The Pensacola journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00773
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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Russia to Accept
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ALWAYS FOR PEACE Railway Pillar and Strt Car
in New Yark.
Was Opsed to War Even t e
Hostilities Began. REDUCED TO SCRAP

SOCIATED PRESS. TAKES PESSI- mSt CO*llnlietly hIm is d.
I' P *-sarg. July 17.-M. Witte, BADLY INJURED.
lpinipotentiary, received
',-;,,): i t of the AssociatedB
:a' at his viia on Yalagin By Asloclated Y'oa.
gi 'a an interview. Among New York, July 17.-TWi young wo-
h.i s .aid, in regard Ato the men were probably ata hurt and
Their two male companions had a re-
:: t !,reign papers to inter- markable escape from ijry to-day,
.;i :ntmnent ar an indica- when the automobile of Frederick
., lu--ia had decided to make Marshal, which had been borrowed by
Spice: Mr. Marshal's chauffeur, wa caught
r. ori is a friend of peace between an elevated pillar aW a street
:', a l'ace. but I very muca car at Seventy-ninth street auu Third
.Japanese terms will be such avenue. The automobile war raced
.venue. The automobile 1 rerariced
Ahli be unabl to reach ac- almost to scrap iron. The foty horse.
:,e world shou d disabupe t t power machine attempted to race in
T he idea that Rusbia wants front of a surface car bounm down bill
an price. Rssi and as it dodged between the elevated
r. are two parties in Russia and pillars and whirled on to &e track, It
a lors e acond in uential p the wa-. was pinched between the ea and a
ae, to rhich I belongtal paors pillar. The rear half of the autmo-
I avow it Ifrankl. because tell- bile, in which were ieated4 e as Coma
truth has always been my rule Michaels and Miss Helen tmmeham-.
s. I was for peace before; er, two of the chdaemr's hb a l
.. ban. Whe the war r nd hed and the Af..i i tp-
1 the situation changed and "' the wree t i
c:,ugph thbre are two parties, t; mobile that it took half an hour to ex-
:he sabilit y ,fa ending thes! r tricate them. A male companion of
.n p-" -cum:stn-es bot the chauffeur was -thrown out on the
he u v.,, 1: h, .la;,anese de- CARICATURE SKETCH OF GERONIMO, THE FAMOUS APACHE sledwalk but the chauffeur was unin-
: ,,u1 L:,. a :,.r piropre of' Geronimo is now 80 years old, but very active. He recently Joined thb Jured. Nearly all of the occupants of
l~i- t. i ,. ,' ,iariized our Methodist Church and announced his faith in "The White Man's God." the street car were thrown to the floor
I i There is to be a convention of 1.500 Indian delegates from Presbyterian and the conductor was so severely in.
S:: f I :v. .",: ha; (he con- and Congregational Churches of the different reservations this fall at jured that he was taken to the hos-
,;- ,' :h. .la;Iani'-. c';hl:not be ac- Devil Iake, North Dakota. pital. Frederick Marshal, owner of
-: b!,:--:a -:; :i, .,;,- he verdict the machine, was not in the city at the
I %..-;:a; p;'.,ji: ;:i be ready time of the accident.
n hut. to:' ears if nec- DAI UP
; : .- tcrshe. as the COLORADO TRA INSS IHELD UP
r,: r.- :h. ',! the world to NdW tR D CROSS
Ow:a : < ,n the poer'ane BY ANIMALS IN A TUNNEL
:n a. p any c "onditions SOCIETY FORMED
.: he military re-
FR.RNIA WLLEDRAVDBy Aeociated Press.
PEACE WITH DIGNITY. ELERS ON COLORADO MIDLAND. presided over a meeting at Bucking-
Sham Palace to-day at which a new
-iurE .lh .--The Nov, Red Cross society was organized under
.. ", a Ipn ;he foilowin By Asetoate Prem !cage was too high to enter the mouth the name of British Red Cross So-
S o! Rusa .- ition. wic olorado Sprin, Colo., July 17.--of the tunnel and as the cage struck city. The society will include all or-
inire1 More than 20 people an r the roof of the tunnel it was thrown gan4zations having similar aims.
inspired: r More than 2.000 people and four pas-; of. The keeper threw on the brakes.
ca. cwi o: onil to such singer trains of the Colorado Midland topping the train. He threw rocks
:,tert~s ,,' ih 1tepire TOn railroad have been held at tunnel No. at the bear and fired blank cartridges UNITED STATES GUNBOAT
s. wih b1, a'a" i RnI- 6 two miles west of Manatko by a,at the Jaguar, to keep them from es-
woul thr-atcn all Europ,. pierce South American Jaguar. Before capping. The animal crawleao under the DUBUOUE IS AGROUND
longer l.eve. in .lupai. he was captured, the animal clawed car and during the efforts to drive it
th~i she wi~ n: rapa.-ri- joseph Bennett, of this city, cutting a into another cage, Bennett received
;nrte,-sts in :he :ar ,-a vere gash across the right leg. Miss his injuries. The animal was finally By Associated Press.
England and Anrica T':. Delmont, a passenger on one of their driven into a small cage, but before Highlands of Neversink, N. J., July
moral instiae ion can :,., trains. became frightened, sad in en- the door could be closed, the train 17.-The United States gunboat Du-
;:'vor of th> indlrrci in',." deavoring to scale a high cliff, tell a started and the Jaguar again leapedfor buque is aground in the Horseshoe,
:hi powers to mode-a~'. distance of twenty feet. breaking her liberty. It dashed through the tunnel, 'lower New York bay near iSpermacetti
;na:n!-. Our plen:p,~cntia- left left. The jaguar and a Polar bear but upon emerging at the other end, cove. The wind is light and smooth.
:*' I;.'. :iter ih:, they must occupied two compartments in a large found Itself in a narrow cut. After The warship is in no danger.
In .,-. no' only of Rus- cage that was loaded upon a Bat car several efforts the animal was again
:h, o;!.er Caucasian of the train belonglag to a oircus. Their captured and placed in his cage. B AS E B A L L
h. w-;:: find moral su- 1
i.. ria. l'ashinp on. and
-,,(,h .rr.- n.er than ,u
.er NaShrichtie pr, SAKHALIN COAST RIVER RAPIDS By Aaociated Press.
":"(,pe intimate to Japan -
"-iiand.. -A-ill 1* reSetSt
:: general. especiall."' By Asociated Pre. 80uthern League
1i a valuable state-: By Aeciated Pre Niagara Fals N. Y.. July 1- Memphis 0, Atlanta L1.
a-certenair the accept, I6t. Petersburg, Jhty 17 .-eneral Charles D. Graham and William J. Shreveport 6, Birmingham ,
S, our c(,ncessions to IAnevitch under date of Jdy 16. re- Olover, Jr., successfully swam the Little Rock 4, Montgomery 3, (Ble- I
European point )f ported the Japanese bombatit Ni- lower rapids of the Niagara river from ew O innings.)
,.rlingly." buchi. on the southeast oast of the: the whirlpool rapids to Lewlston. The New Oreans-Nashville, rain.
Island of Sakhalin riie last Prlday. sti as me from Flatrock at 3:30 American League.
Fr T T this afternoon. Cleveland 4. New York 1.

VYLLn IU VI Ul CONDITION OF SENATOR Detroit 4 Philadelphia 3.
IED ST I By AAT ctat Pr A.. The New York Marine Journal, of
New York July 17--Senator W. A recent date, contained the tMllowing: National League.
By 4Ascciated Pr. Coark ho iJ 7 eoePna 1 at op, The Pensacola Journal is responsi- New York 0. Pittsburg 3.
Sscciated is leParned Cark fr oa abis in the ear. e for the statement that the new Philadelphia 0. Cincinnati 1.
S1 .1 source that thee ssed a coafors t nabl iht ead the dredge Caucus. now fitting out at this Brooklyn 0, Chicago 1.
\ arzwrita. will go indications this mormag were appar- port will be manned b a crew of Boston 4, St. ouis 3.
.,ir through p~tan ectly favorable. Dr. MeKernus visit- about thlrt young men from that
p itember and later ed the patient at 6:45 a. i, remaining port. Capt. Frank Donn, of the Cau- South Atlantic League.
d States. burt half a. cus s one of the ablest st-vess Jacksonville 2, Savannah 1.
but hal masters and pilots, besides being a Charleston 2, Augusta 0.
.. loyal citizen of Pensacola. Columbia 1, Macon 4.

Bubonic Plague on British

Steamer from Japans, PoMrts

By Associated Pr. day to be observed t r -a plague
.'. IT-The entiMeCaptahl W a]~m i rtd that a
I meber of t meter Sa gad wr bur
o*!. of thf British steamer!;d alt oe t 1w !. 1 r54 t bis a
S-aiarese and CmI ae led W ca *s rOt oa
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to nest.ate VERSION OF
F piiin n LrAuthorities to investigate lMys-
T PnMT Man's S econd Wife.

TO PRE E T L I BELIEVE THAT S THd FIST AND Claims His Course in Affair at
SECOND WIFE OF F. E. CARLTON Statesum is App e
LYON-BOTH NIU N D N HN FA. By Officials.

Ppe of Smter, N. C., Aroused BRANDS IT MUTINY
L By Assoclated Press.
By Attmptd Ass lt on White New York, July 1.-'The body of
Mary Gorman Carlton, the second wife Superintendent Whiter Makes
Woman Sunday. of Fredk. Carlton, of Brooklyn, to
die of lockjaw, is to be exhumed and ffiial i T
By Associated Pre. subjected to minute examination for Official Report n Trouble.
Sumter, 8. C., July 17.-There was traces of poison. An order to this ef-
an attempted assault on a white wG- feet was signed to-day by Supreme
man at New Sumter, near here, yes- Court Justice Sewell, of Brooklyn, COULD NOT RELEGATE MANAGE.
terday by a negro who was arrested upon request of District Attorney
but who has not been identified post- Clarke of Kings county. Carlton is MENT OF INSTITUTION TO AT.
tively. He was taken to Columbia far now in Raymond street jail on the TENDANTS AND THEREFORE
safe keeping. Another negro was ar- charge of gran.at larceny.
Rested last night. A committee from Carlton said to-day that he weluim- IGNORED PETITION AND PRE.
that neighborhood came to Judge ed the order which directed that his
Purdy this morning agreeing to bring wife's body be exhumed, as it would PARED FOR THE EMERGENCY.
the prisoner in if promised a speedy result in quieting once for all rumors
trial. The Judge agreed and the cor- to the effect that she, as well as his
mittee brought in the prisoner, Jesse former wife, died from poison. Both The Journal has received the fol-
Nelson, who was placed In jail. women died of tetanus not long after lowing statement from D W. C. Yar-
Militia mirrunds the jail late to-day being married to Carlton. Each had brought with the request that it be
and the sheriff is determined to pre- been insured in his favor, published:
vent disorder. There is a disposition Mr. Yarbrough's statement.
by some to lynch the negro. although Chattahoochee, Fla, July 15, 1905.
he has nt confessed the crime. The Editor Pensacola Joura I note
negro is an escaped convict, considerable space in your news col-
criminal assault In this state is thirty ROES s of te recent -strike" at this
ports of the recent "strike" at this
years hospital and as my name is promi-
nently mentioned therein, I beg you
to publish this card. 1 do not care to
enter into a discussion of the affair
O other than to mention that the so-call-
ed strike or in reality, mutiny, has
not in any way interfered with the
proper conduct of the institution.
As I have many acquaintances, and
SI I I trust also many friends, in Peast-
cola, te simple statement that my.
coarse in the affair has met the ap.
r~ roval e those entrusted with tne.
S. ~ Vatnagement or this frfiteltln, wi.'
r I P beam"netut reftatilon of the charge,
Criminal ASsault ant Murder that that course has been in any way:
Now Out of Daner. Insistence upon a proper discharge
of duty and regard for obligations a.-
Australian Team Outplayed in sumed has often proven unpopular and
By Associated Pre. will continue to prove so, especial4ty
Finals for International Trophy Montgomery, July 17.-Following in the conduct of public institutions.
the attempt made last night by a mob Regardless of this, however, I shall
at Queen's Club Course. at Gadsden to take from the county continue to perform my duties here as
jail five negroes charged with crimi- my judgment and inst,'uc-ions dictate.
By Associated Press. ally assaulting and murdering Mrs. Trusting that you will give this caid
London, July 17.-Beais C. Wright S. J. Smith, the governor to-day or- the same prominence as that accorded
and William A. Larmd, Americani' dered all five taken to Anniston for the sensational news reports,
won the singles and matches again.tt safe keeping. They will later go to Respectf'i!y,
Norman S. Brooks and A. F. Wildin,. Birmingham where they will remain D. W. C. YARBROUGH.
Australians, at Queen's Club to-day in'until their trial. The negroes were
the Anals for the Dwight 'F. Davis in. moved under military escort and no Superintendent Whitner's Report
international lawn tennis trophy. secaj'- trouble occurred. Superintendent B. F. Whitner has
ing two out of the three points neces- made the following report to the
sary to take them into the challenge ITrouCW MT UIlDAMN board of state institutions:
round at Wimbledon next week. IIIIERVEW WITH HUS NDRU Chattahoochee, Fla.. July 15, 1905.
Should Holcomb Ward and Beals DilT N UE Honorable Board of Ccmmissioners
Wright win with doubles against the BROUGU T OI HEART DISEASE or State Instiittiuns, Tallahassee,
Australians to-morrow the question of Florida.
finals will be settled. If the Austral- By Asoclated Press. Gentlemen: I respectfully submit
plans win they will have to defeat both Chicago. July 17.-Shortly after a the following statement as to the re
Holcombe Ward and W. J. Clothier'.;stormy interview with her husband, cent strike of the attendants here:
in the singles. The Americans won with whom she had not lived for sev- On the morning of July 11th, I was
to-day after two and one-half hours e-al years, Mrs. Kate M. Cleary, well handed a petition by one of the at-
under strong sun and without rest. known in Chicago as a newspaper and tendants (male) after asking a pri.
Sixty-six games were played befo-e magazine writer, has died suddenly of vate interview. I told him that was
the decision was reached. It was heart disease at the door of her room not the proper way to obtain what
conceded to be the g-eatest matcn in a hotel. they wanted and explained in a kidl
ever witnessed on the Queen's Club Her husband. M. T. Cleary. had call- matter that I could not consider the
course, ed with two of their four children to request with the threat of resigna-
see her. tton if I did not comply, that they
T KILLING had better erase that clause in the
ANOTHER KIL petition, that it was too grave a
ANOT ER L K matter to be answered :t once. The
FO R BRfATH ITT petition stated that they would re.
SB IDISCOV ERE D sign on the 12th in a body. The pa-
per was returned, and in the course'
By Asoolated Press. of the day was again presented by
Owingsvllle. Ky., July 17.-Teie- By Associated Press. another male attendant with no
grams from Beattyville, Ky.. say that Washington. July 17.-Stecretary change except that the date of the
John Miller, of Breathitt county, shot Wilson of the department of agricul- threatened resignation, which was ex-
and killed James Orees and wounded ture has begun an investigation of a tended to the 13th.
James M. Thomas, during a fight in-a report that a certain female employee It is of course evident to the board
church on Praley creek, Iee county, of his department has sold questions that I could not relegate the manage-
last night. Miller entered the church, to be asked at civil service examina- meat of the institution to the atten-
according to the report received here tions prior to holding such examina- dants, and after consulting with he
ani announced that he was the best tions. Complaint has been made that other members of the hospital stAf,
man In the house. Crees and Thomas for several years this woman has been I determined to prepare for the emer,
disputed this and the shooting follow- aiding applicants who paid liberally agency and take no further notice aT
ed. A mob formed to lynch Miller, for her services. the petition, which was in reality
but the sheriff landed his prisoner mutiny. I should simply be at the
safely In the rBeatyville jail. .INSURANCE ADJUSTERS mercy of the attendants if I should'
ARE NOW IN THE CITY. adopt any other course.
WOT ELECTROCUTED he strikers no doubt expected al!
IN 81NG SING PRISON. Adjusters, who are to estimate and the attendants and employees to Joa
Sthem hut in thin they were dlsaoa

---- settle the loss sustained by the Welles- pointed, as our female and serve
Ossining, N. Y., July 17.-James Kahn Co.. at the recent big fire, are iale attendants refused to go ot
Breen, white, and Charles Jackson, now in the city and going carefully and only one of the outside ea-
colored, were put to death in the elec- over the stock and building. ployees, the baker joined them.
trick chair at Sing Sing prison to-day. The gentlemen will probably con- electrician steward, and etc., we
Both executions were successful. c!ude their work here in a couple of faithful and profuse in their offers r
Breen shot Capt. Wm. H. Keyes,.i ,ys, as they have already held a num-
during a quarrel in the latter's sa- ber of consultations with the owners
loon in New York city, in September, of the store. (Continued on Fifth Page.)
1[03. Jackson killed Charles W. Rox-
bury with a club in July. 1903, in the
Bronx, in an attempt at highway Alaba a State Troops
bery. od Alabama State Trwps

Charged With a Hold-Up

By Associated Prs. guilty persons. The negro says a seN
Montgomery. July 1'.-A daring geant and two private entered the
hold-up and loot occurred at the store ue a, hodng him rt rd
the cash drawer and carried avWa
of J. S. Holmes, a negro, on the Red ;.ars, whisky and a sack of g .&
Bridge/ road to-day anw members of Upon order of the governor, AjtuaI: .
the state troops, now i~ anual en- General Brandon is making i&a i..-'
canipiMet, are abha&*4with dm the gktion... .
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Wbh the gem. od mariSa ntr the
blood the Pat bealth is asfectad, ad if
the blood is not priied of these a
and miroobes, Chronic Sces ad fieen.
User Spoches, Chills sad Fer, Boils
Aches and Pains, and a grit variety od
troubles manifest thmSVweds, ad oao
the entire system is adcqiexaed, leaving
the fferer a pey to a mot miserable,
weak snd nervous comditids
sW m~rask st tLo.EaiBw X
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-:- shaping f the cllar D. Mtchelt, an Italia, who conducts *r 7Jga
Shani l. inside fixings a restaurant at the corner of Baylen a general radow onatjon3t Dsye
r .eh-gradt, anva.. the chest and Zarragosa stress, was robbeJ i k hasitasm m a t Dm.
. x rt' so the coat early last night ft the sum of $40,
"av r'" i 'he problem which he had n his cash bo. The & S. coateracts and drives all the
Se a h inul that will money consisted of one $1# bill and poison from theblood andbuildsup t#i
S : six $5 bills. system by ht fine purifying am--
Sites .ad tonic effects. It strengthen
SMJtchell and his aeststants were ee part, incrades the appetite, helps
PARAGON PANTS busy about the place during the early theasmach and digestio, sad b
S o portinM of the alght, when the pro- plying the body with rich,e peblo
S "h, i,-' ;>i:r'- "**- money i Prietor missed one of his employes, a c- a d all its disagreeable ait-
n \\e h "..m. white man named Frank DeR)o-, for- meats. like
an" .. ;merly in the navy. The latter could mostblooduned-
not be found. and when the proprietor icines S S. S.
r went to see if his money was all right purely vegetr-
E he was astonished to ind the box e I tdees no
empty. He immediately notified the contain a pa
SV NIU T1 police an' asked that DeRoy be ar- PURELY VEGETABLE. ticke of er
K Jiim- a rested. The latter had been working of any kind to
i THES I about the restaursat tr several wees. disagreeably aseect the stomach, digest
his duties being cooked principlly io and bowels, but by cleaning and
SC. C. Goodmn. see. Arnrepr e to delivering orders about that see- dtIegthenig the blood,.p p ery p
S. llltlll l ion of the city. of the body in healthy condition.
,Off, .. illiilliill OBcer Burnham found DeRoy in an on the bl any ed dvice
_... ur-town restaurant and took him to; redwthot
jail. where he was searched. Four or THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlts, ea.
C O TTL five dollars in silver were found in
C O T .9 one pocket and the prtoner claimed
Cr h I ----- that tbe sUMe was all the money be
Possesed;-' he turnke.- continued to
PenmSCoDIS i search, however, and flna l found a t I f
smali plcket covered by a belt which
-,contain 'l a number of $5 notes. i I L 1
DeRoy was held as a dangerous and T L .
suspicious character pending an in-
, htc k a -r, M -afr Ex*ma vest igat ion.
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Fi Yong Men, Retrning Home
rm Pleasure Tr C size
Off Magnolia u#ft.

Five young men, who had been
spending Saturdayy night and a por-
tion of Sunday fishing ai, enjoying
an outing, had quite an exciting expe-
rience Sunday afternoon, when they
were on the return trip, and had not
all of them been accustomed to the
Skater, some would no doubt have been
The party was composed of a. A.
Ross, A. J. Anderson, J. B. Waddel.
William Johnson and C. P. Larcom.
They laft here Saturday night in a
large sail boat anal after spending a
portion of the night and Sunday across
the bay, started an the return trip
early in the afternoon. When off
Magnolia Bluff and about in the center
of the bay the boat was struck by the
storm, aind was capsized, throwing the
occupants into the water. All of the
party swam to .the upturned boat and
clung to its sides as the vessel was
being carried slowly towards the city.
After remaining in the position for a
couple of hours some of the men de-
cided to rig up some kind of a sail.
Diving under the boat they secured
some canvas, which was stored there
and rigged' up a small sail. and were
making fair progress towards the city,
when they were sighted by Frank
Segari. The seas were very rough,
and Mr. Segari telephoned to the city
and told of the upturned boat and
men and the launch Cupid. with.Capt.
Stearns and B'ngineer WilMianms in
charge, and with Rufus mubnat on
board, went out immedfaL -to 'jast
them. After some tro bM all were
gotten on board, but the capsized boat
could not be towed into port, so was
The vessel was found yesterday af-
ternoon near Woolsey, where it had
washed upon the beach and been
pounded to pieces.
Tha nart re mained I t th wa tC.

,. Barren, was in the city yes- Special to The Journal. -- or over three hours and all were
Westville July 17.-Mr. J. D. Frink. B the Severe Wind, Rain and le- chilled through when they got on
hoer Helen M. Atw from near Prosperity, was in town board the Cupid. Whie in the water
yesterday e from New Yord unda. trial Storm, Which Prrss o ffthe bluff a hail storm came up and
yesterday from New York. Hon. W. H. Brett. Jr., came over the hail beat down upon he hands and
.. a cargo of 20.000 bags of Saturday ana Spent Sundayy with home O te i e faces of the men for several minutes.
folks, returning to Bo fay this morn rth
-t. T. E. Welles returned yester-i GOOD COLD WATERMELONS ON
norning from Bkmtngham and, Hom. J. A. J. Hathaway was in town Two hundred telephones were put .O C TRATT M E. LN O
'. where be had beet ana basi- to-day, and left later for Bonifay. out of commission Sunday afternoon ICE AT STRATTON ICE .WORKS.
Sch urpt ch h a improved its ap- and electrical storm which passed over BE A BEAVER,
filshtng schooners Kwasind. M-1 pearance. the city. In addition to this a big
: IotT S Haskins. Priscilla and Died: On Snday morning at her hole which was torn in the cable near BOY AGAIN
a R. ;r'mros. of the fleet of Saun- home near Oerro Gordo. Mrs. Louis the opera house, which contained OY AGAIN
S& C('.. ett*,-r- v e.-merday with a! Smith. many wires, and of course every phone
catch of .7.'10 msnappers. The Board of County Cimmisaloners attached to the wires passing through A HOMEl
have advertised for bids for building that cable was put out of business LLAV
\larhal S :had let last night fori a brick court house at Bonifay. for the time being.
S c,-,...an wi,.re h, goes on a Rev. Wheeler preached at the Bap- Not since the installation of the
.. vi, O n hi rturn he will :,st church Sunday morning system in Pensacola ha, there been
S, Mou: rashinz home Wed- A few of our public schools have such wholesale havoc played with the MOTHER AND FATHE OF JOHN
:i-- rich or Th:Irs.iay morning. opened, but several teachers have service and the subscribers, who wiqe N. VER'MILLUON ARE SEARCH-
i;: ,rd-r ILanc, had torty defen-. gone into other counties to teach. not aware of what had occurred, were
iw:,or, h;n. in the municipal Mr. J. M. Brigman and daughter, at a loss to. know why their phones ING FOR HIM.
'. .- rdrA morning for trial. Of Etta, and niece Alma Brigman, left bould not be used.
:1;vtn.. four d. ,endants were dis- here one day last week for Hartford, As soon as possible Manager Bache
i continue fines Alas.. to attend the ethdt district ecured every available man and
..,. continued aa nes .A. to attend the Methodit district played him at work getting the dls- The parents of John Nealy Vermil-
n ference at tht plaee d bled phones in condition and repair- lion are again searching for him, and
W i. of Stke a.. was Jese of Freeport, and Dk ing the lines all over th. city. Before although they have been doing so for
S of StarKe, Fa.. was son Jones. of ortland. paused through 6 o'clock last night the men had suc- some time they have fallest to get a
-: a n;rh n route home re one da lst week en route hoe needed in repairing and having in good trace of the runaway. The ly is only
S th aie. rk where he sas from Hartford, Ala., where th had working order all but forty of the about 11 years of age. and left home
Spr Dr. WilLs say: Len attending the district conference, phones, and these will receive atten- without giving anyone an idea of
.1prit- :F an attractive place, Mr. M. M. Owens was in town to- ion today. where he was going.
. ., think i: so comfort- da y.town t ion t ye as goi .
n1: h. -'inmenr irr as the Flor- The repairing of the wires and plac- Some months ago, the boy, who
Mar. E. M. Jewell was in town to-day. ing two hundred disabled phones in seems to have a longing to see the
a cna. He leave this morn.- Rev. Gale of Jacksonville, passed condition on short notice is no small world, ran away from his home, and
Sare through here this morning. undertaking, but the management and went to Fort Barrancas, where he re-
:.haasere True Democrat: Hon. men were equal to the emergency and mained until his parents learned of hii.
:r Regg of Penarvoia made an before to-night it is probable that whereabouts. He was taken back
-:,*, artumnen before the su- HA(R SOFT AS SILK. everything will be working as smodth- home and remained there only a short
-our' on WV.insdiar in the ly as before the lightning played such time before he again left. this time
he :a-- a' Ine rtlation of New Scientiffc Treatment Klls Dan- havoc with the system. taking a different route, and although
i!dday. plaintiff :n error. vs. W.i druf Germ. the mother and father have made
,i,"d. 'ax col1c'o, of Escain- BE A BEAVER. anxious inquiry, they have failed to
Involving a tax title toj It is an accepted fact. a proven fac.. get any tarce of him whatever.
that dandruff is a germ disease; and The boy has a scar on the left side
it is also a demonstrated fact that Lost time is never found again, anu of his face near the chin.
Hotel arrivals: Roy H. Newbro's Herpicide kills the dandruff what we .'!; time enough always
S: .1 M. 'Wi'.row. Tallahis- germ. Without dandruff falling hair --ves Uttleccn,,ie. BE A BEAVER.

S* heppard. N,'% (Orleans; 1 would stop and thin hair will thicken.
\%w York: J. V Rozier. city: Herpicide not only kills the dandruff
,vi,,r. city: J B. Iawton.i germ, but it also makes hair as soft
SPa : C B Ferdon. Castle- a: silk. It is the most delightful hair
W. \ P. Fid; r. Montgom- dressing made. It cleanses the scalp
R" -oer. Nev- Orleans: H. from dandruff and keeps it clean ani
Swi, and daughter. Cam- healthy. Itching and irritation are
W M Hays, St. Louis. instantly relieved, an permanently
1 t cured. There's nothbi "just as good."
S ,r of the trial of the Take no substitute. Ask for "Herpi-
-fo- dumping objection- cide. Sold by leading druggists. Tor
W. est Garden street, It sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist
:i the practice had been and apothecary, 121 8. Palafox. Send
ears. Silch is the csae 10 cents in stamps for sample to The
street tsweepings are Herpicide Company, Detroit, Mich.
the arrest of the men
accoun-. but for plar-
S of garbage, which had
m a it'*re. and which.
Sno right to be placed
:. ,t the a-ty. but should Ice
S"'huson. who caused
:; men. stated at the tl
Sno complaint to enter
i :.':nt or street sweep-
-' idence. but objected
't refuse. o j ed

:- prlari-y of Blue RJb-
* Vanila Extracts is
S.. quality. Ask your,
- R:bbon Lemon ani
.-"- Flavors per-


N -;her -he Captain, Own-
:,r ('onsignee" of the
rican chboner "Helen
'I \'-wd' wi;l be respon-
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Ordersfor prtie, weddings
mad all modaC lu diom given
prompt -tteno,.

Wedding Cakes aSpecialy


oI smo's Old Stmi)

When a Scotch e 'eboolmaster entered
.e temple of learning one morning be
ead on the blackboard. 'Our teacher it
1 donkey."
The pupils expected there would be a
cv.ione, but the philosophic pedagogue
contented himself with adding the
word "driver" and opened the school
as usual.
No .C me Watesdb
"Really, I think your son Is a ge-
"Oh, don't say that! We have been
boptng all along that he may grow p
to be a goo ensible man and finally
seed his father In buine-s."--Ci-
cago Record-Herald.
.ee the Omly O*e.
Tosktn-I don't object so much to
Fanny kt ung her dog, but I pre
her to ktim me before and not after.
WUkins-I know, but don't you sup-
pose the dog has his preference too?-
Bostoa Traneript.

ehke Pe Itsee.
Mary-Do you think it wora be con-
cetted for me to tell my trie that I
made dis dreas myself? 1 -th-Nt I
conceited, my dear-epwereilous

I don't ike to talk much with peOOe
wo always agreewith me. It Is aumN
ng to oquette wthS an eo for a little
while. but oe soon tires of lt--Cartyle.
Th' moI that eoutinyahly W" he
da't eare ft giialy b' toC' to eidf D
*a W whae xaherhed-P W s
-uk I" aL-i

A Truvelter'l blIumer.
Jacob Boehme, the "mystic shoemak
ar." once wrote a pamphlet which he
called "Reflections on the Treatise of
Isaiah Stiefel." One of Boehme's bi-
ographers had never beard of that the
ologlan. But be knew enough German
to be aware that "Stiefel" meant
"boot," and he was further misled by
the fact that Boehme was a cobbler
as well as a philosopher, so he made
Brilliant shot and spoke of toe pam-
phlet in question as Boehme's "Reflec-
tlons on the Boots of Isaiah." In this
guise it passed into several catalogues.

A ooed TMlu to Knew.
A writer, discussing the lost art of
early rising, say, "The proper time to
rie is when sleep ends." That's a good
thing to lean. Do you know, if we
hadn't seen that in a, paper we should
have gone -m believing that the proper
time to rise was when you were right
in the mist of your soundest sleep.
What a blessed thing it la ftr this blind
old world that there are some men in
It who know nearly everything!
The wise man when be contemplates
a Journey lets his wife pack and then
takes her along to repack. If not, be
will need a dry goods cue to hold the
overflow when be turns homeward.-
New York Times.
sfrttuw a mutt.
1wotmw uset.
Husband-Let me see, how long has
It been since Uncle John was here?
Wife-Oh, t must be several ysars
He was her te week after I got mi
ILst new boast.-Detrqit Tribu.




When the Wind Increased from
18 to 39 in Nine Minutes.
Little Damage Done.

A heavy blow was experienced Sun-
day afternoon in Pensacola. and al-
though but few are aware of the fact
the storm when at its height attained
a velocity of thirty-nine miles an hour.
While the afternoon had been
threatening it was no: until nearly
3 o'clock that the gale swept over the
harbor and city, catching many small
boats out in the open, aid many nar-
row escapes from capsizing are re-
The storm came up very suddenly,
and did not allow those in boats mucn
time to prepare for it. The wind had
been blowing at a rate of 18 miles an
hour for some time, and at 2:44, ac-
cording to weather bureau statistics,
it was registering at this rate. The
next nine minutes, however, saw it
jump up to thirty-nine miles an hour,
an increase of twenty-one miles an
hour in this short space of time.
But little damage was .lone to ship-
ping interests, as there was but little
timber alongside of vessels.
Approach of Storm.
Weather Observer Reed yesterday]
afternoon received a storm warning:
from the central office at Washington,'
notifying him of a disturbance, which
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon was cen-i
tral in the gulf off the mouth of the
Mississippi. The message was as fol-
"Disturbance apparently central 'in
the gulf, off the mouth of the Missis-i
sippi river; its future course Is un-'
certain. Vessels should proceed within
caution from east gulf ports."

Th* Crsv et nealt.
The expression "the cuAe of health,"
which was first used by Oliver Wen-
dell Holmes, himset a physician, Indi-
cates in modern mathematical fashion
the uctMating changes in bodily
health, of which all are at times aware
and which may be expressed by vary-
lag curves etllned on paper.
Many imagine that the normal state
of health Is best represented by a
straight line. This ai by no means the
case. There Is a rhythmic undulation
in the Sow of our vital force. The dy-
namo whish furaishes the working |
powers of eon cionsaes and action has
its annul, monthly, daily waves, even
its momentary ripples. We have our
bad tmes and good time. Some by
careful ob-rvatom of the r e and fall
of this crve have o ad ed their
holidays and times of rest and activity
as to conserv mthr eargie and avoid
the snaas at dseae. It is from his
ktawled at thOs eurv that the fam-
ily phytelan es t m fwnsluy.


Everybody knows
how good a good
beer is, and those who try
it know that Gerst beer is
the best. This is something y
should know and remember.
A Ia*ys callUor "GBerst m, maw
fmoa by t sne anmy SmetJ."
Wn. Gerst Brewing Co, Navlle, To.

PETER BELL, Distributor for Pnsacola.

A high-grade institution for girls and young ladies-a branch of
Brenau College-Conservatory, Oaineavtie, (a. eI t as mia t L tera-
ture, Languages, Science, Music, Art, Omrory, etc. Cobege bufdl~i~
beautifully furnished, everything new; splemlnvMdiw pios. Delight-
ful location. Best accommodations. Extleat taltaE. for ca-
logue address A. W. VAN HOOQIS or H. J. PtOA i E
.P dg s .p, EufaiEa, A.

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Quality, Construction, Finish,

Four Qualifications that Characterize our


Metal Beds in various designs and color, $.00-to $10.00;
$~2.50 to $15.00. Rockers $1.25 to $20.00.

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Sthey ouhto d when te c I-* A WARNING TO hair al Irichcolor
e E oon. unNtbder wSSeMEthey N-e isdsl* tu.-es ME. y A A M so at Checws
are considered. nla his conference with ----- ,- "h IIiS
Governor Higgins the governor of'f Jacksonville Metropolis. ih r Sg
North Carolina shows that there !u* d sn. ;d 5ql Iqtlte
quite a difference between the bonds; ess-. p ttg@?-s#^ . f t the O .*
U gin held by Souta Dakota upon which a n .a. -_
successful suit was brought and the! Tiere seems to be a gang of o-ga.i-0
war bonds themselves, whih were I-1 iged swindlers in the s.)uth, and they ---
r sued merely for political purposes. are preying upon hotels, merchant' i
TM "XJR AL CO PW ANY. Iand others to a 'decree that demands No, 5 603.
'iS .4 more thn ordinary prudence on t.e H.'L. COVINGT3N, Pr3sident M. E. CLARK, Cashler.
-Ar p -"*- 4 4 part of honest men. The" thieve, C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.
M, [Al Mn k m Miasl, ". NEWS AND VIEWS enter a city and put on airs and flout -
FROM STATE PAPERS. ish around boarding houw-t and hotel..
-MEf THE AOCT P or a few ds, ad then plan the I HEAMERICA NATI
TRESS. ..7= cR- work; and 'are generally succ2asstl.
Open th --- in carrytug it out. TAey get'soare onR" OP PENSACOLA, FLA.
---Opening of the 0klwah.who knows little abomt them (tf.
s- CIIr4ON RATE& The opening of the Ocklawaha river rangers) to introduce them a b DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
to navigation means thousands of l0-' ness men. The next step is to en- Capitil Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
s wl***a 5 {- One Moat........... 45 lars in increase of business for the deavor to beat the business mrn OTC ailS c, 20*0 ?00dc
SM ......*** W One Week........... 10 great kaolin industry of Lake county. of property by bogus chc~-, a:'-d :KD'r!LJVC > L t*
Ohm .*....** 1 35 Wek-lyM al O 'Yer. 1lO I. means the employment of many men oilers to pay money for goods per- Iienry L. Co-ington, S.J. Foshee
ftpm ass o% *St an- -g "uand the running on tull time of the chased. When the che+.ns or orders J. M. Pfiffr. / A M. Aver,
t .iage plants now established at Rich- are presented for payment tEy are Bryan Dunwody, W. H. ,1
TM O.KMond and Yalaha, not to mention oth-1 declared worthless, and the outlaw 1: 0. E. Maura,
g N0U M IWSPAPER PFROM WHICH A DETAILD er business enterprises that will be gone with the property. Nearly every rsnk R L. Cawthon,
Si ULU TION lTAtWMENT CAN BE SECURED. fostered and made to grow and pros-! city in the south is being woekai sdy T W. S. Rct:s.o, C. A. O'Nea0 .
tier thereby. By request oi the gov-i there seoundrels, and It )s strange T.F. McGoirin, Dr. W. J. Hnn ab.
erunent engineer the Board of Trad- l how well tlaey succeed. Of coarse, F. E. B-arner, McKenzie Oerrin,
ass--i-n- I _M 0o ers et atre t --" oef Ieeeburg through its executive com- they unl crstan their busin.i.s-so ft.; C. W. LaS :%., Alex McGowia,
A ulmn al no. mittee is now engaged In securingasalk and pretense are conce"ned lJ. R. Saunders, C.M. Covington.
,M ,i !atl.tics of the volume of oommerce' They usually try to procure valhahble Accounts cf Bank-, Individu21l Corpo-ations, and Firms Solicted.
.- r.f the river and lake r-gion, and Prc' jewelry on worthless chc*ks after ianiv, Fou;r per cent. intbrast paid on Time Depo ts.
I. O roud has ben enaed to close,. and before the banks open skip
P TSACOLA, FIAORDA, T"UESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1905. .ure compile the necsary in out. The Jewlry is easilycarrie1, hen- e
fcrat:au. The comitte, consisting the desire to procure it. A few mont ,ts .
atGOING AWAYThe co tt conit ago The Mer-opolis warned the bu.-,
GOING AWAYfT -- ?.,-,,-z. t, f Messrs. A. B. rd and Johzir, hairman ness men of Jacksonville against t hO W \. H. KNOWLES, "resident. W. K HYER, JR, V.-Prs. and Cash.
W v h city for your wi do all that is sible o a- t cepr checks or order, fro THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier. W. N. RBERTS, Asst. Cashier.
mner vacation have The Pensacola SOUTHERN BONDS. s;st the government engineer in his ny one no a well kno.'-n. re.ponsib
Jewn tl fmlto you. Notify irsula -- preliminary work, and it is confidently citizen. Demand calh or no trade, ai
SNew Orleans States. expected that the great importance ol no one upon slight acquaintaavcei
r, maner Phone 8. ..: the undertaking will at an early day should accommodate tho wanderin- 1
le, C#,#.,# ,.,;,... .,... secure navigation of the Oklawaha by beats by introducing them to citze.;,
SMtky ntleman fcer as We are told that next week steame Ierr from the St. Johns river to which is a quasi recommendation. He
A Kentucky gentleman farmer hAs We are told that next week the- the lakeS.-Lcesburg Chronicle. ware of all strangers w.o come L N A
PledCed jobless corn. Jagless corn will be a conference of the governors * buy wih anything but cash. If you
J310e is now In order. of four states held at Atlantic City A Supporter of Gilchrist. de not personally know them don't!
for the purpose of considering the The editor of this paper has on sev- accept anything but money.
3Ru31a being unable to defeat the question of the repudiated war bon !s eral occasions, been asked why he so Of PenSsOOIl B F ai,
3 being unable to defeat the of their respective states which has'strongly supported General GichristeFie.
Jaumes wkih gunpowder, will now been lately reopened. Governor. i his controversy Generh theGTampa GULLIBILITY OF SHEEP.
~a mpt to do so with talk. Glenn of North Carolina, is already Tribune. For the information of those
at the meeting place, and it is said intere,:ed we write as follows: A comim lSt ofteP trm* o DIRECTORS F. C Brnt, W. A. Blount, W Knowles
that his state alone nas these war Albert W. Gilchrist is a big man; Animal Stupidt .
Sojetvensky had better remain on bonds outstanding to the amount of not only physically, but mentally. He The utter stupidity of sheep is per- W. Hy I., D. G.
the sick list for a little while longer. $10.000,000 which has been outlawed 1:; a man of affairs. "a man who does haps nowhere more strongly evidenced
The trouble is not over yet. by acts of the legislature and by pro- things." and the right kind of things than in the perfect satisfaction with
visionsof the state constitution. Thee. Easy to approach, gentle in dis- whIch a ewe that has lost her lamb fO1EIGl AH D01ESTIC E 1G1AIS 80 11T AlD S1LD
Wonder if mperor William contem bonandswerye iued in te most lavi position and strong in deference cl will take toj strange lamb around I DOT
te the benevolent as laton the hcarpet-baggers what he believes to be the right, the which has been fastened the skin of We drw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels disbursed upon the Most
th e andinavian peninsula? close ored the civilwar aness south appear General is an excellent type of true her dead offspring. cnange on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Termj and their bl
that certain states in thware north appear southern manhood. Considering that the skin of the dead Germany, Franc., Austria, Italy, nations taken Payble at Prt of
that certain dates in the north whe "e is too large a man to do little lamb is often merely thrown loosely Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, .atont y rt o
The Georgia ubernatorialcontet passed acts to acept emad brave things," and all who know him per- over the back of the living lamb, some- Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and DestatonT Day Aft
between Clark Howell and Hoke Smith suits against the state issuing them sonally. so agree. General Gilchrist times hanging almost to the ground on other European countries. el Arrive th.e
is beginning to resemble a Pensacola South Dakota received bonds of thi. has never, though we know him well, one side or the other and making the
municipal campaign. kind and the United States Court heid e ver intimated that he ntened t amb appear the qaintest kind of ani-
that while suit could not be brought enter the race for gubernatorial hon- mal inglabe. theewe's gulibilit in Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection ith which
b) an individual against the state for ors, but if he does, the News will sup-
The French scientists who positive- the amount of the bonds, one a port him. Will support him not be. this respect is remarkable. Thercan have a Private Department for the use of R ter
1t identified' John Paul Jones by means could sue another. New York having cause he is a native of DeSoto county. be no other explanation of her satisfac- /
of a mole upon his !eft ear after oe acquired a large lot of -he North Caro but (or the reason that we honestly tion than that she really thinks the
had been dead something over a ce lin bonds, Governor Glenn has had believe that he would make the great muffled little tanter Is her own proaSg- *e
had been dead something over a tea- "^ v~in Depl tmont-nntrhtas
tury, are entitled to the belt. a conference with Governor Higgins state of Florida a wise, clear headed eny; otherwise She would give it no at- ungs Depat m WWUW
tury, are entitled to the belt, on the subject, and in the course of and broad minded chief executive. tention whatere,
the talk the former is quoted as say- Here's to you, Seneral.-Arcadia Its appearaneedoes not seem to count, posits at N te of 4 per o n p r Annum.
West Palm Beach has a "Hot Air ng: oNews. nor even its voice, Its smell is every-
est Pm B Hot Ar "The question of southern war * thing, whleZlInay be seen in any flock --- ----
Club" which recently discussed the bonds is one that is involving man, Why "Smiting the Hand?" of ewes and lambs for while the moth- HILTO W V
question: "Resolved, that the Norway- of the southern states. There seems! In defending its suggestion of ers certainly iippear to know the bleat- B. M.WHNLL.s UAiO Bs MANlMSLUDMO..aNO,, A CA.s3a
Sweden Revolution w be much complication connectelGerge Wilson for governor, the lug of their own children, thedentf- C citizens national B ank
Sweden Revolution will be detrimen- with the same. The bonds I have In Ocala Banner asks "Why should the tion is always completed by the ewe W
tel to Norway." That is hot air, pure mind where North Carolina is con-i people of Florida smite the hand thatofPsna ,ional
and simple. earned have been bought by a New'is beautifying and enriching the sniffing the coat of her lamb. ofPeneola, Floridt .
York syndicate as a speculation. The;- state?" This Is in reference to Mr I have b9en l6oiing at two such Go.Wrrot rors T.1 Welte,
thought that they could do as dill Flagler. Will the Banner please state quaint family f in the lambing pens re- c Wrigh Ronson, Mo. i. Hrlltonr B.
President Hadley, of Yale, may be-South Dakota to collect them. It! b-y hat method of reason it cleduce:, cently, and the plt~vtre of a sedate ewe A UENSRAL BANKING B USINE8S TRANSACTED.
fieve in socially ostracising Parson happens, however, that the South Da- that a refusal to make Mr. Flagler's placidly attending to two weird little
Rockefeller, but he probably dosn kota bonds were issue complex agents public officers Is smiting his creatures which look as ift they have
intRokefeller, butil he probably doesnne railroad and weresecred by stock hand?-Tampa'Heraid. been half flayed (one of them was ac- 4t **4******.$. .eeeeeepeepl>M o->
intend to do so until he has annexed In another railroad company. The, $ tually dragging Its second skin In the J.S. REESE, President. E. W. MENgFEE. Cashier.
as much of Mr. Rockefellers cash & payment was made on a hasis of 25 tually its econd kin the J. S. REESE, President. W. MNFEE. Cashier.
sbl Rockeeller me dl l a A Panama Pesimi t. straw) was the most conical study of R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
old forossible. s plus on t interest. The other! One of the most extraordinary anz, animal stupidity which could be lmag- TH K
bonds issued by the carpet bag gov- preposterous attacks yet made upon ined.-London Express. THE PEOPLE BANK OF rPE Si A UOL .
J. T. Mapoles has assumed the eJr. ernment are worthless, and they are the Panama cana! proposition is to be Dirtor--L. J. R.eves, J. S. Reee, W. DA C. Keler R. M. Cary,
tcrship of the Milligan Herald. Mr. in the nature of political bonds." credited to a gentleman by the nam( Besoty ad the east. W.A. D'Alemberte, +. A. Jennings.
apoles is well and favorably known Governor Glenn did not hesitate to lf Yeomans. who probably considers "How do you do, Mrs. Venus?" ex- TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Itnewss is well and aorably known, tell the governor of New York that himself an expert. and who was cer claimed a gentleman of that lady's ac- YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTPULLY SOLICITED. *
newspaper circles and undoubtedly any attempt to sue on the bonds ot tainly at one time a member of the quaintance. "Pray, what brings you ... .
will push the Herald rapidly into the the carpet-bag regime would only Interstate Commerce Commission. out so early in the day?"
roat rank of Florida weeklies. mean costly litigation for both states; This gentleman has recently return Oh I've st been to the hotr
that North Carolina was fully dete.'- ed from Panama and has evidentl.v "Oh I've Just been to the photogra-
mined not to a thenh, and he was brought back with him considerable pher with my pet pug Pongo" (which
Rt should be explain' that Uncle more than he took away. she carried In her arms), "and we have pX CA-
ain's local meteorological wizard is It is n6t long ago that Mr. Yeomans had our portraits taken together, Who| eae and Retail Dealer L
aI responsible for the mist weather The e U@WFoIaft'Umteul ugr. r-ublicly d clard t hatte Pnlt. mm t wo on o?. Bety and thbi Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
prl anostications that have been a g 1me,905 thing of this sort has already been saucy little laugh. and Blacksmith C .J
handed out recently. The daily 9 a heard from other sources, but it was "And what a little beauty he is, to be Office-No. 3 South P rafnx street. Te'ephoe, $2.
prophesy" i weleved every night d, Tgt a of left for this profound pessimist to sure," replied Johnson Inadvertently Yards on arraosand onalez eet Pho, 6.
ret fta the chief juggler at Wash- give us the true inwardness of the as he tenderly stroked poor Pongo's argossret
."ThOe railroads," declares Mr. Ye- cranium.
mans "are controlling the situation And then he suddenly remembered- .. .
aa epew. h interviewed 1 1,10 i and for the reason that the Nicaragua and became hot and cold in turn, and John Massey. Jackson Brandon. T.D. Adama
project w feible it was killed." they parted strangers forevermore. n c o tr i Company
SParis c:orrespondent of the New By "railroads" this Authority evi- C eEl UIfiC8 1om
Yerk World regarding the Equitable dently means the great transconti- sBcholarly Version. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
m refused to talk on the subject, sr.ental lines, whose business some On the campus of Emory college, In ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
t aseid: "I am tired of all these COPES shallow observers imagine would he Oxford. Ga., there is a table to the Cor. Intendencia and Bell Phone,
ws." That sentence expresses injured by the opening of the Panama memory of Ignatins Few, the first Baylen Sts. 579.
M hat sentene exp es h canal. president. One day a freshman wis No job to big cr small for us. We do work In any part of the
O*- K maj ority of the American gr a v a As a matter or fact, the cojipletiol. rer.sing the campus with his cousin, city and also out'tside the city. t
ioptm m a e f that great waterway would give who asked him to explain the Ihscrip- -8 I
the commerce of the country an im tion on the st...e.. -- ... -

OCHN KS ACCEPTABLE petus such as has never before been "'Vivit non mortnus est,"' she ..*. *.*8* **Q4'+t' p
ONLY AS PC IDseen. Everybody knows this--every read slowly. "What doe. that mean, A RE 3 B
ONLY AS SPECIFIED. 95 body, that is, except Mr. Yeomans; Will?"1
The following rather unique decis- and as ihe-like some illustrious cit "Tht," sid the freshman easily II
Sat the supreme cour* of Illinois is zwns of our own state-is evident..
Io f the supreme court of Illinois is ILV Y dly haunted by the railroad or "cot- "oh, that eants, 'He fyes-no, e
gate in the last issue of Brad. porat" bogey, his ce ndhis co. don't, he's dead.'" HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A
skew's: meat may safely be given up as hope- -- 4 s
A debtor seat to a creditor a heck -The following figures show The Pen- less.-Jacksonville Times-Unlon. Au Odd Epitap. oWn-Town Office and Builders' Si
agompanied by a letter saying that sacola Journal's circulation for each * The following epitaph is to be read U Dl Depo :
t check was in full of account. The day during the month of June, 1905, Will Line Up For Phillips, on a tombstone at Saragoss(a. Spain: 1* WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU
~ditor's bookkeeper made out a J.. It is stated on all klhus of authority "HIere lies Jo'an Quebec-a. pr'centor tj FOrE PLACING YOUR ORDLR FOR *BE-
gtftmt Of the account as shown with the average number of copies than Hon. Robert. S. PhiHips. of Tamr my lord the king. When lie is admit- TERAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE AUILDIN MA
1W the creditor's books and credited dgily: pa, will be a candidate for congress ted to the choir of angels, whose so- UNPACKING A PTION WE A T AY
l check, leaving a balance due. He June 1 4,600 June 16 4,460 to succeed Hon. S. M. Sparkman. clety he will embellish and where he *
took the statement to the debtor, jm 4,450 June 17 4,450 There is one thing that 16 certain: will distinguish himself by his powers CAR LOAD OF PAINT *
Sthat t showed the amount due J a 4,450 June 18 4,700 Herbert Phillips doesn't want to go to of song, God shall sayu to his ang'Is. and want your bsines. Prompt attend to all
that the cheek had ube redit-I.A ....- 1... .............. -,.. i. i....v, e ..

d requested a checa fo- the balance. June -
te debtor said that he did not owe June 6 4
anything, and he renewed the state- Dum 7 S
anat when the bookkeeper said that Juno 8 4
te check had been merely credited Jun 9 4
do account. The Supreme Court of Jun 10 4
Umaolt held, in the case of The Can-.Jun1e 1 4;
" Union Coal Company vs. Parlin at& e
Om adoff Company. that the facts did n .
at justify an inference that the con- June 13 4
tleo on which the check was sent June 14 4
-a waived by the debror so as to Juno, Al S
event the retention of the check Total
m constituting accot and satisfae. Average
tRn. The court said: "If the plaintiff
Was t willing to accept the cheek I hereby c
b seaNt in full of the account and ac- ent is coT
koowledge the receipt of it. am re- words on fle
ed it ought to have returned t.
rle that required It to do so a
ithber harsh nor unjust, bt it e-t
eared to the defendant tb riht to "' Bwor to
tave its check reoetved as e Ief. if this f eth d
mIeftd at all, less there M a
meeeaeam waiver of the cosnditi "

June 19 ..... congress any worse man t e peopi "'ease. ye calves, and let .e hear
Junie 19 ^ "~' '-" 1 "('Cease. ye calves, and let Me bear
June ant him to go and when h says the John Quebeca, the precentor to my
June 21 4,4501 word the whole Second district willto
June 22 4 40line up for him.-Zolfo Advertiser, lord the king."
June 23 4,4 t. she Made Good.
June 24 4,700i l MnteGo
June 25 4100 The Single Aunt-You shouN be most "I don't see what sense there Is In
June 28 .... assiduous to keep yourself spotted you women dressing so expensively."
June 27 4,450 from the world. Cornelia. You are o- "'That's just the way papa used to
June 28 4,450, lcitous, are you not. to enter heaven talk."
June 29 4,4501 after you eros the river? The Bud- "Talks that way yet. doesn't e?"-'
June 30 4,4501 Yes But. auntie, Im not averse to a "No. indeed. When I caught you he
ith ....... 117,1o0' lttle heaven on this de.-Puek. admitted that there was method in my
.. ...... 4,594; madness."-Houston Post.

HRelmema Runt's Pa"li0es.
Mr. Holman Hunt spent seven years
on his great painting "The Trtimph of
the ln -,e"f," aid the" was not at all
eatlaed with It while "The Shadow
at Dealk" took him r yee rs.

He who ean epeMal his joys s great-
er than he who e l his Ie-
IAratn ,

Pat-Did ye bear that old Hogan
was dead, Mrs. Ryan? Mrs. R.-Is be,
thin, poor man? Sure. I always linew
that would be the end of him.
The more erroneous a fool's JUOgl
meant the more firmly be holds it.-Ba-
thasar Graca.L-,

certify that the above state-
rect socording to the rec.
in this office.
Circulation Mgr.
a;d subscribhed bef~rei e
g of June. 1i .
A P.aDr I

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Pensacola. Phone 717. '- ..

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Peassaeela, pie.
'- F.LWeekly RateN fomt"..
F. L. OWEN, "
Forerly ofat Wiadeer sal Araeot :
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Knights f Columbue.
S Meetings of the
Knights of Colim)us
S re held at :he!r hj:.
No. I We't Intenj<.i
ae1 @tree:,. on ever'
Monday -vening at
7:30 o'clock, Ana 4-
vitatlon is extended
o visiting Knights.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight

Pemassea Ledges N 4, L 0. 0. F.
Pensacola Iodge No. 4. L 0. 0. P,
eta every Theursday evening :t 7:
tt the new hall on West tarle
street Vilitings brthren cordia:y
invited. M. A. NILSO.. N. 0
B. R. WITKOVSKI. Secretary.

aOml Lodge No. 10, Rebekah ils
era neets every Monday night a:
o'clock i L O. F. Hall. Vl
tipg sisters cordially lv Ited to *
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0 W,
eoets in Pythian Hall lt sand 3rt
VedneadayS In each moeth. VhiLtua
overeigas emrdially invited.

ecisalor Encampment 1. 0. 0. F
Racelslor E campment No 4 a t1
M mecoad and furth '.'.ia-i a

0. 0- F. Util, o0 weect 'a..-


Joppa Ledge NM 4, L 0. 0. F.
da. i mee every Tuesday -erec:: : : 7
4a. o'clock at Rfford Hall. W.': Ga--
streeLt. VistlUng brethrm cr .a
' uLtted. H JUD3VIN. N G
- ., C. L. SMITH., See

Oak Grove, IAdje NMo 4. Wcoses'$
Circle, meets every Tharaday a ; 9 I.
m. Visiting sovereign cordial, .-'
AIjnI a B ANUM, Guard.af.

M. U B. A. No. 81 meets fir-a: a-:
third Wednesay evet at; .'
w, Raford Hall. No. 1l West : es.
A. FELL, Pres.

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Ofct Houre: 9 to 12 and 3 to 3.
Ree o 405 Thiegen Build j

PHONE 553.

Attorneyand Counsellorat L.
106 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Reem 500 Thisee Ild. pho

Office-Southwest c.)rnr p
and Intendenci,.

PHONE 525.

Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, a.


will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August



There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and th rl Wedne--
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be press.
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS,
W. L. DELAY, PrsidenL
Pensacota Lode No 3, K. of P.
meets every Monday evening at 8.:
V'elock at tair Castle Ball, Blown
Watson buUdxing. corner Palafox adl
Oarde streets VYnIagbrethr cnm e
dially welcome 1.

JRathbnu ILodge 10
20- K. o aF, meets ever
TV qrsday evening at 4i A
o'clock te their Cas
hIAd, tMrd foaor. E:'iat.
W atson buildingg, so- ~
we4t corner Palafo.* and
Gardea streets VaTitun knalgh are
'ordiUly weor"4-

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continue our tmtom as log as we r
main in businew to handle only drug

Walk Into My Parlor," sed the Spider. B ENAD E INES-t1a-"%*
Hv Bu No Doctor can obtat the deared

BUT FORGET ME NOT! tadCg,,,TaxesH F EBeenc t
Increased Abuity. The t 25 Per roo Cent the o
Over Last Year, as State place above al others were Quadt
*a Las Tear I- AF&s counts above everything else. It yo0

Beware of Silvery-Tongued Circulars and Alluring Advertisements! Has Leved 6 Mills. e patit t
taxes has been made over last year.must be particular with the medicine
A bac I wl increase In state and county Cbt )t You must have hls precri tione 'lled
Remember, I am Raised Among You and Am Here to Stay! andtwillwrenothina aout purabout and hemials.e dfrehdr
l$'ll~l* IU llII I UU n llII UU l~U nilU 1 ~ and will nake a total oi about 20 mills and chemicals. We cordialy invite
Against 15% for the past year. The Quality your patronage d assure prompt at
rate levied by the state has Just been tension a courteous treatment.
received in Pensacola and shows that tti ad courteous t
I u mme Ia ill be O r nly 20the state rate has b been placed at 6
y mills, an increase of 2 mills, while the Ts e have Pred over TWO HiNce w
I W W lli e li iIPr \ IP W l IP IIl n l III I county levy was increased almost the THOUSAND Prescriptions since w
M M dSummer Sale w i be Over on Juy 20thl same figures. The county levy Is 13% Always have been in business.
and the state 6 mills, making a total
of 19% mills for the state and county.
Before That Date, Visit Tax Assesor Richards has received W, A D'ALEMBERTE
the following from ComptroHller Croom t
relative to the state levy, ano@ the pur- Phone 109. Druist d Apothecary. 121 S. Plafox.

The Bush Sale 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 Each Day. ---a's,-- To
Tax Assessor of the Several Counties
of the State of Florida, Gentlemen-
The total tax rate for the year A. D. YAROROUGH'8 VERSION An r 30es sme
'1905 Is fixed at 6 mills, as follows: OF WALKOUT.
Special Bargains- Ladies' Broadcloth, Felt, Brilliantine, Mohair, Albatross ax revenue ...... 1 mill Au(Continued from ralia tells how some m
Pension tar (as reduced by
and W ool Skirts $3.50 to $4.50 values Rush Sale Price $2 48 each Governor) ...............3 mills any assistance and to do anything in structlons to the men in the bus
SState Board of Health tax.... % mill their power to help us through the' on no account were they to lay
"You are, therefore, directed to ex- trouble. their firearms," he says. "Afte
All sizes. Come early. No peddlers or wholesale merchants supplied. tend the state taxes on the real and On the morning of the 13th the ing been absent for a short tim
personal property in your county at 6 strikers walked out. The wives ofi turned and found that they had
mills on the dollar. Yours truly, several of the employees came .rig't their revolvers and carbines on a
"A. C. CROOM, in, several new female attendants tree and were working at abou
"Comptroller." were employed, which enables us to yar d wer e working at aboo
*Br~~~ n eriH^&. ---*^ ^^^^^ __manage the female department. In h i" ntve he
F 1 ~~~~~One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Ool.- the pla left vacant rapidly ful habit of dragging their
eL ml JJ ^L r ^ * B *lare Earned, few days we will have all the help I through the grass with their toe
The average man does not save to needed in both departments. Every. all the while looking as Innocent
exceed ten per cent of his earnings. thing is remarkably quiet and I antc- t possible for them to look.
Mea must spend nine dollars in living ipate no further trouble. Will be able natives had only thought of it
D penses for every dollar saved. That to give the patients the care they; might have given the cutters a
NE PLEAURE CRAFT being the case he cannot be too careful should receive and there will be no time."
PNE PLEASURE CRAIIII W ORKING FOR A about unnecessary expenses. Veryo- danger or cause or alarm on that
WHICH HAS A HISTORY. WORKING ten a few cents properly invested, like score. It has put harder work on the turkta DL.usr.
SHAbuying seeds for his garden, will save attendants for a few ys, but it will A farmer who was much troub
SK n's launch Stephen is rap- ALF HOLIDAY NOTO II several dollars outlay later on. It is not be long before we will have a trespassers during the nutting
:ng distinction as one of the the same in buying Chamberlain's Col- full complement in each department consulted with a botanical friend
S-,,'st and. what is more impor I le, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Thierehas not bwen a colored nurse botanist furnished him with the
,,:.e of he m rst comforytye eaats but a few cents, and a bottle ofie
he bay. She is wideomJACKSONVILLE MINISTERS INAU- In the house often saves a doctor's newspaper reports to contrary lal name of the hazel, and the f
copiedd with canvas after the I L CGURATE MOVEMENT WITH III bill of several dollars. For sale by all withstanding. pl tl a noic t
of a naval- -hip s boat. In factA druggists. Of course, I regret the whole affair, ous points about his premises:
phen is a ship's boat and sh" TTHIS END IN VIEW. but do not see how I couldhave act- "Trespassers take warning! A
',lxtor attached. GOOD COLD WATERMELONS ON ed otherwise and preserve the neces- sons entering this wood do so at
.ephen was one of the boats, lINiGHT OUBT ICE AT STRATTON ICE WORKS. sary discipline in the hospital or my own risk, for, although common
to the S~snilshb cruiser Isia1 own self-respect, are not often found, the Corylus
n. which Dewey captured in The Ministherial Alliance of Jackso- Very respecfuy, lana abounds everywhere about
Bat She was brought here viDwe is taking the initial steps in a BE A BEAVER. laaaonseeThr R,
Ba swa broht t e e vement which has as Its object a r. and never gives warning of its
7 1 and sd.o nh A Ofhe f'int ---;tte half holidayhfor all employes in the Who Has Gen Trouble to HOTEL GETSSuperinJUDMEendentNT ence."
,. using the boa it of Jacksonville every week, says AGAINST INDIANA PUPIL. GOOD COLD WATERMELONS ON The place was unmolested tht
n V.i wh h. rocer busi WaS He terday After. the Jacksonville Times-Union. th City and County Officers. S ICE AT TRATTON ICE WORKS. and the farmer gathered his
:" -." : has a limited At the last meeting of the alliance an u 0so. W. Sims proprietor of the Es- peace.
S, ''. pare. NOR a d Mlatte k- the matter was iliscussed at length, Gui t oSrio cambi& hotel, who recently brought BE A BEAVER.
",;, .o pthos ty pwi Ia Maler u and the ministers present were all ap- UUIlty of Sou suit against the teachers and pupils A Roomy Hotel.
pn of those types pointed a committee to see the bust- Of t Indians college for money due KNIGHTS OF COLUMUS TO A story is being told in A
S'e bat leships less men of Jacksonville, and to feel the hotel in caring for several hun- ORGANIZE STATE COUNCIL American woman who visited G
Sthe ae public sentiment upon having one a- dred of the pupils when they wer- -- on a cruise of the Mediterranean.
S, with a A point meeting of cnmittees re- ernoon of each week for recreation. here some months ago on a pleasure The Knights of Columbus of Florida she entered the train at the Pra
S t ime and she ha resenting the city and Chamber It is apparent that this movement Bob. Washington a negro who has trip, has secured judgment in the have arranged to hold a convention in| order to reach the city she wa
Sparties or other Commerce wag held yesterday aftert- was inaugurated by the ministers of borne a bad reputation in Pensacola' sum of $247 in the circuit court, and. St. Augustine on August 3rd, when a served by a fellow traveler to i
-- find r one of noon in the r ams o r 1 Chamber Jacksonvilleauguforth e purpo oferng for many ears, and who ha riven the matter has been transferred to state council will be oaned. Al bly disturbed and was asked toe
-. : -: ay for whatever Cmonimerce the meeting being for the te clerks of Jacksonvflle p at least halt the city and county officials more trou. Itdiana for collection, of the councils of the elate of this
S. ro to use her. purpoe f discussing the proposed d c wek rere a ble than any two men in the city, wa The hotel had prepared to take care order will be represented the reason for her distress. Oh
....- bond issue. Those who attended the a e-orse .o ther t ins yesterday convicted in the criminal of a larger number of persons than The Pensacola council has selected .rplied, "I've been wondering wh
War Against Consumption. I mclng were the members of th-he- ... hO ..lida. on. Sat- court of breaking and entering with were taken to the hot-I by the man- D. J. Hayes, DeputyGrand Knight and shall do. I hear we shan't be a
i. ao! arn endeavoring to Chamber of Commerce committee, da when the v are paid off All of intent to commit a felony- agement of the excursion, and brought Theo Pfefferle, warden, to represent get rooms at the Acropolis, and I
.:, .>, con-ump:ion, the ,omposed of President Silllman, Sec- ., ... omnas hve a. f aturda.v Washington was arrested by the P- suit to recover the loss so sustained. No. 778 at the convention. know the name of any other hotel
,;na' cnms so man reT ary Jones, Thos. C. Watson, Dave a -oS a lice a few weeks ago, charged with _______ _
F .. Ho re and Kugileman and C. W. a Ta afternoon, and with the exception o having broken into the saloon of G , -
r .' an! olds prerfect- city's representatives were Mavyjr o mercn .nso -lli close for Guar.ina, at the corner of Zarragossa
o :.- ii" no danger of con- Bliss. Mayor Pro Tern Maura City A:-. .echan of Ja.. o R, and Barcelona streets, where a quan- .
... 1,, n risk your health rney Jones, Comptroler Morgan. l of Saturday. The .. cers have tty of liquor was stolen and a new
S.5 .n ,. ,ikn-wn Joreparaeion Chairm ranpk Reilly, A. H. D'Ale been closing on Thursday afternoons, cash register smashed to pieces. Chase.
",, H.V ana Tar is safe irte and P. K. Yonge of the finance and there remain only a few of the M. Coston, representing Washington,
"ar. : .n e.su..: Ask for committee and F. C. Brent and L: Hil-lnes of business where the clerks are ave notice that he would move for a '
-. in and Tar and ins.st up-n town.reen, of the bond trustees. Chair-not ven a half holiday weekly. But new trial.
S "\ \ AleImber'e drug-. man Reilly of the finance committee I despite this there are a great many em- D. J. Willis, charged with aggravat-
S apof : carvy. presided. plyes who fail to get this concession ed assault, was convicted and senten-
The bond ordinance as now before- fom their employers, and it is for ced to pay a fine of $100 and costs or
BE A BEAVER. tihe council was gone over carefully, them that the Ministerial Alliance is serve 8 months at hard labor.
_____ and each clause discussed at length, at work. .... Mattie Williasms and Rebekah Ham- -- ;
- --- The meeting convened at 5 o'clock in It was stated yesterday that the ef- mnd were tried for participating In
the afternoon but it was after 7 last fort was to be dLrected toward having an affray. The Williams woman was a
ening before it adjourned. I the merchants set aside Saturday af- convicted while the other defendanthaas c ia high grade oft M alt and ops C ,
I | portant amendments to the original' Burton Cases Set.
,* hil | ordinance were proposed and will e Vniin I T n The cases against B. H. Burton, who IS propery re e 1nt0 r, 1L re- J
i* presented to the .council for its con- iii V I l has seven charges against him, were it i th mt benefi ial v ra. b a e
1Um | hnn t h i: derationn. | I U ll Vnu nilUi set for trial on next Tuesday. SU S In e m0s e ever ,

SLLL here m n d spoiled if you find tha the strange to medical science. Hops a e
...... 1) 14a,,yor Bliss aas called a special set-- food and water does not agree with I iov to medical E
sion of the council for to-night, anl our w.ak stomach. You suffer from ternoon for a half holiday for their 0
it is expected that all members w iCrap D"arrhea, Nausea or Kidney clerks, but it is understood among theature prem ier nerve restorer; alt ,
FEELING I be in attendance. The meeting hal Troubles. Be sure to take a bottle quf small merchants of Jacksonville and 0 t /
originally been called for noon to-day. especially those of West Bay street is itsequal as a body buil er an the/ :
but it was decided to change the hour i there will be a strong opposition to
:ng that most men in 7 o'clock "to-night. HOSlTIIIERS this plan. It is argued that the con- c mbination is perfected n
Some of them patractors and others who employ labor
Secure it: others Cured Bright's ODis e. pTMfAPU RITTFDQ pay their men on Saturdays, and that / _
Sy-to-vear and get Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mill'. YwUswhlI UU IILI. they distribute a great deal of money
*r money Lawrence Co.. N. V.. writes: "I ha on Saturday afternoon and night. On
Ik yo t to take our kidney disease for many years and with you and be able to enjoy your the other hand, it is claimed that those
excellency of our had been treated by physicians for trip horoughy. It strengthens h,, who employ labor might be induced to
:: would y welve years; had taken a well known stomach and prevents the above pay them on Mondays, ana: this would
PLEASE US IMMENSELY kidney medicine and other remediesI na Constipation, S leepns pSr obviate the most serious objection to
Se in and look relief until I beg us Foley's Kid- Appetite or Malaria, Fever and Ague. What wantedis a uniform day. We import Bohemia's best Hop, nd the world's finest
a merchant tai ney Cure. The first hall bottle re .- The ministers desire to have same Malt and here, as elsewhere, our methods are character-
Sm rantea t lived me and four bottles have cured! afternoon for all those who are giving *a trm hosaeca ce-
St me of this terrible disease. Before .a half holiday, even though Saturday by extreme leanliness. The malt to be used is put
S-.n. and ,t I began taking Foley's Kidney ce, ; i not selected. through a thorough, long-draw, t process of mechanical
It. and* .. .. I had to make water about every The ministers who have been call- '
made-t-rder" fifteen minutes. day ad night, and The miners who have enca elens g, which purfies it of every particle of foreign ,
en.. u .h and :- pased a brick-dust substance, ani ,* i ille report that they have been grati- matter and dust, leaving the malt kernels finally as clean a ,
g sometimes a slimy substance. be- lll ed to learnthatth eris not as much ad perfect as can be. With de guard for your health
.apes, $5 to $15. taken Foley's Kidney Cure." W. A. .. thought there would be. A great this I a beer you an ell to drk.
D'Alemberte. drnggist and apothecary. The A. A. Waterman many of the merchants who have been w ..e .-. o*
"Modern" Fountain Pena sen have expressed their willingness American Queen Beer is9sMd atl hotels, oubs, cafes,
BE A S lAVER. I fills selt. clems Itself to co-operate with the alliance in Its
Why Pay More? ^ .restaurant, etc. CWior it a s i ur h *
IPYfCKiaH Mor07P H C [ U.-and writes evenly to the effort to have a half day set apart in
OFlVCE6 OP THIR CUSTODIAN, U.. Jacksonville for recreation.
S. Postolce and Court House, Pensa-, end. At the next meeting of the Minis- A
Pcola, Florida. July 14th, 19. Sealed terms' Alliance, which is to be held on AM E A
IH a proposals wil be receive- at this o e' S2 l50 $3.50 next Monday morning, the matter is MACONM A.
*. U. A l iII until 3 o'clock p. m'. o the 31st day m to be more fully discussed. The min- ...C N,
h e y" e ^ l rANSON mof July, .1W, and them opened for- terms are confident that they will suc- .
CA C removal of old boer and settings .t.. ed in this effort on the part of the Watch for the next ad be
CASH CLOTHIB rioR and installato newrst on se- r tre' arno s d working classes of the city.
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OW DAVI& when nine or tea at WWA help wire ai"n aleto no tonFy a so vl
MS. I ASITY when nale or tQ h a sh help were a lovable girl; an honor graduate of
AS I WN BY A QIF D retained for t ,ehon bleic ow Summerin Institute at Bartow class
Yaday the amnOt 9UTett WR this w ldl, and a "born writer," but her social We
YOUNQ SOUTHEM WRiTER. ber couldpick Id woke mk uch an" a r simi
s. MartL Anderaoo, an appreciable dif erence that thr vaernt plia ts a re superior and- Mor.
SAtlanta a d s yong outhem ern qstion is together a mmeret story. Mplimps has w are real helpmeett
Writer eemct-" wi~ th e .Mew York Tbhe hoekeer of to-day to that e. ibon ian ha wrd course a i Ohel
Globe md O mr l A t tion spends herself e more than ahe To e wpwar6ng is announced for Tues-'
Swrites cha ly ao the *rst lady of ormerly did. I note a diffrece inl dy August 1, and the "press gang"
Sthe O edemc- y whom ehe recently them. tooen to the ramotera E wil unite with Innumerable "other
interviewed as* olows: of the south, for the retes spirit of lead" in best wishes.
A m. Wollus and Jessamine quite i t b hasA BLUFin
There a srne the H el Ger- less tropical elimtes. NADINE FACE POWDER is corn DAY AT MAGNOUABLUFF.
ard in this city to which all southern- A Doubtful AMvantge. poamded and purified by a newly di- A party o young people spent a
56 ._ --ers who come this way go sooner or "The necessity for earning her liH- covered process. Pirolces a beaautl- most enjoyable day at Magnoia Bluff
Al tem later. kt is up O the seventh loor- ing has dome much or the, southern ful, soft, velvety appearance, which Sunay, chaperoned by Mrs. Herna-
S-high above the rush and roar of the woman. too, and yet I am still old- emins until washed off Ladies who deL. The day was spent bathing, play-
m woman in twenty4-e bat what, ity life-mad here, in big, light rooms. fashioned enough in my views to be use Nadine ace Powder are sure the in games and in other amusement .
ulers with some deranrp nt of the with pleasing furniture is gathered lieve that the woman who works does, completion will be soft and lovely at Those who were in the pary were
ale organism. and this is the secret all that Is left of those who were lose something-it is like the 'bloom' close of the evening. es la and Irene Hernande.
So many unhappy homes. closest associated wth the lost cause. on a delicate fruit-omethg quite THE QUALITY IS UNIQUALAL. Zoe Bell, Marprete Gonzalez, Ger l-
No woman can be amiable, light. A white-hatred woman, with keen, intangible-which Is lost by contact Buy one 50-cent green package of dine Borrae and Messrs. Rutzier. wil.
h~artd and happy. a joy to her hu- bright eyes, a tense manner, which be- with the world. Still, so much is gain- Nadine Face Powder, and it you are lie Bogart, Quintine and Leoncia
biad and children, and perform the speaks a life tensely Ivea, and a voice ed in self-dependence of the right ort not entirely satisfied. notify us and sorras.
iesincumbent upoa heher hen she ia so soft and sweet that one almost that this loss is almost olset, and per we will promptly refund your money. ,*
With backche. headache, catches the romance of the ante-bellum haps my regret is sentimental that the Sold by all leading druggists, or mail Miss Annie McWilliams left Satur-
Ssleeplenes bearing. days In its infect. Is the guardian necessity for wage-erningdoes take price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, day night and is xpecd to return
-rdl pains. displacetmentof the womb. of this shrine. She is Mrs. Jefferson women into the world prepared only by to-da from a visit to friends in Mo- V
l weakness or oarian troubles Davis--ll that is left of that day of "It is because I was brought up so NATIONAL TOILET CO, Parts, Tenn. bile.
tt and sapp retorts tae long ago, peacefully rounding out her differently that I can never accusto McWilliams left Sunday to
e is driven out of the hoaness d ll n- eightieth year"in the twilight," as she self to accept coeducation as a vsit for a few weeks, her daughter
vme is dren outr oe f e oman' ura calls it. in the mildest of memories good thing for women. A woman' southland. Mrs. Davis slipped the J. D. Massey in Roberts, lau.
ine m -wome troub l. oa r and objects that have meant all to her charm is in her elusiveness and the vase aside and revealed a paint- in bs
Rid this letter. and much to those who loed her. daily and familiar association which ing of Beavoir-the old Misssippi r Frank ise and brother Louis
..Jim _nkhmm:.-_ Mrs. Davis has recently been very il, coeducation brings about between homestead. -It is a great comfort to returnrd to their home in Selma Sui-
Iwas rioub..dfc reihty wtthar.ag- with an attack of heart failre and is boys and girls is a serious drawback me" she said. with a gentle sigh. d a er ee.
lrit whkih t rkedown my hI th d still very feeble. She is able to leave, to the advantages college gives. The that this dear home s1 now a home visit of three weeks to their ran
__ e ___ visit wof tree weeks to their granzr e
bratintmaer ~ n ro.ua aere- an dxpod her bed only late in the morning, to-i time will come when the equal advan- for onfederate Veterans. There are, Hr r. I Hia
acy. Lrdia E. Pinkbm'. vteam ward noon. when she sits for the rest tages fr both will make coeuation o' now being cared for parents. Mr. and Mrs. L Hibos o N
provd b t the y miics whica of the day in a great arm chair by a quite unnecessary. Our gndmoter there and it is one of the sweetest est Intendencla street.
=.d y by day I imlpovdin w"broad-win"ih thi rth e, adit ave tno the home r.j
tkiag it until I w tirly cure road window through which the sun's were quite 'superior' women, I think ave tt the ome Mr an Mrs James T ereld
e-rm attion to my v x-alahd bos~' ra fall in great streams to brighten for they were not restless anxis, i Dis and I loved s well is now a Mr. and Mrs. James T. GWereis and
adtboromghenyylifec ,LTdia the pretty room. nervous, fretful women-but, then! shelter for those who, too, loved him. M. an Mrs. F. Williams and their
.a eiBwomanVwithoteapn Lor mdaMh .p r ...t ..t f there afrentfu wndmothers ere is more than half a mile o -families broke camp on Ba.ou 1!
aM .w Aeiwon ,Wi arat aor i. As if Had iNevwer Been. td h ee aw nIo .dmothers t" i sea coast the:e and the breezes of the T xr yesterday and returned to their I
'-Mrv Ct'bntmr Curry. .' Saratog is W'hen she is well enough, she minds Tose who fill this poton toay gulf must surely bring much of health city homes.
A st Bon. M a,. her greatest pleasure in the visits ta t larnd thathhe grandmothers and strength to those who followed
At the efrst indicaton of ill health, which southerner pay to her. and my time-they spell better, per that dear leader. I once was offered Camp "Dew Drop Inn" on Ba you P
painful or irregular meastruation, -hen strength allows she rarely re- .' and here Mrs. Davis paused. :SS5.000 for Beauvoir an.i once $30,000 Texar has been abandoned for the
pai in the ride. heavdahe, bsakache, fuses to see any southern woman who h n believe they do spell so well." and more than once $10,000. present by Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Boyer
seang-down pains. nervousness or pays this visit of respect and interest. e ad qUcky Tor they were no( "It gave me great satisfaction L, and family, who yesterday exchanged
*the blues, secure at once a bottle of She can move onoi with the help of a tat ht to sYlabize. It is only those sell it ror this sum to the Sons -of its delights for the comforts of their:
.Ldia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Coa cane. and spends much of her tim. who went through. 'Ba. he, bi' in the Veterans in Mississippi. I sometimes East Hill home.
ieaimand beqinmit reading. "If 1 were a rich .woman. old blue-back speller who can thor- wish I had a 'scarlet runner' like those
she says "If would soon become poor.uh appreciate the power of lets hat used to grow at Beauvoir." she Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Johnson. and
for n of m nyIn e picture method Is
for aU of my money would go for do not think the picture method i a continued, as she slipped the rose-, party returned Monday morning from
books. When we came to this house ood ay to teach children to spell. filled vase back into its place, "and Gagnet's Bayou where they have had
fifteen years ago I resolved not to A great deal s taught mechanical uld care for it right here in my a jolly outing, feasting on peaches and
have a book around me--there is the Hnwadys. and much is given on which room. erything becomes of me- other fruits of earth and sea. In their
Resultt" she said pointing to a hand- onbhin force s scatter toleara a"' ment to those who have lived muci party were Misses Allie McGuire.
Some book case filled with rare andp c and well. ir the country, and v homes fcr. Claudia Ferrera. Bell Dunca. and
Beautiful volumes. When asked if her Shrine Within Shrine. much of my young life were away Messrs. Dallas Duncan and John Dun-
l t ove for books had led her to keep a Here Mrs. Davis's visitor arose to from towns and cities. ham.
diary which some day would be addec go and the stately old lady arose with "Many Is the day I have studied
to the list of readable, Mrs. Davis courteous manner, likewise and lean- the beauty of the leafflsa trees wheat, Mrs. Meade Wilson and sons
laughed. "I once heard Mr. Davis may ing on her cane. walked slowly across winter would come at Bsauvoir. There Prank and Meade returned Sunday'
that a 'diary was the refuge of a sooun- the room, to stop beneath the portrait, i never a curve in atare that is not night from a lovely visit to Mrs. C. L.
drel.' People who keep diaries always of a sweet young woman with fin. teautiful-nature makes no sharp Wilson in Marianna.
take those about whom they write off clear eye. which looked out from the curves andangles there is a,
guard. he said. and never get one as canvas with frank, bright expression. beauty In a leafless tree quite apear Mrs. ee Walker of Gulfport. Mis..
one is. All of my historical papers Underneath the painting sat a big bowl from its leafy bearty. I still m s arrived in the city Sunday morning to
have been given to the Historical So- flled wth honeysuckle which lifted after all these years, said Mrs. Davis. the pleasure of her friends. 1
Scety of New Orleans. 90 that the up their perfume. A glance showed harf smiling., my pretty gardens oti '
memoir of M.r Davis whiSh I hav here was a shrinewithin a shrine, long ago. and I quite biee that n Mr. B. F. Bache and his mother are
written is to be ah. I think. that I and it needed no words to tell one gardening women will d a great pleasantly located in the old Mawell
S .,, shall have to tell of those other days that this lovely face in the painting solace than they know for much -of pace corner Ninth avenue and Ia;x l
I have remembered so much she was that of "Winnie Davis." the trouble and distress, Rua where they are keeping house.
went on, "that people whom mI met in daughter of the conTederc e who wa The Tender Twilight Mrs. Bache's many frienGs are greatly
I those times of crisis have long since born in the last days of that sad stru. Before I left her I had spoken to pleased to have her again in the city.
faded from trecolecio I gle and whose death came from ex- Mrs. Davis of the recent cont-over.vy
Y r me now as if much ha never been. posture while attending a reunion or between General Miles and those who Mr. Herman B Whi te the ef ent
Your patrC those who fought for her father's resented his shackling of Mr. Davis: clerk in the L. & N. railroad freight
need w c ffer Same Old Problem. cause. Nearby a little -vase was full in Fortress Monroe. Mrs. Davis wai- ofce, having rec ed a moth' vaca
you a -*r I It has been said that southern wo o quaint stiff little red roses, such a ed her hand quickly 'a. if she wee ti o. accmpanie d by hm sis er issi
Sr !men have the sweetest of all American grow in the gardens of the long-age brushing aside something that hurt. Annie eftn Sunday's n tra
ducemient than votes. whether this is true of all it ,"f that we will not speak, f you r Iuislle whre thev exe to
is ivery true of the efor 1,0uisville. where they expect to
Foot is very true o the orme mistress of please she said. t can only pe wn remain oneweek then oin to Da lton.
Foot CBeauvoir. think the educated Amer- strength no to try to put down al Ca o
Yo ill be icn Voice s retty uch e same l e anguish and bitte-ness I havehattanoog, Knolle and Look-
You ill be s e an oce ispret muh the same l Faal Bu non. There is littQ te left -out Mountain.
to get it if YOU everywhere said Mrs. vis. Bt I
IIJ thn ak yuu I the greatest tax on the plea.in; .me to flood my heart with love for'
thts -- t het e t mericaxn thvoice is the a al as I want it to be before the Twt- Mr. Fred A. Sweet. who has recently
ledt o a pafit o fant p of tubhe mrcao l nsvoiem. In slighta. t des. Old wmy ea n. neit r m indh lI en engaged in newspaper work in'
et to a pai" O pre p.u sher. the cs In th Rimod how sai -heir lives have been, have Georgia has returned 7o Pensacola
-_rce cities. where the classes in the RemovedI ". e s and will locate here permanenl. He
orw public schools are necessarily very n t. right to bitterness." C his family he en ~ e
!arge.theConstant effort to make one'sI InOne I--. .ri with his family at the homne of Mrs.:
$2self r ahe ard b al pitch tomae one son LTTLE MARJORIE SIBLE YS Sweet's mother at .06 Hayne street. ised.
High that childre--the greatest of DEATH IN VIRGINIA.
all imitators. of orse-follow their A telegram from Rev. Julian S. Sib-. r. William Johnson has return- in w
Idi' Ojxords, teachers in this. and the result is ptor o the First Presbyterianed fro New York City.
Tan or Black sown in harsh. strident and angular church of this city. announces the At the last meeting of the German-
i. t tones. I often think the southern A death Sunday afternoon in Winchester .. ,eauv B -Ge-o Weo
iht Or Ihavy woman has been most blessed in her THE PERFECT BEAUTTPIER I Va.. of his two year old baby daugh- i's treasr MrBJ nt Associaon wh
Eter Marjorie. astrasurer ld r. J. fora. White. who:
soleS, or a pair rrundin. and cooking back. I am ol is th. only hae prepas ter M rorie a een held he offc for a number
v.._ v.ri thankful; that there were some tion that Icmplt ly obttertes ALL Little Marjorie a a ways ar as mos agreeabt snu rio7
Our thing in the south, as here srill are frtsal hi mnthes, traces of eare worry. ill delicatee but for three or four months by s mosre arreeabl surprised h in a fe'
r'si: I made at Beauvoir one summer and ae ta lls lkts man trom she fba. Siblcy carried her back to their old mOrcc cverese ir and achpir ast a nr est
before that dear home was so;d. when leavint the skin son. c'lr and wlwey. Virginia home in the hn'pe of at least mark wof the esh'en d apprciaton asaociati
nota wrv kle or blemith remain. Sesnt- of th n little one's1 wict he s held by the asociarlon
an amusinE incident happened, which ola s edoredby th tedi -al Pmterntt .prolongin. _ae prec ur. C. Tniesen. chairman of the corn- prtc
diS ObrMi .. has ever since strengthened this feel- Chemist and Expnrt Dne tonit It stay ona earth. t will b remembered' mr C. ,e t he f If you
ing of appreeiation. After the war it *' madtedd.. but o es b un tth Iadls. that on the way north the baby grew .." e- race proentation :cting y
Oxford s, the was ext remey dffcut to get good ?r~. rti ndyth, i alarmingly worse in North Carolina seech and r. Whie being ver; get B;u:
m t servants-a trouble. I believe. Whicn w'ndrf r. B mot s e and Mr Sibley left at once to> join py replied and. Extra
C C has grown steadily worse. not onl In or L Ba VK them. an-' a a forlorn hope proceeded Ribbon
tiol all Styles; the south. but everywhere. As Beau- wrlKKLs. sCAR'. (ALL POX PT- with them to Winchester where for a les. f
a. sathrs all v..r is reote in the countr_. I.d |- 1-tle enw.z r IcR 501s wree its way to where pain and c P anam a H ats
c.urse. experinced even more dis- I ARANTEKO. I i- t suffering are unknown. The Inter
ttCS*. ress in this line than other house- ror ale by lead~ a dra Msts I suffering are unknown. The inter- ne t
keepers. It so happened that this dirt to I mrent takes place in their old home.Cleaned at RAIR
summer of which I sp I engaged R BERRY CHEICAL CO" Dr. and Mrs. ibley have the heart ,
T*. *L B_ for mv ok an excellent Irish woman vanto.'s t* mailed l fea sbyterian friends bnot ofa thair who know RcA P Sun C.
o f whc I sspIea k Ih eng g d t sy mpa th frnds t of ly thi Pwe o h Round
were high. That summer it had come tem. in this sad bereavement. O._ r-ous da
STIll about thaU morn than the usual qota N. PALAFCX STREET. anal lim
V. Bagg* about that moe tha the usual quota MIS ANNA MAR ARE-T' Lewia a
of visitors came our way,. and at the TME ANT B RT A Yi .
end of my cook's Arst week more than TENTH BIRTHDAY. region.
one hundred had eaten at least one Mrs. Julia Mooney entertained beau- I a.it ; irate<
Seal with as. At this time my cook T he CLrd L I tifuly Monday afternoon or her p ide
came to me. ty little daughter Miss Anna Margaret, theR on
s -I think I11 be lavin' ye, ma'am. I honor of her tenth birthday. | ound
Mrs.Mooey' ~roue n wst iter- .~s Is .M I~5 ovi vuwr ~da

YS.h what's the trouble' I asked.
I with visions of my cookless kitchen
yerShVi oe V ing me with woe Has any one
done anything to your?
"No. ma'am' she answered.
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-'. o ah am' abe replied again.
S, "'Well. what is the matter, then?'
S_ rUft S1.9. S ---L I asked.
SI. "' Well. if ye wl have the truth.
S__ma'am. r teUl it to ye.' she annoonc-
j- -' ed. 'I ah't wllin' to work for nobody
Sas runs a big b*rdfg house and ain't
S P B sen se enoq* to take no money for
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e have just received a supply of Piver Soap. direct from Pa-- .,.1
lar consiagment of Rogger and Gallet's, in cakes, fro-' 25 cets ,
so a complete liae of Piver Perfumes sad Sachet Pow ,--r. ..:
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RUSSIAN CAVIAR, 25, 45 and 85c.

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The Store tat Feeds
Phm 178 and 480 the People,

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Money to Loan
on Jewelry, Diamonds
Watces, and valuables
of al kinds.

Unredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice Line Cut Glass.
Watches and clocks repaired and work delivered w: p-ox:
We have a safety vault especially constructed for ou- ,.--t
rhich to keep all valuables.
Office, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs House.
Phone 1127.

w words, expressed his high
"ion of the beautiful gift. love
eem of the members of the
Make merit the basis in se-
rour flavoring you are sure to
e Ribbon Lemon and Vani':a
. Ask your grower for Blue
Lemon and Vaniila. Takes
:avo7s perfectly.
trip Conventiot rates on va-
res until September S0th. with
lit 90 days. to California and
nd Clark ExpoalsUon Portlan
Sead two cent stamp fr ti-
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SPortland, the Ezpoetlon ian
Strip Summer rates to Colo
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Mrs. Mooney's home on west Inten- -u u m until Sopsop r s ,a.
dencia was hospitably thrown open to n liat O.
the friends of her little daughter, who' Round trip cololat rate to Louls-
enjoyed ail sorts of merry games 1 ltax Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Ter.
i"Dokey" resulttg in Master Jobnie a rltory each frst and third Tuesdaiv.
SWalsh capturing the first prize a bon : Through Puilman torit cas thrb
'of bon bons. days each week from Washington. D.
Miss Lella Glackmeyer won the see C. to San PrnUeiesC without change
ood prize a pretty fan. via Atlanta, Mast* efry. Moblie and
The little honoree received a num.- We can save you money and satisy, ew Orleans ad SotherM pacisc and ,
ber of lovely presents and a "perfectly you if You desire a first-class ana to s
splendid-" Iacheon was served. New PanoM from 118 to 'o. a n an ees S C. A W, Q. R. and ;
Mrs. Mooney and Miss Ann Marga-j Be swe to see the Baby Piano- union Paiic alI 4.
Mrs Mon abs a s a .larlanh oInormae erml y give& (.
ret were assisted by Mrs. James isnaet regular Piano made for young orEy T e.- e g 1. w .
Walsh Jr.. Mrs. Clem Kerr and Mis sad old W iket 0 to $175. i y,T T. P. ;L0 R Oanh. T. A. A:
Blanche McHugh. in entertain It wfll Pay yon to call or write us. I J Van RO&, -r. e eral AgIat.
Miss Viola Roch doing some beautftl No. 1 Peahtre AtaNta, Ga.
Sfancy dancing. TUNING A SPECIALTY. T
The guests were: Miss Ne e G Pe lack- SYPfCIT -oJ .
merer. Mis Ie Martin. Misses Clar Ml sl e- oa -y or Ve i lon, a
amd May Stakes. Misses Amelta and hite bedoy e'yegf .j.O .aj # a
Sopbie Schad: Miss Margie el m mu In lef sfrom
M isss Gladys and EImre and Ma'terh e abo tbw rot
John Bell: Miss Atha and Master b his fathr -W. L. 01, $
tLlad Blet. Men. -Lea FlARhuA uk U1Ltej SL
aster Wllie Moody. 'Master Robm. *'
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tR-SALE,-t4 hid'a go-cart, In excell- 'L
Silent condition, price reasonable if that lad is the basis of all wealth? LOANS.
sold at once. 228 West Intendencla In a growing city or town, money in- .
( OG/ R W St. 16alylt* SWe-shall be gtd to .e*"nsal9ee ted In land a Issure to grow. Pb We have t $10,000 on head, which we ean laea on goot,
SW FOR Al-TWt with those desiring to y or sell Bacola is such a city, and you will do estate security sums of $100.00 to 0.l 7% ad 8%.
FOR SALI--Two second-hand buggies property. WelltIs suhaityouandnotwlleRE
andnow you wil regret it, for prices will llREAL T BARGAINS.
pEN ACol FUTURE IS BRIGHT. MEN OF MONEY order. Apply at 222 Gadsden store. antce, Making Loas, and- to the col greatly advance in the near future. iRE
FROM V.Rio'S PARTS 0F THE COUNTRY ARE J. A. Kirkpatrick. ljIly1w9,lection of Interest.
TIRNING, THEIR EYES PENSACOLA-WARO,. B&. FOR SALE-Combination horse, 7i FOR SALE. FOR SALE. Biock 169. New City tract, 20 lots, at 35a00.
< Oi 0!' HER UNSURPASSED ItARfOR THE years old, 16 hands, sound and gen-. Block 1, New City tract.20 lots, at $175.00 per lot
A E R, T t!e. Also registered brood mare. A 6-room cottage, tat il; bath, 3 houses, renting monthly South half of blocK 143, New City tract overlooking BWy
]PIR-:xT V.\1TER IN THE WORLD, A CIMATE E. Hinman, Century, Fla. 6Jly City Water ............$. 1,800 00 18.00 .....................$1600 00 lots, at $1500.0 -
TiAT I COOLK IN SUMMER AND PLEASANT IN FOR SALE CHEAP-Tilting Wind-'G-room house, Little Bayou, 5-room cottage, 1ast Hill Block 12#, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayeu0 lots, at $
WINTErI mill, tank and pump. Phone 1047 or 100x140, bargain at ......1t1,700 00 (New) ................... 1500 00 A very desirable Dwatig, 6 roams, now rented, North .a
I apply 418 W.mill, Gardend pumptre. Phone 1047 olylw House and barn, corner lot, 3-room cottage B. Romana .. 860 00 street, at $-$O.0#.
SArapply 418 W. Garden street. 14 50x110, W Garden St ....$1,650 00 4 houe renting monthly Dwelling. North near car line $2250.00.
'ts ers Are Buying Pensacola WALL TINTS by experts; results 4-room cottage, E. Hill car $28.50 .................1850 Two-stor y Dweilll. West Gregory street, at $3000.00.
guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone line, bath ................$1,500 00 10 lots, New City, overlooking
iReal Estate. l12jl new oyl 2-story dwelling, Eat Hill, bayo .................... 170 00 DW ELLINGS FOR RENT.
E,,I al Est aFINE line new model electric "fans, pantry, bath, bargain ..... $1,500 00 1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00
installed cheap, and on short notice. Blocks in Wedt King from
WHY NOT l TO-DlY ANID REAP THE GROWTH Why should you sweat. Ring, $500.00 to ...............$1,500 00 RENTS COLLECTED Two-story Dwelling. North Baylen street, $30.00.
OF INCREASEI) VALUE? Phone 325 or 1097. P. i. Pearl, 15-17 3 of the prettiest lots in New MONEY LOANED. modern convenience, .0 strt
N Garden street. 12Jlylwm City ......................$ 900 00 Alsore
FOR SALE.-Steam Auto. almostnew4 lots on West LaRua street..$ 00 00 0- Also renting property a bargains can be had by calling on
Pensacola Investment Co. ca art cash or real estate x- FOR RENT. B It
.a F cm n change. mhCall at room 4. 7% Palfox U13th avenue and 1t. .. ::. LESLIE E. BROOKS Thos. C. W atson & C
AL. 18dl4 I j unelm*612 West Main................$10 00
W. L. KNOWLES. President. L.L 11111, ne FOR SALE.-Tne best watermelons ta 610 East Jackson ............. $17 50 204I/ s. Palafox, Fisher Building LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS
J. a. STILLMAN. V.-PTr. a- eM M 1. EM-WIII ET, Tunasrw. the city can be found on ice at Can- -SE S' Cor. Palatex and Garden Stroets.
ne al t I(Lemsgms, ru t w ft tantine Ceparisos's, 128 B. Tarragona SEE US FOR BUSINESS.
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215 South Palmox Stret, Pe0sa.la, Irida. FOR BALJ-Two pair extra fineL.S. BROW N& Co -
_ _young mules, sound and in g Build you an house, I will give y DAILY SCHEDUL
Condition. Also one 2-horse Stude. 200 Thelsen BId'g prices on material. P. 0. Box 288, PAbNt
.AN..E. E WA N baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4Jne. Phone 310. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay-. Pe Steam DEvlsEn
9 -___ DO YOU wmat to buy or seU a nyUlaT "WE SELL LOTS" 51 Street Wharf. 30Junelm* PNSACOLA ELECTRIC TERN
S, rn a house with a WANTCID-A reliable man on a small e wa st iad t o il-lbri,,woam PIANO TUNING. TBlue MI 199 RAILWAY CO.
-- . i-r lot. State Iocatono farm near thriving town, where a to day prepared to do tuning and re,. r ** le naola for the
a tres"Tenant," care carpenter can get work. Would lease, .e... o.rde n ooI. pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 1I ay Yd I
l6jly1w on shares. Flue locaItion for poultry' FOR SALK--flme on Ba uhore. Do. A-arra a t
frlightuly located fou-rooi FM R RENT-Three large airy rooms,' a practical experience in the
farm. Add-_s o .ety thou.sand,l Jou...l Magnolia Bluff adjoining ol furnished 1.25 and $2.00 per uth. .J. Conrad Scott, 244i Greg.-
w Apdo e certi s, 16Jylw c r Apptly M were.Apply Mrs. R MeKinnon, Iory street, Penaola. 2Junelm s :am a B ral. a
p-r thousand. P. 0. Box WANTED-A good cook immediately. 106 ast Intendencla. 16jlylw Sold 12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1
-, .Al.vi., Ala. ISlylw ard. Pensacola. lyldwl of te ridge eaut of the elec tre Mrs. Thomas McVoy 11 West! maS for traveling public. Daily :15pm a" ]t. Barrancas
..... railway, between 7th and8 th" treetLGarden. e. Ades. F T-gl. ,- S A Friedm an .P ar F B anaas *y
S\-: ;-NMan with $2W.00 or 1e, YOUNG MN--Our illnutrated cat- Nature his favored this secUon and it yiw AddreW J. M. Tggle, Chiley, *Saturda on
light manufacturing bus- logue explains how we teach barber cannot be duplicate. A. V. ClUbbs. HA M ELY URNIEDtront, Trains ,le rt
experiencee rqUired; pro-ts trade ia few wesa, maled free. Moler o-R ALE-E- -ut-fu oca t room1; sOuthern exposure; hot and Wholeale Distributr Tra leasol Barranca
-, : W ten doliaris per day. Ad- Barber Cotlle New Orleans, La. FR SA -Beaut y located blok cold bath, privilege of telephone. Ap- L Sa
S< arethiso c e. 12ly2w 2J N La. in New City, also several lots overlook ply 236 W. Government. Phone 705.TAT 8: 3
I ng the city inBlock 80, New Olty; ao 16jly1w* BAL BTATN 1A u Wft of t Lader a m irted ni 11:0am ar Pemacola 1
ANTED --Any girl in need of rtend- WANT .-Agenta in different coun- other lots in and around the city. Very CLY UNISHED rooms for rent, Yb l your he m d a e wa U 2:00pm ar Penacola
h. lp, advice, etc., will nd ties in Florida to hajie Alpine Safe cheap. Phone 470. J. C. Peble with privilege of light housekeeping. l V a 5:15pm ar Peac 5
ra' .d willing assistance by ap- and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo: 0unem. Block and half from Palatox, 219 .i 9:00pm ar Pensacola 9
:, ;-he Matron of the Salvation Safes and Vault Fixtures of every FOR SAI.-A small sailboat A Government St. 23junelm* PHO
.-.i Rescue Home. 33'd St. and ave- description. Write ae for terms. staunch and safe boat in any weath- TAIO L Disa SUNDAY SCHEDULE
irmingham, Ala. dh. Scarritt Moreno, Pensaola, Fla., Flor. er. Address P. X., Journal Offce. cation onDb.ys e aig- y e lo-a "tVsclo t Nh in1 NOUTN PALAFOX T Electric car will leave Pe
.The s ate Agent 2une 25june tag end fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. C. E Na 11, PENSACOLAI FLA, every hour from 6 a. m. to 10
.The Merchants Transer CICK W A preduos eg HerA, at Pshervll Iael oa inclusive, and Saturday n t
wants your moving and hauins. I Any intelligent person may earn a Makes owls especially ell Savred ee 11 p. m. and leave Bib Bayo7
akage guamnteed. T. B. Thor- good income cot .po-dtag for news- The cheapest food to be tuaa P s. S .-Trwo. furnished rooms .. DLLART A & PeNaacola overy bour at 7:.0,
,t op. Phone 978. 18junelm. papers; no canvassing; experietee Mellen & Co.. Phf 4. Sloet ,for aoat. IUht hasekeeplng.,301 W. FOR ON DOLLAR AND FIr yy and so on ntil 19:0 p. m., w
unnecessary. RSed for particulars. ioR -S- kI--T- foot o. rlggd Chasae. -jti CENTS per head, we will haul out GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL. eeC eptJo* of the first car leavani
SfX).-A light econd sd N8 Pr Syndicate, o oot beam, carries 75 yards PARTIES who wane to rest houses da ho, lrs M. r sacola at 6 a. ., hch wll,
S.- Cbea for as0 Ad IMtX. T. 13june3m canvass. In good Condition. A bar. te"a a" s f to h i at I et t.so= Hetlg a turning, leae the Mi. a i al
.re ournaL 1. -. Iln. Waddell room 2% 8. Pa. will Joura l Wlat ME SBc ONICE MKAL AN PURI ROUO. Bi.Bayon at :4 wl
o buy for cash. a f SA O n Iht a a SAILMAKS SOCK EoED. Thn abt. tweek day sela
me .. Au.rican National Bank puan t Rooms light and S. BL POR ilsltker 716 Dk t o, Electrc car will leave PeIacu
Se prc. Address J.L.1 OR SAIi CHEAP-My three-year- y Tae tradd, 7tr Order ta 78,8:50, 11:50 a.
Journal. 13iune2m* old Berkshire herd loar, Duke of 679 south Palafo. Jos. 8. Ne ola tents, aw e M tools and bose ome industry, trbte to hoe 12:50, 1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50
Florida, No. 6,923. Also some fine MONEY TO LWND-Oa goo real o. -* oov. coto, eto. Prdceu reasonable. auI a y y yo 8, 9 and 10 p. m., running throu
.. ANTED--Your electric work of all young pIgs. 1 st-months-old boar, all tate security, or Ma good .WolteraL .. the Big Bayou, and immediate
kind Let us c.ean your taas, re- registered and transferred. Carl Set- at lowest rates. Lle O V YOUR HAULING TO Beach w turig from Bi Bayo to Pal
;ir yojr d. ,aiamo. do your wiring. etc. terlind. Chipley, Fla. 18jly Fisher builling.VE YOUR HAULIN TO Beach will await arrival of
i none :.T7. Pensacula Electric o.--NY OA D LET US FURNISH train from Pensacola and will
Sedc and Bae ORsStrAeA a-w second-band p- MO o, TrnfOAeAr run to Pensacola ahead of the
eerner Iltenducia aid alen streets. right piano, good as :tew at 12 East khds W t personall property. iab oR RENT-Twelve-room dwelling YOUR ro Fo Brc
S . -- Government St. SJlylw we a =0y. SWhaf tS Corner Hayne and Wright. Suitable *e steam trains wflI
0 for boarding A W.S.Gar- present, but wil observe th is
ORASSO & 4CO. reelved another FOR SAL--Frh bratter, Aream, e *a s ouaeAilup field. l 2July T B. Thoms, Pro,. c-ar schedule and wl work i c
,:pmront of Imported pure olive oil. sweet milk, and buttermilk, de- gum 2 .iN UP#aao wh a w or 0 coI C ..
S aied in gallons, ha gallons ied at ay time of day. No. 405 O A FOR RENT-New five-room cottage HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION HIN UP tion with it.
E Belmont street. Phone 907. jlylm* et a on car line corner th street and PEAL ATTTION IV
VA.\C D-The people of Pensacola OR SAB-Secod-hand cash rs- Wale WMs A 8th1 avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo OATENTION l IVE Nt TOe .
c, .e worrying. Let The Jourtnal ter tin perfect eitUio. Wi glel r'ta Ju PHONE No. 1104 ,al a u W
S: Ads solve the problem for you. cash or or, tie. A real bargain. Can ONE T LOANED Oc anl kias of FPOR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable PHONE 978. Cor rLm d Tr n 8 $L
are expe': detectives, and ca be seen at James MHlflagh .22Io' Iosal property ea short residence on North Hill, unfurnish. P. OX, CREA DELIERED IN ANY Shu ship .
-I .le md you are looking for 30 T Terms easy J.W. Boil ea. Address 444, care Journal. CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
.. .h ldedi te 2.000 or 0,0 os IS 28% South Palafox St., Phoe 1144 $June 1w* QUANTIT ST AM TA
make... Ih ehar. Be matino bst iot __ Sno, FOR R3NT.-Residence lately o> Tt W. 0. BARROW, Master.
*1. ETA;TE W ANTD-p lhaagah s h nth 3^s alfld USNLMIT k anot O* 1 cupi^ed by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 .s FIRJ.CLSS PASSENGER
AT graphs ia the south- 8 years a a N a MUU^l 0t tOa l, LaRua street. Apply to R. N. Cary, mIGHT SRV I
e r f" -es Toe c a WEST mu1 WOOD YARD c as. T New Tin L Cs., .04 k FOR R oNT-Twenty-room aouse, ,-- LaUMBER LAoS SAWEGCY RESSe Uses
So favoring land. Must be supply --- d so- wood, blocks S at. ner Barracks and Zarragossa street LUMBER, LATCA,,AAWEDRYPREL8
hone ...... d p-- e .. "C. "L **Suitable f a hose Appwly 8HINGLES AND KILN- u0.& O AI. PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALJ
ED-Hauag an transfer a tche Cha.na Rings au- all klas FOa RBMT-Two brick stores. 1804 ^" We do washing for lots And all pointed on St. Andrews
Office phone 863. Residence FOR SALr.4f-1OO_ oe se atc hosthwa ins, I Rnty at g losl rite et and 106 -outh Tarraeosa 1tre. of people, who don't care Carrabelle and Apalachicela
costa & White, 22-28 N. o. $ blos trn alI st ecE utereL Bari Sat l eras Deatandble Sor meTrragtie purposes GULF CITY to have their washing SgHEDUL.
a.25mch 192 on car lie. For particulars 1a- warehousaApply to Thos. Pebley. done by the "old-fas.n Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:5
.. quire of stand Cothiag C. ioned" w a skh r w o man io bl a
-S- Cleaning dleri n the hot months, e.,* ens .ole Tuesday, 8
spe, ai Penscola ad l CaalR 8AL.--I am lorilda State Agent LOST -,' iU inand when It gets cooler oa. fonst. Tew sdai,8
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r.7 -.. ,ne hinn ptrwaea.i for FiTe and Burglar Proof Safes and they like e arrangement lacoicola, Carrabelle and inter
u half-tonicturesauk Fixtures of all descriptions MISSING-A white boy eleven yea-.s The JOurnal has rks .o wel tey, nueo point.
sto- ad speciarnl scenes. 15 manufactured by .Alpine atfe ant old. Has scar on left side of chin. and there you are. For additional Information app
c .-d c-s at Journal o0s. ILock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. Disappeared from his home about MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER J. AUND1
VANi -Second-hand Corn Oat Communicate with me for prices and three weeks ago. Any information a lo of MONTc. The Star Steam K.R. COBB, Presi
ant .o':* ,seed meal wacks. Ot ag terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- will be gladly received by his father, Ladies and Gent's Clothing cleaned, Gen. Frt. and Pas. At.
I i sLipAents solcitesa Write .L ritt Moreno, Pensacola, Mla. W. L. Vermillion, 625 Heinburg St. OLD PAPERS dyed and repaired. Goods called for Laut dry Pensacola, Fla.
r 6 M..;en & Co. aamarcblm 2June. LOST--Panama hat, between town L and delivered.
Sg B aM wOR ABr-- a e tr and Little Bayou. For reward, re- A[EL.L FINCH, PROPS,, 7 E. Garden St. Phne 14
.K S ~.10u o.o wE. For Eale.. Government St., i P"
store stock and ascot. CaLl at turn to F. M. Blount, 22 East Wftght. Or
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dm* $ 4 oo700 West Intendenle .......... .00
SNorth Hill residence, 10 rooms. .-SO.O 328 West Intendentla .......... 85
-RE INTAL BUSINSS sl our 715 North Baylen ..............40=0 809 North 7th avenue .......... 6.00
your busaft 304 North Spring. ............... ..LST HILL. PR OP iET r
Co. ention. D. Hale WO use near Perdido Wharf .... 20.00 STORES AND OFFICE, ,
S-- 21 We Romana ............... 20 Mt 3151/ South Patafo; upstair,
rac e s 14 F3 t RtSmr ............... 17.50 A Nice Home, 505 &. Gadsden, 7 stable, for club,
- nracting htrs 49 EastChaie ................. 15.00 705 South Palafox.
ning varnsh G 806 West Main ................ 15.00 207 East Government,
Sp noting g a se- .421 ast wVrnmeit ........... 11.00
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Our last Wasi tten from Kansas ,A. M. AVERY.
City. NO city of tie great west has The following shows the action of .... .
SiiaCf25 y c e had moit pheaoaedal growth, ana in- the state pardoning board and of te
0C h oaI -o1 Acrease in busnlcs, the n that city, and Lupreme ourt In cases which have
S1ne could have been begun, or con-; recently been brought before them: Turenti St
tinned. in a more unfavorable loca- Pardoning Board. v
A splendid showing of tion, so 4ar as the arfance of land is The following applications were re- MNMil a r C r
Negligee Shirts, white Ioncerned; ,and millions of dollars fused: Lucian Stubbs Duval county, M vnIt afy Br .
neat figures and stories a ee expanded in bringing said forgery; Ivy Midgett, eilerson county, Ma a r rs,
neat gres and stripes urfac6 into cadition for buildings. murder, life sentence; E. A. McCarth, Manufats
plain and plaited bosoms Hills have been leveled, and valleys Duval county, forgery Will Golde.. I
$1.00, $1.25 and 1.50. filled and street graded, ana aside Putnam Qounty) assault: Alex Morri- Mobile la
Ifro a small .p9rt)on yet subject to ghne, Duval county, abta inng money l
Inundation, it is reat and beautiful tinder false pretendsea N. Taeylcr, ------ ... --
city. The stock yadMs and stock men assault with intent, etc. .*
Were of greatest oterest to your cor- Sentences commuted: Wm. Schille..
Irespondent. lBdd Mr. Editor, Flor- *.uval county, selling liquor on Sun- MR K E T.
hJ ida real estate Owners and operators day, to $250 ane and 39 days; Ed.
Johkn W i e ;could do no better than tb keep a Smith, Marion county, murder ,death
I good working ag dt at these yards, to sentence, commuted to life Imprison- Naval Stores Maket.
Ouad tter to Men and Boy meet the large number of stock men ment. Savannah, Ga., July 17.-The naval
20 2W7 S Palafo who are there from time to time, and: Supreme Court. stores market closed to-day as fol-
Smen who cou1 Apd should, be had, James Council, platif n error, ........................$475
phone 225. for our aountr, If they were made to F. A. Lewter, defendant in error, Or- WG ........................4 40
understand the opportunities we could ange county. Decree affirmed. N ...........-.............. 4 20
offer. I insist that we of the South do James M. Graham, appellant, vs. Z. Al ---.--..........4 10
not know, and understand, the people C. Herlong, appellee, Alachua county, .. 4 05
of the North and West. And they Judgment reversed; opinion by Shack-;--- --- -- ---- 400A
certainly have a vrave misunderstand-I leford, C. J. ............................
CAPTAIN ing of us and our country, and this is!' Willie Stafford, plaintiff In error, vp. H .........................3 87
the first and great thing to be over- State of Florida, defendant in error -, F-----------3 82
M ERRl lll S~ltfcome-before any great rush will be Holmes county. Judgment affirmed; E .............. 3 67%
BUIIIN I UIIV secured. These stock yards are now opinion by Whitfleld, J. D ........................... 3 64
Sas large as thq of Chicago when N. Basco, appellant,, vs., Jennte L. : ....*... .* -.......* 3. 30
LAUNCHES Kansas City began to be a stock mar- Doyle, executrix, etc., et al., appellee:. C ......... ... .......... 3
ket, and they. re vastly superior in Citrus county. Decree reversed, wit:i Spirits Turpentine, 6 cents.
all their ap*intmegnta to those of instructions to dismiss without preju- New York Cott Futures
CUPID, ROBT. L E., NANCY AND Chicago forty years ago. They have dice, etc.; opinion by Cockrell, J.ew York Cottn Future
EDNA S., not only the o0qered and open pens. E. E. Ropes, plaintiff In error, vs. New York, Julyl 17-Cotton- futures
and streets and alleys, but a system Isaac A. Stewart, defendant in error, opened quiet: July 10.60; August 10.50;
ot elevated bridges or viaducts lead- Volusia county. Motion to strike por ..September 10.50 bid; October 10.59;
ca be chartered by the hour, day or Ing above and over large numbers of tion of record denied. ( December 10.68; January 10.77; March
wek. Terms, reasonable. pens, so that stock can be transferred Martel Lumber Co., %t al., appol-i offered 10.82; May 10.82.
Fihing Tackle and Cooking Uten- from one extreme.to another of the plants, vs. OTnmmercial Bank, appellee.
als furnished If desired, yards, or to any exit, without encoun- Marion county. Motion to dismiss ap- New York Stock Market.
PHONE a2 tering a jam or mixing of lots or herds. peal granted. l New York. July 17.-The market
PHONE 204. Ten thousand bead of catte were J. W. Pearson. appellant, vs. E. T. opened higher on the execution of
received an4 handld. the ay of our Helvenston et al. ,appellees, Alachua large buying orders in some of the
ml s *lfl E E "'vi visit. This nluAber Is only about a county. Motion to strike portions ot principal stocks. There was a heavy
Shalf of a geW day' receiptsin a btis record'dened. ccumulation of Union Pacific at an
OWNER. time. Am st these we saw a good William T. Simmons, et al., plaintiffs' advance of % to % over Saturday on
OWNER share rst-class beeves, weighing error, vs. Louis W. Haune et al, de- running sales. Tenneesee Coal gamed
0 e- fst-c..uds ad above, and of te fondants in error. Writ of error to 1., Metropolitan tseet Railway 1%,
1..0I.Auuuunds and above, and of the. e I ,
we noted some of the best were what circuit court of Duval county. Writ lillnois Central al e oloqrado Fuel
I II U O Ecalled "Western" that is. high dismissed on motion of counsel for.large fractions. There was a loss of
n r grades" bred np fom the Texas broad defendants in error; opinion by Park- a point in National Biscuit and United
:U.homrned, untamed cows of a few years 1,- States Steel declined a small fractio.;
o,, anund watamd cws of a. ew years Hubbard & Hood. plaintiffs in error.
atr WARF UAM,, ao. and what. ha been l:one in the vs. H. L. Anderson. defendant in e- .. YrkCotton Market.
CUT WIM 1136 past two decades with wild Texas cat- ror. Writ of error to circuit court otw or ar
tie can be done-in half the time with Marion county. Judgment reversed; New York. July 1.--The cotton
Open to charter by p a our me tl diminutive range cattle, opinion by Parkhill, J market opened quiet:at an advance of
private thr andwhata loss it is to our section ofl w S. Van by next trlend, plaiiW 7 points to a decline-of 7 points. Near
b r fishing trips, bathing, or other id that the work Is not already in error, vs. Peninsular Telephone CO., months were influenced by covering
smer recreation. done on a large scale. Hillsborough county. Judgment at- and a moderate demand from profes-
And how we longed to see car load firmed; per cutiam, Hocker, J., dia- sional bull support and in the absence
of thosd high grade, or full blood Her- sending. of important offerings uled generally
Formerly ship's boat for Spanish fords and sort norns In our West steady and ranged about 5 to 6 points
cruiser lila de Luzon, one of Dewey's Florida pasturesE A BEAVER net higher. Rumors ot a fresh acreage
prise captures. Our next Journey lay from Kansas BE A BEAER. estimate by the bureau of statistics
City to Pittsburg. K.., which Is in NOTICO. helped the advance.
the extreme southeast corner of the O h p --
State and, is a beautiful location, and On account of the son-arrlval of my New Orleans Cotton Futures.
Bts fll canopy and is most com has, pnomlatio over fifteen thou bar fixtures I will be unable to open rleans y M. k q.
,0rtable boot in the bayu.. New Orleans. July 17.--Market quiet.
rable boat te bay. snd nhatants. t s mining town my new saloon, No. 12.Wet Z gos- Jly 10.50 August 10.0 bid; eptem-
and this. Crawford county, boasts of street as I had announced. I ll' her 1051@53; October 10.54 bid; No-
being eighth (8h) tothe list of greahowever. be ready to cater to the hot- vember 10.56 bid December 10.60@
MAX KLEIN, Ee and Jug trae and ill e please
A KLEIN .. OWNER. coal producing counties n the Unitedto ae m friends cll 61; January 10.65; March 10.75 bid.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. States. an4 Its entire output Is con-i M. DA NHEIS8JR,
PHONE 358. sumed in manufacture of zinc, in their BE A BEAVER.
oth of this city i$ Missouri. Children Not Expected to Live from
W alter S. flooton, said this was a. city, but CA
Vidllmi nne gUV On ti .. .. ". ." bw One Hour to Another, but Cured by
tecoal laying n r "te city has been Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
General Dealer in largely mined in the early days of the l D AAI Diarrhoea Remedy.
a D r I n place and now so.u of the large num-. W IIT Ili Ruth, the little daughter of E. N.
ltC i BicycJe SJD[ n risI bc r claimed se eral m ineg to.b the ctwne r Dewey, of Agnewvilfe. Va., was serl-
tuare several miles oat. brt the owners. D ous'l ll of cholera Infantum last sum
as well as a large proportion of the mor. "We gave her up and did not
ha and veorers, a thro In the city i Th aAmd expect her to live from one hour to
I I~uU and for a city of fiS size we have! 11 Le^Qi|l 5l another," he says. "1 happened to
never seen so many tine homes, and so think of Chamberlain'.s Colic. Cholera
CYCLES REPAIRED. .ew that were pcor. or neglected. The 1 and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bot-
CYCLES FOR RENT. plat and" plan of the city Is grand, and inPrnl W Af P tie of it from the store. In five hours
affords ample opportunity for beauti- I saw a change for 'he better. We
hIa safes, Cash Registers, Type, f'il surroundings. and we saw a miner kept on giving it and before she had
writers, Guns. Pistols Locks and Un. just from his deek dark work below, taken the half of one small bottle she
agllas repaired. without removrtingts working clothes, was well." This rem'.ly is for sale
lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives, killing, raking an smoothing the+ simply ne.ds a compart- by all druggists.
eta, sharpened. I grounds around his comfortable cot- son with other waters and
Mot complete line Jf keys in the age. Here are oDad tne natives of you'll readily understand BE A BEAVER.
Sc ptle ke ihe eery country of ui-rope, and every the wonderful strdea It
"iy one of those wb are temperate and the wonderful strides t
SEAST INTENDENCIA T, Industrious are prosperous and good' has made 'u being HOUSI S MUST
-- EAST NTEN NC S.. citizens. and respectable and respected i

nvOlNc r1133. as if to the manor born. N ll I tID
Here we met the first Chautauqua E L UIVLBE Wr
ever undertaken in this city and the Th. t [
attendance and interest up to this| N OTs!v
Among the speakers are several who I 28'
f o r m ralc c Twitin g H T DlAl wIrr an tWE
are known to West Florida Chautau- A. THAT ORDINANCE WILL BE
-- L -quans. am dP. Jones, who has con STRICTLY ENFORCED.
ShtnLe inn ..siderable new names for his hearers, STRICTLY ENFORCED.
--m eth,-i-l and a few new ilustrations but did
not daw as f(rge crowd as Capt.; Insist upon tW Have no
r lkai t11 I Jack Crawford or Col. Geo. W. Baln. 1e.Bo, nd a. no Mayor Biss has issued the follow-
Good to Eat Capin Hob is to speak this after- other. e admabl ing:
0noon. and with the Jncreasing Interest with wines and all lquors. Notice to House Owners.
inWith this we are off for the broad of Pensacola requires that all houses
S1132 prairie of Kaas and the heights of renting upon streets hall be num
T F Coloro .' P bered, and provides :hat it shall be
T'n r. .._ PORTEF [At AD M ow unlawful to omit to number any houne
T_ ._ __L- lPittsburt f Ri.' July 14. as required. All numbers shall be
TEa P. t.bAg C painted upon the front of the building
SCR EW OF CAuICUS WILL to be numbered or upon metal, a plate
/WOsr Sa 6s16 616W ,a NOT LEAVE UNTIL SATURDAY. Try It with your next not less than 3x6 inches, securely at-
S W ----- N U Irink. I tached to the building. All buildings
28 at Government It is expected tt the crew of the shall be numbered within 60 days
i dredge Caucus, elspsed of about I after the erection thereof.
thirty men, woeald -ave here last Sat-- Notice is hereby given that house
Ud.uray d nauit tr New York to take owners will be required to conform
charge of the lredg and boihg her with these ordinances. Owners of
around te chaP an I but the men dd ns ar ber' by applying to the Citv Clerk.
awere Cay. ge" uW s maow did ,nt get
S away. gh wll r oweLer, next L W Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS,
Ss ol f "t. B. S. BERNARD. Mayor.
Si ly It -i. P r easmooil, Fla., July 17, 1905.
Now is e the it"e;tobuyCha..ber-Coou t-
\agv* Call, 'as. D.a Irhoe i When you want a pleasant laxative
a .that Is easY to take aus certain to st,
sooner or wd 00111 Utablets. mFor sle by l1 druggists.
M, --you

- Arrived.
Helon Awood, Am sch, Watt.
663, New York to order.
dllagfs, Ger ss. Buss, 1798, for Lon-,
don with 7,955 bbls rosin 4,000 casks A
spirts turpentine; for Rotterdam,
with 509 casks spirits turpentine, 3,-'1
660 bbks ron. 1I
Inchmnaree, Br ss; Curis, 3077, for! F
Plymouth, with 7.012 tons phosphate'.
rock; for Dunkirk, iwth 4,095 tons:
phosphate rock, 12,L00 s ft oak lutm-1
ber, 197,194 a ft lumber. '
tanhope, Br as, Harris 1810, fori
Naples via Genoa. with 1,438.000 a ft,
sawn timber, 578,000 s ft lumber, 8,332
e ft hewn timber.
i 'Sailed.
Stanhope. Br ss, for Naples, via

VESEl-S IN POGRT. Iaterst rate bM lany company dotOg iess in Florda,
teamship. i At oldM be May tor you to decide th ro@L
August Belmont, Br as, Barnes,
2967, Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. A,- t
Auguste, Aust ss, Lacevich, 17l, 3 % W lmWW .Ceno Agent,
New York to G'lf Transit Co.
Ballagglo, Ger ss, 1798, Boss, New
York to A. A. Brown & Co.
Brantingham, Br ss, Flause, 1685,.1
Las Palmas-to Fr. J. Schreyer H .- ,_.. i f
Cartha, Br Hs, Johnson, 541, Ha- I
vans to Export Lumber Co.
1Bf, Br ss, Nielsen, 1229, Pomaron l __
Fert, Ital as, Parodi, 2697, Bo lton Iron W orK and SUpply Co.
to Gulf Transit Co. Manatehtpters and Repairers of
Goodwood, Br as, Boog. 2313, Balti- MACHI" R. A.D BOILE. -
more to Wm. S. Keyser Co. MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Inchmoor, Br as, Curtis, 3078, New- FORGINGS, MILL' AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
Kydonla, Ger as, 1541, Kahdey. tn. Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. A;--:,
PIt h Plae Lumber Co. for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Does, .-,) .-
Union, Bras, Foster, 72, Grand Cay- Chains of al descriptions.
Chains of a!l descriptions.
man to master. Ofles Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Miramas, Br ss, Anderson, 1561, Residence Phone 1029. P. Box 123.
New Orleans to Hyer Bros.eseV-e
Monib-.!o, Ital as, Zluiti, 25312, %I1 1n1I1Illth1t1-llltflllll ll33%33%i c8.S.
Tampa to Gulf Transit C -
Pecine, Aust ss Sarijanovich, 1463,
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, Huelva A 0W m W
to Master. ,V ,
Sicania, Ital as, Bianchi. 2928, Genoa
Teresao Ast ss Persich, 2331, Gal- GEO.W. PRYOR& SONS
veston to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Vivinia, Span ss. 1983, Bustinza,- IS T ORG AL =- E XM I ST
Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.
Wanderer, Br as, Hunter, 2666, e hae eerP g th at oth s ha Cd vcrythinf
Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co. W nae crag Ira u,__ r -_ -v -- CTy i *_

Li 'itab*n Policy Is Like a

Oreat Coat
q flju wWI MR NOF4 -w AE.


SURPLUS, WO,000o000.

gt Knowles Bros. Pe^g

The Union Central Life

Sm a lower deab rats6 lower expense rate. an, hitter

Bari,. 1
DeGrogorl Clobatta. Ital bk, Fer-;
rari, 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow
Pine Lumber Co.
Emelia, Port bk, Dominges. 1117,
Buenos Ayres to Pensacola Lumber
Ital bk Duc Cingunt, Ollvari, 1258,
from Genoa, to Rosasco Bros.
Innocent, Ital bk. Garriano, 769, Ft
de France to Rosasco Bros.
Oceana. Port bk, Molledo, 1123, New
Orleans to H. Baarj & Co.
Thomas, Ital bk. Garro, 803, to C. B.

Harry W. Lewis. Br sch, 279, Matan
zas to J. A. Merritt &Co.
Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Scott,
74, Ruatan to Master.
Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225. Bal-
timore to master.
Magnolia, Am sch. Houseman, Pas-
cagoula to order.
Mary A. Judge, Am ech, Morris, 399.
Cardenas to master.
Maxle, Am sch, Ward, Key West to
Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.
Evelymlon, Rus ship. Ayllnr, 1882, St.
Navaire to master.



I, the undersigned beg to inform my
many friends anc the pbl:ie in general
that I have again opened the doors of
a filst-clays saloon.
It is hardly necessary to introduce
Myself to the public, having been the
senior partner of the firm of Dan:.-
heisser Bros for about 18 years.
It is nearly a year ago when I dl.,-
solved partnership. After dissolution!
I went to Pittsburg to engage in bu.;i-
ness, but owing to the severe climate
and ill health, I concluded to come
again to the sunny south and settle
among my friends in Pensacola.
When I came back m.- many friends
urged me to go iLto ite liquor busit-
ness again. I am now ready to serveI
you with the finest andi best brands;
of liquors and cigars, and beg to n- i
form you that my aim and motto will
be, polite treatment, fair and honest!
dealing, and nothing misrepresented.i
i shall keep polite and experience..
bartenders and shall endeavor t i
make you feel at home, when you,
enter miy saloon. I will also call your
attention that I have a special whole-]
sale department. I have engaged Mr.
Jtiliuj Gugeuheim, a young man well
kiuoes here, to solicit yout patronag-e.
and any order he may receive will be
carefully and promptly attended to.
My prices are as low as possible.
Free fish chowder o. my opening
Soliciting your kind patronage. I am
Yours for good liquors,


Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
92 X. Strog.. and 824 East La R
MeKlsle Oerting & Co., wholesal
and retail ship chandlers and grocers,
the i Ly -rst-cles house of the kind
n Pensacok fair prices to aN.
itIfpim paw, mb. -h-you
e 'l11o 0t2-an Psreach Dhoity,
Kar Lanms, or ,racei bsd at O. V
Wa- .. l*I. L ,


tnai me owner man ooan j nge, ana at cu prces.
Standard Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for............ .. $..10' -
S5 gallons Pure Georgia Case Syrup .......... ........ .... '
10 gallon keg Georgia Cane Syrup ............ ...... 3.
, Florida Syrup, per gallon.. ...... .... .... .. ......... 0,
SBest Patent Flour, 98 pound bags .................. ..... ..'J'
. Pure Sugar Chred Sweet Hams, per pound ................ c- -
S12 cans Magnolia Milk.. ...... .... .. .... ...... .
. Tennessee Butter, 10 pounds .... ................ .. .. 2'
Creamery Butter, per pound...... ............ ......... 27.
tg. 'etatoes, 2 pound. Cans, p sdosen., .., ...... ........ c ,6
SOne dbsen Cans Corn.. ....... .. .. .... .............
These are "bed rock" cash prices. Come and see us
or phone your order.

127, 129, 131, 11 East 'evemnmet Street,
Telephonee-Produce Dept, 29. Groery Dept, 221.
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