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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00768
 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00768
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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THE NEW OFFICERS


For Eas g Year Will Be Se tI"l
iu Executive Session.

SEVERAL SPIRITED CONTESTS
ARE ON. BUT SLATE MAKERS
HAVE SELECTED WHAT THEY
BELIEVE WILL BE THE WIN-
NING TICKET-PRIZE CONTESTS
THE FEATURE.

By Associated Pam.
9Suffalo, N. Y.. July 11.-The Blks
attending the nineteenth annual reun-
..i, of their order to-day began to com-r
,.it.e husinesst with pleasure. The
c~ .ning session of the grand lodge at
T-',k 'hstre and' the preliminary con-
- o,,r bands for rich prizes at the
}1 were the features of the day's
1 .. -_-n. Attorney General Julius M.
v. *r represented the governor at the
S: semion and welcomed the
: ..ea'e to the te. Mayor Erastus
Knight and Willard H. Ticknor,
,'* ",.d ruler of the Buffalo lodge,
r the address of welcome. Wil-
S.1 O'Brten. Jr., of Baltimore,
r- exalted ruler responded.
o: .wtng the opening meeting the
lo-ge went into executive sei-
S'o receive the reports of officers
&a ieat uew ofcers for the ensuing
'Whiltl svel spirited contests are
ie SaBowiag Is regarded as the
ng tUie~ by the s&ate users:
1 Ealted Raler. lobert W.
knight. Charl s Kauffman,
pe.i N J.; grand esteemed lettur-
nighi. Edward MclAughlin, of
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1.ohn K Tenor (Charleroi, Pa.:
.. mi,-',*t i*hro. -%ars# John D.
t, a* I *nn. .,Ia-- : grand trustee
fone 'a,. DIr W. li Havilana', Butte
Mont.

HELPED OUTLAW

TRACY ESCAPE
By Aveociated Preas.
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M<~nt was jointly indicted wih,
fHa-ry Wright now incarcerated


RUSSIAN POLICE P FECT


MURDERED B PI"PIITIONER


FIERCE STRUGGLE
OVER CASE OF CALEB POWER&

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TO-MORROW

CRIMINAL COURT TO RE-CONVENE


II NEW ELECTRIC


LINE TO BAY

VIrW PARK


THURSDAY, WHEN IMPORTANT IILII I I 1111
CASE WILL BE HEARD-JUDGE
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A POLITICAL CthME


Victim Regarded as hMe Best
Type of a Russian OIfitil.i

THE MURDERER APPARENTLY A
PEASANT, NOT YET ItENTIFIE-D.
BLOODY ENCOUNTERMS.IN THE
STREETS OF W ftAW-AN-
OTHER MUTINY FIARED-RE-
BEJOUS CREW TO .E f ftRA.
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By Associated Prem
Moscow, July 11.-Major General
Count Shuvaloff, prefect of police
here, and formerly attached to the
ministry of the interior, was assassi-
nated this morning while repeiving pe-
titions. One of the petitioners drew
a revolver and fired live times at the
prefect, who fell dead. The assassin
was arrested.
aThe assassin waited in the ante room
until the other petitioners bad been
received, and then, entering, the wt-
dience chamber, began firing as he ad-
vanced towards Count SrWaloff. All
five bullets passed though the body.
The assassin wb6 was dressed as at
peasant, has not been identifed. He
was recently arrested as political
suspect, but escaped frog 3ift police
stattoS before his examiiailen. i
REGARDED PURELY AS
A POLITICAL CRIME.
St. Petersburg, July 11 -The assas-
sibation of Count Shlivaloff at Mo.,-
cow to-day is considere.l to be A pure-
political crime, as the comit WMas not
yec forty years old and was regarded
as being the best type of Russian o0M--
c.al. He came from one of the most
famous families in Russia.
BLOODY ENCOUNTERS
OCCUR IN WARSAW.
Warsaw, July 11.-Three bloody en-
counters between troops and strikers
in which about twenty persons were
killed or wounded occurred to-day.
The strikers were marching through
the streets from house to house de-


< WSpiM jail .on the charge of! r m Nanding the lowering ct rents by
L* supplie'a the outlaws Tracv; The Criminal Court, which met Mon- Soet ilWay Co. DO Not twenty per cent. Many proprietors,'
rrill with arms previous ;, day for the July term. adjourning the out of fear, complied with the demands
-cape from prison. As Tra,- sme day, will re-convene to-morrow t Take ot of the strikers.demands
ut seven men during his morning. and the trials will be taken o emk
*wo of them being guards of up. The adjournment was taken tag of Same. RUSSIAN OFFICERS
:. 'entiary. Monte and Wrigh, on account of the fa-t that Judge' FEAR ANOTHER MUTINY.
-zed with murder .under a Beggs was called to Lake City on mat- i di ro the
'n of the state law which ters connected with the college there An electric line, extending from the
accessor- before the fact a The first case docketed for trial corner of Thirteenth street and Six- Kustenji, Roumania, July 11.-The
Sacceo before the fact a wil bThnef ofthe mos- important o: teenth avenue to Bay View Park, is Russian squadron seems to be delayed
Sthe crimeits class to come before the court. It now an almost assured fact. If the, here owing to fear that another mt-
is that of Joe Reilly and Ed. Cole, Street Railway Company does not de- tiny will break out shoulI the vessels
TARI CONMDO m KlN' colored, both of Century, wbo are sire to construct a branch to the park put to sea.
R charged with having d a drink connecting at the above corner, then Fifty prisoners Irom the Kniaz Po-
Y OF ENGINES known as hop ale." The officers te citizens residing id that section temkine, quartered on the different
BY UUL= 0f Echarge tha the beveaga e contains l- 01o the city will subscribe the money vessels awaiting trial for rebellion, has
y Associated Press. 'cohol. while the defendants claim that and build and operate the road them- caused intense indignation among the
a Tenn J, 11.-A e: it d e not. It will e for thae ju ~slves. ctews, consequently the fears of an-
h* Tenn. Jly 1.-A co:a it does noto It i rthe r. Those residing in that section of the other mutiny.
-H. h encnes occurred at and court to decide whether or notcity have shown a eterminaton to
',ht yards cf the South- it contains alcohol. city have shown a Qlteination to
,ht ard the South It on t autlhort. have seize, beautify and improve the advantages CREW OF POTEMKINE
S',em in this ci.y at .nd now have in their custody five possessed and among the many pro- TO BE EXTRADITED.
,-" no-day,. .os. C. Blacknd full" narrel of hop al he cu wer Jects under consideration is the line
ctor w killed tchm an d ftak charge of when -the awn were tO the park. It is the desire of the St. Petersburg, July 11.-The gov-
Srr a i aed. e stff was being retale i citizens to let the Street Railway Com-,ernment will commence proceedings1
d injured. Five freight e nt.. IB b-owl rei m pany build and operate the line, but: for the extradition of the crew of the
-shed into kindling, at ve cents Per bte. ;in case the company does not care to Knlaz Potemkine as ordinary crimil-
'do so. then It will be done anyway, as nals. In diplomatic exchanges on theI
APTHiA LAUCH m ON CHARGES Of FRAUD t", is understood one citizen has ofor- subject the Russian fo-eign office hasi
ed to donate a very handsome u1m.' prvinted out that Roumania's promise
S TUG IN N An ordinance, giving a number of to give the mutineers asylum was'
S W mAGAINSI JUSIlC prominent citizens the right to con- made before Rumania Lad been ap.
LIt 1e Ve s Cut in Two, One Ma struct this roaa has already been in- prised of other crimes committed by
estseH Cut in Two, Onte Man producedd In the council. the Russian sailors. The foreign offl'e
Fatadiy Hurt and SiA Others By A ulTed state. Another matter under consideration also reminded Roumania that accord-
Had Narow alegs Albany N. Y.. July 1on to-a be among these citizens Is asking the ing to Roumania's law deserters were
legislature ain othet estimaon relating rity to lease to them Bay View Park ext-adltionable.
S "By Asociated Pr-ee4 gan h earning the teagainy st grem fbr a perlcd of years in order that they
i 11.-On1e man was --ecr -, may make a beautiful pleasure eor- TEN YARS FOR VIOLnATMS
."" six oth,-, had a nar Court Justice Warr^ B. Hooker, oma pleasu re-r eer- J* wm m mi TmLm
S' "- r.'rn drowning to-day Fredonia. who is accused f miscon-o II runIIlDRIfI,,U
S. ":"'da. ran down the duct in connection with thenoetofce Big Shark Captured. JAPr MIITARY SECRETS
"' : ''la launch Edna. ownel department and having procured the! .. me nm o
.nn ,ow -rI s t A party of yong men..com.posed of
S- h. in he upper bay entry of an improper and fraudulent; A py1 of o
.. x sr Prooklyn. Mr. judgment for the benaft of the post W H. Wagner, S. P. Booth, C. 0.By A iated Pre
rnor (f the launch. was coffee building at Deftirk. owned by Wood, H. M. Fernald and I E.C By Associated Press.
'r o bulte the