The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
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System ID: UF00075911:00767
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He WiI Wel Sit Ut W l I AgisocIted Press,. they will speedily control the entire
Aut Facts Toklo, Ivly 10.-The announcement island as they regard the garrison RUlunti fCloSm I s VII
Nut rFacs. of the landing of a Japanese force oni there incapable of serious resistance,
Sakhalin island and the occupation of and are confident it will be captured. By th Mayor.
Korasakorisk, followed by the north- The following report has been re-
ATTORNEY GENERAL iQODY IS ward flight at theFgarrison has been ceived from Japanese army headquar-
I- received with great satisfaction by the ters at Sakhalin: "Our army without I WARM SESSION LAST NIGHT AT
CONSIDERING MATWE OF Japanese. The lauding of the army at much resistance occupied Korsakovisk WAM ESON LAST NIGHT AT
BRINMGIIG CRIMINAL ,t iiCU- Sakhalin marks the fArst entry of the early on July 8. The enemy burned WHICH MAYOR AND COUNCIL
Japanese upon Russian territory the town and retired to positions eight
TION AGAINST HO LMJb BUT proper. The Japanese are pleased t: miles north where they resumed re- TALKED BACK AT EACH OTHER
be again in possession of the island, distance. We dislodged them and are IN TERMS MORE OR LESS PAR
NOT THOUGHT HE i DO O. declaring they have long felt the bar-, now In pursuit. We captured two
gain under which they relinquished the! twelve centimetre guns, two twelve LIAMENTARY,
place fprty years ago unsatisfactory. pounders and also a quantity of ammu-

STBy A ssocat Ta Japmee s A express A tih e le LL'ati v T uu. e su esre .
Washington, July 1t.uwretary The ci
tt Jy 10A-7Ie (hrtesc Wilson intends to take back- a iOn last
Crd or Cnvention opened today ward in his report on the ak AU |SS*I NTS NGL hNS R Y men
'it reports from the v ariou state ivestlgation. This is e eed by Chrise,
ond local offers. I Bsne-ical ser-i his statement that he was 6ot sarak Yonge aU
vlo were held at several Industrial, of any libel suit which m bt beBeforee
<, b-ie at the entr Prebytewea! brought against him by Mr. Price or an C d
chh, awas led by Rlev. W IL Bled others mentioned in the report-in UI by Cle
-' f Monticeft, Idla,a who de-' f I act he said he would wleoie such his seat
--d an address on "vangellam." action because it might be the means The ml
S,-are doftie mavy Car-s J of developing some fact not already r ead and
,r.. Ti convention am the subject of uncovered and which it wav fsirable several n
*Pure Politics *at eitlof." tc know. one, the
Rev. F. E. Clak's Adres. I "This Is a quarrel ameol gaiAblers," I quired a
SFrae I ark D. D.. L L. he aid brought abtn b l dis- e as C ina!s, Guilty British Field Marshal Creates Sen.' then sub
+ Pl.esideot c teUnited Society M latisfaction of some .e!bert -i not
Sas ng f oelIws: getting what they thOeght w.s their If Both Murder and station By Speech in House of To the H
-t ocostei gives us our themeI due. I have nothing to tak fl k. As City ol
'r Chr stiaa Endeavor is ap- 5V head of an executives -ep-ment of Thlft. Lords Yesterday. Gentleme
j-teipit tl n -rt great altversory. I I the government it was ay duty and In coar
.ow 21i01ths Mwre a full quarter of Dy sedated PreA. Alder"ax
.: a :,-,w sathe gore a tull grter of right to give to the publiesult By Aouated Preas. ,Alderma
e ,ur w e bee amnplleted of the Lvestg ation erve Petrsburg, July 10.--Negota- By Asociated Pree, given a
S he Ate y we s etas e of the ivetaio between Russia and Roumania London, July 8.- eld Marshal Lord dence to
-e i., e R yio peoples sde agents into the charges wbti had -or the surrender of the crew of the Roberts created a sensation in the city had
S.was beuB. Po tiM w e beem filed leading p to t. 4sdsakKniala Poteimkine Is progressing, but House of Lords this evening whett in for year
-.-.. w e .S -. --- M. Holess" e. n tfart dpe 110a # been reached. a lengthy and well considered speech submit e
'- backward for s S KETCH OF JOHN DREW. The secretary added tha ihe had ta 14d to insist on the he deliberately expr)saed the opinionI This r
:-d with hope and new e Mr. rew has bee elected president of the Players' Club of New York, surrender of the nmen, not as political as a practical soldier, that the mlit. t gr
:. n5 dwell upon The rnely' to, succeed the late Joseph JefWrso. This celebrated clab has had only given consideration to Mr. Price's re- prisoners but as criminals, guilty of tary fotce of Great Britain was nade- believe
S enough do gan u rage l the three preidents, the Irst bltasg Dqwin Booth. quest, presented' through an attorney murder and theft. quate, imperfectly trained, and totally been des
:r. en thou to gain orange or t he e "to withdraw the unjust, offensive and The crew divided several hundred' unfit to uphold Great Britain as a first dence I h
.. .th Itl.The compass of these I unsustaned charges anuimplicatos troubles on the battleship when they class power. Lord Roberts did not range In
the ovT h< rown rom nsustale e a iplicatonsleft, and the Rdumanian government blame the government, but he scati. grossly
,n t y to mor Tha- (.6.000; rom aI1 Ind *had reached the determination to is embarrassed by the fact that it ingly. attacked the people of Englani, It must l)
than fify members to nearly 4,- take no further actRon in the matter, promised the mutineer$ that it would who, he said, showed no national feel- ing and
0W besiad ana nt millions more He aid e would not communicate treat them as deserters if they sur- ing towards the military until danger evidence
graduated intooherlines of He said e would not commurendered arose.. time is
...ch work It has found its way with Mr. Price or his attorney in any Rear Admiral Pissareffski reports done in a
every partofthePworld.andhas way. the engine room of the Potemkine full allotted
:ome practically in every nation. | of water and It is presumed the mut- MO HERL likely tal
i- e-sablishod now i. sixty differ- THE GUILTY PARTIES neers turned on the seacocks before expert m
,. nartons and colonlos. among peo- MUAY BE PROSECUTED. leavingg the ship. h R On CHI eSpeciall oc
S!ho speak nearly onu hundred dif- iU Ir acnd oficl
lanrguages and dialects, into Oyster Bay, N. Y., July 10.-It is re- acondith
"1 4 constitution an d some por- rded here as not unlikely that crimi- FIRST TRAIN THROUGH NEW oAces.
of i4t literature have been trans- nal prosecution may result from the SUBWAY T NEW VTiffin Associated Press plenty of
Its weekly or n hmthly publi- investigation of the cotton report leak AT Tffin, OhoJu -
Sare found in almost every clvi- In the department of agriculture. The to restrain her mother love. Mrs. the Coun
Sruntry and tongue. subject has not yet been presented to By Associated*-Press. Charles Steele, of Fostoria came to dence I
The Rstea of Christ an Endeavor A co OfU q the president In a formal way, al- New York, July 10.-The first sub- Tiffin to-day, stole into the home a doing wh
S: we call the roste- of our though he is familiar with most of toe '6ay traib to reach the South Ferry the grandparents of her 3-year-old From t
t- ood, Great Britain responds I No thIoi Victim tI Ple Wit details of the inquiry. United States terminal arrived threat midnight last daughter, who had been legally adopt- shown th
S rly 10.000 societies. Canada District Attorney Beach, of Washing- night. The departure of the train ed by them, and abducted the child, stock fee
: \V-*rla with thousands more. In- M- An Az ton, was of the opinion after a cur- opened the new terminal and other The alarm was given and the woman has been
more than 600. China with 300 M W story examination of a part of the evi- subway stations below Wall street to was overtaken a mile from the city, b:ds for
and Japan with half as many dence ad-iced in the investigation regular traffic. ust as she was boarding an electric ing calen
*r -many'- strong contingent is w pre. By Associated Pre that a criminal proceeding would not The tunnel under the Harlem river car. The child was restored to its Public W
S rasis. as it that of almost Bristol. Ten.. July 10.-John and lie against Assistant Statistician as formally opened for public traffic grandparents, anca the mother left, in their
r peands country, while Africa nySectaington y 1- -- iisounced Davie Phipps, young white men resid- Holmes, who is alleged to have profit-swearing vengeance. Mrs. Steele is such bid
and of the a add many tr P tay ui g near ButlerTen., are being hunt- ed by giving advance inrmation of Eightieth street and the Boston roaddivorced from her husband, who is in in the
-- davorersto ourfe t the Ii nr n e htgvi o krm at one minute after midnight. California. making a
of deaorers our el. th he s. ed in the mountains along the border the cotton crop to certain brokers. at one minute after id h Calforna
Sa th. N .d a sA Plaeornof North (arolina and Tennessee to- The department of justice is not in- atechant
haswe see n otur omatndes Ithe o~- a a o e uference night by a posse of fifty armed men lined to accept this view of -he case. T Sal ga ted tal
n, Tsmni n ll the t be ed i who have sworn to take thm dead or While no decision to institute criminal Three Kansas Saloonsd
.. ad. Tasmania and all thetssions wl be he lan- the gern- alive. The crime charged to the proceedings has been reached the sub- to rnis
h A ra in nan sessions d at ot. phipps brothers is one the bloodiest jet is being considered by Attorney Wck d W ith Dyn it
"u.SouheAfrica.tIniEnglandnmeatay rditl, u i this section. It is alleged they GeneralMoody, who later will take the W recked W ithE Dna it a a
l",and, and Wales, and se new l igu t o b mu was usedm an axe to chop the body of Wil- matter up with the president.varus t
an countries. and can testi- The select o liam Rankins to pieces, and so wound. a
o)r and growing power of; mutually iie ed ilmore ,oreland that he will By Assoollatd Press. two drug stores were damaged and found ha
S ileavor tIn all these lands. oys e of l yea oitabal l -e .or probably die. The crime occrre A Iola, Kas., July 10.--Three saloons dozens of plate glass windows In the the vouch
ome nearer home, webetig a coola.ta e y t rt llIe ad- near Doeville. lIn West street In the heart of the business section were shattered. The the bids
a a tens of thousands this season of 7oeu I i h e -buiness section of lola were con- explosions were heard at Humbold, part of t
.vsthade akod g r,. eA ient atsol w re ." SI ATIO CAUSES hJuly10 pletely wrecked by dynamite to-day. nine miles distant. It was n
last the reckoning wasr t en--2011tt c %eWae s an StAlOlI C-AUS ESMu Much damage was done to other proTp. The mayor has offered a rear original
cretary's most hearten- Important a l. AT By Aseocated Press, erty in the vicinity and the loss is for the miscreant and called a special of Public
S- shown. The lease e seci s FATAUTES AT A RE estimated at $10,000. E. Thorpe, meeting of the city council to consider the Board
-esulted in a greit aln mission to t southern League. the owner of one of the saloons, was the situation, referred t
7 .I believe, In spiritual* misio Shreveport 2, Atlanta 1. injured, but not seriously. The dyna- There has been much agitation in as it ap
S ".- One K411ied Two Missing andO veHral Memphis 4, Birmingham 1. ndte was exploded apparently by some lola recently to close the saloons, taken the
: r togh reous CALEB POWui- h Nar N o 3, o om temperance reformer. No arrests have which run openly in violation of the more tha
Smust Increasehthehu- NAttle Rock-Nashville, rain. been made. prohibition law, and ernor Hoch such la
Tie gratitude of every "eYokT There we re two dias not explosions, had been appealed to to aid In clos airosto
Semet erstit tre A E South Atlantic League. Besides demolihing tie three saloons ing the places.
Sbe of man, or the Bw y Associated Pree Jacksonville 3, Columbia 4. (Twelve ter to th
of God. We willnNew York, July IQ.-One man hillel. innings.)
1 only !og enofghhto b o d P wo prons are missu and several avnah 8, Charleston 7. Infuriated W om en W anted to e
s flor thfre ter eorgetw. Ky, J aey 10.-R st others narrowly escaped death by rf-. Macon-Augusta, rain. tspecied
% 'iby-ive hr we hil s tOfa le s or was te .are ii_ a aim foetio early to-day In a Are In East---hsid n cereal
Climbing the hilis of Caleb PoweKs Was q led t y,inAe Forty-turth street. The an. who was American League. Lynch Villa e Pres dent
S avor progress. Eachview the t to t killed ws ArthuNee. He leaped St. Lou is-Wash ingto, rain. bd for
me advancement po ed f te f th oor o oe the two Cleveland 3. Philadelphia 6. and that
mt tFetand moly ee =Nw-u from tl e fns h floor ot one oha the two"
tiitesando Pow buildings, whih were on u. labding Detroit. 0, New York 3. y s d Press. stable, was evicting, Prtmdet Peter fwe .t.
nns. And ow on the sidewalk on his head.and be Chiin. HmI nd, hd.. July 10.--Coming Mak. Of the village bard o West fuei
cosl cpa Ae totawt t trel o. t ht ey a died rons th wae n St font iNatolnal League. cut of his hiding place to-day for the tammon fuwas capt by a crowd
hlsa the retaofes of thw e ur in at uildings.l and Bsoston 3, Philadelphi 2. first time since his-arres. and release a heavy c othe liie andw wltlh eoe I
mountal is, I d there of I belIevedf their bodies are a the Brooklyn-New York, rain, on bail beoaue of an.ssault on a ed. They had the oe knotted o ato
.ks to sa*, so this "I- Pitburg I, Chicago 4. defenseless woman whom he, as con- noose, and. with rag ad b lith to
st e o teve s fltsIUi tear taunts, they would have lyndhelt o
Swe have yet to him had It not bee, f or thisBr~. u
ne,,t, un t t--e e I..- ,--. i rney Johnson, wh ~ Soth o* 'le
'". hide thii ...."I W ATI A D S. A R EA' th 1 "e life-of i supei. nuf h -- I

uarhievemnt or r t ea ted Stnt"s Isl.I".gI +I'Ial stable whI a5_ o Ah ct
see before -rn -b- th-? .- i

:y council met in special ses-
night, Mayor Bliss presiding
following members present:
a McHugh, Maura, Muldon,
Reilly, Wright, D'Alemberte,
ad Cahn.
calling the roll, J. E. Watson,
been elected to suoceed Alder-
1. Oinglea resigned, was sworn
>rk Bernard aal he then took
In the council.
minutes of the last regular and
ng special meetings were
approved. As there had been
meetings since the last regular
reading of the minutes re-
bout a half hour. Mayor Bliss
Emitted his report as follows:
Mayor Bliss's Report.
honorable Board of Alderma,
f Pensacola.
nplIance with the motions ol
n Muldon that the Mayor be
certain time to submit evi-
support his opinion that the
been systematically robbed
s, I respectfully report and
evidence as follows:
port submits only a portion
eat imnps of evidence which 1
exlets, twvidiag it has not
troyed, but it Is all the evi-
ave been able to find and ar.
my limited time without
neglecting my official duties.
e borne in mind that the find-
colleotion of such a mass of
covering such a length of
o child's play that it may be
a few hours, such as has been
to me. Such a work woula
ke the undivided time of an
any days and perhaps weeks,
in a case where the records
al papers are in as deplorable
n as they are in this City
At any rate I have gathered
evidence to substantiate ms
at least to my mind, and ii
cil still wants additional evi.
shall take great pleasure la
at I can to find it for them,
he City records itJs clearly
at the practice of buying
d for the various department
to have merchants submit
furnishing feed for the comn.
dar month and the Board of
'orks and Safety have eaoh
respective meetings accepted
as they saw fit and entered
ir respective records. Tho
ad accepting of such.bids was
t between the City and the
in whichh the City was obli-
pay a certain price for certain
the merchant was obligated
a certain specified feed for a
rice. I have had the Clurt
search for the bids made at
limes fbr feed, and I have
made a search, and all bids
re been examined 'and where
ers and bills have been found,
have been attached and a
he evidence submitted. When
ot possible to dtseover the
lid the records of the Board
Works and the records of
I of Public Safety have been
o and a note madewo( the M0i
pears on record. I tave act
trouble to su9bnit anythblg
,n a statement of the bid Ia
ances, and if the Cooncil d-
verify my statements in saof
will only be necessary to Y&
e respective records tor tQw
e date.
[dehce will show that ceta
kinds of feed were bid war
a speciOed prices. It WI
t certain kinds of oats waer
t a certain price per busbl
certain kinds of hay were bM
certain.price per hadrni
The evidence submitted wI '
how that all feed was tuOMlk
ro mns, viz., A MeDont
d J. B. Dubulason & Bro. Di-
& Bro. furnlished feed for one
D both boards, and to -w
r two months. The bills I
appear to be re-ular as tbeta
red for oats and hay at i."
L specifying as much oats
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These endeavors are all in the line o
the evangelistic spirit, which hav
been the key-note of this convention
and which will, I profoundly believe
be the key-note of the church of th
twentieth century.
A Revival Century.
We are living in years of revival Il
tcrest, thank God. As the historian
hundred years before looks back t
the earlier years of this decade of r
viral, a revival of interest in spiritual
things, a revival of missionary zeal,
revival of civic and corporate right
The evangelist is coming to his own
again. Materialism has had Its da
for the present; and spiritual truth 1
taking its place as the only reality.
Then. leliow Endeavors. let us pu
ourselves in the way of God's plans
let us allow Him to use us in the grea
revival which is on the way. which I
even now with us, though perhaps w
know it not. And let us take for ou
high aim and purpose nothing lems thai
the evangelization of our young peo
pie, our country, and the world.
Such a themrne is but the continuanc
of the history of the past quarter of
century, and advance step in the line
of march God has marked out fo
Christian Endeavor. May we not hum
bly claim that He has been preparing
the way for the present world-wide rev"
val in part by these twenty-five year
of Christian Endeavor work, and tha
He has equipped and girded us, as He
did Cyrus of old, for this supreme
hour? The history of the Christla
Endeavor has been the history of suc
cessive revivals. It was born In a
spiritual awakening, and its years o

ysp aof Women
Ljras nrkobitmade Cui by

A great many women suffer with a
form of indigestion or dyspepsia which
dos not seem to yield to ordinary treat-
memnt While the ymptomaseem to be
similar to those of ordinary indige.
tmo, yet the medicines universally pro.
egribed do not seem to restore the pa.
timnt's normal condition.

Mrs. Plnkham claims that there Is a
I of dyspepsia that Iscasmed by a
*a m t of the fakle oruass&,
=A whih while it ess a disturb-
me similar to ordary ladigestlon,
emoMt be relieved without a medicine
JWeh aot only asts a a somah tomie.
aut ha peciar uterine-tomic efeets
M_ proof of this theory we Sau at-
tstsIm to the cae Of Mrs. Maggi
Wright. Brooklyn, N. Y.. who w.,
,l iy eured by Lyis I. Plt.-
b-) Vegetable Compouawl aerevey
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ca- ca^uai'w""ug y "nd yar sDe er many languages is "striving together."
gradually waning. Why should no I "Striving together" in Europe and Asia
Endeaorers seek more earnestly | I and Africa and America. "Striving to-
ompi tr ns ,o',,v. e an rev-r I .I|-jether" In every continent and all the
among their companions love and rev- I Islands of the sea. "Striving togeth-
- t(-i:'e fr .ho he,,- ,r; not only to the Sunday morning ar hes so much for the advancement of the
evening services, hut T. the wee..- you Odvs ut eep'cool t hese kingdom. "Striving together," Bap.
prayer meeting of the church, and t das, the faut s ot ours. ists and Methodists, Presbyterians
Sunday school. Let us from this tic we nave al orts of thin an-' and Disciples of Christ, Congregation-
make t one of r chief aims to ndc er th s, boh an alists and Lutherans sni Eplseopal- -
om -friends a l coraries to comeInit" Dbrought here for o tr. ans, but all striving for tlc faith of the
the home f dGod, believing that thr You can certnitnly te It t Iool if "Striving together" to bring
the sweet influence of its w o ,. you will. gospel. "Striving together" to brin-
the sweet influence of its p ,, soft th. I or thin men to the sanctuary; "striving to-
and aspiration of Scripture and pray gether" to bring men to Christ and
and praise may create within then a dt Hae~ r ad HOsiery. ltght-l into His church; "striving together-
love for these heavenly things. The, rt. f thin ats. dare and all to raise money by which the gospel
revIvals of old frequentl- hean in ., s)rtrvf thic n tOgw7.ae at Your can be sent to the remotest part of
new regard for the houi. of Gfo. So Wervce. -- a our own and other lands: "striving to-
it was 4n the time of Ezrrta and Nehc- t ..n. e t gether," though far apart; striving In
siah, oa Hewklah and Toslah. L. o .th!n s f in sister 1ug3 our prayer meetings, our committees,
Christian Endeavor sav practically to : or whric a man*- ask., our unions, and our great conventions;
all the world, like the prophet of old, Our prices w vent o always "In one spirit, w:Lh one mind,
"Con 70 alld let ns go up to the !rm selectlag e what you striving together for the faith of the
home of God; and he will teach us of wa t gospel." ,
his ways, and we will walk in his --
path." l i One Dollar Saved Represents Tenoel.
Third. Again, let us strive for a lar Earned.
reat Wewase of church membership. Why The average man does not save to
Our anoeelte members give us our J J exceed ten per cent of his earning.
field sad our evangellstle opportunity. He must spend nine dollars In living
Literally mitions of th;m durIng the expenses for every dollar saved. That
past twfety-fve years bare come to A being the case he cannot be too cafetf
Christ ads into the churches of all nI | i lIIU about unnecessary expenses. Very o-
denom!.naticns. No so ety is doing *** Ile I.. ten a few events properly investedU, lle l
its whole duty that is-act a stepping buying seeds for hi..gardea, willaye
.Mtoue I full membersrip it the church CA Mr w '-nl, several dollars outlay later pa. It ti
of Christ. From the Junlor society tMe aIae t beytag C haburlala's 6p
are Orrei affs morW o crultsr com0g P 9 iW, Choleta and Diarrhoea *a
rote the chUTh. aid yet the re a d -. cots but a few cents, and &l-A
ttdoe oi cid m v. wueLM te4r A M i t in the home often save a
1be* y MW T tM .* Ub y OW as 4 vel moy*aft. For Sao by
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.. ..- ..... .. :-tae thiS M! t E-. iMSI- .iMici n ll l T
verslo6, of souar s thus makes of 1111 I I
Sor societies It we t this before usI
a. I aofe-- our e n gat el nuuu.
wh&key-ricea and j -Ss'
St" a sose f0 i o ian LIC IT
of God. U U !IUl
To Save Our Cotry an the World.
Fourth. Another revival efort that f V
1 dm is witMhi the scope of very society,
S large or small, is that of increase-i
smillenary eort spectallyIn the RYAN
raising of mew for the spread o0 the
SOfT dland This, too0 hae been an endeavor Tf t St
A 1 L^-JLI of Kndeavorms; but thw e are ,W,, ,,,,,, ... to...
% heights of self-sacritce-and generous
giving for the spread of the Kingdom -lt"
e which we must yet scale it we would a
V be true to oar great commistalon. 1 aWll CIAB
,.Y plead with you to forget the things
which are behind, and to reach forward The Jacksonville Metropolis of Fri-
to the larger and me generous things day says: The usual serenity of the
othnditen sofanc that are before proceedings of the Criminal Court of
con ons aSO The salvation of our Wn country Record was interrupted to-day by a
from the forces of gree4 and corrup- defendant shaking his walking cane
iCSS- tWICe distilled tion and ring rule and rum rule, Le at County Solocitor W. J. B-yan and
good citizenship plank of our Chris- threatening to kqock him down. Thisa
Sripened in heavily tian Endeavor platform, is closely al- as done because the solicitor object-
r lied with home missions, which in ed to some of the testimony given
barrels bottled short means no(hlng less thai the re- by defendants.
barrels bottled demptionof all America. Thus Pat- byOld man James B. Leaptrot is on
riotism adds its voice to Religion n trial for perjury, and the charge is
killers. Ask for it urging us to pray and work and give that he, as a salesman summoned in
forth evangelization of these great the Circuit Court on June 6th in the
SStates and Provincty lives tothPrinciples ofcase of the State of Florida vs. Jake
S No society lives to t principles of Bradford-indicted Tor assassinating
SChristian Endeavor which does not John Plummer, said he (Leaptrot) nad
-wis Bear & Co., -10 make at least some contribution, large not expressed himself in regard to the
ct. and 2-10 Main St. n 1 or small, according to its ability, to guilt or innocence of Bradford and
cola, Fla. both the home and the foreign work was unprejudiced in any way. Since
of its own denomination. While we that trial ended in the Circuit Court
are catholic in our views and generous the county solicitor obtained infor-
in our efforts for all the needy, let us matlon thath Leaptrot had said that
growth have been marked by the re- remember that our first duty is to it he was accepted on that jury that
vival of the prayer meeting, the reviv- give in and through our own churches he would hang Bradford, and wit-
al of practical service by the young for the support of the missionary en- nesses t-day have so testified. Wit-
people through their committees, the. terprises that are especially commit- nesses have also testified to the me-
revival of missionary zeil and giving, ted to them. Study the situation; give tal condition at times of Leaptrot,
the revival of good citizenship, the re- not only generously, but wisely, con- and the plea of insanity was made
vialtof personal communion with sidering carefully what proportion of an the ground for defense. Two physl-
SGod through the Quiet Hour, the re- the money that you can give shall go the ground for defense. Two physi-ndot
vival of interdenominational, nterna- t3 our own church, and what to specialans alsotestied as to the ind o
tonal fellowship among young Chris- causes that strongly appeal to you and After the threat Deputy Sheriff
t!ans. Is not the time ripe, I say, for which you should also help. Dodg dlspoessed Leptrot of hi
a new, united, persistent, untiring ef- An Endeavor for Millions. walking posne-a smae l poe-and is
fort for this all-comprehnsive revival. Before I close I would, If possible, Leaptrot and Bryan were sitting near
the evangelization of otr young peo- set before you some more definite and together thedeputy kep close to pre-
, pe, our country and the world? tangible goals. Christl.ian Endeavor la vent any disturbance.
eA Great Peograi,.,ne. nothing if not practical. It does not
Does this seem to be a purpose too deal in glittering generalities, but Buy It Now.
e large and ambitious for a society com- seeks for actual results. So, in order Now is the time to buy Chamber-
posed chiefly of young people? But it to attain the objects I have suggested. laina Colics t Cholera toand DibuyChambrrhoea
cannot be too large, If it is Christ's pur- let us set before ourselves these great dyn's Colic, Cholertain to be needed
a pose for us. He would have us adopt definite aims as we look forward to the sooner or .lsert and when that time
o a programme no smaller or less com- beginning of a new and larger era: oenes youwr filed It badly-you will
e- prehensive, and in His great program. A million new members brought into need i guckly. Buy it ow. It may
lI me we can each have our little part. our societies. n it a .aly b l d t w itmay
a How can it be done? Not In a da A million people brought to church, save llfe, "r sale by all druggists.
a or a year; but by persistence, faith, or prayer meeting, or Sunday school. -
patience, laboring together with God A million young people brought into tonal missions
and with one another, all things are membership in the church of the liv. Do you say that these are large
By every enlargement and Improve* ing God. figurew-ithat *'ma societies are small
I By every enlargement and improve- A million dollars for missions at and weak. il a*ltterei communities,
ment of our societies we are so far home and abroad, given through our with fqw peoplqto influence, and lit-
t fcrth evangelizing the young people. denominational boards. tle moaeygt.T I o ly reply that we
; By helping in every way our own Here are four large, practical, deft- ought to strve fir large things, for
t churches and mission boards we are nite, attainable endeavors, four efforts we are laborers together with Him,
o evangelizing our country and the which will greatly promote the inter- and that, If each one does his little
e world. est of the church throughout the. best, the aggregate will soon mount
r Let me, then, mention four special world, four things which He would up into the millions.
Slines of effort which art. appropriate like to have us do. Remember once more for our en.
to every society, by which we may sig- Many denominations and organiza- couragen etj the recot.l of the past.
nalize the beginning of our second tons wisely utilize their great anni. Over add-Aer agiun Aas God surpris-
quarter-century. Many can undertake versaries by raising large u)ds for ed us ani rebuked our little faith by
a other things; these ar" within the their important enterprises. Let us giving us more than we expected.
e range of all, the smallest and the larg- signalize the twenty-flta year of the -When the Increase Campaign began,
r est, in country and city societies, modern young people's movement by \ss than three years ago, it seemed
. I. An endeavor for larger societies, beginning a campaign, not only for impossible that in so short a time
I t.An endeavor for a revival of dollars, but for millions Of young men many of our States should add ten,
church going, and women and boys and girls. Let twedty,'or thirty Mer"cent to their num-
g| Ill. An endeavor for an increase of me repeat: ber. But thous of new societies
Sc An church membership. for a revi A million nw Chrisian Endeavor- have been the result, and the campaign
m IV. An endeavor for a revival of ers. is still going on with undiminished
Smissionary zeal and giving. A million new church, goes. force. It-hm spread into every land.
S First. In our evangelistic effort, let A million new church members. and Great Britain as well as America,
us begin at our own Jerusalem, build- A million new dollars for denomina- Asia and Africa as well as Europe,
g eah over e against his own house. a have their, Increase Campaign, whichI
f Let us seek earnestly for more active r are rapidly multiplying the number of
and associate and affillited members, our comrades and the value
for until we draw the young peopi TDV ork;so why should w'e not expect,
Into some relation with our work wo --rIII--" and within a reasonable time, too, to
cannot hope to help them. Many so- reach our million n goals? Let us each

first duty is to reach out2 after all the g I A Suggested Motto.
young men and women and boys and In the past years you h.ve more tha.i
girls in their church circle, and bring STOMACH BITTERS once allowed me to suggest a motto,.
Sthem, if possible, into somne relation: which you have geaerou-!y adopted a
with the society as the centre of the you He gne w
religious life for the young. Our In when the stomach js your own. Here is one which I aski
I ce'a.e Campaign has been largely "out order." A 50 of inspiration and encouragement it
directed to the formation of new so- was given us first by that old warrior
* cleties. Let us widen irs scope so as years Cord O Cures apostle Paul, who was always endeav-
t3 Include a strenuous effort for the en- itI oring, always achieving, always lear
largement of old societies. This is a 1 batck O eVery b Ing past attainments behind, always
practical, definite, evangelistic service pressing forward to new heights. For
that may well engage the attention of ---.-- our twenty-fifth anniversary year he
every society and every union. .. seems to have written these inspiring
An Endeavor to Promote Churchgoint. h words:
Second. But Christian Endavor I: | "lIn one spirit, with one mind, striv-.
never satisfied with simple y building a? | g l nlag together for the faith of the gos-
Its own ranks. It exists for Chris; jU ** U| T i pel."
and the church and the world. Then ow exactly appropriate to Chris-
let us mark our anniversary by a r- tian Endeavor! "I will strive to Crc
nrwe'l effort to bring ethers into i-, | _._' whatever He would lke to hatrve oe
church and into its mem!'crhip. W. | || do." we have all said a hundred times.
are told that in many I laces the hah'l The best translation of "endeavor' in
fI Ahatc~h i ha fos, b ~, ija. U-Imn agae s'tiigtgte.

HIM Ouly Cbkuee.
"Is there a man in all this audience."
demanded the female lecturer on WO-
man's rights, "that has ever done any,
thing to lighten the burden on his
wife's shoulders? What do you know-
of woman's work? Is there a man
1 AC" she continued, folding her arms
ain looking over the assembly with
superb scorn, "that has ever got up In
the morning, leaving his tired, wornout
wife to enjoy her slumbers, gone quiet-
ly downstairs, made the fire, cooked
his own breakfast, sewed the missing
buttons on the children's clothes, darn
ed the family stockings, scoured the
pots and kettles, cleaned and AflII the
lamps and done all this If nee.sary.
day after day uncomplainingly? If
there be such a man in this audience
let him rise up! I should really like
to see.him"
And in the rear of the haD a mild.
looking man in spectacles, in obedfen&e
to the summons, timidly arose. He
was the husband of the eloquent speak-
er. It was the first tme he had ever
had a chance tQ assert himself.-Novel
gsgatinej -K, .
f- " -'
Ua ses Pe yma Dseeks
"I made a few calls the other day,"
said the pastor of an uptown church
to his congregation, "and in one of the
houses I saw a strange thing. What
do you think? One of the church hymn
books, the property of this church, had
been carried home and was placed un-
der the leg of the table to lengthen it
out. I remonstrated at this menial use
of hymn books. Apologies and blushes
were profuse. Now, I am not scolding
about this, but hymn books cost this
rAurch money, and if any of you have
tables too short In the legs please put
a newspaper under them or a piece of
wood. If you do this, we won't have
to send out and buy another hundred
hymn books, as we did last week."
The pastor had no sooner ended
these remarks than a girl sitting al-
most under his nose calmly opened a
hymn book. placed it between her back
and the back of the pew and settled
comfortably down to listen to the ser-
momu--New York Press.



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Among the many amusing thing There will be a meeting ot 1.
Ras Christian Andersen treated us bod the it and third Weda.,
to was a lUtte anecdote which, ~ days o eSach month at 7:30 p. m. :
riously enough, since it was so very delegates are requested to be r
characteristic of him, he omitted from W. I DIAYT Pr.deL
his autobiography. He mentions la I creary.
his "Life's tory" that during the
autumn of 1844 he was a dally guest Pesacota Ledge No. 3. IL of p,
of the Danish royal family at Fohr, mets every Monday evening at 81:
add was on terms of intimacy both o' at their Castle Hail, low
with them and with the family of the Watson budg. corner Palafox and
Gsmium struts VIsIttng brethren em m
Duke of Augustenborg. He told us dial7 wJ.Lc .
the following Incident about his stay C. f VON ERDRC, c. .
there: Ittad been one of the mortilca- B. HOrSLUL K of R. a L
tiuns of his younger days that the. Rathbone L ge Na
dean of thtdfoeese,'who in his day had L of P., :ets ev
confirmed him, had treated him badly, Tk rsday evening at 1: M
and put the affront oi bim of placing e'lock lI their CUas
blfi, as a poor boy, down to the bottom W hat, tthrd floor. Bloua
6f the church, ameou the curate's poor P b Wdtan building. ouat
cndldates, although he properly be- w~ w ea rner Paimfo s
longed up above, among the dean's ardeftre"Tsa
own. He chanced to hear that this ac ar iaiyIu a. c
man now held's post in the Island of C .. 1y, K. o I IL
Fot ., ,.So I asked the -king," said An-
fersen, "if I might for once have one MeetKti of t.'
of the royal marriages, with coachman 1 ighets Cotlmb-s
and footman in red livery, the same as nfar W a t their ha:l
the royl. family theieelves used, NA 8 W t aIntearal
placed at my disposal, to pay a visit c a street, on every
The king smiled and said, "With pleas- Moly evening st
ure.' So I drove out in the royal 7:30v locki Aa :>
carriage, with panached horses, and to visitig Knl ghts
coachman and footman, to pay a visit JOtoN J3ONi
to my old diocesan dean. The carriage mDM. FOX. Grand Kaigit
waited outside while I was In the Reeorr.
bouse. That was my revenge." It Pesm mil ". 4 L L & ,
seems to me that we have Andersen's Pesacola Loge 4. L 0. 0
whole self, his romantic bent, his old Ieets every Thumnaday venita at 7
humiliations and his vehement, half Iat the sew hall na West oLWi
childish greed of ho.q, in this little street. Vistngs brethren coriaF
story.- kg Br In Contempo- lnvita&d N. A. NZM ON i. t&a
rary ReOeO sL WITrOv, Uersy.
SI7 JOSHUA'n Naomi Lodge No 1t Rtebetab >l
SIF JOSHUA REYNOLDS. tir s et vry Monday IgMa
s hinter WI- ti o 8 elock I L 0. 06. Hma. Ib
'The V0101s 8 oIt. Ws the wo sigt ste rs cordlaly tevited to 4
e a Devenshire 3*eeter. present MISS NBITA M1. ELLIOT
Sir Joshbu Reynolds was born at MISS MAMIE FRJIMAN. Scrntar
Plympton, four miles from Plymouth, | W .
in DevonshUt, in 172L H father, rec. Jv Oak Camp Na 1. W. 0. W
tor of the rsur so4 early train- *set PythiM Ball lot aad t
ed him -in classical states, intending Wednesdays inm s month. Via
his son to be an kpothaeary, but he dis- overmegs ially invited.
played sueb an inel athao for drawing. IP. A. DOORICH, C 6
diligently copying the points which fell lRBIU IL BR00W ., Clerk.
n his way, that the father yielded and Exoossr Slmpmms. 1. 0 .a-?
sent him to LIdeon as a student of art. Celsior Oacepment No. 4 amu
After two yea be returned to Devon- .e second and Smoth Wednesdayas d
shire and estbl~ d myself as a por- L 0. 0 Hall, nO West Gadi
trait puater In Plymouth, where he tg t. Viitiag patriarch lnvIted
was takesT up by Commodore Kepel, STIN N.
who, being apg4ated to the Mediter- JOHN WIUC P c.i
ranean statmn, invited the young paint- Ptrrc
er to teompany hism la his. shp, the JNpo6 tI 4 Na I, L 0 0. P.
Centurioe. ThisL e as able to vlit Jop"pa dge No. 6, L O. 0. ?,
Remo ;P f t* fe*es there tin m tet ver eday evening at 7 .-
very close stud epeBally of the 'cWloc It b Hal.h West Gardi *
works o of WBaiaesn a khael Angel.. abeet. Visiting brethren cordially a
Torits od lmk 1 n1 U fa eI Angelo. .ILut H JVUD V INE. N. G
It ws -iP9tfQ$ isthe omrr m C. U.L SMITHSe
of the Via that c td a Out G.ov, Lod .No.-4, Woode-.
o.ld wh brvt rm deafnesy Tbisday a
that Ofterward a it hmduring th- StVI IMSr sovereign cordially a*p
test has lMe a di he v MRS. M. & OLS N.
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"way "00.1 0 M I Paris, making m., RaBord Hall, No. 10 West IA:0
acquanatmee with th work of Ru- denca StrueL.
bens. Afrit in n hloon, he settled i A. G FELL, Pro
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Cooling is the vital point, and this is how it should be &m : We use a system
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process. No air touches it. It is protected even from the stalled
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at The Busy Store
3 PI Cry Console at 5 o'clock 7u city now has tw g catchers sc dS mositi m ogd ae
colo r. m f a Jack Malone who were appoLnted yes-
1a stas ho ar appoint all day. an l. although we employed fifteen cxtra sales people, it was a han
colored man. /D fl, zw Vioati Ktret terday In place of Jim Powell, who is t r to get everyone wa ite l at Jim n.wtwl, wihow in
car law recently d e ater to get everyone waited on. This is a oral tlcey the grapeost cha ceo th
oruI I liqt r The angew oS ley sylled fa orter seaA" to buy goodf reliable merchandise at spedal sacrifice prices.
of the liquor Irm of N~ter & Cashes, Fday afternoon, but owing to 'the in-b
boarded car No. 79. and casted him- clement weather the catch c mongels WVU4'WWmus
self in that portan of the Car dees- th e cat m"'e Xv f m b sold
Te'-a ro that atr wfhite peopde lied 3hI m t was far from goo,6. Better luck is ex-
that* are hown by utat to mtorv whie.- l decld" peoted to-day when the gentlemen of
`11a m s how nb s at o move wsd WI T E S = e r as"wilI *g- an ealy st
t .. o o .cV J .|. the w laso w i et an > sr * y and velry day this w ek edwilv be ay of iMru C
me of the c Car. H.dM. KnC a h made the e onlalaint and ndeavor to gather in enough dogs
: and Cashes was tberesion arrested to make expenses. Bargaig ns Now features &no
w- lo t wan. to carry over and take e t (Solomon's Old Sta nd.} Th are au he. BIn New features and s ee i rg lns every day. -
S Cashe i tie t.le ofe t h city pou ind at present and in all veyb dly w loome to the bi sale.
S.,,n L either, if you come Core aecu, the S Sl 2es *W-- probability they will be electrocuted -
S. l me exce ptional values at Pn t this morning the death dealing appa-
o store formake y out aS h ratus having been installed during yes-
l aworeforyo. '', Which Wetmon alleges Is ancow" j jC t terday. Chief Schad will probably act O
Satitea tioa I W E VILLE as grand high chief executioner. |
.:u ryor can wear a Judge WHar desigatd Monday -Several more vigorous kicks are
S iwr Suit in Pensacola until week as the date for a bhaetflg of the said to have -been registered against
,,mtwr. which give-t you four case, and if he should hold Casdent for the methoas employed by ex-dog catch-
". ,h this seas)r to wear iL the Crminal Court o Recd, then er Powell In gathering his canine har-
beest, Judge o emll ln t__ __t gof Special to The Journal. vest, one gentleman alleging that
-soreJudleC a Westvlle July I1O.-Hon. H. Hick- 'Powell entered his yard and caught a
c1o iwm lit, of the Claw wlt b Ste man. sheriff, left here this morning dog therein. The new dog-catchers ,
Sor e to he been warned agint similar INSANITY fR COLORED GIRL POSITIONS ON
ored resort on West Bay street, today. Rev. R. Q. Baker preached at the INSANIIT FR LII
Inaugurated a hck line to lAVIL, P-Presbyterian church Sunday.
c. C. .Oakland AM. fd.er saubut^ ft order Rev. Mr. *to=-.T fom Plant City. MANY CUT AND UND A RTUNE THE ISTH
S.- C Ss n Se. Armp w O ldto accommodat, the clmOrd people preached at the Presbyterian Achurch A JAG CURRl FOUND US O S
gg-ggg IIiiIif iiIIINhllEbot'U who have boonda night IN PANIC ON BRIDGE CAR
law became effective. Mr. L. .Bludworth and children By Associated Press.
C O e 4a went-to Ponce DeLeon to preaching Cleveland Ohio. July 10.-Physl- By Assoiated Pre. By Associated Press
C O T ....i, r9*v.y eturning Sunday. evening. By Associated Press. cians at the City hospital are curing l10g.-.,tniyc e Uniee stis Civil u
o .,o lp. 4" Rev. Rosenboro, an evangelist, Is to New York, July 10.--One man was, drug and liquor victims, it Is said, Brown,, an l1-yearold colored domestic Commlssion h just issued a s
riur fHomey and Tar as th ~t~ lung be here about next Monday to hold a fatally Injured and many other per. by making them insane. The cures whilu sea .ching for a stra cow nt-ar giving information concerning
remedy, and a ae t o the s great meetlg at the Presbyterlan church. sons cut and bruised in a panic on a' are effected by hydrobromate of o- Homestake, a half mile east of Butte, tons of employment under thb
Peamaira 0 merit and popularity of oleya Honey Hon. D. & Green, tax collector of surface car on the Brooklyn bridge scn. On admission the patient is stumbled into a gopher hole in which i aal Commissn wh
and Tar may laitations are offered this county, was in town Sunday. early to-day, following ths blowing out given a hot bath and carefully exam. thegold fairly glittered. The girl car- dotualia e tessteeltg to
fb1 Mthe genuiae. Th.. worthless Ir- Hon. W. H. prett, Jr., was in town of the fuses in the controller boxes at ined. Next day he is dosed with ried the sparkling rock home and as- who conte.pl-ate aying foi
Citations have S imilar so I r 2ese. Sunday, and left this morning for Bon- both ends of the car. The-passengers calomel for eight hours. Then the says in Butte by a number of reputable tones 0a Itmus a Panam
Beware of theu. The gemie Foley s Iay. leaped from the car, whose speed was initial injection of Hyoscin placed assayers show that the rock carries ooIdia to e eirolar excelle
Wau 4i1 Honey and Tar I In a ellow package. Prof. Lock McKinnon, of Red Bay. undiminished. Frank Lawrence of under the skin with a needle, Is given. over $1.000 in gold ton. The portiare offered to du.y
owa Ask for it and rfuse any S abqUtute. FlaM is to begin a music school here Brooklyn, the first to alight, was borne No symptoms ordinarily follow the domestic led her employers to the hole fled pee motn be
It Is the best "medy r 0m and this week. down by others who leaped upon him, first dose. The others follow in from and the whole country was at once the lower to the e
I e. Psisau ds. colds. W. A. D'Alemberte* J. M. Brownell. of Prosperity, was and received injuries which will cause half an hour to two hours, and in staked off, the locaters being Con length of ees Be Is estaed at
and apothecary. 121 8. Paltfo. in town one day last week. his death, some cases the dose has to be In. Conkling, S. W. Brown, Al Stevens thdn over eight years. Medleal
The recent advance In price of cot- creased to bring about the symptoms and the Brown girl, who was given an damo wiW.be rovidetby the c
TrSELY TOLD PICKPOCK T HSEI t on has caused several 4oles to be Veal. of dryness of the throat, flushing of equal share, ion If necessary dd omno
TERSELY TOLD. PICKPOCKbrought to town lately. Throughout her career Venic te the face, dlation of the pupils of the o shafts have been sunk thirty will alsoe rnhe t e
U-ST- '" CAR I.Daaiel A. Simmons left here last spred in her sons such devotion eyes, restlessness and then delirium. feet, revealing two large gold leads in nominalate, Iree.tranportati
week with his family for a trip to s tri moa The Onset of these symptoms in every which the free gold can be easily seen. b given to the Isthmus and emp
k Williams, of Bonitfy, was a P Mary wi their and the bay country, passes patriotism of mot peles cse marks the crisis n the cravin About $6000 worth of rock is in sight will be en leave absence
to4 the city yesterday where he is to hold a meeting. her as qeen, loved for the drug. already and excitement runs high wek wi fll pay who have
By A *s*soated Pyt y The river has been most too high her as mother. Although an exclusive If the patient is allowed to emerge over the discovery, satisfactory for eight months.
.: A. Galliver, of Bagdad, was New York. JAly 10.---Plckpockets and muddy lately for fishing. oligarchy ruled the state, yet every from the influence of the treatment James Brown, formerly city editor information may be secured
. -r to the oity yesterday. took possession of a Twenty-third The county commissioners meet to. Venetian felt that Venice belonged to the distress accompanying the crav. of the Butte Intermountain here, lo- dressing the U. S Civil ServIce
,a= !he little son of Mr. ad Mrs street car, and. by locking the rear morrow in Bofltay. him. St. Mark was the patron equally ing is noticed. So the hyoscin tree. cated a claim 100 feet to the side of miss(n, Washingon, D. C.
thaler is seriously il with Mfeer. door, robbed the passenger on the to doge and dustman.. The legend ment is continued for the full period the gold lani~, but later abandoned
back platform at their lecture. The which all believed, the pageants of seventy-two hours, or three days. the property, missing the gold vein,
A. an of Mon biticello, and t othgned aton and jostled When youat ws easy to take a sant laative wlh ven the humblest had his place, During the time a delme delirium, usually which the burrowing gopher revealed
ty yesterday on business and the other passene e eerlieving se Chamberlasy to tan cerh ao Lve rang out oa the hbei of tie whole of a mild but busy variety, manifests to the negro girl.
those oan the ear halve reported the tablets. For sale by all druggists, people and symbolized' the unitywikch itselL In this the patient busies him-
: 6~ : a *; nM s beself pick ing at imaginary objects, DOUBLE TRAGEDY
W. 3. ei bas coe to Day- loss of watches, pocketbooks an valu- bound all together. And lift In Venieo, throwing bed clothes on the floor,-DOUBL
0 where she will remSmia during a scr ps.BN mere physical life. was pleasant to overturnlng furniture in his search for
mer on a visit to rlate .BIG ADVANCE IN la" proporti of the Inhabitants and animals he imagines to beR .- r
1 Townsend of I tgoaery, STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY and daring more generatlonM than It In the room. Usually he is tractable ON pefects of provinces to the
nnected wit the al es WHILE ALO A CANO has been n any other cit. w er and obedient to suggestions, so he can minister of the interior annou
: men of the Standard Oil Co., L eree, that when Tl t. the h controlled by turning his thoughts great number of fatalities due
a..- in the city yesterday. By Associated Prs greatest of her palnters-4n 6o many into other channels without force. By Associated Press. heat, according to a Rome dii
Tht, smacks Caviare and Franocis Zanesville, Ohio, July 10.-William respects the greatest of all painters- Some patients, however, become wild- Huntington, W. Va., July 10.--'The to the Herald. In the proven
h, floet of Saunders & oo., arrived Hall a carpenter employed here, start- y Assoct Prs. was commlioned to decorate the vast ly violent. finding of the body of an unknown'Alessandria, Piedmont, there we
:om ,ht fishing ,banks yesterday wita ed to row to his bone fie miles, up New York. July 10.-An advance of wall of the hall of the great council, man in the river below the city this ty-etght cases of sttroke and
ota cath o: 3.2 snappers the rive. e r last aht a was strike more than $2 a bale was recorded in wlahing to express the feeling of every Weli Guare ecGrts. afternoon causes the officials here to' deaths. At Mesna twelve suns
with apoplexy while alone in the boat. the cotton market here to-day on re- Venetian toward his Incomparable Aty, In New Guinea parents send their believe that an awful tragedy has oc- and two death, and at Bari elgh
nThere will N a steiral meeting He drifted all might sad when found ports of heavy rains in the west. pri- be chose for his sib)ect paradise.- daughters to bed in a little house at currewo days ago an unknown man .in dispatch states
n;iht at 730 oclockus at which a this morning was hanging with both vate advices of crop damage and the Theer's "History of Venice." the top of a tree every night, and when a boat called a a family boat just "The recorbreaking heat is
-rliers are requested to be present. feet out of the boat n the water beli bureau of statistics had under the girl have gone up the ladder is above this city and asked mma Gard- lyzing all branches of trade.
T' ei-dor Pfeiffer is assisting in the estimated the percentage of decreased,. Hr. Tmntlaste Yacht mae. removed, so that there is no coming ner to take a ride with him. The schools are closed and two hu
SJ. M. Pfiffter during the ab- The movement was accompanied by The three schooners, Henrietta, down till the parents allow it. E!ope- woman consented. She never return- pereos left the city for cool su
of Otto White. who has gone to they are wanted for breaking into great activity and excitement All op. Vesta and Fleetwing, were the con. ments under these circumstances must ea. The boat was caught later float- resorts."
lado on a vacation, accompanied several places aad stealing therehom. tions In the local market sold over testants In the first across the ocean be difficult, and parents no diibt s;eep ing near the Ohio shore, three miles
broth H the le mark during the first few min- yacht race, in 1866, for a stake of the sounder for knowing that their below here. The man and woman
brother. Henry. The tug S 0n arred ft St. utes of traang. October, after open- $00,000. Those three yachts made the girls are unable to take their walks were nowhere to be seen. The MICROSCOPE.
A Addressograph" is soon to be Andrews Bay yesterday with the barge lug at 10.85c, advanced to 11.21c, a race tn the depth of winter, starting abroad until their elders see fit for The floater is said to be that of the
: od in the Weather Ofce. The Bn n tow. the latter belg loaded' little more than $2 a bale over the from New York harbor on Dee. 11. them to do so.-London Lady. the boat ride. What became of these as,
n .n will address from 50 to 60 with 280.000 feet o lmber tm the closing figures of Saturday. Other t and lshig off e Ne ates bam f en s ae
:.e s minute and I to be used big mills at Sim on months were equally strong and ex f gt later, the Heletta crossing The ate ot Chrity. the police, but the presence of huge cal and hair are caused by pa
Sotr regu .ar dly. re- t. o d the line on Christmas eve, the Vesta The lady wps making ome remarks gash on the left side of the man's head germs. The importance of thi
nSouthern- Hotel rinsva1: C. C. (ood and lleetwlng finishing In the early about the kind of clothing some other leads the officers to believe that both cover by Professor Unna, of the
A rnar' composed of Joe McHBugh, man city; J. H. Collas, ct; U eao. MEXICAN WAR VETERAN morning hours of the great holiday, ladles at church had on. were murdered. ity Hospital Hamburg, Germay
Sr Klly, Julius Daniels. Bud Bruce. Bagdad; D. D. MH.L, alghco, DIES AGEO 87 YEARS. And for almost the entire length of "The finest garment a woman can not be overestimated. It explain
:. df Geo. Hargns' cit y: W. R. Tayloer, city; J. H. i -- that 3.000 mile passage they were ac- wear," said her husband, "Is the man. WIND VELOCITY WAS ordinary hair preparations, eve
",nt Sunday at the butcher Steeling. Chartestoa, 8. C.; J. Will By Associated Press. companled by strong westerly winds, tie of charity." 25 MILES AN HOUR. the most expensive character f
T -" the ba. and repter Yon, Bloantstown; T. C Barnes and Tacoma, Wash. July 10.-John Sel- beavy seas and alternate squalls of "Yes," she snapped, "and It is aboe., --- cure dandruff; because they d
r- .rd man fine fish. wife. Montgomery; F. B.. Wellons. by, a veteran of the Mexican anti rain, hall and snow. Neither the pas- the only dress, judging by .he fuss During the storm yesterday after- and they can not kill the dai
SMarietta, Ga.; W. R. Tatior. Marietta, civil wars, died to-day. He was 87 sengers nor crew were in dry clothes they make over the bills, that some noon the wind reached a velocity of germ. The ortnly hair prteparati
.. defendants were before Ga.; F. L. Hofman, Bast Orange. N. years old. Mr. Selby served under from beginning to end of the race. husbands wnnt their wives to wear."- 25 miles per hour and at one time a the world that postuvely destra
I iey in the municipal court J.: W. H. Wick, Harris; Oo. W. General Zachery Taylor in the batt'c and they suffered every hardship, bar- New York Telegram. squall passed across the by and overt dandru parasites tIcalled curf ow
o- nrning. Two were dis Wave Whitfeld; C. H. Miltoo, Bir- of Buena Vista and later was with the ring shipwreck, that could come to tl ptaniz street and Bayou Texar at aedruff, is Newro's ll-edpide.
. "'-e turned over to the coun- mingham. United States troops operating in any one making the passage in the Cau. m(h higher speed, causing branehesiion to its detroya the da

osts J. M. Taylor. Ernest villa Extracts and give your desserts recognition of his service received a blv Naea Tree. his counsel? Talesman-oYes. His counr nearly 45 degrees. Fortunately it gists. oo fr:sale by W. A. DAlema
-,- John Bryant. colora, the famous "Blue RRibba Flavor."' Ask personal letterrof thanks from Presi. Th e t *ng.sh, or wood ohl, tree is selg m esma ne in aoan. p er w i aefew minteand druigist an. apothecary., 121 S.
b- "ree turned over to the your rrocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon dent Abe Lincoln. The remains will t..-.. .. .. .. ... ... o...... me o. .. .- pe d a.


while they are held on the and Vanilla. Takes lems Flavors be sent to Jacksonville, fil., his for- worthily named the national tree or *alt. Proseutor-You are excused. You but little damage was done. On the fox. Send 10 cents in stamps for
dangerous and uspicious perfectly. er home, for teent. Chins. It is stately in appearance, would evidently sympathize with th bay the squall kicked up a heavy sea, pie to The Herpicide Company
dangerous and suspicious perfectly. r. with smooth green bark and wide prlsoner.-Llfe. but no damage was reported. troit, Mich.
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more than one d wood or brick retain possession of a plot grod life. No purer, more beneficial erbe
left to them in the good old days. The had for the home, for all ouatig ,nd plenics,
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$hat US.4, *nklagi-m a e o Pisamne onaittee, nor was -it As ionols %e city sah he roferId
$.0. The T veer wa eh vw ap-oved', ed, nor was it receipted. nor does ts tots co lttee. unlM ote of wM
by the clhahit of- te hiaril or by voucher show say number for itself, order4 a Atwo-tbitrd vte of the
I Vea [lllloe theF inunee Commutt ylnlt.'Whlt bees nor an1y l lher for city warrantL. t otutn Sascitlashalo f the 20.m
mmmiu n g y T aIdied eby W o llid pay- I Presents no evidence of having been tion 1ys: It shall be the duty
II W SPT we, sent receipted. paid but I think the, -strenuous sam- such committee" to "examine and
Exhibit No. 7 for the Pat el House pain of this date was posibly re- audit all accounts against the City
-o-for the month of September, 1904 aponsible for these omissions. and approve or disapprove the sa re.'
shows the bid of A. M4DO nald Moyer Exhibit No, 14 is for the Board of I have not been able to ftnd where
TME jouRNAL CO AMPA Y. for White Clipped Oas 460.and No. 1 Ifblic Works for March, 1905. The tbhee matters have been "otherwise
0 Timothy hay at 8" per kud4eed. The record bid of A. McDonald Moyer ordered by a two-thd vote 1 the
L.^ -. bill rendered efw t ed eks of oats shows choice white oats at ,43c per council' and hence I am compel' to
A L. &MAT P *flia 11 Ma ", *at $2.90 maklod $5.46 evercharge anl, bushe! and choice No. 1 hay at 71 conclude that the rinase tCommittee
six bales of kay at $6.OS. making an per hundred. The bill rendered shows i has been grossly derelict of duty.
'X7 u Arw overcharge OfLf" 0 on t4y. The forty bales of hay at the uniform rce; Not obe oZ the'vouchers In these
S A O ATD PRESS. voucher was aot approved by the of $i.00-$44.0O, making an overchar.ge exhibits ha. boeen proved or dleap-
S. Mayor nor the Fleance Comkhltte, yet of $14.90 over the the contract price. proved by tie Eai. committee, ai
---,r. .-.- audited by Comptroller an d paid. Twenty sacks of oats at $2.40, making thonrh thc Comptroller stated in this I
al-JM111- A_-- Exhibit No. 8 for the Fire Depart- an overcharge of $5.00 for oats over Council t Ct the Fgiance Committee
m. ^ *M .. nment for September, 1904, render the the contract price. The voucher was had approved them and gave that as
2.. .,t K *** O2 Nl1 Md....*********** ..,., = same bid was rendered for twenty not approved by the Finance Commit- his excuse or eonatersiUlng the war
M..********** O eO Week W .......... 1 sacks of oats at $P30 agaff st $2.30 tee and was not audited by the Comp- rants lor them.
SM **.***** 1 ~ Wekly itia, year.1 bid', making an overcharge o '$12.00; troller. It is ,not numbered, does not I instructed the Clerk to find me a
ftp m e ~ ed d n b. twenty-one bales of hay for which 'is contain the warrant number, and is voucher that showed that It had been
charged $21.90, an overcharge of $7.79. not receipted for payment. approved by the Finance Committee
The voucher Is nbt approved by the Exhibit No. 15 is for the Patrol and he failed to 4oa so. In addulon to
TMW OWLY PE ACOLA NEWSPAPER PUO WHICH A DETAILm mayor or Finance Committee but was House and Fire Department for the these exhibits I have personally ex-
CIRCULATION MTATMIENT CAN SE SRCURED. audited by the Comiptroller and war- month of April, 1905. These bills amined 278 vouchers that have been
rants drawn and paid. show an overcharge of $4.83 over the paid and there was only one approved
Exhibit No. 9 Is for the Board of bid for oats and a uniform charge of by the Finance Committee and that
O 1e -- IO *Mt O.vuement StreP Public Safety for October. 1904. The $1.00 a bale for hay for twenty-nine was approved by a Mr. Stearns who
a moWh Ise. record shows that the bid of A. Mc- bales, making an overcharge of $9.52 had rendered the bill and had evi- A
----- .. __. ..., Donald Moyer was for choice white on. hay. These bills were paid without dently got his signature for receipt
oats at 46c a bushel and chqlce No. 1 being 0. K.'d and without the approval in the wrong place. If the Finance
PENSACOLA, FLIA IDA, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1905. Timothy hay atA80c per hundred. The of the chairman of the Board of Public Committee has approved or disapprow. -_
bill rendered shows five sacks of oats Safety and the chairman of the Fl- ed a single account, during the past
for which a charge of $2.50 per sack nance Committee. two years, as provides' in the said WI!.
gnhloBlis Cts was made and two sacks of oats for Exhibit No. 16 .s for the Patrol resolution I have not been able to TH
M ay or B liss esen s I which a charge of $2.3 was made, House for May, 1905. The bid of A. find it.
making an overcharge of $1.10. The McDonald Moyer is for choice white Section 96 of the City Charter makes
e bill rendered shows eight bales of hay oats at 44c per bushel and for No. I it the duty of the Comptroller to keep
lC. $00, an overcharge of $2.63. The Timothy hay at 80c per hundred. The the city books and accounts and to see
Sil voucher was not approved by the Fi- bill is for six sacks of oats at $2.35. "under the direction of the Finance
nance Committee, but was audited by an overcharge of 90c and eight bales Committee of the Council that proper
(Continued Prom First Page.) and that the prices charged were the Comptroller and paid. of hay $7.70, an overcharge of $2.as. rules and regulations are observed in
much in excess ofthe bid of Dubulsson Exhibit No. 10 for the Board of Pub- The bill is not 0. K.'V'. The voucher relation to all accounts, settlement
were for oats per bushel and the bills & Bro. lie Works and the Fire Department was not approved by the Finance Corn- and reports connected with the fiscal
rendered were for oats per sack. The Exhibit No. 1 for the Patrol House for the month of November presents mittee but was audited and paid. concerns of the city; and that no 11-
bids for hay were for so much per shows for March the bid of Mr. Moyer an interesting study. The Board of Exhibit No. 17 is for the Fire De ability is incurred or expenditure made
hundred weight, and the polls rendered to be 55c per bushel for white clipped Public Works was supplied uader the apartment (or May, 1905, under the from the treasury without due author-
were for so much per bale. oats, and 94c per hundred for No. 1 contract with J. E. Dubuisson & Bro., same bid as Exhibit No. 16. The bill Ity of law."
I have ascertained from merchants Timothy hay. A bill was .rendered while the Board of Public Safety was is for 21 sacks of oats at $2.40, an over- It appears from the exhibits and
that oats are put up in five bushel for five sacks of oats at a price show- supplied under the contract with A. charge of $4.20. It will be noted that from many other vouchers examined DR
sacks. It seems from the bills rend- ing the overcharge to be 25c. The bl!l McDonald Moyer. The bill of Dubuis- 5c more per sack for oats delivered to that the Comptroller has been grossly
ered that all oats sold to the city were was rendered for five bales of hay at son & Bro. was rendered' at the con- the Fire Department than for oats de- dtsregarolful of his duty in drawing
delivered five bushels in a sack. The a charge of $1.10, one at $1.06 and one tract price of 46 cents bushel for livered to the Patrol House. The bill warrants for divers accounts when
bill of Dubuilson & Bia .. bear out at $1.00 making $7.65 for seven bales oats and $15.00 a ton for hay. Thirty- shows twenty-four bales of hay for the same have not been property ap-
this statement, but the bills of Mr. of hay, an overcharge of $2.02 over four bales of hay were delivered to which the charge of $23.90 is made, proved for payment.
Moyer show one of two things, either the contract price. The bill does not the city under thit contract at a cost making an overcharge ot $7.78 over Section 27 of the City Charter makes r
his sacks of oats contained a specified appear to have been approved by the of T70 cents a bale. The bid of Mr. the contract price. The voucher is it the duty of the Mayor to "exercise
amount over five bushels, or else he Mayor, nor audited by the Comptroller. Moyer for the Board of Puolic Safety not approved by the Finance Commit- a general supervision over all the ex-
charged more per bushel than was It is approved for payment by A. Me. for the same month was at the same tee for payment, is audited by the ecuti'e and ministerial officers of the ets
named in his bid. It is not at all probe. Donald Moyer for the Fir.ance Commit- price for hay and two e its less per Comptroller, and receipted by Mr. city and to see that their official du- 0e6
able that each of Mr Moyer's sacks tee. The bill is not receipted although bushel for a higher class of oats, yet Moyer. j/tes are honestly performed." It HM<
of oats contained a specified the numbers of the Comptroller ap- his bill for oats shows an overcharge Exhibit No. 18 is for the Patrol would appear from these exhibits that no
amount over five bushels as pear thereon, and I believe it has been of $3.80 for oats and $9.18 overcharge House for April, 1905. It was omitted the Mayor has been disregard-ful of -Il
his bills might inalcate. As an paid. for hay at the contract prices. Nel. in its proper place in this report. The his duty in allowing the business of
evidence that Mr. Moyer's sacks ot Exhibit No. 2, for the Fire Depart- their of these vOachers show that they bid of A. McDonald Moyer was for the city to be transacted in such a
oats did not contain a specified ment for March, 1904 shows that six have been approved or disapproved by choice white oats at 45c a bushel and loose, slipshod manner. During my Sda
amount in each sack more than the sacks of oats were delivered to the the Finance Committee. Payment for No. 1 Timothy bay at 85q per hundred. life I have had access to the books of
usual five bushels the bills submitted Fire Department at $2.80 per sack, on each of the vouchers has been re- The bill tendered shows twenty sacks a great many business concerns but I
will show that under the same bid and which the overcharge was 30Sc. Twen- ceipted for although neither contains of oats at $2.40 a sack, an overcharge have never seen any that have the
during the same months he charged ty-one bales of bay at $1.10 makes the the numbersof the warrant, of $3.00. and thirty bales of hay at loose appearance of the records of
a uniform price per sack for oats to total charge for hay $23.10, an over- Exhibit No. 11 for the Station House $30.00, making an overcharge of this city. I cannot refrain from saying o
the Patrol House and a very different charge of $5.46, over the contract price, tor November, 11D04, saows the bid of $8.58 over the -ontract price. This that it has come to my knowledge that
uniform price to the flre IDepartment. The voucher is not approved by the A McDonald Moyer to be choice white voucher was not approved by the the Comptroller has repeatedly drawn
It is not within the bounds of probab. Mayor, nor approved no- disapproved oats at 43c per bushel and No, 1 Tim. Board of Public Vorks nor by the Fi- warrants for bills that-have alread-
illty that Mr. Moyer would take the by the Finance Committee, nor audited othy hay at 7Se per hundred'. The bill nance CommilttI(and has no number been .pai4 and the payments of some
trouble to put up a certain measure by the Coliptroller, although warranEt rendered is for ten bales of hay $10.02, of voucher nqr warrant, but is receipt- of these warrants have been stopped
of oats for the Patrol House, and a seem to have been drawn and the an overcharge of $8.S, aad eight sacks ed by -Mr. Moyer. since my advent into the office of
certain other measure for the Fire De- voucher receipted. of oats $20.25, an overcharge of $3.06. I have a few additional vouchers Mayor.
partmet, especially when he was get. Exhibit No. 3 for the Fire Depart- The voucher i not approved by the making about the same showing, The City Charter makes it the duty t.
tlsg so much per bushel. It would meat for April, 1904 shows the bid of Finance Committee, has no warrant which I haTe not had time to arrange, of the Treasurer to keep a set of books
take a very long stretch of interested A. McDonald Moyer to be White Clip- number, but has beet audited by the and which are not submitted. and the Code of Ordinances provides
imagination to suppose such a thing. ped oats at 55c per bushel. No. 1 Comptroller an*d-paympet Is receipted. Very st.enuoUis efforts have Aeen that "The Council shall supply the
In regard to the average weight Timothy hay 94c per hundred. Th Exhibit N4o. 1 for the Patrol House made to etplaJf these bills and 'bids Treasurer with the necessary books
or the bales of hay I have examine, bill rendered for the Fire Department for March 1905, shows the WAd of A. before the Board otf Pblic Works and to keep such records." yet it has come G
the weights of bales of hay delivered shows an overcharge of $1.80 on oats, McDonald moyer to be for choice the council. It has been repeatedly to my knowledge during the past three
to and weighed by the Board of Public and a uniform charge of $1.10 on twen- white oats 43c per bushel al4d No. 1 stated that the hay furnished the city days that this city has no record of
Works from October in 1902 till March ty-one bales of hay, and six bales at Timothy hay 75 per hundred. The by Mr. Moyer under the bids was not Its former Treasurers, and Treasurer
1904, aclusive, at which time it seems $1.05. Allowing the averageweight .if bill rendered shows sacks of oats at good enough, so the mayor ordered Dalley Wot s rme that no record
the weighing of feed was stopped. 84 pounds for each' bale-the overcharge $2.35, making an overcharge of $1.40, that "Iholce" 'hay be furnished and a were',turvA over to him but simply
Some of the leaves of the record are on hay amounts to $8.03 over the con- andz 7 bales of hay at $1.00, making an higher price betpkid. Unfortunately certain...Ameunts of money belongings
torn, at least two or three, and these tract price. Under this bid oats were overcharge on hay of $1.44. This for thlht'explanaflon the bids were to certain funds. J
being incomplete I have not taken in. furnished the Patrol House at contract! voucher was not approved by the FI. often made for choice hay, hence the These show that the .fiscal records
to consideration. I have averaged the prce. There Is no explanation why feei dance Committee nor audite nor explanation falls to the ground. Even ana affaldrs of our city have been kept
bales of hay at each weighing and under the same bid was furnished one sined nor numbered nor does it con- if the bids' were 'not maile for choice in a decidedly bad shape for which
have made a general average for the department at one price, and at theli tain the number of the warrant nor is bay It would-ppar very peculiar and there seems to be no suitable word D
full time. which is possibly the faire .ame time a uniform higher price was it receipted. extraordinary that the Boards of Pcub but- "rotten." Therefore, I recomi-
Smethod of estimating the. average charged another department. It seems Exhibit No. 1* under the me bid lie fety and Public Works should mend: eor I recom
weight of the hay delivered to the very strange that Mr. Moyer should shows the bill rendered or the feed accept month ufter mouth and year First-The appointment of a cpmpe-
City. The dates, numbers of bales, charge the Patrol House with oats delivered to the ire Department, after year ds for feed they could tent committee to examine and
total weights and average weights per daraing a whole month at the uniform Twenty sacks of oats at $240, making not use. What could pess bly be the straighten, as far as possible, the
bale as shown by the records are as ,'ice of $2".0 a sack and charge the an overcharge of $5.00, and twenty- reason for accepting bids for a certain books and accounts of the city.
follows: IF:ir n AaPerBl e e D a theme tme and r bales of ha at th uniform prlc article at a certain price and thghen ac- Sond-The reconsideration of the
Oct. 26, 1902 21 l631 77 The voucher does Dot show that it ha! charge of $8.88. It will be noted that: price? Again, what could have been MaL, r in the removal of the Comp-
Tov,. 2, 1902 20 1736 86 been audited by the Comptroller, or the price of oats In this bill is Sc more the object of bidding on oats at so troller.
ec. 102 it v receipted Finan has evidently much per bushel and rendering a bill Respectfully submitted.
bbat so much per sack? And bidding on OIIAS. H. BLISS,
Feb. 26, 1903 20 10 76 been paid. GOIN or the Patl HouAWAY? hay at so much per hundred weight July 10, 19C3. Mayor.
McApr. 26, 1903 20 1913720 86 Exhibit No, 4, for the Patrol Io i When you leave the o5ty for your and rendering a bill ,for so much per -
JApr. 6, 1903 24 20 1931 84 Moyer April, 10ve shacks ofa bill on Mr. i summer vacation have The Pensacola bale, when it is a fact that bales ofThe Repo Discuased.
JSp. 10 1903 24 2031 84 Moyer for five sacks of oat. at contract Journal follow yop. Notify pircula- hay vary all the way from 55 to 130 Alderman Muldon said that before m
Sldv. 24, 1903 25 213. 36 an overcharge for hay of $1.25. Jho purpose In, making bills O n e me action wae taken n thi rmae of he
Jn. 30, 1903 16 1471 81 voucher for this bill was not approved di- Sfferent bas so. a entre wanted to say as chairman of the
TMch. 15, 1904 25 2269 90 by the financa committee, nor audited finance committ duri
Total average per bale nearly 84 by the Comptroller. Yet it was evident. The uWe e, a, In an Interview published in OThe years no bill or ooutcher a t e te' b
m informed by Mr. Ike Coriglano, E hbit No. 5 contains the is and Iaig aig e find r.rhe fu rn statement attrtdt- b ubnd inaned t mmiwa t to h buso inet
who was employed on the Board of vouchers for the Boar! of Public et tr. J B wo ad been of the 0nance committee to look into
'Pblic Works during the last eight Works ad the Board of Public Safety T City Stret Superintendent for the feed contracts, or purchases which
months of the last administration that together with the Md for May, 1904.pri t yadnwcheen e hadof herps, ecing whvch tim ee h hand oth
me grain or hay was weighed. The contract for this month was, 1IU fe roncr:,- was .being carreo boards. In respect to this evidence
SThis above table shows the approxl. IawardeJ to J. E. Dubuisson & B-o. referred' to is the paragraph u tted A an Muldon ad e
at average e weit o a bale of hay The charges for oats an bay in te "Mr. Burns stated yeterda after- m willstne tor Ex-Mayor Wehes to
*s delivered to the Board of .Publle bill correspond with the contract price -. |< ^^^r. ....... t~dytra fe-. ^^

Works was about 84 pounds. I find on in the bid. Twenty-two Lales of hay oon ore one y er i tht th
tnquiry among the merchants of the were sold to the BoarI of Public CO sion he abd w elgh rain and had wa no motion before the house and
city that this average is about correct Works at an average price of 77c a2 d t h Bo h that whilee did not w.t to be dis-
as to the hay usually sold in this elty.; bale and 7 bales were delivered to! m e- -portepd It o nth Boar,' of Publin Wo-"k., courteous he would het ter ns is
In my calculations as to the over- the Board of Public Safety at an aver. but that the latter bad paid but little on aneobs rvatl onfh.ru s order
charges on hay I have allowed the age price of 74c a bale. The vouchers attention to him and had pald tbpse aid down by- e e
average weight of a bale of hay to be were not approved by the Floance- bills after heha prend proo that lderan Mldon wanted to know
The evidence will further show that Exh1bit No. 5 shows for the Fire De-! IiLV I ave taked with" Ex-Chairman Wr t ot have a risht to the oor
these bills were not approved nor dix- apartment for May, 1904, the bill andi The following greshow The Pen.- ,or Handn! ,.,'ot am "ethah P'. ha e then moved to extend the privilege 4
approved by the Finance Committe-, voucher of A. McDonald Mtoyer. We sacola Journal's crcudation for each ir ". t g n B a of the floor to Comptroller Morgan ..
as provided in a resolution of the have been unable to find any bids on day during the month f June, 1905, r wpea te rie, to get the Board, Comptro er Morgan
Comencl defining the duties of said lte In the-cleterk's office. The reords. with the average number of copies when be wascharman to vesate comptroller Moranexplained that P
committee. It will show also thatof the Board of Pablic Safety 4110owdally: matter but he wa always no vouchers or bill ha- been present-
some of the bills were paid without that the bid of J. E. Dubusson & Bro.. June 1 4,600 JuLe 14 4.460 M4,or Well ,t M t- 'her o me:ber,.' to te finance committee for ap-
blatg O. K'd. by the departments that was received for ood White Oats at June 2 4,460 June 17 4,450 Maor Well eandMr. .Wood. rval bease of the fct tht n
tecefved the feed. It will further !5k a bushel and strictly No. 1 Iay at, June 3 4,450 June 18 4,700: h. er bt'iTe. r t .a He f4" "the present charter that was not re-
show tha" some of the bills were paid $17.25 per ton. The bill rondercA byi June 4 4,700 June 19 .....- "t nTrmae me t 1' an ,e be 'I ol ee ee i
Without being approved by the chair.' A. McDonald Meyer shows that be de; June S ..... Jime i0 4,400 'd t .., i. -- '!e wf an d ere the o one operative be
S of the respective boards. It wl!lllvered nineo act of opts for which! June 6 4,500 Mmq 21 4,450 rwioh o qual ity.- n i tothi fv.r..' 1- e the adoption of r.e charter sn
bew that some bills were approved 'he charted $2.90 a sack. making $3.60' June 7 5,000 June 2 4,450- th o eaw atr. ntion. t t f '" """hal ani fiSoretbe rOspemctive boardsI
IV the Mvor with a rubber stamp and more than the mbid of Mr. Dubuisson. June 8 4,480 Jwe S 4,450 the e roviested atn y contract w.hal Wr"h no have~ T ose matters in hm I
Sbat many of them wera not approve It also shows that he de'iverrd elgh. June 4r0o Jem 5 4,700 ote t Iterested a ofiey contract wi th we crenteo Thoe naane rsI al.
by him at all. It will further show teen bales of hay for which he charge June 10 4,450 June S 4,800 oun cit'n I tm confident th -e ha
that many ot these i1s were paid $181.S. Allowing 84 pol9s as an1 June 11 4,700 Jun g i ... council res to mivestigae the m- bills, but the present charter did away
without being audited by the Comp- average Iale of hay, the charge fo.I June 12 ..... ,JS 4,450 ter it wll find that much f this fe'd wt all that
troller. The only bill approved ftr' bay over the bid of Mr. )Dubui'snM; June 1 4,40 J40 4,450 was purchased rom the We'les-Kahn Alderman Cahn eald
payment by the Finance Committe' oulnd be $5.01. The bills not ap-i June 14 401 J 4,450 company, ln wh the mayor w a oh a n tr att ns ae
was approved by A. McDonald Moyer proved nor disapproved for payment June IS 4,460 la. 50 4,450 intersted party. One party in parc lla a5 mee o h
for the Finance Commktee, while he by the eane Committe nor does it Total for the- m ......1171 ar who feed under Mr ever bee res no bills ad
ws the tean in whose favor the bill appear to have been acdited by the! Average per y. ..... 4,594 Myer' contract states that e sold pvaetedtohim
was made, and be was not a member Comptroller, It is rewcpted for p.- the feed directly to tne'Welles-Kabm Ex-Mna-r Weil l
of the Pinance Committee. The evl- ment. I hereby certify tat tha hove state- that It was den ere.tin of Alderman Muldon,
deace farther shows that some of these There seems to be no reason given rent is correct accorfig the re- e waon of the sid compns was granted the pr
Mlse were paid without belag receipt- why Mr. Moyer should il; the contract o-ds on ile in thyp .reotY to tho e ty Departmets. I eS fa ra the floor. The r
St, &ad some of them do 'not bear ny, awarded to J. E. IDubuisson &Bro. l mention this because I think it prob. th s e oor. The ex-mawr r isl d
'Meace of having been paid at alt, b xhibit No. 1 is for feed furnished' r ably has an laportet bearing a the h t wS a very serious o of
haag they probably have. The or the Be"a t, Public Works for abl. ep oo f I y e ntoore n te W hil mBls ight be .-
dense farther shows that Mr. Moyer September. 1994. The record bid as Sworn to and e beae me ad rreater bills of Mr. Moyer tie opion that the city had bea
reread feed to one department for weted in the minute book shows this 30th day ofIe,9M paid o MSth after amnoth aneawt yr O bbe be yB IN eaC
me ot: when the extract had bee O010 s bi" t A. _e :. Y without Wrotet or
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OB. W. BRNT. Asst Cashier.

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ty Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Copoection with which we
have a Private Depaetumt for these of Renters.

vftg p*"etmfnt-Jat rOt Paid on D-
efte t ##ate of 4 per t per Annum.

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J. RESE, President M. W. MMuIFM, Cashier.
R. M. CART, Vice-President.
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W. A. D'Alemberte +. A. Jonmnge.

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Cp 2, 200,000 SpMIS, 640,000

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.it. BPffer. A. N. Avery.
M. P er. W. IL M Jr,
Bryan Donwody, O. K. Manra,
Frank Reilly, W. I Cawthon,
W. S. Rossac, 9 C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. MoGour, -- Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. 4D Brawner, McKende Oertin.
C. I W.amar, Alex McGowin,
S R. SBauddea, C. M. Covington.
conU efkla IndivldivMM Corporatina, and Firma Soikucte
F peF per cent. interest pidn Time Depeits.

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9 ~fO I^3"THE'af5S1^ A. L17TLE CHAfFi T< IA.fJ W^;tiA
FORBES oIIl. E IOR BB I FROM 0D IFE I A .. a+ 8 dt

"Until death do as part "The words l to the waist, and even then
came like a strala o fMUSIC trom ar a time when the heat was
o.1 "Until dea do us Prt." They next to unbearable. The foundry reach-
echeed and re-echoed through the ed ft% one blook to another. There- 8 a La
lilndtless depths of his sal, inexpress- was NtM-dartmess al the time, and
aVGW ( E A UA CV S U Iblr beautiful, stamping his tace with dust riding from the dirt as was , W l
transiguration. The minister saw the beath lato the mnos. He had seeu n ow e O hr W
BEGINS 8 O'CLOCK SHARP gar of his countenance, the onlook- rae cruelly burned there, and some
era saw it, and marveled. Many were had been carried out, fainting from the the hd 0 a 1ta
moved to tears by something, they hbeat and toll. Bet he had never com-
Y JMO ND AD L 1 01 ht kluiew not what. played. It was not meet that the lit- adbOlre at ou pSat Se
But the Ian was conscious only of tle ahtay at bhenme should know about
the strain that had swelled until ItItl He had made it a habit to assume g d A 83Crit tI
Snflled the audlenee chamber to the ex- an air of Cheerfulness when he entered
clusion of all other things. "Until the house. They were not even ac-
II--* I II I I II I I ^~death do us part." It floated out kt quainted with the nature of his work. LET US FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTION
B II Ithe windows and mingled with the Oe day, while carrying a heavy pot
*O SI^ E RnY I H OHT BI^ wrYI rmatins of the birds; It spread to the at the end of a long bar, he stumbled We we- f d- e A- giglgeg Me amf
far hortzon, and the whole world be- and tell. He had fainted, and before
H l came instinct with .tL "Until death do they could pick him up some of the pisme shrs see w bse heM- .
us part." metal had trickled down upon his
Ladies' Spider Web Qauze, Silk Finished Lisle Hos>e It was the consummation of Ave sboulder and arm, burning them badly. A
aleOU Spide TWeb, e rFinishedU sLe Hose years of hope and toll and dream. All This necessitated a lay-off. W
the bliss that he had contemplated in For six weeks he had been without I I ll I BI
An extra s al offeri of about d&C those five years seemed concentrated work. The articles of the house had Pone 1".
8 >1 ^/-. An eitr dp l Cit d BI Our r2 at his side had become a vison lndis- nothing else to poll, nothing else worth
cribably beautiful. Five years age he a -prices in any form. His family need-.a
9 M OMl bts l i dAn y osa tsfor- ad Sa .. i : 1 i had seen her one September morning ed bread. At 10 o'clock one night he
Siu school. It was the first time. PFrom stood In the row of men waiting for .1
celebrated "Cresent" Dyed, Absolutely Fast Colors that moment he'was changed from the free ap of coffee from a charity coffee John Massey. Jackson Brandon. T. D. Adc
el rate resent yed, Absolutely Fast Colors careless, mischevious bay, into a per- wagon. The wagon stood in front ot r.
Sof great hopes. He worked, be a bakery. There were delicious rolls PeRSn Cola I eCti cal COmpany
See Them in Our g South Wmdow, Then be on Time for Your Share pr aned, he saved. Now he was twen- of ad, and cakes of all descriptions. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
ty-three; he hal a few hundred dollars It was late at night-and his family ALL WORK GUARANTEED
in the bank, and he had just heard the was starving. As idea came to his Cor. Intendenet.and Bell Ph4
words uttered that made them man mind. It took possession of him; it Baylen St. 570
*B BI-rf people faded Into a vague, Indistinct eyes grew dim; surrounding object-, city and also outside the city.
For Quick Selling M onday 4M mass, everything lost form and propor- became vague and formless; the idea
"IT tion. He felt that he would falat. sung through his head, his heart, bai '--
'Then a touch, light but electric, fell soul; All life became instinct with it.
o n i s a Silk Rib s in lin TStta a upon his arm, and recalled him to hi Unconsciously he grasped the cup t
o v of S& Ribbons in pan Tafet mid senses. The organ was playing the black coffee that was handed to him,
wedding march. The bride was mov. and swallowed It In two gulps. "For
F WB ancy Wa'rp ma effects, 31-2 to 4 -2 Ing. He moved with her, down the you, ay darling; for you, my babies,"
nC d ePAIN aile, through the throng of people, out he repeated to himself. A fierce joy
F1CU AIinchs wide& formerly 25 an.d 35c yard at I 1 into the morning sun and air, where a took possession of him.
carriage waited. | He left the coffee line and waited-
U ^ w^^^vmv^ UE -- i~Ihis chance. Il~fa U r_^ ^ ^
KThK"is is piA wVlythe bigt st value in QUAU iTY' Rib- After the short wedding trip they0 00* 0
went to live in their own little cottage., "Sixty dollars and costp" said t he
b msof fred t 88A and issUre to create 0som fast At least it would be their own when Judge.
the Sinal payments were made upon A man had been discovered the night
_i~bMw tl it. He had invested his money in a before stealing bread from a bakery.
village store. From the first it was "I cannot pay it," the man said. "Then Good00 s as c,
--- hard to make anything above the ac- the brildewell for six months," retorted
tual expenses. These were cut down His Vionor. -nfial t,
fi B R ODE R F. t E B_ O_ __ _, Iefrom time to time, until the pruning And the next case was called. t to O al
CJK II~r~n D O^T r^I^OniF?^ 1 f^M IR O/r^1Iin\I EMIIC^ O |H tete struck almost to the quick. The> ********** *****
EIBROIDERI S I M1BROIDE I.5 mail order departments of the great A Cad. as goodwater,
city stores hurt local business. The Tis Is to certify that all druggists
*t Ifamily was incre ing more rapidly are authorized to refund your money When ou Or
Another Unm atchable Special than profits were. Hope of making it Pey's Honey and Tar fails to cure
Afnal ipayments pon the little home your Cough or Cold. It stops the you are su it is goo;
was A nally bandooned. The store was Cough, heals the lungs and prevents
Ffty u.tirely new Patterns, 35, 40, 50, 60 ani 65c values, drawn from our mortgaged, then the cottage was sold serols results fromte a conid. Cures la The l h blends
to save the payments that had been Grippe congh and prevents pneumonia
U B E maCh sCts in order tht yO w ho w Ure Uabdle toadeupon iFally the store went. and Consumption. Contains no opiates. of Roastd C
It had teu years, and the The genuine is lit a yellow package. Re-
young man had J)eoome.& mature man, f u ~ ~ O W .DAebre
1 t o r get iu w r yO wIaa .it wm ek might have an with patches ofgray hair boe h' ,Drgist a Apotheca, S. Pal s fics
V 9) ears. But even now hope was not ftt.
S dhr opporsesity. About eleven hImdred yards in this lot at only 2 yed dead. The country was too slow, that
wasall veryth was reaching to. o AV s WAS o. eW O ea GroceryC
ward the ciy. H followed the en MONDAY AS WASH DAY. P w
/ DISPLAY ON IEMST COUNTER TO LEFT OF ENTRANCE ,ra flux and, fou himself with his' -
_r1family in -the h=b of the great me. lt Bor, No a Te t V Froml tah e9d Mt i,
tropolls. this little woman was fright. ne 50 JAS. McHIIUGH, Proprietor.
0 & B W g -ed; the children were awed beyond NI dyo wmdr how it came about L
W J O J & B O RO ES esure. But- they were the first to that t or coUtry all families think tabished, 174,
o c o recover. Long before the mother had they IMst do their washing on Mon-
liarned the thoroughfare to the third dayt
ISbrk, l they had picedM up the SiZ U MiyfOww drifted into Masna- ,
phrases. t~the sO~ool and the atreet cdmletU bay $reS' lgy It anchor outside .... _.-__
.._--.- --- '--- ....----... "and could Qope with any of the i ln tesere ov e fat hers .......... .I M S_^, R *to-
Mayor Presents Evidence to Council "R.,fr,- "h""'wLi.Th-i | aO A nA
lor six wont" the father had work- taeto"_a/n mr.+
ed as_ "Pourer" __ in an Iron f...... Ten n ,v .. "mJ we SM ar n tsee ta CT RCRN
boors a day was the length of time the aw tashione deire to i\4 np
Cnw inued ir rom For th Page.) i ed J. Geo. White to buy no more cheap I It may have been robbery, continued that he bent his back and strained his cam ever the hurts at the good souse-
c- I t believe that W H Hatchn. Regarding A. McDonad beoyerhs that, b.t he considered the ua-.or s oten metal fram the furnace to thehe The women were rowed to shore, and a mrI B
-.' .hite. Jno.G. Wood, an l blls,the .ex-syor sma Moyer, ha evidence consisted of vesr7 emil moulds,. hI cold and warm weather la the cott. salty wtetr of the bay this OW
.. id. ..... "- agreed to ...... t. ..s at a pro things-from 25 celts to $14.W--atd his fate had streamed with perspipr- Monday I NovKember, 1620. the first a
.. .. n"Id Pnof 2 cents per bushel lad-hay at a hc did not think any of them Justifed ton from the at of the white-hot ladleh InAmericawatedand scrubbed IS AN UNFAILING REMEDY.
( o nr iUld hbad told proit of 10 ents per bale. For the'the sweeping charge that this city had lutd. In summer his body had been in the Enlnh? ftshion too. Fires CURES TBETHING, DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, DYSENTE
-. s "- .. was *rstxck in the promd they had been systematically robbed for year-- FLUX AND ALL BOWEL DISORDERS.
,h n the la.te w.. mI bought a cheaper quality of feed and. a charge which, to the outside world, were built watr heated and clothe
. .h. w .n ,elles- hbecimer possibly that would account tor the carried with It the impression that voting. Alderman Watson did not spread out on the trees and snow. SOLD AT WHITE'S PHARMACY.
:hey advernised fo r bo d f or b ydsctr epeecy i s prices d this was a city of robbery, graft, etc. vote on the ground that he had not When aU was olshed to the satisfae- At wholesale by Mobile Drug Co., Mobile; Lewis A Co., Pensac
So c-i u no, get pood ed ? T ex-mayor submitted gures to; Report Receivel and FIled. been in the council when these ma,- tion of the women they sighed with #.- R Ms#x ## gl-SE t1r,,^4 "
< t." -that- ithout pt show that during his administration+ On motion of Alderman Muldon the terms took place, and Aldermen McHugh pleasure and said, "Cleanliness is akin - | -
t tur ishd was un atisfaet the avera cost, per head for stock mayor's report was ordered received and Yonge voted no on the ground that to godliness."
' : d, therefore, de''ded to buy feed was $8.85 pr month for the irst and iled, the frst recommendation the mayor's charges and evidence Do you know this Is history? Yes, it THE ALA49AMA BRNAU, ,,S,
. i '. the opn market andmduringt year, $8.49 for the se-ond, and an was referred to the fnance committee, should be investigated before such a is, though not as dry as history some. A high-grade institution tor girls and young ladies-a branch
-. da na ked for. av^eea e of eper tht ha dthes vtwo. andsot the second recommendation was resoluUon was passed. times is. Anything is history that Brenau College-Conservatory, Gainesville, Ga. Full courses in Llte
, Welles aid that regarding ars. He bel".ved the c.ty had saved. not adopted Resolutlen Vetoed. I shows ths spirit of the times, and this ture, Languaes, Science, Music, Art, Oratory, etc. College build
S :t o- ha" tha ,ome, bails $1.00 per montl per huea during t,, Relution of Censure Ma.vor Blis said it seemed to him was day o xAmaes showed the spii beautifully turnished, everything new; splendid new pianos. Delli
gh loo pound_ and some as ........... -o- sail Alderman Muldon then Introduce4 that the council was treating a serious at the frst atrival.--Boston Globe. ful latdn. et accommAtios. HExellent facu lt. orCE c
, ,.-. 130 He ,s.ub twued ~ intvoices) mIBr he kid ",rl^m rlh.t Ia reslution whihcmne ao mte eyl^l, I; didn't make logue address 'AW VAN OSEo J. .EAlSE,
" -ra c... 'lca +dow that, 'S E' th e brosBiss for making so brod a chare- ay difference whether the city had I 4 AsSc. Presidents, Eufaula, Ala
* averaged ov. 100 pounds du t ... ," .a n ifthere was that of systematic robbery-and Whleh been robbed of 5 cents or $5000, it it; .' rio .
h..rd '- it advertising aort u a ItbLdtoh set forth that in the council s optalon had been robbed at all it was robbery ]0 0 Ing
naidt ee eha ne e e bl mmee' ti-h dit e the charge was not justifled by the d he therefore vetoei the resolu- B -irdsT allt--, -. TareTT[7TTl
we w orith a h e ".,- eed... Btrhe or b am shorldattc ntto Wate oie lo n t Blrdsthelrbeadsbengasmall, are alJ !V il/
#- ... .. w' n n it. and ne instruc .+t-! u ms_ . or a ',,_.,,mor-" *.. .^ ,. ^ ," further called upon M ayor Bliss to be Alderman M uldon m oved that the Its laflu men M i- ke n Felt I 8o usually regarded as stupid, but an am- . .. ... ..*-< ^*

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ei he (We was ane p- more careful in the future about ak. resolution be passed over the mayor's Penaela People ateur naturalist has pointed out a proof
exi ne fr t. /8 R, -- oecreu nteftueaotmlt eo h ot tny te a eu ~Pensawla People.OFN THC R IA
sible for it. Oe"I ing such charges as they tended o veto, the vote standing the same as that the oriole at least is very. nttlll- OF NORTH CAROLINA
OT LUNCH DAILY Alderma idthat he had to injure the interests of the city. on Its adoption, seven for, one no The l ceo eis gent. Take the ha the 17-190
t-W counter. Hall's saloon te~ $*%a" ttunder This resolution was adopted by a oUng and Aldermen McHugh an4 I Afer suffering from Itching Piles, e he sa I a bita t a d tyo
S, nter.Hs almn. on m e d vote o 7 to 2, and e member t Y tin against i t ue ema or any itchiness of e, theespat bs ofbs. Head of the State's Education
"- '..nrni and Spaghetti and'three administratloos anbl that, except two-thirds of the entire council, or the skn, wi findthe depated Doaoe ead.
"-'.,r*, orders served Otonpfor puresasesion over orderthebyoth
Sr orders served- Open for phases 4irely ordered by te .th eight votes, to pass a resolution over Mak, on@. fel .reateful for the oriole Is fond of hoi, aldhe has t.
." h. S19 South Palafoxp committee. so voneber had ever been the mayor's veto, the Mesolution failed remedy. discovered som
set V. DM LUSTRO, signed by any ebet Of o It It was P n m Ia to pass. Dqw's Ointment has soothed hun- ries honey In a se Aeaily he DEPARTMENTS
Manager. impossible, be said, for the members P n la Has1 1l Other Matters. dreds. rushes down on the tMet, sBlg oRff Its o lglat, Engineerlng,
of the finance committee to InvestigaOther matt ers were disposed of by Has what one Pensacola citlen be m removes r v a d
-it Cleaned at thecouncil as follows:s Appropriation Me isne,
thought, didm ot re e1t. .Ct- l e r I-- me pp..?s H. Powell, machinist by trade, bare. This ws ene n the
Alderamann HomIinhis opl Pan $915 fore 2a .ext raofiremensIcdnas, Hla. o WeAs Cervantes street, oriol's partb tI

ean andL^ ^ ^^^ D-djsten of^^^ ^ fire~s-^ alrmsy- .st!a o
I W l ton. the dutf of the ftaa t enM .. of.. .a e ...mmittee t ---Ls: -I was a sIu erer from itching scribed the thi I h se i te Ld co tie-O 0 ou
IiII ....s to mak~ v a but Ior the year .......... um, repo.rt of finance committees that -: a t soven yers and heh M heibrycnis4,0 vlm
I dsIUend NO. 1. N. PALAFOX STRdET" bond ordinance would be ready for Piles f b bird's reasoning m wer t st y water works, electric ls,
W iS.oesafety had recet ved tee Jtntt_ athe pht te tasuae aamound os eP .lr me tlg both day and ight. It p the stin agee tt heatingsydem. N
propriated to tbe m eWr t abt budget. g trader of liquor license of B. r. e for me to bT been thatte hatoe s l eM or asu11
thtat ended that matter 90 far as 'the Re &Coto gordin sance C Alerman t R A account of the Ing bee be Wa by alone .4 Dbta
0nM0 oWalter _0 7orUENma. I read aboutINSTU

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Piano HoUalI Mayor B2" .be.e..said that as the D'V. lbubsB Chris ln 00 O o A. t thought I would T,* pe. ease.
executive olcr of the eLtY, it was U .s General Dealer % V. b'-tnandJ. ,' ari a ah try it, cad pe"tred a box at Sidney TbeM a rk d ead w In- T .Pa tr e.
duty to exeat e t e ws4as e found to bu ldo a street railway from the pres._ ]K s druag s torhe No. 9 South to the cradle aA gl-dm Ie alM.-
them; thri te laws eapo 1certais e tn. st Hill line through Bay-View P s It. c ured me coW After rannag I te .asl .t e 9Ch iP. N.A
Duties oan the Sae comatee; that -rk, a"nd also to build a pavilion or, pa-I.- qs" t praise it hig mumps and s qPmpre its s hl.
a o I. Iaif f -it the laws, oar It, W -ong tbey 0e lae p is pas g eo oga, and 1save recommended It to school. At the je pt A e b te ter- I
S d- save nr eyPaisaf sShould be l h. eted: Or --peaged- but da*n In the in hpark; .ia ge ford tha or ofendsduringr of the eloSS
from $100 to 00ta& 6 -yathei & antthes the city treasurer and of the ordinance *Ai s ndI no of i nppreM t t
w s"o the Baby'P c_0 .|t Wa -th la.. _ad oCYCLES REPAIRED* aheading the franchise time of the o. o1ho-eKfreczema on eghteenibe hMe lt, em YOUR
Mayor. stre_ .. ,. prop lo be b" aft be sin-e- ,ol me ln primer.0
iezaular Piano made for yoi cot at s i e jedng stock. CYCLES FOR RENT.. 1 p tht er ply and effec -o pm t q pC R A
PaY You to call or write us. to dowitn e hich jeSIrosIw -he-, Cash R_-:htsM" -Type, _ne_ o. ", --mm e of thre ]pof VoOaW fnent to anyone per. At tweemtf.leeds at 4
mad *.INe &,ai sh referred to writers, Gans.Psatols. L ,,ks mW 6 .th t-uphe, Ktter i 0f -a. tcigy i ai itWtching skin dia- A be 18s M
the ,ct t tW1**-'14,- hadbeeen "brelaspaL ... ..; er m L ra0. a 90 em-imm.t.at they. wi." end tandIs the t hl.At
for at oe ease get sal for at* Iawn owers, ctsmo "k fatse raUt at foot of Alcanis Atrgot asshtd athe results ob- thirty-Aive be Ii.41
Other price.. eta.. sharpmese. p._i..... ma0n. I Mo
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S in One -LE8A.WikTiER.te. 411i and beauty, not to mention
.T Weck -d TavIyow anesand Saolety, Here a W ure *de44fwhi thu bued by ia dispenser.
It is to be hoped that some higher
Si AU IAI T I L A Mr. ". A"r ha"e authority weil "reverse" the Magd-
EA U IO LA Mr. td Mre. JoU C'. Avery have supper h0rd r THE PERFS T BEAUTIFIR. e to Wa, the aurf bathing at the o 1faTvg sta- the delnquaet husband.
dte ja ft l 1s e Mes Remeaber the Library meeting this Miss Daisy McAlliter -ft at the W= E EaFUL TRIAL OP
M-ishes,- traces of ca worry,_l- evening at 8:0SO. same time going to Gutport, Miss., to B'Z -THE MEW BLOOHOUND0.
o--" "--'-iAfb- a f.w a pp .e- T E .- lW BLt, -,C1U-TR.L_ O
st D Uola. e autr of oth re t visit Mrs. Will favoariWe, and Was. HE EWBiOU-
aetiukhesmanUe from he fams, U. D. C.'s, remember the regular Crawford also stopped over there to The sherit's new bloodhounds, Joe
at* W snkleitr benin&e ir and wet meeting this evening at the residence visit Mrs. Tippin. The shits ne dhom s, A0
ein^ll or bleper sh rmutoI ai. s- .. .. ..R an wen hm .on A1t--ta and m, which arrived from San An-
Sis tendoned by th Medal P.rateraity. of the president Miss Leila Reese at Miss Hearne left them at Fomation talo. Texas, on iturday were given
ad Exper t o e bratolotil 5clo k and went home to Attaon Sunda afternoon and pro-- --
a ythlt forty and fifty as they were ... e' themselves to be man hunters in
Stwemo ,lo used by men withtheame Mr. an,' Mrs. 0. R. Smith and daugh- K.SING BY RULE *very sense oa the word. They were
lmeu rsult Beautieamovs es the ter Miss Isla. returned last evening EM-BITTERS IT.S WErN.. l l.- about a mle beyond the out-s
aIof BIWN, LIVEIL SPOTS."taken oa mi.....dth---
L3S. BLACKHEADS. PIMPLES: and her friends will be pleased to One of those queer, destructive, yet NADINE FACE POWQER is corn. tisk ofthe cty by the sheriff and
nKL, 8. CARS, sMALL POX PIT- learn that Mrs. Smith's health has well meant efforts to protect weak, pounded and purified by a newly di- herk laced on the trail of Ike San.
Sd DISFIGU LN I.U- been greatly benefitted by their stay delenceless woman, was a recent decl- covered process. Produces a bcauti- therP1^e pleae.d re al-r "baIt" San-
IlRA-NTEE D. on a farm on the Blue Ridge moun- on of Magistrate Higgenbottom of ful, soft, velvety, appearance, wh lh ders had about fifteen minutes the
frmise by leading druggists or sent tains where they eased on the purest New York In the case of Mtrs. Lindsay remains until washed off Ladies who start of the animals but they ran him
t"R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO and best taht mountain and farm can who charged her husband George LAWd- use Nadine Face Powder are sure the ort order, forcin him to
eptRR Y IAL produce. They visited in Baltimore say with abandoning her Uad their complexion will be sort and lovely at ow i shor t avrder,d enforcing hewed
tI -.ola book Jlf-ru-n s tIand Washington en route home, but baby, yet alleging that before he de- close of the evening. e o a ree
, amatIos book nmal ftr po s. found both cities very warm after the certed them he had allowed her but THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. UP.
- cool mountain air and are glad to be thirty-five cents a -day on which to Buy one 50-cent green package of .. .. .
at home. support herself and baby, while he Nadine Face Powder, and if you ae 0w owls catch ....
Lived on the best the *rkts afforded. not entirely satisfied, notify us and When I was a chunk of a boy I shot
Mrs. M. M. Champion of Montgom- George pleaded in extenuation that we will promptly refund your money. a horned owl, the spread of .whose
S- ery is visiting Mrs. & W. Loveless on Mrs. Lindsay neglected her domestic Sold by all leading druggists, or mail wings was four and one-half feet, and,
Ih e C ar IHayne street. to the pleasure of her duties and inflicted him with a moth- price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, to the surprise of the boy who had car-
'T h e ... old friends and neighbors in this city. erinlaw. After hearing both sides the prepared only by tried it for several miles, the weight
magistrate said: NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. wab only four pounds. They were
Mrs. Fallon and baby daughter Wil- The Sent eoe, rather numerous at that time In that
Index System bern Pearl, ando her sister Miss Hattie "i sentence you to take your wife section of the country and were tron-
Hendrix, left Saturday noon to visit and baby to Coney Island one day each would as quickly resent the magis- blesome about carrying off chickens,.
in Montgomery and Georgiana, Ala. week, to kiss your wife once at least trate's interference. whUh -mostly roosted in apple trees
is the most convenient each day. and to pay her $6 each week. But- what of the woman-poor, about the farm buildings. The belief
and accurate system for The Denver Post announces the ar- suggest that you take her a bunch weak, defenseless soul-who rejoiced fa .
rival in that city of Mr. and Mrs. N. of flowers once in a while. You are at the prospect of a "kiss" under such that they could carry awayfull grown
keeping accounts which McK. Oerting of iPensacola, Fla. Mr. commanded not to allow your mother- circumstances? bens was a common one. It was also
has yet been devised, and Mrs. Oerting are on a continua- in-law to Interfere with your house- To even visit Coney Island in his commonly believed that an owl never
You can buy complete tion of their bridal trip, begun two hold arrangements. This sentence company would be repulsive to most picked a chicken off the roost, but
years ago and naturally return to Mrs. holds for dour weeks and you and women, but-to be kissed under legal alighting on the limb, crowded the
Oerting's old home which they have your wife are to report here tour ruling by a man--even one's lord and chicken off and as it flew toward the
Card Index n ot visited since their wedding. After weeks from to-day. If you do not master if he protested-ye shades ofd ground caught it on the wlng.-Forest
renewing old friendships here they obey the sentence you will be in con- woman's rights! What are we coming and Stream.
Outfits contemplate an interesting tour west- tempt of court and I will punish you." to? "Kiss your wife once at least
--. ward. Wife's Comment, each day." a..e Be t.n dhe, ahes*
lr. H* J I ....rd. ". "I am so glad Magistrate Higgini Surely. Judge Higginbotham mug' ,n-Au ,rev's Lives"this uaint tory
ere. Mr.J. A. Byrd has returned to Tel- botham-told eorge he mst kiss me. have been raised on the affection de InAubrey's Lives" this quaint story
lico, Tenn., after spending the Fourth I would rather he did not have to be stroying rule of "kiss pappa and mama, s told of Lord Bacon: "His lordsh
with his family. Mrs. Byrd and their told, but it is so long since I have and grandma and grandpa, and uncle being in the garden looking on fshers
S sons Older and Eimer, leave this, been kissed that any kind would be and aunt, and sisters and brothers, as they were throwing theirnetta asked
morning to attend the wedding of Mr.i better than none. And maybe he will and any stray visitors loafln' round; them what they would take for their
Gem D okUUU O re Byrd's niece Miss Lisa Renfrow, in turn sweetheart again if he does at when starting to school in themorning, catch. They answered so much. His
Holz, Fla. the judge says. I am ready to help when you get home in the afternoon lordship would offer them not more,
I.C.... .L .. .. my husband, obey orders." when you go down town in the evening but so maLh. They drew up their nett,
..Mrs. T. H. Lang and little son Hun- Man's Com ,n t and when you return, and when you and in it were only two or three little
--ter have gone to spend the warm "Kiss my wifebecause I must? Not retire for the night, or-when they do," fishes. He then told them it had been
months with Mr. Lang's parents in on your life. Jail for me rather than and has missed the real thing. better for them to have taken his offer.
Farmington, Tenn. lose my freedom to kiss when and He is probably Ia tthe habit of kiss- They replied they hoped for a better
__ _._ whom I choose." ng his wife-if he hMs one* poor thing t s Mhsl h o i
-- 1Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Campbell and Referring to this case the Miami -perfunctoril whe he leaves her todraft bt, d s lordship, ope
Mr. an6t Mrs. W. W. Weekley left last Metropolis says: go down town in the morning and re- a good breakfast, but an Ill supper.-
night on a three weeks' outing that "Kissing on compulsion can hardly peats the dose when; le returns in the
Includes visits to Atlanta, Spartan- be satisfactory. Hearing her husband's evening, unconscious 'whether on the A Paper Homne.
$b-Jg^ ^ urg. Hendersonville and Asheville, defiant remarks Mrs. IAndsay reflect* tip of her nose or one ear, or whether "Only think," exclaimed Fendersoe,
Lookout Mountain, Birmingham and ively observed 'Punny, Is't it, how his lips have brpudad bhqr cheek or "of the many uses to which paper to
SDakota AA a man will change. She was thinking her pompadour. ow ,,. mow putr .
of the golden days at-euth and love He was probe bly"raiase' 'brought" "I know," replid Bass. "I was at
Mr. Jimmie 9mith went to Mobile when George came a-wooing. Then up or "bred'," on thil vulgarizing the- the theater the other night, and I was
Sunday where his oosn Mr. Jimmie 1 klsesthere were in plenty, mand George ory that it is "polite" for children to told It was all paper, and It was a Ain,
SWedgewprth joined him on a pleasure could hardly get enough. But now- permit caresses from any visitor or astant..al looking strict too."
trip to Points in Mississippi. 'funny, isn't it, how a n w ill change.' chance acquaintance. who chooses to
M.ir A man may hardly notice when he profane their childish lips or/ cheeks The. ole In the e
[i^^i^ { K UMr. and Mrs. Henry Horsler have leaves off the habit of kissing hMbwife . Is belttled bhavn a
moved from 19 East Gregory street to but his w1fe doch, antd though si may v N ..man Is belittled by bavtg a de
116 North Baylen street. not complain the shadow of pain lin- From the standpoltt. of economy to cent roof over his head, and no bishop
gers long. None appreciates the kiss say nothing about the famous "Blue is made a saint by living in a hovel.-
Miss Lillie Davis of Georgiana, Ala., more than the wife who has began to Ribbon Flavor," it is actually cheaper From "The Bishop's Niece," by George
It's a simple thing to secure is visiting her brother Mr. J. L. fade. Man is a selfish, thoughtless to use Blue Ribbon bemon and Vanilla H. Pieard.
% good values and feet comfort Davis. sort of a brute, even when 'b eoes not Extracts. Ask your' grocer for Blue "
Mean to be unkind. BPut a to George Ribbon Lemon ,rnd'Viinllla. Takes It Is really the errors of a man that
without sacrificing style. We Miss Jennie Bennett of Louisiana Lindsay. Will the RNgistrate send less. Flavors le ety.' ., make him lovble.- .he.
who is 'visiting Mrs. (Dr.) Bickerstaff, him to Jail It he refuse to obey his h m. e .
place at your disposal a col- has gone to Holly, Fla., for a few days order? And can he send a man to jail
election of footwear that will to join a house party. for refusing to ki his we? In the% J S Daily Fashion Feature
suit all tastes and please all Mr. and Mrs. Leslie y Brooks are to go uklssed. But tht is the for-
in camp on Bayou Texar near Mr. and tune or misfortune of s"ay wives.""
parses. Mrs. Dan Sheppard and Mr. ano' Mrs. Judge Higginbotham apparently
Lee Daniels. knew that Mr. Uedsay wan Saanelally /
able to support his wife better than
.FOR INSTANCE Miss Fannie Davis of Bluff Springs he had been doing and wa doubtle
FOR INSTANCE is visiting Mrs. George Johnson cor- Justifled in IncreMingther alowau l Ie. .
ner Twelfth avenue and Cervantes. He was certainly justified in forbid- I W /
, _ding the husband to permit the mother-
$3.00 Ladies' Vici Kid Welt Q Miss Eva Davis has returned from In-law to Interfere with his household
Oxfords for ............ S145 a trip to Georgians and Montgomery. arrangements, though the average man
350 adiesTan Kid We$lt 2.90 ^ LY, t .,, ,,

$50 Ladies' Light and 41 .5 *r J. H sptvwandlyMrouM. rBe.I ItS So Smoth I
Heav Oafo.s fr ad are entertaining a jolly house party of /I/ "/
Heay Oxfords for ...... P Pensaoola ladies at Hlolly, FP., for a of. . Sc. hi /
$2.50 Misses' Pat Kid Ox- *q Al Their guests are Miss Kale I fttin, r /
fords for .............. i 1m. .viss Mabel Loftin, ?viss Bossiu Bas- l;-- C... : f
tr. Miss Jennie Bennett (of Io;si- Ulllcaie Flavor.V / ; / T
$..0 Bo.ys Cl ad 9iana). Mi* Johnson and chaperoned I 1
K..d f rd forC- by Mrs. C. R. Johnson who is accom- Such is the opinion of everyone .',- /'
Lola, who left yesterday anticipating pl f ?",
a delightful time. parlo, for; -
FEW OF MANY VAL. Miss Belle Johnson was given a l 1 1 II WUW* '..I UU5>
... .... surprise party by the following young But then, you know, it couldn't oS ." ; %'JA "
UES OFFERED, people, at her residence 413 West o- be otherwise. We use the pure /
mana: Misses Fona Munn, Louise __. ., .,..-, .... I / //
O'Connell Olvia Oonnell, Louise Jersey cream, pure extracts, and S i ////
Graham, Inga Forkelson, Cecllo Hat- Its making is so cleanly-well a/n /
f Taket a Leek Bu ton. Maud Jones, Annie and Johanna it Just can't help but be good. -_ //
SChristopherses, Florence Graham.

Lilah Touart Louise Doolev, Messrs
V II T-0I Jas. Graham. Hardle Brux, Thos. Me-
Cullagh George Touart, Joe Touart, | // ,
Peter Abt, Max Rupert. John Grahami Kandy K chn Cafe,
Chas. Fonim, Hugh Hatton. Harvy ^ .
----- Janett, Robt Lockler, Albert Golay, 140 S. Palaor Phone 999
Jim Scholl Ed McGinn. Edgar Day ,
Nicolas Condos, Frank Boghigh, Chas.
Haynes. I
Mo Vyer lU0 CV Mrs. J. B. Lasseter willleave Friday WOUlM Y0 U ie
to join Mr. Lasseter in Birmingham,
Ala., where he went two weeks ago CA An I"ll
and has gone into the real estate and UU 111 ill
peg Fw dMe ta Fil. Brokerage bulness for himself. Their m .
many friends will regret their depart- IffAn.F .? .
ure but trust they may be very pros- UIll /
Sole P, atx SL. rlt=Smara. wrous in their new home. I
-u 3PjXS, remTsu Mrs. lAseter's mother Mrs. Bui- Some paper with your
_____ lard remains in Penwacola with her I"me paper with your
son Mr. J. W. Bullard. own monogram on it?
SWill be glad to su t A CHIC LTTLE BOLRO.
6?- KAieA- ATss Crawford of Okolona, Miss.. t S The all-over embroideries lend them- are narrow at the top, to widen out
H A 7 who has been visiting Mrs. A. R. selves delightfully to the extremely ab- I _gett tlly towards the bottom. The
*- Hf M t (Mck) McAis~r, adt Miss Hearne a E B I breviated garments that do duty-or-j sleve, too, is short and loose, sit up
of Atlantf, G2 W 4kth Sataraby nightte COE S B800 tame eiance of it-tor a summer the *Matr, so-that the fall puff of the
S, LEANEt, BLEACHED AND after having beI the recipients of v- rap. A very simple but chic little blow sleeve s not crashed or m= -
SLOCK. at the at att ero is I treated .th biack han ed br p the s*aW em
RULE AWL- 1. an MeAIs S.ope ad free, the side SaIms fol I I S 1I edge the OUtle 5rme Sp
tar ga*ve a a 13. mt. the crve of the gre, and t" 6 the se. p edge'
etr-. e a p / a rre o.ts rol..g b .. in reveres that -- .0a m n.ai.g a very
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a mattesthaethathe acmaulated in it. F.c.
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s4 ol led bood circulation., and though thiv
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sidefo "6-it-d and b5ed causing
iP" extra eto SIS ut di4Mu-ort. al covire I w aCS,
morbid and bi"apoa matter, ihe of I Eczema. Icos i.-aliphct.
thOy make Mr app-rance. ased several e-rternal app;ct:i,'e.
.r ternals remdies cab juig but sligbu t tr.pWr- relief. i decided to
ewe; they soothe *ad Ve tyS. s., adooiltouudnmyselfent.-elyycnre
tctbposay relief, but O lea taonS A., Kans City, Mo. W. P. BRcss.
clog the pores and glands. and
the poison causing the trouble is thus shut up in the system to break ot
afresh later os. S. 8., aprely Tjetable blood remedy. cures all ska
4ts.ea, by goipg down into the curculaton, driving out all poisons and wa.:e
,,' tte, strengthening the blood, leavir. :he skin
Sft a" d smooth, and building up the entire system
S by its tonic effect. S. S. S.cures Nettle Rash Poi.
son Oak and all skin diseasesthat enter the system
S thf h the po=w and glands, as wen as those that
have their o in od.Book o Skin Diseases and any ad viwi ,
without charge. U* ir W SWLM 9^ AWAAN7A6 G&

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the Furniture we sell. Best material, best workman-' '
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SSALT ISH-Etw dried or In pickeL -
For farther imformstoa address we Abhall be g4 to v~*ukad e
"Fisherman," Millview, Fla. 6jlylw. w ith those design to by r ull p109-
OR SALE.-i am Florida State Agent Specal attention to eats, lsur-
i for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ad ance, Madu LAu, andto tho Col
Vau FPixtures of all descriptions tion of interest.
manufactured by Alpine Sufe ani IS ,.,
Lxck Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. FO:A
Communfrate with me for prices and 6-room house newly papered
terms before baying elsewtmre. Scar- and painted, on Little ~.you,
ritt Moreno, Penfacola, FI on car line, lot 100x140.
2SJune. Barn. Good bargain at .... 1700.00
OR SALI.-17%footop rg xl0, W. Garden street ..$160.00
sklff. oot beam carries 75 yards 4 lot W. LaRu street. .. 00.. 0
canvass. In good codto. A Blocksin W. K T. from
gain. Waddell, room 2, 28SPals-nW.toK,. o 0
.tWt rooo...................... 1500.00
foax St tSJunelml3 of the prettiest lots .n New
POR SALE.-Steam Auto, almost new City ..................... 00.0
cash, part cash or real estate ex- FOR RENT.
change. Call at room 4, 7% Palafox. 12. Che St............. 15.00
juanemi* 610 E. Jackson St., newly pa-
FOR SAdiL.-Two pair extra fine pered, bath ................. 17.60
young males. sound and In god 612 W. Main St ............. 10.00
condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-', = r.T
baker wagon.,W. S. Gareld. 4une. L.S. BROWN & Co
FOR SALI-Half interest in good
paying manufacturugb-Iness; about 200 Theisen Bld'g
$1000.00 required, good reasons for sell-
ing. Address Manufacturing, eare Telephone I18.
iJournal. 14Junelm ,_ _

When You Want to Sell

Your Property


Our Opportunity to Secure

Purchasers is Superior

to Others.

Pensacola Investment Co.
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, Ciy Mimnr.
W. H. KNOWLES. Pro& IL ugmp"o, flmf
J. E STILLMAN. V. P. & *4 1L KWLf. hYR Tre".
215 8. Paldw St. Pesmish. Pla.

I FOR SALE.-Ten H. P. boiler and en-
WVANTED-1Men to distribute samples, YOUNG MEN-Or Illustrated cata- gf#e in good running condition. Cat
lack :lgii S;;...O, daily. 14o canvass- logue explains how we teach -barber, be seen at Pensacola Iron Works ,
:,e Con:infn:al; Distributing Service. I trade in few weeks mailed free. Moler Supply Co.'s. Apply Pfeffer's Steaml
Sitrago. lJlyZt* Barber college, New Orleans, La. Bakery. I June
. ANTIED-A Good waite washerw 'W. fiyi ylm I ORSA .-Horses for sale and alao
man to- small family. Apply corner WANTD.---Aents In different coun- for hire. Kentucky Stables, cor. Jet-
vn and 12th street. tjlylw* ties In Florida to haJle Alpine Safe person and Zarragossa Sts. JoeWeill,
SA-N I LD.-Auy girl in need of friend- an Lock co.'s Fire and BurglarProo Prop. l6junelm.
i. help. advice. ete, will Sad Safes and Vault Fixtures of every- - -- -
a and willing assistance by sp- description. Write e for term. FOR SALE- S-hole range, 1 out
.' a :- -he Matron of theSalvtion Sarrtt Moreo, Pncola, Fia.. Flor. door hot air brooder, 1 lot partridge
Ir neseue Home, 33-d St. and ave -ida State Agent. 28june. Cochin Chickens. 1 oyster shell grind-
'- Birmingham Ala- dh. WAT. T -- er, 60 foot Galvaned Ptipb and point.
: .. Birmingham, Ala. WANTW).-Tw9-cn d evassers e~Apply to J. L Muller At Forbes' Dry
Sw ted; wil ay straight salary t ood Store. 16 jun.
v ANTED.-The Merchants Transfer the right =0. Address S., Journal'
C) wants your moving and having osce. 27)june. FOR SAIL-A small sailboat. A
rvakage guaranty ,-ed. T. B. Tbor-' WANTEX-A.ets anoa olatmtors in staunch and safe boat in any weath.
P .. Prop. Phone 178. 18Junels. every WestFlorida. town to write er. Address P. X., Journal Ofce.
I ^ A accident f*mu ue IL I'. IThornto 25june
WANTED.-A lght seond h"ad .m Agentee MaryandCM ty Corn t o R nz-Tlner ai farm lands
ist be cheap for cash. Adtress 1 Ay ntel pr a earn a C I large or sall tracts, near aty,
.re -ournal w. good income corresponding for new'. or ti other counties f West and C-ew
'ANTED--To buy for cash, a fewi p r" ; so cavassietng; eperteme tral Florida. 1102 Gadedea st.,
AshTeD-Ts Ao buyrican National Ba nneces Send for particulars. Phone 285 Pensacola..vkla. .3
Sttatepr ice.I. dressiJ..L.J North-ern .Syndicate, Lockport.
State price. A. dda. -J. N. Y. ISJueSm FOR SAIZ-Second-hand cash eagle
~e Sewrl)ae2* -, ter in perfect condition. WiR s l
SA D.-.v.. oa tot kaOW that cash or or, time. A real bargain. Om
SW. Jete&BSoahae opened a fw Ibe seen at James Mcughs I 22m&a
-.ftshient stand at theiv mA n
serve the last e ast the ll the A GOOO second-hand steamboat boB.. ~ a a
rea e r eronlyused two nths A store, stock and cdeas Calat
:..e everything inLthe way- -h- Apply t 1 -140 Iantendiea.T
-ents. Century, Fla. 13ahele The J. J. MC kill Co., Freeport, Fla,.

Pooed or et your hairFOR S cut at teA. B-. reh better cream,

\v F> r t>or h~nIA M -i~iisweet milk, zna buttermilk, de-
West E arber Shop, 103 DeV i livered t aay time of day. No. 405
ers, T. N. Licata. Prop. B rating Belmontstreet. Phone 907. 7jlylm* NICE ROOMY COTTAGE at head rf b
I FOR SAUS-40owbimtiom horse, t Bayou Chico; known as the Swift i
WANITE'D-Your electric work of all years old, 16 handed, sound ad gen. pace. The very place for part B
kinds. Le us clean your fea.s re-tie. Also regUtered -brood mare A. wishing to spend the balance of sum.
pair your dynamo, do Your wri. tc. tanmian, CenttIry Pla. SH mer months. Apply W. B. Cater, at e
lPhone 570. Pensacola Blectric Co., Gas office. 9jIy1wk 5
corner Intendencia and Baylea street. FOR SALB-Th best watermelons in yFO RNT.-Lower floor f desirable
UInelm. the city can be fOe4 a tee at Can- residence on North Hill unrsh.
S OP.ASSO 00. lve Ceparism's, 128 Tarraonm ed. Address 444, care Journal.
iTn; : of imported pure olive oil, M 29june 1w bl
w r.~ a.t ei in a12.1 half Uous CHICK= W &? egg0.9
SQuar~s. Makes ftevto___ well S11avoreFncd. .S n.^ Sl n Sty I*
qua rz'. &- W Fo u Ibyr.1.S. a

I. ANTED -The people of Pensacola
:c cease worryingTi. Let T Joual
'\ an: Ads solve the problem for you.
are expert detectives, and cam
:ie man you are looking for if
.. cuded ia the 25,000 or 30,M
; which makes the populatioa 4
.a cla.
::.ee or fear mles of Pensasola
c acres good arming land; also 16s
AC-e- go.iA farmng land. Must be
rea p T os. Pebley, Romnam and
! ..:a~o st,Mt Phoe S. 2Wapr

Melle & Co PfM E4. loct
L SmT-TW T IIstores, 104
Desirable sr erMaMtM purposes asC
warehouse. Apply to TMa Pebley.

OO TO TURTOm owr aO l sias fla.
ammua Ia& A a Mse4 m ree m
dm& is*. e m i s 1he hmse-
rap a no lU. yeafta tad
4r. Jaim.
suppiy ya with stote woed. blocks,
oak wood, 0st wood, KVIM knots Or
0 blm"a ll 1 I

iVANT"--ta aduli5 and tranider kUadn X is e. .I
k ice pbohe 38. M eaeaeo WiClama tr, M. G Str. and
Te Acosta & WhItt. 2-2 N. JaCkom. iSmayi

.~ -- r ers w the ermaft 's 1 Ru-n ....mpl.ltl t
spec Pensacola sad P m al 0 124 ht
E tic:, ALch will, btay agpe*r. "o
L.. ci.ta. kalf-t4e pctrese city,
a~ '- p.. Epecal Oms. 15 eGtN. FOR SAIJ.--enaIfuWWy located block
a-a 0-.crs at Journal es. In New City, alaseveral ots overlook-
'W A c Ing the city NliBek S. New City; also
. : -soeSa ma ea. - other lots In mi amumd the city. Very
I. .. ed mole acks. Out ot cheap. P 47 -.- C. F ble .
!.:.-ento "i'M&"nelm. ..

ARE A~ was "yr ~ evl
an He mranteesabreak-
'- --- .3 0
*- PpeCLio ad tallying of .
..Lt"-r y. Goulding, 08 Bo ots
S .. Phoue 66-, Residence...
Ir: :, -44:. h2junelm. Faf D .t

COL o-f,'ND rURNITURE. Hom- '
t Art .et ..eweiry and n :* W
-. Aticle v-ante We pay cash
1 Address P. Box 354, City.
, cCaity and your :uslte wll.
c careful atttonam. D. Ra*e W*"
' &. HT'.AL, contracting waters
-orators. FUne vhrIszaiing
SiI...ur Sign paintUan a pe-
SRsidence phone 24. 17my.
S";-Itrugist, 3G years old.
n"anaging store fir doctor, d-
,in. Would bI y saMa
S of any kind. Bet refer .
WRn'in. Horse Creek, Al.

UT)N WAXNTw-Young ady
.:'" position as pti
S r'y or country tow.Co
G ood in ftig ReSem. r m.
(' S, cae Jeursal. lW fl

North HH 4ds .me 1S roaoms..S.0.00
715 NOde Bapylon ..........40.00
304 Noth Sprin ..............S0.00
HMo nemar Perdido Wharf .... 20.00
21 Wet. Roanw ..........20.0W
314 Eat Str .. .........17.. 70
40 Cat Cha .....*............. 1400
406 Wt atme .................. 15.00
421 EaOt Goemnseit .........11.00

-r-- L. y .w v.. r. SeAAA1W
IARua street. lApply to It, M, Cary,
43 S. Palafox streetL 7T4e
MLR RENT-Twanty-room io-.
ner Barracks and Zarragoeaf street.
Suitable tor boarding house. AaplpW
to Mrs. J. More, Si Basuet Mar.

ALF. GONAL Co., &tt& P
ay yor mewu aad took ed from
the home mauvhaurr, eaeragi
homai tdstry, ootribute to haeM
labor. and leave your sow Is yGW'

w B. RImHT A W
Manufactured of
and Dealers In


soard end Rooms.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent,
with privilege of light housekeeping.
Block and half from Pslafox, 219 m.
Government St. ZSjunelm*
Newly furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Cheap. 310 ]. Ro-
man St. lSJunelm,

CAMPING PARTIES can secure ex-
cellent accommodations on "-Jnet'a
Bayou at Sunnybank fruit and poultry
farm. Finest bathing, fishing and
sailing. Take mail launch Ruth. Ad-
dress Miss Anna Carlen, Mary Esther,
Fla., 1JRuneLM.
The Capt. Baker Bouse, large and airy,
delightfully located on bay shore, at
Flobervile, newly painted and paper.
ed. Bathing, boating and fshIng&
Terms $7.50 per week. Special rates
to families. Mrs. Fannie Rettinger,
Furnished rooms for light housekeep
Ing; Phone 433, 3 rings.
S, lljuneelm
ROOM ANT$ BOARD.-Delightful lo-
cation on.. bay shore; boating, bath-
ing and fishing Inquile of Mrs. C. C.
Herman, at isherille. 3jun*.lm.
NOR RENT.-Two furnished rooms
,for rent. Light houeekeeping.,01 W.
hase June.

PARTIES who wamt to reat bhOea
teams or w aythng a*Ie for that
mtter. will fnd The Joural Want
Ads a great help.

MOR RUNT-Two nicely furnished
rooms, with hbot and cold water
aths and privtlege of.telephone. Ap.
ly No. 415 West Gregory streetJmlm
BAY HOTjL-Open night aad day.
2uropuan 0l- eoma light and
lean. Tran tn trade solieted. 175
79 South Pala&oz. Joe. 8. Niotas&
P OW-v.

OR SALE--Neat cottage with ce-
ment stone basement and entire
look fronting ou Bayview Park, toot
. 18th and 14th streets. A charming
ocaUty. A. V..Clubba.

FORti03 D OR ay-shore. De.
Located four-room cottage
ait s Blut adjoining Railroad
emclosumre. Apply to A. M. "cXMnlla.
COR SAL--One Choice block on top
of tCae ridge east of the electric
railway, between 7th and 8th streets.
Nature has favored this section and it
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
L ./ *m



wil buy two S-room houses, renting
for $120.00 per year. This Is a de-
cided bargain. Only good for a day or
will buy a five-room cottage on East
Hill, convenient to car line; large lot.

S9/a S. Palafox, Fisher Building

Build you a house, I will give you
prices on material. P. 0. Box 288,
Phone 810. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay-
len Street Wharf. 30junelm*
I am prepared to do tuning and re-
pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17
years' practical experience in the
south. J. Conrad Scott, 244 X. Greg.
ory street, Penaoola. 25Junelm-
Parties desiring to make the trip up
the sound to Mary ERther, and, Free.
port can get desirable rates on the
steamer Captain Fritz. We make
weekly trips, leaving Baylen street
wharf every Thursday morning at 6
o'clock. Inquire on board Wednes.
day. Capt. J. N. Rogers. 15Junelm*
ance for traveling public. Daily er.
vice each way. From Chipley to Bay.
head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley,
in. 24mnh

AL WTATB -I all parts of dt.
Yoe buy the wound an we will
bun your house on long time pay.
aeats D. *le WiUma C4
'TAIXOUM- L U amod, Talr..
Qet's clothilg cleaned, pre..ad
repalreda o short nouce. No. U
SWest G e nmest St. Pen. a oa

CENTS per bead, we will haul out
Sdes horses, cows, etc. Leave ords
at Bast ntendencla. Herring
J. POR~~R, Mllmaker. 71C South
Palatox street. Orders taken for
tets, awnings, camp stools and house
ot, etc. Prices reasonable. lijaU

RIW y to Loans

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MONWT TO LWIDN*-Oa good real as
tae mrity. or collateral,
at wt rates. t LU Brooksk
rtFser tlbulding.
m50613 L;AJQD en any a an
MN & sr" al ropert7, pamae
w of"N Wr M.U. Whear yta
SMe A, J A. WUisee 2W
QovereaA tet SalisburybjiQ
MOM WMAND -ft good real t s
siw esu any amount a
mA W ise

t OWY LOANID oU as& kads of per.
I poa"I eo shoIart notice.
TeMw esy. W. DuBollard, .pstairs
28t South Palafox St., Phone 1144

MAMToW a O fmN Oame
nt al kinds *er o al s r l erk
H lh rness to bse ssat mw on lam


Khs, Oarngs, Rings and all kindsy3t

lit red ow, "with a detective horn.e
Reward for return to 1501 N. David
street. 9Jlylw*
Small blue roan cow; one horn allp-
Wed; ought to have young calf. Re-
ward for return to C. F. Mabson, care
M. & O0. clothing store. Jlylw*


Si desirable building lots at

A ie iHome, 505 Gadsden 7 roow at

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Prtoessondl Directory.

Office-No. 6 Brent Bldg.
Office Hours: 9 to 1 and 2 to 5

Room 405 Thlesen Building.

PHONE 559.
Attorney and Counsellorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 600 Thlesen Bid. Phone 7384

Office-Southwest corner of Palafox
and Inteodencia.
T. J. WELCH, M. D. D. D S.
C. L. SMITH, M. D., D. D. S.
Specialty Porcelain, Inlay and
Crown and Bridge Work.
Office-Fisher Building.
Charges reasonable. Phone 525.

Room 8, Brent Bulding. Phone, 8.


For Steam Divisio
Trains leave Pensacola for the Littlt
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort .
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35eai
S:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30ae
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30"m
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30m.
6:15pw ar Ft. Barrancas 7: 00p4&
.: 10pm ar Fr. Barrancas 8:506ia

SSaturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas foet
Pensacola at-
8:1sm ar Pensab6la 3:40pi:
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am:
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:4epw
5:15pm ar Pensacola 5:55pi
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45p
9: 00pm ar Pensacola 9:459M
Electric car wil leave Pensaco!a
every hour from 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p.. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:20,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the'
exception of the first car leaving Pen.
sacola at.6 a. m., which will, on' re-
turning, leave the Ig Bayou at e
a. m., nd the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. a.
Th4 above la the week dag
which will begin Friday Apr i .
E~ctric car will leave Pensacola at
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
12:50, 1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:50,
8 9 and 10 p. Im., running throng to
the Big Bayou, and immediately re-.
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of stem
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the trtala
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this eleetrce
car schedule and wJH1 work n oconnao..
tion with it-

P ua.Ia, St. Auw, M

euif Smsmhp C.,

will be out of town sTrAMWR TAIRON

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August


GUF- 0117

Cleaning & Dye

Ladies and Gent's Clothing cleaned,
dyed and repalre. Goods-called for.
and delivered.
140 L government t.,
Phone No. 168. Penea, la.,

For Rent.
700 West Intendencla ..........
828 West Intendencla ..........
809 North 7th avenue ..........


3151V/2 South Palalx, iuptakrs.
suitable for club e.0 O
705 South Palafox,
207 East Government.


W. G. BARROW, Master.
And all points on St. Andrews a
Carrabelle and Apalachisola.
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 I,
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30$
m. for St. Andrews, Mllville, Ap.
lacnicola, Carrabelle and intermedl~
For additional Information apply 6 j
E. R. COBB, PresI44E
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt-
Pensacola, Fla.






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DO YCv wa6t to bay or aell anythitg
A ittMl want ad rill brig woderMa
remlts. The cast is too mamgaiscoa

We make a specialty of Real Estate, Rents, Collections, Fire In-
surance and all matters pertaining to Real Estate. We respectfully
solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction.
$1800.0 our cottages on East Gregory street; good renters.
1700OO00-Comfortable one story dwelling fronting Little Bayou;
convenient to Electric Line.
$1200.OO-Story and half dwelling, containing 5 rooms with about
two acres of land, in the city limits; near Electric Car line.

Those. C. Watson & Co
Cor. Palafox and garden Streets.

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U v rent lot 12, Old ty-1.0o and m. Palmf tor. J. hreyer.
other considerations. A. M. AVERY. I Bf, Br 8s, Nlelsen, 1229, Pomaton iT rr*i lowe noazoe rate
To Lovers i^v^ ^y... -..30 The Eambi^county ertaltl U entr-" ". M0 i AParoodi, 2697, Botn S^litlres rate t a c n "'p"-a _
S .,-,W 00. a of record convened y,,terday, Jadge to ...oGlf Trans.. o. i ,im --y .or y,, .
SEll and Harry de Brou.k Alince B. E. D. Be pyresidig. ier U entwlne tillS. Agus Ber l, 3, B- "1, Balt- -
and 67 Bu A ir eo. arid ed cases on the Ucnket but ao sees wr moe to W 8A Key8r _C i 78 Ne m,,-- ..
lE. B.ro os An r t A. ooandAl Frredr YobsoO -w-R-r-"

S uM, 912.50, *15., 18. I 3, fee... ,. 0,, .- portnt cases on the docket t this Mlramas, Br as, Anderson, 165, .. .
S ANOUP TO no- tor ld of their o o J.. Mo Ala. R m ola, He &r. C.80wm He,. l-

36. Tp 4 N, R 33 W., Bees 2, 12 and 24. Vaughn, who killed a young man at to Master. S ,r.'- -- -- r ,
_""_Tp3N, RS3W. sad o es. 6.18and Century while shootig at another, -- .- Stanhope Br gs, Harris, 2132, Phfila |---i Aft SmK l
-- 30, Tp 3 N, R 32 est-2407.0 and that of B. H. Burton, shared wii eA K T29S delphlatoW. S. Keyser&Co. 0 a 1101 ant ow Uppl.
SB nedet toAnn H Cole- embezlement o un of the ntto.. e 1 N R0eet4 icants, Ital aM, Blancl, 2s28, Genoa or, and Repairers of
L11aI, blk 74, New City--l.00.f to G~illf Tranilt Co.

e. hn W hite ngB to Jonres-Lo cases udid not Teresa, Aut Persh, 2331, Gal- MA RY AND BOILERS

U ~-* **li III, 7, blk 100. East King Tract--90.00. ,day and there appears to be some ques- Naval stores Market, veston to Pensacola Lumber Co. __ r GQINC&S IIIt. 'AND STEAMSHIP St
SCatherine Bohich to ona Bogich tion as to whether or not they will Savannah G., July 10.-The naval Wanderer Br ss, Hunter, 2666, A IAL
oME B oI lot 16, and lot 17. blk 116. Max- reach trial t this term of court. stdre nrket closed to-day as ol- Liverpool to A. A. Brown &e Co. P rp"tatttion eto all order. day or
1 2I0527 S. Psohx. i am Tract--$50.00 and other consldera- Court adjourned at 5: Antil Thurs- .ows: a a er i JameeKayCo's ,elebrated Log and Timb

So 22 ma B. Cody by comsioner morning when the jury cases wll .........................w 4 25 DeGrogori Glo-atta. Ital b.. e--. Cha" al desption. PtoL W.TT
ToLovesAnna C. B. Goodman-Au l Interest in The following entered pleas of guilty N ................ .......... 4 00 rarl, 12, Buenos Ayres .to Yellow ,Me l on e 10n. .
3 12. Old City-1Nt .00 and other consid- dicated: K .......................... 3 90 E ellea, Port bk, Domingea, 2 1117.
of G d T NRrerations- J. S. Grif6n, assault and n otery, er5 I ............................ 3 85 Buenos Ayres to Pensacola L -mber
SCl IOlnn I A A Fisher to A. Geenhut-Lot and costs or three months n the cou- H ........................... 382S. Co
Sl rA l llfi Ulllr 1 337. Old City--1$50.00. ty jail. G ........................... 3 80 Ital b.k Due Cingn. ,O'"-rsu rart, 1208, Aew-
a, 3au VaiI s Anna C'. B. and Q. C. hoodman to A. John Bolan, gambling, $15 and A ca.........................n 3 75 from Genoa, toRoaco Bro. o d earS
....tor beneSt of... M. McMillan-N 112 fee: of W 71 feet costs or 60 days in jail. E ........................... 3 75 Innocenta Ital bk. Garriano, 769, F t a
OSIStRS.OF MERCYr B lndt Cty-o1.00 anCo oesP eelie.e gamblenf 110 and costs D 3.....a o h eean or p o s.1 EO .W PRYO R S
W oth7r onik eraheseror cases did not come......stManufactu ree, Aurt i chPP 2331, Gal AND" BOILERS

W NA-.5,*GTO s .n Goddinga erLe o aoaN we 1 oolbe sonmie s Spirits Turpentine, 58, cents. Orsestn to s.la. rLu be Co. R ii IL A- S ASM

V~h .J 12, th T side track. Right of way tor construe- Frank Finley, carrying concealed Good for Stomach Trouble and Con- Canero ..
'.. ....... '. .'w --ion of s.de track not to exceed 352 weapons, $100 or three months in jail- stlpation. Oecooner' Wc halC C .that O n n C
St -eoB fee[t in length dverghi g t rom sala C. B. Price, assault and battery, t5 "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver n Harry W. Lewis Br sWn,r 279, Matan- Hne, .2t6 6,-A Oan t RaEC, aAI at CItA
Leaves Palafox wharf at 7:30 p. m. railroad on S sIde 739 reet N of Mile and costs or 30 days la fail. ,o. Tablets have done me a great deal of Lears, to A. Merritt ACo.
JL.ave Warrington at 8:15 p. m. Post K. 650. .quire Moberly, placing obstructions good, says C. Towns, o, Rat Portage, Juli A. May, Hondurian sch. Scott. Standard Gnnulated Sugar, 16 pounds for.. .. .. .. ..
--- James and Aloysntas Hughees by Guar- on a railway track, 6 months in the Ontario, Canada. "Beg a mild phy- 74, Ruatan to Master. a 5 oallone Pd Georg Cane Syrup.. .. .... ......
Tickete--Adults, 35 cents; Children, dian to Leslie E Brooks-All interest state penitentiary. Sentence suspend- sic the after effects are not unpleasant Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds. 1925, Bal- 1 oalloB keg Georgia Cane Syrup .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
B in W 71,eet of 80 e3t ArpenN lot ed during good behavior, and I can recommend them to all who timors to master. Florida yrr per gallon. ...... .. ...... ** ** *
S12, Old City--2300.00. Charles Claussell, gambmg, $10 aW suffer from stomach orderr" For Matolia, Am sch. Houseman, Pas Best Patent lour 98 pound bags ...... .. .. .. .. ..
Senry Horser by Spml Mister to ,cots sale by all druggists, cagoula tako order. Pure ugar Cr weet Hams, per pound .r ..t..e.....
A nC. LB.neodnict-W Arnteslet s-n The follwnentere plas ofa gthecuity...........l0ania, W a, Beianchiyes to2Yenoe nL

Od LoM.AB intg-h ao % opeh Lt Thesi case of Kat.e.y, charged u.ith Maxeie, Am sch, Ward, Key West oto 12 cans Magnolah Milk.. ...... .. .. .. 3.. 1.. .
li VFishrerCoiA.erin p o.-. oa nde .cos se orrqeor m on Iunday was contlw- H.iA./o.I t.... m.ter. Tenness_ B__tter, 10 _ounds .... .. W..e.. B.. .. n.. ..

EX1 1 0N I. Oldrn to 1 1. . o.- a ntil theru ben NAVAL STOt l d ......................... .......
S22S.Emm U acre on railnad in Se 40oma To 4 Ne s fob taln on, gupambr, ...........................4 erom Goa o R a. .br.s. .----

S-- R 31 W--l00.0 oLan. - F R PA T WFFK Aene Tereoano. Ital shp C. i a...........................,m en.. .. .... A. .. .. .. .r. o
S. f bootnn o Leo. o Maas--ecl o y-t r t -I L-In neal 1170.e Liverg n $ aatn........................dooao B ero. 1 N w

SWu U o1000,400 and other consi.......erations ............... i... Navare to master. Potbko ed, 1 M1 eL.
_. ., w _- v Mose- Lyman to Jo-n Zirterbach-- I v *,, ,_ I THE RECEHPTS FOR PAST WEEK I_"_.-^* -
,eration s.eJ .. oSldirg Ferti aiuer C. W ton "L.at & N. .ill yle,-carryigoncealSiritsTurpentine cents. Orleas to Psaco.r

A. A....toA R EThe. MToerBlt No n--50O. andc l-"" "" c AN. .SCAL YEAR AT SA. DEATH MONDAY W r YO S
3 will gOie an excursion Rald C2Wy--l.'r00...o lot 6 o sec apon on...s n jai. Th....m It/.. b8 GarOr o, 82 tIDo C B. S ,. uhA 0w 108

EXCURSION1 99AnnaY 'CV' Bline tAngeline Morgan to olchael Isan-l We'll turn out your laun- The Savannah Cotton Trade Journal e o 7
_Ar-It 1, blk 61, New City--1.0 Lie dry in qugek time and contains the following tor the weesk WELL KNOWN YOUNG MAN EX"*I I .. ... Od*35P r'oe-
& _eThe trag ".Monarch" will leave Pala- and other considerations., right. Every piece Is ending July 8: W .No a t
eox whadr at 8 p. m. for the Life Saving Mark Mayo to T. F. Morgan-10i handled as carefully as Turpentine-The receipts of turpen- PIRED OF CONSUMPTION I .iCOA L s d W
ialon, where a stop will be made, acres in SW corner of N o lot 6, Sec you would handle it your. tine the week ending July 7, were T oubl e a
S and then a run into the Gulf. 4, Tp 5 N, R 30 W-250.CO. self, thus aisur tli Jonger I 8278, against 681 ta year, an AFTER LON I LLNESS. .
S Clars will await the return of the Maria Miller to M. D. Drainard-Loi life for your and batters. 5,681 two "Ch ears ao. The exports were WLewBr h 279 Matan- oU I I .
boat. fronting 40 feet on wh at 7:30 m. railed o S side 739 of Jackson 729 againstand costs or 30 5.570 lastail. Tablets have done m ear, nd 3,506 zas to A. Merritt T
Jamestreet b- - ghest Gr on a railway track, 6 months In the Ontario, Canada. ..Be..nga.mild-P.hy-7....- Ruatan to Master. 5 g
Tetk-"ults, 35 cents; Children., dlan t o Leslie Brooks- T e tary. Senteam nce suspend sic the after effects fare not unpleasant L-ssel.Amty ch. Reynolds. 1225, Bal 10st
ILR, .. CEN.In W 71 feet of S0 4et ArpeL lot ed durins6g good behoa a r m t all o I-ers t r it orf ta Yel
12, Old City-$2300.00. Charles Cl Old City-100 ausselld, gamb g, $10 a suffer from stomach d eorts for Magnolia, Am sch. Houseman, Pa lllluu- Be"l ulrur8punmau.............
Henry Horsier by Special Master to costs. sale by all druggists. cagoula toaorder. ey ry p ..Sa e d

J. H. consideratio- ns. season are 50.378 gat 5905f Kat y, chargedith Ma2 ternoon at the residence of Robert to 12
Ci0aleb cCauley to W. L. Morgan-s 7 E. Garden sunday. was c last n ear nd 6509 to years ago'." Lnord master. Teilel B, pnn .nn.
J.40 feet S fron to L. & N. R. Co.- ed until the next term of court, beTeet of rosins thhehad e his ho the cae o
SE corner blk 7, Wet King Tract ol past week were d16.296 against 12,50, death beig consume ion Deceased
J. J. Hooton to Leo. S Maas--Secs. FOR PAST WEEK nera 1170, LTverrpooltamashipC..
e54 and 35, Tp 2 S, R 3) and 31 W-aal feenohoSRuerblk48.Eat -- 110i, L poolt a ste .

e I lSg $1.00e and other considerations. ast year a Nvre to msnd 1ter2,224 to ears i ^ H v .. .
eph OLymaner to Joehn a iler- The exports were 8.29. against 14, PAST WEEK
< ^J I w Lot 23 and" WV 5 feet of lots 18 to 'u last Aear, and 12, 558 two years ago. nee ... Anita L.n..o"d, ... bab- The ready versat9y, the al-around goodness
S....of the.... Lotsi to 18, lk .1, West King Tract--50. fc Yi N The eipfthaa ert dap stoe fo ook
d NaAngeline M o or gan to rihael Isan.' We'll turn out your laun The S avannah Cotton Trade Journal re le sbetoe e u
Vo Sh tobnsaheur-Lot 1, blk 61, Neety-aIr."dry, nountoin quick tie and contains the follow n ng toe a a the weekW
ox wba at 8 p. m. for the Life Saving Mark Mayo to T. f y f. Morgan- det 2 handled as carefully as Turpentine-The receiprts of tur ten- PIRED OF CONSU PTI ON i
C rs will m ait the return of the Maria Miller to M. D. rainard-Lot life for Your Ies. 5,681 two years ao. The exports owere

Sfront ing 40 feanet onse of Jackson -5,729, against 5.570 last year, anhd he3,50setu mloe sa thir sta
Street brk 16, Belmont Tract-$io.o T240223709 two years ago. t Tioh ... He fo th ps sx

Ss -t rR SIe i ei.E1NT S A- e M_ tM M llan to L e ie Brookst Ho to A er, but C red oof th s I
O 2. 3 3. Nineteenth Arpi W 7 efnt Track- Chamberlain's Colic Choera years a resident of Pensacola, latterlydet
CHILDREN, 20 CENTSU 7inerett. Dexter. Lola and Walter D:914. against 67.781, last year, and 73, employed as auditor of the Yellow dL 7 aGI--In Strett Pho
heh BEr I EM_-.. ci. d entworth-n-Blk 160. Dee. of Agnewille a., waports for Rive r Rallroaf, expired yesterday af-
,~~f West King ~ Tract--s~250. .~~00. th-ously ite of cholera infantua fnst 59,05u tennoonths and about thresidence months ago bert 3illll H.ll lllif ,-,M
Caleb McCauleyert n to W. L. Morga n- 7E.ardn me.1last Year. and 65,079 two years ago Lanfecured, a leave of absrdence in order to
c A"acr40 feet S front by 12 a.'eet Io"--- n depth, Rosins-The receipts of rosins thu tempt to regande his homealth. He oEre- of
LotNT I -iH RMi C. 2n Wigins tO L. M edlotk-S son wigother owers and gdnoatherhr." he says. 1 happened to aued o this s Aityanrd hanare weeesrfcvpan g i

,AUNCH S R NaaC. lC. Yonges Jr, TruC.ee and Attor- t&e of it 1rom the store. In five hours ""'aland "o which c he was-a
R ....ih.... hey to J. F. Damwady-Lots 1 and 2t ac made ,a bet I saw a change for the better. We Deceased was a medsnter or etive An- TkI E ffct 8y 6, 19A,

blk 319, New City-$60.0 -.- kept on giving it and "efore-she had icen Orer of ms betrnhanls, the Knights -f
SLouise Z New aragossa. to Jas A. oer taken the half o one small bottle sned.. an Pua, aict Knights o Sun
lind-Lots 6 and 7 and W 12 feet front Iwas well." ThIs remedyi s for sale! ocietes, and was extremely popular No3
JL Yby30feet In depth of lot 5, block 38, U i by all druggists. with, a large e ircle of fien4 sandc. Lv Atlanta (. of Ga. Ry)....12:a.m 7o ..
J. UL 15. eNineteenth Arpent Tra-t-$1200.00. quantances.r Lv Man C. o a-. .. .. .m
....Under Auspices of George Brown to Frank Smith-Un. : The Frohlichstein Cigar. The funeral will s.ccur from the Lv Macon (Ct o G. .) :45am 11:35a.m .....
; .divided interest in lot S0S, Old City- *- In the list of dealers published Sun- TLanford residece and St.from tchael Lv Cuthbert.. ... .... 7:50a 4:05p.m .....
div-idedl Intei IO l$ o25.00. Water Aun i a day, who handle the Frohlichstein t-church on Wed da. Arl.......... :10a.m 5:15p.m .....
fe*m J Wi HN Ann E. Chipley to A. G. Chlple,_ gars, the name of W. C. Norman was church on wea@sday morning. Lv Bainbridge.. ........11:00a. :56pm C:2
Sof Pensol. Trustee-Lot 1, blk 93, New City-$1. Inadvertently omitted. -- Ar Tallahassee...........12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05
Mrs. M. F. Qlnle 93, Minnie H. and FUNERAL NOTICE. Lv Tallahassee (S. A. I. ly) I:53pm 4:00a.m ...
Special train will leave union M. L. Howard. J. W. Gnes and Anna Insist upon It! Hate no *gI*hXaE#N; .*Ai#IM* The funeral of Timothy J. Hurley Ar Jack'nlle. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m .....
Station at 11:10 p.. Frans F. Ge. ao l willBoccurednesday morning at.10 Lv Tallahasse..........0p.m 8.0 .m .1l
SrMay and 1F. nT. P-ttst o Sar Ar. andt t other. Blends admirably TERSELY TOLD ocloc from the residence, 114W S n
turning, train -i leave New Or-- 1 Od o A twite wines aud a liquors. BUSINESS LOCAL Garde street and from St. has Lv Lanar. . .. 3:45pm 10: 1:0
u 1 Geo. B. Gingles to Sarah A. and chureh at 111:30. Interment in St. Lv Carr le .... .OO
FAReL Fran'eis F. GIngles--. Ar pt lot 81. n'-; Hays, A Michrel' eme'. v ..._..........7:0p.m ........ 10:1
M(d t L t *n,,,, S1J5Old City-$1.00 and o'.hr considera- ... --- Active Pall Beirers: D. Hays anlr Aa ol .p ...... .....
To Mte and Return..........$1.5 tions. a l l Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish Gonsalo, Jas. Johnson, E. kKMota w aund
To New Orans and Return... 4.00 .. Hooto to Wilhelmina C. Rob estimates on building and painting lFox, Fred Massey. NieItbe td o
Spec l provisions will be made for erts-S QS feet lots & to 10 in blk 112, and give personal attention to work. Honorary Pall Bearers: 0. Salt- .... ..... No. 2 No. 38 No.
Spaengecar will be as.New Cky-4.'So.00. 932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua marsh, J. M. Roberts, J. K. McCaskill Lv Apalachlla.. ........ :30m ........ .....
Sretesh t car wilan nd Chas. Milr. Jr., streets. PF B. Radcliffe, 0. A. Gonzales W w Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. ..11:30a.m 2:00p.m C:00
Are..eshme.t.car-willbe-a- Ben, Uan and Ch. l"rKJr..el I ... ....1 "
bCOMMITTEE y guardian to D. Hale Wilson-1o Try it with yor next Weekly. LT Lane..... .. .. .. :4.m 2:p.a
S COMMITTEhan E.ll n feet front by 150 feet in depth, 108 feet drink. McKinste Oerting & Co., wholesale Pall bearers will meet at the rea L Sopehop...... .. .. ..11:l1pja 3:14p.m 7:ll
MJohnson E. H.Kelly, Simon N core ik West King and retail ship chandlers and grocers, auce at 9:30 a. m. Ar Tallabasse -..... .... 1:30p.m 5:O0pa :35!
n A'tr.n Tract, Belmont Numberlinc-T200.00. the only first-class house of the kind Jacv. y..
Aaron Pather, Manager. Ros L. enar to er- in Pensacola. Fair prices to all. a a hIA.R).. 2:l5a.m 4:Op.m .
gam, ** Lot 24 ~4a E 45 t~aL lots 1 to d, ,k 51 _. ._..Knights of Columbus, Attention. AV la-nal6j AL.R.).. 8:10t 10:00p.m .....
-eLot 24 T and 4eet lt 1 to 5, hk 51 Why use Inferior paper, when you A speal meting o the Knights of L Tallahassee.. .. .. ... :25p :35am 8:4
.1+ -...--- +"--" ~Belmont Trat- $1.0 and other con- can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity, Columbus will be held at their..all Lv BaiTbri., .. 827: m A102
s-iderqtons. *J -- 9 *
Jam-sI Po'T.ec weyg to Praik St-, Un i n s B.ir. | Karm Linen, or Crane's ond at C. V. esda ht July y night, July 11, at 7:0 Ar Arb ...... ...
SOdivided interest I lt 30?, ld City- L"W I r Thompsons. L '. Palafox. clock. ...
CREW NOTICE. Grand Knii. Lv Macon, ftC. S il '@- .: 4-15.m 4:3h5pm
OTEt0. .M. Prvor to I. L. McQNve?7,-Lot | CRn. Knight. Ar At.li ......
0. bk 12P. PrtBe Te- -Lot Nelth.r the Captain, Own* OX, Recorder. Ar Atlants IC.'41 2. PX.).. 7:35am 7: 55p.
Jame3 M-. and Tt-o.'J M. Scarritt ers nor consignees of the ofhe deart from, and
Ito M. P. Gon.-ale--,4 .. acres known C German steamship Bellag- MELONS. ..... -
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