesIreat. C. Itamen ... .. ......... S66 Cear, Brasl.
MMP14 (L Msi 0@11 141, Oct.. -e- Walton Lad sad Timber Po.. 2e300 mar.
d, .. . ldr e cured Capt. Wi. Bsu ............ pt"* C. W. Mills, Am ac Mailman, 318
-- .-a ..... *I e-m thi. aftiesa when Ja.ehn. Biea .r....... 10. Havana, to J. A. Merritt & Co.
** ~ -* *.C:*--- =-- the "-l it" were The Sa White Store..... ... zimBa. Br sch, He iebery, O I H
V 4'Y111* 110f -ii. y S IiM c game ea Mrs.0.. a Mckeyaolds......... 6.00 ya,
** * *** r- iA D.. B Rutherord ....'......... B.. Halmar, Ai s, ALM 6, Key
.S., .......... w al "t" team D. & 1. Mayer ......... 0 West to Gulf Transit' o.
S. .. .. ~ WI........A m Itoer; Lode, K. .. 10 9
i. Cm ..i r; it a wrd. So Lther Cotton Oil ... 5
.;." M l . .. 6 a .....* ..,** A Utlae w ay a e"; Knowa es Bros, .. .... .... 5 00
S -.. .. .. .. ...... ...... C es- M r n met Wolte .. .. .. .. 10 0 This Is to certify that all druggists
S,,. .............. W Mte; L. A.s riht jeld; Raerma-Lanser Tradig Co are authorized to reAp-d your moaey
** ......**.....*............ t. W.... te, Joh. a ThopGon .. ... .. .. 0 it Foley's Honey a ..Tar tails to
-,. i 4o ** *******...4.-O 1 ir- r .r J..o Whlte, Jr .. .. .. .. 5 0 CTe y aw or qM.d It steps the
... ,A u f ..415 TAw Fta d up as Bllows: Wliam Camp ......... 100 cough, Bhels the lur.-ad prevents
.T'| rllh So dereu ab s di, pitk.erm; Cea l ff. T. P. McCloskey .... .. .. serious Mealsit from Jold. Case sa
..; r. Vck -rsAt base; Kandy Kithen ........ .. 1 00 grimppe coagh add qgtals peaWsta.
u n- ,, m.as b--; Vak A. V. Chtba .. ....... ... 1i.0 a00 ndastle O bl ao olpt
a-t oans irA C. D. CSWt ., ia.t Fi .....ua ... 10 l*o M ates. Te ILa y ellow w
SZ _nty, JaIt SeM; * A. M. McMilla .. .. .. .... 10 00 age. Retu .... W.. A. Dl
l b Iii 1 gm 4 M11 a 61 o 0t.; BweI 5ea IjIl Ca ao. AD. TW OD UI ......... .. .. .. emberts, D.rlte ap thearTy.
a r IL 7. Ws a bH. M a u ler ...........t .... 0 T. .
meord at th "s as" The Old Doatio n* T. A. Jmsea 1 0
i whe, Va e r;I hlit mI nuf 11 M. K. Corley, Hattlesburg...... 6.00 Ceo. W. W t............ 60.
i ii .. ..... ..kt We tMak Ma will not prove Pirat Nauosal Ba k..........$100 Csh ................... 0
.. .aress #or br I | r he9puawy a tremendous W. Keyser Co........... 200t~ Quin & OGuttmas ....... .... O.
SiP rArican National Bank...... W 0. m Re ily ...... 250
g .....we1J "rae 9 S tiatlpin awothpr osol[idated Grocery Co...... 150.09 3 A. Friedman...... 10
"WIt Ot 3 ea t an earl date. Alu are corI Wr. J. Bchreyet............... D0.96 D nhelsser ...'...*....... 1S.
. .. .. rt lt to ttead. TheM C. Watson.............. U H. 0 r Anso.... ..... ....... 100 "
a . .BOY.&1s- Esc -mb a eak ty Coo........e..., I. Marton L Q ui ........... .2 .00
;. .-,, S Lee Daniel ................. .. 2060 W.J. & B, Forbes.......... t
,... . l L A. Blout...... ............ N.~.-9 Goldrn.. .. .......1.0
tera k. Ieti e tate N cMn t THE oENUINE HW. A. Blous ............... ~0 Ca h .... .............. 5.
..Ont~ao y ft C. Waao. .orited Ha anah Bro.s.. ............... M ... ..4 00.e 10
NOUW mA Tla ar. a thnrat a t ng people's Bank........ ..... W H. White Co............ .0
_. ...e e . .al. S te h o.. .W.....a.. F h :: :: : : :::: n ........ og
A * ** an : :t o f" the "at P e n ae o la W ate .r O o ... ... I N .O P n saco Sa bl Ceo ,.. ........ 10 .
I M llk 4em*i Tao my a tofe omSH n" .o.USter U C Coe ......... ....1 s.o C. Thiesen .......... ....
m** a *a bri e. ba t st.a tlrbIs a oe Colea t ......o.... S1 other Bell Telep n i C.. ._00

400ea e l m vr t g a sati Th oase me ftI = A F. W... I..e.t*** 0 *(M J.d. j. s .Myc lu r .... ........ L0 "
m hve i s ee b e similar sond Al imeM K o. LF onusa............. ... .0 m Mor ager .............. 50 0
S--~-~ ~ --I' we, ~na~ Ik Southern Rates Lumber 0o.... x e."N Armour Packng o.......

.. ~ S i.a a * ..Coot solidatd dtNavaltrCo.. 100. D u. ar ................ 600

a ta.(t i~ Palf

A t_- s W. A. D'Ale x .teJ A. Ma.uers....e.............. M A . ..........S 100
...........U.i .G.l Steamship o .......... a, i an ie Co .. .H o0
S-mt o. ag e h..i........... .O .n w Mr .o ........ Ie
St o .. .... L716 i To ? "a T D. Ger ea .... ............. 00 nr...... 10 6

t1 --t-M- ABe we m i P. -otter. Co................ 00 j. Roberts............. 0
..&t yt eti a branch Joe. Coleman ......... 2.00 Cit leni Na i Co. .. ..a...... 100.
0Mo C.1ke| Marr Cen
,s t.'a o s_ 'W e eUl I .ta L- h...... .... ......* e F.W Mar .. .......... io

.id -mmm- :^ .- I9 .. ..... .. B. Par h.t .e ............. |M ciai eto o ...... 215 -
AWNS W-to' wl "*ink0rranm >lk alao&. J o.R 3...Jo............... wR.M c. Cry .................. 10
Sor _10 __ e_,ie gAl o r m mpobptly.e Tu Lf.non. & Co...........0o.- J. 3d. OBieas .............16

f U 5y j wttaro fr gad. Ga B s Johnson & SO................ P. .ensacola. Gasro. .... .... 1
-,- O, C lu tter M c H ouse.. ......... 0.00 ]Me tric T er m inal ai ly o ".. S
.. .............................. .........o..............11.90 Oouldn elegtl .............. no
ea...C..... 100 .

2"k S. Cabs BCo Jrakt............... . C o... ...*********.... .9 .A
b pber .. ............. o ArB Jodn-l A e C. .... ... .. ...

A. a ae Jr ......... ...... o ar. a... ..nCo .. ...... ....
wosi-g-mP-i& Gsrdos .. Dan........... ..a D. e. IuaC.elw C o............49
Gas6 H.> H M o yr ..... o.......... X A ..................... .
i^M' ' L- N. 0.3rf BrCHer.... ........... pl o y W. Cootrt a Co .... 5
TTyigkadDo 1a leelsioa oo........... W C. lr.............
A. M. v er .. .. ...... a k ................ 100
Gordon &BCown..........D. 1
Germ.................. ......... WIis-uh e .B.... r laei

Tal Ege0 -- ................ *O Cto.a.e... ........ ... .. I

Grnee w r&& Wto...o o LFe. A Co................... 1P. 0. now* & o6 .
_a.V D aartr........ .... ... ld q.Prllte ................
*A00. A oe..........: .I'm..
*a11M4a F. Ja 5S* .. N. Winmllas.............
Nt.p Api- ose" M J.. ............. B.ik ArCo .. .............. .. .
-77H7 OW L ub" bl-af a Co ........,,

#am -nm . ,-**............ .s- u P . .. .. .. b*
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Rlenember, It Op jday,Nov. 1
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To Fit The Out With

Shoes, Clothi Underwear,

Hats, Caps and Hosiery.

We have the


Largest and Best Selected Stock

in West florida and at reasonable prices.

FROM $1.50 TO .00; SIZES S TO
PRICE FROM $5.00 TO $15.00.
50c and 75c.

$1.00 AND $1.50.
CHILDREN' CAPS, 25 to $2.00

18 UNEXCELED; SZES 9 TO 11, 75t
TO $200; IZES 11V/ to 2 FROM
$1.00 TO $2.50; ZES M21/ to */b, $1.
WEAR FROM 35c to $200 PER SUT.
259 AND S0e.
SIZS to 8, 00o TO $1.N; W/fTO
11, 7t to 2.00; 11 Vto 2, $100 to
$2.0; 21/ to 5, $1.50 TO $&00.

When we placed our orders for fall Geods. we
calculated on having the largest business this season.
In the history of our firm and bought accordingly.
The fever has not caused us to alter our plans one
ieta, consequently we are now prepared to offer the
public the grandest line of merchandise ever shown
in this city.


'aIld 8. Btft Cincinnati ......
"Im. u dlt.un .... ... ...
fis, Whippll & Co, Cincinnati
l Aday .behoi children of Bag-
aiSBhkka.a ...... ..
. TW1llilas & Co., Milton..
B LGuaderhimer.... .. .
DIblbia LaId &t Mft Co....-
fmron D. Stevens .......
S Afe, county
Colored List.




10 00
24 O80

i Zk o un day scnoc' .... 6 0f
I, M. IAwe, (Sentinel) .... 2 6
io. 1. Jae,............... 5
W. H. Harvey ............... 200
-des LynaLn ............... 1 0
kchard Morris ............. 5 0
0as ............................ 6
L. r. Andnma ............. .
Ieri Blue ................. 1 o
ret d Gordon .............. 1 0
ft, Pla chreh ............ .. 75
wIoidmgton Clark .......... 375
*itseld Dupont ............ 1
tov. W. A. Wooda, 0th Avenue
Ba9gat CbhuB ,.............
res McMl eat............. 1.00
A' OlarO Citts ........... 5 36
ALreOs4. Jobsa.n .. ...... 1 99
Mt. 2W6 B"wtl Church ...... 2.1

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gg0i1"Ouae.' While you have health. TODAY IS
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