The Pensacola journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075911:00776
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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S EATHER s Fair Friday and Satur
day; light southwest winds.


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Cor Wether No Prevails in
Cities of the North
ad East


anrted in New York YesterSa
as Result of Exhaustion.





By Associated Proa.
-2"-A fall realiza-
So f the heat for the
.,. :- ;.( to-day when fully
:if'.r cooler weather
-". w-ny-one deaths were
s ,,+. fatalities occurred as
Srr, V\ious exhaustion and
..'r weather had exerted
a: .east twelve hours
S.,ns were also reported
--,me'er was seven to ten
.t ,r than yesterday and the
aas reduced, making the
:;ly cool. The humidity
ihe thermometer 84.
eMt point reached during
was 73. To-day when the
-e began to rise on an aver-
degrees an hour until 1l
coached. the winds contin-
the slky partly oerecat
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Japanese Plenipotentiary

Now in the United States

Baron Konya, the Jiapile 'eor. --~b-or. wM2-'WV1 o
with Taatra n represeating the Japanese interests at the Peaie Confe-
ace. He arrived at Beattle Wednesday night and, with his suite, will at
once proceed to Washington, traveling In the private car of President J. J.
Hill of the Great North-rn Railroad.




VEATBy Asseciated Press.
PEITHER Valdosta, G., July 20.-In the trial
IN HILADLPHA. of Milton Rawlings for the murder of
a. .... 2--The hot +the Carter children evidence was com-
ha- ;.' va;:id in thisF (.iy pi(:ed this morning but at the after-
for :I' lasi ;wo day.i is;noon session of court the case was
*,rar" and c.,iier weath- reopened at the request of the counsel
i-i 1 t.hower:-. i I prom- to introduce teamony newly discov-
o', r'a\'.7- fre.(' caster. i ered.
SWitnesses declare that they heard
QUANTITY Mrs Rawlings say that her two sons
OF MILK CONSUMED. on the night of the murder were hunt-

ing coons. Mrs. Rawllngs on the
stand declared she never made such a
statement.. Argument was then be-
gun and kept up until seven o'clock
this evening. It will be resumed in
the morning and the case will go to
the jury probably about noon.
There is much interest in the case
as on its result depends somewhat the
results in other cases for the same
crime, pending and to be tried against
other members of the Rawlings fam-

ih 2.--Milk amoun:,n,
' rn. "'a' 'I t ci," CHARGES AGAINST MRS. HOBSON
Vh.rstn'as b yhi the
'h it d"al t ,h re GENERAL GOMEZ TAKEN SICK
.t iii):a. dealers were
: .\ a', th eir paying
f,," a cnti a quart. Anoiat Pres By Asociated Pres
:af ,in hra wivanc. t Havana. July 20.--General Jose Mig- DesMqnes, July 20.-Mrs.
S a-, thr, ot week. nel Gomnez, the fusion candidate for Richmond Pearson Hooson, the wife
'h a'rage retail president. is charged wth causing va- of Captain Hobson, the hero of the
h e rious difficulties for the government Merrimac. is ill at Mercy Hospital.
ra T by the in the province of Santa Clara, of Captain Hobson is at her be'sk
Sr ,rs owingy the which he is governor. A commission Mrs. Hobson was taken suddenly ill
d w Jrsac owf moistu. sent by the interior department to in- while passing through lowa. She
and lack of moisture aspect the municipal affairs of the gradually grew worse until she reach-
ng from the treetown of Vueltas has been prevented ed DesMoines, when it became neces-
Si:nc affected. In from doing so by the Alcade and a'sary to remove her from the train
e.ls have given squad of rural guards ts been sent to and she was taken to a hospital.
'ing procured for the scene to enforce the carrying out
..d difficunlty. of the government order. NEGRO SENTENC ED
'.d in works dis- General Gomez, it is alleged, hasNEGRO S ED
-,y cities work has been to an undue extent granting his
t.-erruipted. New follower< the privilege of carrying TO THIR Y YEARS
;pro>'rations ann arms. and it is said that this matter
*-la'h- and many will h investigated.
-..rre in irse wn

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rest in an

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deserted mansions, whose caretakers,
their employers gone, sat on steps
and porticoes and area ways and dozed
during the greater part of the night.
Every public park was filled to over-
flowing. while the recreation piern
alone the East and 26rth rivers were
crowded throughout the night

"crnment Defeated in

English House of Commons

E ss'ated Pres. announcement of the vte was greeted
-T government b scene of the wildMt excitement
gofenoe I The incident is cousidered hardly of
ui of C ucient importance to jastify the
:a'ir:ty of three cabinet in readsrg hf t Premier Bal-
: i. ih. membership facr eclimed t y wIht" 0 he b
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Japanese Plenipotentia Worked
All Night on His Cores-


Who Turned Out 1000 tMng to
Greet Him at Seatm.


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battle, July 20.-- aron Romura, the
foreign minister of Japan and one of
the two peace plenipotentiaries, is
struggling with a mass of correspon-
dence, working till five o'clock this
morning with cablegrams and letters
waiting his arrival here. The work is
to be continued on the trip across the
continent, the private car of President
J. J. Hill ieing placed at his disposal
for the journey.
,Baron Komura was welcomed at
Seattle by a thousand Jaanese.
A fixed policy has been agreed upon
by members of the oelegatio6 not to
give any interviews regard4g the
peace negotiations while in America.
H. Sato, an unattached mesaber of
the foreign service who is acs~amw ny-
Ing the party has beea desl
spoesmaan to discapsai a
ters affecting the delegafta.
The baggage of the party consists
of eighty pieces, sixty of which con-
tain documents needed at the confer-
ence and presents which are to be made
in this country. Under instructions
from Washington the baggage of the
diplomatic party was passed immedli
ately without inspection.



By Asoclated Press.
Albany, July 20.-The assembly to-
day by a vote of 76 to 67 saved Jus-
tice Warren B. Hooker from removal
trom the supreme bench on charges;
connecting with an appointment at!
the Fredonia postoffce and with the
"Wirtner Judgment" affecting property
in' te city of Dunkirk. The final vole
was taken upon a formal resolution
providing for Justice Hooker's re-
moval. The action of the assembly
obviated the necessity of a vote in
the senate.

July 20

By Associated Press.
Southern League.
New Orleans 1, Atlanta 0.
Shreveport 2, Montgomery 1.
(Twelve innings.)
Uttle Rock-Birmingham, called on
account of rain in the second inning.
Nashville-Memphis, off day.
American League.
Detroit 7, Washington 6.
St. Louis-Philadelphia, postponed,
Cleveland 7, Boston 3, (First Game.)
Cleveland 4, Boston 8, (Second
Chicago 6, New York 4.
National League.
Philadelnhia 5 Pittsburg 7, (First


By Associated Prs. E
Sumter, S. C., July 23.-Jessle Nel- E
son, the negro arrested Monday for E
attempted criminal assault on a white I-
woman last Sunday. was tried to-day, Gai
found guilty and sentenced to thirty I,
years- imprisonment an the balance Ga
of the unexpired term from which he
escaped. The trial lasted all day.
Nelson was hidden in tte woods Mon- J
day by his captors, uatil the judge
promised an immediate trial ij

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nt of rain.
Irooklyn 2. Cincinnati 1.
loston 1, Chicago 3, (First Game.)
Boston 5, Chicago 4. (Second Game.)
New York 7, St. Louis 4, (First
Jew 'York 2, St. Louis 1, (Second

South Atlantic League.
acksonville 1. Columbia 0.
Savannah 4, Macon 5.
Lugusta 5, Charleston 0.

formed that the vessel w a ould have to cial joint committee of three senato.-.
-- lULL' t ~n "'"""n" ueie not to n a4%.,, 1&- unoer Ateaaite Pre7

go IUtoqu tturanti neat: -n ,t .-, ana ndfC assPemon
put into this port, but requested a tow in
boat sent out to take the schooner the hinve gatio
in tow for Mobile, his destination. A Both houses lat
tow 'boat went out and towed the ves- lution and approp
sel to Mobile, where the captain wi!l dollars for expen!
receive medical attention.
The Charleavoix is twelve days out
from Matanzas, and the master was 1a .n
taken ill shortly after leaving tha I UJ Jane


One in ten d the desirable position are ec ed witbhut the ad f want advertilsi
but ypr choices ue asgood as ayoe's for searing o of the odter ni e

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iSavannah, Ga., July 20.-The Aflr
bale of Geo:gia cotton of present sW-
er adopted the reso- son's growth was sold at Albany, Ga,
riated fifty thousanI to-day for 23 cents a pound. It wil
ses. be shipped here and sold to-morrow.

se Energetically

Advancing on Russians

By Assocated Pre. n
Russian Heidquarters at the Front L
(Iocation Not Given),'July 20.-The a
Japanese advance from Korea is tak- p
ing on a more energetic character and b
is being pushed toward MousUa, Nan-
gan and Kasagwa. The Jg's'es-o
eem 'to have received b hey sla- I
fowemnati froBm lhtie tarlt 1 OWP.
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la's main army in front of Gemesm
Jnevitch. A landing of JapalmMe
ear Vladivostok would not be su
rising and their operations appear f
M concentrating in that direction.
The Japanese advance In the isid
t Sakhtalln hasa reached VlaSarMi
bA. The Japmm ain rr bry mhiaiW
Wrty = h e
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AIL IS PRESIDENT SHOTS ACCOMA- Suspension Directly Traceableto
INiIES MR. STE EN ON FIRST Operations of C. J. Dein,

Wll f reat eSaving in Time 20c .-oh BANK IN BAD SHAPE
By Associated Prse.
on01 Sko ts to Ports on New Yolk, June 20.-John F.
01 "ship jts t P *olS *on Stevens, the newly appointed chief o
SOcean engineer of the Panama Canal, sailed Con eef Bankers Ref sed t
NO Ocean. to-day for Panama, accompanied by
Chairman Shonts of the Canal Com- Extend Assistance.
mission. Mr. Stevens will assume con.
By Asociated Press. trol of operations immediately on his
San Francisco, July 20.-The Te- arrival. HAD $20000 WORTH OF BAD P.
hauntepec railroad from Salina Cruz, Neither Mr. Stevens nor Mr. Shots
has visited the isthmus before and PER OUTSTANDIN4 WHICH IT
on the Pacific side, to Coatzacoalcos both declined to speak of cofiditio s
on the Gulf of Mexico, a distance of there until their return some time WAS UNABLE TO TAKE UP-IM-
180 miles, is about completed, and it in the future. Mr. Shonts said ar-
is expected that within twelve rangements had been made to carry MENSE WITHDRAWALS OF D.
months harbor and wharfage for the on the work without interrupIion
should Stevens resign as chief eng!- POSITS RECENTLY.
landing of steamers and the transfer never.
of freight will be finished. The Amer- Engineer Stevens favors the em-
ican-Hawaiian Steamship company, ployment of Chinese on the work, By Associated Press.
now operating a fleet of steamships and, it is said, will experiment until Kansas City,. Mo., July 20.-The City
between San Francisco, Hawaii. and e ds National Bank failed to open its doors
New York through the Straits of Ma- to-day. The bank held the paper of C.
gellan, has concluded a contract wi-.h WITTE rN ROUT ITO J. Devlin, of Topeka, for upwards of
the Tehauntepec road for the opera- $100,000 and the failure is a direct re-
tion of connecting steamship lines on FRENCH CAPITOL suit of the closing of the First Nation-
both the Pacific and Atlantic sides, al Bank of Topeka of which Dev4in
and will use the seven vessels now
operated via the Straits of Magellan By Associated Press. was the principal stockholder.
in this service, in addition to tw 'n"ew 'Berlin, July 20.-M. Witte, 'the The City National Bank was organ-
ships about to be built. senior Russian plenipotentiary, passed ized in 1900 and is one of the young-
The company expects to afford a through Berlin to-day on his way to est of the national banking institu-
service of 25 days by the new opute Paris. At various stations crowd sn the cityitals $
as against the 35 or 40 days now ak- gathered to catch a glimpse of the tion n the city. Its capital is $30,000
en to transport freight between here Russian statesman who scrupuously and it has deposits of $1,430,648. Its
and New York via Panama and ap- acknowledged salutes from high and officers are: FAward Crebo, ri-
proximately 30 days via American low alike. He refused to discuss the dent; James G. Stean, cashier; John
rail lines, political situation. Moore, vice president; Charles A.
SLoomis, second vice president.
The last statement of the City Na-
SD tional Bank, issued on May 29, 1905,
mio5 Liu 1ber Drivers shows the following:
3 .^ 4 Resources.
Itas and discants, $1,036,546.
Strike is Declared Off Qverdratns,
United states bonds and premiums,
By Associated Press. referendum vote if the recommenda- Cash and sight exchange, $685,597,
Chicago July 20.-The strike of tons of the teamsters' joint council Total, $1.98J9,720.
lumber drivers this city has been are carried out. The Department Liabilities.
lumber drivers n ti it Store Drivers' union began voting on Capital stock, 300,004).
declared off. The 600 striking em- the question of calling the strike off. Undivided profits, $3,071.
ployes of the number dealers voted on Railway express drivers and truck Circulation. $210.000.
the question of ending the strike and teamsters will vote on the question Deposits. $1,476.011.
were almost unanimously in favor of to-morrow night. It was the action of Total, $1.989.720.
returning to their old places regard- the lumber drivers taken by refpren- The bank was closed by E. E.
less of the action of fellow-strikers. ,um vote that influenced the team- Ames, bank examiner, under instruc-
Other local unions of teamsters involv- sters' joint council to adopt a motion! tion from the comptroller of currency.
ed in the long continued struggle advising the strikers in other local The comptrolkhr it is stated. informed
against the Chicago Employers' asso- unions that the time has come to vote the officers 4f the bank that it must
citation will take similar action by the strike off. take up $200.,oi) bad paper immediate-
ly or they would not. be permitted to
open to-day. The bank was visited
Last night by a committee of local
bankers who examined the books and
reported at a mewt ing early to-day that
the affairs of the institution were in
such shape that they would not feel
Justified in extending assistance. Al-
though the City National Bank was
not a member of the local clearing
h house association, that amsicioaUon,
it was stated by one of the officers to-
day, would have extended aid had they
not found so much bad paper.
Although the holding of Devlin pa-
per upon which no immediate realiza-
cause of the failure, it is state' that
the general knowledge that the bank
ArrielOffPensacolaBarandSig- New York Legislature Appoints held other bad paper and was in a
weakened condition led to a gradual
nailed for a Doctor, But Later Joint Committee and Appro- withdrawal of deposit. At no time
fw ra o Me Pd A-had a run of any big proportions been
We to obil priates for on, but it is stated, withdrawals had
ben made quietly for several months
and that within sixty days $600,000
rUpMS. had been taken out.
The three masted British schooner The majority of the bank's depod-
Charlevoix, bound from Matanzas for tors are in meolum circumstances,
Mobile. arrived oun Pensacola bar late By Asoclated Press. two-thirds of whom live outside of
Mobile, arrived off Pensacola bar late AN Y July ?0.-Governor Kansas City.
yesterday afternoon, and signalled for Albany, ., afternoonJuly .-ent to the There was no excitement at th
a physician. The pilot boat Florida Higgins this afternoon -ent to the doors of the bank when the cloinag
saw the signals flying and went out legislature a resolution for considera- notice was posted to-day, lesh than a
to ascertain the trouble. tlon for the appointment of a joint dozen depositors appearing, to with-
to ascertain the troub e, committee to investigate the business' draw their money.
the Charleavoix was on board in a of life insurance companies in the
very critical condition, suffering from state. lRST BALE Of
fever, which the first mate believed In the senate a concurrent resolu-
to be typhoid, and he wished a physi- ton was immediately Introduced, pro- GEORGIA COTTON
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aOdr, NE Orpartieweddigs JULYu u GOVERNO-lR
Oders for presw dngBaby boy quickly healed.
and all social fnc-tio- given W c Wa th a.C's't..b bis c
em gains of Wa to prt attention. as waste t rt e''" ""e R Seven Prominent Physicians
Rest iPrseh m of atBehetate. bsyCeno" t
.WhtS| ,,,Rb. *E. ,EdansbyWent n the State Compose the Board.
WenoI Wht in thi e n c ase.an the
t W e AM"ae 1 ill e Wa tiW S Wedding Cakes a Specialty to Century. e f D. ae chil oo worDr. Pierpnt a Member.
tl ____ tae tWo mouths treatment the child was
Beneath a wealth of flowers, wet It came to light yesterday that the Gmo ra M. P. SIMONvernor
Easy Easy With ue tears of a grief-stricke, revolver, which W. F. Williams used An aged man oured. new board of medical examiners
nd a legion of sorrowingwith such deadly effect Tuseday after- n Oo. r the state, seven n number. Th
Clothes. Price. friends, all that was mortal of Johnd noon, had been purchased by him on D. D.Oemay, board was created by an act of th
cTHES TO FIT CORRECT- The funeral of Pensala's late citi- Saturday, July 8, from F. e. Bruce. gesand badeomema in the worst :st legislature and abolishes the ol
OTHES T~o ~n FIT CORRECT The funeral of Peasa()ls late citi- uhWilliams had carried it with him for months. IhaveusedMelevenbottles of district boards, of which there wer
ten, whose tragic deatn was such a exactly ten days before committing D' D. O.lan.o mwmleelyecured. Myaa. L bout seven, and is looked upon as
LY THIS SEASON FIT shock to the whole community, held (0Solomon's Old Stad.) the horrible murder. e Tommt tin* Stresa. Sour*a5rspectfull. a t :ie, In the right
Yesterday afternoon from the family sals Yousrepetulh p In the right direction for the re
EASY AND LOOSE.s e on ro te a Wlliams purchased the revolver the WALTr on that if an applicant als to pass
S residence on East Greg)ry street, was i day following thetrip of Constable tisfactory exam i
Pen s. hea n dest ae of 1 where they mnade the investigation re- rableortures of these diseases imagine making application for examination;
: All business was suspended from t girding the clothing and shoes. The, .thehave meimpurityinthebiood, when, while under the old system a reject
I. : 2.. I.) t: oclk ot e ry business went to e nttury on the am taaa of fact, t e blood has no more applicant could go at oe before a
S o i the dead merchant, an the grounds wen o they reached the cit bout th fmed totheepidermisor external skin, and prmineto pyscans 0o the

i were thnged with crs owd of people tome comment was made at the tim cannot come from the blood. Barrels of Pensacola;al
which stretched back into the street regoiseenDr.nA.hshbBiagc ktMadison
and the majrity of whm culd nt regain hs being at the depot blood medicines can havenoeffecton these tr. J. D. FernaaA L. Blalock, Madison
jIA-fl-l3 --- t s witaind thearing dstadnes of tihe fl c ed by ^ aMr. Wh either of hearing taken reach dseat ofirg theetrouble. This D. R L. Harracti Orlando; De Jate wile bi
1g et wi a thin hearing distance of t d ie The morning following he was atc skin erpties, for such medicines cannot r.e Dhe imp erland JoreHiloae
funeral ceremonies. The room In csI e ed nby Mr. White of Dhaving taken reach the l eat of the trouble. This Pclas anesL a r oB Maloney a KeH
W |IU -JI 1 4 Uwhich the casket rested e was almost goods from the store, and on the sam o disease is eaed by a germ or parasite ,
C. C. GeodmanS Geet Aar ailyed with flowers who= e heavy per- uiday bought the weapon. which borrows into the external skin, there \Vest.
an O .1ifilf111 iallnlf l 4Nfths fume pnetrated the atmosphere u n Spent Bullet FeunL it lives, thrives and multiplies, andthe in- The meetings of the board will rI
a The spent bullet which -was fred l ammation they set up causes the awful semi-annually, whenall parties desire
al s ide i-nau -e' wn g ibute to the by Williams at either E. W. llott or. tchi and burning sensation. The D. ing to practice in the state will b
Paorrot and thc s.dnes. of the W Nix, was found yesterday. It had D.D.R. dyisaliquidpreparationap- compelled to go before this board an(
Thcremon were coduted lodged in a quantity of ing to the pliedexternally,non-greasy,thatpenetrates examined. It is probable that th
t he Masonic fraternity, of ch or- Whih He ts left of where lliott wa ttng : the pores of the skin destroys the germs or.st meeting of the new board will b
ahder sthe deceast ed w as a member, a passed through eight or pairs o parasitesande learsthedieaseentirelyout a eld in Jacksonville at an early date
Sbe Masons attended the funeral in a ther P ticlars, and finally flattened itself In the healthy covering for the body. et the members together soon foi
CeJaeiitbody. The interment was made in St.
fMichael's cemetery an1 the greater waistband of one pair. D.D.D.estsbute t.peOlrhttledlgeuars rganlzation.
part of the ceremonies were conduct- see i Bt we m.y k tr iseas. e or mney re m
NO. the N. PALAFOX TRET. h grave in accorsdance wita Sherff Van Pelt last night received TWI PROSPECTORS omt salesar b e dlItgo.b
:he simple but impressive funer.tl a letter from Judge Francis B Carter OR ne."Write the Medical Department, D. "gmin' s by origin akin to

ul the Masonic order, Past Mas- in reply to the letter and telegram he dq ultD. Company, Chicag, for free co- from beneath the brows not with
S Wm VITE,er When the cAnderemonies had been c forwarded him Wednesday requesting U llI S tat and adI ice full open eyes, and so the gloaming is
wthueaMsar, fM- -insrity o eluded the grave was covered with a special term of the circuit court, in sa y"00ta bo that time of day wben these un, sinking
ind GOa Ot flb oral tributes from scores of sorrow order that Wm. F. Williams might be By Associated Presa. 1 TU n U ri Ili below the horizons shanes obecurely un-
t Palafo SUm. ing friends, who lingered, loath almost given a speedy trial on the charge of Goldfield, Nev., July 20.-John Mul- er the advancing ade of night, as
to lae the last resting place of him i Titsa lle of eyes may gleam dimly from lowering
ife Judge Carter in his letter stated 20 on a prospecting trip into D eath s ninas o Byron, the poet, wrote, "As gloam.
ERS LY TOLD ohn White was in every sense a that he desired further information Valley. To-day Mullin was brought to lg, the Scottibsh word for twilight, has
man and nothing could have born regarding the case before taking any Rhyolite half crazed from the terra- Ibeen recommended by many literary
better evidence to that fact than the steps. He wished to know the senti- ble suffering he had undergone. He imen and particularly by Dr. Moore n
tribute of respet and esteem whi meant of the people, and the conditions told how Titus and Weller wandered his letters to Bus, I have ventured to
S C F. Schad returned yes- ft iend and neighbor paid him at his now existing in Pensacola, especially over the desert and in fifteen days use it oh account of It have ventured to
rning trom New Orleans and burial yesterday. in regard to the man charged with the failed to return. It is believed that i RNT It oh account of Its harmony."
,r. *rn he had been for several murder. they perished. Two horses 'and nino- The evening star is called the "gloam-
business vi.:L. HIIND op BOYCOTT Early In the afternoon the sheriff teen burrows belonging to the party ng" star In Scotland, and Lowell's
aitlhleL o DU I tU I i received a telegram from Judge Carter also met their death from thirst. The snow had begun In the rloam-
*v-en defendants were before stating that he had forwarded a letter, s lag" and Hogg's "'Twixt the gloaming
Lfney i thi- municipal our: TO BEGIN TO-DAY and this was received last night. AAN ELECTEIOR T nd the mirk, when the ky come
morntnf lor trial. Of this U DL UIU *V UF4 Sheriff Van Pelt will to-day address AMERICIANS Lt L IlFUR T D hame," are familiar Instances of it
were found guilty as cha.,g- a letter to the judge, who is at Mari- AuflICUI TAIIM AC H LUIL Io
ipobed amounting to A-ciatei Pr e anna and furnish the information nCHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS MATCH I
,By A ISCInted PrasnP which he desires. Rlee ass Sopovifle,
S h r p i di d nirc all te eting t ha dono., Ju l>.-l+,4 Ward Repiml COSciuesh it tHeyis would not need drugs to make
ai *i. v, Ii, racod- occur.d of a1l the principal guilds and dele' the judge call a special grand jury a nod U.-SW W HIS ^la wrne hav been select-
S -. ,l of hi gates from many provinces, attend i the letter indite Williams that a and Wililam Larned havebeen select- tem lep," saido a New Yo
e a ese mass meetingyesterda special term of court be held for hi ed for the singles and Ward and Beals Cnditin is Still Cnsid- lek sing for a moment n pot
..... . t ni g which arr anged to begin the boycott e trial These petitions were J h e d i. Wright for the doubles in the chal- ting up a sleeping potion for a wo-
S. d con- iof Ameran goods t morrow. It hundreds am ons whom are signmaned y lene round for the international ten- ere Critical, men. "There Is much said about rice
T ..' --ed con- Amernan i goods to-morrow, I hundreds, among whom are manynrhy play dfor w hi wlegin
: ,, ..... ,,d o v.s definitely announced that the prominent citizens and will be mailed Wsetn o -ro.a s r i u t
-" L, r, .. :,," i ...: niht. action taken was not against the at-ninht to the jdge by thtwhorow. leans know that it has soporiflc pow-
t i ed St,. Ameurin. can government whose constant have been the movers in the affair. ATTEMPT ON LIFE OF Edward Dansby, who has been lying, ers. If properly cooked it has. Rice
S 1 oce on it was pointed out that unless the Chi- RUSIAN PROCURATOR at St. Anthony's hospital in an uncon- should be washed many times until the
"C tF. Sch .'r etirn-een it was pointed out that unless thie Clin tini SIAN PROCUR ATOR. scl v hs condition, showed some in-e water no longTa appears mUky. It
".' r a i,.,,:; ,.i years, is es t h oud produce toe ino effect RItE TO WR CK By Associated Presss provement during yesterday. He re-i should then be soaked a few hours,
S .. : a. mr mmodi the California labor unions. St Petersburg July 20.-Reports o gained consciousness during the fore- salted and boiled rapidly about thirty
S I es. R oor. The There is still much doubt as o TRAIN ON A BET an attempt to shoot Constantine Ret- noon, ana' seemed to gain some minutes. When cooked in this way It
o ve- ". 'h r le on whether the boycott will really be rovitch Probiedonostseff chief rocu- strength, but whether he will be able can be eaten each day with relish, and
' n i hea.t corner. maintained. rator of the holy sbiedonosdsf, the Tsarsocu- to continue this improvement is a the person who eats it sleeps well and
S .. l have. a priva. B Ao ed Pkoe-Selo station in St. Petersburg. as question which at present cannot be dreams not at all."
S w hay ociate Pre recounted by the Associate answered. His condition is very crit-
-' h -o a-ao,. his hnusinss. COUNTIT R Akron. O.. July 20.- hat is believ- r night, h vehee As tedPress ical notwithstanding the slight imto P f
or-,..t ,o b.th-, lc L ^i, a. .t c_ija s ni

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S"r. H)eP: Ar iv'ls: J. M.
S ri: A. L. .:hs. Chiple-;.
* .in. N, w Orl'ans; J. M. L.
'J. C BPi;ius. Pi'-ihurg-
S..;or. Pi'sshurg., .1. E Tayluor
_Mr a( Mr-.. .1. M. Mc-
riak Sir:i. ,-: H. S. SUt-
'-irk. (- C. i. larkniar city:
Sh;nar. Na vh .: < .1 M !I-
S. P. Coa a-
Goodhkie. O1; e. Fia.; W

Itre7(-: Dr-. RBckner ot
-.;e.i our :(own las: we k
S n ;, arranging of.fi'e
''r -''aKi" i ] one day iIn
I.... f is ge,:ing es.taj-
.a. }i wa.. in Eu-
S'" on var:oui. ho.pi:a'
ivha -'eca-es 1t the
Af;.r doing gVnera
. ntar.v six year, he
OI ( It"-\ an i abroail
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a was in owkn
ast wesk.

--d a; the improv,'-
of our d(esser:
0' hn l.omon or V i
rTe "Blue Ribbo .i
Sfromn all othi .-.
r Bu]U- Ritlboti
*a. Takes les-

w:i again opeu
a. morning at 6
t.' o welcome
,' hDR s'ore.
; ^. .. .AIRIEVIC.

L,+'-son Friday.
'z"ular Friday
"; Tug Monarch
,' ric.al aa well as


4 soc'cated Prea.
,- -Dan Techey
'",., of the mur-
was hanged at;
< prtested his,
professed reli-
*..A "It. Presbyteriau,

U e w a ue unerate attempt to wreck
a northbound passenger train on the
CAUGHTI AT LAST Cleveland, Akron and Columbus rail-
way, was discovered just in time to
prevent a serious accident at Barber-
By Associated PreMe. ton late last night. James McGraw,
Los Algeles. Cal., July 20.-After of Cleveland was caught after having
successfully eluding United States se-, thrown a switch. He claimeQ that he
cret serivee men for over twelve had a bet that he could throw the
years. J. B. Gregory. alias Harry switch. He was charged with tamper-
Leonard, expert counterfeiter and es- ing with railroad property. The shift
caped convict has been captureSa here: ing of the switch was discovered by
and turned over to the United Statcs the police who happened to see the
authorities to serve out an unexpired, signal light change when the switch
term of seven years in the federal was thrown.
prison at Detroit. Mich. For eight
inionths past he has been living with 'BANK PRESIDE:NT
his wife in this city. | DI4IIK RKL IUET
He had been bold in his operations
and had put out a flood of spurious
$1 coins. He deposited cash bail in R
g otur and then jumped his bail. At
that time he was living under the By Associated Presa.
xname of Harry Leonard. October 15. Los Angeles, Cal., July 20.-Sheriff
1 92. Deputy Unite', States Marshal1 White of this county, has arrested T.
d) arrest arrested Gregory in Seattle D. Terry, foily-nine years old, for-
and he was tried and convicted of mnerly president of the Howard county
counterfeiting and sentenced to a! bank at Nashville. Ark.. on a charge
t(rm of seven years in the penlten- of receiving money in an insolvent
Tiary on December 31 of the same bank. A reward of $500 was offered
ear. and he was sent to McNeill's .for Terry's caprure by the state of
ldsand. Arkansas. He has been a fugkle
from Justice since 1903 and has been
AMERICAN YACHT WON RFIRST living here alth his family for some
By Associated Press.
Montreal. July 20.-The race to-da.y COTTON REPORTS
for th( international challenge cup I
for small yachts was won by the!
American yacht Manchester, which
finished three minutes ahead of Aleg- By Associated Prem
andria. the defender. 1 Washington. July 20-Secreta-y

bAre y SIt to

*A Good Set of Brains?



gap d=bvarWS.

Wilson has intimated to President:
SMiller, of the American Cotton Manu-.
facturers' Association that next Moa-,
day will be a convenient time to re-!
ceive a delegation from the assocla-I
tion to discuss the necessity of a new
cotton acreage report. Secretary WIl-1
son expects to leave August 1 fol- a;
lour of the forest reserves and wishes'
cotton report matters settled before
that time.
BrooMyn Artist Henored.
Venice, tuly 20.-William Henry
,Goodyear, art educator and curator
of fine art% at the museum of the
Brooklyn lstitute, has teen elected a
member of the committee of the In-
ternational Artists' congress, whfh
will be bhe soo00

In spite of his greatly advanced age
and illness. M. Pobiedonostseff's
nerves were unshaken by the attempt
on his life. He drove to the holy
synod and' presided at a meeting, tell-
ing none of his colleagues of the oc-
currence until the session closed. The
procurator then drove back to the sta-
tion alone, and unguarded returned to

By Associated Press.
St. Petersburg. July 20--the report
that Lieut. General Stoessel, who com-
manded at Port Arthur, had been ap-
pointed commander of the Sevenith
Army corps, is officially denied.



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provement in yesterday, UIIL L is
barely possible that be will survive 1e American, ah, be las a ver funny
the wound. man. He know nothing but se dollar.
When he became conscious yester-! He have no love of beauty or art. He,
day morning it was the first time since, do not comprend."
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, only| "What's on your mind, Gaston?"
about an hour after he was shot. The "Today I see a beautiful lady, elevair,
paralysis, which had affected one side distingue, magnifeecent. She i with
o' his body, also seemed to be passing a man, an American. I go to hIm. I
away to some extent. say, 'Pardon, monsieur, what iss ze
The bullet, which entered the right lady's name? The gentlema~ he say,
sin'e of his neck. has not yet been lo- 'That's my business.' Bahl Beesness.
cated, although it is known that it. beesnes, all de time. He was a rude
took an upward course. The young tr\"--Cincinnaticommerclal Tribuna
man may expire at any time during nnat Commeral Trbune
the next forty-eight hours, but the The Value of a Dollar.
physicians in attendance are doing There are three ways to learn the
everything within their power to value of a dollar. The first is to spend
bring about his recovery.
as. White who i hot throu! t and see what you get for it. The
both lungs, (lid not rest very well second Is to earn it and see what you
during yesterday afternoon. At least give for It. The third Is to save it and
he was restless for a short time. but yearn for all the things It might buy
this is attributed to being compelled if you were weak enough to spend It.-
to lie in one position upon his back Troy (Kan.) Chief.
for such a length of time. He was,
restless for a few hours, but soon be- A Loouy Queetion.
came quiet dnd began to sleep. Hi's "Pa," began Bobby, "may I ask one
wound is a very serious one, but the} more question?"
physiicans have hopes of his recovery "Umi" replied pa, without looking up
if complications do not arise. from his book.
"Well," said Bobby. "If they had
Poor I.ntruetlou. clocks In the moon would they be In-
"Did Jones make much money giving u natles?"-Life.
memory lessons?" asked Mr. Dobbs. 1
and his friend explained, says London We are never so ridiculous because
Modern Soilety, the reason why Jones' of the qualities we have as because of
business was not a success, those we affect to have.--Rochefou-
"No," was-the reply. "Most of his eauld.
students forgot to pay him."
"What Is the difference between his- -- -

tory and fiction?"
- "Well." anwered the unbellevin',

Or Your Hair Will Fall Out Till You
Become Bald.

person, "one great difference is tha? Modern science has discovered that
fiction frankly owns up to beiing large- dandruff is caused by a germ that digs
ly untrue.*-Washington Star up the scalp in scales, as it burrows
l town to the roots of the hair, where it
destroys the hair's vitality, causing
oEIs.rml .gs. falling hair, and ultimately, baldne.s.
Oface Boy-W'y, cert, I want more After Prof. Unna, of Hamburg, Ge--
pay. I'm only getting "four" a week many discovered the dandruff germ,
and give my mother all I earn. Pro- all efforts to find a remedy failed until
prietor-What do yon do with the other the great laboratory discovery was
three and a baltf-Purc, made, which resulted in Newbro's He7-
picide. It alone of all other hair
preparations kills the dandruff germ.
Pasult Theory. Without dandruff, hair grows luxu-
Gus de Smythe-Those new boots of riantly. "Destroy the cause, you re-
yours squeak awfully. Perhaps they're move the effect." Sold by leading drug-
not paid for yet. Johnny-That's all gists. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte,
nonsense. If there i anything In tat, druggist and apothecary, 121 8. Pala.
why don't my eas and rest and ayfo. Send 1l cents in stamps for sam.
boomhy don myW ua veto o? ple to The ierpicide Compay, Do-
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How easy it was for Mr. Dimmtek to
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.,
and how little it cost her-a two-cent
stamp. Yet how valuable wasthe reply I
As Mrs. Dimmiek says-itsaved her life.
Mrs. Pinkham has on fil1e thousands
of just snch letters as the above, and
offers ailing women helpful advice.



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Mimmer vacatkle have The PiR sace
Journal follow ye. Notify clrcela
tion manager, Phone

From a recent issue of the Southern
Farm Magazine the Memphis Commer-
clal-Appeal has boiled down the ol-
lowing statistics relative to Southern
progress during the past forty-four
years which will pro e of Interest:
The entire poputlato of the United
tites in 1M was 31.441. while the
population of the south in 1S04 was
25300,000,0 aoa this does not count
either Missouro or Delaware
In 1860 the beak deposits of the
United States were $25U8,00,0, while
in 1904 the bank deposits of the South
were $74 ,000,000 or three times as
In 1860 the railroad mileage of the
t'nited States was only 30,592, while
in 1904, the mileage in the South was
In 1860 the pig Iron In tons of he
whole United States was 884.474, while
in 1904 the pig iron of the South was
In 1860 the United States mined 15,-
173,000 tons of coal. In 1904 the
South mined 67,700,000 tons.
In 1860. 4,158,500 bales of cotton
were produced in the country, while
in 1904 no less than 12.87!,000 bales
were produced in the South.
In 1860, 830,460.000 bushels of corn
were produced in the United States,
while in 1904, more than 661,000.000
buhels were produced in the South
In 1860. the L'nited States had
6.025,798 cotton spindles, in 1904 the
South had 8.615,000 spindles.
In 1860, the value of all the exports
from the United States was 8333,576,-
000, while in 1904. the exports from
the South were $559.242.000.
In 1860. the property value of the
United States was estimated at $16,-
159,000.000, while in 1904 the property
value of the Sluth was estimated at
These figures show that to-day the
South has almost as large a population
ab the entire country "ad before the
war began, and that ..as more rail-
roads more exports, more cotton spin-
dles. and in a general way it is richer
in natural resources, bank deposits.
pig iron and coal than was the entire
republic in 1860.
No one who looks at these figures
can have any doubt as to the future of
the South. At no distant day it is
bound to be the predominant figure In
the country's commerce.

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AY MORNING, JULY 21, 1905.

sent the very highest type of citizenry
and in the present board Governor
Broward has shown that he was fully
cognisant of the respons!bllities, and
well has he discharged his duty.
Philadelphia is the hottest place on
the map. This applies both to tem-
perature and to politics.
It all the mt4ths in Georgia stand
by him Hoke has a cinch on the gov-

4 4

Vagrants Aarce in Gainesville.
The new vagrancy law passed by
the legislature at its iast session Is
causig much comment about the
state. It has a long ist of those term-
ed as varanta, but there are mighty

few, if say, to be found in this local-
ity. There seems to be a desire on
the part of all, white and black, to
"get busy," and there is plenty to do
In Gainesville.-Gainesvlle Sun.
Alachua Wate, ,,clons.
The farmers in Alachna county grow
watermelons that weigh as much as
ninety pounds. That is the way to d-
thngs.-St. Augustine Record.
0 S
What Could Florida Say?
We do not know that the car was
referring to the Florida Legislature a,
an argument against representative
institutions; but It he did what could
Florida say for herself or her law-
makers?-'Tallasassee Capital.
a ae
Hoe. Wilkinson Call.
It makes us excessively weary to
see oome of our own state papers en-
gaged in idiotic twaddle of the idiosyn-
cracles of poor old Senator CalL
Hen. Wilkinson Call, for nearly halt
a century, was the idol of a large
number of the people of Florida; and
for a younger generation, whose fa-'
tbers and mothers may have been
beneficiaries of the faithful service of
this man, to now be engaged in strew-
ing thorns instead of roses along the
pathway of his setting sun, is worse
than sacreliglous.
Ex-Senator Wilkinson Call cannot
now be far from the "four-score"
mark. How many of us who now up-
braid anT dishonor him in the totter-
ing infrmaties of old aT, can hope to
have our mental faculties as well pre-
served when we reach this ripe old
age that courageous men are bound to
The democracy of Florida once need-
ed him in the councils, and-"tribute
to whom tribute is due"--she never

w k hs called upon him in vain.
New York has found an excuse fo- It is time now to show to the living
a world's fair. The three hundredth some of the flowers we are reserving
anniversary of the discovery of the. for the dead.-Jacksonville Florldian.
Hudson River by Hendrick Hudson CIl. Robet W.
i Col. Robert W. Davfis.
will be celebrated by the greatest ex- Col. Robert W. Davia, who has de-
position in the history of the world. cided to make Tampa his future home,
D ELCTI OR shed the light of his sanny counte-
SPLENtD SELECTIONS FOR i nance upon the Herald editorial sane-
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. Itum to-day. Col. tDavis as an attorney
pape tu of brilliance and skill is too well
eral supper throuommend gh the state erd's known to almost all 'Floridians to
eralycommend Governor ro need commendatIons at the hands of
appointments to the State Board of the Herald. In his formation of a
Health and the following, from the law partnership with H!iton 8. Hamp-
Tampa Herald is a fair sample of the ton he has made a fortunate step, for
a H l I a fi no young man stands higher than Hil-
numerous articles that have appeared ton Hampon and the success of the
in this connection: new firm is fully assured by the union
Governor Broward has exercised his of the brilliant talents of two such
usual wisdom in the selection of the gentlemen. The Herald sincerely wei"
gentlemen who are to constitute the comes Colonel Davis to Tampa, to-
state board of health fo' the next four. gether with his estimable family.-
yrs. Tampa Herald.
The appointmentt of Hon. Edward
M. Hendry. of Tampa, and Dr. Horace Where Credit is Due.
U. 8impona, of Pessacola, places The Globe does not appropriate to
again ce gentlemen who possess itself e particle of credit for the
the entire confidence of the people location of the tate University at
t Forida, for they have served one Gainesville. It does not believe that
trm with becoming Itnesms. Captain h murmurings had the least influence
carry Fozard, of Jacksonville, Is the wtt the board of control. It was In
ew appointee to All the place held by sympathy with Galnesville, and that is
CpAl Broward before his election the whole story. It's influence, per-
ae governor. Captain aos td is a haps. wa as much felt as that of any
tleman who is well known and other r paper printed in the state, but
ae reputation as a citize of high It to the citizens of Gaineaville
standing is a guarantee thatheill the credit belongs-Tampa Globe.
Il his new position with Bdelity 1 S
the people's interests. *
I is regarded as entirely probable A Striklng Contrast.
that Hon. E. M. Hendry will be chosen The delightful clmate of Florida
as president of the board for the see- stands out these days in striking eon-
end term, he having already filled the trast with the torrid northern temper-
o itie with that dignity, firmness atre. Yesterday's record of heat
and fairness for which he is so well prostratioas in New York and other
kaown and so highly esteemed. cities beyond the Mason and Dixon
The State Board of Health is one of line was bat a repetition of that of
the most vitally Important of all the many other days preceding and the
tate's tItituttans ad It is at all same old story is told over and over
times deservmag of the stroagest and again year by year.
fbet loyal support from the whole Of course, such drtaltles excite the
people. sympathy of people everywhere. As
In order to secure and hold this sup- a matter of fact there is no reme-
pot and respect it Is always encum- dy himediately available for the
beat upon the chief executive to lay amelloratio of eoedtlons in the con-
aside my ter NaaMsId s i a ad l tested. teasmet districts in the gia
11 aly the gmtUear who repre. dcties, bt public sympathy has rel


ed In some tIprovewnta benag madNo N.
and voters we hI .comt em upt"
The p1 t Ia sthlaklor Istshould ,, THE I4$1RTANCE H. 1L. COVINGTON, President M. K. CLARK CO W.
be grateful that their lotAs cast in OF IRRIGATION. C. W. LAMAR, Vke-Preldent, JNO. PPxEltV E, Ass. C *el.
such a favored place. Hlere stroke *-
,.oare wdtsrg endur eat, THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
is unknown and whble New Yorkers i Tampa Times.
are swelterly ai unendurable beat, it, n w,
the people of tilk state, i0 matter In "1C##ifMMf##^ I#-# ;." OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
what portion, ire give. by a, kind ---
Provideece a alubrous climate, cool- The official call has been issued for DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
ing breezes and glorious sauahlne. the thirteenth national Irrigation cdn-i 0
Florida's summers give no cause gress to meet at Portland Ore., Aug- Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, 40,000
for coampkaat Floridians have mucA ust 21st, to remain in session fo'ir .,I ,E WCOOL -
to be thankful for.-St. Augustinei days. The meeting is coincident witii Henry L. Covington S. J. Foshee.
Record. the best days of the Lewis ,ad Clark J oPfeioer A. Avery,
j centennial exposition, nnd the usual! JM. Pfelffer W Milton, Jr,
(*lki # #utL***.g. low railroad rates are to be obtainc.1. Bryan Dunwody, 4 O. Maura,
"%[ The mayor of this city may appointI Frank Reilly, W. Cawthon,
SADVEeRTSINQ ten delegates and each commercial W.S. Rosasco, > C. A. O'Neal,
SCONS TENCY. I body two, and upon presenting their T. F. McGourin,- Dr. W. J. Hannah,
0 -- credentials these gentlemen will be F. E. Brawner, MeKenzie Oetitn&
St. Augustine Record. d entitled to all the privileges and coIr- C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
4 tesies extended to delegates. Tie R. Sanders, C. M. Covington.
Sib 9 10 _VX _9_9 _V *00S matter of Irrigation ha.3 become of na-1 J. R. SwnderS,
-tl onal importance, t h governme Acc6unts of Banks, individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solictd.
having embarked upon it on an exten-i Four per cent interest paid on Time Deposits.
Perhaps the man who is being urg- sive scale with the ultimate intention ___
ed to advertise may be brought to con- that all available water shall be con.
sider the matter more seriously by veyed to lands which need its appli- --- -
reason of the repeated injunction, cation.
"Advertise your business." But, while While Florida has no arid lands in WM H. KNOWLES, Prest.ent. W. K. HYER. JR., V.-Pres. and Ca
his spirit may be willing his financial the strict sense of the word, and no THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, Ast. Cashier.
faith may be weak. It is probable rivers and accompanying situations
that every merchant and every manu- which make available any large
facturer has more or less distinct vis- schemes for irrigation, it does have
ions of himself in the role of a Wana- a dry reason at a critical period ,of IS
maker or a Douglas and wishes that crop-making, as well a& means which F
somehow he might be able to make may b9 employed to mitigate occas-
his name known throughout his terri- !onal and temporary drouths. Irri-
tory as those names are known all nation from artesian waters is employ-IOA L B
over America. And a lot of them are ed in some localities with great sut-
otng it, too. cess. and it might be a'iuost generallyi
Without a pretty good knowledge adopted with profit It is to be hop et
of the conditions existing in a given that a sufficient number of Florldians of P nslea, Fla.
case, no one should assume to say vill attend the convention at Port-
what kind of advertising should be land to get all the newest ideas and
done for the business under consider- formation and to be followed DIRECTORS F. C Brent, W. A. Bount W H Knowles
ation; but that any business worthy by printed copies of the instructiveIET R F.C rn V A.Bo t, nuL Kowl
the name can be successfully adver- proceedings.
tied by one means or another cannot TheTimes has constantly and con- W. K. Hyer, J. D. C.
eb denied. countless examples of sistently insisted that the adoption of'
gret profits from advertising are too irrigation, as far as it s practical, FOREI O ETIC EIE 0 T
well authenticated-too familiar-to would provide a most advantageous FOR IN ADEX ANET
be Ignored. The man who wants to policy for the farmers and gardeners
advertise must be able to weigh every of Florida. It would be especially val- We de&w our own Bills of Ex. Vesse disbursed upon the Most
circumstance and conrltion which able it applied to orange growers dur- cnanOe on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their ob, l
can affect his problem. Give the fac- Ing the trying dry spell of spring .n Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
can of the goohis orblem. ve the services on which so many trees shed a large Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, gaons taken Payable at Port of
e aa anek,[Dtination Ten Days After Ve
tors of the goods or the services on share of their fruit. And not less Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After V9.
the one hand, ad the buyers of the paying would it be if applied to gar:- other European countries mel Arrives their
same on the other, what means ca dens. It can be done at comparativ -
be employed to bring them together? ly small expense, where artesian wat-r
many lines he ways are ident is not avalabl by a small and cheap SafetrDeposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
many lines the ways are identical, pumping apparatus. C tlT O tet W.
Some cases will require special plans. have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
What is needed is careful, systematic Swee or Acetent Lx t.ner
study of the question from all points From what has come down to us,
before a decision is made. By this written, pa or iseed, the Egyp.
means success is more than probable; tsn loae b g t vlngs Dep tmentllntertt Paid on De
it Is almost certain. tln lord mxst have been a great swell.
The details of the twelfth dynasty pos at Rate o 4 per o nt per Annum.
show Egyptian elegance at its best.
PITH AND POINT. Te lord has a male housekeeper, his ,_
mlatre d'bhte, called "siwerlnteudent of
Being worthless paysB n dIvldeBdL the provaliou bouie." There was a HILTON GR N.J*1sswDztr. T. WeWLLES Vlic-aplADa r.
Being worthlmss pays no dividends. t iwovision BVIIONGEL. a MANssslsar.PLLD MoKEKo, Anal. *.sanas
ping a diary i narly a hard superintendentt of the baking house, M MO O,s
Keeping a diary Isnearly as hard and the mixer of drinks had the titlW Citizens National Ban
of "scribe of the sideboard." Perhaps C
Being favorably impressed is the be was a butler and regulated the sup- ofWPenaco s Florida.
cheapest way we know at being a good ply of wines from the cellar. There Oeo. W right, Morrls Bear, T. Welea
fellow. Morris Bear, T. IL cellev
el were gardeners, porters and handicraft A! x M. Robinon. L. Hlltoan reen.
Nothing makes s quite so mad as men, all busy in attending to the mas- A UGENERAL BANKING B USINE88 TRANSACTE D
to have Weop say, "What mode yon t, .. .. ,A ., i

do itr
It is terribly hard to Impress peo-
ple with the Importance of aiding In a
good cause.
Every one reailaea when be goes to
a photographer's that he is not look-
tng his prettiest.
It is all right to do things for your
towp, but first do things for your
home and family.
We are all pretty easily pleased(
when we consider tiat three or four

wer. pro w Maur Iw
have Iben a confectioner. The Egyp-
tian when he was no longer mortal
had hopes of being well fed in the
hereafter, as he believed be would be
nourlsbed lu his particular heaven
with abundaitt goose and beef. Offer
Wings to gods show the variety of the
Egyptian menu, and nt one are Includ-
ed ten kinds of cooked meat, five kinds
of birds or game, sixteen varieties of
bread and cake, sex assorted wines,
four brews of beers, eleven sorts of

times a day we see exactly ow we fruits and an endless number or sweet
look in the looking glase.-Atchison things.
Flowers In Northewr Rlesa.
CHMl"ood we.. An English traveler in northern Rus-
Old Lady-Wbat, you are sorry you sla writes to the Gardener's Chronicle
are getting so big? Why so? Child- that nothing surprised him more than
C3os ma says Pm getting' old enough to the universal presence of well grown
know better.-Brooklyn Life. lowering plants ln dwelling rooms.
Even in the cells of monasteries and in
The (brce of Experteaee. the studios of city photographers far-
He-How well Miss Elderberry car- their north than Archangel be found
rides her ael She-But, then. she has guch plants as oleanders, crotons pe-
become so accutaoedto it, you know. largoniums and fuchsias In almost
every room. The double windows, so
necessary to keep out the cold, have a
Slae an extinguisher upon yoWur bt draft tight space between them filled
I vuU are unhabappil rb with flowering plants, and it does not
wes af It.--Lmb. seem necessary to open them for air
during the short hot summer. From
September to June the country Is
ThI Jow al PH t d U'Dm, buried in snow and shut in by ice. The
average temperature for January is
l dUer, 199f, a only 10 degrees. The July tempera-
d l ogf ture however, has an average of 60
degrees P., which Is hardly to be won-
10dered at when It is remembered that
the sun shines twenty-two hours out
of the twenty-four.
CO ES Lost the Prlse.
COPIE James Crossley, a noted English bib-
liomaniac, hied him one memorable day
Wor w. wpo e to a bookstall in Shudehill market and, !

Glanced carelessly through It. After
awhile he asked its price from an old
DAIL.y woman and was told it was two and
sixpence. "I'll give you sixpence for
The following figures show The Pen- it," said Croesley. "Nay," replied the
sacola Journal's circulation for each poor old dame; "It cost me 2 shillings."
day during the month o June, 1905, Whereupon our book devourer threw It
with the average number of copies down in disgust and retired. A gentle-
da: man, overhearing the altercation,
daily: June 16 4,450 stepped forward and purchased It at
Juno 2 4,450 June 17 4,450
June" 1 4,600 1.! I! 1'S the sum demanded. CrowleY returned
June 2 4,450 June 17 4,700 soon after and, noticing the book had
June 4 4,70 June 19 .... gone, anxiously inquired what had be-
June 5 .... June 20 4,430 come of it. "Sold," answered the wo-
June 4,500 June 21 4,460, man, "for what you refused to give."
June 7 5,000 June 22 4,450 "Tell me who bought It, and I'll give
June 8 4,450 June 23 4,460 him 10 shillings for It' said Crosley
June 9 4,450 June 24 4,700 eagerly. The moral is self evdent.
June 10 4,450 June 25 4,800
June 11 4,700 June 20 ... Perey safe.
June 12 June 27 4,450 perte"l sa -.
June 13 4,450 Jmne 28 4,450' "Bridget, I have to go out this even-
June 14 4,450 June 29 4,450 aIng, and I want you to see that your
June 15 4,450 June 30 4,450 mistress gets this note without fail as
S f..... soon as she comes In."
Total for the month.......117,100 11 just leave the
I"Y12, re. I'll just leave It In the
Average per day. ........ ,5 pocket of the trousers ye've taken off.
I hereby certify that the above state- She be sure to go through them."-
..m t is correct according to the rec London Tatler.

words on file In this oe e.
Circulation Mgr.
Sworn to and subseribod before mej
this 3th day of June, 1905.
J. P. 8TKBS,.
rotary Public.

P rf.eetly Watrl.
Old Gentleman-How old are you, 1
Lear? Little Glrl-I was eight yeam
old yesterday. Old Gentleman-ID'
deed! You don't look to be that old
Utter Girl--Ah, how you naughty ma
to attw us eer, wak wOel


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J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MfNEFEE. Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
Directors-L, J. R*.eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.

3I. 1e AdIw CUIMEX M7
Wholesale and Retail Dealer is
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite A I
and Blacksmith A L
Office-No. 13 South Palafbx street. Telephone, S3.
Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzalez street. Phone, 6.

John Massey.

Jackson Brandon.

T. D. Adams

Pensacola Electrical Company
/ Cor. Intendencla and A
Baylen Sts. Bell Phoa
No job to big or small fOr na We do work In ay Part of the
city and also outside the city.

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Office at No. 71 S. Palafox, Blou.J
OffIce our-8.30 to 11 a. L., ai
2 to 5 p. I.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phoia
65-two rings. Omce Phone S.
Suiday--Suhict t: call

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There will be a meeting of t.
body on the first and thlrd 4V-e.,
days of each month at 1:30 p. k.
delegates are ,equested to ;.:*
ent. W. ROBERTS.
W. LI DBLAY, Pre-.a'st
1 Pensacolt LC ge No. 3. K. of r,
meets every Monday evening at I 3
'clock at taeir Castle Ha.l, 3loW
Watson bulld-, corner Pa::'~ Oarden strea Viitig bre:hrea tn
dialy welco I.
H. HORSLt. K. of IR. &
tatbbone Loldge .
6 K. of P., meetsu e0
STursday evening a t I
Jlock wa thel CaWI
Jkl%. third Coor. Biou(t
Season buildin-. sog'r
cornerr Pa'afc,' a.n
Garden streets Viting kr.bU *I'
cordial we cok ed
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Knights If Clumbus
Meetings of tk
S Kaihts uo Co;:~,>b
are held at :'e;ir ha:
No. 8 West lacende
tca street, on esr
Monday evening
7:30 o'clock. Arc
S svitation is ezxtead
to visiting Knights.
3DM. VOX. Grand Kafl .
Poo Led Ne.4 4,1 0. 0. P.
Pasmoola Lodge No 4, 1. O. Y,
sts every Thursday coen'n; :t 7 I
at the aew bha on Weit Gu,&i
street. V tlngs brethren c'ar.J i?
Iaito. N. A. NITLSON. N. 0
3. R. wszr OVwsj, secretary.
Naso l LIoAd No 10. Rebeksb 910
ton e ts every Monday n4b.t as
So'dc tb L 0 . n.H r
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U- l Oak Camp Nox 1. W. O W
Smeets 1a Pythuan Hai list and 34
SWueesdays Is each moathL. VaMa
SsIOveigs e'rdially invited.
I L LIEB X BROOk,. C:erk
xegemlor Ewncampment,. 0.
Racelstor Zacampmen: NT 4 =W.-1
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dck at5 RaabCod Hall,. West Gardes
street. I brethren orally .'
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C. L -MITH. ae
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Circle.r jmst ever y Tharsdayv : u I'
L visiting sovereign corn!al;v? :;3n'
a MR& M. B. OLSEN.

M. I A. No s1 meets fn-?
third *lie4adaj evoln; at 7: P
o., Ramrd Hall. No 10 West ln:*-
A ao rrm raosiL

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FRIDAY sbe*v

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tion shall shdV the number and doe- admitted to the Council, and calling
nomination of each bon,. when and to oa all ltmeaa to shor cause, ift a
whom sold or how disposed of, and they can, why said list should not be
Obe amount for which sold or disposed approved and a copy of said list shall
of. remain in the Register's once for;
In th e on ly Sec. 7. That the City Treasurer public inspection during the time said
Sand all other officers and agents col- nottie is being pubMshed. Before ap-
lecting or receiving any money from proving the registratok aforesaid, the
any assessment, tax. or other sources Council shall order stricken therefrom1
S outo be applied to the payment of the the name of any person appearing
Sm w principal or interest of said bonds, or thereon who may be shown not to be
When beer is not i tly aged it d rders the s k any of them, or any portion of the in- legally qualiAle to vote at said. elec-
and cau s bildebtedness created thereby, shall tion, and shall order the names of,
and Causes biliouuess, COnmte cti all the bereficist effects make semi-monthly, or oftener it re- any persons placed thereon not ap-
this Plent to c should ha Y r sli qnuired by the Board of Bond Trustees, hearing thereon who are legally qual-
this PX 0 e. Your safety lies in adher written reports, In duplicate, showing iej14 o vote at said election when pa-
to a brand which you IM to be reliable, and we invite o the exact amount collected, or recelv- titoned by such person so to do, but.,
into a and whbtnthyou k m to be e1 and we t to ed by them, and the person or source before the Council shall order any
inspect and rsuH t tate OUr caim i regard to from which the same was received, or name stricken therefrom or added to
collected. One of said reports shall laid list, notice of its Intention adsto
be kept in the records of proceedings do, together with all the names prz-
of the Board of Bond Trustees, and the posed to be stricken from, or added to.
otJher shall be filed with the City said list shall be published once in a
SQ U EN Comptroller and entered by him in a daily newspaper published in the City
We anticipate the deRiQaiid and aehr sfl Ibook to be provided for that purpose of Pensaoola. After said register shall
We anticipate th t t I under the direction of the Finance have completed said list, and the same
year we Carry the lOOWIn g year's am ng it for months in vac Committee of the City Council. has been approved by the Council, it
so that it i always thorou ly ripe, mel at Sec. 8. That the Mayor of the Cit shall be published one time in a daily
i Oaf st, of Pensacola is hereby directed to is-, newspaper published in the City of
ofPan tensac. i . sue his proclamation calling an elec Pensacola at least five days before
As another safeguard against ou e the water d is from our oU I t to be heldamation the 22nd day of Auel the day of election No person shall
artesianwells, and is sag imp-regnatdwihchri o gust, A.hD. o 1905 dthermine f th
a es y eod ms, A. D. 190 determine whether be allowed to vote at said election
makes the addition of salt nnn in AMERICAN QUEEN BEER or not the issance of bonds for the whose name does not appear upon the
You car Rfely keep this brnd ta oVr home, and should aoUfor it Sot s r a 9 purposes and amounts herein enum- list prepared, approved and publish-
f~~ ewhery drLt rated, or any of them, shall at thit ed as aforesaid.
A cm e B rn g C o. con, time be approved by the majority Sec. 12. That the City Council she'll
A cm e B n of the votes cast by the qualified elez- at leasL five days before the day of
SWatrf mrC ,Mextnad, "S i it p i tors qualified to vote and voting at election appoint three inspectors anI
Wath r t ad "Summing it al up." aid election. Said proclamation shail one clerk of election to hold the ele,.-
contain the names of the members tion herein provided for in each elec-
of the Board of Bond Trustees and tion precinct of the city. If any in-
shall be published dalli In a new-spa- spector or clerk so appointed qhall fail
per published in the City of Pensaco- to attend the proper polling place at
la during the period of one week. the time lixed for opening the polls,
the nspectors present shall fill the
Sec. IU. That.V before the time of racancies. and, if all the inspectors
the issuance of said proclamation, the are absent, then the majority of the
Council shall, by the affirmative vote persons present qualified to vote in
of two-thirds of all the members, elect said precinct at said election, shall
three qualified voters of the City of fill the vacancies.
Pensaco'a, each of whom shall be the Sec. 13. That on the day of
owner tf real estate therein, as a election the polls shall be opened at
IBoard of Bond Trustees. The mem- eight o'clock A. M.. and shall be clo0;-
OBy D ORD INACnN C FO R W -bers of .aid Board shall be electe'l ec lat sundown, with an intermission
i for the term of one, two and three of not more than one hour for dinner.
BOND ORD IN A N C Fears, respectively. All vacancies on The polls shall be located at or as near
the Board of Bond Trustees shall be! as pracicable, to the polling places
filled by the Council. Each of said used in the last pre g cit ele
,Te h i a din the last preceding city ele".
Ts a tion.
T imprthe sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars See. 14. That the inspectors and
P U BC IM P and thy shall receive uch compensa- clerks of each precinct shall make
tion as the Council shall from time to but and sign duplicate returns of said
T E i time prescribe by ordinance. Said election and deliver one copy thereof
For the purpose of constructing, or col who may invest the same Board of Bond trustees in additlan to the City Comptroller and one copy
FFlo tehe Pu s of S os constructing oran u, who may invest the same. or co' to the powers and duties hereby con- to the Chairman of the Board of Can-
Full Telt of easre as Passe trovidiaga system of sewerage andI much tbereof as may be advisable. feared, shall possess the powers v asth
drainage the sum of Two Hundred and bonds t the United Slates Govern- poses the poers vestvassers at the City hall as soon :I;
aina ft Thousanum Dollarsf o Hundred a(d5 b0 nit b ed S ates Goern ed in and perform the ddties conferre may be practicable after the closing
ift Thoun Dollrs $2 0.00omet o- bonds of any State, Counwty upon the Board of Bond Trustees of the polls. Said returns shall show
O LA i "or' so much thereof as may be neces- or City, or may loan same ith O the Ctt of Pensacola by an act of the number of persons voting at said
dn ary. of said bonds as collateral security orthe legislature of the State of oiber of persons votesing at said
For the purpose of paving and other- on National Bank certificates of De the eisla en theo th e election and the numb of votes cast
wise improving streets and public posit wiih approved collateral. Pro-a ity o Pensacola to sue negotiable "Ae nst Bonds," fr each purpose"
I Es of the city the sum of One Huu- vided that all such investments andi bonds for municipal purposes, and n d am mount proposed, separately.
ELECTION TO BE HELD AUGUST dre i and Fifty Thousand Dollars loans shall be made with the approval provide for thepayment thereof," to and propose sephallely.e
S$150.TON.00). or so much thereof as of two-thirds of all the members of; pvd My 12th 1 and ha the sctorsan clerks shall deliver
=2 UPON PROPOSITIONS FOR AG- may be necessary. the City Council and shall at all times proved May 12th 1905, and shall pos- to the Chairman of the Board of Can-
GREGATE EXPENDITURE OF For the purpose of purchasing a be subject to such approval. sess such other powers and perform vtasers at said time ansl place the poll
site an i, or constructing, or providing, Sec. 4. The Board of Bond Trus- puc other i mae eee list, tally a sheets, registration ll st ,
THREE QUARTERS OF A MIL-; n city nal building, the sum of Seve,,-i tees shall offer said bonds for sale by provided by ordinance. used and unused ballots and all other
It-five Thousand Dollars ($75.000.00,, notice published in a newspaper pub-' See. 10. That the ballots used in papers and things usel in conducting
LION DOLLARS. or so much thereof as may be necets- listed in the City of Pensacola, and said election shall be substantially in and holding said election. On the
sary. lin a newspaper published in the City the following form: day after the election or as soonthere-
F;or he purpose of purchasing a sireof New York or such other cities as after as possible, the Board of Can-
F .;wing is the bond ordinan and onstructing, or providing. a P- the Bond Trustees may deem advis- OFFICIAL BALLOT. raisers shall canvass and declare the
by the c-- ity cv council .Weknes li St:;aion and Jail building. the able. ai d calling for sealed bids for Speial Bond Election, City of Pn result of the election and shall certify
c which provides for an eiect.in sum O Twenty-five Thotusand Dollar.s said bosds thirty days after the da scola. the same to the Mayor and Co l,
c repositionon to bond the ciy for($000.00), or so muc thereof as specified n said notice. On the and the result so certified shall be
0, for npubic Improvements. -ay be necessary. op t eoifie in said notice for receiving Election Precinct No. entered on the records of proceeding
-. o b, -ld -u .. bit^eAnv money received from the sale bids the Board of Bond Trustees at ai (The voter must make a cross mark of the Councll
tt and ~ih different ropo tio Autf any o said boads wlich shall no' meetingto bn hld 4attke city hall In he (X) before the wiods "For Bonds" or Sec. 15. That the Board 'of Can-
:e \,, ir. fte tr a i'oows: e us.cd for the purpose authorize.l city of Pensacola shall publicly oen "Against Bonds" accordingly as he vassers hereln'providtd for shall have
', .orwcrks .................$9254000* shall be placed in the sinking fun and read all b!ds received, but no 'ld approves, or disapproves, of the issu- prepared and printed all necesft'ly
S ra .......... 20.0 and -ts solely for the purpose of re-' shall b accepted unless it shall be ance of bonds for each of the respec- blacks and ballots for use in said elee-
avtnr......................50.00.i..nanc. rtappove: hl The tireopurposes and amofnts.),tion and all expenses .f said election
S ..............tiring i be bonds issued under this or- approve: b the City Counil. The te purposes and amounts.) ti an all certified to by the chairman
A -, H inanc2. Board of Bondl Trustees shall have shall be certided to by the chairma?
b, Hall ................... 75,000 1e f Thic the ad s the Board of Canvassers andef aa-d b
'nO: v S da*lon an. Jai: ......25. 2 That the bonds provide the rit to reject any and all bids ...... For Bonds. Shall bonds is- of the Board of Canvassers and pa
o ao' afor he'rin shall be known as "Improve.- and wi:h the approval of the Council sue for Two Hundred and Fifty Thou- out of the general funds in the city
Toal..................... $750,000 ment Bonds of the City of Pensacold to re-advertise for sale, and sell from sand Dollars ($2150,000.00) for purchase. treasury.
The ordinance in f tl fno!ows: P'orida." They shall b. Issued in thel time to time any of said bonds re- inng or constructing Water Works? Sec. 16. That the Council shall'
The o;an .h nf: y..f f-. owsacla: firs na of the Cit r of Pensacola an .. Sper.d up hon aluc bondrs aen c.on aublc wayorvidd of Canvne .s r theJ^ relection
a of the City of Pensacola an maining unsold. ...... against Bonds. three of los members to serve
r 'dAN ORDINANCE ,shall be signed by the Mayor. the Ci Sec. 5. That all bonds, when e of Cs fr te
c prcvde for the issuance of Bonds Comptroller. and the Chairman of the'graved, or issued shall be placed byv ......For Bonds. Shall bonds I. herein provided for. Said Board o[
.f tt. C;ty of Pensacola. Florida, un- P,:art of eond Trustees. and shall besr the Board of Bond Trustees in such sue for Two Hundred and Fifty Thou Canvasers shall perform all the du
der and by virtue of an Act of the :he corporate seal of thb City of Pen- hank. or banks, or other despository sad Dollars ($250,000.00) for con- ties and have all the powers herel-1
Lepistature ef the State of Florida, .acola. Said bonds shall be of thdi as shall be approved by the Council, structing or providing a system of conferred upon the Board of Canvass-
enttled "An Act to Authorize the denomination of one thousand dollars of the C:ty of Pensacola, and all money sewerage and drainage? ers, an shall also perform all the dtr
City of Pensacola to issue negotia-' i$1l(Hr,.0 and shall be numbered in received from the sale of said bonds ......Against Bods. ties an have all the powers conferred
ble bonds for municoal purposes, the order in which the- are issue l.'shal be deposited by the Board of upon the Board of Canvassers of rcg-
and provide for the payment thee- The o-rn of said bonds shall be as Bond Trustees with such depository, ......For Bonds. Shall bonds is ular ciy elections Under exstinglaw
of. approved May 12t. 1905 ereafter provided by ordinance, rec-' and anI monies not neo.ded for imme- sue for One Hundred and Fifty Tho- and ordinances n so far as the samhl
ommended by the Board o Bond Trus date disbursements shal be placed atand Dlars ($150,000.00) for paing are requisite to the holding certifying f
t 5: or!la;n,. h, .'y M1ayor an] ;,ses. Said bonds shall be issued the interest by such Trustees at such and otherwise Improving streets an and canvassing of the election herein R
:: Tha (':- v of ala, first cf October A. 1. ... or s: places and upon such terms and con- r.ublic ways. r n provided for aid, as except as hereBdn
o ":n i. Tha, nc'r'ale coupsa sluch tillme thereafter as the Council editions as the Council may approve. ......Against Bonds. otherwise provndu ded, said election shall s
:-of h. Cri y of: Pensaeola shall may prov-ide by ordinance, and they Sec. 6 That it shall be the duty of be conducted as nearly as may be in w
--'cd a- herinafter provided for shall become due and payable thirty the BRard of Bond Trustees whenever: ......For Bonds. Shall bonds Il. compliance with the existing laws and s h
.ral purp4-4i-s 'nd amounts ears after the date of their issue. it sells, or otherwise disposes of any su for Sventy-five Thousand Dollars ordinances relating to regular city
S r:tedH fliws T: hw h the option reserved by thecityof, bond, or bond-s to register the same ($75,000.00) for the purpose of pr- el tionec. That this ordinance shall ui
` e ig. ate lrchasing, or retiring at pai and accrued interest in a book to be provided for that pur- chasing a site and or constructing ortake effect immediately after Its pass-
H '-ton. dr atrorhr.. Th m mf any or all of said bonds number! pose and to tw kept in the omfiee of providing a city hall building? age and approeval.
i un25dred and F iy Thousan,, from one (1) to three hundred an l the City Comptroller. Such registra- ......Against Bonds. agPse apJuly 19, 1905. th
4.- 2..50.000 ,,n l. or so much nf ;,. 5(h. inclusive, at any time aiftar .y
"r4,f as may be necL ssary. twn~yr year from the date of ue ......For Bonds. Shall bonds is. Approved July 19, 1a0. th
_and those numbered from three hun- .sue for Twent.-five Thousand Dollars C H B. p
rred and 5ftyoe (2i1) to fve bun- ($25.000 00) for purchasing a site and B. S. BERNARD, Clerk.
*red ( 50) inclusive at any time after constructing, or providing, a Police 2..lero-. th
twenty-five (25) years from the date Station and Jail building? 2pJulyaoww.
of issue. The said bonds shall draw ......Against Bonds. '--
AInteres t from the date of issue at a Farmous Scotch and Irish B
rate not exceeding five (5) per centum Egsch cross mark on said ballot ;n lreb t

S L I V. per annum. parable on thie frst day of l WI front of the words "For Bonds" shall -
January and the first day of July of WI K constitute a vote of the elector mak-
each year. and shall have inte-e'et ing the same in favor of the proposi- W U M W o

S'coupons attached payable on said tion to issue bonds foi' the purposes
dat:. The principal aid interest of Are recommended by Analyslsts and and amounts specified and each such tra
eaid bonds hall be payable in gold Doctors for their purity and excellence. cross mark in front f the words
coin-of the United Sta:es of Am"rica fee that you get "Against Bonds" shall constitute eh
S:s the only opponu- of the present weight and fineness at vote of the elector making the same
Sw : have to meet sch place or places as may be dceg- all's W kis against the proposition to issue bonds h n
-'Pr-esCn'ative of the natel -v ordinance prescribing t ;e S tfor the purpose and amount specifiSt. old e.,
S n" Nn YORK form of said bonds. If a majority of the vate.s In said elec- Sold sfC, where, di
Se Sec. That for the purpose of and con't be persuaa'ed to take any tion shall be cast in favor of bonds sin
paring the principal and interest of other. for any of the amounts and purposes rfid
:ho Fbonds herein provided for. the, specified, th hen te bonis shall be is- S Friedm an a
-b, entire taxable property within the Cit'. 7 Corf' Building, Preeen Row, sued- as herein provided for sucnl a Wo Ditti
k yor m of Pensacola is hereby pledged, and itand purposes; but unless a Wholsale Distributer
'-e "ake your measure shall be the duty of th:e Mayor and& Uverpool, England. majority: of the votes cast shall be so --
SCouncil of the City of Pensacola to cast in favor o' the praposltion to Im orted in t
levy annually a special tax on all tax-- sue bonds for the purpose and amount
FaO ad W IW QG SL aCle property within the corporate specified. the amount proposed to ne a L90. do
limits of said city as may be ne-es- issued for such purpose and amount a o o
The most com- sary to pay the interest on said bonds shall not be issued.
S"-11 be shown and to provide a staking fund for thV Sec. 11. That as soon as possible OT17T
a- ao)n. containing payment of said bonds. The tax levi after the passage'of the's ordinance the 3 SOUTH PALAOX ST.
S.r r Im"r fLns of all to provide a sinking fund shall. an- City Coilcil shail by the majority vote tNAGOLA. LA.f HI
S and up-to-date nually. from the date of said bonl ; i US f all its members, elec- some quali- u ,
S "-k to see the Ito OctBber lt. 1910. amount to no fled person to act as Register for said ..
S\\.aves., the new- less thar one-half o one per cent. of_ election and it shall De the duty of VI6 M.
Sa '.Z, s-rish, well- the tota, amount of bonds issued, and NeW UN MOuIS osid Register to prepare under the -PI U B STCI
Orders taken !thereafter to October 1. 1915. to not s supervision of the Board of Convas-
Sa-, or future de- ;less tha: one per cent. of the amount because we turn out suh ers here!n provided for, a list of all --E U-I-- AND e '"
%.- wiil guarantee Iof said bonds, and from and after O- high-grade laundry work. qualified voters residing in each elea- "
S ;r. you. tober lit 1915, to October 1st. 1920. We make all edges smooth tion precinct in the City of Pensacola Ils I L ':
",.RSDAY. FRIDAY ANO to neo less than oe ad one-half pr am leave no pleck or s o shall have paid taxes on real es- ot l
SALRDY*. JULY cent. of the amount of sald bonds, ani spots to mar thbeaus tate or personal property to the City 11 Noth P alafo -A i
2:t. Zth. 29th. from and after October st. 1920. to f finis May w do for the year fo which taxes were last PROMPT ANO EFFICIEN' )
October 1st, 1925. to IQt less than o y w due and payable next prceeding the- SRVICE
two per cet. of the amount of sail yonp? day of said election. Said registra- WORK CALLED FOR AND ,
bonds. and from and after October st- tion list shall be completed and sub- DRLIVERED.
DUL J half per cqpt. of the amount of sail not later than the th day of Aut PAE 100 PaR
D. n I a l2S t) not f tha two and oB^ |rltte to the Counc10 fo Its approf al -ff)ftI P RATE FORX
bonds. All money raised by tato I A. A.D. 150, and said register shall gliv. MONTH.
e t to FIrt Nttihal a or otherwise, for the payment of the oLa.tice publleation In a daily sews- ONpI, 7 t Vi
Pernscola. Flid interest or prlcil, of said bonds 17 6 sin S*. I'le mfl paper publiabe in the cXy of Peas- t I Id L WHITL
shal% when cooected. be paid to the Pe W nmi FC cola, for the space of three days "t f _-. "aggr
saod Truoasf 'p the Ca"r ofrn,- the gct tme that sid halt anll se

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Tar lsM ePet'er iI n 118.
In England the penalty of tar anl
fathers was introduced In 1189, wben
ichard I., before setting out for the
oly Land. ordained, in order to pre-
erve the discipline of his fleet, that
bosoever should be convicted of thett
hould first have his head shaved; that
,iling pitch should then be poured
pon it, and a cushion of feathers (de
plume d'oreiller) shaken over it. He
as afterward to be put on shore at
4e lrrt place the ship touched at
ough, after a baptism of boiling
tch,. the pbor wretch would have lit-
e life left in him. In modern times
e practice has found favor with the
ipulace as a means of readily exc-
iting Justice on an offender whom
e law perhaps shows no anxiety to
ach.--London Mail.

The Rajah*s Guest.
It is the custom nl Sarawak that the
fah's house shan be open to his sut>
cts at any time. That same Kayan
ilef from Baram who visited me, DI-
i by name, presented himself one
ght at Astana when the rajah had a
inner party. His appearance, clad
mply in a cbawat (waistcoat), with
re followers In equally fall dress,
among a doeen people conventionally
tired was a piquant reminder that I
as "east of Sues." Dian pulled a pipe
I was going to say from his pocket-
up and bore his part pg ltly in the
cial amenities of the evenin.-Loo-
o Express.
Cuttt a Balltfk.
During a severe balstorm in the
Imalayas our native gardener brought
t a hatchet and placed it edge up-
ard In the gartde to "cut the etorm,"
be said. Catlia, ln*his "North Amer-
,n Indiana," descrbes a ceremony of
: Mandan Indians la which hatchets
1 edged toolsare e asrited to the
pirts of the waters" to avert a reew
.ce of the great eIe, o which the
be has the traditism. Notl d

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The Sixth Annual Session will be-
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It otters every advantage for prepas
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ties and scientific schools in the coun.
Its instructors are thoroughly equip
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The pupils received are limited to
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A large, well-equipped gymnasiam
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sen. The visitors are all charmed and door to some garden of paradise.
delighted with Pensacola, and will re- Many men try to find the deserving
main two weeks. poor by looking in a mirror.
*Keep yourself sunny and the Lord
A SOUTHERN WOMAN'S will take care of your saintliness.
SUCCESS IN JOURNALISM. The belief in an absentee God goes
(Prom Atlanta News.)
The friends of Miss Harrydell Hall-
mark, of Augusta, one of the most lu t M s i
prominent Southern Journalists who j|U| IIUMC 1UUs5
has made a success of her work will
be Interested to learn further of herl The Leaders in
wide field of work in the North. Born'
of a prominent Georgia family, a so- LW Prices i Eas Term
city girl of Augusta for several sea-
sons, she decided to take up journal- Sole Agents for the Celebrated
ism and she has progressed in a man-
ner both satisfactory and brilliant, and Ia b ck ster,
occupies a position of which she may UG LUIr,
be justly proud. She now holo'i the'
responsible position as one of the six U r a m e
associate editors who assist Mr. Chas.
Emonr Smith in his great work on the K a
Philadelphia Press. One must stop to
consider that five of these editors are
men. whibe Miss Hallmak completes CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND
the sextette. fhe was given this posi-
tion last September. Her first pos TERMS.
tion was as society editor of the Au-
gusta Chronicle, when she was a social HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW
leader in that city. PRICES.
* Miss Hallmark prides herself upon Clutter Music House,
her own writings along political lines, 114 S. Palafex St.
and this is a field in which women
rarely ever penetrate. as it is usually ---
not adapted to their line. She report-
ed upon the Democratic national con-
vention together with half a dosen
men, but special first place was given Pri and t
to her story, and her name,appeared r ty d uS
in the columns. 'It is interesting to;
her many friends to note that she was
the first with the exception of one man Characterize A
a Mr. Sheehan, to reach Judge Parker
with the news of his nomination, and
the first to obtain an interview with
him. She has achieve' success in
her splendid work, "The Woman's;
Magazine," of the Sunday Press, of
which she is the editor. This is a ten-
page magalzn., upon which no adver- C0ld Drnl
tisements appear or are accepted, and
$1.000 a week is spent upon the publi-
cation. When Miss Hallmark was of-
fered this position it was with condi- I
tilns and understanding that her ten-
mr 0 of oe depended on her capabil-
ity and ability to make a complete
soeas, and that ahe must shoulder
the entire reneiMIty of the depart-
nment. TL s aM ove- the material
l*"- N Kandy Kitche Cafe,
rainemak at ,te *wc Ma4 Pla P999
Soutler we" M e t 1 Pa Fq 999
m = I lsa-g* o so Paldow ....
Miss -i .. .11k"11" I i

and certain in results. ASK for c"'ame ua' anu *iL 1o aC 1uu-
Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upon ville Monday morning.
having It. W. A. -. -ilemberte, drug-' Mr. McGowan. of the Trotter
gist and apothecary. stables, Andalusia, Ala. has been sell-
ing some very fine horfps and mules,
here the past few days.
with that in an omnipresent devil. The little 5-year-oid daughter of Mr.i.
Milliner-made men do not add to' Edge of Lockhart Al. lied at the'
;he might of the church militant. residence of Mrs. Settles last Frida-!
If words were wings heaven would evening. and was buried Saturday I
have needed enlarging long ago. morning.
The preacher who has something to! Everybody attended the Masonic;
say always knows when he has said it., funeral ceremonies at Betiel Churclh
The half-Informed rams his ignore -unday. Dinner was served on tne
ance down the throat of every comer; grounds. As the people were return-
the wise man is courteously reticent, ing home quite a shower came up an.i
casting no pearls before swine, ram-I drenched all that were not provided'
ming no fish bones down unwilling with umbrellas.
throats, mistaking no tolerance for Miss Spencer. who has been on a
assimilation. two months' visit to her sister. Mrs.i
S--- Savage returned to her home at Weil-i
CUPID DEFEATED. born, Fla., this morning, to the regret
A half repentant bachelor, with quite of the youngg people. Mi-s Spenceri
a pile of rocks, I made many friends whl!e here, wr,.
Dropped In, one day, sidee the way. will be glad to see her come again.
and bought a pair of soclks. The entertainment given by the,
Arrived at home-romantic joyl-he' es Ad So y on friday rsh:.
wond'ringlv drew out July 14, was quite a success. consid.r-'
A note deep hidden in the hose-from ing some sickeess. and .ne death in
some fair hand, no doubt. trwn. The following brief program
r.as re;ide.ed:
Song-"Work for the Night is Com-i
"I'm twenty years of age." it rea, a Welcome. ddress- v.
"and called a country belle, Prayer and Welcome. Lddress--Rev.,
W and called a country belle, Gale, of Jacksonville, Fla.
With you I'd like to correspond-if Quar:ette-Mr. L. C. Bowers. Mr.;
you will never tell;S. Dilburn. Miss Sall Powell ani
My object matrimony is, and yours, I Mrs. Nora Whte.
hope the same; 'Recitation--"The Beautiful C.ty-,"
If youl11 address. I'll respond." And Miss Maggie Powell.
then she wrote her name. Song--"The Resurrection."
Reading-"The Gate..ay to J3y,'"
On fire with hope, the bachelor that Mrs. H. T. Powell.
very evening wrote, Song-"Let Jesus Come With Your
I And folded his epistle with a kiss Heart."
inside the note. Rectation-"The Starless Crown,"
Sly Cupid had him in his mesh-no Mrs. Nora White.
very clever catch, Song-"There is Power."
For, after all, quite foolish is a half After this refreshments were served,
repentent bach. and a neat little sum was added to
the treasury of the Ladies Aid Society,
But, oh, how sheepish did he feel, for which its members are very grate-
when from the fair unknown ful.

This answer came, to quench his
flame: "An old maid I have grown!
Alas! 'twas forty years ago I planner.
that fond surprise,
Defeated by a heartless wretch who
wouldn't advertise!"
-Sunshine Dpt. 'Miami News.
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you use Blue Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla
Extract. The "Blue RVbon Flavor" is
different from all othea. Ask your
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Vanilla. Takes ess. Flavors p-

Builds up the system; puts pu-e,
rich blood in the veins; makes men
and women strong and healthy. B-ir-
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Missing-John Nealy Vermllllo, a
white boy eleven years old. Has scar
on left side of ctin. Disappeared froma
his home about three weeks ago. ArV1.
information will be gladly received
by his father, W, .. Vernilion, 43j
Ueinber SIt.





a*ndk gveh Speolas to The Journal.
-een He 4 A s GDThs n W GBeulah, July 20.-Fodder pulling is
Doo the rule here just now and hands are
ad-Wm mrmCC e 7 the corn is Just right to make go.3d
.BagdTagr y1W< ~lt a> l~Otir .a t ra l.^ CC hard aget to: sor tht t M.sk .
Ss feed, and every one wants to get their
S1.0I A corn ou: before helping any one else.
DAFFIN--4TANOtL. Philadelphia Press ieb~ra her from B EA LAMr. Ben Walters has a fine piece of
Mr. W. F. Stancill o Moltno, and writing for any other publication -c THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER o budels to the acre or better. He
Miss Molie Daln. were united in cept by special ti permris of the p- utios the only harmless prepare- i. paying $1.50 per day for hands to
marriage Thursday morning. per. onayton that omplet y obliterates ALL p fodier. He has a ot of peaches
Rev. B. C. Glenn read the ceremony granted and she has contributed ev- facial bl mishbe, tree of care worry, tl-
at 11:15 o'clock at the residence of eral short stories to Alnaleea, Colliers. nesand exposure. After a ew app te- and other perishable sfrff to haul off
Mrs. William D. Carmichael 504 East and the Saturday Evening Post. She sadag liketles e a mane rom y the face, ad at the same ttim, so he has to!
Wright, in the presence of a few is worthy of all of the great success enveag the akin moft. clear and velvrty, make it an o tject for others to wozkI
friends she has maotwrkle orblemish remains. utt- make it an o j-ct for others to work
friThe bride, who s originally from he has made, as her own personality a s adorsedby th moi.o.l Fraternity, for him. He has the nerve to pay
The bride, who is originally from and originality have given her first chemisrw and Expert Deramologists. 50 cents per day more than the usual
Clarke county, Alabara, has been place among the women journalists of hae mad faded, bus o ee b sutiful ladI" 'r uch work
as youthful at forty and fifty as they were wages Lor such work.
teaching school in this section. America. he has many warm per-. at y also used by m th 'hesame Mr. William Henderson has about
Mr. and Mrs. Stancill left on the sonal friends in Atlanta, where she wonderful reeslts. Beautiola remove acres of ver fine.corn, but Henry Gar-
noon train for Molino where they will has visited upon numerous occasions, worst LWs or BI WN. LIVR pI acres ad ley fWeav er wl gve
reside.rlCIEKLCS. 31,KHRAD-. PIMULi4. reqt and Wiley Weaver will ive himni
reside. w w KL.r8. SCAS. *.%ALL POX rir a close call foi firl- place. The fact
Miss Daisy Hubbard an' Miss Bertie WELL ILLUSTRATED. 'ila. Price .* ents. VC Y BOX oi the matter is that a of the corn
GUAZANTEo,. in this section is good and there 1s8
Bosewell of Bagdad, left for home last A Pensacola father, explaining to For hale by leading druggists >r seat hout 3ve times as much planted as
evening after a pleasant visit with his son the difference between true; direct to ever before. The man who did not
Miss Gold. chivalry and mere galantry, related E. R. BERRY CHEtMICAL CO, plant corn last spring la in the same
the following, which Aleck Smith Dept. St Louis. plntfix as corthe man whoha his dish bot-
Miss Julia Lee Is visiting Miss next door neighbor of the Governor at Futn'"as ook malted free upon request tom up hen rained pudding. I for
Dickinson at Greenwood near Mari- Farrington and one of his greatest ad- one will have to plead guilty.
anna. mirers told the Detroit Free Press,' There is some sickness I the neig-
thus: s ---ii *ii*-****** **-borhood Mr. John Lester has a very
Mr. Philip Carter of Georgia and "It is true that Governor Warner is; ARR INN sick child but I hear o-day that she
little granddaughter Hebe are expect- a hard-headed man and intensely prac was somewhat better. She has bee
ed to arrive in a day or two on a visit tical but let me tell you that there is sIick for about two weeks Mrs. Benje-
to relatives in tiha city. in him that rich vein of chivalry min Walters is also on the sick list.
--which we all admire. Let me illus- Born: To C. B. Bu.ty and wife,
Mr. ad Mrs. Phtlip Hannah and trate. Special to The Journal. last Monday, July 17, a son. This
son fift Wednesday evening for Har- "One night he was at a swell social Warrington, July 2o.-The navy yard makes 5 boys in the family. Buck a
rodslurg, Ky., t6 visit her parents, function, and one of the diversions ot band which has been furnishing the was so much elated that he subscribed $
the entertainment was to have each fine music this season at Palmetto for The Journal the nexd morning.
Mrs. T. J. Welch is with her mother person tell in what character she or Beach will leave July 23 for Newnan, Arthur Spore and children were in
on East Gregory while Dr. Welch, ac- he would like to return if permitted Ga., where they have been engaged to Pensacola Monday to bid the former'a
companies by his sister and niece to come back over the big divide. A furnish music for the Chautauqua and father goodbye, as he left on the 12
Mrs. and Miss Tally, is in the moun- t.umber of ambitious choices had been will be gone for one week. They will o'clock train for his bohle in Chicago.
tains of Virginia. made when it came to the Governor's play at the regular concert at Palmetto He spent the winter with his son, E.
turn. Beach August 3. O. Spare of Pensacola.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evqrett Dr. an "Many a man in the political swim Dr. B. L. Wright, V. b. N., who has aRev. Garrett of Musco-ee. preached
Mrs. J. H. Mock and son Everett, Mr. would have aspired to come as United been at the naval hospital for some an excellent sermon in the M. E.
and Mrs. E. B. Acosta and Miss Daisy 'States Senator, iPresident, or a man at time ,has been detached. He was suc-. church at Beulah last Sunday morning
Chunn of Milton, returned last even- the head of the diplomatic service. needed by Surgeon Dennis, U. S. N. and filled his appointment at Bellview
ing from a pleasant out ing at Mary This is what the governor said: Surgeon F. W. F. Weiber has been in the afternoon. It is a pretty harl
Ester. "'If the mircale of giving me a see- placed in command of the naval hos- trip for him. but he generally gets
end show on earth were wrought. pital, succeeding the late Surgeon around on time.
Dr. J. A. McDory.ld of Muscogee, ar- nothing else would please me so much Harris, U. N. Our Sabbath school still continues
rived in the city Wednesday and left as to be Mrs. Warner's second' hus- The Army and Navy Union gave a to gain in number :s, new members be-
last night, en route to North Georgia band.' smoker at Palmettd Beach MonDa.vy ng added every Sabbath. Although
on a pleasure trip, including visits in "I guess that it will keep your pol- evening in honor of the comrades on it rained last Sunday afternoon the
.Atlanta. Talulah Falls and other in- ished courtiers guessing to beat board the U. S. S. Amphitrite. Several, attendance was larger than usual.
teresting places. that." good speeches were made by promi- which shows that the interest in the,
S"Now, my boy," said the Pensaco- nent men and a good time was en-i school is unabated. Li
Mrs. R. P. Reese and children, Mas- lian, "it was true chivalry for a man Joyed by all. Miss Cora Spore was in the city
ter John Lewis and Miss Virginia, to say that of his own wie. To have Messrs. Chas. Simpson. J. Stockard yesterday doing some shopping an'l-I
with her sister, Miss Virginia West, said it of any other woman would have and J. Rauscher will leave Saturday visiting friends. n
left Tuesday for Brick Church, Tenn., been mere gallantry. for New York where they go to accept I am sorry to learn that Mrs. A. J.
where they will visit their sister, Mrs. "Gallantry may be offensive and positions on board the new dredge Busby is not doing as well as he-
T. L. Allen, for about a month. frequently is, to refined femininity- that is coming to Pensacola. f many friends would wish. She vistd
Scthi alry is awIays agreeable to the Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McClellan are Pensacola to consult a physician on
Mrs. Ren Muloro' and daughter, most sensitively constituted and is visiting relatives in Montgomery. day this week.
Miss Mabel Mulford, are guests in the always-manly." Mrs. Sarah Howell, of Montgomery,
family of the former's nephew, Mr. J. is visiting friends in Warrington and Itchiness of the skin, horrible
R Kellar. SENTENCE SERMON& Pensacola. plague. Most ever,.bol y afflicted I
(From Washington Post.) Mrs. J. Johnson of Newport, R. one way or another. Only one safe. =
Is .visiting in Warrington during the one wa o notr one saf.m
Mrs. A. M. McMillan and baby are Love leads to likeness. l v n i Warington during theeve- failing cure. Doan's Ointment.
the guests of friends in Milton for a Richest joys ae often earnest stay of her husband who s stationed Atany drug store, 50 cents.
few days. Man follies are on refer ed by on boaro' tne U. S. a-Amphitrite.
refutation. refreshed by Mrs. J. Glover and Mrs. D. Glover
Mr. and Mrs. C. Goodman have The size of a saint does not depend enta portion of the week in New Fida alf Holiday
returned from a ten days' vacation on his sighs. Orleans. bay View Park. Bring yoor bet
spent in the country in Alabama. There can be no truth without lib Misses Olga and arie McAllister girl. Bring your bah.ng r!the;.
Sno without are visiting Pensak friends for a Bring a little change for chowder, cake ?
Mr. Clarence O'Connor of Mobile is It takes more than honey to mend week. and Aehe ceam, afternoon ; and evening.
visiting his sister Mrs. R. Douvillier. the broken word. Miss Hazel Atsiner, who has been EAT HIL B. AND B. CLUB.
corner Jackson and Thirteenth, East A brotherly religion will not have a attending school in Brewton, Ala., has
Hill. sisterly sound. returned home. -
Men judge deeds by their results, Mrs. W. Dale is visiting friends in
Mr. Godfrey Lang of Troy, Ala., Mr. God by their roots. Mobile, Al-. KVIW
John Muller ano' family, Mr. and Mrs. A gooci shepard does' not need a War Against Cn.
Edward Reilly, Miss Ella Shuttle- crook in his character. War Againt Consumption.
worth and Miss Ida Palmes leave Sun- Angels envy us our nights because All nations are endeavoring to
day morning to go across Big Bayou of the morns they bring, check the ravages of consumption, the Special to The Journal
on a week's camp. Happiness would be bleak without "white plague" tnat claims so many eal t e Jura
sorrow for a background. victims each year. Folcy's Honey and Crestview, Fla., July 20.-Mrs. Dan
Mrs. Fannie L. Hill and daughter Always better is the thorn on the Tar cures coughs and Oldss perfect- cLeod of uun was vising at the
Mrs. Jesse Cotton and son Harry of brow than ene in the heart. ly and you are in no danger of coi- Powell House Tuesday.
Vicksburg, Miss., have arrived on a The less religion a man has the more sumption. Do not risk your health Mr. H. A. Da ent Tuesday in
visit to Mrs. Hill's father Dr. Those. S. he thinks he can give awa. by taking some unknown reparaon Deunak Springs.of ksonvill
Mitchell. and her sister Mrs. C. Thie- Every cry of need is God's on when Foley's Honey and Tar is afe Rev. S. Gale ofr Jacksonville

We have just received a supply of Piver Soap, direct from Pai"= v'-
similar consignment ct Rogger and Gallet's, in cakes, from 25 c:nts
Also a complete li'e of Piver Perfumes and Sachet Powder .
Our Chamlos Powder Rags are soft and smooth-only 1C cents eacn.
Salt Water Soap, 5 cents.


PHONE 1100.



When You Buy

Furniture From Us

you are assured of high-grade material an! workmanah:p
in every piece. There is style in furniture jr'i th .-am.t
as in dress. We hive selected the newest antl n.'.: f.sh-
lonable styles, but have insisted on quality aiwa. s.
Your credit is goodfor much or little.

1084110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla
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Goodness Knowsthe Goodness Shows I

In all our low shoes for summer wear.
Like usual, our reputation for the past nine ycars tells
you we stand behind every sale.
No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us.


Phone 690.

117 S. Palafox Street.



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

The Pure Food

Sol Cahn & Co.

mThe Store that FeeIs
Phones178 and 480 the People. I

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4 vig and Fine Strtionery.

Mail Order Receive Prompt Attaetion.

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AM ru A g bwlome o amother? U so. do rm realle
.^Cpth-at Mwa of suffering that mast wo- are
Ii .t. maeSrgo, the pals they bae to bear yno
anaA 3 do nythiog to relive thLt po a would you not
do i? Yo are a sensibe wouan. and of course you
w.oUl--tgha rad careful evry word.

1D Sb kMoher's Frleutd
| Is a l ment so potent that it wD greatly lessen th
sfferig of any cae of labor, no matter how dil*
S cult With thislBment, Motherhod is a bea,3ifj,
Sdream; witbot it, a nightmare. No mor- urff-r-
aig, no more needless cares but one pearcf.; i.Cea
motherhood isyoursifyou will but open vyo'Ir -v.
For exteral use, safe to adminstnr, a~n
wonderful in results. A word to '- w-.,i
Mother's Friend." All dru-zgiA", 'el r at
S hoo per 'ottle. We send our coo0'. -Motner-
hood," free. if you ask for it
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The JournaPs Classed Cash

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*L l Pwrtee" by the months

For Rent.
morth Hill reedeO 10 morm ..a10.0"
715 North BayleM ............. .4eO
4 Nerth Spring .............. IsO
House near Prdide Wharf .... 200
21 West Romana .............. 20m
314 EV St9ee .............. 17.50
4e East Chan ................. W00
W8 Wqet Main ................ 100
421 East vernme"t ..........11.00


I Why Not Pay Rent to Yorself ?


A Dich of Worthless Ret Recei ts



Pensacola Investment Co.
L nM atnw

W. I. KNflWLFS. prsidwLt

L. L. Uu, 5ea$ry.
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21 Su Es 1-S-m
215 South Pelmba Stret, P~uim..ia, n~

ty.Ohiotor cat-verland. Near Pen-
'%&cola. Address J. L. A., Journal
oace. 20jll1**
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FOR SA --Chld' 3-roo ourt, in wecel-
lent ond itio rented now. Pricasonabe 45
J. N. Andrew., July 19, I5. 30jly
EXCHANGE-160 acres in Ross coun-;
t y, Ohio, for cut-over laud. Near Pen-
eacola. Address J. L. A., Journal
omce. 20jlylw*
FOR SALE-Child's go-crt, in excel-
lent condition, price reasonable If
sold at once. 223 West Inteadencia
St. 16julylt
FOR SAIB-Two secoad-hand buireas
and ice wagon, all in good runnlnj
order. Apply at 222 E. Gadsden street.
J. A. Kirkpatrick. 163Iylw
FOR SALE-Comblnation horse, 7
I years old, 16 hands, sound and gen-
tie. Also reglrtered brood mare. A
E. Hinman, Century, Fla. 6Jly
WALL TINTS by experts; results
guaranteed. Fairchild and RIee, Phone
48. 12jilylm


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We want you to know and feel
that any business entrusted to
us will receive prompt atten-
tioa and have the utmost care.
If You Want
to buy or sell property, rent or
lease dwellings, borrow or lead
money, secure a Fire, UJfe or
Accident Insurance Policy, we
undoubtedly can serve you well
and to your satisfaction, at the
same time save you time and
Our Methods
are up-to-date ad yo wi And
I ralrMnsre tn eAOl *wit uj.

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FOR BAI--The best watereloss a Our advice is free.
the city can be foud oa lce at Ca -
statise Cepwrisos'a, 128 .. TarraOma
Bt KN* kL.S. BROWN &
MOR SAlL-Two pair extra A.en
i young maes, onad and In good 200 Theisen Bld'g
condition. Also one 24torse Sl tud
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$66.00 per ma th is btaiied la rents
from 11 hnoes, and the houses ean be
had for $4750A0. Figure this out, and
you will and that It will pay 14%.
$2500.00 of this price can be carried at
Other Bargains
3 houses, resting monthly
18.00 .....................16040 9
5-room cottage, iet Hill
(New) ................... 150 0
3-room cottage 8. Romana .. fM40.
4 houses renting monthly
$23.0 ................... 10
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .................... 17M0
1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 04
For Rent
10-room hboue, E. Gasd4ea .....$35 009
Warehouse, Cushada's Alley .. 15 00.


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Baker wag .,W. Garfeld. 01". W" E SELL LOT9 lR
-DO YOU wt -to bar or 911 .tbingtI
WA E t *4 SMA" eaRwa t ad1 owo k-,t oi S. Mf in sllrS b. feuW W ldini
rWANTED I. I HL WANTED mLtsTeh cs is to. ugsmess" Neard and Rooma. 20 'le Fh dng
to delay.
ar for couple in pri-. WATD--A ood nurse to stay on FOR RENT--Three large airy rooms,
S- no! more than lu the place. Call 701 N. Palatox. o~- OU0 0. furnished. $1.25 and $2.00 per I N
} a t",e. |tace Must be nea- 21 rightfully located four-room cottage week. Apply Mrs. .McKinnon,
v $7.00 per wAe. A 't AMaola BI adda g lRroad, 106 st Intendencia. 16jlylw* Build you a hoeue, I wilt give you
hanged. Address A., WANTED--A reliable man on a small Mclasur A pplyto A-. M. M llan prices on materis. P. 0. Box M28k
2~1iY farm near thriving town, where ar aUpriliroe Rs T--our furnished rooms. hone 310. Jo frater. Trd at My-
Carpenter ca get work. Would lease IrOR SALX-Or Choi ce Mbek top Mrs. Thomas McVoy, 113 WHet Olea Stt Wlhar. Nj~elm*
\', . uy an extra good ilk on shares. Ftne location for poultrvi of the ridge east of the electric Oarden. 16july1w* SW Wem
ensaoola or on R.R. farm. Address "Farm," care Journal' railway, between 7th and th streets. I PIANi. rot I am ar TUNING. a
Cash. 0. W. Savii,. I,-ra ,ilwayur has favored this etion str eIt HA2NDSOMELY FURNISHED) ront I am prepared to do tuning and re-
.- a,,. .a. 2ljulylT- 1 l no be duplicta V. .Clbb. i room,; southern exposure; hot and pairing and guarantee satisfaction. V;
------ WAN T .-c-A ano tob e ddlte"P1acold -bath, privilege Of telephone. AV- years praeticte exporinee in t he
\ N-- rTo rent a bouse wit a WCelNTED- good cook i edlatey. FOR SALE-A small sailboat. A pl 236 W. Government. Phoue 70'. swth I. Comnd Scott, 44 Greg-
Slare lot. State locad Pat urge' quarters, navy staunch and sate boat in any weath- 16J71w 0ory street, Pensecds4. elm*
adres Tenlant c ard Pensacola. jlyl61w* er Address P. X., Journal Ofie. N room r e U MAIL
'17 11 (YOUNG1 MN1-Our illatrated cata-.-w_ with privilege of light ho ee ane or travel public. i y ea.
logue explains how we teach barber' CHICKEN WHEAT produces -a. Block and half from Pslafox, 219 i. vToe ew4c wr. fo ChiWgy to Bay.
S\ t ':D-Ten to twenty thousand, trade in few weeks, mailed free. Moler Makes fowls es well awelved. Government St. 23Jaaelm* hlat Addar J,. X. Tuuale, ,pl.
, less Fioradora cert~cates Barber College, New Orleans, La. The cheapest food to be afond F. A ... .u
.. per thousand. P. O. Box 2jlylm] Mellen & C Phoas Ilc .00K AND BOARD. .Dtel .trul a Mo
AnviRle. Ala. 1IIlyi, catioa on bay shore; boating, batl- ERA" RI A l
WANTE -Aents rR SALE.-17%toot sloop rigged, Img d fi hsg. lquire of Ma. C. a. A TTS1 Uh AY iu et
NTED.-Agents in different coun-- skiff, 8 foot beam. carries 75 yard:; Hieman, at Iat herville. 3Ju al-. ._a % y b mew d a- we Wr
,.'-Ma- rih n c0 or l- ies in Florida to hndl Al nvass. In good condition. A bar-' S me ,7P
art light manuqacturte g busi. -ndLock SC re andt burglar Proof gain. Waddell, room 2, 28 S. Pala- r RENT.-Two furalsbed rooms meM D. e WMaub OW ls
No cxper;enc ~ required p1a:s Saes and Vaulit JFixtues ol every ox St. Safneel m- ,tor rent. Light housetkeep l.0 1 -, TArILO -B.a L Di d U iamon .I
Sg1' .to ten ollar. per day. Ad. dese`iption. Wrke me for terms..Chae.e. -,l -s- clothing dim *
Care this o cu. 12jly2w Scarrit Moreso. Pe10ac1 0, FIL., Flor- 'i WZ&-At a GeWRbts Inot san
Ida State gent. ore, stock an ac--s .a tea orelse tr tbaW s fF ec,9%
k Nr).-..y girl In need o ffrlend- J-s140 L .Istakml .. sia encl ian' ele forwl etho W G
ip. advice. etc.. will Sad Any tnteHtast per may ear a sa w w .. ....Jou Wla na
,.illing'assistance by ap good income corresponding for news-' FOR SAMe-Oood secod4aand up-. aOS lp. f O W oRiOL A AND FIPTy
he Matron of the Salatioa Papers; no canvasing; NIperiene'e right piano, good as new at 12 I ast BAT MOTl-Oa niht a tar. CENTS w will hao oo
s- lu.e Home. 31d St. and ave- necessary. Send tor particulars. governmentt St. ISJjylw rovan pa o lt a *oae u ad bhoSw'% rem. L&eLa m w,
. E.. rminnham. A.la dh. Northern Pres Syndicate, Lockport,. es. Trueinet 4oad seted. k 'I. st 15 N R& M di L HBI e
N. Y-. 13june3m 9 P NBiom aA Bma Mi
., TET.-The Merchants T s rusw Ioney to Lone. raw W . AP .
cc.a vr it.a :ue and haduling s C S e f= p F sRtIn noiOdr, Ul7 an th
A4l g .... uarunz;-.d. T B.Thor- Few So ozy To LmW-iwrws, o-maoa zeai FOR REN
S Phloe :, tSjunelm.: te s ctt', or o anollat9r "alo eMta ON 90u08O S063&
____p Phone 18ne;l FOVR SA CHEAP-My three-year. at lowe rates L[sD= I_ _s,_ __, _res__am_ _
'NTr;D --A gohld second hasd rLs.! old Berkshire herd tear, Duke tf yI*sh bildI OR BENT--OM ce roDm with show) -.
'u: hea cah Adress l orida, No. 498,923. Al some fine window. Apply at 34 B. Palafox.
R eheap fo; caREh. Address11.Mean IV YORHAULING TO
young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, all otn= A) AM as w a"llm AUI T
.a-( J,.?-naL. lSju el rtestred and transferred. Carl Set- I Ikyts 1 rh Transfr w0
terllnd, Clpley, P. iSJly FMll- r s or TI-- RBN-TwelveIroom .dw 1 ng
TED--To tbu for cash. a few lWey s me. e. WUmlUJ A. Corner Hayne and Wnright. Suitable
areass Anerican National Bank rR SALE--Fresh better, cream, GoversmA t. NEbUhsWlia y for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gerl The Therso, Pree
'v State price Address J. L. J., sweet milk ad buttermilk de.- f iel eld. 12july r ..

journa,. lisUrvm- jllvered at any time of day. No. 405
E. Belmont stret. Phone 907. TJlylm*
"ED--Your electric work of all
Let u.- ocean your fta. re- FOR SALM-Secod-haad cash regi
;..,- .vnaruo. do your wiring, etc. ter in perfect codltoo. Will s l'
:. Pesacila Electric Co., ch t or a tie. A rel bargaai. Can
.e luteadencia and Baylen streetL. be een at Jame McHagh'a. m22ma
-- o T er f9 11 al e es Alma
,.ASSO & CO. rcelved another, Came as lo. ad unoaded ree
*;::..n of imported pure olive oil1 of ekagsr *e mbs bt pboto
:aled in gaionus, half gallons gapes s s e sdth. U year a lnea
ar's. jer. 185Ms.
NT ---The people of Pensacm dE THE WEBST HL WOOD YARD ca
cea'e worrying. aet The Jourle supply you with stove wood, blocks,
S. solve the problem for yov.ak wood .pltp ood pie kts,
Sexpe": detectives. and ca indling. Rin phone 10 8. C. H.
-.t man you are iooking for if wilr ,M prope-or. cW. t., ad
S ded o the 25.000 or 30.00 JakMsoL S
.: ..a makes bhe population of ,FO SAi~.L e-room house. coraer
lot, block from Palatox. lot 9
192 o car ar For particular "
N 1--i-aul and transfe quire of f8tadard Clotaint 0.a
-, fice phone 363. Recidena 129 jan
iJ. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. I
c-onha U2 k e FOR SALB.-I am Florida State Agent
S -- .- I for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
S---OrCers flr The Journata \auk Fixtures of all descriptions
S e. iencola a d Panama Canal manufactured by Alpine Safe an
wh.ch will shortly appear. Lock Company of Cincinnat, Ohio.
S..:-. half-tone pictures of ety. Communicate with me for prices and
-- ad special scenes. 16 cea terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
S:-d(rs at Journal ooee. ritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
LNL'-.Second-bhan Corn. Oa_______
I'- -. --eed meal sack- Out f '
L e'-. ta ollchaI Wrte a I

t :-..; & Co. M2earch
& TN E:N;HAM wUate 7o ovuri
an hat. in6. l5ggmasuteaft b
"*' ofaj. 6 a. .

S- pection and tallylg of
F. r TXR Gouldtin, M 06 SoUto
SPhone 662. Residence
.- -, Jewelri. ad ad y eale I
A-(V wanted. We pa eas
S AdCrem P BO. U 5 C(%y.

-.E iNTAl. BUSINESS in oa
; .'rnd yer siass W
attienUoan. D. Hale WW-

4H', contracting painters
i'ne varnishinC
:- painting a spe-
S'ne, phone 249. l7my.

as Ftenographer,
: country town. Com-
L care JournaL .JyI=*'

KONt WOANND ue pso raII -I
slte WOles & .
MONET LOANED rE n ao kMfts pe
sonal property on hout o-gloe
Terms easy. J. W. Ballard. pstain
28% South Palatox St, 1-hoe 1144
ULJMITj D amut e of r to wu a
SaUkinds of perel lperpg t.
Social rato mibMrs maa o*a lwo
loas. T New Tget Les OCe., ShM
goth ftrPaM.

shu's ?Pawn SimIs
402 8. PALAPOX ST. ,
Wathese, ChiMSa Ra a4 all kIts
o elatmU security at lwt vae of
interest. Baratis in unreeemed


IOST-Wednesday morning going
from Escambia Hotel to navy yard.
via 8:15 boat. wallet containing sum,
of money and paper of value to me'
only. Liberal reward for return t I
hotel. ~ 21JlylwO

FOR RENT-New five-room cottage
oa car line, corner 1th street and
4th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
gallery. 12july
FOR LENT.-Lower floor of desirable
resldace on North Hill, unfurnish-
ed. Address 444, care Journal.
29June Iw
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o>
cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRa street Apply to R M. Cary,
43 S. Palatox street. 7Tj
FOR RENT-Twenty-room aoumea, o-.
ner Barracks and Zarragoss street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra

The Journal has

a lot of


For Sale.


PHONE 978.


P.O. BOX, r,7

Manufacturers of
and Dealers in


Cleaning & Dye

Ladies and Gent's Clothing cleaned,
dyal and repaired. Goods called for
and delivered.
140 I. Lovemment a.
Phene No. 16. Penaela, Fla..

XL O ONmALU & CO.. PropL
yl rT aemm A d srock feed from
the iome manufacthwer. encouragirag
homoe industry, eonstrbute to home
ogwar, em e"re a ear y moey in your

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O~ce, nfwsham building, next
to P~sacAlo Busnaess College,
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pensacola. Fla.


The ordinances of the City of en-
sacola makes it unlawful for any one
to drive over the strets- of the city
with a loaded wagon or other vehicle
wth tires less than 2% inches in
width, or with axles which are bent
so u sot to present the Sat surface
of the tire to the ground.
in oonurmity to a resolution of the
Bard of Public Works, ah ofen4ers
will be punished after August ith.
B. 8. FRNARD, Mayor.
Clerk. JlyToaw4w
In Escambia County Circuit Court,
State of Florid. In Chancery. T. .
Adams vs. Annie V. Adams. Bill to"
Divorce. Os Monday, the seventh day
bt August, A. D, 1905, the defendant,
Annie V. Adams, Is required to appear
to the bill Sled against her herein.
This order to be published once each
week for four consecutive weeks in
the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper
published in said Escambia County.
A. U. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court.
By L. 0. Aymard, ID. C. Pensacola,
Fla., June 29, 1906. 30juneoaw4w

In Escambia County Circuit Court.
State of Florida. In Chancery. Lillie
Payne vs. Harley Payne. Bill for Di-
vorce. On Monday the seventh day of
August, A. D., 1905, the defendant,
Harley Payne, is required to appear
to the bill filed against him herein.
This order to be published once each
week for four consecutive weeks in
the Pensacola Journal, a newspaper
published In said Iscaspbia county.
A. M. McMllan, Clerk Circuit Court.
By L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pensacola,
Fla., June 29, 1905. 30juneoaw4w
Neither the Captain, Own-
ers nor Consignees of the
American schooner "Heltn
M. Atwood" will be respon-
sible for debts contracted by the Crew
of said vessel. WM. P. WATT,
To order. Captain.
SNeither the Captain, Own.
ers nor Consignees of the
steamship Eswiek Park.
will be responsible tor
debts contracted by the Crew of satd
vessel. I. MILLS,
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Pa Steam Otvslon
Trains leave Pensacta for the Lttle
Bayou Big Bayou, Warriagton,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barracas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35aM -
S:50am ar Ft. Barrncas 10:a:
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pim
3:50pm ar Ft. Barraacas 4::3sE
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pin
*8:10pnm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:50pa,
Saturday only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Peasacola at-
8: 01am ar Pensaool 3:40p ,
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:4pan
5:15pm Ar Penmecola 5:55pa.
7:Opu ar Pensacola 7: 45pa
09:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pma
Electric car will leave Penaco!a
every hour from S a. m. to 10 p. m.
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and ao an until 10:10 p. m., with the
exception of the first ear leavgg Pea-
saeola at 6 a. Jn, which will, on s-
turning, leave the il3 Ba ea at 6:0
a. m., and the 23 m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above is the week day sche 'te
which w begin Friday, April 15.
Blectric car will leave Pensacola at
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. and
12:50. 1:50, 2:60. 3:60, 4:0, 5:50, 6:50.
8 9 and 10 p. m.. running through to
the Big Bayou, and Immediately re.
turning from Big Bayou to Pahmettg
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the traul
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this elaetr
car schedule and will work in connect.
tion with it.

PmaeIa, St. uitrws-

Gulf Stamship Co.
W. G. BARROW, Master.
And all peinte on St. Andrews ay,
Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 ,
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p.
m., for St. Andrews, M!Ilville, Apa-
lacnicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
For additional information apply &
E. R. COBB, President.
Gen. Frt. and Pass. gt-
Pensacola. Fla.
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2155 South Paaifcx, .up-tairs,.
aiiteb;e fc' club or officrM
705 Euth Paaisfx.
207 East Government.

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Block 169, New City tract, 20 lots, at $3500.00.
Block 168, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.90 per lot.
Soath hal of blocKi 148, New City tract overloking Bayou, S
Uts, at #16".60.
Block 11, Wew City tract ovedlooking Bayou, 20 lots, at $27M.
A ery esmiie Dwdling, s rooms, ow rmaoC North Hara
smet, at 60.00.
Dwelling North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregry-street,'at $304.0.

Twotory Dwelling. North Baylen street, $30.00.
Tweotory DweNing, No. 211 West Cervantes street, 8 rooms,
aodern conveniences, 30.00.
Also eating property and bargains can be had by calling on

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"sAoweng casne: F riTl. UIft Vera Cruz to F. 0. Howe & Co. fair, at their next regn'ar meeting.! W W of all kinds
Itrmerly ship's boat for Spanish was shot and seriously wounded Fert, Ital Tsr Parodi, 2697, Bosto Holmes otunty ineve r a failed to us.la
ser sla de Lure on, one of Deweys an enemy certain ction of the It's something that most men Goodwood, Br ss, Boog. 2313 Balt- that county to the fron-. anid it is not ho ce Line Cut Ga.
neare captures cty last lal. The ball enteretain appreciate. Some of them pay more to Wni. S. Keyser Co. likely that this will be the beginning athes and loks repaired and work delivered w
near the medallaoblongata. A certain pretty high to secure it; others Irchmoor, Br as, Curtis, 3078, New-. ot a wrong step. I.e ,
physician was called, bt upon learn- wear 'sm ready-to-wear and get castle to Gulf Transit Co. The preliminary announcement of avea afet vault ec constructed for our
ta fll canopy and is most corn- nj tured manot's father phyractitioan was ere it for half the money. Pecine, Aust ss Sarijanovich, 1463, the premiums to be awarded will be b w to ee all valuables.
table boat in the by. ined man amily pac ec. We don't ask you to take our Tampico to Gulf transit Co. out next week and the full premium O, 106 E. Wri in Br
Sdeclined to take the cai" etc., etc. word for the excellency of our Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, Huelva list will be out within a very short'
N- Now the public would like more of clothing, but it would to Master. time. i Pho0 1
AXKLEIN, . OWNER. son why the Metrols cannot ac- PLEASE US IMMENSELY Sicania, Ita! as, Bianchi, 2:Z8. Genoas From the inquiries being mari
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. cede to the resolution recently passe.l if you would come in and look to ulf s ranst Co. from individual exhibitors shown h ere
TesoE', 354a2aIdgn tbehwby that august body, the Duval Medi-fTelesfora, -pan ss Benoa, 2011t7 Is going to be shown here that will ; ...............
PHONES 35 and 1070. bythataugst body the al Medi at o merchanttal- Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co. surprise even those who think they! "I lli llill l llfillllit
cal Socor's man, we will guarantee to Vivinia, Spar. ss. 19., Bustinza, know what this section can produce.
One of Nature's cann o r'ss mapiwe wilganteo Tampa to Gulf Transit %0. Secretary Storrs went to Pensacola'.

General Dealer in aOn e of .Naure's roledle E ct of surprise you. Wanderer, Br Ital bk, 2Fer-666, w i connected wt ra or a e C u L Ra
eneral Dealer in Wild Strawberry. Paying just enough and get- DeGrogori Giobatta, Ital bk, Fer.#- a
ting satisfaction 'a air way. rari, 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow T__ ELY TS ...
We fit all sha s, $5 to $15. Pina kL +ucb erCo ..n. TERSELY T BUSINESS LOCALS. D=
cy s, Bicycle Su d i BAY EXCURSION wP Lu s" M s '5 mbr Cuo. ""'. 1268BUSINESS LOCALS & i pseh
from Genoa. to Rosasco Bros. -*1 b eat is completely within your control. A simple trnu of
Oceans, Port bk, Molcedo, 1123, New - - * makes a riot. moderate or slow fire.
Stgs. THIS AFrTERNOON Why PaOy Mnre? o to H. sar & Co. ,:
STIS ATERN N Why Pay More? Thomas It bk Garro. 803. to C. B. Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
CYCLES REPAIRED. Ca-ero. estimates o building and painting listed Com p for 13
CYCLES FOR RENT. The -bay ursofrtheWoman's-c.ooner and give personal attention to work.
CLE R RENT. r the Wom Harry W. Lews, Br sn. 279, Matan 923 E. Strong, and 824 East I Ru. -
S Safes Ca is, _sh Home wlm .be. givme this afternoon, u t A s o J. A. Merritt '&Co. streets. .
+- d t es. G u.ns Regi.ters, Type leaving fPalalox whar at 5:30 o'clock lesel, Am ach. Reynolds. 1215, Ba-- & w-l." P E Nl A OLA G 8 4
,.^ ,Guns, PistolsLoksand Um. and returnlt not ater than 10 o'clockleale. P
i Wo~sl ro Kn.ves, The tug NpUle aMnd a barge have timore to master.
Srs, sors, clves, ed a run will be made CAR eln .AtwoodAm sch, Watt. and retail ship ande and grocers.
bee, New 4 ......iYork to ord eC 'o r! CO "the ouy first-class house of the kind 27
to the Life vias Station where some in Pesacols. Fair prices to all. Pho
St complete Itfe a3 keys In the dne surf bathft .Iaii be enjoyed. PhOlIe'2rShips..
1 t. The fare will bIf ead 25 cents and Agoatine Terrizano, Ital bip. Cu. Why ise Inferior paper, when you. *l,_,._,_ll_
+~ ---~~ ~refremoait wj l w % ervd at ma11. ..... i 1 mera, 1170, LIverpool to mastw. mca bu Kelso pond. PrWAch Dimity, '- .. P -
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Abmpee. Ye. Shield DIe?
SU CRESOLUTENON OVER Pensacola College Nine AGAIN HeERE K s Bros.
G. AG W t vm I of your wife an chIN Hldren sure
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A", wearing clothes made a. p
t m "M Et 1 Sereta Storis Sas te -Electric Park. The Elswick Park, Which Tok k0t
ame, of them bought it because Take 3 o'clock car. Admittance, 15c.
it a, ,sa ie slower ce. dWSpps Swley + Exhibition Will B f st the Record Carp of Naval
it was worth. Men Cr s Ever Held In Southeast b;urtonw s; Touart p;b Quina 1 Stores, is in Port. Cal f
b nylth e is iftheyd we r b; W. Fisher.2nd b;F.- Blount, ss; I0
old on their merits at their The Duval Cousty Medical Society W. Leonard, 3rd b; 9. Bell,_If; G.
real value. If you wear cotton has, prompted by the alleged "med- R. W. Storrs, of DeFunlak, pub- Brent, cf; H. Quina, rf. The steamer Elswick Park, which
mixed clothes, insist on getting tl ethics," bitten off more than it can lsher of the Breese and the Stock-. arrived here Wednesday to load a
them for a low enough price-- masticate In Ue press muzzling reso- man, was in Pensacola yesterday in arrived here Wednesday to load aa
Don't pay more than their al ution adopted says the Jacksonville the interest of th West Florida ir T S cargo of timber, it will be remember t aod e eas for a to decide the re.
Metropolis. I which will be hel' in De Frunlak in -- -- ---I---i- 0 11 Is the same steamer which took from & ItoroM be esy lor you to decide he
THE BEST PLAN IS TO BUYm Many of the Ifystclans who haveI November. Mr. Storrs Is secretary of Co this port last year one of the largest
OUR GUARANTEED grown ay In th rvi.e while adher-: the Fair Association and is devoting McMillan B OS. 0. and most valuable cargoed of naval,
ALL WOOL. Ing to sensible and common rules a large part of his time to the enter- soes o avl f i 1
ALL WOOL. realize that many of the young physt- prise. ManufacturePr stores ever shipped from this port.
Not just as good," but abs clans are going too far in the so-called In speaking of the Fair to a Journal rs which consisted of 16,076 Imr-l
ltely the best in clothes, $10b medical ethics. To*d4y one physiclaun representative yesterday, Zecretary M bII AI of rosin and 4,000 casks of spirit
y t e best in clothes, $10 said that one of the principal obje.-- Storrs said: .IV.i.Ie, 4A1 of turpentine. I
o ons to having their names appear "We are going to have what I be- The entire cargo, amounting in all ,
in connection with casess was that lieve will be the biggest agricultural to over 20,000 barrels, was loaded -n inJ14t -%Ll IItlll?-
when a patient died hundreds of peo- fair and exhibit ever held in the south- A the record time of six days by ,Steve- PJg AOOwA
ple would say "Oh. he ought to have cast. In addition to the appropriation i I dore Thos. Kent, of this city, and the !o Wk
S W hId Dr-- and thls emphasizing made by the state legislature Be Fu- master states, notwithstandingthe ex- WS and
that the attending physician was in- nilak is raising a large sum and this, cellent dispatch given the vessel that
competent, together with private contributions, Naval Stores Market, the cargo when delivered at Rotter-n Manufacturers and Repairersof
This physical is not a member of will give us more to work on than we Savannah, Ga., July 20-The naval dam was in absolut ely first-class con FORGINGSMACIN AND AM HI SU
Ofitter Bo the medical octy anl says that f have ever had before." stores market closed to-day as fol-;ditin and only one barrel turpen- IND EASSU
tI verybody got. eli then the newspa- SecretaryoStorrs is very enthusiastic lows:wte In the entireaship was lost by ISFO
205 07 S P pers would watch it it hey left ou; over the rospectsfor a good fair WW$4 85 leakage on the voyage, all of which STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIAL
e 225. the name f attending physicians, which should and no doubt will have WG ..........................4 60 speaks well of Pensacola as a naval Prompt attention Rien to all orders day or nig
As Newspaper Men. the active support of every public N ...........................4 30 stores port. for James McKay t Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber
The medical society in its marvel- spirited citizen in West Florida. M .......................... 4 15 Chains of al descriptions.
1ous wisdom has decree thit news,- K ........................... 4 05 Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTM
EXCURSION am-"ers ca publish accidents when the "I suffered for month from sore .......................... 4 00
attending physician thinks them of throat. Electric Oil cured me In H n................... 3 ........3 h n5 HIS I lKll1P.0.
EXCURSION Rambler c interest. It resolves to tumnin twenty-four hours." M. S. Gist, Hawks- G ..........................3 87%
From 6:30 to 10 o'cooinformation in suchcases provided the ville, Ky. ........................... 3 82
papers omit the name of the doctor. E ........................... 3 70
Friday Evening July "Nay, nay. Pauline." D ........................... 3 45T I I
Friay Evening, July 21. The doctors are, as a rule. an in- MRS. J. GEO. WHTE SR. C ........................... II I 5
COME AND HAVE A GOOD T E. tligent set of mo.but tie newspaper S Spirits Turpentine, 59 cents. I T H E G O LD M IN E C A
_E.men prefer runnftg their Own busi- SUFFERS PAINFUL ACCIDENT
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 25 CENTS. nlss- The members of the newspaper New York Stock hMarket.
Paid at the Boatrar y do ot suggest tothe phy. New York, July 20.-pening prices and aa
clans how to perform an operation for
appendicitis or how to probe for a Mrs. J3. Geo. White, Sr., suffered a were not appreciably changed from
bullet. The newspaper pen will not very painful accident yesterday morn-'last night. Leading stocks which
FR ID AY ,discuss material medical with the ing, which resulted in the breaking moved at all did not vary more than OPEN DAY AN D N IGH ]
learned doctors, nor contend with of her left wrist. The accident oc- % or Y4 from previous prices. Among
them that they ought to write their curred at her home on East Gregorj the specialties American Woolen rose
E x*u prescriptions in plain English. The street. 1% and North American %. A.A. WilliamS Thinks W. F. Wil- MAINTAINS A FIRST-CLAIM SERVICE. WE SEND
B^ F lnu Ircu~d flh^i^ newspaper men, however frankly ac- Mrs. White was passing down the --- F AI TS ALS SE WE SEND
knowledge that they know as little steps in the rear of the house, when New York Con Future. mS Has ded Over OUTSIDE. HAVE ALL THE DELCACIES OF
E x c u r s i o n NewtY rke "dottor bu res. "a s Has Brooded O ye r
about the "doctor business" as the she tripped and fell, striking on her NewYorkJfTHE SEASON.
THE TUG doctor knows about the newspaper ar and breaking the wrist, sumopened easy. July offered 10.89 Au- e A usti Made
business. Dr. Frank G. Renshaw was sum-
M"Medical ethics!" moned and set the bone, and from re- gust 10.83; September offered 10.93; Againt Phone 536, two rings,
M O N-fMA R C H "Now, wouldn't that jar you?" ports last night the lady was resting October 11.00; November 10.95; DeAgainSt im.
Newspaper men have i little "ethics"I easy, though the Injury is very pain- cember 11.02; January 11.07; March G EO A C O B SO N
will run the following schedule of their Own. It's hustling for th ful. offer 11.1 ; April offered 11.18; May A Aea
news aad attending to their own busi- 11.1811.20. A.. Williams, of Century, a brother_ l *
FRIUAY ARF ERNOO ness. -Cur Bright' Disease. *"4,1 of Win. eT. Williams, who is in jail, -- -
SFRIDAY AFTERNOON medical ethics often drive talented Cured Bright's Dias Cotton Market Conditions. charged with murder reached the cityl
Leave City for Life-Saving Station, young doctors to drink. A young man Geo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills New York, July 20.-The cotton yesterday, coming herforthe puri
4:00. can emerge from a medical college Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I hadmarket opened easy at unchanged pose of seeing his brother and
Leave Life-Saving Station for Gulf, with distinguished honors and pos- kidney disease for many years andfo prices to a decline of 7 points and engaging counsel to defend him. He:
4:45. sessing much talent in his chosen ad been treated ed unsettle a d durtelin t p t abl he awle e tb d I
Return to LIfe-Saving Station, 5:45. Profession. He searches for an invit-twelve r ad taken a well known red see sheriff believing the wisest poer, ath
:00.of his diligent studies. He settles i that were recommended but got no siderable bear presliire owing to the of the jail.
Arrive Pensacola, 8:45. a city when be-hold, medicall ethics relief until I began using Foley's Kid- easier cables, favorable weather, in- Mr. Williams called at The Journal rang in our iepe
Arve Pensacola. 84bhold,"meicalth."rardaaieg r aur he ind iffe in our iet
says: ney Cure. The first half bottle re- creasing receipts an theindifferentoffice during the (lay and gave out a -:r.e its purpose. It
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS The Disadvantag lived me and fourbottles have cured spot demand, while bulls were notag- statement regarding the business ats and we love it
The Disadvantages, ,me of this terrible digLe se. Before 1gressive in supporting the market. Century. He said that he sold out' did
"Dont let anyone know you are I began taking Foley's Kidney cure About the only demand was the profit Ithe storethere about five weeks ago.
here. An announcement of your name I had to make water about every taking of scalping shorts on a scale but again went into business; that
and profession in the columns of a 'fifteen minutes, day and night, and down. Prices were about 17 to 19 when Messrs. Bobe and Dansby came' An Fnd mA
4 CAPTAIN newspaper means that other phyti- ppased a brick-dust substance, and points net lower during the middle of to Century they found there someW
clans will boycott you." The new sometimes a slimy substance. 1 be- the morning. goods from the store of John White.i
SOT comer, however, must thus suffer for lieve I would have died if I had not These goods, he said, had been pur- PoliCy
the benefit of the old and established taken Foley's Kidney Cure." W. A. New Orleans Cotton Futures chased from the store of Yr. White
BU p bysiciatns. toI D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary. New Orleanst uand had been paid for by himself. anle
PLAUNCHE teachers attend to the spiritual New Orleans July 20.--Market quiet t hi b ha eain wi,. serve a noble p
LAUNCHEwant and no ethics in their cae and steady. Jly 10100. A us that his brother hail explained hisase of death. It ma
causes them to prevent the publication T 1.86 bid; September 10.90 asked; Oc- ig it by one hof the cerk. r. W;-- ro va e behind from de
CUPID, ROBT. L. E., NANCY AND of names and spiritual remedies. tober 10.88@10.89; November 10.890@ ams says that the in resron pr e- I ae behind afrom da
EDNA S., Doctors attend to the physical needs UU i 10.91; December 10.92@10.93;' January vails that he nd his oth- hadres o Ld. Tnao a
and are supposed to alleviate the suf- 10.90@10.98. money with which to go into business. bond. Take one out
terings of the unfortunate. If they are len and Intenden a This an erroneous impression, he remind you.
can be chartereD, by the hour, day or equal to the emergency why should .y an lne naays, as is father and mother mort-
week. Terms, reasonable. they object to their names being pub- ? M aged their home in order to start he M liA f t V D E fl
FishingJ Tackle and Cookint Ut*R lished? Why should they object t. W. H 3IE Nin l 11 l and his brother up in business at
sU furnish aed if desired ngd being mentioned in connection with a r i r r i Century. lVaU I IU I T P F I
noble profession and meritorious MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL Relative to the trag-dy he stateI AGENTS NEW YORK LI FE INSURANCE CO.
PHONE 204. work? TRY AND GAME IN SEASON. that he believed that his brother ha'l 7 SJTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 700L
A Suggestion Made. -- Cleared. brooded over the accusation mal AAdeF STEET. PHONE .
a- *B E l i It has been suggested to the Me FREE DELIVERY. Fert, Ital as, Paroi. 2f97, for Genoa, against him to the effect that he hadl' PENSACOLA, FLA.
OWNEo-polis that inasuochS U som oho with 40.000 s ft 4 aw timber, 201,000 taken goods from the store, until nsi
OWNER. physicians object to their names b'e.l PW.l JONES, MANAGER. s ft lumber, 4.902 tons phosphate rock. mind had become affe.'el. He said
WiRHng mentioned in connection With thei'-- ^400 bales cotton, 11,025 pcs oak staves all goods that came from the store of- --_
sick and injured, that newspapers on-I PHONE 895. 600 bbls rosin. Mr. White had beei pa l for, and thi.
-"--""--- ly publish the!r names in the death! Sailed. his brother knew, and thar when n'
and burial notices. This would notI August Belmont, Br ss, for Tampico. has accused itn ecna e enuantuepltproe.nnO,
violate "medical sthica" and the under-; ______ his mind until he became in~ane. C u o m '
taker can always furnLsh the same1 VESSELS IN ORT.---
LHPof the attendir. physician. hne THAT a.PREPARING FOR THEs
h LJf The Metropolis prefers to handle its BraWEST FLORIDA FAIR.
news stories in its own way, however, ILas Palma5 to Fr. J. Schreyer.
the medical society to the contrary. aEs, Johnon, 1 a The DeFuniakBree says: The
Ope to charter by private parties if the resolution adopted by the LL-DRESSED Export Lumber Co. county commissioner. of Holmes
OD fishing trps, bathing, or other medical society was fully carried out, Elfl, Brss, Nielsen 129, Pomaron county will take up the matter of ap On Jewelry, Dia
afmer recreation, this is about the way the average to J. A. Merritt & Co. pointing a commissioner o see about Watches d Val
"ethical doctor would write up a Elswick Park. Br s.s. Mills, 2208, an exhibit from that county at thai; Watchs, and yah
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