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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1905.


HE JOURNAL'S Want W
is always read by nearly
people.


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GUNBOAT BENNINGTON BLOWN UP;



ALL ON BOARD KILLED OR INJURED


Thirty=Nine Killed Outright and Between Seventy DOWNFALL OF THE


and Eighty in the Hospital at San Diego,

Cal., Many of Whom Will Die--Death

List May Reach Sixty.


fRIGHTt UL

EXPLOSION


Tor Cr-eat Hole in Vessel Which
was Beached to Prevent
Sinking.


DEFECTIVE BOILER


si; :vet to Be Cause of the Hor-
rible Disaster.

<' HL\DRED AND FORTY-ONE
$, ALTIES REPORTED TO NA-
v DEPARTMENT INCLUDING 39
St S -C COMMANDER YOUNGi
.;--.E AT TIME ACCIDENT OC-
S, ED-TOTAL COMPLEMENT
C- \ESSEL 191 MEN.

By Associated Pres.
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:hrful explosion of one of:
o it the 'niied Statesi
at San Diego har-,
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CARICATURE SKETCH OF J. M. JUSSERAND,
French Ambassador t o the United States.


MURDER IN MICHIGAN

STA TE INSANE AS YLUM

FEMALE PATIENT BRAINS ROOMMATE WHILE UNDER THE IM-
PRESSION THAT A MAN WA S TRYING TO KILL HER.
BOTH WERE VICTIMS OF SUICIDAL MANIA

By Associated Pres, thus affected room together to keep
Travers City. Mich. July 21.-Mrs. watch over each othec. Mrs. Berge
Mary Larkins, a patient in the state also attempted to brain a nurse, but
asiyum here was murdered to-day by I was overcome by the attendants. Mrs.
Mrs. Ernestine Berge, another patient. Berile seemed dazed, at one time.
while the attendant was absent from knowing nothing of the murder, and
the room. Mrs. Larkins's head was the next moment saying she had the
crushed with a granite iron vessel, nightmare and thought a man was
Ho:h women were victims of suicidal trying to kill her and she attempted
mania and were roommates as patients to defend herself.


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EX-DETECTIVE

GETS 14 YEARS


-" am,: 'i~,00 anl,1 By Assoelated Pres. By Asociated Press.
a, er he m- Montreal. uly 21.-The American Chicago, July 21.-Daniel E. Kip-
Sa i1 and part o boat Manchester won the second race ley, former city detective, nephew of
x p P': ed boil- for the international trophy cup. de- former Chief of Police Joseph Kipley,
ri,". hons-. f(ating the Canadian yacht Alexan- was taken to Joliet penitentiary to-day
d ria. Another victory to-morrow will to begin his sentence of fourteen
EFORTY-NE give America the cup. years for the murder of Joseph Hop-
D FORTYNEkins in 1902.
The nav SENTENCED TO QUIT Kipley shot Wilkins in a quarrel
Te nav d' DRINKING FOR LIFE. founded on jealousy over a woman.
a. dispatch
S f he BP By Associated Pres.
nant Pear, i Lexington. Ky.. July 21.-A pledge ATTEPT TO ASSASSINATE
: ad. seventy- to abstain from the ase of liquor for
o: missing life. was the penalty imposed by Coun- THE SULTA OF TURKEY
S to die be- ty Judge Bullock on Joseph Neal to-
re i141 casu- day. th alternative being a heavy By Associated Press
Sfine. ., fi n Bulzaria July 21.-It is re-


-IE BENNINGTON. ment consisted of sixteen ofcers and
S191 men.


'!.-The gun-
:.r hip to DETAIL FROM 'FRtWCO
crd. having AMONG THE CREW.
:1-:,,n.l. tonnare,
Hr length is Washington, July L 1-Te navy de-
me. a* n draft apartment has just received a.telegram
S1.71 tons and from Sln FrancFlsco mayn that the
has a battery detail of 27 enlisted men who were re-
-:Iuns of small- cently ordered by the navy department
: ...-d among the' to be sent to S9a Digo for the Ben-
i cruisers de- ningtou left an Franko July 17 and
Sin shallow wa- went aboard Jalr 18i therore are
-: ] .'. Her omple-l amoag the B*[ e t a 5ttwF .


ported officially from Constantinople'
that an attempt was made p assassi
nate the Sultan of Turkey tddy.


BALFOUR MINISTRY


TDDefeat of British Government in

IflUE UF KiURL House of Commons May


UNAFFECTED


BY WAR


Retiring Minister to Heomit King-
-J-_ Int -.. _. . i-nI.._ J


Have this Result.


INTENSE INTEREST THROUGH-
OUT ENGLAND REGARDING POS-
SIBLE ACTION OF GOVERNMENT.
BALFOUR RECEIVED IN AU-
DIENCE BY KING EDWARD.

By Associated Press.


non ulScusses influnraT London, July 21.-There Is intense
interest everywhere regarding the ac-
the Conflict. tlon of the government as a result of
its defeat in the House of Commons
last night. At the brief session to-day
By Asociated Press. which adjourned to Moncay it was not
Seattle, Wash.. July 21.-Dr. Horace known whether the incident was of
Newton Allen, retiring envoy extr-' sufficient importance to torce the resig-
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary nation and downfall of the Balfour
from the United States to Korea, was ministry.
a passenger on the steamship Min-- Premier Balfour was received in
nesota on his way to Washington to audience by King Edward during the
surrender his portfolio. Dr. Allen has day.
been minister eight yeirs and in thel The house of commons sat barely
consular and diplomatic service for half an hour to-day and then adjourn-
fifteen years. He has resided in Korea' ed to await the government's deci-
twenty-one years. He stated that he sion regarding its future coure of ac-
retires voluntarily, his term of office tion in view of the defeat of the min-
having expired. 'istry last night on John Redmond'a
Discussing the influence of war on motion to reduce the vote of the Irish
Korea, he said: I lld commission.
"The trade of the country has not' The house was packed in every
suffered. As a matter of fact, trade part. Much excitement was visible
in the aggregate has incrased. T1e on all sides and there was a disposi-
first battle was fought at a point, tion to view the defeat of the govern-
twenty-five miles from the city in meant as more serious than it was gen-
the harbor of Chemulpo, and three rally regarded in the early hours
Russian warships were sunk. After this morning. Immediately after the
that nothing unusual occu-red ta Seoul, house had assembled, Sir Henry
save the marching of troops through Campbeli-Baanerman. the liberal lead-
the city to the north. The Rty was er, moved its adjournment, declaring
always full of Japavesee' ,liers, but that it would be unseemly under the
they were under splendid discipline circumstances to proceed with buli-
and perfect order was maintained." ness while the government was con-
sidering its position. Premier Balfour
IMMI Y DRITT however, declined to adjourn tlT
JIiVI D I house until the bill dealing with the&
differences of the Scottish United Free
THE WtINI R church and the free church had pass-
ed. This was quickly accomplished.
the house rose and the excited meem-
By Associated Press bers swarmed into the lobbies eagerly
San Francisco. July 21.-Jimmy discussing the probable decision of
Britt and Kid Sullivan met at Wood- the cabinet which has been summoned
ward's pavilion in a contest for the to meet this afternoon. The view that
light weight championship of the, the government will resign, however,
world. After severely punishing Sul- is not held in circles generally well.
livan during the most part of twenty Informed of the government's inten-
mounds Britt receivedd the decision, lions and it is reiterated that the
Britt was a heavy favo-ite in the bet- resignation of the Baifour ministry
ting ring, the odds being 10 to 4 is not likely in view of the almost
against Sullivan. A large crowd was practical certainty that the govern-
iu attendance. Each man tipped the ment will be rehabilitated by its nor-
scales at 133 pounds. Jack Welsh of mal majority on the trial of strength
San Francisco refereed. July 24. to which the opposition for-
mally challenged the ministry.
[i OW rIRI o The unionist member, of the house
YELLOW FEVER of commons are busily signing a me-
morial to the premier against either
IN NEW ORLEANS resignation of the government or thI
dissolution of parliament. In the
unionist centers like the Carlton club
By Associated Press. it is confidently assertel that Mr. Bal-
Mobile. July 21.-A quarantine four will stand or fall according wt
against New Orleans was put on th;s the outcome of Monday's motion of
afternoon and quarantine inspectors censure.
were placed on all northbound trains
from New Orleans. This is the result
of the discovery of yellow fever in TOW N ALMOST
New Orleans by three physicians sent
to investigate. WASHD WAY
WASHED AWAY

BASEBALL
By Associated Press.
July2 Louisville, July 21.-Geogetown, In-
1 diana, a town about twelve miles west
By Associated Pre. of New Albany on the Southern Rail-
way was almost washed away by a
cloudburst to-day. Water in the main
Southern League. streets was three feet deep, and great
New Orlean3 5, Atlan'a 1. damage was done to stores and other
Little Rock 4, Birmingnam 8. property. So far as can be learned
Memphis 4, Nashville 2. no lives were lost.
Shreveport-Montgomery, rafn.
American League. W IF MISTAKEN
Detroit 8, Washington 7.IE MIS
St. Louis 3. Philadelphia L2
Chicago 2, New York 1. FOR A BURGLAR
Cleveland 0. Boston 6.


National League.
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburg 7, (First
Game.)
Philadelphia 5, Pittsbrrg 1, (Second
Game.)
Brooklyn 1. Cincinnati 5.
Boston 2, Chicago 3.
New York 1, St. Louis 2.
South Atlantic League.
Augusta 2, Charlesto. 1.
Jacksonville 2, Columbia 1.
Savannah 1, Macon 3.


By Associated Press.
Birmingham. July 21.-William Early,
check weighman at the Sloss-Sheffield
Steel and Iron Company at Coalburg,
shot and fatally injured his wife last
night, thinking her a burglar. Mrs.
Early had gone to the back porch to
get the baby some water. As she
returned her husband thought a burg-
lar was entering and reached for a
pistol firing the fatal shot while only
half awake.


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ANOTHER VICTORIA


FOR HBE JAPANESE


MILLIONAIRE AN


AUTOMOBILE


VICTIM


Machine Collided With a Buggy
While Runinng Forty Miles
an Hour.

M. T. HANCOCK KILLED AND HIS
WIFE AN'D TWO CHILDREN IN-
JURED IN ACCIDENT ON THE
STREETS OF LOS ANGELES.

By Associated Press.
Los Angeles, Cal., July 21.-M. T.
Hancock, the well known millionaire
inventor and manufacturer, is dead as
the result of an automobile accident in
this city late last night, in which also
his wife, son and daughter were seri-
ously injured. lie died at the Receiv-
ing hospital without recovering con-
sciousness.
The party, in a large machine, were
traveling forty miles an hour on South
Main street near Forty-eighth street,
where the machine collided with a
buggy. The car swerved to the curb-
stone and crashed into a telephone
pole, demolishing it and hurling the
occupants to the street.
Following are the injured:
Mrs. M. T. Hancock, cut and seri-
ously bruised.
Eugenia Hancock, left arm broken,
concussion of the brain.
Eugene Hancock, Jr., severely cut
and bruised.
J. Saul, dairyman, scalp wound and
internal injuries. Saul was the driver
of the buggy into which the automo-
bile dashed. He was thrown from his
vehicle to the street and severely hurt.
M. T. Hancock, Jr., a sixteen-y.ar-
old boy, was driving the mhhlae At
the time of the accident. With him
in the front seat was his younger
brother. Newton Hancock, who was
the only member of the party to es-
cape unhurt. In the rear seat was
Hancock, his wife and daughter. All
were hurled to the pavement by the
terrific impact of the machine against
the curbing and telephone pole, and
several of them were rendered un-
conscious. They were promptly re-
moved to the receiving hospital. The
machine was wrecked.
Hancock was known here as one of
the most reckless automobile drivers
in the city. He has been in the police
court on different occasions for driv-
ing his machine in excess of the speed
limit and on one occasion, a few
months ago, he was fined $150 fo fast
driving. He paid the fine at the time
with a check which he insisted should
bear the inscription across its face.
"For driving an automobile sixty
miles an hour in the city of Ios An-
gcles."

ACCOMMODATIONS

FOR PEACE ENVOYS
By Associated Press.
Victoria, B. C.. July 21.-The steam-
er lyo, which has arrived from Japan,
brought among her passengers Capt.
O. Kamimura, Capt. H. Ogura, Fleet
Engineer H. Yamada and Lieut. Com-
mander Sato, Japanese officers detach-
ed from Togo's fleet since the battle
of Tsushima and sent to England to
take over the battleship Katori, re-
cently launched, which they will take
to Japan at the close oF the war. A
crew will be sent to England by the
Suez route for the battleship, which
is one of the two being built in Eng-
land.


ANTI-PASS BILL
KILLED IN HOUSE
By Associated Press.
Atlanta, July 26.-The bill prohibit-
ing the giving of free passes by rail-
roads and franks by telephone and
telegraph companies to state officials,
introduced into the legislature by
Joseph Hall, of Bibb county, known
as the "Anti-Pass" bill, was kill-
ed in the house of representative to-
day..


Admiral Sigsbee's Fleet

Due at Chesapeake To-day


By Associated Press.
Norfolk, Va., July 21.-'Ihe com-
mandant's office at the Norfolk navy
yard reported at 11:15 o'clock this
morning that Admiral Sigsbee's fleet,
bearing homeward the body of Ad-
miral John Paul Jones, was in com-
munication with Cape Henry wireless
telegraob station. The report said


that the North Atlantic battleship
squadron, in two divisions, under Ad.
mirals Evans and Davis, which went
to sea to meet the fleet bearing the
body of Admiral Jones, was close to
Admiral Sigsbee's fleet.
It is accepted that the squadron
will arrive at Chesapeake bay to-mia
sow mornhag.


WHICH DO YOU WANT?

Good seran read the ad They hve learned t tha e bcst plaes art to be
obtaind i tat way, wthout haring to pay commio Most od the poorer servants
camot read at all.
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Russian Detachment Defeated
After a Desperate
Struggle.


POSITIONS HIDDEN


Impossible for Jap Gunners to
Make Correct Observation.

NEARLY FIVE HUNDRED RUS.
SIANS HAVE BEEN CAPTURED
ON SAKHALIN, INCLUDING FIF.
TEEN OFFICERS-AMBASSADOR
IMYER AFTER RUSSIAN GOVERN-
MENT FOR SETTLEMENT.

By Associated Press.
Tokio, July 21.-A special telegram
from Otarn says that the Russians a'-
feated at Daline were about five hun-
dred strong with six field and three
machine guns and taking the fullest
advantage of the topographical char-
acter of the district, offered the most
desperate resistance. The Russian
positions were hidden among a thick
forest and it was impossible for the
Japanese gunners to make a correct
observation. The cannonade, howev-
er, was opened on the morning of July
7, and was kept up until dusk. The
Japanese infantry gradually gained
ground, closing in on the enemy's line
of defense awaited an opportunity for
the final charge. It was nearly two
hours past midnight when the enemy's
first line of defense, strengthened by
the barricades and trenches, was ta-
ken. This success was vigorously fol-
Ilowed up, but it was not until 9 o'clock
on the morning of July 8 that the en-
emy was driven out of the second line
of his defense and victory secured,
with trophies of four field and one
machine gun. The nature of the
ground exposed the Japanese assail-
ants to a great disadvantage and risks.
It was believed that owing to the
short supplies of ammunition and pro-
4*mw-the Russians at Sakhalin could
not hold out meh longer.
Surrendered Russians.
Tokio July 21.-(9:30 a. m.)--t is
cfficiaNy announced that the Russians
-who have thus far surrendered at
various points of ISakhalin island num-
ber 44;1, including one colonel and
fourteen other officers.
An imperial ordinance was issued
this morning authorizing the appoint-
ment of non-commissioned officers
from the reserve conscripts, also con-
verting those of sundry service rank
into privates of fighting rank.
Ambassador Myer Busy.
St. Petersburg. July 21.-Ambassa-
dor Myer is making representations to
the government regarding the British
steamer Oidhamia (burned by the
Russians at Drup Island) in behalf of
the American consignors of her cargo
of oil. The ambassador is endeavor-
ing to hasten the sitting of the prize
court, but the government is without
irformanion in regard to the capture
or fate of the ship.

OFFICE MAY BE

DECLARED VACANT

By Associated Press.
-'opeKa, as.. July 21.--State'rreai-
turer T. T. Kelley to-day refused the
formal demand of Governor Hoch to
give bond for 8750.000 to cover his
bond which is impaired by the failure
of C. J. Devlin, who was one of Kel-
ley's principal bondsmen and the
governor declared he would declare
'the office of state treasurer vacant be-
cause of Kelley's refusal.

TWENTY DEATHS

DUE TO HEAT

By Associated Press.
Chicago, July 21.-Twenty death
have been added to the list of Chi-
cago mortalities due to the blightinu
heat of the first three days of this
week. Of this number seven were
adults and others were infants.
The cool weather which came with
northerly breezes Wednesday cen-
tiues.


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BARK ARRIVES

WITH CHALK


ONE LAUNCHED RECENTLY AT THE HUDSON REACHES HERE


MARINE RAILWAY IS NOW
ALONGSIDE PALAFOX
WHARF.

The new schooner, which was
launched la.t week at the marine rail-
way, wa- towed over to the city yes-
terday and is now lying alongside of
Palafox wharf. The vessel was built
ly Saunders & Co., and will be added
to the fishing fleet of that firm as
boon as she is ready for sea. She was
constructed under the supervision of
Captain Brown.
The new vessel is a handsome one,
and was much admired yesterday by
parties wno visited the wharf. She is
neat and trim, and her model is such
that she will be able to make good
speed.
The work of fitting in the masts,
placing ice boxes and other work will
be commenced at once at Palafox
wharf. The masts are now in readi-
ness to be placed in position, and it
is expected that within the course of
a few weeks she will be ready for
sea.
The government officials will to-day
take th2 measurement of the new
crft which has not yet been named.


To Wool


Your patronage,
need we offer
you a better ino'
ducement than
Foot Comfort?
You will be sure
to gett tif you
let us fit your
feet to a pair of
our

$2.50
Ladies' Oxfords,
Tan or Black,
light or heavy
soles, or a pair
of our

$3.50

Ladis' or Misses
Oxfords, the
acme of perfcc,
tionr all styles
all leathers all


Am Take a Look, By

If Yo PIane


Meyer Shoe Co


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FROM LONDON WITH SEVEN
HUNDRED TONS.

The bark Hudson, after a lengthy
voyage, arrived in port yesterday
morning from London, bringing in a
cargo of chalk, which will be dis-
charged here, and presumably sent
out to the whiting factory near Gould-
ing.
The vessel's cargo consists of 700
tons, and she will go alongside of one
of the Louisville and Nashville
wharves, where it will be unloaded
Into care preparatory to being ship-
ped out,
This Is among the first cargoes of
chalk ever brought to this port. In ad.
edition to the chalk the vessel was
compelled to carry one hundred tons
of rock ballet.
JEROME WAS NOT
GUILTY OF MURDER.
Chicago, July 21.-The grand Jury
has released W. C. Jerome, who claims
to be a cousin of William T. Jerome,
district attorney of New York. from
the charge of murdering Charles
saure.
The death of Faure occurred last
Sunday. Jerome hid at the top of the
stairs leading from the R'reet to apa-t-
ments occupied by Faure and Mrs.
Jerome, and after a struggle with the
man, wnom he charge I with ruining
his home, threw him down the stairs
to the pavement below. Faure's head
struck the sidewalk, and he died from
his injuries in a few hours.
AMERICAN JOCKEY
LOST ENGLISH RACE.
London, July 21.-At the Sandowni
Park Eclipse meeting to-day the:
Eclipse stakes of 10.000 soversigns
were won by M. Blanc's Val d'Or,
which defeated the derby winner,
Cicero. Maher, the American jockey,l
rode Cicero, I-ord Roseberry's hitherto
unbeaten colt, who started a warth
favorite at 13 to 8 on.
Buy it Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is certain to be needed
sooner or later and when that time
comes you will need it badly-you will,
need it quickly. Buy it now. It may'
save life. For sale by all druggists.


Her Ide of Neeesstles.
The young man was interviewing the
stern parent of the only girl in the
world. "Of course, sir," he said, "my
salary is not colossal, but I can give
her all the necessities of life and some
of its luxuries."
"My dear Mr. Softly," replied the
stern parent, "you have scarcely im-
proved your time in her society if you
; do not know that she considers all the
luxuries of life far more necessary
than the necessities."
Tle V e Idleness.
Of all vices to which young men be-
come slaves idleness is by no means the
least. It is a vice easily contracted in
youth and hard to throw off In man-
hood or old age. Unfortunately It Is
not generally looked upon as an evil in
the sense that drinking, gambling and
debauchery are evils, yet its Influence i
is no less certain In breaking down
character and sapping physical and In-
tellectual strength. -Portland Orego"
nian.
It Wasmnt Help That Was Waated.
Mrs. Hiram Offen-Insert this adver-
tisement for a girl but for goodness'
sake don't put "Help Wanted" over it.
Clerk-No? Mrs. Hiram Offen-No.
That implies that I expect to do most
of the work myself. The last girl I got
this way held me to that.-Philadelphia
Pres.
Msealtyam thbe speakers.
"The lady in the purple waist Is out
of order." announced the presiding of- i
beer at a recent woman's convention.
"The lady In the gray foulard has the
floor."
Who says women are not parllamen-
tartans?-Pittaburg Post
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TERMS. lieve I would have diell if I had not nf
TRStaken Foley's Kidney (: ir." W. A.
HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW D'Alemberte, druggist an(' apothecary. Customers
PRICES. Te only one of Itn Kind.
Clutter Music House, On an evening somewhere about the Ltecause we turn out such
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Prity and Cleanliness


Characterize Our


Ice Creams,


Cold Drinks and


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

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ed at the door of the Rose theater in
London. He was going to see a new
piece called "Titus Andronicus," and
Sin order to follow it In the native lan
guage he bought a copy of the play,
price sixpence, at the theater door.
When he went home to Sweden be took
the book with him to show his wife
and friends what strange stuff the
foreigner ranted. For 800 years it was
preserved and in 1904, being discov-
Sered in the home of a countrywoman,
was transferred for safety to the Lund
university. The book is the only one
of its kind known to exit.
Matelnmklta Ns Fra ee.
A recent writer says of the commer-
I al side of matchmaking in France:
'*In most French marriages money
plays the important part. The firs
question asked by the young man is,
*How much As a rule, It is an easy
matter to ascertain without applying
directly to the papa, but even when no
question of dowry to raised at the tfrm-
al demand there is always a on-.
tract drawn up by a notary, wcbk
i pecfi~ S exact sum the girl i-
I ceiw."


IMPURE WATER
1 h DIne mrs* C 1 0 1- l
ariaoe Dysentery, Colera Mor.
Sbut the Fatal Hot heater coe-
plants. Duffy's Pre Malt Whis
key is Prescribed by Doctor Every.
wre as a Sure PuiouUiq.
If you are going to the seashore or oontry.
St.ide for your summer vacation don't fail to
take a bottle of Dufls with you. The greater
ihare of the summer hotels and country farm-
houses depend almost entirely upon impure
wells and u 1 Laten cistens for their water
mply. Trem, in moot caes the drinking water
Sf altered, but think of the millions of tiny,
minute germ. which escape even the finest
screened filter and cause typhoid, cholera mor-
bus and bowel trouble. Examine a seemingly
pure gla of drinking water under a powerful
microscope and you willbe horrified to find the
Aw or nusmm war*an sMms water swarming with disease germs. Docto
mAO rTUa. of all schools say to put a teaspoonful of

uffy's Pme Malt Whiskey
In ery glass of water you drink. It destroys the germs, cools the blood and strength.
as the system. It is the positive cure for cramps, dysentery, sunstroke, cholera morN
bus, congestive chills and weak stomachs. Dufl's contains no tisel oil, and is the only
whiskbtey recognized by theGovernment as medicine. Doctors for fifty years have used it.
CAUTION-0HWisam eshrekruy's hm ye themL*et. Las ler the trade.
s uk. the Ol Cdhesml, eamothe b el.Md e t tles everthecorwkismbrekese AH
S~ r s oem r dnssi rsl t 0l.a-aes. fed iallbeekit free. DuRy's Malt W hi

EUGENE ARBONA, Distributor.
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CREW OF CAUCUS The Card THE AVEY LAW


Index System
WILLLEAVE ndSyte--m N A TEST
I& the most convenient
Sand accurate system for
Shas yet been devised.
Tl-IIeiHT CAcounts whie

You can buy complete
And it is Expected that the New Card Index Jacksonville Negro Who Violated
Dredge Will Reach Here Outfits ts Provisions Held to the
Outfits
Within Two Weeks. H Criminal Court
Here.
The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
The crew of the new dredge Caucus, ; Andrew Patterson (colored) was ar-
built for Pensacola harbor at Spar- rested on a car of the North Jackson-
rows's Point will leave this city to- ville line yesterday afternoon on their
night for New York, where they will charge of violating the Avery law by,
go on board the dredge and take G sitting in a seat of said car reserved,
charge of the various positions which I for the exclusive use of white people.
they have been secured to ill. .L JOIDSD, Pr. The arrest was instigated by Wetmore
The selection of the crew for the & Purcell, the well-known colored at-'
Caucus was made by Captain J. E. torneys to make a test case.
Turtle, the United States assistant __ .. Patterson was arraigned' this fore-
engineer, and in picking the men he noon for a preliminary hearing before
secured the est ones available. t Justice Willard and the only witnesses
was the desire to get home men to heard were Constable Lightbody who
man the Caucus, as the department M II made the arrest, and tue colored con-
believed that they would not only give. ductor, who endeavored to eject Pat-
better satisfaction, but also would be terson from the seat he was occupy-
better satisfiedthan i men wee Special to The Journal. ing. The defendant was held in $100
It is expected that the Caucus will Marianna, Fla., July 21.-The county bail for trial to the criminal court.
reach Pensacola within the course of commissioners of Jackson county have A writ of habeas corpus was sued
the next two weeks, as she is now voted to build a couit louse to cot. out by the defendant's attorneys anti
almot reart- to proceed on her voyage $45,000 and also voted $10,000 to fu. will be presented to Judge Call tais
around to Pensacola. nish same, making total cost $55,000. afternoon. The writ states that the
It is pmesun id that she will begin The sheriff surprised some of th-' petitioner further showsthat the law
dredging as son as shereache th "country boys" gambling, and arrested | creating the supposed offense for which
port. four. Each was fined $25.00 by Judge he is arrested is unconstitutional, null
Carter, as it was their first offense. and void, for the reason that the said
The next time they will be sentenced law, known as the "Avery street carj
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dol- to the full extent of the law. law," seeks to divide or separate the
Iars Earned. The large building of J. H. Carter white and colored passengers while'
The average man does not save t is under headway. It will be four riding on street cars.
exche erage man does not save stories and the basemen- will be used Said law is unconstitutional be
exceed ten per cent of his earning for a restaurant and markets. Tae cause:
,n must spend nine dollars in living first floor will contain four stores and First-Section two (2) of said street
eingthe casevhe cannot be too careful the postoffice, the second story offices car act Is vague and uncertain.
but unnece r exensnot be too rel and armory and the third story will Second-Said act is in violation of
about unnecessary expenses. Veryot be a Masonic Hall. the fourteenth amendment of the con-
ten a few cents properly invested, like The building will be 80 feet high stitutlon of the United States of Amer-
buying seeds for his garden, will save and 100 feet front. The front will be ica, in that it denies to a certain class
several dollars outlay later on. It is of plate glass and built of white press- of colored citizens an equal protection
th sameinbuying Chamberlain's Col- ed brick. It will be in every way of the law.
Ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It modern. Third-Because section seven (7)
costs but a few cents, and a bottle of Miss Julia Lee of Penracola, is th of the act not only gives to certain
It in the house often saves a doctor's guest of Miss Annie Dickinson at portion of colored people. to-wit, col-
bill of several dollars. For sale by all Greenwood.ord nurses having the care of white
druggists. ss Patte Holder entertainedde- d urses having the care of white
dr .iss.Pattie Holder entertained de'children and colored servants inis
lightfully at cards Wednesday after-. charge of sick white people, rights and
1 UNCAS AND OSCEOLA noon. immunities denied to other colored,
REACHTHE NAVY YARD. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Russ with their people, c rary to the fourteenth
little girl Frances returned Thursday amendment of the constitution of the
from an outing St St. Andrews bay. United States of America, but also
Th'e naval tugs Uncas and Osceola Court is still in session and cases United States of America, hut also
reached Pensacola Thursday nigh:, are set for July 28. Seven criminals renders said law special, and not gen-
coming from Key West, where the were sent off this week. eral, contrary to section twenty (20).
Uncas is stationed. The latter ves- article three (3), of the constitution of
sel towed the Osceola to this port. the state of Florida.
The Osceola is to undergo repai-s NEW S' Of "LITTLE Fourth--aiof law is in violation o
at the navy yard, which will be quite section two (2) of the fourteenth
extensive and will necessitate her re- JN I 999 CAMP amendment of the constitution of the
maining here for several months. JO U Nfl NIECAMvi United States of America. which de-
nies any state the right to pass any
law abridging the rights and privi-
SCIENCE SETTLES IT. A crowd, insisting of pine young leges of citizens of the United States.
men from'the city are spending this Fifth--Said law is a denial to peti-
Dandeuff Is Caused by a Germ That week camping at Mrs. Morgan's place tioner of the process of law as guaran-
Saps the Hair's Vitality, across the bay and have named their teed by the fourteenth amendment of
It now a settled fact that dan camp "Little Johnnie's Camp," after the constitution of th- United States
It is now a settled fact that dan- Col. John Brosnaham, who is one of lf America.
druff is caused by a germ. Falling the crowd. Sixth-Said law gives to one class'
hair and baldness are the result of I. Raedy returned Thursday night of citizens, to-wit. white citizens cer-
dandruff. D. B, of with a bunch of alout 20 fine trout ain rights, priivleges and immunities
Champaina p ll.. g t ho s of the new and reports that the boys are catching not granted thereby to colored citizens.
hair preparation. Newbro's Herpicide fish in abundance and says that the (Seventh-That the law undertakes
-the only one that kills the dandruff boys will look like "Jim Crow" boys to create offers not known to the con-
germ. He says: "I used Herplcide when they return and will have to stitution of Florida. an:' empowers
for my dandruff and falling hair anl take a back seat on the street cars. street railway companies to make the
I am well pleased with the result. Iast night a party of young .folks appointment of same. and not requir-
Dr. J. T. Fugate of Urban, Ill., san f from the city went over to the camp ing said officer, to take an oath for!
1I have used Herpicide for dandruff* where they were met with a fine fish the faithful performance of duty, as
ih excellent result. I shall pre- fry and chower which was deliciously required by law.
rbet Imy ace Herp eI prepared by J. i. (not John Bull but .Judge Call sPt the case this hfter-,
kills the danaruff germ. Physicians iJohnnnie Bro.naham:n.) Johnnie sav3 "0o"' for a hearing on next Monday
as well as the general public say so. fish are biting well and the boys are morning at 9:30 o'clock.
Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist catching plenty of them, but they dol
and apotheacry, 121 'S. Palafox street. not like to clean them. Large Crowd at Concert.
Pensacola, Fla. Send 10c. in stamps The camlers consist of Geo. Hargl, An e"xc(Fo':iP .ll lar rrowl attend.
for same to The Herpicide Co., De- John Kclly, Bud Swavne, Chas. Vetter. ^' thb rf.J band co. it in Sevil!e
troit, Mich. Ed. Walsh. Joe Walsh. I utI Raedv, "~T'are last nl?!it. ive.1 by Wyer'si
Joe Touart and Jo McIcH.igh. They '); TI:" lzram rc(!red by the'
will break camp Sunday night. ,':*nLd wa.s exctrOenr and was greatlyv
,-',0Jo1ed. by 5ha large crowd.
(]utter Music House c^ by ^ , ^
l ttersIC HoCured Bright's Dieasae. Simaruba Bark is an ola Creoler-
The Leaders In Geo. A. Sherman. l.!s!on Red Mill'. edv for I)arrhoea and all bowel dis-
Lawrence Co.. N. \.. writes: *I had' o',lors. and is a good one. Calais'-
kiadne disease for mirl yrs i ans i ad'nar'ih Bovpel Tonic do's the work.
Low r c Easy 1erm had been treated b'y physicians for Is not a strong astringent, contahms
twelve years; had taken a well known n, op'im or other poisons. Is paint-
Sole Agents for the Celebrated kidney medicine and otiler remedies, able and effective for children or
that were recommended hbut got no adults. i'rico 25c. Sold at White's:
Iranicb & Bach, Lester, relief until I began isin. Foleys Kid-' Pharmacy.
ney Cure. The first half bottle r '..
liaiF ad O r leved me andl four bottles have cured --
Clutter al Vnd O er lveme of this terrible disease. Before',- c
I began taking Foley's Kidney cui r
P' I O I had to make water about every
-pseld a brick-dust :i;ihstance, an 1


The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery


...LADIES...


We have just received a supply of Piver Soap, direct from Pa:. T
a similar consignment ct Rogger and Gallet's, in cakes, from 25 cents
8.00.
Also a complete :i le of Piver Perfumes and Sachet Powder,. ;! .
ported.
Our Chamios Powder Rags are soft and smooth-only 10 cents each
Salt Water Soap, 5 cents.


LOWNEY'S CANDIES GUARANTEED FRESH.


PHONE 1100.


MAIL ORDERS GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION.


OPEN ALL NIGHT.


I Goodness Knowsthe Goodness Shows i


in all our low shoes for summer wear.


THEY ARE STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE.
Like usual, our reputation for the past nine years tells
you we stand behind every sale.
No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From U&



THE BOSTON 81HOE STORE,


Phone 690.


117 S. Palafox Street.


Pcnaicol3


IF WE HAVE IT, IT 18 THE BEST.


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


The Pure
Store.


Sol Cahn 4 Co.
Food TI. ne .-.


_^ -*"*- UJI 1 CUJ3
Phones78 and 40 the People.
Phones 178 and 4830&mwtrhe IPeoprie.,


ICE, COAL and WOOD
zoz the
Consumers' loe and Fuel Company.
Of2Ce-Cormae Chle and Tarragona Phone 259.

O-* .
In a arsos snoe.
"If there Is oe thing more than an.
there that makes me wild," saki a aoi


and leave no specks or member of the tnl improvement IIU
Specks or club to a friend, "it Is to have that
spots to mar the beauty Club to have that
of finish. May we do Potter woman correct me when I just
yours? y make a slip of the tonge. Didyou
hear her say in that supercllios way
The Star Steam h.e aeh ntm"- -amns i U iiUUs ,
Snotv It Y, had music
Laundry" between each amber"--ol meant
L ndry. between every two uambe .,' And
SE. Garden t. hone 114 every one near heard what she said,
Pensacola, F. the cat!" We can save you mon
"Oh, I shouldn't mind he" said the you if you desire a fir:
S-- .. ___other woman easily. "If you want New Pianos from $100 t,
S yt rg i revenge Jugt look at her with of Be sure to see the '
those short waited, P~d~a daughter smallest degular ano m rn .:
rrNSIL -, -und old alike. $100t to
rPESAGLOA T on either side at th assembly n od alike $100 to
SDYEI 8, L A aD man w ~~r t r on and not It will pay you to call ,r ~:'
'EM-mS" sCBd the aggrieved one. TUNING A SPECIALTY.
RE N LUBS "Y.e, she does look 'a1%ay;. but, my
11 North Palafox dear, did y ralize you said 'on
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT ither side' Inste of 'on each side?
SERVICE. Oif ur meo t- mtex wewon either de
WORK CALLED FOR AND t -W thy c CLUTTER & RUSHING
DELIVERED. I knew you WoeMldt mlaid havine me
MEMBERSHIP RATES OR speak of It, fo te mae Gt S
PRESSING, $100 PER that littl e Wior oemsly ud I 1 frmL t.
PHONTE, 67a as to mb abitr, PENSACOLA, .- FLORID
rktor. M9an -t W0l S H to read our Want Ads.


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TH9 PENSACOLA JO.U kN AL, SATURDAY MOnNIme,


JULY 22. 10 o


JOHN B. VAUGHN STEAMERPOE TO


C PACUIEON RETURN TO


TRIAL PORT


Z WCas dTa Cl w l Ta th Place of the klkr
M i t mi at Cutu-bShf at 01 O11 kbmo PensSNI
SNickls at Killaed HIll.. and Banacas.

00N T W AIT! e trial of John B. Vaughn charge Th quartermaster steamer Poe,
ON'T W AI! ed with manslaughter, was commenced which for several years plied between
in the criminal court yesterday morn- Pensacola and the forts, will in
2 "",d: .,iant: l;g. Judge Beggs, presiding and not- col d the fort, will
S,:, ;,:,.. Suits withstanding the .fact that all day was return to Pensacola and resume this
v. a ing in consumed in the examination of wit- run. The steamer was sent to Fort
S,- : -. nesses the testimony was not com- Morgan when she left Pensacola, and
.; ,I' ,niu :..f;iflfrd eted when court took an adJourn- her place taken by the General
ment last night. Furthermore it will
b :. ;al, probably be late this afternoon before Piench, but that vessel was found un-i
r" 'o* are oathe case goes to tho e jurn. by o. safe and after being repaired many i
Mr. Vaughn is repreented by C. M. times was finally placed out of oom-
San Jones, while Solicitor Loftin and Jas. mission, and the steamer Baker seau
S'" R. Landrum are conducting the prose- here to handle the business. It has
S; caution. There are a large number of now been found that the Baker can-
witnesses in attendance. all coming not handle the heavy business, and the
-from Century where the alleged crime
Swas committed. The court room was Poe is to be returned here for service.
.S also well filled, many parties taking What will be done with the Baker
SVTAT h at interest in the outcome of the case. has not yet been definitely decided.
The select ion of a jury consumea' Thesteamer General Bachelor, a.
i ) T Lff considerable time of the court, and.r ser acer, a
t lthe examination of state witnesses new vessel in the quartermaster's de-
C. C.C ood-nan. Ge. Armergm was then begun. When the court ad- apartment will go to Fort Morgan, and
Sx. i lllififlttttllhtlHh ; turned in the afternoon the state relieve the Poe.
had not concluded its testimony, as
there are two more witnesses yet to
Co TRELL, be examined.
SC O TThe defense also has a large num-
ber of witnesses who will go on the
Frine PIOt w p stand to-day. and will probably con- II
Pensacola Florida sume until late this afternoon in giv-'
ing their testimony.
Several months ago Mr. Vaughn and
R. K. HJC J. C. Nichols. also of Century, engaged
in a fight. They had some words in
w~t.makcr. naemumau the forenoon and meeting again in the
Mnd Groeae Ot i ,afternoon the fght occurred'. It is
It 8 P&aifor StrtLt primalra said that Nichols was getting the best
of the encounter, but when he saw
that Mr. Vaughn had a revolver jump-
ed up and ran towards the depot, only
TERSELY TOLD E, short distance from where the fight
T o mcurred. There were a large num-
ber of persons gathered there at the Asking For a Speedy Tria for W.
time awaiting the arrival of the train.
etrson, of Jacksonville. Mr. Vauin fired at Nichols jut as he F. Williams-Signed By Hun-
.!It business visitors to the uas entering the depot door. The6
:a;n who registered at tht bullet went wild of its mark. but f.rds of P0ons.O
struck a young man named Burney A. U* U f oI.
Fa'on. of DePuniak. was a Nall. killing him instantly. Nail was
.iost at the Merhants yes- s'me distance from the door w-hichI |
ng here on a short business had iten entered by Nichols. He had Three petitions, each bearing the
been on a short visit to Century ani signatures of hundreds of persons,
was at the depot for the purpose of were forwarded last n:ght to Judge
Tracy received a telegram taking the train for his home. Carter at Marianna. These petitions.
summoning him to the bed- Friday's Convictions. c which ask for speedy actiqn in the
Smother. who is very ill at A number of defendants were tried case of W. F. Williams, were circulat-
S :n nSithville. Tenn. in the court Friday. John Tober, ed during Thursday and yesterday and
S. rzzell. who h been on charged with petit larceny, was con- all three contained probably more
... Sumnners for sever v-icted and sentenced to pay a fine oflth" a thousand name.. The names
........ -ad home coming $10. Margaret Camp was convicted!el some of the most p:ominent men'
l- im transportof a sault and batety and sentenced ct the city are attached to them. Had
e transport and tter and sentenced The petitions request that Judge.
:--. ,to pay a fine of $5 and costs or serve
.6 days. Cordelia Woods was found Carter call a special grand jury to in-
sV ( ,,',: -irnonCd yester otsling liquoigate the case. and if Williams is
S 'he went cense and Penny Woods was convict-. ndicted to h ae ape of
-nillwiethe ilof sar ingconcealquorwithout court for the trial of th case.
Sll with of carrying concealed weapons. He Sherif Van Pelt yesterday repled
S xprts to was sentenced to pay a fine of $100 to Judge Carter and furnished him
S ':i : n-.ht to be and costs or serve 90 days. with the information desired relative' The
;' C 'v 'rs.
to the sentiment of the people and all' this m
'." crd. .-i.i',:,.:;:' ~,nr, before Re- J T LA other particulars that the judge wish- as fav
ST'.> : nicpal court! ed. day a
*-'.- r!- .. T < rin" Of this day a


: n.y discharged
.L ; impose fines
S* *":nai amoutin'lng to $43.
i S;2, ; who has been'
-i lk f: -,. 'ra' days. left yes-


Th* spectacle They PreeMt adees
a Poweerful l oee e.
"Have a look," sai the hisetlogist.
And be rose from the beautiful, dell-
cate microscope, and his companion


:uo-r:! e 'r Talljhass.ee. where took his place.
r- .::: ui: t. r ere from 'Iere was a little fiddling and ad-
S,' T1 ;.*- o Mr. Shine- jusing of tiny screws. Taen the


,i. ,. :r i: ~ n reco tV
"'Urr. ;o I< 0 -. la.
.Ha f,,r-. iP ed tor of the
S'mmo:'' ai 'h published at
*:' : 1c. ,"- : i the city spend-
Svaca :iinr Mr Halford is
S. sur;; :. a:.J :horiughly-
w;ith P. I'I-ar',la's aT:ractions
S'n,",er re.-or- H. says the
as very wa'-ni \w\in Le left
ut Iu al :he time :ha" they
SsuffUri': and d :ng with
:. tha: set~-con o;' the (-oun ry
xc-rienced an unpieasan;
"),-dman has retitrned home;
da- s;ay at Gagnet's
h' *h and spvera: other gen-1
'h c:;y went on a fishing
o: h't party will prob-
~: *ay. Mr. Priedman
', irh all the fish they'
!or and had a rood time
i ,- .ok:ne well after,
.1- says is the best sum-,
: : can take.
-,in si*rs. of Baldwin
a. arrived in the city
:.r :he next two weeks
tainin Norris in Saiva-
oth of the ladies
:ri-nr,. and are also
':'ail muiiical tnlenti


tyro said:
"Ugh! Ghastly! What hav e here
-a railroad wreck?"
"You are looking," answered the his-
tologist, "at a part of the remnasm of a
Ceylouese caterpillar."
He withdrew that slide and put an-
other in its place.
"Another traded?" the tyro asked.
"The remnants of a beetle," the hisb
tologist replied.
A third slide was placed beneath the
lens.
This." said the tyrot "% saM be a
battlefeld."
"It is oly." returned the scientist, "a
commingling of the dedicated frag-
ants of a fly, a ctped, a moth and
a slug."
The tyro yawned.
"Histology Is interesting." e said In
a boed voice. "Where did you get
these specimensr"
"Out of a packet o tea."
"A packet of ea? What kind of
tear'
Ordinary tea."
"eawens! I am a tea drinker. Ex-
plain yourself."
The histologist, mnlla, said:
"Tea grows on bues. The leaves


Panama Hats
Cleaned at

Pensacola Pressing Clb,
NO. 11 N. PALAFOX STREET.


House Cleaning

Utensils

of Qality


:ns ruients. They are plucked by hand. Imagine your- q A new broom sweeps Cean-
n-e- ings in the Sal- self strippi rosebush after rosebush.;
i:: Sevi!le Square milk on mile of their leav. Weln. ;y you ca t carpet sat&
:"'TL :lheir stay and a that Is what tea pekctn is Hke. I Ctory Wih an Od one-nor Cam
s tx:ended to all "-1e nature packers work fast. They yo dus thoroughly Wih a worn-
"Pl, pick as many a twenty-re poaods o f duster.
.A-rvals: A. E leaves a day-a b bumd tbgger than a
Allen GoC ldre. Ft an. Now, t a big i
Sinc. Lake City: "Sr. te plant s the prey of a N., btO'a bruls ad
,mer. Ala.: budred insects, an the plkfer In his ay t brooms brushes and
.. ,w York: J. C. haste doesn't pause to t h of each dtes- en to at se fo
':- \V rd onolly. leaf or to rash it, for k e ks, t pices. B the deale mus
hitfie]d; J. E. by p iee w noworthk. g W
.' Bymn., sT "Th picked leaves are dried ea ch kno
IL-wik. Century. cal rs 'hey shrivel A der the heat Ikn and latMter & toalt ie mi a
C G. McCor- and the Insect, larvae and chrysands Ito pnde our pdc waith tA baet foe
: Spetz. Atlanta: among them ebange t dust. This dust ihe mosey to be had ma Ameca
i;.ga: J. B. Madl-: ooks to the oldnary ee le leaif fag- o .- a a
ments, but under the mleroseope itq og to hM g i A;
--- ooks, as you remarkae Ilake an insect i et our pt s an Ouf
;iand Vanilla Ex- ralruad wreck or a pymy battle e6ld.;
i- themselves. It tastes like-4t yo know as well as
S -r:s .the fal:- I do what It tasa MI."
w lv fo tis. Ask 'omowrrew.' t said uer. '1 am
Sr, Ribbon Lemonga'og to bring ome et o w s t a
-nt. l-ess. Flavors be to e mine wit y ."-ew TYork *r ,
aedl. as .


NOTICE I


The Grand Mid-Summer Sale at F. .


Brawner's will be Continued


IUntil August 5th,
With still Greater Reductions, and is now under my control during the absence of Mr. Brawner in New York. I
will place such prices on all Summer Goods in this building which will move them in short order, especially in


LADIES' AND GENT'S READY-MADE DEPARTMENTS.
We must have shelf room for the immense stock now being purchased and which is daily arriving. I have re-
ceived instructions from Mr. Brawner to CUT IN TWO THE PRICES ON ALL LADIES'
SKIRTS and ALL SUMMER YARD GOODS. Lookout for -.

EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS.
All goods will be laid out in the store and marked in plain figures.

SEE THE BARGAINS IN MEN'S SUITS AND' PANTS


which I shall place in the show window,


See the Skirts on Sale.


Ladies' and Gent's Shoes.


See the window.


I will certainly lower the prices and cut them in two, as I
have been directed.


MRS.


NSBY AG16AIN


N A SERIOUS


CONDITION,

a Relapse Late Yesterday,
and is Again Un-
conscious.

a condition of Edward Dansby
morning at an early hour was not


V.


A.


STRIKERS RUSH


TO GET BACK


OLD JOBS


Chicago Teamsters Have Given
Up Long Struggle and Are
Anxious to Return
to Work.


rorable as it was during yester- By Associated Press.
nd the night previous. He had Chicago, July 21.-The teamster


strikers, who last night gave up their
relapse about 6 'clock n the even long struggle against the employers,
ing and since that time has been very broke ranks to-day in a stampede for
restless, causing the attending physi- work. The barns of the strike af-
cians to become very uneasy about fected firms were besieged by men
him. who had been idle for months, and
Duri est whose places have been filled by non-
During yesterday it appeared that union men. The employers in many
he would recover, as he revived to a cases announced that there were va-
considerable extent and was conscious cancies for only a few. Of more than
during the day. The paralysis began 4.000 men who quit work, not more
t di, f h than 1.400 or 1,500 will be rein-
to disappear, and hopes for his recov- stated during the next few days. The
ery were entertained. Late in the coal teamsters and truck drivers did
afternoon, however, the relapse oc- not join in the rush for re-employ-
curred, and during the right his con- ment to-day.
edition grew more serious. The order of the teamsters' joint
The physicians located the bullet council which authorized the surren-
during the day. It is near the shoul- der was for all men on strike to ask
der and imbedded in the flesh just for reinstatement this morning. Both:
under the skin. While it was not re- the truck drivers and the coal teams-
moved at the time it can be at any ters balked at this and planned to
time, but at present it will not be, as hold meetings to-night and "fight it
it can cause no injury, out until they could go back to work
It was stated last night that the like union men." However, the boy-
wounded man has considerable dif- cott against business houses has been
culty in breathing. lifted officially by the action of the
The condition of Jas. White contin- council, and it is expected there will
ues to improve and it is believed thati be no more sympathetic strikes of!
he will recover from his injury. Hei teamsters.
rested well during yesterday and last Nearly every one of the strikers at
night, and was conscious during the the department stores tied applica-
entire day. tions for reinstatement. In many
Edward Dansby Dead. cases the men were put to work inm-
A telephone message to The Journal mediately. At one store a number of
office at 3:40 this morning gave the men who obeyed the order to strike
information that Edward Dausby had stood in line to-day and signed app'i-
Breathed his last. cations forfeiting their right to wear
buttons of their union exposed. The
AMERICANS DEFEATED express companies, which fought their
IN TENNIS SINGLES. battle practically alone and apart from
-- the others, are not to take back any of
By Associated Press. their former employees Police pro-
London. July 21.-Both Holcomb section will not be withdrawn for a
Ward and William Larned were beat- few days at least as cases between
en in the singles at Wimbledon this non-union men and unionists are fear-
afternoon by H. L. Doherty and S. H. ed when the latter return to work.
Smith respectively. The Americans
played brilliantly and the Britons Deserter Arrested.
played steadily. A. Aharmed, a deserting sailor from
/ the British steamer Elswick Park was
An Amended Quoettlo. arrested yesterday by the United
Miss Ida Tarbell's first journalistic States authorities, upon application
experience was as editor of the Chan- of the British vice-consul.
tauqua. Her predecessor on the Jour-
nal, once editor of the Oil City Derrick.
had established the custom of heading
with a quotation the column In which 1 Ea
he made brief mention of the news I s E
of the day. Miss Tarbell followed his to' ,qit
habit and bent her mind to the task
of supplying suitable quotations. Once i
upon a time she set down, as plain as
p*n could set it: Whil won M ade.
"Tihe meek eyed morn appears, moth-
Then she went home, pardonably P
proud of knowing her Tomson aso
wel. and at the head of the column IS 8V d.
net j se reaed: aNote the change in health.
Wj Wetamk eed worm apper
Wasuaste Ipost


FLEMING.


RELATIVES


WILLIAMS


SAW HIM


Father, Wife, Brother and Others
Paid Him a Visit in the Jail
Yesterday.

Relatives of W. F. Williams, held
upon the charge of murder, saw him
yesterday for the first time since he
.hot John White Tuesday afternoon.
Those to visit him was his fathe;-,
wife, brother and brother-in-law, and
;hey remained at the jail for some
time and talked with lhim. Williams
appearedd very cheerful, and when they
departed he was in better spirits than
at any time since he was committed
to jail. In fact he laughed and talked
Ireely with those near him during the
afternoon.
Relatives of Williams will engage
the services of an attorney at once,
in order that he may be represented
when the case comes up for trial.

Shaeeed th. OU00
The queen of Denmark once paid a
visit to the Danish colony of Iceland,
where the good old bishop exerted him-
self to the utmost to phow her every-
thing that was worth seeing. The
queen paid many compliments to her
host, and having learned that he was a
family man graciously inquired how
many children he had. It happens that
the Danish word for "children" is al-
most Identical in sound with the Ice-
landlc word for "sheep," so that the
worthy bishop, w'ise knowledge of
Danish was not so complete as it
might have been, understood her maj-
esty to ask how many sheep he owned
and promptly answered:
"Two hundred."
"Two hundred children!" cried the
queen, astounded. "How can you pos-
sibly maintain such a number?'
"Easily enough, please your majes-
ty," replied the prelate, with a cheer-
ful smile. "In the summer I turn'them
out upon the hills to gres, and when
winter comes I kill and eat them!"
The herable MeW46
The lives lived by the Moors are,
without perhaps any exception, the
most precarious and miserable that can
be imagined. The poor man Is thrown
Into prison for sums he never possess-
ed and can never pay, the rich to be
squeezed of f 1S he poses, whieM
those only can hope to escape who are
member of families sufflcently power-
ful to ao se the fears of the local gov-
ernor should he attempt extortion and
not safflcenty powerful to stir up the
jealousy and avarice of the sultan.
Even the govwrors of the provinces
sufer themselves as they make others
suffer, for just as they squeeze the ag
riculturat and the peasant so are they.
In turn uqueeed by the sultu and his
vslers, and should they fall by con-
stant pre0tts to maintain a good
ophtl at the court they ca expect
only prsmeat ad geas death.


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Something

Good to Eat

Ring 1132

T. E. Gartland,
Butcher and Green Grocer,

28 East Government



BUY

BOOMERANGS


LESS THAN COST.
Throw it away from you in
any direction and it comes back.
TWO FOR 25 CEITS.


COE'S BOOK STORE,
235 S. PaLalad.St.
123 Phone,



Ice Cream


a- e***d


Cake


Orders for parties, wedding
and all social functionsgiven
prompt attention


WeldingCakes aSecIehy



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VRANK L. MAYDS, P AMp Qina" NAMa.

-r THE ASOCIATED PRESS.


TO MLY PENSACOLA NEWSP
IRCULATION TATM I





PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURI

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

The Renewal of
Projected Railroad Frnchlses.
The action of the City Council in
renewing the two franchises for the
projected railroads from Pensacola
to Memphis and to Andaimsia is the
proper thing to do.
These franchises recently expired
by limitation, but as the projectors of
the roads had not been able to begin
work within the required time they
ask for an extension with the expecta-
tion of beginning the work in the near
future.
It has probably occurred to numer-
ous people that if Pensacola had a
railroad for every railroad franchise
which she has granted she would to-
day be the biggest railroad town in
America. That, however is not the
point.
Pensacola has never lost anything
by granting railroad franchises anu'
she stands a big chance of gaining
something. If nothing results from
the granting of a franchise nothing
certainly is lost, so that we have every-
thing to gain and nothing to lose.
Let the council grant all the fran-
chises that are asked for and let the
present renewal of the recently ex-
pired franchises be made as soon as
possible.

So far there are four entries for
the presidential race in 1908. Taft,
Fairbanks, Shaw and Root will all be
at the post when the flag drops.

MR. WALLACE SHOULD
STATE HIS CJAE.
The Taft-Wallace controversy re-
fuses to be downed, and the latest fea-
ture of it is the intimation that Mr.
Wallace will soon tell a few things
relative to the plans for digging the
Panama canal which the administra-
tion woulo much prefer kept secret.
The Birmingham Ledger has the fol-
lowing to say relative to this phase of
the matter:


- - - - - -
THE RESIGNATION OF NEWS AND VIEWS Pi
c STATISTICAiN HYDE. '- t FROM STATE PAPERS. ;
S --- *
SSSavannah News. zi #L'SQ I
S##'iK## ####~~P,~Y~-.% 1"Millions In !L"
The Buoy understands that Mr. Paul
Mr. John Hyde, crop statistical '": Wright counten.pIates sLatting a news-
the department of agriculture, says he paper at Mii:iille. Inspired, doubt-;
resigned under fire rather than risk less, by ending the editor of the Bucy
the loss of health by holding on to: rlling d the Bath, ie pe "mli.on in a
his Job. There will not be profound ..nt .prove a mi'rage. Weii. experie.-ce
regret that he came to that conclu- is the very best of schools. but it 13
sion. He doesn't seem to have all' sometimes a very exp-nsive one.-Sr.
the qualifications for filling the place Andrews Buoy.
successfully. .


Sierra e tora
Coughing, cougbong, dy after
day, tears the throat and* lungs.
Healthy tisscs givevaf.You are
ill. Ask your doctor wh Cherry


------ _- -~- -- --
Pectoralcursc Io


No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGT3N, President M. E. CLARK, Cashilr.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice.President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.


Dead Just the Same.
NN There is nothing to show that heuea JUSt te ame.
M Aeeis o "There was ro consumption a gnonr DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Hasn't been an honest official, and it the aboigfnc. of Amrnca." says a Ca Stock $20000 S,
O2 t w ...l -is probable that from his point of view medical sharp. Possible not, but thel Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
Oft wes t..... .. :he has been faithful and conscientious art, all dead, just the eame.-Miar.rii 3DXIEL3 C 33LIO "
W d 1M Wkl .o. 1. ar.. B 0 in the discharge of his duties, butI Metropolis. Henry L. Covington, S.. Fohee.
Wely .he didn't prevent speculators from J. PPfeifler. A. H. Avery,
t 0 ll w a ad t finding what his reports indicated be-! Melon Thieves Fooled. Bran Dunwody. H.Milton, Jr.,
fiore he was ready to communicatel B0n u y O. E. Maura,
fore he was ready to communicate We have a farmer in this country Frank Reilly, W.L. Cwton,
i them to the public. Hence, the pro- who has solved te watermelon prom- Fran ReCawthon,
APE FROM WHICH A DETAILIO fessional speculators were possessed m a will n, obtmkehis a W. S. Rosasc, C. A. O'Neal,
NT CAN SECURED of potent means of robbing the pub- fnou in the years to come. Mr. F. T. F. McGo;:rin, Dr. W. J. Hannah.
lic. Sarron of Evinston has been ir.- F. E. Bzawner, McKenzie Oerting,
SMr. Hyde says that there have been provingon hi variety grwn iatil C. W. Lamar. Alex McGowln,
-1-1 Gv0. sf--1-1br- t. [five investigations of his bureau sincu i .. JCo nt.
" NO ivS h nvestigan makio n of his bureau snc now he produces avery fine grade of J.R. Saunders. C. M. Covngton.
O61 No. U. he succeeded in making his crop -c- melons that grow to sucei a lmamimoth Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firma Solicted.
- ports sufficiently accurate to be valu- size t ha the average colored man i. Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
;able to the agricultural and commer- unable to carry them- cry far wi:h-i: -
DAY MORNING, JULY 22. 105. cial interests o the country, and that out t aid of a hore an wago.
oNn each occasion he has been vindi- lis largest ones this :.son weigiih- ..-- --
graphing themselves from one place ca e was vindicated to the extent that uwars of l hunde pounds.-' W H. KNOWLES, Pres:.ent. W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cash.
to another.'" he was honest and did the best he THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, Ast. Cashier.
knew how to protect the interests in- Pardons Hard to Get.
The Birmingham Ledger says the 'rused to him, but he must admitlind
way to dig the canal is to dig it. Cor-1 that it finally developed that there Te rdo ing boarl elin
rect. Pass up ahead. was a leak in his bureau. He cer-interferein thecaseof Waltr'rayl-r.
re. Pass up ahead. mainly cannot claim that the dismissal convictdJ of a murderous assault upo1:
of his associate, Holmes, was a vina: Congressman W. B. Lamar, and he
New York has a beggars' trust and cation. Will be compelled to -erve out the
Chicago a burglars' trust. St. Louis The position of statistical of the sentence of five years to the penite" N TA L A
should get in line by organizing a Agricultral department is not an en- tiary w:ich was meteld cut to him v L A
graft truviable one. No man can occupy it the court. Strong pressure was
graft trust without inviting attacks. Millions ot brought to bear upon the pardoning
The News s getting to be a dollars depend upon every crop reporni !board for favorable action in Taylor's Of Pens ole O Fl,
The Flor News is getting to be a that is issued. One interest wants a behalf and the fact that clemency
mighty institution, judging from the favorable report and another an un- was denied is evidence that the vio-
following paragraph from its last is- favorable one. Both cannot be pleas-. lators )f law need not expect the road
sue: ed, and the one that is disabpointe:lIto pardon, to be as smooth as it has DIRECTORSi F, C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wmu. H Knowles
The Florala News and the big mills is certain to do all it can to make been heretofore.-Madison New
paThe orala NewS and the ig mill t trouble. Enterprise. W, K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent
paid off Saturday and as usual there *
was several thousand dollars in ir One reason for the feeling against
was several thousand dollars in cir Mr.Hye was the stubbonness wi Depew a Crook.
culation the first of the week. *hch he insisted there was no leaki It will, we suppose, hurt the feel- FOREIBI AN DOMESTIC EXC01AIE BOUHT AID SOLD
Of course it will be generally under- in his bureau, and, that too, in the Ings of Chauncey M. Depew to be
stood that the mills constituted only face of the facts that were calculate I ticketed and proclaimed a thief, and We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels disbursed upon the Most
a small proportion of the wealth in raise a strong suspicion of a leak. et that is eactl what happened o chang n Gret Britain, Ireland, Favorable Term, and their ob
circulation prprIf he had made a thorough investigt- him. His real estate transactions Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
rculationtio and failed to find the leak, the with the Equitable company, of which Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, gations taken Payable at Port of
PEAY AT TC P E. feeling against him wouldn't have he has long been a director, is do- Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Veo.
PEARY AT THC POLE. been so strong, nounced by all newspapers which sav other European countrleo. n l Arrives there.
He'll hear no graphophones up there been so strong. -nounceed by all newspapers which sa o
Hell hear no graphophones up there His successor, whoever he may be. anything about it as "plain stealing."
Nor cheap musicians play; will have about the same experience His cynical statement when under ex-
He will not have to hurry out that he had, but if he wants to hold aminatton that his verbal guarant ee
Of some collector's way. on to his job he will not follow M. of the investment was not "legally Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, n Connection with which w
The trolley cars will be forgot Hyde's example when lie is notifi- binding" shows that he stole with his ha a Private Department for the us of Renter*
And in broad fields of ice that the speculators are getting hi.s eyes very wide open. He may have er
There'll be no need for soda founts reports before they are officially pui- to make the promise good or go to
Or girls who say, "How nice." wished. He will proceed on the sup- jail.-Tallahassee Capital.
Most all the ills of modern life position that there is a leak, and will" * $89VingS DOp t tment-Intfre st Paid on Do
He'll leave back in the rear- try to find it. Something to Show for it.
No wonder that he sails away How would you like to be a tax positsat Rate of 4 per oent per Annum.
Without a single tear! aayer in Manatee county" 24 mills is
The trusts will scarcely bother him, the county tax for 1905. The total _
No matter what they do; 'school- ax Is 11 mills roads 6 mil!. __ ____
A frost's about t on thingEAST AT EXTENIONeneral revenue 5 mills, fine and fo HILTON GRESN, PLESID4lzXT. T. it. WLLES, Vyc-P asuzxzTr.
To make him think he's blue. INJURIOUS TO MIAMI. feature 1 mill, building tax 1 mill. Th:e M.M'a VIJINSLLCARBIRZ. "MANSiILLDXMORNaO, Ast.caCAsHza
Free from mae himbores an worldly cranks state tax wll make this about 0 C itie
Fr from the bores anworldlyranks Miami Record. mills. But Manatee has somethingenN national B ank,
He hoes to htur matingckh trick show for it, which is not so ba,4.- of Pensaco'a. Florida.
He hopes to turn a ticklish trick = t [ .. - #- .44 t @ b Bronson Tittles-Democrat. r Zaireo tore.
To make the nation proud. Bronson TlIes-Democrac. 30 -4 X otc:Pzom. I C
To make the nation proud. "--- GeO.W Wright, Morri JiBear, T. K. Wel'e
Of course he's glad to get away The Evening Record is not now, nor Will Be a Big Rush. aI M. Robinson. L. Hilton Green.
And wears an aspect bold A_________ BANKINGB_________TRANSACTED.
Because the wqrst he has to face ever has been opposed to the building The True Democrat advises all the A GENSRAL BANKING B USNES TRANSACTED.
Is just a bit of cold. of the extension of the East Coast printers of Florida to be at Tallahas-
-Paul Cook in Birmingham Age-Her- railroad to Key West. It would, prob- stae opinting. As t only requires! 4 ^...**....0.
ably, make no difference if it was. that each one;:take with him a cer*i- J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MBNEFEE, Cashier.
A P e Wee No community, no individual, can fled check for $12.500 arid be prepared R. M CARY, Vice-President.
AR. M. CARY, Vice-President.
"Your daughter Is highly accom- stand in the way of a great public im- to givexecu bond in he$25000wor for wethenkoe T POPLE'S BANK Of NSACOL
pIshbed." provement. see crowded trains for several days T
trains for several da's : Dlrectors-L. J. R'eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Car
"Wel," answered Mr. Comrox, "she It is probable that in the plans of previous to the time named and ill Director-L. RveJ. eese, De. Kesler R. M. Ca,
knows a great deal about English liter, those who projected and have built the the boarding houses and hotels at Tnl- T W. A. D'Alembrte T. A. Jennings
ature and can speak several languages, East Coast railway ana' who propose lahassee will be overrun with those TRANSACTS A GYENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
but I wish I could hire somebody to to continue It down the keys to the who will bid.-Lake City Index. tTe0 eYOU ACOUN ISESPF-LY D.
teach her just what slang It is proper extreme end of the chain of islands, 1 k h
to use in fashionable soeiety."-Was- Miami is and has been nothing more Paul Jones As a Pirate. .. ...
iugton Star. than an incident. In the reception room ihe secretary
Those who built on seeming promis- of the navy at Washington a collection
es that this city should always be the of steel engravings of John Paul Jones
Preft eof ]Pate. southern terminal of the road were is on exhibition. Most of them are
"orbere, goo Tufnut. the pug.^ Ste-l Wholesale and Retl Dealer An
"'1Y'he goes Tuffnnt, the pugll!st. building on a foundation of sand, the more than a hundred years old. Sev- W lARLle
Under other rcmstances he might same as every other town on the east eral of them are caricatures. Th-y% Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
have made a succeM of a very different coast that relied on the statements of were mostly made in England at the and Blacksmith
kind." the road's projectors. time Jones's raids on the English coast C
"No doubt With a fair tenor voice Whether the extension of the road created so much fear rand anger. Office--No. 3 South Pla zl3x street. Telephone, 93.
rand his necallar system ntf aihtin he to Kev West will be a benefit or an Generally he is represented in these Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzalez streets. Phone.


Tuere is a quiet story aDroad in the -- .-. ..-- -
land that there are engineering diffi- wold have made a tremendous success
cultles at Panama that make a lock Se the opera stage."--New ork Pres
canal impossible. The story is that
Engineer Wallace told Mr. Taft of the
difficulties, and that he was not will- agiw ft Urn D-
ing to have the responsibility rest on
him of attempting what could not be Ju Q905, a
done. J-e, I95P a
It is also said that the other great T ftl of
engineers of the country are urging
'Mr. Wallace to tell the conditions and
difficulties, so that their profession
may not rest under the frown of the
nation as Mr. Taft wishes. Mr. ft
did not tell the public what Mr. Wal-
lace told him. and the engineers want COPIES
all the facts brought out.
No great harm will be done if the a era
lock la'ea is abandoned. The most
satisfactory plan will be the one ulti-
mately adopted-a sea level canal.
No matter if difficulties are encoun-
tered a sea level canal can be cut. It DAILV
may cost some millions, but it can be
done. The following figures show The Pen-
Any way. Mr. Wallace should tell sacola Journal's circulation for each
the public the difficulties he encoun- day during the month of June, 1905,
tered for there are people who think with the average number of copies
that he was in error some way or Mr. daily:
Taft would not have scolded him so June 1 4,600 June 16 4,460
severely in such a public manner. It June 2 4460 June 17 4,450
was probably only a case of bad tem- June 3 4,450 June 18 4,700
per. but the public would like to know, June 4 4,700 June 19
and the administration doesn't seem June 5 .... June 20 4,4S0
tclined to tell it. June 6 4500 June 21 4,450
The public In general has by no June 7 6,000 June 22 4,450
means lost confidence in the ability June 8 4,450 June 23 4,460
Junb 9 4A,0 June 24 4,700
oI Mr. Wallace as an engineer, how- June 10 4,40 June 25 4,
ever much they may believe he acted June 11 4,700 June 26
wrongly in resigning the position of June 12 ..... June 27 4,450
shief engineer so soon after having June 13 4,450 June 28 4,450
accepted' It, and, in view of all theI Jun 14 4450 June 29 4,
efremtances, it is to be hoped that Jun 4,450 une 30 4,450
he will tell his side of the story with- Total for the month....... 117,10
eot delay. The public is entitled to it Average per day........ 4,504
I hereby certify that the above state.
The New York World estimates ment is correct according to the rec-
ttat it will take 200 years to complete ords on fie nl this o lc ,
H. It SMITH,
the Panama canal, which leads the Circulation Mgr
Maphis Commercal-AppeJal to re.
mart* "B that tme hi- a SBro n to and subscribed before me
mark: "By that tie sps and ca- this 3 day o June. 1905.
MsI will probably be obsolete, ad our J. P. 8TOKBKS
*imnr at will m doubt be teo- Netary Pale.
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injury to this city will not be deter-
mined until the road is completed ana"
in operation. No human being can
tell exactly what Influence the exten-
sion will have.
But-
Every citizen of Miami has too much
at stake to take any chances.
The wisest thing is for every man
who loves and is interested in the
town to do is to conclude that the ex-
tension will injure Miami, and govern
himself accordingly.
The road is going on to Keay West
-that is settled.
Now, what are we going to do about
it?
Practically, there are three things
that will make for the prosperity of
Miami. if we can secure them.
The first is the opening up, by drain-
age and otherwise, of the vast amount
of arable land directly tributary to
this city.
The second is the speedy opening
up of a deep water canal, by which
cheap transportation may be secured
to northern ports.
The third is by a railroad reaching
from this city, through the center o'
the state to Jacksonville and points
north.
Not one of these propositions is
chimerical; not one but what can be
accomplished by effort.
Miami is strong enough to assist
herself and should promulgate a de-
claration of independence, firmly re-
solving that she will establish more
than one route by which connection
may be established with the outside
world.
The building of the road to the south
of us ought to convince mistaken
frlenas of the road that neither Miami
or her people have any place that in-
sures her or them the friendship or
support of the managers of the great
system, now pushing to the south.
We don't have it; we never have had
had it; we never will have itL
If salvation is to come to Miami. it
will come only after her citizens have
determined that they will cut loose
from a system that exists only by
bleeding them aad seure other and
fairer ethods f' tr4aiuort1io.


cartoons as a pirate. In one he is te i
typical buccaneer of the Spanish Main.
with long black hair and beard stream.
ing in the breeze. He carries a cut-
lass in one hand and a big pistol in
his belt. He wears a leather apron.
on which is a skull and crossbones.
In another the commodore is repre-
sented as a Chinese pirate in the act C4
of scuttling a ship. In addition to his
equipment or pistols he has a lot of
battleaxes and is surrounded by a ci
breastwork of dead men.
One of the engravings is a portrait
of Jones in tbh uniform of a Russian O
Admiral. and there are several repre-
senting him in the uniform of the
United States navy.-Tampa Herald.
"Handle With Care."
If you send a package marked "Han-
dle With Care" by freight, the railway
employees will take every opportunity D
to tumble it around and dnmp It on the
depot platform as though it were a
bale of hay. We once saw a railroad
employee so sick lie could scarcely hold 4
up his head, but when his wandering *
eye happened to fall on a package 4
marked "Handle With Care" he arose
with an expiring effort and threw the
blamed thing the length of the depot *
platform, danced upon it. then shrieked
and dled."-Alma (Kan.) Signal.
fctans Abt Companion at Mmeer. Pe
Franz Abt, the famous composer, -


was strolling home one afternoon l
Brunswick when he met a friend, who
said to him:
"Yon seem very happy, dear fellow.
Have you beard any good news?"
"Oh, no; I've just taken dinner," we
the reply.
"You evidently enjoyed it. What did
you have to eat?" continued the fried.
"A turkey," replied Abt.
"And how many were at tablet" ask-
ed the other.
"There were only two of us," saM
Abt.
"Who was your compsnalos" nquWW-
qe friend.
"The turleyf replied Ab.


John Massey.


Jackson Brandon.


T. D. Adams.


Pensacola Electrical Company
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED,
or. Intendencia and Bell Phone,
Baylen Sts. 570.
No job to big or small for us We do work in any part of the
ty and also outside the city.

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F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Office, Brosnaham building, nt
to Pensacola Business College.
Prompt attention always g!ven
to business. Pnsacola, Il I
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DIRECT TOR Y
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL
There will be a meeting .,f : ..
body on the first and third W.d.--
days of ebeh month at 7:30 p. M A..
delegates are requested to i "* .
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. DELAY, Pres, 'et
Secretary.
Pensacola Lod ge o. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday evening a: i M
'clock at thLir Castle Hal. 3lous
Watson building. corner Pa;afox Ad
Garden streets Vettbag bre:hrea se
dially welcome t
1. C. VON WIRDER. C C.
H. HORSLEk. K. on R. & .4
Rathbone Loxi~te
3 K. L P., mees eve:i
Tkersday evening at i ')
so'lock Ia their CasW
IBbiLl. tzird Coor. B:u:clt-
uins00 building. u-itl-
we t corner Pa afo' and
Garde streets Vsitain knightlU *
cordially wVcomed-
SB LCERUTIr, c. C.
c. J. Ley. K. of R. a
Knights oa Columbus
Meetings of "e
Knights of CL:; ;r
a ro held at the.r h..
No. 8 Wes: It"-.:'- I-
cia street, on ever
Monday ven:nt of
7:30 o'clock. An
vitation is eztenMd
to visiting Knights.
JOHN B JONFI
EDM. FOX. Grand Knliit
Recorder.
Pensoacls Lnge NOe 4, 1. O. .
Pensacola Lodge No. 4 0. 0 F.
meets every Thursday even'n; at "
at the new hall on West (,r re
street. Visttlag britbren cor-..?
Invited. N. A. NILSON. N. A
B. R. WITKOVSKI,. secretary.
REBRKAH S!STERL
Naomi Lodge No 10. Re.ekah i%
terms eets every Monday n'gtt 9!
I o'clock to L O. O. F. Hall. i
tttug sisters cordially ieVted oa 0'
preM MISS NITA M. ELLJTIT.
MISS MAMI fIC I MAN. S-re'ar?.
WX.W.
ULve Oak Camp No. W. 0. W.
meets I Pyt*ia Hall lit aci 314
We snedays In sech month. V,-isaL
sovereigns eo dially invited.
r. A. DOGHICH. C.
LiSLIl K. BROOL,0 Clerk
ExeesieN tInsawpment, 0.-.
E Ieel ir macampment No. 4 mstt
on second and fourth .,.e.:cslat,
L 0. O. P. hdal on West .c,:-s
streiL Visittng patriarch .nv'teL
T. 0. %. NsON.S
JOHN WILLOW " scri.
Chto r-atar:-
joppa Le, Ne, e, 6.1. 0. 0. F.
Jopps Lodge. No. 6,L 0 0. IF,
Meet every Tuesday eve inag t 7
o'clock at aord Hall, West G(;ard
street VISta Trethren cord.:l"y *n"
sted. H. JloUDEVINE, f. '.
C. L BMITH. 8e.
-Oak Grove. Lodge N 4, Woo.n- '
Circle, meets every Tharsday at 3 p1
L Visitting sovereign cordially =7-1P
. MR& M a OLSEN.
IrLL a BBANIUM Guard.aa
Clerk.
M. S. B. A. Na 81 meets fir *-'
third Wedaeday evening at 7:7 -
M., Raorad Bal No. 10 West I-'ev
demia 8trd
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Office k7/a 2. Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to

SPATTILLO CAMPBELL
AttyornyateLaw.
Room 406 Thiesen uilding

"TH0. a LEy,
LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS.
PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
PHONE 559.

P. STOCK E
Attomc-yMod Counell torat L
10% ;t Govrnment Street.
general Law Practice.

GEORGE DOUVILLe.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Room 500 Thlese Wid. pPhon

DR. BOUL TER,
DENTIST.
MODERN DENISTRY
---a-
MODERATE PRICES
Office-Southwest corner f P
and Inteendenc:

WELSH & SMITH,
DENTISTS.
PHONE 525.

DR. JNO. 9. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room 8, Brent Building. Phone. a



DR. YATES

will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MO t 0 i U L Y t V22, I 0
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-in Men s Neg-ie1e Shirts, 50c kind, some worth more, 3 for $1.00 1,000 yards Lawns and iPrints go on sale Monday morning at 8:30
or (ach ..... ................ ....................35 cents to 10 o'clock, 10 yards for.........................25 cents
,, len.s Neghleo Shirts. $1 00 kind, each .................... 9 cents
Sozen S.n Seamless Sox. fine 10c value. 2 pair for......15 cents 1000 yards "otton Taffeta," loos like ular Silk, feels like
Dozen Mn. "WV, eam" Drawers. 50c value, per pair..35 cents silk and drapes like silk, for Monday and Tuesday only, per
Some ex r: '.,argains in Men's and Ladles' Low-Cut Shoes. All yard ............................................. 10 cents
Chiidrnr. 1ow-('mut Shoes and Slippers at ACTUAL COST. All our 15 and 20c Voiles and Dimities, to close, per yard.... 10 cents


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ORDINANCES INTRODUCED Al
PLACED ON SECOND READING
AND A MEETING WILL BE MEI
TO-NIGHT FOR FINAL PASSAGE

Tpo-a' nl:, ,:ne of : br City Cot
'at- h, ,,. r- ,'ria n ion. May
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CENTURY LODGE


INSTALLS NEW


OFFICERS


Enthusiastic Session of the Lodge
Held Monday Night, With
Large Attendance.
Century Lodge, No. 81, K. of P., of
Century. held a very interesting meet-
ing Monday night, July 17th. The
lodge is doing nicely, with every pros-
pect for an increase in membership.
The newly elected officers for the
ensuing semi-annual term were im-
pressively installed by D. G. C. VW. J.
Black, assisted by W. H. Mitchell, fc
F~eambia Lodge, No. 176, K. of P., of
Flomaton, Ala. The following are the
installed officers:
C. C.-G. W. Youngblood.
V. C.-E. W. Barwick.
P.-J. A. Mathews.
M. of W.-O. Smith.
M. of E.-J. L. Hurry.
K. R. S. & M. F.-P. E. Moore.
M. at T.-T. C. Thompson.
I. G.-J. C. Nichols.
O. G.-W. T. White.
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take ani certain to act
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sale by all druggists.

FLORIDA LEADS

IN PHOSPHATE

YEAR 1904 A PROSPEROUS ONE


S red to the said grantees, their associ- lines provided for in the said ordi- FOR PRODUCERS OF THE
IN O FM ^ ates and assigns, for depot and ter- nances as amended shall be coinm-MINERAL
minal purposes, all the land owned by menced within fourteen (14) months MINERAl.
the City west of and bordering on from September 28, 1904.
Spring street, and lying between Gar- Sec. 2. That wheneve.- the construc-
A R N T riden and Romana streets. The said :'on of the railroad upon the streets The year 1904 was a prosperous one
grantees and their assigns shall have prescribed in the said (rdinances will for the producers of phosphate rock
.the right to convey to the Pensacola, necessitate the making oi angles upon in the United States, says Dr. Edmund
SAla'bama & Western Railroad Corn- 'hiich it is impracticable to construct Otis Hovey, of the Uni'ed States ge>
committees on franchise and ordi- pany. its successors and assigns, a one- tracks and operate trains thereon, the logical survey in a report recently pub-
nance and engrossing. A meeting of half interest in the land granted by said grantees, their associates and as- lished on the production of phosphate
these committees was held last night'this section or to arrange for the -igns arc hereby granted the right rock in 1004. More rock was mined
vhen questions relative to the fran- joint use of any depot and terminal to construct the said lines so as to than ever before, and better prices
chises were discussed. Another meot- facilities erected thereon by the make the necessary and practicable were obtained than have been reported
ing of tht council will be held to-night,! grantees or their assigns, upon terms curves, and to that end, to cross such since 1893. Many farmers report pro&
when it is expected that the ordinan- to be agreed upon by said grantees or streets not named herein as may be duction and sales during. 1904, but the
ces will be read the third and last their assigns, and said railroad com- necessary, provided, however, that bulk of the business was carried on
time. their assigns, and said railroad com- before such curves shall be construct- by a comparatively small number of
The ordinances are as fodllows: Sec. 5 Work on the main line shall ed, maps or plats showing the same large producers. Consol:datlon seems
AN ORDINANCE be commenced within six months shall ba submitted to the City couu- to be the order of the day.
ND To Amend an Ordinance Granting a from May 6, 1905, and work on the cil and approved by it. The total quantity of phosphate rock
S Right of Way Through, Over, Along spur tracks and wharf shall be com- Sec. 3. There is hereby granted to marketed from the mines during 1904
Sand Acroes Certain Streets in the pleted from time to time as the neces- the said grantees, their associates and amounted to 1,874,482 long tons,
LD City of Pensaco, Passed May 5,' istes of business shall require, and assigns, the right to construct, (and valued at $6,873,625, an increase ia
1905, and Approvd May 19: the road shall be built from Pensacola to operate trains thereon, in accord- quantity over the output of 1902 of
E. Be it ordained by the Council of the t Andalusia, Alabama, within eih- dance with the said. ordinance and the 292,852 long tons and $1,554,331 I
City of PFensacola, Florida, and the teen months from Ma^ S, 1905 wA amendments thereto) tracks parallel value. The total quantity of phos-
Mayor thereof: failure to om ply w any of tto the tracks authorized by an ordi. phate rock reported as mined during
SSection 1.Thatlure to omplt- with any of the t- nance approved- On the -- day of 1904 was 1,991,169 long tons, as com-
n section 1. That the first and cegoin requirements shall operate as July, 1905, granting to F. C. Brent, C. ared with 1,618,799 long tons in 1903
ond ann" fifth sections of an ordinance ..troa rs t w 7 o nn
r passed May 5. 1905. and approved May grant ts ran M. ovington, J. A. Chaffn. C. W. La- A stock of 116,741 long tons is report-
ra,~ 1905. entitled -An Ordinance Grant- p- he granted 'r these fran- mar and J. C. Avery, as follows, to- ed as having been on hand January,
ani a Right of Way Though., Over .ms or assie grhanl fail t/ so wit: 1905. On the other hand, the sale of
Along and Across Certain streeis in aneso astee s shall nail o occu v From the intersection of 'I" street 66,45 long tons of the quantity o
fthe Cit andof Pensacola. band are or wharf nt covered and Chpley street along Chipley phosphate rock o band January i.
the City a ensa ad a by water, within two years from the^sreet and Hannah's alley eastward, 1904, is reported.
e hereby amended so as to read as ol- passage of this ordinance, the privi- to Spring street; from a point on the The ate of Florida' continues to be'
ad eon 1 Tat C Brent. C leges herein granted shall cease as to track on Oliva street, at or about ,he largest producer of phosphate
)m- "C nt;ion 1. That, F. C. Brnt.ny such street or wharf: or, if the Gregory street, to a point on the rock in the United States, its output
Coington, A. Chaln. C.W. Laar said grantees their associates or as- track on Chipley street, at or about forming more than one half the total
si- and Je C. Aterd shall e hae.of anare signs shall discontinue the use of any "D" street, and from a point on Chip- production of the country. A compari
er- here granted the right of way for a street or wharf for twelve consecutive ley street, at or about "D" street, o0 son of the production by varieties i:
me railroad, and the right to own, con- n'inths after having made use of such a point on the track on Oliva street this state during 1902 and 1903 show.-
s struct. maintain and operate and run. street or wharf in the manner provid- at or about Governmeit street. And that there has been an increase of
rzt by steam or electricity, locomotivee ; ed by this ordinance, the privileges also the right to acquire from the about 18 per cent. In that of land peb-
he engines and cars thereon, over along, herein granted shall cease to exist as said F. C. Brent, C. M. Covington and ble, and an increase of more than 43
across and through the following nam- to any such street or wharf." Itheir associates a one-half (%) inter- per cent in that of river pebble. The|
ed streets, to-wit:. Se. 2. That the Mayor and City est In the ground on Spring street be- total marketed production of Floridal
Beginning at the northern border of Clerk are hereby authorized to convey tween Garden and Romana streets phosphate was 1,072,951 l)ng tons,
the City where Oliva street touches to the grantees, their associates and heretofore granted to the said F. C. valued at $3,947. 304, as compared within
Sth northern border thence down the assigns, all the right, title and interest Brent, C. M. Covington and their as- 860,336 long tons, valued at $2,986,824,.
cast half of Oliva street to Main of the City of Pensacola in and to the sociates for depot and terminal pur- in 1903, which shows an average in-
street; also from the intersection of Water Front of said City embrace in poses, and to use the said ground for crease in value $3.70 in 1904. The re-
I street and Chipley street, along Chip-' the grant covered by the said ordi- :uch purposes, or to acquire from the ports also show that 720,647 long tons
ley street and Hannah's alley eastward nance. upon the payment by the said said .'. C. Brent, C. M. Covington and of hard rock were mined and marketed,
to Spring street; also from a point on 'gnantees. their associates and assigns, their associates the right to use said and that 57,511 long tons of the stock
the track on Oliva street at or about o fthe sum of five hundred dollars grounds for said purposes upon the carried over from previous years were
Gregory street, to a point on the track ($500.001. such payment to be made terms agreed upon by the grantees marketed in 1904. Hence the total
on Chipley street at or about D street at or before the 28th day of Novem- herein and the said F. C. Brent, C. M. quantity mained was 1,083,087 long
and from a point on Chipley ber. 1905. The said deed shall contain Covington and their associates. tons.
Street, at or about D street a condition that the title to the saia Sec.4. That the Mayor and City In South Carolina the diminution in
Sto a point on the track on Oliva street Water Front shall not vest in the said Clerk are hereby authorized to convey production which has been shown by
Sat or about Government street; also grantees. their associates or assigns. to the grantees, their associates ard, the reports for the last five years ha:s
t-om a point on the track on Oliva until the completion of the main line assigns, all the right, title and inter- received a slight check. There was
Street, at or near the intersection of of sai. road from Andalusia to Pen- est of the City of Pensacola in and to an increase of 11 per cent on the pro-
SChase street. to and across Garden sacola. the water front of said city embraced duction-of land rock, which more than
and other intervening streets, to a i in the grant covered by the said ordi- made good the continued decline in
point on Hannah'E alley, in Block AN ORINANCE, nance and the amendments thereto, river rock. The total production ot
Sfifty-seven (57) or fifty-eight (58). upon the payment by the said gran- South Carolina phosphate rock in 1904
connecting with the track on said Amending the Ordinance approved tees. associates and assigns, of thewas 270,06 long tons, valued at $861,-
alle and from the track on December 16. 1903, entitled "An Or- s of One Thousand ($1000.00) Dol- 317. as compared with 258,540 long
Hannah's alley at a point be- finance granting the right of way lars sch payment to be made on or tons valued at $788,803, in 1903, dis-
Sween De.rs street and Coyle through, over, along and acrosss befoe e 28th day oNovember,ibuted as follows: Land rock, 258-
street. to a point on Reus street be- certain streets in th City of Pen- 1905. Tiar the said deed shall con- 806 tons. valued at $830,117, as com-
tween Garden street and Inandencia tsacla" as amended by ordinances tain a condition that the title to the pared with 231.540 long tons, valued
street, and tent down Reus street approved on September 2,by oMdinandces aid water front shall not vest in the at $721.303, in 1903; river rock, 12,000
reet and hene down Reus street approved on September 28, 1904, and t scia oa
to the pier head line establlshez, b. on May 17, 1905. ;- aid grantees, their associates or as- ts, valued at $31,200. in 1904, as
the United States government: also Be it ordained by the Counc!l of th .igns. until the completion of the main compared with 25,000 ,lng tons, val-
from the northern border of the City City of Pensacola, Floicda. and t line of said road from Memphis to ued at $31.200, in 1904, as compared
where C street touches the northern Mayor thereof: Pensacola. with 25,000 lon tons, valued at 62,00
border. down C street to a point be Section 1. That work on the main n 19304
teen Chase street and Garden street.i Found a Cure for Dyspepsia. Tennessee, showed in 1904 the lar- E
and thence to a point n the track on -- Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William ge mkete ndustryput eleven years ago.
Chipley street, at or near D street; G W ork Ontario, Canada, who has suffered Theof mathend dus ctiory n o the state=
also the right to make all necessary has suerel The marketed production of the state ,
Salso the rightquite a number of years Irom dyspep- for 1904 was 630,571 long tons, valued
connections between the said track ,sia and great pains in the stomach, $,0o7.804, as compared with 460.580 -1
upon the streets on which they are Done Daily in Pensacola-Many Citi- was advised by her druggist to take ong tons'valued at $1,543,o67. in 1903. i
constructed. zens Tell of It. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ins in average value at the4 n 1
The right of way herein granted for Nearly every reader has heard of Tablets. She did so an t says, "I find T.mines as from a3.35 a ton in 1903 :
a railroad is intended to permit double Doan's Kidney Pills. Their good work that they have done me a great del ne to $3.m a log ton in 1 In04.
tracks on all streets except on Oliva in Pensacola still continues, and our ot good. I have never had any suffer- Pennsyva long ton n S04.
street, where there shall be but one citizens are constantly adding en- ing since I began using them." If Pennstelania ps th ronl other state
track and to embrace the privilege of dorsement by public testimony. No troubled with dyspepsia or indiges- phat during 1904. It reported but 100 o -
running spur tracks into the yards., better proof of merit can be had than tion why not take theso Tablets, get pte dn valued at $200.
depots and warehouses of the grantees the experience of friends and neigh* well and stay well? For sale by a'l e imports of fertilizes during the
their associates and assigns, at such -ors. Read this case: druggists. year had a total value of $1,324,18.s i
places and in such number as the City Mrs. F. B. Albert. living at 803 East Thee included 3727 long tons of
C i y e e n aThese included 37,127 long tons of
Council may determine upon applica- Belmont street. says: "My mother NOTICE. guano, valued at $498,702, and 134,467
tion by them. has used several boxes of Doan's Kid- Neither the Captain, Own. long tons of crude phosphates and
The west side of Oliva street is re- ney Pills which she procured at Bid- ers nor Consignees of the other substances used for fertilizing
served for a grant heretofore made. ney Kahn's drug store, No. 9 South steamship Elswick Park, purposes and valued at $826,487.
or hereafter to be made. by the City P ala.fo street. She values them very be responsible tor
Council to such other railroad as it highly. She has suffered severely debts contracted by the Crew of said C I N IM
may desire. from her kidneys and back for ygArs. vessel. P. MILLS, CHICLl WU0
Before the tracks reaching from C Doan's Kidney Pills have relieved her F. O. HOWE & CO., Captain.
I street and Oliv0 a street to Chipley of the backache and made her kid- Consignees. ITO-NI HT
street, to the west of Oliva street, neys stronger and better in every way
-shall be built, a plat thereof, showing than they have been in many years." NOTIC
tbe location, of all tracks, and the man- For sale by all dealers. Price 50 NOTICl
ner of conmtrctlon, shall be made by cents. Fo.ter-Milburn Co, Bfflo. Jno. White's store will again open Chickan' 0umbo 16 cents at 6:30 to-
Ssaid grantee, their associates and as- N. Y.. sole agents fr the United for business Saturday morning at 6 night;\Chli Con Cnr~i 10 cents; Spa-i
said grandtee ther aociates anped as Ntes. e aeo'clock. We shall be g:d to welcome hettU 10 eUat. Open day and night.
by the CL tosaaLrov aRember the na-D 's--u all the old patron of the t 319 South
Sec. Thee ts also hereby grant- take aO o *-.
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FloWer Od Garden Seed.


Jst renlved a fresh


LANDRETH'S


[ Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.


We have filled over TWO HUNDRED

THOUSAND since we have


been in business.


W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,


Phone 19.


Druggist and Apothecary. 121 S. Palafox.


I IIJI


,K. GOLDRING, Distributer for Pensacola.


When You Buy

Furniture From Us
you are assured of high-grade material and workmanship
in every piece. There is style in furniture just the same
as In dress. We have selected the newest and most faah-
lonable styles, but have insisted on quality always.
WHY NOT BUY A FEW COMFORTABLE ROCKERS
AND CHAIRS FOR SUMMER?
Your credit is goodfor much or little.

MARSTON & QUINA,
108,10 S. Palfox St. Phone 148. Penaco Fla.
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CORDIALITY.


SOUTHERN HOTEL.
Pensacola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH w UMIG WATER ANP PRIVATE BATHS
LRGE SAMPLE ROOMS
ptMW WRty s R ftom for Trbf loew.|
L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly C iatbor a4 Aragos Hotels. JacBavlfle, lorida.
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AIN'T MEN THE WRETCHES?
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SAY FERDIto WHAT D'YOU THINK OF
MY SPATS. NOT TOO LIGHT DO YOU
THINK? I SAW PERRY LEHR ON 23"S-
STREET THE OTHER DAY. AND HE HAD
ON A PAIR JUST LIKE THEM. THEY'RE
QUITE. THE THING NOW
WHY IN THE CHURCH PARADE
LAST SUNDAY I COUNTED
IS PAIRS. HOW ABOUT F-
A WALK UP THE LINE!N \. ,3


SAY ULPAW.. REMEPLR hTHAT EN4Lt1iv FEit, V HN
MET AT CI.VMATA)'DS RECEPTION TH1E OTHEF NCIH-,I
T14E R S^%DAI4 HE WAS A REAL DUKE OR SO 1F -Et iI
WHAT A I^STuNNNQ ACCENT HE HAD. WE OU16T TG'-
ACGU'RE THE ART Of00 CONVIEPSA^TON. D'D 'iou
OrTICE LEVE
R "'WAS'MLE, i
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SA THOSE. RS"-
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SPATS? i


1. MRS. SNSOOK ohn, dear, you spen~ forty
minutes on the train going to the office each morn-
ing and forty minutes coming home; that makes an
hour and twenty minutes each day.
MR. SNOOKS-Yes. Why?


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3 MRS. SNOOKS-Yes, here is one of the books
to commence on, John, dear. Oh, just to think what
an amount of knowledge you will have gained in a
year. How happy and proud you will be after hav-
ing read all these took.
MR. SNOOKS-Yes, dear. Ill put it right in my
pocket.


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GENTLEMEN, SEE TmE
BEAUTIFUL CNALLaEE
CUP Si PAUNCEPOIre
*RITON HAS g.6r
OVIR POWFOCOM$TWrIrON!


2 MRS. SNOOKS-Well, I am going to have you
use that time in improving your mind. I have
bought you pocket editions of Carlyle's works, Em-
erson' Essays and Plutarch's Lives. Each day I
want you to take one of these works with you and
read it on the train.


4. MR. SNOOKS (on the train)-Clara is a per-
fect jewel to think of getting those books so small.
Why, here It is right in my inside pocket and I don't
realize it is there at all. It's no bother whatever.


American-Jonl-Examinet.


H ERES A
MFMICAN PICTURE OF

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ANA! WELL 00 1
RECOGNIZE THE
WIORI OF THE
HARLEM TERROR'


5AY, WHI
CAN'T YOU
PUT A STOP
TO THESE
MYSTERY IUS f
ROBSEIRIES?

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JUDGE SPOOK-You are accused
of smiling and have been teen to loo.
positively happy
/AM


THE.R.'S SOME OF THE.
MATINEE GIRLS GETTING, ON
T~hA CAR. LETS GET ON AND
RIDE DOWN ALWAYS ;
COUPLE OF
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years of haunting I never met
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A Pair of Spats and a Time-Expired Transfer.


IN JUNGLE SOCIETY.
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SPOOK-That new chap Is awfully f
stuck up because he used to haunt in
,a real European castle.


GIRAFFE-What In thunder makes the
lion so mad?
HIPPO-Why, they forget to change the
name on his cagel


LION--f my worthy grandfather knew
that the birds were building nests in his
statue he'd turn In his grave!


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for instead dofne


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NOW, WHAT D'YE THINK OF THAT?
Coyright. 1905. by Americai-Journal-Izaminer.


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The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements

rr -- woird Iu hu advertawnuet tae ftr ies thn Ie. Spe eial rates by the month.
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Why Not Pay Rent to Yourself ?

SUPPOSE YOU BEGIN NOW BUYING A HOME OF
YOUR OWN SO THAT THE MONEY YOU ART PAY.
ING FOR RENT MAY 00 TOWARD PAYING FOR A
S4OME INSTEAD OF


A IdOf W les RMet Receipt


IT DON'T TAKE A FORTUNE TO
YOU AT ONCE BECOME YOUR
ASK FOR PARTICULARS ABOUT
BE HAD ON EASY TERMS.


START THIk AND
OWN LANDLORD.
HOMES THAT CAN


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Pensacola Investment Co.
L N. wm. I nrL C7 M..a .


W. IL wOWLS FsnMim.
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I .L maSll A .-r.--. uLEM TB, Trsurr. FOR SALE-Two second-hand buggies L
w 6b4 1 A01 9 CoMl e-. *. and ice wagon, all in good running
S* order. Apply at 222 E. Gadsden street .
215 Soauth Paleax Stet, Pensag ola, Florida. J. A. Kirkpatrick. 16jlylw*
FOR SALE-Combination horse, 7 6
years old, 16 hands, sound and gen-
t!e. Also reg;Rtered brood mare. \
WANTED HELP WANTED E. Hinman, Century,_ Fla. 6jLy
SWALL TINTS by experts; results g
,.\ NTFr-loard for couple In pi- WANTED-A good nurse to stay on guaranteed.Fairchild and Rice, Phone FOR R
k:, m not more than six the place Call 701 N. Palafbr. 485. 12julylm furni
,,,. \\.. pay $7.00 per week. a yFOR SALE.-The best watermelons in '06 Ee
,. -hanged. Address A., WAN'IBD-A reliable man on a small the city can be found on ice at Can-I
Surna 21JIY farm near thriving town, where a stantine Cepn.risos's, 128 S. Tarragona FOR R
chrpenter can get work. Would lease St. 22junelm* Mrs.
v'\ Tr--Tc. buy an extra good milk on shares. Fine location for poultr.- F ... .. .i r .. n Garden
,,. 'a in Pensacola or on RR. arm. Address "Farm," care Journal FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine HN
S Cash. G. Sali~ 16jy young mules, sound and in go HAN
S- Cash. G. W. SalJ. 16jly1 condition. Also one 2-horse tude- room
S.r. Fla. 21Jjulym mmdbaker wago.,W. S. Garfield. a4un cold ba
WANTED-A good cook immediately.- "" ply 236
-To rent a house with a Call at surgeon's quarters, navy DO YOU want to buy or sell anything?
,., d large lot. State location yard. Pensacola. jly61w A little want ad will bring wonderful
7-. address "Tenant," care results. The cast i too magfllceut NICEL
S -r addrs jlylw YOUNG MEN-Our illustrated cata to deay. with p
lO e explains how we teach barberI FOR SALE-Home on Bayshore. D o Blok,
trade in few weeks, mailed free. Moler lightfully located four-room cottage
SA'\Tl:--Man with $200.00 or less, Barber College, New Orleans, La. at Magnolia Bluff adjoining Rai:road ROOM
-: light manufacturing busi- 2ilylm' enclosure. Apply to A. M. McMillan. catio
S Ni experience required; pro-.s 21aprl ing and
rhi to ten dollars per day. Ad- WANTED.-Agents in different coun- Herma
S. Care this office. 12jly2w ties in Florida to handle Alpine Sa[o FOR SAL.---One Choee block on top er
and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglr Pro, of t'he ridge east of the electric FOR R
Safes aod Vault Fi a urglar P ro. railway, between 7th and 8th streets, for re
S D.-Any girles cription. Wrke re of every Nature has favored this section and Ii Cas,
Help. advice. etc, will ad Scarritt Moreno, es o term cannot be "duplcated. A. V. Clubbs. 4-
;lJnd willing assistance by ap-c tt oreno, Peno l a., Flor-* PARTM
S a the Mtrn of the Salvation ida State Agent 28june. FOR SALE.-A small sailboat. A tas
R. cse Home, 33d t. and ave- staunch and safe boat ir, any weath- matter
..rmingham, Ala. db Any intelligent person may earn a r. Address P. X. Journal Office. Ads
good income corresponding for news- 25June
apers; no canvassing; 'expertene I CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggs.
". TED.-The Merchants Transfer unnecessary. Send for patirculars. Makes fowls especially well avored. 2e.
wan- your moving and hauag.' Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, The cheapest food to be found. F. S 5 o
r. t-akage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- N. YN 13june3m Mel!en & Co, Pbone 834. loot p 7
"*. n'rdp Phone 978. Jom. 1 elr ___ FOR SALE.-17%foot sloop rigged
skiff. 8 foot beam, carries 75 yards
WANTED -A light second hand skir. Fr r l8 1 canvass. In good condition. A bar-
" eu: bh cheap for cash. Addres 11. gain. WaddelL room 2, 28% S. Pall:
,arc JJournal. 16Junelw. FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- fox St. 23Junelm*
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke ',FR SAL-AFOR R
Florida, No. 68.923. Also some fine FOR SAL--At a sortflia u tarllue wind
WANTED-To buy for cash, a few young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, alli store, stock and accounts. Call at
-!.ares American National Bank registered and transferred. Carl Set- 38-140 E. Intendeuda. Sia FOR
S, State price. Address J. L. J., terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18jly - Corne
.- Jourua. 13june2m I loney to Loan, for boan
FOR SALE,-Fresh better, cream. field.
V\7TED-Your eleric work of li sweet milk, and buttermilk, de-
__T.D.... MOc.rNEY TO LD--OTn good r- FOR R]
Let us clean your fans, re livered at any time of day. No. 405 tat security, or on good Ollate on ca
S- your dynamo, do your wiringetc. E Belmont street Phone 907. 7Jlylm* at lowest rates. Ai 3. RcAootks. 8ath ave
: o 0 Pensacola Electric Co., gallery.
;.-er In:endencia and Baylen streets. FOR SAI---Second-hand cash r Fisher di gallery.
ljunelm. ter tn perfect coaditio. Will 4l1 MONEY LOANED a @ ay &ad an FOR RI
S_ cash ot or, tie A real bargain. Can is pernl property, rpa-able reside
4, ':KASSO & CO. rcelved another be seen at James McHuag'L. 22mca weekly or aoUetly. Whe yo nes ed. Add
-flr:iunt of imported pure olive oil,. money. *se me W. JA.W W.%, 2 29june 1
.:e re:ailed in gallons, half gallons O TO TUTOWN fr all s1s Sim Goverament stro Salisbury bulidlia
: qar:s. CM La s d ad m Unloededa free f. d FOR R
of chr. Be makes best photo cupled
V. .TED---The people of Pensacola graphs m the sth. 2 ears al hd ONEY L ED en gDee rau goLaRua
;~. cAe worrying. Le The Journal la' ou. S UL te5 itl Is e aoaL A 43 S. Pa
SAds solve the problem for yo,.i THE WEST HIIA WOOD YARD can a ..l. FOR RE
-,: are epeot detectives, and ca, supply you with tov wood, blocks ner B
:.e man you are looang for ij ok wood, split wood, pine knots, or MONEY LOANED on al kinds of p. Suitable
S- ..: uded la the 25.000 or 30.09 kindling. Ring phone 1 8. C. H. sonal property on short note, to Mrs.
I -l. nici akes the population o0 Williams, proprietor, cDr. 0 St.. and Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, rpstalrs gossa.
-. -, .a Jackson. mayla 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144
FR ta SAlr .-10-ren hteasua. corner Snov
SN -Haulng and transfer lot, blocks from Pabaino, lot 9tz UNLIMITED amour of monay tr oa G
S- Uce po 36. sideace 12 on car itil For P zatloelar r n- on all kinds of personal propr
S6.7 Acosta & White, 22-28 N. quire of Standard Clothing Co. Special rate to buSIsta *wa on large
na 2Smch 29 Ja. loans. The New York Lea Co.. tOsH % lvV
South Palafto.
WAN-"E--Ordef far T Jora,,af TFOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent 1
.pec.a. Pensacolasad Pau&& Canal Ifor Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and HAULIN
Epca. hPensaco wll ad Ptlam C ault Fixtures of all descriptions Cashmam
T".;%,i. which will shortly appear., *p^
: -t.' 1khalf-tow e w llcturt appear. manufactured by Alpine Safe an 402 8. PALAFOX ST. SPECIA
S:: p.al .f-to-e pictes of Cutl" Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. MONEY TU iAJAN ON lDAMOND, BAG
L de c-Qer at Jonrnal c e e. Communicate with me for prices and Watche. Chains, lUngs and all anads
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- t collateral security at lowt rate of
n .NTL-scoad-4 Cor. O ritt Moreno, Pensacola Fla. interest. Barfsars i uan.eeeme
o: eedt I june. wedges
Sms ocitd. Write a -
r Z.Co. 0archlm


LI. L SM Secrlry


For Sals A
FOR SALE-At once, my patent- _
wright to manufacture and sell the LI LE
Model Mop, Pall and Wringer through
the entire state of Florida. This is a
good business for a hustler. Very lit- PLAIN TALK

tie capital required. No experience
with ver. little expenses and large We want yo to know
profits. Reason for selling good. If We want yo bueto knowtr
interested address Geo. A. Vucovich, uthat any burines entr
P. O. Box 534. Office Rear Park Hotel, us will ceie pom
Pensacola. Fla. 12jly2w tion and have the ctmo


PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for
sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-
ment. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla.
22Jlylm*
FOR SALE--1 3-room house in west
part of city, rented now. Price $450.
J. N. Andrews, July 19, 1905. 20jly
EXCHANGE-160 acres in Ross coun-
ty, Ohio, for cut-over land. Near Pen-
sacola. Address J. L. A., Journal
office. 20jlylw*
FOR SALE-Child's go-cart, in exce:-
lent condition, price reasonable if
sold at once. 223 West Intendencia
St. 16julylt*


and feel
iluted to
pt atten-
Ist care.


If You Want
to buy or sell property, rent or
lease dwellings, borrow or lend
money, secure a Fire, Life or
Accident InsurancePolicy, we
undoubtedly can serve you well
and to your satisfaction, at the
same time save you time and
money.
Our Methods
are up-to-date and you will find
it a pleasure to deal with us.
Our advice Is frea.


11 a~


. BROWN & Co

OO Theisen Bld'g
WE SELL LOTS"

ard and Rooms.


tENT-Three large
shed. $1.25 and
Apply Mrs. R. M.
iat Intendencia.


airy rooms,
$2.00 per
McKinnon.
16Jlylw*


PROPERTY

FOR SALE

$65.00 per month Is obtained in rents
from 11 houses, and the houses can be
had for $4750.00. figure this out, and
you will find that it will pay 14%.
$2500.00 of this price can be carried at
8%.
Other Bargains
3 houses, renting monthly
18.00 ....................$1600 00
5-room cottage, East Hill
(New) ................... 1500 00
&room cottage E. Romana .. 850 00
4 houses renting monthly
$23.50 ....................1850 00
10 lots. New City, overlooking
bayou .................... 1750 00
1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00

For Rent
10-room houpe, E. Gadsden ....$35 00)
Warehouse, Cushman's Alley .. 15 00
RENTS COLLECTED
MONEY LOANED.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
204'/ S. Palafox, Fisher Building


Mlsoollaneeus


Build you a house, I will give you
prices on material. P. 0. Box 288,


LENT-Four furnished rooms. Phone 810. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay-
Thomas McVoy, 113 West len Street Wharf. 30junelm*
16Julylw* PIANO TUNING.
SOMELY FURNISHED front I am prepared to do tuning and re-
; southern exposure; hot anl pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17
Lth. nrivilezP of telephone. Ap- years' practical experience in tha


I


GULF CITY


Cleaning &Dye

Works
MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER
MONTH.
Ladies and Gent's Clothing cleaned,
dyed and repaired. Goods called for
and delivered.
ABELL & FINCH, PROPS.,
En 9- Saturrkrrmr eq


DAILY SCHEDULE
For Steam Division
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leave Pehsacola for the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warringtoa,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35am
9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pna
6:15pw ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pm
8: 10pm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:50pm


"W. Government. Phone 705.' south. J. Conrad Scott. 244 E. Greg- Phone No. 163. Pensacola, Fla.. Saturday only.
16jlylw*'ory street. Pensacola. 25Junelm* Trains leave Fort Barranea for
Pensacola at-
Y FURNISHED rooms for rent, REGULAR MAIL LIN-r-Good conveyl a a Pets cola 3:40p,
privilege of light housekeeping, anec for traveling public. Dally ser- 1:00am ar Pensacola l:40sm
and half from Pslafox, 219 A. vice each way. From Chlpley to Bay. 2:00pmS r Pensacola 2:4opm
ment St. 23junelm head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley. B lue515p r Penacola 5:5
AND BOARD.-Delightful !o-10 .24mch 7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45pm
a on bay Shore; boating, bath- REAL STATIo 9:00pm ar Pensacola 9: 45p
Sfi shing. Inquire of Mrs. C. L ESTAT In all parts of city. rSUNDAY SCHEDULE
n, at Fisherville. Si ~ lm. ou buy the gronad and w weillil l e
a tuid -ayoar houe on long ta* ipa Electric car will leave Pensacola
build-Two urnoued rooms me your houseD. on lon timas o every hour from 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
ENT-Two furns Led rm Hl Wilso & has no equal. inclusive, and Saturday night only at
igh sUe. .WOTALR --. L D od, nor Sold ev 1 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Oe t's A l e pred ard Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
S who wt il hpisae ~ repti d n o ga laort notice. No. 1~t and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
S wr atft tot W"et Gowern t ats ea lo S e A Friedm n exception of the first car leaving Pen-
wor ay Teg West overme S A ntne m an saeola at 6 a. m., which will, on re-
wllgre OR ONJ DOLLAR AND turning, leave the Big Bayou at 4:20
i CENTS per head, we AD ri Wholesale Distributer a. m., and the 2 m. car will leave
S CINTd Rper ea o Ne will ulI out Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
ItU -d ft corr. arders The above is the week day schedule

Tri B t 4 Osft JateDoenoia. Herrins Leader in Imported ines which will began riday April
uth NiJo. o Nila, IBS M E Electric car will leave Penrapola at
)h. *SAILMAKER. and Liquors 7, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
SJ. H. POBTER almaker, 71 Soath 12:50, 1:50. 2:50. 3:50. 4:50, 5:50, 6:50,
SPalatex street, Orders taken tot PHONE 17L. 8, 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
tas MwlK t rn, caup stools and houe No. 31 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. the Big Bayou, and immediately re.
conts. ete. Plaote f sonable. $1n PENSACOLA, FLA. turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
cENT--O mc." ro m with show Beach will await arrival of steam
ENT-Ofice rom with show train from Pensacola and will then
w. Apply at. 34 8. Palafox. LEB L BIEBVTISE IIETS. run to Pensacola ahead of the traij
19flylmo ,,_~_ from Fort Barrancas.
ENT- elve-room dwen NOTICE. The steam trains will run as at
r HEN--Twelve-room dwelling LS-A white bull dog, with whie Printing Supreme Cotrt Reports. present, but will serve this electric
Pr Hayne and Wright. Suitable spot in right eye, Reward for re- Bids ill b received by th Board of car schedule and :1 work I conn
rding house. Apply W. S. oar tn to 23 So kfox St. 22jyl* Bids wil be received by t B oa of n witork 1 cone
12july Ccmmissioners of State Institutions at!terwth
2y LOST--A pair of gold-towed, rimless Tallahassee, Florida, until 2nd day oil
ENT-New five-room cottage eyeglasses, in a black Morocco cate, August. 1905, for the printing and'
r line, corner 1oth street and on Thursday afternoon, between the binding of the following named vol- PnsIe aI,| St. Andrrws and
nue. Inquire at Turton's Photo Old Mill Inn and the County Clu). umes of the Supreme Court Reports:
12July Finder will be liberally rewarded by Volumes 46, 47 and 48, comprising the 861 Stemalm 0.'
NT.-Lower oor of d ra returning same to Harry E. Graham,! decisions of the Supreme 'Court for WE
NT.-LoWer floor of desirab!. Court House Annex. 22jly3t* the June term, 1903, and the January
ace on North Hill, unfurnlsh. STEAMER TARPO1
dress 444, care Journal. IAST-Wednesday morning going and June terms, 1904. must be seall ad
lw* from Escambia Hotel to navy yard, All bids must be seale and addressMater
via 8:15 boat, wallet containing sum ed to The Board of Commissioners of A ater.
ENT.-Residence lately o> of money and paper of value to me State Institutions, Tallahassee, Flori- FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AN
d by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. only. Liberal reward for return to da. FREIGHT SERVICB
street. Apply to R. M. Cary, totel. 21jlylw* The printing and binding must be -Between-
ilafox street 7June done in the State of Florida. The B
work must be completed within nine- PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALAOH.
ENT-Twenty-room house, oor- Wco oB WRITUT Co ty days from the date of the contract. COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. A*.
barracks and Zarragossa street. u All copy is to be received by the con- DREWS, MILLVILLE
for boarding house. Apply tractor at the Attorney General's of-
M. J. Moreno, 216 Bast Zarr. Manunaclurers of fice and proof delivered and read And all points on St. Andrew Bay,
26m:t and dealers in there. All work when completed must Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
SLUMBER, LAt1HI, SAWEDCYPRESS be delivered there. 100 bound In law SCHEDULE
SHINGLES AND KILN- sheep and 400 with paper covers of' Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30
VE YOUR HAULING TO DRIED SAPS. each number are requtfed. 50 pound m., for Mobile, Ala.
T M. f. book paper; szlse of paper 24x38; Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p
~harts T~ransUfePr o.l lrmYA number of volume.printed tthe top m.. for St. And ews, Millville, Apa-
l hant Transfeof each page; about 700 pas to each lacoicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS volume; model 134 Mo. Re rts. points.
Thor. B. Thorsen, Prop. F. GON1AL2E & CO, Prop. No more copies shall be printed, and For additional information apply 6j
GI OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Mautacturers no sales made upon penalty of a for- J. R. SAUNDERS,
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND feature of five hundred dollars. E. R. COBB, Presidet.
L ATTENTION VN TO STOCK FCED. Details of the proposed contract may Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt-
LATTENT DA O GIVN TO y yawt mem and stock feed from be had upon application to the Secre- Pensacola. Fla.
;QAGE DAY OR NIIHT. the home manufacturer, encouraging tary of the Board of Commisssloners:
home Ir ldtry, ontrlbute to home of State Institutions, Tallahassee, Fla.
P. 0. COX, .W. city. ljulyoaw5w Governor. vL
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S F. R. GouldIng. 08 Souto
S Phone 62, Recldence
44 -. J22unelam
^^'^^-HAND FUBNITURLE, Ho---
l:. Ar.ies, Jewelry ad say ile
. A -t:cie wanted. We pay aom
Ad- res P. 0. Bfo 3C (%,f.

E RENTAL BUSINEs Is er
-:.,:y and your bu e- iwNQ
a lttentionJ D. bate W1
o Co.

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F' i '- ne varnishing
S.: ign painting a spe-,
:'*:*ce phone 240. 17oy.

W- ANTMED-Young lady
: as Ftenographer.'
., ur cuntry town. Co-
S' in figures. Refereeanm.
S., care Journal. 8yylBm*


For Rent.
North Hill resdence, 10 rooms..S50.00
715 North Baylen ............. .40.00
304 Noft *Spring ..............25.00
Houee near Perdido Wharf .... 20.00
21 Weat Roana ............. 20.00
314 East Strong ............... 17.50
40 Eat Chme ................ 15.0
M0 e Welt Min ....,........... 15.00
421 Eat Governmmnt ...........11.00
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW-
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


NORTH HILL PROPERTY.

Six desirable building lots at

$2,000.

EAST HILL PROPERTY
A Nice Home, 505 E Gadsde, 7 room*, at


fi,590.


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S tr OUR BOARD FOR NARGAINIS


For Rent.
700 West Intendencia ..,.....
328 West Intendencia .........
809 North 7th avenue ..........


9.00
8.00
8.00


STORES AND OFFICES.
315Y South Pslaiox,, up- tair
suitable for club or offiCts.
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government.
MONEY TO LOAN.AT THE LOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


We Advertise Free.


FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY


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LOANS.
We have about $10,000 on hand, which we can lend on good real
estate security nl sum*,of $100.00 to $250.00 at 7% and 8%.

REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Block 169, New City tract, 20 lots, at $3500.00.
Block 163, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175.00 per lot.
South half of blocK 143, New City tract, overlooking Bayou, 6
lots, at $1500.00.
Block 120, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayou, 20 lots, at $2750.
A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hayne
street, at $2260.00.
Dwelling, North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.

DWELLINGS FOR RENT.
Two-story Dwelling, North Beylen street, $30.00.
Two-story Dwelling, No. 211 West Cervantes street, 8 rooms,
modern conveniences, $30.00.
Also renting property an' bargains can be had by calling on

Those. C. Watson & Co
LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.


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CAPT. EIMIE EHSMWiSO
OWNER.



LAUNCH STEPHEN
CITY WHARF ULDM6,

Open to charter by private parties
tor fishing trips, bathing, or other
summer recreation.

Formerly ship's boat for Spanish
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
prize captures.

MIas full canopy and is most com-
fortable boat in the bay.


OWNER.
CAPTAIN.
1070.


company; tu,oOO land company; build-
ing supply company.
SalCm--100-ton lead and zinc mill.
Somerset-Electric light plant; ice
factory


pany.
Columbia-$5,00 warehouse
pany.
Anderson-$20,000 warehouse


com-
com-


Lo i n.. pany.
Louisiana. Yorkville--$8,000 hardware corn-
New Orleans-$500.000 medicine panry.
factory; $50,000 oil company; $25.000: Aiken-Water works.
tank manufacturing company. Charleston--laundy; canning fac-
SLake Providence-Cotton gin; $10,- tory.
000 lumber manufacturing company. Georgetown $100,000 chemical
Baton Rouge-Brick works; cotton works.
compress. Dillon---Ice and cold storage plant.
Mississippi. Tennessee.
Pass Christian- $500.000 laundry. Memphis-$40.000 saw mill; $20,000
Jackson-- 12.000 lumber company. stnne works; grain elevator; cooper-
M'.rte-Water works. .-e plant; boiler and engine works;
Ocean Springs--25,000 builders'; $10,o00 hardwood mill.
supply' company. Chattanooga-$25,000 boiler and
Wiggins-$10.000 ice factory; 20- tank works.
ton ice factory; bottling works. Bristol-Mines (near).
Meridian-Cotton compress. Nashville-$75,000 manufacturing
Newton-$25,000 hardware com-
ccmpany.
Jackson $10,000 manufacturing


company.
Natchez-$24.000 lumber company.
Brookhaven-$5.000 laundry.
Missouri
Webb City-Mines; stamp mills;
$11.000 stamp mill.
Kansas City-$50,000 slate quarry-
ing company; $50,000 $50,000 supply
company; $150,000 lumber company.
Cane Girardeanu-S10 n 000 lImhb-


_F" -- --- juuer
company.
r Poplar Bluff--6,000 lumber com-
Walter S 00t0n pany.
W alter S. Hoo n, St. Louis-$400.000 building corn-
General Dealer in pany; $7.000 supply company; $20,000
General Dealer in development company; $5,000 invest-
Sld*s, Bicycle ment company; $10,000 chemical com-
sp Bicycs any; $15.000 manufacturing company;
$10.000 Iron and coke company; $O0,-
nd Fittin 000 milling company; $160,0000 mining
n Flying. company; $15,000 woodworking plant.
Joplin-Two mining companies to
CYCLES REPAIRED. develop lead and zinc mines; mining
CYCLES FOR RENT. company; $10.000 sludge mill; mines.
O__ Oran--12.000 telephone company.
ion Safes, Cash Registers, Type Oronoo tam Mll.
writers. Guns. Pistols Locks and Um-i an- th Cam-mll.
brellas repaired Durham--Lvmber -mill.
reas repaired. Charlotte-Mines (new.)
SMon Scissors, Knives Greensboro-- 50,000 cotton com-
a, sharpened. :pany.
Most complete line 3f keys in the Washington $100,000 warehouse
Uyt company; $125,000 fertilizer factory.
Graham-$25,00 Ice factory.
12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST. Oxford-436,00 Ice factory.
PHONE 1133. Marion-$10,000 chemical company.
Concord-4100,000 textile manufac-
turing company.
I aleigh-4-100,00 fertilizer factory.
company.

Corbett--O0,.O telephone company.


Mountain View;.-O$l00O supply com-
pany.
Altus--Lunry.
Oklahoma City--$.,00o power and
0ostruetimo com0nay; hardware com-
Pany.
Ch -4iU. -and c .n .
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WELL-DRESSED


FEELING


It's something that most men
appreciate. Some of them pay
pretty high to secure it; others
wear 'sm ready-to-wear and get
it for half the money.
We don't ask you to take our
word for the exceilency of .our
clothing, but it would
PLEASE US IMMENSELY
if you would come in and look
at our offerings.
If you are a merchant tail-
or's man. we will guarantee to
surprise you.
Paying too much and waiting
too long is the "made-to-order"
way.
Paying just enough and get-
ting satisfaction is re' way.
We fit all shapes, $5 to $15.



Why Pay More?



H. 0. ANISON
CASH MCOTIR
Phae 297

Cor Mainand Pd Sw


--IEWH USTRIESSERVCltES R PII PAS


1 LANE PER1 CUTOOR paint is no bet-
SPSTTTENDah no paint d
OF 1U 10n mand costs almost as
WrS n CINSoUlgood p in
u"RED SAL" Pure White u
Are wearing clothes made of
cotton mixed fabrics. Most of in SA ig i w Lad-is the paint that best v
thm don't know it-not yet.South W
So-e of them bought it because. mb C reasonable cost t
it was a little lower priced. TheiaG ticB Rei S. Y. Pit Cy o bl
fact is they all paid more than w th hi t ulity.
it was worth. Men would not wth t quality.
buy this mercerizedd cotton" mSOLD BY
cheat in clothes if they were B
sold on their merits at their Chattanooga, Tea.. July 21.-In- Since the 10th of March Rev. 8. Y. A. M. AVERY. c
real value. If you wear cotton dustrial development of the Southern Pitts, city missionary, stndma the aus-
mixed clothes, insist on getting states continues on a gigantic sclte :pices of the First Baptist Church T
them for a low enough price- New industries reported to The and the Florida State Mission Board
Don't pay more than their value. Tradesman, and summarized herewith, has been doing mission' work it the UR tP
represent all the natural conditions corner of Chase street and 11th ave- TI
THE BEST PLAN IS TO BUY peculiar to the several states, and the nue. TURPEN tI
OUR GUARANTEEO capitalization reaches into large fig- Auspicious providence seemed to LAMil
ALL WOOL ures. The accompanying list shows concur in pointing to forward move- M Millan Brs. Co.L
the development during the week end- ment. The services of Rev. W. F. r
Not "just as good," but abso- ing Wednesday, as authorized by The Wagner, pastor at DeFuiiak Springs, Manufacturers,
lately the best in clothes, $10 Tradesman, the new concerns being were secured, and a shares of Gospeli MOBILE ALABAMA.
to $25. classified according to the states and meetings were begun July 16th. On ---- -- ---
cities in which they are located. Ala- ihe evening of the 15th, thirteen per-
bama inaugurates a $100,000 power sons presented themselves, went into A
plant, which is in lire with the general covenant relations to keep house forr MKE TS
and very important movement in te God, and were recognized by a council
John W hite South to utilize water power now run-'; f ministers and deacons from the
ning to waste. Two new cotton gins First Church and the West End
appear to the credit of Oklahoma and Church. Through the courtesy and Naval Stores Market f
OI^tlr to MK andD B 'Botwo are in the Texas industrial list. iindness of the Wright Mill Company Savannah, Ga., July 21.-The naval
Several canning factories just estab- he meetings are being held in their stores market closed to-day as fol-
205o207 S. Palafo x. shed would indicate more effort to -heds at the corner or 10th aven'-e lows:
save the waste farm products of this and Aragon street at 3;30 in the after- WW .......................$4 90
Phone 225. section. The list reveals a very strik- noon and 7:30 p. m.. WG ......................... 4 65
ing array of new companies organized Rev. Wagner is preaching with ac- N ........................... 4 35
for developing such natural resource. ceptance and power to large and atten- M .........................4 20 z
as timber, coal. iron, oil ana' gold. ive audiences. Three took membe-- K...........................4 05
as iec Alabama. hip last night. The meetings will I........................ 4 00
Birmingham $25,000 contracting continue through the week and Into H.........................6
Bircompany;inhavestment25,000 contracting g next w2ek. A cordial invitation is ex- G .......................... 3 87
co000 lumber company.ompany; tended to all. F .......................... 3 82%
Linden-43,000hardware companyE ........................... 3 70
Lilnden-5,000 hardware cmpani War Against Consumption. D ........................... 3 4 n
gidland Cty-110,000 fertilizer and All nations are endeavoring to C -..............$3 35 to 4 40
n com occman- heck the ravages of consumption, the Spirits Turpentine, 581N cents.
T"e Tug M ena h Florence--$50,00 company to man- "white plague" that claims so many
ufacture cotton seed delinters. victims each year. Folcy's Honey and
Mwontgomery-(200.000 acid com- Tar cures coughs and colds perfect- New York Cotton Fuaures.
will run her regular i paner -_
nday excursins Sunday, as follows: i Ily and you are in no danger of con- New York, July 21.-Cotton futures
ay excur s Sunay, asfollow Elmore--30000 lumber company. sumption. Do not risk your health opened weak. July 10.59; August
Leave City at 10 a. m. for Station. Evergrea--$t mi o- by taking some unknown preparation 10.58; September 10.70; October 10.78;
eave Stati 12 for Pnsacola. Evergreen-$10, hardware coMr- when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe November 10.78; December 10.83;
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for Station. pan. and cer-tain in results. Ask for January 10.86; March 10.98: April
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gulf and Eiba-$100,000 power plant. Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upon 10.99@11.03; May offered 11.08.
return to Station. Arkansas. having it. W. A. ,..ilemberte, drug-
Leave Station 6 p. m. for Pensacola. Pine Blu-5 lumber co-' gist and apothecary New York Stock Market.
parties can stop at Station 6on firatl pany.
Ptri candy n sto hat Stay in ast Mena-$500,000 mining and milling LOST BOY. New York, July 21.-Opening chan- is
trip an return to the City in last company. Missing--John Nealy Vermllllon a ges were unimportant and the volume
Ozark-$25,000 milling company. white boy eleven years old. Has scar of business small. Northwestern rose 1
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 50 CENTS. Lincoln-Lumber company. on left side of chin. Disappeared from -1j Tenssee Coal and Northh
CHILDREN, 25 CENTS. Magnolia-$15,000 telephone system. his home about three weeks ago. Any American fell %. Otherwise there h.
Florida. information will be gladly received were no changes greater than 1/ re.
Tainpi-4500,000 naval stores com- by his father, W. L. Vermillion, 625 ported within the first five minutes of
Tany.mI Heinberg St. the trading. pI
APPensacola--22.500 development and S t
construction company. Cotton Market Conditions. a
PaS etersburga- -50,o00 land pany; $100,000 automobile and gas en- New York. July 21.-The cotton fo
NN D Un iPetersbu 0 landcom- gine company; $20.000 briek works; market opened weak at a decline of
pany,. holler and machine works; $20,000 sur- 10 to 14 points and was 14 to 15 si
Punta Gord--Cigar factory.. gical supply company. points lower on the active months un- n
LAUNCHES Carabe'e--0000. company to build Beed-$5.000 cotton gin. ler bear pressure a~i liIquidation b0s- ca
ice and canning factories, etc. Oney-Gin andmill company. ed on lower cAbles pood weather and
CUPID, ROBT. L. E., NANCY AND Georgia. Renfrow-$125,000 manufacturing fears that prospect t e ew crop ar- C
EDNA S Bainbrige-Tobacco packing plant. company. rivals wild break the market. There th
IEDA k Indian Territory. Cleveland-$50.000 brick works. as covering at the decline and mod-
Chickasha-$1,000,000 cotton oil Hennessy-$20,000 mill ana' elevator crate bull support. and toward the
company. i.iddle of the morning the market re-
e chartered by the hour, day or mpany.company.".oe
be chaerea b our, day or Khebs-Coal mines. Pawne 15,000 oil and gas com- v d 4 or pointsof the loss.
week. Terms, reasonable. Kentcky. pawto dr Tradingh was comparatively quiet. awl CI
s furnished if desired ,000 acisville-$tylene as,000 mining compa Sden uth Carolina.vestment co evelpments.
nsils furnished if desired. y; $10,000 acetylene gas machine Camden-$25,000 investment com-deveopments.


SHIPPING NEWS

Arrived Yesterday.
Hudson, Nor bk, Knudsen, 771, Lon-
Ion to order.
Sailed Yesterday.,
Pert. Ital ss, for Genoa.
VESSELS IN oufT.
Stenhlpe.
Brantingham, Br as, Flause, 1685,
as Palmas to Fr. J. Schreyer.
Cartha, Br as, Johnson, 541, Ha-
vana to Export Lumber Co.
Ela Br Nielsen, 1229, PomarO
o J. A. Merritt & Co.
Elswick Park, Br ss, Mills, 2208,
Vera Cruz to F. 0. Howe & Co.
Goodwood, Br ss, Boog. 2313, Balti,
more to Win. S. Keyser Co.
Inchmoor, Br as, Curtis, 3078, New-j
astle to Gulf Transit Co.
Pecine, Aust as Sarijanovich, 1463,
'ampico to Gulf T'ransit Co.
Romola, Br as, Presant. 1380, Huelva
o Master.
Sicanla, Ital so, Bianchi. 2928, Genoa
o Gulf Transit Co.
Telesfora, Span ss Bengoa., 2917,
Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Vivinia. Span ss. If-S3, Bustinza,
rampa to Gulf Transit Co.
Wanderer, Br ss, Hunter, 2666,
.iverpool to A. A. Brown & Co.


Brank. SKUElllltlrf lllll*ikd.l^ t:XuS %HUUyOR% H *g3s ,
DeGrogori Globatta, Ital bk, Fer- g ,jrj 11AT,
ari, 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow Wrk S uy
Ital bk uc Cingnni, Ola, 1258 ron W works and C .
rom Genoa, to Rosasco Bros. Manufacturers and Repairers of
Oceans, Port bk. Molledo, 1123, New MAH A D B LES
)rleans to H. Baars & Co. MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Thomas, i bk, Garro. 803. to C. B. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
aflero. : STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Ocnooner Prompt attention given to all orders, day or nighr. :--
Harry W. Lewis, Br sch,, 279, Matan- for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Do, .. /
aS to J. A. Merritt &Co. Chains of all descriptions.
Lassel, Am ach. Reynolds, 1225, Bat-C
Lassel Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, BaOffice Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr.
more to master. Residence Phone 102. P. 0. Box :. r
Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt Residence Phone 19.
53, New York to order. S" "-SU% UJURt 3%3%%iiU^3 *3% %%:.=*~, V,
Ships.
Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
era, 1170, Liverpool to master.
Evelymion, Rus ship, Aylinr, 1882, S:.
qavaire to master. | I TrT = f \ T O NTT X 7 / A I M f'


I LC ULJLJ VINE AFE ,L

Corner Baylen and Zarragossa, Upstairs.


OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.

MAINTAINS A FIRST-CLABS SERVICE. WE SEND ORDERS
OUTSIDE. HAVE ALL THE DELICACIES OF
THE SEASON.

Phone 536, two rings,


H. GEO. JACOBSON.


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APALACHICOLA


Special to The Journal.
Apalachicola, July 21.-Apalachicola
forging to the front.
The A. N. railroad is progressing
nely.
Mr. Geo. Marshall is building a
handsome residence for Mr. J. N.i
oombs.
Messrs. Echols & Merchant have
irchased the saloon of C. E. Cone.!
corner Center and Market streets, and
re giving it a general overhauling'
id painting. They expect to open!
r business about August 1.
Mr. O. P. Road, one of our progres-
ve merchants, has just installed a
ew computing scale and a National
ash register.
The G. F. & A. Railway's steamer
recent City is on the dry dock andi
e tug lola has taken its place on the,
ail line to Carrabelle.

CHOLERA INFANTUM.
children Not Expected to Live from
One Hour to Another, but Cured by:
Chamberlain's Colic .Choae a d ,


New Orleans Cotton Futures. Diarrhoea Remedy.
New Orleans, July 21--The market Ruth, the little daughter of E. N.'
bare.l steady: July 10.69 bid; Augusni Dewey. of Agnewville. \a., was seri-
10.72 asked; September 10.72 bid; Oc- ously ill of cholera infantum last sum-:
tober 10.75e 7t6; Nov.r-.ber 10.76@ mer. "We gave her up and did not
10.78; December 10.79 r10.80; Jan.- expect her to live from one hour to
ary 10.83@'10.S4; March 10.95. another," he says. "I happened to,
think of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera-
and Diarr'hoea Remedy and got a bot-
Chicago Grain Market. tle of it from the store. In five hours
Chicago, July 21.--Fresh reports ot I saw a change for the better. We
damage to spring wheat by black rust kept on giving it and before she had
scnt wheat prices still higher here to- taken the half of one small bottle she'
day, the September (ption at one was well." This remedy is for sale
ime showing a rain ef 1% cents cor- by all druggists.
pared with yesterday's closing quota-
tion. An advance of nearly 4 cents Du
in the price of the September deiih- During the season of early vere-
ry at Minneapolis was an influential tables and unripe fruits, diarrhoea.
factory and bowel disorders are prevalent.
Weather in the northwest was con-Calais' Simaruba Bowel Tonic stops
Wucivc to the further spread of the the fermentation, kills the poisonous
rust blights, rain being ;-ported from germs and cures in a short time. Pricz
the Dakotas. Offering' were light, 25c. Sold at White's Pharmacy.
-the selling being mostly by long.
Septemlr opened to "' cents PREPARING FOR THE
higher at 871 to 88 cents, sold up o
88:4. After retracting to S5 '@85,% WEST FLORIDA FAIR.
cents, Minneapolis, Duluth and Chi-
cago reported receipts of 217 cars, The DeFuniak Breeze says: The'
against 177 cars last week, and 201 county commissioners of Holmes.
cars a year ago. county will take up the matter of ap.t
Strength of wheat offset the effect, pointing a commissioner to see about i
of weak cables, causing a comparative-: an exhibit from that county at thel
ly steady tone in the corn market. The fair, at their next regular meeting.
volume of trading was small. S'p- Holmes county never has failed to use-
tember opened % cents higher at 5'; the opportunities presented to push
cents, sold up to 55% and then react- !that county to the fron-, and it is not-
ed to 547. likely that this will be the beginning'
of a wrong step.
The preliminary announcement of
company. the premiums to be awarded will be
Dandridge-Flouring mill. out next week and the full premium;
Dickson-Handle factory. list will be out within a very short'
Texas. time.
Clifton-Power plant; 1500 barrelI From the inquiries being made!
flouring mill. from individual exhibitors some stuff
Temple-Creamery; $60,000 gas com- is going to be shown here that will
pany. surprise even those who think they
Anderson-$110,000 hardware com- know what this section can produce.
pany. Secretary Storrs went to Pensacola1
Corsicana-$5,000 warehouse com- this week on business connected witnl
pany. the promotion of the fair.
Leggett-$600,000 oi land develop-
ment company. 0 0I-at -----IF
Milburton-Saw mill (near). :
Prairieville--Cotton gin ana' mill. TERSELY TOLD
Houston-$75,000 iron works; $25,- BUSINESS LOCALS.
000 building and loan company.
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Bartlett-Cotton gin.
Virginia.
Newport News--Canning factory.
Richmond-$50,000 iron works.
Roanoke-Power plant.
Claremont-$20,000 lumber company.
Drake's Branch-$20,000 wagon fac-
tor'.
Weston--50,000 oil and light com-
pany.
West Virginia.
Morgantown--100.000 gas company.
Charleston--125,000 coal and, coke
-company-
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Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua
streets.
MeKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chandlers and grocers,
the only first-class house of the kind I
in Penacola. Fair prices to all.
Why use inferior paper, whoe yo
acm btW Kelso Bond, French Dmaity,
Igra Lea. or Crae's Boead at C. .
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GEO.W. PRYOR&SONS


IS THE ORIGINAL CUT-PRICE GROCERY STORiE


We have everything that others havcandevery bhin
that the other 3 an don't have, and at cut price s,


Standard Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for........... .....!
5 gallons Pure Georgia Cane Syrup............. .. .. ....
10 gallon keg Georgia Cane Syrup .. .......... ....
Florida Syrup, per gallon.. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .........
Best Patent Flour, 98 pound bags.......................
Pure Sugar Cured Sweet Hams, per pound ............ .. ..
12 cans Magnolia Milk............... .... .. ......
Tennessee Butter, 10 pounds .......... ....... ...
Creamery Butter, per pound...........................
Tomatoes, 2 pound Cans, per dozen........ ........ ....
One dozen Cans Corn.. .. .... .. .................


These are 'bed rock" cash prices. Come and sce us
or phone your order.

GEO. W. PR YOR & SONS
127, 129, 131. 133 East Government Street,
Telephones Produce Dept, 29. Grocery Dept, 223.


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Watches, and valuables
of all kinds.
Unredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice Line Cut Glass.
S Watches and clocks repaired and work delivered whPi ;
Ssed.
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our :
in which to keep all valuables.
Office, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs House.
Phone 1127.


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makes a hot.- moderate or slow fire.


RoWoe Istaled Complete for $13.


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PETER VERDICHIA, .
PHONES, 358 and


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