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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 25, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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The Associated Press


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JOleNAS Want Ad,
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NVOLI. VIII.


INO 1780


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 25. 1905..


PRICE 5 CENTS


MANYY LIVES LOST


9b Conflapgatn at Humble Field
Caused by Lightning is
Bepyd Control.


EIGHTEEN MISSING


Ten of Whom are Believed to Hae
Perished in Flames.

HLNDREDS OF PEOPLE RENO-
ELRLED -C'.'ELESS AND FORCED
-. EAVEE ALL POSSESSIONS
EE-I D-FIRE IS SPREADING
AN% LOSS WILL BE ENORMOUS.

By Associated Prees.
S 0.\. .ih! 24.-The loss of
~.' oil flrc. as near as
.- -:.::,,! is twelve, but no
i:ained. The Texas
*:.. ia malic an estimate
g ,', fii\\ any insurance fLgu-
.: ;'acs t( he loss at 2,500,-
,it; :,,1 at over $300,000 and
e : pumping plant,
.. . .. '.... $25.000.

F FL SPREADING AND
LOSS WILL BE ENORMOUS.

July 24.-It iz reported from
he fire, which has been
eight Aiours, has spread
of the Guffev Company.
ty loss therefore will be
Eighteen mien are now
of whom a'n believed to
d in the flamr.
I %. ArAS RENDERED
HUNDREDS hSMELES.
:,',-. :,:'v 24--Covering


IN TEXAS OIL FIRE


Executive Head of the


Western Union Company


CAR ICATVr E KETCH OF.COL. ROBERT C. CiOWW. ,
'Wr. -owry is presidet and general manager of the Western Ulidou
Telegraph Company.


Sa mile
m afmoke ANO THER RAID ON THE
,, s .she oilk
SI, t,..a h coein ST. LOUIS RACE T
I \;.; I ,,i1,a:,i: continueSNI
:.', : ., ii;:i :-; he great
", ,ir-. :: L"; : fire having
ii: a fire ing POSSE OF POUCEMEN UNDER OREDRS ANO INSTRUC
S:.':' ~OW'h<':i K C can be ex-
-: L I. Certainly GOVERNOR POLK FORCED ENTRANCE TO DELMA


ttiP-:' aA jf ,he oil
-~';~ri-,which heid
.r.e c, I ;r. ning struck
I: Is now
1 (? (, t nt,-rt) 1iiemen


RACK

TIONS FROM
kR BUT


NO ARRESTS WERE MADE-CHIEF OF RAID-
ERS RESISTED ARREST BY
CONSTABLE.


S. ;:. i;lace the By Asociated Press.
.. ; ..-:i a filty, t. Louis, July 24.-About a hundred
confirmed. policemen under command' of Captain
confirmed. McNamee acting under orders from
.. ::: . n. ., mes- peo- Chief Kelly. who in turn is acting un-
,f n1:1,m 03a:.' awaiting a der orders and instructions from Gov-
S .. -u-', ,:,. They eraor Folk. forced an entrance into
Delmar race track to-day to see that
n ":,s a:i sla,'k> in thei there was no violaton of the sati-pool
fled :ir 'h, r live- ;o the law and to arrest any person actually
tr-ol dan.'-r Tht-\ left seen making beta. No arrests were
ongings ai:.i t !.: have made.
bty tire. Vwinch runs out
,)il tfild. 4houurg it has
c m.mmum:Ia:e-: t, any S TT D FOR
o wel!. I)urting the SE LED FO
-, r hert was a heavy
:. h:'. ooer the LOSS SUSTAINED
S-a of v a`er. coating
i htin:l o(f If this
i. probable the
: r? ('nCopan' the Sun I The insurance companies have set-
-ntia;:... owners may tied with Capt. T. EL Welles tor the
4.500.00 bar- loss sustained by him through the big
a, ank began to fre of several weeks Ice, we thI
S:. ::, mules were building occupied by the Welle-Kahn
:o hrow up earth Co. was badly damage.
confiw the fre to The matter of estaating the dam-
,.'.tiv .... b-bbled ana age to the building wa left to Chas.
'-s burning H. Turner and A D. Alfred, tt being
S,. : ... and the agreed between the owmer and the ad-
a:- ;. other justers for the iurance coeOpanies,
;ur ng oIl ,-aught str-
Sanr hemmed them that their estimate woult be atisfac-i
Srarzlhie fcr safety." tory and a settlement uade Uao this
neir scrapers an.1 basis. This was dome, the -stimnte
Snole of them Lcing $2.000. The tara! paid by the
.-i p: o but at coapni--s on the sto and llding
.- w're cremated. n oounv'i -- o $10,0N.
.,- .t to go down. An !cspecdioa of the bhnlding by the
a-cli possible they owners and adjusters brought forth
S WLile all of the much praise for the work of the ire
r:. a counted for, department under Chief Bicker, and
ha: are certainly many wondered that the entire stock
;,,-ished. land building; had sot bePn detroyeo'.


Body of Paul Jones Reposes

In Vault at Naval Academy

y> Asociated P-r. 'lted to accoOpll it tRSmor from
S .--ln a simple' the Paris cemetery whe it b heen
ds of tUn- at repose for mom than a esatury
--ouds of theUn- ws completed.
SAca .my to-day lie The formal ati olS reeptU of the
.;i, Pa;ii Jones. With body with atWrprte emrte is
at- ending the lad- reserved until St al bk p ISed is the
Su.I rumn the cr sptadid vailg MW rr @r
& r&avaai oIpedft ma w af s o o IC *Rg ININ ,


Constable Lentz with a posse and a
warrant charging trespass and de-
struction of property endeavored to
arrest Captain MoNamee but Chief
Klely had ordered that none of the
officers should submit to arrest an-u
Captain McNamee refused to consider
the endeavors of Constable Leats to
take him into custody. His own men
surrounding him him in protection
until Lentz desisted. The races were
run according to schedule.


REMAINS OF ED.

DANSBY AT REST

The remains of Edward C. Danaby
were placed at rest Sunday afternoon.
The funeral services conducted at the
home of the sister of the deceased,
Mrs. Hollifleld, were largely attended,
and not one-half of those who were
paying tribute to the deceased could
find space within the residence.
The funeral cortege moved from the
residence to St. John's cemetery,
where the interment was made. The
cortege that followed the remains to
the last resting place was one of the
largest witnessed here for some
months.r. Dansby was a popular
young man, and every person with
whom he was acquainted had a good
word for him. These friends were
present when the casket was lowered
into the grave, and there were many
tears shed a the service was con-
cluded.
The floral tributes were many and
beautiful and attested the high regard
in which he was held by all.


EMPEROR


CZAR- HO I -+A


CONFEICE


Met Monday Morning fpli an
Island Off the Coast of
Sweden.


TALKED OF PLACE


German Ruler is C orating
With President Roessdt.

BELIEVES CZAR CAW 4 LY AT-
TAIN PEACE AT 'i)ME BY
GRANTING NEEDED H
GERIMAN POLICY OF *ON-INTER
FERENCE REMAINS t49 *AME.

By Assoclated PraeW
Berlin, July 24.-The foreign ofce
here is advised that a meeting between
emperor Wllliam and Smperor Nich-
olas took place early to-day of the
Swedish coast near the Island of
Bloerkee.


JAPS FEEL KINDLY


TOWARD AMERICA


ENGLAND WINS


THE TENNIS


TROPHY


Americans Defeated at Wimble-
don After Series of Hard
Fought Games.

By Associated Pres.
London, July 24.-The final matches
for the Dwight L. Davis international
lawn tennis trophy drew a crowd at
Wimble4pn to-day, and as was expect-
ed Wlllim A. Lurned gave L. Dogh-
egr a good game. Although beaten
Larned played the beet tennis he has
shown in this country and it was nec-
essary to play fifty games before Doh-
erty was able to settle the matter
In the second match Holcombe Ward
we to have played S. H. Smith, but
but as Ward hd suffered a family
bereavement, William J. Clothier was
substituted. He gave Smith a hard
game but the fnglishman was too
steady for him. Clothier tried several
new serves, but nothing could over-
come Smith.
In the play at Wimbledon, which has
listed fthpr da s*h. th1 Enishmen


Emperor Nicholas wrote to Emperor won Mfteen sets to the American eight
William several days ago that if dur- amd 132 games to the Americans 101.
ing the latter's yachting in the Baltic
he should approach the Russian shore
he (Emperor Nicholas) would be
pleased to meet him. Thef asJ em-
peror replied that he woie be glad to IAWOR
cruise to any convenient bhlat ad the
Island bf Bloerkep was gTwstd. It
was understood that the c....rata
was to be entirely personal sad
mate agd therefore no pitE 1
'tKher gornmeat wa* to.re at _. 1- 9 T
although the Russian minister of ma- I
rine is in Emperor Nicholas's suite.
The meeting is a sequel to the cor-
respondence that has been going on
between the two emperors concerning Ordered Removal of Old Cosgrive
peace, in which Emperor William
urged Emperor Nicholas to take steps Pattern Shao Which Ocupies
towards peace. Emperor William was Pern Sip Wl UWDIIIS
Ten cooperating with President lo li tr
Roosevelt seeking to bring- the bellig- gnli tre
erents to a discussion of terms of
peace and in the present meeting the The Board of Public Works held a
Associated Press is authoritatively in- meeting last night, convening about
formed Emperor William was to con- 6 o'clock, with Chairman Turner, May-
tinue to advise peace, should the Rus- or BUss and Mr. Zelius present.
sian Emperor ask for his further Quite a number of communications
views, and it would be very natural of an unimportant nature were read,
that Emperor Nicholas should do so, after which the board discussed at
as a development of the correspond- some length the removal of the old
ence which has already taken place. Cosgrove pattern shop building, which
Emperor William went to the meeting occupies the center of Magnolia street.
as the Associated Press is officially in- It is the property of Mrs. Aylward, and
formed, prepared to say if he were the authorities have been endeavoring
asked that he thought Emperor Nich- to get it out of the street for several
olas could attain a full understanding years, but without success. This time,
and reconciliation with the discontent- however, the board gale the owner
ed portions of his people only through fifteen daye, in which to remove the
reforms. The German government is building. It is presumed the city will
interested in seeing the neighboring remove it if the owner does not, fol-
country peaceful and prosperous for it lowing the precedent established when
ib toward the Russian empire that the old meat market building one
Germany's manufacturers look for block above was torn down.
great trade expansion in the future. The board also gave the owners of
The German emperor is most reluc- a number of boat houses in the rear
tant to have either the Russians or of the pattern shop the same length of
others think that he is volunteering time to remove them, as they also oc-
suggestions regarding the internal af- cupy the street.
fairs of Russia. He is not doing so, There were many complaints about
but will only give his personal views the removal of garbage by the city
on their being asked for. Enperor contractor. The board decided to
William has the fullest information compel the contractor to live up to the
regarding the Russian situation and contract, as he is under bond, and
may be able to give Emperor Nicho- gave him until to-morrow at noon to
las statements of fact ana' deductions get the garbage away from the places
ftom them that are unknown to the where complaints havp originated. If
Russian emperor, the order is not complied with it
So far as the rumor in other capi- will be removed at the expense of the
tals that a scheme is afloat to comn- contractor
bine several of the powers in giving A petition from residents residing in
Russia more support against the Jap- the vicinity of Oliva and Main streets,
anese negotiations soon to be opened requested that one of the gas lamps
at Portsmouth. N. H.. concern Ger- be placed at that corner. The request
many, they are denied explicitly. granted
Germany's policy of noninterference,,
it is often declared, remains the
same. POLITICIAN AND
THE MEETING ENDED
WITH GALA LUNCHEON. EDITOR FIG T
St. Petersburg July 24.-The pictur.l By Associated Pras.
esque meeting between the Russian' Atlanta, July 24.-Henry Revill.
and German emperors in the Gulf of representative from Merriwether coun-
Finland, according to private advices, ty, and Hon. James R. Gray, editor of
ended this afternoon with a gala lunch- the Atlanta Journal, had a hand to
eon aboard the German imperial band fight this afternoon in front of
yacht Hohenzollern, after which the the Capitol City Club on Peachtree
German emperor's yacht sailed sea- street. Differences in politics was the
ward and the Russian emperor's cause of the trouble. Neither man
yacht, the Polar Star, returned to was severely injured, as friends inter-
Peterhof. tered.


Unerring Guide and Friend Since
Time of I m coree
Perry.

LEADING NEWSPAPER IN ARTICLE
WELCOMING TAFT AND PARTY,
SPEAKS HIGHLY OF RELATIONS
BETWEEN THE TWO COUNT.
RI ES.

By Associated Press.
Tokio, July 24.-The Hochi, Count
Okumas's paper, to-morrow will pub-
lish a leading article welcoming the
Taft party and grateful recalling
that the United States has been to the
Japanese, since the time of Commo-
dore Perry, their unerring guide and
friend. The paper will say that the
policy of the United States toward
the Japanese has been an unbroken
record of kindly assistance, politically
and commercially, and will make spe-
cial reference to President Roosevelt's
successful endeavor in bringing the
peace plenipotentaries together. The
article is typical of the feeling
throughout the empire.
Komura Reaches Chicago.
Chicago, July 24.-Baron Komura,
the Japanese minister of foreign af-
fairs and special plenipotentiary in
the pending peace negotiations with
Russia, arrived in Chicago to-day from
St Paul on the Burlington limited.
Delegations were on hand to greet the
visitors. One of the delegations was
composed of Japanese merchants, stu-
dents and professional men, headed
by the Japanese consul. A commit-
tee consisting of representative Chi-
nese business men, municipal officials
and others appointed by Acting Mayor
Lewis, was on band to greet the Ori-
ental party. The baron and suite
were driven to the Auditorium. Ar-
rangements were made to leave on
the Pennsylvania eighteen-houa train
Sr .New Yqrk. the stay of Baron
omura, ChicaFo scarcely e1xeee
one hour.



JUDGE CARTER


AFTER MORE


FACTS


Sheriff Van Pelt Receives Another
Letter from Him Relative to


YELLOW FEVER


I


the Williams Case. MOBILE QUARANTINES
AGAINST COAST TOWNS.
Sheriff Van Pelt receive' another Mobile, July 24.-On account of
letter Sunday night from Judge Fran- what is termed the laxity of precau-
cis B. Carter. who is at Marianna, in tion in Mississippi towns between
which the judge asks for still more in- here and New Orleans against the the
formation relative to the special term latter city in the yellow fever matter,
of court asked for by a number of res- the Mobile Board of Health to-day in-
Idents of the county for the purpose stituted a rigid quarantine against
of trying W. F. Williams, who is every town on the gulf coast. The
charged with the murder of John order goes into effect at once.
White and Edward C. Dansby.
The judge did not reply Saturday, Mississippi Quarantine.
owing to the fact that he is very busy Jackson, Miss., July 24.-The State
in court at Marianna. His letter Board of Health has quarantined
stated that he desired to know if Wil- against the state of Iouisiana. The
liams could get as fair and impartial order goes into effect at once.
a trial at a special term of court as
h( could get at the regular term, NO EXCITEMENT
which is to be held next December. IN NEW ORLEANS,
He acknowledged receipt of the peti-
tions. which had been forwarded by New Orleans, July 24.-A thorough
citizens requesting a special term. system of inspection is being put fto
The sheriff gave him such informa- effect here by the state, city and fei
t!on as he could upon the question, eral authorities with a view to the
and it is expected that by the latter prompt report of new cases of fever to
portion of the week an answer will be the event there is any spread from the
receivedd from Judge Carter stating foci now under control. The situatmk
whether or not the request will be is considered to be well in haad I~
granted. the district about the French markstL
Sheriff Van Pelt and a number of where the fever had its origin. Mm.&
extra deputies, who have been sworn while there is widespread confldena
it for a'uty have remained at the Jail in the ability of United States MarN
each night since the murder of Mr. Hospital Surgeon White and the ste
White. This is done as a precaution- and city authorities to successfhb
ary measure, though it is hardly ex-
pected that any -violence will be at- -
tempted. (Continued on Third Page)

Investigation of Cotton

Leak Begun by Grand Jury


By Asocated Press. v
Washington, July 24.-Investigatlon t
of the leakage of cotton reports of the I
Department of Agriculture was began p
to-day by the federal grand Jury. In d
accordance with the call of District At.- j
torney Beach the Jury assembled and e
promptly entered upon the work before t
it. Mr. Beach deCliaed to es s ,a
opia=i to how ibr tw *4 ll> 1


would continue, or give any Inforn&
ton whatever except taat he woll
ersouaR omnduct the tnvesttIgatm.
A federal omffial who declined to
Wermt the we of his name said to
lay: "We have ascertained enough to
justify Mr. Beach nto iotlt*tlg pgo.
eedings already bep by him. Th%
he disclouwes tao fegw w be Is
ad" a I .


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Latest Telegraphic News Service-


NOT As MANY PEOPLE
pas by yowr houe in a year, probably. a read the Wat Ad in The
Joua in day. So, weh" t be--placard or "For Raent ad tisemmt?
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SITUATION IN


NEW ORLEANS


Seventeen Cases and Six Deaths
Reported to State Board
of Health.


ONE DEATH MONDAY


Outside of District Where Previous
Deaths Occured.

.MOBILE QUARANTINES AGAINST
ALL TOWNS BETWEEN THERE
AND NEW ORLtEANS-AUTHORI-
TIES SAY THERE IS NO OCCA-
SION FOR ALARM.

By Associated Pres.
New Otleans, July 24.-At a session
of the State Board of Health to-day it
was decided to have the City Board
of Health make a daily report on yel-
low fever cases, with location and
number of deaths.
It was reported to the State Boaro'
by the City Board that there had been
seventeen cases and six deaths to
date.
To-night Mayor Beherman issued a
proclamation to the people of New
Orleans urging them to heed the ad-
vice of the health authorities, relative
to sanitation of their premises, and
calling special attention to the neces-
sity for screening houses and placing
nets over cistens and all pools of
water which might breed mosquitoes.
This proclamation was signed also by
the president of the State Board of
health, Surgeon White of the Marine
Hospital service and aa advisory com-
mlttee of the New Orleans Parish
Medical Society. This society has
,tent eat cirdlUars to arl physleltnstlf-
utglng them te'make immediate., re-
ports to the Board of Health of all
fever cases, whether yellow fever or
not and requesting that immediately
on discovering a case the patient be
put under a mosquito net.
ONE DEATH OUTSIDE
OF FORMER LIMITS.
Washington, July 24.-Acting Sur-
geon Geneaal Glennon of tue Publio
Health and Marine Hospital Service
to-day was informed by Surgeon
White, who represents that service in
New Orleans, that there had been a
death from yellow fever in that city
to-day outside the district in which
the previous deaths occurred. Dr.
White also notified Dr. Glennon that
detention camps had been place' at a
number of small places on railroads
near New Orleans.


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Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intenden-
cta street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An Ia
citation is xtead6d
to visiting Knights.
c JOiHN B. KONgS,
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
R4oor4r.


Pasoee LOeg No. 4 L 0. p*.
Pa1sacola ledge No 4. L 0. 0. V.
meets every Thurteay evaetin at 7:3
at the new hall on West Gardie
street VstlUgp brothrean ordalay
eSvit.e. A. NRLSON, N. @
a. R. WITrOVs. S~etarye
REBF.KAH SIrTER&
lkam t IAd5 No. 10, Rebe talw.
ten otS every Moday night at
a o'clock I L 0. 0.. P. ai. V.
Ittog sisters cordially Invited to *e
present. MISS NTA LLOTT.
NIBS MAMIE RI MMAN. Seerstary
WA.W.
live OakCamp No. 1. W. W,
meets in Pythlma Hall 1st and rl
Wednesday in eal aoth. Vitting
sovereigns cordially Ialt
r. A. BOGHICHC C.
IESUKU BROOL, Clart
ESiL'Efamnpeneat 10 -. 0
eolaistr aceapmeMst No. 4 ue
ss acend an fomuth 6ed d Ways
LO. 0. 1. , o Wet Garde
ret. Visitmg patrlarch ftt.,
T. 0. aTIN8N,
-k wnLocL luri
hlen atriareb.
jOppa Ledge, M 0 0. 0. .
S90S L S o. L 4 L 0.
go" err Teaerfy rvacinat 7:0
dlockt I Rird O.1 Wedst Oard
street. Viitng brSthrea nodlo .
"to ILJUD6VDN N. 0
c. ujn MTH. ase.
OX Grove Lodge No. 4, WoodaIl
Crea. eets every Thasday at 3 p
. Vsttng sovereign cordially tavit
S. MRS. M. B. OL8.
LULxj BRANUM. GuOria.
erk.
aI. dB.A.A No. I meets nrt an
third Wednesday eveinig at 7:30 p.
a, Raford Hall. No. 10 West Iate
dearie StreeL
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DIREC STORY
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There wii be a meetry n of th.i
body on the rst and third Wed nee
das of each moth a t 7:30 p. a. All
delegates are requested to be prse.
enL 3. W. ROB RTS.
-W. ir ELA K Presid et.

Pensoa a Ldge No 3, E of P.
aestm every Mtrday evening at 8:00
eb* at tb kl w o buMgal, lso"t
Watasnb weu t, corner Palato and
Osrd M trets Visittag kbrtlhr aew
odily wel ome
EL.C. VONB WRD. c. C
JLe r oM K.Xft I & S.
Rathboe Ledge Na
080 A. of P. meets every
T hnursday evening at 8:00
oedock la their Cowm
Sthibrd floor. Blount.
Wamaso bullMg south.
c wed001 -aWner lato sand
Gaen treat Vsiting knights ar
eardslaly welcome&
aaB. OuWRU' CL 0.
C. J.LTvA IofIL& .


ployees had been restricted to two
evening passes per week, I answered
that the privilege of being allowed to
go out on any evening had been, in
some instances, abused; that these in-
stances had laid the entire force of
employees open to censure and mis-
judgment, and for the'r own protec-
tion as well as that of the institution.
It had been thought beat to limit this
privilege. When further asked as :o
examples of this abuse of privilege. I
cited the case of myself having seen
one couple in the act of a very fond
embrace. not in a room, as stated by
the committeeman, but on an outside
gallery; that there had been another
couple present whom I did not recog-
nise; that this had beei the only case
coming under my observation, but that
other and more serious infractions
of decorum had been reported to the
management upon which two even-
ings had been set aside in which the
young ladies were given passes to go
outside the enclosure. If the said com-
mitteeman will refer to my testimony
before the Nobles committee, he will
note that I was questioned by the
chairman of that comml"tee upon this
very question. At whoso suggestion
these questions were put I Can only
guess. The gentleman will find, how
ever, by this reference, that my an-
swers were substantially as above an-i
that I added that the couple so seen
by me had resigned abortly after-
wards. and been married.
Relative to some one having given
birth shortly after leaving the hospi-:
tal; I did say, not voluntarily as 1
considered it as having co bearing on
present conditions, but n answer to
questions, that I had heard some such
rumor; that the alleged guilty party
had left the hospital before I came
here: and that I did not even know
the name of the accused party. That
this occurred to more than one former
female employee or to any discharged
patient I ever heard, consequently,
eold aver have made the statement
atbibted -to iA. -T put t mildly,


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General Dealer in

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and Fitnhug
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type-
writers, Guns, Pistols. Locks and Urn-
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Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
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um-- APusihIfty for T1n.. this committeeman must have con-
fused the names of some of his "in-
at tjs lstl a flormers."
It Stio N Itl for As to Dr. Gwinn's conduct with any
1n. e... female employee being other than per-
l n. fectly legitimate, not only deny hav-
Ing made third acctation but from the
best of my knowledge and belief, the
DISSECTS REPORT OP COMMIT- ft. Eelent Management.
Excellent Management.
TEE AND STATEMENT OF COM- In my alleged criticism of the per-
sonal treatment I received from the
MITTEEMAN IN DETAIL AND IS former cuperlatendent whether true o;
WILLIG TO A OW P I TO not, the public can have no interest.
WILLING TO ALLOW PUBLIC TO That gentleman is no longer connected
BE JUDGE OF HIS ACTIONS, with the hospital, and our personal
opinions of each other can have no
bearing. But I have said, I do now
say, and shall continue to say, that,
(Jacksonville Times-Union.) in my judgment, whatever that may
Subjoined statement from D. W. C. be worth, his executive management
Yarbrough is sent to the Times-Union, of the affairs of the institution was
with the request that it be given excellent; that his connection with
prominent place in these columns: the disbursement of the appropriation
was honest and conscientious, and
Chattahoochee, Fla., July 19.-Now that his management of the hospital
that I have allowed a suffcient time will be hard to improve upon.
for the excitement to subside and I therefore submit that the commit-
calmer thoughts to prevail, I desire tee's defense against the charge of
to correct some start lig and alto- improper, motives at least on the part
gether misleading statements attribut- of a portion of its membership, is
ed to me in the communication pub- weak and inadequate. Did I not so
lished in the Times-Union of the ,8th consider it, I might be able to tell of
Inst. over the signaupnes of the gentle- the ambition, according to his .own
men now somewhat unenviably known statement to me, of one of its mem-
as "The First Committee." If this bers eventually succeeding to the
statement of the facts in the case is superintendency of the hospital; how,
In drect contraction to assertions made according to the same gentleman, he
by a member of that committee, I can had beeu told by another member of
only affrm that, whether intentionally that committee of his "eminent fit-
or otherwise, this member has made ness, qualifications both of mind anul
statements misleading and untrue, heart." as well as the possibility of
Date of Telegram. same; I say I could have told the pub-
In the first particular noticeable mis- life of these things, and let it judge
statement in the communication so how far this might have influence!
far as concerns this article, is at the the said committeeman in joining in
bottom of the third column. The date the report. But I do not think the
of the telegram signed "Twenty Flor- public interested now in motives. They
ida Women" is therein given as May have had the facts brought out, and
12, and an attempt is made to make can form their own conclusions. It
capital of it, when as a matter of fact, is evident, however, that this change
it was dated and wireJ on the date of base, this trying to shift the re-
it was read in the House of Represon- responsibility from their own shoulders
tatives, 1. e., May 22. Witness this to those of the Board of Commission-
certificate: ers of State Institutions, whose an-
*,River Junction, Fla.. July 12, 1905. swer has formed such a large portion
-I hereby certify that the telegram of their thoughts for the past two
signed by "Twenty Florida Women" months, and to my humble self, will
and addressed to the speaker of the; not avail them.
House of Representatives, at Talla- Duty of Committeemen.
hassee, Fla., was received at this office' speaking of motives, it might .b
on the morning of May 12. bore that we to consider: Had I made the
date, and was sent at : 40 a. m., of alleged statements as charged, was It
t Bat e, gr. C. not the sworn duty of this committ-e-
"A B. WEKS Mgr. W. V. T. Co.man to have brought out these facts
Further confirmation of this and the In my testimony while I was on the
dates of the letters of like import ad- stand Do the questions propounded
dressed to the Speaker of the House to me, as appearing in their report, in.
the President of the senate and the dictate that they desired to substan.
Governor may be had by reference to tiate these points? As a matter of
the fles of the Jou4als of the two fact, does that report show jny ques-
houses and the offmgl named. Why tions of this nature as asked me? I
this committee or the member respoI was tL:ore them three times, the last
sible saw fit to insert It with a wrong time in Tallahassee, but a short time
date. I cannot answer, probably he before their report was rendered.
could. He cannot plead that it was said
The committee says further (the confidentially, for as a public ofcial,
'paretheses are mne)i : charged with such investigation, he
D. W. C. Yarbrough did volunteer had every right to ascertain and pulb-
(note this expression) some very dam lish any information in my possession,
aging Information to one member t as su ofocal he had no right to
the committee with re'ereuce, as he but as such official he had no right Lo
the committee with reference, as he me secrecy where the public in-
expressed it, to the reprehensiblecon- promise secre concy where the public n-
tact between male and female attenri- Lerests were concerned. But had he
ants. He said they had gone out en so far forgotten himself as to bind
pairs or couples two nights in the himself to secrecy, now to violate the
week, or couples two nights in theil confidence is but worse.
lee, rambling ad lyi n n n oupt unw l Thus you behold a man who remains
late, and in one instance a couple were silent when the public welfare is con-
out all night. (This last is absolute- c but when, forsoth, someone
ly untrue.) That whe- Dr. Gwin cerned, but when, forsoothl mces, someone
was away so long last summer, h, questions hba perscoel mcplves, is
was away so determined last op itsummer, etc.; quick to quote his alleged authority.
Yarbrough, determined to stop it, etc. As a matter of fact. however, I ask
that in one instance he was satisfied ed no secrecy for any statements 1
that something was wrong in a room, made, and have nothing to conceal rel.
and he opened the door qickl a active to any matter in the conduct of
found them in a very compromising s the hospital or any of its employees
posaxton; that they har gone to suen since my connection therewith.
an extent that there seemed to be no With this and other facts before it,
degree of shame of one couple in the I m willing for the public to judge.
presence of another. Hr- did not ca!l D. W. C. YARBROUGH,
names, nor was he asked to do so Se. Fa. Hosp. for the Insane.
(why not?) He also referred to some
two or more female attendants anil
probably one patient, who had given ,_
birth within two to four months after
leaving the hospital. H3 also referred Don't go away without
to the conduct of Dr. Gwinn and a fe- I
male employee." ,a bottle Of
The foregoing excerpt !s such a mix-
ture of fact and fancy, the latter pre- TTTT '
swer. What He Did Say.
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ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND.PRIATN BATHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMIL
Speolal Weekly Rates for Table Beard.
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Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotel., Jacksoville. Florida.

Former -, ...


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PROOF POSITIVE THAT
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EDIBLE BIRDS' NESTS.
%%e Way They Are Gatlerd b the
DIyata in Born*.
Edible birds nests are found in the
clefts of rocks or in underground caves
which are frequently of great extent.
John MacGregor in writing of a bird
nesting experience he had in Borneo
says: "Off we went with about a dozen
Dyaks, as the little bronze aborigines
of this part of Borneo are called, for
guides. The entrance to the cave was
so small sad so elevated that I had
some little difculty in reaching it.
After we hId traveled for some dfb-
tance we cathe across the Inevitable
stream. The ground, which was to a
great extent composed of the bed of
the stream, was rough and Irregular.
We were lighted on our way by torches
carried by our Dyak guides. At last
we came to a passage that seemed a
verit:ble eye of a needle, so hard it
was to enter, for it.looked so narrow
and confined,that I despaired of ever
getting through it When I fairly got
squeezed into the breach I could force
myself neither upward nor downward
-for that was the direction of the pas.
sage-and there I was, suspended like
Mohammed's coffin or a trussed fowL
By dint of wriggling, however, I at
last found myself on the top of the
passage, minus a certain amount of
skin and some buttons from my tight
fitting khaki coat.
"Still on we jogged for the best part
of a mile, when, lo and behold, the
caves in which the birds were breeding
and which were to be the limits of our
underground wanderings! A faint glim-
mer of light could be seen through a
rift in the rocks far above us, and It
was through this small rift, which was
a sealed passage even to the Dyaks
themselves, that the birds passed in
their journeys to and from their nest-
Ing grounds. Our arrival, of course,
disturbed whatever birds were there
and they disappeared as best they
could. And there, for a time, we watch*
ed the Dyaks going through their gym-
nasties of robbing the birds' nests,
with their ropes and long poles creep.
Ing along the high ridge and ledges In
the lurid light of the torches like un-
earthly specters.
"These peculiar nests are built by a
species of swallow. The nests consist
of shallow, cup shaped cavities, trun-
cated at one side, where they are at-
tached to the rocks like brackets to a
wall, and forming something like a
two-thirds segment of a circle. It is
not always easy to get at them, as
they are sometimes glued to the per-
pendicular sides of the solid rocks high
overhead, so that the nest hunters have
to scale these brag with ropes and
poles to get at them. In substance
they consist of an elastic, semitrans-
parent, mucilaginous material, which is
said to be a creation, or macerated
food, from the crops of the birds them.
selves.
"As robbing these nests for commer-
cial purposes forms a part of the Dy-
aks' means of .livelihood, the birds
have frequently to beid twice or even
three times during the season before
they are able to hatch their offspring,
and it is noted'that each successive
crop of nests deteriorates in both con-
struction and composition. The nests:
built at the beginning of the season
are bright and transparent and ar
consequently known on the market as'
'white nests,' but when they are rob-
bed the next crop is not nearly so
pure In substance."

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I DR. 6. G. BUCKNER,
SPECIALIST
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT
Offce 7',2 Palafox St.
Offce Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5
There's PATTILLO CAMPd2LL
S Attorncy0at.Law.
Hit Room 406 Thlesen Buildinv


THOS. PCBLEY,
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COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE 559.

J. P. STOKES
Attoncyand Counsllorat Law
108 East Government Street.
Geneal Law Practice.


CEORQG DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rem m T i ese id Phone 73

DR. OULTER,
DENTIST.
MODERN DENISTRY
--let
MODERATE PRICES
Ofice-Southwest corner .: Par'af
and Intendenc.a.

WELSH & SMITH,
DENITST&

PHONE 525.

DR. JNO. f. TILLENI
DentIsL
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DR. YATES

will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

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22nd.


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THU PENSACOLA JO.VWRIAL. TUESDAY UORNrWa .JULY S5, 190L


Gentlemen-In a copy of your issue
a M v I e l the 15th inst., which has just come
STESJln into my hands, I notice an article on
C. C. o aeoe- e.o.Ariperr e the "Asylum Strike." Permit me to
S' say through your paper that I think
i iii A iItiltIIII'It~ the so-called "strikers" have been un-
justly treated an4 I cannot blame
them for the steps they have taken.
GULF CITY1 They are a ood set of people from
rjL A --'-.3 ta moral standpoint, and any other
Standpoint, and they certainly do
Sn ot deserve the unkind things that
|f in |If have been said about them. I know
CleW a ninthese people and know that no better
W t class of employes can be had any-
WI Orks where and they will compare favor-
W o r ably with any set of nurses or em-
VEMBERSHIP RATES 1O0 IPER p'oyes in any other State Hospital for
MONTH. lusane. Their moral character, hon-
: a. and GeCt Clothing Cdamed esty. industry and integrity is unsur-
a:. rea.red. Goods called "fr passed. They should be held by the
S --a people of Florida in the highest regard
ABELL & FINCH. PROPS,, and esteem. I have always held them
140 E- G em .e as such. If I ever doubted ones hon-
Phone N:. 163. PeneO ea, Fla.. esty, veracity or morality that one
was soon informed and the necessary
Ss;eps were taken for his or her re-
m9oval.
tcmatker, lai.m-taj'lit dia I have had experience ofcially in
ean Gfuen Op*CleM hospitals of this kind for over seven
: Fafom tieaO. mPMsM. L years and I believe I know how the
work should be conducted. I have
visited and lately visited quite a num-
ber of insane hospitals. The more I
IRSELY TOLD. see of these hospitals the more I feel
like congratulating my olo employes
of the Fiorida State Hospital for their
emcient work and the people of Flor-
a' ham. former harbor ms- Ida ought to feel proud of them.
-..ted as being sertous'y ill In regard to the rejection cast on
me as it appears in the papers, I brand
SF. w nr, of DePnlak. It absolutely hse. In regard to the
S .., f Boaifay, werealleged lectures given me by Mr. Yar-
,, ... .... \r-:,nrs who were; bront as appeared in The Pensacola
2 ournal is entirely without Soundatioa
and false in every detaiL
.at nigh My residence ts in Florida and I
S r.., -- : :. :*ow the expect to spend my future life among
tir \\ ; !. .-" a cargo the people of Florida. I expect to re-
.u:r ..r tr,.r fL be Gtn-ar.-American trm soon; but I am ready to return
.*, p'a" any time to defend the good name of
*' d.:*a m before old employes of the Florida In-
before r-ane Hospital
A --r ;n :r. "!.. n::::,cipal court ane HospitaL
-. nr:.::g f. rina Of this I wish to state again clearly, em-
ir. .:,?tr.,ian:- were dis- phatleally and without fear or favor
*tr-< l. .' ,n:inued and that the reputed reports of immorality,
r. ,,1ne ,n o ,;l n imposed. negligence, etc., of the employes or
officers of the Florida State Hospital
SG1 ,'n ,f 9O East La Rua during my incumbency as superintend-
fa t.- ct: L f: .Jr.icr,-ho. Ky.. ent is false. And I say further that
:.!- ;~. v h:. father for a no illegitimate child was born within
re AIrwara- h he w.l; go to the walls of the hospital or was born
*v. K. 'h. re Mrs. Givr- within nine months after either pa-
S t-ring h. : paren:~. HU wii; tient or employee left the hospital.
-:t for '.v,- weeks The old adage "when there is so
.* Ho Arriva.s: H. L.much smoke there must be some fire"
:,; W. R TaWor, Ci:ty; will not hold good here, but I intend
k*.I C'\ E Ta\lor. Ci;y;tv o clear up the origin of the smoke.
H Wilian-. Sufok. Va .: There were a couple of colored chila-
Miltr.. M I) Maiconi. Jr.. ren born in the hospital by patients
R K Kt ner.cy Birming who were enciente on admission.
John F T,, wn,.eni Balui- About three years ago there was one
Edward. HBa.m._re case among the enmloyes in which a
Marriage ceremony righted the wrong
'- i Rihbon F.\-or" i iff e- after leaving the hospital and before
u other flav:r- Th. pnr- any child was born. Now, for this
n mak:nr Blue R:i-on wrong. which was duly righted is it
Vani'la Ex rac- egive right that the other employes should
:''i na:':-al fru: flay ,- suffer and that we should all suffer of
J Ask anv- g.-l ,r S much talk of gross immorality at
:'mn asrd \'anila. Takes the hospital?


TAIl1TED ATMOSPHERES.
sFo of Alrkob and re m l
4a -M E *naser maslth.
r. . the center of the
S.' ": :ndustries. has the pe-
t f mildly intoxicating
-- n its gate. The res-
aearcnstomed to the
fumes which arise
St : ".rable brewing vats.


1 u- } le tranger ad ex-
"" :.:-:'nalliy a mild form of
k.I ': r+atmospbere-an ef-
- :.,t wear off for sV-.
"" "' 1. arrival. On erer-
SU~r"n.WinlC houses are
S:.:- from the vats of
S while these arp im
resident. more than
"entic instance are
St -: *. r-orded of persi
S" ." L.. proved to pesse
" -*l", th cheer and Ilebri-


S' parts of tI west
':" ':' from the seter
S- .. ')~ i aud imhperil bealth
' '...- Erwlih brewing cp-
r -..~,-y of the abtala-
i:-fvi4 with vagrant fan-
.... to the place are
,:'m.: to see fir them-
S r-at indpwtry whtk iLh
C' r.- tI, *sE t boet to I
S- tIr- the most seittw to
*.r of the town these wwh
*::, from the brew ss
ib"-.,, from ijirb --
Yre Iiruj4a


DOING THEIR DUTY

Scores of Pensacoa Readers are
Learning the Duty of the Kidtreys.
To filter the blood is the kidneys
duty.
When they fail to do this the kid-
neys are sick.
Backache sad many kidney Ills fol-
low;
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Dean's kidney pills cure them all.
Pensacola people endorse our claim
Charles WVIL.n. living on West Ro-
mans street, brick mason by trade.
a 'ys: "I procured uoan's Kidney
Pills at Sidney Kaln's drug store,
No. 9 South Palafx street,
and used them for a lame back and
Sharp twinges of pain which Pased
through me when I stooped or made
any sudden owvement. r was sur-
prised a: the quickness with which 1
was relieved. Mrs. Wilson also suf-
fered from her back and kidneys. Cce
could hardly trn ht bed and suffered
from a dull aching pain n her loins.
Just before taking Doan's Kidney Pill
she was completely laid up. After
taking a course of the treatment all
symptoms of kidney trouble left her.
nd up to date thete hs been no
recrrence. I strongly re Paemola
pole to use Dan's Kidrey PUlls it
they suffer tro t back or kid-
Pbr sale by an deler. Price 5e
emst. P"stsrM.IMorn ll a e.
N. soe ak t for the United
Resmeber the s-~e-DO-. --ad
toi -oem.


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Judg Beggs Heard Arguments i
the Burton Cases Yesterday,



Today.

Judge Beggs In the criminal court
yesterday heard arguments in th
cases against B. H. Burton. The ar
guments were upon a motion to quas
the seven informations filed by th
county solicitor against Mr. Burton
charging forge-r, uttering forged pa
per and obtaining the signatures o
the chairman of the board of commit
stoners by false pretenses.
The motion to quash was made ii
the court Saturday by C. M. Jones
counsel for Mr. Burton, and yesterday
was set by Judge Beggs to hear th
arguments.
The grounds set forth by Mr. Jone
were that the indictments were vague
and indefinite containing many o'e
fects, some of which were the mis
joining of the alleged offenses, by con
training three in one information; tha
they did not allege who the defendant
intended to defraud, and did not state
whether or not it was necessary fo
the chairman to sign the county war
rants.
After hearing the arguments of Mr
Jones for the defense, and Solicitor
Loftin and Judge L. J. Reeves for the
prosecution, Judge Beggs overruled
the motion to quash.
The cases seven in number, will be
called this morning for trial. It is
hardly probable that they will be com
pleted by to-night, but will go over
until to-morrow.

When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take an1 certain to act

use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sale by all druggists.

A Lack o Firnmess.
A very matter of fact Scotchman
called to see a neighbor, an old Irish-
woman, who had been ailing for sowu
time, when the following conversation
took place at the door:
"And how do you nd yourself today,
Bridget ?"
-Sure. your honor. I'm mighty bad.
This sbockng weather'll be the end
of me. I'll be a dead woman before
"Hoots, toots, woman! Ye're been
saying that for the last twenty yeas!
I'll tell ye what it is-ye want firm-
uess o' mind. Fin' a day for yer dee-
leg and stick tae It!"


The Red Jacket Iedal.
Before the North American colonies
revolted it was the British custom to
present medals to Indian chbes with
whom treaties were made. These med-
als bore a figure of the reigning Brit-
Ish sovereign on the obverse and em-
blems of peace on the reverse and
were called Indian medals. After the.
Declaration of Independence Washing-
too presented a United Stats medal
I to the Senea cbief. Sa-go-ya-wat-bh
i(He Keeps Them Awake), who was
known popularly as Red Jacket This
Red Jacket medal is interesting as on
of the earliest of the medals esaed b?
the rst president of the great repub.
Mle acro the sea.-Pearo's Weekly.
A rrt eed***4 31admels.
Gerald-I wosder whetlbe I dat be
dgered& w b the sheop or be et
the eAy tf Jd Gelt? rritae-
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Sand istiMns

SThe following letters which have
Extr een received rom W. H. Gwinn, for-
:ner superintendent of the State Hos-r
Z --,al for the Insane at Chattaboochbee,
S TIrAISePs. self-explaatory:
ous5rs Huntington, W. Va., July 21, 1905.
S*,in. Frank Mayeo Pensacola, Fla.:
.. . .* Dear Sir-I herewith enclose you
2 *r. wa ~~n. communication which I would like to
n -oc ~ ua.. placed in the colunms of your paper
Son lor publicatiaM. This paper explains
itself and hopi same will receive your
Seasmae Underwear at attention. Thanking you in advance,i
5 Eable Pr. i es. ~11 beg to remain.
C o Uabl Pr.es. ri Yours very truly,
Comnu ge -W. H. GWINN.
SThe communication referred to is as
Follows:


Good to Move From. i :4 .@w Engius oiaun wnite u uJlts, Extra s
Most of this country seems to us to *2.2 Marseilles Fatterns, Fringed Quilts, Ex
be a good country to move from. It
is semi-arid, having less than half the Jp 8T TWO DOZEN OF THE $4.50 QUALITY AND BUT SIXTEEN 0
rainfall of Florida, and a soil so com- EARLY THAT YOU MAY BE ONE OF THE FORTUNE
pact and much of the high prairie
underlaid with rock, so hat the heavy,
dashing rains would run off, and could SHIRT W AISTS. W AIS
rot penetrate but little below the sur-
face because of the rock strata; and, Cl S'le of all W1. $1.5 iad te Walsts, Wldte Iawn Va.
hence is unfit for any grain crop ex- 80 for choice 980 e8
cept wheat, which is matured before
the soil and grass is dried up. Here
we found a thermometer of a full one All Fie Le ais R ga
hundred, and the air when stirring A Lngere Wtegar
as warm as the sun, anfA the buffalo
grass already dry as in winter. There *EAY-m A E RADY-AE SHEET
n ore splendid people here and who RE M DE Y YMA RE
could bring money and energy, that 81x90 81x90
would soon make the best of homes LINEN FINISHED, RAG FINISHED,
for our dear southland, and it one- 490 Exra Speial 490 S e Extra Specal USe
tenth the effort was beirg made that Extra Special 4 Extra Special
was made to build up Kansas, and is
ow being made buto t e ce people One Case Rag Finished Bleached Domesic, fll yard wide,
west, was made by us we could get a
good share of them. Ard here, Mr.
Editor, we regretted not having a thod-
sand copies of your "Panamda Edition"
With us. Such illustrations and infor-
i nation as It will contain is what is
r. greatly needed, and that in great quan-
h titles.
e The Arkansas Valley. d al given
SWe then crossed the south half of ditches, or maincan ien
a- the state to reach hathe lne from four to two and a half feet fall
f Chicago to Denver in tie northwest, to the mile, the lesser amount to the
s. and San Francisco on the Pacife (the larger channel, so that wo hundred (200) LL
line that "Scottie" made his wild streams are carried two hundred (200)
n ride over last week) and from Arkan- feet above the evel of greatly widened
, sas City to Pueblo our track followed the area rrted grel widened.
y the Arkansas river. A beautiful val. Wonderful Results.
e ley, and often stretching as fas as The results of this great work can SITU I
the eye could reach over bleak, and only be touched upon in this article.
s blank prairies; with few houses, and There are three large sugar beet man- n
e large stock ranges. An:l often this rfacture* at Rocky Ford. Lamar and OR
Same high prairie would Fhow project- Holley, all in rolorado, and the three
t- ing ledges of rock, dividing the up. will this year, manufacture sugar from
,. lands from the river bottoms; the thirty-eight thousand (38,000) acres ofd
t former too high for irrigation and less beets. (Continued from First Pae.)
t productive than our most sandy lands There arc growing, accessible to onnue rom st age
e of West Florida, except in grass. The Rocky Ford, six thousand (6,000) acres
r river is now nearly dry from the vast of cantaloupes, now in bloom, and wilt apply the mosquito theory, and there
System of irrigation ditches that put not be ready for shipment before Aug. has been no exodus from the city.
out to water the valley on each side. list 15, and will require from five hnn- Large numbers of home people are re-
On reaching Rocky Ford-the home dred to twelve hundred cars for shil- turning to New Orleans from the sur-
r of the popular cantaloupe-we had the nient. And besides the beets and rounding resorts, in order to avoid be-
e honor, and pleasure, of meeting Hon. cantaloupes, there are green fields of ing separated from their families ow-
i S W. Cressy, water commissioner for alfalfa and thousands of long reaches ing to the rigidity of the quarantines
District No. 17-and Mr. A. C. Comer of alfalfa hay, as far as the eye can that have been put into effect.
e a successful farmer and stockman, to reach. The Interesting details of re. The State Board of Health is in ses-
s whom we are indebted for much valu- Ltlts from this stupendous expanse of s!on to-day. The city council will
. able information. irrigation would make this letter much meet to-morrow and pass a mosquito
r Irrigation System. too long. and I must close and rest in ordinance which has been recommend-
T the home of a brother at the base, and ed by the health authorities.
The largest Irrigation district of this under the shadow of Pike's Peak. United States Army Surgeon Moss,
river head is between Pueblo to La Yours, of San Antonio, arrived here to-day
e Junta (pronounced La-Hunta) a dis- JOHN THOS. PORTIR, with a view to examining into condi-
tance of sixty-three miles, and has Colorado City July IS, 1905. tons. He comes in connection with
r thirteen (13) ditches or canals, the the recommendation for the removal
largest and longest being the Fort ENGLISH SERVA the troops now at the Uned States
Lyon canal, which is fifty-one feet wide ENGLISHSERVANTS barracks to Chattanooga. There is no
and one hundred and thirteen miles er Don't Want Respet, bu I mat sickness reported at the barracks, but
long, and irrigates fifty-five thousand i re o Dr S Ie Ra hts." s as many of the soldiers are unaccll-
(55,000) acres of lande; and besides To the mercan settling in Lodo ated it has been considered advis-
To the American settling in an b o asL ohdor re!o rmm e
fills the Great Plains :,!servoir, which able to ask their removal from New
has the capacity of holding and fur- .nothing is more confusing than the at- Orleans.
fishing water one foot deep, for water- titude of English servants, their con- The health authorities continue to
ing one hundred and sixty thousand! tempt for the slightest consideration of insist that there is absolutely no occa-
Pcres of land. and supplies the Amityv their feelings and their fury at the sion for alarm, and that if people will
canal seventy-five miles long. least Infringement of their rights. At follow the directions that are being
These great Irrigating canals are! first sight it seems that in spite of published the fever can be restricted.
no part of the government works so their dignity they accept extraordinari- successfully treated and stamped out.
lately and largely undertaken, but ly small wages, but the American finds MA
were built and are maintained by pr;-: housekeeping in London quite expen- MARINE HOSPITAL
rate capital, and their use has brought i sve, for not only is the work so spe- SERIVE IS ACTIVE.
useless lands to be now ranlued at from, calized that an Immense number of
Sseenty-fie Up to thre- hundred dol. Washington. July 24.-Surgeon Gen-
lars per acre. The fall or decline if servants is required to do it, but they eral Wyman, of the Public Health and
the river at these points is about consume a gret-deal of time and food Marine Hospital Service who has been
seven (7) feet to the mile, and the tn five meals a day, which Is consider- absent from the city on official busi-
'ed their right. ness, is now on his way to Washing-
-- --- ---- Class distinctions below stairs are ton, and upon his arrival will give
te Music House regarded much more scrupulously than personal attention to the yellow fever
Si H above, and the unfortunate mistress of situation in New Orleans. Meantime
a house has to understand the grade of the service, under the direction of Dr.
The Leaders in every one she employs, from the house- 'Glennon, is cooperating with the New
keeper to the scullery maid. Woe be-. Frleans authorities to prevent any
w ie s Temrs tide her if she confuses an upper and fresh outbreak. There are half a
Low csy Termu' lower Pa rdosen trained members of the force in
a lower servant or gives an order to tiat city, and they are, now giving
Sole Agents for the Celebrated the wrong one. tIir especial attention to getting resi-
An American woman married to an eents away. To accomplish this and
i 6 B e Englishan and settled in London told withoutt endangering other communi-
w me that she instafleda dumbwaiter in !e.i, a large number of detintiou
Cutter lld OthAer the hope of saving trouble to both her camps will be establlsbd' outside the
cook and Ier butler. At the end of a New Orleans city limita. l these
a moth she found it uansed and on in. refugees will be held for a sufcient
quirlng learned that as it was not the i ime to protect those with whom they
traditional duty of ettbet a coot or a may later come in contact.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND' butler to sed such a thing as a dumb-
waiterCALL OR WRITEWsa PRd down bo r sed to JOPA LODGE TO
TERMS. too It. ad Ir food eootind to be INSTALL OFFICERS.'
HIGHt GRAMOl ORGANS AT LOW carried by and itrm be remote hitc-
SG RA jECAN en. ltrOble mW eftoag to them In The insitart tion of oer of Jopai
CPRICES. epertsolm to the deaser od compro I Lodge, No. I. O. O. P., will take ple
Clutter Music HouseV the .. a.-. AIM0 F., will ak i
--14'- ftI. PrtullO ~ i tonight at 8 oat ll Odd hi -
4owa invited to.b e psssi


special iO *
tra Special, *1.75
OF THE $2.25 QUALITY. SO OOME
IATE FORTY.

r PATTERNS.
Lace Trimmed, f6 trly $L $
Sfor choice 9 8

less of Cost

REAIBT-MABE SEETS,
EXTRA HEAVY,
5@e Extra Special sb0

extra pdal, 20 yds $1







BASEBALL
July 24

By Aaeociated Press
Southern League.
AtlantarNew Orleans, rain.
Nashville 10, Memphis 2
Montgomery 1, Little Rock 2.
Birmingham-Shreveport, rain.

S South Atlantic Leagu"
Macon 3, Columbia'2. -
Augusta 1 Savannah 7.
Charleston 3, Jacksonville 2.
American League.
CiWeland 7, Washington I.
St. Louis 5, New York 10.
Chicago 2, Philadelphia 1.
Detroit 1, Boston 7.


National League.
Boston 8, Plttsburg 1.
New York 4, Cincinnati 3.
Philadelphia 0, Chicago 7.
Br6oklyn 2, St. Louis 7.


GOV'R DOUGLAS

NOT A CANBIMTE


By Aoclated Press.
Boston, July 24.--Governor Dougla
informed special representatives of
the democratic state executive com-
mittee this afternoon that he waMO
not be a candidate for re-electiB on t
year. Several months ago the ego
ernor made an announcement to the
same effect but was asked to-day to
reconsider his decision by a eomm=t
tee which included many prominent
Massachusetts democrats.


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Old Sres a the t emo a et Ipa
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outlet tg theS. TO PIKES
r tns beco t e isue d PaK Bdt a
fte desipe into the tImoc d wo su eh e ti o d

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atver t hr a keepg tL both e C l
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that these o w .oee Wh the an rf
yr Itn i f rtiefi n MR Thoorns P re Wdiaes In-
ia" maw r Ltdr tO rstinglye of Trdels in
oit irty mw rg the aon d T- heu te ad e
S shave the ester blrokn Western States.
out sed som a tw lthe so a nsour
uslateowhat ~ the Bae dis tor Pensacola Journal:
n1 "t 9ng met bloo uS Our next Journey lay owner the moat
Whli alw.y V . W. N .t southern of the great network of the
Cr e do nlbck st tincwigtO. s Santa Fe railroad sytemuws and 1 wil
Swr, powders p, ater, etc. de o try to give your readers ome idea of
good, and the suffer r gets diguted and Jt that part of a like area o Kansas
often depairs of aringa old The I would suppose the addition and ex-
troubleisintheblood nd untilthetpoon- o te rn r of our great L. t by an-
ous matter that is keeping up the ulcer is other line from Cohumbtis, Ga., to Jack-
driven out the place cannot beaL a.S. on, Alabama, and four cross roads
reaches thee old through the blood i from points on the main line in Ala-
by removing every particle of poison or; bama to our four unsurpassed bays at
impWrity from the circulation and build- the gulf, and the map would then re-
ing up the system. It makes the blood semble a like area of the Santa Fe in
healthy so that Kansas; and the tourist may take the
as it circulates straight, or most circuitous of these,
to the diftMed his business or pleasure suggests.
s s srtst ^ 1 ei Our quest for men and money, for
aS S re sbgth- West Florida in general, and Grand
(d vandd the Ridge In particular, led us through the
IMELY VEETAKLE. re ca nbeal southern tier of counties and to Medi-
perauently.a f y u a h a olas cine oIoge., as our first base of opera-
or ulcer not waste time with ves, nis whole section was almost
powder,plasters, etc., but write fao I depopulated when the ."trip" of Okla-
book aad dk foray my medical advice hcma W3S opened up :our years ago.
wish. We make so charge for either. as many as forty families removing
THER s n s c *1 *from one church of that town. And
T*HE W~FT SKpECinC C0% A*tlWr6 tLwe have laid claim to several more for
Florida.


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FORBES THE QUALITY STORE FORES



Embroideries! White Quilts!

Two Great Mid-Season Special Clearing Bargains

Scheduled for Fast Selling


Monday and Tuesday

Beginning Promptly at 8 o'clock. See Window Display.


EMBROIDERIES.

The Grandest Event of the Season.
19| c Beginning promptly at 8 o'clock Monday, we place on sale our entire line of
unbroken and broken sets. Fine Swiss and Nainsook Enbroideries, (our own
direct importation) from 2% to 14 inches wide and, which formerly sold at
20, 265 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50 cents yard, at

only 19c yard.
There is not a lady in Pensacola who can afford to miss this, the grandest Embroidery event in point
of QUALITY and PRICE ever offered by a Pensacola retailer, and we advise early coming if you wish a
share of these marvelous values.

WiWHI''E BED SPREADS.
(Fringed and Unfringed.)

Two Extraordinary Quilt Values
SUCH AS YOU WILL NOT FIND IN ANY OTHER SHOP IN PENSACOLA EVEN AT OUR REGULAR
PRICES, SCHEDULED HERE MONDAY FOR QUICK SELLING.
S4.60 Genuine Marseilles White Quilts, Extra Special, 3.28 /
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The jury's verdict was a travesty 4 a w w w9
on Justice so far as the defendant him-
elf was concerned, but Judge Gordon's E 3 C
singing rebuke ought t, have a small,
tory effect on others who may be In- wA V
lined to the crime of which thb ervi The following sgures show The Pen a
dence showed the defendant to be saoola Journals circulation for each e
guilty. d da during the month of June, 1908,
with the average number of copies
The supreme court of Wisconsin, daily:
held. in case of Vogt vs. ShIenebeck. Jun 1 4,000 June 16 4,460

r. o. b. carp imposed upon the seller Jun 4 4,700 June 19 ...
the duty of procuring the cars to carry June 5 .. June 20 4,4A0
at the contract, In the absence of'June 400 June 21 4,460 d
S June a 4,450 June 23 4,480
clear and sath.tfactory evidence of a-jui a 4,450 June 23 4,460
custom to the contrary known to both jSan 440 June 24 4,700
parties to the transaction at the time June 10 4,460 June 25t 4410
0o making the contract. June 11 4,700 June 26 .....
Jun It ..... June 2t 4,40 n
e1PRREHEn IBLE ACTION OFP Ju 1 4,450 June 28 4,450 t
LOUSIANA HEALTH bOARD. June 14 4,460 June 29 440
Lhile it is EAJune 15 4,450 June 30 4,450
While it is generally concede' that ..-- -..-......-..- a


there is no danger of the spread of
yellow fever from the few cases that
have been discovered In the city of
New Orleans, the Louisiana Board of
Health is coming in for a lot of well
nerited censure for not promptly Oiv-
Ing notice that the fever exied so
that measures could be taken by other
ettl to prervt It tm.n The Io-


Total for me monmth.......117,10
Average per day.. ...... 4,594
I hereby certify that the above state-
ment is correct according to the rec-
ords on ile in this office.
H. R. SMITH,
Circulation Mgr.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this Oth day t June 1906.
J. P. STTOrKB
Notary Publc.


This i 4A it should be. 'ytor was
legally convicted and regularly gea-
tenced. There was no reasu why the
board of pardou should Interfere in
the case at all..

Volume 1, number 1 of the Ot. Lucie
County Tribune ha reached The
Journal's exchange table and is hear*
tily welcomed to the realms of Jour.
nalism. The paper is published' week-


ly at Port Ple by Messrs. Wilon THE ROLE OF HAM1Ti I'T
Reed, and is t t the netest -look
lag weekles pugbshed in the state of
Florida. he Journal extend the hand MANY FAMOUS ACTRESSES ESSAYED
of fellowship.and best wishes for suc- IT AND FAILED.
cess. __- -.


Senator Depew may yet be given a
chance to relate a few anecdotes to a
Judge and Jury about his dealings with
the Equitable.


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PBNSACOLA, IFLORIDA, TUT'SDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 190M.

GOING AWAY? bile Register, always one of the most
When you leave the city fot year conservative newspapers in the
sumer vacation have The Peneacola South, has the following to say on this
Jew al follow you. Notify mreula. phase of the matter:
ion manager, Phone 88.
There should be no hesitancy in
saying that the Louisiana Board of
A Judge's Sten Words Health has acted rather recklessly
with the health of the people of the
f Rebuke. gutf coast. Acknowledging now that
there was danger In the health condli
STampa man--Capt. Chas. L. Park tons of New Orleans nearly one
--eeently went home at an unexpect.'month ago, that board admits, after
ed hour and found his wife and a Mobile health authorities have force..
friedd of the family" poton the admission, that the disease is yel-
fried of the family in a position low fever. The long incubation has
whose suspicious circumstances could given time for the establishment of
not be explained anyway, whereupon many foci of disease In New Orleans
'the dealer of Capt. Park's hOme dream land it is indeed a wonder that some of
his un and shot the aggrieved husthe sick have not moved to other
places and there spread the disease.
band, seriously wounding im and There has been no quarantine restric-
only failing to kill him from the fact; ton against such movement until Fri-
* that the bullet did not strike a vitallday. and nothing was done in New Or
organ. leans to warn the people outside to be
.r.. on their guard against persons from
This moral leper, who had deserted the infected center or persons sick of
his own home. ruined another man',, the fever. If fever should occur soon
home, and made an attempt on the at any point outside the city of New
life of the man whose friendship he Orleans, we shall charge it to the neg-
bad oute nligence and bad faith of the health
hadoutraged, was indicted for assault board of New Orleans and Louisiana.
with intent to murder, and was con.- The bad faith consists in this: The
evicted of aggravated assault. board was pledged to keep neighbor-
The crime for which this man was ing boards informed as to suspicious
Indicted carries with It a penalty of cases so that steps for self-protection
indicted carries wth It a penalty could be taken but it failed to do so.
20 years In the penitentiary, but the' n fact, a'own to the arrival of the
one of which he was convicted pro- Mobile health authorities In New Or-
vides as a maximum penalty only one leans there was still pretense that
nothing had happened to disturb the
aear in Jail. In passing sentence, serenity of the heall conditions of
Judge H. C. Gordon, who presided at the Crescent City.
the trial, said: What will be the result of this in
llis court does not set itself up as the future? Simply that we should
a preacher or a reformer, but feels it not be able to trust the Louisiana'
Is proper, under the circumstances, to board. It may say that there is good
speak plainly on this o.-casion. health but It will not be believed un-
In all civilized countries the right less there is proof of the truth; we
of a man to protect the honor of his' shall always be suspicious of New Or-
family is recognized, even where there leans in summer because we cannot
Is little honor to protect. tell when it is healthy and when it is
By your own testimony you aren't. We shall suspect that there is
Bulky of assault with intent to mur- politics in that board and that its
der. There was ample evidence to, members prefer to try to hide the
support the charge, and If the jury facts for the beneft of New Orleans
had convicted you the court would than to obey the recognized rule of
have given you the full extent of the disclosing them for the benefit of the
law. people of all this Southern country.
Even in savage countries the sane-
tity of the home is recognized. I am New Yorkers have a big stick in
convinced that my conitruntion of the pickle for a correspondent of the Mail
law on this subject is based on sound when he returns. He regaled the
common sense and it will continue readers of that paper with stories of
to be the law in this court while I am 3 degree tempeture snow bock-
on the bench, until my decision is re degree temperature, now block-
versed by some other court. ades, etc., n the Yellowstone during
It does not matter how this matter the recent hot pell.
may affect you. or Mr. Park. or any
other individual. The qrlnestlon is the Information comes from Tallahassee
pree.rva'ion of the home In this county to the effect that upon the second
and state. No matter what may be a hearing of the case of Walter L. Tay-
ou. a married man, had no right to lor, sentenced to serve five years for
leave your home to violate the sane- an assault on Hon. W. B. Lamar, the
tity of another's If I were passing state board of pardons refused to take
sentence on my own brthber for a any action, so Mr. Taylor must serve
trme le yors wo gie hi the out the full term of the sentence.
The sentence of the law lq that you
be confined in the county jail at hard Tb. J--- ggggd 5ja-
labor for a period of one year. .
Every good citizen and every home hgg dm e. 190 S, I
In Florida will thank Judge Gordon .
for his severe words of condemnation T9 Off
and for his position in this matter. It *
Is only to be regretted that the ju-y
did not see the case as did the judge.
It would have meant 19 more years
for the wretch who now gets off with COP
but one year.


most passion, not simulated passion: i a a I w-
no such thing-real, palpably real. The
genuine heart storm was on In its wild- A TIA L B ,
est fullness of fury, and I listened and N J N A K1
gazed and held my breath, while my
blood ran hot and cold. I am sure it @o Pensa ela, PFl
must have been the case with every
one in the house, but I was all ab-
sorbed in Romeo till a thunder of ap. ..
plause recalled me to myself." DIRECTORS F. C Brent W. A. Blount, WVm. H. Knw
And of her assumption of the difficult
part of Claude Melnotte In "The Lady W, K Hycr Jr D.. Brent
of Lyons" Justin McCarthy says: "I
have seen Claude Melnotte played by M., *M i ii kr I .
many great actors, from Macready to FOREm i A DOEKSTII EXuIAnME MIAIT AM S
Irving, but Miss Cushman eclipsed
them all. She created for me the only We draw our .wn ills of E. V.esels disbursed upon the Men.
human, the only possible and the only eange oen rat rti Ireland, avrable Tenrms and their e
endurable Claude Melnotte I have ever Germany, Frane- Austria, Italy, -
seen." Hollain, Spain, Blglum, Russla, gtions taken Payable at Port ft
Miss Julia Seaman, a once popular Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Ves
actress, was so severely criticised when other European countries eel Arrives there,


No, 503.
H. L COVINGTON, President M. E CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LA1AR, Vk-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, At. Cashier.


THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capltll StcMk, S200.000 Surplu, S40,000

Henry L. Covington, S. J. FTombM.
J. i. Pfeifer. A. M. Avery,
SW. H. Milton, Jr.,
Bryan Dunwody O. E. Maura,
Frank Reilly, ,, W. IL Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. P. Me{ourln, .- Dr. W. J. Hannna,
P. 1. Brawner, McKenzle Oertin,,
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporation, and Firms Soictjd
Four per cent. interest paid on Time Deposits.


Vea te 1(** e ktea e a is eemi -
the rsvlaust CiLale*te Cusnhm
We" Net Ptrul to the Tak-A-n
Dlekilra I tihe Part.
Although many of the eleverest *A
tresse the world has known have as
sayed the part, they have, with few
exceptions, faid in It.
Even Sarah Siddons, probably the
greatest tragic actre of all time, wu
a failure as Hamlet, largely owing to
the nondescript nature of her garments,
which were neither masculine nor femi-
nine and which made it almost Impo.
slble to forget that her Hamlet was a
woman and not a man, says Londou
TIt-Bita.
Charlotte Oushman was perhaps the
most brilliant player of male parts of
her or, indeed. of any other generation.
She *as equally brilliant and convlnc-
ing as Romeo, Cardinal Wolsey or
Claude Menotte, but when she made
the crucial experiment of playing the
melancholy Dane even she proved
unequal to the task. In fact, her Hamp
let was so badly jecerved in Dublin
that she there and then made up her
mind never to play it again.
And yet her Romeo was such a tri-
umpa of acting that James Sheridan
Knowles, the great dramatist and crit-
ic, was completely carried away by It.
Of her acting of the passage where Ro-
meo flings himself upon the ground,
"taking the measure of an unmade
grave," he says: "It was a scene of top-


W. K. HYyR, J., V.-Pres a rash
W. N. ROBERTS, Ast. C.a;er.


The St. Louis Globe-Democrat prints
a notice to the effect that parties leav-
ing the city for the summer may have
the paper sent to their address. But
why spoil one of the chief arguments
cf the average St. Louisan, for a va-
cation?

Mr. Taft thinks our criminal courts
are a disgrace to civilization. Having
thus expressed himself Mr. Taft should
now report on some of the federal
courts.

That Chicago grand jury managed
to give the names of a few corrupt
labor leaders while skillfully conceal-
ing the names of the wealthy mer-
chants who put up the money.
* *
Senator Mitchell way doubly unfor-
tunate in that he got into trouble just
at the time when the supply of white-
wash was exhausted in taking care of
Morton and Loomis.

When Mr. Taft scolded Mr. Wallace
for taking a job that pays better he
forgot that we are holding on to the
Philippines in violation of our princi-
ples because it pays.
Work on the panama canal is pro-
gressing fully as rapidly as the iPana-
ma canal promoters expected. That i;
the reason why they forced the selec-1
tion of the Panama route.
*
A New York physician declares that
science will cut down the meat supply
largely in the ordinary man's diet.
That is not what has cut oown the
ordinary man's meat supply.

Before exhausting all our wrath o.a
the importers of Chinese cheap labor,
let us give a little attention to the
business of importing alien contract
labor by way of the Atlantic seaboard.
* *
There was no lack of big men in
the cabinet a generation ago. The
reason they did not step out of the
cabinet into $100,000 jobs was that
there was not enough jobbery going
on in those days.
.* C


Preferred Teurnt.
Servant-These rooms will be rented
to artists only. Applicant-And why
not to others? Servant-Because art-
Its are less troublesome. They never
,ant ther rooms put in order.-Chlea-
go Journal.

The Awful I*aell-em.
The Friend-What made you lose
your season so early? The Actor-The
solitude, my boy; night after night, the
appallng, soltude.-Brooklyn Life.

Every man has Just as much b va
as he wants understandlng.-ope.

*Res4Te Jourag' W il Ada.


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'ty Deposit Boaes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Privatet Dpartmnt for the use of Renters


vinge Dpaettment-lnterest Paid on D

olsits at Rate of 4 por eont par Annum.


IILTON GRESN. PB awa0lT. T. XI WXLL.E, ViY-.IUiwrr
. BUSIlwLL. Olsmu. MAN aLoD MOaXO, me. C&ac:s

Citizens National Bank,
of Penaseola, Florid,
mW Wriaeoht Morrt Ber, T. .
eo.W Wrlghs, Morris Iear. .s os


nix M. 3oWusoR. L mu. Green.
A (JENERAL BANKING 8 USINE" TRANSACTE06


A--- ---- --- -E-L N N UN-


S. REESE, President. E. W. MIYENeF, Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.

THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOL.
irectore-L. J. Rteves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC Kesser, R. M. Cary,
W, A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings.
RANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS REBPCTFULLT OLIC ITED


Wholesale and Retae Dear Ia
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite COAL
and BlarLtinth.
Omfce-No. 43 South PIlafA street. Telephone, 93.
Yards on Zarragssa and Gonales streets. Ph"on





Depot Loan Office,


Ughtuan 8Risk, Proprietors.

Money to Loan

on Jewelry, Diamonds
Watches, and valuables
of all kinds.


Unredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice IAne Cut lass.
Watches and cloaks repaired and work delivered when ra.
ed.
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our b.:. which to keep all valuables.
OfIe, 106 E. Wrght, In Big house.


Phone 1127. J


YE ARE GROWING B6 IGE
HAVE *tifTROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A 0


Down-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
WHR WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE You CALL BE-
FOiL PACINo YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA-
T ERIL O ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TO-DAY

CAR LOAD OF PAINT
S wrCti yw, basiaess. Prompt attention to all mail


Se9imr Mill Company I

Se 717. Florida.
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The reformed Equitable seems de-
termined to get along without a court
jester.
Before the canal can be cut enough
red tape must be cut to fll a bigger
ditch.

1It seems that Engineer Wallace pre-
ferred throwing dirt to cutting red
tape.

The country is rapidly learning that
a United States senator is just as hu-
man as any other man.

Mr. Rockefeller might turn an hon-
es dollar or two by hurrying around
the circuit after Mr. Lawson.
* *
The Chicago grand jury doubtless
has had many hearty laughs at the
credulity of Mr. James Garfield.
0 0
Despite the whitewash there is
quite a smell of asphalt clinging to
several parties to the Loomis affair.

Mr. Taft, secretary of war, has sail-
ed for Manila. In a couple of weeks
the earth is due to take a decided
tip.
While investigating our missions
abroad Mr. Loomis will have an ex-
cellent opportunity to lay up a few
more claims.
CC*C


Ooal advanced in
ton on July 1. Mr.
getting some more
trusteeship.


price 10 cents a
Baer is evidently
kinks out of his


By the time the universities get
through conferring degrees upon lib-
eral millionaires every man of millions
will be a man of letters.
* *0
RIghtminoed people will be unable
to see wherein the dishonest employ-
ers of Chicago are any 'better than
the dishonest employes.
* *
A great deal of mud is flying in the
vicinity of the Panama canal, but it is
not of the kind that makes a showing
in the work of excavation.
* *
Secretary Shaw is trying to explain
why there was a huge deficit without
mentioning the fact that It was due
wholly to republican extravagance.
* *
The stockholders in the Lewis bank
of St: Louis will be slow to try "ab-
sent" treatment again when they have
a feeling of fullness about the purse.
* *


she played Hamlet some years ago that
she turned round on her critics and as-
sailed them in a very vigorous manner.
The late Miss Marriort, who had one of Safe
the most beautiful voices ever heard on
any stage, was more fortunate, al-
though it was one of her least success-
ful assumptions, and In the fifties an
American actress, Miss Percy Knowles, Sig
made such an unfortunate exhibition
of herself as the melancholy one that a
country manager actually issued a no-
tice warning his patrons against going
to see her. -
Ellen Tree (Mrs. Charles Kean) was it.
the first to put on Hamlet's double
and hose; Mrs. Glover won Edmund
Kean's approval by her playing of the
part, and Mine. Sarah Bernhardt gave
a picturesque and clever rendering of 0
Hamlet, although it was not to be com-
pared with many of her brilliant as-
sumptions.
Charlotte Crampton was noted for
her clever acting of masculine parts., S4'
which would have been even more con
vinc!ng if she had not been such a tiny
woman. "Tlere is a woman," Mae
ready once said, referring to her, "who
would startle the world If she were but
two inches taller." She was such a
magnificent swordswoman that few!
men cared to try their skill against her
on the stage, and she was undoubtedly
a genius in her way, with a courage
commensurate with her skill.
She was one of the finest personators
of Richard III. ever seen on the stage,
her Shyleck was among the most bril i
liant pieces of acting in her day, and i
she was almost equally clever as Iago, i
Romeo and Don Caesar de Bazan, and i
yet when Charlotte Crampton chal-
lenged criticism with Hamlet she fail-
ed as signally as her rival, Charlotte
Cushman, had done. I --
Probably the most successful of all
lady Hamlets was Anna Dickinson,
who made considerable reputation as
Macbeth and Claude Melnotte. %A
number of women have tried Hamlet,"
she said. "None, I believe, with any
success. Yet, In my opinion, the char-
acter of Hamlet is eminently suited for
a woman's capabilities. Hamlet was
very young-a mere college boy, in
fact. Besides, a fine actress Is more
likely to bring out the wonderful wo-
manlike delicacy of Hamlet's charac-
ter than a very young actor." And she |
supported her views by giving an at-
tractive and clever rendering of the
part. I e

cinmoinMe. in
In the World of Fashion of 1830 Is
a reference to "the new stuff called
crinoline." Crinoline was partly thread,
partly horsehair, its name being com-
pounded of the French "crin," horse-
hair, and "lin," flax. Hats, skirts and
all sorts of things that were wanted to f
possess a certain stiffness were made
of this material. r


"Nothing in this country has been
touched by a trust," declares William
Travers Jerome, "that has not been
caused to grow and improve." Of
course Mr. Jerome bars the trust mag-
net's conscience.

In view of recent events, notably
the Morton incident, the Loomis inci-,
dent the Wallace incident and the
Santa Fe incident, it is not at all'
strange that Mr. Roosevelt felt imnell-


By the way, what has Mr. Taft to ed to grab a Root.
say about the resignation of Mr. Mor- *
ton from an $8,000 government job to Bankers inclined to speculation
accept a $50,000 job with a corpora- should not fail to make the future aa-
tion? suredly easy by taking a course in
a bookkeeping. :'Then, when landed, in
Another bank reported all right by jail, they can secure an easy berth
government bank examiners has been away from the herd of common crimi-
proved all wrong. What do bank ex- nals.
aminers do to earn their salaries? *
Politics? In the rush let it not be forgotten
* that Secretary Ethan Allen Hitchcock,
Mr. Wallace took a better job and secretary of the interior, had back-
was severely soolted. Mr. Morton bone enough to go right on with the
took a better job and was given a clean Mitchell prosecution in spite of all!
bill of health and a letter of recom- the influence brought to bear against
mendation. It.

#m, S. 1* grouiper under a piece (f paper on the'
-k NEWS AND VIEWS dining table. They gazed, admired,
F PROM STATE PIAPMRS. wondere' but no mark was found bvy
S*a which to locate the kind donor. Then
agga.i3-itl --iE itW^ t^' their surprise became aroused and
--thoughts of poison and other evil
Shaking the Limb. things took possession of them. Mes-
sengers were sent around, but no neigh-
Delinquent subscribers are dropping bor was found who would acknowledge
off like wormy pears from a blighted the generous act. The family left the
bough. Somebody is shaking the limb. fish untouched and relred to the front
too.-Monticello News. room to discuss the affair. When they
* returned they found that the house cat
Couldn't Expect It. had settled the matter by devouring
We cannot understand how a man the fish and mussing up the dining
who operates his lawn mower at a table with its bones. The cat cleaned
o'clock in the morning can expect his up the fish but did not clear up the
neighbor to vote for him.-Miami mystery.-Miami Record.
News


Fisherman's Philosophy.
The Herald man, Tuesday morning,
stood on the railroad dock watching a
coloredd citizen catch trout. Countless
billions of minnows were swimming
alongside the dock, and the scribe ask-
ed for fisherman:
"Why in the world do those idiotic
:rout go for the minnow on your hook
instead of askingg into these millions
of minnows on this side?"
"Well, yer see," replied the piscato-
rial philosopher, "de trout is jes like
folks Dey don't want ter work and
ley's always looking out ter see how
ley can git things de easiest. If dey
hits any o' dem miners out dar, dey'11
tave ter hustle, but dey don't have to
zert (exert) dey selves to git dis one
in -ee hook. Dat's why so many folks
sits caught and dat's why so many
oilks gits into trouble trying ter git
things widout working fur 'em."
The scribe thought there was a
hole sermon In what the darkey said,
md so he paid the preacher 15 cents
or three fine trout and went on his
war pondering and insured for dinner.
-Punta Gorda Herald.
0 a


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Still a Mystery.
Quite a surprise and some commo-
tion occurred at the residence of a
very worthy citise, residing on the
corner of Avenue D an Tenth street.
Returning from a vist, the lally was
*#tJonihed on enterlag the dining


*v-eniuon*al rThusts.
ILke at me!" exclaimed the leading
lawyer warmly. "I never took a drop
of medicine In my life, and I'm as
strong as any two of your patients put
together."
"Well, that's nothing," retorted the
physician. "I never went to law In
my life, and rm as rich as any two
dozen of your clients put together."

ComfOrtlng Coinparitom.
"Don't you feel foolish peddling
these nonsensical toys?" asked the
man of severe Ideals.
"Yes," answered the street fakir, "I
feel rather foolish. But what do you
think of the people who buy 'em?"-
Washington Ste.

Tae Samtus.
Allecs-t would be strange if C(olly
abould marry a girl as silly as him-
self. Clara-Yes; It would be 'two
souls without a single thought.

A S5.e IRle.
De Canter-Is there any sure way to
tell the age of a horse? Do Trotter-
Yes. Ask the dealer and multiply b.
one-half.

The people whb are most eager to
share their troubles are usually those
who are most stIgy with their gO
bLck.-PhildaIpb'* 3ecsd.


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


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If yoa area idder" for qual
ity, a4Hfulnes and a double
pleasure in drnnlkrig it, call for


RAPID WORK IN

CLEANING UP CITY

Saunitary ad Strut Forces Hm B Mor Tan ooble, and the
First Day Brought Very Satisfactomy silts to
Heads of Deparumits


RESDENTS HAVE AIDED MUC Persian Iseet Powder............... UC.............c60 pond
P(Full directions with each package.)
I BY COMMENCING TO CLEAN UP Platt'si ChlorI e.........................................0c bottle
,D Cby's loride..........................................0 botle
It*m brewed \ JL. ^ THEIR PREMISES NO NEED U Chloride of me, half pound, -lb. box.............10 and' 20 cents
It brewed ly from the Crude Carbolic Ac Pure Carbolic Acd.
choicest eals. It i for FOR UNEASINESS BY THE RE. Creloin (Pearson).....................................00 bottle
Months to prevent biliousness, and DENTS, AS STRICT QUARANTINE Tanglefoot .. .................................c PcSe
monthsttotpreventob.liousness andF tton.A..............................5 b
every bottle is thoroughly Ste ied. IS BEING MATAINED. IL IStea' Electric Rat and Roach Paste....................25 box
SbIt is a nmrve-rtow. a body-builer an Peterman's Ant Pood....................................25c box
It a n veetrr a b y-b e a and airnv Peterman's Bedbug Poison....................... 15 and 25 cents
tickler for the "sticklerJs" taste. Be sure to allfor The task of ceann p Pensacola D'Alembert's Fatal F o n g.........rn......................50 Pint
and J "faS M i T eplacing t he cleityy ePs I" P Hooper's atal F oo..rnt'd............................. 25 bo
G T BRWING .ed yesterday morning. Extra Let US Fill Your Presriptions.
employees In the various departments
went on duty, and with the co-opera- W Frih 0 0 C Cs E HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
tion of the citizens a large amount of furnish MonCye WE HAVE BIryN IN BU8I IS.
d had been completed by niht t S. Suprme C
PETR ELL triter for Pncola The health authorities wish it thor-
"- -oughly understood that the present. y
movement to clean up tbe city is only 'AL M BERT
FHORME SOLD11i1 bIFsD ** nwna, W. A. D ALEaM.BERTE,
"'Made bolder be histo ke. McCaw. a prefamtionary measure. There is no do
F O R M E R S O L D IE R lass seized upon the G? e Mer. danger of feverreaching here with the The Jacksonville ime-Union says: Phon 109. Drt nd Apothecary. 11 alafox.
C M IT S lass seier Cd nof opon the Vebel murder, resent strict quarantine which is hbe- J. Douglass Wetmore, the colored Po e DSt n 121 iX.
C O M M IT S He went to Iincinnti and agreed u ing maintained a air.'t New Orleans. lawyer who is appearing for Patterson,
secure a confession Vi-jim the itur- but it w-ts deemed advlab!e to clean
derer of Governor Goebel. whom he the city and rid it of all places whi..h the colored man who has brought a--'
swore was John M. Davidson, a Ken- might diaw mosquitoes or germ-car- test ease in the Courts in the hope of
tuckian. who had killed himself under rying insects. having the Avery law separating the g Mthe Avertlawsepiaratin^4gt
Ja S t Whin @ was Attal s I.y H, at Frt mysterious circumstance. MCanf Superintendent Gingles has placed races on the Ltreet cars declared un-
lsso said Davis wrote he confession about fory men at work cutting down constitutional, takes exceptions to the F
Barrancas, Nas Ureer iea deat s faet '. weeds,c cleaning out rai an placing published state ment of the county
ea na sealed and he was arrested for desert- the streets and squares in good condi- published sttment of the county
A* n ing the army. tion. The day was a busy one with solicitor to the effect that the street CUTE OR CHRONIC.
l "Wen released McCandlass went this department, and at every point car companies are behind the move-
to Washington and New York, where where stagnant water was found a ment.
under the name of Carlton, he marrie l drain was made in order that it might
the two women he now stands accused be carried off. Attorney Wetmore insists that the a i B
WAS STATIONED AT .OCAL FORT Dr. Chas. A. Goldsmith a reputable of murdering." Extra Inspectors. street car companies have nothing to
IN 16. AND REMAINED THERE traveling physician picked him out War A nst Conumption Acting Cit Health Oicer Pierpot do with the case in court. In referrin 1 AN UNFAILING REMEDY.
Ia dozen men at the Raymond tre, War Aga.nst Conumptio Acting City Health Officer Pierpont to the matter yesterday the attorney CURES TEETHING, DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, DYSENTER
FOR NEARLY A YEAR, WHEN HE j&il as a man who had drugged and chik t aion of con pt rin, t ced ten additional inspectors onCUREsaid: FLUX AND AL BOWEL DISORDERS.
TOOK FRENCH LEAVE TO MAR_-robbed him. check the ravages of consumption, thet duty with instruction to rush the said:
EarlyTOOK FRENCH LEAVE TO in July. 00, while still .white plague" tnat clatnis so many work as fast as possible. but to see "This case has been Instigated by SOLD AT WHITE'S PHARMACY
RY A WEALTHY IDOW-WAS ing under thealias of Martinez, he victims each year. Foly's Honey and; that all yards and lots were cleaned the colored people of Jacksonville, At wholesale by Mobil Drug Co., Mobile; Lewis Co., Pensacol
KNOWN HERE AS MARTINEZ came to New York.Tar cures coughs and colds perfect-' thoroughly. Those appointed were C.through the colored pastors of Jack. #*I- S




r. .n The charge of cau6ng the death Martinez made some tea which ren!- rt and apothecary. pool ofsta gnat wte, br suppl just as far as we can ke it or win ture, Languages, Science, Music, Art, Oratory, etc. Cooueoe bep odJn
ly and you are in no danger of ctIn- L. Bown Frank Roach, Thos. Tuttle,


omen both of whom he hart e met Dr. Goldsmthh unconscou. When CITY OFFICIALS TO SEE i t i i sonville, who are furnishing me by toy rnhed everything new; splendid newp Dig
a endtiinm caHme his enses. Mathoinz ha smption. Do not risk your hs ve lth. Christie Charles Simpson, John fight the case. Thereas not been aet
L. MCandlass in Jere ty. and was i appeared. whoarrying with him aboyu away t sonville canno be maintained when loue ddre A. W. VAN DionOOSE, or H. J.Jr. John DunnPAC


Sre wah comparinbaty when hat e made serc al three-carouet nd Nei Then Foley's Honey a r e determined to e ic a s e and A isi i i dollar pais k nown a e not patrols et, fA Prrdent Efaula .
a Yeaorintereehss Yorkitakingtpiyorr.oe. GoldsthJTH ALABAMA RENAUli.Ec n
anas under the name ofE t a sapphire rig. and certain l n resuits. Ark forby pecte r was trquipped with a can filled Bo o __there wais b e al oncemoney.-eh -
s now undareer s on dom iamone picture of Matinez. Them ad Fole's Honeytractor and with this end insist upon with oand whenever they reached ea t lik the law andll the colored nec- A ig-n
o hr r rest in returned toG G goldsmith '.ros atch om, those who have placed garbage in w e- -at he wil bee P her having it as-,d ain al ip t eof the state MOn a Test M SirT uT, THy Pe I
chargeocausng the death Martinez made some ea which relom F gist an apof theory places, ofil wca inh is not o it whih will a we can tak e or win treLangua



Sr g twon otf t wom en ha nd of gorment goods, stolen fact to Mayor Bliss, the police station aa in which the resident When aked e ca would be DTROY DNOW
n e Hewaoldsmi arrse March 23ns. When CITY OFFIhIALSn order that the ofi- the eet of kllingand vi taken to the United S.atesIn ca- beautifully furnished, everything ne w splerin the card in Sunday



d unoer ier nt e s or 11 Columbu Barracks and cals can see that It is oved. isfortothe e ed eople did not receive what ing Journal in regard to the H
S. s to desesrtion and thet and THafternoon RBAGE IS REMOVED away mosquitoes hoots with the raload lines in Jack- fulocation.attoney said: FULL IFORMATIO AS TOns. Excellent fau .




.. leasess of J. nent in the government prison at Ft. received or else it will e remove nthe e ns sonvill cple, and we are going to take the MEANS AND METHODS FOR to be a fraud of "Harvest nnot be maintained, when
l.re with company -when that ppee rn oThecitywasdivided into sectionsbi
n R rlI. he a Tin mcnew. a thr e-caret diamond-I the city officias are determined t iand cah i inspector was assigned a t Is known th at we are not patrol EXERMINATION brand, which Kugleman& Co.,
S .y. ias ca er amsOnt black rd. al e dsm al from and sapphirering. an ee that all ndng but garbage is removed b the tle in ma and To doing the cars. The colored people do
oarf. olamist a nd returned t o St. L where hi contrae authorveredhoroughly, and it is ee eCourt at Washington." Mosquitoesnd the colored peo-ence says the brand is manufactured by the Cu
Dr Golsmith watch. t ose wo ave pnt ga that the ente city will be w stand. So far here and ithe They aren all parts o the statebrand we have been handling fo
.-esmarried several t~mes -'*:In April,'1S90.he dented from Ft.front of their places, which is not re- the best possible condition within the arc to assist us in making the fight.
na. n Ja l. Carver, selfwound Riley, Kan. carrying with hi laove Mostved are requested to telephone thisMor n ext te taten danpectoTo r igh ted of states up leilme Court.
Sin the thic womenout of gover et goods, and sfc to Mayor Bliss, the police sha tion Another se inspector in the pern se e theac is ce.- ret mny other evers nd diseases ral year nd t is regarded b





St ens and J. E. Ca- marriage license. He and marreted Mahrch or the olty hallIn outr the dandr ge t force yesterday. He is to make States Supreme Court nd every court and to reduce to the minimum the the best ours in this market, a
Soe Edward Math h inezsy 10nd1r the name of C R. arley h0. ence discovered that dandruff is a ger. Lofted place. There is a hard fight to be institute that is nece any one does not believe t, re
ecure employment as a waiter in disease there has been only one pre A remisesport from New rleans last n Judge Call' court to-morrow morn- qutoe and thecolored problem i olved label on each package and the
or Louis but was discharged for rai- araion put on the markhe matter as discussed yesteraycit wato the effect that six deaths Ig, whe the case of Patterso is to The physician say that Peranthey wantthedisn the st"Harate courts, vest King" is
Th mans sal na Is Jamese ed guilty to desertion and theft. and hadafternoon and in New Othe city officers intend! cy ah i on. writ of Insect Powder will kill the motequadtoeb cy the Cumberlan d Mills, nac
SNe Yor In 18 contracted his reduce s scalpg ta fevt the contractor s gi thve valueand wth no danger of a spread of Yesring out all of the fe points of the rally. package to be up to what we rep
Sseond marriae this the grm;ernment prison at F recthived. or else it wllng ha stops, and theo neighboring cities law in the case and is belicer than they began to clea, wearego to and will alsoake thesta, not to















m arni v 10 a d etta Sherwood Bird who was a we'l hair grows luxuriantly Ask your The local authorities wish it under- ttcey will have a wd e a cope. The de- etk an Immense consignment of PerDo any comments on "Harvest Q'
dson, where e forced her to instantly, and permits the hair to upon their premises can have the m r e- with a great deal of interest, and if ll all orders at once and by the quick a Queen," which is Kugleman &
. R Farle- hk raer Ed-.orable dismialfrom the arium of an od b earefinding drggt. For moved by the little tree of chargubl e in by he declares thato do so the law will hold, he est delivery in the city. "Harvest King" brand. It is f
'ar e .1.nMar 'alez. b:,amlst, black- forfeiture of all pay. ing u ll rle m but we have plenty of it in eight. Wecity, will state that 'Harvest
Sethief ose. Whias rele she was working ale by W. A. DAlem te, druggt notfyng the police staion advice really expect to finish tMr. Hooton als case before
, gamist hendndretu Mcardlass forg to S l he e his and apothecar 121 S. Malaof the authorities, and having a cleancan be pro-the Supreme Court at nce to conashington." Mosquitoes areof Sulphur Fumiators all ready for and i manufactured by the C
r. John Doehue, to tke letter of 1 cns n stamps for sample to The cured free of cost by applying at therat o In view of the points of constitu- use, and he will be glad to give everlow nd Mills of Nashville, Ten.,R & S
dar. .,e ; Ma:o bo-us Duke though after that they came mwitone H alp Irritants, of No Value,. city that thel law whichl stand. So far as the fever. They information also to how these of a
















,and left town to escape arrest. the powder disinfectant have been or-rtarson nas cited in his efforts to havei fmigators should be used and how
na nCarverself.alarming frequency. He fell in love Most hair preparations are merely d and willMoretatch here Inpectorshn a fewright of states to l r eleased fromle laws seek-
a Uod acOplie in the mythicAl with a well-to-do t. L'wis girl, and scalp irritants, miscalled hair tonics Another state inspector Inthe per-ing to separate the races is concern- great many other fevers and disease eral years, and t is regarded b
S-: J. E. Car- proceed a dummy minister and fake When hair is brittle, lusterles andon of Louis J. Anderson, was added toed there are decisions and the Unite Thmosquitoes. Hooto prevent yelow fever trade whoever handled it to be
Sad J. E. Ca!- marriage license and married her, begins o fall out the dandruff germthe force yesterday. is to makeStates upremeCourt and every court and to reduce to the minimum the the best flours in this market, a
Sou hae nevrderer and thief curing all hr money. Then she learn- s getting in its deadly work at thethe run on trains and see that no i the south to bear out the clain cause of all otheructon er so. The code of ordinances of the
.-:-: asain 1i-en identified ed of his perfidy and left him. root, sapping the vitaiiiY. Since "cpipasseagers enter the city from the in-that the Avery law is constitutional. istic of the warm weather season all Schafer Milling Co., of indiana








S you hod by all means, a Fla and desert his second The poorest thing you can oer fight in the United States Supreme of Pensacola requires that all hd that is necesar
secure employ ent as a waiter in disease there has been only one prei- A report from New trleans lasti n Judge Call' court to-morrow morn- qutoes and the r e la o a an te
SSt Louis. but as discharged for raiGon- aeration put on the market that will ac night was to the effect that six deaths lg, when the ase of Patterson is t o The physicians sada, who ha suffereas required. All numbers shaing"
ing checks on his employer and se- tally destroy the dandruff germ, ana had occurred in New Orleans recently, come up on a hearing on the writ o Insect Powder will kill the mosquitoes by the Cumberland Mlls, ha
curing the funds. lie then went to that is Newbro's Herpicide. It quick but that the situation was well in habeas corpus. The arguments will in the house, as well as insects gem lrge letters. We guarantee
SNew York. In IS;t4 he contracted his re ces scalp fever, destroys the hand with no danger ofa spread of bring out all of the fine points of the rally. packageI tIo be p to wha we ere
second marriage, this time with Wi- germ and the falling hair stops, and the disease to neighboring cities law n the case, and t is believed that Hooton's Pharmacy has just receiv it to e and will also sta not to
EVERYONE IS in correspondence. Twh was a ere hair grows luxuriantlywi Ask your The local authorities wis bnch oft under they wll have a wide Jacope. nvhe de- e an immense o an sayig t of Per any comments on "Harvest 60
to girl. He took her to Cornwell-on- uggist for Herpide. It allays ttch-stood that parties who cut down weeds cision af Judge Call will be awaited sian Insect Powder ann' s prepared to that everybody knows a "Kn"
udson. e force her to n instantly an permits the hair ton their premises can have them re- with a great deal of rest, and fill all orders at once and by the quck- a "Queen," whic hereof.
cue employment n the sanitarium of row. Sod by leading druggists. F moved by the city fre of charge by h declares that the la will hold, the est delivery in have in r ad ny .r- Notice is hereby given that is f
Dr. RosWhile While she was working ale by W. A. DAlemberte, drug t notifying the police staheon and alo tate supremecourt to becalledfolin since I oot egan also using them." If owners will be required to co
camthere ardlass forget a the name o di apothecary 21 S. alafox. Sen at oi and disinfectan an be pro pon at once to consider the case. of Sulphur umiordinance. Own
r. John Donehue, to a fake letter of 1 cents in staps for sale toThecured fre e of cost by applying at the In vew of the points of constitu use, and h take gladthe to Tablets, get property may learn the correct

en doTemab d be Ior p en h days to be distributed to therinteto kill thhe bil, it 1: evident that he-ap id. LA LS BI
A TH ING. listed as a private inBatt -y H. rt W rror Pon o rsl oconfdentl- expects to have the state Be on the safe side and destroy the








d hname of E. J.e. eRode b-k. ieo10. id NTE PR GR i et hiclient, and then make the provide you with all necessary matervi- Notice- to Houls Owners.
S lean, ( Fla. and de erri ed his second The poorest thing you an off fight in the United States Supremeions of Pensacola requires that all hap-





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Teo ml lCmais...,-fe cam teoedn dr o Prio-ad t
41 |i|\ City and livedwith her two weeks. It is going to make a mighty poor The Jacksonville Metropolis says: patently and from rumor the -nigger ESTATE OF H. D. MARKLEY
T ten he became ill. and after getting j Jam for your crust in poverty to eat it County Solicitor W. J. Bryan is not in the wod i was opeipCEeASED.
all her money, MeCandla sent her remembeno g what you spent on fool- companies are carrying out the pro- on the part of the company to have 27th day of Beptember, A. D.,
R tehli her he wouln follow nyouth.-Atchison Globe. visions of the Avery law. The solicitor the act declared unco titutIonal by I will apply to the Honorable C-
P PI Dwithin a f. w days. He returned to the says that he -intends to vigorously cevertly backing the negro and his of Escamba County, Florid
SGordon. la) wife who knew noth- Th* Salt he sea. prosecute the ompmnies when the lawyers who ha brought the case up. a final discaarge from the admi
w An o f t hi i ter i amriage escapades The Pythagoreans held that the sea Criminal Court meets next month. "I am told," he tnutinued, "that the tion of said estate.
in the interim next two years around was salt by reason of the tears abed by Speaking in this relation Solicitor North JacksonVlle Street Railway M. W. BROCKwAI
S"He speordon. Alt the n to year s around i Kronos, father of Zeus. According to Bryan said: Company is complying with the law. mchW5oaw6m Adminilt
ST hN f Gordon. Ala.. unearthing skeletons Morethe old Hebraic tradition, the ocean "I do not think that the little piece and when Criminal Court.- meets in
ON TIE MARKET the famil closets and threatening to W h P M was orWnally a great body of fresh of painted plank stuck by pegs on the August it and the Jacksonville Elec- In Eeambta County CircuitOourt,
as not gven blc'hsh" money. Thsr -- water, but which was made salt by the backs of the seats of the street cars, trick Company will have full oppor- of Plorida-In Chancery-thel
lakall went o to years. Then bundnttears of the fallen angels with 'white' alt on one'side and tnity for all the tests they wnt. n vs. Dorsey Frankl-Bi
'McCanllass worked a fake which net-, One sect of Buddhists believe that 'colored' on the other, complies with t Divorce
ted him mon ad which ve him Lot's waife-that Is to say, the "pillar of either the letter or the purpose of the Good for Stwmai Tuble an Ce. On Monday. 2nd day of Octol
Lew iseaeav lawrequiring the separation of the
| AI I Den his idea on the fake about the murder 0 A alt" which wa once the wife of t race They netr separatedivide e red to pear to t
ISGo he trnorGoebl i Kentucky, incin huatible tleman named above- -Ii or screen the car any more than the "Chamberlai's an Livr led against him herein. This
SCASHhich he tried to sell to Cincinnatit the bottom o the oe n a ertal backs of the t o. It looks very Tablets have do mea-reat deal of to be published once each wee
O ;and other pap r. arrow strat and that once ach year much like a ubterfuge on the part good," says C. Towa, of at Portae, eight (8) eonetlve weeks
the Her came story In which he told to ho 297 the waters of all ee Low through of the op npany." Ontario, Canada. "Be, e a a1d hyalt Pesaola Jornal, a newspape
Sthe Herald a story in which he told of that narrow channel. The Talmudic When.sked about the habeas corpus the after eftecl are' o uapleaant, lished in said hEcambia Comst]
a plot on the part of the Spanish gov- ~riters say that It was never salt ati ease before Judge Cll on next Mon- and I oOa erscoxuti 4 tham .tla ,who M. MeMillas, Clerk Cirelt Cow
A t ernment, to destroy the American ba- gi lai n ld o 5 Moes wept rpeptaace after af abl6g day, the solicitW replied that he enter- suffter t a d er." r ArUSard D. C.
tleship Maila. A was a great story. __ ----w- atM L tco mtk.deAsaleyblUata: .lD. Peu
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THm AtRL W1O SMILED.
The wind was east a th chimney
smoked,
And the old brown house seemed
dreary;
for nobody smiled and nobody joked,
The young folks grumbled, the old
folks croaked,
They had come home chilled! and
weary..
Then opened the door. a girl came in,
Oh, she was homely-very-
Her nose was pug and ner cheek was
thin,
There wasn't a dimple from brotr to
chin.
But her smile was bright and cheery.
She spoke not a word of the cold and
dantp,
Nor yet of the gloom about her;
But she mended the fire and lighted the
lamp,
And she put on the place a different
stamp
Prom that It had without her.
Her dress, which was something In
sober brown,
And with oampness nearly dripping;
She changed for a bright, warm crim-
son gown,
And she looked so gay when she came
down,
They forgot that the air was nip-
ping.


They forgot that the houe was a dull
old place,
And smoky from base to rafter;
And gloom departed from every face
A they felt the charm of her mirthful
grace -
And the cheer of her happy laughter.
Oh, give me the girl who will smile
and sing,
And make all glad together,
To be plain or fair is a lesser thing;
But a kind, unselfish heart can bring
Good cheer in the darkest weather.
-Miami News.
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FOR MR. FORCHEIMER
AND HIS BRIDE.
Four couple. Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave oevy, Mr.
ana Mrs. Adolph Greenbut, Mr. and
Mrs. V. J. V4dal gave an all day picnic
at Magnolia Bluff Sunday, in honor of
Mr. Diward Forcheimer and' bride.
Each couple, accompanied by its
family drove out In its own trap,
leaving the city at 6 a. m. and return-
ing at 7 p. m. "
They found the crabbing and fishing
fine and, as Mr. Joseph catered for
them they simply feasted on the most
dellciously cooked sea food.
Mr. (ohen caught the largest trout
the party has ever seen-big enough!
to have alone furnished a square meal
for the crowd', including the happy.
hungry children who were taken along
and given fulV sway, in the water and
ashore.
ENJOYABLE PICNIC
AT ELECTRIC -PARK.
One of the most enjoyable days ever
spent by a crowd of young folks was
a picnic given at Electric Park Sun-
day, the hostesses being Miss Katie
Cusachs ano' Miss Mildrod De Roche-
blave. The day was spent bathing and
having a good time, playmig games
and enjoying delightful refreshment.
The crowd was chaperoned by Mr. and
Mrs. Oommyns Mrs. Cusachs, Mrs. M.
Johnson and Mrs. Williams, and the
following young people attended:
Misses Katie Cusachs, Mildred, Clara
and Lena De Rocheblave, Louise Com-
myns. Blanch McHugh, Clyde Allen.
'Ida Kramer, Eva Zerr, Irene Braswell.
Bertie Dunham, Katie Haynes. Neita
Elliott, Alberta Villar, Minor Wolf.
Aneta Schmitz, Elenora Schmitz. Ger-
tie Whitehead Florence Wolf, Gene-
vieve Hallmark, Hilaa Griffin, Mattie
O'Brien, Modeste Roseque, LaR:ne
Johnson. Nannie Sweeney, Lala, Helen
and Mary Cusachs.
Messrs. Willie Bogart, Leoncio
Borras, Frances Commyns. Johnnie
Miller, "Chip" Klumker. Allie Murphy.
Robert Pine, Willie Perry. Bunrup
Olsen, Joe Stokes, Azell Le 'r'oidevant.
Charles Touart. Cecil Hovey, Alphonse
Touart, Willie chmitz. Willie Bell,
Julius Daniels. Jasper Lovings, Wood-
ward Day, Clarence Pfelffer. Ernest
Miller Eddie Anderson, Quintin Bor-
ras. Gam Golay, Tony Klutmker. Chas.
and Edwin Polman, riarnest Braswell.
Joe Geri Thomas Cusachs, Chis
Mertin.
Music was furnished by Misses
Nelta Elliott. Genevieve Hallmark and
Bertie Ren Lonsberry.


A PRETTY CHRISTENING.
Gwendolyn Howard, infant daugl,
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L Howard was
christened Sunday afternoon at the
residence of her maternal granaanother
Mrs. J. W. Singles.
I Rev. P. A. Rogers pastor of the
Gadsden M. church officiated in
the presence of a few friends and
relatives.
The baby was lovely in a dainty
Valenciennes rube the gift of a friend,
and behaved beautifully.
The rooms were tastefully decorat-
the occasion was most enjoyable, light
refreshments being daintily served.
MRS. FELTON'S PLEA
FOR A DECENT HERITAGE,
AS THE RIGHT OF CHILDREN.
In a fragment of the Royston, Ga.,
Record of some date in May, appears
the following comment on an address
made by Mrs. T.. H. Felton which is
worthy of repreduction and thoughtful
pus aL The-. adre was delivered
at OllHal I&a Wylston, May 22,
*Ut ula t t e evmeats of the
maeet ep a m. It was lis-
tened 1 t a- It'w mlao e,
and W "a~ -ja 11011: 4.-n.


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tote for that Garden of Bdea lost in
the morning of creation, was mast
touching, sweet and Ieaunti l.
She satle in part: "The bearing, the
nurture, and education of children is
the first duty of the world of mankind.
Sowing wild oats may be recreation
to the thoughtless nme of the period
but what a harvest of woe to unsus-
pecting wives and mothers?
"The frst duty of the state is to
conserve all forces that will make
happy and useful men and women.
The first duty of the churdh is ,to
maintain a barrier behind which men
and women can so live as to perpetu-
ate the race in virtue and sobriety,
and the first duty of the family is to
remove far away from those yet to be
as well as those already here, every
taint of evil or disease that will cor-
rupt and debase the innocent and
helpless."
She said children have not only the
right to good. pure blood, free from
every taint of vice and disease but
also a pure, wholesome ChNstlan
home, let it be cabin or mansion. And
the obligation to provide these things
is laid upon parents by the hand that
created all things and enforced by the
penalty of losing every species of sat-
isfaction and happiness should they
fail in these duties.
She truly saie' that millions of mon-
ey and all other things combined could
not satisfy us if our children go wrong
from our neglect.
She said there are 1,000,000 deficient,
deformed, idiotic people in the United
states to-day due from avoidable
causes, and that the laws of the future
may define marriageable people by
requiring them to have a certificate of
scund mind and body and by requiring
a bond for the -faithful discharge of
the duties of the marriage state.
Indeed. it was a noble and gracious
message from a full heart and brain of
one of the South's greatest women.
Thegreatest of it all it was spoken so
tenderly and motherly and good. Mrs.
Felton has endeared herself to hun-
dreds of our people who feel that her
coming was a blessing that may soon
be repeat e'.
Why does she not write a book upon
home, the paradise of earth, for L.e
benefit of her beloved Georgians and
Cor which she is so well qualified?
VIVIAN GREY NEW YORK*
POPULAR COMPOSER HERE.
Robert A. Keiser, the composer of
New York, who, under the nom de
plume of "Vivian Grey,- wrote Mabel
,MoKinley's great successes "Anona"
and "Karama," and who is also the
author of the international sacred
,song success "Beyond the gates of
Paradise"-is' visiting his aunt Mrs.
A. Levy on Spring street.
While here Mr. Keiper will finish the
last act of his new o era "Xantippe,"
which is booked In New York for a
run this winter.


ALL IN JAIL 'CEPT ME.
A white man stopped at the boot
black stand of "Major" a bow-legge'
colored man on Tarragona south of
the depot. No one was there b'ut a
customer whose shoes were being in-
dustriously "shined" by a tiny pica-
ninny who is said to be six years oJ',
but hardly looks four. In fact he is
so little that he had to tand up straight
to "shine" the shoes of the occupant
of the chair on its little platform.
"Where's everybody?" inquired the
the white man.
"All in jail 'cept me," was the mid-
get's brief, businesslike reply. "Have
a shine?"
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that dhe .return in the fall and
apend the Vinter In this city.
M'. iFrd taske, after a four months
lalt to his ftr and family, returned
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Mrs. M. Wilson returned Sunday
evening from Bluff Springs where she
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Mr. Peter LUndenstruth entertained
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day at "All Bay" were Mr. and Mrs.
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not entirely satisfied, notify us and
we will promptly refund your money. Mr. Eugene Smith arrived Sunday
Sold by all leading druggists, or mail to spend a week with his mother Mrs.
price 60 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, George R Smith and family, after a
prepared only by six months absence in Gul.fport.
NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris, Tenn. #


Isabel, and their guests Miss Eleanor
Marvin, Miss Isabelle Grant and Miss
Emily Whaley have returned *from


-Mr. Charles W. Dickinson of Para-
bold, Ark., who formerly resided in
this city, arrived Friday to spend sev-
eral weeks with his daughter Mrs. J.
H. Collins.


their outing at Bohemia where Mr.
and Mrs. Gonzales will remain for a Miss Clara and Miss Hilda Krehr
longer camping. of Tampa are visiting Mrs. Henry
:* Horsier. Miss Hilda is a violinist, a
Miss Bertha ischten's attractive pupil of her sister Miss Hulda Krehrl
guests Miss Reba Marstein of Annis- who is a gifted artist, having spent a!
ton, Ala., and Miss Kate Steiner of number of years una'er the best mas-
Montgomery, Ala.,; have gone home ters abroad.
after a jolly visit of several weeks.
Miss Louise Pfeiffer has cards out!
Miss Elsie Soott returned Sunday for an "at home." Friday night at 8
from a two weeks visit to Miss Hazel o'clock at her residence 123 West
Prather for the past two weeks. Government.
*
Mrs. Street and children of Hurps- Miss Maude Rendell, whose health
boro, Ala., left Saturday for home has been unsatisfactory -for several
after pleasant visits with her aunts, months, left Monday morning for the
Mrs. W. J. Acosta, Mrs. J. W. Gingles mountains of Virginia in the hope of
and Mrs: J. S. Roberts. improvement. Mr. Rendell accompa-
nied his daughter to Flomaton.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker and Miss Mae
Kinney of Jacksonville, who are visit.
Ing Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tippin were The "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is differ-
given a delightful trip on the bay FIT- ent from all other Flavors. The pro-
day. cess us use in making Blue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilla extracts gives them
Mr. L. S. Browp has returned from that delicious natural fruit flavor so,
New Hampshire where he left his fam- u. ch desired. Ask your grocer for
ily and Mrs. Henry T. Wright for the Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla.
summer. Takes less. Flavors perfectly.


Miss Lucile Howard left Saturday,
called unexpectedly to her home In
Antaugaville, Ala., before her delight-
ful visit to Miss Tannie Gingles was
complete, to the regret of her hostess
and numerous admirers.
,4
-Mr. Frank AndIrson, Sr., of Mem-
phis. Tenn., left yesterday for home
after a brief visit with Mrs. Frank An-
derson, Jr., on Bayou Grande, leaving
his son Carlin to pend the summer.
Little Miss Katie Lee Bryars left
yesterday on a visit to friends in Cen-
tury and Bluff Spring.
The many Pensacola friends of Mrs.
W. W. Varn w)l reret th t charming
lady's departute,*"MdaY7 morning to
spend some time with her mother in


JOHN McDAVID REPORTED
VERY ILL IN GEORGIA.
According to information received
yesterday by Henry Hyer, John Mc-
David is lying very ill at the home of
his daughter in Jakin, Ga.. where he
has been for some time. Mr. McDavid
has been in poor health for more than
a year and doubts are now entertain-
ed as to his recovery.

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
ccmes you will need it badly-you will
need it quickly. Buy it now. it may
save life. For sale by all druggists.


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THE FIRST OF THE FALL JACKETS.
The first cold days of autumn maker wrist to a smart cuff. Stitched strap-
one's thoughts turn to the question of pings are the only attempt at trim-
coats, and there is nothing that will ming and therefollow the severe aim-
;fill in so well and be diltable for so; plicity of the accepted tailor mode.
much general wear as a covert coat. The collar. with lapel- Is after the
,The one pictured shows the smart maani5s style, and the fastening is
.broad shoulder, the closer fit at tbo e4Ntelainvi*y under a fly down the
Swaist, and sleeve that is fashionably eputre frtt. Rows of machine stitch-
t ll at the top, tapering in at the ing aord a smart finish.
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u' A PROPERTY
FO SAL 8TEAMBOAT-Suitable
for freight and passeagera. 85 feat
IYU AUAV ILE XONEVN O, OR Ir LITTLE FOR SALE LOANS.
Y HAT ATampa, Fla., for photo and partic We have about $10,000 on and which
lars. 23jy2zw -T estate security in sus of $100.00 to $250.00
MONE NOT EARNING "' PLAIN TALK $65.00per month is obtained in rents o 1 to 200
GO TO TURTON tor all elsesa laa. from 11 houses. and the houses can be R AL ESTATE
0 Cameras taded a" loaded tree We want you t know and feel had for f4750.00. Figure this out, and REAL AT BA
of chrgs. BHe n ake bet photo. that any business entrusted to you will find that it will pay 14%.
U I10 t gras ia the asoth. 32 yesar a lead us will receive prompt attend. $2500.00 of this price can be carried at Block 16, New City tract, 20 lots at $350
or. 1Jaa. tion and have the utmost care. 8%. Block 163, New City tract, 20 lots, at $175
BI R SC US AT ONCE AND IB PTT TO South half of blocs 143, New City tract
BWn"r M US, AT ONCE AND LET US PUT IT TO POR SALE-At once, my patent- If You Want Other Bargains lots, at $1500.00.
qWORK FOR YOU. WE HAVE A LARGE NUMBER OF wright to manufacture and sell te Want BarainBlock 120, New City tract, overlooking Ba
BIAL ESTATE INVES1~TMIE THAT WILL NET YOU Model Mop. Pail and Wringer through to buy or sell property, rent or 3 houses, renting monthly A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now
AN INCOME OF MORE THAN THESE PRCEENTAGES, the entire btate of Florida. This is a lease dwellings, borrow or lend 18.00 ..................... 1600 00 street, at $2260.00.
SBESIDE AN INCREASE IN INIWIIC WORTH EACH good business for a hustler. Very ilL- money, secure a Fire, Life or -room cottage, East Hill Dwelling North Hill, near car line, $2250.(
IDAR ASK INC FOR PART IN INTR G AD TO ACH tie capital required. No experience Accident Insurance Policy, we (New) .................. 1500 00 Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregory street,
YEAR. ASKUS FOR PARTICUiA. GLAD TO AN- -with ver, little expenses and large undoubtedly can serve you well 3-room cottage E. Romana .. 850 00
6W ANY QUESTIONS. profits.Reason for selling good. If nd to your satisfaction, at he 4 houses renting monthly 0 00 DW ELLING
interested address Oeo. A. Vue~ovieh, same time save you time and $23.50....................1850 00
SPensacola. Fla53 y e Rear Park money. 10 lots, New City, overlooking Two-story Dwelling, North Baylen street,
.bayou .................... 1750 90 Two-story Dwelling, No. 211 West Cervan
PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for Our Methods 1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 0') modern conveniences, $30.00.
OftlS ola" -nnve'tm ent 1 sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship- Also renting property anbargains ca b
PenSacola Investm ent C oo -met. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla. are up-to-date and you will find For Rent
22jlylm* it a pleasure to deal with us. 10-room boue, Gadsdn .. $35 0
&* '* M rl CNY Our advice is trea. 10-room house, E. Gadsden ....$35 00
ALf t OEXCHANGE---160 acres in Roses coun-ice is fre Warehouse, Cushman's Alley .. 15 00 WW
W. L- IN~ESFe LLB. S.L UiS S$e Ky. ty, Ohio, for cut-over land. Near Pen- RENTS COLLECTED LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND IN;
J. L STULAJ, V.m Aid*-1. 1 01WII. nE ITremsure. sacola. Address J. L A., Journal
SL obai E s A mee o 120Ojlylw1 L. S. BROW N & Co MONEY LOANED. Cor. Palafox ad Garden Str
MOR SALE-Combination horse, 7
215 South PaIafx Stdet. P--a....b, Fie#4d. 8 years old, 16 hands, sound and gen- 200 Thelsen Bld'g
tle. Also registered 'r3ad mare. A 00TheSE Id' LESLIE E BROOKS a DAIL
EL E. Ha "inman, Century. Fla. 6jly "WE SELL LOTS" UESLIE L. A BIRCU [K[ P E NS
WAN WANE D WALLTINTS by experts; results 204 S. Palafox, Fisher Building U Po
Guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone PENSACOL
SANTFIV T buy an extra good milk WANTED-Lady or gentleman of fair 485. 12julylm ronrd ROOI s.
ow. c. :, Pensacola or on RR.I education to travel fto. frm of $250. FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine 9SOO S Trains l
- 1 .-'.,' Ca.sh G. W. Savi-T, 00, capital. Salary $1 72 per year, young mules, sound and In good ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightful o- rains leav
'!-Y E :-:. I-"a 21alylrm paIyable weekly. Expenses advance.t condition. Also one 24torse Stude- cation on bay shore; tIoatig, h-at Build you a house, I will give you Bayo B
Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola,' baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. nlg and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. 0. C. prices on material. P. 0. Box 288, vy
V. ANTED--Man with $200.00 or les Fla. 25jly2t DO YOV want to b r or se anything? Herman, at FishervHle. 3jun.lm. Phone 310. Joel Frater. Yard at Bay- 7:15am
r, .-tght manufacturing busi- len Street Wharf. 30junelm* :am a
N experience ruired; pro.d.s WANTED--A rst-ss cook at o little wat ad will bring wederfl PATIS ho want to h 12: a
pe r day. Ad- Willtfun.okt olne results. The cost Is too aigaPk P1
t, .; dollarsr s per day. Ad Mill Inn. on Dummy Line. Apply teams or anything elM o ta thU PIANO TUNING. r l f 3:50pm a
, Care this oIce. 12jly2w to Miss Lillie Taylor. 233t to delay ar. wUl And T Joral W t I am preprd to do tuning and re- a
WANTED-A cook. Apply 434 E. Za- FOR BALE-Home on Bayshor 0e. Ad a great hol9 pairing and guarantee satisfaction. 17 *8:10pm at
S-Any irl in need olightfully located four-room cottage years' practical experience in tha rho p ]xire *Saturday
V. XNTEI).-Any girl In need of trtemdl-ragossa. 23jlylw* at Magnolia Blu a4Joining RailroaT eAT I ,O 9 might a a dlr. south. J. Conrad Scott 244 .Greg-
-..ip. belp. advice. etc., will ad- e Magnola BlA adoaag Railroad BAY HOTL-Ope nlht and day. south. J. Conrad Scott, 244 E. Greg- Exp o py Trins lea
-. and willing assistance by ap- WANTL D-Aents for a small quick enclosure. Apply to A. M. MeMllan. Bropeun plan. Rooms light aad ory street, Pensacola. 25Junelm* reeiovea forwards freight,
c ,, :he Matron of the Salvation h whol.el. article needne in every 21rllar en-d. Translent trade collfsd, 7S money, ad valuables of all dMecri. 8:am
ReceH ome, 33- tande a "Quick Seller," Care Journal Of FOR SALE-One Choice block on top 579 bouth Palafo.o Joe. 8. NI olau REGUAR MAIL LIN-g co%. Mt on to all parts of the counr 1 m
23jlw* railway, between 7th and 8th street Vs. c Oh way i Prom ubple l. t with conectos f pm
'TE-The Merchants Traser WANTED---A good nurse to stay on Nature has favored this section and it head. Address J. M. T Chpl ey. eo, Havana ba, European points *9:pm
\ nTED.-oThe Merchants Tasfe the place. Call 701 N. Palatox.1 cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubb LOST M.l4mch et. U
v ants your moving and beating. ]Ms. 24mo.
\-Pakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- 21jy CHICKEN WHEAT produces egsaL The Southern Expres ComSan
: rop. Phone 978. 18nelm. YOUNG Makes owls especially well lavore OST-A white bull dog, with whi.e REAL ETATL Electric (
logue e MElain-Our llutrated cata- The cheapest food to be ton&d F. spot in right eye.. Reward for re- BAL STATE In all parts of ey. operates on 80,000 mIles of $" every hour
TED-To by for cash, a few trade in few wMellen & Co.. Pboe Io turn to 523 South Palafox, St. 22jlylw l ay the sgro d and w class routes, and in eo it nclusve, a
.s American National Bank Barber College, New Orleans, La. FOR SALE-At a sacrflce, turalture LOST-A pair of gold-bowed, rimless beaud Ha oue lo tme the Adarm i Exp s Comapany, o ensacoa
State price. Address J L.J, ylm *. store, stock and accounts. CiL l at eyeglasses, in a black Morocco caie, f throughroon
W.*ournal. 13in 4 un238-140 L. Intendemela. Sias on Thursday afternoon, between the cars and through eeo of
WANTED._-AMts in different ooun- FOR SAL-lo-r.oom hone, cor10er Old Mill Inn and the County Club. TAILORING-B. L. Diamond, Tailor. as i r exceptions
TED-Yoar electric work of aU tie a Florta to handle Alpine Safe I lot, 3 blocks from Palafo. lot tU Finder will be libqally rewarded by Gst's cloths el ed, passed and form au nifled 5ri, eoMt.tttng turning, leai
SLet us clean your fsaa, re- and k 0 re and Brglar Proo 192 on car aime. For partctilar returning same to arry E. Graham, repaired o ice. No 11 the large system of te kind a.m., and t
your y namo. do your wtratng.st -mSafe. and Vaust Ftrt o p every, qinre of Standard ClothIum 0 Court House Annex. 22jly3t West Gvormenut St, P acothe worlds, Big Bayou a
nc _. P-rsaeol;a lectrtc Co. description. Write me for terms. 29 Jan. 1 The above
u teencia a Baylen streets. Scarritt Moreno, Pensacoa, Fla., Flor- I)ST-Wednesday morning goinMoney Orders are old a which wi b
s a aelm. Ida State Agent. 28june. from Escambia Hotel to navy yard, FOR ONE DOLLAR AND PirrY agencies of the Boutheru Expres 78etric 9
Money to L an. via 8:15 boat, wall containing sum; CENTS per head, we wl hal Com. 12, 18:50. 9:
o -i '\Sso) & CO r.etved another Any tIntelligent perm. may earn a of money and papet of value to m4, ea horses, cows, ec. LedA2 & o 8ompany B 9 and 100
f:. ;=, i.- ,f : a; u pure olive oil, good Income corresponding for news- MONEY TO LND-Oa goon real so. only. Liberal reward for return to, a U ors at lteOdena. Herr *i pt in given d aoy the ag Ba
, ... :. half gallons apers; no canvassing; experience tate security, or on good collateral, lotel. 21flylw* to a. eS ed iU oter is loot. turned fro
.,r car:.- unnecessary. Send for particulars. at lowest rates. Leslle B. Bo _ot 1______ I e -o o e elost, t u Beac wll
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport. Fisher buildiag. Lanu SAILMAKER. ill t- 1e wy to sd a m
WANTED- he pNp;e of Pensacola N. Y- 13june3m AMONY O a e ,-. -- I RT.. P]ORTE, *lmaker1, 1 m Ili ll a aib riun to Pens
*a. reL. orr e:.g. Let The Journal ____ k i"a eo personal property. parable w.-aftlatma street. Orders taken r from Fort B
Want Ads s.iv -he problem for yo eekly or uty. Whea ys nee tents, awnings, camp stools and house For sale at Main Offce, 1 West The stean
h, are expe- detectives. and can F aores l money. se me. J. AL Wie w Bel RAib o n coe, etc. Prices r**unable l1ja Government. Branch offices, J. B. present, but
:.. he man you are looking for it Gouveriseat utee, SaUsb burllda Roberts b& Co., Corner Hayne and car schedule
S: ilud a the 25.000 or 0.00 FOR SALE---New ingr Sewing M- deWright streets, Ja. Hanse & Co., on with t.
; vc,-h;ca makes the population o( chine. Cheap. 14 N. Spring St. MON o D o good B ottle B ee Cor. Alcanis and Gadaden streets J. E.
a la. I23jlylw* MtateN Wacurit I gan y realSHBeaF R Williams, corner Jackson and DeVil-
-'z, securia. 3ll tats M ctWf ln ea t lier streets, Hannah Bros. drug store, p ia t
WANTh--Hau;ng and traai t olR SALE CHiEAP-Mythree-yea Bae D I. has 0 lL &'OR RENT-House near Saunders White & Co., drug store Hargis Phar
k Offe phone 363. Reside old Berkshire er ar, Duke if no Mill to family without children, who macy, rug store, B. M. Solomon's rea-
-. .e 30. Acosta & White Florida.. N 3o. ,13. Al. some fine MONEY LOAND kinds of pet Sold ct where will take three boarders. Call at Jor-. taurant, Merchants Hotel.
T, a-.gona& 22-28N. young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, all monsi property on shoft note, dan's store, opposite mili. 25Jlylw* Kb W. FOWLER,
a.-geona. ch registered and transferred. Carl Set- Terms esy. W. Buls rdL a tore upstairs e STEA
,-T -O= *fr Joor s... S A. .F edm an window. Apply at 34S. o.
epecal Pensacola and Puama Canal WOR SAL&-Prefh better, cream, 19JMlylmDuWlb
Ed.uotla, which will shortly appmr. sweet milk, and buttermilk, de- e alMD kinot O KaF torJoan. OWholRRNTTwDistveb-tror.om
Wil, -o(tatn half-tone pictures of city, slivered at any time of day. No. 40 S nfta 1rO.f b "&a lO F OR RENT--Twelve-room dwelling
..a.o ad special scenes. 15 cents E Belmont street. Phone 907. 7jlylm* las te N e e as pe as j crLineader ins Co mer laneand Wright. SeuWtia Ot Of
L~ o-er.sataJoul -o'ce. loam.T No-w Leftc. we cadcr mf Importdor board house. Apply W. .eAata 1 Ouf PENoCOc
- --- FOR SALB-Second-hand cash regis 31thpua sf Lifho field. 12july COLA, Ca
a akmOufcseh oro tiae. Areal nCn ,' a PHONE 17. FOR RENT-New fve-room cottage OLD PAPERS ,DRE
A .L sipmente eol ted. Write be seen at JaSse McHngh'sa mS 40 2 8 PALAFOX ST. Ne. 31 SOUTH PALAFOX *T. on car line, corner Ith street and And Ca pr
S elea f C ..0.archT O ... WODYRca. NWaTOy TO LOAN ON DIAMONMD. PENACOLA. FLA. 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo Fr I earral
-- THE WEST RHIL WOOD YARD cas Watce, Chala. Raiing aad all kade gallery. 12july JOr aSe.
a1 BINGIAM wants your moving suppay yes with stove wood, blocks 5t collatelul security at lowest rate of FOR RZNT.- o o d -eave Pen
and tauling. He guaratees all break- at wod, pinto or Baala a nodoeeo FOR RBNT.-Lower floor of desirable m., for Mobi
Pone kindling. Rg phone 1058. C. eGIVE YOUR HAULING TO resdees on44Nor e1,unfurniuh- Leave Pen
U F NTU Ho Willias, proprietor, r. G St., sad m ed. Address 444, care oual.P AA M A ica, S.
,.Articles. Jewelry .ad may _ale E fil I OTe, oS ,lo,.
.. ticle wanted. We pay cash FOR SAI.-I m Florida State Agent Neither the Captain, Own. FT Tcped by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 11A For additio
S-: Address P. 0 Box 353. City. for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and ers nor Consignees of the OF EVERY PEP. LaRua strLeet ADpply to R. . Car, T
d* Vauk Fixtures of all descripUtion Br s Homiewod will be reMU G R43 S. Palafox street Bime CLEANED, BLEACHED AND R. COBB,
manufactured by Alpine Bafe an1 sponsible for debts contract-. BLOCKD at the Ge rt
.ENTAL BUSINESS is oar Lock Company of Cinlcinnati, Ohio. ed by the Crew of said vessel. SPECIAL ATTENTION VEN T FO ENT-Twentyroom ouse, CO O B' pa
-' .y and your busaaes will Communicate with im.tr prices and H. C. JORGENSEN, BAGGAGE DAY OR NIQHT. ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. GOLDEN RULEI MIL-
hN rarofuj attention. D. Hale Wil- terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- Captain. Saltable for boarding house. Apl IYPL
C ritt Moreno, PDBssola, Fin. JOHN A. MERRITT & CO., PHONE 973. Sto Mrs. bl Meb o, 16 hEast e rrA-
2SJune. Consignee. P.O. BOX 6. T; goes. 26mt 32 W. Government St. ,
L contract aa s r


Y SCHEDULE
r Steam Division
A ELECTRIC TERMINAIr
RAILWAY CO.
le Pensacola for the Little
ig Bayou, Warringtoa,
Yard. and Fort
Barrancas at-
r Ft. Barrancas 7:35am
r Ft Barrancas 10: 30am
r Ft. Barrancas 1:30pro
r Ft. Barrancas 4:30pa
r Ft. Barrancas 7:00pia
SFt. Barrancas *8:50pia
s only.
ve Fort Barrancas for,
Pensacola at-
ar Pensacola 3:40pm
ar Pensacola 11: 40an
ar Pensacola 2:4up0
ar Pensacola 5:55pm
ar Pensacola 7:45p
ar Pensacola 9:45pos
IDAY SCHEDULE
car will leave Pensaco!a
from 6 r m. to 10 p. m.
id Saturday night only at
4d leave Bib Bayou for
Very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
until 10:30 p. m., with tae
the first car leaving Pen-
a. Im., which will, on re-
re the Big Bayou at 6:20
he V. mi. car will leave
.t 2:40 p. m.
is the week day sckedaul
egin Friday, April 15.
sr will leave Pensacola at
50, 10:50. 11:50, a. m. and
2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:50.
p. m., running throug'a to
,ou, and immediately re-
n Big Bayou to Palmetto
await arrival of steam
Pe usacola and will then
acola ahead of the traij
Barrancas.
h trains will run as at
will observe this eleetre
and will work io conaee.


m, St. LAdro.s a
Steamscp C.o
WER TARPON
BARROW, Master.
S PASSENGER AND
EIGHT SERVICE
-Between-
0, MOBILE, APALACHI.
kRRABELLE, ST. AN.
WS, MILLVILLLE
ts on St. Andrewe Bay1
Ie and APalachic4e.
SCHEDULE
msacola Sunday, 8:30 p.
le, Ala.
sacola, Tuesday, 8:30 a.
Andiews, Millville, ApV
rrabelle and lntermediat
Dnal information apply ij
J. R. SAUNDERg,
and Pass. ASt.
asaeola, la.


-- 'ors. Fine varnishing
Sign painting a spe-
ce phone 249. 17my.
SWANTED-Young lady NORTH
ion as rtenographer.
country town. Com- Ar
n figures. References. for Rent
"' care JoarnaL Sjlylm*
North Hill residence, 10 rooms.$S5.00
....-- 715 North Bayuen .............. 40A
0----- 3 04 North Sprin .............. FA .
M. WILLIAMS, House **ar Perdide Wharf .... 20.00
CON'RACTOR AND BUILDER. I w1 West Eonna .............. 20.00
-- ',s:.aham building, a 34 East S1tron ............... 17.50 A Ni
"" .a Business CollegIe 4 East Chase ................. 15.00
-* r': tion always gives | M Wet Main ................ 15.00
S s PAMaeoa, a. 421 East GOverwemnt ...........11.0
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se low ratesas this will be th Arne and BurgessNi to W. J.Shv-E. Berger, W. R. Fuller and F. L. cers are going to have a strict en PENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMER. Suthbou No. 1
last cheap excursion t3 these points er, S% lot 3, sub-division lots 7 and 8, Wing. forcement of the law in the premises. ICA, AND LOCAL UNION 469, PAINT- No.
this season. Se. 14. Tp. 2 S. R. 3 0 W., $152.50. A, AND LOCAL UNION 469 PAINT No.
Committee-Robt. King and Martin Buress x to W H. White, N% Ther will e a deleton here fro CHOLERA INFANTUM ERS AND DECORATORS AND PA- Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry).... 12:20a.m 7:50
Patterso Milton. For further infor- lot 3. subdvision lots 7 and 8, Se. the officers and theSupemeto resident Chll d Not Exped to Live f PER HANGERS OF AMER L Mcon (C.oGa. R.) 3:45a.m 11:35
Hayne St. K rem WL HAVE A AMEcuthbeE.. ........75a N 4 0
ation.pply to Robt. King, 722 N.14 Tp. 2 S.R. 30 W., $1.00 and other Hon.Bridges Smith mayor of Macon, One Hour to Another, but Cured by AT TWILL HAVE A BUSINESS A T Lv Arlington .. ..a.
coPensideracola Inves pt Co. to Everett tionswill preside. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and AT T H E I R HEADQUARTERS, Lv Bainbridge.. .. .. ...11:00a.m 655p
SPensacola In. est SEt Co. to EverettDiarrhoea RemedROO NO. 1, OLD ARMORY BUILD- Ar Tallanassee...........12:55p.m 8:40p
C. Toi liVwo N.% 6f SE%, Sec. 38, Diarrhoea Remedy. ING, TO RECEIVE REQUESTS -
ELE C CTRIC AR I RTp. 1 N.1t. 31 W. 9600.00. Ruth, the little daughter of R. N. FROM PARTIES WISHING WORK Ly Tallahassee (S. A. L Ry) 1:53p.m 4:00
Same to li J. L lison, NEI of t Dewey, of Agnewvllle, Va., was ser- DONE IN EITHER OP THESE Ar Jack'ville, (. A L Ry.) 7:4Op. 10:50s
a Sec. 38, Tp. W N. R. 1 W.k $1400.00. onsly ill of cholera infantum lastsnum. LINES, AND WILL BE GLAD TO Lv Tallahassee.. ....... 2:00p.m 8:00a
R. P. Reese to Walter M. Mackey, "" Gulf mner. "We gave her up and did not FURNISH MEN TO DO IT AT 8 Lv Sochoppy..........3:14p.m 10:00
lots 11 to 15, block 116, New City, expect her to live from one hour to HOURS PER DAY AT THE SCALE Lv Lanark............ 3:45p.m 10:45i
TUESDAY 1000.00 and other considerations. Byle and JtteiieCa. another," he says. "I ha opened to OF WAGES FORMERLY RECEIVED Lv Carrabelle............ 4:00p.
Y J W. H. Smith to W. S. Finch, 8 think of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera BY THEM. Ar Apalachicola.......... 7:00p.m
44-100 acre In NW% of Sec. 2. Tp. I1 i d and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bot- L. REDENBACK,
acr n L N. R. 31 W., $1000.N W s tie of it from the store. In five hours 23jurllw Preo. Local No. 74. Northbound
Richard Smith to Isaiah Spears, lots MEATS AND VEGETAOLES, POUL I saw a change for the better. We No. 2 N
21 and 3 ?block 2S, West King, $350. TRY AND GAME. 1 OEAON. kept on giving it and before she had No*" &S01_.WoW_, Lv Apalachicola.... ...... 6:30a.m
B N CON ERT John E. Ware and Brmestine, Kath. taken the half of one small bottle she 1 Lv Crrabelle 11:
BAND CONCERTleen. Wyett and Walter Golson by FREE DEL*ERY. was well." This remedy is for sale TERSELY TOLD L Lanark,. -- ...-. 11:a.m 2:0p.
Guardian to M. Mulden, 105 ft on N. by all druggists. BUSINESS LOCALS. Lv Sopchoy.. -.. 1.2:16.m 3:14p.
DM Side of Chase St. by 96 ft. on W. s.de PHIL JONES, MANAGER Y Ar UTallahas .... 1:EP.m :p
o... NCE... of Reus St. 1400-.. -YOUNG COUPLE SURPRISED "* -W--86 y.. 0p.i- :00m
C. C. Yonge. trustee to Pensacola la- PHONE W5. FRIENDS BY MARRYING. --- Lv Jackv R.).. 9:0.m 4:00
--- vestment Co., lots 11 to 15, block 373,- Henarix & Carpenter will furnish A$ Illame,(S.A.LRy.).. 3:10p.m 10:001
New City, 100.0t. -- Mr. Francis 0. Gassman and Miss estimates on building and painting Lv Tallahawsee..... 3:25p.m 6:35a.
i b Chf s Bandt o ateJ.bIJeanette Williams surprised their a~ give personal attention to work. Lv Bainbrid-g.. ...... 5:Z5p.m :a
music bY Chaffer's Band. l s n blo 8, H ast Kine Jco apy friends in Pensacola Senday af- 32 B. Strong, and 824 East R Ar Arlington.... ...... 7:25p.m 10:16a
$os00.0 and 1 nseat3ion ternoon by quietly proceeding to Mil- street. Lv Cathbert,4. o GaI. -) ... 8:43p.ra 11:55a
S- ndOther Seros.ton and becoming man and wife. Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. y.).. 4:1 4:35
Woodmn Cire, Oak G*ve. No. 4 Only a few intimate friends and rela- McKinsle Oertng & Co., wholesale Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7 35a.m 4:355
Be at the Park Tuesday night and A meeting of I portace to every tires were aware of the fact that they sa retail ship chandlers and grocers, NOTICEt:-falas l 7:5
eajoy yourself You may discover that member bf t e to every intended getting married, and t wa the only first-class house of t1he kind f Sh tl *S wll dar
" Vs lBand can play some. Their afteroon, Jy 2-t. 4 ,L K. o .P not until their return home b ay In Peneasacola. Fair prices to all. yu,5a. ,Smbu"ao.
pe Isty the latest right up-to-date halL A .tI attoeftaee of all mern- ght that it became geneilly -known. -- ,M Sun
and ost plpmlar dance music. bers is esostlT y Both the young couple are well Why use Laferior paper, when you -y Cal.ahn e Com
1Twears will run to give the futllest ARS. IOL BN known and liked In the city. and tairm Ws b ely" Boad' french Dm ya w MW L M
-e mod1~mn a to all. Round trip, 10 MI W. A. G-uardi s any friends ste ed them Wry or Craines Bond at a V.
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10M FERS F IYBrs. Netherton, 148, --i
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Th Is a mighty J l rmh t. row Pecine, Its s. Sar anovic, 143 K now les Bi
Ia e r J ul 2 fu r s f th ewe k e-. B r o w no o _y0" ". I -, So i h 6,Ia
iatarMe n'.Bus' ,for cop n: gtMdoW:cc f orVenie and Messina, with 2,400 Firet .L
p dell, lots 4 to 10, block 201, New City. m-'- t tin tit him to_ a Spanss B"stina, 1983, forar
tor very exceptional qual Ies $1.- 00 AMmuis. Wt m aWa w'I a u buy "Red adS board ans, Bustin.a19 1 for
when the Suits are properly Stewrt f i to John N. Day, 30 Sar W t 4ad and square bales cotton.
.. la I the r place t ft. fron t by 160 ft. In depth, 1 ft. iuW IS al ea an Li ep o wt
are made of all wool bric. e Tractc .00t .1 Wth No pit t VE Th I I nI P n r
of h an done dn-deweW.2101ft. lot 6 aud-I L Ift.lot 7, block: An". M. ArY.I Brantlugham, Br as, Flause, 1686, The
by hand. The inside work is 8 Donelon Tract$100.00 and other A APalmas to Fr. J. Schreyer.
done just about twice as well conldertiUos. The Savannah Cotton Trade Joual Cartha, Br ss Johnson, 541, Ba- as a lower death rat tower
as the ordinary fifteen dollar R. J., Walter Z., and Mary E. contains the following for the past aEl na oBrpso Nieln, r2, Pom.roO r rate than 5n7 copanI
Churchill to Frances L. Churchill, lot week: T0*, ..to J A. Merritt & Co. t l be eady for you t
salte. This means that you can 11 and W. 17 ft., lot 12, block 11, Bel. Taoe turpentine market ruled m U PE T LLS iswick Park, Br as, Mills, 2208,
safely pay this price at the mont Tract, 1.00. the early part of the we, but latterly UM* Vera Cruz to F. 0. Howe & Co.
O id -Relible." and get a Suit Co. secU 21 Tp. 5N. R 31 W., $1.00 The early demandseems tohave b MCMillan BrOS. Co. Godw Boo 2313 ati w ,,ma
tht will be shapely as long and other considerations. supplied, and after this the market Manufacturers, Inchmoor, Br ss, Curtis, 3078, New-
It is wrn. Guaranteed Davisto W Carter anddrpped into lethargy, from which t ILE ALABAMA castle to Gulf Transit Co.
wt i orn.Auarantee a" IC 45ft."ohtby125fthOBILM Pecine, Aust ss. Sarijanovich, 1463,
indepth, 75 ft. N. f SE corner block ing. Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. ----- --
8, West Ki N$100.00 of cAdvices from the county are that Romola, Br as, Presant, 1380, HueitR
.I h 8. W n,1.0A, 00. ;work has progressed well. Tempera- A u to Master.
mW. A Dunham & Co. to W. A. Dun- tures have been calculated to cause a V S M Sicania, Ital s, Blanchi 2928, GenoIa
ham n J ars t20 and 8. 2 liberal flow of gum. Labor is report- to Gulf Transit Co. ( O n W ks and
I Inches, block 35, Water front, $12,-- ed in plentiful supply, and operators WTelesfora, Span as Bengoa, 291' d
have gotten along Wl., with their Naval Stores Maiket. Terpsolrto Pansi ben 29. Manufacturers and Repairer
JVoV W i t A. A. PlA. ler to B. F. Wolfe, lots 20 work. Savannah, Ga., July 24.-The naval Vivinia, Span as, 1983, Bustinza, MACHINERY AND I
titter to Men and Boy to 22, block 99, East King, Belmont Rosins ruled firm, iith the demand stores market closed to-day as fol Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAM
dNo. $1.00 and other considerations. satisfactory. All grades seemed to be lows: Wanderer, Br as, Hunte., 2666, PAIRS A
205207 S. Palafox. Same to J. N. Day, lot 392. Old City in request, though not urgently. On the W .........................4 75 Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co. Prompt attention gientoall ord
21.00 and other considerations. average the offerings were well taken, WG......................... 4 65 r p t o ie a d
Phone 25$1-00 and other consideration'.and the week closes with an absence N....................... 4 35 or ames cay o.s e r
KWm.. Fisher's Executors to Lelia of complaint in any quarter.. M ..M........................ 4 20 DeGrogori Globatta, Ital bk, Fer- Chains of all descriptions.
Kinsey, lot 8, block 38, Dallas Tract, Naval Stores Movement. IK ......................... 410 rari 1294, Buenos Ayres to Yellow Ohone 1 ~
J75.00. Turpentine-The receipts of turpen- H ........................... 4 05 Pine Lumber Co. Re Phone 1029.
Jay M. Golson to J. M Muldon, 105 tine the week ending.July 21, were H ..........................4 00 Hudson, Nor bk, Knuden, 771, Lo- ll ll
ft. on N. side of Chase St., by 96 ft. 5,150, against 5,835 last year, and 4,93G ............................3 90 don to order.
CATAINW. side of Rens L, $1.00 and other two years ago. The exports were-.F .......................... 3 85 Ital bk Due Cing un, Oliva, 125
considerations. 7,303, against 1,638 last year, andD ... ................... 3 70 from Genoa, to Rosasco Bros.
S-J. Grosskopf to Lewis and M. 1,14 two years ao. ............... 3 60 agellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Ro O FO
Elizabeth Wiselogel, lot 8, E. 10 ft., The receipts for this season are 90 pCits .............. t ........... 3 45 Janelro to Southern States Lumber
lot 7 and W. 10 ft., lot 9, block 29, 098, against 79,285 last year, and 84,.- TP rotos. O.ea, Po, oo, 1123, G E O W P R Y O F
LAUNCHES New City, 91400.00. 978 two years ago. The exports for Wal. Street Stocks Orleans to H. Baars & to. 12N
John A. Welst to Job a R. Bradley, this season are 65,986, against 63,015 New York, July 24.-rThe opening Thomas, tal bk, Garro, 808, to L IS TGE ORIGINAL CITr-RICE 61
Jr., lot 6, West Century, $40.00. last year, and 72,454 two years ago. te-dency was towards recovery froni m Ca.Ieo.
CUPID, RO NANCY AND E. nman to Charles n The receipts of roins the Saturday's depression, although there hOner6s e av that others
EDNA 8., mond. % of NW of Sec. 20, Tp. 5 ast week were. 13,723, against 13.918 were few small gains prevalent. Col- Harry W. Lewis, Br seb 279, Matan. everything
N R. 31 W., $32.00. T e rts er 12 two Yea" go" orado Fuel rose a point and Reading sas to J. A. Merritt &Co. that the other l an don't have,
S. C. Hitte to A. M2. McMillan, trus-The exports were 12,421 7, aainso a large fraction, and other leading Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal- *
can be charter by the hour day or tee, lo 12 and 13, ec. 48, 1 R last year, and 8421 two years o. stocks from to There was a timore to master. Standard Granulated Sugar, 16 pounds for..
week. Terms, rossonable 30 W., $1.00 and her considerations. The receipts for thisl season are drop of 1% in Consolidated Gas. Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt 5 gallons Pure Georgia Cane Syrup......
30 W., $1.00 and other considerations.! 219,323 afalnst 201,181 last year, and 10 gallon keg Georgia Cane Syrup
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten- Will Hardy to Lula Hardy, lot 1 l 174,479 two years ago. The exports New Olan Cotton Futures. 53, New York to order. orida Syrn per gallon ...........
ails furnished if desired. SW % of NW4 and N. of SW%14 for this season are 16S,958, against New Orleans, July 24.-The cotton Ships. Best Patent Four 98 pound bag ........
PHONE 204. Sec. 8, Tp. 5 N. R. 30 W.,$2 .00. 188,094 last year, and 253,572 two wrarket opened Steady. July 10.90; Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu- Pure Sugar Cured Sweet Hams, per pound .
Benjamin Hilton to J. Whiting years ago. August 10.87 bid'; September 10.89; ner, 1170, Liverpool to master. 12 cans Magnolia Milk........ ......
Hyer, blocks 170, 219, 222, and 34, W. October 10.93 bid; November 10.92 velymtion, Rus ship, Aylr, 1882, St Tennessee Butter, 10 pounds ..........
SEPT. SEM IE EIM IS King Tract. Blocks 112 ad 114, E T IN TIT bid; December 11.02011.03; January Navalre to master. Creamery Butter, per pound ...........
King Tract, $1.00 and othbr consider- O IST I1UTL 11.09; February-;, March 11.22. Tomatoes, 2 pound Cans, per dozen......
OWNER. nations. - THE BRAIN OF MAN. One dozen Cans Corn.. ............
J. W. Hyer to F. W. T lor, lots 9 LODGE O B AV RS Nw Y6rk Cott Market. TbE ,
and 10, ia block 65, West KIng Tract,, VNew York, Juf~ 241-The cotton a rteery That it eers* The ar ed ro ca pr
$100.00. f market opened strong at an advance Made Are Never Efaeed. or pbone yOUr Ord
U CH STEPHE W R. Johnson, Annie J. and B. D. of 1@20 points and shortly afterward The brain of mankind has been de.-
Beers, Emma B. and L. W. Morse, Nel- WORK PROGRESSING AND "DAM" showed a net gas of about 20@27 fined as a kind of phonographic cylin- W
lie F. and A. C. Bruce to Margaret I. WILL SOON BE ORGANIZED points on bull support and covering by der, which retains impressions made 127, 129, 131, 133 East Govrnme
SrJohnson, ot 15, block West Kin4 IN PENSACOLA. smaller shorts as a result of higher upon it through the medium of the Telephon.e-Produce Dept., 29. C
K. Tract, l ot 8, block .15, e tKintlo cables, reports of 1eavy rains In some senses, particularly through the eyes ') -0 0e: _
12 tol14 and E. 1 ft. of W 1- Ift, lot 27, sections of the beft and a bullish con-ad r Itseu my u
block 58, Belmont Numbering, $1.00. The building of dams is the chief ditioh report. There was selling by and ears. If this be true memory must
Open to charter by private parties Margari I. Johnson, Kma B. and occupation of a Beaver and with spot hoses and th month on advance defend for its tensityor ren John Masey Jackson Brndon
Openetocharterbypricatenpaai d later the market reacted 4 to 5 qualities upon the degree of observa-John
for fishing trips, bathing, or other L. W. Morse, Nellie F. and A. C. Bruce the next few weeks this will, in all points from the bt, but acted ner- to 5 n with which the ree ord sade. P
summer recreation. Annie J. ad B. D. Beers to Ada probability, be a "dam" city. ousl duringfrm the boring pending Nor is this all. If memory 's Pa la ,trid
Johnso* W. 10 ft of E. 3C ft, lots 1 to The noted social order known as the tailed reports of tke heavy rains from kept in the shape of indentations upon ELECTRICAL CONTRAI
5, block 58, Belmonat Tract, $1.00. Beavers is about to establish a home the southwest. the folds of brain matter, are ey ever ALL WORK GUARAN
formerly ship's boat for Spanish Wmin R. and Margaret I. Johnson, here by instituting a subordinate the the folds of brain matter, are ey ever
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's Annie 'J ad B. D. Beers, mma B' lodge. The Beavers is a fraternal be- Cured Br Disease. etirely effaced? In other ieurds, do Baylen Sta.
prize captures. and L. W. Morse, and Nellie F. and nevolent order with an elaborate. so' C. i R we ever really forget anything? May it No Job to big or small for us We d<
A C. Bruce to Marjorie J. Beers, blk.I cial side, it is non-political, non Lawrence Co., N. Y ot be that in the inner depths of the city and alo outside the city.
95& West King tract, $1 00 tarian and has no insurance features. Lake-ence Co. writes: had brain memory has stored up recollec-
Has full canopy and is most com.- Win. R. and Margaret I. Johnson The Beavers teach the brotherhood had been trdiseated bfory physicians tons of things which are never again l l li llIII II
portable boat in the bay. and Annie J. and B. D. Peers and Em- oman though man's humanity t twelve years; had taken a well known purposely turned to perhaps, but which
ma B. and L. W. Morse to Nellie F. I man and mingled with t solemn o kidney melcine and otiler remedies instantly sprig into being and flash
Bruce, lots 6 to 10 in block 58, Bel-ligations and charges there is much that were recommended but got no through the mind whenever we hear or
MAX KLEIN, OWNER. mont Tract, and part lots 9 and 10, olesome amusement. One hund relief until I bean usin Foley's Kid- see something which recalls them? A AL
NEREast King Tract, Belmon No., $1.00. applications are necessary to secure a ney Cure. The first half bottle r.- There are several well known men- W
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. Win. R. Johnson, Annie J. and B. D.. charter and the organizers, Messrs. lived me and four bottles have cured tal phenomena which strengthen this for hours during the day when i


GRAND EXCURSION son lots '13and 14 in bock 3 sEt e and tey hope to have th charter t te minus d night, and llfe ad ere re ca, record A Ga Range Burns nly h
GRAND EXCURSION Ki T~act andlots 2S to 24 bioc 9lst complete in the next two weeks, r.^ed a brick-dU ; substance, and where Germmas, French, Spaniards and 5 A
B- 'oK n Tract 100 It is gently hinted that it la an ad- sometimes a slimy substance. 1 be- others who, upon falling sick in this "-
To Marianna and River Junction G. J. Morgan to H. Spears, lot 3 vantage to be a charter member as lieve I would have died if I had net country scores of years after having for cooking and insures a cool
Saturday Aug. th, 1905 block 110 Est Ki and most of them will be immune from 'the; taken Foley's Kidney Cure." W. A. entirely forgotten their native lan- w a Gas Range and a Gas Water
nosideturday, Aug. 5th, 1ra05. block 110, st King, $20.00 and other initiatory work and it is eald the D'Alemberte. druggtst and apothecary, guages, recovered and used them upon them.
^W. C.. Mackey to A. J Mackey, NE Beavers's initiation to a "warm prop- ARR FOR BRYING their deathbeds. There is a theory that
oC. ck. f NW% of Sec. 14, Tp. 1N. R. 30 onn AR ET FOR YN all such cases the brain folds have ,=-
W., $0.0. i Jacksonville has recently been ian- DECAYED FISH AND REFUSE. relaxed, just as do the muscles and
A. M. McMillan, trus'ee to Kate G. I ti t 1 e b a nd the cords of the Ilmbs and body, and that P ESEOA
SU D 0Hitte, lots 12. and 13, Sec. 48, Tp 1 S. prominent people of that city, such as ed a Greek who runs a restaurant and by so doing they expose to the mind's
leaving Union Depot on regular R. 30 W. $1.00 and other considera Messrs. J. J. Nunes, A D. Covington, fruit stand near the union depot on monitor Indentations (recollections) 27 East Garden Street
passenger t rain at 6 a. Tickets tions. P. L. Sutherland. Geo. M. Nolan, W. the charge of burying decayed fish and which were long since folded up and Sa
Sener to rauin nt T ey rgu pasr n J M culdo, P Ptao Kn al C West, R. E. McNeUl, A. Champ- other decaying refuse in his back put away as material that could not be ~J 111,1i'v11111u111,1-11w11 lllllllIlt l lit:,.
enger train until T y t, and J. M. Muldon, P. Palao Tract, l A. F. Perry, M. getting, Jas. yard. The Greek at first denied the of any particular use.
ro P re to Marip. $2.0 H. Acree W. A. Redding, F. J. Hyde, charge, but the officer procured a
F -m Pensaola too Maanna $2.50 J-l trot 8 d blCo Geo. H. Herring and ubany other of spade and investigated' for himself to the ruoi Ic
From Pensacola to River Junc- 2-20 interest lots 18 and 19, block equal importance. In the charter list finding the refuse buried about eight N tlce to the Publicr
tion .......................$2.50 26, lots 1.2, 21 to 23, block 44, lots 8 of Tampa appear such well known inches beneath the surface. UOIIC5 Oarrakb!ilb, T*ulniHu a ind -e
From Milton same as Pensacola. to 10 and 11 and 19 to 22, block 43, men as W. A. Gallarge;- W. B. Gray, Such a thing is a serious offense,
Purchase ticket at ticket office. ,Water Front, $1.00 and other consid- Dr. W. W. DeHart D K. Gounb L particularly at this time of the year. Schedule Taking Effect Ma


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