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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 15, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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LiWORUIANT CONFERENCES CMI AIDENtFICATION OF N ALN

HELD BY THE PRESIDENT OF ATORS PAUL JONES' BODY

4O A0 Genend Horace Porter, Retiring Ambassador to France Tells of
Dnis Concerning Peace Con- 7Te New Chief Engineer of o emn W W R o GmS sU
,,,,-pner .t. JI I Of -Search for Remains Which Was Continued
terenc and Panama Canal The Isthmian Canal Commission Formed in New York Cty Wae for Six Years. Rumor of GermaniSwedish U
Under Discussion. War Against the That- standing is Officially
l rust. New RBy Asoolated Pres. pare the head and so carefully was D
dical Trust. New York, July 14.--General Horace this done by the examining savants D 0n .
J PDAN GRATIFIED Porter, retiring ambasdor to France that a mole on the left ear was dis-
P I- who has arrived here after an absence covered by one, and immediately upon
COMP I fS eight years abroad, discussing the examining the bust the same physical
ROAD COMPANES ending of the body of John Paul Jones. mark was found. MEETING PRIVA
as the result of a search lasting six "In all the measurements there was
S --US e atMio O IN. WMilt aS n years said: not a variance of two millimetres, that
"At last the excavations brought to is seventy-eight thousandths of an
Rssias Chief Evoy. And ProminentActorst lacked light five leaden colns. Four had inch. If all of this s remarkable, the Details of Conferens of Rule
Spate identifying the bodies within autopsy by the eminent Doctor Capi-
SNw Cnc n and the fifth, of far better construe- tan, of Paris, is more so. Think of Gefle Nt ad PlIC
CHAIRMAN HONT AND CHIEF W tion, had none. By the process of an autopsy being performed on the Not Made Public.
elimination we decided it must con- body of a man who died 113 years be-
LNGINEER STEVENS TALK tain the body of the distinguisheal na- fore. We know that John Paul Jones INITIATIVE TO SUCH .AN
PROMOTERS SAY THEY TVIEY ARE val hero. When in the presence of had an attack of bronchial pneumonia
OVER PANAMA CANAL AFFAIRS N' anthropologists and sVgeons of note in Russia a year before he died in RANGEMENT IF CONTEMF
NOT FIGHTI NG KLAW EitL.AN. the coffin was opened, words cannot France. The autopsy showed the pres-
WITH PRESIDENT-BART FOR TE ISTHMU WILL GER SYNDICATE BUT AJRE MAK- express our surprise attthe remarkable ence of the disease in the left lung, ED, WOULD PROBABLY C
DEPART FOR THE ISTHMUS OF 40m state of preservation the body was which the French phyicians long be- FROM BERLIN-QUESTION
SING A FIGHT MERELY POR SELF found In. fore had recorded as out of service.
PANAMA JULY 20. "Olotbed in a winding sheet of linen, The autopsy further showed, as his- NORWEGIAN KINGSHIP MIl
PRESERVATION. the arrangement of the coffin tallied tcry stated, that John Paul Jones died
..f exactly with the historiAl documents of chronic nephritis, and plainly show-
By Associated Press. that told of the careful preparation to ed the dropsical condition of the pa-
Ital liiN 14.-Important de- By Asociated PdrOg. p the body to the United States, as tient before his death. Aoated Pre
*rninLi :he forthcoming peace New York, July 14.-Ammao cement was the first idea. There was tin foil "The naval hero was somewhat of a Berlin, July 14.-The substan
t* u,n plenipotentarles of a new combination of actorss in over the hands and face and the in- wlandy, you know and on the body was te statement made at Stock
10 tsia and Japan and Amierica against what is knw as the terror df the coffin was flilet with hay a fine linen shirt, the bosom of which yesterday to the effect that a GeT
.i ,in :o the construction theatrll trust was made y by ad straw so that the body could not was laid with ruffles and plaits. His Swedish alliance was seriously
:amla canal were under con- Lee Shubert, of S. Shube and Lee roll on the long and necessarily rough clothing bore the initial 'J. templated was submitted to th4
.dav by President Roose- Shubert. The leading les in voyage at that time In a sailing vessel. General Porter will be for some egn office here to-day, and the a
and Mrs Roosevelt had a the newcombination a those headed Together with the documents we had time the guest of his son, Clarence, in atie statement was made tha
uncheon at their Sagamore by David Belasco and Mrs Minnie the Houdon bust with which to com- this city. muesn on San ae between
M Miter Kogoro Takahira, Maddern Flake. Lee Shut will befe t foreign office nor h
Theodore P. Shonts, chair- manage a line of theatres will been discussed to the slightest
.John r. Stevus chief eng- be placed at the disposal of r. Belas- tent. Of course the foreign
:e Isthmus canal commis- o00, Mrs. Fiske and others. could not deny that Emperor W
SThomas W. Haynes, auditor The new combine will bj k fifteen and King Oscar had not spoken
Ric o.ma companies on the road and mich actors alliance during their interview
iapanese minister discussed as Sarah Bernhardt, Jeff De An-
.Mr. Roosevelt some points glis Henry Miller, Lilliavn R ell and of their conversation are not k
approaching conference, but David Warfield, Blanche Ber- here
i.ounced that no date was tha Galland. Robt. Hilliard, *u. Fiske, n No indication of the result o
upon for the reception of the Bertha Kalisch and Mrs. Lea$e Carter. meeIing between Emperor WI
and Japanese envoys by the Lee Shubert in a state said he n King Oscar at Gefe Sweden
nt. Minister Takahira express- was not fighting the ynd headed terday has reached Berlin nor is
personal gratification at the by Klaw & Erlanger, but maealy mak. report of their conversation like
-: iol of M. Witte as the leading ing a fight for self preservaton, that be made public except as expl
-ntiary of Russia. He maid Is, to be able to book attk In here that this was a -strictly pr
't was one of Russia's E st their own houses. viit of one sovereign to another
a'esmen and his appont-bably come
. oiurtog ie the d' Y -- Wl While Subje*t of Fast Train on C. E. I. Collided av t knowledge the
n -..--.. .. . wegian-Swedih situation. The
"" n n CA PTURE OF STOHTOINTi Peace N lions tWio with .S.B.laiitBOainNar ." ov' ren po a h
-..,m. "-,;*. a:.;:r ,T deparlutre of CARICATURE SKETCH OF JOHN F. STEVENS. in complete aloofness-almos of
: Ta,.:.ra. T":- > "he first Mr. Stevens was selected as railway expert of ttt, Philippine Commis- New York, July 14.-To-morrow il. C erence. It is expected here th
I,;- *:i,. ,, p,.sid': !ha.a had of sion, but was transferred from that position to that of Chief Engineer 3f will be the 126th anniversary of the a result of the mee ing yestc
. .i-- canL nia *r- w)hh Mr. the Panama Canal Commission upon the resignation of Mr. Wallace. He capture of Stony Point by the conti- Emperor William and Germany
.. 1. an.d t;vy .w ov.- r the su. -i was in conference with the president yesterday, preparatory to leaving for- mental troops under Anthony Wayne. By Asociated Press. By Associated Pres. be described in some countries
:,-T !i,."uhL:'y A. boIh Mr., the Isthmus on July 20. V The trustees of the American Scenic St Petersburg, July 14.-M. Witte Chicago, July 14.-A passenger train taking undue inrere.st in Scan
: a M S.,m,- expect to and History Preservation society wiil had a prolonged audience withth,, on the C o d n
Pa;,ma o ii% wenIieh. Ciedvisit the Stony Point battlefield state d a prolonged audience with th o the Chigo and Etern Illinois vian afirsen a setm t Su
..-r.' onsult with them reservation, accompanied by many emperor at Peterhoff this afternoon Rallway leaving St. Louis at 11:30 ea is disavowed in advance.
., h.r pa r. 1: is not like- guests, and the new administration at which the whole subject of the last night, collided with a suburban Professor Konrad B:snhak, an
M- S', ,v,: il be made. iT building there will be dedicated., peace negotiations was gone over nin train in Seger, 11l.. thirty miles from thority on international law dis
S nu" n. x: of the ex-am A N D PA TY A T HON OLUL U detail. The difficulties of the situa- Chicago. Threepersons wree killed ig the question whether King
1n-... o h Panama w r f MU i BE LRGEST tT Ii e e an d seven injured is si kin o Norway or not,
,mm->. a position occu- Wl BE LARGEST TURBINton were reely a sed and in- Some of the injured may die. The a definite reply cannot be given.
hi iP e..sr. Mr. Wallace. STEAR IT I A cations were given that his majesty engines of both trains were demol. is still king of Norway according
T' : a- Mr. STevens ARRIVED ON 0 0 TEA R MANCHURIA ANO OEPARTED FOR STEAMER UILT IN AMERICA is more apt personally to govern M. shed and the first coach on the su- the constitution of Sweden, but
:, co: li ',Ua rt- k haI FOR MANILA AFT... A DAY SPENT IN SIGHTSEEING. Witte's course than the formal in- 1)ran train was smashed.
H h ii. w ideas about XCE ENT VOYAGE FROM SA FRANCISCOContract for Construction of 6,000-Ton structions which have been given him. James yke engineer of suburban but there is no doubt as to the
-oi s 'to bh pur-e,1 and will EXCELLENT V YAGE FOM SAN FRANCISO. Turbine Vessel awarded by the M. Witte will leave St. Petersburg train. priety of King Oscar styling hiE
*,er-:. -d wi:h in The work if i next Wednesday for Paris, sailing as George Epstein, Chicago. king of Sweden and Norway. Ja
nimen H:- .,-ire is to dii By Associated Pre. Atkinson and a committee of cities. Southern Pacific. previously announced from Cherbourg Ferdinand Iloyne, Chicago. IT of England. while a guest of L
and 'o that gr-ai undertak- Honolulu. July 14.-ecretary of Members of the party declared they July 26, on the North German Lloyl The seriously injured: XIV of France continued to call
vo all hi ner and ab- William H Taft and party rriv had an excellent voyage to Honolulu. steamer Kaser Wilhelm der Grosse. John Miller, Chicago Heights, Illi- self king of France as well as
o t r Manchria There were several dances on board By Asocited Pr. Mme. Witte will accompany her hus- nois, back broken, of England, although France had
ed to-day on the steamar Manchuria. There were several dances on board
The visitors drove to points of interest in which Secretary Taft and Miss New York, July 14.-A contract for band as far as Paris, where she will Charles Horn, Crete, Ill., skull frac- lot to the British crwn since
RD ND WRT and ha lunsi eo at the oal Haw- Roosevelt participated. Lectures were the construction of a 6,000 ton tur- remain for the present, though sh urged time of Henry I. emperor Fr
lian hotel, unc the secretary le alo given on l Philippine subjects. bine freight and passenger steamer, may possibly join M. Witte later in James Crooks, Chicago, back injur- Joseph to-day as the Austrian
an address. The M chura was met The Manchrla left for Manila to- the largest yet built in America, has the United States. ed. age shows, calls himself king of e
an T T address. The c overnor night le or been let by President Harriman, of At M. Witte's personal solicitation, Dwight L. Wood, brakeman on su- bardy and Venice (although he
WIN AT TENNIS outside the harbor by Acting overor night. the Southern Pacific. The steamer M. Korotovitz, one of te ablest young urban train, leg broken and side friend of King Victor Emanuel)
will operate on the Morgan line be- diplomats who formerly was secretary bruised. King of Jerusalem without the su
m~ .n- us on ,'tween New Orleans and New York, of the Russian legation at Pekin, will A Gilmore, engineer on the St. of Turkey having objected. The
By Associated Prew. Allege M a Iflnpltonf and will have a speed of 16 knots, be attached to the Russian mission. Louis train, shoulder dislocated and sian emperor names himself duk
S ,' 14 -Holcomb War,. st1M I AV8UES internal injuries. Schleswig-Holstein and duke of
.W;-Tht pla. ed champion- a S *A FO H. Ross, Chicago, shoulder In-enburg without offending Germ
Tch three set at o f Tobacco StatstIcs Delicate Operation Upon ,harm broken Russian em peror also calls
.: IMecunis of Frencj
-" aionA lawn ten- By A Iald Pr, t by states will be given out on Monday Maj. Gen'l. LConard Wood WILL ASSIST IN THREE RAILROAD
TI.y wii meet Water Washington. July 14.-TThroh the next. t d* t
Nrman E. Brookes in receipt of numerous c-W i' at^ion^s d hat s lsha ee. n By Aocated .- LEAKAGE INQUIRY MEN KILLI
from the south 5ad sattements appear- to the dark tobacco districts of Ten- Boton, July 14.- ort from Po-
ing in the press at YU'ok timer that nessee and Kentucky to verify or cor-t July 1-epos rom
AMERICAN CONSUL tm staisics t department of rat the departments figures. Tis cai et, Cape Codaey that MthrGen- By AotBiated Pre
mgricUl l ttu o iti s i ware b^ action, Mr. Hyde, the chief satlati- eral Leonard Wood has Just undergone By Awociatod Press. Matihaltown, Iowa, July 14.-T-
a ....griculture o, t.w.. o the cleaad was in deference to the sen- the delicate surgical operation of tre- Washington, July 14.-Richard men were killed and two probably
m uM S DAMAGES "a"n I wth tret W. t ^ wsch had been engendered panning to remove a bony growth on Cheatham, secretary of the Southern tally injured in a freight wreck on
.. ... thwedhollyInorh that the department's dgures were his head. The operation, it is saio, Cotton Association, today was in ilowa Central near Richland to
son hn tih oly correct Mr. Hyde h been e -I lengthy conference with Dietrict At- All were employes of the company
I.By Associa1ted Pr jecti Pending the vestI lattistcs in direct charge of the investigation. was entirely successful and the gen- tourney Beach and Mr. Moran, acting
h to14o-An Ascensiong publication h rlets wtill be held uP which it is believed will be concluded eral is making rapid progress toward chief ogardingf the secret ottoservice bureau," A S I B A L
.h to the Heraltho g the regulat within two or three weels. recovery. regarding the recent cotton investiga- B A S B A
S, rican consul here.the l No details have yet been received. tion. Mr. Cheatham proposes to re-
r canconui here. i &aMHlmain for some time, and will assist in
,:,,,0., damages from! The operation was made necessary by ithe preparation of evidence upon
Mr.. Waldemniar Kora:, HI AVY LOSS FROM BIG ABBATOIR MAY a mishap several years ago, when which possible criminal prosecutions
,: of Thre personal let- G l ..W. o re,- e .ived a evr- lwhc may hobe hbalI


ath : n the consulate fUc-< D A UTTAO " -" .By Pr"s" -
ni three month SILK THIEVES BE A TO AL LOSS on the head by accident. A swelling
.. .. w, developed, but surgeons were soon RAC RIOT IN .h -
IH i [0:A '" able to determine taht it was of can- RACEL RNWO KCRIOat
By l Pcerous growth and not lit the least ittle Rock 3, Atlata 2.
By W CIDE OF A a--* y Pat likely to have any permanent IIll ef-NEW-R, o ey
vChicago. Jly 14.--T7% a ebnd of Allentown, Pa., July 14.-The At- fects. Sreveport 8, ahvlle
BANK CASHIER silk thieves whoe operatioas have re- gast and Bartlans abattoir, the largest Many inquiries, it is said, have come
suited in plunder vald at $25,00 are in Mastern Pennsylvania, is on fire and in from Washington since the opera- Amrcan Leag
By Asitm in MOW er hadquar e entir plant may prove a total ton to all of which there has been By Awocid Pr
By Associated Pres leaking Chi-g teir heaqrter ices. The plant is a new one. The returned the answer that everything New York, July 14.-Reserves of icago 2, Washington 4.
.1.1 14.-Without warn- anu, that staoen silks are being sys- loss may reach $150,000. was progressing satisfactorily. GENERAL LEONARD WOOD. four precincts and other policemen are troiPhleiph a.
,'la-ri. ,. cashier of the St tematically mild t agh "lene" attempng to que teen it 5, Bon
.' ink, a' Clayton. a a- this city be tte police. Amsterdam avenue between Sixty.
nho himself through th this city, ie th eo f 1 second and Sixty-third streets. Shot
-a -d at his desk and sank The b-rglarie 1t to aW beem have been fired both by the polee a National Leaga .
i a-s sixt.v years old and committed by the. ghaft eocbrred the rioters. Doors are being arri. Brooklyn 2, Pttaburg
unifiedd wi'h the bank for within a id oft Chi- 1 AY caded and all persons have been order- s 3, Clnhcnati 4.
Sa-. onsidered one of the ao, priear i -i1- --- ed to keep within their hoss. New York 2, Chicago .
eu s of Clayton. It Is oisands. adblao S. %p1 s tm a log *i gof p rpIet w ar soled im tis tdown rOUg Th Philadelphia 7.. Lulw I
b i'rooding over iti healhthe police oa aAnINe 69m00Kg a ia-'O
dd. Mr. War d had -ecelved tellingC aC n f Xmitj- X J rst lA W&i A The =AUM 4 fA.-i t two King 8 ttL
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one of her husband's parishioners
young Mrs. Gray spoke feelingly of his
noble, generous spirit.
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with mild surprise. "I thought from
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ere. 123 Phone.
-- The Jacksonville Times-Union says:
A.E. Ightbody, constable of the Elev- N
Stenth district, yesterday swore out
m eleven warrants against W. H. Tuck-i
er, manager of the Jacsonville Ele R PORT
trick Company, and eleven warrantsU R PORT
Sainst E. '. Smith, managed o ON THE EQUITABLE
CNorth Jacksonville street Railway
Company, on a charge, alleging that
they were violating the Avery Law.
The defendants were taken before By Asociated Presm
P A NB A M A Justice E .E. Willard and release on New York, July 14.-For a second
their own recognizance for a prelimi- time within twenty-four hours, Dis-
Snary hearing Tuesday, July 18, at 10 trict Attorney Jerome to-day made an
o'clock. unsuccessful effort to procure from i
The copy of the warrants against the New York office of the state super-
the Jacksonville Electric Company is intendent of insurance an official copy
SBLdated July 5, and these against the of the superintendent's report of his
BLOCKED, B Ctth E North Jacksonville Street Railway investigation nto the affairs of the
BLO at th Company, July 13. i quotable Life Assurance society. The
OLDECN RULE NIL- The warrants sworn out charge the report had been mauie public at Albany
offense on each day since July 2, up last night. Mr. Jerome's personal rep-
LINER PARLORS, to and including July 13. resentative. Assistant District Attor-
32 W. Government t. The copy of the warrants sworn out ley Garvan, went to the office of Dep-
are as follows: I.ty Insurance Commissioner Hunter
SIn the Eleventh Justice Court, Du today bearing a long letter .from the
Hal County, Borte fof lorida, vs. Wm. district attorney, together with a for-
H. Tucker: Beore me, a Justice of the nmal demand for an official copy of the
Peace, In and for the said count' for an ocal copy of the
personally came. A. E. ightbody, who Mr aran Mr Hunter were
being duly sworn, says that on the Mr. Garvan. and Mr. Hunter were
5thi dy of July A. D. 1 90, in the closeted for more than half an hour
count aforesaid, one, Wm H Tcker, and when the assistant district attor
did then and there Tuckerey emerged from the office he was
did then and there in the city of
Jacksonville, n said county and state, empty-handed. He admitted that he
on the street car lines of the Jack- did not get the desired document, but
sonville Electric Company, a street refused to discuss what took place at
car corporation, operating street car the conference. District Attorney
lines in the said county and state, run 1 Jerome said he would inform the gov-
and operate certain street cars with. ernor of the fallure of the insurance
out making provisions, rules or regu- department here to turn the testimony
nations for the separation of white over to the district attorney's office as
passengers from negro passengers by promised.
separate cars, fixed divisions or mov-
able screens, or other methods of di- STRIKING MANIFESTO
vision in the said street cars, contrary ISSUED BY ORANGEMEN.
to the statute in such case, made and
It's a simple thing to secure provided and against the peace and By Associated Press.
dignity of the State of Florida. Belfast, July 14.-An independent
2A good values and feet comfort "A. E. LIGHTBODY, section of Ulster orangemen, headed'
"Sworn to and subscribed before me by Commoner Sloan ha issued a
without sacrificing style. We this 13th day of July. 1905, striking manifesto to the country ap-
"'E. E. WILLARD, pealing for the burial df sectarianism
place at your disposal a col- "Justice of the Peace." which now is dividing Protestants and
election of footwear that will "In Court o: .1'"..lce of the Peace, Catholics and invoking the co-opera-
State of Florida. Duv il County, Ele- tion of all secular forces In the promo-
suit all tastes and please all venth District, S:.i:e of Florida, vs. E. tion of the national welfare.
T. Smith. Before me. a Justice of the The manifesto expresses distrust of
parsa. Peace, in and for said county, per- English parties which, it says, will
sonally came A. E. Lightbody, who. continue in the future as in the past
being duly sworn, says that on the to play off Catholics and Protestants
3d day of July, A. D. 1905, in the against each.other to the prejudice of
FOR INSTANCE count aforesaid, one E. T. Smith. did the country's higher claims. The
then and there in the city of Jackson- country too long has been neglected in
ville, in said county and state, on the the strife of party and creed, the man-
3.00 Ladies' Vici Kid Welt A street car lines of the North Jackson- ifesto continues, and here is now room
Oxfordfor vi...lle Street Railway Company, a for a patriotic party having the policy
Oxfords for ............ street car corporation operating street to rid Ireland of the domination of
car lines in said county and state, run impracticable creeds and organized
$3 50 Ladies' Tan Kid Welt and operate certain street cars witL- tyrannies and to secure the- desired
Oxfords for ............ sU out making provisions, rules or regu- redress.
nations for the separation of white
$2.50 Ladies' Light and 1 q5 passengers from negro passengers by OFFICERS SPIRITED
Heavy Oxfords for ...... se parate cars, fixed divisions or mova- NEGRO FIEND AWAY.
ble screens or other methods of divli-
ion in the said street cars, contrary By Associated Pres.
$2.50 Misses' Pat Kid Ox- to the statute. In such case, made and Waco,. ex., July 14.-A negro who
fords for ......... 1..... provided, and against the peace an1 is believed to be Frank Majors who
dignity of the State of Florida. made a brutal attack on a white wo-
50 Boys' Tan Calf and *. "A. E. LIGHTBODY. man in the southern part of this coun-
KdO B rdsfor ...... $190 "Sworn to and subscribed before ty Tuesday night, stabbing and beating
Se this 13th day of July, 1905. her into unconsciousness, has been
"E. E. WIILLARD, captured at Cameron. The prisoner
'Justice of the Peace." was spirited away by the officer, as
THESE ARE ONLY A Both companies will plead as tlfe!r mobs were in pursuit. The negro ran
defense that they are complying -with from the officers, and was fired upon
FEW OF MANY VALe the provisions of the law. The case receiving several wounds.
will result in obtaining a judicial opin-
UES OFfERED. ion as to the construction of the sec- ,
ond section of the law, which is in
controversy.


A PARISIA N PEIGNOIR.
While the lingerie style is the on shallow yoke of the hcnrietta over
most frequently followed for the peig- the shoulders, and to this the gown
noir and other negligee gowns, there i applied in somewhat puffy rows af
shirring, the fitted lining of a sheer,
are others that while they express thi silk rving to hold the full folds c.f
style.do not make use of the lingerie the material to the figure. The sleev,
materials. Such is the illustration, is simply a full and loose puff caugrit
wherein a gown of Saxe blue henrietta into the cuff, an embroidered frill be-
has a revere-shaped collar and a fanc;- ing carried up the back seam for a
ful cuff in heavy white linen, daintily short distance. The throat is cut In
worked In a combination of French a V-shape, and the fastening effected
and English embroideries. There is a toward the left side.

MARRIED AFTER CHARGED WITH STEALING
RRIELrF m L QUARTER OF A MILLION.

MUCH TROUBLE By A^oclbted Pre-o
MTI H"T U LE 'New York, July 14.-Henry Olcott,
former cashier of the 10dison cou-
pany at Milan, Italy, is under arrest,
Columbus, Ga., July 14.-Robert Me- charged with having embezzled $240,-
Pheeters, a young school teacher of 000 which he lost in speculation, says
Coalburg, Ala., and Miss Jennie Wha- a dispatch from that city to the Her-
ley, a pretty sixteen-year-old girl of aid. It is probable there will be other
the same place, were married in Co- arrest. Shares of the Edison conm.
lumbus this afternoon under circum- pany fell on the bourse in conse-
stances romantic and unusual. The quence of the revelations.
ceremony was performed in the par-
lors of the Read house by Rev. Theo. SITE SELECTED FOR
Copeland. IMMIGRANT STATION.!
Professor MePheeters, who is about
twenty-five years old, fell in love San Francisco, July 14.-Modeied
with his pretty young pupil. Then after the plans of the big immigrant
ran away to Gadsden to get married. station on Ellis Island, 'n New YorkI
Her father, W. M. Whaley telegraph- harbor, San Francisco is to have a
ed to Gadsden and had McPhee a :s detention station that will be adequate
arrested. He went to Gadsden, got to accommodate the large volume
his daughter and carried her back to of Immigration coming into this
Coalburg, which is a suburb of BiF- port. The station is to be built
mingham. McPheeters made bond on Angel Island, land for that pur-
promptly. pose having already been et aside.
A personal olfficulty ensued between The site selected for the erection
McPheeters and his prospective fath- of this station is on the northeast
er-in-law, in which it is alleged the coast of Angel Island.
latter struck the young man with a
hatchet, chopping up his bat but not MAY INVITE TOGO TO
doing his serious injury. McPheeters NEW YORK CENTENNIA.
had him arrested on the charge of
assault with intent to murder. Wha- By Associated Preo
ley gave $7,000 bond in Birmingham. New York, Jul 14.-The committee
Wednesday the couple again eloped, iamed by Mayor McClellan to conaid-
this time coming to Georgia and s- er plans for submission to the next
needed in having the knot tied. it mayor for the centennary celebration
is said that the prosecution against i 1907 of the first use of steam in
Whaley may be withdrawn and he water navigation, has decided to send
case amicably settled. McPheeter, an invitation to Vice Admiral Togo, of
came from Sylacauga, Ala. He is a the Japanese navy, to attenal on his
son of Robert McPheeters of that to a
place. flagsip.
TELEPHONE COMPANY NEW HAMPSHIRE WANTS
TELEPHONE COMPANY TO ENTERTAIN ENVOYS.
SUFFERS BAD FIRE.
By Associated Press.
By Associated Pres. Portsmouth. July 14.-The state of
Columbus, Ohio., July 14.-Fire ear- New Hampshire desires to participate
y to-day damaged the mechanical ap- in entertaining the Russian and Jap-
p-ratus in the Central Union Tele- anese peace envoys who are to held
phone company's building to such an their conference in this city next
extent that the entire telephone ser- month. Edward N. Pearson, secre-
rice damage will reach perhaps $25,-,tary of state, will cope from Concord


uuu. this evening to confer with Third'As-
Night operators fled for their lives sastant Secretary of State Pierce re-
a& a shout of warning came from tthe guarding arrangements for the aceom-
alley in the rear of the building. Nine i nodation of the envoys and to tender
girls were at work at the time. None; the assistance of the state. It is ex-
of the girls was injured. pected that Mr. Pierce will come to
The fire started in the main termi-. Portsmouth to-morrow.
nal box in the rear room the the third
floor of the building and was under
good headway when discovered. Many Ants, Cow slteds.
cables and the distributing racks, con- On of the mot inter studies of
tanning thousands of wires, were :n insect life is the relationship between
the flames and all were more or less ants and plant lice, or aphids. These
destroyed. plant lice supply hooey dew from the
OFICIA NOTIFIEDues which they take as food from
OFFICIA Y NOTIFIED ants. The ants are very fond of thi
OF WITTE'S APPOINTMENT. sweet substance and care for the
aphids in a manner that seem to us
By Anaociated Press. sumpriingly intelligent. They som
Oyster Bay, N. Y., July 14.-Pre-i- carry them odiy to better
dent Roosevent has been notified offi- me carry the bodily to a better
cially by the Russian government of; feeding round and drive away certain
the appointment of M., Witte, chair-l of their enemie. It is claimed that
man of the committee of mlnlster. they even build sheds of mod in the
:o be principal envoy of Russia to their crtches of shrubs and small tree. On
forthcoming peace conference. The account of this insect relati es p ae
president has expressed satisfaction may trthflly call the ants "farmcra,
at the designation of M. Witte, feel- the aplds "cows" and thee protecting
ing assured- that it means .muea t odi a "cow *h|."--St NKbolu.
Russia to have so eminent a states. -'-_--I__
man on the committee' abd that~ it b a aie
makes for permanent peace beteas see d
the btelerent nations. L p "ie IttoRb st to
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The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
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THEY ARE STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
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Office, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs HIuse.
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'1103 PENSACOU.A JOAuNAL, *AT U*DAY RWn)IK. 3 JI -14 190L S


i S THE THE STRIKE IATREFORMATOIY

THE STT IMPROVEMENTS "BRIN
TH "UT|t IMPALT I
iftr here i I
was
BOARD OF MANAGnERS MEETS AND hous
If our po t y MAKES SOME VALUABLE PRO- But
yoU in, yo C U b a d ad a V ISIO N S F O R ST A T E IN SGIITU -
SbarialE ts 4a. & eat dp d t,,
AAt the recent meetings of the board
Sof managers of the state reform school,
S T located at Mariann, there ere re a I wil
OYS' SUITS made 1T 4. number of important matters passed o Pe
f 1 ; upon and a number of important 1m- 1
Sto stand the use that provement to tae institution provided. or
StThe Jac mevmle Times-tntio has for, says the Jacksonville Times-Union. Crow
S.-ivC, i e, Cnergetic the following rative to the wlk-out It was the frst meeting of the board
Sac lie of twenty-elt attndae at the since the last session of the Florida
b Wll pt them to rC Florida Hospital Irt the ame, at legislature which amenaled the law
Shattahoochee: providing for the commitment of ju-* rAWr S
hCE M riCCS tht l M A sertus aud seatnual state of venile prisoners to the institution, in
Scre at pris affairs seem Aow to e4st the Flor- order to meet and to offset the judicial
ida Hospital- ti the Imi-e. The trou- objections to its validity. With the You
Sastonish you. Ve mae ble was predat pted b Ithe-l ot addi- new law in vogue, the board is of the A
tonal report 4C the otat leialative opinion that with careful and const-
Sa specialty of carrying the committee as publted It mett Satur- ent management the institution will R. M
Sday's Time:e-hW a. will be of great benefit to the state,. said
best 50c Boys' Pants in n Monday, after reading the paper, and will meet the requirements of the
Some thirtyodd of the hite male and state for an institution of the charac- Col
SPCnsacla ComcE c them. female attendants, which includes ter that the Florida legislature had In intC
a bout all of the available force, ten- mind at the time that provisions were tc
dered their resignation, to take effect made for the establishment of the
Sat once, unless D. W. C. Yarbrough school.
in i nm* and wife vacate the premises. Report of the Superititendent. See the Lawns on sale.
S They allege that Mr. Yarbrough The report of the superintendent 500 pairs of Sample Shoe
has been decettful unreliable and a showed that there were admitted dur- made, sizes 6. 6% and 7 on
r M ilEWSBIUP& IW disturbing element ever stace te came ing 1904 two white males, seven col- ma$., $3.5 and 400 Sh
S2$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Sho
C.C.OedSman. Gee. Arnrgur to the nitutituo at the beginning of ored males, one white female andi one Great Rush Sale, $2.48 p
the political campaign, eighteen colored female. There were inmates early for them. They won'
,,,u nitlitiitiilttllill llll-II:lIhfll months ago. They allege that their to the number of forty-two in the
onor and integrity have been grossly school on January 1, 1904. The report See the Pillows on sale.
Sassailed from time to time, unjustly, showed that Duval and Escambia Watch my show window
Pam a H ats without redress or amy investigation counties have been sending the great- Sale on Hats for Men.
Panam a H ats Iby the proper authoriUes, his word est number of juvenile prisoners to One lot of at es' ilne
and actions always bei accepted is the state reform school. One lot of Ladies' iine
Cleaned at final, and while he pied as ihlA r pio- Section 7 of the new law provides duced from $1.5 to 89
tectors was in rm t tdeir traPdcers. that the board of managers shall pro- them.
naa_ f F0l Whereupon their petition and demands vide a mechanical school and cause See the Dress ds on :
Mb eing ignored by te management, the children under their charge to be
N.1 N. P. they felt their duty md honor to them- instructed in mechanical trades. To
NO. **1 N. PALAFOX STREET. selves impelled them to sever their comply with this feature of the law.
relations with the Florida Hospital,, he board of managers authorized the Sale 9 a. m. to
R. IL wH n and at 7 o'clock last night 29 or 30 of superintendent to secure the services
the white ladies and men left the in- of an expert brickmaker and to pro- 6p
W tIhakm, Unarai d stitution, and took the trails to-day vide for a brick manufacturing plant. 6 m.T y.
s" f mrd O** p for their homes, and had to hire their There are a number of excellent de
tr 8 Pasate a Ltet. l.o.d. g own conveyance to take them and posits of clay from which brick can be
Their belongings to the depot. manufactured on the place, and it is
This confusion and discord is much the purpose of the board of managers
I RSELY TOLD. to be regretted by all well-thinking to manufacture a sufficient number ofAS
Sthrobot the tate, whose brick for the erection of a itaNSORSHIP HAS
sy mpathles go out for the welfare of house for the superintendent and other
\ Henderson of MUadcoee, as the unfortunate uoabe and it is hop- officials of the school, separate and BEEN REVIVED
!!.% yesterday on business. ed that the antorities'will be able by apart from the general institution, and IV
l: eAm Carter will return to- their diligent efforts to get all the to build a workshop 40x80 feet, where
Tm. Myrtle Grove. where he has facts and remedy the dlfcuties that there are to be installed lathes and By Associated Presa.
o:n a visit to friends and rela- see to exist, other machinery, and where the boys By APeciateJul 14P-he
The defection of the n moat to be are to be instructed in the various in- ernment censorship, now unler the
d Mrs. Walter Betworth depended on in treatmet of the duetrial trades. direction of General Trepo Asstant
.ind rs. Walnterete sworthe ofp site's unfortunates at this time can There are a number of large de- direction of tGeneral Trepoff, sistant
!:,st Strong street, are the happy be regarded as little less than calam- posits of lime rock, used for building rived with all its oldlr. blanket
Sbaby boesterda y. The names of the atteadants purposes In that part of the state, order has been issued poS lvely pro-
Swho left are as follow: which are located on the land owned hibiting the publication of any news
N Stallworth. of Everreen. a Supervisor. L B. Kemp, Greeasboro; by the school. These quarries are to regarding strike, disorders oor revolu-
:.eut business man of that city Jno. A. Harris, Georgia; J. IL Gboa. be mined for use In improvements at tionary action. s or
"e ye rday on a short bus- Recovery; W. B. maith. Brooksville; the school onar on. .
: '. B. Johnson. Hermitage; M. T. An Imposing Building. Broke Half-Mile Record.
J. E Davis and chlldrae left lemp., Greeabowo; J. IA Goodeon, The dwelling of the superintendent Og kea, U al, ily; o Sam
Sghtl on a Nvsit to friends in Gadsden cotuty; H. D. Alamo, Clarke is to be an imposing building, and is on, of Prov, Utah, h broken
-ii,. Texas. They will be gone Jackson. Rockbluff; J. A. Wells, Pel- to be located near the building where the world's record for half-mile un-
:r two months. ham. Ga.; George Shepari, Mt. Pleas- the children are instructed. This paced professionals at the Saucer
ant; two male attendants, names not building will be used by the other of track here. He covered the distance
ayvr Cha- H Blis rs -urned yes- known; Assistant Supervisor, Misa flcials of the Institution. in 511-5 seconds. This is 12-5 sec.
rmV afitrnooi from Tennessee, Vida Bowers, De Faniak Springs; Miss Provision was made tfor an assistant bonds better than his own previous
wh. lir< head le'n lor several days Fannie Oole, ladepemdence, PVa.; Miss superintendent who is to have charge record of 523-5 seconds.
n. a luslnesh visit. Emma Stram, Mt. Pleasant; Miss Jen of the bookkeeping, and who is to fill
J L. 'Sow(l. Jr of Brewton, one Die Johnson, Quincy; Miss Lena Haw- the office of superintendent at the in- w Ilveatie Are Madc.
h leading merchants of that thrv- kins and Miss Rs L.ee Gregory, Syc- stitution when the superintendent is e e t f r in.
S: town, was a registered guest at more; Miss Dora Davis Marianna; on other parts of the school property Yb grat majority of practial in
Mcrchantb yesterday. Miss Susie Grason, Faceville, Ga.; or absent on business. This was ventios are made by a group of men
Miss Esther Lnler, Sneeds; Miss thought necessary In order to main- of whom the public never hears. These
.n. defendants were before Re- Jessie McPhat, Mt. Pleasant; Miss tain discipline among the children and men are members of one of the most
r lAney in the municipal court Clare Trammel, Lakehad; Misses An- to maintain the oaegree of dignity complicated and highly organized of
-iday morning for trial. Of this nie and Bertha Compbell, of Quincy; about the institution which the board the modern professions. Every great
"r ai l m et foultnd guilty an Miss Ruby McCaskey, laketa deems essential to Its success. manufacturing concern maintains, nn-
imposed amounting to $27 anl It was decided to bore a six-inch ar- der one head or another, an "inven-
LAST STAGE OF THE tesian well for the school, and to put tons department," employing men who
:thern Hoe;, arrivals: W. R. Tay- in an excellent system of sewerage on are paid various salaries simply to de-
: I Avery and wife. city; AUTOMOBILE RACE. the most approved and healthful plan. velop inventions. They are supplied
W r.. U. 6. N.:; W. J. Conolly, -- There will be an elevated tank, capa-ni
S- T. E. Planners. Dublin, Ga.; By Asociated Preas. ble of holding 10,000 gallons, erected, every mechanical appliance to fa-
SMaertoa, 'a : Geo. W. Ward, Portsmouth, N. H, July 14.-What There is excellent drainage at the cilltate their work. The bills are paid
t..i was expected to be the last stage of school, and there will be no trouble in; by the company, and every Invention
A ..-v~r finally large crowd at- the automobile trip from New York providing the sewerage. they make is assigned to ^be company
. fre hbnd concert gien at to the White Mountains for the Glid- Other matters of Importance were "In consideration of salary and one dol-
". qare last night byv Wyers den trophy la which about 30 cars are discussed, and it was also decided to lar." And it Is these unknown men,
s usua spemnt a rmost plea. entered was begun from this sity to- make a number of needed improve- grappling with the everyday, practical
-, usThe band aendvrd a- day. The weather was excellent and nients to the main buildings, problems of great manufactories, who
L. The band each number the last of the party had left before The accounts of the superintendent make most of the inventions of Im-
ro a. lau fr e 10 o'clock. All machines were in were audited and reports considered, mediate commercial value. World's
: t. p t good condition. The members of the board of man- Work.
agers of this institution are as fol-
ns of Ross Buckingham. Abeat Ti8, 1 ]W": The Maki f *a "Co*ert."
.- man who expired at hisw Laai-Mr. irtboatt is so lMee Board of Managers. There are two kinds of inferior CO-
"r a ou thr er-i r th yCu a mf table. W. H. Milton. of Mariann, chair- rots-the "Corot de commerce," which
ondcdy lternod at the fse-mil Friend-Why 6 e mv? m te man: W. D I Palmeri of Orlando; M. the dealers almost compelled the mas-
conduc'ted at the family re -Yy Id asket himel itodlady- L. Dekie of Marianna; Judge L. J.
"'w inlr.rment made in the i At my rert. I e hi to Ra eeves, of Pensacola. and Dr. J1 C. ter to sell them, whereas he thought
:n l-rerv. A large con- gSrace te athr day, ed hae d I.'Engle. of Jacksonville. Dr. L'Engle them hardly worthy of a frame, minor


ni:- and relatives of the Lord, we nmd thy 1p to ke V and Mr. Palmer, who were present at works such as a painter has about him
,Ui. J the services. thankftl fr what we are about to re the meeting of the board of managers. and generally paints over, and the pie-
ealve. -Clevelaad Leadr. both express the opinion that the in tures of imitators which "le Pere Co-
:i<'h1na lacking to the stitution will be of great Falue to the rot" was too good natured to condemn.
F ..ior. Insist on your; 2T to Ma. state. When the anxious owner brought him
v you Blue Ribbon *Onracous, Elste* exeatlaled the Bt- a beautiful landscape for authori-
S'.:;a Extracts. Takes SG c s mgotlher. V am y ahot- station the old man was very reluctant
Srf ec Ing th at brte a f Why T lls to deny the work. "It is certainly not
: ,a.'. t y hte qeyat me Wlt* N ature T ellsl o a Corot," he would say, "but It is so
Y of a Finre By. E got t e qet, th way w re nearly one! It wants so little! Only
S harles Oostello were plh.At4" rapJed **. papa As Many a Pensacola Reader Knows that' And he very often put "that" in
n ineh boy. there eotng hme late qFe yi ."-Pi. Too Well. on the spot and made a Corot of it-
S th reported as doing i elphis Prea When the kidneys are sick. London Chronicle.
I Nature tells you all about it.
**Doe your w bo l 46er'atMe a Infrequent or too frequent action; A man who took his dress coat to
S| trbleP getting srlb i"?' Any urinary trouble tells of kidney his tailor and asked him to make a
Walter S Ho t ',W tt up" t yat ills. dinner coat to match learned some-
Sll U ean by t -.' ae rtw a has Pensacola people testify to this. thing new.
a .: Dealer in ee -rats- t the e e J. M. Bullard, a shoemaker, resid- *I have the same kind of cloth," said
rea and eae coming."-Pue. ing at 120 st Intendenc street, the tailor, "but it not the piece from
cyes, BicydeS off and on for years. The secretios w mNo
am aetmd a Me_ sere irregular, distressing and annoy- wiNl notice the difference, although I
a love am S-r ht fl l After sitting at my work my might as well tell you that no two
and Fi l to tw h I hat M ara back would become lame and sore, pieces of black cloth, especially wool-
CYCL Eto RbPr iM ma n d anche severely. I procured Doa's I ens, are exactly alike in color. There's
CYCLES REPAIRED. b -Y I g W Kidney Pills at Sidney Kahn's drug no use hunting around town to fnd a
1LES REPAIRE store, Number 9, South Palafox street. better match than this one."--Chicago
CYCLES FOR RENT. and while I cannot say that they cur- Inter Ocean.
At the WeV g I*am ed me, as I have only used one box.
'* .' Cash Registers, Type "yes my yar pIina aep" a they have given me marked elet. I A Littl A
',lt Pisis Locks and Umi gwat dal ft Tak" fat e *. have a friend, a carpenter, who ]Rtls boate once tried to get a
n aird d h ofe swears by Doan's Knidney Pst ad he Batgo witness to give his idea of ab-
". Scissors, a, o a lft n told me he consider they are -.. i a wt
wers. tcissore best e d for the back and kid- tmdee "We d wit-
lin n-f n that he ever used. am. who was a typical New bgl~ad
',, plee line eys ea the Aer sale by ll dealer. Pre 6 Yankee, "I should say that a man who
3. --- ceb L ~rbrnts. poster-Milburn Co.. Bqfale. N i tbooght he'd left his Watdbt n to and
A ftSw na Tk yL m b le to r.. sole agents for the United Itates. took it euan his pocket to a1m It Wh
EAST INTENDENC4A ST. taM y s bwer tG mR "-DBaames - tp go ha ,a get oft aV" a WS. l
PHONE t113. (yke t 6 o ii


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G OUT YOUR DEA

the con=ti us cry from the drivers of wagons, as they passed from
e toouse throw i he streets of London during the black plague.
this not all. Bore the winding up of my


I-Summer Rush Sale on July

l place such bargains on my counters which will astonish the people
erstcole and surrounding country Those of you who are hoarding
he future, bring out your dead dollars and come with the
d to


;Largest and Grandest Rush

will never have a better chance of investing your money than this.
my Clothing all my Shoes, all my Notions, all my Dry Goods and
L Goods will be slaughtered regardless at cost up to July 20. As I
before, this will be the greatest shopping event in Pensacola.
ie to the sale, I will only quote a few prices m my shoe department,
as space is scarce in these columns this week. Here they areas


s, all hand-
ily, regular
oes in my
pair. Come
t last long.

for a Rush
Slippers re-
pair. See
Sal..


Three cases of Misses' Slippers, re-,
duced from $1.50 to 98c pair. See
them.
One case of Child's Slippers, 9 to
11, reduced from $1.25 to 89c pair.
One case of Misses' Slippers, 11 to
2. reduced from $1.50 to 98c pair.
8% to 11 Child's Fine Shoes, re-
duced from $1.25 to 75c pair.
Ladies' Fancy Patent Strap Slippers
reduced from $2.50 to $1.65.
Ladies' Beaded Strap Slippers, fancy
toes, reduced from $2.50 to $1.65.


Beaded Strap Slippers f
$1.35.
Ladies' Kid Strap SI1
$1.50 to $1.15.
Odds and Ends in Ladi
and Oxfords reduced from
Brawner's Rush Sale.
1,000 pairs of Men's PI
at a sacrifice in New York
$3.00 to $6.00, sizes 30 t
measure, in my Rush Sa
$3.00 pair.
Choice of all my 50c an
mer Underwear in my Ru
Ladies' Skirts on sale.


F.E.BRAWNER, g
Conduct


TWO MILLION DOAR PRIZE
FOR A TUBERCULOSIS CURE


Bill to This Effect Introduced


RUSSIAN TROOPS

JOIN IN REVOLT


in Bra-


zilian Congress-Boundary Dis- By Associated Press.
Tiflis July 14.-A regiment of Rus-
pute With Bolivia, sian sappers, stationed at a small vil-
lage in the mountains near here, mur-
By Assocated Press. dered all the officers and it is rumored
New York, July 14.-The Journal: has joined the reolutionists.
de Brazil, according to a Rio de Jan-I
eiro dispatch to the Herald, asserts During the season of early vege-
that there are serious differences be- tables and unripe fruits, diarrhoea
tween Brazil and Bolivia about the and bowel disorders are prevalent.
demarkation of the boundary line. The Calais' Simaruba Bowel Tonic stops
commisasiners ignore the whereabout;i the fermentation, kills the poisonous
of some points mentioned in the Pet- germs and cures in a short time. Price
ropolls treaty. 25c. Sold at White's Pharmacy.
Senor Mendicos, a deputy, has in-
troduced a bill offering a prize of Our G Idea "Cold Waves."
$2,000,000 to the discoverer of an eff- We Americans are always talking
cacious remedy for tuberculosis, about our mountains of gold and coal
-- sAn4- -* o4r rA&-#minio o0 corn-An


MAN AND WIFE DROWNED BY
FOUNDERING OF A ROW BOAT
By Associated Press.
Ogdensbur, N. Y., July 14.-Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Kerouac, of St. Her-
bert, who have only been married a
year, have been drowned together in
Lac Grand Fouche by the leaking and
subsequent foundering of a boat in-
which they were rowing. Mrs. Du-
mont, a sister of Mrs. Kerouac. who;
accompanied them, was picked up
alive after having been in the water,
for three or four hours.
ENGLISHMEN SALUTED
THf FRENCH HOLIDAY.
By Associated Press a
Brest. July 14.-The British squad-
ron dressed with bunting, fired a sa-
lute of 21 guns to-day in honor of the
French national holiday. Later th-
crews of the British ship, headed by
their bands, when ashore where they
were accorded an enthusiastic recep-
tion and participated in various festiv-
ities.
HEAVY RAINS INJURE
CROPS IN VIRGINIA.
By Associated Press.
Norfolk, Va. July 14.-The heavy
rains of the last two weeks are re-
ported to have seriously injured crops
in eastern Virginia and North Caro-
lina, particularly cotton in eastern
North Carolina, and it is feared that
cotton growers in that section will
lose heavily as a result.
OLDEST MEMBER OF K. OF P.
DIES OF HEART FAILURE.
By Associated Press.
Rock Island, Ill.. ulyv i4.-Richar.l
Wartham, the oldest member of the
Knights of Pythias, died of heart
failure at home here to-day. He was
Seventy years old and was the last
surviving charter member of the orig-
inal lodge organized at Washington,
D. C., in 1882.





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HOT WEATHER


Say" am Suoak tat

ce Has Hurt,

.l's T~'SCUL


and iron, of our fat noas or corn and
wheat, but few of us ever realize that
we have in our ellmate a great advmn-
tage over al, Qter nations. In the
cold wave walt n summer and win-
ter so often sebep acras the land
and sends the thermometer tumblrng
80 degrees in alet as many minutes
we have a eonstaat, a never diminish-
ing asset of priceless value. The wave
acts as a tonic; but, unlke any tonic
made by man, It carries no reaction.
No other land has cold waves like ours.
To the cold dry air of this periodic
cold wave, which brings extraordinary
changes of temperature, we owe much
of the keen alert mind, the Incessant,
unremitting energy of our American
race.-Century.
Nausea and E rr Skld.
In eases of violent nausea when all
other remedies have failed the skin of
a perfectly fresh egg is an almost im-
mediate relief. If the first skin does
not have the desired effect two more
will cause a cessation without fall.
This has been tried successfully hi
cases of cholera under the eye of a phy-
clan who acknowledged he had tried
every known remedy in the pharmaco-
poeia. The egg skin is said to form a
new coating temporarily for the stom-
ach. The skin of an egg Is the part that
clings tightly to the inside of the shelL
It can be given with milk or water and
should be rolled up into as small a dose
as possible.
Leodon PlaybemmW.
In the London playhouses there Is an
air of comfort and quiet luxury not
always evident in our own theaters.
The auditoriums are usually very
small, but the seats and aisles are
spacious, and the furnishings and dec-
orations suggest a drawing'room rath-
er than a place of public amasement
The atmosphere is further accentuated
by the evening clothes of be
which are compulsory.-San rp~rac
Argonaut.


Foretheught.
An English contemporary telsa s
ry of an unusual exhibition of fore-
thought by an Irishman. At a certals
lecture there was a little disturbance.
and the lecturer's head was broke. 'It
Isn't much," he said;, "It wld be al
right If we only had a bit of taking
plaster."
"Here's a bit, sir." aid a muselar
spectator. "I always puts some ya my
pocket agin the Sathurday night"
Tbe Cousetueie ad.
It is a noticeable fact t all eautri
batioa to the "coasclee frad" are
made anmmoaaui Can t be that the
man wit a conalcse 1i always
ashamed o t? m Tra-eriOt.-


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'rom $2.00 to
ippers trom
ies' Slippra
$1.50 to 5c,
ants, bought
Worth from
to 50, waftl
le, $1.50 to
nd 75c Sum-
sh Sale, 39c.



and

r of Sale.


DIRECTORY

CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednes-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pre-
ent. Z. W. IRKPHNrS.
W. L. DELAY, President
Secretary.
Pensacola xLdge No. 3, K. of P,
meets every Monday evening at :M4
o'elook at tthir Castol Hl Blomt
Watson building, corner Pal~ t u ad
Garden atreeta Visitiag brethrn e
diaHly welcomed
IL C. VON wa KUmid0. 0 .
L. HOsLUEtl K. at R. a .

Ratmbome tIod4ei
o0 K. of P., meets ry
_Tbqreft y ev'e- ;t -
o'eto0k in the iek dtb
ha. third o2 1
Watson bI atI
w et corner Nlatie and
arde strets. Vintin- kigat *r ar
codi&tay welcosed
a R CBRUT I, C.
C. J. Ley, K. of R. & 5&

Knights of Columbus.
SMeetJogs of the;
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hall
No. 8 West Intendf.'
cia street, n every
Monday evening as
7:30 o'clock. An la.
vitation Is extended
to visiting Knights.
JOHNB. JONaS
EDM. FOX Grand KA it.
Recorder.
PMnmacoia Le odge 4, L O. 0.1.
Pensacola Lodge Na 4, L 0. a. Ip
meets every Thurr ed aWtclat 7: :
at the new hall on W e s-t Ad
street Visitings brthtren cardily
Invted. N. A. NELSON, N.
BR. WITKOVSKI, Bearetary.
RESEKAH 18TER&
Naoal Iodge No 10, BebekaL ea
terms eets every Monday nalt at
8 o'clock in L 0. 0. F. Hap Vig
citing s terf cordially invited to 'e
present MwSB N*ITA M. LaZ OTT.
MISS MAMNI FRB AN, Seetary.'
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We9Wdaps in eV 3 moath Vi-4tin
sovereigns w- anltb
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1505.


GOING AWAY?
When you leave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensacola
Journal follow you. Notify circula-.
tion manager, Phone 88.

Anarchists may want to blow up
PrN Vin- iLht. ha i..s d nan h


# THE BATTLESHIPS
OF THE FUTURE.
9 ---
? New Orleans Picayune.
*
iMMHMM x :, r zr zz


w zari .lh UIIULm Uya, 4JUt UUo oe a
yet appeared that wants his Job. r The principal innovation which has
Resulted In the construction or rather
Buzzard's Bay is the appropriate armament, of battleships, as a result
name of the place where Masaachu- of the war in the Far East, will be the
setts is to build a hospital for lepers.' icrease in the number of the large
calibre guns and the total elimination
The departments at Washington a of the guns of the intermediate cal-
a.. t b ... a r_ t o ibers. The experience of the battle
pears to be running a race to see ofAugust 10. 1, off Port Arthur,
which can produce the biggest scan- gave the first impetus to the determi.
daL nation to use more guns of large cali-
S- Iber at the expense of the intermediate
Secretary Taft has landed nl Hono-; calibers. That battle proved the value
lulu. Reports of an earthquake in of long-range firing, in which only the
the Hawaiian Islands are momentarily heaviest guns are of any value against
expected. armored ships.
eted. As a result of the experience of the
Those eighteen-hour New York-Chl- battle of August 10, modifications were
immediately made by the British gov-
cago trains should carry a wreck-proof ernment in the batteries of the King
car on the rear end, supplied with an Edward elass of battleships then com-
undertaker and a preacher. pleting and nearly ready to the comn-
I missioned by the elimination of four
The attack of Lumbago suffered by of the 6-inch guns and the substitu-
Egineer Stevens increases with every tion of two 7.2-inch guns, and the de-
new case of Yellow Jack that develops termination to equip the Lord Neison
on the Istehmose'ol Jack a class of battleships then and still
on the s o ambulding with ten 9.2-inch guns in
.place of the large number of 6-inch
Mr. Schwab has again been com- guns usually installed in battleships
missioned to build a modern navy for These 9.2-inch guns are of course to
Russia. This makes about four mod- be in addition to the four 12-inch guns
ern navies he is to build for the with which all British battleships are
I provided.
Czar. The experience of the battle of the
Sea of Japan has thoroughly con-
An exchange cites as an example of Of Japan has so thoroughlycon-
enz nance cte fac at emr R firmed the faith in'the efficiency of the
freed finance he fact that Mr. oo large guns that the British government
gave up a $300.000 law practice to ac- has decided to Immediately lay dbwn
cept an $8,000 position as Secretary a new battleship to be completed and
of State. commissloped in eighteen months, to
be called the Dreadnought, which will
It is said there is a large deposit mount ten 12-inch guns, and no guns
of coal on the Isthmus. Now it somq- of Intermediate caliber whatever. This
one will discover an ice mine there enormous battery will require a tessel
one w 18,000 tons, but Lne ship, in spite of
the future prosperity of the country that immense weight, will have a com-
ill be assured. paratively light draft, secured by very
ll reat,,beam. and will have the Im-
It was real mean of those Russian menm speed for a battleship of twen-
terrorisTs to undermine the Czar's t knots. The British navy will thus
palace and place several hundreltake the lead in building a battleship
pale ad pe s l with no guns smaller than 12-inch cali-
pounds of dynamite under his sleep- her except the light secondary battery
Ing chamber just as he was about to rapid-fire guns. Intended to fight off
retire thereto for a well earned sum- torpedo boats. Aside from immense
me vacation. gun power, practically double that of
the present-day battleship, the Dread-
i Judge Samuel B. Browne, of Mobile, nought will have the great advantage
of having to handle only one sort of
who has always rigidly enforced his big ammunition very one sortnt
rule with reference to tardy witnesses I osnideration.
was a victim thereto himself a day 7 That the British'navy has had ex-
or so ago when he appeared on the ceptional advantages for observing the
bench afew minutes late. He prompt-i rests of the present war, is now
bench a few minutes late. He prompt-known for certain, it being admitted
13 instructed the clerk to enter ~,that British officers have been allowed
iShe against him of $10 which was on board the Japanese vessels during
later, however, upon suggestion of the the campaign as observers and naval
clerk, reduced to $1, as in other oases. attaches. This privilege was of course
The fine was paid promptly.
UEUT. PEARY'S T h cf g P ited Mur.
* ARCTIC VOYAGE.
Lietenant Peary will start on his e dmee, 19 5 a
search for the north pole within a few TOE of
days with the most carefully prepared
expedition that has ever headed across 1
the Arctic circle, confident of success.
SThe entire expense of the venture has 1
been borne by Americans, hence there
is more than usual interest in this
country in the hazardous undertaking. or advRera
The Age-Herald has the following to
say relative to the voyage: 9F 0E
Robert E. Peary, who is an officer
oa leave of the United States navy. AIL
has not only built a stout ship. the
Roosevelt, but he has obtained all The following figures show The Pen-
ands needed in his new effort to reach sacola. Journal's circulation for each
the north pole. The money was ob- day during the month of June, 1905,
trained through the Peary Arctic Club with the average number of copies
of New York, and the cost of the ex- daily:
edition stands at $150.000. June 1 4,600 June 16 4,460
Into the new ship and the prepara- June 2 4,480 June 17 4,450
teas for the new expedition goes all June 3 4,450 June 18 4,700
Ihe experience that Peary had ac- June 4 4,700 June 19 .....
aired in previous Polar travels andiJune 5 ..... June 20 4400
of all other men engaged in like work. June 6 4,500 June 21 4,450
The dash to the pole will not occur June 7 5000 June 22 4,450
this year. The remainder of this sea- June 8 4,40 June 23 4,460
n will be devoted to the establish- June 4,40 June 24 4,700
mat of bases and food sections, and' June 10 4,460 June 25 4800
the procurement of dogs and natives June 11 4,700 June 26 .....
for the work of next summer, when June 12 ..... June 27 4,480
Peery hopes to stand at the north June 13 4,460 June 28 4,450
pote. The base of the expedition will June 14 4,450 June 29 4,480
be located at the farthest practic- June 15 4,480 June 30 4,460
able northward point, so that the gap Total to* the month.......117,100
between it and the pole can be crossed Average per day.. ...... 4,504
ia one quick dash of fully acclimated
mea and dogs. It is a bold, brave at- I beteby certify that the above state-
tempt to overcome the rigors of the ment is correct according to the rec-
Arctic climate In order to find some- words on lie ia this office.
thing that has sentimental value only. H. R. SMITH[,
Paery eaanot even annex the pole to Circulation Mgr.
the newly founded empire of the Unit- -
d*S tates, for Canada already claims Sworn to and subscribed before me
r1. -le aa simply look at the spot, thin 23th day 1o June 1905.
a4d hrry hack to his food supplies J. p. TOKB,
a$ warmr wether. Notary Pa bc.
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SCurrnt Comment from

I Mr. Bryan's Commoner :



So far nothingbut trouble has been he forgot to mention his little plan of
dug up in Panam. curing the trust evil by socially ostra-
* citing the trust ipagnates.
To date we have received no report * *
of Fourth of July casualties in the Secretary Shaw is now quite san-
Philippines. guine that if he can collect more mon-
* e) than the government spends during
The Wisconsin law compelling perl- the next .twelve months the deficit at
odical distribution of the surplus is a the end of the next fiscal year will be
wise one. materially reduced. The secretary is
* rapidly depriving General Grosvenor
Will the loss of that $20,000 a year of his reputation as the champion
"retainer" remthd Mr. DepeW of a 'flggerer."
funny story? C
The czar's attention is called to the
The heads of the big insurance com- fact that "A republic is the strongest
panies were strenuous defenders of form of government because," accord-
the nation's honor In 1896. ing to Bancroft, "discarding the imple-
ments of terror it dares to build its
The Fifth July dispatches read citadel in the hearts of men."
very much lik the casualty reports ? *
from the battle In Manchuria. How is PIaul Morton going to cinch
* any individual members of the Equit-
The reign of graft sees to be able ring? He is the personification
about over. The people once aroused of the idea that in order to punish the
can accomplish any needed 'rform. criminal member of a corporation the
* corporation must be fined.
How many United States senators * *
are on the pay roll of the great insur- If Mayor Dunne ever feels discour-
ance companies? Senator Depew was. aged because of the obstacles thrown
* in the way of municipal ownership let
Ftor ale-A conscience. Apply to him remember that the victory is
those lawyers who for retainers given great in proportion to the difficulties
employ their legal ability in aid of surmounted.
grafters, exploiters and boodlers.
A contemporary says that "the
When Joseph Benson Ibraker writes known Rockefeller gifts now amount
his opinion of Uncoln J. Steffens it to $51.272,666." Does our contempo-
will make an ordinary fre alarm sound rary mean to insinuate that there have
like the ticking of a watch. been some Rockefeller donations with-
* out brass band accompaniment?
The administration is being very *
much surprised at the appearance of The democrats of Ohio have gone
some Panama canal diiculties that Into the campaign with an excellent
the general public was well aware of platform anl with a ticket as good as
all along, the platform. PatUsao was one of the
* insurance presidents who did not try
UI there is any form of larceny that to coerce their policy holders in 1896.
the directors of the suitable did not *
practice it may be brought out in the President Roosevelt is very anxious
investigation of the New York Life to know why the Chicago grand jury
and the Mutual. has not do n more. in the beef trust
S case. Probly for, the same reason
That Chicago grand jury went right that the maf who went gunning for
ahead indicting individuals just as if ducks with a brass band came home
it were not its duty to let the individ- without a feather.
uals go and make a bluff at indicting *
the corporations. Noting that The Commoner says,
* "The wood are -.tfll of wide-awake
Anxious Reaser: Yes, it was twen. democrats,'" the Sioux City Journal
ty thousand a year that Senator De asks: "Why don't they come out?"
pew drew from the equitable. Hi:; What, come out now and let a lot of
salary from the New York ife and grafters protected by the administrp-
the Mutal is not yet known. tion swipe all their nice new summer
* clothes?
The old saying that "you have to S
die to beat the insurance company" is Washington city policemen have
out of date. Many eminent gentlemen been warned not to engage in conver-
have been beating the Insurance com- station with "coachmen, footmen or
panies while still it the flesh. other like menials." Very often the
* only difference between one of these
President Hadley was so pleased at menialss" and a senator or other pub-
the opportunity to announce a million lie official is that the "menial" earns
dollar gift from Mr. Rockefeller that his money.


PROPIuSEO MONUMENT
TO WM. WEATERFORD.
Mobile Register.


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There is talk of erecting a monu-
ment to the memory of William Weath-
erford at the site of his grave on Little
River, Baldwin county. Weatherford
was a remarkable man, but he was
also an Indian. He-led the attack on
Fort Mims, August 30, 1812, of which
horrible affair Brewer says:
In the fort were 245 men under arms,
commanded by Major Daniel Beasley.
of the volunteers from the Natchez
country; and 308 women and children,
negroes and ,friendly Indians. A re-
rolc defense was made, but, unpre-
pared and overpowered, the men were
slain in fight, and then non-combat-
ants (the women and children) butch-
ered in a revolting manner. Less than
fifty escaped, and the fort was left a
smoking ruin. It exceeded in atrocity
and barbarity any massacre that has
ever occurred within the limits of the
United States. .
Pickett's story of-the massacre is
even more terrible. Piekett, it is
true, says that Weatherford shrank
from the scene of butchery and tried
to stay the hands of his savage follow-
ers but those who propose the monu-
ment to the chief declare "He was the
chosen leader of the warlike Creeks.
In council his word was law, and in
battle his word was command." There.
Oore, they, at least must regard him
as responsible for what took place at
Fort Mims.
Weatherford, I4ter, made. his peace
with the white pIople, and Itd to be
respected personally by many of them;
but why a monument to him by the
whites? Hasn't dome'one made a
mistake?

Just for Pun,
With Joy she stgod upon the altar
Upom her weddfgl day, .
And slyly took the oath to "honor,"
Love, cherish ad ao-bey*."'
-St. tlsr Ttt-Distch.

ead IThe J i W t .

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The Traveler's Dream.
A little room in a little hotel,
In a little country town,
On a little bed, with musty smell,
A man was lying down.
A great big man with a great big
snore-
For he lay on his back, you see-
And a peaceful look on his face he
wore,
,For sound sleep was he.
In his dreams what marvelous trips
he made,
What heaps of stuff he sold!
And nobody failed, and everyone paid,
And his orders were good as gold.
He smiled, and smothered a scornful
laugh
When his fellow commercials crow-
ed,
For he knew no other had sold tre
half
Of what his order book showed.
He got this letter from home one
day-
"Dear Sir-We've no fitter term
To use in your case than to simply
say
Henceforth you are one of the firm,"
And a glorious change was made In
his life,
He now from the road withdrew;
And, really, soon got to know his wife,
His son and his daughter, too.
But with a thump-bang-wang-.
thump-bang! again,
The "boots" had knocked at t:
door:
"It's very near time for that 6:10
train!"
The commercial's dream was o'er.
-London Tid Bits.

The Monticello News says: "Galnes-
ville may thank her public spirited
citizens for their untiring efforts to-
ward securing the State University,
but she owes more to the practically
solid backing she got from the coun-
try newspapers all over the state.
These latter showed that public seatr
meet was for fair division, alndl
were overruled and set asIde tLW
plas ot Soltcis." a s


Oklawaha Improvement.
An important meeting of Lake coun-
ty citizens was held in Leesburg on
the 4th inst, when Messrs. Iste.l,
,Bishop, Hazard, Powers and Newell
of Eustis and Messrs. :Dozier, Bud'i.
Moore, Hanson, Bfird and Smith of!
-Leesburg conferred with Hon. S. M.
Sparkman relative to securing in ap-
propriation from congress to be used!
in making the Oklawaha' river navig-
able. Mr. Sparkman replied encour--
agingly to the committee, expressing.
his appreciation of the Importance of
the work sought to be ccomplisheIl,
and said he thought that, on proper
presentation of the value of the river
to commerce, the amount of money
necessary could be secured. It was
agreed at the meeting to make the
effort to secure the information that
will be required by the government
engineer for his report that will be
made after his visit to the lakes, andi
on which report the appropriation
must be based. Steamers formerly
plied the river from Palatka to the
lakes, and it is expected that the
steamer service will soon be resumed.
Apart from its commercial impor-
tance, the Oklawaha river is one of
the most desirable tourist routes in
Florida and the charm of the upper
river is incomparable.-Leesburg Com-
mercial.


After the Blind Tigers.
Some of the Florida courts are get-
ting hot after the blind-tiger evil.
There were several of these offenders
brought to Justice in Volusia county
recently and fined from $25 to $250
each. All the talk abo'-t the impossi-
bility of enforcing a prohibition law
is bosh. Only two things are needed
to enforce prohibition-a just and ade-
quate prohibitory law and conscien-
tious, fearless execution of that law,
and wherever prohibition is a failure
it is due to one or the other of these
causes, usually the latter.-DeLan-
Southern Witness.
The Advance in Cotton.
Cotton is going up again almost by
leaps and bounds, ani those of our
farmers who were able to do so and
took the advice of the Breeze in refer-
ence to holding back the staple are
now reaping the benefit. And this is
one of the many ways in which a di-
versification of crops comes in. With
plenty of feed and food crops, wl:;i
liberal gardens, good millk cows well
cared for and a yard of chickens that
have the proper attention, the farmers
are in a position to hold on to a crop!
like coiton until the proper time'
comes te turn it loose, but with noth-
ing but that to depend upon and its
sale forced as soon as it is out of
the boll, the producer is at the mercy
of the speculator.-DeFuqiak Breeze.


Sponge For Mattresses.
From the keys this morning a
sponge boat arrived with a cargo for
the mattress factory. The sponge
was clean and nice and presented a
pretty appearance as it was piled -on
the boat.-Miami Record.
Stretched a Little.
The Florida newspapers are record-
ing the killing of a monster rattle-
snake in Levy county, measuring 13
feet 7% inches In length, and having
thirty-six rattles "and a button." The
story may be true, but intending irm-
migrants or persons desiring to visit.
the county named shoaid remember
,that this is the time of the year when
the temperature is distinctly encour-
aging to the inventive faculties, and
that nothing is ever quite so bad as
it seems.-Tallahassee True-Demo-
crat.
To Work on New Road.
A large crowd of negroes was car-
ried to Key Largo yesterday by the
Lady Lou. They were taken there to
work on the right of way for the
railroad extension across that key.-
Miami Record.
Didn't Take the Hint.
The Chipley Banner tells of a "cer-
tain young lady" of that town who
sent for a copy of the Banner. ITh1
messenger said she would have come
for it herself, but was afraid she
would get her name in the paper if
she did. And yet Editor Jones didn't
take the hint. But, perhaps, she was
indignant because he was about to go
to Apalachicola for a bride.-Jacksoa-
ville Times-Union.


Mr. 8mith-Was she in a black or
red automobile?
Mrs. Smith-She was going so fast
I didn't notice that. But he had o9
a white yacht hat, wih a blue bad--
a Vhite shirt waat trhimed in p k-
2a Okt- she ha b-uer
t 5fig Sj d at br xa. ,


grated becauwe e
andtk Ja ai
memorable battle I
will be a'Ilab
sererrs who w -
battle and had dt
ties for observing
make their rep"ts
Japan has alo
tion of the l seo
ciding to construe
ton battleship car
battery of four 124-
inch guns. Here a
intermediate caib
been completely. 4
Instead of keepllg
big guns. as the Bi
Jaapnese will btre
This country will


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WM. H. KNOWLES, President
THOSE. W. BRENT, AssL Cashier.


W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres an 1 (:.a
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cai.er.


FIRST


NA TIONAL BANK,

of Pon"alo, Fla.


DIRECTORSo F, C Brent, W. A. Blount, Wim H. Knowles

W, KC Hyr-, JtI D G. Brent


rnIEIU Im HESTIC EXOUMNE UNIT AII SOL


Vessels disbursed upon the Mos
Favorable Terms, and their obl.
gatlons taken Payable at Port of
DestinatIon Ten Days After Ves
sel Arrive then


Safety Deposit Baoes For Rent, in Connection with which w,
hae a Private Department for the use of Renters.


SvbtngS Pj ftment-Interest Paid on De-

po Sft at RMte of 4 per ent per Annum.
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Citizens National Bank,
of rusaeola, lortle.
Oeo.W WhBt, Morris ear, I we 0
01x M. RoMtmso. L. lto Grsea.
A UEN!RAL BANKING 8 USINES TRANSACTED.


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J. S. REESLO, President. E.W. MENEFEE, Ca<: "
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.

THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
DiremtW--L J. Reeves, J. 8. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary.
W. A. D'Alemberte, i. A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICJ'(:P e


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T. E. Gartland,

B.Iutcr mi GosW Grocer,

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people iw don't cre
4 have thdr. washing
ofe by the "old-fasb
.-wasA er wer woman
dwta.1g the 1ot months,
ad wvft it e ts cober
they. fte the atlangement
Veft thby cotinaume,
Bd tflre $Il are.

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LE UL UVWmSEinETS.
NOTICE.
Printing Supreme Court Repor*.
Bids will be received by h. B,
Commissioners of State In.ir", ,.
Tallahassee, Florida until 2n, '
August, 1905. for the prin-in ,-
binding of the following nan' *
umes of the Supreme Court ;
Volumes 44. 47 and 48, compr '
decisions of the Supreme C .
the June term, 190M. and the -
and June terms, 1904.
All bids must be seed an,
ed to The Board of Conmals,
State Institutiona, Talthass.. "
da.
The printing and bindin
done in the State of Florj).
work must be cc.spleted w.i.
ty days from the date of the "
All copy is to be received h,>
tractor at the Attorney Gen .
Sce. and proof delivered a.
there. All work when conip :
be delivered there. 190 o :
sheep and 400 with paper
each number are required. "
1. f. book paper; size of pa
number of volume printed
of each page; about 700 a-,
volume; model 134 Mo. R,
No more copies shall be '
no sales made upon pena:
feature of five hundred do
Details of the proposed "
be had upon application
tary of the Board of C;,r: -n
of State nstltutions Ta.lla, -
N. B. BR" '
lulyoaw5w ;
OUTSTANDING COUNTY
WARRANTS WILL BE PEP.
Pensacola, Fa., July 2 !
All outstanding warrant **
the Sue and forfeiture fIinM i .-: :
via county, registered up ." '-
be paid on presentation. Par"
lag said warrants are recuir'l
sent same for payaet. as as al :
a' these warrats ceases rnfr- 'I
,_ .,. ...J. I.WILULIA3I
SConty Treatsa. -.


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We draw orr own Bills of E-
enange on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, Frane, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Melgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European oountrles.


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Steam, Domstic, Anthracite A
and BlairsmthCO L
Offlc -No. .1 South P aftx street. Tephoe 3.
Yards on Zarragoesa and onale streets. Pbo, &


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t the the British I done in the case of erie t Dyton. .
meptiesal pportunl- the plans tt Dreaolglt .wo ferries will be operated next
all that oc0rred It is evident, therefore, that in the Teaso frrms w be operated netona

Ihow n her applies great navies confidence in the big bat- be ac. Te county commist ner
r e the wrr by de- tiehipB has been fully confirmed, and hare rated permts for ten yero
Sat oe a 1,00- the type is to be made bigger and have tfor H.erry rom illevan dk to the
ryfn the enormous more powerful guns than ever. Here- oth oaf ferry fm lie' brido to the
nch ad twelve 10- to fqre battleships have been con- souto de of the mo tdde b oot o
dlS we see that the structed merely upon well-studied to Leon Ellenood from the f oot ofe
mes f s rn have theories, but naval architects and ex- Vpluia avenue to the foot of Sea-
dilearded, although perts in ordinance now have the prac- breeze avenue, Daytona beach. The
tb a single type of t!cal tests of two great naval battles rate for passengers on both lines wll
itish have done, the before them in which both ships ad be 10 cents one way or 15 cents for
L two type. guns have been tried thoroughly io the round trp.--Daytona Gazette-
I of Coune do noth- the ordeal of actual combat. News.
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H. L COVINI TON, P ent M. L. CLARK, Cahler.
C. W. LAMAR, VkPreident. JNO. PFEFFER, Asst. Cashier.


THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Steak, 200,00,0 S0rplus, 40,000

Henry I Covington, 8. J. aosee.
J. M. Pfeiffer.A.M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
Bryan Dunwody, O. E. Maura,
Frank ReIlly, W. L. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal.
T. F. McGonrln, Dr. W. J. Hanna,
V. E. Brawner, McKenzie Oer!in.
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J J. R. Satnders, C.M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, CorporatUone and Firms Sollcted
Four per cent. interest paid on Time Deposits.


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That Made Mihl


MAN AND PALAFOX. PENSACOLA.-


TO IMPORT FRUIT

FROM HONDURAS

tEW FIRM ORGANIZED WHICH
WILL TRADE DIRECT BE-
TWEEN PTNSACOLA
AND HONDURAS.

A nwr fru; firm. to he known as the
iondOr;ras Mlaho=ani and Fruit Co..
,;, or,, aniz, tr<. aId will op-
;tr ;In : -')()ioolnes' h. 'weenPe Pen-
;:. 'ia a !n Snar-h Holnduras in this
t-ad, ('ap'am :!;,.'cNah. owner of the
!o,;I. -a:t wljor r .Josie A. May,
Sp' :,6,: A mco'. master of that
ce;i; : v W'. Simmons, of this
cy are pa;iners in the new enter-
;'-: iaid h.v! ijeased the building op-
.th4 Bagiad Sash Factory where
rin;: w:i I,- stored as fast as it
",-*, The latter will be president
dnt.: manager.
:h, <,wie A. May recently brought a
S ra .: go of fruit here, and has sail-
S* "he return voyage with cargo.
return as soon as possible
"'-:*:sh schooner Union has aso
.- ched port with a cargo of
,. ..ii,, from Grand Cayman. anid
za-tPd the amse. The schooner
g.a gone up to Bagdad to go on
c' for repairs.
.ew tfrm tatends dealing exten-
I al: cis oft frult, and will
,'r to build up a big fruit trade
nsaola.

ARRESTED FOR DUMPING
GARBAGE IN STREETS.
S'7e men, two cart drivers and
'-weeper in the employ of thel
were arrested yesterday after-!
Supon complaint made by Chas.1
.^.inson that they were dumpi ng
C.,ct on ;Garden trest which
ha\ e been taken to the city


i-- -~icr"prbr_~C~C~


ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
ccsts but a few cents, and a bottle of
It in the house often saves a doctor's
bill of several dollars. For sale by all
druggists.


Buy It Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is certain to be needed


A rI One W se -eO. sooner or later and when that time
mes you will need it badly-you will
The Samet Magadne e"&.a story need it quickly. Buy it row. It may
the rehabWUBtaU of Ct character of save life. For sale by all druggists.
Johnson BMea, a noted Indian tem-
rwnnce oratw' nf hbr one da: Oner


gIe dmpmpW WANT THE PRESIDENT
-JohnS< had oplaned pre- day be wa ea t the act of drink- TO LAY CORNER STONE.
V-. John,(wn had eonnpl l pre- TO LAY CORNER STONE.
nly abou the ntmn pacing gar- ing a glass of whisky and was fined.
S..., on G;ar'dln s. ',:. a 'he scent Neither Indians mar whites would listen By Aaociated Presa
;,,-:ng from it was anything but thento hismpercepcs Wikesbarre. rPa. July 14.The
p,;asaarn to !h se r. sid: in that see- Jobleon was I deqlr. One day, county commissioners ( this county
114tn of 'he c'ty. il"u he men said that however, he ed a n ipration. He have decided to ask President Roose-
-h,' haR th~n p;.racng i there for asked Senator Doolla of thq Nevada velt to lay the corner stone of the
,,mc T;nm. and continued to do so. legislature to absolve his s la act of million dollar court house here.
S y w a legislature. Senator Deolin was agree- ,President Roosevelt is coming here
ShenS ou want a pla beantaat able and I natdeed a carried on August 10 to address the mine
a an Jot certain te workers, andf he agrees to tth
7hanl .i. n ta through "'enate Joint Concurrent Res- workers, and if he agrees to lay the


For sale byv all druggists. olution No. 11," which l as follows:
S"Resolved, By the asete. the people
- of the state of Nevada concurring, that
LET US FURNISH ithe drink of whaiky taken by Johnson
YOUR Sides on the lTOh day eptember In
the city of Whglula, csty of Btory,
ICE CREAM be and hereby decrled null and
void." 'Tbms was Johnaon Bides made
INGa good mantlga. He became at once
ING UP a power among his ow people, resm-
'ed his advocacy of the cause of water
m 's Ik Ir Fd"r and was listened to with ireat respect.
PHONE No. 1104. -Cleveland leader.
U-ner Zarrageesaa ad Tarragona st.
CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY I it a DI~ a at to.
QUANTITY The London Pall Mail Oasette dis-
cusQUNes the word "diplomatist," Inter-
preting it as "o e with a double duty
Sand a double responsiblUty"-to his
own countty'and the buntry that re-
-O N r celvs him. Tit evolution of "dtplo-
D OT matist" from the Greek verb for "to
double" Is very e"ook -Diploma.'" a
doubling, was specialined as a folded
T paper and particularly In Roman times
an official paport or license. Thus
G E T "diplomatic ele ce" down to the end
of the eightemeth.cntury meant the
H O T science of mansecripts and documents,
which explains- a modern writer's
shadow of diplomatic doubt thrown
1o ever the eit t y- 4he& t id noe."
a n't keep cool these Dr. Murray's DItomary assigns the
ault is not ours. tr~aslation too fe modern Meaning to
:' .al sorts of thin an I bn*te-t' Jurs Gentium Dp-
for your comfrt lomaticus" 4dcumentary code of Inter-
': mainly take it cool if national lw) ad title ot a similar
French wak. Dplplomatie" came to
'' thin Shirts. our thin be considered as meuing "interna-
'".-w"- and Hosiery light- tional documetary," ind then the
:. Oxfords, and all idocmentaty" dopped n t.
..r toggery are at your
Srvc we have all the "'ircuse," sa the old rng master,
Sin summer fxing 1 save develspde eolved and changed.
a man can ask. Fre the. a rtC of the past they
-r:Cr> won't prevent you have rowa t the rth an ele-
a '- ng exactly what ySo wat d stage thare e aba y otae
Imppravegmet. .1t to *e particller
there has beam eso -.dM MIce time
bg an d ad that tIs the ulmenIos of
UD the ring. A ~A fresia I I always the
Why Pay More? ei sae n- -tort 14i ohtee In
di ameter. goe y4 *wL yqou wim
never "Ia a eress rtw-&Ith dferet

O. ANSON o ft A train a
CASH CLC HMoH&R t rh a ramH I awe bam re trained
ASH CLOTHIER ch a T e w be trouble
ptfor, harm sad ta at the
Phone 297 a d io ue be ts I RWol be
Uke cbm uts 00A W VC s bm aN
COT. Main and PlWaa 3. UL moen -
JeMn -


corner stone it wil De iaced in po0--
tion that day. The president will
bring his son Kermit .and his nephew
Phillip with him on the trip to see
the coal region and the mine workers.

DANDRUFF CAUSED BY A GERM.
A New Discovery That Kills the Germ
and Prevents Baldness.
Pretty nearly all the hair prepara-,
tions for dandruff have some merit in
allaying itching of the scalp, and ;i
being a fairly good dressing for the
hair. but there is only one that recog-
nizes what causes dandruff, falling
hair, and baldness, and that destroys
the cause, a little germ-and that
is Newbro's Herpicide. This germ
eats its way into the scalp, it digs
up the scalp into little white scales.
Unless it is destroyed there's no pa:-
manent stopping of falling hair and
cure of dandruff and baldness. New-
bro's Herpicide kills the germ. De-
stroy the cause you remove the
effect." Sold by leading druggists.
;For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, drug-
gist and apothecary. 121 S. Palafox.
Send 10 cents in stamps for sample
to The Herpicide Company, Detroit,
Mich.


PENISAGLO STEAL
IYEINI, LAEUII AL |
PRESSII OLU. L
11 North Palafox
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
SERVCL a
WORK CALLED FOR AND
DELIVERED.
uuaMBR HMIP RATES FOR


tJ


PRESSING, $1.00 PER
MONTH,
PHONE, 675.
E. E. REESE M. E. WHITE
Proprietor. Manager.
seesesW******


GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

larchants Transfer Go.
Ther. B Thorean, Prei

HAULING OF EVERY DMCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION IVIN TO
BAGGAO DAY OR N* oT.
PHONE W.


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FIRE LOSS WAS



MORE THAI



EXPECTED


BeerAlluSg lmRgI
SWes-KIhn Co., Either e-
Faukee Famous wMr Bl hg.

The loss to the Welles-Kahn Co, by
the fire of Thursday night, proved to
PHONE 1 THE LEWIS BEAR CO, be much heavier than was anticipated.
b for yesterday when the place was ex-
amined it was found that not only
C^L~ Nh Ff had large quantities of goods bean
CELEBRATION Of damaged on the lower floor by water
coming from above, but that all of the
FR C H HO I AY stock stored on the second floor had
Fnr. hl IOUDa either been destroyed or so badly
damaged as to prevent its sale. The3
Sb A rthtet Brits building, too, suffered more than wai
By Associated P < expected, the entire south end of
Paris. July 14.-The French natlonil the second floor being guided an-
holiday was celebrated today. The charred.
boulevards were throngegi with merry- carft
m residet tgae alh l uncheon A careful examination was made of
makers and all the leading thorouga- the building yesterday morning, -and
fares were a brilliant reiew orat nL also of a portion of the stock. It. is
'There waa a briliant review at Long -evident from the manner in which the'
Champ which was attended by Presi-rame work cross pieces and ceiling
deb and h Fadame mlie. they and cabinetdre e work, os pieces aceling
dent e adame lou the cabinet are burned that the fire had been
officers, the diplomatic corps and a burning for three or four hours, and
vast throng of people. About 20,000 was only prevented from spreading
troops took part in the maneuvers. A further by the lack of a draugh
notable feature of the review was the r building
presence of 128 officers from the Brit- There wre rno av goods stored
ish naval squadron at Brest, all in fuil i. the second story. Ony sch sart-
theo secoh d story. O nly such t rtfr
uniform. Their arrival was the po dcles as brooms, paper, buckets, wood-
ce b and playn n thueBritiesh ntion. enware and tinware and light articles
the band playing the British national carried in stock were stored there.
anthem. IAll of these goods are almost heom-
President IAoabet gave a luncheon pletely ruined. Near where the fire
to the British offeers and to a num- originated there were over five h
ber of the Frendc military and naval dred dollars worth of brooms alone,
men in the Elysee palace at noon and of all there are only a few dosen
Public games f ad dancing are ge left
ing on in al the public places under Down stairs where the water ran
the control of the municipalty an through from the top floor, tea, cof-
the treatres will give free perform- fee, beans, peas, sugar, flour, tobacco,
aces. cigars and other articles are ruined,
and in many instances have swelled
One Dollar Saved Reprsents Ten DOoto such proportions as to burst from
lar Earned. ithe barrels and boxes.
The average man does not save to It was estimated yesterday that ths
exceed ten per cent of his earnings goods destroyed and damaged had a
S.U must spend nine dollars in living value of about $8.000, while tbl dam-
xponses for every dollar saved. That ae to the building will be about
oeing the case he cannot be too careful $2,000.
about unnecessary expenses. Very of- It is expected that an insurance ad-
ten a few cents properly Invested, like juster will reach here this morning
buying seeds'Ior his garden, will save to make an adjustment of the loss.
several dollars outlay later on. It is Captain Welles is also expected here
the same in buing Chamberlain's Col- to-day from Athens.


grass at the edge of the bank, and stipatlon.
when he felt one he tickled and strok- "Chamb'rlain's Stomach and Liver
ed it until by a quick movement he Tablets have done me a great deal or
could insert his thumb and forefinger good, say C. Towns, of Rat Portage,
into the fish's gills and then lift it Ontario, Canada. "Being a mild phy-
out of the water. I went with him sic the after effects are not unpleasant
and saw him catch fish in this way and I can recommend them to all who
several times.-New York Times. suffer from stomach disorder." For
sale by all druggists.
The Freme *ft It,
-Why do you call it a French opera?
"Why not r
"Well, every one of them ang in
Italian."
"On the stage, yes; but what does w
that amount to? All the gowns in the
boxes were from Paris."

dlith-I told Mr. Converse the other Piano House!
alght that I resembled him In one re-
pect Clare-What was that? Edith-
That I always enjoyed hebrag him
We can save you money and satisfy
Se hyou if you desire a first-class Piano.
leld l! New Pianos itr h .00 to $600.
Miss Kutter-Have a glass of water Be sure to see the Baby Piano--
Mr. Sport? Weoaby Sporte (with a smallest degular Paao made for young
real wicked wink)-What's that? Miss and old alike, $100 td $175.
Kutter-Ah, r seel They're bringing It:will pay you to oall or write us.
von up o milk.--Cleveland Leader.
TUNING A SPECIALTY.
The truly sublime Is always easy and
always natural.-Burkm.

"o-s- a m."a by ew CULM-R & RUSHING,
bt d&eWat can t .e~ bs; *e L-
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AND OOU NUTS THE ROBBERIES



Every morning lis of Ta eor Roberts

Sli dM Abt ioon Yesterday.
at 5 o'clock .Ie o iir lallory


at.. te d M $45 Stolen.

Although many boait robberies have
occurred in'Pensaoola during the past
few years, about the boldest thieves
that ever infested the city, are now at
WT 11 I n work. To enter the offce of Tax Col-
lector Roberts in the court house at
noon and break open the cash drawer,
(Slmon's Old Stand.) and to climb up a post at the home o7
Senator Mallory and rob the room of
S-- that gentleman, marks a new era in
i ||TT- B shows that the police have a bold per-
ITASmthievery in Penu$s7. At least itn
II I V I to deal wth or ele one who is
reckless beyond all reason.
LI- B -S uRobbed Cash Drawer.
When Tax Collector Roberts left
his office yesterday at noon to go to
Si his dinner he locked the small cash
SBURNED T drawer in his desk anal closed down
the windows fastening them securely,
e so he thought. The doors were also
Locked. When he returned he found a
window up, the cash drawer broken
EIATH Iopen and the contents gone. This
amounted to between $7 and $8, all in
nickels and dimes, quarters and halves.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Tarl. The robber overlooked $20, which was
in another compartment anai covered
t a AZ Cby some checks.
in, Forierly of this Ciy, the robbery occurred at a time
imet e rril heai when numerous persons were about
Meets Horrible Death the court house, and the window
M s. through which the person gained ad-
IDn mOhie. mittance faced towards the south and
could be seen from both Palafox and
Chase streets. It was also at a time
The friends in this city of Mr. and when many merchants and clerks
Mrs. George Tarlton who were former were on their way to dinner.
residents of Pensacola, residing at When Mr. Roberta entered his office
No. 217 North Cevallos street, will be after returning from home the first
pained to learn that their little son thing to attract his attention were two
was burned to death In Mobile Thurs- small pieces of Wood which had been
day night. Mr. and Mrs. Tarlton and broken from his desk. After a search
their little son moved to Mobile a lit- he found that they came from the cash
tie over a year ago, where they have drawer, and had been jerked off when
since resided. Mr. Tarlton while liv- the drawer was opened. It appeared
ing in Pensacola was engaged in in- that the robber did not use any in-
specting lumber and timber. strument to pry open the drawer, but
Regarding the sad death of the boy, pulled it open by main force.
the Mobile Item of yesterday contain- Dust bad settled heavily on the
ed the following: aouth gallery of the court house and
"Merton, the three and a half year the footprints of a barefooted boy
old son of Mr. George and Mrs. Speltel could be plainly seen leading up to the
Tarlton, died last night at the family window, and also olst from the feet
residence, No. 914 Church street, of where he had placed them on the sili
severe burns sustained In the after- in getting in the office. The tracks
noon. Merton was born in Pensacola, were not those of a small boy, but ap-
and moved here with his parents about parently one about' sixteen years of
two years ago. o"a age. Blood hounds were carried to
"'The lae was in the yard playing the sctne, but could not take the trail,
with matches. He ignited one and it as many persons ad passed along the
set fre to his clothing. Before aasis- streets.
tance could be summoned he was en-
peloped In flames and was horribly h senator Mallory Robbed.
burned before tW blaze wtas extin- Senator Mallory was visited Thurs-
guished. Dr. Ing as summoned and day night by a thief, who secured in
did all that medical science could to addition to $45, a valuable match case.
aleviate the unfortunate child's suf- which is highly prized by the senator,
ferings.'" and a bunch of keys. The senator's'
room is upitaira and in order to get
TICKLE THE TROUT. there it is eident that the thief must
have climbed one at the gallery posts.
e It cleverly, and Ys Ca estate After reaching there it was easy for
Them I a Ellt. him to get into the senator's room.
I once spent my vacation in the' Te pantaloons were taken but appa-
w dspe my vcation In atch tr-t rently nothing else was disturbed.
tie village of Schoenwald, in the Black These were ried by the burglar after
forest. One day the son of the pro hereached the ground, and were
prietor of the inn at which I was stay thrown in the rear of the residence.
ing said that be was going out to The robbery occurred after midnight.
catch some trout and asked me if I as the family was awake when the fire
would accompany him. He was in his occurred on South Palafox street
bare feet, his trousers rolled up, and Senator MaJlory did not discover the
he had a small, very much elongated robbery until yesterday morning when
keg slung by a strap over his should he arose and began a search for the
r instead of a crpel trtousers, which he coula not find. He
s athen rallied that he had been robbed
The keg had a square opening on during the night 'He at once noticed
the top side, and he said that he the sheriff, and although the officers
would show me how to catch trout are at work on the case, they have so
without tackle. We went down to a far discovered no clue.
small brook running through a meadow Aoe R .
near the house. He partly flled the Another obbe
keg with water, then, wading a few Several night since Dr. Yates, who
yards up stream, stooped down and boards with 'Miss Anderson on East
carefully felt under the long grass lIntendencia street, was robbed of $30.
hichreully fetunder the bong. At He retired early in the night and did
awhile he lifted a nice brook troot out When he did he disovered that some
of the water and put it into the keg one had paid him a visit during the
and then wading a little farther repeat- night and extracted $30 from his
ed the operation and took in all some pocketbook, placing the latter back in
twenty tront out of the brook. his pocket.
He told me that he caught the fish
by feeling carefully around under the Good for Stomach Trouble and Con-


No Matter How Handsome

the Furniture and Furnishings of your bed room, the one
article to Insure comfort is a


SComfortable Mattress.

SWe have them that are thoroughly well made, perfectly
Smooth and even, and "sleep inducers, $2.50 to $15.00.

IMARSTON & QUINA,
S108)10 S. Palaox St. Phone 148. Penswcol, Fla.
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may buy

the best!


Good Coffee is as es,
ential to good health
as good water

When you buy ours,
you are sure it is goo0"
The McHugh blends
of Roasted Coffee sat,
isfies.


NewOrleans Grocery CoJ
Wholesale and Retail,
Phone 50. JAS. McHUGH, Proprietor.
Established, 1874.

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DBitt-ers
The Best Bitter Liqueur.
The sea has charms, but creates
Squalms. Underberg Boonekamp Bit-
ters adds to the charms by improving
digestion, and quiets the "qualms "-
(sea-sickness). A small glass before
meals gives an appetite as nothing else
will. Take a bottle with you. A sea-
sonable, pleasant drink, morning, noon
or night.
BljpYl a a esdau ad K Ia r w ys.
6,ooo,ooo bottles imported to the
United States.
ar all nHotel Cleub a4d Aeiarreanr s h' rAy
&Wlt at I'i.e .lrchAaw &$ aI Grocars.
BOTTLPDONLY RY
tiL Us. GmNGD AlDrecir, Ruifers,. Gwomy,
since c"r.
LUYTIES DROTHIERS
CR@m 4l e,.,, New York*

N. GOLDRING, Dist-ibutar for Pensacola.
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brownain sad an VlUbrena.
A correspondent writes to the Lon-
don Chronicle that be onqe came upon
Robert Brownliig in Piccadilly In live-
ly,dispute with a stranger who had
carried his closed. umbrella over his
shoulder or under his arm, with the
end sticking opt. Browning. walking
behind, struck down the dangerous
point with an enemgetic stick. "I al-
ways do It," said the poet with just
Indignation and in no meaured tones.
The man protected alood, b~t Brown-
Ing explained to tbh gathering crowd
and Justified himself fully. No one
seemed to know bow fIlUstrioa was
the brawler.

Th*e mete OttIu*.
He (angrily)-!- asetuily believe you
would marry the rfnt fo61 that asks
you. She (calily) Just ask me to
marry you and prove te fllacy of
your belief.


UNIVERSI1'rY

OF NORTH CAROLINA.
17I1905
Head of the State's educational y
ten.
DEPARTMENTS
Collegiate, Engineevrt
Graduate, L
Medicine, PhanmMag

Library contains 43,000 volumes Meg
water works, electric lights, eiw
trial heating system. New ds
aitories, gymnasium, T.
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0"7 STUDENTS. 6 INSTRUCTOIf
The Fall term begins /
Sept. 11, 1904. Address
FRANCIS P. VENA~BJ, BI rMfeg
Chapel Hil, N. 0.


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CORN

is a little thing, b t e ptae and discomfort oft I, gree t. S trag
that you put up th it ,Wen tt is so easy to get rid of.
Don't say yol "hav*.irle4 everything." You haven't tried D'AIem.
berte's Corn SOlvent. It you bad, there would be ao corn to trouble
you.
D'Alemlrt*e'e Corna avent cures hard and soft corns, bunions,
and callouses. It Iares a new, soft, smooth skin, insuring you a re-
turn of ease anu comfort.
There's nothing "Just as good" as D'Alemberte'e Corn Solvent.
Your money ba. if it does not do all we claim for it We make It
ourselves and pit all the goodness into it possible. Twenty-fve cents
a bottle and sold only by
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Phone W po ar. 121 Pal

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Ithe up my w and to a stmrl"
Mad Uslte Rebes "aul I sas back thre
wtu an bor."
S"ackelts wet down aft let b,'
Sthe eler, Bad yo' se lest ewa
Batw r pMt tw a sm I t w
maut it the manret.e
baI aed oer two "m ad touk .
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boakets went up a"d I alost. fow d
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Pa (who bas ut paid a doctors bfll)-Well. my s after a patient baq dned alp
the doctors have collected their blla, they are naio s to make sure they hvea't
missed anythbln.


baatt.' as be. 'r u 4 ad take a-
oalr wan "
"Bet yO dMa'tr wua aIh
*'at mucbt I abstd armoad aad tfoad
a phee whbe they waa boldia' a mark.


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She-8o we are gotag to he mnastaI a aaln What s the altitude wher
He-aeve dollar a dtay, room ad boar


wsat btbai7 am spe
deas a*le a bstwetU bags and got a
dea for 80 oeat a plee They beat
baebats alU o t a r eaOrytla bat
waer arond the boeel"
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THUW WAR TO GO ON.
Telegram from the Casr to General
Lineltch: "How is the situation in Man-
chuuare'
We h ave been licked n every battle
ai ce the opening of the war, Your Maj
eft,."
Telegram to Rojestvenky: "How ane
S{if U Hhn/ gs I thlo with the Baltle fee"r*
"All knocked to pieces and I am t
s /Japan with a cracked head, S, Beonecet
Ruler."
Telegrams to Warsaw and Moscow:
"What ar my dear subjects dolng Just
about now"r'
"Raising Hades, Your Majesty, and
S they may they won't qutt until the Wo-
ermeant Is overthrown and the people
role."
The Czar to bimself: "'Umlt hl Thtngs
Better than I could have hoped tor.
I mut issue a proclamation that the war
f W^ to go oa uat Japan Is fully licked eat
fof her boots saad my dear subjects are
... ag aain content with snowballs la place ot
bacon."


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face-"N; he a at
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TW6 REAL ESTATE DO YOU KNOW A
The Men With O"."H"-Tg Wind-
T he M en W ith miankaEna P-P-Un Wi We shall be glad to co-- al StO that land is the, basis of all wealth?
apply 418 W. Garden street. 14Jlylw* with those desiring to buy or ell prop In a growing city or town, money in-
WALL TINTS by experts; results Special attention to Rents, sr Te f land is sure to grow. Pen- YOUR IREAL ESTATE HOIDINOS PROPt3RLY HANDwED?
i F guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone ance, MakingLoa, and to the Coee o a sell uch a ctInve an y outwll YOUR RENTS OOLEOT MD AND REMIT"TED PROMIPTLYT
B business Foresight -l nof interest. now you will regret It, for prices will YOUR TAA
FINE line new model electric fans, reatly advance in the near future TION?
installed cheap, and on short notice. FOR SALE. greatly ne in te near future. YOUR HOUES, TC., SUFICIENTLY COVERED BY FUS I
are i stingheavily in Penscola real estate. Why? Why should yo sweat Rn 6-room hose newly a. pered FOR SLE. SURANOB?
ca i her ntuala 25or 1097. P. Pearl, 17 and painted, on Little Bayou, 3 houses, renting monthly YOU TROUlO AND ANGURED BY REPAIR NOlCEST
her N Garden street. I2jlyw on car line, lot 100x140. $18.00.................$7600 00 YOU THINKING OF BUYING OR SELLING?
in the place of first ofitzptaC Of all the guff cities. As Ot SALM-At a erillobe fuarnitere Barn. Good bargain at .... 1700.00 5.-room cottage, ast Hill We make specialty of Real state, Rents, Collections, Fire
sto Stock d acco at House and barn, corner lot, (Ne w) We ..e a..pe............t Real Estate.7 Rent Coectons
an all-the-yea-' round climate it is uneClld, and has 1u-1440 I. Inteodmela. is 50x110, W. Garden street ..$1650.00 3-room cottage 'Romna 0 0 so rane an all matters pertaining to Real Estate, We respect
the fimt water in Amrica. OR 8ALE.-Steam Auto. almost new 4 lots W. LaRua street ....... 000 4 uses renting monthlyr patronae and uarantee
cash, part cash or real estate ex- Blocks in W. K. T. from $500 $23.60 .... ............... 1850 00 $1800.00-Four cottages on East Gregory street; good renters.
change. Call at room 4, ti PaIwaox. to. ...................... 100.00 10 lots, New City, overlooking
A k U Fou ll on 3 of the pretties lots n New bayou....................175089000 convenient to Electric Lne.
Ask Us For Partlculars. OR SALE- re best wa ty .....................9000 1 block, near Orphan'sHome 800 onvenent fronting Little Ba
the city can be found on ice at Can-! FOR RENT. RENTS COLLECTED200.00-tory and hal dwelling, containing
stantine Ceparisos's, 128 B. Tarragona 132 E. Chase St ............. 15.00 two acres -of land, in the city Umits; near Electric Car line.
St. 23)unelm" 610 E. Jackson St., newly pa- MONEY LOANED.
Pen a ola Investm ent T FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine pered, bath ................. 17.50 -
s u a In vestntC .o young mules, sound and in gowd 612 W. Main St. ... ....... 10.00
A. I "Lf -riM -6 condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- IC ROS
W."" LLbaker wagon.W. S. Garfield. Lune. S. BROWN & Co LESLiE E. 'ROOKS Tho C W a C
W. OKiWLES. ,rdeast t.L 3.Sug .DO YOU want to buy or sell anytg LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
J. L STILIMAn v.-rres. s1ad G UM01 9S1 W RN TV rsuer. A Uittle want ad will bring WeOwr 200 Thesen4a Palafox, Fisher Building
results. The cost Is too z isig fceut 200 Theisen Bid'g *co. Palafox and a
to delay. Telephone 91L Mi6o0laneous
215 South Pallfox Strmet, P. mlcola, Flida. FOR SALE.-Horses for sale and alsoone 9.
for hire. Kentucky Stables, cor Je- .Buildo aehouseIwillgveIa r
rop an l6nS. t ...._oard~andf ROOm*. prices on material. P. 0. Box 288, FProfer0eeisu
EPP I .. [ P p -- Phone 310. Joel Prater. Yard at Bay--- er team OlMon
WANTED HEMWANTED FOR SALE.-1 8-hole range, 1 out NICELY FURNISHD rooms for rent, len Street Wharf. 30junelm* ., g o BUg PEN8ACOLA ELECTRIC TER
t housd, door hot air brooder, 1 lot partridge with privilege of light housekeeping. S"iAT ALW C
\\TTr- T.n .o twenty thousand, YOUNG MEN-Our illustrated cata- Cochin Chickens, 1 oyster shell grind- Block and half from Palatox. 219 nL PI-ANO TUNING. SPECIALIST RAILWAY CO.
,,-.,, .>..,- Flo-adora certificates logue explains how we teach barber er. 60 foot Galvanized pipe and point. Government St. 23junelm am prepared to do tuning and EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Trains leave Pnsacola or the
$4 ,. bhoutand. P. 0. Box trade in few weeks, mailed free. Moler Apply to J. E. Muller At Forbes' Dry I am prepared to do tuni an re- Office-No. 6 Brent Bldg. Bayou, Big Bayou, Warring
.. ... Ala. 15jlylw* Barber College, New Orleans, La. Good Store. 16iune.' Newly furnished' rooms for eight pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 Office Hours: 9 to 1 and 2 to 5 avy Yard, and Fort
'\ E1N Man wih $200.00 or less, 2Jlylm* FOR SALE.-A small sailbat. A housekeeping. Cheap. 310E. ears practical experience Gr PATTILLO CAMPB5LL 7:1am arcas 7
:'cht manufacturing bus1 WANTBD.-Agents in different coun- ,eeranrna ory street Penacola. A S50am ar Ft.Brranc 1
S..xprience required; profls ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe r5une e. ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightful 1o. Attormrth*lw B ing 12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1
to In dollar. per day. Ad. and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo, --- cation on bay shore; boating, bath- REGULAR MAIL LI -Goo convey. Room 405 Thien Buildin 3:50pm ar t. Barrancas 4
C are this office. 12jly2w Safes and Vault Fixtures oL every CHICKEN WHEAT produces e11sa, ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. C. ce for traveling public. Daly ser 6:15p a Ft. Barrancas 7
.;(!--A Good wm-e wasnerw-Idescription. Write me for terms. Makestowls especially well flavore Herman, at Fisherville. 8junelm.Ivice each way. From Chipley to Bay- THOS. PE L Y, 8:10pm ar Ft. Barrancas *8
a mall amlo Appl wcornerw- Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flo'-. The cheapest food !o be found. P. head. Address J. M. Tuggle Chipley LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND *Saturdays only.
a ,- small family. Apply corner
,t and l2Lh street. 9jlylw Ida State Agent. 28June. Mellen & Co.. Phone 234. b FOR RENT.-Two furnished rooms ]s 24mch COLLECTIONS. Trains leave Fort Barranca
at ___ ,,for rent. Light housekeeping.,301 W. PALAFOX AND ROMANA. Pensacola at-
\\ .-Any girl In need of triend- WANTED.-Two good canvassers, ,F R RENT Chase. SJune. REAL ESTATE PHONES559. 8:60im ar Pensacola 3
help. advice, etc.. will nndl wanted; will pay straight salary to! r MAL IBTATE In all parts of 11:00am ar Pensacola 11
and wailing assistance by ap- the right men. Address S., Journal PARTIES who wgat to rs hou.Y.o Tu bay the ground and we J P" STOKES- 2:00pm a Pensacola 2
0o the Matron of the Salvation office. 27june. FOR RENT-Twelve-room dwelling teams or anything else for that build your house on long time pa. AttomeandCouselloratLaw 5:15pm ar Pensacola 5
Roiscue Home, 33"d St. and ae- j Corner Hayne and Wright. Suitable matter, will And The Journal Want aente. D. Hale Wilson & Co. Eas ove n t *:00p ar Pensacola 7
I: Birmingham. Ala. dh. Any intelligent person may earn a for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gar. Ads a great help. 108 East Government Street. 9:00pm a Pensacola 9
good income correspoding for new- field. 12july -ll-- Lr D.. General Law Practice. SUNDAY SCHEDULE
\TED.-The Merchants Transfer papers; no canvaeang for new r fie ld.n 2July BAY HOTEL,-Open night and day. TAIWRIG-. L amoa a, in r Electric car will leave Pen
wants your moving and hauling. unnecessary. O Send fari particulars. RENT-New ve-room cottage European plan. Rooms light ad4 's cl a sd, presd a d. GEORGE DOUVILLE, every hour from 6 a. m. to 10
uakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. Northern Press Syndicate. Lockp on car line. corner th street and le Transient trade oloted eire short tice. N 11% ATTORNEYATLAW inclusive, and Saturday night o
-. urop. Phone 978. 1uaelm- N.- Y-. 13june3m sthavenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo 9 South PaPoa.. Jos. S. Nicoln. t We s GeY t "iL Pensaoos la. F Room 600 Thiesan B'Id. Phone 734 11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayo
4l gallery. 12iuly p mov. Ie. Pensacola very hour at 7:30,
\ T"ED.-A light second hand slt.. NICE ROOMY COTTAGE at head i .' and so on until 10:30 p. mi., wi
v- cheap for cash. Address 118, Bayou Chico; known as the Swift FOR ,SALE-Neat cottage with o- FOR' ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY U exception of the first car leaving
o-. journal. llj5lew.L r r 99* 0 pitce. The very place for partiesI ment stone basement and entire CENTS per he,, we will haul out DENTIST. sacola at 6 a. m., which will, a
wishing to spend the balance of sum- block fronting ou Bayview Park, foot dead ho0 cows Mt. Leave orders MODERN DENISTRY turning, leave the Big Bayou
"\TEI>-To buy for cash, a few FOR SALE-Good secondhand up- mer months. Apply W. H. Cater, at'of 13th and 14th streets. A charming at 18 at Inmttdenat" Herrlng -at- a. m., and the 2 pI m. ar will
res American National Bank. right piano, good as itew at 12 Ea<;. Gas office. 9 Jlyfwk locality. A. V. Clubbs. Btes. -.- ae MODERATE PRICES Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
Stat pric. Address J. L. J,!Government Si. 15jlylw T -Lwer I Office-Southwest corner of Palafox The above Is the week day cl
Journal.13june2m FOR L oor of desirable Band Intendencia. Which will beginFriday, April 1
our. un GOODsecond-hand steamboatbol residence on Nbrth Hill, unurnish. FOR SALE-Rome on Bayore. AILMAKER. Electrand Intic car will leave Pensac
", ANTED- our electric work of all er, only based two months. Apply to ed. Address 444, care Journal. ightfuly located f our-room cottage ., 8 7, 8 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a
k'n.s Let u clean your fas., re The J. J. McCaskill Co., Freeport, Fla. 29une w closure. Apply to A M. McMlln. F er take fo* W E LSH &SMITH 12:50,1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:0,
pair your dynamo, do your wiring, eto. 9jlylwo FOR RENT.-Residence lately o .cloure. Aly A Mt t tools and bose 9 and 10 p. m., running throi
Phone C.t. Iensacola Electric Co., ( copied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W, a" 0. r-rIsonable. ha1 n the Bg Bayou, and immediate
corner lu'edencia and Baylen streets. OR SAL-resh better, cream LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary, FOR SALE--One Choice lock n top NTIS turning from Big Bayou to Pal
Iunelm. sweet milk, and buttermilk, de- 43 S. Palafox street 7jane of the ridge east of th electricBeach will await arrival o
-- R .. .livered atany time of day. No. 405 FOR RENT-Twenty-room bouse, co-. railway, between 7th and 8th street& PHONE 25. train from Pensacola and will
.MRASSO & Co. received another E. Belmont street. Phone 907. 7Jlylm* ner Barracks and Zarraasa street -Nature has favored this section and it P et'-~ run to Pensacola ahead of the
:h pmet of imported pure olive oilomFort Barrana.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. R The steam trains will run
-w4, retaed ii, gallons, half gallons.FOR BALiD-Secod-hand cash reis to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra. Ih5 am=,- present, but will observe this el
quarts. r tor in perI et coaittlo. Will m.! gosma. 16mU Money WWt W'WWUE Dentl ". Car schedule and will work ID
c-.P a sh or O ti~l _. A rl bargain. C F.OR--SAL::-_Beautifully located-block to Loan.
., --The people of Pensacola e sese, at Jam e acHugh'. l at New City also several lots'Overlook. Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86. ton with IL
'A Ade solve the problem for yo.. i TURO At aB &N ing the city inBlock 80, New City; also MONTY TO LEND-ba good real
e. are xple te pbem or Om L ,-other lots in and arounduze city. Very security, or aon good coflltera.
..included ia the 25,000 or 30,900 it B 1O aTTot -h e iy DRt"YATE S A o i* -U. *a L, D
e whica make the population o i OB RENT-Two brick stor-, 104 -e buls 0 C-teywer TG
0ao and 106 outh Tarragona too. MeONY AA DM easy aut of town M
THE WEST HUIL WOOD YARD ca Destrable for mercrantile puoses k ta ef Prsoa m propty. Will OUt Of tOWn S AM E A R
E oSTATE WANTED-Within supply you with stowv wood, block warehouse. Apply to Tho. Pebley. S .W. B...A .AR. Friedm anW B
Lroe or fourroesofPensacolaOk odomarcb "ongy, -ef me. J..A. -Wlso, 22% W. Fr(.aRR30thbe
f .good farmingn and; also 1, i i R phone ko. o -. .s. tt bury buldin VWe Dlsteritbuter. July 30th to be ab- A S S ENGR
Sre good farming land. Must "be im. er. c. 0 St.. a a d FREIGHT SRVIC
$ap Thos. Pebley. Ronana and Wlams, "u"-le to r. --.. s-..'. '0. ..d.F.IHT ..IC
,x sP Ph JPock o. 55APA. MO--T -A" ss gots n Loead in Imported ines e t U til AugUSt -Bet.wee--
SA\,,SD- nga&W tra..sr sf FOR s .o n a.dj 10.o. W%. --un PENSACOLA, MOBILE AAiquors,
- Ofrce phone 363. Residence lot, blo*sa tram Palates, lot RI 01 i iag 22nd. COLA, CARRABELLE, ST.
S: 2.0. Acosta White, 22-28 N. 1WOa o car ti For parUculdaras- M-J lf*JAUIu lU U l nV PHONE 17r-. *-- DREWS, MILLVILLL.
sona. 26ach quire ot Stuad r Cothig Co. gMONT pOApet an shkinds of pte p331 SOT L And all points on St. Andrews
t'ANT n^Orer for 2n JoanI. s9 JaL LAWU CHES ..s property non lSS p w sOUTH PALAFOX *T, F. M. W I T Carrabelle nd Apalachicla
LAUNCT oS'Terms eay. J. W. Bullard. upstairs FN* P. M. ANittULLIAMS, SCHEDULE
Tpec DO Peraerfl o an e P Jom u rnals 28% South Palatox St., Phone 1144 PENSACOcA. FLA. CO RA Ab LBn Leave Pen la dy 8:3
recoti halt en a peae s of ism fora u Fite and Bglar Proof Safld es and EDNA Snov to Pensacola Business College. m., for Mobile, Ala.
arb and special scene. ce Var Fixtures of all descriptions ant Prompt attention always given Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:
al, oders at Jornaol s ^ manufactToed p y Alpone Cci ate an ecUNLMED tor hyy to Ith eh r to business. Pansaacola. Fla. m., for St. Andrews, Millville,
Lock Comparny of Clin ati, Ohio. can be charter by the hour, day or i.S to bsemas a a ?* a&rl tT AND CORN MEAL MILLS * lachicola, Carrabelle and interim
VANTh.)--Second-hna Cora, Oat,Communicate with me for prices and week. Terms, reasonable. ~ S ee tork Co M.b. OOuMAsB CO Prop points.
s* ,oo, seed meal acks. Out e terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- Fishing Tackle and Cooking Ute- as o ^ t .o O For additional information app
.On sipments aoUltem Writeg ia ritt Moreno, Peheaoola, Fla. sils furnished if desired. SeIt MrE GO U W s W-B J, B. SAUNDE
F a 3 <,ea & Co Imarchlm 2SJune. CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND n' D fI E.. R LCOBB, Presa
&mon' n u mSPHONE 201. I 's Paw $hl STOCK FEED. Ma aGen. Frt an Paas. Ag.
SB:NGHAM wa* yor movi Manuaturers o Pensacola, 'Fla.
.- .. lie geraeetw all brsk" FOR SA l.-17%toot sloop rigged MONT T1O LOAN ON DIAMOND Sy ->mt ald toeekt fd f am and Dealers in
S30. skiff. 8 toot beam, carries 75 yards -T* II FI ecuit y t lweto ra. ehm inCa.iz, w -but, e. LUM R. LATBHSEAWEDCYPRE.SS----
canvass. In good xmnttlon. A bar- w l u U- wwwit 1t ho
Spection and tallyintag of gain. Waddell, room 28% 8. Pala- / OWNER. Rtaerest. Baratins na nredeemed labor, and tlea, yur money in your SHINGLES ANB KILN- I
P Goulding, 50s soutn fox St. 23Junelm* ple54s city. DRIED 8APS. s Ii nTR1 l
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>o.di A,".:ieS, Jewelry and aysa le
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S HT-IAL, contraeting palates
S aors. Flue varnishing
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: a- ;*.-. i as stenographer,.
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NORTH HILL PROPERTY.


For Rent.
North Hi sokidbAmnc, 10 room..$ 5000
715 Nor% maylon ..............S*40.
m4 Neoth Samg ..............S.00
Houe near Pe ilde Wharf .... 20.00
t1 Wist a emneo .............. 20.00
314 SA bm: ...............17.0
49 EmatCheasE................15.00
ms W~t W ain ................ IL00
421 EDS*e Ornmeht ...........11.00
MONEY TO LOAM AT THE LOW.
EST MA8MtKC RATE OF INTEREST.


Six desirable building lots at
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EAST HILL PROPERTY
A Nice Home, 505 E. Gadsden, 7 rooms, at


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For Rent
700 West Intend.eft..:....r.
328 West Intendenle, ..........
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315!/2 South PI.. ox, up41s0
suitable for club 'or offlbe e
705 South Palafo0 .-
207 East Governmnt.
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-- 71 1015O1 RESIuTU PURE Wi0T9lLEAD. SKIB NEWS


I I M_ horm Ceared estrday.
r I difference in White Elle, Br as, Nielsen, 1229, for Mo-
bile Ia blast.
Lead as there is in Wanderer Br as, Hunter, 2666, tor:
MR. KBRYAN' COMMONER SAYS ,8 &.h ber, 401,000 a ft deal, 103,332 s it
SREBUKE ADMINSTERO s TO be Saf Speci sawn timber, 90,396 a ft sawn timber,
BECNKflj Cases' "w "' P 21:,960 a ft sawn timber, 10,523 s ft
SECRETARY OF WAR APT, WAS the oldestablished "Red Ober, 28,000 a ft lumber, 4,789 c
man needs oe.^ IFULLY DESERVEP. Seal brand- 0 per cent tlhewn timber, 34,412 a ftlumber.
I .,m.nneeds one ..- Se. brmad --0 per cent Miramar, Br as. Anderson, 1.61, for
No bettor time than t o- a Colon, with 1,253,595 a tt lumber.
day to uy e The Commoner, Mr. r paP pure. Innocena Ital bk, Garano, 769.
takes a different view at the reoiftoi Barletta, with 280,596 s ft sawn
Tdu19 1S Tein don o f Chief engineer Wallacfro timber, 49,180 ift lumber.
that expressed by a majority of aew- SOLD BY
of OWLU papers in the country, The Co monU VESSELS IN PORT.
has the following to sy Oa the Lub- A. M. AVERY. Steamship.
ject: Barnes,
d Seven Iord hae been filed The rebuke administered to Chief August Belmont, ranst, Barno
in the artima ourt by Solicitor Engineer Wallace by Secretary Taft 2 u967 te, T tut o Gulf Transit C.

These have .steelf r meebe te p m e pos .; ; thn Tur entine Stills, Ger s, 1'98, Bon .N
Ies .ave i .- .. -+- -earnln $15,00o a yetime as York A. A. !
madeof extra quality et term t the court though the date his salary be raised to $2,000 in vew M ilan Bros.CO. no m. Br was, lause, 1685,
Bound. We have others ,I ailanI MBan ufa turo s Co. i ma 1'6oma,165
leather, corners brass has not yet beeu mSei for the trial, of the fact that he had b ls Palmas to Fr. J. Schreyer.
bound. We ae others I is probable, however, that Pey wll- the Isthmus. The goveam t cot M-La.fa .rParas Nt FieJ.sen, 1229er
be taken up about the 26th, as the plied with his request .an4he went to Et B a Ne ls Ponr ,
calendar hb been artanged up to that work. But before he had time to Manu act urers, to J. Mearritt & Co.
date, $bee Sge up to tadate. more than acquaint oimaelf with his MObilFert, Ital Parod, 2697, B i
r4 ,sc ha $5e56. caeserdt fro'e[tMobileAla.wto Gk.f ButPbeforeoTransit Co.
Mt. Bwton ita chard in these In- duties he received an offer from a New- Goodwood, Br ats, Borg. 2313, Balti- t
formations with forgery, uttering forg- York corporation accompaniedd by' an more to Wn. S. Keyser Co.
-ed paper and obtaiing the signature advance jn salary. Without stopping moreni, s, CKey t 3078, New-
of the chairman of tho Board of Coun- to consider his obligatlMAh to the gov- yM Ap1 T S caste o Gul i, n
Sty Comdaliomners by false pretense. ernment or the embarrassment which y doa r oGulTransis5 Kahdey, U
Jo.n W hite The informations were based on seven his resignation would cause, he Imme- Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
JohI We chckandwatss al- d!ately obtained permission to return Naval Stores MaPket. Union, Br ss Foster, 72, Grand Cay-
leged that Mr. Btrten raised from $4 to New York on Important personal n Bs ster.
fttoer Men d Boy to $4p.OO each. Judge L. J. Reeves business." When he arrived he laid Savannah, Ga., July 14.-The naval at master. A rn
20&207 Pd r has been engaged to assist in the pros- the matter before Secretar Taft an. stores market closed to-day as fol- N Ormas, Br as, Anderson, 1561,
ecution of the ca e. stated that he felt that his own flnan- lows: MongibPr l, tal sy, Zlrs ti, 2342,
Pho a 225. The Vaughn Case Set. cial interests demanded that he re WW ..........................$4 70 Tampa to Gulf Transit C.
The case of John B. Vaughn, who is sign. Secretary Taft was so indg- WG ....................... 4 30 Pecine, Aust ss. Sarijanovich, 1463,
charged lt~~ h mu r the second ant at tshe purely memenary vw N .................... ......4 10 Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
chdegree, wdlth murdyester in theand second that Wallace took of th subJect that M ........................ 4 05 Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, Huelva
degree, whecalled yesterday and set he demanded his Immqiaate resig'W K ........ ....... 4 00 to Master.
f~F~InP or trial on Fridayt July 21. It will beftion. 1,0 K 8,8 .........but. 00 95 t t. ton aat er.
remembered that some timep1.
eEX C U R S Isso n, raerem to h aetghtonK A p....t..a.ghto ...... r.........3 td Stanope, Br as, Harris, 2132, Phila- I
Vaughn nat one man at entry 'e secretary was ht. A public H........... .......... 3 90 delphia to W. S. Keyser & Co.
Vaughn h leng at one man at Oentnry official who at a critical moment with- G ........*................ 3 85 Sleanial, Itl so, Bianchi, 228, Genoa
while engaged in a iaght killed another draws from a public work merely be- F ........................ 3 80 to Gulf Transit Co.
ony Goo riddag nntr. Jas. ILoLan- .... .. ..n beo from e o o s
biwho was tu ea as cause he can made more money else- E ........ ...... ....... 3 65 Teresa, Aust ss, Persich, 2331, Gal-
S&Wa New Or& aws drum has bes engaged to jjist the where is not fit to be an official. I D D.................5 eston to Pensacola Lumber Co.
the oouat l Cdtor In the proseution. Wallace may accumulate more ws th D 3 40 Viini, Span sa 1983, BustinaS ,
JULY I erday Procedings. n his new position (although he was Spirits Turpentine, 57% cents. Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.
Four cases were tried yesterday, drawing from the govTrnment half as Wanderer, Br as, Hunter, 2666,
J-Under Auspices of Judge Begs presiding. o the first cas e a salary as the president, and SEVERE BREAK IN Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co.
to be called was that of David Winkler three times as much s' members of THE COTTON MARKETS t s
t Scew en, o. 2, charged vath selling liquor without a the cabinet) but he will stver wipeor t, ,
o license. Re was convicted out the stain that his greed has put By Associated Press. DeGro oi Globatta, Ital bk, Pe.
of Pensco Frank Whitiock,- charged with car- upon his good name. Even it he had New York. July 14.-After a crom- rari 12 Bue Ayre to eCow
rying conamiet weapon. was also no sense of honor, one might expect paratively quiet and steady morning PineLumbe Co.
pe l train will ae union found guitt him to show some gratatue for tho there was a renewal of active selling melia, Port bk, Dominges 1117,
tation at 11:10 p on A verdict of guilty was returned n raise from $15,000 to 25,000, but he in the cotton market.causing a severe Buenos Ayres to Pensacola Lumber
tthe case oe Ni Ompson, 'charged seems to have thought of nothing break in prices which carried trading a 1
.etrnitwith being a lewd Versn ey -o money. Good riddance, aend may the more than five dollars a bale below 7 lu DuenoA, Mto Roasenio Bros.,
SJly 17: at 7:30 p. m. The t case o the day was that administration find a m instead theighlevel of Mo y. The general nnocen, b, Garran 69, Ft
of Amos Weedon. charged with aggra- a gold worshipper to take his place. list showed a decline of thirty to forty dI F cers to a s arrao 769
FARE. vated assault H was fouid guilty And speaking of resignattonas why points. Late trading was active cov- de Fan Port bk Mo edo, 1123,sa Bros.
ta vated rattes I Hoda wfounS grh s an oiy th teor that MgA M orr112399.
To Mobile and Return.........1.5 of assault and baty. could not the trans-eatinntal roads en caused shape rally and the mar- Oreans to olleo, e .
To Nwr Orleans and Return... .40 postpone I ndfnitely the builig of ket closed firm at a net loss of only Thoma, Ital bk, ar, 03, to C. a
Special provisions will be made for y the canal by bribing the canal tilas fve to eleven pointssales for the Ca s erto
Speial pe f ir emn o iers dek ha ds, wi thos e who p y higher solalrie po st- T rade sto eeve ap t.ie Sae srlthe maser
white passengers. th E CREW with hinSer salaries? It l sthe rail- day are estimated at iix hundred thou-
A refreshment car will be attached. road e l ra nd bales. *ooonr
That substistuted the Panam route Harry W. Lewis, Br sch,, 279, Matan.
COMMITTEE. A the Nicaraua rute and it was New York Cottn Market. zas to J. A. Merritt &Co.
COMeMITTEE s inuspected at the time that the chief Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Scott,
A. M. Johson, E. H. Kelly, Simon eanwas that he yage from Ne or, eJuly 14.-The cotton 7to Master.
TTovano THbiRnY MEN WILLt LEAVE HERE mieslogrla byr anyof 1200 romarket opened easy-at a decline of ra
ToHInRY N Prater WILL LEAE mil erb Pan Now. 48 points under dnpderate liquid Lassel, Am s h. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
lT0rN HT FOR NEW YORK if these aiinfluesncs can take awa tioe an.d frte tal farge spit of M aoia, Am s Hosema as
the experts employed tl fenings. (ablek fwg ver, were a
yn TO GO ON TE DREDGE. work thty can keep, up tra-enttiwen shade bett thanexpecstedand there c agnol Am sch, Morris, 399.
tal rates. It wouldd be wen for the was a fair demand on the theory that Mary A Judge, Am ast .ch, Morris, 399.
president to examine into the nte the reaction from the top 'of the week Cardenas to master.
UThirty men, Indlding engineers, cedents and corporate Ciflections was sufficient for the time being. Maxie, Am sch, Ward, Key West to
fremen, oilers and deck bands, will those who apply for r1osble poOm Trade was not active early but he master.
leave here to-nright for New York, tons in the onstic oS. department market showed a generally steady Ship.
where they will go on board the big of the canal enterprise. tone and a little more than recovered Agostine Terrzano, Ital ship, C-
dredge Caucus, new at that place, and its early loss, being about 5 to 7 nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
e Tt bring her around to Pensacola. Simaruba Bark is an old Creole rem points net higher during the middle velymion, Rus ship, Aylinr, 1882, St.
The men have all been selected from edy for Diarrhoea aon4 al bowel di- morning. Navaire to master.
will run her regular Peneacola, and have reported to Cap- orders, and Is a good one. Calals' -
8uday excursions Sunday, as follows: tain Turtle at Fort Piekens, who has Simaruba Bowel Tonic does the work. New Orleans Cotton Futures.
arranged transportation for them to. Is not a strong astringent conta New Orleans, July 14.-The cotton J 9 STEPlEMS
Leave City at 10 a. m. for Station. New York. Several of the men were no opum or other poisons I alat market opened quiet and steady. July *
IAave Station 12 m. for Pensacola. secured from the quartermaster able and effective for children or 10.40 bid; August 10.40@42; Septem- aaa
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Station. steamer Baker, while others were: adults. rrace 25c. Sold at White's ber 10.41; October 10.39040; Novem- VS W. B. LAMAR
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gulf and taken from various tug boats and I Pharmacy. ber 10.41 bid; December 10.45@56:
retrnm to Station. steamers which ply about the harbor. January 10.51; Februa:y -; March
Leave Station 6 p. m. for Pensacola. J. M. Jameson, who will go as flr't .' 10.64 bid.
Parties can stop at Station on flrat mate to Captain Dunn, has alrea'lv\- ..........i...l... --e- iUn The Gainesville Messenger says:
trip and return to the City in last gone to New York, having left here New Orleans Cotton Futures. Until we have learned more about the
trip. last week for Louisville from which New York, July 14.-Coton futures the candidates, who may ener
place he will proceed to where the open easy. July 10.40; October 10.56; race for congress h tt
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 50 CENTS. dredge is now moored. November 10.56; ayDecember 10.56; we can say nothing more than state
CILDREN, 25 CENTS. January 10.61: ay 10.8. that our hearty support will be given
___________ rlrTThe Original, tat candidate who can and will most .,
oleynearly convince us that he will if
Hon ROBERTS and Tar as a throat and lun Florida's people the greatest possible
remedyrit and onularit of oles Honea good. That he will never be content, -
SW Aand Tar many imitations are offered nor cease work, so long as Florida's -
ROGRAM O MEETINGO the genuine. These t orthles em. deserving people are so far behind
I PROGR OF MEETING OF ELIM ietations have similar sounding name. their neighbors in Georgia and Ala-
ASSCIATION AT POWEL- Beware ofthem. The genuine Foley bama in the advantages of rural free .in
Steamer and Tar if ve!qw age. utilities, whose establishments depend
Will Ieave the City at :30 p. m. 29 AND 0. simply needs I is the best remedy for coughs and o the ofal action of our represen-l
Wson with other Waters 5d olds. W A. D'Alemberte, tatives ih ^ convinces uss that
M ONDA Y, JULY 17 you'll readily understand and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox. he will fend his energy vInces udo all th =
WtLLhewR Te m s unday wonderful strides itI people, not a favored few, the greatest
WILL RET~ URN I9 TIME TO meeting of the Elim Association .U has made u being
CATC 11 O' CLOCK CAR. be held with the Powelrown Baptit HI K M p ble service, then Mr Stephens i
A. hl. ... ,. .... 9 o.A -.. our man; but if Mr. lamar gan give


1905, is as follows: TO-NIG a good account of his stewardship,
I M Saturday, July 29, 9:30 a. m.-Meet- T g m g t "Well done thou good and faithful
ing called to order; prayer and song s servant; thou st been faithful one
svl RtC n5tservant; thou hast been faithful one
service; calling'of Ro of Churches nChicken umbo 15 cents at 6:30 to- tme therefore we will make you rep-:!
f e sa 35, Children, 25Q and enr*llng Messengers--l11 a. m. night; Chili Con Carni 10 cents; resent us again."
a e "What are oUt oblaffons to the in m r .Spaghetti 10 cents. Open day and Florida's people have, since the es- 1"ii
6y free._mission worof e "- t........vAssocia- night. 319 South Palafox street. tablishment of the first rural free de-!
tion," led by Rev. W. R. Country- V. DI LUSTRO, Manager. livery route, paid their quota of the,
man. Short talks by others. expenses o each and every ute es-'
ULF CITY Adjournment until 2:50 p. mNOTICE. expenses of each and every route es-
GIAL Adjournmealt until 2:30 p. m. NOTs pn ....ICE. I tablished from .Maine to california i
2 p. m.--Prayer and Snao service. Insist upon It, Have no On account of the non-arrival of my and.from Washington to FMori(fa. This
L 31Ls2:30n .-Our obligations other. Blends admirably bar fixtures I will be unable to open is taxation without representation, due
as an calling ur- with wines ad all liquors. my new saloon. No. 12 Wvest Zarragos- in part. to negligence on the part of
selves tinlnary SM ats, to give sa street as 1 had announced. I will, our representatives in congress, and
Sthe gospel to M l th od L % by however, be ready to cator to the hot. n-mn tn the neli'enuF... ...


Works
IMBKRSiHIP RATES 1.00 PER
MONTH.
Ladie and GOet's Clothltn cleared,
404 am repaired. Goods called tor
ed eavored.
ABULL & FINCH, PROPS.
S14. Gvewrment a.,
_Whpe No. 168. Pensacela, Fi..


Rev. J. T. FUllagim. 'nSort talks oy
others.
3:30 p. m-What does the New Tes-
tament teach a to a qualified person
for cbumrh 4memba ship Led by Rev.
J. L. Bryars. -Short talks by others.
4:30 p. m.-"The dity of the church
and pastor; the one to the other,"
Led by I. F. Carter. Short talks by
others.
530 p. m.--Adjournent until 7:30
p. m.
7:30 p. -m--Prayer nd Song Ser-
vice.
8:00 p ,m-qadig Missionary re-
ports and layIng plans for future
work.
Adjonumeat until l-Suday morning
at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday,- L& a. mr-aunday school
mass mettIO LEd by J. H. Brown.
11 La. -Ul waary ermon by
-ev. J. a.,d O.
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2:80 vkt-4" W dr a"& ftgbr


At Al Salooms


Try it wrh yoar
drink.


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Lewis Sear


Co.
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tie and jug trade and will be pleased our people to make the necessary ef.
to have my friends call. fort to have rural free delivery routes
M. DANNHEISSER, established in all sections, eligible to
such routes.

TERSELY TOLD CHOLERA INFANTUM.
SBUSINESS LOCALS. Children Not Expected to Live from
Stl HrX a# x s One Hour to Another, but Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic, Chagerl and
Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish Diarrhoea Remedy.
estimates on building and'painting Ruth, the little daughter of N.
Sand give personal attention to work. Dewey, of Agnewville, Va., was serl-
932 K. Strong, and 824 East IaRui ously ll of cholera infantum last sum.
streets, imer. "We gave her up and did not
expect her to live from one hour to
McKintle Oerting & Co., wholesale another," he as. "I happened to
and retail ship chandlers and grocers, think. of Obamberlain's Colic, Cholera
the only frst-class house of the kind and Diarrhoes Remedy and got a bot.
In Pensacola. Fair prices to all. tie of It fro the store. In ave hours
-I1 saw i a iaa .for the better. 'W
SWhy use Jatufior paper, when you ket bft tiVtg It iAd before Ae ,d
can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimityl ta lae the hof oane small botlio-a
Sara Liaen, or Crads Bond at C. W f
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A POULCY fN MT,&E

Spa~rets Them ko~rIWUi3U Al


Fire, Life.


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EQUITABLE

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Ion Central Life

lower deth rate, lower expert rte, ani higher
it rate tbha any company doing busiua in Florid
i1d he esy for you to decide the rwt.

A S, W flllaM Gneral Agent.


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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. A.g.r 3
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dog. a:, s
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.
WHlNININlllNtStS SI~ Mtlof *IMi!~il*lllS lthil



ICE, COAL and WOOD

CGSumers' Ie and Fuel Company.
Omffce-Corer Chase and Tarragona.Phone 25.


*,**S,>**S**6*.,SS**s*eeS oso 10 so uma

WE ARE GROWING B166ER I
HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A

Down-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE- *
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA-
TERIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TODAY
UNPACKING A


CAR LOAD OF
and want your business. Prompt
orders.


PAINT
attention to all mal


Saunders Mill Company:
Pensacola. Phone 717. Florida.
S9>SSSrSo psgm g ee$so sor 5 s eep s sees $ 1o0-


COMFORT.


SOUTHERN HOTEL.
Penscola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PMVATE BATHS
LARGE SAMPLE ROOM
Speolal Wekly lgtes for Table Board.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels Jacksonville, Florida.


inmfllu f l lifi'll lla iii liUi i lml'l(u i-i miiiiiiinmfl lfurti

JUST THINK OF THE TIME YOU SA VE
COOKING WITH QAS.


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Just turn a valve, strike a match and you have a
quick fire. A "simple twist of the wrist" and you have
a slow or moderate fire, as you like. No dirty coal to
handle. Everything clean and kitchen airy and cool.


PENSACOLA GAS CO.
27 East Garden Street Phone 148. ,
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GEO.W. PRYOR&SONS
IS TIE mMML CWUCME GROCERY SORE.


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thing
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Standard Granuisted Suar, 16 pounds for......... . :
5 gallons' Pur. eorgiaCan, Sy r up... ..
10 gallon keg GeMlwi Cane Situp.. .............
Florida Syrup gallon... .. .............
Best Paternt oir 9 pond bag." " ."
1re Sur ,r wet Hams, per pound ..............
12 cans Mage .Mk".. .....................
Tennesse Butter.. 1 pon ". ... ... ..........
Creamer Bter,' per found ".................
Tomatoes, C, pr den ...................
One dos CaWs Csa .. .... ... .... ..
Tbhee are d cash price Come and see us
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