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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1905.


THB JOURNAL Want Ad. a I
Ss always read by nealy all tl
people


-PRICE 5 CENTS
PRICE 5 CENTS &
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jTwmFie Deaths and Over Tw Prominent Ohio Politician Who
hundred Prstrated In New Has Precidnt ia A ciiratrnf


om City.


CRAZY FROM HEAT


Irookln other Kills Her Bab


With a Butcher Knife.

!NE DEATHS REPORTED IN CHI.
CAGO YESTERDAY -WEATHER
REPORTS SHOW NO ABATE-
MENT OF HIGH TEMPERATURE
AND NO RELIEF IS IN SGQHT.
DEATHS IN OTHER CITIES .


Sy Associated Pre
v-' -k .;: IS1.-The number of
:-i hi at to-day increased
; : day ot the summer,
.. .I::;:c reportI officially P.t
S r. an:. :he estimate is several
t '..:. tha The heat prostra-
it h same hour were two
: .: .,; twelve.
f;. a, inermometer rose one
S and at one o'clock was
:. ;, the streets it hovered
hundred. Animal deaths
S ,'rd in great numbers ta.
v ..:. horses were killed ani
: *.; 200 cats were killed dur-,


AL J& -W% 0-" A A "&At "


Many thousand tenement '
iavailed theme lves of th %
Given by the open parks
:n the outer a:r. there we-e
re that Could not leave their
the parched and sweltering I
!ia of the citr. It was from
lom that the first report of
A to the bet came to-day
a m., ire tstallles had berae
To of theit cO IEG
i ,,. ,ne wre re,,-
d, wi dirtree': frm heat
ar. !rt '1-okl I s nheat-cTraed
pi' l ca r:'\ V knife Lnt
,' pi.n -.\t't'-"' r-inr"i:d child, CARICATURE oKETCH O J. B. FORAKER.
Sm -.,,dv J. B. Foraker-Senator from Ohio. The guide book in the Senator's
' ;" :. c-rn : by the hand will give some clue to the move he si getting on himself.
a it" to-day
S;- :,n*inperatur-e
o ,t rhemomkhisTO INVES TIGA TE
T .' thermom ,.T
,a a hour, having
,t one degree
SOCIETY HOLDUP
Nine Dead in Chicago.
I t I-Nino, deaths of _L -_._. x. x ,


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S."' 1. ,i .- t (his after, NW 1 USUlC n31Wt1 mo on me Irall oT! OWn IopIcs company honors and proceeded to the castle of
S\ .-., heat. Friedstein, where he met his mother.
fwr Alle. Shady Methods of Secuing High the Duchess of Albany. The formal
Weather Conditions. ceremony of taking the oath of instal-
.. .i uv -Thehatel Pfced SubsC iptins. a lation occurred in the tre throne room
:.- [ ,, Th na i N. the presence of representatives of
:. ai quar',r Alon2 the iEmperor William, King Edward and
S.. ., -'t n loaw. nonrhern By Amociated Pr. I for the ends of justice that we make a other rulers, the cabinet ministers
s ci'h(:-n \\isonsin other' New York July 19.-Books of the' full examination of the books in con and a brilliant assemblage of officials
a few parly morning th ~eunc Ttion with 'Fads and Fancies,'" and deputies from various parts of
l, Ie em ni;erature haTown Top Com ny in so far said Mr. Gans. the duchy.
,'Rte-ial;y lowered except in the- deal with the book on American It has been learned that the regular
-outli.rr Minneota. Tho society entitled "Fads and Fancies. .subscription price to the book "Fads
n;s::y of h headed term which was sold by subscription and and Fancies" was fifteen hundred do!- BARON KOMURA
hr Ohio valley and tho or. which the publishers realized ap- lars. but that several persons have
:1 of the Ini.lle Ai:lance proximately $200.000. will be eamin-ipaid larger sums. among these Mr'. HAS ARRIVED
las nigh: smiinnnmun ed by representatives of the district Hollis B. Huntington. widow of tho AA IV
-anged fronm 72o -s rd- attorney's office no matter what oppo- multi-millionaire railroad promoter
named being the recor,n sition may be made to this step. The who is credited with paying $10.00 Aociated Pre
a. The ou look to- announcement was made to-day by As for her subscription copy of the book. y ocia press.
during the nfex: :hirty- -istam District Attorney Gans. ,'t is state-, if it is possible to reach Seattle. July 19.-The steamer Min-
i upper Ohio valler, "This matter is going to be probed Mrs. Huntington she will be asked to ne.sota, with Baron Kmura aboard,
aaward is fairly gt ,i. thoroughly, no matter who it hits or testify as to the conditions under passed Tatoosh Island late this after-
:he.- : r will hb more how high exalted in social or other, which so much more than the regular noon. She wiil arrive at Port Towd-
ni,;ra':nre Thurstda standing. It is absolutely necessary: price was paid. send abuut 11 o'clock aud will prob-
.-h: and i now seoms ably remain there all nleht.
p :vaixing hieh tem
"h h a Complete Reorganization of MURDERER UNDER SENTENCE
-.,' a.hingion '<-<. ,. ,,m OF nEATH COMMITS SUICIDE
humid:-y andI a q r-- tc
S a onsdable relief the Statistical Department OF OEATH COMMITS SUICIDE
Smpera;ure recorded..! By Associated Press.
:awao-8 degrees. By Asociated Pre. complete reorganization of the fore, St. Paul, Minn., July 19.-Edward
Th umidit was Washington, July 19.-Assistant Se- in the statistics department and a Geottschalk. under sentence to e
n with 6 for rear of Agriculture W thorough region of the methods g hanged August 8. committed suicide
retar of Agriculture Wilso Hay erning the monthly crop reports. See this afternoon by hanging. He was
a- has taken hold of the affairs of the retary Wilson says that any accua- charged with having killed two men,
t-,e Da n Coecticut. Bureau of Statistics. under instruction tons directed against the integrity of the second being his accomplice in the
i n Jucl 19 Thre from Secretar- Wilson, and has unlim- the bureau must be against himselr-as ilre murder. He had made several
ases o prstratin cited authority, It is regarded as ex- no other persons have access to the in- attempts at suicide before.
ported from Co tremelv likely that there will be a formation.
'-poTr hours up.Co
T" ofiial tern upon the streets. When Patrolman Can-
T official tern*jrat fh r non triI to persuade Mr. Funston to
was 9 degree Geral Fus Fedesist, a quarre! been the two
'p, r (-enT. en5.'led and Funston, it Is alleged. it-
Ss Cincinn Fined in cetempted to draw a revover. Funst.
v Is -ThreemorsF.e d in Polie Court was are:' ted and formal charges ma It-
a.r -IThree more -gainst him, after which he was re-
S-,. r, norted to-day. leased upon his own recognizance.
'3' occurred yei By Asiciated Pres. state prohibition law. Intense excite- The loss caused by the explosion
Sda: conside-g th ola. Kan.. July 19.-E. H. Funston. ment followed the act of the dyna- was estimated at $100 and the al-
."r during the former congressman from this dis- miter. During the height of the ex- ieged dynamiter. C. L. Melvin, is st!!l
-, -cions down- r;ic. and father of Ooeral Frederick citemen: Mr. Funston. it is charged, at large, although a warrant has been
Funston. was to-day In police court had made infrlmmatory utterances tj issued for his arrest and hundreds of
found .ilty oi dimurMbng the peace, the crowds that gathered about him men have searched for him.
iO ILTUH D TICKET rand with having carried conceale.l
T itRN TICKET weapons. He was fned $6 o eac
charge asid the Costs of the suits;
were enarged against him, making a;
IE\t MURDUERED """^ A GOOD SIGN
total of $31.55
The charges agmasit Mr. ftnston A GOOD
t. ,Associated Pre grew out of the wrecking by dyna-
.' -George Wright. mite by a tempeesace fatic Ju uint taytimemd
S: ,whemr Rnailway. 10 of three lolt "JOs" or aloons. 0c ty
S:' \ lnce T. Sanford The explos ion olMwd a a~ t tiong tl t A
1 Sanford. it is agalmst the sams Ifst w I ov-F = mT lao
I right broke up h b era Hocr b 1a0 to nI., ~ l-
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EDW. DANSBY ON VERGE


OF THE GREA T BE YOND


AMERICANS IN A

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Bomb Exploded Within Few Feet
of Official at Helsin-
fors, Finland.


BLOWN FROM -fEET

BY TERRIFIC FORCE OF EXPLO-
SION BUT INJURIES DECLARED
NOT FATAL-BOMB THROWER
MANAGED TO MAKE HIG ES-
CAPE, ALTHOUGH HOTLY PUR-
SUED.

By Associated Pram.
Helsingfors. Finland, July 19.-Late
this afternoon, two hours after Karl
Leonard Hohenthal had been sentenc-
ed to imprisonment for life at hard
labor for the assassination of Procura-
tor General Soisalon Solninen during
last February, an attempt was made
to assassinate Vice Governor Deutricl
as he was leaving the senate.
The vice governor had walked
across the square when suddenly as
he nearer' the police master's office a
man on the curb threw a bomb from
a distance of fifty paces. The bomb
fell short, but the Vice Governor was
blown off his *feet by the terrific force
o: the explosion, which shattered win-
dows in the neighborhood for a dis-
tance of one hundred yards.
Vice Governor Deutrich was hastily
assisted to the police station. He was
burned and otherwise injured about
the legs and bled profusely, but the
wounds are declared qot to be fatal.
The bomb thrower was chased by
naval cadets but escape:'.

DUKE CHARLES

ASSUMES OFFICE

By Associated Press.
Gotha. Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and
Gotha. July 19.-Duke Charles Edwaru
o' Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, assumed
the reins of government: to-day on at-
taining his majority. His state entry
into the capital was the occasion of
much ceremonial. The new occupant
of the ducal throne was received at
the railroad station with military


By Associated Pres.
New York. July 19.-Chairman Paul
Morton, of the Equitable Life Assur-
ance Society, to-day summarily remov-
ed Comptroller T. D. Jordan and ap-
pointed instead William A. Day as-
sistant attorney general of the United
States. Chairman Morton gave out a
statement in which he said the reason
for Mr. Jordan's removal was his re-
fusal to furnish information regarding
important transactions of the society
which he was investigating.

CHINESE BOYCOTT
HAC PlUMMFI APFn


Husband Sues for Big Annuity on
Alleged Anti-Nuptial
Agreement

FORMER KENTUCKY WOMAN AL-
LEGES FRAUDULENT METHODS
WERE EMPLOYED IN GAINING


HER SIGNATURE TO


DOCU-


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PLAINTIFF.


5 MINERSiLOWN


TO PIERCES BY


DYNAMITE



Striking Near Where Men
Sought Refuge from
Stonnrm.

By Associated Preas.
Des Molnes, Ia., July 19.-Five
miners were blown to pieces by the
explosion of twenty-fve pounds of
dynamite in a storage powder house
at the West Riverside coal mine early
to-day. The dead:
Charles Brown, engineer, leaves wife
and daughter.
Luke Miller, sinker, bachelor.
Harry Belknap, sinker, bachelor.
'Dell Vance, sinker, leaves wife and
four children.
George Arrowood, dumpman, leaves
widow and four children.
Heads, arms and legs were scattered '
around for a distance of 500 feet. The
men, fie in number, were engaged in
sinking a new shaft, and during the
early morning a severe rain storm
came up which compelled the men to
stop work. They sought shelter from
the storm in the powder house. While
in the house lightistg struck a tree
near 4le bnmldt k and from .tbere ran
to thie powder house causinsgthe q,
plosion. Not a piece of wood larger
than a -foot long remained of the
building.

COMPTROLLER OF

EQUITABLE FIRED


I1O UVUIVIvll INIDLU By Associated Press.
Washington, July 19.-Capt. John
By Associated Pres. I. King to-day issued his first general
By Aociated r order assuming command of the Grand
Washington, July 19.-A cablegram Army of the Republic. The order pays
to the state department from Shanghai a tribute to the recently deceased corn-
says the boycott against American niander-in-chief of the organization,
goods commenced to-day. Every ef- Wilmon W. Blackmar and directs that
fort will be wade. it is reported, to the colors be draped for ten days at
aJlay the agitation, which is part of every headquarters and every post ot
the retaliation of the Chinese against the G. A. R.. A committee is appoint-
the exclusion laws of the United ed to draft suitable resolutions for th"
States. action of the organization at the an-
nual encampment at ,Denver.
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION F The order announces that because of
ATTEMPTED ASSASSIATION OF ,his urgent request Comrade Shoo-
RUSSIAN CHIEF PROCURITOR maker is relieved as chief of staff, and
RUSIAN CHIE PROUR I Comrade McCardy, chief of the de-
i lartment of Minnesota, is appointed
By Associated Press. to that office.
St. Petersburg, July 19.-It is re-
ported that there has been an attempt B A SB A
on the life of Constantine Petrovitch
Poebledonostseff, chief procurator of
the Holy Synod as he was alighting Jul 19
from a train to-day. The attempt was
frustrated by prompt seizure of the
would-be assassin. By Associated Press.


TO ESCORT BODY

OF PAUL JONES

By Assolated Pres.
Newport. R. I., July 19.-The first,
and second divisions of the North At-;
lantic Squadron sailed to-e.ay fori
Hampton Roads. Later the fleet will
unite with Admiral lBdsbee's squad-
ron to escort the body of Admiral
John Paul Jones to Annapolis.


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Southern League.
Memuhis 6, Atlanta 3.
Shreveport 4, Birmingham 0, (First
game.)
Shreveport 3, Birmingham 2, (Sec-
on(d game.)
New Orleans 8, Nashville 1.
Little Rock Montgomery, rain.
South Atlantic League.
Charleston 6, Augusta 5.
Columbia 4, Macon 12.
Jacksonville 1, Savannah 4.


American League.
Detroit 6, Washington 2.
St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 7.
Cleveland 8, Boston 1, (First game.)
Cleveland 5. Boston 1, (Second


game.)
Chicago 1, New York 2.
National Leagu
New York 5 Pittsbarg
Philadelphia 4, Cinetna
Boston 4, St. ou ?7.
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Victim of Wm. F. Williams Baly
Alive at Hour of Going
to Press.


WATCH FORTH END


Life Sustained Only By the Most
Careful Atetion.

UNCONSCIOUS SINCE 7 P. M.
TUESDAY, INJURED MAN BE-
GAN SINKING RAPIDLY EARLY
LAST NIGHT-JAS. WHITE REST.
ING EASILY AND WIJL PROBA-
BLY RECOVER.

At 2 o'clock this morning all hope
for the recovery of Bd*ard Dansby,
who is lying unconscious at the hos-
pital, wa: abandoned. His a'eath was
expected at almost any minute and he
was being kept alive only with the aid
of the most powerful drugs.
A reporter for The Journal was at
the hospital this morning, and it was
then expected that the young man,
who received one of the bullets from
the revolver of W. F. Williams, would
not survive until daylight, though it
is possible that he may live several
hours after that time. He has been
unconscious since 7 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, two hours after he was
shot, and at times his fever has gone
as high as 105. Since 6 o'clock last
evening he had not moved a muscle,
remaining perfectly quiet, and about
11 o'clock it was thought that he was
'tdad. as his heart stopped for a few
,ecomds. He i- ?1ed. however, and
with the aid of stimulants began to
breathe regularly again. This, how-
ever, was not expected to continue
for many hours, as the patient had
been sinking since early in the even-
ing and growing weaker with each
hour.
The bullet which entered the right
side of the neck caused the limbs to
become paralyzed. It ranged upward
and lodged somewhere in the neck,
c; using an injury to the spinal cord
in the neck, which produces' paralysis.
In such cases it is rarely the case that
a person recovers, and as the wound-
ed man continued to grow weaker,
there was no hope entertained for him.
A physician, in addition to trainel
nurses is constantly in attendance,
and watched closely every change
that occurred. At frequent intervals
hypodermic injections of strychnine
and other powerful stimulants were
made.
Jas. White Resting Easy.
Jas. White, who was also shot by
Williams, was resting easy this more
ing. His temperature was normal and
pulse goon, and unless complications
arise within the nxt forty-eight hours
it is believed that he will have a good
chance of recovering. He has bees
conscious since being taken to the
hospital, and has frequently asked re-
garding the condition of his father.
For fear that it might cause his own
death, the fact that his father is dead
is being kept from him, and he is not
aware of the fact Mr. White was kill-
ed instantly.
The bullet which Williams fire
passed through both lungs of young
White, and although the wound is a
serious one he has retained isi
strength wonderfully. Early last night
he coughed up some olood from his
lungs, but with this exception there
were no baa' symptoms. He reste
well during yesterday and last night
appeared quiet and seemed to be
sleeping soundly.
Many Anxioue Inquiries.
Many Inquiries were made during
yesterday and last night by anxlog
friends, who wished to know the co.-
ditions of the two young men. and ha
visitors been allowed to see them, the
hospital would have been crowded
throughout the night and day by these
who wished to know of their conli-
tion. No one, however, except the im-
mediate relatives, were allowed to s^
either, and then they were not al-
lowed to talk with the patients.

ROOT SWORN IN AS

SECT'Y OF STATE


By Associated Press
Washington, July 19.----ih BRoo ',
of New York, was .orn in as n se.
tary of state to-day. The oath of *
bce was administered by William :
Nair, assistat librarian at the sta
department. Secretary 4o0t aea.o .
ed that he weuM Iremat he mre idrl.
the day, a bhe desrd to leak a okr.
lOal maers e se wM the at,
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By Associated Press.
Edinburg, July 19.---ingular docu-
ments were submitted to-day in the
suit of Nathanial Gibbs Ingraham,
formerly of New York, against his
wife, formerly Edith Newcomb Ward.
of Kentucky, now pending before the
court of sessions here.
Mr. Ingraham asks'that his wife be
ordered to carry out an ante-nuptial
settlement under which he claims he
is entitled to fifteen hundred dollars a
year, and also claims 4our thousand
doNars a year by virtue of a bon.
granted in his favor. His wife con-
tends that the contract and bond were
obtained by fraud. She alleges that
after her separation from her first
husband. Reginald H. Ward, the plain-
tiff induced her by various insidious
'dveices. like fortune telling, to insti-
tute divorce proceedings against Mr.
Ward and also induce' her husband
to consent to the proceedings. They
(Mr. and Mrs. Ward) were divorced
in 1903 and Mrs. Ward married Ingra-
ham.
Before the marriage Mrs. Ward says
she was taken to a lawyer's office and
Induced to .~ign an ante-nutial settle-
*uoft o-- stwaO.. wtut-, reading the
Papers or knowing what they contoi
ed. Plaintiff says the defenalant prof-
ered marriage to him first and he de-
clined, but afterwards consented to
please her as she was in poor health.
ROYAL ARCANUM RATES
ARE NOT SATISFACTORY.
By Asociated Press.
New York. July 19.-Announce.uent
has be n madt, officially that the
grand council of. New York state
Royal Arcanum, will meet in Buffalo
August 1 to take action on the new
schedule of rates recently adopted by
the supreme grand council. It was in-
timated in connection with the an-
nouncement that the supreme body of
the order will reconvene September
5 to take action on the resolutions
which will be adopted in Buffalo.

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THE PINSAOOLA -JOU NAL, T H R P AY ,Mo0 N I NG JULY *0, 166,.


RHEnMATaM W_ rrui1c t1cre bei atmy 11 the mest. WI
of the Bord to be held on art l bt
forA Ordinance to.be EnAUtled: 1 the h t d 1 aY l ae .
N EeCA ,lis or An Ordinance Wig the salary Of peril I A. M ty Camisloers, Zscamb:a
COMNM IN stea to ga l r o TB~the Recorder. and providing for a Re- "icMi2lan,91 theBo 00D' Florida

gTie t toIL m e I UII tiucarder Pro Te. t nsiroitoe orw-ntin Nllo W e '' .
athe oeisoendeavor. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Florida.
pntoris a s ot, i Council of the City of Pensacol a:nection D rlct 1
r itsthefani atI-ET OiLoiftEl Section 1. That beginning on the Notice of application for ermit to t are le

thS5 2yS tmp l Ut-Haof the Recorder for the Cy of Pe- w. Norma h led with the b Conty, Florda.
ia arflus,, I S 5M _eL Um. IIc e ola shall be Nine Hundred Dollars Board of Connty Commissioer ts for cation for permit to
so y.arsu o d i a vereo, DAe .a t($9o per and dupaable at the same camboridl. WEAL ETATer Electn
I b io 1(beLiHer, E Iid atime an3 ma inner as the salaries of the cation for permit to sell uors Wines No of Joeph Corria. ,
to hadedi me wisoh i. L intact The whereaseoth wherefores and not- te er on on at the Marer city offleers. and Beer in ecti- o District No tl13 ti t s ele ti, *
medwith the leet 1 h et ldy, wSec. 2. That the Council shall imr of said County and r nty aomm assionesa eo tan t t ee ar to,
forms aid tobe by the have p ed the nation or yar but yesterday, and will probably be towed ia ad at its f egul cam ouny or pp (2) South, range th ,




SMood and distbre to then different the s-called medical "ethics" have F, jo t ao ti meeting In June of eaca year there-Fo heBrdiobehl onvesdy wo suc pm ayonjl, ,
et a l ld notlwtm whst-As pers to fMain Butche3re Groer, sel is CvmpisteW -Nativea" aUfterelec a e c orderdP

S I &= %a dwellman have,28EastGovernmen shall be vested with all the jurisdic ty Commissroner s, ,qmbia Count-,





onne r ngsyr-outs a muscles.gthe pans. erlesgivernlngi attornehe skinned a IThe vessel, hicha note het ,--wer..mn he vntoft ab sen, dqu and. p Beerm In blegtion t. A.District No.d oCot13 C_ ,
aneer ham a und oemthe a dise inA.S S i e. tion, powers and duties of the Res Corisne cae Cn t REAL ESTATE SALE.Rri
corde ILL ORGANIZEWe have for sale
The ~eaedvity of the Liver,K ysan Sec. 3. That in the event of the Notice of application for permit t: hirs of Joep Corriga, .,
Dowels causeath u et t auatkito I The Jacksonville Metropolis says: The new shing chooabsence, disqualication, or inability sl liquors wines and beer. Whereas, si (C) a eres of land
in the system, whichest n' ntact The whereases, whereforesand not- tr been under construction at the Marione f the Recorder and Recorder Pr Richard Morris, Jr., has e with the ue Tract and also in
wwi the die t ci1 t body, withetandings of the legal profession wP 1 railway for some time %as launched
forms uric acid to be absorbed by the have puzzled the nation for years but e n bilio toe acticing attorney residing In the BoardC County oi is p St e i
blood and distribd to the different the so-called medical "ethics" have ysI over to the dity about riday. City of Pensacola, to hold daily terms scation for permi ao he g rae ( South rang r
oats a mucs d cg the pais rules governing attorneys 'skinned a Th vessel, which has not yet been r, and wo sall have a te and Beer in Election District No. 13
nf nation and er distressing symp mle." named, was constructed for . powers and per om all the duties of sad County and State; any citizen ICE H
tord. of Rbu -the iaMedical ethics often works disa Ia A dSo dailbeabiofsuch ec di t d C
tthe pson s still ein the blood andt particularly true of those doctors who The schooner is built entirely of rit- or inability. the
he shod losenotime in tinBfail to give satisfactionandnewd oAVERS ve timbers and the work done by Sec. 4. That thi finance shall of tbe Board to Aue netuesy, a wi l e r
the bood rich and pre. It tones up; thus caused are well known to all sel was under the supervision of Chas. Sec. 5. That all ordinances, and pritla shoul no bhe rard. of Jou lye190land boier a
y cog anadcuresthe dis erlns.. Thris is one of a thousand things that Brown, who personally superintended parts of ordinances, in conflict herat- McMillan, erot Bardmof Coun- rnmosaltof ol new a
Snently. S. come under the so-called medical! 8OMETHING OF THE NEW ORDER the work, and who says that the new with be and the same are hereby re- Florida oner tonal hot water bois ;.
S harmful mtiner-s nteethics." i smack will be one cf the prettiest as Pealed ora. tions in the above amed .
Sals todisagret.. Rather Beyond the Limit. WHICH WILL SOON BE ES- well as the fastest plying in and out Passed June 21, 1905. accordance with h p.
alyf toeisr Jacksonville has an excellent lot of of Pensacola. She is 76 feet in length. Approved June 28. 1905. Notice of apple n for permi t copies of which may b
t practitioners, some of whom we high- TABLISHED IN PENSA. 19-foot beam. and 9 feet, 6 inches CHAS. I. BLIS'. se.ll liqor s wio a iber er with theLt1a..
PUELV VE ETAL whilecaigtheily esteem. and they have a right to COLA (epth of hold. She Is built alone th Attest: BMayr. C. W. Thom on m e t
regulate their own affairs, but we lines of the Ruth A Welles, which I B. S. BERNARID, City Clerk. Board of County Commissioners for
eypatefthebBd s bo ld think they go too when they en- was also constructed there, although! Ecambia County, Florida, his app- NOTICE.
Book on Rheumatism and any deavor to dictate to newspaper men somewhat smaller than the latter ves-1 AN ORDINANCE cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines Neither rh3 p
aikeladvice i with art ias to the modus operanil of gettlng'up "Be a Beaver," as appearing in sel. Relating to Bonds of City Officers. and Beer in Election District No. 13 ers nor Con.-ir ,
I a news story. these columns and JI the streets hast This is the third vessel to be built Be it ordained by the Mayor and Coun- of said County and State; any citizen American sh".,np-
TNE SWIWT PCIFICW CO., Aot &:ti, "Bill Jackson" is shot on BayI aroused so much curiosity that the: by this firm at the railway during cil of the City of Pensacola: of. such election district may show M. Atwood" w;;l
street his su and Dr. "Pareor i con paramount question seems toalled be- the past two years, and all have given Section 1. That the bods of the fol- cause, If any there be at the meet sible for debts contract' .
.................... What is a Beaver? Messrs. W H perfect satisfaction. In fact the firm lowing City officers shall be as spe of the Board to be held on Tuesday of said veeL WM. .
vention. according to recent resolu- What is a Beaver? Messrs. W. H.C. Carpenter states that vessels built in Pensacola ed herein, to-wit: City Clerk, One the 8th day of August, next, why such To order.
tons passed by the Duval Medi ide and J. . arpenare fully forty per cent better than Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00); Asses-! permit should not be granted. A. M.
Association, say that Dr. "Paregor-orgatered the following information: those constructed in the east. sor, One Thousand Dollars ($1,000); iMcMillan. Clerk of the Board of Coun- NOTICE.
S's name should not appear in p t teeed the information: Comptroller, Two Thousand Dollars i ty Commissioners, Escambia County, Neither the Caiata
In connection with the case. We The Beavers is a social, fraternal ($2,000); Marshal, Two Thousand Diol.Florida. ers no.- Consirn.,
Fa l tsd would like to accommodate our med- ad benevolent association. It is tue Cured Bright's Disease. lars ($2,000); Tax Cellector Ten steamship E.wp
ical friends but The Metropolis owes first association of the kind to origi- Geo. A. Sherman, isbon Red Mills, Thousand Dollars ($10.000); Treas. Notice of application for permit to will be respns.!',..
a duty to 40.000 readers who do not nate in the South, having been launch- Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had urer. Twenty-Five Thousand Dolla.-s sell i;quors wines and beer. Wheras debts contracted by tbe Cr'w o
The A. A. Waterman's practice medicine and when the news ed at Birmingham, Ala., on the 9th kidney disease for many years and ($25,000.) T A. Hall has file wth h,. vessel. P. .ii,
F "Modern" Fbuntain Fen of an occurrence requires the name day of March, 1904. The growth of had been treated by physicians for Section 2. That each bond of ever Board of County Commissioners for F. O. HOWE CO.
fills kelf, cleans itself of an attending physician, then The the orar has been unprecedented as twelve years; had taken a well known officer of whom a bond is required, or Escambla County Florld, h appl Consin.
n itse, ceans tsei Metropolis will publish such Informa- it has been introduced into eight! kidney medicine and Olter remedies shall be required, shall be in such form cation for permit to sell Luor. Wine P
and writes evenly to the tion as it deems necessary, states and has an enrolled member, that were recommended but got no as the Council may approve and shall be and Beer in Electon Distrct No. 13 Pe ola Lodge No. 42, F.
end. If "John Jones" is seriously wound ship of more than tenthousand. reie untI gan usin Foley's Ki gned by at least two sureties, to e of said County and Stateanycizen
ed in an accident it is news to record Being strictly a social order only ney Cure. The first half bottle re- approved bytheCouncilandshallbef
t s iss te e f o h c approved by the Council, and shall bew of such election distract may show Thursday eenieg at '
the same. It Is also news In most the best citizenship Is solicited or lieved me and four bottles have cured posited with the Comptroller; ex-cause, if any there e. at the meeting r n I
$2.50, $3.50 cases as to who is attending him. His membership. One hundred appllea- me of this terrible disease. Before cept that the Comptroller's bond shall, of the Board to be held on Tuesday, visitingWbre theA
Friends always want to know this. tons for membership are required to I began taking Foley's Kidney cure deposited wt e Mayor. In eve the h day of A brethren crd
It is Important. secure a charter. I I had to make water about every bend In which the amount of the bond! t 8crmit shouldgnot, b nted. A. s1.
COE'S BOOK STORE The Metropolis would be glad In- The organizers have an immense ifteen minute, day and night, ad b nd a ch set ma b h i l t sl
COE' BOOK T1ORE d deed to accommodate some of the scrap Look filled with clippings from; pased a brick-dust substance, an-.tia e00cedOeach hotand hDols l cMillan. Clerk of the ,
2* 3S 2^S. Pal S members of the Duval County Medi- the newspapers of Jacksonville, Tampa sometimes a slimy substance. 1 be r specified sue aa hedreate t Commisioners. Iaseambia County -
23 S S. Palaox St, cal Society and leave their names out and other progressive towns of the eve I would have die if had not aou fled smwh ic an the aggregat e Florida. D ITO R
123 Phone. of the paper, but Justice to the pub- state where these gentlemen have in- taken Foley's Kidney Care." W. A amount for which the suretes sha l
I lic in completing many stories often stituted Dams and if press comments D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary bnd themselves shall bond be chess than Notice of appliat for permit to
g:SW-9------- necessitates the use of the name of are any index they have gathered to- upon even of said bonds shall make Ike J. Hellburn h fd CETRA T CUN
the attending physician. gather the best personnel in the towns LOST BOY. affidavit that heis a resident of th e Helurn has filed wih theTR
Resolutions Adopted. they have visited and "dammeno up" Missing-John Nealy Vermillion, a City of Pensacola, and that he bhts cambr a oCounty Fomris s appl- body us the first and eetir W
For the above and numerous other the goods to the unqualified satisfac. white boy eleven years old. Has scar within the State of Plorida sufficient cation for permitto i rs. Wines days of tc morsth and:30 p. W
reasons The Metropolis must decline tion of everybody concerned, on left side of chin. Disappeared from visible p operty qnincumbered, an i and Beer mi t toL Mio Liqorsi ine dels oteace request to7:30 .e
to grant the request as expressed in They have looked over the situation his home a!out three weeks ago. Any not exempt from sale under legal pr-, of said C ounty and State: any citizen 13 d Zr W. o T
O R. Q. BUCKNER a resolution adopted by the Duvral here and have decided that the out. information will be gladly received cess to make good his bond. of said Coh electy aion district may sho W. L. DLAY,
SPECIALST Counoty Medical Association. TlF.s look presages a good substantial Dam. by his father, W. L. Vermillion, 623 Section 3. That all ordinances andcause, if any there beo at the meeting har. P
ECIA STrT olutioa is as follows: They will at once begin gathering Heinberg St. oas i of ordinances in conflict he of the Board to be he!d on Tuesday
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT himereas, The publication of medi- twigs" and "mud" with a view toatith be and the same are hereby re- the 8tb day of Augst, next, why sch a .
e 7t tabletPaaxs. St. cal and surgical matters by the daily laying the foundation for a Dam In wan l. pealed. permit soul d not be granted Whr mes every oRLa o a
Office Hos: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5. press as news of public interest, con- this city. O0e of those grammarlan fiends met Section 4. That this ordinance shall MeMillsn, Clerk of the ula'-d of Coun- @do St tahtr Cta Il. a
veys no true idea of the Dullness or in- pany Issued an order requiring its D Clek. Eugene Arbona has
Lj. jury. reflecting discredit upon the ditorsan the other day and asked him tke effect immediately upon its tyommissioner mbia Countyfor Pa
A COLLO CAMPBELLNrom publishing the name of any ph When you want a pleasant laxative which was rrecte. AN ORDINANCE tomorrow is cation for pSun- sermitge and approvalsell Liqors. Winek
PALAFttorX AND ROMANtaw himand placing him in an embarr- that is easy to take an certain toacthe day" or "Tawhileomorrow will be Sundy." Passed JAnly 10 1905.Ordinance to Ex Beer in Election District No. 13 t r. B





PHONE 5S, nected _wtth any case of a media l or et will leave at S o'clock wits. doubtless by some grammarian of the tend the Priviliges aS d Franchises iof aao t on fort; apy cto Hfts b.ldi. 1
Ro 40 Th n Building Is of. sing position before his conferers, be use Chamberain' Stomach and Liver by yingThe man told him the following story: Appest:, A. CHAS.. BLISS, Not e o strict may sow wt o Pl


it tabletsJ. P. STOKES. st p an comf or sale by all druggistso. earsaon will the Readingtown Readcoing. mBtes .. MyR, J metr hr e hT as
Resolved. That the Duval County pany Issued an order requiring Its B. S. BERNARD, Clek. Eugene Arbona has filed with the
A T~m i fP iLELtft, Medical Scietyhe rest the editors of Woman' Hom Excursion. brakemen, as soon as a train stm ted lyl3oaw hers.oard of County Commisinext rs fr h e
LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND the daily press of this city to refrain --Foeamta sounty. norida. appli.-l P..y evenitgSa'
COLLECTION from pubatient, providsbing the name of any ph- T poheay excuion oting out the absurdity of the benefit from any stBe it ordained by the or and Coun- permit shol nt be nt A C J




PHONa Governmt Stre5t. not appear in the communication aI hear ToO lost yonr beart -p *t future tense In speaking of that which l of the City of Pensacola: E cMillan. Clerk of the Board of Coan or
PALAFOX AND ROMANA. siciThan a memopyer of thi societysolution- the Woman's Houme 'theh was post ofalways s the sameing place. ti hat the time of and CommissionBeer r e scambia Counto Ka'i s letok Coumbus,
PHONEsent to each o our daly papers and g," said the gop. account o the brakemen dropped "will be" and each the in mentioned in Floridoa. t a tate; a seeing of
surgical nature. weather, will leave at S o'clock wit.i donbtles by some grammarian of the tend the Priviliges 'ad Franchises:of such eJection district may show
That if the case Is of such public large and ample provision for the road, would do this by saying, '.cNe Granr ed to WarrenuE. Anderson, A.
Interest the physician in charge wmil comfort of all who wish to go. station wipl"Alltowntl Redog" Allentown, Read C. Be ry n W. H M Emm e of t a toere be. hed oesday aerd elcto ol



a agL furni. h the press the exact condition etc. An editor took tm to task for it. Wolfe and others the 8th day of August, next why such CeUTI C.



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DENTIST.
MODERN DENISTRY
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MODERATE PRICES
Ofce-Southwest corner of Palafox
and Intendeacia.

WELSH & SMITH,
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PHONE 626.

r. MNO. A. TILLER,

Reom 8, Srent Building. Phone, .
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will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August

22nd.



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Excursion Friday.
Don't forget the regular Friday
afternoon excursion on Tug Monarch.
These trips are beneficial as well as
enjoyable.

The Meake* and the Looktla Class.
A monkey in a wood somehow got a
looking glass and went about showing
It to the animals around him. The bear
looked into it and said he was very
sorry he had such an ugly face; the
wolf said he would fain have the face
of the stag, with Its beautiful horns.
Bo every beast felt sad that it had not
the face of some other In the wood.
The monkey then took it to an owl that
had witnessed the whole 9s.ne. "No,"
said the owl, "I would not look Into it,
for I am sure in this case, as In many
others, knowledge is but a source of
pain." "You are quite right," said the
beasts and broke the glass to pieces,
exclaiming, "Ignorance is bll.u'!"
Gultyr or Not Guilty.
A war veteran in the customs service
told this: In 1864 seme one stole horse
blankets from the troops stationed at
Fort Wadsworth and sold them to an
Irishman who lived in the vicinity.
When they were traced and be was ar-
Vested the judge said, "Why did you
steal thee blankets?" o mo daldn't steal
1pm, yer honor; they belongs to me,"
was the reply. "But," continued the
undge, "they are branded 'V. S.,' which
means 'United States.' -"No, sort, yer
honor, they be my name, beeawe 'IT
stands for Michael an' 8' for MeCar
thy."
Te* C-memeee1.
An Irishman on being made foreman
ot a gang of laborers wished to show
his authority to those under him on
the first morning of his proutotUL.
"Now, look here, boys," said he,
**wen I My 'Commaine' you have all to
eommince, and them that don't conm-
lince when I say con&t .e won't
1'fntmice, Ro amlcan"- Land


Wide Awake.
Fuddle--You know Stocks, don't you?
Doctor-Yes, Indeed. He is now a pa-
tient of mine. Fuddle-Pretty wide-
awake man, Isn't he? Doctor-I should
say so. I'm treating him for Insomnia.
In all meanness there 18 a defect of
Intellect as well as of heart. And even
the cleverness of avarice Is but the
canning of lmbecility.-Bulwer.

The excessive love of money Is one
of the widest doors to the penilentiary.
-Cleveland Leader.


Positive Proot
Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic
in Pensacola.
Because its the evidence of a Pon-
sacola citizen.
Testimony easily investigated.
The strongest endorsement of mer-
it.
The best of proof. Read it:
Z. A. Thomas, circulation manager
of the Pensacola Daily Journal, and
living 'at 913 East Lloyd street, corn-
er of 10th avenue, says: "I had a
dull aching pain in the small of my
back at times which annoyed me
greatly, and when I saw Doan's Kid-
ney Pills advertised I thought they
might cure it, so I procured a box at
Sidney Kahn's drug store, No.
9 South Palafox Street. The
result was all that could be wished.
One box cured the trouble and there
has not been the slightest sign of a
recurrence. Should I have another at-
tack in the future I shall surely re-
sort to Doan's Kidney Pills as I know
they can be depended upon to do all
that is claimed for them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Dean's-and
take M other.


Physicians insist that after reaching
the age of forty the majority of men
and women eat much more meat' than
is good for them. This is hard upon
those who are accustomed to eating
too much of that staple article of diet
and are fond of it, but it is said that
a little self denial will prove that the
effort Is worth a trial. Do not stop it
all at once-that would be bad for the
general health-but gradually reduce
the amount, taking care to substitute
in its place a good menu, which will
produce the necessary amount of sus-
tenance.
When Tea Was Medicine.
Before tea became cheap enough to
be considered a drink It was largely
used cs a medicine. A familiar adver-
tiseme2t in the London Tatler used to
proclaim a "famous chymlcal quintes-
sence of Bohea tea and cocoanuts to-
gether, wherein the volatile salt oil
and spirit of both" formed "the high-
est restorative that either food or phys-
Ic affords."
Wouldat Hurt Hise Cletes.
An artist gave his latest painting to
a porter to carry to an exhibition.
"Be careful, be careful." said he;
"the picture Is scarcely dry."
"Oh, never mind," exclaimed the por-
ter; "It's of no consequence-my clothes
are old!"
A Cautious Towtk.
A very small boy was trying to lead
a big St. Bernard up the road. "What
are you going to do with the dog. my
little man?" inquired a passerby.
"I-I'm going to see where-where he
-wants to go, first," was the breathless
reply.
3bV% te* Kite.
Hudson-Do you think they wfl be
able to get along on $10,000 year?
Budson-They ought to. With that
much bmosy they should mUmam to
run in debt for another ten thoossd.
.Tem Wateds's M*msl --


Emmet Wolfe and others, their suc- Ecambia Count, Frida, his apple 0oclok
cessors and assigns," be and the same cation for ,ermit to sell LAquors, Wines o'cloo k As e
is hereby extended for a period of and Beer in election District No. 13 to visiting Kloghts.
Three (3) months in additionn to the of said County and State; any citizen JOHN B .TONE .
time mentioned in said section. of such election district may show FDM. FOX Grand Kalgt
Section 2. That all ordinances and cause. If any there be, at the meetingA r.
parts ofTordinances in conflict herewith of the Board to be held on Tuesday,
be and the same are hereby repealed. the 8th day of August, next. why such p **W & ~e 4. L 0. 0. A
Passed July 10. 1905. permit should nt be granted. A.M. PeM acola Lodge No 4. L 0 0
Approved: CHAS. H. BLISS. McMillan. Clerk of the Board of Coun-: mow hlo e -t 7 :I
Attest: Mayor. tv Commissioners, Escambla County, street. VIdsttgs brethren c0rltsi'
B. S. BERNARD, Clerk. Florida. 1ft N
jlyl3oaw4w In ated. N. A. NEILSON. N. &
Notice of application for permit to B. IL wzsaOVa. Secretal.
Notice of application for permit to sell liquers wines and beer. Whereas, REBKAH S'STERB
s,,!l liqurs, wines and ber Whereas. Joe Arbona hbs filed with the aoEmt .j A N-. 10. Rebekal i0
N. Goldring .has filed with the, Board of County Commissioners for toa cel tIOay N onday ngbt a :
Board of County Commissioners for, F0cambia County, Florida, his appli- er o' i -s L 0. 0. F. HalL -t
Eccambia County Florida. their appli- cation for permit to sell Liquors. Wines tung sitercorally invited to
cation for permit to sell Liquors. Wines and Beer In Election District No. 13 s MI is NUTA I t. ELJO.
and Beer in Election District No. 13 of said County and State; any citizen Xj lIgla FRE3MAN. SecreWW?
of said County and State-, any citizen of such election district may show MAN.
of such election district may show cause, if any there be. at the meeting W.)Ow.
cause, itf any there be, at the meeting of the Board to be held on Tuesday, Lve Oak Camp N.L 1 0,
of the Board to be held on Tuesday, the th day of August, next, why such *e* *n Pythian Hall it and 34
the 8th day of August, next, why such permit should not be granted. A. M. W enenda" in each amoth. Vlt
permit should not be granted. A. M. McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun- s msdially in iteAd
McMillan. Clerk of the Board of Coun- tr Commissionersd, Bcanbia County, l A. BOGHic, C. C&.
ty Commissioners, Escambia County, Florida. -- gROOa, Clerk
Florida. Notice of application for permit to Exelaer ciamnp0m . O L t
__ii lirMora, wines and beer. Where.Ar, fcaor campment No6 4
Notice of application for permit to The Lewis r CO. have led with the s aeco ad carpet Na 4
sell liquor, wines and beer. Whereas, Board of L bis ty Commi sioners for' L 0. 0* F f1urth 'n -es Wd
Joe Roth has flled with the rdaS of ^ S Commisaloners for L O. O. Hall, on West
.Toe- Roth has filed with the E cambis County, Florida, his apphi-' greet.iL vt patriarch '210wd
Eoard of County Commissioners for cation for permit f sell Liquors, Wines &-tt trarcbeS
Escambla County, Florida, his appli- and Beer. In leon District No. 13 JOHN WI-
cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wine, of said County and i trie;. any citizeno 13 O
and 'Beer in Election District No. 13 of such etevj nditret. any citizen atr tLed
of said County and State; any citizen cause if t s dtere any show Jop~ ge, A 6, 0. 0. F.
of such election district may show of the aerd to be e thonTueadeye *, TeLed ay 8I.n0. .
cause, if any tbere be, at the meeting the 8th d&y of Avgust, next,w 1eW, mo 1r alWest G"
of the Board to be held on Tuesday. permit shoud ,- t wgranted. A. X. Str et Vis ating brethr' e corially .
the 8th day of AugMt, next, why such Meillan, t la, a of the Ba dofCoun-LJ DEVIN,
permit should not be granted. A. M. ty Ooisioutu0s 1 mbla C oun Cte. ny, CW DEVINE. SIT
MeMtllan, Clerk of the Board of Coun- PloridgN t
ty Commissioners, Escambla County, -COIjtMe ets--SdTAS3
ql*ia r0: CC e rtteets everyg Thurday at
,Notice of application fOr permit to LJai obe.d e. Withtreh, A MB d. B. OLSE.r
sell liquors, wines and beer. Whereas, Bord of With e a BANU, Gusra.aol
G. P. *Willams has g11 Wiith the B ie emid XoBAtrs Nor c 1er
Board of Coty CommssotA afor CStoe h it l- B. aA. NA a1 mee:s
bca lba County. Morida, histOW s a"i k a5to g m 'aWines third Wednesday venin at 7:3
cation for permit to sell Liquors, Of ialt NO. 13 .. Raffmor -lo, No. 10 Weot la r,
and Beer in flecties Distriet No. 132 f a W& a.Y clt1l d oeia Stredt.
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S n t-New York, July 19.-Expressing the
SE In orderthat W. F. Williams might. i |belief that the present trustee ar- i

Van Pelt yesterday addressed a letter only temporarily satisfy either the
tha' .- in demand to Judge Canter, who now presides policy holders or the public, and that
over this circuit, in which he asks fc (Som on's Old Stand.) real olution of the society 's dic ul-u r
Si ju-t er-:ved a new; stated that he thought the best Inter- Westinghouse has suggested a new
cvCj reeei a new ests of the county would be served If plan for stock control of the society
C.ms su 'hm. ch was done, and that It would 1 1 T by 5,000 policy holders. Mr. Westing-
CUiS(allay any feeling that might arise. h III I III house's plan is outlined lIn a letter
,will not be held until December, and u U lULL U ity, dated June 21, and made public 44
S an( you i. hui te, mc the sheriff thought that Inasmuch as to-day. The proposition outlined is
the time was so far t10aat that it that all shareholders be invited to S
Should be proper to have a special N N place their shares with those of Mr.
Stem, so made the request of Judge R l l yan in the hands o the trustees
Carter, explaining his reasons in the ANE O with power to vote for an amendment
letter therefore. to the society's charter providing that
Petittion to Be Circulated. the stock shall consiet of 5,000 shares
Afterwards a movement was start- of $20 each Instead of 1,000 shares
ed in the city to forward petitions to of $100 each; that no person except a
C. OooCmtn. Gee. Anrnsprger Judge Carter, requesting that he take SS INUS policy holder shall be a director; thst
i i i_ llHHtTllehV immediate step in the premises. only one share shall be held by any
-. - jllli ~I~ lThe petitions request of the judge single person who must be a policy i H AN O
that he draw a special venire for a f5jsin OfficfTakes bOptmistic bolder; that at each annual election. B 9W
grand jury, and if the latter should in- seven policy holders who have not
KI WHI E diet Williams for the murder of Mr. View of ituaf in previously served shall tL. chosen and B
Watchnokor. M*Imn*art qs e lw White that a special term of cou1t Iw IIU UI that trustees be directed and em- ii
nwd ," S PaloS Strio. p .F.a5 Wt These petitions were gotten up by citt 111811E111. share 5,000 shares contemplated by -
zens and will, it is understood, be the amended charter to the 5,000 lar- -, _0 X X0_ X
placed in business houses and circa- gest policy holders and in the event PARENTS RETURN i
lated to-day. By Asso;la-ted Pres; of any such offer not being accepted,
T RS LY TOLD Judge Carter will reach the city du- Headquarters fat the Russian Army, then to continue to offer said shares R D I
IL L ring the latter portion ot this month. Godayadinl, Manchuria, July 19.-In to the next largest policy holders un- THEIR THANKS
as he has a number oft cases which conversation with a correspondent ot til the whole 5,000 shares shall have ACUTE OR
S ko ff has returned from Cin- will be heard In chambers. the Associated Press regarding the been disposed of.
S :, ,' her prominent cities, present military situation, General In his letter Mr. Westinghouse said:
.,a h pee on a business visit i CeD, T aattinoff, commander of the Third "I believe the forego:ng plan would TO MARINES AND ADDRESS LET-
..a , O C D TO AY Manchurian army, to-day adopted a result in the selection of 5,000 of the S Um aruba B
most optimistic tone. He declared most influential policy holders as TER TO CAPTAIN DAVIS OF f
S.aney had eleven defend- uEA PENALthe Japanese were unable to advance' could be found for the position ")f M
hinm in the municipal court! HEAVY PENALTY both on account of the strengthening directors and would tend greatly to THE MARINE CORPS AT IS AN UNFAILI
;.,irniing 4or trial. Of this of the Russian positions and, because strengthen the society in the estima- NAVY YARD. CURES TEETHING, DIARRHOE
:.re defendantss were dis- they have not fully recovered from tion of the public. These 5.000 policy FLUX AND ALL B
:1 lines imposed upon the HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COM- their own losses At the battle of Muk- holders would undoubtedly be recog- OLD AT WHIT
,i ncht amounted to $24. den. He concluded: nised as important men of affairs
S,->ner Helen MI Atwood. PANY MULCTED OF $10,400 FOR "Never during the whole war has and would obviously represent a very The following appeared in a recent ; At wholesale by Mobile Drug Co.,
.,rt here recent from New, V ARKANAS i the Russian army been so strong in large amount of the outstanding poll- issue of the Army and Navy Register: i jMWMMW^^?^"^-4 -t-###
a cargo of 20.000 bags of VIOLATING ARKANSAS every respect as at present. The cies of the society. The plan, while The rescue of two children from
a cargo aof 20.00 bags of: Japanese know this and therefore they providing for the retention of expe-
gon e alongside of M ANTI-TRUST LAW.wish for peace." rienced directors will also Insure drowning at Pensacola, Fla., by two pS
w we te emt seven new directors each year." ioarines---Sergeant Augustus Zeh- I ET
unloaded and prepared for i F7 Mr. Westinghouse said to-day that rnger and Private Otto Rudolph-has
-it to ts destination. By A cied P-. VENEZUEL AFTER under this plan the desired reforms been called to the attention of the BACK FROM CAMP
Broadbent. who was reported Nashville, Tenn., Juty 19.-A a0s- can be promptly accomplished with- been called to the attention of the
\sociated ,Press dispatches as patch from Little Rock, Ark., says out legislation. He thought it worthy colamandant of the marine corps.
n inured in the Louisville that th Hartford Fire Insurance Co. TFRENCHMEN of special note that less than one- The following letter, which was for-
Turned to the city. She is psny will, pay the state of Arkansi s tenth of one per cent. of the policy waroted to Brigadier General Elliott, HE AND YOUTHFUL COMPANIONS
,-1 as reported, but was e- $10,400 penalty for operating in vioi. holders have felt sufficiently inter- is seKf-explanatory:
-V ork, I hy the burning of the tion of the anti-trust law J1st, declared By Asociated Pres. ested In the affairs of the society to "Pensacola, Fla., June 30, 1905. RETURN TO SAGAMORE HILL
An', h.r narrow escape. I constitutional by the scate supreme New York, July 19.-The Venezue- make suggestions to the trustees to "Captain Henry C. Davis, commanding AFTER NIGHT OUT OF
,R mr Tesap I court. Under the maximum penalty lan authorities have. according to a aid them in the selection ofadirectors marine barracks, navy yard, Wai- ER T OT OF
S. ;" .-,o Miss Theresa the company would have forfeited Herald dispatch from Caracas, instli to fill existing vacancies. rington. Fla.: DOORS.
a:': .M .,n. Stof uPen- $500.009 but an agreement had be ted proceedings against the French Siof your command, we desire to two br ng
a", .r1,. .r Stone unn- reached to confess Judgment at $2001 Cable Company for damages Incurred O TRto your knowledge and through you to bo
S, ,ra' .londay morn- a day from May 23 to the time the by the government for the Cable com- NO TROUBLEt r o de an throByAss
'.'. a? : Inge-Bondu- opinion of the court was -hande pany's alleged participation in the their comrades, an act of heroism on Oyster Bayt
: hr:a:., 1 -,,.:,a:on proving down. Attorney General Rogers, of Matos revolution the part of Sergeant Zehrnger and Oyster By, July 19.-Presdent
an :h pant'nt doing well. Arkansas, announced this morning This is a different action than that AT LINDEN Private Rudolph, who, last Sunday, Roosevelt and the party of youthful
rn H.: Arrivals: W. R. that he will prosecute under the new decided against the company on June 25, without a moment's hesita- companions with whom he passed'iat
r E Ta, or. city: j. law. "everything that looks like a March 31. which resulted in declaring tion sprang into the surf and rescued nIght in camp on the shore of Long
L.1 L a. lalford. Fond trust" u the state. the company s concession null and CAVALRY COMPANIES ORDERED ourhildrm cetan dea Iland sound, returned to Saamore
D R. I: H B. Luanford, Chi- void and assessing It in damages fr gene Arbona-from certain death. Island ound, returned to Sagamore
i. N Memory Castleberv. STEEL MANUFACTURERS failure to fulfill the terms of its con- TO PROTECT NEGRO, HAVE when all present, though willing, were Hill to-day. Early last evening the
Ii W S *-r. D, Puniak; John K. WILL HOLD TO PRICES. tract. Cablegrams form a large pa;t powerless to act, backing the strength party pitched camp at a picturesque
S,,. a cn!>,d g(e. Ga f --- of the evidence claimed to be in pos- RETURNED TO SELMA. and nerve of these two brave soldiers. spot on Lloyas neck. Both supper and
By Associated Pr-M. session of the authorities. According "Siir-Please convey to these noble breakfast were prepared in camp the
;* -,., l whiC h Blue Ribbon New York. July 19.-Leading manu- to common report, they were taken men, with whom we are not yet ac- akast were prepared in camp
In, \: ::;;; Ex'..ts are made facturers of steel plates and shapes from the cable office by an operator. By Associlated Press. quainted, our everlasting gratitude and president himself directing the cook-
,.n a t:l\,r ali :Leir own. Ask have agreed, at a protracted confer- They were first offered to the French Selma, Ala., July 19.-The cavalry respect. Your gratefully. Ing of the food. No tents were taken
,',r ; oT BHiv Riibon Lemon ence here, to make no change in legation for sale, but the purchase company ordered from here to Lin- "L IE BARON AND EUGENE along, the party sleeping in the open
:::ia. Tak,<. ie*. Flavors per- prices. For some time past there has was declined, den yesterday by Governor Jelks to ARBONA." with tarpaulin blankets as their only
been more or less talk in the trade protect: a negro from threatened The commandant of the marine protection. The young people listened
of an advance in the price of both METAL PENS. lynching, returned to-day, reporting corps has taken steps to ascertain fur- t, stories and experiences which the
L.-'H FROM OPERATION structural steel and steel plates on the town absolutely quiet The corn- their particulars concerning this inci- president related and the hour was
FOR APPENDICITIS. a(oount of the prevailing activity. , et Ame.- t mesas e e tk a pany was ordered to Linden on a tel. dent, with a viey of making recom- late before they attempted to sleep.
Some of the interestss represented at DBUm SItve sit. egraphed report that a mob was be- mendation to the treasury department, All were up early and after breakfast
By Associated Pres. the conference are understood to have Some curious one has collected a Ing formed at Blount Springs to gi if worthy, that the men be given life rowed back to Sagamore Hill in the
S.m:f 19 -eMrs C. G. Hag- been in favor of raising prices, but to Linden and lynch a negro who had saving medals, cool of the morning.
r:. reurne from Chefoo the proposition was voted down. The mass of interesting fats croeming been sentenced to death for murder The president had a party of visi-
u husaatid wa- crr-espondent more conservative interests argued metallic pens. Some of these refer- and who was awaiting execution. The RedmaeWty et Habitl. tors as guests at luncheon to-day. The
-soc,a'ed Pr, -. du'-ing the that an advance in structural steel and ences run back as far as the four. militia found that the negro had been Very few persons understand the vyal- most notable among them was Gen.
rvy anid nav:' operations steel plates at this juncture would do teuth and even the thirteenth cen- sent to Selma for safe-keeping by an- e o reguiarity of habits. Meals and Horace Porter, who has just arrived
ni-i Anhr dag her suhad morethat it would checks they preea ctivmed tury, and, curiously enough, in the other route than that taken by them. sleeping boors bould be fixed ones, from Paris where for eight years he
('he'fo,. luii had remer,, demand (or these lines. case of the manuscript of Robert d'Ar- NO VERDICT REACHED for only harm can result from retirig served as the American ambassador
up thc orient Her dath tols, the forger qWidb, is said to have IN WILLIAMSON CASE. one night at 10 and aGotler at 1 to the French republic.
SoperaTion made nees- AMERICANS WIN used a bronuse pen in aorer to desguise o'clock unles th e rising hour va r respects to the President and the pres.
't oappendci r AGAN AT TENNIS. his writing and make his t Aot etoo. Ediptot hour of lelan Thea p one night and dent wished to discuss with the retir-
*n:'e :- nth h o aw i nedwhen Ahe more safe. A Roman metal pen is in the case of the United States gov- woo and keep health and if a similar sonal and official interest.
n tis ien hi b on as.ged B y so- the Pr avis ten- mid to have been found at Aosta. not ernment against Congressman J. Wn- habit of taking nourishment is encoor- Another visitor was Judge W. W.
".. ,itie.5 ini Chicago. I ,,a, 7,,h- 1.q---I the lDavis ten- .. r_ ... un .. .o


i trohy fnl slletay William a mere tyl, but a brone pen silt, partner, andMr.U R. Biggs,charged aged there little hope or reaching Totton, who recently was appointed
Senator Clark Better. A. red United ates, beat Nor- and there is some evidence of a pen with conspiring to defraud te go- od age In a creditable condition. If United States district judge for the
.'. -The condition u.an E. Brokes, Australia, 122-12, 6- or reed of broae nearly as early as ernment of public land, had returned ever you are tempted to prove or dis- district of Oregon.
SA. Clark. who is ill at 0, 6-3. the Invention of printing In the At- no verdict at 10:35 last night and prve these statements, try going to
. city. is reported to- Bals C Wriht. Ulted States, beat teenth century. More than a hun- were locked up for the night. bed at 9 o'clock every night for three Good for Stomach double and COn-
:' (-ian a. satisfactory. A. F. Willing. Australia, 6-3. 6-2. dred years ago some steel pens were month, rsg at 5 andoaUig at ,12 atipation.
,.inues Ton improve, and It was previously arranged to play the made In Birmingham Lr Dr. Priestly. Troop Stable Burned. and at 6 again, with never a break In "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
out of danger, best of three sets. and some of these placed into the Lander, Wyo., July 19.-The troop the routine. The result will surprise Tablets have done me a great deal of
hands of Sir Josiah Mason in his early stable it Fort Washakie sixteen miles 7y"t- Pinneaps Tribune. good," says C. Towns of Rat Portage,
ACTCOMES A IME days with Mr. Harr ut all seem from Lader, has been destroyed y Ontario, Canada.
TVfire.Fifty horses belonging to Troop .e Km m e .g and I can recommend them to all who
nMAthYnOR ILLEGeAL w a.d States cavalry, The Easter week Is cd io ur m stomach disorder." For
IIOR I At Whew CoffeeOShows AWhatMIt Has Been ofa definitb date,e 1oudaflr a q40tl4f eaFburned,eandnalso threetnitalesaand con- Et ehefc suffer from storm
Is one In a Dut&h patent book of 1717. elderable saddlery. The horses were for Russian family and friendly reun- sale by all druggists.
f ate years oee d rd At about the same time a pelite ode large sorrels, and among the finest lou and reolcing. What Christmas
Of late years coffee ha disagreed pAt about the boxess are to us or le etrenne to the RAILROAD RATES
BA Associated P with me." wrte a Matron from rorPope's oto a Nsed a gol" in the army.r boxes oan New Year' es AIDdayE stOteer
.--Jailer Ploeger. Rome N. -.. it* s lightest punishment, pen" but these were evidently lux- WORTH-K V.
and 'lie citizen ar- was to make me lop," and dizzy, and, u ebly, and it was not until about
n charges of dis it seemed to thicken up my blood. endof the fist quarter o last HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT. presents of every maginable sie and Round trip Convention rates n va-
"n a .nt' inonne- ,The heaviest was when It upset century that metallic pens bea me vlue are he otter of the day. Some- rious dates until September 2th with
nrni*e a nslt o Connee heaviest was whe st century at metle pe Icame When It Is Free of Dandruff, It Grows times these Easter gifts assume very final limit 90 days, to California and
Nwpor! jail. were to- my appette Notes and as n the Luxuriantly. substantial proportions. We once saw Lewis and Clark Ixposition, Portland,
"-'licilstody. the court and irritable. and ant me to bed.rihoues adek l ea" te evideng Hair preparations and dandruff at Petersburg an Easter egg of gi- Oregon. Send two cent stamp for ii-
Satotempt of Mayor After one of these attacks, in which ham Weekly Past defnte evidence cures as a rule, are sticky or irritac- gntic dimensions, containing nothing lustrated booklet, which it a complete
-n a'e Wbere the fee- I nearly lost my life, I co clued to, has been given of steel pens as eR 8 ing affairs that do no earthly good. sna lr than a broughainm destined for guide to Portland, the Exposition and
T, incarcerated quit and try Postum Foodofee. I 1806 and more commonly In 1817, but Hair, when no diseased. grows natu- acharming and no doubt delighted the Northwest.
hat;n Ploeger and his "it went right to thi spot! I found It was about 1= and 184 that So ally, luxuriantly. Dandruff Is thee a rudnt anpd So doubt delighted me-
ie o nRound trip Summer rates to Colo.
i",; fio resistagd it not only a m palatable'and re- great reolution came by wich b peMS cause of nine-tenths of all hair trouble iplt--Ldon Saturday Review. ad h untl September 30th,
'h, politaemen whom freshing bevesMge, but a food as well. were made by a cheaper process-the and dandruff is caused by a germ., final limit October 13 st
aI -avce. Mayor "All my ailmentsthe0loginess'andhandsowtpre w isRte The only way to car l e dandruff is to R Rutrate. to Louir -
a.ioiance Mayor "All my as. th e usnta, ti logt ad it sd riew pon wstht pet ed l Thkille the l germ; and, so far, the only Did you ever rent a safe tIna vault? lana, Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Ter
w< poliemen are uow dmiyness, the b alatdstor edittion steel rolled atoe tabe sa r hair preparation that will positively Well, sir, they are In great variety, the ritory each first and third Tuesday.
"+h fdt; grand iury of my blood, mY ap eado "b le d the joint formed thO @t, bat destroy the germ is Newbro's Herpi- annual charge being from $5 to $700. Through Pullpan tourist cars three
-' f eral oa e-s ability di sorely a ed stomr e reqaIred hbeganrable labor to cide-absolutely harmless, free from The former 1i about an Inch and a days each week from Washington, D.
nda on- mysore cter.b aIe e grease, e qua crt e being wd to $ C. Tto San Franc tour t crhre
S and a con- and quickly to re I y to re- shape them into pen form. e Use aesediment, dye matter or dan- quarter deep, t Inches wide and C. to San Francisco whot change
S a. t uild and have stes continue un- of the P r b~elogs to 1Se pe- gerous drugs. It allays itching in-eighteen e long. It might old via Atlanta, Montgomery Mobile and
till now. Have a goad appetite and riod of John Mitchell, Jeuph G fot stantly; makes hai glossy and soft it bea domen bonds. The latter is about N two ans a week M lto
S s's Siter-i.Law D am rejoicing A son health, which and Jo h Maoa. but on a c as silk. Destroy the byse dn yor high, ee feet Me and twoFrncco ia l Rand
a .j oe the use of Postw Food reqlew at d facts it se to be move the effect." Sold by leading four feet h e feet wide and two San Francisco via C. & A. 3, R. and
t Mav 9.- Mrs. J.' I owe to the ve o Pob tm Food o ew o( abe fact It *em to be druggists,. fr sale by W. A. IVAlem- feet deep. It might hold many millions Union Pacfic Railroad.
e Captain Cole a td Cotlee.a Name giv y Pemb Co d dear that John Mitchel i the best brt, druggist and apothecary, 121 S. f a securities. Both are fitted with key Information cheerfully gWen. G. W.
\ice-President Chas. Battle Creek, K ala to be i111G Pa la Send I cepts in stamps for or vuabhustloo lokks, a are all those Ely T. P. A.; R. 0. Roach, T. P. A.;
dea t from hear There's a ret" S -- to atTm e made leto The HeWcide Compyt O rm lte ie.-New Tort J. N Van RenMelaerM General A t.
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PENSACOLA, FIORIDA, THIR8DAY MORNING. JUAY 20, 1905,


GOING AWAY?
When you leave the city"for your
summer vacation have The Pensacola
Journal follow you. Notify circular.
tion manager, Phone 38

That Equitable row was a howling
uecoess as a reputation smasher.
Emperor Bill seems to have an at-
tack of what street urchins call butt-
inaky fever.
The latest is a rathskeller car. It
is run on one of the man killer trains
between Cleveland and Pittsburg.
Russia may squirm mighty hard
but she will eventually have to swal-
low the dose prescribed by Dr. Jap.
Wonder If the United States will
tip up when Secretary Taft gracefully
ambles ashore on the other aide of the
earth?
It is announced that General Leo:a-
ard Wood will not go to Panama. The
general probably believes yellow fever
is w e than wild Moas.

President Roosevelt is a man of
many titles, being the proud posses-
sor of one B. A., eighi LL.Ds. and
one L. H. D. The colleges conferring
the degrees and the years conferred
are as follows:
1880--farvard, B. A.
188s-Columbim, LL D.
1901-Yale, LL. D.
1901-Hope College, LL D.
1902-Harvara, LL. D.
S1903-University of Chicago, LL. D.
1903-Northwestern University LL.
D.
1903-University of California, IA..!
D.
O196-Clark University, LL. D.
1905-Wiliaims College. L. H. D.

Now that Peary's expedition is well
under way toward the north pole, the
following table, showing the lattitudes
and distances from the pole attained
by other explorers will prove of ip-
torest. As will be seen the record lI
now held by Abruzzi.


Latitude
Year. Explorer, reached.
1596--Barent ........ T7.40
1607--Hudson ........ E0.23
1700-Phipps ......... 80.48
1806-Scoresby ...... R .30
3827-Parry .......... 82.43
1876-Nares ......... 8* 20
1882-Greely ......... 8324
1895-Nansen ........ it;.14
1900-Abruzzi ........ NG.33
IN DEFENSE OF
SECRETARY ROOT.


The newspapers of the


Mi'es
from
Pole.
713
654
635
587
500
440
455l
260
241



Unite-I


States almost with one accord have
accused Secretary of State Root of
having presidential aspirations andJ
cite. in support of such conclusion I
the fact that he gave up a law prac-i
tice worth $300,000 per annum to ac-
cept the port folio of state. In view1
of this condition it is refreshing to1
and at least one paper that credits
Mr. Boot with patriotic rather than
mercenary motives, which is the posi-
tion taken by the Tampa Times, which
says:
When the American press with one
accord invests Binu Root with ambi-
tion for the presidency as the only
reason which could have Indaced him
to abandon a very lucrative law pra.-
tice and accept the secretaryship of
state, as they have done, they blacke-l
American manhood with an undeserv-
ed but none the less indelible sta;n.
'h Times knows Mr. Boot only in
the vague general way in which a
provincial newspaper may know a
ans of great prominence in te cean-
ters of activity, but It is ready to cre-
dit him with honest and disinterested
and patriotic motives. It hopes ua
believes that there are multitudes of
men in this nation who are willing
to fteeo private benets and personal
advantages for the gool of their cit-
ies, counties, states and the common-
country. Mr. Root is a' large In pro-
portion to the country asais the lead-
tog man of a township or eonety, or
city to hia immediate body potic.
Until it has postive evidence to the
etrary the Times wil retae to be-
N1e. that Mr. Boot was mored by
** hbae and unworthy wveas. but
that believed the rs.det naede4
him and that he eoid be t se rice to
the country. Mr. nat hw ldlng dif-
feat pti al view ad practicing
duwPt party samutois hae 6-thft
tA do with the case. here are many
.r.iee democrats who under uke cidr


cumstances would have done the same
thing, and whose motives the Timesi
would have held above suspicion.
It is not Mr. Root. the Individual.,
whom this paper is defending. It is
the standard of American manhood,
the purity of the American Intellect
and the soundness of the American
heart.
These are all right, whether they
happen to be represented by a republi-
can or a democrat, and this paper ear-
nestly condemns the growing tenden-
cy to attribute unworthy motives to
every man who seems to have pre--
ferred the public good to private ad-
vantage, the call of duly to the im-
pulses of selfishness. When the time
comes that American men can be
rightfully charged with base and sel-
fish motives in every ac: and attitude
towards the people th" nation :s
doomed. But it will never come.

The Politician's Danger.
The automobile scorches,
The harness racer speeds:
The selling platter simply runs
For dough his owner needs.
The politician, too, would try
To make the business hum;
When be becomes a candidate
He think's he's "going some."
But autos oft refuse to go,
And horses fail to win,
And many who for office seek
Just fail of getting in
The candidate who starts betimes,
The leader of the var,
Quite frequently ends in the class
Known as the "also ran."
-Memphis Commarcial Appeal.


In Aberdeen can be found a court
aficlial who as good a type of the
canny sot as mne would meet any.
where. On a remat occasion an im-
portant witness failed to appear, an4
the Judge was tfrious.
"Why isn't be here?" demanded his
honor. "It' his duty to be here. Wheii
I he?"
The official, with true Scotch cannl-
nes, replied. "Weel, Ir no say for
that-but he's dead."

he Abew4 Peer.
"wve you a nickel?" sai( Miss Do
tyle. "Oh, no! I never dispense pro-
miscuous alms. Why do you not ob-
tain employment?"
"Please, mm," was the timid reply,
"I eha a small baby, and people won't
be bodberd by a woman with a dhliL"
Ithea, yeo abs n creature, why not
leave the child at home with its nursery
-Philadelphia Bulletin.

tlttwrel Ot the Cbld's Name.
Flannery-It seems his full name is
Dinnis K. K. K. Casey. What's all
thim K's fur? Fin-ega-Nothfn'.
Twast the iault of his godater stut-
terin' whin be tried to say "Dinnts Ca.
sey."-Iiladelphla Ledger.


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The following figars show The Peno
sacola Journars citulation for each
day during the mouth of June, IS.
with the average number of copies
daily:
June 1 .... June 160 ~b
Jamn 1 4400 Jameo 1 4,460
JWM 2 4O Jun .17 4,460
June 440 June 19 4,700
Jua 4 4700 Jm .....
Jo 6 ..... ..Jun 20 4o0


JIn 6 4600 June 21 4s40
Jno 7 cos June to 4r460
June 8 4,480 Juna 25 4,460
Jie 0 41 June 24 4"700
Jn 15 4160 June 25 400
June 11 4,0 Jun 26 .....
JuM 12 ..... June 27 4,460
JM 1 4,455 June U 4,460
June 14 44MO June 4,410
Toa1 for the .to ..... ..1 ,1
Average prW da4sy ........ 04
I h reby certify that the above state-
mIt is corret according to the reo
orda oa lie In thl offce,
N. B. SMITH,
Circlation Mgr.
Sworn to and aihcrfbed beCOre ae
thb 6th isr ot Jm. 16.


. P. 5TOKI
Notary Publc.


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* FROM STAT PAPERS. OF IMM0IRATIO#N. A CITIZEN, OF TAMPA. |
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-,Mt___-__: -_-_- St. AUgustine Rteem o. Taap Trtne.
Consgr.atliss PWor Mr. maeem. ZX: s --as t **
7Ue NNWtyiadea et eOL James E. ----
Broome are showering hi with con- In order to direct desirable Immi- Sqveral notables were among the
gratulations upon his f cent marriage graton to Florida, som prompt and visitors at the courthouse yesterday- *
to Miss Haines, charming lady ol elective option is necessary on the among them, the dsting.shed gentl-
Qulncy. The groom was born in Mar- part of the state officials. man who recently retired from a seat
on county. and is one of the best The Mid-Wlnter Tatr will andoubt-. in congress, representing tie Secoyd L QVItN
known men in the state, having been -dly be a great factor in setting forth; District of Florda, and the younger C.W. LAMAI
one of the original reconstructionltat the wonderful resources of the state, and also distinguished gentleman who
In 1876, and dii yeoman service in but tha will not accomplish all that succeeded him in that exalted post,
wresting Florid from etrpetbag rule. should be accomplished. Hon. Robt. W. Davis and HoIn. Fan
He also served his eetty in the state Nor can the very capable commis- Clark-both gifted, eloquent and eml-
senate, until he heught he had done .ioner of agriculture at Talahasseo, nent Floridians. The group was fur-
his duty by her an declined further Hon. B. E. roLin, be expected to their distinguished by tae presence of DESIQNAT
honors He made the race or secre- send out literature by the wagon load He. J. B. JOhnson, editor of the Dad*
tarh of state rep s are but Crawford in response to the inquiries received City Democlat, one of the old war Cia al
beat him. He is one of the successful daily, for in the first place, the litea.- horses of Florida Democracy and Jour.
traveling men of the state and repre ture so badly needed Is not in exist- nalism, who made sue ia brilliant rec- Henry i
seats a large importing and manufac ence, and In the second place, no ap- ord at the recent, legislature.
touring firm n New York City. Mrs. propriation is available for such X Col. Davis no longer autographs &t J. P
Broome is one of the fairest flowers purpose. the hotels ane. will no longer s inre Bryan I
of woarnhood in her tow u.-Tampa Very timely is the comment of the in the neapapers as "RobertnW.s h
Herald. Cocoa News on this subject. Urging Davis, Palatka." He has joined the W. .
united action in the cause of Immi- march of industry and brains to the T.rF.
Either Will D y. gration, the Newe says: coming city of the south and Is now F EK B
The latest reports are not sure as to "The effect of the systematic cam- enrolled as a citizen of Tampa. C. W. l
whether -namite or nitro-glycerine is paign of advertising being carried on Tampa is glad to welcome such a and
longthe favorite expwill do you goode that will nd the by railroads entering California abe citizen Col., for more reason than one.-
tmed to b below p the Car. Whichever by the people of the state can easily will add dignity and ability to the Aemu fre s
i used will gise the administration or be seen even hete In Forkida. i cal a bar; a man of f rare personal at-w
upward tb dencs.- eeainexstvile Sun. "y tean atic. persistent effort ac- tractlveness, he will be also an addl-
e e a complishes .nept things. Statistics, tion to the ranks of cite ship; he is
A Rest Is Necessary. show that California, with an area of'a man whom, in any event requiring
ta o Resympathie rywh the body 158,360 square miles. d a population an able an d istinguished representa-'
to hae mas possible everybody should in 100 of 1,435,053, or a fraction overgn !vz e of tis cit, ie pur ic function orW. H KNOW
at some season or otheret take a toouhe square mile. Forida. with an1 state occasion will be capable of "e THOS. W. BR
rest from care and labor, at least once area of 58,680 square miles, had a lung the honors" In courtly and print'-
a year. Be it a week, a month or population of 528,542, or about to ly s4yle.
t o nell te iltit o you d and temewor thde square mile. Caliorin in being Col. Davis' long sertvie In con-
ature. Wih is be st for you ilaely over double the sire of Florida and gress and his somewhat strenuous cx-
faster and better for the rest bou t yet with an e equal population per periences in politics have not serve
phsiallre and menta lly er t square mile, has great need for peU- to diminish, in any degree, his ability
Sumnmr is the o referable time for pie and has ha set to er stematictal and h is resou'cefuleains a a lawy ~i-
the body is more easily exhausted in ly and successfully to induce immigra- He will take at once a place in th a M A
the summer he at a nd the minds cer- ton. front ranks of the local bar. p .
ain to sympathii e with the body. Go "Florida has need of people as well It is Col. ~itea ,nis purp.t in to he ap-
to the mountains or seashore if pos- and why should she not organize politics in every form. The Tribune
soble, deriving while resting the been- thoroughly and systematially to ;R- has it i"Bo hDis own lip The qu-et
at of a change in altitude and temper- duce immigration by eine g In bet rumors that hvte attended his comingF
nature. Which is best for you largely ter position to secure transportation toat he is merely changing baane to
depends on what )your usual surround- rates somewhere near equal In re!- i'repAre for a re-entry into public l vf~i tiL bu. m
ings are. Ifn oru resias near the sea tion to distance as those given Cal-1 are, according to CoL DaviN, without o
go to the mountains. If remote from fornia? foundation. Hee poPVesau to be, In
the sea go to the sea-shore. "Why may not our commissioner ct Tampa, a lawyer pure and simple. But
Don't take your cares with you. agriculture, whir has supervision with!a man of his qualifications and abil-
There is an old saying that "Care kill- the trustees of the Intenll Improve- ties wlle hue needed in many capacity a
ed a cat." Be that as it may. it ha-- meat Fund of the public lands and one of a public nature, outside of politiIs. fOREION1 M1
slain its millions of men and the of whose prescribed constitutional du. -it is as a citizen, enlitte~ in thIe UP
slaughter still goes on, although one ties it is to keep a B, reau of ilmmi- building of the bcst citv n the 0stin Weon a ra
of the best Indications of the present gration, organize a system of Mo-t hat "Bob" Davis will bn most vaiu- cnaneo on em
day is the growing tendency to take operation with the several boards oft able to Tampa. Germany, wPra
seasons of rest and recreation often- county commissioners and thus per-i randSai
chethan formerly. Dofeet and make effective the idea THE TARANTULA eKILLER. Ion of I'ys
L.ay of funds renders It !mpossibithe Bureau of Immigration? other European





NewsLack of funds renders it !mpossibA MEMORY OF LEE n!e he tremles with fear, for wl
for the majority of people totake any The railroads ae vertsing et t
kind of an expensive outing and al, advantages of Florida to a certain w r aex- t oe
ways will There are few, however teot for their own bent beut that hastens t Lo t
Seter the tow Ellt At first killer has a bright yin n o t,
who. if they determine to do si c- i ae o a i that is being done, excei2t les ovr Its nl tended victim. Gradi
not take some recreation if it only be the good wor that his f being done t body nearl two irhes iearer and winger ha. a P
a tide along country laes, a sail on rats b the press of the state.h I of a golden le. As it flew shees a
the river or lake, or anl occasionalI "We need a permanent s stem of there in t"he s.n4i,-t, ,tterlng like a
picnic by land or stream, and those advcrtisi g and '- reaus of Infas my -l tarnth t rirnes upon is hind oeg
short periods of relaxation have their tlon in variLQus centers of pop0latlan. h of r one mo:n ntresn on a
measure e Tofa benefits with instructions to mike effort o leaf, the next on a grappite bowider, it
We rdpe t the advice. Take a reotl secure only the better class of im- r keeps up an ieuesant orizzng. withlc J i S i
whenever you can. Do not make every l migrants ." is caused le the vibr ion of its win.de
Ca- one of constant drudger .-ItMam;n o soonwe doe thn tayn oie' Thear this T






Among Thoew Mentioned. n e to a, t so tt fearful tug penetrt ep Dbretot-L
News. A MEMORY OF LEE. ,ilan he trembles with fear, for well ~ AMLL.NGAMINn,
Gubehardly known outside of their own ar ows tile fate in sture for bim n
Gubernatorial someeee arend w ere lying in jaitl whenal when once his mdorta foe pert toes hisIZ
m entioned are noti very favorably ri*ns a d ad set them ree. werbout This it soon does and
ing up frCi Co er t of the state Soon after the Confederates began to hastens to n. Wy t thhe tt .
Tallahaee Capt. water the town 1aibetitown) I mt a At first it is content with ying In W W
New State of o lorida. fried of mine, the son of br. I Doyle.s o cies or ts intended vi tim. rad-
The Courier has named the governor who told W trt a t his father d ust l t ppr nearer and nearer. A
cf the new state, South Florida. Who been sent for tr e Le e and tha t I A t lIit A wl:,e it is within a few inches
will suggest a site for the capitol? might go, too, if I ran as fast as iiy tle ta mint'il: rircs upo his hind legs Stea-
Suppose we make Tampa the caplitat small leg3 could carry" me, and we and attempts to grapple with his fe. e ..
city and buy that Tampa Bay Hotel found the doctor j st starting. I)r. but w!tbout s mc-s.xs. Iike a flash the J. S. Ri5 SI
for a catol bnildmg?--Pplak City Doyle was a man who h been in gia t wps on ts b The d-








lando Star.I have een that man wihot being Th sts eaten by east d people
Srie gre. icommun pretion with the dignitemy of rore y fa ve b1irde of the ewift tribe oh te

















Rather Have 6ecuritiesc blt bearing ofd the beauty of his face. a wdich 1r rem nrkable Tor the charnetr THE
Among Those Mentioned. co s trhe egiynne and thoe war, but had seeo stant a fearful stig penetrates bdee D c
There are some fellows being men- far ag to escape th fte of into the spider's body. Its struggles
t:oaned for governor of Florida who are I many innocent men. Two of his sonsI almost cea:~e. A sudden paralysis TRNACTS
hardly known outside of their own eha been arrested a shart time before e enpsTng gelti, oand it taTReir e eA
-k.% es.; 11%e a drirn L-p man. 1irst to one 60 f
mentioned are not very favorably friends arrived and spae of the free. side, ten to the other.
kuown even in their own precincts.- The doctor waru in his old gIg and.
Plant City Courier. being an immense man, left no room of esemblert alf action. iad are tey last the
P r or any oe owd i It. so we two boys wasp, but a few inches away, awaits
Proud Broward eiat on the spring, bnd. It asnki of to be result. or does it have to wait
Governor Broward Is formaking s a the Wllamnsto rt I lke about half aThey have no partc ular talte, btgn of a a
chief executive that any state should mile from the town, that we met long.
feel proud of. He is of the people, for eral Lee. He l-d dismounted and was life has disappeared from the tarantu-
the people, and with the people in all
his omclal acts. There are many standing by his horse, a small sorrel In. The one powerful legs curl up
good men in the state but it will be mare, which. I was told, it was his e-.m- bieneat the body, and it rolls over Oef-ce-Na
har; to find one that will be able to toe to ride on the march. His staff dead,--hambers' JournaL Yvrs on
fill Governor Broward's place in the Wls brilliant In gold lace, but he was
minds of the people of Florida.--Or very simply dressed. No one could' EdJble fLild. Nest.
lando mar. have seen that man without being The nests eaten by ea.stern people
greatly impressel with the dignity of are made by birds of the swift tribe, Jolt tMa
Rather Have Oecurfties. his bearing as the beauty of his face. which are remarkable for the character Pens
"We don't want your tainted mll- His hair at aitl time wua almost en- of their saliva. This, being extremely
lions." say some of the colleges. tirely white, and those who had seen sticky, quickly sets into a msbtance
"Glve us the securities lnstead~- him the year before said he bad aged- resmblhng gelatin, of whichh their edi-
Jacksonville Times-Union. greatly in shbeort space of time which Ibe nests are made. In shape thee Cor. Iatamdenc
hlad elapsed since the battle of Antie- resemble half a saucer and are usuaiiy Bayren Str
stemewail-,ek3 Le~k5. tam. I could not help thinking o4' to be foend in caves, attached to rocls. Nio job ti
Stamewall Jackson'. fo-m ws, tall. a ingto n. I lo l at tlmt alm. They hare no particular taste, but city and aJls


gaunt and angular. His teet and nas ad fae. It has been said since by serve as a basis for thick, clear soup,
werelarge, and hs wk was sglar- those who were near him that he had to which various flavorings may be -1 o ---
ly ungracefual. He always spoke quick- no expectation of conquering the north added at pleasure.
y, In short sentences devoid of orna- and that at the most be only hoped to
maget, but to the poat A d hat o "bat- win a great Iattle on northern soil in s per as Meedlet.
ing" his eyes added no little to the order to affect public opinion in Europe Formic acid-has been used for a long
peestlarity of his appmrance. His and lead to the recognition of the time by the Matabele natives in Af-
eyes were gray and ordinarily dull and yotbrn Cofederacy. However that rica as a cure for malaria and ague. HAVE OU
expressionless, but when excited by may be, there was nothing about his It is taken by them in the form of sp(-
drill which always seemed to rouse bearing whi looked like a great hope. ders. These insects contain a large DownToI
him, especaUy wheu charge were -Rev. Dr. Leghton Park In Century. proportion of formic acid. A traveler
fired, the whole man would change as In Africa says that a meal or two of WHERi
If he were trasported by the roar of rai1 n Be D o Pie. spiders cnred him permanently of an FORE I
Ih #% a ii e"nn e i a ofso an- 5L ft ir -I .'R


e;m v uguns Tn vo F .1..B An energetic pastor who was mak.-
actual field of battle.-'Thomas ng preparations to build a new church
-mem in Century. received all kinds of advice from par.
ishloners, and the greatest amount
ts WM e" tsa lvtwr came from those who had contributed
aI aIs nolcry t t is 'rd owes the least toward the revtlon ft the
everyman a lltfg. Ts IS a ftavrite church. So at the regular services on
argument with thelayy and. the following Sunday he said: *
But the world ow"noe suh a ving. "I have been receiving lots of advice
It a man wl not wo be shall not eat during the last few weeks. I have
Is a mandate s as teae Ite. been told by crtan members of th
But thee is another untdamenl congregatla that it will not do to
en In w ma that thehavetoo manyngers n the pi. I
world owes eve mn a lvng Ia pro- can assmn you that I will attend to
taondly true. It lS O svery man a that partof It There will be no pie."
fair eance to arm a decent UTing. -Harpe'We
And that s all that any saet.ae ctiug arpes Weekly.1

is "Who is that rightly grl ovr
Mr. e-Aboa how mM. doe as then r "
af e R ft a wm est? "*That's Mlss JonesJ who took part in
UM Close MS G orY, s amteur thestricals lat night"
we not go gn to by aS awteml ar And who a those nineteen tired
yat? Mr. Clom-I m a t! I'm rher
ftrylag to SgaeM e t pW tar bO- bo aer ag r masters, t
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In a great hurry to get to your school
today. Boy-Yes, sir. Bill Jones s
going ter gtt a bird of a liking this
morning for playing hookey, and I
don't want to miss it-Pack.
Dee a" D60m.
Tose English verbs "dorff and
"daon" are merely centractlos of ^-o
or" and "do on." Similarly to "dup,"
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hiakespeare, is to doe 0p"-to ift tha
latch.
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may be comin, bt it hasn't got tam
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latter was necessary he decided to
close up his place and he therefore
asked for a rebate of $639 out of the
$700 which he had paid the city. The
S S S1P AD cttmatter was referred to the Inance
WAS PASScEDom.ittee.
Comptroller' Report.
SA S Comptroler Morgan submitted his
At Regular Sess of the Ci C il, and I of Canvas- report as follows:
ruarLoota. Ms.. Jaly ,. Iso.
ft the eon. MaNor and c' fgatPeI -
s md Ia Ilister Wm Api tRi f I a
Genuemen -Below pleaMe ad tataementr
the EklfthMn. m- wlth a daU s -sor o. mt
expeses for the moath: also a e 16M01T
sataent of the ofattag da on May
F C BRENT, L LTON GREN the entire city government as had st, a.ud Aprtul 8. ms:
C BRENT, L. HILTON GREEN eenmade and that the resolution CuaIn tseasary, AprSi 1m t
AND J. M. PFEIFFER AGAIN was intended as a protest against te Ianse.'Ma.ly M.: -
I.sensational manner in which the Frosm Uaeesa........ .....$
CHOSEN AS THE BOARD OF' charges had been m ade. -- .......................-* .. ,'
S-ues and ad fow..... e ,186 0t
VnN. TRUS.TEE6 INANCE During the discussion, after the mo- MisMella eous ............... 4W-. CU 01
N TRUSTEES FINANCE tion to pss the resolution over the
COMMITTEE MAKES RECOO ; mayor's veto, Aldeman lf on tootk M1O P .'
217e100 sin dIeteemesswe asam
.... .., oceion to. Jtattat.the seeolutioo foow.:
VENDATIONS, WHICH ARE in no way interfered w!th the investl- PeasseolaWaterCo. . 6,10
gation Of the charges made by the Ilteme"tonDoamdd &Do" a UsIs
ADOPTED. mayor, or of the placing by him e- A w-p 4 ......... ... t i s .s
fore the fiMaae committee of any fur- LOase sam s tsau mrry .. e
their evidence in regard to the mat- x"PmNa sZMAY. a1.
Tnre c;: coiin'e mp i: regular ses- ter, sl tat he had mowd that the Damrme rOfIPa e Satr--
,:. :-.i ni;;g. Ma'>o': is presiding report of the mayor be received ani r e P teueo a:
;i :,"h foiksiiig member present: led. and that his arat recommenda- asaleree o. Marshal, MDpty
and pll ................ 4AN-4
\:dtr::,N:; Mara. Midon. Cahn, tion be referred to the finance com- Staton houeexpeans ... IShm
S.n IAl~:ie;.iaberte, Yonge. in mtee. n order that same might be prol ex*nes.............. i
\* further tnestigated, if they saw rt, hengplsars ............ us
waesk poad epemas-.......-446
S,, C;s., of the leadingg of the'or considered that the evidence wa-- tationue y . . . *
o..f :he ptredinz special meet- ranted It. That the reolution as pre- Icndeansa ................. i--- IMs
I. l,!h h;hemayor'rzreport on ti!, viously stated was a protest against Nflrtoeetos:
;;. : was made. Alderman the making of sensational charges un- aheras of es e rad em-
: ,. k :ihat his explant ion. warranted by facts, and which were Pola --Y W-.............. .
iTe.apim alarm, resewai
ta. gl,'iu at the ;ime his reso: calculated to greatly injure the city. sLd-.... ~5
o. censure -was introduced. b Mayor Ae' .s..andati.o. MaI d Doery:. *e-
.!t:rad on the minutes. He lie a ls ant R pf tr s-.nd .
:-i as he said. numerous per I Mayor Bliss offered certain recom- t ous ..................... -
-n. to have misunderstood the mendations looking to -the adoption Waserrnt....................
S his reolution and he wished of rules overiug the powers and epmaudSs Additons.....-. - -m1
SThe mat *er appear perfect duties of the various committees and cprttas ddltl-
His explanation %as therefore city officers In the payment of city ac-...........
spread on the minutes as foi- conts. The matter was orderedre- -a l '"s........... a" S
fferred to a special committee of three Medei .. s- ............. A.
for report. areeanduma ol epemrs.. *00- MSet
aderman Mido's Explanation The mayor announced that he had o Dept. of Pauliteasafr .U 14
e-nan Muldon stated to the appoted Ae-men Yoag, Baars and Dep otfpblncor" :
Sh.efore reading the resolnUon, ceHngh as the committee to take up stores, cro sr. #e%. re-
as not Intended i uay way the matter of emptorta a city en";- r, reat" ad Im .ee.... IWT
:fre with the Iarestigation of meer. He also appoled Alderman s hni ....'......... ;
:.;.rees made hb the mayor, bit Watson on the water committee to' seersealeu ai sd ash-
S0 2s op ta the proofs bmit- Il1 the place formerly occupied by Ga b--"removal *" d4
n.ot warrant the mayor in mak Alderman a Gigles, reigned. s '.......-
enaetiomal charges, efectlni, Walker Andersoe. reporting the Publtc budiags,repaitrS a
ee z aet............ ........ 1.2. .
insurance interests of the city which lae .. ..... 171'
Sthe coaucil had previously requested
t o make suggestions for the improve- Total Dept. ofrPbe Wworks 1tsi
Sment of the city's fire protection, sub-i Dept.SGea'l zfens4:
Si mied the report of an inspection by aiateso gRenwal eo ears.. so
. eExpert McKnight, of the Tarti Asso- e .en.:a ... ........ 1 U
i you nd that the tran itattonery ....................
.... a:er does not agree with Laaeinsa . . . .
: :mach. You suffer from Finance Comnittee's Recommenda-
C'a-p Diarrhaa. Nausea or KMney tl Dept. 0'l epea. .. tit
T'-crabe. Be sure to take a bottle f o Kot th:
Chairman Reilly, of the finance salaries o Inspeeeof ....... a1m
u STT RTl'S co ittee, a1tted a report con- salary of clerk...............-
I litag the following rocumienda- ot Departmeatof Health II Hi.
tons: That the matter of appropriat-
a I in Sl for Day View Park be dr- aT S e May. IML. titL e 4
STO ACHfrd pending acionn on a ordinance ooamaTTERS rVSl I 1 a. Va am
be able to enjoy you,- relating to the ak now before the! ot omknb es1
o Itc 1r0Ctens y ounil; that the tax-co'ector be aL- rea-seoia waer a- 'sos s,"
v. It ,trengthens the I we eput ng 30 gills payable ........... I.**to* Is NO,
: prevents the above a'i- lowd a deputy for not exceed ~ m pas --.... '..1 t' 2Sen
t "; -., Indigertim Da days at $ pr day to assist in col- -- ---11
** Co-stpaton Poorecting deinuesnt tames; that more Totals........... ...1. 0 1 O 0t .,O:
A.pe~t:e Malaria, Feer and Agu'e. time be lrvmthe to mpt osn that a sesMnew t tApl o ....cc05s.
nI all bills a the ot1 be hereafter 'oeid Io Nay. 1-S......-........... 5 s
I made in dupcat and oae kept in the al e uun e Ils e May 31. .l........ u, II
clerk's ce and one In the comIp- AL. ,, 1(h td ri-5ap*- tlY a ubmltted.
troller's eoee; tht the comptroller .r.
I- V~~r firaish a trial Slane from his books
o = with his ba tMly rqeort; that the city The Bond Ordinance.
treasurer keep a wor book; that the Alderman Yonge of the ordinance
Ymta collector keep a 4taled record of ad engrosstng committee reported
Sa casO where amont e's the bond ordinance and asked that it
aw ain" eti i tby mu;Wr t. be put back on its second reading for
rni moaout coUed by ln; that th- a slight amendment This aW do=.%
om" g clerk make othly report of all war- t ordinance was read t second
Mato dnO -1 h"&m ad amount of
mta receive by hm; tht regular time and amended, then referred back
scash te ci bL_ el* o t i h Ito the committee while the councll
: rourlf it ou col- meetiags at the co l be eld o t to thes tec e"S ntahe
S hirts and cus am fourth Wed.egy Instead of the third took aee rece re th oavencefo tO
:a8 Udc-rci as they shoud Wednes&Y committee reported the ordinan-ce 1.
!' r T nOt. better mse Wed esd _AM were: n third reading and it was read the third
t-am tu .oeThe 10 --U time and passed and immediate
"9 - b -xted signed by the mayor. ,
hardge A. C. S ik prseented the ed by the or
Th S petiti, et M,- a saon Thme election of bond
The Star Steam. ke a rebat* i board of con ers ad a
It i -- t---- a cit.y license held i'th the aolto reig (idt:
LaUI~ rpr2itSS Si to py fSlio e mal Bond Trusteea-P. C. Brent (three
SE Ga n ers Ia his place, 1 tha j; L Ntoa Grea, (tt year
1 ___et, r -a. a similar -a e ee, V's JV. M 5Ww. (one year.)
a .he that te Been aaY eImmr-4-. WL w


HAS NO KNOW EDGOE


OF TlHE MURDBI


berte, chairman; 9ol Cahn and J. B.
Watson.
Register--Qo. W. Hallmark.
Alderman Muldon introduced an or-
dinanc requiring all electric wires to
be put under grouad In certain sec.
tions. It was referred to the fran-
ehise e-mmttee


The Clay Pit Saved


Grew This Hair


AND WE CAN




PROVE IT.





i LItle Frances Moe KaewtM is the daughb-
tilefgram hair-i IM remo. Sld her betl-
ful hair was prowe wolly by the u- of t
gesta fom
Thi little gid6 a es mo e hitr tirm the
arerae ehiUd before sln DasD4eaDr wMle
no be has the kloest ad most bsMful
boat of Soul har ever pssmssd I a ehla d
d brage In tae woM.
Dedertne maes the Sesp be-Mhr nd rtdo
nd keeps It so. It rt the grost Scalp farMB-
ar 4 aM Iarofom e gretert har-producld
rst everr decovered. It s a natural food
a a Wolwobsroe nedreo tor both the hair
aad ml l Even a USe bottle o t l w put
m' se geoae Ue in year hr than a paa of
mayer hair b t tm er m-af.




at atl drnaiA, a three elms, 2 cents, cenat
a MAD pera bottle.
FI To dsiow howr quickly Mr1M ncts, we wfi
aend a large ample free by return nail to any one
who aear tha advertisemit to the I K wot- m1a -4
o@ sho., oI e with name and address ad zocent insilver or
stamps to pay postage.


UhmI Feius Sopriss That lf

a Ift mka in iW for

Miiv oJfhAWts .


STILL RETAINS HM SELF-POSSES-


Former Marshall A. A. Credille hav-
ing levied on the city's clay pit for an
execution issued against the city for
salary due him while he was under
suspension from office, the mayor was
authorized to draw a warrant to re-
lease Credille's Judgment, and save
the clay pit.
The matter of collecting the $700
rental due from the timber men who
are using a timber boom leased from
the city was referred to the harbor
and sanitary committee.
Sidewalk Ordinance.
The following ordinance was intro-
duced on request of Mayor Bliss:
An Ordinance Relating to i9ldewalks
-Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Pensacola:
Section 1. That all sidewalks upon
all streets in the City of Pensacola
upon which sidewalks are required to
be constructed by existing ordnances
shedl be of stone, brick, asphalt, ce-
ment, or some product thereof.
Section 2. That any existing wood-
en sidewalks upon any street upon
which sidewalks are required to be
constructed, which are, or may here-
after become defective, or in need of
repair, or which may not be construct-
ed strictly in conformity with existing
ordinances, shall be condemned by
the Board of Public Works, and the
said board by giving notice as provid-
ed in section 97 of the Co(e of Ordi-
nances of 1902 may require the own-
ers of lots adjoining any sidewalk so
condemned to replace the same with
a sidewalk made of the materials men-
tioned in the foregoing section. In
case the owners of any said lot shall
fail to construct a sidewalk as re-
quired by said notice the Board of
Public Works shall construct the
same at the cost said owners, as is
now provided by ordinance.
Section 3. That the Board of Public
Works may, in its discretion, grant
any abutting property owner further
time within which to construct sale-
walks In conformity with this ordi-
nance, and, in such case said board
may autborise such owners to make
temporary repairs of existing side-
walks, or to construct temporary
wooden sidewalks.
Section 4. That all ordinances aad
parts of ordinances in convict here-
with be and the same are hereby re-
pealed.
Section 5. That this ordinance shall
take effect immediately after its pas-
sage and approval.
O( monwa of Alderman Muldon the
Board of Public Ofety wai requeste"
to report n tL ex tension of the Are
liUita.
.The liquor ilcepse of Chas. Adams
was transferred to A. D'Lustro.
A enmaljncation from a Y. M. C. A.
committee asking that the trees in
front of the new Y. M. C. A. building
be cut down *as referred to the Board
of Public Works for report.
The applications of Chas. Knox and
Louis Anderson for the lease of cer
tai waterfroat lots were referred to
the harbor and sanitary committee.
Mayor Blss announced the appoint-
ment of Aldermen DYAlemberte, Baars
and Cahn on the committee on rules
as previously provided in the meeting.
Then council then adjourned.

Enjoyable Bay Party.
A party of young gentlemen gave
their lady friends an enjoyable outing
last iight leaving the city at 7:30 and
aoing to the life-saving station, return.
Ing at 12:45. The party was chapter.
oned by Mrs. Hernandez and Mr.
Moore. The evening was spent bath-
ing and dancing. Those who corn
osed the party were: Mrs. Hernan-
ane, Misses Julia and Irene Herna-
de, Zoe and Nellie Bell; Messr.
RutMser, Borras and Moore.


TRAINER DEAD


JACOB COOK EXPIRES FROM HEAT
IN NOW YORK-THOUJANOD
RUSH TO THE SEA-
*SORE.


By Aesated Press.
New York, July 1.--Jacob Cook, for
thirty years an attendant in Centr
Park, whose death from heat pry -
tion has just occurred, was on neie
best trainers of monkeys in t' worlci.
He entered the park service as a la-
borer, but it was not long before he
became attached to the menageries
and finally became identified exclu-
sively with the monkey house. He
showed the greatest affection for his
pets there and nursed many of them
through long llness.
The trainer's greatest triumphs
%ere achieved in the education of
"Mister Crowley" and "Kittie Crow-
ley," chipanses which were world-
renowned attraction, and did innu-
merable tricks.
Cook was noted among other things
for his peculiar Ideas of an enjoyable
vacation. It was to visit graveyaids
and copy inscriptions from tombstones.
Year after year, accompanied by his
wife, he made pilgrimages to the cem-
eteries not only of New York and su-
burbs, but far nlto New ngland and
invariably returned with an interest-
ing collection of epitaphs.
'While thousands of people left heir
homes in the fiats and tenements of
this city, seeking in the public parks
relief from the night's intense heat,
by far tihe greatest crowd gathered on
the sands of the seashore at Coney Is-
land. Trains arriving there even after
midnight were crowded, and it was
estimated that an army of 10,000 heat
tortured men. women and chil)'ren,
the latter being In the majority, made
beds in the sand. A northwest breeze
blew over the island bringing mueh
comfort to the sweltering thousands.
A large force of extra policemen was
kept on duty and guarded the sleepers
from harm.


CROOKED WORK


OF ASSAYERS


By Assocatd Press.
Cripple Creek, Colo., July 19.--S1x
assayers of this district have been
arrested and placed under heavy bond
upon a charge of reeiving high grade
oe hakowilg ft to have been stolen.
Fg a a6t of books examined in one
assaylag c ea it is known that about
3O,'O profit was. made by the as-
sayers an the let sn months. Other
booes lsd the ed rs to beiere that
warf a of m0ae r dollars' worth
Cof Wr *. S h-m st In th district
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SlON AND IS COOL ANtO COL-
LECTED, NOTWITHSTANDING
THE SERIOUS CHARGE ON
WHICH HE IS NOW HELO.


Notwithstanding the terrible charge
upon which he is held in jail-that of1
murder-W. F. Williams. the slayer
of Jdhn White, retains his self-posses-
sion in a remarkable manner. He 13
cool and collectta when speaking with
anyone, but shows traces of nervous-
ness when left alone.
After admitting Tuesday afternooL
that he had shot Mr. White, the pria-
cner yesterday morning claimed that
he knew nothing of such a crime, and
feigned surprise that he should be
held in Jail upon the charge of killing
his former employer. Sheriff Van Pelt
visited the cell occupied by Williams,
yesterday morning, and began ques-
tioning him as to the motive he had in
killing Mr. White. Williams denied
any knowledge of having shot Mr.
White, and sal, he did not remember
having committed such a deed. In
fact he said be remembered nothing
that transpired during the afternoon
previous. The sheriff talked with him
for some time, but was unable to get
any statement from him as to why he
committed such a rash act, or the
reason he shot Jim White and Idward
Dansby. Williams, throughout the
talk, stuck to his first statement, that
he knew nothing about committing
any murder.
When breakfast was served yester-
day morning Williams had no appetite,
but when the dinner hour arrived he
ate a hearty meal, andm seemed to en-
Joy it. During the day he removed
the shirt, which was filled with blood
from the wound of Jas. White, and got
on a clean one.
Mrs. Willams, who resides on West
Government street, is almost pros-
trated over the trouble which has be-
fell the fa mly. She was formerly a
Mia Miller and has a number of rela-
ttves in the onty who are prominent.
she is at home with her two children,
one two years of age and the other
about eleven mouths. When se
heard that her husband was in Jail
for murder her griet was something
touchdag. Neighbor remained at the
home during the alght and day in an
effort to omfort her in her trouble.
Williams addressed several letters
to his wMe during the day, and receiv-
ed some in reply.

NOTED MONKEY


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It has long beea n onmr ne idwl
contians our custom as long a we re-
main In business to handle only drug
and chemicals which we absolutely
kow to be of superior strength and
Purity.

No Doctor'can obtain the desired re-
sults In the sick room unless hie pre-
scriptios ae filled as hoe lteaeid
them to be, i. e., with drugs of the high-
est Quatlty. The ctek room is the oe
place above all others where Quality
counts above everything else. If you
want the patient to improve; to re
spond to the physician's labors, you
must be particular with the medicine.
You must have his prescriptions led
with nothing but pure and fresh drs
and chemicals. We cordially invite
your patronage and assure prompt at-
tention and courteous treatment.
We have filled over TWO HUNDitED
THOUSAND Prescriptions slace we
have been in business.


W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Phoe 1M. Drungst ua ApoMCay. 121 S. Palufax.

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THAT OUR COFFEE
SALES INCREASE CER-
TAINLY OUGHT TO Bm
PROOF POSITIVE THAT
THE PEOPLE KNOW
WHAT THEY WANT,
AND GET IT. OUR CaF-
FEE IS NO DEARER IN
PRICE THAN THAT
SOLD BY OUR tMITA-
TORS, BUT IS A GREAT
DEAL BETTER. A
POUND PACKAGE W4LL
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in which to keep all valuables.
Office, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs House.
Phone 1127.


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word for the exceilency of our
clothing, but it would
PLEASE US IMMENSELY
if you would come In and look
at our offerings.
If you are a merchant tail-
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surprise you.
Paying too much and waiting
too long is the "made-to-order
way.
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New Pianos from $100 to $600.
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
smallest degular Piano made for young
and old alike, 1100 to $175.
It will pay you to call or write us.


TUNING A SPECIALTY.


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Your patronage,
need we offer
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Foot Comfort?
You willbe sure
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QO~P WAY Is BEST. ,lfastly on the lecturer, and affecting
God's way ti best, we sust not doubt uneosciousness of the whole affair
or question Ihe left the man with' the umbrella to.
His love, though plans of ours are settle with the other for the distur-
cast aside, I bance, and the man oeing wholly with-
He knows the way, the end from the out an excuse, there was, of course, a'
beginning, I ludricous and embarrassing scene.,
Grace for.each time of need He will during which Bishop Clark was pro-
provide. fondly Interested in the lecture. j
At last the man with the umbrella I
God's way is best; whatever comes asked rather indignant: "Didn't yob
upon us I tell me to punch that person with my
Shall work for goog if we but trust umbrella:"
Him still. I"Yes."
His ways are not ours, His word de- ""And what did you want?"
dares it. "I wanted to see whether you would
Faith grows strong when listening punch him or not."-Boston Herald.
to His will. i
I Miss Bertha McCluskey left yester-
God's way lebest; although sometimes day to visit friends in New Orleans
we see it not, for two monthsba
His hand, it still is guiding all our
ways, Mr. T. Giblin of Mobile arrived yes-
As one by one we pass through trials terday to attend the mineral of hit
and dangers. soninlaw Mr. John White. Mr. Giblin
Our hearts, for glad delverance, i accompanied by his son Mr. Vincent
Bring Him praise. Giblin.
God's way is best; we shall not realize Dr. Harry Van Riper formerly
S t Cincinnati, 0., spent. Wednesday in
In all its ftllness while on earth we the city with friends and left last
But when we pass within the heavenly night to spend a few days at Assembly
Inn, Monteagle, Tenn., and then sev-
portals, eral weeks in Portsmouth. N. f it
We shall know how perfect was His can be arranged, Dr. Van Riper will
way. Pe m. take a special course in theory and
John L Penham. practice in nervous diseases under Dr.
-A 6--D L. S. Oppenheimer of Tampa. not
A GOOD EXCHANGE. he will return to Parit or Vienna iu
She entered a large department the fall and complete his fifth year of
store to buy a yard of silk, which the study abroad before settling down to
clerk told her would cost her 76 cents. the practice of his profession some-
Her purchase left a remnant of one where in Florida.
and one-half yards. The clerk sug-
gested that she buy the remnant. Miss Hoffman was called away ear-
"What will you take lor it?" asked lier than she expected by the illness
the woman. "Fifty cents, madam, of her sister and left last night for
replied the clerk. "Well, I'll take it, Philadelphia intending to return in
but you can keep the yard you've just September.
torn off." The clerk was staggered
for a moment, but appreciating the Miss Johnnie Marie Flldes, who
humor of the proposal made the ex- has been visiting friends in this city
change.-Memphis Commercial-AppeaL for a few days, leaves to-day for Ala-
bama to join her aunt and grandmother
GEMS FROMS THE on a six weeks trip to the Portland
MIAMl NEWS. fair.
A considerable amount of ill tem- 4
per. umualy attributed to indigestion, Mr. Sidney Kahn and bride-Misq
is in reality due to a lick t sufficient Hirecher of Montgomery-are expect-
sleep., ed to arrive this evening returning
Woman's amiabiltty is caused by from a delightful wedding journey
her naturally aageoc nature, while through the northwest to Portland.
man's amiablity is the result of a returning via the Pacific coast Mr.
good dinner. Iand Mrs. Kahn will be at home to
Just before his marriage in 1874,'their friends for awhile with Mr. and
the late John H. Hay gave a bachelor ,Mrs. Ike Hirschman 82 last Gregory
dinner. One of his guests asked how before going to spend the summer at
tong his honeymoon was going to last. "Edgemere Cottage" at Perdido.
"All the rest of my life, I think," and a
his closest friends say he prophesied Mrs. M. Solomon and son Mr. Henry
truly. D. Solomon of Montgomery who ar-
rived Saturday, are guests of her son
BISHOP CLARK ANO and daughter Mr. ad Mrs. Bernard
POUTE STRANGER. M. Solomon at their summer home.
There was so limit to the humorous "Udgemere Cottage" at Perdido.
eltuations for which the late Right Rev. i
Thomas L. Clark. bishop of Rhode Is-I The many friends of 001. T. V. Keu
land, was responsible. Some years, ler. who was taken suddenly and very
ago while attending a lecture in Bos- seriously ill at his home on the bay-
ton, he observed a man sitting in front shore Tuesday evening, will be glad
whom he thought he knew. He re-'to learn that he was considerably tm
quested the person sitting next to him proved last night though still greatly
to "poech" the other Individual with prostrated.
his umbrella.
The polite stranger did so, and, the! Mrs. C. W. amar gave a bay part
disturbed person, turning his head a andi picnic Tuesday evening that were
little. Bishop Clark discovered his greatly enjoyed by her guests.
mistake. It was not the person be
supposed. Fixing his attention stead- The hearts of all the community gc


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Smpli ity Iq the keynote to the!elbow, where ki a strapped with elm-
miefa ormises mid children; and b'roidery, and two fluy rills of this
thi w t K1e1 *a* In a merceri ed same hang halfway to thc elbow and
CI ham U hkM mu to- commend It. finish the sleeve. Toe skirt Is full.
TThe 'bies% t eM combination shirred to the band, )nmd h4s two
of r .fe ki -Ayle, the yoke flounces of embroldwey a.tledd with
of -j"lMed hfeot much shiin'tg from L tb Wom,. The
asd ^isa gi 5 laMinfg up length is the correct oe,4 the kirt
f*romrt eI V m tbat 1 b c bcom bely ?s p o the
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covered process. Produces a beautl-
ful, soft, velvety appearance, which
remains until washed off Ladies who
use Nadine Face Powder are sure the
complexion will be soft and lovely at
close of the evening.
THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED.
Buy one 50-cent green package of
Nadine Face Powder, and if you are
not entirely satisfied, notify us and
we will promptly reftin your money.
Sold by all leading druggists, or mail
price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett,
prepared only by
NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn.


out in tender sympathy to the stricken
families of the victims of Tuesday's
awful tragedy. And, to those other
innocent and helpless victims-the in-
nocent wife and innocent children ot
the doer of the dreadful deed. And
yet-who would not rather be any of

these than the unhappy young man
whose punishment must be heavy
even now.
Thep process by which Blue Ribbon
Vanilla Extract is made gives it a
flavor all Its own. Ask your grocer
for Blue Ribbon Vanilla. Takes less.
Flavors perfectly.
Friday Half Holiday.
Bay View Park. Bring your best
girl. Bring your batbhng clothes.
Bring a little change for chowder, cake
and ice cream, afternoon and evening.
EAST HILL B. ANTM B. CLUB.

THE RESOURCEFUL MOLE.
ae Gets Away WithL M Whem Ye
Thktk You Hmave Wm.
"Speaking of quick and resonrcefu
animals, the mole leadseasly so far as
my experience goes." a14 a man from
the country, "and I dare may there are
many men who have made observa-
tious that will coftim my coetentIeo
As you probably kLme the mole plows
in the surface of e .rth, generally
making a small ritd.afaywhere from
two to three mcesa hih. e move
with remarkable raplUity ren when
the ground in whieh he is burrowing is
hard. When operattn in soft ground
be moves along at a surprising gait
But this is not the po Trt-T'antse tc
make. I was th~inkig qt the remarha-
bly good hearing of the mole and the
ease with which be can get away just
at the moment when you think you
have him cornered. Of course now and
then you can drive a spike through the
mole before he Is aware of t. It yoU
do you will have to alk as light.as a
eat and WIl have to fet as quickly as
the ame animal when the time comes
to act. In ne caes oat of ten the
mele will hear the first footfall. At
once he wil quit plowing. He Ib gB0
Beach as you may, you cannot ad
him. I have seen men dig tor fifty
yards, following the ridge and "a oft
shoots, without fladng any other trace
of the mole tha the ridge. The moles'
I bearing is peeaartr keen, and I Map-
po thisa is so becue he eanmt see
But eva n mo wonderful from mMy
standpotnt Is The eaw and quickness
with wMch he gts away. Hew md he
manage it? Whe does he go? Ya
knew, the elemeat at superstitio in
my makeup is agim, tad I don't believe
in ghost, but somehow I have always
Incliaed just a bit to the ghost theory
when thinking of the mysterious antics
of these blind burrowers. The mote is
more like a hot in his conduct than
anything I have ever known, though,
of course, theme mole i a real and not an
Imaginary and mythical thing."-New
Orleans Tmes-Democrat.

ore*t Twaas Yet to be.
The world i only beginning. We
have done nothing, said nothing, sang
nothing. The history of the past is the
history of one empire at a time. Now
several empires must compete together
-among them, that miracle of con-
quest and greater miracle of slow be-
coming, set disperedly about the
world, but llned together, grated
and held by the embracing sea, our
own ocean state, "Imperial Britain,
mighty and aware." The world will
yet know greater men than Caesar and
Napoleon, deeper passion and wider
humanity than Shakespeare', a music
still more elemental than Wagner's, a
sadder soul than Schopenhauer's, a
more triumphant intellect than Niets-
sche's, beauty more enthralling than
Helen's.-Johbn Davldson In Leadse
Outook.


War Against Consumption.
All nations are endeavoring to
check the ravages of consumption, the
"white plague" tnat claims so many
victims each year. Folcy's Honey and'
Tar cures coughs and colds perfect-'
ly and you are in no danger of op-
sumption. Do not risk your health
by taking some unknown preparation
when Foley's Honey and Tar is saft
and cetain in results.'_ Ask fi
Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upaS
having it. W. A. -.emberte, drug
gist nd apothery. .


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Okra is a very important and useful
plant, with numerous uses, the most
Important being for the table. The
green pods without doubt irc:ke thb
finest soup vegetable supplied by the
garden. Cooked whole they also fur
nish a palatable side dish. The nat
trient properties of okra are very high.
and it has the additional advantage of
being an exceedingly wholesome arti-
cle of food. It is erroneously called
gumbo in many cook books and even
in some encyclopedias. The name of
the plant and its fruit is okra. Gumbo
is a general term for various kinds of
soup made 9f it. Okra, in fact, is an
excellent food much neglected.
A very important consideration from
the alimentary point of view is the un-
usually high percentage of digestible
matter. That fact had been establish-
ed by common experience long before
any analysis of the pod had been
thought of, for wherever the vegeta-
ble to in use it is well known that the
soup is highly beneficial to persons
with weak stomachs. Often it will be
retained when nothing else can be tak-
en, and it has in many cases restored
tone to digesave organs that seemed
hopelessly disordered. It is a partic-
ularly benefcial stood in cases of dys-
entery and chronic indigestion.
The dried seeds, parche and ground,
are said to make an acceptable sub-
stitute for coffee. A substitute for ar-
wrwroot can be made from the roots.
The leaves, green or dry, are used, de-
cocted, for their demulcent properties.
The Inner bark, soft and white, conD
taitm a strong fiber resembling flax
The outer bark st also fibrous and, to-
gether with the woody part of the
plat. furanises excellent paper stock
As Awsa is easily raised, It can be cul-
tivated wtthr proft.
For table use the pods must be cut
while tender, generally when about
thlre inches long. They grow rapidly
and soon become woody. The plant is
very prolific, and it will continue to
bear until touched by rost. A small
patch will more than meet the require-
ments of an ordinary family, and the
surplus may be preserved for winter
use by two covenleut methods. The
easier t by drying. Slice the pod,
crossways, into sections a quarter of
an inch thick, spread thin on large
dishes or *rays and expose to the sun
from day to day until thoroughly dried
Put In Jars Or lose cans and keep
free from moisture. The other method
of preservation is by canning, which
will be explained later on. The pant
Is follaclous and ornamental enough
for the flower garden. The leaves are
large and palmattoeted, and the blos-
soma, which in form resemble those of
the hqllyhock, are at first a brilliant
gold, with a purple disk. After the
first day the gold also takes a purplish
hue.
Here are some of the best recipes for
cooking okra: Okra soup-Take a
piece 6f beef or a marrow bone, put


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PEOPLE AND-EVE*KTS
O~.MAW N OEM


5IIJ'kms -W Dme Amoi rh-,se Vho Go Ves e
and TorryaWomr and Society Hem andd 9hw r&O2


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p1 piito" Th 7 Jua 1
-M3view,. aly i-Ml... Carrie
Windha was called to her sister who
is very sick in Demopolis.
Miss Rosa Nelson, of the navy yard.
Is visiting frienIb in Millview tnis
week.
Mr. Frank Fell had the misfortune
to sprain his knee last Sunday and
has not been able to walk since.
Mr. and Mrs. E. togers are the
proud parents of a little son.
Miss Llilie Walker spent one day a
last week in Pensacosa with friends. 1
The mill has been idle all the week
on account of having no logs. pI
SMr. A. D. Carter, who has ecn vern
s:ck for the past week, is improving.
Mrs. Cowley and son are visiting
relatives in Pensacola this we'k.
Mr. C. M. Larkin spent Sunday with
relatives in Muscogee.
Mrs. Johnson and daughter. Missi
Bessie, are visiting relatives in tPen-
sacola this week.
Miss Beatrice Crosby, of Lilian,
Ala. is visiting friends in Millview
this week.
Miss Mina Suarez, of Pensacola, has
gone to Perdido beach to spend a -
m.onth with her parents.
Miss Leila Lewis was a visitor in
Millview Tuesday.
Mr. Herbert Caro and Anson Wheat
were visitors in our town Wednes-ay
morning. 'f

THE VALUE OF OKRA

AN IMPORTANT FOOD PLANT THAT ;
18 MUCH NEGLECTED.

Its Nutritive Properties Are Vew
Hlth and It Is Particularly Dene-
oelal lm Camer of Chromie Imdlsm-
tio.-Some Simple Reclpea.


When You Buy

Furniture From Us


you are assured of high-grade material and workman--ii- n
in every piece. There is style in furniture just rh. -*a..
as in dress& We have selected the newest ana most fa~.
Slonable styles, but have insisted on quality always.
WHY NOT BUY A FEW COMFORTABLE ROCKERS
AND CHAIRS FOR SUMMER?
Your credit is goodfor much or little.

MARSTON QUINA,
108-1K0 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla,
titiGoodness KHIfitiM Iowsffifthe Goodness SNows il ii




Goodness Knows the Goodness Shows


n al our low shoes for summer wear.


THEY ARE STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
Like usual our reputation for the past nine years tells
you wC stand behind every sale.

No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us.



THE BOSTON SHOE STORE,


Phne 690,


117 S. Palaox Street


Pensamol


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IF WK HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.


RAW HAM IN JARS!
SOMETHING DELICIOUS!
SLICED AND READY FOR THE FIRE!
35c PER JAR.
RUSSIAN CAVIAR, 25, 45 and 85c.


Sol Cahn a Co.


The Pure Food
Store,


The Store thst Feeds
Phones178 and 480 the People.


on in cold water and boll unto cooke. i nfig o onra. 81ce and boil f5e oan
Mlice one quart of okra pods crossways until two-thirds cooked; put in a ba,
Into thin sections and add, with enough ar, ill ful seal tight and place in
strained ripe tomatoes to give the soup dark lost; if desired, add *trasr'
a rich color. Continue to boil until tomatoes and boil until the orTI i
the okra is thoroughly cooked, which tlorughly cooked, but be careful :3
will take about fifteen minutes. A either case to omit salt: put ip iU ;.-s
green pepper, from which the seeds as above. By following Mthi ,C-'- I
have been removed, sliced and added, okra soup may be had througbou: tLe
will improve the flavor. The various winter.
gumbos, chicken, Mi or crab, are mad. In the south the taste for okra is n"
I n the same manner. ersal, possibly an lnheritau- E
An excellent soup can be made with- where it may, Uke that for the ,,
j out meat by boiling the okra, sliced ;have to be cultivated. But tie ta-'e
as above, and adding when cooked a does not require much cultirvatiu. .L --
good sized piece of better. Other vege- once acquired, it Is a pcrmanennt pO-
tables, such as carrots, onos and session-New York Herald.
celery, may also be used, but lovers of
okra prefer It straight. Soup made as To the hoest mind the best periq-
above will keep in a ool place for ev- site to a place are the al-intas It
eral days and improve with age. gives or Going goo.-Adddeoa
A savory dish for luach or dinner is
made in the following manner: Butter
a pudding dt put In a layer of coo- SOURCES OF COLORS.
ed or half coo-k rice a layer of slked
okra, a layer of ripe sliced tomatoes. Blue black tI the charcoal ,f te
butter, pepper, salt and a little sugar talk.
If the acid of the tO atoe be objec- Baw siemma is the natural ej. ,t
tioaable; repeat ts aIt ntil the Sienna. Italy.
dish s fi lled; grate brederb bs on Ivory chips produce the Iv r"Y t
Stop, with peces of butter; por to as and bo~ black. - .
much boilif watw a the dith Wl Turkey red is the mad-e: r~',
bold; bake blog msil to cook; serve which grows in Illadsfln.
ho. Prussian b'ne is made w'i'
Okra also MA apatfable uggeta. potasrwm m rarbtate. This m-,- '1..
Sble dish. but i thi tom IIt s not al- discovery was accidentaL
Iway c acptabl esw firt a eWQ tai, Cochineal insects furnish ,n "
I.ts sbstane is Vio and for that our most go-geos colors -
Sas pr bly dun eot at 0we cap- scarlet, crimso sad purple.
tl tte t te. Put the pods whole India Ink is made from burn" '
Into bolit w w& l m salt; bo l pbor The Chinese ar he UDl
aboi i SSm r Mi oked:I f. .. rter s of ths and will nut r'ea
NOm WOR t he wo.Ss 1 "I b*4M4 ds: dh, ..,
64d Vs'PV'A J inr-- b War; Cuttlefish give us sepia. wli '
-*W4rbot--.- I--Sr fIDin wr3 it h fog Oa r amless Wna tl -e
--'ak a -- u wibh the &h dis-ha r s 't
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We have just re-eved a supply of Piver Soap, direct from Pa- T,
similar consignment ot Rogger and Gallet's, in cakes, from 25 cents
.00.
Also a complete liae of Piver Perfumes and Sachet Powders, a. ;..
orted.
Our Chamios Powder Rags are soft and smooth--only C cents each,
Salt Water Soap, 5 cents.


LOWNEY'S CANDIES GURAMTEED FRESH.


I PHONE 1100.


MAIL ORDERS GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION


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IT CAN'T HELP BUT

GROW!I
PENSACOLA' FUTURE IS BRIGHT. MEN OF MON WT
FROM VARIOUS PARTS OI THE COUNTRY AB
TURNING THEIR EYES PFNSACOLOj,&WAVDM,
( AUSE OF HER UNSURPASSED HARBOR, TH
I- REST WATER IN THE WORLD, A CLIMATE
*THAT IS COOL IN SUMMER AWD PLASANT IN
W\'; TER.

outsiders Are Buying Pensacola

Real Estate.
WHY NOT BUY TO-DAY AND) BRAP THB GROWTH
OF INCREASED VALUE?

Pensacola Investment Co.
A. a wM 1; =*1 0aifage


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-r *8..0 A D I KNOW
FM BAL-i 2-roam house tDoin wost
part of cty, rented now. Price $4w. ITT that land is the basis of all wealth?
J. N. Andrews, July 1, 1905. 231y In a growlag city or town, money In-
vsoted In Isad 1s In to grow. PFew.
EXCHANG-lI acres in Ross coun- PL TA sastand wu.
ty, Ohio, for cutover lad. Near Pen- wLAIN ALK oell to Inscht. y If you so s t ifst
sep Address .eltJnesut. U y o lres
pce. Address J. WA.A w tyouto know and feel n ow you will regret it, for prices will
that any business trted to greatly advance n the near future.
FOR SALJr-Child's go-cart, to esel- us will receive prompt atten- FOR SALE.
let condition price reasonable If tion and have the utmost care.
sold at once. 23 West Intnden eia 3 bomes, relating monthly
St. 16ntlyut If You Want i.o .....................$oe
5-room cottae, f ast Hill
FOR SAIA-Two eeon4-bdnd buggies to buy or sell property, rent or (Mew) ................... 100 0
and lee wagon, all in good r1 ainjn lease dneHlingb, borrow or lead 3-room cottage B. RoUman .. 860 0(
order. Apply at 223 E. Gadse street money, secure a Fire, Life or 4 aoses renting monthly
J. A. Kirkpatriek. 16jlylw Accident Insurance Poicy, we $23.4 .................... 1m ~
FOR BAl h-Co bation hese 7 undoubtedly can sve you well 10 lots, New City, overlookta
years d16hands, Tood and. en and to your satisfaction at the bayo .................... 1768
te. Al regiteed brood e A e time save you time and 1 block, near Orphae's Home 900 00
E. Hlnman, Century, Fla. jl money. RENTS COLLECTED
FOR SALE CHIAP--Tlting Witd- Our Methods MONEY LOANED.
mill, tank and pump. Phone 1047 or
apply 418 W. Gaden street. It)ylw are up-to-date and you will nd --
it a pleasure to deal with us.
WALL TINTS by experts; results Our advice Is free. I I I b RtilI k
guaranteed. Fairchld and Rie, 'Pose L M L BRO
485. l31ttlyli
485. I ^ RtOWlAyt 2042/a % PatLfox. Fliher Building
FOR SALE.--team Auto. almost ew S. BI OWN C& P u
Sash, part cash orreal estate ex-
change. Call at room 4, 7% Paaf. 200 Theisen Bld'g aIl eaU-- ua;
1junaelmo* r I O E Ia IV 9


FOR S ADLL-et.v LEId LW IJ &.zo you a mouse, I wil give YOU
Fh OR SAL n-Th e best watermelons t prices on material. P. 0. Bo "
the ty can e found n fee at Cn- Phone 310. Joel Prter. Yard at Bay- GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS
WANTE M LP WANTrD tntine Ceparisos's, 128 S.d nd Room le Street Wharf. 30)unelm* r. O ALm CO. P
v\, .,Tf t rent a house with a WANTI`ED-A reliable man on a small IOR SAl -TWo pair etra 3se FOR RENT-Three large airy rooms, PIANO TUNING. ...
S :a.ge ot. SUlte locat.n erm mear thriing town. where a yung mles, sonmd and to o4 m-nlshed. $1.25 and $2.00 p-r I am prepared to do tuning and re- GnIC MTEAL AND PURE GROUND
address "Tenant," are carpenter can get work. Would lease odition. Alo one 2Uoe Stude week. Apply Mrs. R. 1. McKinnon, paring and guarantee saitiacti 1 FE
1 171. A dre au e Or poahrrt taker wagon.,W. er. a. Grf 106 East latendencia. 16flylw years' practical experience in th Ba, yaou meal and stock feed from
a rm. es Farm,' care Journal U wn to b, or s R R T-Fr furnished r south. J. Conrad Scott, 244 E. Greg- the home manfactrer, eco
A.: l.:D~-Ten to twenty tb 00101=61 lJlylsOY014 want bt or eayaatnselula nOR ro.-NT-hehor furnished roe n a
.. I:- 'Ten to twenty_ mates A little want ad Wi bring wonderfta.. Mrs. Thomas McVoy, 113 West ory street. Peaecol 25jaelm* boome Iadustry, motribute to bome
.r thousand O. Box WANTD-A good cook tmmedtate'y. results. The ca to i tf. sei' Garden. 16iulylw' abo a4 leae your money In tyo
,, r thousand. P o Call at surgeon's quarters, navy to d lf. RWILAR AI Lfr-Geef ony* e clvty.
yr i. Ala8- 15jly1l ard Peaetso. Jly161w* HANDBOMELY FUTRNISHD front ance for traveling public. Daily ser.
r... ._ FOR SAL -ao0me on BDayaboa uo room; southern exposure; hot anJ vice each way. Po Chlpley to Bay.
\ '\l:I- an with $200.00 or less. YOUNG MEN--Our illustrated cata-. ightfully located ar-roam sottag cold bath, privilege of telephone. Ap p ead Address J. M Thgle, Chipley.
light mantufcturing bust- logue cplalns how we teach barber Mat gnolis Blf adjontiy g Ralf ply 23l W. Government Phone 705. IL 24mch oL AP
N experience rqcired; pro-A trade in few weeks, mailed free. Moler Applyp to Ar M. M il 16jylw*
c: tn *en dollars per day. Ad- Barber College, New Or;eans, La. N ICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent, nRAL ETAT,
I Care this on0ce. 12Jly2w 21lylm* FOR SALE-One Choce block on top with priviege of light houseeeptl 1mUL BTATZ in all parts at
of fe ridge east of the electric Block and half from Palaiox, 219 re Toa My the mgou al a wew
:l.-Any girl In need of frend- WANTED.-Agents in different coun- railway, between 7th and 8th street Governmen t St.2selms bl mYir J o ta nag sim e pi
n .; np. advice, etc., will S~ ties Florida to handle Alpine Safe Nature has favored this section and t Oomeermesn S lD. Ha W3mAe g -
S .,nd willing assistance by ap- and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo: cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbe. ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightfl l lo
the Matron of the Salvation Safes and Vault Fixtures of ever FOR SALE.-Beautifully located block cation on bay shore; boating, bath- AILORIGG- L lw d a.o, -
cscue Home. 33'd St. and ave- description. Write me for terms. in New City, also several lots overlook. lg and fishIng. Inquire of Mrs. C. C. oe s eltoathi elManod,e preneeda"
Birmingham. Ala. dh. Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flor- Ingthe city IBlock 80, New cOty; als Berman, at e1h6ervllle. 3Jun1lm. g"Pahg ao bo u m, -
ida State Agent. 28june. other lots in and around the city. Very FOR RENT ,-Tro furnished rooms Wst Germ t St. Peusaeolbr re d d 0 bf i
T.AT D.-Te Merchants Twtaer cheap. Pone 470. C. Pebley. ,br rent.l 6tf housekleeLpng.,l W. a --
wants your moving and hauling Any intelligent person may earn a 20junelm. Chase. ": "4 -m.
-eakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- o00 inome creoraiangfor new s. -AFO OR DOLLAR AND RFTr
Prop. Phone 978. 18jaell pae -s; so canvasstIa ; tape.tene FOR SALEL-A small sailboatt A PAIES8 wewo wh t to rt t r hose F NT a hdO Re w bDal FF The unu Express Olpany
unnecessary. Send for particular, staunch and sale boat in any weath- teams or a nythg "Iseo tr that m e_ am M
So l Nortera Prs rynktree iyaocw er. Address P. X., Journal Ofce. amoter, will d Tb h Jural Want s Ia oS- recew- ms torwda fieg
,TFD.-A 10 c0amad h*E N .V Isu. un. .. . . s 2. e A4.. r rheT money and valabi s of aB ds ip
j jrnal 16)lew. CHICKEN WHlAT podc r HpatroEt-pes .alh a ear, tiom to all patn of th eo"ntry,
Makes owls espeaaly wel iavor Bouropeas pl Boom g t s SAILMAKER. with eotnetolno for Canada, MI-
o ft T lm ,ah fi' I The cheapest foood b e fo b.F. cI tan. Twu-a nt -. izadl e 1,5 N R u J.m& Pm 1, 719 South Doaa Clu ppn pomll
.h:. Am Am.ritau National Banke C4o t
p V. pr Address J. L. JFOR BALK CHEAP-My three-year- FOR SAE.-17%oot sloop riggeu m tool ad hoe
care .:*.nIal; 13June2m* old Berkshire herd toar, Duke if skiff, 8 toot bean, carries 75 yards '-- at% etc. Prices asonabla Sumaa The Southern company
Florida No. Wa923. Alsi some flne canvass. In good condition. A hr,. br V-N S oreaatea on MJNS mil- of 4-u


young pigs. six-months-od boar, all 0- WFew Mamr , 5 -_ %- uL--
WANTED--Your electric wok of a registered and tran..,- ed. Carl Set- fox St. room 2 e. l GVE YOUR HAULING TO laS rotal, sa eneeetio wilt
k .- Let us c:an yOr a 1 rterliad, Chipley, Fla. 18l FR RENT-y!ce rom with show the Adams Epr Oapany o
pair yu- dynamo. du your wiring. e, ow FOLR R N'raf ee ro, WIth show G wi o pl a 34 .Px through Aw ayS I) o
lhou. :.70 Peuacia Elect-ic-Co..FOR SALE-Good second and upn1 ra window Apply at 348. Pa o through w, wi throw
comer ,aeu"ca.antiBaylen ec FR ALE-Good.t.m seeoad d so, stock ea adcowt (&.afat .- l9JW ly m buti throughrmeaderuGiio
corsrer luteidencia anu Baylen streets- right piano, good as :tow at 12 East 18140 B. Inteeade. 12 I oa d and through maeeger, per.
rr uneim. Grigt o iano oS. 15lylw FOR RENT-Twelve-room dwellu Thor. I Tlmom, Prop ibtfm a unifid serving, omntitLt
Goverui- -st.S.Corner Hayno nd Wright. Suitable
V, rP.ASSo,) CO. rccived another OR SAL-Fresh better, cream, t for boarding houe. Apply W. S. Gar. HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION th largest system of the kind ID
.-..;:et of imported pure olive ol sweet milk, ad batermilk, de- M y field. 12july the world.
r ".ai d in gallons, half gallons livered at say time of day. No. 405 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Mntey Orde re old t
E Belmont street Phone 907. 7lylm M u Rgood car line corner 13th street and BAGGAGE DAY OR NIQHT. agency of the there Express
v, .ANTED-Te people of Pensacolalo rcO 6ash regicoso c. h I Ma .s Leliemth1 L venue. Inquire at Turton's 1Phat Po PHONE 9I. Company at reaonable hoors.
tc, cease worrying. Lo The T ura ter ti perot ouboa ulo ill -i'ea lr ld u t, gallery. 12)- .uly
S-,,. Ads lv : Le probe fory h sA al ....sg n.. Can u .RENT.-Lower o P. O.'BOX, 67;. elptIa i vn a money Ias refund

d. " th e oo .a .. 2e0n o T e l a. n S ed. Address 44, cae Journal. W W n a ,A dr sfth* 4 a weJ w to mad B
;e, e whic- makes the population of Cameas N@a" s mdspiaS tre &"mno w. e. af t9)ane 1w J A. I by eAT r "ther*
e." acoa ak h or cdarf. k ales a best b Goreme a81 y b.,1 pFOR RENT.-Residence lately o Manufacturers of
va da id ~01La Y e -r a amL ecupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.Mauctrso
.AN7ED--Hau._ng and .tr MoNE .... 2 Dr.. S Hal.l Ito A11 p and Dealers in For sale at Main Ofce, 16 West
,-k OAcea photo e. 6. Rwce u i tsIt a sn&M ea" 48S Palatox sEee t. 7Je LUMBER, LATH$,SAWED CYPRESS Government Branch otces, J. B
S.; 39. Acost & White. 22-28 N. THWST WOOD YARD caa M. W HINGLES AND KILN. Roberts & Co., Corner Hayne and
Satragoa. tS~eioka ply yoa with stove wood, blocks, FOR RENT-Twenty-room aouse, co- DRIED SAPS. Wright streets, Jas. Hansen & Co.,
ak wood, spnt wood, pta kots, or sm .er Barracks and Zarragossa street or. AlcaniD anibadsden streets J. E
WAN D-Ore t The Jo rmaia knadli9g. RIaw phame 1. C. H. MON"Y LOANED on aii kinds of Sualtable for boarding house. Apply corner lJacso and Del
specl i Pesacola and Panama Canal Williams, preitr, cor. 0 St., and anal property on short noaS to Mrs. M. J. Moreno 216 East zarra- UU Williams corner ,ackon and DeVil
E. on. whisa wlB shortly appear. Jackuao. S ayla Terms eay. J. W. Balll ar -s ea. m~a r- T lier streets, Hannah Bros. drug store,
=U."oatJla bf4ae Pictures of city.i& ,
motata -sonl e ites of 16 cnts. M Lb w 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144 White & Co, drug store, Hargis Phar-
Sa orders at Journal oRce.. lot, 3 b1SS U P IOl, Mlot Of Mno macy, ir g store, B. M. Saloon's res-
2-- mar Mt L r p&rtlelar to- OUNLIMITD amoUas o uat t r.o luoau l an n & UV taurant, Merchants Hotel.
A.;TD-Secod-hd Corn. Oat qtre o M l C alI aof piam proper. The Jo urnl has W. FOW
al.. *tto eed me" l sacka. Ofat of J special rates to b"slM awn onar S Agent
A L shipments sUiced. Write R SALE.-I am Florida State Agent loans. The New York Losa olo ok. M W oIP RES -
FrMel CO. archL for Fire ad BrlargProoisafe. d .t a lot Of MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER
A VBIRAwasvi au Fixtures .of all descriptions MONTH. F. M. WILLIAMS,
A BIGHAM wagarteyr aBloTln, manufactured byAlpine Bate an i eB' a aWn Sa OlD PA Ladles and Gent's Clothing cleaned, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
.egarant company o ncna, Ohio. ON TO LOAN ON DIAM dyedand repaired. Goods called r Office, Brosaha budl nt
.. .'0 w. Communicate with me for prices and i Watch. Chains. Ringa and ah ktads and delivered. to Pensacola tsa Collage
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- et coat erl security at lowst rate oo a, ABILL & FINCH, PROPS, Prompt attenti always given
i-T pection and tallying of ritt Moreno, Penacola, Fla laterest argais In se sr le. 140 E. government St, to busnaes. Passoola, Fla.
F R. Goulding, 508 Soutls 2sIune. pledu Phone No. 16. Pensacola, Fla,. -- .
Phone 2, Residence _____
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SRETaL s" Faor Rent. Six desirable bilding lots at F R t.
RENL B: a ur so is e We9 m o ntn la n'* .,....
'. and your s.a ws Norh HIl ridOne, 10 room@s..S SW0 V,9 0. N328 West Intendene ....... .6
Caeu atn 715 Ner n.... ....... 40, 809 North 7th avenue .......... .00
A 3 North Spring EMAST HILL PROPERTY .
as H merw PsrwMe Wharf .... 20MW. rSTORES AND OFFICES
.contracting rs 21 We* Romma- .-.............-MAD----.- 315V-South- Palate
.'ur-E... Tni : :314 st bg ..:............ 0 A NIe me, 55 Gdsde, 7 rooma, at J, as
Sign painting a spe- East Olease .................. 15 70South Pable fo lub or
e- phone 249. 17my. 80 We Main ................ 15.00 '.4 oa,.207 ast Govmmnt.
421 East 6evrnme ...........11.00
- ANTED-Yo- a g lady. 1. 1AAOIA MONEY TO LOAN o AT THE LOW
as tegape. MONEY TO LOAN AT TH L OW- Sw F IN EST MARKET RAT OF INERE
or country town. Com- EST MARKrT RATE OF INTEREST. -
n; figur. Reo fer i We Adverti Free.
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DAILY SCHEDULE
Par Staam ODivie
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERIAMIAL
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Littl
Bayou. Bg Bayou, Warrington.
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Fl. Barrancas 7:3Mas
9:65am ar Ft. Bamrraeas 10:M8a
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pa
3:50pm ar Ft. Barraneu 4:3 pm
6:15pm ar F. Barrancas 7:00pm
8:10prm ar F:. Barrancas 8*:50pa
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barraacas for
Pensacola at-
8:C00m ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40m
2:00pm ar Pesaacola -:40j
5: 15pM ar Penmacola 5:55pB
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45:
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
SUNDAY SCHEDUiJL
Electric ear wil leave Penaaofa
every hour from 0 a. m. to 10 p, m.
incluasve, and Satarday eight oqly at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hear at 7:36, 8:30,
and so eo unta 10:3 p. 9 ., wia eag
exception of the first car leaving Pea-
saeola a s a. n., which Wil, o re-
turning, leave the tlig Bayea at 6:t
,a. m., and te2' IL' car wlt a3 e
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above In the week day uaobaa
which will begin Friday, April 1
Electric car will leave Peniacola at
7. 8,. 8:50, 9:50,. 10:50, 11:50, a. raA
12:50, 1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, $:60.
8, 9 and 10 p. m.. running througB to
the Big Bayou, and immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the trail
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will ra as at
present, but will observe this eleeste
car schedule and wij work to conneo
tion with it.


Pensacola, Sin Mh s aMl
lf Stenump Ce.
KTEAMXR TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Mater.
FIRST-CLASS PASBENGER ANI
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Betweea-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACH.6
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN
DREW, MILLVILLE


And all points on St. Andrews Say,
Carrabelle and Apalachls
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:3 p.
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola. Tuesday, 8:0
m., for St. Andrews, Millville, Apn-
lac'aicola, Carrabele and intermedia
points.
For additional lafoirmation appy
J. R. SAUNDERS,
E. R. COBB, Presidea.
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
Pensacola, Fa.



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LOANS.
We have about $10 ,0 bo hau which we aer lead on ga
estate security in sums of $100.00 to $260.t at 7% am 8%.


REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.


Block 169, New City tract, 20 lots, at $3500.00.
Block 163, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.00 per lot.
South half of blocK 143, New City tract overlooking Bayoa,
lots, at $15".0).
Block 120, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayou, 2S lots, at $275N.
A very estrable Dweln, 6 rooms, now reted, North Harae
street, at $2260.00.
Dwelling North Hill, near car ine,. $M25&00.
Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.


DWELLINGS FOR RENT.


Twostory Dwelling, North Baylen street, $30.09.
Two-story Dwegliag, No. 211 West Cervantes street, 8 rooms,
odern eonveaieaces, p30.00
Also renting property and bargains can be had by calling on


Those. C. Watson & Co


LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENT&
Cor. Patafox and Garden Msets.


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Pfifltk P tV7HIT EALDhssan Arrived
7 _1 iAI r C 0 Telsta r p So w Bongos, 2917,
U 1 I t e asy mark for the 4vorpooto Pmensacola Lumber Co.'
ST sw ILU L ek Park, Br as, Mills, 2208,
S1U Uultcrrt Your Vora Cruzto F. Q. Howe Co.
Cleared. A
YOUprotectA iese August Belmont, Br as, Barnes. A67,
fTtEET SETri i1 the for Thmpico with 6,048 tons coal.
SI Mogilbello, Ital ss, Zinte, 2967, tor In
r wearing clothes msde m on t he g Red Venice with 40,000 as t sawn timber. F
Aef w mixed fabrics. Moste 21,000 s ft lumber, 1,657 tons phos-
S don't kno it- ot A II ~I Wil HIonr For ti l S U Sel i 00 e ent pure. phate rock.
Gome of them bought it because Nw '. ft .s ^sss -
st a little lower priced. The mi .y Wit WBYe huo CO,,. Ing t& u.ht ui.lf o nsst EvSELS itPolRT.
betis.they all paid more than arneshe
It s worth Men womud notB upon your painter uing it Augut Belmont, Br as, Barnes,
bu ya north. Merein wold cotton' uis n e Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
cheat in clothes they were SOLD BY August Belmont, Br as, Barnes,
sold on their merits at their Out of respect to the memory of The insurance adjusters, who have A. M. AVERY. Tamco to Gulf Transit Co.
i- real value. If you wear cotton John White, one of the pioneer mer- bpen in the city for several days, ad- New York to Gulf transit Co.
mixed clothes, insist on getting chants of PensacpIf, whose remains jutting the loss stained by the Ballaggio, Ger ss, 1798, Boss, New
them for a low enough price--- : WelsK* Cth e t big Ballagglo, Gerass, 1798, Boss, New'
thm or a t e h pare to be placed attest this afternoon, Welles-Kahn Co., in the recent big York to A. A. Brown & Co.
Don't pay more than their value. fire, which badly damaged the siei Teertie Stills Brantingham, Br ss, Flause, 1685,
Don't pay more than their alue all stores and business houses of theo t hat firm, have come to an amicable Turpentine Stills s Palma to Fr. a. reyer.
STHE BEST PLAN IS TO BUY city will suspend business duringt he agreement with the proprietors of the Cartha Br as, Johnsn.1.ce Ha
OUR GUARANTEED time that the fuheal is being conduct- etblishtaen, nd the was et- cMilan Bros. Co. vana to Export Lumber Co.
ALL WOOL. ed. Mr. White's long and honorable T -eyesterd.' El, Br as, Nielsen, 1229, Pomaron
career asa merchant and business The amount of goods damaged ve $10,000, bu to J. A. Merritt Co.
Not "ust as good" but abomerc stated at ove 10,00, ut th, Fort, Parodi, 2697, Boston
lately the best in clothes, $10 man coEmmanded for him the respect claim was settled for $8,500, this be- to Go., T o
to $26 : and esteem of all cities, and when ing the amount agreed upbn between Mobile Alto Goodwulf T 's Co.
a petition was circulated yesterday ihe proprietors and the adjusters, after il, Goodwood, Br s, Bo. 23, Ba
to have all. stores closed during the a careful examination of the damaged oredto Wm. S. Keyser Co. l il
L,. --hour of the funeral it was willingly and burned stock. They hare been n Inchoor, Br as, Curtis, 3078, Ne
signed. The business men who have consultation for several days, but the i castle to Gulf T Iransit Co.
so far aignllf& their intention of matter was settled yesterday morning. Pi Pi Oer L 1 542, Kahde, I
as follows: iferent companies. Union, Br as, Foster, 72, Grand Cay-
SP. tone, J. S. Bell & Sons, Josephn So far no settlement hae been made Naval Stores Matket. man to master. I1
y to andM Coleman, Vidal & Smith, Sol Cahn & onthe damage sustained by the build- Savannah, Ga., July 19.-henaval ramas, sAnderson, 1561,
20507 S. PaCo., Ja. McHuea Wrm. Johnson & ing. The owner and insurance ad- stores market closed to-day as fol- New Orleans to Hyer Bros.
S20 7 S. P a son, J. L Stephens, Rosenau & Ger- juters have selected two prominent lows: onglbo, Ital ss, Ziniti, 2512,
SPho 225., elds, P. Lindenstruth, Kandy Kitchen contractors, who will estimate the W .........................$4 80 Tampa to Gulf Transit C.
2 2 Co., L. Friedman & Co., Clutter Music damage and a settlement will be made WG ......................... 55 Pecine, Aust as Sarijanovich, 1463,
SHouse. Mrsto & Quina, Ryan's Va- upon their estimates. N .........................4 25 Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
rlety store, B. Gerson Walter H. M .........................4 10 Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, Huelva
White & Co., Myer Shoe Co, A. D. K ........................... 405 to Master.
Morrson Standard Clothing Co., H YOUNG LADIES ........................... 00 Sicana,al s, Bianch. 228, Genoa
Krq & -, C Dalley Moore, John H ...........................3 5 to Gulf Transit Co. I
C UmO N.IKr L M. Cariley, T. H. Lannon G ........................... 3 87% Teresa, Aust s, Persich2331, Gal
From 6:30 to 10 o'clo cko.. L..H.n.no TAKE fNAL VOWS. ....... 3 .sao Pescoa Lumber GCo
&] : CO .G n&Watson, E. M. Ande.- TAKE FIBNA VOW S G 382% eston to Penacola Lumber Co.
son, Jacoby, Hannah Bros., Armour .................. 7 to 3 70 Vivinia, Span ass, 1983, Bustinza,
S Evening Jul 21. C . turner. Parisian E .................. 3 40 to 3 45 Tampa to Gulf Transit Co.
Millinery Co., Forbes Furniture C., C ........ ...........3 30 to 3 35 Wanderer, Br as, Hunter, 2666,
COME AND HAVE A 000 TIE. McDavld-Hyer Co., Brown & Gordon, SOLEMN AND IMPRESSIVE CERE. Spirits Turpentine, 59i cents. Liverpool to A. A Brown & Co.
iC. McK. Oertlng & Co.. A. M. Ave-y, Brro.
FARE, ROUND TRiP, 25 CENTS. West Florida Steam Bakery. C. V. MONY AT MOBILE CONVENT M TD TO DeGrogori Giobatta. Ital bk, Fer-
Paid at the Boat. Thomps -I. Wasgenhei. JA. H. Fred- OF MERCY LAST NEW METHOD T 12, Bnos Ayres to fellow
; ericksen& Son., J. E. Williams, Bauer Pine Lumber Co
SMtthews. F. Brawner, W. L. TUESDAY. A RACella, Port bk, Dominges. 1117,
o & M ttyer tand, W.. B U S B F AAn. T ESAC. Buenos Ayred to Pensacola Lumber
SRI AU t Forbes tlfd:N. Apostle. A solemn and impressive ceremony Ital bk Duc Clngunl, Ollvari. 128,
The Funeral Servicel, took place at the Convent of Mercy in from Genoa, to Rosasco Bros.
S The funeral services will be con- Mobile last Tuesday, when five young ONE JACKSONVILLE COMiPANY Innocenta, Ital bk, Garriano, 769, Ft MA
ducted this afternoon at the family ladies made their dnal vows according de France to Rosasco Bros.
c residence on East Gregory street at to the rules and constitution of the DESIGNATES PLACES BY Oceana, Port bk, Molledo, 1123, New
SU4:20 o'clock, after which the funeral Order of Mercy. Sister Mary Annu- Orleans to H. Baars & Co.
THE TUG cortege will- move to St. Michaela' slate Goggin, lster Mary Aquin DI- SIGNS AND ANOTHER Thomas. Ital b, Garro, 803, to C. B.
.R C cemetery, where the remains will bf neen, Sister Mary Gerard Roe, Sister U.SES A SCREEN. Cafero.
A RH placed at rest. The body will be in- Mary Catherine Laffan and Sister Achooners
.M tterred with Masonic honors, of which Mary Edwina Laffan are the names, in Harry W. Lewis, Br sen., 279, Matan
will run the following schedule order the deceased was a member. religion. of the young ladles who by zas to J. A. Merritt &Co.
The pall bearers are J. M. Flinn, J. this act have forever renounced the The latest move in the street railway Julia A. May, Hondurian sch. Scott,
FBIDAY AFTERNOON Ed. Watson, Jno. M. Coe. Henry Whit., world to devote themselves to the controversy over the p'riisions of the 74, Ruatan to Master.
W. J. Forbes and Jas. Nix. service of God in the religious life. Avery law, requiring separate comn- Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
SCity or Life-Saing Station, Ma W Ar Right Rev. Bishop Allen. D. D., re prtments or divisions of the street timor to master.
e City for Life-Savin Station, Mao W te rrceved their vows assisted by Rev Magnolia, Am sch. Houseman, Pas-
4:400. Marco V te, the second eldest son Father hier, S. J., and Re atner cars for the white and colored passen- cagoula to order.
Leave Life-Saving Station for Gulf, of John White. deceased, reached the Brislan, S.J. The Right Rev. Bshp ers is a new ethod of designating ary Judge Am sch Morris, 399.
4:4 rcity tt n to Lfeaincoming from Jackon- spoke to the young religious, taking the seats for the two races, says the Cardenas to master.
Return to Life-Saving Stationor City, grams5:5. vlle, were he is now residing. Tle s tt yetherefor follow.Jacksonville Times-Unon. Maxie, Am sch, Ward, Key West to
Lelve Life-Saving Station for City, grams were sent him Tuesday night, ers of GOd, as most dear ch.eldren, arso lenm er.
1and he Pe4left Jacksonville on the first et. His words made a deepimpres- All of the cars of the Jacksonville Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt.
SArrive Pensacola, 8:45. train or this city. so o is words m e a denot soon Electric Company are now provided 653, New York to order.
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS forget the lessons contaed n them a signboard with the word Ships.
CHOLERA tNFANTUM. Master Austin Wagner was acolyte"White" painted on one an' the Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
S Children Not Exected to Live from on this occasion. word "Colored" painted on the other nera 1170, Liverpool to master.
'- hinthis occasion, sde. Evelyzmlon, Rus ship, Aylinr, 1882, 8r. .
One Hour to Another, but Cured byhe siboa abot one oot hpAyllr1882,8L r
The signboard, about one foot Navalire to master.
CAPTAIN Chamberlain's Colic, Choera and square, is attached to th back of the to aster

Si Ruth, the Uttle daughter of E. N. above the back of the seat, so that it lars Earned.
UsU U U Dewey,. of Agnewvlle. Va., was serl- Cleat can be plainly seen. The board is at- The average man does not save to =
AouslyN ill q cholera Infantum last sum- C eaned at tached to the back of the particular exceed ten pe- cent of his earnings. FIN
LAUN JCH S mer. "We gave her up and did not seat behind which colored passengers UH must spend nine dollars in living
expect her to live from one hour to Pensacola Prmsin Club must be seated when they ride on the gpenses for every dollar saved. That
CU D ROT. L E NANY AND another." he say "1 happened to 9 cars. It is a movable sign and can be ueing the case he cannot he too careful
SNANCY AND of Chamberin's Colic, Cholera NO. 1 N. PALAFOX STREET attached to the back of any seat, so about unnecessary expenses. Very of-=
EDNA and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bot- TREET. that the space for one race or the ten a few cents properly invested, like' =
tie of it from the store. In five hours other can be extended or contracted buying seeds for his garden, will save'
I saw a change for the better. We| "" *.** ww -. .. as the occasion may require. several dollars outlay later on. It is
-. be chartered, by the hour, day or kept on giving it and before she hadf i i While the sign was noticeable on the same In buying Chamberlain's Col- '"l
* e week. Terms, reasonable, taken the half of one small bottle she .. all of the cars yesterday the absence Ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
e/ lashnlg Tackle and Cooking Uten. was well." This remedy is for sale of negro patrons was still observed. costs but a few cents and a bottle of
ils furnished if desired, by all druggists. Not one car in ten carried any negro it in the house often saves a doctor's
passengers, and when a negro is seen bill of several dollars. For sale by all
PHONE 20. on a car he is always alone, druggists. I
TW O C S[S I ( The North Jacksonville Street Rail-
T MRE E DBiSM WA R *ay company has gOne still further O*DI TCI
CR MI AL e npany, and has complied with the law
m -i US at, All of the cars of that company are RDINANC L
Equipped with rolling curtains attach-
8ELLIE HICKS FOUND GUILTY, ed to the back of the second seat from 1:r ,
Da.; A the end of the car. When a car is PROVISIONS OF THE ORDINANCE
LAUNI H STEPHEN AND VINCENZO MATTHEEL Th P ple moving in one direction the curtain
N SwEumE. 0 I CSC E ON G PLEA near the rear of the car is hoisted WHICH MAYOR 'SAYS WILL
Gl LIN U S, DISCHARGED-'ONE PLEA about two feet so as to form a screen.
OF O UJI.TY. The seat to the rear of the screen is BE STRICTLY EN-
tis eCxt p s i n a designated as the seat for white pas-
OenI to charter by Drivate Drties I 9 a sengers, and all the seats in front of FORCED.


shing trips, bathing, or other the screen are assigned to the negro
f ishing trips, bathing, or wo cases were tried in the Crimi- most potent man- t passeen gers. h en t reaches a At
nal Court yesterdy,Judge Beggs pre- tmnus and starts in the opposite Following the notice issued by May. Lv Mac
siding. The first to be called was e as regards to aJrection the curtain that was raised or Bliss several days ago relative to
that of Sellie Hicks, colored, charged is lowered and the other curtain is the enforcement of the ordinance pro- Lv Cuth
formerly ship's boat for Spanish with assault with intent to commit H raised. This always gives the white hibiting certain kinds of loaded ve- Lv Arli
a i eer Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's murder. Hicks was represented b: A A A passengers the rear seat and the negro hides on the streets of the city a Lv Bain
P rtse captures. Chas. M. Coston, while the prosecution r passengers the front seats. great deal of interest has been manl- Ar Talls
was conducted by Solicitor Loftin I U U I R The company has not suffered to tested as to the provisions of the or- Lv Talli
i and Judge Laney. The Jury returned any extent by the boycott on the part, finance. The Journal therefore pub- Ar Jack
SgBs full canopy and is moat com- a verdict of gu;ty of aggravated as- of the negroes. They seem to be per- lashes it for general information as Lv Tall
S table boat in the bay. sault. fectly satisfied to ride on this line be. follows: Lv Socc
Hozie Stallwerth entered a plea of cause they are given the front seats Section 118. It shall be unlawful Lv Lana
Sguily to the charge of petit larceny. and the white people have to sit be- to drive over the streets of the city of Lv Carr
-N He was sentenced to pay a fine of $25. hind them. Pensacola any wagon, dray or other Ar Apal
MAX'rKLEIN,R V.OWNE 1 In the afternoon the caa s of Vin- The plan adopted by the Jackson- vehicle loaded with wood, lumber,
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.1 censo Mattheel, aa Italian, was called. The fact that we sell ville Electric Company is the same brick, stone, coal or other heavy ma.
PHONES, 358 and 1070. iHe was charged with Sel~lng intoxi- plan that was adopted in Mississippi trial which has tires of less than two
Saints on Sunday at his home, corner m r of thi brand when a bill. almost Identical in its and a half (2'.) inches in width, or L Apal
of Barcelona and Maia streets. The
oI osefcelona as Moanuetsed bySo.hci- provisions, was adopted by the state the axle or axles of which are so bent Lv Car
al f tr rLon c nd: tC;Q Jones, while S. than anyy other three legislature. The supreme court of the as nt to present the flat surface of Lv Lan
W atCr ootonU P Pasco. Jr.. re Cented the defense. A state held that the placing of signs the tire to the ground. L Sopc
X large-number of witaesses- were ex- Sold by others in with the word whlte on one side andi Ar Talla
General Dealer in mined, many of whom were Italians. the word colored on the other side L" Jac *"
*B e- Th* e rye late hn the afternoon retuir- P- -aCola c| Wt _hat was not a compliance with the Intent Lv Jac
Sed Ju-)lateItofnola te what of the law. The court held that TERSELY TOLD a1T 1
SB M e verdict of. not guilty f screens or partitions, which may, of BUSINESS LOCALS.L Lv Tall
Stha v Cerdt & Only course, be movable, were necessary to Lv Bain
d t ES .irE NEW BAR ROOM carry out the provisions of the plain .. ..... z: z:. Ar Arlin
SI U 10c per bottle, intent of the legislature. Lv Cuth
i DAY .The operation of the law in Missis- Hendutx & Carpenter will furnish Lv Mae
.CYCLES REPAIRED. W ILL O N I AY sippi has been accepted with good estimates on building and Paintin .Ar Atlai
S' CYCLES FOR RENT. grace by the negroes. and the street and give personal attention to work. NO-
Lr- railway properties in Missisippi are 932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRu of .
'uagls Guns. Pistols lMocks and oat 12 West earnw..oia s reetm, will be ui- Tick
um 1es Cash Registers, Type. MO rs e1^w a oo still paying good dividends. .t... T
ms Gems, rmPisea otols. Los nd U- rala oc tonghbt Buy it Now. McKinsip Oerting & Co., wholesle"e n
SK and r Mrr. Dan ls ivi stes all of his .ad retail ship chandlers and grocers., T
Irv e nd s s K to mMt h. there a tlhat of Now is the time to buy Chamber- tth only rst-clss houas o the kind W.M
tite h *pued ,u lain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrholma Pen eqla. Pair places to al.
M5t complete line at keya no the peeta y equipped Remedy. It is certain to be needed --
a* with nw t~ sa r. Dannhelseer sooner or later and when -that time Why Jsg nferior paper, hen
EAhaT pr ,C to nake It comes you will need It badly-you wll I by lalo Bod, French Di .l
S.AST INTENpCIA S. tsStit Me i need it qiekly. It now. It or Cn's Bt V.
I\ MON im.. iayltM ^ gtt Mve l Uft.Fore sa by it *UMI6 TkT 01 88.1 -7, .


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Manfafaturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
ORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. Ag.::-,
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dog,, a.,
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 102* P. O. Box 123.


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DU CAN BAKE, BROIL AND STEW

all t t th6e sam time.

A Gas Range gives you a quick'fire, a moderate fire, a
slow fire. Each fame Is controlled by a "slight turn of
the wrist." It insures, too, a cool and comfortable kit-
shen.
E "ECLIPSE" RANGE FOR $13.00. CONNECTIONS, FREE. O

ENSACOLA GAS CO.N


27 East Garden Street


Phone 148.


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DE, COAL and WOOD\

GConSumnrS lo and IFuel Caepny.
e---Corner Chase and 'arracona. Phoe 259.

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Schedule Taking Effect May 6. 1905.


Southbound


No. 1


nta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m
on (C. o Ga. Ry.) 3:45am
hbert.. ...... ... 7:50a.m
inton.. ......... 9:10a.m
cbridge.. .... ....11:00a.m
ahassee.. ..........12:55p.m


ahassee (S. A. L Ry) l:53pm
'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m


ahassee........... 2:00p.m
loppy .. .. .. ..3:14p.m
irk.. .. ... .... 3:45p.m
abelte... ...... 4:00p.m
achicola.......... 7:00p.m


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Lhassee..........


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bridge..... ..
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,n. (C.of O a. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:Spm .. .
ita. (C. of .- Ry.).. 7:5357:5p.m ........
'lCE::-?tran Hm.S *wd 6 wil depart from, and arrive at. *3t
et 'lo rT'lCS- W""I i B ldWe Sumndys at 6:20 a. m. w;l S*
a t**I 41 0 C w.rish Grorery Cormpany.
1in el 4ilsp u aautes Lanark for breakfs
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Ion Central Life

lower det ate, lower expense rate, amd bhli
It rte tbha any company doiag busm in Florida
ld be easy for you to dcid, the rest.

A, L. Wlltim, Gecnal Agent.


'HE GOLD MINE CAFE,

Corner Baylen and Zarragossa, Upstairs.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.

INTAINS A FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. WE SEND ORDERS
OUTSIDE. HAVE ALL THE DELICACIES OF


THE SEASON.


Phone 536, two rings,


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