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 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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Special to The Jounal.
h,,.i .. Fla.. July 13-Twen-
*urdains of the Florida Hoe-
Insane signed the follow-
:i aldressed to Supt. Whit-

:. undersigntd attendants.
S:;:ion the removal of Mr.
I W. C. Yarbrough from
Sof the hospital for just
T: r any reason this request
granted, please accept our
:ls to trde effect the t'wftb
::. hitner spent Saturday,
;.nd Monday in Tallahassee
*i. the petition was presented
on Monday evening, he re-
turther time. The petition-
ited 24 hours. No action be-
*a the signers to the petition
to-day's tratn.
understood that the testimony
Tarbrough before the In-

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a .nr~s w n n lHBO LOSS TO

ma A M s PLb licly Fxeoited Upon Arrial of General I g LLES'kHN CO

Ge l Tepff Wamld iF a f- atiffnaoi r Outcome of Trials Amused Midnight ire at One Ti nThat-
M market i organizatih e a lis mch COilRet. ened Destution of En-
Hour Has CM *y Assoied* Press. fle gradually lost it importance un- il
M Ho o r. Odessa, Juy 1.-- eaty-ftour lear til rumor of his intention to resign lt B
era of the recent disturbances here and go abroad had been persistently
were hanged at various prisons to-day ciroulated.
AWILL DI IN HI8 BED and seventeen moreare to be publicly Witte is about 56 years oG, and A CBF AI L A
WILL DIL IN HIS E ezenuted upon tMe arrival nere of Gen- has steadily worked his way up fom A GENERAL ALARM
eral Ignatieff. the position of an underpaid railroad
The battleship Pobledonoses has ar- clerk who occasionally acted as porter
rived with a fresh crew to take sixty- to that of the leading statesmen of e All Fiti A
NO Safe ards Will A Is tl AV set ven mutineers to Sebastopol for trial Russia in spite of the fact that his Brght gnng AparR
by coartmrtial. enemies are numerous and include 1ieh Soto xtin ishedBlaza
Impending DL Of two hundred persons charged some of the most powerful men inngu d Ble.
with incenriarism or robbery during Russia. A man of large stature, big-
the recent riots, seventy-four were limbed and muscular, standing six CAUSE A MYSTERY, AS IT START.
TERRORISTr SEEM TO TAKE acquitted to-day owing to lack of evi- feet high, Witte has the reputation of
T dne and twenty-eight'were sentenced being harsh to his subordinates, but ED IN PART OF BUILDING NOT
PRIDE IN DEMONSTATING six weeks lmprisonmeit. This extra- his honesty and ability have never OFTEN VISITED-DAMAGE WILL
ordinary outcome of the trials has been doubted even by his worst ene- AMOUNT TO 7,000 OR $800
THEIR POWER AND RBMOU4CES aroused much comment here. It is mies. He was created a count in 1901.
openly asserted that it is a political M. Witte is thoroughly familiar PARTLY INSURED.
TO PENETRATE THE ARMOR OF demonstration against the military with the far eastern question in all of
THE RU9i1iAN POMI ,. government and furnishes evidence of its bearings. He unolerstands the Fire, which threatened at one time
THE RUSSIAN PI a conflict between the municipality Japanese position and fully realized to destroy the building and stock of
r A-em iflL and the government, as the Juoges are before the war the aggressive policy the Welles-Kahn Co., on South Ralafox
t. PeMersurg, Jul reig elected by the people. being pursued under the lead of Vice- street, was discovered shortly before
nation of L M. Boulilgn asg ligal r roy Alexieff and M. Bezohrazoff, pres- midnight last night, and but for the
the interior is expected general EMPEROR HAS SIGNED Ident of the Yalu Timber Company, fact that there was no breeze, the
Trepl, the assistant tiied te f the APPOINTMENT OF WITTE. and the coterie of adventures connect, place would no doubt have been de.
terror, wilthe a tant m hisr o c- ed with them would cause Japan to etroyed, together wth several others
interior, will probably be i ecoa- Peteraburg, July 13.-4lnperor take up the sword. At one time Witte adjoining.
ohe terrorists have recently rmew Nicholas has signed the appointment talked over the situation with the When first seen the flames were
ed their warnings against Oeeral 'ot M. Witte, president of the Com- Marquis Ito, president of the Japanese coming from the rear windows of the
poff with ominous presisteoe. The mere of Ministers, to be chief pleni- privy council, and one of the leading second story, and volumes of black
enrl is constantly in receipt o let- potentiary, representing Russia at the statesmen of Japan. Practically it smoke were pouring from every win-
oneral is onstantlyItecuite lmeit- Washbigto peace negotiations. The was Witte's disapproval of Ruasia's dow and door on the second floor.
tears signed by fthe exgecut*i mmit- appointment, which was signed after far eastern policy and the creation of The blase was seen by Officer Burn-
forfn hm that his hg or hast mnidal t, Elothes M. Witte with pie- a viceroyalty in the far east which ham while he was standing at the
forming marble featu his eal the come nary powers, caused his downfall as minister of corner of Padafox and Zarragossa
remarkable feature the Co --- finance. Streets, and an alarm from box 13
munications is the statement that no ers Witte the aa plenpo-nt in, which summoned the depart-
safeguards will avail to avert his im- er may tte rded as the l eada MOSCOW REG Nment to the scene.
Sdoom. At the same ime they ttilry, may be regarded as the lead- MOSCOW REGMENTS "ment to the scene.
pending doom. At the same time they In Liberal statesman of Russia.' Fr REPORTED IN MUTINY. The flames were confined to the
tell him he need not be atAtid togo the last thirteen years he has been rear portion of the building, where
abroad In the streets. They add. one of the strongest personalities In St. Petersburg, July 13.-Rumors was stored a large quantity of paper
Your sentence willnbe e td in the RsMsian bureaucracy, although his are current that four grenadier regi- sacks, wrapping paper, brooms, wood-
your own room. You ill ie your po cal forte suffered a setback ments at Moscow have mutinied and en articles, and goods ot like nature,
Ster" is seem te pride in when he was compelled to resign the that at Warsaw yesterday certain offl- and as soon as the department reach-
The terrorists seem A tlbe pride i- portfolio of minister of finance in Au- cers refused to give command to the ed the scene work was commenced
iesutlg a challenge ,iniolv~ g a det- ast, 1903, and again when after being men to fire on people who were mak- there. No one who saw the headway
onstration of their power ald re- appointed president of. the council of nlg demonstrations. There is no con- of the fire and the fficulties to be
es to penetrate the armor othe ol"r milters in the same month his of- formation, however, of these reports. encountered in fighting it believed for
Moreover, General Treppe knows an instant that the Luilding would
enough of the resources and desperate- be saed, but within ten minutes after
, asset of the orgbiatioa t Ar 'w- h ii I a l f PiA I I I the arrival of the department thi
do,1 [tha Hterrorf isl te i'al i .ll blae was under control, altlbhugh it
d execuft eir threat. He lakes so [ t 4brxetened to break out again at aay
concealment of the fact that be ex- mllllom I len
pects to be killed, but his nerve is un- U IIr IS I aL A General Alarm.
shaken. "I will at least die at the A general alarm was sent In within
4IN S post of duty," he says. a few moments after the arrival of
Privately General Trepoff takes a the first three trucks, which brought
gloomy view of the future of the an all of the fire fighting apparatus to
F dl A 'k T --_- -e- scene. AL n -- i was n* 1 #1.- A 4U-. o-- t. -

I- N-I L;\" M -AZV I zfLI.. Al ocracy, in wbicn he Delieves. Ie
*lt~S 0N T general is confident that it given un-
AL S S OOTIIiU trammeled power he could restore the
ADVANCE OF $250,M0 TO DEPEW LAND IMPROVEMENT CO. WAS old statuo quo in a year, but the pres-
Seat vacillating policy he thinks will
By Associated Press. MADE UPON GOOD SECURITY AND WITH UNANIMOUS AP- end only in ruin.
S-., :. Tenn .;ul 13.--Near OVAL OF CMPA A representative assembly, no mat-
: i.- .o at an early POVAL OF COMPANY' OFFICERS ter what its initial character may be,
Sorn,:ning \Wa:.'r Wright shot be is convinced, will soon be trans-
formed into a constituent assembly
I1 '1;.~, I. ;t.: Wright fired Ey Aociftld Pro. tel opened streets, extended the water formed which w ill give the tuent a emblow to
a -,, A. iale,i wirh buck New York, July 13.-Senmator Chaun. and sewer systems and incurred great ablsolutism.
. -!i fr om a revolver. cey M. Depew has made a statement liabilities in Improvements.
I.: ,. It' h men were to the Paris correspondent of the "A few of the larger stockholders
: Family troub!' New York Tribune regarding the loan formed a plan to pay off all liabilities Juserand Starts For Home.
nuss, ,I ,h k.iug. of $250,000 made by the Equitable and provide a working capital, but New York. July 13.-J. J. Jusserand,
ha- -:rr ;il(ered. society to the Depew land Improve- the stockholders were so numerous, French ambassador to the United
meant company alleged to have been a large number living abroad, that States, and Mrs. Jusserand, sailed to-
Tor.T-IA I nI T0 Bmade upon securities worth only co-operation could not be secured and day in the steamer La Savole for
ii5REAR D TO 0,000, in which he ays that the company went into the hands of a Havre.
he had never advocated or rec- receiver five years after the Equitable,
LYNCH BANDIT omtmended any such transaction, be- loan. The appraisal of the property Frenchman Lost at Tennis.
LYNC B NU I I cause he was a director of the EquIt- has been made by offcers and ie-nde ondn July 13.-In the contest for
able. Senator Depew further says: pendent persons, the lowest valuation the Bright F. Davis international ten-
"That loan never co'id have been being $200,000 over and above all la- nis trophy today, Holcombe Ward
By Associated Prer made unless t ofcal appraisers of bilitles. If the Equitaole and other beat Germot of France, 6-2; 6-36, 6-1.
Kan.. July 13 -There were;the Equitable had reported after ex- creditors will join and take the prop-
.ng tht night of lynching amination that $250,000 was only 60 erty out of the hands of the receiver A
dhllurn. the surviving ban- per cent. of the property" value, such and put t on a going basis, there is B A S
anw killed Detective Cal- being the rule of the society ad that no possibility of loss. On the con- A L
:a' and be was guarded on such a report, the cfIees of the trary, in the Judgment of those best
pr -ician's olce by the company hlaan.nl "a W y approved acquainted with the property there Is
Sfo: ,tf deputies until be it. a certainty of profit. J.l
,*n i- the jail at Sedan to- '"The Depew Iad Improvement "A few days before J sailed from By Aociatd Pr-
k, pt:ng He may recov- company was organized sad in opera- New York, I placed my resignation
w :n .' C(hadburn was re- tion some Sve year before I was in- as counsel in the hands of Chairman Suth Atlantic Leagu
ih. fodleral penitentiary duced to become a tockholder. It Morton and I am very glad that hec g
: r:h a -week ago after had then abott three thousand Inhabi- accepted it. I have passed my seven- Savannah 2, Jacksonville 1.
ar- sentence for rob- tants amd many thriving Industries, ty-Irst birthday, and I had made up Auguta-Macon. no game, rain.
ft, at Mullhal. Okla. including the New York central shops my mind before I reached seventy- Charleston-Columbia, no game, ran.
it! Madigan. who was and coanection with several trunk two to secure something of that rest
-.e. will be buried in: ii. The compap appointed a gen- and freedom from incessant work that American League.
eral manager who bult bosea, a o- has been denied me year after year'" Lt. Louis 7, Washington 4, (first
i game.)
I-.- .St R.SETWIH f s Lo uis 9, Washington 1, (second
Ire W.A _- 1 ... MS O EL ILL OT am.)

0 VCStt
gatton Of COtton *
k *ff II

By Associated Prl vice. v
13.-The investi- Oecials are feeltg sMme conern
i: .:td States district whether New York parties, whose
SP cotton leak with a names have been metiomed nt con-
i- efficient evidence to nection with the cotton leak, and
will be begun to- others whose names have sot been
Sict attorney is to be mentioned, can be prevailed pon to
I r of the secret ser- testify.

England Welcomes Proposal

of President Roosevelt

By Associated Prem not contrabasd of war be f wepw
.1 :' 13-In the house of tare or destructioU Mr. JIm re-
ia. Mr. Robertson asked pled that the OSW Sirdilly
: ,ar *heher there had wodoomed the pi rpoqa o Plesident
.':rher rhpresentatio in Rosevelt, but G"re'~ttitWa3 corn-
n;ernat onsl cntfe.nC mon with other ap re e ed the
Pr(-ideni Roosevelt, and bitte of cu"to g tat be
Po-oernmn was prepared a bmitted to U s OXIMBl!. Th
he president's prposl t p6to .d. t h i,, bem
:ii subjects for dLIII@ Ay ta No 9 4f
AIV 4 Ba LmK& a e psu~ -

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Cleveland 9, Philadelphia 8.
Detroit 6, New York 3.
Chicago 1, Boston 2.

President Declines Invitatiaom Ixt National Legue.
BItrooklyn 3, Pittsburg 5.
ed B omo lth ov Boston 6 Cincinnati 1.
ernment. (lhiladelphia 0, St. Louis 3. (first
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 1, (second
By Asociated Pre. game.)
Melboure, July 13.-President Nw York 4, Chicago 1.
Roosevelt has declined the invitationouthern
extended by the commonwealth gov- Southit Legue.
ernmeat to Mis Alice Roosvelt to New Orleans 3, Birmingham L
,rit Austrlia with a&cretsa Taft Memphis 7, Montgomery 3.
and the members of his family, which Little Rock-Atlanta, no game; At-
was accompanied by the surnce lanta team delayed by washout.
that the party would be cordially wel- No more games scheduled.
comed by all clas. U7 By&dfl,SJ SoyHSrGlu


Japan's Choice of Plenipotenti-
aries Indicates She is Acting
in Good Faith.

By Associated Pres.
Yokohama, July 13.-Doctor Morri-
son, the London Times correspondent,
who is on his way to Washington,
says China confidently expects peace
to be made between Japan and Russia.
Relying upon Japan's choice of pleni-
potentiaries, Chinese government offi-
cials believe Japap acted in good faith.
Dr. Morrison declares tne anti-Amer-
ican sentiment among the Chinese is
subsiding and that it is not so wide-
spread as represented. He does not
think the Chinese will boycott, for any
length of time, American gooos which
they and it profitable to handle.

By Assoliasd Pre
Oakland, Cal., July 13.-William
Dwyer and seven Chinese were killed
this morning by an explosion at Giant
Powder works, ten miles from here.
The explosion occurred in the mixing
house and all the men at work there
were killed. Fire broke out after the
explosion and unless it can be checked
other explosions will follow.


By Associated Press.
Troy, Missouri, July 13.-T. Edward
Albright, former member of the St.
Louis house of delegates, was acquit-
ted to-night ot the charge of bribery
after deltberation by.he jury of an
hour and a halt. Albiglt was on tha
stand to-day in his bwn defense. He
denied positively having received or
invited bribes in conMsetion with the
passage of the suburban bill.


Question Discussed by King Oscar
and Emperor William on Lat-
ter's Yacht Yesterday.
By AssocIated Press.
Stockholm, July 13.-The Associat-
ed Press is able to state on good au-
thority that a German-Swedish alli-
ance is seriously contemplated. The
question was discussed at a confer-
ence between King Oscar and Emperor
William on the latter's yacht to-day.
Besides the emperor's visit, Germany
will soon make the greatest naval
demonstration in its history in Swed-
ish waters. Large German squad-
rons will arrive in Swedish waters be-
tween July 20 and August 3 and the
Swedish government has granted per-
mission for these squadrons to enter
war ports.
Geele, Sweden. July 13.---ing Oscar
and Crown Prince Gustav arrived this
afternoon and visited Emperor Wil-
liam on the yacht Hohensollern. War-
ships in the harbor hoisted the flags
of both nations. The emperor eater-
tained at dinner on the yacht.
The king and crown prince return
to-morrow to Stockholm.
Cincinnati, July 13.--Owing to the
absence of one of the attorneys the
case against Mayor Helmbold and the
two policemen of Newport, Ky. who
were held by United States Commis-
sioner Leonard on charge of having
interfere with United States officers
in charge of Caleb Powers, was to-day
continued until Saturday.

the scene. At that time it was not
known whether or not there was any,
blaze below, and the firemen could not
venture inside, on account of the
dense smoke, but were compelled to
fight the blaze from the outside for
some time.
When the smoke cleared so as to
allow the men to go inside it was
found that only the rear portion of thA
second story was ablaze, and several
streams of water were played on this
until it was extinguished, when the
men turned their attention to other,
portions of the building. It was dis-
covered that the ceiling was burning,
and this necessitated cutting through
the roof in order that water might
be played on the blaze. Within so
hour after the alarm was first sound-
ed the fire had been extinguished, al-.
though the men remained about tne
building for some time afterwards, for
fear that there might be some fire
Origin a Mystery.
The origin of the fire is a mystery,
inasmuch as the portion of the bull4-;
ing, where the blaze started was used
only for the storage of light golos,
and consequently was not visited very
often. Mr. Kahn, who arrived at the
fire Just before it was extinguished,
said that he could not account for the
starting of the blaze. It is evident
that the fire had been smouldering
for several hours, and only burst out
when it reached a point near one ao
the rear windows.
Loss Will Be Heavy. /
The loss to the firm will be heavy,
amounting possibly to seven or eigM
thousand dollars. The greatest dam-
age however, is from water. While
the fire itself destroyed a large 4uaa-
tity of goods, the water which was
thrown in the second-story and which
ran through the foor to the first loer,
caused much damage to the stock ft
tobacco, cigars, flour, meal, eof-e
etc., which were stored Jkt under
neath where the blaze originated, Mr.
Kahn last night could not estimate
the loss, as he did not have any op.
portunity to see the extent of the
damage suffered from water. The
loss, however, is partly covered by

Conspiracy to Blow Up

Czar's Castle Discovered
By Associated Pre. terraean page is said to have been
New York, July 13.-A World de- found leadtai to a cellar where 26
patch from London cotains the fai, pmoun~ of dynamite lay concealed.
lowing from the Viena correspodent The police have made masy o.
of the Daily Mail: rests, apprehending among others tw
Private letters from t. Petersburg engeersa .who conduted Mthe Iehat
sta4t that the police shave ovdsred aW decorating of the apartments t
elaborate preparations or blowtag up the castle.
the astle of niaskoo, near Moscow, This intellHgmee, asochla~e witM
where the mar, with th mperial the murder of Skvrloff has, mradta
fMamiy titde to l b -up a brief deep Ipre
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Mlyth -l.,whrat e it, s st edio or hammock?

In the days goon ty. when Pawnee Joe
entered a saloon In Deadwood and asked
the crowd up to drink he knew that it
was the action of a gentleman. When
the crowd had Iabibed and Jee had
tound himself $2 short on the bill he
realized that he was a gentleman labor-
ing andet temporary financial embarrass-
ment. When the bartender couldn't see
It that way. but begaa telling names, Joe
decided as a gentleman that he was called
upon to shoot. When be had shot be
turned to the crowd and querled
"Am I k'rect la thlnks' I alb atonog a
crowd of gentlemenr"
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"Have I acted like a gentlemaha"
"You hare."

"My! What a state your bshos are In?'
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lpb, patleat's ttraNmma&" ube eame -u
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no wooso sfrightWOO& at 9he ago
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not havin' better roads?"

Flin the peew ami's head

As It was psla to all that D irj t
daheks, the rhtful keir wau pat 4 p

W b was the BHelr
sealo, the beodlam became a member ft
the leglatuars ad sold bLe vroe to th
G Trust, ad the goose hbna big.

*Who Was the Heirr' Is a late volaum
to mako cahUb creep up the reader's back
The sme of a duchess changes the M dl
dso li t t eradle, substituting her own.
The lady's mad s her and wrings in
ir sater's ttfanat The cook catches the
maid at it ad rmoTes the kid and aip
to he Uttle nece. The butler sees by the
eos s elftusio that she has been up to
snoot and he overtabou the cradle and
rtngs In the coachman's son. There are
no eore Chanfs, but as the kids gow
F i hn eir Is wanted for a fortune of
.&eO,000T. Thtee dietors, four lawysa,
ca o:d werraa and a fortune-teler try
Wv ntangle the web, but they would
oa.rer, never bare met with saucess but
et a boOdi ) who d1covered the letter
4 on the toeaall of one of the eontestata.

Wlef he had bhot.

"And In the hanging while at' about to
take plate, a gentleman eat depend apon
beta' treated like a gentleman?"
"He kin."
"Very well, gestlemen-go ahead with
the hanging."
And the e wd of gentlemen took him
out and hung him- In a genteel way, as
befitting a gentleman, and outsiders said
It was the latest little ovent of the
necktie sort that had happened n that
locality for years. JOE KERR.

Bilson-1 saw your little boy today.
Booser-Do you think he's like tke?
ilson-lie's like you In some respects and unlike you in others.
Bor-Wlt ow h o
BIloun-Well, for instance. Bhe Baked me for a drink-of water.


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Maky.-"Wil, eb ds.Ied Ur aIept the
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One evening when the mall arrived at
Barberurille by stage there was the usual
move on the part of the crowd of Idlers
to enter the postoffcec. It so happened
that Jones, the village cooper, jostled
White, the village cobbler, and they
turned upon each other with:
"What ye ptshin' fur, Tom Jones?"
"Who's -ptshin', Bill White?"
"You are."
"No, I hnlt't."
"Then I'm a liar!"
'Then you be!"
'Then I cnn lick two stuh pumpkin
heads as yon'"
"Then I dare you to lay a baud on
There was hope that they would flht.
but nothing of the kind took place. Next
evening they had the scrap over again.

and so on the next. and by and by It
came to be a regular thing. Every week-
day evening ot long years they had a
war of words, and there was little
variation. Then the people of the town
became discouraged, and one evening as
the two men were going through the
usual program they were suddenly pushed
together. White accidentally stuck a
finger in Jones' eye, and Jones kicked
at a dog and landed on White's shin.
It was a golden opportunity for the long-
deferred battle to go on, and for a few

seconds the crowd held Its breath. Then
the two men turned and fled from each
other, one going up the street and the
othet down. and when they met. three
days later, Jones held ott bis band and

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"Bill, I haln't mad at Too aad saev
"Tom," replied Bill as be resehed for
the hnd., "I hala't nmad at yeu, wlttbr,
and let's go flshnl tomorrow together!"

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To PUT U TH ONEWL. at 5 o'clock PI
eNs the 0i0Tem.

Whatever igt ae bee at E ad Hmity a g
m mIns of some of the basebalA fanatics

a the thermometer is concerne thy i city has nm t the re-tHI f Pm
You nee t est chance of e the fran- ay Aoclated Pr5e.
'wZ :.z.e ebyto 7 4
l if yu follow r chie and players w el by the New York July nd .-Thirteen
hing prescription: Hattiesburg club, although only a deaths attributed to heat were record-
I comparatively omall amount of money fans Old sd.) ed here t-day and in addition scores a gd
wake-Tir LiUht Balbriggtn as necessary to get the team, and of persons were overcome by heat and
S- .* t'repe underwear, Out- Lthe franchise would have been do- are under treatment in the hospitals.
ak'- Neige Shirts. ated. The thermometer reached a maximum
C *,ars Light Silk Ties, The money: however, was lacking. of 85 degree Great humidity and t h
S- :;h't So:ks and Low and out of all the baseball ove only the continuance through the night of
a very mall um was in sight. Those hehigh temperature csed the
__ who would have pofited by the club heavy fatality.
being placed here would not come for- la Ftni John McGeroon, after complaining
b er.wriptwar ing pacie shbr e olu l at l wi illness lost consciousness and fell
pri 'c are as low as tihei ward with sa of the cola, a nd this-- of ers Coco Cbeat 18eorded Swi Batis te,
Crep e diagutate fsonise wof thae whoenld bk- a war down stairs, breaking his in bepiautifuprintings
SNlneck. Samuel Schulz, a painter work- 5c Mohair Lutre Vohile
S as :v Silk ln The moneyhe licking.ms. 0c Mohair Lustre Voile
o zht i anl s turned to ing t ont a roof, fell five stories to the
ao iden. I mall s e win eight re- ground and was instantly killed. u s
w wud the wlpt o o l t e eu Many children are included in the Bc Printed India Batf-
V in a nd withe ran ci e of the oi leandg, death lhis, tea, choice, patterns...

mor else be termed over to Selmda or en hi 9c Sheer and fine Print-
dIJisgnus'rted somis wo w d nck ATHOLICS ADOPTe oai. rt....
C. nheev. Anomperge N T 8 and lOc wide Torchon I4
For iFoty years Dr. rowler'sa x- RnE oS a o fTI ON Hamburg Embrolderie
comlfl.aitt.llt l ll m bI l tract o Wild Strawberry ha been I over 12 yards to a cus
i _- curing summer complatt, dysentery,
dmrroea, blooy S, pain ia the UNDnSIRALE iELEMENT CAN BE 10 yards 36-inch Bleachea
9. K wwH r stomach, and it aas nvTer yet failed By Associated Press. ville Domestic to go fo
w sm-*nr. Meematag Jm to do everything claimed for it. QUICKLY I SPOSED OP IF IN- New York, July 1.--Be fnal se-
-- esrs AIr E i ODVIDUALS WILL ASSIST THE sion of the Catholic Educational Asso- 15c 42x36 Bleached Liner
SAPPlOINTMENT OF ciat convention to-ay ws occu- Sheets, In this ...sale ...or
.. OFFICERS. pled with a discussion of Catholic text-
Sli T"OL lITT tPITIO fbook.. The final act was the adoption 12 yards extra, yard-wide
TERSELY TOLD. W ITTE PROPITIONS of resolution commending thoe tic for ...............
caThe JackMvBille Metrpolls says: contrlee which maintain religious
T h e. *r.-n. of Palathl Ma sawi; and secular instruction simultaneously 40 dozen Fine and Sheei
!, are now in the city Brery community is cursed by the in elementary schools, and recom- Lawn Shirt Waists, be,
: r.d at the Merchant. er B I., Jly 18 dent vagabond. The fewer vagrants found men ing more colleges higher educi- made and trimmed in
S.f Holle. a. a prom- Roosevelt ceved from the Aocit n any city the better it is for that tion in Catholic branches and the in- Embroidery and Tucks
S:,,. operator of that place, ed Press the first enite news of the city. Jacksonville has had them, n production of eccelsiastical art and $1.39 and $1.50 to go aL
Son, a short butness visit, declaration of M. Muravleff to act as it has them now. The last leisl arhtecture into Catholic seminary thi
v ..., r. of Selma, reached the the principal plenipotentiary of Russia ture, however, so amended the vag- c ed from to 9 a. m. or
.ray on route to Perdi, in the conference and of the designs- raat law that any man can aid in t
11 join the large party now tion by s the Rian envo r the ommunty of this class of DAMAGE CAUSED HUtiDREDS OF OTHER
SOcial notification of M. Witte's. ap- people. The law says that vagrants r io
SAs H- Blis who has been ointment has not roenhed the presi- are as follows: BY thV RAINS
Business visit to points in rcnt from 8L Petersburg, although it Rogues and vagabonds, idle or dis-
is expected to return home ma y come at any time .f
.r in the morning. Unofficially the deign.raein of M. solute persons who go about begging, in r an
Kane of Atlanta, superintend- Witte is regarded as moat propicious. common gamble persons who use By Ausociated Press.
acencter of the singer ewing t is believed that his appointment is juggUng or unlawful games or plays, roanokeg Va, July .-oeavy ra8a s a m
Company. is in the city on an assurance that peace in the far coona pipers and fiddlers, o during the pat ten days has caused a
connected with hs depart now Bekman Winthrop, oerr of dr ids. mon o,* much dam e the lowHd S Bridges
Porto Rico, and ward C. Kent, chief hves, pflerer, trader s tiaen were carried away and cattle driven I
Oacer Humphreys will leave justice of the a preme court of Ariso- property, lewd, wanton and lascivious to the high places. The rainfall here
w night on the excursionfor a, were guests of the president to- persons in speech br behavior, keep- he twelve dayinches. Trains ANITARY
.*ans. where he will undergo day at agamore HiU. They arrived i of inh mmon ralf Inche. Trains I
a'ion at one of the hospitals from New York in time for eha cheon of gambling pipao6s, common ral"i have been greatly delayed by wash-
and spewta part of the afternoon with er and brawl8 ns wo neglect o rse. I P CT R | a
S o.hnson, who has been absent the president. Governor Winthrop is their calling or- loyment algil-
vaP wo fishing his father in this country on a le.ve of absence. spend what they earn and do not pro- P rriTEDa TO i
-n .hi1-n Norway, has returned vide for themselves or for the sup- ARE MAKeIN A THOROUGeH AND
w n'g'. OECLINE TO DISCLOSE port of their families, persons wan- D T RETLMATIT INdPCTION OF
e .i e an of Andalusia. one of IDENTITY OF ASEAl84N. during from place to place able to oeal f i
. .fl ma of h e bank at that place, --- work and who are without means and ALL SECTIONS OF THE
ii. :i,. ,it on a short visit and is By Arsoiated Pr .
:*-', -e.,1 a" :h .Merchant. Moscow, July P 1.-The authorities who neglect to earn their support an By A iated P .
th. hrn Ho(l Arrivalb: H. Her- here decline to disclose the identity of live by pilfering or begging, idle nd Ba Jul 13Baron Rosen
Ssanmn. Mis- : W T. Taylor, the assassin of Prefect of Police Shu- disorderly persons, including those Oyster Bay, July 13.-ambassador and Rosen,
nn :.:i.M.t : T E Flanders [u valof last Tuesday, buy it Is known who neglect all lawful business and the Russian ambassador and Pensac ola now undergoing ae
-.a Buand.town political capture bepminen made. mportant ng houses of fame, gambling the president to-day at Sagamore Hill. thorough inspection at the hands of
J A:te Yonc. h pIse Af- tipplng shop perso s The ceremony occupied but a few mo- the four sanitary inspectors, Messrs.
.'; Mon Ala ter the prioer's eape from the ouses ipplng shops, persons abl ents. No formal exchanges took Mar Commyn, Sancez and Dt-
Sice station where he had "been con- to work, but who are habitually idle mets. No formal exchanges took Maurs, is probable that when t
a. 'n,:n"- wli before Recor- fined as a political suspect some days and live upon the earnings of their a- work ls completed ait willbe one of the
:n "h ;> ,c, court yester-iMevious to the assaslnatio of the wives or minor children, and all able- AUTHORITIES AFTER most systematic and thorough can-
: ,minin for trial Of this number prefect. ShuvaloC set all the police of bodied male persons over 18 years or passes ever to be made of the city.
n-na were discharged and Moscow at work to etect his recap- age who are without means of sup- PROMINENT LAWYER. Thvasses evectors ave madivide of the city.
tin o imposed One ture The prisoner in the meantime port d hoe parents or guardians into sections and each house is visited
,n was. T.ven a sentence of ten shaved off his beard and while the are unable to support them and who y Associated res and every portion of the premises gone
:n th sTreet police were earhtag for him every- are not usually in attendance upon New York, July 13.-Abe Hummel, over in a thorough manner. Where
SNewhere the mn went the prefect's of- some sc hool or educational establih- the attorney under indictment on a the premises are found in a filthy or
augh'.r Miss ertha, fce and committed the crime for ment, but who live in habitual idle- charge of criminal conspiracy in con- unsanitary condition the occupants are
a. ar viisiting here a few which he will now be tried. Thle bul- ness, are declared to be vagrants, and nectlon with the Dodge- Morse divorce given notice to clean them up at once.
.tg the gues', of Mrs. e. D. lets of the revolver used by the pris- upon conviction shall be subject to will not be permitted to inspect the and the inspectors in giving such no-
Y* ou. M. Moan d oner were lled with poison. The the penalty provided. minutes of the grand ury returning tie return at the expiration of the
crowd in the ante-room of the prefect- Warrants Executed the indictment. In denying the appl- time to see that the oroer has been
Sin :h o c by fm P sacola r s n the an sassro i ho The law also says that upon proper cation for such permission Judge Davy complied with.
SGreenvi! dopen a ged into the street and terribly Information made upon oath before in the criminal branch of the supreme Some of the inspectors have had
beaten. an officer authorized to act in such court, to-day declared that after In- some lively experiences of late with
na .1 Brown. a most e:l- case he shall issue his warrant for the specting the testimony before the dogs at houses which they have visit
d ,l, at her home No 4 arrest of any person therein named grand jury he was convinced that ed and also on the streets. They say
: 'reeT 'eirdav after QUIET CONTINUFS or described who is charged therein ere ere was evidence to sustain the in- that because a dog has on a city it-
nr -.- She ltaver a hu3- UUIwV.O with being a vagrant under any of dictment, cense tag is no reason why It will not
.n and daughter to mourn O Ti rR the provisions of the foregoing see- "I might say," he added, "that there bite as they have learned from expe-
ad .:iion to a large circle ALONG fRONT tlon and such warrant shall be exe- is evidence to warrant conviction." rence
and acquaintances The cuted by any sheriff, constable, police- Hummel and Benjamin Steinhard',
'n t :,a Cqua in tn l man or by a private person duly au- another attorney who was indicted

.resided for some thorized thereto by the officer issuing jointly with him and Chas. F. Dodge, eMhi samd mer.
.' cme to Pde or some y Asociated Prem such warrants, but an. sheriff, con- were called upon to plead to the in- There s this diference between
ame to Pensacola Spinghai. Manchuria. July 13.- stable, policeman or other lawful oftl- dictments against them. Dodge was tao two temporal bleings, health
i' Ite.. during the past Quiet continues ato o the front, but cer may arrest any vagrant described not In court. Hummel's counsel en and moy: Money Is the most enved,
the Japanese are dlll moving in Ko- in the foregoing section without a tered a demurrer.
rea. The Russian trains move as far warrant in case of delay in procuring but enjoyed; health is the
-':ndrpoint of economy as Chantafu. Information from the one would probably enable such al- BIG DEAL IN TIMBER most enjoyed, t the est envied,
v the famous "Blue Japanese lines indicates that the rank leged vagrant to escape arrest. Any LAND AT FT. McCOY. ad thise obviowt f the latter hi
:' is actually cheaper and file are exceeded gly anxious for persons so arrested by virtue of a s more obloou when we reject that
:,on Lemon and Va- peace. To counteract -this feeling, warrant or without a warrant shall Fort MoOoy, July 13.-News was th p et man weald not part with
A.k y.our grocer for Field Marshal Oyama ua continually be given a speedy trial, and upon received here by the last mail that health for moaey, but the richest man
lnon and Vanilla. issuing glowing appeals to the patri- conviction shall be fined not exceeding Hinkle & Son of Georgia, had con- would glaly part with all his mmey
,rs perfectly. otism of his armies. 250 or imprisoned for not more than tracte for the timber from 19,000 acres for health.
v The Chinese say that decaying six months. of their laid as fast as the gum could
ng relieved In a corpses buried in shallow graves n be extracted by the latter. The con- suelgg.-ve.
'se yield at once t frosen ground after the battle of Muk- RARE EDITION OF sideration was $125,000. The new "Gee whib said George for the
'QrJies cf Doan's Otnt- den have created a terrible condition.
Arts cf D sOtt- den havg e created a terrie oad to havn KING ROHARD Ill.Aowners say they will soon put in some twentkth time. "It makes me mad
A any dr store aue and choler are d to have up-to-date mills to cut this fine body every te I think of the $10 I lot to-
appeared ampng the. Japan By Associated Pre. of timber, and do doubt will put steam day. I actually feel as if Id like to
New York. July 13.-A perfect copy dummies in to haul the logs to the ave somebody kick me."
^ -68 6 ......r, ,,,, ,. of the fourth qarto edition of Shake- mills. This land was first bought by "By the way, UerBge," mid the dear
peare's "Tragedie of King Richard th F. Iong & Son, costing probably $22,- thi y
DIAMONDyS WATCIHES, 5 BLY, E Third," has been sold at Botheby's for 000. This deal only includes the tim- girl deaml, o't you tmk you'd
HCLOCKS STO ES, $8.700 to A. Jackson, and It Is'under- ebr after the turpentine has been btmr spek to father this eveitg?"-
CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONESON stood it will go to America, according taken from it. depbn Pe.
S RU SLV MA SThe book was printed in 1605 _ _
ST RLING SILVERW ARE, to a London disaptch in the Times. t*- AA atTe
ART PO IkKY, OPICAL GOOD by Thomas Creeden and was sold by Advertsllng apert--'ve written
Matthew F. Lawe, "dwelling in Paul's You Employ an praises f all these let but one. I'm
CUT GLASSWARE. church yard at the sign" of the fox. afraid you eant sell that one. Beal
near S. Austin's gate." It has forty- EXPERT tate Am.t-W- 's te matter with
six leaves. It? Expert-Why. IW on an almost
It is believed that only two other pepr lide. Agent-Ca at-
af r&WVf SM Pi9W -_--T -l._ y-. copies of this edition exists. One is Itn Foodn t i to i ct on WI der. ranagae tacl-
41 in the British museum and the other His.-Clevelan Leader.
was sold by Mr. Ully to Mr. Halliwell, whm y ut
Sn afterw-ardl Halllwell-Phillips and is X 4o e me
SMal Ordes Receve P agt tnow in the Bodean library at Oxford. Heko-I uppr er k tull pot-
-- The sample sold Is of pear later- N ter g al one at hi Inm r Vls
est arom the fact that Ia dve places, uts l he at er bau acn aWit-
a contemporary autograph at "Wlam rh e has tr y e Pbff at a grat.
Ow Zed k A founder 'Ite* 8ln0 isr The most perfectly made To det say. Wd--i: he's golg
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By Associated Presa.
Washington, July 13.-Secretary
Bonaparte, of the navy department, to-
day forwarded his decision in the mat-
ter of a half holiday for employes of
the Washington navy yard on Satur-
day during the summer. He refers to
a report on the same matter when it
was not deemed expedient andl decides
that the necessity -for strict economy
is so urgent that the department is not
justIfied in recommending to the pres-
ident any action involving serious ad-
ditional expense.
New Its Pamslm Left Its Record In
Gravel*s ad Reeks.
Some 10,000 or more years ago the
conditions which had brought about-
the great ice age where beginning to
change. The elevated land began to
sink and a higher temperature slowly
followed. The long winter was gradu-
ally drawing to a close, and toe great
springtime of the world was beginning
to hasten its influence upon an ice cov-
ered land. Tons, rather mountains, of
Ice began to melt, and the water filled
the river valleys to overflowing. Gravy
el, sand and mud were borne along by
these raging waters and deposited
wherever the conditions were favora-
ble. Ice rafts covered the surface of
the flood, bearing rocks and bowlders
from more northern lands.
All rivers which had glacial sources
were greatly nlauenced by the final
melting. As the southern part of the
Ice sheet rested ever northern Penn-
sylvalna, the Delaware and the 8us-
quehanna were typical rivers of the
age. The rocks and gravels which Une
their banks show how well they have
kept the record. In the Delaware val-
ley brick clay and gravel are laid out
in beautiful terraces, especially at
'Stroudsburg and the Water Gap. Here
the waters rose some 200 feet, and an
artificial dam is supposed to have
formed the river into a broad lake.
The Indians, it is said, have a curious
legend about this flood. They tell us
that the "Minrles" were the frt race
which dwelt here, and the region round-
about they call "Mialstln," meaning
that the "waters are gee'-a vague
remembrance perhaps of the pstgla-
dlal doods.
The Isint 3to.l
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to sahI" said the popuetr grfs ester.
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It ww the eoly way to mate hm stop
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Te the amoner seesn.
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Many of the w taley.a y of Flao- --** --"h- y '-"
_ w ZVD M 000M t r OII'r dsa&re >maig an efert to get theirr Sakka1 al WO I astripofunioi
S e I XM Just dues and put a check he tl nous land, lying almost parallel to
large amount of free advertising that 'the coast of lower Siberia, and so
is being bestowed on institutions and close as almot to to ch that coast
TMIOUtRNAL C O MPANY. concerns that m not entitled to !L near the Isnd's northern extremity.
We hope to-oef Th- m -eep It up Nevertheleas, topographically It is a
Sna til somethl* tos done to benefit the part of the archipellag of Japan. The
gg g am fraternity. same volcanic action that elevated
The colusalh 'f a newspaper, as Japan above the water brought Sak-
fl TIE A VOQ^AT1D FRmSWa ~ well as the paper itel, are the stock halin into view. Japn self tretc-
in trade of a pubisher 3nst as much es like a crooked string sotfward
as the goods on the shelves of any off the coast of Siberia, Manchuria-
A mercantile es6lblishmeat. The man and Korea. Its northernmost Islanm,
I, mC ItoAltwL ho buys fivedollars' worth of mer. Yezo is a trapezoid in shape, with
chandise at a store does not expect two prongs, one northeastward toward
If Ot f hl......-.o., to have the merchant give him fifteen a string of islands called the KurlIo
I *- . I n 0*one W*........... i s* *1 or twenty cents worth of something which reaches up to the peninsula of
SUM else he has in aock, to show there is Kamchatka and the other northwest'
-ahg gapM at a teaa. inc coolness, ye( many men expect a ward toward Sakhalin, thus forming
free Puff when they pay for an adver- with these islands and with the Is-
M Atisemeat Ia a paper, wikeh costs the lands of Japan an immense Y. Thi
SO Y "P -A MA- a- W P-- WpNMg A Og g publisher past as much to produce as Kurile islands belong to Japan. Thd
aC ULATION TATMENT CAN S SECURED. does the goods the merchant has for Sakhalin island usedto belong t that
sale. country, but about 40 years ago was
In NW 1 mGo to the shoe man to! a pair of ceded to Russia, Japan being unable
Oa1---1 el l at *ameI, Str tnL laces for your shoes and you plank to offer resistance. Accordingly, the
S- -OuX N.L M down your two or five cents for them, occupation of Sakhalin now by tie
yet the same fellow will come to the Japanese Is both a geographical and a
newspaper office and say "Give me political resumption of what we must
PENSACOLA, iFLOA IDA, JULY 14, 1905. a copy of the last paper." and on re- regard as the natural order. Sakhalin
ceiling it walk out of the door and ia 700 miles long, and of averse
OING AWA Idrownin greatly creased by t say "Thanks" as he is passing out. width of 70 miles. It occupies on the
OIN AWAYs greatly increased by the It takes money to buy print paper eastern coast of Asia about the posl-
Wh you ksavm the city for yor path of the boat under the sea. of the biggest trust In the United tion that England occupies on the
am-mer vacation have The Penaolna iDrowning is easy in boats whose States, presses are very expensive west coast of Europe. The climate,
JMrnmal follow you. Notify circle buoyancy under water has been so that are used to print the paper on, however, is that of Norway, rath-r
tie manager, Phone 8. difficult to secure and four submarines and when ypu come to gather the than that of Great Britain, as there
have already been sunk, most of their news, set the type and get out several is no gulf stream to give a temperate
crews perishing in them. The use at hundred papers at a "Thank you" zone warmth in those palts. Its chi?!i
A Welcome to John Paul Jones. submarines is in its infancy, and yet each filled with pufs of some "darned importance is strategic. The posses-
Arfm! ye sons of liberty the British have lost three of them good fellows," you are liable to wake sion of it by Japan effectually enclos-
flom Florida to Maine, during practice maneuvers. The fact up some day and flnd an overdraft at es the sea of Japan at the nortii,
From Michigan to Mexico, that the crew could live for fifty hours the bank. leaving only the narrow strait be-
Ftom mountain top to plati. in the boat which went down last All public institutions are sure of tween Sakhalin and Yezo, and the
Let every patriot salute week when provision of air was made getting what they- deserve from the Korean strait, both effecutally com-
qBe hero on his bier, for only half that time is proof of the press, and any private enterprises handed by the Japanese. Vladlvostocli
Ite lion of the quarter-deck, sufferings to the victims alive on the come in for as much as they deserve, becomes thus an island port, of no
Paul Jones, the .privateer, bottom of the ocean. Imprisoned mam- but the press of the state each year value to Russia save insofar as Japan
ers meet a similar death, but in pro- does a heap of free advertising that sees St to permit it to be. This las,
re comes across 'he ocean foam portion to the men engaged, mine dis- should be paid for in cash. movement of Japan serves to empha-
To rest within the land asters can scarcely be compared wibt This same complaint regarding free size the extent of the disaster to Rus-
nam which he voyaged long ago being imprisoned in a submarine. advertising is not confined to any one sia's commercial and political inter-
With all his brave command. It is probable, however, that the boats city, or to the state of Florida but is ests in the Far East resulting from
ITe grandest captaai of his time will be so improved that the danger epidemic all over the United States, the ill-adised war with Japan.
That ever matd. the. sea, in practice will not be so great, but and as the running of a newspaper
O drew a bright and daring blade the war risk can hardly be reduced, has now come to be a matter of busl. The Lt AmerlwI Kmea.
To set the nation tree. ness, It s necessary that business Maximilian and his followers were
re terotten t a~ t methods should be adopted. shot up in Querataro. Many powerful
A rotten ship beneath his t, eA s ..A, Iu -, .., tnwenrma wo *t mr tn Uv. himn

A cutlass by hit aide.
Were ll he had to meet the flower
Of England's power and pride;
BOt down upon the foe he swept
Ia clouds of smoke and flame,
Aad made a kingdom feel his might,
And tremble at his name.
Asnapolis ralts within the gate
1er hers the sacred trust
Ameag her future dmikals,
To guard this sacred dust.
Hats off in every state to-day,
While drums and trumpets roll-
The Pather of the Navy comes,
God rest his dauntless soul!

ry of th sages-a Greek, as India.
and a Perstan-who In the presence ot
the Perlan monarch debated this
question, Of all evils incident to hu
vanity which Is the greatest? The
Grecian declared "Old age oppressed
with poverty;" the Indian answered,
"Paa with impatience," while the
Peslan. bowing low, mad answer.
*The greatest evil. 0 king that I can
conceive Is the couch of death without
SSeed dead of Ot to light te dark-
- Mway.

-Minna Irving, in Leslie's Monthly. Amelsa Weme' Jewes.
To the average' English woman her
Screw lose somewhere. Haven't Jewelry Is merely an adjunct having
heard of Mr. Cleveland going fishing no particular connection with the rest
this year yet. of her toilet but added at random.
Nbt so with the transatlantic smart
The movement inaugurated last woman. She dresses to her jewels and
year to hold surplus cotton is panning has her gowns u~de to match them.-
out far beyond the expectations or linden Moterit and Traveler.
those who originated the plan.
S uk adl Ist t o easvy.
Northern people who are suffering A writer on Norway says, '"O)ur ea-
from the awful heat should come to miller urery friends Jack and Jill
the coast of Florida to spend the are deedants of k and B the
ebbtng and owing tMdes, the tumbling
summer. It is never uncomfortable cress of whch breaking one over an-
here. other the wave wash the shore, are
rather apty described in the nursery
Chief Engineer Stevens is suffer- L ."
aig from Lumbago. This will probab-
ly reader it impossible for him to visit The Di me.
the Isthmus of Panama during the yel. Mrs. Shopletgh-What! Pay $14.90
rageous! Balesman-But you forget,
The new mayor of Birmingham is 'adam, It has been especially reduced
also a reformer. He has begun opera-: from $1. Mrs. 8-Oh, in that cas I'll
take It. oua se, I didn't know it had
tiona by making charges against a ^ uce-waahtanton Life.
police commissioner and has been r- r e-WasntoLe.
quested to prove them. ts n so r.
I Chrstianity wants nothing so much
'he Galveston Tribune springs the I the world as unny people. The old
loUewiag: "E, Barefoot and Miss S.. are hungrier for love than for read-
Boots were married recently at Ros- Woman's Lif
well, N. M. The union should result
in baby shoes, as the little ones will G
all be Barefoot."

Semator Russell A. Alger has an-
nounced that he will r:ot be a candl-
Mate to succeed himself for the term
shabinr in March 1907. The senator
Is alicted with heart trouble and
his determination was reached upon
advtie of his physician.

The horrible fate of the ofcers and
an Imprisoned on board the French
selmarlue Ftrfadet, which failed

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to cme to the surface after being The following figures show The Pen-
sbnmrged In the Mediterranean sacola Journal's circulation for each
averl days ago, and which the day during the month of June, 1905,
with the average number of copies
French govennll ent has been unable daily:
t raise, notwithstanding the hercu- Jun 1 4,00 June 1 4,460
lan efforts that have been made, has June 4,480 June 17 4,450
spired the following article, which' Junm 344 June 1 4,700
eaitly appeared in the Pittsburg,.'J 4m June 30
W., Gazette under the caption "Death J 4400 June 21 4,40
ta Submarines:" June 7 5000 June 22 4,450
Aa the )eect of war machines is to June 4,4 June 23 4,460
bll and as those who enlist must bo June 9 4460 June 24 4700
prepared to face death ia tks most ter- June 10 4460 June 25 4800
rlMe form, when deaths are caused June 11 4,700 June 26 .....
by acc lent to such apparatus in time June 12 .,J.. June 27 4,40
ao peace there Is a disposition to re- June 13 4400 June 28 4,40
ard them as Inevitable. All such June 14 4460 June 2 4,460
esaltles are oicially investigated Jun I 4460 Jun e 0 440
ad the loss of lives causes the same ota tfor the month.......117joe
oarrow as when people are killed In Average per day.. ...... 4.04
father ways, but it ordinary pursuits
the sately ad coalort of those eO I hereby ~orttfy that the above state-
ages la them is the 'irt eonsider.- mit Is correct according to the roe-
a. The slaking f the Preach sub ords on ie a this oaice.
martae boat off Tals last week aM H. L. SMITH,
the drowtg of the crew is evidese Circlation Mgr.
of a new darner to erew tn the navy
even ta times of aee. They are n- Sworn to -d suhecribed before me
p I to the same dangers fro ex this b th day ao June 1901 .
plosivea as t UIea the ships ase J- P. naTOK
Watet. bt the riak e slow d death b bary Pt
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1T2 De oref the a.
An inquisitive Frenchman has
thought it worth while to ask what be
comes of the bodies after death of the
numberless fish and other living crea-
tares that ill the sea.' Of course they
all die, sooner or later, and yet it is an
occurrence so rare as to be practically?
unknown for anybody who lives beside
or on the ocean to come across the "re-
mains" of even a single victim of the
fate that awaits all things mortal. In
the profounder depths putrefaction can-
not take place,, so If the dead fish
once reaches those calm, chill abyses
be would be preserved until the end of
time. Probably, however, no nach
peaceful repose awaits more than an
Infnitelsmally smaPl proportion of the
finny folk, and no greatt accumulation
of lifeless bodies exists at the bottom
of the sea. The living 4at the dead be-
fore they can make the long, slow
journey downward. As a matter of
fact, extremely few flh, and perhaps
none, ever meet what is known as a
"natural death." Almost always they
are slain and devoured and so put
definitely out of. the way.

nret nReeer eed et Raee.
A race across the Atlantic ocean
would have seemed a wild romance to
King Charles II. when be took a lead-
ing part in the first recorded yacht
race. "I sailed this morning says
Evelyn on Oct. 1, 161, "with his maj-
esty In one of his yachts, or pleasure
boats, vessels not known among us till
the Dutch East India company pre-
sented that curious piece to the king,
being very excellent sailing vsels. It
was on a wager between his other new
pleasure boat, built frigate-lke, and
one of the Duke of York's; the wager,
100; the race from Greenwich to
Gravesend and ba. The king lost It
going, the wind being contrary, but
saved stakes In reterng. There were
divers noble persons and lords on
board, his majesty sometimes steering
himself." "Yac t," a wod new to Eng
land In 100M, I Dudth, from "jagteo,"
to hunt, to speed, connected with our
"go."-Loondo Chruonele.

Res3f te"b saM.
"Reat your heart now and then dur-
ing the day," ad oan nstructr in
"But the heart can't be rested," a pu-
pil objected. 'It wrs neessantly
from birth to death."
"It retthe heart to Ue down" msid
the instructor. Jvery night's sleep of
nine bour saves the heart the fting
of 82,000 ounces of bleod. Considerable
rest there, ebh
"When we ie down, you see, the
heart's action become slowe--slower
by tea stroke a. minute. Thu In an
hour 00 stro are an ved aa4 tn nin
hourm 500 strokes. ach etke pumps
silx ounces of blood. -m tiereore in
nine bors the hert is moved the labor
of pumping 82400 aomne
"The heart oftt requin a a lc't."-
Phlladelphia Bulletin. .

3ma ate Eealsw ot ~oteas.
A lecturer recently tall of a Iialsan
be saw some yeF ag e iManchwrtla
whoe methods -of acmebteag results
were not accordib to the 4 al code.
The Russlan d- a u well his front
yard which he concluded to wll up.
e bega dlggite a hole twhe sid
of the well, throrlag tl dirt tfnm the
new excarvatbm4-th4, wl.
"In the co rw ft- atid the
p@er. "thie eOld M w M led. but
there was a hd ale- MW big as
the to The Te wesmt farther
away M1 ddg aster-h-beb o Si the
mai Be cufltiA ipNatm S e
eT ame ret M i e to Mt l
S.. .- "

Seward also did his best. But he mado
little or no efort to escape. If he had
failed as an emperor he could at least
face disaster with the courage and the
dignity of a right princely nature. Be-
trayed by the infamous Lopez, tried
before a court martial of boys and or-
dered to be shot, he spent his last days
in the discharge of all the obligations
of friendship and courtesy. A false
report of the death of Carlotta being
brought to himbl prison he said sim-
ply, "One leks t to bind me to the
world!" Led forth to his execution
and told to stand between two of his
generals who were likewise cppdemn-
ed, be surrendered the pla 'f honor
to General tramon in recognition of
his courage.. The rattle of the man
kets marked 'perape the end of all
monarchy in the new world. But th
bitterest critic of democracy could
scarcely desire a gentler figure than
Maximilian's to stand before the eyes
of Americans as the last representative
of aristocracy and of kingship on this
6ontinentL-*A In Garrott In Atlan-
amst newderlus.
A city girl writes, "It is a food
dream of mine to become a farmer's
wife and meander with him down life's
Ah, yes, that Is a nice thing! But
when your husband meanders off and
leaves you without wood and you have
to meander up and down the lane pull-
Ing splinters off the fence to cook din-
ner, and when you meander along In
the wet gras in search of the cows till
your shoes are the color of rawhide'
and your stocking soaked, and when
you meander out across twenty acres
of plowed ground with a club to drive
the bog out of the cornfield and tear
your dres on the barb wire fence,
when you meander back home to the
bose, ad that the billy goat has
batted the stan' out of your child
and ond the old hen, with forty chick-
ens, In the parlor, you'll put your
bands on your hips and realise that
meandering Is not what It is cracked
up to be.-Osborne (Kan.) News.
Ie "rWate.
Sea water is a complicated mixture
of a great variety of mubstancesj
Roughly speaking, it consists of 96%
per cent of freh water plus 8% per
cent of mineral salt. Three-fourths of
theme alts are chloride of sodium, or
common table salt, and the next largest
contltuent is chloride of magnesium.
After thee come oslphate of magne-
sium, sulphate of lime, sulphate of pot-
ash, bromide of magnesium and carbo-
tate of lime. In addition to these sub-
stances ma water contains minute
quantities of quite a variety of ele
ments including Iodine, phosphorus
and arsele. It also contains some sil-
ver, copper, inc, nickel cobalt, ron
and gold. There Is said to be 2 cents'
worth of gold In every pilful of sea
water, but as yet nobody bas found a
way to extract it. Copper and ae are
found in some seaweeds, and certain
speles of coral is three-millonthe sll-
Stonewall Jleas.s atele.O
Stonewall Jackson's negro body serve
ant knew before anybody else when i
battle was imminent "The genera
tels you. I suppose," said ne of th,
soldiers. "Lawd, no, sir! De gln'ra
nuvver tell me nothing I obsarvates d(
'testion of de gIn'ral dis way: Cose h.
prays jest like we all morni' an' night
but wbh he gl p twe, three time h.
a alibt to pIay dea I rabs my em am
gits up, too, an' packs de haversac:
ca'a I done te nt da re's swit to b
oM boy to pay ht away."o-Froi
M, IRoger A. Prayer's "*IWteeien. -
CMs' 1

WM. H. KNOWLES, PresldeaL
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.

W. K. HYER. JR. V.-Pre. and Cash
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashir.



of Penseol, IMrl.

DIRECTORS, F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, WIm H. Knowles

W. K. Hyer, Jr., X G. Brent.


We draw our own Illsl of E
change on Great Britain, Ireland,
wwIoay, Franc, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Rusia,
torway, Sweden, Denmark, aA d
other European countries

Vesaso disburse upon the Meot
I Favorable Termw, a their eW
:ati.0 taken Payabe at ort f
S,, tl"ano Ten Days After Vw-
eilI Arrives theMe.

Safety Deposit Bxtes For Rta, i Connection with which we
have a Private Department fo the use of Renterf

*avnlgs Depar tment-lntrest Pd oan De-
posits at Rate of 4 per omt per Annum,

B. HUIrN OGUN, PaaiawS. 'T. WL WrVsU VAe-Saw.

Citizens Natlonal Bank,
ofrr om r les, r .
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R. M. CARY; VIo-Presdent.
Directors-L. J. R'evee, J. S Roe, W. DeC. Kesler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte, A. Jenning.

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Brenau CollegeConservator, Galesville. Ga. Pull oomars to Iltera.
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beautifully furnished, everything new; splendid new piaosm. DeUllt-
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Classical School.

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Boys and Girls.

"One of the very best secondary
schools in the South."-Prof. Walter
Miller, Tuiane University.
The Sixth Annual Session will be-
rin September 18, 1905.
The Pensacola Classical Sehool fur.
ashes the elements of a sound ed%
It offers every advantage for prepa-
ration for the best colleges, universl-
ties and scientific schools in the coun-
Its instructors are thoroughly equip-
ped teachers in the departments of
work in which they Instruct.
The pppils received are limited to
such a number as will insure a care
ful supervision of the workorf each.
The Individual is the unlt of instruct
Student Labatories for students of
A large, well-equipped gymnasium
mnd a systematic course in physical
culturee Insures a healthy growth of
he body to accompany and strength'I
he mental development.
Why send your son or daughter
tway to college before properly pro.
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advantage for learning and aore per-
monal attention are offered hres at
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address 4

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day of each moth at 7:30 p. a. A
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CleanlnRess THE wS l I OEW .,

z r u w Is a little ting, but th e and
^ ^ "" """ -- --- Usi"I/ that you pot up with U when it i
WILL BE SELECT ROM AOG o a "h tried eve
ID'Alembet Ca ^wvnt e
& LEAVE AT AN EARLY DATE FOR and calloses. It lees a new, s
NEW YORK TO 00 ON THE W WW W Theres ofease n "an s a. gd
If you know much about breweries you will be j lhes Th, Your money back f it doet
surprised and pleawld with the eleanlinep of e C_ o and Will a bttle anso
l oasI ofl Ik e cr w to manthe dr6 ge Ca o ucus,
ours. We take every precaution which I which was recently ompletd W. Dr P'AL
gbemc science and conscientious brewing have visited It paort a few we" s
ever devised to prevent infection of our In n th vessel will. ""b c "mpmosed f. pt Oh r rece'ntly Captain
e about thirty-Ave or forty men, and of Rone, who while here expressed a
this number fully twothird, will desie to visk the Portland world's
AMERICAN TorN der tJt i o so a dMatter a
ra g of.fth cruater the New York H t uer-n-ur a
bought from New York lid of recent date contained the fol- = he turnture and Pu
Captain J. Turtle is selecting the lowing article to sre om
Evr b Of cleangi a crew for the d ge a m s e "Her for the rst time since her W
tio n and is put .1Of_. ar im at his ce the dedication of Grant's t mb m fortabl
hih rtionand 1a 14 at temperatures 1i wher they wll receive I-19, the Italian cruiser Dogalian-=-i----t an- ,^i--'
structionf as to when they to pro- chOred off Thifty-fourth street in the
which make germ life an t isof a tbr We have them that a
areequally protected Every ke w e s frst lined th pitch dete around to Pesacola "colors" Captain Gregoro onca, her smooth and even, and
a rre Cwati e u is fDiust ise a dity thtchere, and commander, will give over the ship
under pressure, which leave it a pcelain, insuring purity a bee o anu e of t. It to Chavellier Ocr Captain uglie-
and the total preservation of Us rich, rare flavor. American s an pated that the Ps o Cpon a who arrived a *- M A R S TO
\ +1 .... -- .-he.oarrived a few J #7.A
a h tcwill leave here during the C0 8 days since on the Bicillia from Naples. : R! u a
Quecu will od mw ke e bipsa. It stet0ighe~s the nerves week and that it will then be only a Captain Ronca returns to Italy to as- Z o
and body with pure, natural vegetable food, easy to digest short time before the dredge will *l e arge of battleshipS. Palafo St. P
\Keep it in yr ho nd = for t ae o c m lf rom New York to Pensacol. "The formal transfer will illllfllliMe madel
Keep it it yourfou A e .u I~i.. II .l a .eei, with the entire "erew and offers, 250
"I owe my whole life to Burdock in number, drawn up at attention, and
AOfE B[ E E WUIR mI0o" M_ j (i af Blood Bitters. Scrofulous sores cover- In the name of the King of Italy those
AC E Eed my body. I seemed beyond cure. on board will be presented to their
cost'B. B. B. has made me a perfectly well new commander.
N a man. Mrs. Charles Hutton, Ver. "Since leaving Naples In May of
womno fts Chale Hasttona ville, Mich last year the Dogall has cruised In Vi
Slu~e, Mich. West Indian waters and sailed up th'$
Amason river, 2,800 miles to Santa
It.R. OFFICIALS Fe. Peru ,the furthest point yet at-
ft R. R. OffICIALS ,i*d*by, war? .essl of a nai m y buy
by 100 miles. Many of the Italians
AGAIN HERE who had found homes in Peru saw th b
flying frnw the mast head of the 9
cruiser the first 4talian flag they had
INSPECTED THE P. & A. DIVISION, ever hbehld In that country. Back to
the West Indles the Dogalt steamed Go Coffee is es-
MAKING THE TRIP TO ANO and then visited .New Orleans, Pensa-
T H E C H A MaBE RJD II s Dl ON A S-no PECIAL. boaethese wer stated that the M
SVERKSUBSCRKIBEDU ONA PCIAL. cru"r was r* foreign war ship as good water.
Sto ever zncbor off the nation's capital.
ST dFrom Newport News. from which port Whe O
tO F C O M M E R C E va-ssoced The liarue palty of Seaboard Air the Dogall sailed Monday morning,
By Aociated prs Line ad Loisville *nd ashrille o- she proceeded to Ne*w York, and t is you are sure t s
l t Pait far i a P July 13.-ubecriptions in das, who spent all of Wednesday probable that the vessel will rema
Sthe ChicaodJapanese loan are vari- i Pens ola looking over the teral- ir these waters for several weeks. M
Sou sly estimated from $10,000,000 to nal facilities at this place, spent 7- 4As the cruisMr came past clover-
t15.000,000. The known amounts terday on the P. & A. Division, return- not Island yesterday the national C at
.e C hia *o were those received w the Illinais t g to the cityt lit yesterday after- salut were. red and later aides o O
S rar Cim u Trust and Merchants' Loan and Trum noon. from the navy yard and the United ,
to fCompany. The former reported ap- The party tft here yesterday morn- Status cruiser Columbia paid their WiC
-e uarmtia o f. h r At hrato. fter an thorough ,di., approximately $e y ,000 a"d the latter ing on a special and went to the l nd visits to Captahkn onca."
A lrr meeting of the Chamber tallation. After a though diss $2,00ooo.O. of the line, stopping at River Junction
Srr.merce was held at 12 o'clock: sle of the merit of such a e* While the oversubscription wa re- for a short while, when the return A household necessity. Dr. Thomas'
S rday President Stillman eac, it was ordered by motion tht Warled as larger tha that of the pre- trip was commence The ran to and ulectrie -IL Heals Burns, Catuu
yesterday, itod ptendce oa the 5 mber mainamevi. I .oa, the subscribers were 01f- from River Junction waS w40e in os- wedts Of May eat; CUreM ears throat, N
dne. andto attend the oeetm :al rU.ce Ir n rent. This time banks and banking ceptionally uikJ etle tr tha: eer W h letaa
a -bers pesent Chicago in August. bo es plredominated, while tr the To-day the party will go out over Phose 50. LAS
,e G(ordon-Brown Hardware Com- A communication was received from previous loan Individual subscriptions the Pensacola division, and It is hard- ORQ WiLL O
,anr waec elected to membership In the Gulf Res lag Co, (petroleum) of were more numerous. The banks this ly probable that the officials will re ON TE EXCURSION.stablis
-,. a ., .Port Arthur, Texas and Pittsburg, Pa., time were heavy subscrber. The turn to this city, but continue on to EXCURSION.
e oriatnzation i requesting the oral support of the bonds are selling at 91%. The stabi- L"ouisv lle. From thet o t g
A communication ras read T. Chamber of Commerce In a petition scription price for both loans was the Fro outlook the crowd to go
the Naikmonal Recriproci;\ conference of the reftiai coapsany to the nlater- Same, #T ."< AL DA O to Mobili UAnd New Orleans from this .oef
of Chit-ago. requesing the Chamber of state o e Commison, filing EARLY DIAMOND BUYING. ity atu y night will be one of
Commerce of Pensacola to name one coamplst Saigst the Illinois Central the largest ever to leave this city. TRAMSfPORT I LO T
Conference o ae held in Chicago Aug- Nashviule Raeroad'O mpany, Cincin- SNtnit MEIED eT |r ". cows. New Orleans, many of them being1N
rt 15th and dlth, prpximo. to urge nati. New Orteans and Texas Pacific R l outh Africa's e rst re ds were drawn there owing to the act that PROPEL A
'he rdonm o: iUbsTitutin in our for- Railway Company, Alabama Great pM D JU for in cowL T story is told b two of the Southern League baseball
.:r. relations the principle of recl- Southern Railroad Company and New Joseph B. Robinson, one of the wealthy teas will play it that city on Sun-
ptr*y for that of exclusion and re- Orleans and Northwestern Railroad OplAnnrs of that country. In 1879 he W.
-t Company, for disedlaflatn in freight By Assiated Pr-. gave shW t oxen and a wagon leaded CHINESE IN HONOLULU RAISING
Lauisiana tol l fromt a Meridian, July 13.-The grand jury with sugar and tobacco to a native to i FUNDS _OR BOYOTT OF
CLao S iLoui, Cpncinnat i anti ti-day returned indictments agalnt exchange for a twenty-three carnt ue FNSO!OCT O
Louisville. AU do the aove natme the sherirs office on complatit of the gem. "lHe news spread like wildfire AMERICAN 00DS.
DON T rg-nerf h Standard, ilofe togienrat and Saldier --
Taep thli.e rate .... law ofwhlhyarko a.N oven. set all the natives who came to work .s- Honolulu. July 18.-The transport
TE have fxed a prohibitive rate on p ..........'* to seek for diamonds on oo e side of the ro ttt -u fIto Warren whleh arrived to-day from
troleum and Its products from the Vaal river, and I brought up my own W Manila, leer part of her propeller at
-and that from Chieto *St centers. NATURE SPARES fifty men to hunt for diamonds among sea. She will be repaired here, caus-
Su iand that froa Chicagnn St. Louthe T the bushes and scrub on the other side iJ tag a delay of one week.
I-- O J I Jouisville aond CJciana to the Tex --- of the stream I had bought the land e mLocal Chinese are trying to raise a
Ias-Louisaana distribuOig centers- The Stricken Rose From Grief. o both sides of the river, so that fund of $50,000 to aesist in the boycott
New Ores ad Port Arthr-rates oboth eotheof American goods in China. It is re
approximately 5 per eent t nort- What a fortunate provisioo of na- was working on my own property. ported they have already raised $30,-
IT you dona t keep cool these mn *i--Jd to ad- mental suefring; for how poIgnant having my coee I was startled by A condemnaUtion suit was brought
iay. the falt is not e5. s wth th would be its grief to discover, In the a load hullabaloolng, and, looking by the federal court to-day by United
Sae all sorts of thin ant rise the iS O tt the height of its blooming glory, that a out, I saw the whole gangof my men States Attorney Beckons to secure
:n. er- things, bought and Chamber of Clummus will eo-operasc canker fed at its heart, and that its ruhn 1 -"e StateswAttrneyaBecks o secure
-h here for your comfort. with It In securing a adstment f beay and france were doomcd atowa me In a s wild three and one-quarter acres of land
V man certainly take it cool if the freight rates complained of. forever. Nature always spares the excitement. s Walkuk i beach. The lanted fois owned by
y w il The special atcw'itee appointed at suffering; she is a veritable store- "One of them had found a diamond "a_ oMrs. A fong and Its wanted for forts
r soft. thin Shirts, our thin the last meeting to secure the re- house of pleasing rewards, for those of good sise. They all had come a nd fortifications. It in his comvalued at 28.-
I -we'a: Hosiery light- organization of one or more of the who seek her aid. In the years gone see what I would do with t. 'What plaint sets fornyth that the rapid devein his co-
eh: Hats, Ostords. and all kocal military omaalis recently di- by falling hair and grayness have cast will you give me for It? saM the opment of commerce on the Pacific

- b- h:n toggery are at your banded, reported progress a gloom over the lives of thousands under. 'I will give you ten cows, I the-- eed for protection of
S-', o Upon re-uent of the Gulf Transit of young women, but thanks to the Ia- replied and sent the man into the berd commerce as well as Honolulu is the
v..'ieve we have all the Company, that the Chamber of Con- vestigations of scientists the true to take his pick He marked tea of cause for condemnation. There are
* i:.s in summer fixt mere appoint an official inspector cause of hair destruction is now the best cows as his ow. The me .forty-aeven defendats to the uet llv.1
SL a man can ask. and weighert cattton seed eael for known to be a germ or parasite that bad never drmed of making se& a ing in various parts tf the world.i
wont prevent you export Malcol Rer was elected, burro into the hair follcles. New bargain. Ten cows for a bit of stone! among whom Rest Admiral Whiting
S:ng exactly what y4 with the understaadfg that his ser- bro's Herpleide absolutely destroy. ORathey went again and fo dia and his wife. The sue t will not be
sa vr hall be eat*4 by the this germ, thus permitting the bai. Of they went a n and found din- tom .N contested:, the price of the land having
Gulf Transit Company. to grow as nature intended. Sold by 2ods every day. Tey became lch niLe n t T ready been agreed upon. The legal
Gulfa ry low alled attention .to leading druggists. For sale by W. A. and I accumulated a good tore of IN I-siis- to paroaleady been aclea.ing
the published of Genera dr t and apot- precious accumulated a largestones. %ee the tI for the lnrpod. of r
Wh. Pay More? Cano&, teq p or ie stmps for sample to The Herplcide qanttyowe decided we would better MaD OF THANoS *
Oomislslone. owhiilt it is recom- Company, Detroit, Mich. send them to London. We made a belt i 5ne mzea asn tI AHANXS.
mended that If Privaft lines of steam- full of small pockets, In each at which semO. AS b.SorrlMe The Sisters of Mercy of Warrinnton
ablim am not es tliefwe between o9e w e placed a daond. W then belt 1 16 sa s_ Vmy Upof e M7b return thanks to ptai and Mrs.
or more of the gulf poIf ot Pensacola, was filled my partner itrded it about Of
H. e A0S N T W onWednesdayalg lpec
CASH CLOTH r oner ore of said pr, be r bed LoAndo. And it was In this J A. thanks also to Capt Oldxon
Ph 97s!tatbed that he ehas wrtt Gen ea. Br tt many good people of WTrrington ani
Photo, in297 th ada es of Pe of Watere Pensacola who ci|tibtd iwar
targlag ~er another adva tages golf WePdeawas*ing for los its success. Mrs. Ira X1u deserves
Cor. Main f Pal g se er say m oWt a the ogt We do whig for lot 0 e e. e toI..special thanks o her stirring ef-
I-.. w.ich to .I. a gternm.ent Has oft peoplhave whoteir washi lcare r m a forts to prtocre -the requisites for
T7M matter of the ppesMackig bond done by the "l4 two Dli miles, is -- id V ao the excursion.
ises for Iablic :ae ~t o s was toned" washer wo t word meaning "to sV" b ju 0 c
diseased at le a eFa y a resolu- during the hot moath& stance that a man walks before he con- IaiMeis-i OUTSTANOINO G UTY
tdim*es-a U- g eatM1- i, 4 i t was do- and when it gets cooler alders it necessary to sit down. Y NW,5 WARRAtT WFLL SE PAID.
elaed the M1e it t .Chaober o they like the arIangement pglNis n Iii If-n1mar r that oa 4a*Meas of w*v so well they coge ue. enasgas e owa. KI- Ip Pensacola, l., July 13, .05.
mbers af the mInn to i- and there ye- ar-- *-ow are you getting on with rw M All dtstandig warra st
chole the pisss t se" secretary, .wi ftg for the I m ..p IBp?" tbW M r WSH the fine and forteltjrt ftnd of
aMOM bea"t4i p vprte wiut aar S a *Jt @g a *- o r t e I dleal Department,- V. via county, reotre up to date wui
Ithe clov e U I Up of or e T back as a H b as I sed them." D. aig or fra con. be paid on proeseta ho
S&U a"a A. -ia. the band Issue- sIit --a. -" a ad b ih~ wa

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ed, 1874.

In Bscambia County Circuit Courtw
State of Florida. Jn Chancery. T. iL.
Adams vs. Annie V. Adams. Bill to
Divorce. On Monday, the seventh day
of August, A. D., 1905, the defendant,
Annie V. Adams, Is required to appear
to the bill filed against her herein,
This order to be published once eac!
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper
published in said Escambia County.
A. M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court.
By L. G. Aymard, tD. C. Pensacola,
Fla., June 29, 1905. 30Juneoaw4w
In Escambia County Circuit Court.
State of Florida. In Chancery. Lillile
Payne vs. Harley Payne. Bill for Di-
vorce. On Monday the s-eventh day of
August, A. D., 1905, the defendant,
Harley Payne, is required to appear
to the bill filed against him herein.
This order to be published 6nce each
week for four consecutive weeks in
the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper
published in said Escambla county.
A. M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court.
By L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pensacola,
Fla., June 29, 1905. 30Juneosw4w
Notice of application tor permit t.
sell liquors, wine and beer. Whereas,
Vidal & Smith have filed with t'o.
Board of County Commissioners for:
escambia County, Florida, their aplWl
cation for permit to sell Liquors,
Wines and Beer 4n Election District
No. 13 of said Couny and State; say
citizen of such election district may
show cause, if any there be, at the
meeting of the Board to be held oa
Tuesday, the 8tday t thay of Aujust, next
why such permit should not be sr1 .
ed. A. M. McMillan, Clerk vC tft
Board of County Commissioner*, a-
cambia County, Florida. .lyl4OwW4
The ordinances of the City of Pu .
sacola makes it unlawful for any m
to drive over the streets of the ft:.
with a loaded wagon or other vehble.*
with tires less than 2% laches
widthM or with axles which are b=t
so as not to present the fiat surfge
of the tire to the ground.
In conformity to a resolution of t J
Board of Public Works, all ofseani
will be punished after August ft.
B. 8. BERNARD, May '
Clerk. JLfosi ,

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discomfort of It are great. StrnUg
s so asy to get rid oC.
rything." You haven't tried D'AIlm
there would be no corn to trabua
cures bar and soft corns, bunlOP,
oft, smooth skin, insuring you a rw-
" as D'AkeMbetto' Corn Solvet.
o all we claim tor It We make it
s into it possible. Twenty-Afve eots

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PA NA There was a pretty double wedding
Wednesday evening at the residence
-- A of Mr. and Mrs. Lewisa, 129 West In-
tendencla, when their son Mr. William
*H A TS T. Lewis and Miss Uzzie N. Jones.
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND and Mr. Wlliam A. Langley and Miss
BLOCKED, at the Agnes Powell were united in mar-
O@LDE RULE MIL Rev. George W. Carpenter, pastor
L INt rwI ARY1 A O o the Pensacola City Mision off-
R PARL R ciated In the presence of the families
2 W. Government t. and a very few witaeses, at half after
Many Crieods will asite in wishing
the happy quartette a long and pros-
perous married life.
Miss Anna Bossco, of this city is
at Asbury (Prk registered at Hotel
Passaic. Miss Rosasco is wLh Mrs.
Douglas A. Lavien and her daughter
Mi s Camille, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Douglas lavten is a daughter
of Mr. I & Bronum a former well
known Penscollan who, before the
war owned extenive interests in the
milling business at Bagdad, Fla.
Mrs. W. Rosaeco's father and Mr.
L. S. BroNum were brothers, her Ia-
ther being of ordinary sise while Mr.
L a. Broanm was a very large, hand-
some man et very fine physique, an
it's a simple thing to secure was known as "Big Br num," while
his brother was known as "little Bro-
good values and feet comfort num," as many of the old residents
without eacrtfcing style. We will recall with Interest.
place at your disposal a ol. NEW "WANTS" IN THE NAVY.
We copy, says the Army and Navy
election of footwear that will Register, frm the page of "The Lib-
suit all tastes and pase all erty Bell Magazine" for June. to be
... published monthly on board the U. S.
iS. Benensylvanla the following great
Lost-A solid steel hammock ring
Full description furnished. This of
Lost-A grating from 1st sailing
launch. iiladelphia papers please
$&O Ladles' Vi Kid Welt A copy. Reward. CoxswaiJn.
Oxfords for ....... .. .. se Lost-A few games of pedro, in the
vicinity of the bridge. Finder please
$3.5 0 Lades' Tan Kid Welt return. to ship's writer's office.
Ofords for ............ Fo9U und-A monkey4-st in hammock
lashing. Reward for the Joker. A. H.
_, Wanted-A ood cook, either gen-
W.50 L dies' Light and $1 der, to take the place of the boss while
eavy Oxfords for ...... on liberty. Come prepared to work a
week. X. Y. Z., gun deck.
S."Misses' Pat Kid Ox- $1 5 Wanted-A strong handsome young
ords for .............. $ 3 man, not too stout, to work off extra
duty by proxy. B. P.
Wanted-A gentle, good-natured
S ys' Tan Cal n An barber shop, that will stand without
S(a lOrds for ....... *s hitching.
Wanted-A man who has traveled
with a circui, to Juggle dish-rag and
T'1SE ARE ONLY A broom. Apply Nott Alley.
Wanted-Good messmate, willing to
FEW OF MANY VAL- do four ffths of the work and receive
one-fifth of the money. 8. gun deck.'
UN O 1rrbSLD. Wanted-A few more rudders to re-
pair. Chips, Kruger Court.
Wanted-Any sort of automatic a6e -
vice that willlash up a hammock.
-- Address Rookie.
M Ti ae aI m I Wanted--Some new victims for the
V signal squadL Other ships' papers
ETo ft wiWanted-A Person who understands
Spanish and DAglish thoroughly, to
teach rglsh to a "spigety" bird.
Mr. and Mrs I& A. Blbsr and child
after lting Mr. nd Mrs. J. L.

31ms Iois eeLte left yesterday
to sperd a few des wtth Mrs. Frank

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Beantiola ti the only harmless prepart-
ton that .aplet ly obitertes ALL
faael bl mishes traces of earn. worry, iU-
w a mou. Arfe. r a few apples-
to lsot Kota. tf o rap
falls Kike a& m=nUefom 4"1e tso.
levying the skin soft. r and vIlw
not a wrtieke or blemisb f l. e
ola is endorsed by th edi al-Iraternit.
Chemist and Expert rDermasoigst. It
bax made facide. buto e b asU tlrladts
as yeothtl at forty and fifty as thy were
at twetyr also aed by wsn wi4 tshe mBa
wonderful reslts. Biaul O rmoes the
worst ease of BaowN, L oUV SePo,
TIOxs. o ta eY ox
QGUAAmIr zD. i
For sale by leading dysmist or so&
direct to
Dept. St. Lout.
Beau tioa tpoL mailed frea pou ryqa




Drop in for dinner ber~se.1 re*:
it is perfectly cool ad plse t.

The Best Fd Most
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s._T Tc. wmtd.,( tad Ttrykw ella od l
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The sa ameeet thb made
me the e umet of Miss JOulia

Mie Whe~er is the lovely daughter
Tt GeWee al Jem pM W pWler and ti
well known throughout the north and
*cThe m barrage will be solemnIsed on
July 2P.
SMr. Harrts ta prive secretary to
Senator lay and spends each winter
in Washingste City. He is a man of
trength of character and business
well known the soug tth eanorth nds
The announcement is of interest to
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Il Wdoc*stord er, rto Na 5 In the appeal or aid for the Wo-
M i St mno a n mo'di a~ man's Home. published in Thursday
I aileakd to help a m p. morning's Journal, thoe who wish to
Ird imad ed IL l.u eh oi, contribute to the Home's needs, were
uSj id~ , -- referred to Mrs. LAura Tornton first
sh-a pains, end I w ss o I
'ke p un As aest ~ 'ice-president, Mrs. T. V. Kessler,
dM tiAowrlt~ yaMlI.dla.Pl. Mrs. Frank Marston and Mrs. "Helen"
W V s t mOmiBpo md, I am o Lewis. The last name was a mistake.
id ~I dd., fiaor afbowlB yoea Ist should have been Mrs. "Andrew"
s,-M, 7Y 0 o y mosu osr a Lewis who resides at 1102 Hat Gads-
lIT: d =b par thla. Had nt den. Phoe 286.
Sior I wouolbe t m i wvetoday. Both ladies are full of good deeds
SI l. b-& that this lrar w bad and interested in elI good tbings but
6ymgt wWO WSIs '**J to in this intance Mra> "Andrew" Lewis
y a e. hr i a ds is this moth takun er tunt-es all
When women are troubled with r- the ladies of the board of asmanage
wrgular or pinfl menstreation, weak- o each month-s "housekeeper" for
eas, leoeorrhaa, displaeent or ul- the Woman's Home, therefore thoee
eratioa of the womb,that beariin who wish to aid should be referred to
iow feeling, "t-"unnr"-aof the ova- her.
vies, backaohe, fahalenes gea der
aity, Indigstio a rro" M im ar- BOX SOCIAL POR
.-*o. they should remmertb here is
one tried and true remedy. Lydia 1, MUC00WEE MWWON.
PkhaLm's VegetableCompoeadateoee The box social given at the resi-
Ssemoves sch troubles. dence of Miss Idell Drerett for the
Woodherfemalemediemeinotheworld benefit of Muscegee Wharf Mission
as raeelved such wieread d un- Wednesday night, was quite a success
qled endorsement. Reft e all aub- social and financial.
ttabtes. After the boxes had been sold and
Mr PinkhLam invites all ekwomea the dieUcous contents enjoyed in the
Io write her for advice. Shelhamsided dining roota enjoyable games were in-
tbousadm to helth. Addrea. 4 dulged until near eleven o'clock.

The Journal's Daily

proved to udertakea e. J3mpw- to
SLtgoter. Id., to v*,ai uttu how
Lg8 the ehoie wtUl bem a t her alth.
If it does, she will rmwiS away i atb
four month visiting t other poWtOt
north as she improvr.
Mrs. John A. Van Pet and clean
returned lst evening h m Lt Depait
Ala., where e was called by thea inl
neas and death of her ister Mrs. Kte
Carr. During her absence Mr. Van
Pelt removed from *sut Hill to the
corner of Spring and Wright where
they are now resaing.
Mrs. Frank Stevea and daughter
Marguerite of Bagdad left yesterday
for home after a delightful visit with
Mrs. H. H. Boyer at "Dew Drop Int,"
on Bayou Texar. Mrs. Boyer accom-
panied her guests to town returning
to camp last evening accompanied by
little Miss Alberta Cromer on a visit
to Miss Lucile.
Miss Dora Weber will leave to-mor-
row on a short visit to friends in Mo-
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kramer who has been quite ill
for several days is much better.
I've toiled with the men the world has
And I've toiled with the men who
i've toled with the men who trove
with zest,
And I've toiled with the men who
And this is the tale my soul would tell,
As it drits o'er the harbor bar,
The sound of a sigh don't carry well,
But the Hit of a laugh rings tar.
The men who were near the grumbler's
0 they heard not a word he said;,
The sound of a song rang far and
And they hearkened to that instead.
Its tones were sweet.i the tales they
tell -.
Of the rise of the' Christma starv-
The sound of a sigh don't carry weU,
But the lilt of a lagr Pg utar.
If you would be heard at all, my lad,
Keep a laugh in your heart and
For those who are deaf to accents sd
Are alert to the cbeerftd note.
Keep hold on the note ef daughters
Keep aloof from the mon that mar;
The sound of a sigh dp't carry .well,
But the lilt of a laugh ningu (ar.
-Strickland W. GiUiam, in Seccess.

The most fastidlou are dettigi
with Bide Ribbon Lenod ad Vailla
aEtracta. Ask your g er for Blue
Ribbon Lemon and Vanla. Takes
less. Flavors perfectly.

Luh to Coach Yale,
New Haven, Conn., July 12.-Wil-
liam L. Luh, of the Clev md Amerl-
can League Baseball team, who 'coach-
ed Yale's champion bswefll,nlne this
ear, has signed a contract to oac h at
Yale for thtee years.
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All Facial

In One

A Card.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your Cough or Cold. It stops the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents
serious results from a cold. Cures la
Grippe cough and prevents pneumonia
and consumption. Contains no opiates.
The genuine is in a yellow package. Re-
use substitutes. W. A. D'Alemberte,
Druggist and Apothecary, 121 S. Pala-



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Bl- Sb.r isU.-RW locaiftt ha
blkwsed with copious shlOerG5
lately and pw Vthe cry goea p "too
-pAch fa tr pulling ad curing foO-
der." .Thm it is the average of man-
kindl always wants a little more or a
lrti leso of what the Lord in Ms
nfinite wlidom desires to give. Just
think of what it would be if man
h~d the power to make the weather.
What a mixture of it he would make.
As for me I am inclined to be a fatal-
is vay much bfe the bt iat and belive what is to be will be;
in o a ee Itds entyad and therefore borrow no trouble, but
pio~ke depends nte t the good and the bad Jst as t
pon the ca bestowed pn me without any kick. The first
should have t ederest c I appreciate and enjoy; the last I an-
They should bte strareed not help, so I don't fret, but take the
and a iuety. hey sodwhouIld h eat world al I aod It.
plenty of good nourishing food Mr. Blanch Roller, of Est Bay,
andtakegentlexercises This after spending a week pleasantly with
will go a long waytowardprerv- her uncle, A. J. Busby, and family,
Irg their health and their beauty returned home last Monday.
as well as that of the little one to Married: By the Rev. W. A. Shelby
ca e. But to be absolutely sure at his residence in Beulah at 6 p. m.
of a short and painless labor they July 6th, Miss Laura Bishop and Mr.
should use Noah Bishop, both of Baldwin county,
Ala. We congratulate the young
5VlflthBef, U couple and wish them all possible
Mr. Alex. Waters has returned to
d work at Seminole. He requests me
Fooft nd 'to correct a story that some one has
started to. the effect thit he had made
Trulrlduring the months off t-ta- threats to kill Mr. John Hirst, Jr., if
toU .Tnisisa smple nTlnime which he ever caught him in company with
isto bt alied e ato telly. giver his daughter. The story. he says, is
preventsallofthe dieomforts of pr- false and made out of whole cloth.
nasncy, which women use to fhin
wsery abirel nep. Wlen He says he did not know they were
Mother's Pried is nd thnm is no keeping company until after they
dagrwhatever. were married
Get Mother', &red at the were married.
stoe,*Ipeb IMr. Caldwell gave a very interest-
nl UrJ tS E.Titr Cr Ing lecture at the M. R. Church here'
ATLANTA. A. July 6th. It was well received and
wrt t atrotM-~MknkiTn- r appreciated, but the collection was
very small for foreign missions.
Mrs. Tom Irvin of Biloxi, Miss, is
here on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Bllsa
Grandma Ray, of Bayou Moccasin,
L CKLRI W Vis here for a short visit with her
daughters, Mrs. A. J. Busby and Mrs
John Hirst, Jr.
Special to The Journal. Mrs. Alex Waters and her daughter,
Crestiew, July 18.-Mr. Warren, Mrs. John Hlrst, Jr., are shopping in
silroad supervisor, was up from De the city to-day.
unllrak Tuesdayv

-aged in charred oak.

low old whiskey.

A ripe, mcl-

To get it

Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,
S40- Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St., 2
SPensacola, Fla.




Modern Drug Store
The place where modern ideas origi-
nate. The Drug Store with a name to
make and which is making it fast.
When you want

QGood. XxPure Druxrzga

at the very lowest prices, and also
all the toilet articles that you are like
ly to need, ring phone 100.



The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery

Goodness nows the Goodness Shows

In l omr 0ow shoes for sammer gear.
Like usual, our reputation for the past nine years tells
you we stand bhd eh eery sale.

No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us

TliulC DIftOTail tuai ArM SW.

Phmoe 690.

17 S& Padox Street Paacola

.DepotLoan Office,

U tpuoy to Loan,
Money to Loan


All of the new cuts in corsets wre
rsostracted wt hiher bust, smaller
iltUlne, and with the bIps ca.efuRl

taMi and the Jiaretees are attache
t hb" sidee ot the frot eat d te
J.b. eS. ti ~bt th t e S
+ .

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'on Ey, Dsmomds,
B Watches, and valuables
W of all kinds.
Unredeemed pledges always for sae at bargain price
Choice Line Cut Glass.
Watches and clocks repaired and work delivered whbe prom
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our bmiaes-
in which to keep all valuables.
Office, 10 E. Wright, in Brlggs Hous.
Phone 1127.

down ad assist in lengthening the
,,MO ammte, breoade. cotle
88(4 i r a- nmor the feo
*eawest u1 *howi the boning do.e
tf t Ums rthr than the
haw -

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35c PER JAR.
RUSSIAN CAVIAR, 25, 45 and 85c.


- Beqads.. T.B~r D. ATu.

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under conditions

1 COahn & Co,.

The Soe that Feeds
t7e anf d 480 the People.

son PhosS,
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Dr. J. M. Craig passed through
town enroute to Peasaeola Tuesday.
Mr. R. EL Kelly, night operator, left
for Sneads Friday, where he goes .to
assume the position of railroad agent.
Mr. Nobles, of McDavid, takes Mr.
Kelley's place as night operator.
Quite a crowd attended the picnic
and fish fry at Wilkinson Bluff on
Yellow River Monday. All report a
very wet time as it rained all day.
Mr. Neel has been very sick and
fever for the last few days, but is im-
proving and will soon be up again. J
Mr. Neel has been very sicq and
unable to attend his duties for several
days, but is again At the depot lor
business. "-..
Your correspondent .-visted the
peach farm of Dr. Trammel this week,'
and what this section holds for the
investor in this line is clearly shown
in this feld of peaches. It is located
about 2 miles south -!' Florala on the
Yellow Riter RaTWAy and-contains
about forty acres,4 25 of which are
bearing and from which he will ship
6 cars of as fine lberta peaches as
were ever grown. At least one-third
are rejected on account of being to-
ripe and unsafe to satp: These cars
will run about 5bf c 50es to the car
and net the shlppdr $1.50 per crate
when loaded. They all go to Chicago
In iced cars and should reach there
In fne shape and bring fancy prices
on the market. The entire crop has
been taken by Wayne & Law, of Ch-
There are several thousand acres
of Just such land in this section that
could be profltalbly planted to this
erop and in two years from planting I
would be yielding a handsome profit.
We learn that *veral parties dre
contemplating planting anywhere i
from 10 to 50 acres each the coming I
season. I

Ea-- ~- -*- __Bas
Special to The Journal.
Olive, July 13.-Crops are doing fine
now. We are having plenty of rain
and nearly everybody is busy plant-
ing sweet potatoes. There will be a
good many raised this rear.
Miss Mabel Johnson Is the guest of
Miss Harriet Beal tnis week.
Mr. R. M. Merritt made a business
trip to Penascola to-day.
Mr. D. M. M4erritt will have a tele-
phone installed in his store at Olive
in a few days.
Quite a crowd of young folks gave
a surprise party last night to Mr. 9.
T. Creigbtons and those in the crowd
were Misses Lavetus, Maudie and
Claudie Jernigan, Miss Lizzie Merritt.
Miss Mabel Johnson, Miss Harriet
Beal, Mr. R. M. Merrittt Mr. Taylor
Majors and Mr. Sherman Majors. All
enjoyed themselves greatly.
There will be a picnic at Escam-
bia station on the bay Saturday.
Sunday is out regular service day.
There will beopreahing at the Olive
Baptist Church at 10 a. m. and 7:30
p. m.

Pei, nentedi


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absolute cleanliness and

temperatures-redistilled in copper

in perfect


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i' -7

The Men With

Business Foresight

are inviting heaiy in Penasola real estate. hy?
Bccae d her natural advantage which is pb dng her
in the place first inmposrtace of al the gul cites. As
an all-the-year'round dclme it is ueCe., amd has
the finest water in Amcrica

Ask Us For Particulars.

Pensacola Investment Co.
&a- w Mmu6 atMb


L L UMbrNgwSrskq.
=mana Ifim06 .

215 South Palasft Stree, Po-e-eel, Flteda.


. AN'TED--Man with 5200.00 or les
o z;ar: light manufacturing bsi-
No cxpcrlence required; proia-s
ih; to t -n dollars per day. Ad-
..1 S. Care this ofec. lhlyiw
V A.;, -A (;
n:,: :,- sma!i family. Apply Orate
;1. ue and 1Rh street. W93 l
W\ A rfL).-AUy girl in need o trend-
tLip. help. advit, etc.. will Sa
a..: id willing assststae by ap-
*:;, *n the Matron of the Salvation
Artrv Rescue Hom, 33rd t. aod e-
r :. E Birmingham, Ala. dh.

WA ,TED.-The Mereheats TramoI
(C, 6ats your moving and Maang.
:: ,r.akage guaranteed. T. B. Tbor
,r Prop. Phoe 9 78. 8Liela.

WANTED.--A IMUt eoad ha4d dstU.
-: b cheap for cas*. AI.idJre 11,
.:a' JournaL 16Juneiw.

.sa res AmeeYSea
S State price.
(ct Journal.

for cash, a few
National Bank
Address J. L. J,
Ilagadm* _

WANTED-TY r electric wak o aB
k:nis. Let us clean your faas, re
;a:- your dynamo, do your Witg. eto.
it. ne 570. Pensacola Wectric Co.,
corner Intaendc and Baylen streets.


WANTED-~esrk f4 -eaal store'
near Pen olaN Must bee active and
thormhly emperenced. Address "Bu-
perttendest." Care Journal. 12ly3t

YOUN O MUN-Owr illuersd cata-
ue epalns how w teach barber
trade It few weeks, maied tree. Moler
Barber Ooleg, NIew Orienm IA.
WANTD).-Agets In different coon-
ties in Florid to handle Alpine Sale
and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo
Saftes and Vault Fixturs of every
descriptive. White me for terms.
carrtt Moreo, PesaMola, Fla, For.
Ia. State Agent. M ne.

LNWr.--Two good anvssers
Wanted; will py straight salary to
Right men. AddtiY s 4 Journal
i. tIjuae.

Any intelligent pean may earn a
good iaome arreipmdI g for news-
pea;s; ao eaavemtg; ixpertene
seeooary. Sed for particulars.
Northern Pres 8rndteat Lockport
N. Y. lajunegm

r---. --e
A OOOD 0 eeR haad isaboat boll-
er, only used two mouths. Apply to
The J. J. McCaskill Go, Freeport, Fla.

, MORASSO & CO. received another
shipment of imported pure olive oil, *OR BSAI -pas better, cream,
to be relied in gallons, half gallons sweet milk, and buttermilk, de-
anG quarts. llvered at any thee of day. No. 405
E. Bela. t atres. PbW e T07. fJlylm*
WANTED-The people of Pefisacola W-, I Ar-s -e---a-, ea-sh 7 gls,
to cease worrying. Let The JoraIi -m sO erwet Loa Ema Wll es'.
Want Ads solve the problem tfore yo. cah or or. e A Tesl barta. Can
They are expe-: detectives, and canbe S a ao ra -Ma T -o-a's Ca
.ad the man you are looking tor It be- b
L e is included in the 25,000 or 30,4 00 O TO J Oit aeV a r el lma L
;people which makes the populatoaa o( Ca ma leae d a nadtree
!ensacoia. e E Me ams a se6t M bo

three or toar miOm of PeeOoota
fv. acre good farming land; also 1.
&~T-s good farming land. Must be
'eap Tho Pe. Peb Romans ada
I r.;o streets, Phone 559. 22apr

.aa G w lm amu a ma&

supply yot with stoe wood, block,
oak woo, et weed. e kmot, or
kindmltn. Ri4A phone 10. C. H.
WUllam. prMWI., or. St. ad

vANTD--PHaullang and traansr Jackam. Smayla
s rk Olce phone 363. Residence FOR SAL.-Ten H. P. boiler and ea
o% 3. Acosta & White, 2t u gae ta pod i -g oofittoa0. Oa
Tarragova. 25amh be seen at Pesacola Iron Works &
W ArlT --O U aI The Jr. @ Supply O aas. Aly PWlErW Steam
pciaul Pensacol and Pa-ama Caual Bakery. ltjune
Edtiton. wh wih aWill ertL aprp., fe a F-Ii L-- corsMr
WL: cotal half-tome pictures of city. g K a so tooass Patax. let OX
La-bor and speiaM ecea 16 ctar UA eT 1Cs in aatl-e 4s.
Leave odors at Joual orce. aads qufied O Clqte Co.
WA OaUwd-ha"e C Cer, et Je
an. cotton eed meal sacka. Out a FOR Y D, A .-- a- m orida Btate Agent
town shipmeOts i exalted Write s ,for lire ad Brfer Proo Sates and
F E Meliea & Co. t irel Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions
A R .B.GA. wanty iwmv manufactured by Alpine afe sai
aR Lock et ObewItt\ Ohio.
at Laullag. He gUaIoa @s all h h Iock CJ y onoCes and
SP aone M. Communicate with we or prices and
V P-one terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
A\ i. --xpection and tallymng of ritt Moreno, penao, Fla.F
F. R Goulding, 560 souts 28June.
, Phone 4 ResidemOce
S" 23unselm BAILBa-ITMIoot sl oop rigged
"-.sklit, 8 foot beam, carries 75 yards
BCoN AND F7RX-ITURI IN canvass. I aE sod editlLes. A bar
Sto. .L JewS r s d Ay sam Waddell romo 2, 8S Pals-
*-fit artcpay S' ,1 1 1 -U
or L AdTdree P. 0 Baa -. (Air.


-- -,L ,L nwmm- NO
peeqat ad yeor bale W
9",e careful atteutla na d Wl
so& 4 Co.
.:" Hi-.AL contractng paaiters
ILat '.Pators. Ftle varalshlag
a.. : ..s~.l; 8~gn paaittag a ape-
a Re P.:dnce phone 24. ITay.
S:'-uggis;, 3G years old
:a' ", : store fjr doctor, de-
: Would buy small
.. kind. Best reference.
1 Horse Creek, Ala.

WALN -Young ly
,:'n as Ptenographer,'
*: c'*) or country town. COrS
S od in fiures. Rest mS
.care JouraL 4bl*
r ****


" anama at. "eraf tow'
S.::le Bayou. P r rewoa. rw
M. Blount. :2 East lVLt.I

Scow. with a defective bor
:ur return to liSe N. Da W
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OR SarA C TtnWng Wind- We shall be glad toIoI-mundi-O
mill, tank and pu Phone 1047 or with those desiring to by or sell
apply 418 W.- Garden sreet. ith the dsi to buy or 4 pop
WIXi7TNb by exerts; results Special attention to Rents, Insur
guarateed. Fairchild and R% o e at nce, Making Loans, aad to the COole-
4ss. h mlyiM. tia of Interest.
F B liae new model-etri-ans, FOR AALL
SInstalled cheap, and on short satic
Why should you swea. Ring -room house newly papered
Phone 325 or 10. P. .I Pearl, 16.1 and painted, on Little Bayou.
N Garden street. t1lylw on car line, lot 100t140.

MoAa L-Ar sa saw srutre
s'Wor stock n d ewmafa Cte at
X8U40 IL SmM
FOR 8ALB.-Steam Auto, almost Mew
eak, part Cah or real otate -
change. Call at room 4. 7% PYabo.

SFOR SAI-The best watermelons an
the city can be found on lee at Caf*
-tlu- Cegarims', 128 &. Tantma

FaOR a.a -Two pair etra lAe
youn male, suad and in good
acadition. Also use 24tora SBtude-
Sbaker wMon.W. 8. Geral. J&
DO YOU wit to bw or sa aythit?
A Uttlo vM et Wsd to maN bde o
rsult. 't east Is too mumfISORt
t dely.

FOR SAI-Horses for sale and alio
for hire. Kentucky Stables, or. Jef.
person and Zarragomss Sta. Joe Well
Prop. 6Juaelm.
MOR SAIA.-1 -ho range, 1 out
door hot air brooder, 1 lot partrldge
Cochin Chickeas, 1 oyster shell grid-
or, SO toot Galvatled pipe and point.
Apply to J. Muller At orbes' Dry
Good Stor. l6uae.

fOR 8AI--A small lboat. A
staunch and sate boat in any weath-
er. Address P. X. Journal Ofee.

OrICKEN WbAT pr asduoes a
Makes towis ef p alay weaS Savered.
o cI --d-to L--L .
Mern ft Co o 4 tl t


FOR RENT-Twelve-room dwelling
Corner Hayne and Wrght. Suitable
for boarding house. Apply W. & OGa
field. 1July
FOR RUNT-New five-room cottage
i on car line, corner 1th street and
8th avenue. Inquire at Tarton's Photo
gallery. lJuly
NICH ROOM COTTA69 at head a
Bayou Chloo; known as the Swift
piace. The very place for partle
wishing to spend the balance of sam-
aer months. Apply W. B Cater, at
Oee "O e. : ylwk
FOR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable
residence on North Hill, unfurnish-
ed. Address 444, care Journal.
29June lw*

FOR RaNT.-Raidemee lately os
copied by Dr. W. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply eo R, M. Cary,
4 S. Palaote street. 7u T
FOR RUNT-Twenty-room house, Co.-
or Barracks ad Zarragossa street
BSutable for boarding hu. Apply
to Mrs. Moreno 21ti Eat Sarra
goaa. SMatfi
FOR BALAL-Beautlutlly located block
In New City, also several lots overlook.
itg the city IaBlook 0, New ty; also
other lots in and around the city. Very
cheap. Phome 470. J. 0. Pebley.
IOR RIT--'wo brick store L 1
ad 1n got Tarra sa street.
Destrable otr morcaatue pieNois ao
wareboum ApAty to Theoa Pebley.
ll ,--L l"-- --"-- T 1I




can be chartered by the hour, day or
week. Terms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking .teml-
sils turalased if desred.


uarn. uo gd bargain at .... ITG.Wo
House and barn, corner lot,
S0x110, W. Garden street .$10.00
4 lots W. LaRua street ....... W0O.O0
Blocks in W. K. T. from $500
to ........................ 100.00
3 of the pretties lots .n New
; City ...................... 0090

132 V. Chase t.....4.........
610 Jackson St.; newly pa-
pered, bath ...............
612 W. Main St...............



200 Thelsen'Bld'g
Telephone 918.

^ Nard reawae.
' -- r lf L L . .. .

NIO4 Y FURNI ISHID rooms for rent,
with privilege Qf liht houseeepinl.
Block and half from Pliahox. n21 J
Government St. unelm*
Newly furnished rooms or eightt
boumekeespia- Cheap.. 810 .R Bo
mama Bt. 1uael

CAMPING PARTIES can secure x-
cellent accommodations on -Sgnet's
Bayou at Sunnybank fruit and poultry
arm. aiest bathing, facing and
sailing. Take mail launch Ruth. Ad-
dres Miss Anna Carlen Mary aBther,
Fla., isi"5alm.

ROOK AND BOIARD-Delightful lo-
cation on bay shore; boating, bath-
ing and Mahlng. Inquire of Mrs. 0. 0.
Herman, at Pishervile. ZJuainm.
FOR RENT.-Two furnished romas
r for rent. LUght OSskesplng.,0 W.
Chase jne.

PARTIB who want to rsrt bourss
teams or aaythig else for that
matter, wll ad The Joural Want
Ads a grat hel. ,

BAY rOTBL- alht aM day,.
arowi plaa. Wtoas ght aad
clean. Tratemt trade aoletedj ygr
If uoth PalaI. a oe. El el

rOR SA" a-et cottage with e
ment stone beoaest -d entire
block fronting cr Bayview Park, loot
of 12th and 14th streets. A charmlag
locality. A. V. Oubba.
FPO BSA4B--ome on Bayshor. De
ulhttully IloWOad four-rooa cottage
Matgnol RIaLro
enclosure. A ppy oA. I cMtan.

POR SAL*-One Chotee block a top
of tae ridge east of the eloetre
railway, between Tth and 8th street
iNature has favored this section ad It
cannot be duplicated. A. Cl1ubs.

MonOy to Lon.
MONIT TO LAID-On ged re t a
tate serity, or a good lateral,
at lowet rate. Let e a aroeab

NlO "A, N om a y as an
kt Oi Pc p ey. y abJ.
mew,srot aro. J, We. s
asveSoat P laO BLee 11a44

a sal A lm.a 11,
uslamte WA.. & O o Prw

MONXY LOANED a&l oaids me P
eoasl property ca short naett
Terms esay. W Btullard, "
28% South Palaft Bt., Phome 1144

UOLjUZI aaueat of se I-"b.
efas kladf af tpersMiW
*peal rates to bues mamo
Io Ta2 Now,= Lee Co. 8

tBt land is he bahla of a1 welth?
l a 4 m* tng city or town, money in-
vested In land is sure to grow. Pen.
aoola is MIsuc a city, and you will do
weU to Invest. If you do not invest
now you will regret It, for prioea wili
greatly advance n the near future.
I house, resting monthly
18.J0 .......,............7600 00
5-rooan cottae, MIst Hill
(New) ................... 750000
$8-omr cottage 3. Romana ., 850 00
4 houes rentitg monthly
.6 .................... 1 0 00
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayoa .................... 170 00
1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00

Ws 8. Palafex, Flther Building


Build you a ouse, I will give
ric a on material. P. O. Box :
hone 210. Joel Prater. Yard at B
len Street Wharf. 30Junel

I am prepared to do tuning and re-
airing and guarantee satisfaction. 1
years' practical experience in tha
South. J. Conrad Scott, 244 I. Greg-
ory street, Penaeola. S26unelm*
Parties derrla to make the trip up
the sound to Ma Bther, and Pree
port can tet desirable rates on the
steamer Captai Prits. We make
weekly trips, leaving Baylen street
wharf ever Thursday morning at 6
o'oloek. Inqure on board Wednes-
day. Capt J. N. Rogers. ilWunelm*
RVG ,LAR MAIL LINe-ood eavep
adme for trawela public. Dally as.
vice h Sway. Frm Ohipley to Bay
head. Arem J. Tugle, Chlpmy
Va. t24mb

RAL N BTAT la all parts oE
l"ft by the ond and we
bmild your wb ou ag tu
mmta. D, Balt Wsm-a Or

You f m

rolessioal Directory.

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

Reem 406 Thleosn Building.


Attnmeywad seilor at Law
108 East Government Street.
S General Law Pratice.

Roem 00 Tiloeen Brid. Phene 783

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

Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86.

L. o. PHILLIPS, n. o.
Offce at No. % 8. Palafta, Blount
Once Hour--8:30 to 11 a. ., and
2 to 6 p. m
Residence, 10 North Palatox. Phone
6--two rings. Ofce Phone 6.
Sundays-Subject to calL


will be out of town

* ^---- *~-- ---
.' F. M. WILIAMA ,
Oflce, Brosnahm building nest
to Pensacolsa business College.
Prompt attention alway given
to business. Pmacola. iria.
0 0 4,- 0

700 Weet Intendenta .......... .00
38 West Intenenela ..... ...... 5
800 North 7th avenue .......... ;


31s SSouth Paliefx, ipetelr,
suitable for club or eisea
700 South Palafox.
207 East Govemmeqt.

For Steam Division
Trains leave Pensacola for the Lttlo
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barraneas 7:l*tn
S:50am ar Ft. Barranca 10:80aft
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pin
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrances 7:00pm
*8:10pm ar Ft. Barrancas 08:0gpa
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas ftor
Pensacola at-
8:60im ar Pensacola 2: 40pni
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am.
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2: 4pm.
5:16pm ar Penmaola 5:58pm
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45pm
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
Electric car will leave Pensaco!s
every hour from 6 a. m. to 10 p. mL:
inclusive, and Saturday night only at.
11 p. m.. and leave Bib Bayou foz.
Pensacola every hour at 7:30; 8:30,
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 Big Bayou at # :20
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above Is the week day sckedna
which will begin Friday April 15.
Electric car will leave Pensacola at
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
12:50, 1:50, 2:50. 1:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:50.
8. 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
the Big Bayou, and immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and wil them
run to Pensacola ahead of the traia
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as
present, but will observe this electr
car schedule and wJll work I conneo.
tion with it.

PeuWel., St Madromg

W. G. BARROW, Master.



And all points on St. Andrew Bay,
Carrabelle and ApalchIoeia.
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:10 i
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:80 @
m., for St. Andrews, Millville, Ape.
lac'aicola, Carrabelle and lnternediae
For additional inlormatlon apply &t
I. R. COBB, Presldemt
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saranee and all matters pertaining to Real Estate. We respectfully
solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction.
1800.OO-Four cottages oa East Gregory street; good renters.
$1700.OO-Comfortable one story dwelling fronting Little Bayou;
convenient to Electric Line.
$1200.00-Story and halt dwelling& containing 5 rooms with about
two acre of land, in the city Umits; near Electric Car line.

Thos. C. Watson & Co
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Granite-l ,000.000 industrial com-
Anadarko-4100,00 oil and gas com-
Guthrie- and electrical cor- '
PHONE 7. pany; coal mining comply. .
P. O. BOX*, Cherokee-Lumber and elevator u
_________ _______ company. ll
-- Corbett-410,000 telephone cam- i
South Caoena.H
dsto--.4 lumber coppany.y."
The Card Ct*en Mba cOMMar ais getting .i
Gsthrie--Gs and electrical com- shabby
py; $5,000 lead work.
Index System Tenneseee.
Gleeeon-Hoop (Wtory. We want to s y
Llck C reek-Telepbone company.
is the most convenient Memphis-FlourIng mill. 1 _
and accurate system for Nashvrlle-$100,00 packing plant.
Rockwood--4 ,00W knitting mill.
keeping accounts which ornersvlle--$, milling com Lo at OUr cta
has yet been devised pany.
You can bay complete Brownsville-6$0,00 cotton coar- lint, Suit p
Rutherford-4MlUng company. Adtkeyoa wick
Card Index DRy.
Del RIM o1 laundy. 6rCISAIS
Outfits .Lo iew-Wate* *Wot.
Baonham-l-4100, electric company.-
PariSn-Ong tac ; .000 oil
Her*. commpny. .. .-- ..
Orange-W0,0u ihber company. J
-- aermama-410.M medicae factory.
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b coMpane here by the mother and _-
husband of Mrs. Cherry, and was laid ---
ADMITTED TO NAVAL to rest yesterday morning In the -
ACADEMY AT ANNAPOLIS. Union "Hill cemetery.
'be second funeral was that of
By Associated Pres,. Mrs. Mary Ann Milford, who die-
Annapolis, July 13.-Theo. H. Win- Mondag. evening after a lingering l-" YOU'LL M ISS A -OOD LOT
ters, of South Carolina, and Francis hess at her home at Windy City.
W. Scanland, of Louisiana, have been MrS. Milford had reached the age of
admitted to the Naval Academy as 58 years, and was well known here.
Midshipmen. She was laid to rest yesterday after- if you fan to erchae onre "
noon in the family lot at Union Hill TeP more of those we have for hI
cemetery. They are in locauttlee wh '
* TERSELY TOLD here and :cops are starting .anew. alue
BUSINESS LOCALS. The farmers are busy planting pota- 4
..-....-.....-- ---. Mrs. C. M. Wheat has moved his the
S.family trota MUlview to their pretty -
little home here and has gone to
Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish MislMssippi, where he will be engaged Present Prices
estimates on building and painting In the sawmill business.
and give personal attention to work. Miss P&rl. Butler, of Pensacola, is
932 t. Strong, and 824 East LaRua the ues of Miss Mattle and Miss ar below even their pr,-
street. Eva Tato.. vau i The terms am bw
Last aight the boys thought B ranged to a t. Don't Isntda t
McKinsle Oerting & Co., wholesale they would have some fun cha c, bt oe to tday. T'
and retail ship chandlers and grocers, with "0ld Uncle Clem," an aged ne. -orrow Way be too late.
the only first-class house of the kind go who works for Mr. Will Tanton.
in Pensacola. Fair prices to all. The old fellow lives in Millview ad4
00 to aNd fram work every day, a, MCPAVR EMPANY
Why se interior paper, when you distance of about two miles. The boyl t AI
cqa buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity, 0t p do* the lne a little, fixed p a Y gE UpS 9iSurA/nc c
ars Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. s. I reMi w Sd waited for hW, .a. ALAOX t PHON
jompon's, So IL 1aox. J a o hPHONK -t .

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Chatts Tean., July 13.-There
S$7 tion lines in the southern states, as Council, composed of Mw s.
will be seen by a study of the &sco- Muldon and Youge, yesterday
paying list onew industries etab. menced the work of -rwltalin
These have steel frame, shed during the week ending July 12, books of all city oMciates The
made of extra quality s compiled by The i.rademan. The ha so far been found Tvy s
leather, corners b prevalence of new factories whose tory. The" examlnatld toi 1tM
bound. We have others captalization is stated in ix figures It accordance with a resolatlofl
will be noticed, wfile a million dollar at the last session of ti.e 7 o
industrial company is reported' from The committee is not ditlcil
ML SU% tSS aI Oklahoma omamCoprses. knitting any of the books, but only' kdi
mills, cotton gins, etc., iadlete the examination to ascerain the sy
activity along textile ,ies, while in by which the books of the cit
the development of other natural re- kept. Yesterday the books of (
sources we fnd saw mills, lumber troller Morgan were gone thi
manufacturing companies, o1l and and that ofcal explained to the
companies, mining companies, iron mittee the manner in which they
n Wworking plants, etc, in large numbers. ket and how the various funds
Reports of sevel 'new electric and credited.
itt r to Min g Bon power plants are also noted this week During the early portion of the
indicating continued interest in th. the books of the city measure]
205.207 S. Palafo. utilization of the wonderful water collector, assessor an other of
powers to be found in this section. will be examined in-the same nu
Phone 225. The Tradesman list shows a very and at the next meetli of the o
healthful condition of the industrial the committee will submit its rel
world for this season of the year, and
each item is an eloquent testimonial The Original.
Sthe suth. Honey and Tar as a throat and
Y E UR IO remedy, and on account of the
Bos--415,000 fertilizer factory. merit and popularity of Foley's 1
Corona-$50,000 coal company. and Tar many imitations are o
River.. oron lls-1$50,000 turpentine com- for the genuine. These worthless
Spanyr F -1 turp nitatios have similar sounding n
TLif Savinglo Beware of them. The geoune F
lielavin StaernHoney and Tar is in a yellow pac
Br n Arkana Ask for it and refuse 4any subst
SBearden-$100,400 luMpber company. It is the best remedy for ooughi
FRIDAY NIGHT, JULY 14 Ta-410,00 building oom- colds. W. A. D'Ale mberte, dn
S JUL panyand apothecary, 121 PalUfox.
Morrillton-410000 warehouse com-
..-given by the.... pany.
Fort Smith-$26,000 electrical sup- turning company.
EADIE AID OF THE FIRST CHRIS- ply company. Karnes City-$7,000 gin oompa
TIAN CHURCH. Pilot Point-450,000 flouring m
Pens la--e-$lle aud, company. San Antolo- 25,000 lane an
TA CURHMso la-$ 000 1 anmd company. vestment company.
THE TUG MONARCH M .-1 mattress fatory. Temple--0.000sewer'om
Lakelamd-$30,000 naval stores com- Frankston--20,000 oll compai
pany. rankston-$20,000, oil compa
yDallas-Telephone system.
as been secured and will leave the Crescent City-420,000 crate and tub l)rt Worth-Steam heating p
wharf at 5 p. m., stopping at Warring- factory. Virt Wo rgina.
ton each way. Manatee-Canning ftory. Grayson-$10,000 electric com
Will leave the life saving station at Gesgia. Fredericksburg $10.000 el
m. on return trip. avannah--45,000 hardware com- light and power plant; $50,000 m
S p. m. on return trip. pany. company.
pany.* company.
REFRESHMENTS SERVED. Atlanta-$10,000 brass works. Norfolk--10,000 Ironworking p
Kentucky. ,'5,000 novelty works.
ADULT -35 CENTS. Barbourville-Water works; broom Martinsville-$15,000 canning
CHILDREN, 25 CENT& factory. tory.
Monticello--lectric light plant. West Virginia.
SLouisiana. Bramwell-$150,000 coke omr
New Orleans-420,000 manufactur- $20,000 iron ard. steel company.
Ing company; 150,000 umber cox pany. Wellsburg-$50,000 oil and gas
hardware company; *100,000 Consaruc- pay.
W tion company; $110,000 stave com- Williamson-415,000 lime and
pany. ber company.
Mongham--aw mill. Buckhannon-$25,000 sand corm
PRayville-$15,000 heading factory. Glen Jean-Bottling works.
i o H 0e Milasippi. Huntington-Coal mines.
is Utica-$100,000 water works. Oharleston-475,000 coal and
Ila Misouri. company; $75,000 oil asi gas
PKans aty- Minin and manuic- r pany; $50,000 rail brake &etory;
turning company ufc 000 manufacturing co pany.
turing -olay'. mi larksburg onstrucu coral
JolinMines;mining company; eyser--15,000 flourng mill.
stamp mill; mining company; mines. Alder4so-15000 ling omipa
We can save you money and satisfy St. Louis-$15.000 iron company; Alderson--25,000 land company
you If you desire a first-class Piano. $12,000 Jand company; electrical man-
New Pianos from $100 to $600. ufacturing company; $40,000 manufac- GULF GITY
Be sure to see the Baby Pano- turning company; 25,000 improvement i I"
smallest degular iPlano made for young company; $6,000 electric pump com-
ad old alike, $100 to $175. pany; medicine factory; $10,000 sewer Cleaning D]
It will pay you to call or write us. pipe company.
Carthage-M in. Cleann
TUNING A SPECIALTY. Cape Girardieau-$5,000 construction a i
l Webb City-Mines.
North Carolina. MEMBERSHIP RATES *1.00
CLUTthR RUSHING Fa, eo ,.. .MONtH.
CharotTTER RUSHING, power plant Ladies and GOe's Chthing lei
CL'EU H pencer--lt 70,000 water worpts; elec- dyed and repaired. Gods Galle
12 EL eeraMRt Street. tri light and sewerage system. and deliver FINCH, ROPS.
Asheville--4100,000 quarrying comrn- 140 E. @srs nen P
SPENIACOLA, - - FLORIDA. pany. No as
Goldsboro-i30,000 manufacturing Pm_ No. 1_3. _mMe_
company. .
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO Kelford-Oottou gin.
Greensboro-4p6,000 spoke and han-
l A ts Trdnsfer Go.iie factory.
G rift~o-6 Oklahcma.le factory.
Tour. B. Thoresn, Prop. Harrah-410,000 canning factory. 1 0-r
S--- Binger-$10,000 cotton gin. *
MA UUNI OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Box-Mill and gin company.

SComes ack You. l.. .. t U wyi hcr!
y J-m Am 4 Mors 3 U0111M
I,; Brit Booraa a *werul 0t1r. A .POt. Y IN THE EQUITABLE
invention. YoU throw It way er ed. ." 1 M., ,. E U ITAB LE
from you red IH circle r mood itet r me. se, 1--., is -l. r UB,, cMM.a.A
i &ad comes back to your fO. f eeto* Ayfts, wit 1,3m2,0W a*It 5 i WpBl- --"---ly.
STM t Pt Gcl Agt
Two for 2 cents Sets for t -tm,. Br o ors ee fLrB KosWoies B s Pensacoa
B oso m F ire U k, P;m acol a -
r lawn complete, with hand nets-, Aires.
$2.00 and $8.00. VESSELS IN ORT.

A gst . mo Br n -B
ICOES B STf ORE, | ~"29, Tampico to Gulf Transit Co
1 tUIc 0 DUUOR o IUnlt, .', AuruIto, A 8, t- cv lcn, 171^ . 'A -_ S P_
S235-sBOO S. TfO a "wke tnioof TaaItientral Life
235 &,,, ,Ylaf O Bi agIo, Ger as, 1798, Boss, NI*llI
123 Pboe. St York to A. A. Brown & Co.
r d00 ,, 0,,0,--i-* Br.tinb.p',F Br as, Flause, 1 al W r t expen r Salhigher
Ewllyl, ___. .. ..^ LIs Palma. to Fr. J. Schreyer. KM a I-uit rat. bwr xpi .. r. ; and b,_,-
co. "" Eill, Br s, Nielsen, 1229, Pomaron .t reMt s a ,awrn- o~~ni d 'IA alia in Florida
U.ptoe Fart, Ital arodi, 2697, Bolo. S M be .40 forYNto
work I u rp e -l ine S tills," to J.A Merritt & Co.'-,.^ ^ ^
S1wfel McMillan BrOs. Co. 'to Gulf Tra-nsit o. wW.aA Gmr Agen
Iaed more to Wn. 8. Keyser Co. -
nIncl. nr lhmoor, Br as, Curtis, 3078, New-
Mnill Up w uf uur Wu--- stle to Gulf Transit Co.
oi anU l: lai Kydonla. O"r as, 154. Kabdoy. U.
Mob i~lef Ala,. Pitch PinB Lumbeir 13.-L
y ari Union, Br ss, Foster, 72, Grand Cay-
Com man to master. .
Deom. M A New Orleans to Hyer Bros.
roa-h, RM A KTSln Mirazas, Br ss, Anderson, 1561,
rl tota w Taumpa to Gulf Transit Cd). I S
Naval Stores Market. Pectne, Aust ss Sarljanovich, 1463, Manufacturers and Repairers of
week Savannah, Ga., July 13.-The naval Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. MACHINERY .AND BOILERS U
r, tax stores ma;'ket close co-da aL1 ['e. Romola, Br ss, Presant, 1380, Huelva FORGNGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
manner, WW .....w. $4 7 Stannope. Br s, Harris, 2132, Phil- .MS41P...PA IRS A S C L
.uncil WG ........... ...... 3 .. delphl.a to W. S. Keyser & Co. Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. A.
orl W ......................... 0 Sla, Ital as, sianche. rL2 G eno. for JJmes lMao y & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Do ,...
p. N ....................... 45 to. 10 Sianta, I s, Blanchi C of all descriptions.
M ...........................4 Teresa Aust s, Persich, 2331, Gal- Olce Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr.
nated I .........................3 5 eston to Pensacola Lumber Co. Residence Phrn 1029. P. O. Box 123.
lung H ......................... 3 90 Vivinia, Span ss. 1983, Bustinza,
great G .........8...... Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.
on F........................ Wanderer. Br as, Hunter, 2666,
iered F ...........................3 Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co.
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amea. C ........................... 3 30 DeGrogori Globtta, Ital bk, Fer.
oleys Spirits Turpentine, 57% cents. rari, 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow I*E C OmA L a ld W O O D
:kage. Pine Lumber Co. f.Bma% th.p
ttute. Emella, Port bk, Dominges, 1117, W NWo F A nd Uml Compay.
Sal DEATH OF WELL Bumos Ayres to Pensacola Lumber O ,I-C C ad Taragma Pho.. I
uggist Co. Oftw-cmer Chseesam Tarratamw Pboe 251
KNOWAN MILL MAN Ital b De Clnul__, Oltrar, 2_8,
KNOWN MILL MANI from Genos, to Rosasco Bros.
Innocents, Ital bk, Garriano, 769, Ft
do France to Rosasco Bros. ; | l"I ..
tyl. PRESIDENT OF Oceana, Port bk, Molledo, 1123,New
Orleans to H. Baars & Co.
d In- BIG CARYVILLE' COMPANY, Thomas. tl bk, Garo, 80, to E A BIG
IN CHICAGO. Harry W.Lewis. Br sch. 279, Matan-
ant. sas to J. A. Merritt &Co. a
Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Scott, .. Dow r.ice andBudders.Supply Depot
Ppiy aSpecial to The Journal. 74, Rustan to Master.
ectric Caryville July. .-the death ot Lassel, Am Ib. Reynolds, 1225, Bal- WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
lling Geo Wood, presd of the eo E. timore to master. FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA-
Wood Lumber o. at Caryvlle, which IMagnolia, Am sch. Houseman, Pal- TERIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TO-DAY
lant; occurred at his home in Chicago o cagoula to order. UNPACKING A
occurred at his ome in Chicago Maxle, Am ch, Ward, Key West to CAR LOAD OF PAA
Sthe 10th inst., has cast a gloom over m e Am sch eard, t to rAR L AD PAINT :
fac- this portion of Washington county. and want your businea;. Prompt attention to a1 mall
Mr. Wood was one of-the best known ,Shlp. order.
saw mill owners ixhiWest Florida as Agostine Terrizano, Itll ship, Co-
pany; well as in Chicago and several of the nera, 1170, Liverpool to Aaster. ill
western states where'he had large in- Evelymion, Rus ship, Aylnr, 1882,S. 8y
com- tereets. His success in life, on ac- Navaire to master.
count of his sturdy habits and closo i o l PrSOne 717 fL
lum- attention to business. maue him rank DEATH OF YOUNG MAN Pensacola. Ph e 7rida.
very high in the financial world. His AT THE LITTLE BAYOU. 00. 0 ..0.. 0S ....0*0-SOS*@* 00000 S S 3 O
pany. thorough knowledge ,o;, the saw mill ,
business caused him to see the re- Ross Buckingham, a young mad, re-
sources of this section, hence he siding with his parents at the Little
land bought the large mill plant of the San- Bayou, died there yesterday afternoon
com- ford Lumber Co., which, under the after an illness of twenty-two days COMFORT. CORDIALITY. CUISINE
$50,- management of J. C. Anderson, vice- with typhoid fever. The deceased had
president, has become a potent factor reached the age of 17 years, and was S ,
pany. in developing this locality. While it a steady and industrious young man, OE R
may be said that Mr. Wood has made and his death is very much regretted
y. but few visits to Uaryville since he by all with whom he was acquainted. Penacola, Fla.
bought the plant here, yet he leaves a The funeral services will be con- ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS
host of friends, particularly among th,' ducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock at LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
several hundred of his employes, who the family home, the interment to
mourn his loss. occur at the Warrington cemetery. Sp ele W kliy Rates fdor Ta le Board.
SIF. L BOWEN, Manager.
ve BIG FEE FROM ESTATE Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jacksorille, Florida.
A recent issue of the New York _______. .... -
PER World contained the following which .....ttI.ll ..l* -**i*i**nem'i n t fhiallNI- ....L ....aguhag unftllnt ..i.I.t
Swill prove interesting to Floridlans: 1 i . .ii I-ll tl llltttit
For his first year's services as comrn- Special to The Journal.
mittee of the estate of Ida A. Flagler, Myrtle Grove, July 13.--The icy Y JU D U OFAUp THP T OU sAVE |
Sthe former wife of Henry M. Flagler hand of Death continues its whor. .
who, because her mental condition is While the grim reaper is not working COOKING WITH *A ,
Restrained. Edward Lauterbach, as here at present, some of our most O K N WIT A
tlL, referee, has suggested in a report to intimate friends and acquaintances E
be submitted to the supreme court from all round us, are passing away. C
that Andrew Freedman be allowed The little cemeteries here are fIst c
$15,000 from the woman's income, becoming large ones. Only a few i Just tulr a rart, Strike match -d Tou hare a
The referee says Mrs. Flagler's es- weeks ago we buried three victimsA impk tit t writ" d
tate has increased $100.000 during the all of one family in one grave. Yes- fir A s it twSt t Win you iV
year and now aggregates $2,181.000. t e had two funerals in the a or or i. you lie. No dirty coal to
the Standard Oil Company. The first funeral was that of Mrs. handle E ythdg c n and kitchen ir ad coo
ost of Mrs. Flagler's property Wm. Cherry, who died Monday in
was given to her by her husband'. The Jackso county, Miss. Mrs. Cherry
multi-millionaire obtained a divorce Hi with her husband and family were .
Florida on the ground of her incompe- 1"rer residents of this place, where
tnyFlrdan the ground of her inompe she was well thought of. The news
Mrs. Flagler is in the care of Dr. o her deativeh came asnd a shokevere blow L 2 O4
Carloe F. MacDoald. the alienist, who h ettlment. The bre, and a shock 27 BastGarden Street. Pbo 148.
is allowed 830.000 a year. ..... body was ac- m


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