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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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PENSACOLA, PIDRIDA, FRIDAY INING, JULY 7 1905.


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00T ACCEPTS AS CRIME PENI LA IS
SECRETARY OF STATE TO -

SUCCEED JOHN HAY ON THE VER OF RE VOL 7
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TWENTY.SIX KILLED

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Rdform Governor of Missouri


OFFICIAL NOTICE


Uf the Apointm ent Wll Probably
e Made To-day.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE WAS IN CON- 0,
FERENCE W1TH MR. ROOT ONW L

LAND AND POSITION WAS OF.
FEREO TO MR. ROOT AT THAT
TIME.

By Associated Press. I
N w York. July 6.-It can be def-
c*aieip that President Roosevelt
,f. :-d the position of secretary
:o Elhhu Root, and that Mr.
i'a- accepted.
E-ATEMENT WILL I
BE ISSUED TO-DAY.
Tlay. July 6.-While no off- t
r nmaiion is obtainable here of
mncement that Mr. Root has
i :he secretaryship of state', it
ated that the president will )
a statement to-morrow re-
She matter. The president
Root were in close conference
,urney to and from Cleveland.
wy went to attend the funeral
late Secretary Hay, a formal
< the secretarrship of state
ade to Root and his acceptance
prner was received without
on at all diicult to eresm10s. ; 4

WI APPUWR M BB ..h.. I." -
OF STiUTS OF COoEZ w oRJ

Vocume of Southern Pacific B--e 00
Has Grown to Such Extent That WEALTHY MINE
Bridging is Imperativ OW SU

Sy Associated PreWs.
crn Frani'-.O. July 6.-As the re-
.' th( %*si* made yesterday by By Assclald P
S, :a Taf: to Benicia. the straits Winstead, Con., July .-iThe bo
,,r:oz prnbabiy will be bridge4L of Winthrop Tarner, a mililonal
: ,:,,h*,rn Pacific. Secretary owner of a mine in Sonra, Me
atnoutnc,' his approval oaf the was found to-day in a pasture in i
S 4 %, aid: town of Colebrook. There- was a b
volhime of transportation bus- let wound in his head and his ha
a grown to such av extent that clasped a revolver. K is supposed t
.in o the straits is impera despondency due to pore
The ml-v problem is to erect a him to commit'suicide. He was
S-nat will be substantial enough years old. and a graduate atof Ya
i the traffic which may be put class of 1888.
d at the same time not in--i
aith the navigation of the I NO M Md
I ant "rtain that such a bridge


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JAPAN FLOATS

IMMENSE LOAN

By Ameciated Press.
London, July 6.-The negotiations
on the Japanese loan of $16,000,000
with the tobacco monopoly as a sec-
urity, were practically completed this
morning and the terms will be signed
this evening. The Issue, which will be
equally divided between New York,
London and Germany, will run for
twenty years. The issuing houses In
New York will be Kuhn, Loeb & Co.,
the National City Bank, and the Na.
tional Bank of Commerce; in London.
the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank-
ing corporation, the Yokohama Specie
Bank and Parrs bank, and in Germany
thirteen houses in different cities, will
Issue the bonds. The prospectus will
be out July 11.

FIVE KILLED BY

MINE EXPLOSION

By Asaociated Prms.
Connellsville, Pa., July 6.-Five men
are known to have been killed and
many injured in a mine explosion at
Taylor shaft to-day.
AMERCAN AND ENGLISH
HORfES MAY CONTEST.
By Asoslated Pres.
New York, July 6.---ince Sysonby's
victory in the Lawrence realization
stake. enthusiastic admirers of the
Keene horse, accepted as the greatest
three-year-old of the American turf.
have expressed the hope that a meet-
ing might be arranged between the
lot and Cicero, winner of the 9psont


constructed." AT SgIY SCHOOL rCMC

N. SUFFERS By A
S Terre Haute. Ind., July G.-David
BIG FIRE LOSS owe, teacher inthe Sunday school
BIG FIRE L O of the Central Chrtistan church, died
to-day from the effect of knife wounds
By Asocitd Press. l inflicted b; James Fraderiks dand his
B AJuly .-The d rUnd house on, Earl r eriecks, drivers of wa-
Sand Nashville rounailroad usgons which took the members of the
hs afternoon. Loss on. Sunday school to a pileni. AS alter-
is .. Nine locomo cation as to the time Or starting home
managedd thousands of do,- caused the stabbing.
There was no insurance.
of gasoline used in coc-. PRISONER CONFESSED
(If gasolinekused cohnPRTO MURDER IN 1891.
pair work caused the;
By Associated Pres.
Nashville. Ten., Jauly t .-A Hop-
0 Wl 1 APMAL TO kinsville, Ky., dispatch s tat Guy
Lyon. in jail at Rasselivlle KY.,
ThE U. S. SIP Tcharged with complicity in the assault
on Mary Gladder, a German girl, is.
S According to his own statement on
the witness stand, Guy Reynolds, who
S !v 6.-It is announced was a member of a band of strikers
SPatrick. who is await- who shot and killed Deputy Sheriff
-* r the murder of Wil-I Coffey at Empire. Ky., in 1891. Rey-
i: -. the Texas multi-mil- nolds at that time escaped punish-
:-isrncted his counsel. ment by turning states evidence.
S o take his case to the.
-upreme court. Big 0ocBm for l a fd, CaL
of Patrick is set for San Francisco, July 6.-It is stated
crincing August 7. and' that K. H. Harriman, with the co-oper
act as a temporary action of H. E. Huatlagton, is prepar-
ing to build at San Pedro, in the
southern part of California, quays,
At Long Island City. docks and warebouse for the accok-
S-- i C.--lpresident Roose- umodation of steair p to ply between
Wa lng Island City at San Pedro. Hawaii, lpap, China and
S" or: O:ster Bay at 9:47. the Philipplies.


Second Day of Christian

Pndeavorers Con v tion


By Associated prom mad Dr. NW~. 3L NUedd Of Ustea.
ull. .UI6-7%e second dsyaAISO UNmeande MML Tk ma
w"#i'-senond (nteruamstciilowed by RMv.AMbet gOil, SC flOStas Te
FndeaVOr ConV'etOSUMwas PMI*wdet Of the L Anres
(, "r hiRev.GeorgeT. SW* t.d. ejetIU G" 4004 i .~~~l C s s hime a
"unN.Y. Wn.BW.. ofw, ft Csibamm 4a, MOW
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.s ,, ..... BASEBALL


vd ftine opWhoe0A ,J uly 6
et I |lt rottlutJl I
e By theWo T nV T BA My Asseciated Pres.
|| American League.
SWashington-New York postponed,
OFF ICERS Philadelphia 7, Boston 4.
Cleveland 2, Chicago 7.
CHEF EXECUTIVE AND IMMEOI- Detroit, 4; St. Louis 3.
To Attack Mutinous ATE PARTY R 0ED HIS SUM- National Leagu&.
1P 4 MHIWE THUROAYv MORN Boston 0, Philadelphia 2.
as Crews Might J E TU A MR New York 8, Brooklyn 1.
s ICra M i ir ING W4THOUT INCIDENT. Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 1.
Chicago 2, Pittsburg 5.
THE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIRHE R&E Southern League.
POTD BOW U NEA THO *rBy Aseeoeted Prom Nashville 1, Atlanta 7. (First Game.)
PORTED BLOWN UP NG** THEeO Oyster Bay. N. Y., July 6.-President Nashville 1, Atlanta 4. (Second
DOSIA-SURRENDER OF PART Roosevelt and his immediate party game.)
OF CREW PREVENT BY THE reached Oyster Bay on their return Montgomeryock 2, Birmingham 1.
OF CREW PREVENTM BY THE re ^* Little Rock 2, Memphs 3.
trip from Cleveland at 10:48 a. m.. Shreveport-New Orleans, off day.
REVOLUTIONISTS "TUATION seven minutes ahead, of schedule time.
IS EXTREMELY G RAV. The president's carriage which was to South Atlantic League.
heMet t train h nt arrived at Jacksonville 0, Macon 1.
have met the train had not arrived at Columbia 1, Charleston 3.
the station and the president entered Savannah 8, Augusta .
By Associated PI the carriage with Secretary Loeb.
St. Petersburg, July 6.-- at little The president had scageely gone two T
news was received from the Black Sea k dred ra fm the station when PLAN TO DIVERT
and Caucasus was extremely alarming. hundred yrs fro the station when
The whole Crimean peninstulem a on he met Mrs. Roosevelt coming to meet
the verge of revolt and anare reigns him anopen cab. He stepped from GRAIN TO NEW YORK
but only brief details are avlmable on Mr. Loeb's .carriage and entering the
account of the censorship. c witlMth Roosevelt drove directly
At Theodosla the workmen are back- to B ore Hill., By Associated Press.
lug the mutineers. Crews of several The i ident lad as guests at New York, July 6.-At a meeting of
ships in the harbor have Joined the brid former Secretary Dilhu Root, the New York grain trade at the pro-
mutineers and the better class ofpeo. former secretary of the Navy Paul duce exchange it has been decided to
pie have fled in a panic. Morton, Attorney General Moody and authorize trading in grain future con-
The guns of the Knias oteadkine Secretary Loeb. At Jersey City, Mr. tracts of 1,000 bushels. The present
are trained on the city, presumably Boot, Mr. Morton and Mr. Moody left minimum contract is 5,000 bushels.
because the people refused to furnish the president's party. Attorney Gen- Making 1,000 the minimum speculative
the vessel with coal, and a bombard- eral Mbdy will go to Massachusetts contract for grain will, it is argued,
meant is expected momentarily. where be will spend his vacation. He have the effect of diverting direct to
Only six hours away is Admiral will be absent from Washington until New York a large amount of grain
Choaknins fleet, including six war. about the Jrst week in September. now shipped by the farmer to interior
ships and admiral Kruf squadron The trillf the president and his im.- markets.
lies at anchor under he menace of mediate party from jerseyy City to The plan proposed is to have two
guns of the fortress. Choosla is evi. Long Islat city waO made on the rings for wheat trading, the larger
dently afraid to test tae 19yalty of Pennsylvania railroad tug Lancaster. One being for 5,000 bushel lots, as at
his crews by attempting tompture the On the trip around Manhattan the present, and the smaller one for 1,000
mutineers' ship. president and Secretary Loeb engaged bushel lots.
Is disposing of a mass of Official cor-
RAYM. AUTH051TT19 _e 4 .4 s oke, A croawd of eamral hun- FIPTYAikF OFAN
O N D.-*M;-e~ _at theS 1 5 5.7WP NE D rw,
Long Islad station and extended to -
Odessa, July .-Authorities are well the president a very cordial greeting. L
informed of the movements of the
Potemkine at Black Sea ports and it Reaches Jersey City.
is believed here she w:ll not return By Associated Press.
to menace Odessa. The fact that the New York, July 6.-President Roose. Chicago, July 6.-The total figures
Potemkine is still at large, cruising. n velt arrived at Jersey City at 9 a. m. of the Fourth of July casualties re-
the Black Sea, threatening ports and He boarded a Pennulvania railroad ceived to 2:30 o'clock this morning,
holding up steamers is beginning to tug and was taken to ong Island city. according to the Tribune's correspon
cast criticism on the naval authorities Paul Morton and Elihu Root, who ac- dents, are larger than at the same
on account of their apparent slowness companled the president from Cleve- hour last year. The totals amount to
and lack of energy in pursuing and land, left the special train at Jersey 59 killed and 3,169 injured. Last year
ending its piratical career. The tor- City, and returned' to the city. at the same hour the deaths were 52
pedo boats reported to be trailing the and the injured 3,049.
Potemkine have done nothing, although OR
the whereabouts of the battleship has ORDER D DOW N
never been secret. NEGRO LYNCHED
If the fleet commander is in earnest BRITISH FLAG
he can easily meet the renegade vessel IN ARKANSAS
In a few hours. The belief is general
that the main difficulty !ies in the fact
that the crews of the ships are strong- y Assocated Ps. Aociat re
ly disinclined to engage the mutinous Rochester, N. Y., July 6.-A protest By Associated P e o and
battleship. It is reported on good alu. has been filed with the Canadian min- Dumas, Ark., July 6.-A negro and
thority that their crews actually re- later of marine by Captain Simmons a white girl disappeared yesterday,
fused to attack her. of the Canadian shooner Acacia, be- and later the sheriff found the pair at
Odessa is resuming normal life, but cause the port collector, Duane Bump Tamo and brought them back. The
there is a strong undercurrent of uu- compelled him to lower the British party was met at the station by a
easiness and further disorder is ex-. flag on his vessel in the harbor at crowd who seemed bent on trouble
"pected. It is believed that practieal!y Charlotte on July 4. and the officers locked the negro up
all Jews are armed. Collector Bump was informed that in jail. It was discovered this morning
the Acacia had floated a large union that the jail had been broken open
REPORT THAT MUTINEERS Jack on the morning of the Fourth and the negro was -found hanging to a
HAVE BEEN BLOWN UP. and ordered Captain Simmons to haul! telegraph pole near town.
it down, saying it was an insult to the --
Odessa, July 6.-It is reported that national holiday. Simmons refused RUSSIA SAILORS
the battleship Kniax Potemkine has and threatened to shoot the collector NUS I S LO
been blown up near Theodosla. if he boarded his vessel. Finally Sim-
mons lowered the Lfag, when threat- WANT TO GO HOME
SURRENDER PREVENTED ened with refusal of his clearance
BY THE REVOLUTIONISTS papers.
By Associated Presta
St. Petersburg, July 6.-A dispatch NORWEGIANS SURPRISED TO mValle ,o?,s o ewy 6.-eMore stan
from the governor of Sevastopol, who members of the crew hf the Russian
is executing the decree of martial law EAN OF NORWAY'S ACTION cruiser Lena, which isinternedat the
Potemk new's crew desire to surrender demand upon Commander G-hIr, in^
but are prevented by the revolution- charge of the vessel, that they be ac-
sts. By Associated Press. corded the same privileges as those
Only six companies of troops were Honelula, July @.-Included in the granted the enlisted men on the Rue-
a Theodosia yesterday, but reinforce- crews and officers of the wrecked sian ships interned at Manila; that is,
ments have been sent from Sevastopol Norwegian vesels Salamis and Via- that all of the crew. except enough
and will probably reach there to-day tor, brought here by the schooner men to man the ship be paroled and
d l probbyfrom tahe mheietord Matthew Turner, are twenty-six Nor- allowed to return to their homes in
O I reports fromi the military wegians, who were greatly surprised Russia. Commander Genther told the
,nmmmldar ff Otespr detlorno there t.e


derby and star of his age in Bnglano. as een the wildest exaggeration reto learn of the separation of their
However, racing men assert that there guarding the number of casualties dur- in doubt as to what consul to were
is little likelihood of such a race aS lng the rioting at Odeasa. He sayatli doubt as to whatosul to call n
Sysonby undoubtedly will be kept 49 of the mob were killed and 74for assistance. William P. Hohen-
busy in this country this summer and wounded. Of the police and troops thauer, acting consul for Norway and
fall, with the prospect of being able one was killed and twenty wounded. Sweden, Is without official notice of
to earn vastly more money than he the severance of the relations between
possibly could win in England in any BOAT FROM BATTLESHIP the two countries and he will send
stakes forwhich he might be etered Fthe men home if they do not secure
takes or which FIRED ON BY INFANTRY. employment here.
now -. The local Japanese oress says that
-- JILondon, July 6.-A dispatch from the Tokio government has issued a
to Honor of o Hay. Theodosla says a boat from the Kniaz new order, whih wtha into effect
Nashville, Tena-., July 6.--4. B. FOr- Potemkine was sent ashore this morn- July 1, lncreasla the number of 1i-
rest Camp. United Confderate Vte- Ing and was met by an Infantry fire migrants per steamer to Hawaii from
rains, Chattanoo, has appointed a which killed two men and caused 00 to 400. Hal of the number may
commission to draft reaolutio re-be laborers, the tber half women and
sof S ote o on Hay. e (Continued on Third Page.) children.


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men that he would communicate the'?
washes to the state department at
Washington.
Bequeathed $60000 to Charity.
New York, July J.-The late iar-
on Alphonse de Rothschild left $'TO O00C
to be expended in charities of ;ai.-lns
kinds without distinction to religion,
says a Paris dispatch to the Herald.


Fifty Otkrs Injured By StIm
Which Swept Through North-
ernm Pant of Stat.


PROPERTY DAMAGE


Will Be Fully Two Hundred Thous-

and Dol0ar.

SMALL HOUSES CARRIED FROM


THEIR FOUNDATIONS


AND


LARGER ONES WRECKED BY
TERRIFIC WIND-AREA THREE
MILES WIDE AND FIFTEEN
LONG.

By Associated Pres.
Fort Worth, July 6.-Twenty-six
persons are known to have been killed
and fifty injured by the tornado which
swept over a portion of Montague
county, in Northern Texas, yesterday
afternoon. The property loss will be
fully $200.000. The tornado appeared
near Nocona at 3:30 o'clock.
The wind swept everything. Small
'houses were lifted from their founda-
tions and carried for many yards and
heavier structures were 'b;own down
and in many cases the occupants
buried beneath the ruins. The storm
traversed' an area three miles wide
and fifteen miles long. On this area
crops were beaten to the ground and
hundreds of cattle killed.
The Methodist and Baptist churches
at Belcher were blown down but no
loss of life was reported from there.
Two school houses near 'Montague
were demolished, but the pupils es-
caped.
Several of the most valuable farms
in upper Texas were directly in the
path of the storm and the death list
is largely made up of country people.
Nacoma is the only town whiCh mu -
- ,ere severely.
The tornmd6'tftyled in a southeast-
erly direction and spent Ifs' ~fre-It
about half an hour.

DETROIT BOY LOCKED IN
FREIGHT CAR BY COMPANIONS
Playmates Closed the Door in Fun and
Car Was Taken from Railroad
Yards-Parents Frantic.

By Associated Press.
Detroit, Mich., July 6.-Percy De-
mean, a young lad living at 46 Bruce
avenue, is supposed to be locked in a
freight car, which left Detroit Tues-
day, the destination of which is not
known. Playmates locked the door nla
fun, when the Deneanu ouy had climbed
Inside. When the car was taken out
of the yards they became frightened
and told what they Pad done. They
were unable to give any adequate de-
scription of the car and the parents
of the lad are frantic with anxiety.


AMERICAN ACTRESS CHARGED
WITH STEALING NECKLACE

Annie Grant, of Chicago, Will Have
to Stand Trial in London for Sub-
stituting Imitation Pearls.

By Associated Press.
London, July 6.-"Annie Grant, a1
Chicago," claiming to he an actress,
was committed to-day at a police court
to stand trial at the Old Bailey on the
charge of stealing a pearl necklace
worth $10.000 from Christie's auction
rooms. The woman, whose real name
|is thought to be Annie Gleeson, so.
cording to the prosecuting counaI,
Visited Christie's, inspected the neeb
| lace and secured a duplicate of hflg
i i.,tion pearls, which, on i second visit,
s'" substituted for the genuine whif
the attendant's back was turned.
The prisoner obtained a contmnetg
passport at the American embassy am
*n:nths ago in the name of Annie M,
SGrant, of Chicago.


Another Conflagration
In City of Nashvie


By Associated Pre.
Nashville. Tenn.. July .-For the
third time within the past ten days
bhis city has been visited -by a sereis
Are. 'Iis morning at 2 o'clock the-
wholesale grocery homu of PilUips,
Webb & Co, was copletely gtted.
it was one of the largest ibmmesmo thu
kind in the city aa4 -erId a
I .s stock. T.he t li--,Ma
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considerably damaged by water. Ik
is not known bow the re orlgbtata
George Rogers, a substitute Oranl
fell four stories through an elevat..
shaft and was so badly Injured thM
he died soon afterwards.
The loss on the stock oatf Ph L
Webb A Co. Is $185,00, and a.
coWnred by Isatlmeu The "
the lee of ipemm (C. miae.


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the aft a nd olsy metropolte or tha Con-
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diapason too ee the owr at mlletgbo I
bare ridden o the omnibus roof tilt 1
seemed d a paIt of ttae macbteo. I ave
twee to Windowr Catle, Otford. Cam-
bri e: to RMmonad Hill. wheer the
Ouke of Rich eod oft" rtotd and wbetr
the poet Tbomson wrWte 1Te SeasosW-
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A the bill.
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to the magtuim t Kewr ea vOast-eetr
elt Aberetn e to Ha R a MCrt.
vhiA oCardinalo Wiwe t gave to HeTry
Vll. wbea tfhe Kf tendesteeded to na-
mte t. and weter C0athe A Hituam
and Ane bSleynew w e tnuo teimprl-
cn-d by their fickle lord: to Hampatd
Bkath. wbret Dick Trpt b headed o His
Majesw. cavhalcde to the geod od times
and save their saverelgs and dlxpenem
to the poor. I have borrowed Into the
ueagm under the Tower where noble
Eglishmee and virtuous and lovely Vag-
tlak women were tbron tos awat thet
ekadmmeat. h ave litedn bott bhouseaS
te Parliament rid. umder th kindly .
rcort of Sir William Joes. M. P.. have
wittemId a sammsage between the got-
emrmet and the epp letloen sore of
theoe plahe teaedrftea I bhae tried to
tUee for your reader; other I shall
a s1W n I mIuM Pa where
I go today to ee the great reeption of
the young King of Spain, for wbom a
a eulfctset matatla eas bees prared.
Lendo Is making ready for sle a ar-
owe hat tt repaa tion hare are as
nothing ts eomprloon with t sae of the
French capital. In Paris all the boule-
vards he wtn t vew e and many otber
street are banl with superb tributes. sA
tboLseand andsomiey painted pole like
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-a e with the jeweled cown o Cast ie
*ad L~t and Banked with a simniacr
of the Petacl w res whihe the youwn
King wee epee time breast. BHre ad
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Are ie TtaIph, easd ina bonor of the
i ctorest o thme eat Napoleon. an l-
amt with red a d yelow emsburste. and












ftr ah te a ns eed as e seam the
amaes 4c 1p2Wios W im Nw 8 I l-
MXld. eAlreal sa. et It.it s a etraW
alutat leo!

even hites fe 01at the you tol
Ebw Of f09tL Dawned iand his myt









ai ate s den atd aOLye f tear-


is. emmsle Som m nh ft" Id I-
aid 1wave upon h a- eham Iny om

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Ih I I atfebdma".al qpl nlea,


reader, there a way Io which you nan
see ltft asne mh by spending more time
and half as much money. Join the Wom-
ea's Bet Tour Association of Boston.
This Is not a commercial Institution, but
purely a benevoklet one. It neither seeks
nor make oany proeta. It was organized
"ad ez ft for the mutual benefit of Its
amebere-womes who have beea to Eu-
rope or who wish to go. These philea-
throplats seem to hare reduced the rost
of travel to tbhe lowest teras, for the
beeflclaries are mostly clerks, school-
teachers and ladles who cannot afford
high prices. The association prints a
booklet twice a year containing a fist of
1.000 boarding-bouses("penslonsi" through-
out Great Britain and the Continent, with
a classiication as to character and ex-
cellence. an Indication of the number of
time. the members have been guests of
tee, and detailed tfoarmation as to seani
tary conditions, prices, table, desirable lo.
Geatesa *Bngilih spoken" "central heat."
lift." **as." etc. The prices of board
range from I1 to $2 per day--about"halt
of hotel tarlfs.
Ite Womn 1's Beut T1sw Amoetatloa
hen commendable ftnctloos. It alas to
help with advice and cf.sa.&at
weows who might enjoy a vacatste
abro tIf they knew how etheaply It ea
be haed. and bow ea the paths at travel
mey be meod It acts as a medhim be-
twees demand aid supply hy stoppit
ltte the plate at a m ab-needed eoal.
eaitl ftieeld ad etdver at women oeer-
t. 8so let us who woold live oge and
be baW rrarm morsels becomoIldy, get
Sleft igt marceht order, put our toot
In t0e uoad, tall I step with CO-
Iau Ot fmm temper andd buat
plut, apt the astome tllowed hy
other tkaveler, amet our f toM e t" e
land we ateV 5t11 wished to e. and
the
ft o*. jag os tthe footpath way.
And mesasy heat the ei-a."
Oteemm. ttae wvh wish to mae the
beopuaf tler withot ftloh expone
WMl mt twaml In b t-chu earsL. I
meetde th eO IMIIthes msa b ee
is tow aort meatsa ille, while the
-s_ _56ftimarse is these 4m1s 11 the
111 WM ea ts or W m. A h all ar
Bgl sh aylag Is, "Nobody goes fast-class
eept princei. fools aid Americans.'
th Is alaNet literally true The see
omaie cars an Upholstered like the
tel-m to er ow a cono whfle the
thrieliam aneIIFea m neMstly sd
wAe Iet semtIe 0t ita, thyM aWgoe oeed
mes mot aI y. Infsmea n

t s ewe at ftalwa s dinawean he

hi ml o 11" afetdto hb a -

hbe WOleW mdM a d en a 00-


7h7II7 Tcwrd orv rCL Cxx -f


t dlouut wh oa"t a gl mid up.
Aa lttle hobase as pan iMAeu hO he
cufled, for 4 ove a pounds must he
paid for. while i Italy not a pound ia
exempted. By heepugt hi eye Opes
coustanty ezoa g a esoreotl eomoy,
aveldung hotels, a"d apalf by aettlin
for at least a week I a n place, the trav-
eler may eso t kee is expebe. below
2 a day.
Let bim net be tawdry or dloecy tn
appearance. LKt hi euntSre otume be
eamt aend servai. I there Is a
woman in the case let btr mot masue-
sde as a s y, bat let her travel Ia a
n*ew, tot, *Pln me*I d *am of
seMe or twed, am t seu an a -
tm" e ak Wift migtea I baseg
aemeba stautmle alh r 'tiUe emse
sidemesm es 4cbeagd weo amemd laar a

of religion are pwerlei to eonwa."
Some tourits iaignantly roes to tip.
TWe sume e ling -t g I k "W a n"
M lami as lNm ,ema mpeMea
is that abstiaee from 1 t$I s, exapes'
shreo thn eeIndigece it p h OOM
thu-, eaima a0 fat x y-U -i U-.-L

ge as mvpia .w as N
in aft Weser an thewaft Doew a

O gp1m8eAe "e Lme.
.... eme


p
.~ 4 - ..


GILDED
A vaabie 4
structbIlMty of
ticular. to he
golid re mer's, a
ent tIn or eo
to everyday am
and re4ed *tb
dered useless th
would severely

after ft -s wr
bestand tna
r ersoed, oq
extmratfti, yet
ONM plet-I
edged oaves or

acad and e- a
eonse&own of
eollecttd by i

patched to the a
tiniest @peek-4
overlooked, ec
too eumcbnM
On the occatd
establuah .t.I

a caretiles ofo
the sectiens
ornomeac tm

of a head tim
Orwa.ft. tha


man-rather quiet than otberwit. TbOu candlMes." "ave at --'
he preasetly revealed bhiselt as a aer- This dsparnglu allndea f6 the pegtr a a *4a* O$
samer, be had te appearance of a w- o staining a lthe m*atchelmw eani. fl as$ e aa ,
spectable, and perhaps pious, msasutterer toothpicks gren which prevaiB thres h prok?-y t P
of brans bttons or plans in oonse CoVact- out BoOpe. was the lant ather that be strate f
cut town. fie was conspieaous ta a lion aeued the Overworked e paueap te an eleoptlsa
duster and a white bat, his maU but doble np-the fatal rw that piereed fallen that tM
kindly eye. radiated wrinkles, and Time the *~ta era a o L "Very woll," hea aM aeCaS e
and Worry had joined teams and soe- quietly. "yoN can merely pay for your at all i WalSp8
needed nla plowtag a parBntbes around ride be from the statUoas-ve fraate. t rmaaO SeaL
his mouth. Mou ple.e." sodtena t I
"Air yoe the landlord?' he asked of the 7t It In the bill" Ahouated te eo-, wateP--
ma at the daor. former. 'tfl ny whmn we go a*ay. a'm wom aSe-
-l am the manager, yes, sair; at your good for It. Come on Marlerr" bumA.' gaJ
servims"' I have n bill agtint you." MpIaened row "ae us
"Well, se her, Mr. Manager, what do the maaget. **and a a yen arft gag away -L d Mpthe. 4
you charge a fre ft beaord ter ame seew I merely MMiaO n te Item. to tha wr e
days After that we go toi Zaris." "Gi aw e Wht do y me .
"0" peo away a"? what do aw T %I
"It depends en the room- Nr. *a -4 -Didt I tHi oeua to gi t W hin tea
foor, 36 frances a day for three Roms; "Dah ds. sir? youde ; but I t ei t Is a the Jaen
ttd or, 30an trcam a daty; fourttB see, ea tet they de beee Ie ef to "se
24 frwee atnd there i a Uft--e aa.- 'Take? Halt yes stdleah em eNe to
tor--and---- ev auter tyo w af ash-it
"Give us some Bast-rate rom, Crcp'n: T m potter cae ner.- a.d mi sm e
money ain't meeb object to me--fWt-rate the amSeron of tmhe nmra tamt them n d
toom*." 'w nt a gem leftinthe betL si ti
"Ol. maeMbr-ye.. ir. Our tabte -0i' jestythat yeshad" W. m
d'bhoet Infive ae.ssi-that's ao silar- Cant oet? on ev ery ors ,
or, If you pre-r it,-Yo and Othe ladies, -We had at ttat tame, ae To he e
sPr-om a take yor meag a n ta ete.* y fr ek with eoa we e srwe aa
"By the esar-yek Cap-thatrsa sw seesealy very meek, teel at meeae a m
we'l tak6e Ot manSI. W.ag yr M table better ry elsewhere.t6 M60
doty! I snt eat with an eorts Rl 2 The Amorhia ut A^




a,. .. . ;.. "7- -


D RUBBISH.

matter. and gold I pa-
Sderiv.ed fam a v1it to a
smanbO.Isb Gold is pr-
eamdbe Irlesty ft artlees
e, &ad&t ean be extracted
er the ertlpe b ren ren-
reagh age or damage. One
tM;t, ftWlatance, as oee
R-atoe Taitteg card that
Sve it perpsem tber eil

atm amab the e l




reemy. lething t the se.

lt saM eli spma It thI
ode at afet hant to a


jae. we whea a slr-et
Manl@=" theom we -




itG" "eaieertu"t ast
ams of puclet TMtono


A*b ma ftdta laru

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me pm 41 136 MNI-
ath t o b esa s aPW





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iistiskitwl hib


4 M thelI e
mo h "e
bw


the vendl is withdrawn. The frre a@*
sad the gw t of the formna when m
aecesitatls the men esgaged to
tak wearing a lon. thick mitten, 1ed
alea pa r G speeaialy constructed laim
to protect the hand and eyes.
Aft tatelesf alowed cooL, the ereff'.
is ceaveyc to a little iroo sorti and rth
botism broka oW with a hammer. The
contents are then found to bave strahteiJ
Into three distit layers. The top b Is a
greetk color eand consists of the ir.
the peePd Io leackbh-rown. ad1 Is tD
tealy BIibn* eand lJut aI. rldait.1
byIt aepefe gravity. s a buttonet *.f
Adeede wi hat e to at thmei. howb"em
and eedelsoUeaU the metal u**pntter r.'
In am lissee of mimig, with te mi't
that atit e tibea eo ,,-0d oenre to he
ade of tbh cruidblI. ni whh erw tet
Terone s ponaded to dist to a mortar. ad
the pnr ee tmelttse repeated.
p At times t rcie bearts. and e tle oe^
en tto n prene tated nto the fre. no..e
attetotl the fipo lagt up and remmmh s of
the ete aomt ets - a tthe ternt. Th.
owetpa bt bn em s e t o f r. M le utm

So mtal. st Ias the amount ef thin

I thmabei mo e I" isothe m rel nis hs


as peAteas i-3-ame laleaf.Othe rov-r V
wiped byasthe m with aranil i at
peshie uber. he to wo all the innw- g I
tait a* o ts I, lotteringt. I,' .
doded. A aen st tbt6o ta rbber ft
beair used ft ameao e twe willTe4
a buttoa a eliMbMloaW m d andlO,.
Theme alle at s et pmreftad h the 0t.
bumt set to be mOW deaM. omO thePOr
duftreta ted so mte had s he ab1m"

s he ats mmft" g No ew Ne,
eote the gel1d t -ttr marta lw
etc.. a earefltoy prlesee ant tdt-"

freoe s*f t1 osre t we ever throm
away. bet wa n tu8ly i ted aod O e
larger ones at to aes lalni mSll. w'l-i
the fnow e s have seemnl.irto -f
Silently. tWe mu hmtb yy ewrad zn

had ti ea" s be fltan the metal t
the o ies0 het d eo bn e It h tr1
mobed ow isy 1 r mouderahi. h'st
ad a 1t d 1 wbat remains t .
em e pms metaL


DEI1tAONI G TIlE
COMPASS.
Anter u-tetoal tW W een de brmnd o
me way fr a rtrIalT after oMlul l*
dispute d amy fwr sart *bo *,
years. W the qmps hs ruled W
waters ltS eweft oee s,.- Th- SW
reliable seato of la sep. .- being Mod
In sea sn In e the poem "La el '..
In whiCh the rtisz x of it *0
referred e t 1a Vase dt eanmS feI
the pilots f the India* anesa ut'-r-

mae sm thee t tboes ofr '-'
would vb haoe bn nipoI itIty w't'"t
this todlapemb1e lstrmear. V1 A
tha e n N mas wU It so 'or-
e as, oamso f modem p9

A yeopS s mglt ts Mwf-b. In t19
toe sop ta problem Of E *o'w
fleth Me kag eas ss at eant n,
tod ast e enry v t Ie cct ate
mat Is tsa the place of tthe ror't
AM I t y es 0 1 bard si'l amla':nrftr-
we *so -OTT-o -nbe M S 3!14e.
Ia e Mp-11Mee he saa l* s ow.,mengef


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2thsee m anece 1 the
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"* S i t 8t marne-wab0t i* *
do a m aidThe poinr, toe to er
io e, custle ote esi r theT cte'"
00Abl e. owe tno mee" v
Its tundmea l Od oa ontrT S
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TED AWAIULT THERE ARE AL *LLE
THISaTER! IALn SeTU. R haMEv
_50u ume isem w The JACkaOnVlle MeteS m y m to ft* f
SI b and restrted eeTheryorioeenatorsand pareenta- -

LAME W UNe R O*NS. t a.~ e BRETWeIN
I c at e,., a spe,,.e a re =lhth 1s e palme.; weeke extre3esalm ptlo prtofr for m rateeo
MOTHER'S is perfected i American een Beer. We have im-
tw P I .oThe Georgia senat Iors and in e e


Swa As FRa s E- T.e ur legislature srted the masterly method of to setheiritothe best old world

Sop e ep ntoite dhe e t m o wuar de soeutinhemtrialn brewersand installed every mode- American in-
w ogrrs durtg s ad e be. erthrcocmCp opriatioofor improving the -harbor te



rp ttenI on ls b e a tcher will hel thad t 'te awnes Mor ngicke, ore rettd ex Georgiabe, Florida and Alabama, which
Z l e W mso are i gh pt la the pold aor elseW h pyad ce btre aly ta s, so he po t aiste of lhtoriae t I
C TT R their owTer py orn eM re buby thi is souiythrn sotwest Geordgisa, reaches.
nder the t law a- "oft ThGeorgia to manifest the road northward
-- The t large mat have ons a fold to childbirth is being pusof another forwarded, and in t ime who a l



ote from the cityr or ell e wt d o* lgrow om popularity this system promises to be o f at -
E ^- ^~1 Placed alth t te a nmherpolfee F Rsan DP an c women portance to the condition state of Geor be r,. i A



o A ew how deeply souitht he propstern G improemen f the hest h -grae beer. The ma
Pe deon -epeed- wetth wou e l h i ube obe tahealfu l VtNANisWe aaNTe
threr ar a" et th coes O bith itss p particular I s Iterested in the de-a
SW Gr y tg, there are still u e. diveopment of Carrabelle. This Is the v prtmentS; we take extreme precautions for cleanliness





I i en zw heal tha R s wetx rba reitrodn for p er fec tling the seer for monds and ofere
Sru. M. WILLIAMnng a, had bout la g tied together, as follow harbor to which the new line, the
cOfhe. Brosnahama building t P in their thara tA tnwer amae ani lcknsosorere Georgia, Florida andt its labamast session mbti d frchnL
to Penaca Business Colege. for the police at wheareatheani an a ad pally aps some ofa theion memorst valiuabeing coten- AS







expiration of a Carrabelle harbor, Florida; and,
that thei wners l0awII.sdi iniaThereas, t he s ai d Stof ate of Flnorthward
-s--. ---- --, R OF THEs O Aouthern state, and a roster state in WBBA-LI H[ BSTMA HR ETA HV
r I lare af. T0 rUnerw MSanifold aid to chbi rt is beingrpushed forward tand on time- Enly aE PII
SE LLe S a o collar NO si N aswn in PALAPOX TIiEE this system promises to beolod vast i-
ETOL otfo. A new houehasjust been con-nwelmasioo; ill oundn te cabin mo Wthte a ror iat arraboeen, tE an exam leoftheh t b h














m resn KUPFRIAn'S ARK wh hshe cha l scaid harbor be --- -Ie I m- ----


sc beenD atw alh TH fe a OUTCO hr r osnethe ther aonyof minE d wilResolved, By the House of Reprethis
,therearel alada y & our tsfer ofo andchoicest..e. fistathiee the Senate concurring
.. .. J femiale i s Alh daOF THE TWO MATCHES That our senators and representatives ||tA M eNG wE mx tBEST MATCH RACES THAT HAVEnli
m h inG faWaA in h congress are hereby requn the interests of this esterprise have
witness yesterday afternoonai July 6.Mr d me suitable measures towards b r f m 8ACOLA WILL TAKE PLACE AT
I ly ifIIII IIiI-MOcwhen the dog cAlllcher, aempned, of Blountitown* Fla was matra a su thcient appropriation ot L









TF S LY TOL haThe M .es l plsn's Park which here Wednesday. m r be h t p- UNPU ISHED RESOLTION PASS
bw ..halfadosxe ssmlets,-1AWMA WAs-M, l-* oh dDecatur county,tGeorgia. They readq tequalie,,brewing,

















weralays wfl occur T. e dog man r. ey drf t ooo dlumer n alow neogon vensels anr other water D AT COnFaDERATE O I
F. Mon Wof Seminole. Ala, and ibout is expected 4 tied together, wi w terviewing our merchant ev- crafts to take on and discharge their ADVOCATES AE AMONG THE










SCONTRACTOR AND BUILDER while eofotw em by d W hereas, Thof e legislature for thae Orsceat A A I A 7u
dpup State of Florida, at its last sessionMs Db Batdu ofht S.a T.











make good time. Quite a net sum of Mr. F. Bnes gave delightful sta ofGe d union, but was not pushed at theI


Bro- m Montg eryn and Katie Wir arml Montgomery All Aboard" was sounded and prompt-N W n upon helpless and mierablvieI J t
to Pensacja Busin es s Coilege. for th, ae mPolicestIor thbe seod race..ni- n obeyed. The asn shed its warmes s atomtemo; andneorA












Prompt attention alwan error, as Blues bon is the untavorite for this, ray upon these happy fishermen and ee I Whereas, It anests the highest AN
to busin.. s Psacola, 11.. .them.out.or elm-will...theledethepi
























G.Largue. expratce She has had considerable train- gave their complexions rather a Crrbee hrbor, Forid;TALLED virtue n a people to nculate the
w of on people at- i durn e pst fe wds d it d loes" About dinner time a ter- Fl doctri nes of dapeace on earth, good willda










S : e at sbeleved b her backers that's blecloudgatered which ove to mens;'and,outhern state, and a ster state
: nihT. vend n the will win every het. them to the shore and instead of fry RATHBONE LODGE, NO. 30, K. OF "Whereas An effort i being made only
; : Band. The pro-s n ing the fish at Alligator ending, they P.s HELD AN ENTHUSIASTIC to meet and adjust by peaceful arb- THESE HORSE ARE EVENLY MATCHED AND WILL MAKE Gf

t .r-d as an excellent one SEEKING SITE FOR THE were forced to go to the Nooks House. c tration the differences and difficulties RACES. TRACK RECORD WAS LOWERED BY "GRAY JOHN"
S"i, e he late selet GOVERNOR'S MANSION. After a most delightful dinner the MEETING LAST NIGHT. which may arise among nations in the HIS LAST RACE 8 SECONDS AND HE IS EXPECTED TO CUT "
nu-su -patl" enjoyed .'owd started once more for the lake. future; and, 3 TO 4 SECONDS ON FRIDAY.
in Th rm Tallahassee, Jly -S e the isitThey fished onl a short time as it "Whereas This meeting represents
St:n .l.rexcllent Trm here of the sommislo appointed to Tas very late. Those who attended An enthusiastic metnb of Rathbone the remnant of of For-people who fought -
Sranprin th buildO the TWor's manTCsion, active hat our seere Misses Madato bell Redd dge No. 30, Knights of pythaswas a long and bloody war and who ave CRIMEAN PENINSULA IS
:-om the park steps congress are being taken the citizens pencer. Harper nd Mack; Mesrs. hel as arethereby requested to een ad now its horrors its cuel ON VERGE OF REVOLT
So Tallahasse looking to the purchase Mack. Johnson F. E. Barnes Will wich was e n de d n ot only by a atrcities and its direful consequen
r 1 ad to have of stable te for the building. Barnes and Pridgeon. e number of members of that es; andContinued From rst Pa
San d. pae re-o meeting wa held last ht and Mr. C. W. Nelson, of St. Louisa., was lodgebut also by several ppembers of "Whereas We should save poserityge
a adErtisin on thatD. pae this morning two committees went to here WTu Nesday. the order belonging to other lodges from the appalling trials and afflictions
pa or. ash in advance orkne to secre options on desr- Mr. M. R. McArthur of Oheesee Theallow event was the installation of through which we havDER passed and seven others to ump overboard. A L

apjplies to all. The Want able sites, to be submitted to the corn- was in town Wednesday. the new officers, who were recently bequeath to them the blessings of torpedo boat in the hands of the muti-
several days. will occur this afternoon,"waseInterviewing our merchants sev-scraftshto take on and di5,Barge their AN PARK





















7.o co.,ip-he raof is. in factla, ision xpecand another to olcit sub- Mr. C. unningham was here Thurs- le ad ho w serve durin peace; be t neers red a shell over the town and CUPID ROBT L NANC
S at Thby .his sina cannot afford criptions. It is believed tha a suit. day. last wee. cargothe ensuingat the wharves rm. he said Resolved, That we heartily and a noon the Potemkin left the port,
hook r a collector able lot can e had for 6.000. The Mr. J. B. Maes a popular grocery Ater this ceremony the newly elect- earnestly Indorse every just and hon- but maneuvered in sight of the city. EDNA S.,
ard : r u for th. of Stis class nance committee ha already secured drummerMr. was aredoers tendered reception to the ete t that may e made nesng wholly inadequate osad pur-by the Theodosia has been declared to be i
,:inflg the 'isitOrt to the cityid Mr.Geo.Mcrue my,e h dMonle, Ala. The following resolution. offered by.





















I0 is just < cayG to pay more than one-third that amount. The A crowd -of Wewahitchka K. of P.'s members of the lodge, an excellent civilized nations of the earth to bring a state of war. can be charter by the hour, da
adv'risme wh they commission will meet here again o left Monday to organize a lodgeat oft great in the hall. The to consummation. D. K. the ofestablishment week. TMissouri, was, reasonable.
Sa is rewards and next Tuesday, and it i expected that Biounttown. The were entertained evet waste y enjoyed by those and maintenance of the recent Conferlds pdeate RUSSIAN OFFICIALS SAY Fishing Tackle and Cooking
1 s insist on is rule half a doen or more locations will be royally and everything passed off who the leasur of beng present and freedom and ruin and devastate sil desired.
SarimI ago. tha; payment submitted to the members from which nicely. The party was composed of of cruel and bloody strife: be it SITUATION IS GIRAVE. ,
a he Want Ad before t make a selection. It is generallyso conf- Messrs. C. C. Mack Grove in wagons. Mack. fter g lying contgu CE ON "Resolved That we a a national Trips to Life having tation t

an hte ine t Ad. dentlt expected that the requisite Hunter. F. E. Bac.s R. R.Hunter Mill WEST GARDEN STREET. body of the United Confederate Vet-t St. Petersburg, July 6.-Inquiry at at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
amount will e ubscribd o that the Barnes Gus Menck F C Rummel, J rains in convention assembled, express the admiralty this morning failed to PHONE 204
Smerit the basis n se- ground elected may be Immediatel B. Spain, Chas. Glenn. R Tucker Numerous complaints have been the hope that before the full noondayconfirm the report current last night
S fla ooring you ars sure to deeded to the coma mon There will and Mrs. E. G. Mack. heard recently regarding the cattle of the twentieth century shall come that the Kniaz Potemkine had already
f in, u .aruer rrasde. She hsehmad ionsdherabe wfortisnrai s a e G.ptheir cmplfionsrherme n ard-Whereas, Itmanifests the highestD




















hbn I Vm.m and Vanilla he no delay in pshing the a building Mr. T. e Johnson. a popular drum- running at large on West Garden universal peace small tobe declared, and left Theodosha. Admiral Wirenius,
'k your gricor for Blwiu so soon as the lot is Doaseselon of mer was in town Thursday. str and last night it reached the all the nations of the earth shall 'have chief of the naval staff, informed the
f' r~orin te hreofth emmssl~iapoite to~'s eti-lae. hoe hoatendd ode o.30 Knghs f ytias ws lngan blod wran wh nveCRMEN ENISUAWSNAEAI


n and ailla. Takes the commission and it will be ready Rev. C. Dolphy filled limit. About midnight numerous real- beaten their swords into plowshares, Associated Press that according to the .-
Sand al. Takes thefor occupancy by d ext will bnter appointment here Sundav. C. ophy filled hi regular dents along that thoroughfare were their spears into pruning hooks, and latest advices the battleship is still a
or occupancy by next winter appointment here Sunday. awakened by cows. who were grazing nations shall learn war no more.' Theodosia.
--__ -_-___ in that section. From the noise, it "Resolved, That a copy of these "What will be done?" asked the
appeared that nearly every animal had resolutions be forwarded to the Inter- correspondent.
a bell attached to its neck, and this national Peace Parliamentary Commis. "We cannot tell you," was the re-
*I -awakened those residing in that sec- sion which is to meet at Brussels." ply. "The whole affair is in the hands
tion. One party, who telephoned The of Vice-Admiral Choukin and he has
if r TOf V J A-'--- --- --: l~ li IIL4 rf'i ~ Journal, stated that it seemed as BIG DRY KILNS AT not communicated his plans to us.
THERE AR. TWO K IN "- .OW a BDING LOCKS though at least fifteen head of cattle WEST LAKE BURNED. Admiral Kruger' ships were ue to
were grazing there. He had' telephon- leave Odessa yesterday afternoon. THE TUG
ed the police station, and expected Bellaville, July 6.-The big dry kilns They should now be arriving at Se-
to the point to drive the cows away. gether with about .,P.00 feet of lum. "Do you think that upon their ar- g
The stock catcher was not spoken of. ber were burned to the ground early rival Vice-Admiral Chouknin will de- will run the following sch
Monday morning. Had it not been for spatch the squadron to capture the
nd(t iL l I ?y O1E jg Kg *A l st qa air & |. WEEKLY REPORT OF the excellent fire protedion the saw Knisz Potemkine?" FRIDAY AFTEM OOM
& A e RAC EI is eO y me with ggered air cells, CROP CONDITIONS, mill and grounds are equipped with. "We do not know what he will do. RDA A r N
and as it is Patented, no Other block w CU put them O the market. the saw mill and quite a lot of lumber In my opinion the easiest and prompt.
t v u a u Washington. July 6.-The Weather might have gone up In smoke also. est solution would be to send a tor. Leave City or Life-Saving
It givCs you a hOUC Or St e Bureau's weekly bulletin of crop condi- The mill has been compelled to close pedo boat to sink her and I have ad- 4:00.
tions says: down for a few days, however, on ac- vocated that course. The ship is not Leave Lie-Saving Station for i
While cotton is generally improved, count of having sprung the saw man- In the hands of her crew, but in the 4:45.
ly in m er and W r in W inter and has made good growth throughout drel Tuesday morning hands of the revolutionary committeern
A lue r l d i r the cotton belt, the crop is much in which went on board at Odessa. They Leave Life-Saving Station for
need of sunshine and cultivation in have issued a high-sounding manifesto v pe
No bill ,o rpaot g ic lo0 the central and western districts, in to the powers. The wanted to be Arrive Pensacola, 8:4.
Nobillforicportions of which too rank growth is considered insurgents. I oporesume their FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 85 C
ing. .nt O ia LM to Slpe m uch a m will brri "Cet reported. Except in the central dis- FOO next step will be to ask for recogni. C CE S.
Ss f o r T tricts cotton is generally fruiting well. tion as belligerents. They know thtrCENT
Boll weevils and other pests are active heads are forfeited and will stop at .
FOUN MBA Don't put n brick that will fa ouat in a fe look Texas and Louislana. Th nothing. In the eyes of the w they
hMTobacco is suffering from drought are outlaws and pirates. The first
cheap ad cot m nmch. h orm a tor I central North Carolina, and from B thing necessary is to make an example
foundation. It p oj t y u vm t O i ow thc 7 j lack of cultivation in Kentucky; else- BRAS of the crew and store discipline in
h ou m istohere this crop is doing well.,the Black Sea fleet."
house greatly. Admiral Wirenius said there was O
._ . ^-- ^Intense Heat In Rom. truth in the report from V henna that
P. 0. RBX, 4112. rE G... .t s W Roa e, July S.-Notwitbhstandlng the IP four hundred R a sailors had de CLEAN.D, BLACHEDAI S
0. reaece of storms at Milan and Q stroyed a cruiser and sought refuge BLOCKED, al-
S, bros ut northern Italy, the heat in on board a British steamer bound for
Telepho'e-R3ame eouotinues to be itisase aa4 Constantinople. 24 R"ian cruiser,
T M aaL th admiral added, hag bee eatroyed
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a=an iU vKioms Te ame, uu, uma imcanal and the Pl-nippines, witu nTher
neck for the Tornado championship, which the present secretary of war is but t
more competent to deal than anyone mend
Wonder if Undertaker Loomis will else. the l
personally accompany the remains to Ambassador Choate would be a de thing
this country? eldied probability, were Mr. Root elim- Son
tnated either through preference to forcl
The Galveston Tribune describes the remain in the practice of law in New firew
The alveston Tbnas a describes the York or any other cause. That Mr. cities
Knia Potemkne as a converted batRoot is the man best equipped to suc- Such
tleship"--converted to anarchy. ceed Secretary Hay is generally ree- less
ognized by everybody. He is in the also
If the weather man keeps on pro* prime of life and is unquestionably pies
dieting showers every day be's bound endowed with qualities eminently fit- proper
to strike it right in the long run. ting him for the position. Moreover,
Mr. Root is in close touch with Presi-
The annual appearance of the great. dent Roosevelt, a. d would be able to 0
oat sea serpent ever seems to represent the president's views better 9 1
have to be deferred this year, for some than neny oth career of Mr. Hay in
reason or other the secretaryship of state will make *
ploy of th Panam It exceedingly difficult for his succes-
Employees of the- Panama canal sor to successfully fill his shoes, and
commission will find little consolation readers tie presence of a truly able
in the fact that graves are always kept man in the state department all the
ready for them in the cemetery at more necessary. the
Colon. ___ _-__ -_-__ _y-_4__ strid
inter
Secretary Taft sails from San Fran- FOURTH OF JULY imm
c eco for the Philippines on Saturday. CASUALTY LIST. finan
Aft, his departure, considering the -- pende
fact that there is a vacancy in the of- BirmInggham News. A La
fee of secretary of state, the adminis. *W acrop
tration will have to watch out or this
something may ooze out from under The list of deaths and Injuries re- bank
the ld. suiting from a barbarous celebration tons
of Independence Day is coming in It
Railroad wrecks are expensive. The thick and fast. It was hoped after all for z
latest fgurs reading the lose to theI that had bAn published in favor of a New
atest ure the to the safe and sane Fourth the day would and t
Lake Shore Company by reason of the be observed in a more reasonable way. from
disaster to the Twentieth Century But despite all the warnings and the t
Limited at Mentor, place the amount pleadings the same strenuous, noise lieve
at $355,000 and the loss to the insur- producing and reckless methods pre. nece
failed in many parts of the country assis
ance companies on life csrd accident, and the casualties seem to have been the i
policies $416,000. a total of $771,000.! more numerous than ever. Hundreds Le
The loss to rolling stock alone was were killed, or more or less seriously pract
only $60,000, the balance of the rail- injured. The observance resulted in :out1
i almost as many deaths and injuries The
road loss being represented by settle as an ordinary battle between two that
ments of death and injury claims big armies. nothi
without litigation. Note some Qf the returns from the wond
field of operations. In New York the
WALLACE'S STRANGE IDEA CIty there were five killed and several some
OF HIS RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES. hundred injured. More than one hun. actel
dred persons were injureJ In Newark The
The following concise comment on N. J. At Philadelphia the record was hind
the resignation of Chief Engineer Wal- four dead and more than two hundred respe
lace. from the Montgomery Journal, Is injured. At Cincinnati one was kill. mucl
lae, om the Montgomery Jourl, I ed and seventy-five InJi red. In Lex- as it
about as clear a statement of the case ington county, South Carolina, two ob
as has yet appeared: men were fatally injured and several
We judge from the comments on others seriously hurt as the result
the resignation of Engineer Wallace, of a Fourth of July fight. At Boston
after he had once accepted a job
under the government he no longer
bad any personal rights or liberties.
He was a slave to the government. T ime iIJ-UPO D ur-
He had no right to tender his resigna-s.
tion. In doing so he "'betrayed a A 190, 1@5," a St.
great trust," and lightly treated a and
great honor that had been bestowed ToW the a
upon him. know
We judge, from the way the. news- he w
papers have raved at him, that Wal- 1 7 had1
lace is a great scoundrel. We doubt I of t
from his explanation of his resigna. U4 0 Andi
tion, whether Wallace realizes what usef
a bad man he is. He seems really to as
think he had a right to tender his CM ES this
resignation to the president. He, how- the
ever offered to stay with the govern. the
meant till the government could get orVer the
some one to take his place, even it it count
wra six or eight mouths.oft. Secre. 4 and
tary Taft seems to have thought that J secti
Wallace had so outrageonsly insulted equa
him by resigning and showed himself TV Tw
so unit for public trust that he de. -w vigor
lined to have him further in the gov. In M
ernment employ. The following figures show The Pen. place
The only mistake made -y Wallace saeola Journal's circulation for each avail
ka that he thought be had a right to day during the month of June, 1056, the t
reign after accepting a place with with the average number of copies with
the government. No man ever re- dally: Tb
sins a government position, with a June 1 4,00 June 19 4.460 surv
thirty thousand dollar salary attach- June 2 4,450 June 17 4,40 grow
mt. Jan 3 4450 June 18 4,700 two
Some people have a queer idea of JmM 4 4,700 June 19 ..... host
ther rights and privileges anyhow. Jm.e 5 J..... June o 4, tate
Wallace seems to be one of them. Jitne 6 4N00 June 21 4.,60 serve
Jes 7 5,6 June 22 4,480 Co.n
CHOOSING A SUCC OR Ju 4,0 June S 4,460 and
TO NOINEA HsCCaYR. June S 44ra 0 June 24 4,700 The
TO SJCRETARY HAY. ui, 10 41,4 Jue S 100 Ando


Vlevioas to the announcement yee.
terday that Mihu Root had been ten-
dered the portfolio of Secretary of
State considerable speculation was in:
delgod as to the probable successor of
Secretary Hay, aad the New Orleans
(Picayune. after reviewing the diffi-
culty the president would probably ex-
perence in selecting a man competent
to perform the enacting duties of the
Ire. reviews the situation as tol
btaws:
Ammm thea m meantimoned PO
smble smenms a e mohm Reet, until
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June .1..
June 13 4,40
June 14 4,40
Jue 16 4A00
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June 27 4,460 MI
June 4 M4ar
June 29 4,W0St.
June 80 4,460 cral
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3. MR. IMITH week
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e should b reason in all things, ean e arge u La wve are r utiu nturom
there is less in this annual tre- the teachings of our forefathers gives
dous loss of life and limb under us food for thought, for gradually get.
guise of patriotism than in any- ting away from the teachings we sure-
we can think of.
me of the larger cities are en. -y are.
ng ordinances against the use of All were sorry that Mr. Beard could I
orks in the city limits. All the not finish his address on account of
s should follow their example. his throat troubling him and hope
a policy would result in much tht nothing serious was the matter
noise, it is true; but it would that nothing serious was the matter
result in fewer corpses and crip- stand that he is all right by this time.
and much less destruction of Brother Shelby, as master of cere-
erty by fire. monies, was surely a howling success,
and I wondered as I stood by which
would te the worst to endure to be
roasted by an enemy or toasted by a
U friend.
USINSS PROGRESS Among the visitors from abroad was
OF SOUTHERN STATES. I the Hon. J. C. Spore, of Chicago, Mr.
Jakin Thos. Garrett, wife an' little daugh-
Jacksonville TimesUnin. ter ,of Milton, Mr. Gup Hinote and
4 "family, of Seminole. Ala., Mr. Thos.
S Busby and son, of East Bay, Mr. Jack
-- Roller and family of East Bay, and
r years the South has amazed many others whose names I did not
world by her great industrial get.


es. More recently the banking
ests of the South have shpwn an
sense gain. Our section Js now
cially almost if not quite inde-
ent.
st year a recordbreakolg cotton
was made. It was thought nec-
ry to hold over 2,000,000 bales of
crop for another year. Southern
s were able to give accommoda-
to make this possible.
has been the custom for years
money from the South to flow to
York during the summer season
to flow back in still larger volume
New York to the South during
ime for moving the crops. We be-
that hereafter this will not be
ssary. Southern banks, without
tance, will be able to furnish all
noney neea'ed for the purpose.
ss than a third of a century ago
tically all the property of the
h was wiped out of existence.
gains that have been made since
time, starting from practically
ing, have made for our section a
lerful showing. They prove that
lethargy that is considered in
quarters a part of Southern char-
r is a matter of imagination only.
truth is our 'people are not be-
those of other sections in any
ect, and in business they show as
h enterprise, industry and success
s shown by any people on the


ST. ANDREWS


There was a family reunion and plc-
nic at Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Garrett's,
all of his cfhidren being present to
greet their parents and enjoy a day
free from care together. The young-
est guest was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. Shelby, born June 25, 1905, and
he was the king pin of the reunion for
he Is Ncllie's boy..\
The picnic and fish fry at Mr. A. J.
Busbby's a other family reunion, was &
success in'tvery particular. We know
whereof w@ seak for we were there.
The day .gt ..passed Rleasantly' in
social intercourse and playing games,
intersperseO vjlth ice cream and' other
refreshments. Everything was there1
in plenty and if any one failed to geti
what they wanted it was not he fault,
of A. J.. for he is the prince of enter-
tainers and wanted everyone to have
a good time as the picnic was. gotten
up in honof of his sister, Mrs Sarah
Cox of Evergreen, Fla., and brother,
Tomn. of East Bay.
John Hirst, Jr., did not come from
Mississippi for nothing, for with the
assistance of the sheriff, who loaned
him his rig, he skipped out with Miss
Maggie Waters, of Beulah, and they
were married the evening of the
Fourth of July. I have heard that
they have gotten their things together
and gone to Gulfport, Miss. but am
not sure of their destination.

III


MARIANNA


Special to The JournaL Special to The Journal.
Andrews, July 6.-Much sadness a ia l t, ol TheJourna.
gloom come to our little town on Marianna, July 6 The Fon r
morning of the fourth, when it was quiet, no casualties and no rain,
mn that "Capt." L. M. Ware, as folks lore to the contrary notwi
was familiarly known and called, standing.
passed away just at the dawning Our farmers need rain badly. Ha
be morning. In his death St. a fine cotton crop, never better, b
reows loses one of his best, most the cane needs rain now.
ul and subttial citizens, lie The jump in cotton has pleased t
known in many walks'of life in farmers and they hope it will last
and adjoining comties, and in Court is still In session and dra
state as an active politician of slowly along.
republican party. He wasone of An election was hold in Mariai
pioneers of this part of the bay to decide as to bonding the town
try, and has done much to bbild make certain improvements, include
form the villages round in this better streets and lighting the to
on. As a financier be had few with electricity, and the result was
Is. favor of bonding and the vote sto
Wo years a -he began to fail in 36 to 14.
r and all of last year was spent Miss N. E. Calhoun io visiting h
exico, Texas, Colorado and other brother, E. B. Calhoun, of Pensac
e- in search of health, but to no and other relatives In the Deep Wa
I, and he came home knowing wha City.
end would be, stridolen as he was
tuberculosis of th I throat. MURDER MYSTERY
be end esna peacefully. He is STILL UNS01VE
ived by his wife, two eons, now --
n, two little daughters, bAesldes Miami, July 6.--For over a week t
brothers, several sisters and a coroner's jury has investigated t
of friends in many parts of thit Davis murder case, but no far as 1
e, to mourn his loss. The funeral public is concerned, it remains a m
ices were conducted by Rev. Mr. tery. Never has there been a co
way in the M. Z. Gburch, a fitting ner's jury impaneled ttat has dc
beautiful program be ng. rendered more faithful and painstaking wc
interment took place nl the St. than this one. It was stated last nij
rews eemete*, aWd gMay beauti- after adJourament that during the d
flowers werement by friends. .three new witnesses had been
r. W. B. Wynn aqd family, of amined, and that the nature of t
anna, are enjoying tha breezes of testimony was such that it is probal
Andrews and are located for s0:'- that the guilty party or parties will
months at the 14-,hotel building apprehended. The matter is in t
r. and Mrs. T. Sayles, recently of hands of Sheriff Frohock. who is mi
ny, Ga., were In town Thursday ing a nmot thorough irvwestlgaio
Friday prospeing, with the in- the new testimony and when this
on of locating here permanently,. completed Coroner Heyser will c
e regret to Say our townsman the jury together to render their dec
on Polson is oan Allk Ust the's ion. It is earnestly hoped that 1
k. guilty party or parties may be ci
Mes. Wil f er Parker ani tured. As the days go by the cri
ox of Pfrket ettimO i the funeral seems more awful and diabolical, a
Capt.' Wari" -, when the Utty one or ss are a
r. Biatok w and toured, swit and sure judSmenct AM
bs s he meted ot-o appeal or. IM
0111 ." W hould .. e
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two men were fatally hurt 4 dadseins
of people more or las etjiled. Cb.'
cao's record was one klle ; and a
hundred rInjured. At St. uP fifteen'-.i -
e *.were injured.
-_' -And we call this a patriotic obsern- .
* notable day in the rbistory of America, lpJeb f ut' rmnl.
seem muaX't UWW_ -next to the day of Its discovery. Tho Benlah, July 6.-The Fourth has
list might be multiplied; a majority come sad gAe. The celebration was
of the Injuries are never reported. Bu rd s s and e w
the hundreds of casualties tfrm a few a grand su ce and everYn it
L W A Y. cities referred to above give some pleased with the manner in. whl
Idea of the urgent need for reform in was conducted. That Mr. W. A. BShe-
this matter. The number of cases of by and the committee done their Part
S Guas. Ma&masm. tetanus which results from the han-o-
_atn,,oes without saying. ad It anyone
m ling of Areworks is very large and:o a i ano
seems to Increase each year. Then did not get enoh t t it was not
DOMAT= PRESS. there are the aOhes, the snuffling out the faul a e .-.p.eWapt. even if
Sof eye the tetaring off o fingers, the they came at tne eleventh bor, for
RIN. managing of hands and legs and faces rt ket of chowder
ION AT" from. premature explosions, lockjaw, I there '"" w gr kettles of cwithowdr
and a hundred other kind of injuries and steaming ckettles of coffee .t
S n0 Mot........... m from fireworks, pistols, toy cannon great piles het as and plenty of
Oe u apt le ..et. So s and other dangerous desices bread and r stuff at o'clock when
t "is i lly beiee tar.e i Is is t notg time to stop eiarl think with I let. Me reading of the Declaration
9 a view to making and enforcing laws t
SWeea of. against the indiscriminate use of these by R. Pope Reese was goo, and that
deadly weapons? Heri in the south grand old Delaratiofn should be taugb.t
AP -R FROM WHICH A DETAIL4D there is less recklessness in the ob- in every school under the fag until
oMT OAN S s OURKSA. servance of the day than in the north every pupl, without regard to sex,
and east. This Is not through any occa-
absence of patriotism, jut because of colq .t-al or In part as
MAt Goven aet SbtreL a better appreciation of the situation. aon required. Then they would better
Om Na S it may seem a little hard to the boys understand the significance of thaL
to be deprived of the giaat firecracker. grand old Bill of Rights and what it
the sizzling rocet and all the other
FRIDAY JULY 7 1405 noise producing and danger beating means to them as future Ame can
S7 devices for stirring up things on the citizens.
Se d S o W Fourth, but when intelligent parents The speeches of R. Pope ReeAe, Jas.
bassador Choate and Secretary of War wake up the next morning and read R. Landrum, Hon Jno. S. Beard, Geo.
Taft Any of these eminent men would of the great Independence Day slaugh- R Lndru on o
make an acceptable secretary of state. ter as a result of all these danger. T. Morgan and Hon. T. E. Welles hav-
It is generally believed that President ous things they must necessarily con. ing been commented on in another
Roosevelt desires to keep Judge Taft sider the importance of stopping the issue of The Journal I will only say
as secretary of war, owing to the im- fatalities even at the expense of that th wer ood and to the point
portant problems concerning the Pan- sacrificing the fun of their children. tat hey were good a ti.
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days of each onwth at 7:30 W .M.A17
delegates.We atoaI -1'26be 7r
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MORI AT IET YM VIET-AY y1SINCE THE NEW ADMINISTH
MORNING, CON FDURATE VET- TION, ASUMED CHARGE TH
ERANS AND COUNTY OWICVMA -UWLM ELEMENT HAS N(
ATTENDING ThE SERVICE. | 1BEEN IN EVIDENCE TO A ORKA

rc remains of R. J. Crockett. who b i Cat &an"
S. ,- Wednesday at his hIme on a .l
A. W-right street, near the Garser OT UU'
,.' were placed t rest asye r- Tht the violators of the city or
n:: -n, the services bh g con- n ances are In fer of the new city a
Sir Rev. B. C. Glenn. pastor of m tiistratimo is clearly ehown by t
S..afow Metheaist charch. i AI-e Pr work of the police department durl
;nterient occurred at WhIt- Il . poud -a t .
-. cemetery, near Frry Pu t. L Pterab Jly t.-While no the past few weeks. There have be
-everml members of the family official comarmadt. Is obtainable, the but few disturbances II any se:ti
iried. and was attended by a Asmointed PNm h. been informed of the city of any consequence, a
Snumber of persons, among whosal by an authority ansually reliable that the frequeters Of the police cou
.-eral county officials and me-i .able that o r o ao he e
f .Camp Ward No. 10, United' the admiNlty reo Ived news that forw oeasions have been co
deratee Veterans. of which the the Kante Potekt ae after shipping spic~O~U by their absence.
asked was a member., oal, prorisie asm medicines is During the month that Record
-r w over ten years Mr. Crockett has again at large the Back Sea, and LAey ha presided the number of ;
-: a familiar 1gre about the court that her destl nton Is Bkwn. rests have been tar lesa than at a
i. where ohe .has held a position Whether the report of the sailing time during the past two or thr
his length of me. He was al- of the battleship be tree or not, the years, and the conduct of the cla:
courteous and accommodating crew took a remarkable step yester- ln the tough districts has been mu
f- had a good word for everyone. day, when with all the solemnity of a better.
His illness did not expndr over a provisioal s v.uuacut, it issued a In tact the report of the marshal w
riod ti three weeks. He had been mniafesto addressed to the powers, show that for the past month the
Sil health however. for several tm ec t M vt civl w "ad bee were not quite four hundred arrest
'ars. and while his death is greatly begun agal st the existing regime ln made, showing a falling of of near
r gretted it was not unexpected. Russia aa d pleading the Inviolability one hundred.
T"Ie decoased came to E.cambia of foreign shipping and foreign ports. While the police have been attend
county shortly Pfter the (ivil war, Thjs artns dogbtles was take to lag strictly to their business K seen
having served with dis'inc:ion during quiet e apprhense of foreign that the residents of the city ha
this coonflici and tnok up his residence powers and to leave no excuse for behaved themselves in a more order
a- Ferry Pass. where he resided for the sending of warships through the meaner, thus causing the oilers le
,ani years. He was a native of Ala- Dardaaelles to egect the capture of work and trouble.
I-ama. where he has many relatives, the battleship, which Wtit now Rus-
In honor of his memory the flag at ja'sa Biak B eet ha et dared to lhe Wbueew D a .
the county court house was at half attempt. This is considered a shrewd In nearly every home In New TY
rmast durnng yesterday. The aeceased move oa the part t the mutineers that has windows fronting on these a-
'oat-e a wife. a daughter ant a son. aad stamps the caOnnder of the mnes traversed by elevated tral
The latter, however, could not be lo- crew as a leader far above the class there are one or more particular cas
,.;ed yesterday. having left the city of the ordinary sailor and strengthens loes known as the "elevate cuashoin
S'me weeks ago for Texas. the opianem that he is not a member As their name Implles thW are ed
of the original crew, but one of the -., dn o hc ~h ....., memb tf th.
APACHESHREWDNESS. revolutionaries who wet on board at rest their elbows wen leaning o
we m a's s & W s e 6t e. The IsS mace of the msulfento lends of the window to look at other th
wmSe ma. 34m M **-t k." a certain dignity to the mutiny and passing elevated trates or .wit is g
With the Apacim a really brave proves that the crew and their com- 1 g on In the street below its loo'
man does not ad as hgh b t I public mander have no desire that the world 1ig out of the window habiftC partic
0-:Imation as das a elevteri ta. His should believe them to be mere out- larly a New York one, one that Is a
rhtf elleso f an Apache sand- ws, but that they should be looked ticked Immediately by those comln
olni. lies in hits ability to outwit the upon as men seriously raising the here from out of town Besidents
r, me..says Mr. Cremony the an- standard of the revolution to con-ther ct look out at thetr wln"i
-.o...... ., -- Nothing has been received if there Is anything I- part.iular- go*
rbor otf t h mrbg uwrm the supu ait as that the request ,-ml
I was Wittta s r. Mr. (on y. In for a doctor at Theodosia indicated bere wome and c t
front of my tent. writing a letter, when a struggle for supremacy on the way day and mei womemu nd children t
r. young Apache came up and asked froi Kustenji. night may be ild tfairlty to Ive wit
--riat I was doing. I replied I was talk- According to a rumor printed in their heads projecting from the wli
tl: t.- my friend in Washl gion. afternoon papers the ship's strong box dews. This habit Is not 1*ampted b
,How can you talk to y r tfrel so contained $376,000 and the mutineers any particular curitolty; it is aimp
tar wuyr" would therefore be well supplied with born of the desire to be in touch wit
*'Whm aa Apa he im talk tf money. what is going Mn, though one may be
F to a Is0at ta." I In circles closely In touh with the hundred foet abeve IL-New YorkTril
. i t a himaplem ofa ;I fb revolutionists it is regarded as a fore-UP
'osa Mi d a p m e* a Melt. I ge one comel telthat the commander u
t !k. aet M sweet :e a of the KniRe PoteMalfe, knowing the ne- z-u r-, Ae/ei. -
I -ure of a flower. Instead of ctr s situation In the Cafeasus. will head ,
. white man has these lttle. for Pott or atoam, where the revo- Poverty and failure are self invt
irLich all unadertand." lutionists are exc*eedtiliy strong, in Te dlaster people dread otte 0
The Indian took up the letter and the hope of securing a general rise. to them. Worry and anxiety eVateab
m-ertntui d it carefully. With the authorities in the Caucasus their force of mind and so blMat tbe
"I do not beliew you," he said. "Too almost powerless to prevent it, such creative and productive faculties ths
try to make a fool of me. Tes ltt le a contingency is not impossible, they are unable to exercise them proa
a*m' ae all alike." Dispatches from TIBs received last erly. Fear of failure or lack of faitl
"I willgt you proof. I wil wre on night say that reports of the riot- In oue'@ abilty Is e o of the moMt po
is little piece of paper that the lug at Odemand the action of the tent cases of failure. MaIW
Knua lPoteakine have aroused the spientdid powers have att io
Iq to give you some tobacco. Go ta it mostintense ere and the ildest m lk ces, and somes to
to the store and see if I do not spak joy among the revolut wlsts. The re- a e success, and some y*stt
the truth." ceipt of the report w-a followed im- failure because they set I t
The Indian ratLed the lpap and mediately by a complete strike, even their achievement, beyond which te
was off. A few minutrs later I saw the iapllghtr fQittin g work. The did not allow themselves totthilnk thal
him slowly coming toward me, a piece city is in darkness and the inhabit- they could pass. They put Uisitatilon
of tobacco la his and and a lmek of be- ants generally a"e -eeing to the to their ability; they cast stpimblin
wildrmet on his face. Suddenly his northward. blocks In their way by alming only I
pmia theagdtI atisfaction, n The Emperor NIcbolU 0I. the crew mediocrity or predicting failure fo
be berried lor toswar. of which is reported to have mutinied themselves, talking their wares dow
ITb --t T -a-tt t heoat Constatlne,. is a SM lan iner- Instead of up. disparaging their bus
'v pl eti te thee" IMT e chantman. Colder atxiety *-1s nef and belbttilng ther power.--O.
t I do not believe you. You elt be s t Choiomorets, Marden In Sccess Magazine.
and he had an understanding before ea which was due at Sebastapol Monday, ____
that y might deceiew me. Now if you has not yet arrived. "
will write some more of those little Order has been restOred at Bye.
sign. a paper telling the antler to give lostok. A ceniored teleram received
ma mudh more tobacco ad if he does last night reports that hooting has
then I w13 believe you." been heard, that crowds are fleeing
But the Indian's ruse failed. I id and that wid excitement prevails.
Mt ie- to the oe~et. but no detall are give.

_________________- THE GIFT OF GAB.
Wa. ...... U"*'* F E E
When Gegrge Btepbe00oS was visit
iI KSR SE CI' tlug the seat O Sir dbet Peel .':
Dprytu m eomoainam, ays the writ
there happened to be present Dr. Buck- I - l.
land, the sciestlert, ad Sir Wllisam i IM
h a,,. t *.e e FDOiidv *. lESI U l* ErTa .
land one Of hbf Ineocute theegies nl to


the fo....a*t of ci *dA thoa un-
r,fo)d time to buy another. doubtedly iin the r t, wt withmately
r-. stock still contains vaaqshed by b the omots and or- Composd of Cor.. Oain.
t-- that are desirable atory of at doct~, who was a better UNs" ML aM
'n a late shipment, al mstr t o fec than himnelt. IMlaum Its, le rpow
PNext moritn wvI e I omeag o-er bh
T k e Wa slceMide W*e W dW Foletne -n 6aits speal! fbstiec
and comnided to tht gdathwap the sto- d a gI MIagf
l ry of Ms tallap btbak-rt
DWI i* r WIbsW, Sln4ad with the Ge- a-
Dt- -O:ft o de-
talIst e m is dkft agreed to d r ml*= *
take p e ad afterward Itp.ovc-Mia'a-CO "
AMtl tOlime a!$ aDa ds the subject. d |pI..s. 1m i l
A e disaiU- I itn whichthe w tlee. kdmi.
mas af tw lepot* aslenceld the
G-t one to-day! You'll save m n of T~ p w w- atst eom-.
money on the transactk. peeled to *w0 Mase bihe. Sir am= Ane o.s .
ebert Pealk .h-iNO W at this
eamaple et r- -t" g turned
-to the lmrtW U 1-00k, with a

Why Pay Moe.? I "". F U a
lths-that et Mlow the bove and
SNOr sM6 Smo i mn to me W

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1 1 Now that MajorGetral J. Clifford MW iet t ti present Servicet
14- R.I bster. acidtaat-general of the quat f goods and pices merit it.
he state of Florida. has returnMd to the
rng state, it is probable that something
ea" d -- th.0w ofa.neuS.S^t LET US FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS I
on of tle idf State Troops is to be
ad locad, will be made shortly, says the 1 .11 11 0. -
Ut Jacksonille Tlme*-Union. 1 pguwemt mesewenea 6s.6
o. 1. While It has not been oaicially ad-
snonaed, it is genrally understood
th there will be two encampments A 'A EMBERTE
er I this year. one for the First regiment W a I
i:r iii' S and artillery corps and the other for ,
,,, ^ J 3 t. the Second regime nft. 1ad A a I f
S The companiaes forming the First
-- | regmnent are the Jacksonville Rifles, I I ll
ft _A6,. NftiL\ Jacksonville Light Infaotry, St. Au-
IL've ne D.-s t aUtne Rifles, ermandina Volunteers,
O' aigi : w eatrt Sarae^ tadiBnson Conty Guaich, Suwanee
D.a m amy_ h._^ Aiflm m D OAdes of Live Oak, Columbia Lght DIA O DS
.t earetr: spa %ee 0"Io astISmwa afauatry- of Lake City. Jackson Rifles jW LY
rt hap essS tea.s. Marlana and Franklin County CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES
B*!*?,>s-.rar ; T -uards of Apalachicola. The Chipley STERLING SILVBRWARE,
ni emfS = 1 emUP s iMht Infantry and Becambla Rifles
sm. i vere formerly part of the First regi- ART POT I :KY, OPFICAL GOODS,
v. knowfk mes~so % marU0m wituM -. meant, but these companies have been
l0 s20 mlS w I i 1 abah ,elletSn d 55 a itibanded. CUT GLASSWARE.
sI ""m a" P r S tstInf, a to The Second regiment ih composed
-wa-to 'eip-e l agsi -' 'of Shlne Guards of Orlando. Bradford
SCounty Guards of Starke, Tampa
a ss"onsmtbe LigJht Infa*try, Oak City Guards of EngraVing and FnI MStt l fU ey.
rI al a---i -100sse %-= Daytona, Gem Cty OGuards of iPalatka,
ass a -w es, t Key West Guar, Halifax Rifle of .
woo am blu toWhosumam1118046 Titusville. Miami Rifles, Leesburg Mi Or n Receive
f Gainevlme Guards and Brooks- Mail O dr ReceivePrompt Attention
h- ville 4 duards6.
*" ss,"t 10m 1 a x The Artillery Corps Is a separate -
h- rm '~- 0 w Morganization and 1. not connected
- rwere e gms a g mles i with either of the regiments, but he- f; Ua 08 Uk J ew I lfV 0 .o
at mli_ ae tmteaot l tesi lng located In Jacksonville, will no
oh patleas go fM H.m s ,loubt be ordered into camp with the MOBILE, ALA.
A_ Oft I. ..First regiment.-
t lef I Sea sn 2er w Locations Not Known. ____________ ___________
u. Stior, bo5 Sm While there Is nothing definite
o se dt ka -"+ 5 a5. known as to where the encampments
3g =Me. bnSeeyr01411010Y0- will be held ,it Is said by the military
of ; Wr Iwhiis lteir? m officers that the encampment of the
-a gEsh. and=ff'fa "irst regiment will no doubt be at Y M ONEY
0 -a P a I mn m~AB I ment will be either at Tampa or

h D A a ment will be mae by the adjutant-
Senoral.very shortly in regard to he the be at!
. on w -e M IFcampment.
ly Oil m- 4 em o mar SM 'For Rifle T4am Practice.
th ..Write the Medical Department, D. In compliance with General Orders
a D. D. Company, Chicago, for free con- No. 8, from the ooie of the adjutant- Good C Dffee is as es-
b- siltation and advice." general of Florida, a team from the
Florida 8tate Toosp will attend and B to gm i health
C tparticpate In the national match
n BT ~whiWh is to be held this year at Sea as good w,
I. Girt, N. J., commencing August 24.
S L- -D under the direction of the national
'le boat fIr the promotion of rifle prao When y buy Outs,
at T raFLOOD SUBSIDES "il order states that It I. you areswe t is go .
pt desired that the team from this state ..
SAT BALTIMORE allbe compoa d o the best marks. nds
tho- men In the Plorida State Troops. and
that the members of all organisatlons of Roasted Coffee sa
shall have equal opportunity to com-
y HAQ4 WATER CAUSED BY CLOUD- pete for membership thereon-.
al BURST WILL RESULT IN The general order then continues as
to follows:
T LOSS ESTIMATED AT Prellmary Competitor N
it -" preliminary competition will be Newrleanr ceryC
l "0100.held on the rifle range near St. Augus-W oWand tll
g tine, Fla., commencing August 3, 1905,
t for the purpose of selecting a team Phone 50. JAS. McHUGH, Proprietor.
r By Assoclated Preas. from, the State to compete in the na-
V Baltimore, Md.. July 6.-The flood tional match. At all points where the fl ted 1874.
l- ast night which was caused by the course of the practice prescribed under
8. overflow of Jones IWlls, a stream General Order No. 111, series of 1904,
which runs through the central part has been pursued to completion, those
of Baltimore and which resulted from who have qualified in the first class '
a cloudburst at Timonium In Balti- will be eligible to enter this prelimlna
more county has completely subsided. ry competition. At posts where regu- THE ALABAMA EMRENAU 1, 6
the water in the falls having fallen lar practice has not been held, special A high-grade institution for girls and young ladies-a branch of
almost as quickly as It rose. local competitions are authorized' for Brenau College-Conservatory, Ualnesvllle, Ga. Full courses in Liters.
In the city no lives were lost and this competition; and all officers and ture, Languages, Science, Music, Art, Oratory, etc. College building
the damage will be conflnej! to the enlisted men who at such competitions beautifully furnished, everything new; splendid new pianos. Delight.
Stroots in the vicinity of the falls, fire two full scores of five shots each ful location. Beat accommodations. Excellent faculty. For cata-
On these streets are located a large at two hundred and six hundred yard logue address A. W. VAN HOOSE, or H. J. PEARCE,
number of machine shops and small ranges, and make not less than thirty Asec. Presidents, Eufaula, Ala.
stores, the contents of which have at each range, will be entitled to enter ..
been damaged .but there was no very the preliminary competition. ., , -
1h2avy single losses and the total loss "The inspectors of small arms prac-
is roughly estimated at $60,000. On tice will have entire charge of this- ? Pensacola
the surface of many of the Inundated preliminary competition and will pre- jV r
streets the flood left a layer of mud scribe and publish rules for the same las al h l
rapidly being removed by the street their arrival at St. Augustine report Cl asi alS h ol
cleaning department. Hundreds of in person to the Inspector of small 17Ws190 Prpatr Schd for
cellars were left in the same condl- arms practice at the rifle range and
I thremo wll present to him credentials from Head of the State's Eduastional ey .S 1ll
-In the country north of ,Baltimore their respective commanding officers
ihe storm wd terriayc and the fall of in the form Of a certificate to the et- tBoy and Girls.
rain extraordinary, the people being feet that they have performed 75 per DEPARTMENTS. -
panic-stricken for several hours andI cent of mzilltary duty during the pre- Oe the^Tery best secnejuw
pany fleeing for their lives. The s- cedsng year and that they have quali. Collegiate, agh'erisc "One of the'very best sehof a
burban towns of Mount Washington, fled under the third paragraph of this Graduate, Law, MIcols in thane Uvth.e---Prof. Wat
Lutherrille, Cockeyville. Melvale and order. By the term military dlay, isMedcn, Pharmacy. Th sitn Analersioty.
other points were hemmed in until! meatt padres. drills, encampments inhe Seith Annual S1 ao wl 05
an early hour this morning, but so hnd other duties oft a similar nature. The Pensacola Classical School a
tar no report of the loss of life has Complten ef Team. Library contains 4,00 volumesNew nishes the elements of a soaound e
been received. The Intervening farm i w Team. Library contains 4-^. vme ew n to
lands were Inundated, fences every- "The team to be selected will con. water w eltic lI ers every advantage for pre,
where were swept away and small sist of a atailn, a team coach a tral heating yssum Ne. ratIonfofers t est aatsge fopr.
buildings along the falls from the team spotter, twele pncpls and Mi.C. bufdly tlea and scienticc leeols, i tiv s.
Washington to the Pennsylvania rail- three alternates. ... A. bd, t.ieion- tr y.
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road bridge. Scores of small farmers "The Inspector of small arms prac- 667 STUDEBN o instructor are ty
Were compelled to aban4on their tice- will, Immediately upon the con- The Fall terIm blm ped teachers in the deopeartlst
houses an&c flee for their lives, in some claidon of the preliminary competition, Sept. 11. 094. Address work tea which they Instruct.
instances their homes, cattle and wa- certify to this ofee the names of those FRANCIS P. WAW Prlt, The pupils received ar limited
gCns being carried away In the flood. whl have been selected for the state Chapel Hill, N.C. such a amber as will euare a C
No accurate estimate of the losses team. Said succeleful competitors ..., ....... ul supervision of the work of ea-o
Icn th country can now be made but wiftbe required to remain on the St. The Individual Is the unit of lnsru-
the aggregate will be large. AugIBtrse range for practice until the proper diselpline in 4-aMp, pan may o. .n
Some apprehension was .felt as to tinge xed tjr their departure for Sea make arrangemuats for the abslst- S udent Labatories for studeogi ,
the safety of the railroad bridges near Girt the other contotants will be re- ence of contestants scieuce. *
1"altimore, but all these have been tulmad to- their home stations as soon Colonel Car"n to COh. A large, well-equtpped gymBaMmi
found to be secure and the trains on as the prelijfnary competition has The following details to the Flor- and a systemstle course Inhpayst
all the roads went out on schedule beeut ocluded.
Sthe roads went rarout on scheme hae been kedbee IIda Rifle Team for 190M are asunaced. I culture insures a healthy growth E
Uae to-day. rasta te baccont of th and the officer wfl be respected ad: the body to accompany and strengtBj
SS ed. oe ad s rI will be pubs- obeyed accordlhtgy: I the aetal development.
De'k Str Sttedb-"To be team cwth, Colonel Itoert Why sed yr son or jjM'
Cronstadt. July 6.-Uhe dock labor. Fr. Carlton, general staff. away to college btor prorly- pf
W a strike here lhes been settled, the paNu oIotm et A ut ne.* "To be team" egtat:i. Oktia armed for college work, when evl.
osermelial transport eompales re- "'tb making ofetr at St. A- gene S. Masters, Pit jifm ry. advantage for lStag sad mtn p
"efog the hour of work to *ae hours ga4si M# WMldp tentage, fuel and "Tbhe rubs 4a1 liat ; o 8oal attention are offered here M
dagr tay and leearssng the va'sr -AM -l preros attending the Ing the national t atch ss o hme?
-wages 1 per cent. a, I wa ar- aa foan a Gead uati- (tk 41 A- the a g eetalea de fttNter la illib -
wa a* @ th tt atei n of their war dspartaest. m- a odat Rateh address
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There are cases where an operation
b .e only resource, but when one con-
derM the reat number of eases of
aria nand womb trouble cured by
Igdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound after physicians have advised
operations, no woman should submit to
o"e without first trying the Vegetable
a)pouind and writing Mrs. Pinkham,
IqnL, Mass., for advice, which is free.
Mlm Mariret Merkley of 275 Third
Otmet, Milwaukee, Wia., writes:
ear X Pinkham:-
SLos of swtrength, eztme nervoumem
o ans through the pelvic
being do pins and m mped
m to eaek medical advice. The doctor, after
*Jking an examination., mid I had ovariaa
tumble and ulceration and advised an opera-
tiO. To this I strongly objected and decided
to try Lvdia E. Pinkhsmn Vegetable Com-
po The ulceration quicVy ueale l
Sbed symptoms disappeared and I am
ew morestrong, vigorous and well"
Ovarian and womb troubles are stead-
fly on the increase among women. If
the monthly periods are very painful,
or too frequent and excessive-if you
have pean or swelling low down in the
I left side, bearing down pains, leucor-
rhoea. don't neglect yourself L try Lydia
I. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
son


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just recCied some
creations in


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handsome


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


eyelet


wide silk ribbon,


French heel in following


Burnt Orange,
Broken Chocolate,
Pearl Grey,
Bottled Green,
India Red,


$3.50
Pair


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O .WAGER ACCIDENT-
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DAUOHTEf Or THE. KING. Before starting home he baght a LA _10 LA
"T Daughters of the Kaftg wmi nickle's worth of cqnty and as she THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIEt Vicksbtrg, Miss., Jul r 6.-The 10e,
have their roguir meeting this after opened the sack toi set the c Beatolss ti sde only harmss les- C -mile Jaumt on foot of D. P. Rans,
noon at 5:30 in the choir room of stick he stammered: "lay, wonok, l oi Ut*Mt omplet.sy obliteratest I L Cleveland, Ohio, with a wheelbar'
Christ church. Please bring the bags 'sposen' we save the rest of this hIere eM bl-msahes, reesaa o 0 worry,d row in front of him and. a bulldog t
Sandy for the chlldra." eoistoyouth hi heels, terminated abruptly to-day
Miss Alma tinch and her sister Well-why not? She may have beelq ad age sto'l like a mantle from the fa*,. by the death of the young man.
Miss as have gone to Mobile on a strugxilng In the frying pamn till even sa nisI the k l A soft. as sd t Evans left here Wednesday morniAg
visit to friends. the re~an gre ofasaggingt Imet& wt kleor blemshreal.Joe&* s
visit to friends. the mean re of a ag g, stit teadoh tera at o'clock on his way to Jackson, g-
lookingn' ahead" man ofef at least Chemisis and pert DermsesaOltst.. I jug via the dirt road. He had reached,
Mr. J. M. Roberts returned Sunday the blessed relief of a change. b* ass. but ooe b ws ey a point about four miles east of the
from a visit to Loeulville, New York ,-- at tweatf-o r sol sedfbymeathheWsame city, and had just left the home of a
and Porto Rico hMRS. ROSENAU'S OWNER FOR wonerfirsaits. lease ols moves e well-known country family, where he
J M CMMR. AND MRS. FO OHEIM R nKLS, LCK 4D. PIx'M I, had inquired the way, when, after go.
Judge and Mrs. E C, Maxwell. two Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resesau eater- wI LKLta. OCARS, AALI, POX dr ft ing a hundred yards or so, a shot was
children and Miss Raney are spending tainted delightfully at dinner Wednes- TINO sad allS DbLFI L RG MX luheard by those who had a moment be-
a week or ten days at Brookdale up day evening for Mr. Edward For- OU.7A A IIe. tore bade him farewell. Evans con*
the Sound. schemer and bride. Per e by leading drgiets or seat thrived to reach the Hayne house. It
ud Ten guests enjoyed the eight te die t BERRY CHEMICAL C. was at once seen that he was badly
Miss Evelyn Youngblood of Carlo- courses, the decorations being fens ERRY CHStLoul. woun a e en that .
ville, Ala., is visiting Miss Julia Lee. anLi.wud Palms- ,uth. Yok dfreeon t mEvans's statement was that in push-
a Besides the boat and hostess and eIsutS ook masled frees poa request. ing his wheelbarrow over a rather
Mrs. W A. Bond and children ansf Mr. and Mrs Forschelmer, tbose round rough piece of road his pistol, which
Miss Elise McNeal, who have been the handsomely appointed board were, he kept in the body of the conveyance,
visiting Mrs. S. Meade Wilson left Mrn Zeikel and Miss Zetkel of Phila- D was Jostled to the ground, causing an
yesterday for Monroevelle, Ala. delphia, 'Miss Zimmern of Mobile. Mr. t I I wag Jplosion. tohe ball truck him in the
F.eplosion.The ball struck him in the
and Mrs. Adolph Greehut, Mr. Ru..rang e
Sanr d Mrs. Adolph GreenM t, Mr. RuH ih. ^/ ~lower part of the abdomen, ranged up.
Mr. and Mrs. R 0. Saltmarsh enter. dolp Flashner and Mrs. I. B. Hirch- FOR ClHARITY ward, passed through the lung and
ta!ned a few friends on the bay Wed- man. out through the right shoulder.
nesday evening (or Miss Raney of After dinner Mr. and Mrs. Roseasu As soon as possible a physician and
Tallahassee. and party aaojourned to the Progress an ambulance reached tne place, an'
Club euchre and dance, except Mr. IT WAS ARRANGED AND CARRIED the wounded man was brought here
Miss Cornelia Puleston of Monti. and Mrs. Forscheimer who chaperoned THOUG ELY BY THRE t a hospital. Everything possible
cello, Fla., who has been visiting Mr. a party of young people to Electric THROUGH SOLELY BY THREE was don e for him, but deathng ponsued at
and Mrs. A. C. Blount at Florence on Park. RAILROAD MEN. a late hour this afternoon.
the bayshore for two weeks past, is Evans was a Kentuckian, but had
receiving many pleasant social atten- Just try Blue Ribbon Lemon and lately lived in Cleveland, Ohio, from
tions from the younger society set. Vanilla Extracts and you will always whence he started in May, 1904, to
use them. Ask your grocer for Blue The charity picnic given at Mag- win a $16,000 wager. He was on the
Miss Lizzie Carr of Chicago, is the Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Takes nolla Bluff on the Fourth was not, as last lap and within winning distance
ruest of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Radcliff. less. Flavors perfectly. has been erroneously stated, given by when death overtook him.
Miss Carr lived' In Pensacola about the railroad conductors or any partic- He leaves a brother, Ward Evans,
eight years ago and her old friend. INDIANA BANK Wit.8. BE ular branch of railroad men, bu t at Bueas Vista. Ky., and his fiancee,
will be pleased to learn of her pres- ular branch of railroad men, but it ss Bessi Smith, of Ls Angeles,
ence. PERMANENTLY CLOSED. was the product of the labor of three Cal.
SBy Associated Pr railroad men only-Messrs. Geo. Hoff- He requested that he be buried here,
Miss Genevievesit ols on returnedlastle, C- eown, d., July rsdent man, engineer; R. I. Kearney, fore- and requested F. J. Fisher, an under-
evening from visits in Louisville, Cin- Hagertown, Ind., July S.-President taker, to take care of his faithful dog,
cinnati and other points on the Ohio. Mason, of the Commercial Bank, to- man-blacksmith; and Wm. Hoffman, "King Ned."
day issued a statement that the bank foreman-boilermaker. It was at first thought that Evans1
Miss Glendorf of The Glendorf would not again open for business, and These gentlemen individually and had committed suicide, but all the
,Farm" aftor spenn'ing a few days with it is expected that a receiver will be alone arranged for the picnic and to circumstances point to the accidental.
Sfriecnds leaves this morning for home. named. Mr. Mason said an examia- heir eorts must be ascribed th vans had made many friends here
tion of the bank's affairs has disclosed their efforts must be ascribed the during his brief stay, s!nce last San-
Mr. and Mrs. Laz Jacoby and family a deficiency of assets and a confused credit for its success. urday at noon.
have moved down to their bayshore condition of the books. The cashier. Unclaimed Prize.
home at Fisherville for the summer. John Bowman. committed suicide July A <*eftion of Xxuse.
3. The bank was a private Institution. One prize yet remains unclaimed, a "How will you have your eggs cook-
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. owned by Mr. Bowman and Mason as hat, drawn by number 771. The holder ed?" asked the waiter.
Rolfs-formerly Miss Gila Gonales- partners, the business having been of this number can secure the prize. "Make any difference in the cost of
will be pleased to learn that after a transacted entirely by the late cashier: by calling at 803 EBast Be.mont street. em?" inquired the cautions customer
pleasant time in Washington. D. C., The deposits were $20,000. The gentleman who received the with the brimless hatandious custombeard
they spent the Fourth gaily in New barrel of flour turned it over to thewith the brimless hat and faded beard.
lork whence they sail to-day on the ---, Sisters of Mercy., "No.
French liner LaGascogne for Havre. FALLING HAIR STOPPED. MThen cook 'em with a nice sllce of
S-- POPULAR YOU COPLE ham" said the customer, greatly re
Miss Edith Luske expects to leave Saldness Cured by Destroying the P lived.
Monday o Chicao. WEDDED WBDNE$0AY NIGHT.
y r ago. Parasitic Germ That Causes It.
4oskfaxst Table RMepartiee.
The regular weekly euchre and Baldness follows failing hair, falling Mr. Dillon Touart and Miss Mamie "Will somebody please chase the cow
dance at the Progress Club Wednes- hair follows dandruff, and dandruff is Collins, a popular young couple, were down this way?" said the funny board-
day attracted the largest crowd of the the result of a germ digging its way wedded Wednesday night, the eere- er wllb wanted some milk for his cot-
summer season. Mrs. Vidal won the into the scalp to the root of the hair mony being performed by Rev. Father fee.
first prize and Mrs. S. A. Friedman the where It saps the vitality of the hair. Pullerton, in the presence of a few" said the landlad ron-
second. To destroy that genm Is to prevent as friends. Jae* said te landlady Ion-
4 well as cure dandruff, falling hair, and, After the marriage the bridal party ically, "take the cow down where the
Mrs. J. J. Bewon entertained a lastly, balotaess. There is only one went to their new home on Garden calf is bawling."-Kansas City Jour-
party of little folks at her home 19 preparation known, to do that, New- street, where they were surprised by nal.
East JacKson, Wednesday evening -bro's Herpicide, an entirely new, scil a large number of friends, and given
from 2 to 4 and' her guests had a lovely entfic discovery. Wherever it has a reception. Libt on a Mysterry.
time. been tried it has proven wonderfully Mr. Touart is a member of the Pen- When you go to the city and see the
successful. It can't be otherwise, he- sacola fire department. multitudes of people you wonder how
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerkens and a party cause it utterly destroys the dandruff they all live, but after the city fellows
of filends spent the Fourth picnicing germ. "Destroy the cause, you Farewell to Peace Envoy. get through with you the mystery is
at the beautiful home of Capt Axelton remove the effect" Sold by W. A. ok, Jul6 e e not so great as it was.--Jewell (Kan.
up east bay, where they enjoyed a D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, T okie, July 6.-The emperor gavela Republican.
good dinner, most beautiful scenery 121 S. Palafox street, Pensacola, Fla. a farewell audience and lunch toBaron Republican.
and the finest water in the state. Send 10c. in stamps fqr sample to The Komura envoy trom Japan to the ap-
Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. preaching peace conference at Wash- Language most shows a man: speak
Mrs. A. Zeikel and daughter Miss ington, and' the staff of the Japalese that I may, see thee; it springs out of
Rita, left yesterday for Mobile after a N' peace commission to-day. tlb Inoant arts of na.--Re Jaonon
delightful stay with Mrs. Dave Dann-
helser.
ble n.e: Mrs. A.. sickls T The C Journal's Dai Fashion Feature
Mobile nem: Mrs. A. Sickles and
Misses Rita Sickles and Yetta Zim-
nwern have returned home after a
short visit to Mrs. Dave Daunheisser
of Pensacola where they went to at-- Index System
tend a reception given Mr. and Mrs.
I is the most convenient
Mrs. W H. Ching of Mobile is thea
guest of Mrs. Bowman on Northccurat system for
Hayne. keeping accounts which
has yet been devised. .
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK. You can buy complete
FOR POPULAR VISITORS.
Wednesday night at Electric Park by Card Index
the younger set of Jewish boys in
hInor of Mr. Walter Iabman of Outfits
Moog) and the following visiting Her .
younr ladies, Miss Reba Marksteiu of
Anniston Miss Kate Steiner of Mont-



the strains of "Home. Sweet Home" C, L I
sounded, all departed reluctantly re- _
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grt-tting Mr. iJoaman s departure
Thursday as he has made many
friends while Mr. Moog's guest.
HAY RIDE TO BAYOU I
FOR MISS CALHOUN.
Mr. George Clutter gave a bay ride
and crabbing party at Bayou Chico
Wednesday night in honor of Miss
Bessie Calhoun of Marianna
After the fun of crabbing the pArty
enjoyed baith!ng while* the crabs were
cooking on the beach and enjoyed a
crab supper before driving back to the
city.
Mr. flutter's guests were his hon-
oree Miss Caihoun. iss Mamie IP l
Denham, Miss Stellar Denham, Mis.
Irene Minor. Miss Bertha Stewart. Mr
Charles Ross, Mr. Chapman. Mr Ous
Willas. Mr. Water Bennett (of Talia-
ahasee). Mr. T. T. Phillps, Mr. J. C.
Jones, Mr. Leonard Gonzalez.
WH14Y NOT?
The Richmond Misomrian says the
stingiest mans lives a Ray county.
He was married by a Justice of the
peace saud paid o boll ia tur ps.
Plr a wedlag t hp be took his brbde
to wchamx tIn.* NWls-agWm, ape
for a weod dif d r ay.te a dae-s
worthe 0 dSa e seN o c 1 amrs .


Hundreds of

Happy and

Satisfied

Persons
visit The Kandy Kitchen
daily. They are happy
because of the pleasant
surroundings sad 4 ftis
because of the pfty swt4
DELICIOUSNESS OF
OUR ICE CREAM
AND SOOA1L


SOME MODES IN LINGERIE.
The corset cover and the skirt Illustrated are from Parisian sources,
and afford some good and novel ideas in both construction and style. The
cache corset is shirred at the toa, beth front and back, and the requisite
fitting is deftly accomplished with a series of tucks at the waist line. Hand-
kerchief points of embroidery trim the fronts, and the edge that is used is
carried up over the shoulder, the strap thus supporting the cover in place.
The skirt is constructed with a pointed and -itted yoke, which eliminates
all possible fullness at the walstlae Sad over the hips. The back Is cut
with a bias seam in the center. the At st the -top being quite smooth; and
the fastening Is effected at the lft ide of th nt, so that there is ao
danger of a gaptg plattet hole at a bk0. the & oatie Is appHid .
ntee degth, thi. bentg full Cl t 4aobable, aad two tri" a
wit floanbces are poe _4 this.= aId- for t""intag e L
Te oadatiston and flounce has 1 (20jeloth) laternhIat tht

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the mash is fermented in perfect tem.
peratures. Then it is twice distilled
in copper. The whiskey is aged
for years in oaken barrels.
You get pure old rye when
you call for Old Quaker. Don't
let the dispenser give you just


whiskey."
Phons 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,
40-406 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.,
PeNacola, Fla.


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SAYS ALL WISE DOCTORS. CVREAIA ARE JUST TE THING.
WE HAVE ALL BRAND.
CREAM OF WHEAT, SHREDDED WHEAT,
FORCE, QUAKER OATS,
SCOTCH OATS, RALSTON BREAKFAST FOOD,
CRACKED PEARL WHEAT,

So/ Coahn Co.
The Pue Food The Store that Feeds
Stoqe 1Phonesl78 and 480 the People.


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la al w bow shoes for smsiw wear.
THEY ARE STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
Like usual our reputation for the past nine years tells
you we stand behind every sale.


No AfterRegrets Goes with 8hoes You Buy From Us.



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I P'rCai.r ji REAL ESTATE 'R SALE
SI father leemation a s We shall be glad to communicate
TIa O L SR Y YurIherm a," Millview, r la. add'w ith those deirng to buy or seU prop- .
FOR S ALR AT A BAGOA*I-1 lan- Special attention to Rents. Insur- YOUR REAL ESTATE HOIING" PROFIT W AWDU '
Sdau and Haraius, 2 Drays and Har- M Maklg Loaas, and to the Ooe WIn .y two b-room houses, renting YOUR RENTS OOLLWoIU D AND RBMIT'- PO Y
ness, 1 Pair Platform Scales, 1 three- tlon of laterest. for $120.00 per year. This Is a de- YTOC TAXES AND ASSE4MENTS GIVEN PROMPT AT
haOU ivBewd m m r---- mA. J eabIr Jersey cow wit hl alt. I tw gFOR, SAL. cided bargain. Only good for a day or TION?
Ib(Xa Pcoen1 reAi l cI e tw Mahoney, 922 N. Davis Bt. 2jiylw room house newly papered SUAN U ?
Sit would a r AL-Thre s-toot "silent pated, on t YOU TROUBL) AND ANGBD BY RPAIR NICEB?
-| _1 The B B alTOh"S^ ho w oo tslntnancar line, lot hti0. will buy a SE-orom Ca YOU TsNKINYO p BUYING OR SELLING
S" show cases. Lightman Bar. Good barain at .... 1100.00 Hill, coveaIe4t to car hne; large lot. Y
will b xpre d two ears o w . Phone 112 H a b1o.rn -lot. we make a specialty of Real tate Rents, collection,. Fire
S50110,W. arde treet .srae nd all matters pertaining to Real Estate. We respetf
--SA I am Florida State Agent 4 lots W. LaRua sreet .... M.0 solt your patronage and guarantee satisfaction.
II& rf.t_ Tol r Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions to .................... .....1500.1 V1800.O-Fr cottages on East Gregory street; ood re
Smanufactured by Alpine Safe ani 3 of the prettles lots .n New -- Plam l llding *1700.OO-Comfortable one story dwelling frona$g7 Little Ba
V have mm mood vmd A A N Cmay of Clanti, Ohio. 1 it-y ..................... -j R convenient to Electric Line.
it R Ou' t~rmCasnualfote wit e efor prices arFOR RENT. $1200.OO-tory and a dwelling. containing 5 rooms witha
Sopmes a terms beforebuying elsewhere. Scar- 132 E Chase St. ............ 15.00 NIs IlanOOu two acres of land, the city lits; near Electric Car line.
re-,* ....... . |I610Zl 3. Jaekso S t., newlyIa- W _ _
S"--I Spered, bath ................. 17. ild you a house, I will give you
F- OR SALX-17%foot slIop riggs1 612 W. Main St. .............. 10.00 pri e on material. P. 0. Box 288,
*11.* P ootbeam.hT |e 71yard:; 'Phone 310. Joel Prater. Yard at BayT
PensacoaihIcan vass. In good condition. A bar- |. DvNOW & C len Street Wh-rf. 30junelm* Ot&
Wlad i iiefii 2,l .Ide oo 2, :agaL.S.nBROW N cc 8.Co-a.MOjuneWm T 72.o a. P&12C.
A. H. DALEMBERTS, City I fo0 St. 3junelm ,PIANO TUNING. LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENT
W. 1. KNOWLESIL Pres. AMIM OR IA -- .. 200 Thei sen Bld'g I am prepared to do tuning and re-. Pa, are tt
L-IL 4110006 u FOR SALK-ntfuW. a.W --- block Pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 -,,..P-.-f,- a-- -aden Streets.
J. I .L.TILLUAM. V.P... .... ... a KNOWLRIWS"V Trues. '.Now City, alsI"several lots overlook-. Telephone 01 yarpractical experience in the
5 REAL IETATL. LOAMAL vI ag the ci lalock 80, New City; also Telephon91 ,
11...... .. S. --- other lots is a ad around the city. Very, ory treet ensaola. 5unelime

..AN D- un 4,700.J. c. Pebue. I weor.l angd Rlline. Parties destip to make the trip up o R E DAL SCHEDUL
WAN7=g H.UJ B-WA# F POR SAL--Steam Atto, almost new NICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent, the sound to ry Either, anl Free. por -team ODirio
TWANTED r 1 WANT -D cash, part cash or real estate ex- with privilege of light b .ANTED-Any girl in need of f d- YOUNG ..change.Call at room 4, 7% Palaox Block and alt from Palatox, 219. te r Captain Fritz. W make le ath room and lare RAILWAY CO.
ship.help...calwSjunalm Government St. 23Junelm weekly trips, leaving Bay1en street ply 331 E. Roman _y..
ship. help. advice, etc., '~ ~ lone explain how we teach barber wea-
-,EnV and witingasistance by w1 r 15 I&fw u WadtOR aALd.--rwwharfevery Thursday morning at 6 ho for the
r to the Matron of the SalV Barber College, New O ng l, sound and anin gocdNewly frshed rooma o 'Ight o que b ede FOR RENT.-Lowr floor of desirable Ba
u. Home, 3-d S. and ave- ege, eans, condition. Also one 2-horse Stude housekeeping. Cheap. 810 s day. Capt J. N. Rogers. 15)elm* dence on North Hill, unfurnish.- avy Yard, and Por
. E. ria.l.mWi baker S.-residenceionNorthHillu[lrdsNnaavyYardSt.andd.Address44Fo
E.. Birmingham, Ala.. .. WANTIOD.-A boy about 1 y al r wagoW. S. Gared. Mane ." Sta 1e* GULAR MAIL LUI-G oo convey. ;29J un "c -w:1am ar F5t. Branas
to atte toy ut m15 ywas odO R SALE.-HiHal aterest go d CAMPING PART am secure ex- ance fr traveling public. Daily ser:50m a Ft. Barrancs 1
ANTED-Po s work aroun house. APPly oWs a manatuingb-:iness; abou. collent accommodations on nmnets vice ach way. From Chiple toDa .OR RENT.-ResIdence lately o :50pm a Ft Barraa
nced malman. Giltedged ocal Chase St $100000re edood reasons for el- ao at bank fruit and poultry hea Addres. Tule Chply cpied by Dr. W. Hall, No. 111 W. pm ar t. Barranas
.rences. Address "J. titeM. 0L W Ti C D. S ea..diere .. t ou ng. Address Manufacturing, care farm. Finest bathingl ishlng and |. 24ah Laf.a street. Apply to R. M. Cay, e 1pm ar F. Barrancas
r.ne tAis WATe- e e indto ere1nt Journsal. 14 a elm selling. Take mai llauch Ruth. Ad- 43. Palafo str eet 7 une 9 aUdarY. SryU
Sand Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglr Proo SR JSAIX -At a merifon, future dress Miss Anna Carlen, Mary wther, REAL TATTra
SwANTED.-Te Mero aten T Safes and Vault Fixtures of every M s accoa. Fla., 15anelm. M. S TAT l all pa of .. FOR RENT-Twenty-room -ouse, cor. Pe ro Barra
o wants your mouar g and bhaor- description. Writ me for t 338.140 3. Intendena.I Tla I Ye A buy the 14d aMd we WMI ner Barracks and Zarragousa street. 8:0a
,, ,r oe 78 B 1r- .Scart Moreno. .lor t FOR 3 .-Ten .. i I ad The Cat. Baker house, large and b house Og time pay. Stable for N. Appl
i Sjune. I glue in good running Condition. CSA mFlnservmlle, newly paint"dand papers Zml, : n Pa
ST per h red go tw tWANTED.-Two good cans-~I~ be seen at Pensaools Iron Works & ed. Bathing, boating and fishing. ITALOUIQ- I& Diamena 1 SI06 nr m hou 11 Wm ar Pensaola
ipps tobacco tagsp Th Fr West- wanted; will pay stra vassers Supply Co.'s. Apply P ers Sam Terms $7.50 per week. Special rateae 0l OR RPNT--oom housed 111 W : r .P
,-, a. Jobaon t.s. To F. W-wnte rill mn Addreah S., Journal tBakery. 16June to families. Mrs. fmnate Rettangar, epslre ean bort anle. N0 g d Cervantes. AJ modern convne-en
::t- W M.Johnsok i n- Sol c. the right men. Address S., journal Ungare 1 with SOUCL V U %
S.m oace. 27June. FOR SAL.-Horses for sale and alA-o marlshed rooms for light ho sekeep West Wrmient L., Pe ces and in good repair. w$5.00 pr SUNDAY SCHEDULE
S tAWANTED-AigAgets& d trs9 n for hire. Kentucky Stables, cor. Je. lag; Phone 983, 3 rigs. month. D. Hale Wilson. Ima Electric car will leave Pa
NTD.-A light second and si. v Wt person and Zrross Sts. oe Well, 11el every hour from a. to 1
S --- CahieeryWes tF lorida town to w ftSeat oo ONZY T .O, Lg p. Bi It D ltand eFeia
be cd et forr cash. Jrat e 116 ,a mrdent race. H. w. 7 Jl op. 16unelm. ROO AND BOA D.-Dellhtr lo- CENTS per d, we will l inclusive d atura o
S. Ge. Agept Maryland Casi ty Co. FOR SALE.-1 8-hole range, lout tc on _O n Shore; boating. bath- dead h kfl4 Sa0W4*SI.W e r.. ena r and som wi
An- T. -. P p ears l 1( door ot ir brooder, 1 lot partridgel g and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C 1,5 Us t j t6 Mt*g a. e d [ a ad oth
K A TED--To buy for ctst, a eger ..nyd -ar- -- R ve J nnd. sod on ut 10.. p. m, aa e bU
Ea A ationlo kCOmet F ej Cochin Chickens, 1 oyster shell grl4- lerman, It riherfUle. Junm. BroL 88 e t a r


o\ ANTED. e eo e. ,ne b en a N. Y. 13tt anch e we boftly. 1- W meS U* to all cast) oa b Bei ntiaou wt h ee thrs -
i:c. sJetae iean Ayud d Jas. --enr r oot Galv anized Po and pn RENT- Furnished r A lroom. att e PLs hchm, w will r i MA .il


r.,eshme.t stand at the deapot tr e' 25J-ne or rent. 1t housekeeplas.,801 W. ..ectrle c will leave Pensa
SO Sn- i b at0. Pe s c l tlet i 12:.. 1: 0 2:50.3 2:kr50, 4:50,tE : 50K B 7 o H
nIN ever' thing in the way of refr- R SA -Fiesh btter, ceam, eSALE--TinaiL-tracnsr lands *@ey e:81taken5oa
mients. Century. Fian. 1aelm* sweee t lzm in INelm d RoRT phS 10 *M w mC el teO. wOa7o ho -e- 9 dand 10 p. i, running th o
_ _ _ s w e etam i l k a ndob ut-e r m i l k ,I d o- Oi t e c u t e f W4 00 1 1 11te m0 .WC 1 11le hsto a "E o a "
-ATE.ou to -"l lve-t a.t P o. 40l tra loa. pres Gadsr I41tt sr, will And The Jo urn al Wast taed o. or em lood -" t duringg from Big Bayou to )Pa
pooed or get your hair cut at Belmot seet oe 07. 7lyim, Phone 285 Pemsaa. ,s 1-te Ads a great help. at lowest *n.. Lesli 3e, a ~ Baech will await arrival of

er. T. N. lcata Pp. Everythl t years old. hnds sound and gea or ln pert dit e. ill roms withot andcold water reeel i forwards friht frnm F Por s ahead. the
m ew. alnelm t. e. AlIo regirS ered brood mare. A. cash or or1 tiA A real beain. w at. r o wam ih ot and otpod e.t e p oi o 1t 6 s. .... o a ,lleu r f h om araines.il

sweet F StlkuSacPatweroaoro-ainr THE WreT _IrL WOOD R eCa g soWee. *i m a _. A. W T. O car schedule and will work In c
p Letyur dnamd your fans, etn. Sewl M o s n one supply you with stove block,- T Wsa da, ..M.,.r ithM coen for Canada, ..exi* Lion wit) it.
Syone 570. Perdnao Electdrc Co., fine Jerey cow. Apply 405 Bel- oak wood, split wood, pe knots, or W opes pain. Roodes Ijght a eam so, Havana Cubs, European points
carer utetdeacaog atd ]Baylen saeesE. month. Phone 07. 1j0y7 w kindling. Ring, phone 18. C. H. deaU. Transit trade olloeted, 75.... .e .-
'emtEn rS. FOR SAI&-The bet wa elons ,T Williams, popimor, or. a S, 5, ,s, South Palatm. Je. S. N-alas, MOUY WA li ._sn s saT~ e p t W
S Tthe city aP be foyned G Ice at c.an. Jackson. Sma-- --- p --r. oi" sW --RT c un d The Southern press Company...----
L. MoRAsso & CO. rcelved another stastine gepmripos's, 1te rr Tarme.oa .o C alE.-ol-rooea h4usso moetadcdwoperates on 30,e miles ofu8aw ( Swa
h.pment of imported pure olive oil. St. 2junelm* lot 3 blocks from Palafo loet 1a ^- M- 8 la n-dri .,e O, s Ap. ,f -am-e ---------m1, Be.
: retailed in gallons, half gallons RIC N W.BA pre s .s 12 en car ue. For pS trtmar 14. MVOl OANE es r Ma o te seo TA
/-,.+V --" A N.D-T. Ma.. ..e- w ,. a.!t w utAND C MEAL LL .... F 3i--. W. .allard, Sla-- "-O.- ,5no v --- it--,- -- R S CA P ASS , ,
D-Tu pele or P -- eS 3et D O want to buy or sWll an. thi R D A LS T. w or Y" ST-CtG PASapER
T a Adw sorie the problem for AoR nS aECT--Tio r M tore,. 1 ittle wat ae i, l bri dCal CICE NMBAAND PURE OROUNS So. forms a ufled soe, ooMtatM g
-' are expe' detectives, and can and 1M f Thr-ma street. 'The tsSt 1* tOGO 2ae UNUXTJBD amount of toUty lo0 the larget system of\heMn -Between-
S-he a you are looking for it Desirable tier aeuimtie pr, oses u y lt " y ye vmbr ,e and ste k tees from on all w a k the largestt yte of the .. .d h
. included in the 25,000 or 30.000 warehoe. Apply to the. Pebley ths .bome peautfPclurer, eacoaragemg mOel am" ** **: as oa the vorid. PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APAL
]; ,, h5. make.us tThe populaector c e . 0d7itr., r i.ute to hoeoe l~aa Te ** Lea O, zSW Mooey Ordesm ae sMld at ait COLA. CARRABELLE., S. T
aa L STE TWh eOs ctcasn e and lsaaed ta eN. sa oe y40eca te4 agencies of the Southern Express DREWS, MILLILL

re orour mport odpue o olive o lL2Pho LOeST. STRAYED OR oTOt- u do"S a S s Company at reasonable hor Be. And all points en St. Andrews
: area gold naming lands hlgal graphs de seth U -- a lead Small blue roan cow; oam ho:rn all, MONa- to LOAN ON DIA OND ceipt Is given and moesy s retna4 Carrabelle and Apalaashiso
< mo P bl e y. R o M a a au S A L -- N M t du 0 6 6 2anrd f r r et r nHo C 7Fo M akb so n ota ro sSP m a nVm aIdIh I@ t t 1tSt le M u m ..
Qu rts. P h.O 5 2a1rentb"Is I eoaMand entire r rr. s -ia t. Bnar4alas In unredeemed TIs I te .est we to send Leave ensacoa Sunday, 8:3

^'A\iB-Haung and tramsfrr ot 13th and 14th et5. A cfarWMing I etee American Nn. onl BasTk A OuNFrsle Tat Main Oc-l 16 W iU., for St. Andrews, Milvillw
.o. OBtce phone 36'. ResiPdece elcality. A. V. .C a .and Thies d t or sale at Main Oee, 1 Wet icola arrate
e Acot & Whit 3- N. An aysore. The Jour a has ot. rans.m~,a -,.
ar.agona. m. h,- um. wu uuRoberts Co.,cCorn em. 3 W For additional Informat tn

zc .f St.- Atr 0 ,lOST-On passger train, a l m E R .ATE .f PER w 0lof o i.Asts, .. coB Pre

:ta-b- sxid special *eems. U V t u^g ert of th o ud ic h ew 260a9ortl 4p e reaor b to o +.*e b y + lr tr s .boabh [res. drdsost ore u n h vrd
S-ders at Jsal ee rfway, between 7th ad 8th streets. at Pensacola. please ret:r to Mrs. W.. ABELL & FINCH, PROPS, taurant, Merchants Hote. .
N.....re h We W th s-- mntd It J. Hami 411 mmCersate tet. -.-eeramt St0, W. OW B
WNTE iSeud-baa C cann e.ot he dBntS. A.J V. Cabbs. 1Ulylw. -h e h .i S.- PeneumU9 Fa.. -"e Hot j IL
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JUf. A. A. Brown & CO.
RAMAINS TUMRN6 OVER TO UNIT. Some paper wt Cleare Ytterday.
ED STATES SY Ft ANC E Y own moao I on. "a A Tre s, Aut a,-Persich, 231, for;
SW EI STATES bY FRANCE Ye ga to- -ftAi Barcelona, *ith 114,000 s ft awn Ow
-TERDAY-AMlRCAN "AILORS special propoitil to om. ber 202,a000 ft lumber.
GIVEN AN OVATION IN PARIC.

to beSapely f y COE'S BOOK STORE, n
Paris. July c.---ne ceremony of de- 2967. Tampleo to Gull Transit Co.
r the body of Paul Jones to rep 3 em A e. Aust s Lacev he. IHt .
&W be UC L reafttatives of the United States was 123 Pha ft New York to GiJlf Transit 00.
held this afternoon in the American Bratingham, Br Ws Flase, 1685,
These features are very church in the presence of a distinguish- ILa Palmas to Fr. chreyer. -
strongly characteristic of gatheringg of the highest ofiBials, bodwood, Br as, Boos. 281, Balti-
our Summer Suits at and the military and naval dignita- more to Wi. S. Keyser Co.
rief of France, diplomatic represents- um D'n jb Ailc. Inchmoor, Br as, Curtis, 3078, New-
$10.0, $12.50, $15.00 tirves of many countries and the spe I Turpentine. M .s C"tle to Gulf Transit Co. '
clal ambassadors and naval authorities | Kydoi5, Ger as, 15, Kahber, 5
$16.00 and $1.00. sent from the United States. iMcMillan ? Pth Pt1. L ,mber Co.
Fine line of Negligee UNITED STATES SAILORS mma m New Orlesas to Hyer Bros.
Shirts at GIVEN AN OVATION. Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, Huva
100, $1.25 and $1.50. Paris. July .-The unusual sight of Mo HlLe, Anla.Ital Sa, aDanchm. 2938, Genoao ,,
a detachment of Uniteo States sailors wno to Gulf Transit Co.
and marines swinging through the cen- Teresa, Aust as, Persich, 2331, Gal-
tral thoroughfares of Paris to-day MBA R ( .T S v veston to Penaacola Lumber Co.
aroused great Interest sad brought out MA a.r
an enthusiastic ovation from the D-oro .r ..G.obatta, Ital bk.i76*-.
John W hiterowds along the line of marc The t ew
American naval contingent numbering Naval Stores Mkspt. Pine Lum1 Co.
mOuitter to Men and Boy ve hundred men with twenty-five of- Savannah, Ga., July 6.-;-The naval Bmella, Port bk, Domingos, 1117,
Sfcers left Cherbourg in two special stores market closed tq 4a a tolf Buenos Ayres to Pensacola Lumber _
205207 S. Palafox, trains at 2 o'clock this morning, ar- iowa: Co.
riving at the Invalides railroad station WW ........ ........... 4 60 Ital bk Due Cinguni, OIlvai, 1358.
;Phon 225. at 11:40 a. m. WG .......................... 4 35 from Genoa, to Rossoco Broas.
P Chm 225 In spite of the hard night the sailors N ......................... 4 00 Innocenta, Ital bk, Garriano, 769, Ft
and marines presented a fine appear- M........................ 3 96 de Franc, to Rosasco Bros.
ance as they emerged from the sta- K ........................... 890 Oceana, Port bk Molledo, 1123,New o .
tion. They were uniformed as a land- I ............................ 85 Orleans to H. Baars & Co. '
ing party, wearing the regulation H ....................,... 3 80 Thomas, Ital bk, arro 808, to 0, U, %l
E 0 A gaiters and carrying rifles with fixed G ............................. 75 Caflero.
R V H E bayonets. A company of French in- F ...........................8 367%
SEa fantry was drawn up fronting the sta- E ........................... 5 arryW.Lee. 279,aan-
tion to receive the Americans. The D ......................... 32% Harry W. Lewis, Br ch 279, Matan-'
latter former in battalion and unfurled C ............................3 20 s to J. A. Merritt &CM.
the American flag and naval ensign. Spirits Turpentine, 58 to 58 ents. JuliaA. May, Hond an sch tt
Taas g o Ed r A4l ge- At the same moment the French troops 74 Ruatan to Master.
came to the salute, the French stand- Now York Cotton Market. Lassel, Am sch, Reynolds, 1225 al-
Ev lg Sta d wa dipped, the rench ban New York, uly 6.-The cotton mar- Magnolia, Am sch, Houseman, Pas-
struck upand the great crowds which hangd suBannerg- ket opened irregular at a decline of cagoula to order.
ed across the Alexander bridge, shout- points on near positions, but unchi4 Maxie, Am sch, Ward, Key West to
ed "Vive Lee Americans," "Vive La ed to 3 points higher on new crop master.
rather H. E. O'Grady, the well- France," the entire multitude uncov- months. anLiverpoolwasbout abroad Ishp..
kown missionary priest, who is at ering respectfully while the American pected, and to be attracting ess dma d Agotine Terrizao, Ital ship, Cu
present the guest of Father Doyle, at anthem was played. Another outburs but the weather south was consider ne, 1170, verpool master.
the rectory, was seen last evening by of enthusiasm greeted the "Marsel- abuittle toowet sonte sections and elyon, Rus ship, Aylinr, 1882, 8L
a reporter of the Evening Star in ref- laise" and then the Frenchescorttook a littlhere wasoo wet in sood de sections herefrom Navalre to master.
eivace to the wonderful up the line of march across the Es- New Orleans and wahbouses with
planade of the Invilidles to the Avenue southern connections generally. At The Original.
SPiquet and thence to the military first leading local traders appeared to Foley & Co., Chicago, originated!
L school. be selling, but Liverpool firmed up in Honey and Tar as a throat and lungi
L ong L ife All along the route the streets were sympa th a bulge for 20 points remedy, and on account of the great
lined with dense crowds eager to see in New Orleans, and prices here were merit and popularity ,qt Foley's Honey
L iver and the Americans. Women waved their 14 to 18 points net higher by the end and Tar many imitationusare offered
handkerchiefs and miniature flags and of the first hour. Trading was hardly for the genuine. These worthless lin.,
there was a continuous shout of "Vive as active as recently and seemed to stations have similar sounding names.
S les Americans." The Americans made be more largely for professional ac- Beware of them. The ger.uine Foley s
K id ney C ure a most favorable impression by their count, although commission houses Honey and Tar is in a yellow package.
sturdy bronze appearance and the were good buyers at time. Ask for it and refuse any substitute.
smartness of their movements. They It is the best remedy for coughs and
of which he discovered the formula. were received at the military school New York Cotto Ftuture. colds. W. A. IYAletnberte, druggist
Pather O'Grady gave him a history of by a battalion of French troops drawn andNc pothecary,121A eT alafox.
the remedy and all the good that had up in the great court. Again the na- New York, July 6.-Cotten u are d apothecary, 121
en e by it. And as the reporter tional anthems were played and sal- opened easy; August 10-36; Septem-
was about to leave, Father O'Grady utes were exchanged. The Americans her 10.40; October 10.50; November Ambassador Sails for Germany.
said: were then taken within the military 10.81; December 10.63; Janury 10.89; New York, July 6-Baron Speck
"I wish you would tell the mothers school which will serve as the bar- Flebruary 10.72; March 16.14; May von Sternberg, the German ambas-
in Anniston. and for miles around An- racks during their stay here. The 10.80. sador at Washington, and his wife,
v;ston to keep a bottle of this great American sailors and French soldiers sailed for Germany,. to-day on the.
remedy In their homes and give it to were soon on the most friendly basis. New Orleans Cotton Futures. steamship Bremen. He is on a three
their children when in need of a gen- fraternizing, eating and chatting to- New Orleans, July G-The cotton months' vacation.
tie laxative and liver medicine. There gather while awaiting the ceremony of marked opened steady. July 10.550
is nothing like it to build up a run- the delivery of Paul Jones's body at 57; August 10.55 asked; September A little life may be sacrificed to an
down system.- the American church on the Avenue 10.55 bid; October 10.53@54; Novem hour's delay. Cholera infantum, dysen-
Rev. H. O'Grady is toowell known de L'Alma at 3:30 this afternoon. her 10.53055; December a o.4 6 54 ; tory, diarrhoea come suddenly. Only
to need an introduction here. being a January 10.62 asked; February-March safe plan to have Dr. Fowler's ExtracL
missionary of national reputation ano A Card. 10.71 asked. -of Wild Strawberry always on hand.
a brother of Ex-Senator OGrady, of This Is to certify that all druggists
New York are authorized to refund your money New York StoMe Market. WA AND RA A
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure New York, July 6.-Wall street W P D R AN A
your Cough or Cold. It stops the trading started with prices generally TEAMS TO PLAY BALL.
Long LIlr Liver cough, heals the lungs and prevents above last night The gains were lim- A game of baseball will be playe
serious results from a cold. Cures la ited to small fractions except for Ten- to- ayame of baseball will be playe 4rrancas
and KIdney Cure Grippe cough and prevents pneumonia nessee coal which Jumped 2% and tan t e ed the S Barrancas
and consumption. Contains no opiates. Union Pacific and Reading which were and United States Ship W-asp teams,
The genuine Is in a yellow package. Re- up large fractions. Dealings were not a Palmetto Beach. The line-up of the
fuse substitutes. W. A. D'Alemberte, on a large scale but were well distri- respective teams will be as follows:
Is a positive cure for all liver and kll Druggist and Apothecary, 121 S. Pala- buted. Barrancas-Ward, as; Wedgick, p;
sey troubles. If your liver is healthy fo Mondell, r.f.; Bigler, f.; King, c. f.;
you will not be troubled from co.sti- Baxter, c.; Gibson, 1 b.; Fallon, 2 b.;
patsion, indigestion, jaundice, yellow WRIDWAY AFTER ANOTHER What's the secret of happy, vigorous Heffner, 3 b.
skin. bad breath, and the many other WRIDGWA UTLE RecOTRO health? Simply keeping the bowels, U. S. S. Wasp-Gibjn, s. a.; Hearn
troubles arising from a torpid liver. AUTOMOBILE RECORO the stomach, the liver and kidneys p.; Enders, r f.; Kimbia'l, f.; Cross,
By Ass Pret rong and active. Burdock ilood Bit, c. ft.; Meyett, c.; Schpur, 1 b.; Pom.
By AssocIated PreA ters dOes it. frey, 2 b.; Reinhard, 3 b.
V ,1,, L.,. New York. July 6.-At 2 a. m. to-day -


New


Piano House!


We can save you money and satisfy
you if you desire a first-class Piano.
New Pianos from $100 to $600.
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
smallest degular iPtano made for young
&M old alike. $100 to $1.75.
it will pay you to call or write us.


CLUTTER & RUSHING,
12 L Goverment Street


C. C. Wridgway. former hololer of the
1.000-mile record, left here in his 24-
horsepower automobile in an attempt
to make a new non-stop record be-
tween this city and Cleveland, 0.
Wridgway. in this same car, recently
covered 1,000 miles at the Brighton
Beach track in 25 hours, 30 minutes.
which stood as a record until Guy
Vaughan's record breaking flight at
the Empire City track ten days ago.
Negro Will Hang To-Day.
Nashville, Tenn., July 6.--Governor
Beckham has refused to interfere and
George Holland, the aged negro. con-
victed of the murder of an unknown
white peddler near Pembroke. Ky..
some months ago, will be hanged at
Hopkinsville, Ky., to-morrow morning.


" TERSELY TOLD
T BUSINESS LOCALS. *


Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua
streets.
McKinzie Oertlng & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chandlers and grocers,
the only fl-st-class bouse of the kind
in Pensacola. Fair prices to alL
Why use Interior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity.
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's, 3 S. Palafox.
Peaa aLedpM Ne. 42, F. & A. M.
& There will be a regular co-
muneation Thursday i-t,
July at s o'clock. Vitftg
llmheraeord-lna ipvfte


Hives are a terrible torment to the
lUttle folks, and to some older ones.
Easily cured. Doan's Ointment never
fails. Instant relief, permanent cure.
At any drug store, 50 cents.
Fleeing From Theodoela.
Theodosia, Crimea, July 6.-The in-
habitants are leading the town in
compliance with the orders of the au-
thorities who fear that the mutineers
of the Kulaz Potemkine will carry out
their threat to open fAre on Theodosia
this evening. Only troops and officials '
remain here.
EXCURSION TO-DAY.
Don't forget the tug Monarch excur-
sion to-day. The outing will brace
you up for to-morrow's business. $ee
ad. in to-day's paper.
Neither the Captain, Own-
, era, nor Consignees of the
Portuguese bark Emila,
will be responsible for debts
contracted by members of crew of
said vessel. A. N. DOMIN06,
PENSACOLA LUMBZBt CO.,
Consignee.
era nor Consignees of the
British steamship Effie Will
be responsible for debts con-
Straded by the crew of said vesseL
A. H. NIBLS3N,
Captal.
JOHN A. MIRIUTT & CO.,
Consigned
TO MY FRIENDS.
I wish to state to my friends an4 to'
the trading public generally that I am
ao longer connected with L. Predman
& Co., but am now with the Staaibal4
Clothing Company, wre I will be
pleased to see all. sad assure t




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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, da. or night. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.





Depot Loan Office,
iii ghtggI & "ieky PriWI Ib .
Money to Loan on Jewelry, Diamonds, Watthes,
and valuables of all kinds.


Unredeemed pledges always for sale at
Choice Line Cut Glass.
Watches and clocks repaired and work
Ised.
We have a safety vault especially cons
in which to keep all valuables.
Office, 106 E. Wright, In B
Phone 1127.



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HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY OLOTH

Down-Town Office and Builde
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAV
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR
TERJAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. W
UNPACKING A


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and want your business. Prompt
orders.


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SAQGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INS
7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .
PENSACOLA, FLA.






An Eminent Physician

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Wholcie Distributer.


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"1 SOTH PALAFOX ST.
-WMSACOLA. PLA.


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Bath House
PRANK SISARI, Prop.
Now open. Just oe block ,
Uao. Separate aM for ladi s and -.
' tlemm. Open day and nlght. Wh',
public only. Retreshments at 4
tmes. Best place ta re city.
COR CEVALLOS AND ZARRAGOSSA
j --seet
PauS"LSiaSTEU
| ITEIMS,8UI M AIII

I 11 North Palafox
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
SERVICE.
WORK CALLED FOR AND
DELIVERED.
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR
PRESSING $1.00 PER
?. MONTH.
*W- PHONE, 75. ;
i E. E. REESE, M. L. WHITE.
Proprietor. Manager.


I. B. WRIGHT & CO
Manufacturers of
and Dealers in
LUMBER, LATHS, SAWED CYPRESS
SHINGLES AND KILN-
DRIED SAPS.


b p GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
bargain prices.
Delivered when' prom. IlrchU s Transfer Go,
tructed tor our business LTrs, Prp.

Mrgg House. HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TC
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE r79.
P. O. COX,. e.



BIBB ft NOTICE TO VEHICLE OWNERS.
a The ordinances of the City of r -
'ES AND OPENED A t sacola makes it unlawful for any
to drive over the streets of th '
with a loaded wagon or other v-.:
rs Sup y D t h tires less than Inch
width, or with axles wh!ch are e *
WE YOU CALL BE- as not to present, the fat surface.
R BUILOING MA the tire to the ground.
VE ARE TO-DAY In conformity to a resolution of .'
Board of Public Works, all off.n ,
AINT will be punished after Agus '~t '
CHASE. H. BLISS
entlon to all mail a. BIRNARD. BL
Clerk. Jly ,,i'
.omnp an In Eseambla County Circuit:
State of Florida. In Chancery
Adams vs. Annie V. Adams. '
Florida. Divorce. On Monday. the sev.
NtHm ;of August, A. D, 1905. the i '.
Annie V. Adams. Is require
to the bill filed against he- t.-*
This order to be published u:.,
week for four consecutive ..
the Pensacola Journal, a r,n.
published in said Escambia .
SBA. M. McMillan, Clerk Circ ,
By I,. G. Aymard, *D. C. P-
0 EfNT INVALMATE Fla., June 29, 1905. 30j .
INURANCl. POLICI.E In Escambia County C;r
SUE MAKE YOU RIBT State of Florida. In Chan
ON OUR VAQATION. Payne vs. Harley Payne.
vorce. On Monday the .-***
U .SlO August, A. D., 1906, the
Harley Payne, is requi-re.,
to the bill filed against h -
This order to be public. n '
Br A RNI 9 week for four consercut:v,
the Pensacola Journal. a -r
published I ld said E'
SIT DOE WE PAY ALL A M. McMillan. Clerk (
RE WU 0 FOR. WE By 0G. Aynard. D. i -A
N OR ISf UE NEW POL Fla., June 29, 1905. 4,
CALL AND TALK IT NOTICE.
Printing Supreo Court Reports.
Bids will be received in "'
CommisL Commi s o Sta. *
lOM PANi Tallahassee, Florida. un'
IA E Augusat, 1906, for the p 'ir-.. '
URANCEJC1, binding of the followiLo nI"'
PHONE 78. times of the Supreme (',,r: R
Volumes 46, 47 and 48. (,mr- :- *
decisions of the Supren. '
; * .the June term. 1903, and '"
Bo ..wl, ....... -- and June terms, 1904.
AHl bids must be seal--! an!l i
I ed to The Board of Com ss-.
_^ State Institutions, TllhaI .
The printing and binding
U r ,i.-io* deta In the State of Flor',..,"'
PIw 0 Work must be completed wir:: ". "
days from the date of the c
... ;AllC opy Isto be received by *.
F tractor at the Attorney Gen-A. :"
ee. and proof delivered an;
-.. ..... -. there. All work when compl-
lie delivered there. 100 hiun!
G 'rVlrsa0 and 400 with paper
.. .... .. number are requIred.
bo f. book paper; se of pept, --
. . .. 1' mber of volume printpdl
d "! "a each page; about 00 oo.age "
Svolue; model 134 Mo. Repo-'-
No more copiles ha be pr, n- i
sales110 N mde U |Ku penalty 11 L*
NO7 fv ttare r i hehimred dolar
Details of the proposed Con7 t '
1 had apnio. to 7' h
Sta te4 1U d Tallathas' e. 1-l
L, N. BL BwK.WAR


Tie Union Central Lt.


has a lower death rat, lower expeasm tft g ad m1bl
Iteret rate tha any company doain buasiM la iorda
It abould be easy tor you to decide e reeL

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