The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00763
 Material Information
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 6, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00763
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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owg 4clratio ,The crew ,ofthem will be shot
the KAW Poteamke notify foreign
Wereer t at a dealt struggle has -
Were i t ~ S wAth t Rn aa ...t Soremet. .o ou. Ss IS i iS ed
We c tor it ,W tty to declare Bucharest July w-The capta n of .D
s mmi w reM t a" n antee to h aeviosblty Of a vessel which has inst arrived here djtji lae !Im
ad ta BBreign Mhips nIsswv ng the Black from Galats reports that he met the ", o at
Sea as wel as the inviolabillty of for- battleship Knias Potemkle going to-
WHERE IT WAS CONSIGNED TO PATM OF STORM. T0.YKD. tered them of Mean yester- Sevastapol, July 5.-The Black Sea SHORT-MANY LEAVING-
.T. ..AST .-- ...r \TORday and da cI aga provisions. squadron, under Rear Admiral Kru-
ITS LAST RESTING PLACE. X, NIME KILLED AND AWY INT. he authorities fitsed to tarnish ger, returned here tqday from its sec- ISTHMUS AS FAST AS N
PRESIDENT RETURNEODAT ONCE the and the torpedo boat fired two ond voyage to Odessa. The squadron
PREUSIENTRETURNEDATONCE URWED AT MONTA shots. oat afterwards obtained included the battleship eorg Pobi- ARY FUNDSCAN B SEC
TO WASHINGTON. all sopp" "-eaared. donoadtz.

By Acia Pes. Tes;, T Jy ..-CHlISTIAN ENDBA VOTERS o
veland 0., July 5.-At almost ever Naea Advance has arrived ere rom
t y on t o-day the boo of Job" c W ie of Sam Let a ,1 A TMaDE ma and the passengers have bi
B non o-dy th Mrthre chl r t UA ildr IN BA L TM O ll baad reporb of coditIN BAeL
w. as laid to rest in IAkeview e. e& her two children, s-z aaI.stnle x saying "Trins are very bad t
Around the open grave at the the Barringto h e. say are very
m nmet stood with bowed heads Other .1ves were lo t dIt1 4dotEl' lrT THOUSAND DELEGATES P RESENT WHEN CON VENTION WAS Isthmus. The diseases prefalei
an- unobtal nale..' measles, smallpox, yellow, fever,
prident and vice-residet .p, In te path o ned States, members ad e were destroy d THOUSND PEOPLE N VAST ARMORY HALL d ae epd. The
7 of the present cabinet and The tornado killed Now Mc.-
h ya i t [] II i ._--t "iyataken from Colon to the cemete
r *k ho had In teer years served ways number one and sometimes
h, dead secretary Ithe social DEAD AND INJURE Ps e Rev. HOWard B. S, of New York teen a day. Ten graves are a
PeT Mcki .MAYD BJADtAND INJURED flImrJuly 5.-Ie sor-al op-prelded. A letter was ead from dy frcasso m ency
o, f PrkW t McKtary. .M "AY RE0 OXTY. g of theotety- seo Inoternational President Roosevelt expressing wre. i crk lerce o he esi
Pre w u my others who wil. T\ Christian- Badvpr Convention took grets at his inability to be present a ninety per cent short.
.% would hare paid a tribute Dallas, Tea., July 5.-i Secal to place this aft~ armory hall and deliver an address. A reply was government sees to be delayin
S and reapet to Mr. Hay.%ait the News says: "Furtee kUled with about eight thousand delegates sent to the president again urging hi l them and rty of my mates
v- wish of his family that the i the Nacona tomdo a a large present sad nearly all of the sxtmeen to be present an deliver an address waiting for money to catch this
hol de conducted for John 1 number iajured. Thirt kee aow thowUand satsIa the Vast armory hall Rev. Oliver Hackel, a minister of er, but only six got It in time to
heh ms they knew aad loved s to roualy l a cool occpt. Th hall had been neatly this City, delivered an address of A nuse ha also returned a
; r:vate 1 1 ot for the bril- hoes and churches w4 destroyed delrated to the oco ason and the welcome and was followed by W. 0. that none retranig to states no
d: fa = rSIer wh os e S m and damaged. p one of extraordinary Atwood, of Batimore, chairman o thego back as ckess is ncreasin
.- honored e.n sue-| aRep ortse from the tornadirar pt_ reises-an nation. co en committee, to also wcl- the conditions are becoming wo
c I e b coml a. The number 1 l the absence of Pesdet Clarke comed the delegates.
A m-- n. 56.& I lared .wil possibly re ck ,- M
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+-,,nd hi grave was tW ARtewicsh-y. se. ...
rs. vibl donors se- me --c -
were in a ratio directly inverse Montague, T., Jly ,.-The ter- L Wn M T n is fMfmtIonsps
S"hoe iree1, rven him In e, 11r1 nade wilch passed through h wr tll Assea ated Pr.
.aps no greater testimony to the OIt ILPR ED LAUIER. -afterboon killed ninepersons, dettoy New York. July 6.-Leo Steve
S-i f ;hb< man could have hk . ed teen dwellings, a number of bayt- yAesatod Press. ply "smothered the Britishers, but the a nearby pleasure resort, has
, *t. than the quiet manner l which am houses and hundreds of had, of Lomdog, July .-Beatle C. Wright effect seemed to tire them and they j. ,H. Baldwin's airship, the "
Li. ontrvmnien. w ho appreciated his PR. ~ live stock. The number of Injured is anpolnb Ward retired tp-day from -lost the second and third set. The nia Arrow." 200 feet into the ah
taracter and achievements, stood large tg at.present unknown athe glih double hdnplonships "fireworks" began in the fourth set after a trip skirting the "ocean
1- 14 a* his family. wish to take hoe- oly after~ what was conceded to be when Wright .commenced playing the for some distance returned in s
,, of the fuure for the endturoan JOeT 07r 'l t THE B A tTo -- T aTP-T TO**-r oot. sHeant exhibitionme o i le. ably assisted by to the place of starting.
i hi< fame. Thr events of the 4aY ENv 5VT T JL M U SAS L JL/' ij TrrtfM rT D T u tnjils eer seen t Wimbledon- Ward. a t While the airship was a hut
S.i....i.. wi-h .he arrival of Pree-. S. H. ralb, the Welsh champion, and The Americas won the first four feet above the ground the long
n Rooiovelt s train at 9 a. me., sadt &I t 50C_ UW Fa* nk '1 RToely, one of the best expo- games with the Britishers contesting line which was trading caught I
... with its departure at 3 p. E D A WHEN TRAIN A VED AT PITTS V W L ats of t land, said in every point, but in the fast playing electric wires. Stevens sent th
' fne-ral itself was held between TO MAKE A .- ,U tlhlr options, they played at top which was continue to the end the hip ahead at full speed, the wire
, i o clock the interment be-h UA UT 1L N TO MAKE AOORDMES-41U CT O- rm Britishers nally got the upper hano .a an released the drag line,
c noon!. kmTO OtR HAY CONMOREDO BUT NO R y A Patd Wa _m In the rst met the, Americans sim and took one set, 9 to 7. hitting the airship to continue
IV, o-n a" o'clock the special ti eRichmond, July .--Joseph W. ije- trip
n :e President Roosevelt and the "A Wll ICEMENT MDE. bauer, an employee of the local barre Stevens declared that he could
S-r- hit cabinet arrived a. the works, shot his wife four times and j.... ll L, l v te the "aifornia A
hf the Pennvl ania road a e-e t ried to end his own life witth a ndic L t d Chicago PackeAs lJ n around the oroui of Brook
r ommmtt-e composed of mem- y Aealte Prm. Shaw. Attorney lqueral Moody, Post. bullet in the abdomen. It is doubtful feat which he dlared he will att
Sthe cham-ber of commerce wu Plbrg, Jul -The premt's master General Cortelyou and Dr. whether he will live. The woman was. B for T al ti the next few days He a
- .ng and greeted the president train arrived hIe a a *sIclal from Riey. shot three times, once in the riIght atship was under my H
-side: Ihen wa ked quickly. Cleveland at :50 t-al a~ a teft for During the afternoon the president shoulder, once in the upper lip and in' rom the time t left the aero
tookhenlevelafrotthe timteritwlthtethehanoeroem ay recover e aousy -dI
'e train toward his carriage, the a t at Qute a lage erowd took up important matters wIth me- neck. She may recover. Jealou y A lat Pr ers are still absent from Chicago ut until I returned, and I ha
S nied by M'. Swasev. p-eaident gathered at the station to ret him ber of the cabinet individually, but given as the cause of he ,h Cca'o, July 5.--sBoids were fur- United States District Attorney Morey- culty in describing curves, desce
c amb.'r of commerce. As soon and after repeated calls far a ap~ ch So samoaemeat was made concern- -...hed to-day ..by the three packing son announced to-night that these ab or ascending while in the air."
t- had taken their seats, the the president A10 11 ipg. 1 they Wag them. The resident talked long UIiANAPO S IMCES CLOSE companies and thirteen of the individ- sentees will be given ample time as
r.- of the cabinet and the re- ought mot expect bhW to -ke a ad earnestly with Frmer secretary al packers Ildicted by the federal their holdings in Chicago are large and U IM CELEBRATIO
oIN ,- itiee entered other car- Speech after I aIe te tu- Moot, who has beeh almost constantly grand jury. r of theC dieted pack- they would not attempt to escape trial.
San, headed by the riding mem- eral of Mr. ay. w haid be a with him since joiaig him at Jersey By Asociated Press. nu
S*' Troop A the procession of friend of all the We .pe City yete ay. Indianapolls, July 5.-Secretary Holt rI rURuT IN Cnto
< re- move off at a smart trot The prelsdet _eat t1h5 5I il yet too erly ake any a- of the Indianapolis Racing Aaoelatuon. D, as ro asiG ExpY l ifoln
saberr of commerce, two and night ae -leaig e-- .r i sees r announced to-night that the race meet- SU ,UM M ....... i HS
t ava. an formal ce.termae with th i- M but it.i. known the .Du ing at the grounds had been closed. * Hundrede of Patients In Hos
The President's Party. net on boarO his tWin.. as hi. wa consIdered irmally by t Several bookmakers were arrested to' In W eSt Vlrg awnI M sn e esbjed t Nervous Sho
S.... -esidential party were Hon. peresoal guests 1Nihi Upe. Pl MW'- pfrsidnt te&. y with frl, sfds aord day. V Su .ce t-
'J- Shaw. secretary of the treas- ton, Charles I ary 3 rtmy the ta. That May uty.
s.- J Bonaiarte, secretary. Sy ADA Ce eA f W Blatd Press. Norfolk and Western oflcials hare

-naster General W. .Cort- at opened The drive to the cemetery secupled men had-bees Mled, If teem injured mention is made of any dead. Details cago hogpltals were subjected .to
-ipy General W. H. Moody. The PmH l Otag' the greater part of an hour sand it was By Associated Prees. and many more hiurisoaed. from the coal fields are meagre. vous shocks that may eventual!
P oC KnoX of Pieasylvania. There was a hrilt I u'is g almost 11 o'clock when the cavalry --- sult seriously. In many cases it
"ney general: Charles w which the pa sMi-it ag --Ths of swept under the arched satewar and Southern Leue. necessary to call upon the poUt
v' e"7 p"ostmatr genra :% ". haled, atthe sidef Wads eh l Montgomery *a 1 MYTWtC L TORY STRIKERS FIRU dyie t -*h
s Rt oot. sooM te a the3 ho6Atlea Stood wt hGr* ases OF MOB IMOLENCE ON BY CO8SAdCK$

A Jr., and Dr. RIxey. ser- ed the

-Iirmous crwod hw gEtI of Troop H took t* Mdlo t the chapel Is so small that It wa dialt York 1 Washlnton s v, tils morning.. "n tre. s
e IN to w. YoradteuWashhk tityLasndeth ca eget.- w BerP uts this morning. The P wrs strs
Sof the chamber of com- side of the easkt l all of the properly accrete per a entlr new fhte -a t O M e n by the arrest of a Yoit who wBay th ..
tv he mng of the prei- ary pll-l-tecrrerp. Yovt U dos totad room within the waLs. ]d 4, Phiadlpia att ob.t t M entering tLhe works. The poliee an New ork Jnly -'r. P.
departure Of the M casket waz raised by te Ivqlrym T eten swere six r.C mUU last 4 y of friebds, it ap, who took him into Custody stispecte4 f Chi go* pesldentof
.- -'- ne detail tteh em ad tolowed by the the "aslens ..ar,- .as Detroit 2, St. LIous 1.pears, lStb # r the young man of having dyultte e C,,lh eomsyos.. h._ him 5
"* i dtMr swasl C C ls8e lbT t Ra.. m ae tha White Me in = Wille c "ag hispossession. T o n
koe th ISVWWSWHay bmiY tr aes- vr*tifeinftarbd by aSS*uartette, a National League.WihVM ems kV
Ni sm.SWCnPTb a awMU6I e fte ltae We wt IOMlas W"o a(erai 4p1uCj.; e atlbde'gie lw 1*be
-r ith H was borne e quy at v. I. C. stor t old .Broklyn 0, Boston 7. .gi .am. FR -- 401- m weeks a. k,,i.led,th.e o.peW-"- The etu q. o s i
anvwithGoavertH er-to the fnerAl ear at 'he 4b6M the stgew c ls. IA towa w" d Philadelphis 7, New Yobk s*ajd bs hS lrl *06 0 in pogreO*s quickly coGat t i the Perhag hew e an et a m e
president at the epot, sg s of the m valrya a na oseo Iyd.m tr All l S t cagot, Pttb .r. -- .--V John asrho, tiRd e ,, a oad and Cosacks wue ordered to1" 't P oo t.'
rnmittee. the ddntpeared in the orwmw .- t~yhet 4uatatte =s4a btW vt nyr by SothAteont eau. _00- 080 Theof uimleyjnethseirwvsedte e~ V h a oh.UU~
,- .along-the hailo utu ,-ste rtLyon,_-.OfteneIbr
auditoriumh bal towa Ith oget ap agia gg Charleston 0, Maeon 4. pramE ith tle em* t ofJi ley causings several casualty eia mong' enlha h
'a The two e .tritdnos et gagormal t_ i f io P e Th.) r ne .. -"., ,r-.i1 Ie e
"-.. or! tine OtUo -ll11I+1m .+ _,+v/V fV '++" Gros fo the stiker The. excirte amtin ne
door fell back Wt Mh w -.thel ,n .. ..A ,t ," d..isti .imi!'n .
and givi. them a uu twn tumu,_- l.-
the RreFWst evit GROW g".II.
bt-e casket. ~T U n h eavers te Shel.--."+s-.
"pr;idential-rty',,1"le of e .&0bo Yow1r Ps4,6 0a o.D. e.aamu....-..4 .
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once more. 'Wres of timeLW 410eIftE
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sidr-ent Roosevelt kd I -to wel '5@I~ie A th I
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.. DEVLIN'S FAUtJRE *. ^ ....-.y S-, .- ....Uol STARKE' XPERIM-CE AS .wlafl _t _M_ Ma_ ..all, too. In a "Whyr, .ed Ewla The --pe. I 4...,,.. ..
S u rse c o u r t to or d T O W N T S AlCT O Y W f h e h i - . . . ..rig h t o me . . .. .
io-hal Bank .aa.i.ar D.". ook Tm J Taylor.p s towa. .h tw a b- .. . -- a r .I lty cobt laft "I--
ver of the Sprig Valley National Ha e and Manutr Co tr e a itly all li- aaithyata th as
~k of Spri~ Va~06 eyta Illa.p, upntI ad- V.eI a d corporation, and Hardeawafefmaandine bose rt ag y ttfrtw oWhat-hwtatP hp wh i t Wreon an

b a n k h a d c lo s d c o tp o r a tio n a p p e lla n t v s T h o m a s J 0 om e d r un k o n at a e ,y .,n w a .,r m-t e- t It y m ost a'n. a p er- T . rw_ . b e a m ba iB ea 8 8 itt t l a dliMlars d e s e r e d- .a b o v
-.-The computer as- alo appo-Iter Tayr, ppl fan Mon o- hoe sobt0. ate take with them the te-..n a Sy enCl t0t3 . -w- _- 6 NOT- ,. *.0 stt ar awedPe.,
National Bank tlr J. Macho y. Clak Clark or ppeants, d srie of life. Instead of liquor. Pnk ta ry, sensible wtma ye eM St bear to look at twOat -e" o l in

receier of the Prlst National Bank or don Smith 1 or appee.lle db r olasacall, hol. aout yMdl tn the agtta" lh wiarelt heard an irdl "O,,,tt tae e) 1 IN WrtSI WHR eoF
Totoa II.. pn advice fnom the we Il the cae of Florda ad Rock atedPoment e make, sad 8tarky et W6 t 00 et al p ofdn'td for ^* O NWelk ertet y *d ad
et opener busteethi moralag~and plant, fma ItV Cotty- In an d MM Ms ses. A stop tfttbl s shantaeb to was* rot JIb w hath3

a t to ae an examiner take pnon by Shaklerd C. J. The de- u te u tt.eaI s r at ithe wacam ,r BiRG
charge. ( ee ai reverTmJed. TOWNgF OF MICANOPY thiteSoa r nt thf 10 02s frs thwing adahls Ntoahg h

The wspesuo of thMe .a. benrh Fa there. R ell. I.ntftsora T. a, THEATN FIn rtS 2S W t y bo-a foie tt.oBe whenher.ptefrst became d
de to tf tsGeraUare of J. C. Devlla, Wo John W. Dukes and l. Walter Duke r M. IMt 80
s I reidento t o the ~ Io.e appellant, the C y of TIpae a a1, I .a otly L-o W. B tama 1e' *. fa. ",good lool n e capital stook of the Spri~ Val. ipal eorpraon esi under the sore, loitde hereo, w turned to the dan@ anr t bn a aool I tee it Dte h. tMhi s Je thtWA
wEte ..U r ,.TO Mont Ohd Thei servtnes wtieal. hadaleotem e.! -yauw e n i i--f Mu fgure on
3ItBKS CLOSED.BY.eMM N RE, rOut Aer myror, FOUMe ad aoF medaly M*Pl lb, white eS wn a.0tmidn dimOheret-thu g'_vrLaskhm ee o.. _

ley bank 5000 and of the F SuPrat law of the courtte of Florida :ppellee, wd Teday ad the lo o eat d MM bly earned the right to a resa." sal R

B. y A s ciatedtPu. di a PerI r.p- abs.the sae b bota athe. utIeWrn Saot te o Wass u st a the reason I

Sof the currency has appointed Na- the as nre of i oJuliusSo omon, an mas- adompe__as_ mont_ oEWfU sharply like a Miry command.
trol by J. C. Deta Alled oA Jly rporlon and D. B. Newoor, appel. of the bsi part of Muioy woitta i rte e- woma he- ba nevr ot the ovenor of the Ste a l t r ay of Jul

3 It traa known that the De..tA etate -lbta e. Vinea nte de Cortes, ppelleee bune Ind150 tlosf thoe tItte ;? Be lS^ Was too wee Wor eto of ,i lettes patest I.1 to i M _
owed both the Sprint Valley National from HdUareough cout. Oiflton by C tory.e had Bue broke into and le has= a i t tetn bntt somoI I gttg P ces DeCeopat [.th qualedRE.

bhak of Spring Valley, III., upoand the ay, scaorporationande ardandiner oods stoles, as the door wire open mto ama t ond I t nbew h a t -h a w-y w hw aptnry I
vices received from Mr. Cook that theo t Raney and 111oods Company d Car and a pair of tre.-US& were found put u Theiy two iotegt broke slh kn-rite. f wH aM Vn e ftha' i
whank had closed their door tay. Jut rtor appellants; 8. Bvs. Thomasn and rt of the dtore. The lows w cwb Dre ad to whom aIe preN U Io t knowt rn be ashamed 3oate O?

what amoufs the Dwinl estate owes o. M. Simintoh for appelleeI erDal by s. ra l nce. -, w. intoeho 7the ait. I l -t b. An Orall nA an the d
the two Illnos banks is not known, av n. Walker, plaintR da errors S. Imwproem a gtt itMarkedsa a h ao to The -stak*e of the Nerporation shal hee st m ad Ma fa

prae st of the bask thaey tiat S. ho e ate company,t err. aOUcHe O in Y CA ted o-t as a places whereee lo a hoe eS S Ie benmil," shf Car eO Dt a ae rem, t d o
ed I on money to bildtw the Osse cos.a ty. aMotion o extend t* e OVR SVENTUN HUNRD. the mp'sht blde me artty him the ar tb"o in her Itf bd ptlatU CONSTRUCTION OMPANandts Be t ost
Treasa. Marqu ettae an examinorther rake- Opin which to by Shaeileferd, C. J. Thed To WouF O MofA Y e rv H a ll. .spoft. of Pn 7oIy

. hDev. w.oa to to h Wtb B A_ almerr+ rdefeent an Chic .. t to direv heknws-dt few--tcogle A COSTLY BREAKFAST. rw eerse d .o the b.sie.s s t p 1sS .
The 8` p pe ysi n Ofthese beate. !as Fank IL RauseN. Leomocar T. Sims, 7ThR1EATUNUD FIRE. t e? -"W-t The -ufsl l m of I" 1 red ther t-secy *Wen'g :- rti oty F

d toces with the Atsonof J. Devi, who Johan W.of ReDukese Harrison, later i atthDukes, 1s011 o1 -11 c t s a If IeWame"ML8 to be translated toal to t

w as pedent ibotho the trl, errorllant, v the state of Florida, ademe. he nted Stat t. tr o and deal real estate () r Mt t
the Chingo, Milwaakffa &t St. Paul. a-t la error, from JIon county, was were killed and I Speople ws before Ma b tl91t 4 a s11trtd Hens' egs were worth their weiht to ta*a^ the s o reie, w tim and --* al te sh
the Chicago Altokn andof the Spring Val- nicialsed on su exstiun of derthe store. loansofde hee ro was t Ahurned to w dy iBd the That.be m & tAth tdy 'ltlsy n o Al san State o f Aluaa to Iwef$M

Illilani and Iowa railroads. Negotl. plalattR In error. William C. Hodges. powder and to pis mn that her totar w as to be only her p a ut M rs jsto othe aoM fd s* a1d j veo s mSmapea.eT the13 M a c, s.
tley bank I-$al0,y 0 and of the irost law of thI error d a l tripped seIts ofelet It rank neda o 9 losse oh t he los utn sscu, -anbt swe syst1W wgtoly a tw a m"ption
sideralo a valuable asset. fr ao errougr, h. State of Florida, ted at abqutwasn't any o0,0 her sns. it was first enwAhadITup nt I l wo toad tatytO store -I o* het yea

defendant in rror, from Nassau cou na discovered ur a----- at abou.. Neertl ntuahi e lO a tpp A h's Ant wa ses, whar ft, f l ro Te
AORROWED MONEY FROMUND t. Attorn neral lls ade and at once the alarm was given, but ere them t o se, oper te thentto that pt t e No bd b o se, oper te tce d
CONTRIBUTIONOIS DECRANKS. tion to dis.s writ of error. Sho n too late to save e.-st"re, Root h ,Io etii hn awoe of tw e r r, and -aMrst and f a, boat, e 5els -ad- fetM-. .. -U.t the Rei
sBy Asscitd Prusly dat.ll f or respondenty jl of succeeded in decklag the Are from ofl his cm asn o amount ofmntears still left with which fto pay t thpe t in Sans, .3.M N Tint iWN 4 Re of

Chica, July t .-nio oTopeka, on.- .t oela the 1adthdLo Association, a Let at u time It Woroe th e ot- thatA all ang on the al wbtrwoa. Zw m ryto _i,. h l b entr, .-
SIt today that the proDpeviets are ot caped, and as yet has not ben cap. -pelleeb# wur oed. lu ttions show thatr vesw a between tisdbtr asal beakfHtHt fe ae he i ad other s. F .fot r shm Jent
wbriht for an increase rin the strike tmd lald his whrcabouts are by store hadsix ounds walking, rtbrke iantod oAndtent ese awad tt btenasie t iehsproe abetlB bt saod maho absec dpatetIca or
First. Many drivers, not inoluIledl., nown. The mot& Rn was ranted and w n anteey and s rSparkman and Ca and t pair of tstWreetnrts oThe nAt tr Teteeer et Recor U

wte closed their doorswth the Just t. for appellants; S. B. Ta ad rot of thete telIo as tt t "f to eenwt s oaureno e o h_ Ile rd. to h..d da
whdet ount the labor n estate owerad tot, for t e appellee.aat b o h o of thIsa et.Fwrt. *h wh aie havei
th e two Illinois banks ias not known, S 0. Walker, el plaintiffilanta. him aSd aa eea byaa hltrielne. lM awras setf tort t NoInAtot itest wM A a=*anon* T he MiU" O the f
but It Istrikenown to abot theybecamWI Atlanta July -Widefendanti n eor FOURTh OF UlY 'A WAD wetig a a ht, s"eerself tuht m ean dSalife aaare shlO N or ftA PriIone
evolved In aningmoney tobuild at l(Mecuny Mtn Tt een t ammate ttahimt the AM nher IWAedtat l o bm.k f- uy. r PmT dity quality
T e t c Marquettel & onortheir rant-I which to P ile the trans eript granted. J -an ,p a t e -e to be h He I di sim* eea-e Th a th rea
rQadl, f a small coal-carryingoe road which I Y & Wgrlow, for plaintiffiner. display *e-t whPrEe sd pWacM -eW -w -t,' thhSh lo ida Li ap E

Mr. Dev a was constructing to his rP 'eota te .regai s A C. Tg paf te es st e le
*s-g p prty In* that state. This Itpatce recelv -theR ord-Her. val t p e n t S!" h Wth o a sIbr a y idioyloe he as. I
CmR Ms with the Atchison, To- Theeas eofmReese Harrison,plAIntiff d from 150 of the principa cities of should a fue, bsrg fell o ml ife t e by ddlIrl sta. St

ataF, the Illini Central, It error vs the a state of Floridh defen- the Unitd Statthartyx people w D-ef him be tidtolast e s ba thrat h tM "er esamm i a l. Atty:
Aht.d&St. aohet Idis tierofrom L eon county. 'am wereklled and 1 177- jetn be o the bhoo a wloadyd estheesamenee re- alt ,or Utme o emi city cler
th Mag th In disn seto se h sO anage ast that of e plolons of fire rack r bnt ver wsely as to mobe o ant t sher t SsS dIo"arailroads. NegoteainKifftneerror W iam C. Hodges, powder and toy pisto the tta r t** oe fhis stories t th e t veryh systemt m ate ae r t
tim e a lrea inprogress to sell for Pi ntiff In terror t edto of July. ed both wom"n to pao Ies oe safety. n Mgne w ho ha re cmetf.t -landedw arat t eran gy sorae
thi ralNadProperty .whcht i con fa the caeo fWillilam Cook, plain. d, etctt E msesr ofr Te

Defendant In e t idrorfrom Nassautcoun. eetMWa I s Fi* \ t Nevertheless while preat ait Itse iN an -oby N ttherltoheastiste ee
CAMO STRIKa FUND ty. Attornoy-eum Ellis made mo.No u o perturbable front to that part of thefa~S o of the .land.Not fsh allde ve to Ir tbeypAd,

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I, M. Rhoda a prominent citim el
y.io,. wae in the city yeestrday am
a short business visit.
Mr. Jake Wof amnd on ft yew
--day for Escamblia. where tey wvll
.jwn the summer NINthk.
W al;er Lobman. of Maontgmery, U
S c:ty on a short visit and sla th
u.-* of his friend, Rupert P. Moog.
Th. regular menthly meeting of the
't dlia Club will be bel d tc-alght
a& members are reqaeted to be

I1 and Ms. L Shoemaker and
-< ,.u of Gotamdale, were s ama
(.1e who speMn Be Puartn in aPea
c a
Ammng the v fsitors l the city lS
t,, Fourth, was Captain Jefh 3aenta
rBadad. one of the me-t pou-mA
S:'Pni of that place
r E. Harwell has secured a poiU
r the Continental Jwelry O., 0 l
,. .eland. and will leave to-day trs
*Lat place.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williams, o0Mil-
ton. were among the many visitors
who spent Tuesday in Pe-sacola, re-
,urning to their home yesterday moM-
P F King, who has been in the
.-i: ing department of the store of L.
-i-dman & Co., for some time. has
S>.gned that position, and accepted
. with the Standasd Clothing Co.
A party composted of Capt. W. H.
.Nor-up. A. G. Fell, A. E. Johnson and
Y L Roch. returned yesterday morn-
ii. from New Orleans, where they
been spending the past three ays
Pleasure trip.
Twenty defendants were before Re-
S-,r Lanev in the municipal court
-"day morning. Of this number
i,4fandam was discharged, sen-
s. suspended in one casa. one case
- :" i over to the county anthoritles,
tn''" imposed amounting to $I7T.
a bone Iodge, No. 30. K. of P, will
it 9 o'clock and after the In-
. a'inn the newly elected omcers
"-ai the lodge to light refresh-
P ery member is urged to at-
and the oicers particularly are
ft; -'0 to be present.
A- .a:s- at the Southern Hotel yes-
ere: J. R. Shoemaker and
daledal; Eva Shoemaker, Cot.-
L C. Pisher, Milton; F. A.
Chicago; J. F. Harper, CAh-
Jacobs, New Orleans; J. F.
S il' ': J. XcL. Gll.s, city;
~~ Sherlock, Chicago; W. J. Me-
'.*'uniak Sprinags, M. Shep-
N- Orleans; W. J. Davia, Bear-

v ritlve you can tad no bet-
t- -,. than Blue Ribbon u lso
a Your moey back I you
'41 a.sfed. Ask yaur greser for
S -'" R nn lAmo m la Vanilla
I i"- FPavors perfectly.

By Assocla=aa P res.
"-o :. July S-The Pbaedf
-* an.hip Companyl sa iht
N111:-Maros has arrive e trDe
-.ar and other Rum~ porta
ar'g of valuable tare. The
-freight occupies amly two-
but Is valued tm et
[ Barcn von Bruage- of 9L

cholera passenger as
I '-. a a'ld for coaL

is certain to he d-
,. later and who*

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"Where hops amre reAe hop chew-
er exist," maM a farmer. "The habit
of hap chewtng praI-kes nIet a pleas-
ant eshilauratim ana aftarwar a oe-
Ibeo s drew~ani It iB mpsible
to get drmnk en hops, a member how
many you chew.
"-In t p wgrw itus thea plck-
e are fortbiM toa e eew hbe ops.
The pick*em, -d, wetagN piece-
work, are em t bleag nt e chew
tem, for timk webas end jolty
th at bhps eMan I i~lng

"I oave bmg UMd tK4t W Mee are
tramps who l w v rwo=Is herbs at,
belag chewe, -a w g I
have as6ombt Ofs ,aemct. l I have
myself s tras" dist k' out
ca aleshel umt am* a ll -a
DRuem is m g K got NsowI to
aM., wooea e op by, emmodIby
the ftsom s a%$" u "-o

A L=AMe(~qnlU 5us

= te ardtOveadedmu r

Govamir 40tod
yt*w wwis
land "4"p. ba +
Thse ed aft*aHim
spnilag. T. vas siuo" 0 o
These ;san b 4E~i
eO auta eppai to, UeUc4
Cawftord, Mile" le-; N.

V, Knott. staftbte ws; AkwW. I
li., attoWrney mv; hat. W. I
Hollowy, st e be but 4
madie was a- ~ son"*0 T
ception bw te ab ewCiRY ouckesti
sad thei~e dabb*llVUnebftaMutu
decorated IdoThemwmeityvoslo,
Many Iar" pdebw *d f~e m ies t
unlvedtr tt ho es p in Parlor
halls as& pnab .001. v"
znore beauiMa.
YIdlowsand bb" -M I* be am a
eerwy bhetand, emftigqftw inwds
te&Ade to add a momrtIKSsvilew I
the decoratIM&
Every ame was tborwUao*"usb
astic Over the euuw94vpi0at $slt
WAR everything 4ps.. s, ini &le I
make Uw*erW w.mg lu~plseaot.
the GIOSSadoL
w"a frut o ft ua owk preidfd ocm
by several at ml eje*a, sd1.
How..EL CW ay whd W. I
MUSISOI tthis Marlw Om tba Ciao
ggl soutbera for Wbhit. dwihsI
Spend to4svy.
Rua. W. T'. Kuott v aimeadA 13
labasseftqver the Seaboard this rm
%&g Messrs.P. IL Yge. T. 3L Kim
Iand A. L. Drown WeR108d Over 1In U
city to-my to ae tOw.watb13sp-&
the nadmlvety boulheis. Oai, lect,
the evemlag hen a OwTZllabsume.
By AuwssulaedProms
L~asChamps, July 5.:-)L Thery, I
Treach champlainautowsobillut, wo
the tutwmtrnatm automob~le raceft~
the* J~alimes Garde flmntt cm, isl
beg reurth &" lest AGOpfagsm iul e
tn =i"ute* elapsedtine. I" reoelvf
asefeaw" OS thf OP

Cleaning & be

ladies sad Gomt's Clottg ease,
dyed and repaired. Goods eaSed for
and delivered.
P"Mae No. &1. a


(Contianued rom FirsNt Page)

Dr. Haydn brought the exercses to
a doe. The caket wasMs the bne
to the hearse, the member of the
f meral party reoetered their 0arn1aie
and the cortege asked up the hi to-
ward the seal resting P9Ae of the
dead secretary. The slope of the
ground from the chapel to thWe. smit
of the knoll on. which Mr. Urty is
burled is steep, and the horses spran
to their work with vigor, while the
gravul Sew froaa the surfaces of the
roadway as their hoots slipped and
scraped during the hort climb.
The Finalt Resti,P m
From the edge of the drive to lb0
lot in which Mr. Hay is tbrt a Is per-
haps one hundred feet and alog the
walk for this distance the ci~Jhy-.en
bore the casket between the lines
formed by the members of the cab-
nlet sand of the reception committee.
The immediate members of the family
gathered at the far side of the rave
opposite to the line of distinguished
morners. Ptoideat Booetaelt. stood
at the end of the line close to the open
grae. For half of Its depth the grave
had been lined with brick laid in
aemest, and the casket was slowly
leweredu while the trembling voice of
the ged pastor pronounced the words,
-Inth to earth, dust to dust, *ahes to
ahes." and then when the coaket was
laid where It will rest for all tme he
raised his voiee in prayer for the soul
that had departed and of comfort for
the bereaved who remain.
President Roosevelt stepped forward
to speak a few words to Mrs. Hay,
and then walked1 quietly to his car-
rlas, which bore him olrect to the
Pennsylvania depot. ,
The grave and the balance of the
Hay family lot were faty covered
with flowers. -
The Original,
Poley & Co, ChicIago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthiesa Im.
stations have similar sounding games.
Beware of them. The geui~e Viey'sy
Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the best remedy for coNas and
colds. W. A. DAlembngerte. drugglost
and apothecary 121 Palafx.

"If ff ansme 2@dbb *it a$ INShamsm Osag ffisrs so me&hti b
ty MA dtI me s=a t wt eiag that tM has ebes saMa
the ssmeehowW e asnute bsesiner at ym yaddg w"
by col e or wasse m wh1. emr ato take maLmo Msaler mee seeay
kwha is the M thmaa win a trout fisherman wh r
~with e smaller em. Tllt I doeM,
IN COLMULS WN. bat I know that w very dtfmnt style
Of ainag i anuneod. Tre b remaf
T lN i Ms no iuch thing 6 as "tibhIn.g" sanot
Fnr the hoe d tataMs Keyh- ashMg sand you keep a tight line
mel Keeyartah'b al away sad raie yewr rod as soon as you f l
down Bouth. ConMm ot i tle pluckc" of the Sah you wil be do-
letter about Poa -. g oaw whole duty, and It wMl be up
fr wasg rom v a~em ouf to the sto do the reLt. Tie i so

Sep The d to. e to b t trite e 'ob
dsoaamne the am Of omold kind o a I WMLt. s s as"a-IFeek a
cofelgwhh am jt an&to ame fet tht whe b m 4w t
-Rme o1ch m "sw e hucy --o tdwn aftor -kb AeryhiM .
that I could S et w! as. t*%Ian matime W e the-hsk movw Us
sbac was my l re$ .1 iOt It ooW barb wib very little aaSOs Sn IRoe
not get my Owk ea S t to di*s It up ppat at a ma ges, psevmle h be
for so time, amm4 a ton uer rty ta rs A. Brable t
tln my father .sd - t eise a Ima11 .
package of f f
"I had the -a W ,f Oef]Iuy m--- r.
save kt a fair 'ft n-oiosta'have "A* a he M on tsMAS New
a rich Slavor aM a healthy
wahelmme an ~4 To ___ No
y tabOse the ndB wm -g neatly "b e bn Wsme. Q =
Improves it. be mM, "an I wae ..m aft lM
-My heameth ug to a-ve as leave. In he dlcoae mro, a.s IwrN put
soe. am the dng aNmE thet cot Mg m ahW t -81 coat,' tMM
fee was o thae so Oob- help .ntlet 4S wo-_*-a hM Oa
tee had time f ltja. Ii t. f sgat ftae. lh e rPOiao
My nervious 0a re-m#ppeaue& wuersdi asa, ao 0f Iwl
Itevad tand lMthe WMM edr I s- m owha he at~d a" sut h-e

he r drv l rowVW. -- *-"., .

t 64be us t ,m. -yaou. S.am d- ;

bad Ow~~~~ --_ mM
mod Feto 'o

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m*ose. ~. a. | COSTLY DISHE8.
Dean Hole in his book, "Hea Memo v,, __
ries." tells an amusing story of how an, Mob"se M m G-a. "
o woms agotthe bett ber I happameht be I e I an's and
ma-In'an argument.. M viags ked me of Ow had an f it is
aem d was averrowded, aMep that pepl y at af gol plates.
e3 Vu s h bert neu. sdean A e r He smis and, tlag to a youneag
Nam.assbAe"BrdOe* meas after saer
vwibs "WONI a pew od woman who ON 9N
woo nslb muntodeath, thou he WOuMl Aand me Owyoungc smai return.
try hs Igst hereomment ibe-b ed I itt hlding thee
h ba m ta y oe terna psat. ve began y a pieces. They wre gracefully
g her that the d arli a ook e gold.An
to VnOni n any parueuiqaep'owm s fe 5ratkM ed Ok*e Io .l A
-- t-^hrkI t s pae ta ertn -th Ue looked I-- gold.
Snoie roud was s otp "What do yo think they are asked
ea sad a fooliah superstition. Them Wdinteasar.
he "-b40*t her, as a pen tal sIg 'liver it. i m siI
tolhe mse and asan examp to o@trs "Hold "e said and put Sthe rv-
topmWlthberbodytobebur Idlnthe IeIn m oL d .
Te pId woman thought c t. *"It's ," a. d I L"but-It cant be
a few ad wots and tuhem nweredt mild
,aIe nIm jandn then awed. "ba8f what It is," b a ssuaed me
"Well, ar, as you esem to thiak aso and t o the ~ m 'Ts four
another and teat it makes no difference in %ter 57 the effeepot, the
whe we be put, pedwaps yo elgle us "am piter sad the Mar bowl-are
a bead." elghteew carat gold, ae.L The price
s he vnt but bchauodd the n*W-Not only is It tree that a number of
met, bet he c n the e millkoasres In America own plates of
TE s lld or silver gilt (which latter
T CE-K ONF1 is eonsiere d good enough for Ruro-
St. -, ,, peas" loyalty but there are rich tam-
arsto *f gMAnat a iloas who boast sets at china costing
Wmat in the. most wMtteM* p. ft M to o000 a. dosen, so that
r ty asked an Ivry carver. f a single plate
"Me 14p of the tongue," ad oe lthess of several hundred dellars-

-"he unger utps, sai another.
"Wroeg; boh wrong. It 1s the small
patch of skin ever the chek boase tat
is our mst sensitive parW ad the
ft"tr carr, aa*d In sin'-g igogy
we always test our woftwothat path
at skin."
He took up a large ball on whih lhe
had been working.
"Here," he said. "Try this. Is it
The two visitors tossed the banl in
the air and declared it to be smoother
than sati n or cm.
"Now," said the carver, "test it with
yeor figer tips and your tongue."
These tests were made, and the ver-
diet was given, "still smooth."
*"New test It with your cheek bone."
The visitors in turn rubbed the Ivory
ball. delicately over their cheek bones,
awd uttered exclamations of amass-
"Sy Jove, it feels rough!" they said.
"be cheek bone must be sensitive."
"S ltlver' echoed the Ivory cutter.
"Why, the cheek bone Is the only part
eft u that can lay claim to any senal-
tvmss at aL."-Phladelplda Bulle-

To exriment with yoer health. If
you're "ck get-a bottle of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters at once and let It
make you strong and robust again.
It has beei doing this for ever 50


will restore the appetite, strengthen
the stomach and relieve Headache,
BloaetIng, Indlgestion, Oyspepila, CeA.
tiveass, Heartburn, Female Disorders
and Malaria. Don't fail to try It.





We always have a number et high-
guMe ,fittrnwn 1a B ock ad Uore
SAand youe the road
we 9 the best trum
*ik- f1t eay It wyhmert

4U M? *.T .- .*>' ^-'.^**-

For 2%*el W21 V* Weasths Whe
ie En WIshes Iehts.
Little haafw K spemd te first few
months of tbedr existence In baskets of
wickerwork provided at the tp with a
conical framework to close for the ba-
by to fal throughand yet giving the
ainant plenty of H .t and air.
Before commeuaing her work for the
day the Lapp mother places her child
In the basket and heags it on the limb
of some nearby tree, occupation being
found for the little we by stringing
toys upem a cord passe across the top
of the basket
Th provided, the ckl d spends the
entire day in the open and yet at the
same time Is guarded from the troubles
and dangers otf eutor child life In
other countries.
The basket ide earl-qsly parallels
the India Idea of strapping the pa-
poos l te a a arrykIg asm, but the
Lapp bab hse the adv~atags over Its
Indian fetlew I ftOat Xs libs are rn-
connedw ad a certaln un* t of Iabem
tr or nmow is atis15
The cid is carried from pe w ta
piece I the same ask thOwe card by
which It lsa attas ohe atMr being
slung ovr the sh sMtW

Adam Worth wa" o n of the few-
men who ever eluded the Pinkertons.
Worth stele millioos n both sides of
the Atlsa't, eluded the police for
years and died in power in London.
One of his famous exploits was the
stealing f the famous picture of the
Dueches of Devashbre, by Galnsbor-
ough, valued at $5O0 00. He carried
the picture in a faise bottom a
trunk for ears and finally gave It up
ftr some negotiateMs with the own-
rsr.--Leste's Moethly.

Se (wh Do you realy
we Ar me Just as much a when we
w*re est engaged? a (with convie-
sn)-YaTo4 lovey. e y single bit a
And at sie thme iMs converetl
tAsk plf they ad b"a engaged just
foume 'n eiu i.. innates and
vwanR049 mesBKBa"

"He certaoilaly sems It
a green old age."
"Why. he has aleeay,
Be's "-t ma --a -Mt
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v alue off sbliWpetA Ae mo@th aM the totals are as follows:
ort of Peasacol d rim the ~d July ........ ...... ..... ... 1o,
year *aing last Friday. &OWed b August ................... I4X
emag other any pWrou*n yer ia the September ................ 90,33
hutry of the port, sad W o ml-October .... ..4........ 1,866 96
ur.ly that the port s., lOwly but Novemabe .... ....... 1.141.1
t.eelr o- a. and htM t Its asip Decedber' ........'....,,. 125,86855
m are reasng ear. Jaary ................
Se tics compfle by the ct ebrunary ................. 71,748
oBlls show that d~rag'the year Marb .......... ........... 1,484,714
vesM of all .natnallts entered Ar ................. 1 :
and that 82 took out cr fios 3e6. May ....... .............. 1,464,7
T bere tro eandfortojnaport Jne ............... ..... 957,574
The number to enter ,fltea styise
ports was 124, while the niAer to 'tal ................... 15,2965,3T
take out clearance papers -lfregated
According to the statistics there is WheYeRwta santla ve
* differ ceof nearly a million dollars th a1 easy to take ana ertain to act,
euse oChmbein' Stomach and Liver
bestw ntheu in present- f2"0 year m&d tablets. For ml byall dn uggit.
that of the one previous. Cargoes
shipped to foreign ports ditiHg 1904
amo"nteO to something over fitteeu BAND CONCERT, DANCNG ANO
The Milpmdeta, the valte for each TH4LUMDAY NIGHT, JWLY 6.
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Friday, July 7, 1905


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loe Bd New Ores
.... Under Auspices of

Cotton Screwmn, No.2,
of Pensacola.

Special train will leave union
station at 11:10 p. m.
Returning, train will leave New Or-
leans July 17, at 7:30 p. m.
To Mobile and Return.......... $1.50
To Neow Orleans and Return.... 94.00
.Special provisions will be made for
white passengers.
A refreshment car will be attached.
A. M. Johnson, I. H. INely, Simon
Aaron Prather, Manager.




can be chartered by the hour, day or
week. Terms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Ute-
sils furnlashed If desired,
Trips to Lue Saving Station today
at 10 a. m. and 2:30 p. ..

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stal balance Leave City for Lle.3vTog ^ata
4:00. -
SSStar. -,Leave lte-Saving Stat for lOkitr ,
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e lng l ad t hir Ires.r Or -- -" 1. y 1010618, I:410
S bko pI so et g^'e: S r y Ra JTa a
.; of -a .. .. f eace *l W tSa sC ead u.s'tif l svtia.er ter Mooeban ar *" t. **mu m "Relft .S A:. y.) 1Us
O = ICTM IENT OFT J. e 1 June 1 ,4,401 I .W o Ue l aen thetmb p e v .... ...... 4: .... r ( t'r h rS?
E ;P.eft-e L 2 lc O .. 4. "0" -. "
of" TR, 4',._ .t a4Jt 5 w eltG ber- en1744rsa'Ilk t n. b 0.2M *.. .8:p** :... -

Barin -g t of the packed the am gg t t rs a eb
t e s d hes ** Jt le s 4,7 ... holeve that the assue gag r mth l ave *bI s Whet f(al" -Leveer's irn e l

,uSlem t anc r t M TTel i W the.r ju- ie l. J ... t he so ck an the -tg thit m t hse Wtye t b p i t s a 4 m .
ia s Ay poth t hee at e co ls:et6 j.J m* 6 wimll o so Sv eyawA 210 04ich
0 s uthe gultf therpackers thaey aIt+t...h1se al0'ef theubemsateI. Ias* ow say-an M-F M5:O
. .. ...2. ..4.... 4,; t. -7. .t
-.e. -q4pis- -_.... .- tve pwer o q In yes.w h, aIw opositvey a MA.u ...:.

lef t Ate ..w+ s.a. ewature.a.dbg e Jne.7-o Me power oftIn
a 4019better rtoffforhe nip,=
V upon the Mattera fl : am

"M dete ft some"" in s ft ~ofb~ OI toId"W as teto lot to e-

U6 Jor

ibe mmt i M.- Z. su esuepMatWe"ormo"trib"i
low- a t S te" aidtn Now as a p tohe5S

-- ***** .1-.exc.lt....n,, ,ag sport ------ da l--v-- o ,p.s-1

-- R -- f" tas th e peted ttel t --t h-. .WelW fish. Last Moday "ght P
,These asures a Wrewl.b "M per le ato 7 C. L. *1gr, with essr3 _4e
In In th e_ st.a e'| austa et g.hbelst. ~d- Theo. Tr.av and Fred P r, e m .
L m k OiLY PiA SlfmPM UU W W CH TAIL-M mea as shown the aere. to .a-. rked lh a launch with a good, Pbak Zdltjr.
ScUI.ATnM S*TAUBt CAN Uft3f ternal revena e ne pts row oat in tow to try for some I .
S. ,These are v k it et gures, river mullet and trout. Arrivag at T. .McG..i. .*,-J.B
-m-.r" ntho ey are t*h e.o tfet.a thl tIO the per plce, the lnch was "memro..sw. m-To
__ ______,---,__M_____h__bnt o_ te ooe ht m el ear c ho. re. e .p.rt, be- m,ook .- c. W. Leaamr.- -
4 rw sat by eeryart t- ea. selves to the rorioat. Harper took J. B. eaU *s
Marion -rt, te mw e, a estece e sek asA theeree f railway M rtho t a bl tiro, oand suead. Ageouts of Banks, B 4 ta Onhra Igsh Mle t oo. .
--. and steamer trathe-ea trave, ed spoarta theca, but -ui- p r ea m l *
P-oomLta. 6f.DA.. TiDAY. J ,TLY h 1905. tdhe eraestIo new or bst- ws his enthusiasm sad excltemeat
Si -d i, ho d I roe. g. the a. that he followed the spear overboard. -. --M
PG cW AWAYaiT nr i Aonolsd a o ns eap ai he bsk od the paubI Te water waa not deep, howovero iad iB
Wbem yu lve she y fer pe to the greed o. the allied compeanes. frateral orders In membership, the pound beat. Then the big fat oul- M. H. KNOWLS, Presidet. W. K. ET* Jr.- C
inmsrj, *^fi~ kA~r .l^ p**i^ i B producer must se'i* else ll t cat -- .* .t, u, n _wat_ 1St.bogan t oin play d_ a bg catch o f rso et aW.L 5. *
Sr1 taheer r Ie, sp ba.... .. .. .S.a theB.- and throut .xoe he areri a gata
k-ltaBle pa1e. He s *ft t$%f0'0 phehew hasp osuPorterelau concot hop ee too

=anm for o p a smblne t o ss Gareld the cesu gve us es t 10,0 law wha is a tt emorns rea a .i:
notuts 64 O te attt etr f Tee e td a 1pryt 1 t the as it p t omhet out spea. ,

MgovrmenNt th ow aoaum by o the 3S_5 t ae P. of Tstes trhe i4te . .m., hes e h5me 1 9oth e ng ha et oe.& -
ugilishars bro ughtalot trob e l uh d It t and the numer s and b s fie ooa b a an ahigt ewst.bla
.dhmlf. st.e hae tmer tew --. Th ctastnta. ..... a beinaci ee e n ram y ,: E -

deat Radey, of Yale.I i ettt a hs e of detective wiho could letwt the in taterna in99 ie and e re. t ae to say that not a 5 sble oore
GOIN G- .surea se i nt h eh amn abso uAepulc w ate i I n that r a. ent d esp, h, ,e.a ,,,,
D0An cHill alo a thad ar ssS a dth pIs arba an a>t. ecse eall l.C p etto at ot endsu hupA C i.

-o.e. n ccitedalida the trshoot.sed. eeme thfewmorkW hUe sac b sei k-ap o iadthe in -
e ntaleie x.rom the 'pceo e wM ist t e r tha lf hand e bentln we a lsot alat e oikt ethart paono Herld s- -. a "

vIoe tad better thad s that th he wrta he tyht Pt be rid of the mlnldst buey t ain te s ha i-bd .e eu teTou b .oiny" i en y epetylan. W n i Aa V.
itrae aoa oor J t edhtthe r crehe inside the v er nt an i t&ade tOur e s6 *-- i here a- te let,. be gan to fOl atdeae rce tc. om u .
oeda t. o .nt y are tur r l hyas b l re s sth e an Roberoct W, wit e and ounces h isr Ar W. X
e xcmanern l gte t hat 16S oct r ere NO bQee tae, sN oshe w idsimenia thnt eorl al i oaeh i nUM L

e p presetrrima of th i treamm ese aWth ingre pa.st et y the "arefand- iheome wetm owrn ah re li ing '" A mPrid

ently that coat at whitewa ny to h. ov rnen se o of our .leete o- t ba e sadap.hli ife. He 1s one et the most brit-
S t .a t a o ertfe rLoow ra A sh, br ait sa o the readers maereiny nohich t asdop al tionatn' a greater biant mttrneys a thie state and -- --
aeatln r asara teeIo f tha e puo otMof w oe rrao maf ou ste nm an C umes mi.ta .be lMes wi t dome a r e nottivei omi ad edi etlo n e to-- .. To .

Upo hime lf. on tae xep ctherelifee e rauery ste te sm nd of mnny a,. o",us o .mparo. er asn ial. reaeof ti doc progeanRonl end soe le of News. I Ue m| ;.. T wi f ,
the. weew t .. thel a. 'ainthe p arpsi tien eietetle ero t de e al t less. Is ia s tno s tha th t he will a omrte -- a th r* a
ef mwrknoton .the m UeL preservatioeA of t h trest dhasa- of c tme mmle.r re r bu in se go elt aderep wcin orl et law t fli er, ... mp '
tD...o.e.l thado r the inicnte nts efreirsatin ranandoan r .is Iohdead 1. e ha be s e te. one of the ino res- b-- -1he
hA rest repde ntabHemm6 of te r o ny ta t rss o A sratomass wP y not thre at se e agte tor s gowted h and a ot eoreition the uto e pad laCe. Es u

e vdentl e "prote fore _l ohe psde, set them on o...... ..e. o the stongest in the stata The e terl I
tnd line ed pron th tupetes n f yat mahd If troawy r .-h -ll k0 to
the lc hed from the deot e l epd l thoroughly yarnod6 daend, h4s beOen lofa te Tltt its M a Ts. T I s amplaer atel &@d.e us A a A

onmer f r Maloo a, of the Isha l -N.oenru ot wthe r mowe the f -T" H : ____-- TKy .aI. n- e
a om s eet report o ss-ne wl drip for hours. h Maatetrhrs an tt..i "Isn't a bt strn.e thwat ailer hflf "h'e -ms e 't--s .It.Im t i g-

toh lobedie p to Ayant fo the nethees Ite oppones aittle trugh inen wion tto chraOurr *ae aog"tin rcaitoaea- th A^ M Tlvt. BX alii
J gntemsan.e c Uat t Nere tre tf etyr- _en s_ a7aIthsbe rs tIe dioto.nn ..-u.. "d dHnRo wadt .Ae n Dave. uc a-s .;his

ta or el Baes a e 6 doc tor hp. Talk mans we ,o makingWm pe e h f t a au jauy
gIdertns mon the employees of the a-u N Oe eloudbest preso aited by the bleWf ws otIn thm l m M' "What did Jeersin Davis advocate an THF PBOPL/F BAtK O P~PNAuaLte foV
el Cofssio. aommber off thehorae abd Mr et thdadenlyd os upeo arthl d in tsOrtaeto iW t o paio ears a nd wre res o n ated hi distro tlt

ia. n ae les so th sa te pat t d t o ethe re erir s only a dan- ral l ths atE hte I I r e A oT passed. vH .-th.eer.nh. whit m. ercore. W'
Th eombon n has senilthe tthatg trea t Withinthe Past Ave a yea rshtbe apoi alke U Ahis b g and bla ainrodo 1K. 0BAe.Vt As----- 1
a l othnentl rai loads are rea- By tre M o thill s imple device yiout h ompma the fteae ld w ityw Wat," wc m te sa wwer-"a Fork that A imo st u
enlth o thedet oa t w maite wth aoe ma to t he abtresteo war att estha" of, the bIsinass aaa ,lmo -. e on l fe.r as te crs D e st Wart he it f D . D
duacstas atY Of e Y ale. 1-9 90twi ue of esst of eIese ng th forestawg-beIn an d ter9a l9 n are snter ta a oate th e trato and aa teat- il co
horB cpn ot e Unde r anker Good ions at may f thoe reaudd ay e not. tteo a llh epeo msn e ratrci s a M tingo a l re t y ; 1 f ?

desithe admb alstraton hao s h ptlac heotSuav c ntid water ant d not the mou~ assets. Nobenemer le.ulned iTte g n atand es a w eticom a defenlN It Pwas .u g
*rAhit cn omiod thoe r tnblnty, crtauint of theI vd dropenths whleh eo either Morband tf to. DvBs, r ola know who f n advoc te e

I-"to i.. o-. e b.,-e t.o railroadi i. o m a b Dan- at wIay, bto ba t let gi tow er rhnrough hur.lw.ence.. and i -, e eaw
v. m. ye --.pae t- --, epam Us6bmate ally adowd he buldn of the
."se---- b .ate n wit s tandin that the 4,heal o ae, anythsho g w of the uttIest Iud eta th e wtltl a1W so
te fatl thathe aIn thn eldni ut, line upe tuetapryle boheoto'moude teped palf c.o. t.e:c1r

s ed of the tradition he r o bottle ethem- rm fe the natilonam av r s ufi- wthien h"DIasl wIn e, mra of l en wt obs __ O Os o 0__A Uftyotff. m a A

hre bl bn hoT the ph o a l. pn tee tstts a e e o nrtes.haseb sem ao attoW as*&--Mr..n...h tppaoe,..e o f theh eonr ei i -m i
avesf t of ohagter han y tha t. beap etsoenl fr et sinh tea rt mk wila at "be Adthitha teosba the grreaetnt |ew m..p -e of th o |.. tew r i Lf DW Y
ha ew pec aesed so thin or r9 ^ -resen --u--y d en udedote I crea s ouInidethIe thr raelim- yn aedis t ct ve place fobr him- _"__ _ i n realit
Apew Jrtemanes oetlietursningfoemwi000ca t e ,th the ewi pbl a-t--cet.N Trthelers noAanw ad *r ie gk ..: Su Rbr D anuc

forl laocbyig at A landi the ine- tes, thelop po ite trotughlined-twi.trota rce n-ha self, as a so pral^ -- I tgemth
,eats o. the bo..l l b e Big grte d gs rm t e rent t he e Tie combi nat on tb oem.aItentiinr t i..:i T 7: maha e gy
eisty neer d o thetXISnd e ly we breNoi ol ontai siN ttab e thete on em. m0m okeree ohfote stronges I nr the steof law.t The '.: a &

ba ed sneio v the pon ua ssor i aus uew an o,000,000 c t r oUtip po r 'r e on- home his d eyes. -Coalnonaie sF Ct o t .. t l h r f Mt : . | .. al. .s1
fly.N s .i dat . "e

a sae ,P I nser e vaio e nt e port ol disubuwhee tea ms a dy te. t and . ... ..nwbeomeaww ,.-. .aVi-- .. F-- w --

.., .. .. t.|7,Ioa otwitwsh00.. IN o a Tbiserva oforb0n 1 *Beg "* ymySlHIofms
a rass -lny onsi will for hours. w Manufaaturers Reohd. nof aI bT itstange that ersonalfty*' K. 3O). K
eralth anditeom r for e ontonnl ned te pa itl of our stam ad o l u s a chtbentur a nd wiagte-houl cc e a onmeo the JT SoS.: .. .:**
Jun-er o state there aroesso t wnty fcld mountain0 a oeSdtenuedofmayd do what e feouon Das avatigorousProfe'sonalad social i. e .o.f.. .. 0. 4T e 3 S
Me. fact he wasnthedirectlert thois mhine Into a fo^ depnd growesth oe?"dsad a by ralra ma iso"le. at Is Shrtegdera t.. .. that he wl & W.-taA"5Spr

that the 1 CCa oud s thc barre n lpe tih @cl p oa b pativesat thIPS eisiagst whicr any hi t building a* ro> to Key ......ec i ty.,wh o al. Alumu

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Sl ERRING TON the quality and er
13 genius were deep, generous and wide,
Elizabeth Barrett Browning cannot be
Sk Wn inm YTm* j IInBM hem r d to f i o m tk described, if language is to be ued ae-
S.urately, as occupying a place among
fi *Ub s h r Jirt-ri- *IB~s 10at1- the poets Justly designated great
...." .. w In no tongue hitherto has Ay female
ont T WIO writer attained to that sqMI n pl-
--an, and were this the ap mo-
S ._ --___ K----- ,--. __. ... -. ,,-. ,.. meant. wic it Is not, it w im peiaps
Th i l a z .OOf 1010111 000_R.-. look around MOM Ib" S h a e t W b. Wt a p pins "k N n a.
7 of I M. HerringtoL, who was I did I saw f bat fle idng down the .toF O M 10explainwh. m-i(wrtomn
-wned on the !burth C July at river and Me wa nowkm to be ae. f tliey ever to dso.Ntat wIke
i.rv, Pass. we;- Intered yeterda never came up. I. had nothing male writ m Ia ee".t M f
.' ,rnoon. the services betag conduct- except my uars l.il MI -not feTht .rank Or wellsta. But1 is'es
at the family home near Brent sta- the bottom, as the watbr was eight or is one thing and poetry qu-te another,
on. A large number or trends and tea feet deep. & puBed.down to the and there Is a chasm bee them;.
.;a ives of t he deceased wefI present o ce, got fe l as ai d went back. nor does the el mw-etanet o i'ea bbe*
a- the rvice About the time we got back to the Ing In this age more popular an po0-
Statement of Eye Wiagl. raft. the ta mO that rred the picnick- etry affect in any degree Un nierent
Million Clop-on. a friend of youna ers to Florida town came to the land- and immutable diference,. -Elisabth
HIerrington. and who was an eye wit- Ing. -' Bf1yt Browning was, "AiemI de I"
nos.s to the drowning. yesterday Pave "The la --e of m f told theme notw, t tudlngl swastl. y and ii-
.he following statement to The Jour- about the *etideatand tatly a boat; most excluive-y a lyrica peet. It
A a.regarding t. pulled by e of the- e east river men' would be easy to add almost Idelafte.
-A party of eight of qs went to Faly In the 7 Mi 0 eg ~ te point. to ,,o o, her be ono
a-- to spend the Fourth and Ash. They bro push poles and some ly to Illustra. ofer beg at
.ren, was. not alone a minute during drags. Tey agg0ed Sor some time t, o t
.h whole day. a andat t 184 tlhey teach in so-ng" t e o tht
Ir the afternoon he and I went up in the same t wh re t- eat down.l greater poets who pwass Ona .
*h, river to the point above Ferry Begene weant ra tMout 4:10 in the experience but end by getmtin
I' It was less than a mile above afternoon a a Me boao was recovered ILt-Alfred Austin at Uymeflag of at
4ofce I was fishing and he was about :. Bust of Mrs. Browning.
"-wing his cast net We were not "The aM did evertAins to restore
distance of a raft of timber apart. beim when -he was takfm up, but in HebaMAtesa's Cbssetr.
v--n he threw the net the last time ain. They cared te body down Rubinstein probably traveled more
I va'z baiting my hook and did not to the OBeCan 0d aooft ed the work iban any other virtuosf. tI big time

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C-, time to buy another.
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USh about t 0 t ,when Dr-. he made asay fortunes ad H thm
t_ 2 V ba. ie'phoneedarrive away to the poor In RM dI.
"Sr t2s "ar a famine which raged amoma.g sell
an p a Sat teim an ar, u gslan peasnts he ourneyel t .Vie-a,
--e P-" -... .. t .. "Un man ar- nd St. Ow n t T
rived a few iuasn bMetire the doctor. Moscow and t. Peterbl p.ay
"Dr. Piepeat weat.. once to the charity. The price of semaf we a-
'phone and tried to a the coroner. heard of figures, but eveuy s a ft.
He oouldn't be oind~ We stayed at the money went to the start farm-
FPery Pass aBttt e ftoeeoek, then s. It is said tat tm t-I * r of
Dr. Pierpeat i&la it was useless to twenty.eight years the sam whIch he
wait ager tat-the tedy could thus disposed of amounted tfo
be taken am d he would be-
come rep l s W ISis.
Wan h oe twasdy walfand one arm e e see." said the great-an.
and omeseK was m of his 151d I say anything about thae ia
shoes." ,4t the position"
s.o.. "I don't see anything," alt Ihe Me-
retary. glancing over his notq
POOLE' FAM S EAT. "H'm!" murmured the -lt e.e
S" meant to work that phlnse 4ift --
a sen* ** how."
-m thmm masr.

poole.the liftdaaS mmeAs per-
ha 'FeitteIdexn"was
known a u~&yfor hig
Iwmm gnp kM p@",if ved far
two tyyew lim a Uweatthe Gouth
614 Boston.Sa clogesw
doe -amd0"NM I and the
thirda ealmd -o $st edl~tim.

and tothe

4W -amuld Put
a earn&4r or r a

t~dad 4111W-Sa leftegiosa.
or lay-

Bob$ 6 ~ea pag

memof ~si

ma a
pup. Ot


Many a Pensola Citlmiw fi t
With a back coastatly t
With distresSIaM urmaqr l
Dly existence is but at a
No need to keep p.-
Doaa's KId3 PIU Pill
Plisa. cola, o1 000
S., says: Mrs Colli s
ea about Do
pills sad procure S ft
Kahn's drug store, ?4
screw baek.ShW

5mm as4I
Ow- N S

rIF~ro rAM iig

*treason failed to do. History tells us
that Greece fell because corruption had
weakened her national life. By the
same insidious influence crumbled the
proud civilization at Rome. Money
debauched Rome until Jugurtha, after
he had bought the palace, declared
that for money enough he could buy
the empire.
It is said that where famine and
pestience destroy one country com-
mercialism has destroyed a score. The
pot was prophetic when he wrote:
4m* fares the land, to hastening
Ills a prey when wealth accumulates
and men decay.*
My countrymen, Ift we stay the ele-
tts of peril and destruction to our
r country,. let aM take the Declara-
Z a .of deaidence as a light to our
ept qad a lamp toAour atiamal path-
way. letus under aegis of or coun-
try's sag re. iiate ourselves to
mission of the great government
by Jeffersea and his ecompat-
&iAu Let s amary the flag Into the
M at d eara of the pnope and
5 tet=m what it stands for. L the
a of the .ong and the otdjrad In
S tars m d stripes the siosers orin-
i.ad th enatem's mlm Ta. Te
[ rtaaa- for the suprwa Cy of the

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Oftlr1ETE JUDQ36.

a-a |o iree wplsid.
wB r imshe a business of
ft kNrtx a wia br about
tar etattrs from
"V,.. --- - -'sa N6wb 's 'Her-
o ,e, it$*,- -, my hair trom
4t, o bads -a dresasg it has

Art A. TrOtraw.
^^ lo~fa~iPorlad. Ore"
'^UdIt~aeahIa-lkatle ci 'Herpiolde
. t fH l lft$i outk and
freefrom dan-

~Uint lt~
orkn I

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4[. _



The address delivered by Elm. W.
8I. Sheppard at aay View Park on
Jult 4th has been widely' mmeated
upon and complimented by all who
hear it, as one of the most able and
el oqent efforts ever h&r In t hi
The report of the speech In this pa-
per yesterday morning was, however.
so badly mixed that It bore little re-
seblaance to the address delivered by
MW. Sheppard and for that reason, ThI
rJotmal republishes it this morning in
what k hopes is a more correct form.
Mr. Sheppard spoke as follows:
Mr. Shepparde Addre e.
I am delighted to be present with
you to witness them beautiful exer-
ciens and to lend my encouragement to
what I am told is a modern departure
for Pensacola, that of celebrating after
this manner the natal day of the re-
public. No morq appropriate ocea-
slon could have been selected for the
formal opening of this lovely park as
a place of amusement 4nd recreation
for all our people. 'The public spirited
gentlemen who inagurated this public
benefit deserve the gratitude of every-
body. Their names must go down in
the history of Pensacola as public
benefactors. I predict it is to become
nl future years the pride of the citty.
Public parks are modern necessities
and bespeak for communities a far
sightedness and generslity that is
truly commendable. It shows a doe
votion for the public welfare in
this day of money worship and money
gettlag and sordid selishness that is
as Impressive as it is refreshing. It
demonstrates that money-getting is not
all there is in life worth attainment.
We draw another lesson and inspira-
tion from these ceremonies not with-
out beneficial results. The flag rais-
ing excites a new admiration for the
Institutions of this government by the
people and for the people and rekindles
the fires of liberty in the hearts of
men and women. -By such incidents
we renew our devotion and loyalty
to the great truths enunciated in the
Deelaratio. It leads us to a Just ap-
priepiation of the tate3manshlp and
patriotism of the authors of the Dec-
laration of Independence.
Whink of the maganimity contained
In tt declaratoa of rights which
Je.rson said were self-evident: ite
liberty pd the pursuit of happiness,
which means, by ftlenda, a "square
deal for all'of uas,'a equal opportunity
to earn a livelihood; an equal tehace
to achieve success or a competency in
t his world by honest effort and Indus-
try. This is one-of the inalienable rights
which behooves the average American
elttabn right at this time to burnish up
a little. The spirit of commercialism
rampant to-day is not too considerate
of the doctrines of Jeterson Ar too
liberal in Its interpretation of the
rights of the people. The Imperial
march of Industrfalis is ruthless in
its sweep after mammon, multiplying
monopolies of every production, creat-
lag heartless trusts which usurp the
reo-mrces of the people and control
the supply and demand in the neces-
sities of the people. Is it not time to
pause and ask ourselves the question,
whether our republic is to continue
free and independent?
Will our free institutions, the pro-
duct of the government founded by
the Revolutionary Patriots, survive the
ianpending strain of brutal selfishness,
dent greed and arrogant corruption?
The trend of events is calculated to
disturb the peace of patriots. The
present centralization of wealth with
Its attendant debauchery la a menace
to our beloved country. A mare's
wealth is the measure of his civic im-
portance and social degree. The cun-
try stands aghast at the recent disclos.-
ures of graft and dishonesty in the
administration of private and public
We are told that the Maltan guide
who betrayed the Greeks at Thermo-
pylae did not destroy hhi country. It
remained for the gold of Philip of
Macedon to accomplish that which


Phone 109. Druggist and Apotheeary, 121 S. Patebf.


P O.Da 41L2
Tdephone 399.

A kA't t K Mas Park puts
SulT ,of ft r ta race tr
TIl lMr horsn wthik are to bi
Ibr--npr. ey la the two match ra
to o held a Pfriday, are beig woe
.o.:6 Wy dy :and are song a
It- .Newtl- the Montgomery ti
or i 0a."es Grey John arrive
tow ,a Tw% tay, and In addition
haftdn the crey will look after
ltRIN of RBle Ribbon In her
wt Martha WilUkes. Mr. Ne
11 ll With bk a practical hc
sbO .and Blue Ribbon's shoes 1
beea thoruhly overhauled and
Fred's *1a14 I. the local mare
come u aer thq wire a good wianer
4L bnaof music has been engai
for Uie o6alO' and some very
racing can be looked for to-mwo
Chdren Not Expected to Live h
0Om Hour to' Aother, but Cures
Chambertlan'e Colie, Chdaera
Dlarwhea koemdy.
Rath, the little daughter of K
De*ey, of A lwtl. Va., wasa
oualy i lof c lra Ifantum last
met. "We Savi her up and did
expect her to live from one hou
another," he eays. "I happened
think of Chamberlain's Colic, Chc
and Diarrhbe4-Remedy and got a
tie of it trm the store. In five h
I saw a change' for the better.
kept on giving :it and before she
taken the half o one small bottle
was well." This remedy Is for
by all druggists.
We have for sale interest of
helos of Joseph Corrigan, deceased.
six (6) acres #f laud in the Do
guen Tract an" lso tin lot six (6) f
tional Section twelve (12), town
(2) South, range rty (80) w
Blount a lount 2SJuneoa,


-*via"a mtthe Wea vmem.
Ate hetooi utad to last a mO
Thq -ae e according
Bowel% bletmatr of Pbra e and
ble, s that it aMst .e Spent away t
hioae erw t t he happy pair i
get bm aeea nted without
Ingi v 0,w of the tiosity of relat
a"4 gld t q It c alled from
haw e andrt ermat. of dr
lag ipnl'eW." wih is a mixtur
behgmand water, ft thirty days a
maftae. Ifydre~al, fermented,
- eNa-Oc Alesa to make a
Itorat In a Or order, so th
hineynoon reaN y wa a debauch. A
Ia, t, Hu. nsdulged so freely at
wAddngoat hbe4ed6

O ofe the -ost erlous orders gi
in he royal avy ISto "All hands bi
faces," a supply ot pigment for
palipoe bet carried by each b
a Wbep. a Shn t surprise s late
ed It is not anly ta vessels that
made.as littlW. ristWm possible. n
s facee of the men *nast be blacI
ed, for when Wpwuail night gin
are used the oe*f of a white l
Sfr ore palpable than any a
am at a ope. Loadon 'I

Toor Mrs. Do Oldet Her eyes
afiiag so fat steIg of very W
a- in society.
"*h he Ia in great demand."
*"All le glwas want her ehaperi
.-4klleage se.ar

$4pgg-Now, if yes were In my si
what do you think you would do in
3atter? xaninlng then
WA I ertoly tknk I abould get

3y idollxrWust la the educe
of 4be cli beainge huudredloM
trMs to th.-p* at the people Ia
aW~e* aul ade-state-Atlanta (

faith ewVtdhe looks upward,
teagM Magga9 Statin above hi
4,*Bf..: -

ship -


Sland F# Cmaey.
OMce-Corn s Chase and Tarragoaa.Phe .

John Masey.

Jackson Brandon.

T. D. AdaM.

Pensacola Electrical Company
Cor. Intendeaula a4 Bell nPhom
Bayle fil a 570.
No Job to big or mall for s. We do work aay. part of the
city and also outside te city.
.. . A- v- , ,

Deae Ipe Women.

"Never kiss and tell" sla, I believe,
an "unwritten law of chivalry." This
law, so I understand, Coward Adam
does sometimes manage to obey, albeit
reluctantly. because be would like to
tell--he would very mtuch like to tell-
If-if the story of the kis did not In-
volve himself In the tagllng But at
this juncture "the unwritten laws of
chivalry" step Inpand be.is saved. And
chivalry is the tree up which he climbs,
chattering to himself the usual formu-
la, "The woman whom thou gavest to
be with me," etc. Alas, poor woman!
She has heard htm saying this ever
since she in an unselfls desire to share
her food with him gave him the for-
bidden apple. No doubt abe offered
him its rosieet and ripest adet She al-
ways does-at Not afterward!
As soon as be. tura traltsr and runs
up a tree she takee to pelting him,
metaphorically -eeaknM wth coconea-
nuts. This is quite natural rwer part.
She had thought bhim a man--4ad when
he suddenly hbages into a moAtey she
doesn't undertand It. To thia ease
may possibly t attributed e of the
ructions whib occstoollty jar the
harmonious estate of matrimony.-
From MarIe Coget's & "ree Opinions."
Tbe sale- ow Weamewk.
The battle of a week was the great
conflict at Tours, to which Charles
Martel overthrow Sarau a A. D.
782. The member of t-p laracen
army are varletoay estifatel at from
400,000 to 700O-0ad as the monkash
historians y at 1*000 were kiled
on the eL its seapted that these
figures are a gar ow. eOUS but it
Is certain that w6r l a Itory
bave been etlMr bly .r a deo

Uar aspect t f as de

Sover theit r qpi a a moan..n
against 5es(Ia th& sat u el
eaale dtea oin md Is> p4 ThMi
gives tem a 1 0ges
am, instead of aW ar a, aas i
the Nibe vaiu,h B .. wTfy t
0e"-u hor-' 1.< 4
flm *~M0 # n9,
An20 N 1

mewo. ther*into 3j
buubt bew ePO-

24 00w.
:..f All

,'Present Value"

suggests a future paymot
or obligation drawing in-
terest. The present value
of the Dividend-Endow-
ment Fund (deterred dirt
dends) of the


Life Insurance Co.,
of New York
(0E0. IDE, President
Is $1290,06, and its ultimate value
Is $1,2W0,0 plus compound Interets
plus vitality gains. A statement 'Es2M
ing each individual policyholder's
share in the annual increase of thin
fund Is

General Agoent f r Florika.
At. Genea Agent.



08s. Broimeahom boUdlag.ng ,
to Pensacola Bust eas Colleg
Prompt attton always ghvem
to business. PsasacolW, Fin.



u sRant Wells

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4~sc W~MAIM PA*K.
ANO 0,00.. RAM Ma aREx-
1. _______




At whole

He amut frst gxa* hsa
p~t t by tMt Nkt of
scene, t Kef*1ae
where *n W~at the
trouble is. So9 mMt e 40-
teridme' aa prscribe
presclselsy kind of
drumpB na to eIeat a
cure. lHe mat diret the
.- dose ant. leave no room
for doubt on taee part of'
the Patient or the dru-g
gist who einrounds the
prescriptio. .There Ils
duty end

V.(. .



terubD Bowel Tonic
sale by Mobile Drug Co., Mobile; Lewis A Co, PensaoeA.
t::suuW ui::aiuaWWH ME tS p W

-OMN w 14N -V




mho, km dIma tsh
*m taor btol. t d

'he has W dot .i
duty-mo mou.

If oalse Is to fame a
dlomse, it m ut be good

ti good enough. Yor daty
to youM alf to ysr
doctor ts, to go to the
very best drugist you
can find, without letting
dollar and distaneaWmd
In your w. In doing
your duty we have every
rmea to think you w l
come here with your pre
-crponl .

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b yet bem .Yiasl

Card Index

Iem Book Store

in S3oes con be found

re at all timale
ju received some
Cregadws in

We have


They are the very NEWEST
iffc* for street or evenings.
We hare a very dainty tle
with one large silk worked


widc silk ribbon,


in following

urnt Orang
Broken C Molate.
Pearl Grey,
Bottled Greene
India Red.


All Sizes and Widths,


Fed Furfhmsn fur Fs.

* hsa Nimb St., Numida


17 9-105

Meal of the State's Educatieo-I Sy




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-dTat sWtaa aidm soni nga
Won rm o* ,-
Dan a ly Sealtese st ea
&lMy trials an the bay last evendog t* yW-. ,
W bowr vi their atractive guestD y *w er -2- ChW.

tby tr Oirles M. O.tl-onii k a an 5nSa mm tlarWoAe 4 tNA
Mrs. H r L c Ooveiston. In. left Wedmesrd ueo p
They left the iefty at 5 o'lock on the reaiMader of thL 07" i
the steamer Coaloble and after a fttor "
pleasant erase about the bay landed
at the Itie savnt Mation, spendia Miss Mary Chandl 4 p. Nr'
some time on the bech. During the riwed Sunday ads'a Is th g it l li
evening delightful W reshments were Ulle Taylor at the ald t IaI to
served aboard and thy reached thi the great pleasure ot. aby ImsA-
city soon after ten o'clock on the 1e cola friends.
turn after a charming experience. "
Besides the young hostesses Mi1 Mr. and Mrsa J. BWtorM auIe,
Dixie. and Miss Cornie Bass. their wo are spendg the aum.
honorees Miss Goldthwalte and MIf Old Mill Isnn are m et fr a 8
Huey, and the ehapperones Mesdam of Mr. ad J. U. i
Covington, among their guests ab = beautiful home oa tb filue.
were:. and .
Mi ssran Warren. Miss Mande Me- MIss Regiuna Dat, wbe hao been
ritt. Miss Leonora Bell Miss Mildrep at school in the convent it MlIle, i.
Kessler, Miss Alice Kessler, Mi visiting her aunt irl Abert ye at
Maude Crane (of Nw. York), Mi the Old MIll Inn.
bdaa Avery. Miss Mabel Green, Miss -
IDuire MoGaghey,t Miss -Myers ((N Mr. andlMr M. A. II Mi a iY*
Ft. McRae) MKiss ilna Covingtorn. will.eIie town the iet oa.ltbise.ik
Miss LOis CoTingt0o,. Miss Louise Co. to spend a minth VfIh Me. PiMO on
Ington. Ithe Bayhore in the turm to tow sir
Also, Mr. Pat *gan, Mr. Bob Quina. son Willie who Is nw 4pdiy awa-
Dr. Ernest Qoina, Mr. Will Qulns, Mr. lescing. -
Albert Avery, Mr. Barle Thornton, Mr.
Dudley Thoratoa. Mr. Bob Denham, Mrs. Qu na ain* who hfae
Mr. Anderson Leoaard, Mr. Jim Leon- ,spent eal weeks wi*r. ad irs!
ard, Mr. Will Fisher, M'. Clifford Titus T. W. hch at their lat er Ime- on
Mr. Burton and Mr. Wagner (of Mont. theayshore, will return al t own % ls
gomery,), Mr. Dudley Saunders, Mr. week.
Malcolm Yog, Mr. Frank Grant, Mr.
Frank Whiting, Mr. Bdb Capel, Mr. Mr. anh Mrs. W. S. N rn aend
John Gunn, Mr. Sherrill, Mr. Myers (of family of 12 at Gr*gOry street.
t. MoRse), Mr. George Brent, Mr. leave toay tor J e .
Charles Covlngton, *Mr. Terrell COT- they will remain til .t'.a :
ington, -Mr. Henry CoMrington, Mr.
Thomas Covington, Mr. W. T. Coving- Mr. Jack Powell a 'Mootgomey I
ton (of North-Carolina). Mr. 0. L spending I few dayo at thet 01d Mll
Bass Mr. T. ,. Gant, Mr. Oscar Bass.
Mr. Henry Bass.
And, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Dish- Mr. Wille Leonart Is bnome from
man, Mr. an,& Mrs. W. J. Lurton, Mr. school In MisisStIl to spend the
and Mrs. Walker Anderson, Mr. and vacation with his t Mrs.. J. F.
Mrs. C. W. Lamar, Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard. = b'
Avant, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Plerpont, Le r
Mr. C. M. Covington, Mr. H. U Coy- Mrs. l.en Call Lug. whose name
ington. to a household wordC thivathoit Flor-

Mrs. MHtthcock widow of the late
Commander Roswell D. Hitchcock, U.
S. Navy, was the principal entertainer
at the entertainment Thursday even-
ing. June 22, at the Brooklyn Navy
Yard, N. Y., given for the beneat 0f
the Navy Relief Society, to aid the
wlodws and orphans a oieers and
sailors. A sail loft waa ised for the
occasion, around which fags were
draped. "Tiles Out of School, by a
Woman Who as Uvet on a ManSof-
War," wa thl subject -of the lecture
given by Mas. Mitechodk. which com-
prisee many amusing incidents of per-
sonal experiences in different parts of
the world, and also several unpublish-
ed stories of well known naval officers.
Her stories were illustrated by sketch.
es made on the spot by the Roumanian
poster artist, Prince Paleologue. The
program, as arranged by Mrs. Hitch-
cock, comprised twenty-eight numbers,
each being a story oflife on the ocean
wave, or about Jack ashore, and the
thousand and one thrilling and humor-
ous episodes tht tall to the lot of such
worldwide wanderers as naval oicers.
The program was closed by the read-
ing of two stories by Mrs. Hitchoock,
that had been received' from Admiral
George Dewey. entledm "The Bravest
Deeds I Have Bver Known." The lec-
turer made a special request that none
of her stories be published. as she
wished to retain original rights over
them. Portraits of Admirals Dewey.
Coghlan and 8gsbee, painted espe-
cially by Prince Paleologue, were auc-
tioned off for the benefit of the fund
at the close of the entertainment. The
portrait of Admiral Coghlan was san
toned off for $W, the bidder being
Rodney B4rg of 66 West 9th street
Admiral Sigsbee was sold for $10.
while Ad~iral Dewey left the auction-
eer's hands for $185. Mrs. Hitchcock
announced that she was preparing a
lecture on "Wby the Wives of Officers
Should be #6rbtddeaI to Live on Board
Ship." Amseg those present were
General Fred. D. Grant, Captain Rog-
ers of the Kearsarge, Captain Hutch-
Ins of the Maine 150 of the crew also
being present, commanderr Knapp at
the Kentucky and a yachting party
from Mrs. Hiuan's yacht, DMithilL-
Army and Navy Register.

.W.' Mrs. H. G. DeAlIva and daughter
Pharacy Miss Irmnn leave toIlght for Portland.
O. reo, on a delightfully planned .Ip.
In Chicago they join Mrs. De"UIvaLs
S volumes. New two sisters and a brother from New
*ieghts, cean- York, and they go to Portland over the
an. New dor-- Canadian PactIc stopplW g en route at
asium, Y. St Paul and other points.
alldin. In Portland they wilt meet another
....... sister now on the Pacific returning
~INSTUCTO from a trip bend te word, and a
n be brother from Sa franctico and all
i. Address will be guests tf their eldest sister
S vPreVadem who reaiies I Pttiad.
N. C. After enjorg a great family r-
ulnon and the Lew9 and GClarke Bx-
position the Vsiteors wil return to6
gether, stoppnlaM t SfFgrancisco,
tIRNUN Los. M es s eleo. Grand N-
oyen and in t& Loos where thej sa-
rate, am Mrs. Datira aUmects to re-
" tUra la about six mekk
nMr. DeMlv.-wbe planed to so0will

on ba ereWSsB"Su i5SS
-I .qss- -.suk -tm o

da, had a slight strke r azbi
recently, and has beoo. ai~el to her
bed, 1r a few daya. Dr. Brevard ys
her condition, wh M etis, ft not at
all alarmin&-Tai4 &--0r. T.4AL
If activity is any Id4i4tle0S Uncle
Sam is stronger am t the VeneIbleage
of 129 years than he ever a bdi #
and his nephew and uees la Ibis-
section of his oBIatk aam to herO
had a rejuvenation of sectionn that
Is very battering to their ",menlew.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan eward -
cupyan$ their new smmer cota
Iayou Tehtr near r. a& Mra. Lee
. Miss Maude Redel and Miss ella
Dansby have retUrned trpm r
Either on account of Mi.as tdel
who has had' a reI ae ad Is quita ill
at her home on W Chi.e.
Miss Mary Hairl tat Detunlak
Springs is spending b4r vacaftoe in
this city with hWr slastr o 's line
Mr. Sam NewherW of Mebile spent
the Fourth in PeO.la Iat 'oft Mr.
T. a Browner.
Mr. Richard aunders* ia retei.
from St. Andrews Bay *Pwe bhe
a lively outing. It i -M tmat llhi


long time.

Waterma n'e

Automatic ii we!4Pa
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C. F th

a^Bmui the u rrto Laaa < poaon?
C gtlwy of New Twori. The hrs Ie *
.e we r to be fbre
,. .e / .ter "..os

SAISIOI*.4 O u-s,'m."of "c i. U or "'pe'" s a e #a. 1
money ref!U ed it-b ib uiou
to reeIoteAhe wdi e .se of Co of. I ay ftafla tbut it *- -btW -- L
Phple, ta.hLieTgo,.aallowK "-,h,-4e- orivi otd born d i OMW
Blaek-beads, or any other skin erap w ene to friendship. The new g- ;a
ton tn,h0.days-e re th kin cear, a r puts down Its origin to
ot, inathy and .restore* t d tine asty 'd i g and quotes the Im.l-fier- T
of youth. Thoutands testify to. the I ep f the ea'Ilest M Me -;.
Ss r Se ?Ilttl o r is:-. ?; ts se.. Quite recently. however, an 0
SC Aug. 9, 10 mdeigh ed of SUM earlier date has coeMO
with the eults' of Sat iola. Of ilrl-.t, I w ad solar decree
any preparations I hafe used, att-. -,comteat to deith* his body l
nola is the only one I JMVe found t..igt.ler and evertatifg stdy .t "
positively remove freckles and @ip overtake his ebromyss and contempora-
the complexion. One of my f !rfi.5 :rm," prom this It would seem eler
has used ,it and I very" etthuslast-c. tw. wa a sabt of uilat lty
Pice sc and $1.00 by. leading drug- detote students *at Oe
aio0alTollet Ce., Paris, Ten". Sold -s dVte dd c iet from the G sk k

----- that aatomwetd with time. THE
Iuooung P nz -rom the whrf h' e fe. ll 00 *---^ --.

shooting nAnh from the wharf he tell
overboard and last his Sgn. When he
got back on the what ha handed his
watch to a bystander, dived and .re-
covered his gun-"all la less time than
it takes to write it"-and now all
three "are good s new."
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reilly return-
ed Wednesday morning from Mont-
gomery and other,.pints and are tem-r
potarily at home with Mrs. Rely's
father Mr. J. E. Muller on Bast Jack-
"r ,-
Miss Laoma Fell has returned from
school in New Orleans to spend' the
vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Gib Fell.
Mis* Pet McMillan of Dothan, Ala.,
Is visiting the Misses Cook.
Miss Josephine Winter of Greenville,
Ala., is visiting Miss Berta Stearm.
Mr. qliford .T7t, who apcompailed
hi sister Miss ithleen thome, has
returned to the 0 Mill lIsn.
Mrt. Snile Hll and family are
camping at Magolia Bluff.
Mrs. J. 0. Jennings and family are
at their camp near the Bluff.
Mr. J. R. Hendrix has returned to
Birmingham aftdt a pleasant .twk
weeks vislt to s parents Mr. 'nd
Mrs. R. Hendqb1 lBst GOa4en.
Mr. J. C. Berri and .Mr. Geo6rge
Acker have returned to Seima, Ala.,
after. a pleasant visit. with.friends and
relates, including Mr.. Berry's broth-
erMr. A. D. Berry.. in this city.
Mrc A. IAschkoff eft yesterday moon
tor Cincinnati, Chicago and French
LAek Springs. -la son Mosart who
has been ill has.i recovered.
Mrs, Majette left Tuesday to spend
a few days in Atlanta, and on her re-
turn they -will eicapy their handsome

Any taterrnption while he was m -
ng. a speech always caused TmA ,
wrihste e-ridan considerable auoh-
aceB. Oil ee oceatmo the dramatist
Asho*ed bhi dspleamre oat a f
ftababe Ot *e bown of comnMn w"e
keit ytu. ot t ear hear" eevry
few tmreta. During k esrtala debate
IBwtaa to oeci m to dIerlbe a
'olWiical ,o gett ary who wihed to
play rgus, but had oply aseme eurogh
to act tfool. "Wbqew," eidaimed be
with gret empbasm-"whee shall we
Sad m ere foolish knave or a ae s
Mkaviha fool than be?'
"Hear, hear," was bouted by the
treublmimI member.
Wra tued and, thanking the
beeorabet ember for the prompt in-
formatWm, sat down aald a Mgamal
roar of laugter.
P.. -L.

new colenlal residence just
oa North Palafox between
Fulghum's .and, 'Mr. F. .

Mr. 8. I.

Miss Jessie Lee who has been quite
Ill is improving.
Miss Sale Sweeting returned home
Satur.y aoter a pleasant trip to Pew
sae Mobile and other poiteU-T-l-

Mr. O.1W. Bennett who has beea at
Panacea a rngs for the past week,
left yesterday for Pensacola.-Talla-
hassee Capital.
The Many friends of Mr. J. W. Dorr
of the intat National Bank, who has
been very ill, will be glad to learn that
he was said to be getting along very
nicely last evening.
Don't -ask your grocer for Lemon
and Vanilla Extracts, but ask him for
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. They
are pura

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Ison hvq blood and a generuj
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which even the simplest tollette M' no Stks er
collars, belt. and girdles, gloves I As% au Oeeelsu af oet tU
widely different, anld ohewit vJano of Othe itens taj' de.
tct and perp the inluated. W wa ad wi to,
use In viluaftkWO with whichlk "ft ease*
preval- at tha neck for all tetwbo grl daso
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dau ad 1larsessi, 2 DWaS Hara" Makat a tthebd YOUR REtWCAOIlW AM mli'PrD PaOiMn T
425-For two modern eoettas i North Ml - 1 L.at. mesa. Pair Platform-a it.* t .tesiL. T" TAXr AMoAD Af-iM W 0-V- iI PROMPT A
Very desirable ad a i ood l Jr Cow wlTw i,1 tr14 1. ik it7 toi t 2ia IssrY TB
ga ln cow with calf. Apply to HOW, i -&-i lt a 3cy.
s4750-Six tenement bee maldeG"e vanat *, eMit r $T.A0 M 4a 22 Davio St. jlyW House and barto ssEWelb 0111ot, 0S a Al 0 to.in-L YO C
each, near raiuoad shop on M-stA-T -ot t, tW11, W. GardW stOO SP.W '- W0.,St. TO ,to A.. "&IY0 R-..IR 0 --o
Sp20-For nine-room hoa eaO WR Wip I&0t. Us. a salemen" show cams&. Lil a stre.2 ....i.. S.w I YOU T ITK. SIf O Ti 1i~N iD O LMI R N
odera imnprovemena. and isideiaklte.-SV & Eiela WSigut. Phode islowe 1W001 K. T. rom OU ONY f1LN
l einy. .. ... 0 S. '_ **** ***.* we WmaE e spe.staty o. c eal eta Beats, o.estlea-,
i __ ^ of the p rettes OS tug e atiLeubrlty0 We es S ld s ce a. al matters pertaain" 1 to Reeal tate. We ""estai
S" ft SALA.-I m6 florida StateA Mt City *.................m..... ... sosery Wihd" solicit" hour patroage guarantee anttacto.
2 r Fire and Buarlar Prc6i Sate4 InOR RENT. o to t, a We thgoro h- r.
Vft* Iixturei of all deter&loua- OR ttpt lor a ta a 100 cottag an t rory teet; ood rtr
Desirable Lets 11dnof East I.cmlM an1dA co .)tjis-**PUW i o .w =*uBe
_ma..factred M Alpit Pe 17r e 2 a pe n ba t........ ........ 17W0 +*it7 ChoT Let o e
U K terms before barte l Sear-, .12 W. Main St................ 10.0le yt o money o for yt a. r1200.00 ry l d ha l Amittasne am wittw Ro
ritt logao, PeYaso am ft. NTS two more of land, ta tfe cty Ilf; sear Bitrio Car Ute.
Man &L.. BOWN. .. C.eL a.StmWNoc py. lose --- -
SowR s ea n --A17 eoot sdal 0o UttA your property with= usB isu.ai

tl i C8, t1l boe sM IS?

.. I A -h o M Ph. P.Wt. .d r

sap. Pae 470. J. C. PeU ith pri uege o light ho ekee,

w." Lo L Pres .UlP.iNse nCi t. .l .so s.Oard, Brla l-' ro m r e o. PEN.ACOLA ELECtR "

- ANT -I-dies, prmn en p__ WA.* * -s se .--a' s1. e e r Whar' ti.S a elm* pay 331 R 2311y AILWAY CO.
.ary opportunity for advclnmet nps. Mot W gahp. A y BeM f-S S, ., CAMPING PARTOl a a0 S I .--. -" ""nin .G' FOR RRENT.-Lower noor of desirable BaWou, BiByo, WroW
j.a.rg or commission. Call a ... o atM;r er Vi 1 g loYd ltt. -- l i. W O rS..a. .alent ocommodtirons on n' residene on North Hill, uneurnish. Nay Yard_ and Port
i,,ei to-day $ Unlyst* .Mf 8, Oi -. w. M, I ^ t a at Sannyiea hialt and p"altryura es t on." 1 ed Adde 444, care Journal. Brr.. .s at-
--EALE TAW LLd AND PAClO er m. Fieet bathta o Asis aAad as Tuntlhe c i, h le l u:1 n. I. Bnrancs 1
IT&D -Any girl in need oftKh f owt i 4L7. 7.J. Coy. Peb P. th privilege. Take mofl lgaah ek tth. Ad S 44B ra ar Barrac

11 r ip. help. advice, etc., w-I to* S. PSri s o mWhal ad put Sti Ism dre Miss Anna Sirlea Mary Bsther, ory a 'amI n - and wilh s.n t it e by -- tried pl. st s_4 tele_ he n M^I _9 '". la. .. .. . .. cupied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 V. 3:.0pm a_ Pt. Serr eas 4
N th' Maron of t't cm .wi Y-la ill cat. oM .r l an M h. IB. At t t p lp sret. Apply to R. M. Cary, m rI:Opm ar t. agcav 1
C -. O --.l-- .....0.. .l.t-- to- Yardratay-"00,2bath.roo. nd3 ar. e loet 0 .etALdAt 0Ba.
-F1F,' 1 Al1 t _, l ..i W i -o, a or a plyI lU l I331IL i t p".O'U ml B

CaT peh pmanent e X PATVe- pP n 933 I X sa1.asle msT* TiysOa RagdmnSNT-6-oom houe, 11 W. 7:00pm ar Pensacola f
cOU if hiI lOe Call 54*me76, 01 0 e U o u, ,M ten_ cIt oi.-,, _"-t ao mmdatlus on 4,g Jm I-w t do ti md residencelom rt Hil, i- Navy Y r a P-rt

TD rBP.-Te ,ercha Tf.Wr. -,--- lala t gu.a1.aRn, a t t BteeS sblo. Datis ysfc t Croantes. 1l Al modern ionfeien. *9: 01m.ar Pedsacola S
-_a_ Amerc.fan- c. r r ,R_.outayh_.on a.n. .a" oe t 2t A,. e T ge,,Cl9onth. D. Hae on. m Electric car will lear. Pea
S rop. te- A 7. gr inaten ea dt gnit-n.. . o -- d fry. SrA -- ,.f M" .. tw a4... -h. lt e- every hour fa t.. am, ol, toa 1
. o lp. _advice._etc-,." d.Llte Srte -l-or term- a, .ut....le. P 0Mi A ..Cr oT ky -ltr, Ienclusel aad t.rd. a
pp tobacco ta T.F. W a State A. t me. u o to Measi t o crX bi ba .n W Aa p ity. ilPenool y hor at t:amd.4

T a n i., g, m a _aso ab y W, F- n m oa _ _oS m t t e rS aam a t h e T w tor aU Pi e r e a s,,.. .u rre e te- _rea r i v e ,
T the atron of the. -.a-M YOU W.s ,,_rne1s~ ..t04c. ti.s w t odesomlwar .e ......dWt e...-to% mah tr .-, a6 p ate m.ar I
,.-. R os bue H o re 3311 St. m w s e st hoa we c Rk.bTrh ber 17r 1W-G. AddrA PheU2;k aid "The OW. Baker boas% largemad .iry eto athera e .48 S.hpalacht eeat.1

S r. re A ome a s at, A S L. a k. tm0. .et ,l d e iy .1 7 -anw oi M o _ e m delghtfuy la n l r port can g t desirable rates on the .
. r._ __ . rb. &p .. to e 33o, -, at end a. -*4 M to st e era 1Cptts J. .a. We make FOR pNT-TIt oo, o{i l ea m oNr atmrn
asTp-I ;o. ao ;eten s oy a. a.-a ..s a tW eo" w I w o Bathingn d b ot i. w trips, leaving Bayen street tBarracks a eo BuiBeare n d s oa i ate
V- TED.- r m oa t S o at o t s e M beMads fTerm. $i per WekL pe r ates WigeveryThUrSdAy M orningAt 6suitableforPe

re n se t A rinu i d e1t M ,. o m 1 +-- - -. blc rAonngWee n ty Pa to Amile s rs M rs.Fannie etais clock. ..ure-n board W. e to sMoi n wStoo.21toart.XJ.-
workafi atdhnb.nAptW e01 s e t w e'o th ar d 14th streets. A 4Mj Ifag FO 5 alght ed dar Capt.oer.rlightk H 2:om at B erras ola.

1 T- -You 8tc.,+ t p ,.,c the, WOR t,.J J, .--i,'-_... r .ea ...:- ._r ma i &.W o_ "ii-.++l-=+s .,-r&=atn. e .... ,_ J ._ An_
C h "" -h one ll eA. V.H. OIinn.g; Phone M.Sr FriL d .. ..... -1 OR... .N-4 -P al

..w1 m. E. H m Qs S . .. ...amr-,,.r4aW vi_
w Nl serve the Aern hanaes T n se htw C ibe "sfIoutS Ae. zo.* S lo mnt g o. Bap es a ade rer spair. 5.00 Inp S C hed E

wai'ts TEDYour ele o rg om f al g ( -o er, T a gnolM Ga tor pl uE' TdAa lo on ORa 8bIeMaN.-i hl Aisr frMi a trtor m oth D.) al lsn et ElecThe c car will lv P
n7 LW a us cl f( r wA t o J. sac M al l M. Dr Sli ll nb aye ro o; o.npow; s ea tBp. a R Br ll ela roato sd l pfanef t io H att
Sguaranteed. .T. B Thor-.. 1 8yr G d t r a- l r yini w iithe Ad"m ( 0 .l M -" X IL

c r te n B d B ar ho p 1 0 3 8 D I n Me n dd e a cei.j a 0By l e t1 .a n 1 a d it M O 1o t h n s o.r 1 7 1 w S i p t P I R S T -C I----8 P A S S E N
1:Tnlat o P ipr p. t ed er- oi e-a'f. a us e % Afit. a Pu ats a ev OR All- to Al -r l and fibng.re"C C e. --- U. -a Flw-- et eo m

ts t, .I. e .11, .- 1017 N Palate St., J WA. Psal. . N SACOLA, MOBILE APif
;dIed.'lp Wirt e dr terms.ot 70. inclusive, an Satd ngtN
1 sI.aps e tobacco b tags T. e eF..WO K I- a State at (M wa y, bebween"7theMA o r without b lne slyiern raRoaats f o mer adc ptoinofthe rSt cArIav

v A TED.- elWt sed orh an aty th aIt mm -go. ,, er, r a a. A OR ,. tra i: -... ranes ob M aw nel a.---, -A..-.- a. al-
e" dt in thse 25,00. A. c. y .. w BJ B.GrA-n to -M.t i ne.na .l- r *tr o ers. tW. -d. -' a i s 0HRmI Ue

c eo a ... ,acid IT n1e13.1 -...i mn i&^ ^^^ Sl. th p .A o a il*
.Simells oo4 I*to M M a e on t pop
STnkTGtmv en t _ed;arytond Seaty O. Adsemay Ma ne lugg cannote obeeess e ,. eri cat. Aew sill leaves
"r ome 1L.owPhichuWmm sasert Isat 1&Maw wlol Carrbeg ri a5054 1: ate

(b nsood f ar L AA4ro s 1 K fatS A m MeE Lightu n77 -7- aS3* kt -B.p t

i,-:. fr.,a. is e._ __ _.l-m s .-.. C o. 3S R brt o.. . -__-n _ar e s..__ F. r aditon __ PNA MO. ,A
__ -e --. :hoe .S..or. O,, ,. 0o 25 3: 5 .4 .56 is irdsw' 4s -1, VL.
every Mou-naan -ar0,in corne .Padlvbl* 9 an. 10rp. sad Pass. Atbl

usanas~ se. the Inagt. dd o.es CT 1 stet dto to r e o o a,
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iee iE,.,. one 3.. .* i gg Mal3 -J D PAPERS ._, ,, ......... ,g
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Sta t pre cme. idy tatetn. ean A tth wat 1 wl -i t taurant erchantN Hotti
1uun.. or ale. af s tr a. *o r o0ad saea wcfshd.a..Ow. .wo i w. aM I a
fearna. P -lard Phirma &_aeSo 19,towo wachr. o a* e K e si t *ol n hr. . t e Pstb llti

Kd~c: zhWill sbartly appear. --
wc:~ alf-tome pcturesCCfCity@
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.S. -or-a t art del es .. ... ..r wtt.ose. .h o had the ple sure 8t Ct ..... ,, *1 .* .
TI this -c to laril .. . the atfted_ the e-ellcduted -- t."Tl~p n a-. -tr a rNr -a ppBBBtheiSpa
tr meaoI g" growthh or ouf cloth* -airs, .o. Ie ; thir. r.. m.e i. M^ts seM "et- J. 3 t e-
c and ftaralshlg bemin-a Zch eg these rese en w o. Tm;.rtt 5>|lMOU ^T P^lb WITH a contalee a |ery

yoI wm fid the Old BelU"e r were swd accidents to mar the eleventh pr"le, N-p Ios ":.." Cek etgt, PTet to d-ae- '-st : this tii "m hea a- " -lqml^^^- _
.with /he srwterlak desire to occasion and veruyo-e who attended No. 7 u. -, *" . .*be at i f ,anerno: wrstoo shoot *5 B WI Al, -Mag
tre yo. better tha e7 other -c-tal-- a .e'Bt terest weldbre ions were o I h e 4 a ganh pre......-
t --n to 2 h antosho onrgdoubt o lo -sao ttower 4 ,e h -- .. eed ,-s.:. -.
ti r -en --t eo h yeau mwt es feared to ei.mb the Stest t rcy. 1Th1 .* : I t o w, "'

n en fit III pol e oln I mreh e s. As 1. .u .. .. e Le a r, e.. I Be i ?- AA
.....i .. ....t ealor-a- ewt V iew P ark p ld to a wort t-Y. suittle i ny PWltoe couny ,
Saicty oesals *nd cities gathered, the ed iharnte, t_, Thei w to I1ee be ra, hng bog a
..... ..thertwopleasre places were wet pre threat ur the .to.. t" e trw, the .ru So --
t1 I W IIsl Ik-n M es s;ptrealsed, and at th I. c t. 0. s. joint con actor. .or their a lL sal se d byL We o f Wxtreosrdnry ,.y ih a -iII
e t e celebration at t=e1tric Park the lrn- the Stter of ..,'t*t .h Arri"d Yestay. a, ,, .-t -b .od Com- an I ,--He them c_
.. w s.. t .e .. $,4 6 to a p t 354 o" ydma ner f st; m r.... .-e. m O in the V t ema r known /a *5e l .
V jPhone22en e^ qtd iir Latnge ime, e on found e

.. in all. Psac.la' lnturth of July thea Aer eevet to thee, Nth er oe..nnr p S
- .to tni.h and will oo doubt be followed patrontIed the pl wc. ', .ast-Belmont,, Br ,- Batnes-. ,.. 2. ,, nege, ed -,o he entered obje, .
i to each -car with similar ones. though a Gl Transit Co., -rfor ampico wwofae s to the proceeudnra di the com-t
ISports of Bay view aark. Thii is to certify that all dregte. SaiedYetrday. were aute by. the court. The
useA cheerfu s r The various events at Bay View are authorised to teratfliil altf M. Hildn BrOS. CO* park. with the wlaners thereof and .f Poley's Honey .nd- T .r .- to "o at -- Br .-- -br Pa- and B aoad ......... def._ed ga .'- .* .
.the .tes awarded. wee as follows: your Copgh or Crov. 1t p t ea. -, ..w t..n propo .. that the di s-
.n. to tsh o. r. c o w lre.. l pole, u nrry co.e.. . deo e w ..t . r v&t . be .... | --------
-a" that Ithpayspto iseeaclmlb.their ister s MsetVr

nnUIC ft Myers,.i sth P.rCirea second; Briggso andeconsdmption. a an topidtes. ."*I f "pth P of the district, 2,100 be et ly
...... p....- ..e i se.S ThW ge.nine Is ,~~nyellp igt Awte, oAwt si 1dte eore la TO a sobd body and his spring.
Taa 3. fty yard swimming race or se ttte. W. De r k to was detached from the lethiee s Pt im =
Sgirls LucileBoer rst; Miss Myers. Drggist and Apott 1. f Br sate 1 t g i Now mnels ae, a t ahe
Jeola ar Wthlil cavr hes Wcond Christve Co ttrell, third; pribe, ogox. ot hrltwa tuu. Mwlrwer. we pe entt sroe. Ab ort three-fotguherthisceA ag aeas 5 4si
m, 0 0t .id -oodwood Br ei- ood m a 0 B at. uthe dhn for and 0 per -toth as1 Wy eo has c.cS
m r, lo4bt aiohft yard ttb race, Willard Las; theSi;tef 8. 6"eytr iCo. se ,". already done and in good r I iCs U -r
Naval Store Mab iets. prile box ofAciM UNT Weawm st t ITH$*. h asedr, Br src tra, W8, No abp, sad the rest 1s to be Anished salo ? 5w
siaannah, Ga., July 5-The naal 5. Half le double wing race. mity boy fee a t eMItoy a at nei'. The. ltnave r ctty now t e
stto m arket closed tm-d tt hard ohsonInrt;. C is"ofOk m. s o(siess .wawith ae

rK . ................ 3 L o ]3 85 Kiennd a rot- Bfllvan and MeGow- o Trant O l ad the stroeat winds. The L ty Wiem t c dlopA id
eI win .i.n. .r.o.n.s.e.......... 3ts o75 to 3nldR80 aT eoInefd i go medals.. M ... .. .. V ""t".h'e lev ies eal n tlat t oes e t eI
S.....h.o..e.r.......o3 2 to 3 75 8 .re sa wigrace, ttte. te" l to "eassea aIne Co. ja ery soWly sometimesri 3 mlaw E !.
S.... .... .. 367 to 370 h and Kblerl enot, Ptts lnd 9at th t i ci.u at a gt age of 14 fset aB ,t$eakn Tne enettgeed cots_ o p.rn teredobjec
T eF y.o. ...e. 3 62% to 3 65 ro, ond; pros e o 5.00. s*M lack- the i aa a la r el Dar O olta Ial . birb ol. wd er' dothor aandwi"tho re.dan f tl.t. he co l .
D ..................... .. second; Briggs third; orth; e hene L ber Co. in the. w est es
ope..d................... .... Augus 10. pr;e bill ot several la For sale by batterse wt ao.to ertify al. dliseo mins the coudkmntssy owrt wh.chmet e e l Mar ag..Ja.e.
--shoa wriouarp e eo r 0ts at B aygVieofu- t i.-eONtT oa.-Pdr. lDa m, r mIa, fo, e k. d-o r o- ap ledve b!r P thoa thea as-
lNew Yo Sock Me a nolarBka which appeared nA yester- 11 'k Catt h 'Of-. Wft- P-uped Oute ordi- en GC oChI la n a A
New York July 5.-The market t ea o B. hie rata water and melted snow li yeaor tw, a. will n r grae
opened a moderate racon higher or ..... lo taen care of by pumps located at ret only. has eral hdred
M of the stocks, with wider gains one Dlmar aved Reprst TOol. a e ae t Bs. the lowet point. It is only h necessary acres in crop tis ar

Sspeal cases. Tennsse coal ar aed. i a e a t O Prt bt edo 112, to pmp about 30 days any one le was b d and T AND
M b e, .. i. raceo thertw pleasueP.....rppeweegheledpe t uphanks" yeoel ."b i.-te neary

Iped 2%. There was a v ry h eavy The average an does not save to gen dut e(ry Its hinsele hat Ofl. Oteaat A. Bua L Ot yar, and s is certain that aer a few poiements oa B ads are betag M ]. AU 0

absorption of Reading at a gaea of exceed ten per cent of his earnings. tat. ti sulride; lOata_ tale TI-l-& Ital bk r Gr them af yewt, when the seepage iscidet to a pushed rapidly. ]1aw.. the UIt" aama mA
soal gior ad erie opweseanyee JHef irsos( ; iistaysDui dorn llar s' i maerntrm n tom 3r er.- *root n t [t asllsCow maaeda at pi t- 15 et ioMgao Ia tyI o.* is he>lw U.* usM
a3il B 3e aifnat yard simgarkate. faorfthesuittte.f poibg, except a in very wet years, own, aer the-tv f m thlnd. OIC MAAOU

Chicago Terminal preferred rse benthe he. aot be too carel f Harry W.Lewi, Mat not aant to much. A hundred O that ide the l s B TOCK
1 point The United States stocks. bout unnecessary expenses. Veryd o n moret asto. SA. errttt Co. a horeyower engine running a 24-gch C a *Wett. AS be
p2iSore S.d hio, L u sv.le and e, a ox ofe c igars.proprltek tro ugh M Jl a B ,o, Corts, 3078, B ape, aa4a the r Isl b e !sed, a iag gre at w C w u s e n

Hoavannah a.k, Juy Tenaa .HalXil dobe oi c. et by e a oo esgu ulf-
INew York, July 5.otton futures ito W e a ous often saves a dotor's Nga-I do't tse w Mie.M.y e Cl.ead10t od ttbeing onrthe easandW h es l e dw r the naowi.e MIT f

opened Irregular. August 10.55; Sep bill of several dollar. or sale by all s wnt to arry all her op dua ar
wber 10.71; December 10.78; January snd a d't beene b'd bev rtt" he. AsteB. 1170. L-erpool toIe e d e. ad Thrie ft le -- he-e -u
10ti5; Pdbrary 10.80; March 10.83; BAND CONC$ T, DANCING AND at lt.-Phiadelphia P 4 G us ship, Ayllhri, Pirt not adfoon boff 194 i hboe Pr t? ti
1.....46to 6.7.t$ SKATING AT ELECTRIC PAie rK s. rt haugalre to master. reformr wltrl* ee eothe*oideiv great ertenowynoPtde coon- M
OMYRND HSports of Say view ar.hisJstocerif n -water, whic he mos serioue riYer whic, sbh o T

bPagrk, witheu winne Methereofpa.n O teHeyIau atto Gpob eomderedefatela
..the trading public genally that I am er nor Consnees of te "hamberain's Stomachad Liver w h season t t t a ether
o lager connected wh L. Friedman C British steamshin Ee wiU ceg I h a **" Tablets have done me a et deal of Rith el and Grat Cs eastern pot tla *4red
SCo. bat am now with the Standard be responsible for debts c to ys C. Towns o Rt The oi ai v ery rich, deep black .s P--b-- te f i
.Cloth..g Company, wre I will be traded by the rew o aid vesseL m taro, Canada. 'Behi. a m2 y eoam, general y ten to twelve feet Dre d ut. 1f tIn
easd to see all., and assure them of A. NILSEN the aftr eect ae not unpleasant deep o yellow clay. Tnere ias no ot of the ita trhatary

courteous treatment and the best oSe Captain. oTne very du;e of an lifldeed to dI can recommend them to al who gravel, no rock and no sacd. Etery streams sa d taker 1-tp m. One m 2 ,19
......oods tor the lowest prices330 JOHN A. MIRIe g CO.. mbst acays ta eer from stomach disorder." orfoot is tilae. Mr. Langellier as r at Havana aa aU eleareg1 ea e I
........t B. F. KING. toConsignee. ev7l.-rchtm sr. lale by ar druggists. out br0 acres of vumbere to contend over 0,000. there g wiadredst

F....... .... 62_ tO 3. on sa oe bt Pt and ae the easaesea ThetONGa riv tho-
girls. 3 -. Luil die W *first; M reenyersD ruggist. and r, 124,AM tog* i to e to the levees waeawyesltshabees its leve g u vhy
.. .3 second; C priziCotel$5.00. andrd;&prieetASTutilkorlwterfor adIIs.hDor morage.asa phe se wlsad IS mn siswith
........... In.gsecond;lBgthird;.fourh;B 014W ,e41W andteaesbeatong fe s can bentd o m asthy. lent S

SpiSTretiNSUPANCE. INSURANCEt. INURANCu. Iast) aN OAja. .IS tkURANCE. MO Sa theANCKetsWihsh. B In n*igood s2110 June
................ 4a25fto 4,30 grewt0140 care o r by pumps lo*ated atreet-onl.eeverseveralamd

Cao ^,tl r gi secoflraug tponnt.;itisD ostr .StWotAhericanyecsayceo this
n cAl a RTn s Y COca pusep Aabou t 30tre oo d s nnyw to

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