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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: July 5, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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B*cy Aoseulated Pr1p. traltyY sayR ItT wi TMet formation as
11a11 M yOdessa, July 4.---t isnflesa ers t tio W tLe2aboltag thce KniasPo- 11 I
|aateatly inarmy and a irelo d na the are *h ited WW WU WW LA9
I 1 that the Kntas Potenfit r berlatos .1 l it I metleers have
PENAI TY I g /l" stalked and. rsued by gsa to splS 0 wu iln.ll not.go to0 a RECOR4REAKIN DAY INCI--' S
Li4.ii i 1iI L i i 4 \ pedo boats which intend tolink hIr. BIIB_1riaa< a1i l rt^ btt w"illT ...._ Et0 A bu
ThI !N\ IS H A pe crews of the boats coa e d. r Batoa, wht the rol HISTORY--BI BARBECUE AND lt A ss b S
eers and volunteers so =e. is go tionists wfillgive the= succor and
.- I danger of their refusal to -ttlc t he 1whome the m.uineers could esape to MANY RACING VENrTS-THREE lfti W. B. S pp
a P T TUr i-re egade ship. th mountains of the Ca ucas THOUSAND PEOPLE PRESENT
piniim MW I. !to F. i, --l destroying such a o s4 0---andF E .. A...1 4 T
000Fim. gpowelul ship and at the a eft Ste, TO REVIVE MUTINY. Special to The Journal. EXERCISES OPENED WIT
but this is thought to be p fttle to Chipley, Fla., July 4.-This was a TIONAL SALUTE OF 45 .
TBthe continued dishonor qt he pres- Odemas hly 4.--An attempt to re- red letter day in Chipley Early In
ITATOE ATTORNEY BELIEVE6 e In the Back Sea fcoaiied by viTe the mutimay on the battleship the day the people commenced coing FOLLOWED BY PLAG RAl
PI \N" r.L M AL Om n .. I Geort doosets was covered to- i in processions a quarter of a mls
INER WILL E ALLOWED severalstorpedo boats worted a* frustrated b loyal sailors long and the streets were jammed. By ORATORY AND SPORTS 0
SNOOdessa last aight a4-.It was re. who delivered six leaders to the an- 10 o'clock the erowd was estimated at
NWO W EAL HELSI--I Rv ported that the Knias Po use had thoritles Of the torpedo boats. 8000. The exercises commenced about
ING APPEAL MITHELL STILLE. een sighted 25 miles here. 10 with the firing of the national DISPLAY AT NIGHT.
SEAT IN SENAT -though her exact ware TRAN T REW salute, reading of the Declaration o
T AIwN E~kAT IN MENAT. ou er exat SURRENOERCO. Independence by Harry Wells, follow-
,., , *--- ed by an able address i y Hon. W. A. *
w nT i M T M" aTll ]L rt burll JuTa r-a is stated Bryan, who was ascer of the day. The Fourth o July celebrate
MsYTO REA "AUiJ* ti p anspol ;rciYa, the C w of Mr. Bryan paid a glowing tribute .o new Bay View Par on Bayou
"- land .J-c4.-. eejt TOu" RnE A WW" "ch joined tIhe autineers In the the Pensacola Journal, saying It was yesterday was a most enuoyabl
'u. July 4.it-C hel Uit- 5e.e r r Juyharbor of Odessa, warren d to-day the leading paper of West Florida, and successful event in eey paric
efrom the decision e wl p St. Petersburg, July 4.- Admi- i RasaR waters. complimented it n .e celebration of thpe
's rendered last night On In the exercises of the day. In many yeara-and a large crow
t a, i.f. ti: thra cfofyCalifornia Hi rMay W i rHac ky wnino e moving sirit in e mat
,d comsel for the convicted the ft prize $2.00 sad Clark Donald- Mayor Bliss, who male the or
Spring the L S Cham pionshipsecond prize suggestion for holding a genera
Sourt of the United State. first pri-e was won by Clarence Edger. park In that way. The quggestio
Sthe United States Circuit ton, 2; second prize to Troy Johnson, immediately adopted by the r
eas will be By AssociatedP their match against H. Smith and 1.00 of East Hill and by promnen
Attormer Henr saidto-ay 1 London, July 4.-Miss MIy Sutton. Frank l Risley. It looks as though In the foot race for "boys" over 4) in other parts of the city, wit
S o" & ds for an appeal and of Pasadena, Cal., upheld the lonor of Miss Sutton will carry the champion- years old the popularity of The Jour- result which was .o plensm? to
She law would notallow the the United States in the lwl ship to the United States. She has nal was shown by a list of five "gray one who attended yesterday.
rtht Of farther heart tem CARICATURE SKETCH OF GENERAL LINEVITCH- tennis championships at Witbledon literally taken the breath from her beards" lining up as follows: J. B. The exercises of the day open
< t~he eartmook ~ sx llot General IAnerltch saceeded Kuropatkin In Manchuria uring the to-day, when A. Learned anMt Wa. J. opponewtl y her dashing game, meet Hogeboom, Dick Hampton B. W. Ber a national salute.of 45 guns, fr
oteas theMred eleven Jtook rs folotset r War he le the Rua a troops when the allies marched to Peking. Clothier were defeated a04 Holcomb ing them at all points in speed and rJ. A. Jenckins, and b. K. Geeding. a special nqUat from Fort Barr
Mn. ,ed eleven rs for Aording to hi ow reports General Inevitch has annihilated ever Ward and Beals C. W te J. A. Jeckint prize, a one at noon, and at 130 the be
xpee terl a thousand more hJaMsae ta the Mikado has seat to the flat. -A u raised and then while Ch
*,xp ed n r Ih s et ^ _-'; .... a year subscription to The Daily Jour-. . .. . ...
n.s Mitcbhe-l willhbe S nrA and W ond priz the Bnd played national ar a
tiWeekly aournai for oneyea n Washingtonewl a, tt of. Axa
,t .. ... kn w A ina WinIn A I The Journal premium for "boys" dart, was run up and unfurled t
d -e -- dre e Bstau h1 a Br- a u JuImunder forty nin o n. As the flag s bein
SIA ne A B'A mn- taad a -t ..." .:.I.J 0.. c..cke...s .. aJ.J.aller of Vernon, won the rs It t
woe rs m 4V p r T e barbe h e was a great success On the Fourth of July, 1776,a



mond the feast was well cooked. J. L. was promulgated to the world
'it apiwal of the rase 0 --on w cises_- = = -i.tahgeceful man.- -



By A-ocsited Pm O tlor l r he was drowned. At least this is the WOM N n-nJuly4-lb a H ar waa, "chetIs" and etol dinner was grandest instrument everdevitol
Sof the nrth July w s t death supposition as when the body was que- nolul w.e e on huge tables, nearly a human intelligence, animated



St N Herringt, a bot t e net ho huge oks on Noa th street launched the gerst government tetovltno
-Sta---U-" -- eeb in, this tey. No one witneswad the drdwng as.f O-guests repres en tati n o these were spread the Jour beeve, world's history voluntarily Ne
D >a .m. Ssrvnpou ,i a gent poli e regulations limiting the th thee Sons r of the er voluti. biscuits, crackers and cookies in great monwealth based upon certain
I e oThe young fian was the a of I. M hbort reI cracker and the hours Mrs. Delad Mel n, presidenten- a do ien entries, r kettles boil- Many nations had existed
han Montomery 0. e Herrinton, whodurig which they should be firedafterwards. e,that the boy was missedpre tonal Woman's uded.rage Assocaton ng on the side of the street. very- this, but all had been the resu o
A SI3IJA L. ~isiE SrI N the. The barbecue was a great succenT On the Fourth of July, 1776,
B o d..OneOf the MOO* deplorable afa-irs he was drowned. Atnd the feast was, well cooked. J. L. was promulgated to the world
her of the Paentolf a poly e death supposition as when the body was y unanimously elected the old boserved onhad plenty and everybody was quest, c ession, purchae or evolby
Sotk Memhis 5. rst ame. ent yesterday he had a hol dida covered the feet andown th ere ers with the exception of ice MEA R NEN TO GIVE happy. There was not an accident, a Before then parts of natos ha
k Memphis 4, second and deided to sped it sh at Dr J Hri Per o ths ity, president at large and second auditorht, a quarrel or even a drunk to deavored to unloose the te that






.rry Pa.ss. He arrived a net with ws summoned. but found upon his as follows: President; Susan B. An. FWRB TO "WDISH PtOPOWI ma t pleasure of the day. the part to the whole, but never
South Atlantic Leacond as prepare to age, whoe, whe n A message was sent to the city for the Florence Kelly, of Illinois; correspond- re sembled given to the world a r
a Savannah ert ame. while fishingro a rtte e which hea river im during thportion e ing secretary, K1 ate M. Gordon, of TROULE WITH NRWAY was pulled out o it by "the country for throwing off the yoke of g
S1 Savannah2 seond Fehl and wasswned. t B. eveninglh, andbacould returne to theirana; record secretary, Alice quantities and amarried men wi th moral and political principles.
harom the reports ed l afst It rwas expecthat the boy was mi ll tione of Blan's Suffrage A asureraton again ot the single," "of the court. ousery- their principles of government; result



!e Augusta 0 s erringto t h accident occurred about was forely a be brought to the city early this morn- arriett Taylor, of Upton, Ohio. By Aociated Pr for Chipley against Wauau," et. in all history was ch a decla
o'er of the Pensacolan holie departown ng and soe time later the body was to-day unanimouslyStockh re-olmected theJuly 4.-The Associated Four odaold fountains were kept busy sent fort as tat which on tha
ie 1 e is 5. first game. inet to yesterday e had holiday e found floating down the river officers with the exception of vice MEA position to T GIVE happy. There was no t an accident, at with a rm reliance of nations prot
k Mon mphi 4, setw ond and decided to sped ti r.g at Dr. J Harris Pleroally byo this city, president at large and second auditor, n of the Swedsh art and a procla the M. E. Church people were kept the members of the Continental
Fe arry Passnt d r fee. He carried a net with was summoned but found upon his a follows: President; Susan B. Aon to this effect will probably be busy dealing ot ce ream. res pledged to each other their
him. and had made a good catch and arrival that life had long been extinct.da. Whe tony, of New York; vce-preident, After the exercesa a long cable was fore had a people in convendte
Atlantic Lea a ri t h A message was sent to the ity for the Florence Kelly, of Illinoi; ce orrespond- he ON FOLMEN OF of the B. C. St. A. R. ort embled given to the world a rous
5. Savannah 2. first game. Iw fell from a raft from which be was coroner, but Judge.Landrum had gone ing secretary, Kate M. Gordon, Of TROUVLE WIT" N6RWAY. was pulled out of It by "the country for throwing off the yoke of p
1t I, Savannah 2, second fishing and wa drowned. toBeulah, and could not be reached. Louisiana; recoring secretary, Alice against city,"then eistng and
om the repotsla t s expected that the remains will Stone of Blakwel. Mass.; treasurer, committee against the single," "the courthouse their nations boast of the
!e 1. Augusta 0 first night, the accident occurred about 6 be brought to the city early this mom. Harrlett Taylor, of Upton, Ohio. By Asociated Press. for Chipley against Wausau," etc. in all such a decla
o'clock. Te young m ad thrown g, an taken to the home of Mr. an Stockholm, July 4-Te Associated Four w will brak t record agan of the individual but this boate







: C iravo 8. first ame here today brought delegations to the kpTAMIS PLAY T( GAME fortune is the sovereign of thest
cao 2 second d gam s net into the water and n an effort Mrs Herrington. essOCCURs n a ositionto state that an by th thirsty. Tubs of annual International e water at with a firm reliane on ans haprot
S ashington 2, sec to pull it towhree ds him lst hisre balance e death of the young man very nty order h been ue r the mobilia- all the hydranums of there ctyrowded an of Divine Providence for ithas nev
and fell from the raft oaf i er. i much deplored raespeciallyby tho ti o the wedh y and a procla lliew team. AfteChurch people were ke an e member will bthe onscated bntal
d acunt dinnertee s a e n the net a with whom he was acquarno S whed. WATHY NEW YORKRono this effect willaron Rosen, of play the game cream. ress pleded to each oter their





tonal Leaguei t | bestrae t the ao the nw Rea n a measure fdor gitoving add- nn 1 to 1. OWhen we clebrate of other From that time to the presender
S2hi.adephia 5. first game. l eBy Diatos, sent which the afte e cotmmttee a p- the building of the new court house Other nations boast of the a1s
P uaphr 4, second ASO iN K fria Rprk tJlack --A appointed by tby Rr .a may mk the s twe will break the rw declared again, of the individual, but this boa
C ARB ON Yo I timo Md., July 4A--i ra ilay the NorWegian LAD .rU AND. MI S iv edt ae whoeby acc gidt ofroms u




t in 9 first game. coast steamerJos arriving LA R' A M Vdi by Baroness no to r y a ccien o t1
t. Loaos second ,WIr J E th te F Reedy a it her been robbe i of twentv4ve T R fe BAtres PLAY TIE GAME.e fortune is the sovereign of the bo
'. g eSpecial to 'hmo WHIj p Aee rEa er ben FRIaaY twe tydeeond annual Internadt --a iRo ctche games in poe. But we as Americans hay





.. \athngton 5. firs t near Miligant. a oene y a bi c TWEEN PAST HO aWSill be formally openedT p here tP T AaO .t the vicinity of Milvtew was playe' of a monarch, but as tte ene astia
Fuallo y, seco a i a three hundred wee pemat and t Mch it.e, t =is bhe la nifesed twenty thound in attendance, the Iendoms of this city and the hin Creator, and which has never


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anThe backers of the two papers are al- gwin on the case With his wife flUA drnams.- (ontiad a Pfe).
SRo'ton 0, trst ame. The property less is ItimatER t two ready making wagers as to the ad daughters, Mr. Higginson attead- ANNILATED
i iosi on 1, second game. mlithe dolfrs. owtwome, and If the weather is good ed the theatre Friday night. Upon

e ond IN be b jewels away as usual In a saf on the P T RRIBLY.-JUeneral
0DY OF SECRETARY Y IAY K tsead roMr.n PRB MATURE EXPLOSIC
IN STA TB AT CLB BIA ND S "aGreyJo a a,000t mrn Ain. M"s. Hinmo niHla ot Of1aanese battalion.
"Wilkes is a fast oua the track, th looked the night before. But it was were -d* m ton d PRIVATE OF OM Y H. EIFI INFANTnRY HAD A BLOWN
hackers of Blue Ribbon believe "thaajar when she went to it thu next position at.U s IA d and pursued
Ev'.S OF DISTIN9USHBD frT ATEMAR< QUA agM Y ERs~~she will come out the wIer, morng and it was empty. three ads. AND WA- BADLY URN IN AT
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The following letter is only one of
Smsany thousands which are on file in
I lI "I --l0 R the nnkhama omefe, and ro to prove
beyond question that Lydia E. Pink-
.. ham's Vegetable Compound must be a
THE TUGi remedy of great merit, otherwise It
O N A Hn couo mW e produce such marvelous re-
M ONaRlCw among sick aqd ailing women.
.......... De~ JMr. Pinkhalm. :-
prill run the following schedule Aboutanine months ago I w great maf-
fetr with womb trouble, which eaMsed -
Csmre ev xa< st... and fro-
FRI Y A TEMRNOONI searse f en which cthe or
fled to relleve mae. I tried Lydia B. Fink-
Leave City for Lite-Saving Btation., bo's VegtkCo mpoulDdad within a
:Wh. I Srt tine felt better, ad after taking five
: -bot it it I wasentirelyered. I therefore
Leave Life-Saving Station for Gulf, e fr set mmeftind your Compomd as a
4:45. i "4dipt es tonic. It makes the monthly
Return to Life-Saving Station, 5:45. periods rular and without pain ; and what
Leave Life-Saving Station for City, a bleing7l6isto fnd such a remedy after m o
6:00. eany doors fail to help you. I ampMsed
to recesnend ittball suauffring wom "-
Arrive Pensacola, 8:45. rs3 W iho,3 Eant3dteet, Ciacia-
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS Oa
ILDREN25If you have uppresd or painful
CHILDREN, 25 CENTh. menstruation, weakness of the stom-
_____ csh. Indigestion, bloating, leucorrhBm,
fooding. nervous prostration. diali-
WViR IO N n"ess. faintness, "don't-car" and
EK X C U RN w"wnt-to-be-left-alone" feeling, ex-
citability, backache or the blues, these
...to.... are sure indications of female weak-
ness, some derangement of the uterus
Sor ovaran trouble. In such cases there
U A &I W t Is one tried and true remedy-Lydia
_,u, y gjr i E. Piakhsa's Vegetable Compound.


-.Under Auspices of

gt Srcrw No.N2.
of Pensacola.
pfeilal train will leave union
Otatiom at 11:10 p. m.
Ret rnlag. train will leave New Or-
ees July 17, at 7:30 p. m.
FARE.
To Mobile and Return......... .1.50'
Te New Orloaon and Retrnm... .4.00
Special provisions will be made for
A refreshment car will be attached.
COMMITTEE.
A- M. Johnson. E. H. Kelly, Simon
Tovanot.
Aaron Prather, Manager.


CAPTAIN

BEIE EDIUDSOIS
LAUNCHES

CUPID, ROBT. I E., NANCY AND
EDNA 8,

ema be chartered by the hour, day or
wek. Terms, reasonable.
Fohl.g Tackle and Cooking Utnm.
ella tfmished it desired.


PHONE 2.


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OWNER.


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Bath House
FRANK SIGARI, Prep
Now opea. Just one block from ear
bue. Separate side for ladles and gem-
tlieme. Ohn day and night White
pfiMo oaly. Rereshmemts at all
ties. Best place in the ity.
COR CEVALLOS AND ZARRAGO88A


EST MATCH RACE$ THAT HAVE
EVER BEEN PULLUO OFF IN PEN-
SACOLA WILL TAKE PLACE AT


KUPFRIAN'S PARK



Friday, July 7,1905
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WERE KAV5 V T *wN RW OP
A BARK.
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eight artilney nll attaced to
the post at Fort Barrancas, had a. nar-
row escape from drowning yesterday
aftermoRn o Perdo whaet wh the
boat which they occupied capsized.
The men were re.tuai to the post,
having spent the day is the lety, and
had reached a point just west of Per-
dido wharf, when, in making a tack,
the boat overturned, dumping tha oc-.
cpaQts. lnto the ba ... The mea clung
to the boat, which was uptgrned, and
would no doubt havebeea drowned,
but for the fact that a boat from a
bark moored alongside of the wharf
put off and rescue them.
A large crowd gathered on the
wharf and witnessed the rescue. The
sailors, who were drenched to the
skin, returned to the city late in the
afternoon.
There was a stifft breese blowing at
the time and the sea was very choppy,
but notwithstanding these facts the
men clung to the upturned boat for
cover an hour, when their cries for as-
sitance were heard by those on board
the bark, and the boat sent out to
their assistance.
W.H. TRIMMER GRANTED
PARDON BY THIE PRESIDENT.
Mollno, Fla., July 1, 1905.
Editor Pensacola Journal:
In Justice to myself and to satisfy
a few old friends, I take the. liberty
to ask you to publish this prdon.
Through the kindness of Senator
Stephen R. Mallory this has been ob-
tained. As a resident of the county
through all the horrors of reconstruc-
tion since 1870 my right of suffrage
was questioned at a democratic pri-
mary, hence I was compelled to
humbly ask for this pardon.
Respectfadly
WM. H. TRIMMER.
Notary Public State of Florida at
Large.
The Pardon.
To All Whom These Presents Shall
Come
Greeting.
Whereas, W. H. Trimmer was con-
victed in the United States circuit
court for the Northern district of
Florida of retailing liquor without
having paid the special tax required
by law, and on March fourteenth, 1902,
was sentenced to pay a fle of one
cent, and
Whereas, The conduet of the said
W. H. Trimmer. since his. conviction
on this charge has been exemplary;
Now, therefore, be it known that I,
Theodore RooaeblR,- president of the
United State. Amemca, Ia ho=i&4
eration of the premises, and divers
other good and aufficlet reasons me
thereunto moving, o hereby grant
unto the said W. H. Trimmer a par-
don to restore bs pivil rights. -
In testimony whereof, I. have here.
unto signed my name anq, caused the
seal of the Department of Justice to
be affixed. -
Done at t,e City of Washington.
this 24th day o Juan, In the yer of
our Lord 1905 aad of the Indepad.-
ence of the United States the 129th
T. ROOSVUT.
By the President.
W. H. MOODY, Attorney General.
Diphcheria -elleved In twenty minu-
tes. Almost miraculous. Dr. Thomas's
Electric Oil. At any drug store.
Simaruba Bark U an old Creole rem-
edy for Diarrhoea ant all bowel dis-
orders, and is a good one. Calais'
Simaruba Bowel Tonic does. the work.
Is not a strong astringent, contains
no opum or other poisons. Is palat-
able and effective for children or
adults. rrce SSe. Bold at White's
Pharmacy.

Mrs. John Sherwood was as famous
for her exquisite nature as or bher fine
.tyle. At a dinner oce night at the
time when her novel "'The Transplant-
ed Rose" was haylng a wide ehkUtatlon
her neighbor tureed and asked m per-
feet good faith the almost teredlble
question, "Mrs. Sherwood, do you
know who wrote 'The Transplanted
BRose?"
"It sounds as hough It might be
Hardy." laughed thAe gfted woman
without a trace of Ill nature.-Wo-
man's Home Cap -a". .

She company -a playiag "Bomeo
sad Jliet" the otaer day, as ia the
baltoy scene a eate vit O. The
prepMty man mt'h:, rl eW -
plmned that It ws a massM wmeh


doom b ave gaw uff is -11rWfortm-
sine* atf e Tow, VPtwa *y befor
That propeu~m "A vsapim issuems
Adftm sby F.IL *o o ~Lmom.

AMUNo. 1-4fy hsimo "V S oh
lItaly rained by a tm SrWi,~at. Art-
1St No. 2--YeS, t": bostwo prtty
slod" Otble yi. 401v'v. pm t -
Slow the rthW I, 2 -i 1ontIm thow.
ArthiV hNa 3- o thg-e.I


17 the eubtsl Prot"-
esow. utmy slbow 1*g I *so-e


won ~~ *-ii-wOdv
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Beer doesn't cause biou it s aged wel

It s the green -er d t should be avoided.

Schlitz is aged for mo&hhs before k is marketed;


aged in refrigeration.


rhis process alone requires


nearly ten million bic feet of room.

But the -result is


Ask fw the Brvww efffloretln.\
.5. ha AwlA .e* wfesys M Draxd.4


beer that is good


for you.


Phone 16
The Lewis Bear Co.
Main and Palafaxz Pesacola


Ja M MThe Beer



That Made Milwaukee Famous.


WAIT FOR AN APPETITE.
Pe Not nt a MNol Isles You Are
Reany Hunwry.
It Is not wise to eat unless there Il a
real, natural hunger. It Is far better to
miss a meal than to eat without an ap-
petite.
A prolific cause of chronic indiges-
tion is eating from habit and simply
because It is mealtime. To eat when
not hungry is to eat without relish, and
food taken without relish is worse than
wasted. Without rellash the salivary
glands do ro act, the gastric fluids are
not freely eAreted and the best of
foods will be digested. Many per-
ftetly harmless dishes are severely
condemned for no other reason than
they were eaten without relish and due
insalivation.
Hunger makes the plainest food en-
joyable. It causes vigorous secretion
and outpouring of all the digestive
fluids-the sources of phyallo. pepsin,
tryApin, tet.-without a plentiful sup-
ply of which no foods can be perfectly
digsted.
Walt for an appetite if it takes a
week. Fasting is one of the saving
graces..,. hal a spiritual significance
only thrdsghits. great physical and
physiologic importance. If breakfast is
a bore or lunch a matter of indifference
cut one or both of them out. Walt for
distinct and unmistakable hunger and
then eat slowly. If you do this you
need ask few questions as to the pro.
priety and digmetibility of what you
eat, and it need not be predigested,-
Boston Cooking School Magazine.


From Europe-.

New China

Things

at Special Prices

q Our display today em-
braces the products of the
best known china makers in
Europ-we pick the be
dm f al so dat you may hiave vae.
EvIery prdi ct has s charate-ic tad

3 Tle opened goods are mmir
china -m min values as we -av
priced &=k fior wee.L
q Som cicels t aurte been wolW
- laer at em dms ci. to m.vet w e.
You .ayp.dr m to thed *ewewrtl
CQa Or.o.


Cab e20a0421 m is e n.an
b steallag 's by no m''n an un-
mo thing in London. A cabman
v to b had ny lpe In the
m I It 0* o would not take the
ftI o f l e a vi n g hb l eo k ie M e ve n f o r
1 S1 *I few minutes unle he placed a rella-
JAC SN V IL _fwble ana n lea introk but -e9 unwary
I LL are frequently robbed of horse and ve-
ide. The eTsb oe aahus y drives
sowm d*e6 1W 19-bei ebe le s thea
ONLY FEW RODE IN THE STRERT prsprty taib dva ftge of sume
CARS AND THOSE THAT DID Q sn edr of the W -le3t- Ae o to s .,
WERE IEARTILY JEERED-NO cape l m-edinaftseto -h This dee,
be as two alternativeH. Be e rfto
TROUBLE EXPERMIECED. to a fw la
beft aduaMaB th -ew efb oa else k e
The boycott of the Jackaonvile makes ik with a whIp r.M & at
Street Raiway by the colored peojle 51 4k YI ps I
was most effective yesterday, as-aet os I te
a few of them rode on te on thecars, aoL. tbl ve u f p the it
these were probably strangers, says e at t- rl f tea
the Jacksonnille Metropolis. ar
t is not thought, however, that the
boycott will last long, but when it is iIN Sseee e Ae"vere i.
over the law- of course, will stand In h is & matims of a Busy Wm
and be enforced. -hE.r, WaIt. aii s"M- d .y of ,ow
The Oakland and LaVilla cars he once dealt very ".etly with a
which are usually crowded on Sundays ..e lt M..vW w
from early morning until late at night, persaistt M*i dI .A0-U. A gmb.
made most of the trips passengerles. lg yo7"a w s tto o miy as ftew:
the Clay. street cars, bla6loilug to the Dear ga *hg s ry teusmeas
North Jacksonville Street Car Coinm you have dubmpres m sever al s-
pajy, were the only ones patronize'. tographM at 'u~*** ****
This company rarely nandles a'white p- .. A a..*e v.
pese ser, as the Ine penetrates the 0"e meeMu, gleum =Is tomaead
cclored settlements and was thought I O I t .7 ul --.
to be an enterprise of colored men. ITo w h Wb* y xqe:
TBis, however, Is incorrect, and In-! Deor -Ai ou I M mary tmsuMeI
stead of belonging to colored men it thebr hoB" 4a1 a.tm e
is mostly owned by Senator Telfair ~ e9a1.wt='.1 6 S 0 fotr
Stockton. Ai Pe t tmy lm d eaMs,; I3d
One or Two Ventured. -t I40"s 3 -bex lo
One or two colored passengers an a '- a
boarded the Oakland ear, bat the Jeers anmeo 4aL illfli.
of those of their race on the sidewalk "m. myI3 .
caused them to leave the car before The au rvgaph -a g i sbM
they ad. gone many blocks. iacon ..- gm-
The boycott is greatly Inconven- -.-" --
lencing the colored people, as they _
live in the subtarbs, as a rule, and an s. ztk,.-
some distanCe from their places of Aftera I. l-t I e m-- ed ad
work. The street car company ma ct stamped sad. lt Ilo e mlil o boz
Its regular schedules yesterday, even thea uasM rtul"i.th
on the colored lines. The conductors to the mseair ti dWr W(W to rema 4
Sbad an easy time of it, however, and It -
the expected trouble did not occur. t itis a .0oho o-
'The cause of the boycott Is the re..... ofte"!-! a "
stlt of a meeting of the Interdenomi.- .r Npr N 1
national Ministers' Society, an organi- a S rlay ad mer wiIb-
cation of colored preachers, who three i m to McL e i r ki nI
weeks ago assembled and passed res! certain toaf Is delivery of a
solutions denouncing the law as passed' letter .-*s "-rsai -n-Ated for
by the legislature and declaring a bqy- its do* i te
cott. Some prominent colored leaders potmaeturat mu
question the wisdom of the boycott, be vrry e pu"-- go.
and allege that the law Is not nearly w aaSe". .e e "
as offensive as the law regarding tray. "l i ,s a MW_.
el on the railroads. mim s the swt "A W ePl" m a"
The geasral opinion prevails that must M IL -- -. --t- t i..
the colored people will all soon be from l4... JL 3,
riding again, and the conductors m public. -
the' meantime have been InstrutaI ted l .
be very careful in carrying out the W.a 'a d i.
law. A
sg s s we.'..... offer am- t ------
, .' ..-..- "- -- Mrfc Bobert Loole Steve"mo has toM at ems
of the am ueaatacesm ander Which cm- pa masg.o
tain of br husband's books were writ- ccf I i
Stn. mt4eason ad his wife mwe Ipmoo lui' II W- -
okft over ADme records of trials in panyaw
;Amon the papers, was ofe deefit mare
the trl ot James Stewart w tae am ftor a a
e or a man wbkteb ob g Iftmi
with eavty." He dmea s d i ..
story I thAs old court record for "Kid& a
Daped," beles taking out ti ch are- siM
ter of Alas Breeok, *David 3a rsf be
Ok ase t o-man ,.o e-_e
teu in S.mo9a amid very "dlstnm"
" Wit a nidte e 0 1- i t-
amd a id0t1ie met wkalldesepft P ae -

NOW alcT heea e meruis-iWise


REGULAR DANCE





THURSDAY NIGHT


..at.


ELECTRIC PARK


-..by the...


ftop elam Anusene#t

and ImwCal coo

OILPOOGAN


..arranged by..-


U. S. Marine Band.


-Pabst


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,


has no equal
Sold vrywhery


SA. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.
Leader in Itpoited Wines

PHONE 171.
N&. 381 SOUTH PALAPOX ST.
PSNSACOLA. PLA.


a


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D.6LMAYER
M fNt to Plt WI Bank.
Ni t. Firei N eirdas





THAT

FOUNTAIN PEN!
YaO'"e wanted on- for a
Wha time. Buy

Watemman's Modern


6Sed7--42.5O0 $, 0) and
Hi-.
COMS BOOK STORE.
235. PaWao
123 Pho.c-St
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SpNW. bundle. W-
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PJW~ C~ ofth Uq lta ieat in mft S hb a w m. 'me
paylo un better Creame OW t & me ery Il Wanimto nM Ow docin6

man to ome of our outing bes you edbetW,'to w -amo-
log s, ft beeptmluow t oe o
it will W y otio price our
Ou44ag S uit. and light Pants Pomm to Uh~m be. r.ahm
you Will flve law an tw amo 'hours.
'Oh, In mat OW d''- i br. on"
me Pickwlck.'0
E1.renty." wisa00e-" t Mr.
~O(isl Uem6 le Sda tokinr at burner
an extrem ely psty W oo rn: Ee-I
bate Oerm in. 00 Vol. 1 doet
hate them, but I by ame mooki
them. He-O3kI Bthst y~mwerea
!CL. B. md~m Sm. ArvGerman!"


fh mm m y my u u Catering to a ima reqube. bot a
plentiful and vrted mpply ft foods,
as may be mse from tht reprt of ma-
W C trANlal re at Ow Imal XSooogical
teuem lt* ye~. Maehth ek s&Aeating
0erueuek wamarl W to atom cc
SAVE YOU MONEY N E Y --as-at-fts a-'mt-
Lmou phtaf *t hW N tnW d i ma
0 wfowl with their dslly tefa while
.. .. ah.d, e bay sad i, tm e s of

YOUR PIANO.
an pold.s ofd as&-* ft"

Ow the varm member of thbe at
lamilo, the war. u th o the k*,
'e always have a number of high- raf so OW t
ra.. .nwtr'u ta I& stock and more 11 r o am
,n. antly on the road. ay to the m 1 in-
\\. 'an sel yes the best nstrument o
: 'han ao c hbuy it anwrho m


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I- -w nwownw one a 1111a* 2620L %0 %A RL'%.# %.R IL Eff %A 0 U %A 0 E I
ibe city.
40Mw blisbop eC Arichet" MM FatbW
uwbl =04 EMSBUU909 c"o-1
taro_& wbe I is the stme to, bb
so dwt he imw aft be reasOulmd NO &
CLUTTER & MISHN e"'a"a" ag'
"He Must be SIR per-
12 L am- 8? AV' P R mows. as Keftedift Pa"
panowk admaIN& Watch Th*s S ft
It is h" bm"aw. 11 *to bm be
ff. OL WHIM wean a bair dift the Year found-"
of humulty'r-
801pbea dabsk Wft Au WMI610M
or a. Pamea XnWL r"NS064% Vft ndle-
fty R as& 6826.. fte
-----!7-wave you tried w. rathw awker
TERSELY TOLD. "'m a" me ft" bw em"n'
me Oat I WON 1111 1 & ukht Ow
ebtsecer'" be saw Vda a WM CUM- :r=3,
Fivn -rbe 14dmVq6 M@W 11F QeW&
T Piser. of Mohi1c. a promhkeat EL PheardL
.,i-m man of *that cit,% was here
.,r(ia% on a busine,;_s visit. Ve rftfta V206
Simms. of Mobile. was amon TM 871M 06 Wb= Is dw ab VOW'
.;iznq-sr- mer of that city to spend fts pector I Am IftedINWIS 40 a b9Y don
7,18% iL Penr-actxla. being a regis, a kite, the vpeW Wdw 2*96 bodyl 0"WOM T IO N S
ut-s: of thL Merchants. taking the place -at dw I k As a E B R A
r Tuhh. rome agent of the, bew. runs INS ba a W% 9% in 00
--yi Fxpr,,.,s Company. with NJ hAg 64b andam Wen C
ar!vrs tn Mohile. is in the city tbCOT20 the becere =Jklleelldft
-ineb- connected with his dc- tuft the Sk. Is thlb VF&Y K kRV"@ IT N B S S E D
-i--, -n-. fte surface air tmpta*s MPOK So low- W B R r W
11assee Capital: Mr. and Mrs M. ana Ge t1he ft ""Acuson tbe
i, Motim. of flensaeola. who ba ;; beft Wowd and anwal lift a Md-
-her;,, % fitr the past -few days ft moti'm* TU 6"Vehm wp cw* Getwed at Palmet Bach and at M*Wi8 Bluff
tl~ motin left vesterday for or fte nywg so to go& aw ft canuot
While here* they am, "P ftB "'WIDW ad eft 0 poseemes ad filiqed ft EUM Supplied 1(ff
ay or W ommum powqr Vbm in
wn Hotel. filot lift 11 ftir *9 ftft that tk Axa*a.
mm rw w*d of Mr. antr Mt1s it ftvqueaft z Oak 10 wa ON "A
-ag. of flardad. and L. C.
sbips' qpen poft or, &RM Or
IN)massello. Miss Wheat WW #@OIL Many hundreds of persona attended the crowds began to Book to the Tart-
Alhino. of Milton, visited lands bftfto* There were
the various fturth Of July celebrations Ous places of interest.
-slerday and spent the three &ttraetiduk one at
.1 yesterday given at the away Points
he vanow- celebrations. got 1b Xorlk View park. anothefr at Palmetto
bas ahveft I ffi- I We in the vicinity Of Pensw OW a Beach and another at X&Mlia Bluff.
r, 'ton Lemon and Venflia, Ex- ARMt OW by ft Ndmk ft the Fourth was celebrated IS a manner. At Palmetto Beach.
before wftnessed In the city.
distinguished for their Go@*& never One of the largest crowds ever as-
I and each of the Many Picnics aB6 COW
perfection. Ask* your semblft at Electric Park, Palmetto
TIlue Ribbon Loemon and &A"D COMWT. DA#MNQ Amo brations given were attended by hulk -Beach. was seen there last night. It
RK dreds at Per@083-
akes less. FUrors perfect- 8KATMG AT SAACTNIC P Dtuing the early portion of the day consisted of between 1,500 and 1.800
THLHtGDAY ##14WT, JULY L persons, and notwitbrtandlng this tm-
I ____ --A it .. AI-A in an


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tended by "A large erbifd, and everyone 951; ninth prize, No. 1604; tenth prize,
expressed themselves' as being im- No. 1717; eleventh prize, No. 776;
densely pleased at the reception given twelfth prize, No. 702.
them. There were many amusing fea- One of the most interAsting feature'l
tures of this celebration, which was of the event was the voting contest
given for the benefit of the Sisters of for the most popular youQg lady. This
Mercy and United Charidei, and the has been in progress for several weeks
proceeds derived from the same will and much rivalry was displayed. Dur.
be donated to these deserving institu- ing yesterday. All votling.was done On
tions. the grounds, and when the judges
During the afternoon many sports counted the votes the result showed
were witnessed by the large audience. that Miss Edna Smith had won by
Among-these were the running race 2917 votes. The next cIpsest, was Mtsp
betweengirls for j%# yards, which was Lorene -Bobe, who received 2683 votes.
won by Miss Carrie Kelly; a boy's Miss Smith therefore receives the
race for the same distance, which was handsome watch.
won by Rhodle Shutileworth; a boy's
race for those under 18 years of age, A little life may be seertficed to an
in which L. C. Grifiln come out winner, hour's delay. Cholera Infantum, dygen.
and a young mpn9a race, which was tery, diarrhea come suddenly. Only
won by Oscar BtIggs. safe plan to have Dr. rowler's Extraet
The dancing contest was another of Wild Strawberry always on hand.
very interesting event. The first was
for couples under 12 years of age, and BA"D OONCERT, DANCING AND
was won by Miss Maggie Jerney and SKATING ^T ELECTRIr4 PARK
Master Geo. L. Hoffman. The prizes "
for adults in a similar event was HUPAPDAY NIGHT, JULY L
awarded to Miss Minnie Holifield and
Mr. Leon Griffin, while Mr. Jos. Smith slow neautifti sebtresne.
and Miss Engelx,.Torkelsen came sec. New or old, B10111 is an amazing
ond. achievement of the human brain and
The prizes which will be awarded to the huma bead. The gqpt stafrom
the various conlestants,. and which in the courtyard, an outside Coe, forms-
will be turned over to the successful Ing am eme%*W part of Se elievatim
ones to-day by applying to the Stan- W of course, the -jnaxtwplece or WoD-
dard Clothing Coinpant, are very neat. der aid delight. ThWO Is not0ft Mks
Those who recilied Prizes In this It in the workL a6d Probably there
drawing 00ftte9l, are as follows: Firso* never will be. The stairease of the
prize. No. IM; sedand prize, No. paris opora-an Inowliot ous, by the
i6ofi; third prize. No. 1600; fourta
prize No. 1171; fift1k prize, No. 19ra. way-would have everythft to fear In
sixth prime, No. 137; seveath prize, -No . the c6luParls0a- TbO ~, lsp!lt mass,
or the ricbest and at tkepureft ema-


A T


Father EL EL (YGrady, the welN i
known Missionary priest, Wbo is at,
present the guest of Wher Doyle, at,
the rectory, was seen last evenbag by'
a reporter of the Evening -Star Ja ra&'
erence to the wonderful


mense crowd It was iiandled In an
admirable manner by the Terminal
Company. During the afternoon vari-
ous sports were witnessed and were
greatly enjoyed. An excellent pro-
gram had been arranged and, was car-
ried. out.
The sports were all Interesting
events, as well as the various contes".
Jake Blebighauser. Jr., won the @may
pig; the baby of T. R. V09W captured
the prize for being the prettiest baby
an the grounds; VaeheySwsyth climb-
*& the greasy pole and secured the
$2.00; Miss Daley Welsh was choben
as the most popular lady on the
grounds and was awarded the dress
pattern; Miss Kins Dayies was award.
ed the sofa pillow for the best draw-
Ing.
,Me baseball game between the Bar-
cas and Oriole tmM reffulted in a
vietwy for Barrauc&4 the SCOM be-
ftg 3 to 2. saxter of Barrancas made
oe Idagest hit In the game. &ad vfts
awarded that prise.
nw'- tu"f-war was, easy 1br the
&Ing% men, the warried men having
but liftle chance to gain a victory
evw. their opposentx.
. ft 4*Dcin& John Stebsen and XH*
CoMeU& Welsh were awarded the
bMdgqMe prize. being the best 4A&-
VK% Md VV&nk Klampker was chasm
is -tho oWieK mas. on the grou
"d S*arded a pair of Aseve bEttOUL
At IASS*Gft VkWL

4VU 00"bmow -at VAP*"; 701sK
Mak


UIL "M Inwamo, _qw jr--
ment, with a be&UtWd projoaUOU-bok.
twe" Ito WI"OW. &!* 14! "0. 4s. it b
Is -Aldj.
daracteristle of Ow xplMt in ..,=
sweb work was'"6-twat'it lw.'Sqe4'l
L..d
POW p" OPIP WWI always easy to givoi di& gredto", "
wry
architect or to cwvw.-'TANwt.

SMA.Yoult- "AuliNG To An A~ WeeMbdo
-Mben In dowi4w add
senator. "we diould koftte So ez*W
pie of the astaft Treaftw,.9009364
BIWA W- er Go. This progbet wanwd Is* ble Inner of- i
irtaft AL. IrtaprOWN prop, 9We one day MA a" -to big )now j
clett, 'Wdk bow an tbe
HAUUMN-OF W4*" OMRIPTICIN i for tomorrow T WSW vsewtaln6 vw
the junior answend. It
sftcw TTW"l GIVIRM TC what kind of a proW deal'a I I
out., VW said Ow loot
MOM am WeRaw, via 41MI,
OWMS *A WA b%
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I
of which he discovered the forandw '
ftther OPGrady gave him a history oil!
the remedy and all the good tba hat
been atme by It. And as the 190040,
was about to leave, Father (YOraft'
"I with you woW teR-1he nmKbas
In Anniston, and for miles around A&
n;ston to keep a boUle of this great
remedy In their homes and give It 1W
their children when In need Of a Sew
tie laxative and liver medicine& Tbwe -
is nothing like It to build up a row
Vp
down system.
p.er. ]EL RL WGrady to too wq1I knows,
k4o need. an IntroductJon Iwo. beft
1011111,C1116ary of, 13114
OOW Ireput.114jon Zi
"brothw of Jk4MuMw CVG*Wy,.
New York

SJft


S7


4 air cells#
and Odkers. 11he is dw may am Wi& st
and as it is peftn" no bluk =Aw cm pt them on the nwimt,
It givu Tm a bmw or -tu

lbsold* Dry, CW inSNOW wam in Wider


pmi netive cure for afl lhw =dd ~P,.


snip
40%


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'Wun -.,y, Thiurtday ,


Fricra


f~tchville 36-incb Whft Sheeting, Mill Ends, 6c yard, 18 yards $LOO0


150 o Mena LadlesV'Bilil


Fast Dye, Seamless 10c Hose, for 5c pair


it~ih Lawn, for Ladies" and Childrenvs


-500 bolts of Real


bresses.10 Y~ards.. fd


29 cents


Town


Elsewhere'.


Greatestl~


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GOING AWAY?
Wham you leave the city Is.'your
O .M vaationm k me The bnftm~a


MONEY WASTED ON
BIG CALIBRE GUNS.


Journal ofeHw yef. Notify t rcula The crase for big guns seems 'to
ife nmanader, Phone 3 have been reapeelble for overdoing
A the thitg in the case of the 16-inch gun
TIN A Nfp-- a t about which so much was written some
I App tltit tme since and-of which such great
4d Dr. Louis deM. Bloder. things were expected and, for a time
Albert WIlliamson, of the Jacs on at least, the ordnance department will
ille Florldlan, Is a good fellow and he Probably limit itself to the construc-
always means well, but he unortu- tion of guns of 42-inch calibre or
lately seems to be the possesaor smaller. The Savannah News prints
ae of thoae hair-trigger dispositis' the following obituary of the main.
Which have been the undoing of many moth gun built for the fortifications at
father good man and which, unless a ndy Hook:
_f some kind is pt ..p.t1k..w e Tw or three years ago the public
rb me in is t w ard a great deal about the monster
greatly fear will cause Albert himself 16-Inch gun that was being construe,.-
amay a moment of remorse. ed for the fortifications at Sandy
The nlorldisa's latest outbreak co~. Hook, New York harbor.1 Marvelous
date of an attak on Dovr or Bro- tales were told of the gun. It would
f a attk n Goernor Br be able to shoot accurately for a dis-
ward for appointing Dr. Louis deM. tance of twenty-one miles. No hostile
Sleeker, of this city, on the committee foreign ship would be able to get even
to Investigate the condition of affairs within sight of land when the terrible
at the state insane asylum. The gun had been put into commission.
d base ts objection on t The gun was nearly fifty feet long
ridan bases its objection on the. weighed a quarter of a million pounIs
ground that Dr. Blocker, as a former and cost( upwards of 1200,000. It was
employee of the Institution, could not the intetion of congress and the ord-
aftrd now to permit a report which nence oicers of the army to mount
Sreflect on its management. cipal seacoast defense points. But
Therein is where the Floridian does the dream of the makers of the big
beth Governor Broward and Dr. gun have been dissipated. The mon-
Bloeker a grave injustice. strous piece of ordnance lies lu a
So far as the governor is concerned' ditch at the Sandy Hook proving
grounds, abandoned as useless. No
be did right in appointing on the corn- more of its type will be constructed.
a1ltee a man whose past experience The reasons for casting It aside are
as an attached of the tastituttos wilt several: It is too expensive; it is not
doable him to get at the bottom the suffcietly accurate at long age to
Justify a te-use, and at legs iange small-
case without any needless delay and er guns are quite as effective. The
without that slow uncertainty which cost per shot of the monster was about
nKt obviously characterise the work $1,000, and three to four times as many
tO a man less fainillar with the situa- men were required to handle it as are
.. itsl,." required for the handling of a 12-inch
Stself. gun, which is effective eight to ter
So far as Dr. Blocker is concerned, miles. It Is possible that the limit of
the Floridian simply exhibits its 1g. gun-hores has not been reached in the
aftnCe of the an by presuming (1) 12 and 13-inch pieces, but it seems to
tht he could have been a to have been demonstrated that te 16-
gun irregularitiesat Sandy which ay haveHook came a long ahead of time.
nay irregularities which may have ex- way ahead of time.


Listed at the asylum under past man-
agements or (2) that he oould be in-
duced to suppress amy part of the
trth ia an investigation of this kind,


no matter whom the truth hight hurt
W help. Dr. Blocker is not the kind of
a ma which the Floridian so hastily
asSunes him to be.
Rather than having made a mistake
a the appointment of Dr. Blocker,
'The Journal does not hesitate to say
that, in its opiaion, Governor Broward
has made few appointments as good,
and certainly nose better, than the ap-
pointment of the gentleman referred
to the asylum investigating com-
a ttee. In that appointment alone the
pahio has the best possible assursan
that we shall have the truth about the
past and present oSDuot this most
important state institution.

The Memphis ommerlal Apeal
describes the Isthmilan Canal Commis-
amo as "a body of hot air eatirely
surrounded by red tape." That appears
to be giving the mail a tap directly
amom the head.

VANOERLIP'S PRIZE
FINANCIAL PUZZLE
VePreildem t Vandelft, of the Na-
tIi City Bask, of New York, the
largest financial institution of Its
Sa l the country, who appears to
be the debl mouth-pleoe at the Stan.
ard Ol laterests, has a strange way
atf mxte thiaga up. Be has eanclat-
f many pussks darIng the past yo
or e,. but his most recent effort la the

Mr. Veaderilp is apparently msuc
WIrtrbied over the ImfeNse prod Oe.
lan of gold and, In this connection.
as- that much old nansm hiehr


rices. If he would leave the
at that point It wouldn't be ao
the gentleman goes on to say
mcAh sold ma nUettle all va
Nave a poor standard of valse

Wall streetfought tr M
4ase It was afraid that ae*
am wol Unssettle Na las

the me grounds.
Mr. VYferlips propoltion
to he a greut-el Mfe a no


Prof. Brast Schwenninger, a noted
phystelan of Berlin, has broken into
the Lawson class with a speech on
treated surgery. He says that, In his
opinion, recourse is had to operation
far too frequently nowadays. It is a
surgical erase which has seised on
the profession, to be remembered
hereafter In Its records with amase.
ment. Cutting out the spleen and the
vermiform appendix because nothing
Is known of their functions-an ex*
pedient so frequent in modern prac-
tice-he looks on as the top notch of
professional frenay. The professor de-
plores the existing system of specita-
isation In medical studies and does not
think that the praotitloner who studies
the pathology of only a single organ
caM have a proper knowledge of the
others, whieh go to make up the hu-
man constitution. "The man," he
says, "who devotes all his power or
work, .all his knowledge and capabili-
ties, to the treatment o only the eyes,
nose, ears,: ain, nerves or other
organs-, r At risk of losing feeling
and hobei the power to treat human
beass. He ceases to be a physician
and bheeme a virtuoso."_

The Jsonmftville Metropolis Is 18
years old &ad is as handsome as an
18-year-old girl in a white dress and
wVA ribAeMs 1i her hair. The Met. Is
"aS. *t the oo.auom mwspaper
meesa tn florMWa and It friends
wish It iany more birthday annilver
marw ader a prosperous ciruem-
stasfs aa ,te peent one.

ItV" far the W Ul list of Furti of
July casualties.


members of the e,*F. by
charuimg that Ij .+i m-
speasble tfor -tsa
erates nos aaw owt- asalnst
the people ofr .s"s th-e w w



pit aeftr tie ,t.. ais t many t
oHe thcould help a tha k out o

alt, but the euld n it det wel t him
takes ocemsstto thiow jt ans
legal ethics. TAdg ether "t oe
say ":e rmeriy the y eral codeany
of legal ethioaqfraw the ine at com-
icigrow ipdnant t ths Vmew of crime
matt lawyerbut eight beeml e a ollien
public knows thet to. bt 1 plate ment
He could help a 60 to ke out ot
jal but he coelyd notte present tp him
pick a pocket. t thmodet Weavern of
is industry rob the form, tite ntd of an
Individual al, h l ar every st*A uun-
der the dTWfofo a sttoreV.' Many
learned piract edi r at to a man oill

public knows it to be a 1a stteeo sat
of fact albeit rga oeful he anwast
In olacusuingtI* (s Ibjet M r. MoT-
ett direct the attentionpt t a triking cir-
cumstance, naely at the present time
n the great theirt that Mayor couldWeaver
Is making for reform the bar of Phil
adelphla Is arrayed almost to a man on
the side of the shameless boodlerelyand
against the people. HIe go" 0o-oto say:
"No newspaper I3 Pfhlahde1pia except
one despised organ of dhe gang was an
accomplice but to he attempt to betray
the city, and erva that tool of the
criminals gave them only a haM-heart-
ed support. No minister put his Influ-
ence at their service, or could have
done so without branding himself with
infamy. But when the absent lawyers
in the city sold themselves not merely
to protect the bandits from punish-
ment but to help them to. commit
their crimesakqjdy ws surprised, and
noboepy expc to see those lawyers
Incur any prfessional e es."
This is a fearful arraignment of the
lepal professlte of Philadelphia, but
It is justified and lupporte4 by the
facts. The gang of corAltomists who
have been routed right .and left by
Mayor Weaver engaged_ I a plot to
rob the people of Philadelphia ot prop.
erty worth $1C,000,00 and when they
began operations found no difficulty in
securing the services of eminent law-
yers who were willing to advise and
aid them In their plans to sueeessfully
accomplish the great steal. It Is a
terrible story, but it is true and sug-
gests that the code of ethics of the le-
gal profession in this country is in
need of a thorough overaulin If the
profession is to avoid being regarded
merely as an ally of crime.

* *
*- NEWS ANO ViRWS
* FROM STATK WPERS.


The Deadly Rft lver.
The deadly revolver Is getti nn its
work every day in this state, and the
latest and most daring desperado is
the negro at Chipley who shot the
ofcer at the jail and this escaped. He
had been looked up tor some tithe and
it is quite certain that Smea one who
had visited the prisoner had given
him a revolver. It would seem that it
would be a good plan to cut the little
Informal receptions' accorded these
criminals while in jai.-Gaineevile
Bun.
* *
The New Street ~ar Law.
Now that the law recently enacted
by the legislature, separating white
and colored passengers on street cars
in Florida is in force, it is the duty of
all to obey It. Resistance means




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The following iAgais show The Pen-
saeola Journal's ,Ublaton for each
day during the onth of tJune, 1905,
with the average umber of copies
dally:
June 1 4,M6 Je 1 4,460
June 2 4460 AM 17 4460
June 3 4A4U JeetW 4,700
June 4 4,7 due .....
June ..... J*u 4,0
Jue 4 4-4,* Ju-e .l 4,40
June 7 5,00S S2ii 4,
June a 4A46 Mse 1 4460
June S 4,4o Ju'e S 4,00
June 1a 4,40 j bS 4,00
Ume 11 4600 -t .# ag


June 12
June 14 4,64J. .. is 4,460
Total for tf ,th... i117,1 0
Aveage par 4.M *. A
A I 4S.i- ..., 4,504

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Reward _rtlated.
Governor Broward Is to be congra-
tulated upon his pick of the board .t3
control under the Buckman bill. He
appointed a man from every section
of the state to serve upon the board.
-White Springs Herald.

*
f EMPIRE OF JAPAN %
i THE NEW WORLD POWER. *
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San Diego Sun.


Nation building is supposed to be a
slow poteesf5. Yet within the memory
of men lIvitn Japan has developed
from an unilown people into a world
power.
Only a few decades go the Japan-
ese were considered little more than
barbarians. To-day their military
prowess ansit national spirit are caus-
ing the pd*erts f Europe not only
amazement. ut anxiety.
It is nei to be forgotten th4i a
great war is the supreme test of' na-
tional efflci*nucy. Not only does It
bring the touchstone the courage,
discipline and endurance of the army
and navy, the intelligence and skill of
the officers and the leadership of the
generals and admirals; it.also tries
severely the public spirit, determina-
tion and self-sacrifice of the civil
population and it puts to the proof.the
foresight andatatesmanship of the na-
tion's public men, their power to fore.
see all contingencies and their capac>
ity to make full preparations for then.
It is no longer to be denied that a
great world power has arisen in the
Orient ana- that this new condition is
regarded by the European nations as
a very serious matter. Even Englaza,.
which is Japan's special ally in the
present war, Is tar frodn being at ease
over future possibilities.
The London States, which is said to
be the organ of the great financial In-
terests of ngslund, significantly says:
"It to impossible for the most sk6p-
tical to refuse to recognize that we
are face to face with a world power
which is destined to exercise great
Influence*, not only in the east, but also
In the west-that, in fact, the ascen-
dency of Europe is at an end now that
there are tw9 non-Buropean gr-tt
powers."
The Idea which has long been up-
permost in the minds of the jingo
statesmen of Europe is the dividing
out of the great Chinese empire. Up
to the present-time the chief difficulty
in the way has been the Jealousy of
the various nations, each desiring to
secure the lion's share and each fear
ing to be overreached by some of the
others.
Russia hae seized upon the vast
northern province of Manchuria.
France has appropriated Cochin-
China in the south. England has got
possession of Hongkong at the mouth
of the Canton river and holds a ninety-
nine year lease on an extensive region
in the interior. Germany has a like '
lease of the province of Shantung fac-
inx on the Yellow sea.
The partition of China was welL
beg un and the nations concerned were
only waiting for some fitting opport-
nity to complete the work without
quarreling among themselves, wheat
they are confronted with the sudden
rise to great power of Japan, which
has driven Russia nearly out of Man-o
churia and will soon fully accofisLpld
the work. /
Why shaoul 'not Japan's next oeu
be the driving of the Germans out of
Shantutng? .
If thiscan be done, it would beb
order to arouse the whole of lInPa
and India and drive all Buropeans out-
of Asia.
Under such leadership and following
the the Japanese have exhibited i-
the war with the Russians it eotid
easy bedone. 4
i. it "amy wonder that Umeg is


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'to the raia.s Bk ,-
There "la jgla; efiale la m .
bw e ft ai thie apmarale i as
11 *alo e aWa t1la -peGliSm
better, at&. AU am
ie )sM as well asep*t as ther
4ilt a" toftte. They M oa. the
sa- ar. Wth all the t8vMgs nacoy-
Of hbaere t* -ae*e ot I the law withI
this one exception. Ibe same ranl
prevails on railroads ard steamships.
and no frIetib results, and both rees
seem satbised and travel unmolested
or without eaeovenlence. It would bl
a nIfMten upon the state of Florida
to aty or ,colored people were I-
cllned to vti te the new law sat to
prvoke trtble. Let the more aM *
ble and ilsereet act as become good
me and Women, and advise the .*-
nosat and tdiscreet to act the samo,
and all wil Journey in peace and bar-
mony and be much better off that if
they resist, get arrested and are haul-
ed into court and made probably uw
pay fies or go to prison. The colored
people have not been disgraced by the-
new law at all, pnd any one so tktk-
ing or so talking is aiming to create
trouble, and without Justifiable cause.
Obey the law and prove good citie
ship is the duty of aU men.-Jackson-
ville Metropolis.
*t
Retirement of Frank Adams.
Hon. Frank Adams of Hamilton, will
Rot again become a candidate for
state senatorial honors. He Is o06 tee
opinion that twelve years is long
enough for a man to hold one job.
The retirement of Mr. Adams will be
A source of keen regret to dlorid, a3
he has proven himself a safe, ab!e
statesman.--Palatka Times-Herald.

May Be Need for a Searchlight.
John F. Wallace's explanation as to
his resiSgation as chief engineer of
the Panama canal suggests that he
may have "something u this sleeve."
That canal business is rather new ye:
but with all the investigations going
on. there may be need for a search-
light on the commission.--Jacksonvill,
Times-Unlohi.


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tion wilt b omde by A.. A.Er
W. H. Than, Leo. S. Maa.. j E -
KUiii J A. Prank, ana uji,,
et ? f, t the governor of the : ,,
of PidMda, ftr letters paL-i .fn.
paratlNg the Pesacola DevT'p'en.t
& Coamtractlo Company. un,.r ia
charter a wrds and fguree i,oi,.
We, A. A. ERICSON. W. H. T HKp
LO L MAASA J. 1McKINLEY ..
A. r? NK ad RDtIT.PH JMcH.
ARSGb hefty USke appllcatina t.*
letters patent A -IeXThg .s U.:o .
corporation 5 a ecordance wn-.
laws of the State of Florida. uni!r .
following eafater:
1.
Theo me Of the corpnrarioa sbal
be W10NbODIA DIVELOPxENT a
CONAitEaf-lsON COMPANY. an !:
praelpal place of blineb n ie-.-, :,
m-....bia COadty, Slate of Flor .,.
2.
The general nature of th usirp i
or bulia s to~ tsaftarc'ed 4 i
buy, owa -- An deal ii real rr',
to iamplee the ae fr re-al,. ,
lay out and paist towns jand vil azp,
and streets al elHteys and avn, ;
therein, construct sewerar- s.
water work, an. and t. ctric iap:
works; to ovraWe iad maintain .,,-,u.
comaisarlis, gwathousei. whear ,
sad bridges; to bay, own, sell.. "pri
and maintain beit, veiFeli an .
ries; to loan omey, take .%cir.i ,..
tc construct, erect and a ira;i:;i;n -.
tories of all kinds, bil andl c -.-:
to build houses and buflfoigs ar.,i ,. :,"
utilities and improvements. anr l m i.-
taain And cee-ct batels, res-'iri.ts
Mad lawftM plte ati mseser<.. : am
to do and perfThrm all other a-. ,
dent at eMnWusit ta or asua 3
necessary la, the eartylag on o
basnees hersl seegamfly ment -na
or ena me __ .
The sgeina Ot. aA ek abcax
lbed at Twe tpy4 Te-i'.maai-
Handed Dollear 4NU- M i.
Into shares of the paO value w
Dolau (O-) ab, Piyabe in
ful money at the UMted State-.
(10) per eOt. of which is to h.-
In cash upon reelpt of letter.,
and the balance to be paid witm.n :
(3) days tbe~.
4L
The corporati hab exist f"r 3e
term of lnety-ytne (99) year'.
The uimans essf binesso' n f
eWporattom is tf be coadu-d a
President, a VisePreild at ani '-
tetary and Treasurer, and a 3 1.
six (6) Director, who snal -
at the asual meetag of th. *'
to be held at PeMaeola on :
Monday In Setember cf *icai a.
and, intil the Brat election '' ofT -.
the assme af oleers who are t, "
duct the busiasse or bus,.. ,*'' "9
Scorporatlm age A. A. iricsn, p-.
det; W. Thmrp, Vlce-Prqtidpn: 'A
A. Fnmhl, leerelsay and T.-i. .-
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Ma I, J. U. McKinley and KR. "
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T TNIFORMLY go taste i the infallibe kgn o
we fllb ed bri
It demou A *wthe afte of the-very best Barley-
Malt, highest grade Bnhaiian Hops, 'specW culture
Yeast and thoongfly filtered Water. The be
tasting beer is


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impending strain of brutal setbha .,
defiant greed and arrogant oorruptiona
The treed of events is calculated To
disturb the peace of patriots. The
present centraltirtior of wealth with
its attendant debauchery Is a menace
to our beloved country. A man's
wealth is th nseas.ure of iUs civic im-
portance and social degree. The coun-
try stands aghast at the recent disclos-
ures of graft and d shonelty in the
administration of private and public
trust.
We are told that the Maltan guide
who betrayed the Greeks at Themo-
pylar did not destroy hbi country; .it
remained for the gold of Philip of
Macedore to accomplish that which
treason failed to do. History tells as
that Greece fell because corruption had
Weakened her natural life. By the
same insidious Influence crumbled the
proud centrallsation at Rome. Money
debauched Rome until Jugurta uftr
he had bought the paole declared
that for money enough could buy the
empire.
It is salad tt where famloe and
pestilence destroy one country com-
mercialism has destroyed a score. The
poet was prophetic when he Wrote:.
"111 fares the land, to hastening
Ills a prey hen wealth aocmulates
and men decay."
My countrymen, If we stay the ele-
ments of peril and destructiMon to our
great country, lets ts take thdclar
tion of independence as 0 Ught to our
feet and a lamp a ouar national pat*-
way. Let us under aegis of our cona-
try's flag reconcentrate ourselves to
this mission of the grest government
founded by Jefferson and his compat-
riots. Let uas carry the Lag Into the
homes and hearts of the people and
tell them what it stands fo". Let thit
eyes of the young and the old read la
the stars aid stripes the action's orl-

LET US FULNISH
YOUR

ICE CREAM
kING UP

ksse's I ee rom Fase ,i
PHONE No. 1104.
Corner Zarragona and Tarragona St.
CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
QUANTITY.
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Rather Worn?

Good time to buy another.
Our stock still contains
many that are desirable
from a late sh!paont, aand

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(mCetnaed from First Page.) ( etles are everywhere being beautified
Iand magalncent parks opened to the
lic gaterings that Immortal declare- Public.... .. ..
don. Prom these readings we hare As an evinc oat the spirit in this
-eoeived new lessons in Americanism gr at coUntry of Urs that holds the
and have learned more and more of higher deratiens of life above
*-hse cardinal principles that uade e Se M terl desre, the movement
our great and magniltceat goverameat. tr the Iapr mt and beautiflaos-
To his almost inspired writing Amer- tim of our eir5ndi Is one of the
,,an itntations owe their ematee most hopeful features of the time.
and their development While we may We have shown our patriotism and
learn. to repeat it word or word, yet love for our country by erecting here
with each and every farther amlyis to-day Ithis park a liberty pole and
n' it language, we Sad new Uthoet. M aisi high there& a handsome
,;.-w ideas, new suggestIms. It never Aerife .S, the gift of one uf gar
grows old. and to the true Americas, public spirited ctiuzes, where KIt
It never beom ou. silken folds float proudly to the
As the Declarationr! of spedeMce brame.
was an athennocemet to thd world Flag of the free heart's only home,
ha we, as a people, had aakkee By angel heads to valor give,
: our r,,ts a"d asserted onur Idie- stars have Ht the welkin dome,
penrdenee, o it is *tttlg oa this annl- And al thy hues were born in
vc-sa" of th at moumtous day, that H_"ven,
People our fair city should ceW-For ever S tat tM1 s adr sheet!I
a-e the m-Oo.N by the opening Where breathes the foe that falls
,'his beasutitlly picturesque part beoe us, ,
i- evidentcig the birth of a new With freedom soil beat our feet,
.p 'it. am eriMteg a desire to upiUt And freedoms bawer streaming
i;#.,; hq)utffy our surroundings. As e us.
Amerinaus never esaored the blessiage' ao hang a that tS AMl bear aleft
-f ;betv until they aetrted their, its glitteag s tars- bearing them
rights, so our cities will never be amidst td s ti o .ne.d waving
c:rdled with parka, so lttiugly termed tm triumhantly ab the storms
n' play grounds of the universe, untll of the ocean, so l~S al the rights
L, pple demand it.. and lsiste of Aa erinet, m be *reserved safe
havingg them and ym' are to be con-land unimpift., and tes mitted as a
iralulied on the movement which re- sacred legacy tro one generation :o
suited in this beginning. Here we another, till discord shall wreck the
have a ewauttiful bit of nature's iea4dO. phreE the gand U aish of time shail
cape bordering on and overlooking ce e, atd At one fbagmeat of aU
as lovwly and picturesque a sheet of creation be lof to chase on the bosom
water as can be found anywhere, and o! eternity's waves.
across on the opposite shore great Mr. Shappd's Adreso.
stretches of virgin woodland reach to Te neat speaker was Hon. W. I.
the water's edge. where the reen Sheppard, T. district attorney for
'ollage and interlacing boughs are re-the Northen DItrict of orida. Mr.
flocled in The mirrored .urface of the theppard'hftdrM.wa appropriate to
placid wae:r-as fair a spot as one the occasion and was particularly el.-
fold wish ro ele quent. He spoke In part i s follows:
But this is only one of the many I m de d to be preset with
'euntifl spots with which nature bas you to wis- -th1e beautiful exer-
40 lavishly endowed us. and It is my cises and to lend my ecoUegement to
hop., that the public spirit exhibited what am told is a modern departure
nday will grow and take on new lfth pe a aeo, that m celebratIs g after
Mneergy. resulting in o.l park be amoert atSo al day ot the re-
autlfed and new parks being open- public. No otre appropriate occas-
Pe and dedicated to the perpetual use t cou ld ta ee -eotefd for the
:he public. It is gratifying to note formal opening of this lovely park as
s' this uplift movement is universal fomal -renfclraios
th-xhout the United S~ates, and our for all ow people. The public spritea
gentlemen who Iaagurated this public
bN-eat deserve the prattde of every-
Am o t. bd etr w cesr g4go dowh t4
the history of feasscuda as public
hbeefaMt*os. I predict is to become
in future years the prids of the city.
SPubhic rk a re *dorB necessities
40 years and bespeak for communities a far-
aightednses and geeMrasity that is
truly commendabl e. It shows a de-
votio for the public welfare that in
this day C MOMey wOrship and money,
O f fee getting ad orild eltshness that is
V I I m as 'impressive as it is refreshing. it
demonstrates tfit omeyretflng Is not
all there is 3n Mbe lwth *atlament.
We draw another less and inspira-
kept a man tin. from t Owenoae not with.
out beneficial results. The lag rais-,
Siag excites a -w admiration for the"
dw n institutions of this government by peo-
pie and for the poMpe and rekindhes,
the fires $of lwrty i- the hearts of
eart trouble d a men and woeme. By euch incideatws
S )ugh. (lots more ike him.) we rezew tra-dTevetlna nd loyalty4
Tcruar jfsly f OM i tw. s to the great truths ae*aed in the
bs man. robla.y fou it awados e Declaration. It leads s to a just ap-.
.. ,trouble. He quit and took' precitio et t al s of the Inda-
pendence.
Think of the mNagamity contained;
r *I& that doel-raUM, of rights which
i tl fm Jefferson aUd wee f l..-.vldent: lifeI
P o s tu I liberty the psA.t if happiness
which meMs, by #room", a squaree,
_. deal for al ." An s opruty
gFAA I f T to ears a lesiaod; a eA* al chance,
--v ww~ to achieve vemmes or apetency n'
this worMa s1 _-hao .t aad nmast
a- o the old4ahome.Me ert 4W4" v4A t le rights.
n health came q uakly. He wh Ithe Ogg American
S in his olt: *I esJofcItiU.euris-t4bal4.1sto brnis& ur
n aF m h as I ever liked coffe S ittl- Tu 41t s2m r a.-s8R
*: :a more my health is m owrampantt. a t nsia
o" 'the de o "-I[. 4 Aba or too
Ial 4W IS of the
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SYDNEY 6MITH.
As a Country Paroon ad u Peaese-
mokla 'a usbtoate.
For twenty years Sydnky Smith re-
mained In Yorkshire, and, though his
Ideas of clerical dtIty were hot those
ot today, yet it will. not be denied that
be w-as a vigorous country parse en-
tering into the purVts and the daily.
life of his humble neighbors and doing
his utmost to Improae their lot. His
deesriptlons of his, lfe and surround-
lags at Foston are among the most de-
lightful of his humorous writings. Ev-
ery one has heard of Annie Kay, the
little country girl, "made-Uke a mile-
stone," who, christened Bunch, ,"e-
came the best butler in the eunt-;"
of the rawboned riding horse Calamity.
which "flung me over his head lnto at
neighboring parish as if I had been a
shuttlecock, and I feel grateful that It
was not into a neighboring planet;" of
te ancient green chariot named the
Immortal, "at which the village boy
bcheered and the village dogs barked;"
of his four draft oxen-Tug and Lug-
Haul and Crawl-o- wheih "Tug and
Lug took to faiting and Ianquired
buckets of sal volattle andl saul and
Crawl to lie down In the mud." As a
magistrate Sydney Smith became fa-
mous for making VV local quarrels and
tee dealing gently with poachers Te
gaie laws, ke a u4 Whig, he could
not abide, and It. strrA his honest
wrath to reflect *at "for every ten
pbhmeasants which 'fluattered in l wood
oue english peasant was rotting In
jail." Like Charle Kingsley at Ever-
ley In after years, he retrained from
shooting. "If youe aoot," he said, "the
squire and the poacher will both con-
adler you as their natural enemies, and
I thought it more elerieal to be at peace
with both."-Rev. :Canon' Vaughan In
Longman's Magaie.

BORN FOR A LAWYER.
Why 1as other Rfeemtmeaded Him
to Colonel InwerenU.
Among the stories which Colonel
Bob Ingersoll delighted to tell was the
following, says the writer of "Amer-
ita' Most Popular Men:"
While studying law with a flrm out
west the colonel found himself alone in
the office one day. He was Interrupted
by the entrance of at aw boned, sharp
featured countrywoman, who ambledl
into the room leading a freckle faced,
watery eyed temsyear-oldy oy by tho
"Air you the awyrerr' she began.
On being answeted in the affirmativc
she went on to say that she had
brought her boy Jim to town for the
purpose of binding him out at the
"lawyerin' trade." She was morally
certain,, she averred., that Jim was v.
born lawyer and that all he needed wa-
a chance.
"But, madam," objected the colonel
"he is entirely too young to begin thb
study of law."
"Too young, indeed!" sniffed the fon
mother contemptuously. "You dou't
know Jim. He was born for a law
yer."
Mach amused, the colonel asked bet
on hat grounds she based her hope"
of a future at the bar for her darlin:
child.
Why," sald lse, "when be was only
seveu years old he struck work, and
te wouldn't do another lick Itf he go
killed for It When he was eight be got
sas and put on more airs than v.
-prie horse at a country fair, and now.
Lo' bless me, he jest ftweas on tv
eerythibg be can lay his bands on."


A good deal of the consolation offer-
ed in the world is about as solaelng as
the assurance of the Irishman to his
* wife when sIe fell into the river-"Tou
* Aed &nounr.d at the bottom, my
"er."


wbe n ow wat
am ahisIkebat ehret, Vupby?
adood the krliamen .1his botle. "It
10*At. *Orr,- am w ahemmwer"but Wa
4e~styevugot."-4Lfdam Outeek.
gisiewmyets die- 0
aftl- ab-m woo s-

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0104 roat and enye a esuanr oul-
M aleJ.gd p caie dinner. ,h a.
SOkes were opened, wmow table
I. ~eb was spread spos the ag n eut
keehly whetted Sapetitae p4 trbute
1 the array oft atte atbles wtich
s A pesentedt.


SpAftft t he >t5o $i n-



The sports sprmty at 3
R lock and they wer te twa t the



Wl some of them were very ar tlagr
.Fi reorks at Night.
At wereht a grand display of Itr
orks was spriven, the display udbe a



rated fromwhe the opposite aide of the
a ou. It was a most le tMtablo one
%t was witnessed by thsands o

What's the secret of happy, vigors
ee.thk?' Simply keeping the bowels,
i.re stomach, the liver nrd kitnes
SrAt night and activ grand display of imt-



erks does it.v
SIt as CONCERT DANCING ANDb
SKATING AT ELECT010' PARK
THURSDAY NIGHT, JULY &


OUR OLDEST DOLL
It Was W" htt Prom England Over
Twi Ceftuvl* Age.
Long, long ag# when William Penn
alned from England on his second
visit to America, what do you think
he brought with him on the good ship
Canterimry? An English doll .This
passenger is the sole survivor of that
voyage across the Atlantic, which was
made over 200 years ago.
William Penn had a little daughter
named Letitlt. Letitia heard her fta-
the -teUll wonderful tales of what be
saw 4ad beard In Psmnsylvania on his
first visit t1 tI country, thousands of
miles distant from Letitia's home. He
often told her about little Was Ran-
kin, who, living as she did In the wil-
detoss of Pennsylvania (for this was
long npo, remember), had no toys at
all not even one rag doll. When Leti-
tia's father was getting ready to again
cross the ocean to America his little
girl Isisted upon sending a doll to that
loneme little gIL
So doll was dreamed n a court cos-
tums oa striped aod delicately tinted
beftde and velvet The skirt was
held out by enormous hoe for such
was te fashion Of the wAw dressed la-
dies of thtt pe&od. The doll Itself is
twenty Inchebs uh and has the long
waist and serder form of the court
beae ae left ia her native land.
Heu air is rolled back from her face,
much to the style of today.
This doll now lives in Montgomery
county, Maryland, is the strictest se-
clusiomn. he is only removed from her
careful wrappings when little girls de-
sire'th monor of making the acquaint-
ane of the odt-t doll in America.-
Phlladelphia Press.
the iettemes.
Somebody has'said that the vices of
the very rich and of the very poor are
ideticaL It is a matter of specula-
ties whether their appetites are also
similar, for ie very poor woman
fndsa grest solace in her cup of tea and
drinks quantites of It; so also does the
rich womao. Alcoholic stimulants are
alfs favored by th oe ewho finds life
moatenoto from poverty and she who
finds it equally mohaotonous from
weath. One can have nothing she
wants; the oter b everything she
wants; rest with both, an almost un-
bearable dscoutent.-Philadelpjda Tel.
egraph.
Amply .alse*. '
Proud Parent-It you would win my
daughter, young man, you must prove
to my eatstafction that you have forti-
tsde, iatenceb under discouraging cir-
cuataflces, stpagoth of character,
courage., au ndeomitable will to suc-
ceed and. above all, an ability to bear
with stWtue afve yon those qual-
ifieaftoos? =tx.,-I've known your
daughter for sem* time, sir, and am
asking yo for her stand. Do you wish
other asnsrances--New York Times.


Why abe aserovet
O., e'*s a n a lot of dresses


Because e t avit at lot o
= uV qW creatures, are they


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bri|^ .ei*l %l lastlpl Press.


^Jslit^^ss tolliettbe->
"^t^ Ai'j~cM^M^i~i-i~ af wa^^-sA god.


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ntb- b Ti ftea that


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e B hest amkt Is an exampIle. The



wt tt these nuts cured horses or.
eli a aitsI dIn eeland a pdeepara.-
tiMo t ite ta was oe uansed ftor








Yet twer u mul be something in the u
frei frtmllward: "uh tree o which e
tAttr iw I hve often found to M
boe chestnut ra an ex etl. i. Tb




d mat-theseuts cured horses or-
horseshoe, sa wh i ap andt the
oterW aifteUta.e. England a p fpars.
knUe Ot the brant hew s on used for
bleachibg yarmw
ta the ayt m beore nethngn te lathe
-Boston Herald. U aglsman, A!.
fred A. Mllware: "The tree possesses
a ftoatu brewi I bat often found to'
lttet genBuLW known. itEg s a v-ery
d ~beaig warttM rese, with sev-
en dots c3raesponding to the nails of
knmkle of the branhes large nod
sAMil but more clearly on foeundtto."
-Boston gferal d.


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ass-
*V -ONehmdUtlie et t.
-MINr drugs a he mfdt
a=Y esm er emnal ae
Whea lhasss aoM n e st
be implyr dose hiS
auty-.o ete.


VOUR|
DUTY.
It medefa.e I to cmars a
disease, It mst be ged
'EVei best d best oua
is good emaogh. er dty
to yourself sad to your
doctor s, to o to th
very best druggist you
can hu4 without WWti
delarpmand distance stand
In yoer way. In doing
your duty we have every
reason to think you will-
comee he with your p
scrlptkOMs.

HUNDRED THOU"AND PMR


I SCRIPTIONS SINCE WE.HAVE ISEN.IN BUSINE.&
IW. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
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SNo~thing adds so much beauty and comfort to the home -
as a-bandsomely furnished dining room. This will be


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ILGCTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
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DOC, Ot1S DUTY
He must first ehamne his
Va.le" by the light of
seen"e, to detestone
where and what thp
trouble is. te must de-
termine and prescribe
presetlel- the kind of
drupgsuledet to eect as
cure. He must direct the
doses and leave no room
for doubt on tne part of
the patient, or the druas
gist who compounds the
preslcripton. There his
duty enas.

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S "fl'6IIM EME WOMAN WRI4T7r
MT RTAINED AT UMONTEASL
Sthe annul ccnvertion of the Ten-
S 1 ene Woman's Prezs and Authors
i. amet a- Mon'eagle, Tenn., Thurs-
j d r, Friday and Sa:urday of last week,
-sif, the delegates aU of whom were
so lstered at Assembly Inn, included
agene of the most brilliant writers in
the South.
Capt. M. B. Pilcher delivered the ad-
4resa of welcor:e Thursday morning
a the opening sees ri and President
Mis. Elizabeth Fry Page responded.
Gil Friday evening Mrs. Pilcher en-
tgrtained the delerstes and visitors
at 6 o'clock tea at "Waysmeet." which
was one- of the most beautiful of sev-
eal social syiirs in their honor.
The writers vidently had an in-
spiring experience of mountain hospi-
tality for they are eloquent in praise
of its quality and of the grandeur of
the scenery thereabouts.
1ass Valerie Farrington. Mrs. Gar-
set Noel Wiley and Mrs. Annie Ran-
in Osborne were awarded the prizes
fd the Club contest while Mrs. Os-
bierne Miss Bettie Garland and Mrs.
W. Malone received honorable
-antlon.
NATURE CURES.
-Get back to nature and make a short
eL. It is found that a cure for ap-
pe diettis is to walk on all fours 'or
twenty minutes four times a day. It
Is claimed' that certain muscles
around the vermiform appendix are
brought into play and strengthened by
.-this attitude. This is also a new cure
'for dyspepsia. It has also been found
that going naked in all sorts of ell-
Stes is good for lung trouble. It
ms to be only a question of time
*wben we will abandon houses and
clothes. and bark good morning to
each other from holes in the ground.
-Atchison Globe.
Mrs. Whisenhunt of Mobile., who ac-
companied Mrs. Avera home on a visit
to Mrs. W. J. Coons, left yesterday
from home.
Mr. Sad Mrs. T. F. Westmark enter-
tined a jolly party of Pensacola
friends Sunday evening, feasting them
go melons, cantaloupes. and peaches
among other delicious things. In the
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In Shoes can be found


I ere at all times.
just received some
creations in


We hawe
hAndsomne


OZE KIDS


They are the very NEWEST
ects for street or evenings.
We have a very dainty style
with one large silk worked


cyletn
'Freach


wide silk ribbon,
heel, in following


Burnt Orange,

Broken Chocolate,
Pearl Grey,
Bottled Greent
India Red,


$3.50
Pair


AlfS&ies and Widths.


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Panama RaW'
Cleaned at,
MA


party wrn i M. J. e B Mr. C.
B. McAllister, Mr. aad Mn w..H.
Cortey,. ev. 1-&. Pitt. Mises Ment
Suare. Annie Oay Edna Wilkins, sad,
3esie GrlMa, and they are agreed that.
Brent Is the nicest place on the man -
Mrs. Sylvia Abel. Mrs. Hartpeace
and Miss Driver are a trio of attrac-,
tive Alabamians who spent "the Glo-,
rious Fourth" In Pensacola and wit-.
nessed the Sag raisiag in Bay View
Park.
Mrs. EL C. Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
L. S. Brown and children leave to-day
noon for the White mountains of New-
Hampshire. Mrs. Wright and Mrs.
Brown will be away several months.
Mr. Brown will return in a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Sievers and Miss
Slevers, Mr. Whittaker, Miss Allen
and Mr. Slevers "from up the road"
are a merry sextette who spent "theo
Fourth" in the "Deep Water Ctty"
and say they found but one objection
to it apd that is the dryness of the
sail.
Miss Sara Raney of Tallahassee ar-
rived Monday night to spend several
weeks with Judge ane' Mrs. Evelyn C.
Maxwell who leave this morning on a
camping trip.
The private private picnic gven at Electric
Park by Mri. W. J. Berry, assisted by
Mrs. Henry Pohlman. Mrs. D. R. Stew-
art, and Mrs. J. .BIeblehauser to about
one hundred young people, was one of
the merriest and most enjoyable yet
held at that popular resort.
Miss Lucile Crawford of Okolona
Miss., arrived last evening on a visit
to Mrs. A. R. (Diek) McAllister.
Miss Stella Avery is the guest on
the bay shore of Miss Alice Kessler.


You can get Blue Ribbon Lemon and
Vanilla Extracts if you demand them.
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon
Temon and Vanilla. Takes less.
Flavors perfectly.

deb s'ae esomes at wtboe s0wer.
The cottage was at the western esad
at the village, and there It stands yet,
a poor, ugly house, close on the street
We went i, and after making clear
to the good woman who owned it that
we were not lokIng ftar lodgings we
saw all that there was to see of the
dwelling. There were four room*
two downstairs sad two above. AD
were bare and disordery. because, as
the woman ezplaieid housecleaning
was In progress. It was needed. She
showed us a winding stair, hardly bet-
tar than a ladder, which led from the
lower to the upper rooms. There was
so view. no garden. But in Coleridge's
day them was a mall plot of ground
belongig to the house and running
eack to the large and pleasant place
et hisa lend Poole.-Dr. Henry Tan
Dyke in Scribner's.
Namlk Verse.
Blank or unrhymed is that form of
heroic verse wMch to commonly em-
ployed in English dramatic sad epe
poetry. It was Introduced by the Earl
of Surey, who died in 1M47, in his
tpyn-'-tSn of fhe second and fourth
hooks of "-neld." It was first em-
ployed in the drama in Sackville and
Norton's tragedy of "Ferrez and Por-
rex," which was printed in 1506, but
It was not till Marlowe adopted It in
his play of -Tamburlalne the Great"
that It became the form regularly em-
ployed ina the metrical drama, wlrh It


Ws dok a to belhk
tim Iinmdml md.
I" tbwtbsp .6mabe6s

th=nowIS usa


is "amadal w i"pS
GM,4M Ofbb; U2u "how
the abdominal ummha,- esaUxw_
thou to um abh tsu bpt Ih
mraai dapi f~tu mum~r~
6"sarb w cuMlbahtiiA Ibs
that pal a a" bea y buni imsa
", iwy a" 14
ItisI h ialammsIt Issmmom It-r
FHLAW to zbet& at
Owa. Ow bmkd C ,A.

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AT BEULAHI

COUNTY RESt D6trlS fNJGEO
THE DAY IM GOO0 OLD
FASHIONED STYLE.


The residents of Reulak and the
western portion of the county eele-
brated the Fourth in the good old bth-
ionea' style, with a basket icenic 'and
barbecue, and among the many ele-
brations held throughout the county
on yesterday none were more enjoy-
able.
This day has for years been set.
apart by the families of this neighbor-
hood as the day for their annual pic-
nic and barbecue, but yesterday was
perhaps the most enjoyable. The at
tendance was large, families from all
the western part of 4he county and
others from various ether point in
the county and from over in Alabama
being in attendance. It was like a big
family reunion.
After a sumptuous dinner, Mr. W.
A. Shelby. who was master of cere
monies, introduced the speakers who
had been Invited to be present and
to deliver addresses on the occasion.
Eloquent and patriotic speeches were
delivered to a most appreciative con-
course of people by Messrs. R. Pope
Reese. Jas. R. Landrum. Hon. Jno. 8.
Beard. Geo. T. Morgan and Hbn. T. E.
Welles, and last but not least the Hon
W. A. Shelby closed the program with
one of his heart to heart talks with
his neighbors and friends, delivered in
his inimical style.
All voted that the "lourth" this
year at Beulah was the most enjoy-
able of years-which mean's much to
those who know.

FROM THE EDITOR.


has since, WITh only occasional Inter- He Forgot That He Had a Stomach.
vals, remained. After Milton's use of Talking of food, there itI probably no
it in "Paradise Lost" It was wii;'l7 professional man subjected to a great-
extended to man* other classes of coI.- er, more wearing mental strain than
position. the responsible ed'"or of a modern
newspaper.
Growth f fbe atr. To keep his mental faculties con-
The Influence of dlet or. the growth of tan:ly in good work!U. order, the
hair has often been discse&d. It ba. editor must keep his physical power
been shown that starchy mixtures, up to the highest rate of efficiency
muilk ad mayoh foods w ed Nothing will .0 quickly p.pset the
asmbeing highly rnut foo In fartvhu systerr as badly seleuktcd fooj
as being highly nUtritiout.., a fast, and a disordered stomach. It therefore
sure death to hair growth. (Cbeical follows that he should have right food,
analysis prove" that the hair is oem- which can be readily a csimflatAd, anti
posed of 5 per cent of sulphur and its which furnishes true brain nourish-
ash of 20 per eipt of si'lcon and 10 .per meant.
cent of Iron and manganes. The foods "My personal eaxperlencedin the use
which contaIn h largest per cent of of Grape Nut. and Postti:. 'oo'0l Cof-
the above named elements are meet, ee." writes a Philadelt,hi5. editor, "3a
oatmeal and W raham. Henry pointedly says. "Niatious whi eat most meat claim as to their meritisqlmat aly fur-
a ahost bsi at" t her exposition In that dbieetion wouUl
havote oot .sEem to be superlipouz., They have
Ste-nefltted me so munch. however, dur-
Wanof to Ih e .fe ts ing thc five yenrs thatSI haye paed
Woman o e F (with l hem, that I do not feel ed in
tied around her hb- bothering .me wn fcor Can't you we "General 'high irving' with all tdat
we': gp.ttlng '-rritr to mov17 Ruffon the expression implies as to a gener-
R.t-.l-- eri. t.o)ught mebby you ous table, brought abeat luiupgestkfti
hild some p.te or srsapv o' cake that in m case, with restlessnetu at-Sht.
wiuzn't iwtr1: aTon' An' you might and lassitude in the morning, accompa-
likM to gte -t o' 'en. ma'am.-OClco nied by various pain di iresiag
Tribune. sensations during woe urr Th
doctor diagnosed th9 mditikfo ai
ne n r t f now. catarrhh of the stomach, an44rp crb-
TMu. Por For g~oodsnes' sake. d various medicines, which did m!
what's the tte, wi Willie? Mr. to good. I finally 'tbrt' physics to
Popley (frori tle bath--om)-Oh. be .eavy meat dishes ,an dtdopted o(Jfpj
wants the esrth. lrs. Popley-Wat.s s and Postnm ;Fo," as
the earth? Mr. Popley-Ye; at lent 'chief articles of my 4 et. ,'
that portion of it that rm trying to "I can consctentkrol- ity aia
wash o bles heads aMd face.-PMladel- wish to say it w;th all the epmphasti
phia la as. possible to the .nrgtlish Ilangage, tkM
they have benefitted i oe as ltdi .pes
sq 5*,er Aporses. e'rver did, aid morw thUen ay hcs
Very Swu,: Od Lady (watching the food that ever ease to ~jy tae. My
aIus fed,--'Pei"r to m, mister, that expeirence Is that the- Gpe-Nuts
Ialt a very b F lee of meat for each food has stcatled st,,tqgtheed
S imal- Arttsadat--t may seem bo, brain andowerre# At& at t-
a maL le de mHwt to y e d e.t How It aao
I knw,' ". 'nut I k-now lat rtfat-
ma'n hut ifl for the Mom. 1 i. on Grape-Xnts ate uai
'forgets he has a sla let alene



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neds). anld Bedariibtlg
S. Mr. Warrem D. Jaeksa, of Poame de
-LiOO was In tot rtenterd y.
T e county sebdet board and cowy
em'.sionetj a-t eModay fa BaUl-
SMr. John 4 w4t Mr. .HBill BrirS
,and several otbeft passed throng*
here Monday en sdate to Bonifay.
, Mr. H. B. Hickian, sheriff, returned
from Mteton one day last week with a
prisoner In charge.
Hon. J. A. J. Hathaway was In to w
Monday and left for Bonifay on )e
mail train.
Several people went from here to
Pensacola on the poth an a seemed to I.
be pleased with their trip.
Mr. Walter -Statly. who has bee
away some time at the navy yard, Is
visiting home folltp here.
Mr. Thomtas Andrews, who is n-
gaged in the mercantile business at
Ponce de Leon, was here Sunday. -
Mr. J. L. Jackson, of Vernon, was in
town one day last week.
Mr. C. D. Frink, a naval stores man,
of near Prosperity, was in town to-
day.
Mrs. A. D. Brownell and her sister.
Mrs. Williams of Oracevile, came in
on the accommodation last evening.
'MMr. J. B. West, of Valle, was in
town Monday.

Tbe Fro t i.taaMu Ls tbomeoe.
*It is to the Romans, who left ao s
0 many marks of their presence In Eng-
land, that Britons owe the first light-
bouse. This was, and Is still, the Pha-
roa watch tower to the south of the
keep of Dover castle. This Is remark-
able as the only remaining specilem
of Roman work In the castle and as
the- earliest piece of regular masonry *T
now existing la Great Britain. It co-
alets of a casing of flints and tufa, *
with bonding courses of large Roman wa
tiles filled with smaller" stones. Its thf
tbape is octagonal eatstde, buat square not
nslaie, the inner room measuring four- tmr
teen feet and the walls being ten feet yoU
thiok. Repaired again and again, it foe
was amed at moe time as a government ln
etorebouse.-London Chroncle. t,


l n't Engib. good enough for him?
When yen come to think of it, most o" mens.
of as do have a har time keeping our- *.'e ancient Chaldean," observed
selves in order, temper, nerves, selfish- the protemr, "used to write their let-
neSm and loaging, ambitious and de- te on brickss"
stres all Ifasting to have a hearing. "And a good Idea too," chimed la
ad down ste wisdom and order con- practical Mr. Grabali. "Then when a
trol. Of course there are the cool head- rl sent a fellow's letters back to hin
d, Intellectual people to whom self e could te 'em to build a stable or
sacrifice means nothing, and little they
know of the fight of the other passion-
ate half. Ill h altk i dctent are j se A. ..
the fruits of the lhtfi INeep serene, "The eme of happinem," gamhed tn.
Jay, "I shall cotL-myself and be ardent lover, "Is to marry the woman
cheerful philosopher* and all will go u love."
wel i There's something In that," respoNd-


Mr ITHa BUST.




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A. Aeuih s uelea.s
Driver," said an BEgltah tourist who
s being driven on a jaunttng car
ough the Domegal highlands. "I
ce that when you speak to your
eads whom you meet on the road
" invariably do so in Irish, but when
" address your Ihome you do so la
gulsb. How Ia this?" To which
me the reort: 4"1us-h now 4hrl


Mutsal s.cpa..e ol.
Fred-So you aiiIfre ly going to
marry that young.ydow, eh? Joe-
Ye Fred--A h :me van have


ed the old married man. "bet the ma
point Is to love the woman you mae-
ry."-LoulsvlUoe Courier-Journa


AR. W&IMC-One L U VU Unve
Prom e to give eemoking. Joe- I
Yes; sort of mutM* sacrifnee, as it 'n ten you my ad-mal
were. She agreed to give up ~ "W lme mad-mkeep quiet about It ehad
weeds If I would give up mine. -'"a mane effect ; m


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KRAWGE M9 DAVRKebet--.-
L~STER (2GyearsA stanudard)-


CLAUTW bwtndimpicid]
NEWTON ANDl'C S~t


WY. -
We have about 20 good Ajh ia takes& alag foe above piaon, that we
are offering for Lu tos .Hrt -fey g* C a0of $1.00 per week adl up-severan
good squares at $15, $25, $35 and $60.
In ORGANS we have a fall line of the celebate PFrfamm sd PaF at Terms
$4.00 per month and up.
SPECIAL-Don't fail to ee our for Bargai
TALKING MACIMMS-Victto-rT*Jh im. M dson and Cohmbia. Records 25 and
35 ceats for Cyliader; 50 cents bd up for *s4acb Dhk Record. Machines*, $1.00 per week.
SIETr MUSIC-One-half pbibep ria All the-latest received weekly.
GUITARS, VIOLIMNS, UC.-A fv at. low prices.
If you want the Best Ilu- Maud of y disriptio, call on or write



THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,


Largest in tko State.


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114 S. PALAPOX STREET.


Summ


SAYS ALL MWISEk DOiVR&. CWUmATM ARX JUST THE THLNG.
WE HAVE ALL BRANDS.
CREAM OF WHAT, 8HRDDEDD WHEAT,
FOiClL QUAKER OATS,
SCOTGrN ATS, RALSTON BREAKFAST FOOD,
CRACKED PEARL WHEAT,

Sol OChn Co.
The Pure Food The Store that Feeds
_o- Phome176 and 4U0 the People


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Depot Loan Office,


Money W I Leai en Jewelry, D ums ., W4atches,
aow vtuables of aM kinds.
Unredeutie* pledges always for sale at bargala pric.
Choice LAne Cut Olass.
Watches. and clocks repaired and work delivered when pmm
toed.
We a XafY vault espec castrated dwrour bus: esb
in whevth to 0an adl ,alor ur b

Offtee, E. Wright, 'I Bri House.

Phone 1127.


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GOWN OF HENRIETTA, ~WITH PLERINE 'TO MATCH.
AL vast number of the summer trocks--and espeiaHy the soft an
sheer wooi.M ones--are fashioned with a thwfl piece, thla l tended to a0ee'
as a wrap when occasion requires, bta -remir w rather as a afboshg-
oenh to the toilette. The. material I4 f t de ew yelows tht re a .
extremely fashionable in F race, and ich are only Jst beghmnin to
their appearance a this side of the wafer. T ere Is a simple little blosas,
collarless, the throat cut out slightlyI tsfbaut, aad n-an auepi4e&.t of e-
broidl.ry serves as a smart finish. Thb sleeve it, -MaU-y in m=a
with lac flounces spa-ed between thep L Ti n i na s
: est. smooth over the hips and fall[ Ia so ft. t a,
Scireular .oane Is applied bn th
ri Is ia I mca kapever;y taull, nw aba,


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150 Pairs LADIES' OXFORDS

IN PATENT KID AND COLT,
FRENCH KID, HEAVY SOLES, HAND-TURNIED WITH
FRENCH CUBAN, CONCAVE, MILITARY HEELS OUR
PRICE WAS $2.0 AND $P006 WE OFFER THEM NOW
FOR

*1.57 a Pair.
DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU SEE THEM.



THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,


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94250-For two modem cottages o North HIl nar pMbic a1.t.L
Very destramse s~ a good ainvea- s
4750-8l teaeenat houses ad cMe tVa t %A, aMUa r .p1M
eack mow raf mad sep on at HLM.U

$42eS--Wr sime-mm house on West] ea. Ot. Has anl
modern iw metsa and haiMe Sal Mu amin eadmL


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A. K. WALIEMIRT16 Cft 0a~u
W. OL KNOWLMS.Pmaes. ft U. S 4PO "W
IL S I~tLLNA54,. P. &Sa UIL KnowLes NYSSITgume
IML okfwat. PSnemod. vings


WANTED
%\ AKTNP- LadieS permanent, PVIM*
ant employment; experienceU-c
e ..sry opportunity for advancemeIt.
salary or commission. Call at Park.
i,,el to-day. rWIly L .
SANTED.---A Y girl In eod Of fr1d-d
hip. help, advice, etc., will Sd
-.,dy and wlHing assistaSce by ap-
v ing to the Matron Of the Smlvto3
ay Rescue Home, 84 St. sa ate-
,. Birmingham. Ala. d<.I
v. ANTD.-Positke as awtWer by s-
ierienced millasa. Gilt-edgsd local
- -r. nees. Address "J." this o e.

Ak A.NTED.-Th Merchants TuMm41
(,, wats your moving ad eUg.
brtakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor-
P-op. Pme 978. sm


WAKM .--At eas a Mx, guatl,
eall norns ts wto t In e-ge har-
mew-. Mut b. beM. Apply BOm
676. or earne Dv md Uord VtAs .
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HELP WANTED
WANKTa-*Iady or geuzleman of fat
SedWti to travel tor Srm of $20,.
0n0 captaL Salary 4.T72 per yewr,
payable weekly apemses advanced.
Address Geo. G. Clws Penommols, Fla.
4jlyZt*
YOUNG MI --Our Mflstrmted cata-
logue explaiMs how we teach barber
trade in tofew weeks, maed free. Mol4r
Barber CoMlM, New OreSla, Ia.
zjlylm"
WANTED-GooM Cook, Apply 619 N.
Baylen St. XtalyX


N\\ TED.-OeC per hundred pM for WANTM .-A boy about 16 years old
-'hnapps tobaeeo tags. T. WeM- to attend to horses, mlk cows agid
WI r aJ-amaa ,. san, ctty. o ohese. Aply 501 Wet
S*WIk t i in, d ueret oouM-
X XNTED-A light e iOO hedfukiE tiesta to i- Alpine8Safe
e cheap for caOsh. dW m1 sa c O".L "A roo
journal. Ilmaw. e afe 't o&t of every
rn. description. Wrt me for terms.
-NT I-TO buy tor cash, a few Sctt M oren, Penemoak FI or-
:,ares Amer.can National Ban ida State Agent. 2June.
..k. State price. Address J. L J. WANTD.- o d antaasers
, ,rt Journal. junem wante; W pay trkl salary to
those right me. Adrts 8, Journal
WANTED.--very one to know tBhat e. 2tjuna
J W. Jget-r & Son hare opened a
refreshmtn' stand at the depot a" -WANT M l-W M eitos ,-
wil serve the ladie_ aa weU'a t *e! Tor. WOlK I- S10t wrt t
i-r. everything in the way of reOtraMaMkacent tmha*n, L.. ThoCntn.
i.,n:s. Cen:ur:. Fia. jljU Gm-lO ___Agemt Marylamd __Cpaty Co.
. I WANTM--Ableboied man. ettber
SANTED.-You to ge: shared, sham- white or cipped, to run electric
ptoed or get your hair cut at the hoisting eage. Apply at Strattoz
W e. End Barber Shop, 103 8. DeVW- Ice Works. -22juna.
-. "_. T. N. LAcata, Prop. Everything
: --. peelm. ny Inteffl t E -may earn a
Good lIs 0 earmammeadg for news.
W\ANTED-Your electric work at at l papers; ne nla perleume
ii ds. Let ue clean your t an, rIe unnee or particulars.
ph.: your dynamo, do your wiring. etc. Northern P a Sn te, Loekport
n'. r,e 570. Pensacola Electric Co.' N. Y. 13jnm.m
co: ner ltendencia and Baylen street. II
lJ melm .. '


V.MORASSO & CO. rceeved another
z..ir:iieat of imported pure olive* sili a
retailed Bin ganllonk, ha.-- .m rLOMTON jft W-al sh*PO -pin.
m, Tan hewen A g. .ovard for re-
T'. ANIED-The people of Pemam t turn to I= M N l4M t1, I. L. Fulg-
:, c.se worrying. Let The Journal hmw. Zulylw
W.i.. Ads solve the problem for you. I
-c expe": detectives, and caa IOST.--BHf t 00 0 Sin, a silk aM
:: man ayou are sookin for brella wthsiver aI., with e.M-
luAded la the 25,000 or 30,009 rag A. U. nl .Hale. Party
Shlcl makes the population of taking eambritetaIs leaving train
S.a at PensaM le, re tm to Ms. W.
.HJ- an, Rain *ret.
L ESTATE WANTED-Within ijilyIw.
*" or o ear mIfes of Pemoae
good farming land. also s
a farIg lad. Mm The Journal has
a; Those. Pebley. e JmanU ah
,c reet, PhonM e. 2in prE
WJANT.I-Hanulig a" tmramwor
'-a Omce phone 2. U med e 0
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Wanted W& do"*
Auiregs p. 0. h 36. cty

tERENTAL BS'ESi
&andyow bumin MA!
SC;-tefgl att~eatloa. aHae *,

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rr .L .REAL ESTATE
FOR SALS AT A BAROAIN-l -.
dao and Hamre, 2 Drays sd War- We awl be glad to onm klat
mes, 1 Pair Platform Sale0s, 1 three with those rtag to bay or popU
glklB Jersey Cow with OAK. 1 tw ..-D ..
gallon cow with calfU. Applyto alk U ecl l attention to Retms, lmes
Mahoney, 922 N. Davis Rt w SSane Making Lans, an to the Co0ll e
FOR SAILX-Three 8-foot *'*ulent. F
Ssleame" show cases. Ughtnma FOR ALL ,
& Klein, 106 IL WrIglt. Pmhon fe12. B-ess.an bar, learner lot.
July- xI110, W. Garden Street ..150.90
ro a&A.--am Florlda State Aget 4 lot W. LaRua street ...... 0.00
Sor Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ant Blocks in W. K. T. fm $810
Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions to ...................... IS000
"Is'clted by Alpine safte ant 3 of the pratties lota a New
Look (opaay of Cincinnati, Ohio. City ............ ..... 0, 0
Com uNicite with me tor price and FOR RENT.
terfore bing sewhere. car- 3 Chase St. .............. 15.00
Sea0 B. Jackson St., newly pa-
_uR pored, bath ................. 17.50
FM SALL-17%toot sloop rlgrtd 612 W. Main St. ............... 10.0
skit, 8 foot beam, carries 75 yaS
eftVa l Sgood coaditio. A bar- U S
gain. Waddel .room 2. U Pal SBROVWN &V 1 Co
tfo St 28-unelm* B 'g
on SA -Beau ifullylocated blook T sen Id g
!a New City, also several lots overlook- Te-e- *1L
ing the city tinBock 8, New City; ai- Telepone
Other lots In and around the city. Very
Scheap lPhone 470. J. C. Pebley. '
OJune*im. Ferw 4 10


FOR SALE.-Steam Auto, almost new _
cash, part cash or real estate ex. tORB 8AIL CHUAP-Two New Home
change. Call at room, 4. Palaox. Sewing Machines, good as new, one
I1junelm* tne Jersey cow. Apply 405 R. Bol-
%m- -- M A~t Vtw~n -Q7 '


woR SAL--wo pair extra fine
young mles, mund and in good
condition. Also ome 2oeo Stud*-
baker wagoa.,W. &, Qarneld. 43uB*
SAW M"A AND -ACTOIM.-
Start early. Save money. Have P.
IL Pearl, overhaal And put your W1o
trick plant and telephone In rstdla
condition or install a new aytem. IS.
17 W. Garden. Phone 825; reaidena
phone 1097. electrical s"pplles eft,.
tried In stoeek. 4tel*.
OR HAIT-Neat cottage with oe-
meat stone basement and .enat
block fronting o Bayview ,lt. loot
of 13th and 14th streets. A ebA nt
locality. A. V. Clubb.
FOR SAL-ome on BaysmrO n
lightfully located four-room cotta"
at Magnolia Bluff adjoining Railroa
secdosure. Apply to A. M. Mallan
21WrBi


FOR SAL--One Choice block on top
of thae ridge east of the electric
railway, between 7th aa d th street
Nature has favored this section and it
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clabba.
FOR SAL-Half interet la goo
paying manuf1_A4b aMees; aebut
$t1000.O0 required, good reesaos for sel-
tng. Addrws M-,,ete4if t cmam
Journal. 14JnMlm


FOR SALW--A t ma esM, imta
s tore, stok and _me. allc a
18 140 3. Intanist v


mot, ruone- 97. AJ3iyw
Moyer on the Square-Phone ti8-
g iln Creamery Butter per pound
630c; good Creamery Butter per ouni
15c; Cold Melons t all times; Goph-
ers, Chickens, Staple and Faney ofo-
ceries; good horse for sale cheap.
.Remember to ring Phone 71.I
2junelw
FOX SALI.-The best watermelons la
the city can be found on Ice at Can*
stantine Ceparisos's, 128 &. Tarragona
St. 2 ljnelm*
4uOKU WEMAT eggt ea
Mr kes towls eepeMi l W" Saw a
S o" ^e bood e to be nm" P.
SCo, Phone 38d eaS


i


yO SALE.-Ten H. P. boler and en
gine in good running coMndition. Coft
be seen at Pensacola Ire Works &l
Supply Co.'s. Apply Pflefei- Stea
Bakery. 16jub


FOR SABl-Horses for sale and
for hire. Kentucky Stables, cor.
person sad Zarragoesa Sts. Joe V
Prop. l1juu
FOR SAI.-1 8-bole range, 1
door hot air brooder, 1 lot part
Cochin Chickens, 1 oyster shell V
er, 60 foot Galvanized pipe and p
Apply to J. I. Muller A t orbes
Good Store 1.
FOR SAIA-Lady's side. saddle
dress 1102 East Gadsidea St
phone 285. S1Uj
FOR SAIL-A small 'saflboat
staunch and safe boat In any wq
er. Address P. X., Journal OmEc.
2sjune
IO BALi-Tlmber ae d ftra i
12 large or smalU tratSaw I
or It other o untes Weet -d
tmul 1Furida. L02 3, ALQlde
Phone 2 Pensacola. *I.
WOR SALB-Second-hand eash
tor In perfect oonditloa. WI"
,mei or nc Umoe. A real bargain.
be seen at James MeRNgh's. Sa


I3.5y
.. JOS
-outia


FOR RBE T-Two brick stres, I*
and 0l South Tarranaa street.
Desirabl for mereantUle purpose
warelseas. Aply to TheO. Pebey.


00' fTo TUrTON s83 so "M IN&
Of cargasH mom best pa
graoo a tess8006 3yam3 l248


geud MaiR#ewea


NICWLY FURNISt O) rooms for rent,
with privilege oaf lht housekeeping.
Block and half S Pslatb, 219 A.&
Government St. 23junelm*


Newly furnished moom for 'tiht
housekeeping. Cheap. 310 3. Ro.
masa 8, ISjuaelm*


CAMPING PARjIB an secure ex.
cellent -coeW odstinma on Gagnet's
Bayou at Sunnybank fruit and poultry
farm Finest bathing, fishing and
sailing. Tals mail launch Ruth. Ad.
dress Miss Anna Carlen, Mary Eather,
a., Sjunelm.


Do *T- w that land t the bsegt
of all waIthT In a growing city or
towr, ma-r iLvs"ted in land Is sure
to So0W. re misala is such a cRy,
ad you will do well to lveat. It you
do at wlah to buy real estate now,"
4 ND YOUR MONEY
O rea e*ate security? We can len
you moaesy on ge security wity-
oGt have to yck We. thoroughly in-
vestigee title. before making loans,,
an make- no leans without ample mari
gins er the am loaned. We can
get yo lOHT PZE CENT. Let
Sr\ money work for you.
RENTS
C*OleOted and refitted promptly. Close
ateteton given to thit line.
Ust your property with us for sale,;


LESLI E. BROOKS
W4 S. Palaox, Fisher Building


.4


BUlld you a house, I will give you
prices on material. P. 0. Box 288,
Phone 810. Joel Prater. Yard at Bay-
len Street Wharf. 3SOjunelm*

PIANO TUNINQ.
I am prepared to do tuning and re-
pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17
years' practical experience in the
south. -J. Conrad Scott, 244 Greg-
ory street, Pensacola. 25Junelm*
Parties delring to make the trip up
the sound to Mary Esther, and Free.
port can get desirable rates on the
steamer Captain Frits. We make
weekly trips, leaving Baylen street
what every Thursday morning at 6
o'clock. Inquire on board Wednes-
day. Capt. J. N. Rogers. lSJunelm*


RM ULAR MAI LINB--ood convey-
ance to traveling public. Day ser-
vice each way. Prom Chipley to Bay.
head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley,
L. 2.4mach.


MA "TATEL
R .AL STATB In tau parts
T" by th -4op d and we
mlm4 our bole emlong Use
mens. D. Hale Wuila Oa&


city.
will
pay-


I UDiamond, San,.
s ehlag 6aaaed. preme sd

ideas




SAILRAKRA.
1. -islairs 71 bsomth
stMerL Orders take t for
tetS awnings, mamp tools sad house
eoa a. PrkMeeuasonable. Sija


oint. The Capt. Baker use, large sad airy e La
Dr deAaghtmlly looted on bay shore, at *iW, t o .a
a=e. Plsherville, newly painted and paper
A-* d Bathing, tng and shing. MOSmT TO U On .goo real se.
v o 'Ts* $7.50 per week. Speeal rates taU eSa, r s.ood wNlakte), 4
taw to ftmlies. Mrs. Fannie ettagr, at t- l. Brooks,
lraishe d rooms for light housekeep- f-gr --- -g. 14Ja
L A Ig; Phone 32., 3 rings. -
,eth lluaoelm* m .~.1 Property. pay"As
8OOM AND BOARD.-Delightful t o. *W= W m protet y a*an
Ucation o bay shore; boating, bate- UA50MM .S.e0 J .-.wls50% 32 W.
ety, Heran at dtr. .junelaW. i-
. -POR BENT.--4P*Mtdn room, with XiTf W AXED engood rta
or without bOa1a Convenient to -tooS liAsn amut.L
ear line. Apvpi mm Iafn. *ad Sa dIsoW .- A


0&A
in"


THE WEST HILL WOOD TYARD o
apply you with stove wood, block
aek wood, splt wood. ike Ikots,
kinaluna. Ring phone 10e M g
Williammas, pprietor, eor. 0 St., l
** ****m


row SAUZ-le-romaiaer
loi8ncSfr Plts
1, e oriaet'stosaa
29 ireo ind


nDO YO want o buy or sl.l fts*.
A Mtue wat ad will blm"s w-s-ei
to dely.


Por Sde


for -lien



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71 ., m 0 4 4 0 ie a m
40 I sL !jai 6(0k ,A.. .... I


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10th ave. Junelm.
FOR RENT.-Two furnished rooms
tor rent. Light ow1eeplng.ae w.
Chuae. mjun.
PARTIES whe want o at houeam
eams- or ytho ese or ttm
atter, wUl t Joernal Want
Ads a great h1g


MOR RMIT-Two nicely furniashed
rooms, with hot and gold water
baths and privege of telephoe. Ap.
ply No. 415 Wet regory street.aai
.4


BilT bTbL-Opeal night nsm day.
mopean pa n. ruome lg.t and
e41 Transient trade meted. 575.
179 South PalateS. Jol. I. IC1lau


-Not= LOAe0 aD kisad of pep
ri sertry Ob short notice,
etm. W. Bullard. *upstair
28% South Palafto St., Phone 1144
5 ,noT
.s of mnoy to bao
02 nsro Prrry.
law*a large
2Ue sCo.. 204C %



0 TO MXIA.Q DIAMONDS.

Seaer Ia aureeemsed


NOR T HILL PROP IY.

deseir'Aab tibu afg lots at


offro..


WA#$4ILL PROPfwlW.

Pim HIomet 505 S Gabdent7rom* At':



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YOTR REAL ESTATE UIMI? PSWiML YT aMWg -' 7
YOUR RENTS OOLwIm r AMD JM'MTD M MyL?
YOUR TAxt AES D NASRESMENTS GVM P3OW ABRIM'
Olt HOUWes, NaC., UffICJMThY qovb By D
YOU TROVMLA) AND ANQM B BY REPMR nMTCS?
YOU TH iG uOP S0'BUYING OR SELUNt?
We make a specaltyo as eal ate,. Rents, Colultuom, FT I-
surance and all matters pertaining to Real tate. We respectfully
solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction.
*Isoo.oo-4for cottages o kn eGrsgory street; good retrs.
$1700.OO-Comfortable one stery dwelWln betig A ;
convenient to electric Unse,
$1SO.00-Story and half dwelai, containing tooms withaboet
two acres of lan, In the city Uiits; near Electric Carliune.



Thos.C. Watson &Co
LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Cor. Palatx and Garden Streets.


FOR RENT

FOR RUNT-Five-room house, 3 gal-
leries, bath room and large lot. Ap-
ply 831 E. Romana. 2Jlylw

FOR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable
residence on North Hill, unfurnish.
ed. Address 444, care Journal.
29June lw*-

FOR RBNT.-Residence lately o>-
cupied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street Apply to R, M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox street. 7Jne
FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor-
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarr-.
gossa. 26mtU


FOR RENT--room house, 111 W.
Cervantes. All modern convenient.
ces and in good repair. $25.00 per
month. D. Hale Wilson. 9may

,A Neither the Captain, Own-
erj, nor -Consignees of the
J I Portuguemse bark mlUita,
will be responible for debts
contracted by members of 4-rew or
said vessel. A. N. DOMINGOS,
COLA Captan.
PENSACOLA LMBBR 00.,
Consign-


PEISUA STEAl
YEIm, UMUE IUI

U North PaWox
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
SEEVICE.
WORK CALLED. FOR AND
DELIVERED.
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR
PREOSINS, 1t00 PER
MONTH.
PHONES, 7 m
E. IL REEE, M. E. WHITE,
Propriledts ManaMger.



PANAMA

HATS
CLEANED, SILACHSD AND
SLOCKSO, at the
IOLDrWM ILe MIL-
LINERY PAARLOAI
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421
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422
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East ...vm . .... TT.B
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DAILY SCHEDULE
Foe Steam OlvMIon
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL;
RAILWAY CO.


Trains leave Pensacola for the Uttl
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warringto,a
Naty Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. iarrancas 7:25am
9: 0am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30aa
12:0pm ar FtL Barrancas" 1:omM
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30poa
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:Opa'
*8:10pin ar Fr. Barrancas *8:bpm
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8: 0om ar Pensacola 3:40ps
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:4bpm)
6:15pm ar Pensacola .6:65pe
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45"
*09:OOpmo ar Pensacola 9:46pVI


SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Electric car will leave Peasseows
every hour from S a. m. to 10 p. an.
inclusive, and Saturday night o ly at
11 p. m.. and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with ter
Exception of the first car leaving Pe
sacola at 6 a. m. which wll,..ou g
turning, leave the 3Big Bayou at 6:
i.n oand the 2, .car wf l: ltv
BigrBor at 2B40 Xwn.
The above I the week day afs a
which will begin Friday, ApII 1L.
7,?T & :p 61 :w, a.. AM&a-
12:6. 1:6. 2:60. 3:50. 4:50, 5:6, S:1.
8, 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
the Big Bayou, and immediately re.
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steaa
train from Pensacola and will thea .
run to Pensacola ahead of the trana
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this electro
car schedule and will work in co eo.
tion wIth it.

Wb _..I-F


TEA9MKR TARPON
FIRST-CLASS PABSSWGUo AMi
FREIGHT SRVOla
-Between---
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHb
COLA. CAnRAPR1 IrvT. ANT. .
DREW, MILLVILLL
And all points on St. Andrswg a*
Carmabelle and Apataehl.oa.


SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8: 3:3
m. for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 ,
m., for St. Andrews, Mlville, Ape,
lacblcola, Carrabele and latermediat
points.
For additional Information apf y t
J. R. SAUNUBmgg.
L. R. COBB, Prst
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
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the store that lasists upon its
standard bang maintained in
the smallet as weI as theL modm
Inortant artiUclS t carries.
To this fact s largely due the
tremendous 'rowth of our cloth-
ing and furn:ishing business.
Besides the h.i'h standard of
merchandise at the lowest prices
.you will find the "Old Reliable"
with the unwavering desire to
treat you better than any other
house. A cheerful spirit of will-
Itgmeas to show our goods will
moet you every time.


John White

Oifitter to Men and Boys

205o207 S, Palafoz
P1hne 225.


..-A--.


F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
OAce. Brosnaham building, neKt
to Peasacola Business College.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pnesacola, Fla.


About July 6


We will be open for

Business with a full

line of fresh Meats,

Vegetables. Etc.


F. E. Gartland & Co.

218 Elast immmt St.




UNIVERSITY

OF NORTH CAROLINA.
1789-1005
Head of the State's Educational Sye.


DEPARTMENTS


Coleglate, En
Graduate,
Medicine,


gineering,


Law,
Pharmacy.


Library contains 43,000 volumes. New
water works, electric lights, cen-
tral heating system. New dor-
mitories. gymnasium, Y.
M. C. A. building.
7 STUDENTS. 66 INSTRUCTORS
The Fall term begins
Sept. 11., 1904. Address
PILANCIS P. VENABIE, President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
-I

Pensacola

Classical School.

rquanry SModl 1r

Boys and Girls.


"One of the very best secondary
dichols in the South."-Pro. Walter
Miller, Tuaane University.
The Sixth Annual Session will be-
gl September IS, 1905.
The Pensacola Classical School fu.s-
ulshes the elements of a sound eda
cation.
It offers every advantage for prepa-
atien for the best colleges, universi-
tiesad scientific schools in the coun-
try.
b tInstructors are thoroughly equip-
9" teachers in the departments or
work in which they instruct.
The papfls received are Ulmitetd to
emh a number a:. will insure a care-
Mi empervision of the work of each.
The UMividual is the unit of Instrue-
Stalet Labatories for students of
A large, well-equ!pped gymnasium
Sad a systematic course in physical
etitare itnures a healthy growth of
So body to accompany and strengthen
t ameatal development.
Why send your s)n or daughter
I MW to college before property pr-.
reIof for college work, when every
dviagage for learning and more per.
* aal ateatim are offered here at
0 -M extaine or further lIue rat


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UI


MANAER OW -t ACKSONVI.l t- rlswood. Br so. Poya, for G .ra.
Claims Paid......... mouth, with additional cargo of 11.
TEAM PLEA UILTY AND IS Paid within ee day. 4 4U1 s ft sawn tilber.
T e were only hI-" ti tastuads,-,Br em. Thomas. 2Iool,.r
FINED S--4ASE WILL IE CARB l -1 naei4 rapld a e s p eyal, with 583,00 A ft sawn timer;
,RICO TO E CUT. T. ... -'.o :.ay for Lisbon wit-2 t.9 ft .hewn t >
.RIE. TO HntnHER COURTSw. T-1 CaimT ow # ," t Mt5 ber 150,792 a ft sawn timber, 263 -
o T1eota Pramis|bal Ao e.i n c ft deals sad boards; for London
...; with 181s52 s ft sawn -timber. 1.2A,--, --- .
W. C. West president of the Jack- Profts to 1 statesoatAzlure. 5* 7 S- ft lumber.
soarille Baseball As.ociation., carge- Where claims an t 1 tS { eaer Sahara, Br s, Fair, ssa6, or treeU
with viodaing t'i Sunda/ baseball law 14 Is Usually dae dela otl oCK with 0,090 a ft aw t W --
recently passed by the lenslatureM to- Ianr of the ff f.a.ind
day pleaded galty to he acts con- mitting'complete i tswood. Br as, for GrangemotL.
plained of by the lnnictraent, provide J.3M% of AMOUNT P WITHIN -
;they were a violatio of the penam A DA*. ,,. Rr ."
laws of Florida, says'the JacksonvUlh Ratio of Claimh paaM ,6 Pr VESSELSI .,K -. "
2Jetrbpoii. of Monday. m.mes reveivd %....,.. .4I% Steamshp. PORel
Judge Samuel T. Shaylor, of the Per Cent. of Pro t e Auguste, Aus ss, Lacevich, 171.4
Criminal Court of Record, thereupon of Assured ..... ...,..14I2B% New Yorkr to Oulf Transit CGo. Proe atta
imposed a fine of $25 against Mr. .. .. Brantingham, Br ss. Flause, 1so. James McKay
West, and in default of which thirtyL IA 'uWas Palmas to Fr. J. Schreyer. of a'l detalrpt:
days In jail was required. IVW I 3 RRV h. Goodwood, Br s., Boo. 2313B. Bait- OffieI Phnm.
The validity of this law came before -- ore to WI. 8. Keyser Co. Resdenom U-
Judge Shaylor last week wlen Attor-' Cen. Agf., P Inchmoor, Br s4, 'C6t-tls, 3078, New- %-
ueys W. B. Young and Cromwell Gio-. cIastle to Gulf Tranett Co.
bons made a motion to quash the In- T --.-A aa ybonia, G er s. 15St. Kahdoy. aP
Cacmeat against We.t, alleging the 'c IH p lh3 ii S th Pine Lumber Co.
law to be uueonstitutional on tht Miratmas, Br as, Andrson, 1561,-
-,ounds that the law was defective McMillan Bm *s Co New Orleans to Hyer Bros.
inasmuch as tie law passed by the- Romol, Br ss, Presant., 1380, Huelva
!'-islature was not the same law as a----to Master.
approved by the governor. The ques- iVI IUad W WI .' Sahara, Br as, Fair, 2664, New Or-
tion hinged as t v.he:hcr the journal Am leans to F. O. Howe & Co.
nmust be accepted l :s the constitutional MObile.Ala. Sicaa, Ita s. Blanchi,a 28, Geaoa
rccorl cf procc-l.nizs regardless o- to Glt Transit Co. .
-he prorlsitcr of tihe original bill. m-p/ aryt
Judge Shaylor decided that the law M A r f DeGrogori Globatta, Ital bk. Fer-
was Valid ar in rendering hli decis- A I ', rari, 1294. ,Buenos Ayres to -Yellow : ti
.I sa :M K Pine Lumber Co.
"Beore the legislative? journal can Emelia, Port bk, Dominges, 1117, i
enjoy that degree ot inf'l!ibility claim a Naval stores cotton grain and Buenos Ayres to Pensacola Lumber
ed by the movements in this cause th,, stock exchanges were cdosed yester- 0o. Good CO
matters contained in the journal must day, account of legal holiday, hence It4l bk Due Ciugual, Ollvart, 125.
be 'clear, explicit and atlimative.' It no quotations were received, from Genoa, to Rossco Bros. en to
cannot hle claimed that the matter de. Innocenta, Ital hk, Garriano, 769, Ft
ended u on by the movants here is de Fn to s Bros
clear; exp(cit and affirmative." LIST OF VESSELS TO o anPce to rtos o B.1123Newas wi
Habeas Corpus Proceedings. LOAD CARGOES HERE. Orleans to H. Baara & Co.
When Judge Shayior to-day fined Thomas. Ital bk, arro. 803 to C B. Wh y
the defendant $25, the attorney imme- The following vessels are under CafIro.
diately instituted habeas. corpus pro- charter to the Gulf Transit Company, sGotooners. are SU
ceedings before Judge Rh.don M. Ca;i., and will load cargoes here during the Harry W. Lewis, Br sch,, 279, Matan-
01 the Circuit Court. which is made re-I coming month: zas to J. A. Merritt &Co. The M
turnable next Friday, ~ nen the case For Liverpool-Vivina, due J4ly 9th; Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Scot$ .
will be argued before him. Gracia, due end of July. 74, Ruatan to Master. of oasted
The attorneys for Mr. West, in addi- For Genoa-Fert, due July 7. Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
tion to 'other claims. will urge that For Spezzia--4Fen, due July 7. timore to master.
the law violates one of the six declara- For Dunkirk-Inchmaree; now In Magnolia, Am sch, Houseman, Pas-
tion.h of rights of the states. They port; a steamer, due In July. cagoula to order.
w.ili urge that the constItution is vio For Kobe (Japan)-A steamer, due Ships.
lated because the law restricts the lib- in August.
erty of the people and permits them For Venice--Mongibello, due July 4, Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
from cnjo.ing those liberties 4rantel Pecine, due July 11th. ,neras 1170, Liverpool to master.
tc their, by the constitution. The d,'-- For Plymouth-Inchmaree, now In NEvelymion, Ras ship, A nr, 1882, t.
cision of Judge Call in the premiseI port. Navare to aster. Phone
is awaited anxi?.asly. It is contended For Marseilles--A steamer, due Mn
that if the legislature can preve:tt'July. Hives are a terrible torment to the
baseball and other innocent amuse- For Tampico-August Belmont, now little folks, and to 'some older ones.!
ments on Sunday, it couHl also prevent in port. Easily cured. Doan's Ointment never
excursions, automobile mnd carriage fails. Instant relief, permanent care.
rides and other amusements. At any drug store, 50 centa. .


The Petition.
The petition issued is as follows:
To the Hon. Rhydon M. Call, Judge of T
the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judi-
cial District oft he State of Florida,
in and for Duval County.
Your petitioner, W. C. West, allege; t<
and says to your honor that. be is illegal- ti
ly restrained from his Plberty in th.- c
county of Duval, State of Florida, by
William B. Pickett, sheriff of Duval n
county, Florida. P
That the said Picket: claims the d
right to imprison your petitioner by
virtue of a judgment rendered by the tb
Criminal Court of record in and tor 1
Duval county. Flo-ida, on the 3d day ,a
of July, A. D. 1903. A copy of said a
judgment is hereto attached, mark. d k
Exhibit A and made a part of this
petition. That said judgment is based r-
upon an information, a certified copy J'
of which is hereto attached and maies
a part of this petition, and a p'ea ot a
petitioner confirming that he has corn- f
mitted the acts charged in said infor- M
nation.
Your petitioner alleges that the
said judgment is null anI void. for thet
reason that the matters and things,
charged in said information do not
charge anything which constitutes a
violation of any law of Florida.
Second-That the matters and
things charged In said information dol
not constitute any violation of anyl
penal law of Florida.
Third-The act under which the in-!
formation is filed is null and void, be-i
cause The act. as approve- by the gov-
ernor, is not the same act which pass-
eri the two houses of the legislature.
Fourth-The said act as approved
by the governor differs materially from
the act as passed by the legislature.
- Fifth-That said act violates section
16 of article iii of the constitution of
Florida.
Sixth-That said act violates sec-
tions 1 and 6 of the declaration of
right t of the state of Florida.
Th t there being no valid law upon
which to base the said Information, the
said court had no jurisdiction to ren-
der the said Judgment against your
petitioner.
Your prisoner prays -that a writ of
habeas oorps, directed t toaid sheriff
may issue, cbimmanding him to produce
the body of your petitioner before your
honor with the cause of his detention,
and that your honor may order the
'aid sheriff to restore your petitioner
to his llberty. W. C WEST,
V, ILL!A1 B. YOUNt'<. Petitioner.
GIBBONS & MAX'~T.'T..
Attorney- for Pettioner.
A C;ird.
'Thi. Is to certify that all druggist
are autho-ised to re'::qd your money'
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cune
.-Mr Ce-'.. or Cold. I? stops the,
.-oanh. heals the lungs and prevents,
er.!o::s ei--lts froir a e.,'d. Cures la!
'.-2 'e co.gts and prevents pneumonia
:.rt coa nmption. Contains no opiates.1
The gunuine ic It' el.w p-ckage. Re-
:usr nEltitttuter. W. A. D'Alemberte,
Druggist-and Apdthegafy, 121 8. Pala-
fox.
During tMe Swo f early .vee.
tables and '0ibtpe frks, diarHsn
ad b aVA ridese are prevaA"ts


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e Ancient Scalp-Fever Thplry IEx. 5 S LOW ttY

At one time oandrun was attributed C .
the result of a feverish condition of
scalp, which threw off the dried HOOTON'S PHARMACY 18 SERVING
ticle in scales.
Professor Unna, Hamburg, Germany THE PUBLIC WITH A FINE
ted authority on skin diseases, ex-
)des this theory and says that dan- LINE OF CANDIES.
uff is a germ disease.
This germ is really responsible for *
e dandruff and for so many bald
ads. It can be cured if It is gone Hooton's Pharmacy has been serving
out in the right way. The right candy to its friends for a day or two
y, of course, and the only way, is to past, having just received a large con-
1 the germ. signment of Lowney's choicest makes,
Newbro's Herplcide does this, and put up in packages ranging from 10
rmits the hair to grow luxuriantly, cents to $1.20.
at as nature Intended It should. These candies are so well known
bold by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist that they need no recommendation,
d apothecary. 121 S. Ihafox street. but Jack says that in order to impress
nsacola, Fla. Send lt. in stamps upon his friends that ae has them for
Sample to The Herpicide Co., De- sale, a box will be open at the phar-
it, Mich. macy for a few days to any who would
like to sample them.


This nobby little drug store is forg-
Ing to the front at a rate that Is as
r pleasing to Mr. Hooton's friends as it'
is no doubt gratifytig to Jack him.
self. Watch It progress.
F 66BAR RANCAS AIND WASP
TEAMS TO PLAY BALL.

The baseball teams, representing
Fort Barrancas and-the gunboat Wasp.
I will play ball next Friday, and it is
Expected that the game will be a
most interesting one, inasmuch as the*
clubs are about evenly matched.
T h, The game will be played at Palmet.
B'* to Beach, and the teams hope to se-
cure free transportation from the Ter-
will be' no admission charged but if
the teams are required to pay fare to
the beach, an admission fee of about
15 cents will be charged.
D fsight fes seavm the
HE rii. The Original.
wr isa--Fs a i .li Foley A Co.. Chicago, originated
al.. 3illdiftrjlll 11 Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the, great
11- --11 iis imj wi4 merit and paumlarity of Foley's Honey
^i .^ -^and Tar many imitations are offered
_i- ( a d 6 for the genuine. Theae worthless fm-
itations have similar loundihg names.
Beware of them. The genuine Poleys.
Ask for It and refuse ano substitute.
il "R N~IeM, m I t is the best remedy for coughs da*
e colds. W. A. YD'Alemnberte. druggist
so and apothecary, 121 S. Palatfbx.
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