The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00781
 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00781
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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mte.n Foci of lieati. 165 W ill Represent Russia at the U Elected in e Yog rfkBol fi
Cases and 42 haths Washington Peace Conference UUUIILIIi III. Yesterday.

oa F piF MIi Train Was Thwn hm Trck b l l lIl L POSITION OF CH-AIRMAN WILL BE Wife of Section Forema
IAWORK Of CLEANING Spreading of the Rlls in Treated by an AUnk
*~ ;ng Carrie 0n B mBIG SAVING EFFECTED BY RE-
of Citizens. T JO WERE INJURED Tom Wilson Wi0Made His Escape TRENCHMENT. COUNTRY EX

STR NGEN RESOLUTIONS ADOPT- From an Officer, Arested By Aociated Press.
E.D REGAPING FRUIT SHIPS. Yardmaster's Skull Fr u and Officr h
E. Aict G FRUIT HIPS jardmster's Skill F m and last Niht New York, July 26.-The director Sheriff Has Offered $101
STED PORTS-THE Eye Tohe Equitable Life Assurace for Arrest of Perpet
S Oc-FICERS OF DIFFER- Tom Wilson. a white boy, who has tions of former President James Alex-
| ^ - ES WILL MEET IN ENGINEER BADLY SCA D ON been wanted by the police for several ander and Nevada Stralahan, as i- THREATENED LIFE O
SWILL ENGINEER ADLY ON days, was arrested last night, but not rectors. Paul Morton was elected
r,-.r LlCE AT NEW OR- THE ARMS AND LE#-DEAD before he had given Officer Ray a president, retaining the chairmanship WHILE APPLYING CHL
.LA&\S SUNDAY. AND INJURED BURIE-. UKDER lively chase. Wilson is wanted for and George F. Vieter, of New York, TO NOSTRILS OF ITS
DEBRIS OF HALF A DOZENelling jewelry without a license, and and Ernest B. Kruttscinitt, of New
DEBRIS OF HALF A DOZEN although every effort was made to Orleans, were nominated as directors SEARCHING PARTIE
D> Associated Pre FREIGHT CARS. locate him the police were unsuccesa. and will be elected tomorrow. SCOURING THE COUNTR
I:- Jvy 26.-Six deaths ful until last night, when Special Of- Chairman Morton reported that by a
\cr were recorded to-' fleer Ray caught sight of him on Pal"- dollars will be saved annually.
x .iock this afternoon. By Associated Pr fox street. The boy also saw the ofi IIt is likely the position of Chairman By Asociated Pre-
'. to date 42. The Atlanta July 26.-Derailed by the race the officer finally succeedin I will be abolished tomorrow. It is Hattiesburg, Miss., July
ro rinre yee~din of the rails a freigbt train oera tie otheer o asy succeeding .. understood that Morton's salary as country three miles east
.. case reported yester on ths e Central of Georgia Railroad overhauling the boy as he was endea- president will be eighty thousand dol. the New Orleans and No
,piled to-day, eleven. was wrecked in the western part of oing lars a year Railway is in turmoil over
to date 165. There are the city to-day, causing the death of ar l wen badl eet.frhady resid The matter of pensioning the widow case of criminal assault p
| ci of infection, three. men, two white, and one negro, sualen appearance in her home of a it. Brigde wa referred to a om- ife of a raro
S,, of forces for fighting fatal injuries to one and serious n stranger, but the arrival of the offer f n Seri A
,,t" he,. infection and con- juries to a fifth man. i foreman. Sheriff A. J. M
Juriaesn oinedction and co- "be^^ denfad Jofhn ou, du- allayed her fears. fferer' one hundred dollar
-!Iphaign of education and The aead: John Woodruff, Conduc- Wialon was arrested recently, but or the capture of the
,:,:,,ca:; in of mosquito ex- tor; Horace McGee, trainman and before the arrival of the patrol wagon the crime
S has been completed Green Colbert a negro fireman. he succeeded in making his escape The woman was at home
ri xra men have been The injured Yardmaster F. M from the officer and has been at large her young babe when a st
.mig the grters, rl the 1ciY. Woodall, fractured skull and eye torn since that time.

*.lubb and a bouse to houee p yC iled up on the wreck, burying the nnscrrem or sa a or
.ill tc made to assure the dead and injured under the debris. CINT AOrVNh I LL t out.
Sf every and ate oP When the husband ret
Ss..pol and water pond -- M g1 TOM F found his wife on the floor s
h i : e bpp ;a CAR ,ATUR4 SKETC11, OF MSOP IAN PEACE AMASADOR. scious and it was several h
fo action Murtavieff was former minister of justice and now ambas-ador to Italy. -she was able to give a c
,A: fielding toCHe is ssoclated with Baron Roesea in representing Rusnia in the Peace .runt of vtat had happen
: Conference. *D uia Thu *Da*I i Searcithg parties were ha
dn 1it. 11 N I veyarrac0 [I I Boxs, ed and are scouring the c
d:"' ; .! UNBOA T BENNINGTON Barrels or Other Receptacles the fiend.
-ofd'- AFLOAT ON VTI NY E L As It as oming DownBURTON cCA
S C wn Incli The garbage contractor who ha
M from Commandancia Whaf. iwreofore been refusing t haul awa
a ,.hv: aroused WILL BE TOWED TO MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD FOR THOROUGH weeds cut fro yards. m st hreaftILL
twhev e weeds cut fr
.f the disease OVERHAULING AND REPAIR-SHIP BUT LITTLE DAMAG. Was Baly remove the, as well as all oth
>about the is- Troub nelled Almost Immei-. classes ot garbage. Fhus is the de-
re arThe ED BY FORCE OF RECENT EXPLOSION ATU IIl vision of the city authorities, who have
ruit import- SAN atey by Prompt Actin f While switch engine No. 448 was examined into the contract for the re-
SAN DIEGO. aly dy forp Aio hauling a string of about 20 empty box moval aind disposal of abe.
caofed for mSetrtarr of War. cars down the incline on Commandan- Of course the garbage contractor
S.- .. officers .f By Associated PresT. n examination of the hull to-day. cia street wharf yesterday morning will not be compelled to pick
S- ,! Alabama "o San Diego, July 26.-The Unlted Admiral Goodrich is expected to ar- an unusual accident occurred. ets, but where acep in b hx,
o. : in. and do.- States gunboat Bennington is again r;iv to-morrow, when the investigation By Associated Pres. After the start was made some cars bare s othw receptacle in aubt
,v .: "raler.s can afloat on an even keel and will be, will be begun. An examination of the Panama, July 26.- mutiny took on the rear got uncoupled and, imme- barrel or other reeptale he Psecution Has Not
,. r"e of zhe ma- towed to the Mare Islann Navy Yar.1 Inside of the ships shows the hull has, place among the police force here to- diately after, the forward portion ot ce removed the same s any other
to be -horoughly examined and re- been damaged little if any. The water icay, but was quelled almost at it. the train began to move faster, leav- class of garbage, and te city propose S Evidence, B
paired. She will be taken up by the which poured in and caused the listing beginning by Santiago De la Guargia, ing the several cars still moving, but to are hat It done. At present thm ci u
uTH LAST NIGHT OF Iris. escorted by the powerful naval came through a blow hole and pipes secretary of war, who faced the muti- a short distance behind. When tizens are a that the Will preil T
tug 'Fortune. Divers were making an broken off by the explosion. Peers with drawn revolver and back- front part of the train slowed up, the se and many have ed that the Will Be Finished To
ed by officers of the force. brought the rear part continued going down the city have the weeds removed.
MRS. KATHARINE BOGHICH men into submission. The principle incline and overtaking the cars ahead The authorities request of the The Burton case which
*A O I n lfJ n Q ni an II T leaders were severely chastised by t a of it, bumped into them with a force zens that any case where the garbage he t e i c
LOGLU IN ROAD BARON KOMURA TO 's ecretay hnd oe rth ottsh ti up generally. contractor refuses to remove weeds before the Criminal Court fo
Secretary, and together with other that shook things np generally. cttor
ann t. an ae mutineers were placed in irons. Poll- No damage would have resulted but hat the same be reported to hem two days, has not yet been
.: ni:i: "': l b..or, 1 T XTCNDED FF PR SID T cs hal nothing to do with the mu- for the fact that the colored' brake- once, in order that the proper steps be ed its case, although a large
.r hor ti. N, t14 W- tiny. man, Tom Bibb, was sitting on the tken of witnesses have been
S:, al :y a horS iloth rn rear end of the train and, not noticing Every detail of the charge
twa o |-ns. Cap: Staes and a number Com n at By Associated P-. B A S E B A L L that the ars had become unouple HI Le former deputy clerk a
*.,i tictin..,r Ma:, MuYcogee. Fla.. has let the contract New York, July 26.-Baron Komura I the two portions of the train came Lfitnesses were examined
,n -o tiire,. diauph for the extension of their logging and Minister Takahira, the Japanese together and he struck the ground BUILD RAILWAY the alleged raising of cou
., n:r; .-l. road into Escambia county in the vi- plenipotentiaries, will make an infor- July 26 below with terrific force. The height Urants, and int addition the p
:..! r,,2h.. ,h. a:n, iny of At more, crossing the main ial visit to President Roosevelt to- ot the trestle where this occurred was introduced' other witnesses
-'r:kdn w i 'tne of the Louisville and Nashville morrow. They will not be accompa- Aociated Pre probably eight feet so that his fall By Associated Press. knowledge of the affairs of t
pr. .l and con- about two miles west of that town. nied by any members of their suite. By Asocia ress. ^a lengthened just that much from Shanghai, July 26.-One hundred among them being former,
ii-m' nld.n wh This company owns a large tract of u the top of the car on which he was and sixty of the leading merchants of of the County Commissioner
a" the ,wa tiamber land in the mothwestern part I Southern League seated. Chikiang province have Informed the It is expected that the p
r- '* ani he plart d Escambia county, from which they lnLIsSH STRIKERSL Atlanta 1, New Orleans 7. Bibb had no bones broken from his Board of Foreign Affairs that they will conclude its case by no
S,., t > :, ,i>n d b. er; wish to cut the timber. The land is Montgomery 5. Little Rock 1. fall, although he was badly bruised have subscribed enough money to when the defense will begin
*n'!h ,: i pro;>abe ,'ry fertile and when cleared of tim- s C IUS[ TROUBLE Nashville 2, Memphis 7. all over the body. He was taken to bulls' the Sochow-Hang Chow-Ningpo are only a few witnesses to
*wi. occur at Milton. her w:!1 be converted into farms. As L IBU LL Birmingham 5. Shreveport 0, ('First St. Anthony's hospital for treatment railway without foreign assistance, ined on the part of the del
n D fast as the timber is cut from the Game.) at the hands of the Louisville and They petition the board to cancel any It is probable that the case
-er in Distress. and in all parts of the county it is Birmingham 2, Shreveport 4, (Sec- Nashville surgeon, Dr. Frank G. Ren- concession to foreigners, the jury to-night. .,
,,; .-The three- eidng converted into farms and truck By Associated Preen ond Game.) shaw.
S.,'.'h A. Matherso ,-' in disress with at; lure, and produces as fine crops as are hunQ'red men in Geyer's cotton mill South Atlantic League. *e Rad t h wr
.. g-own in any section of the country, struck to-day because a foreman was Augusta 3. Savannah 2. JAMES WHITE W4ILt. BE .. Peary eadinl N orthwarl
Sdischarged~~~~..Tesrk.sae..et acn9 olmi UY li i AI bflRK tifl II

Sdischarged. The strikers are threat- Macon 9. Columbia 2. UP IN A SHORT WHILE.
ening to destroy the mill and made a Charleston-Jacksonville. rain. n f ic
Killed and Thtr. demonstration this afternoon but were James White, who has been in the On Voyage of Disco
'1'-c K lled and Three dispersed by Cossacks who arrested American League. hospital for more than a week, is ex-
two hundred. Cleveland 2, Washington 3, (first pected to be able to return to his home
F r t a.lly I njured to W *ot Game.) within the course of the next week By Associated Press. Commander Peary in sp
SBlown to Pieces With Dynamite. Cleveland 7, Washington 1, (Second provided his condition continues to North Sydney, C. B., July 26.-The the expedition shortly befo
Banff. N. W. T., July 26.-While a'Game.) Improve an it has during the past Arctic steamer Roosevelt bearing Corn arture showed brm coae
E, tssLi~ated Pres&. ing toughs. There has been no general number of miners were at work in the Chicago 5. Philadelphia 2 week.
Ss ted Pr.-The disord- riot since Sunday's ive-hour fray. Bank Head mine an explosion of yna- Detroit 3. Boston 8, (First Game.) Yesterday he was able to sit up in wander Robert E. Peary's latest expe- which ase he intends to
S l vC continued Governme t adices say twelve men mite occurred. which wrought awful Detroit 4, Boston 0 (Second Game.) bed, and he partook of a hearty meal. edition, swung clear of the terminal September, 1906.
8 ave coonel Governmfnt advices say twelve men miteoc 4 kill th He Is fast gaining strength, and his wharf this afternoon and headed north. Mrs. Peary and daughter
,,-i'tl between were killed and three fatally injured havoc in the mine an.4 killed three He is fast gaining strength, and hiS wharf this o-
S.,:: enii and eriot- Monday and Tuesday nights. men. the bodies of the men were National League. condition is very pleasing to his phy- ward on its voyage of discovery. New York to-day.
blown to pieces not enough being left Boston 2, Pittsburg 8. sicians and friends.
by which they could be recognized. New York 6, Cincinnati 5. Many friends of the young man
r' itand ChildrN e n,~Seven others were injured. The cause Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2. have Called to see him daring the past POSse Fired Swam p to Force
SPrcsidcnt and Children ef the explosion is not known. Brooklyn 6, St. Louis 1. few days. P ss
Enjoy Another Cmp Trip, Surrender of a Murd
? By Associated Pres. bushes on the outskirts o
S46ssoc.ated Prems. Hill and entering boats at thi bathing W I .R? Plainfield, N. J., July 26.-Baffled by Swamp" In an effort to d4rl
"C It developed: place rowed to a registeredd .pot a treacherous swamps and thick woods imt o. his hi 'ate. A
I l'resiaent Roose- few miles frMe e the eresideWA'1 hme. n v ar, the poe of farmers and ice wo so, boit g ,. hi wa lp
Shi sons. The- The party had S l Some f the surrounded Ceharles Lng, a negro, at- direction of the 'e Man
.Archie and some T pre t d hi estate? R Cah t csed of murdering C s being ied
i..,t night on a io ret ar to am erly of Tret, N ,a il o
Just before dusk I this iMoning utte ra J& U10 are to seve"T o ars m ab r in the swag Il


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There I said to be a Chinese-Jewish
colony'in the Yangtseklang valley In
China. This colony has existed since
200 years before the Christian era. Its
people have a synagogue in which they
attend worship, extract the sinews
from flesh before eating It, erect tab-
lets to Moses and Abraham and are
called by some "blue capped Moham-
medans" because of their blue head-
drea. Otherwise they are but little
different from other Chinese citizens,
hold high ofees In the land at times
and because of Chinese tolerant prin-
dples have never been persecuted or
smeecthLu It Over.
"I have come." said the old subscrbi-
er, "to complain about your report of
my daughter's wedding."
"What was the matter with It?" de-
manded the editor.
"Well, her name to Gratla, but you
printed it 'Gratis.'"
'That's not so bad. She was given
away, wasn't she?'
Its Ielflit.
Sympathetic Frlend-So marriage had
been a sad experience to you, Mrs.
Grass? Mrs. Gras--On the contrary, it
has proved a most delightful one. The
allmon) allowed by the court is ex-
tremely liberal.-Boston Transcript.

None pities him that's In the snare,
who, warned before, would not beware.


Many a Pensacola Household Will
Find Them So.

To have the pains and aches of a
bad back removed; to be entirely free
from annoying, dangerous urinary dis-
orders is enough to make any kidney
sufferer grateful. To 'tell how this
great change can be brought about
will prove comforting words-to hun
dreds of Pensacola readers.
A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 L street
tells how to do it. He says: "From
my experience with Doan's Kidney
Pills I can strongly recommend them
to anyone in need of a good medicine
for ,the kidneys. Kidney complaint
and backache caused me suffering at
intervals for years. The first or sec-
ond attack I did not mind, but as time
went by they grew worse and at
tit.es laid me up. I could hardly
'alk and it was a difficult matter to
strigbten after stooping while the kid-
ney sefr-tions were irregular and un-
ratural. Doan's Kidney Pill procured
:t Sidney Kabn's drug store, No.
f. South Palafox street, cured
ie. From personal experience I kriow
tbat this remedy can be depended up-
on to fulfill the representations made
for 'it.'"
FJr sale by all dealss" Prie 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn -Go, Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents 'for the United
take ase--Dosa'.-and
take no other.

I~ei ; si WAIt uv gauly l V e u ue )
Captain Norris. Fruit, cream and
sandwiches ot different kinds are es-
pecially dalid- 'and anyOne deslrlhg
to contribute tO this worthy cause
should so notify Captain Norris not
later than Saturday next.


"Whatever- man has done man can
do" better.
"There's many a slip twixtt" the cra-
dle and the grave.
"Look before you leap" out of the
frying pan into the fire.
"rntil a man finds a wife he is only
half;" thereafter be is less.
"Honesty is exact to a penny," but
not always to larger amounts.
"A fool and bis money are soon part-
ed" when the fool has friends.
"The best things are not bought and


Grw Miss Wilson's Hair

Coagsionu mood Poiso, more t or

fectedwbe thISTRICT OF Piano House! NEW RAILROAD
SOn te circulatio.; red erpoebreaka
mt oan the sin the mooth and thot
nicerate, glands in the beck and
swell, the hair falls out, pem We can save you money and satisfy
Appear on the body, etc. you if you desire a first-class Piano,
S w with blood a- New Pianos from $10 to $600.
tO bmet doetes d nme nodZw o Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
"a& ULr trwtnt iff"=1 "M smallest degular ePlano made for young Members e N
art=-.as. t,.t ora "t 10 Great Success in Melon Culture : d l r o f. M bers of the Committees Now
It Seek oL er bloo -- l alike, $100 to 175.
, butthe a s to reah tht Ce Surpass It will pay you to call or write us. at Wrk, and Special Session
,,S..,, ,, ,. T tCeSyitseem"iltet I
was -o4rs io t -- tht I TUNING A SPECIALTY.l B d
.a. rtrus.aitf in West Florida. W Be Held.
aIlrod]. IerUn toe te asnd se
lt e-as a omplfe .l..
mlt,.Editr C. WPe. .n a Ju The new railroad ordinance, which
i bEdaitor Pensacola Journal: under CLUTTER & RUSHING grants local capitalists and others
So highly eoutagiom is this disease Our lat letter was written under RUSHING
tat many a life has been ruined by a the shadow of Pikes' Peak, but we aterfntriht in oe e
frdy hand shake o from us ing the will leave to an abler pen than ours 2 E. G rmnt Stre ay construct the railroad line from
toilet articles of one afted 'with the the description of the grandeur of this city to Memphis, is now being
To cure this hideos nd hate these mountains; and even the enjoy-PENACOLA LORIDA. prepared, and its expected tha those
tMdiseasi a constitutional remedy is re nt and exhileration of your corres- who are working on the measure will
uiL S. S S. goes down to the sI ryl d ment and exhierati f your corres- have it completed within a few day:;,
o of t etrule d fos out e tay and w ry s ,ver, to deal wih maxim Js as true In these business en- when it will be placed before the coun-
ticle f the is from the blood and facts and observations of interest to terprises of the great West, and often cil for consideration.
crs the di permanently. .. S. our rea s and or te betterment astly more, than in staid old Florida. The ordinance, wththe one granting
is purely vegetabe and drives out the betterment Some here are reaping goou' results rights for the Pensacola and Andalusia
trelyle eox outa th f West Flrida.,
troublerootand ae no o t tu and from canteloupes and sugar beets, read, was referred to a joint commit-
S S S branch, and o are are makng a brief stop at Rocn but many are yet struggling for the tee, composed of the members of the
ever i Fo rd, Colo. We gave you some fig- success that still eludes, and a gencra-Ifrancise and ordinance and engros-
. .. .. o .se. .e u. i tion of failures, and a generation of ing commt tecs who have conferred
been cured by a in our last n egarding thich shouldace, rewards has left this, as well as many with the city attorney in the prepara-
Y Veen. cared b and two great industries which should other parts of the West to those with tion of the ordinance.
PURELY VEGETABLE. S. S. S. can feel interest our people. We dare presume more money toworkand more expe It is expected that a special meet.
assured that and will claim, that the Rocky Ford more money to work and more expe- It is expected that special meet
n of the ison assure bd to canteloupe. grown in West Florida, is rence to guide, and they are now at- ing of the council will be held within
one of the poison s left i the blood to eloupe ron in es loria, training remarkable success. a few days, or as soon as the measure
transit to innocent oapring. The e.- fully equal, or superior in quality, to s ready, when it will be read.
tire body is built up and the blood made that grown in its native state; but 1 Growing Is Restricted.
lIure, rich and healthy by thi g treat m- have had no opportunity to make com- The growing of canteloupes, more EXCURSION FOR
edy. Book with instructionsfor home prison, in either of my visits, as than the watermelon, is restricted to
treatmentand any medical advice desired their's will not be ripe before the
will begiven freeofcharge. middle of August or first of September, aouth Florida is first, and herP Isea-
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Attauta, and the vines are now only about son short. California comes next and POOR C ILDRE
half grown ana' beginning to bloQm. her season is now about closing. Colo-
Growers' Association. radio and her celebrated "Rocky Fords"

W alter I0 tons which control the growing, Wh not West Florida plant the mid. OIVE MUCH ENCOURAGE-
W atIer J l and shipping of each of their members. die of April, and begin shipment at
We had the had the pleasure of Interviewing this season, and take even the "keen MENT IN LAUDABLE
General Dealer in Mr. A. C. Sloan, secretary of the Rocky edge" from the Colorado shipments. WORK.
Ford Melon Association, who gave us and give the unsurpassed Florida
qdes, Bicyde Sodnes the facts and figures, from which we flavor and soon fill our country with
quote: Each farmer belongs to one experienced growers, equipped with Since the announcement was made
Sor the other of the associations, and cheap lands, and unequalled climate, that the Salvation Army would give
St furnished the crates by the asso- etc. It can be done. Shall welry it? an outing to the Life Saving Station
ciation at a cost of 10 cents each. Mr. la'itor, these thoughts have on August 2, to the poor children of
CYCLE REPAIRED. As soon as shipping begins each forced themselves upon your corres- Pensacola Captain and Mrs. Norris,
CYCLESfarmer brings just such as are n ex pondent, and we feel they are worthy who have the work in charge, have
CYCLES FOR RENT. act condition for shipment and they the consideration of The Journal read- received a great deal of encourage-
Sprefer to have two pickings each day, ers, and with our lands, and observa- meant and assistance in the laudable
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type instead of once in every two or three tons, we here repeat-as so often be- work they have undertaken. Already
writers, Guns, Pistols Locks and U. days as practiced by our people, and fore--that West Florida offers more over sixty little ones have been found
brellas repaired. they are hurried forward in cars iced. possibilities for health, wealth and who will benefit by the excursion, and
Each standard crate should contain happiness than any like area of the many of then will be accompanied by
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knive. ust fortyve melons, five in a row, earth. their mothers or other near relatives.
ets., sharpened. to count from any of the four sides. We defer a report of our investiga. Numerous donations have been
Most complete line f keys n the A "pony" crate allows smaller melons. tons of the great beet sugar factories, promised, many of them being of cash
cit. to the number of flftyfour, which' and spgar beet culture, for another and others of cakes, sand-
woula' be sKi in each row, counted as letter. Yours, wishes and..other edibles. It will re-
12 EAST INTENDENCI T before stated, and I am advised that JOHiN THOS. PORT'. quire a considerable amount of food
Better results are secured from a Rocky Ford, Colo., July 22, 1905. to satisfy the hunger of a hundred
PHONE 1133. number of small growers, than a less children, and further donations of any.
numberthing available for use upon such an
number of large ones. C Wt~ _t..0-- '.1Sil .. ,;^_ c wll he* o1.... ,, 1., h.


aulmdre Is So Exalha,

and strengthl@ to both the hair anM salp that Ocr
aso. bottle of It Is often enough to 0he wmderful !m-
prorsment. It at oms IMU 1 qW nt3 Y brllwy
and velvety s9ftns t t She hair. a a Ifw weeks,' n.
will cause now hair to sprout out all over th scalp, m4
row abundantly. lng and beaoutful Usemery day
for awhile, after which two or tree tmea week will
be enough to complete whatever growt. yM deire.

Latest Photograph of
Miss Carrie Wilson, 3728 64th Place, Chicago.

Notice of application for permit to
sell liquors wines and beer Wherea.s.
N. Goldring has' filed with the
Board of County Commissioners for
Eccambia County Florida, their appli-
cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines
and Beer in Election District No. 13
of said County and State; any citizen
of such election district may show
cause, if any there be, at the meeting
of the Board to 'be held on Tuesday,
the 8th day of August, next, why such
pIermit should not be granted. A. M.
McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners, Escambia County,

Notice of application for permit to
sell liquor, wines and beer. Whereas,
Joe Roth has filed with the
Board of County Commissioners for
Escambia County, Florida, his appli-
cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines
and Beer in Election District No. 13
of said County and State; any citizen
of such election district may show
cause, if any there be, at the meeting
of the Board to be held on Tuesday.
the 8th day of August, next, why such
permit should not be granted. A. M.
McMfllan. Clerk of the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners, Escambia County,

Notice of application for permit to
sell liquors wines and beer. Whereas,
G. P. Williams has fl!':l with the
Board of ConIty Commis.ioners for
Escambia County, Florida, his appli-
cation for permit to seli Liquors, Wines
and Beer in Election District No. 13
of said County and State; any citizen

SMNOW at all drnsist, in thrisee ses c25 c
60 cents and SAO. per bottle.
gpg To show how quickly DLdlgrbi act:. we
r Er will send a large sample free by return m.;:! to
any one who sends this advertisement to the tnewitem
dler 0 C. C lU ag-- ge with their name and adurt-
Sand ten cents in silver or stamp to pay postage.

Escambia County, Florida, his appli- McMillan. Clerk of the Boarl crt r '.,
cation for permit to sell Liauors. Wines ty Commissioners, Escamb;a `our..
and Beer in Election District No. 13 Florida.
of said County and State; any citizen -
of such election district may show Notice of application for PvrTr"' '"
cause, if any there be, at the meeting sell liquors, wines and bler. \W'.-,
of the Board to be held on Tuesday. Vidal & Smith have flied vw'
the 8th day of August, next, why such Board of County Comnmisslonr. :
permit should not be granted. A. M. Escambia County. F!orida. the.r ;,
McMillan, Olerk of the Board of Coun- cation for permit to sell L..qi'
tv Commissioners, Escambia County Wines and Beer in Election DiO-..
Florida. No. 13 of said Co'iny ant Stra:e, a:
citizen of such election district ani
Notice of application for permit to show cause, ii any thet-c Je. at
sell !!quors wines and beer. Wherens. meeting of the Board to be h*t'lI
Ike J. Heilburn has filed with the Tuesday, the 8th day of Auuii.t. n
Board of County Commissioners for why such permit should not b, ar.
Escambia County, Florida, his appli- ed. A. M. McMillan. Clerk
cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines Board of County Commis..sin.'r- .
and ,Beet in Election District No. 13 cambia County, Florida. jlyIloau,
of said County and State; any citizen
of such election district may show%- AN ORDINANCE
cause, if any there be, at the meeting Relating to Bonds of City Offcers
of the Board to be held on Tuesday i Be it ordained by the MUyor ,i I: coi.
the 8th day of August, next, why such cil of the City of Pensaco .
permit should not be granted. A. M. Section 1. That the bonds ,,f :
McMillan. Clerk of the Board of Coun-, lowing City offcers shall be a ;.
ty Commissioners, lbcatabia County, fled herein, to-wit: City ('.r<. '
Florida. Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00o, \.
sor, One Thousand DollarA ,is
Notice of application for permit to Comptroller, Two Thousanil i..
sell liquors w-nes and b Wer Where.ia, ($2,000); Marshal. Two Tio.i-.,-i .
Eugene Arbona has filed with the lars ($2,000); Tax Cc.l,.r u
Board of County Commissioners for Thousand Dollars (10.00o,. T I-
Escambia County, Florida, his appli- urer. Twenty-Five Thousan,. rf, .
cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines ($25,000.)
and Beer in Election District No. 13 Section 2. That each bond :
of said County and State; any citizen officer of whom a bond Is rt, :
of such election district may show:shall be required, shall be n -' i:
cause, if any there be, at the meeting as the Council may approve an ...
of the Board to be held on Tuesday, signed by at least two siur,'* o '
the Sth day of August, next, why such approved by the Council. n,t
permit should net be granted. A M. deposited with the Compi;-i r .
McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun- cept that the Comptroller'. i ...
ty Commissioners, -Ecambia County, be deported with the Mavor ;;
Florida. bond in whirh tha *mrnr ..- t j

sold;" they are stolen and kept. of such election district may show t
"The second blow makes the fray," cause, if any there be, at the meeting Notice of application for permit to
but not if the first is well placed. of the Board to be held on Tuesday, sell liquors wines and near. Whereas,
"Pity is akin to love," but kinship the 8th day of August, next, why such Peter Bell has filed with the
does not always signify friendship, permit should not be granted. A. M. Board of County Commissioners for
McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun- Escambia County, Florida, his appli-
"Everything comes to the man who tv Commissioners, Escambia County, cation for permit to sell Lquors. Wines
waits" except that for which he waits. Florida. and Beer in Election District No. 13
"Opportunity knocks once at every of said County and State; any citizen
man's door," but often makes sure the Notice of application for permit to of such election district may show
man Is out before knocking.-Llterary sell liquors wines and beer. Whereas, cause, if any there be, at the meeting
Digest. W. C. Norman has filed with the oif the Board to be held on Tuesday,
Board of County Commissioners for the 8th day of August, next, why such
The |bw Story Teller. Escambia County, Florida, his appli- !permit should not be granted. A. M.
Friar Lawrence checks the impetu- cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun-
ous Romeo with, "He stumbles who and Beer in Election District No. 13 tv Commissioners, Becambia County,
runs fast," a sentiment true enough. of said County and State; any citizen Florida.
perhaps, but one which ought never to of such election district may show
be repented to the constitutionally slow cause. if any there be, at the meeting Notice of aplllcatlon for perTmt to
story teller. I like a good story and of the Board to be held on Tuesday, sell liquor wins and beer. WhereaA,
am vr rad to ala a ood storthe 8th day of August, next, .why such Joe Arbona has filed with the
am ever ready to applaud a good story permit should not t.- granted. A. M Board of County Co'mtss!!oners for
teller, but heaven save me from the de- McMillan. Clerk of the Board of Coun- Escambta County, Flo'!da, his appll-
liberate, detailing, circumlocuting, ex- t. Commissioners, Escambia County, cation for permit to seli Liquors, Wines
asperatng efforts of the slow story tell- Florida. and Beer In section District No. 13
er. In the frst place, they seldom tell of said County and State: any citizen
a tale that needs a rapid rep tal-and Notice of application for permit t of such election district may show
when they do they murder it-and in 'sll liquors wines and beer. Whereas, cause, if any there be, at the meeting
the next place the long stories, the Im- Richard Morris. Jr., has file; with the' of the Board to be held on Tuesday,
pressively sentimental and the lugnbri- Board cf County Commissioners for the 8th day of August, next, why such
ously funny stories they deal in chiefly f Escambia County, Florida, his appl -'permit ahold not be wanted. A. M.
are seldom worth listening to.-Lon- i cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun-
don Globe. and Beer in Election District No. 13 ty Commisstoners, Bcambla County,
*of said County and State; any citizen Florida.
Forwt and Pure Air. of such election district may show N c an fr p t
A Parisian scientist while testifying cause, if any there be, at the meeting i iuo rst application for permit to
'of the Board to be held on Tuesj ff-il l^riuors wines andbbi*.
to the greater purity of the air in theo t h 8th day of August, neld on e The Lewis Bear Co. have led with the
vnt of forests does not attribu the 8th day of August, ner, why u Board of County Commissioners for
icinity of forests, does not attributepermit should not be cante A. Board of County Commissioners for
the cause to a greater richnesss n oxy- McMillan, Clerk of the Joar. o' Cun. scambia County, Florida. his appil-
gen-the quantity of the latter being ty Commissioners, Escambia County ,'iion for permit te wt LtquorS, Wines
the same in the atmosphere of woods Florida. and Beer In Election District No. 13
as In plains-but to the absence of, of said County and State; any citizen
those agents which vitiate the atmos- Notice of application for permit to f su, if en there be atrt the meting
pbere of towns. When forests are not sell liquors wines and beer. Wherca the Ioard tere be d on Tuhe meeting
surrounded by marshes a well treed Geo. W. Thompson has fi;,d with the the 8 oh ad t be eld on Tueday
region is next to exempt from epi. Board of County Comrn isioners for the 8th ay of August, net, wy sch
permit should not be granted. A. 1L
demles. Versailles is a case In point. Eecambia County, Florida, his appli- McMiill rA o -be atrd of Cou-
It is surrounded by a screen of for-' .itlOn for permit to sell Liquors, Wines tv Commisslonert sco a unty,
Mets. Epidemics are unknown, yet the' and Beer In Election District No. 13 Florida. a County
city has the most wretched water. of "afd County and State: any citizen
of such election district may snow oC* e applicant
cause, if any there b., at the meeting fell l alp-win a& i & ,-rmt to
olayrtoee. of the 'Board to be le:d on Tuesday. Mell I 4 t" e
The holystone is a soft stone used by, the. 8th da of Au n u r wIs '
8th day (it August, next, why such wlth bWthe
alors for scrubbing decks anda Is M permit should not be granite. A c i outy li t h ta rp-
to have got its name because it was lcMIllan, C(erk of the Board of Cou-. sm Stemtyi am
originally used solely for Sunday cean- ty Commissioners, Escamrbia County n de ~ tior o
tag Others asses that the first stones Florida. n
based for this purpose were taken from of Asd I 4- W 8y dla
cBrcbywd, white It toialso d6 to Notice of applicatlofiono permit to C f f nlWamtr r w
get the name from the fact that a sell :quors wines and beer. Where, of theAbe_ meeting
lor has to goon his knees to a tt.- A Hall ha fl. w th the ra
pearsouns Weekly. a t d Of County CgImsIwhm e or ge iR fr- Awe
Cli~uiz~kZ* f Malt jua belu

?W^- K -- A -L

shall exceed One Thous a.i; l T
($1,000), each surety may bir. i.
for a specified sum, an'i th, .'-r. .
amount for which the s;ir'-..
bind themselves shall not i,K'-.-
the penalty of the bond. Ea"-
upon every of said bon,'I. -!i,.
affdavit that he is a resuli n'
City of Pensacola, and ria"t
within the State of iorla -i"
visible property unincun',.r1o,! r
not exempt from sale unt'er -.ia: *r
cess to make good his br-nl.
Section 3. That all orl,ann ':
parts of ordinances in c.nfl,
with be and the same are ,-' :
Section 4. That this onr;ir 'n
take effect immediately u;i,, .'
sage and approval.
Passed July 10. 19.5.
Approved: CHAS. if B.'.
B. S. BERNARD. ('- -<

To Be Entitled: An Ordinance to E-
tend the Priviliges and Francr' se
Granted to Warren E. Anderson, A
C. Berry, W. H. Murphy, J. Emrn
Wolfa and others.
Be it ordained by the Mir *, a 'i ;'
cil of the City of Pen-- ". 3'
Section 1. That the .:
each and all the thing-. 4r.. ''
section fifteen (15) of -h .
passed and approved I:, :1. :a
and entitled; "An Ord::;- -:
certain privileges to Wi-r .
son, A. C. Berry W. W
Emmet Wolfe and or: -- '
cessors and assigns," h. ::
is hereby extended fo:
Three (3) muoths in "' :'
time mentioned in sal'! -
Section 2. That all lrn' R' 1
parts of ordinances in U :-'; "' '"
be anA tha OamA 2i hC. i. '*-

Passed July 10. 1905
Approved: CHAS. H

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Manufacturers of
and Dealers In








Profits Pro-rated.
_---- - --.-----". On recepit of any number of crates
EO A l SST1EIAl S from each or any shipper, the owner

Tll l 1I K AIn O. K'd. by the inspector, and the
-- ,W,,W m ticket at once passed into a locked
PREf I CALUB hbox similar to a ballot box, that none
.,w but the secretary has access to. and
11 North PaWfox by him taken out, and the proper!
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT w credit entered to each shipper accord-!
SERVICE ing to said ticket, and these carried up;'
WORK CALLED FOR AND 4 for each week separately, and eachi
DELIVERED. week's shipments, when soled are also'
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR kept separate, and the whole pro-rated"
S PRESSING, $1.00 PER equally, the association deducting five
SMONTH. Iper cent for expenses. The average
PHONE, 675. :'net receipts for past five years was a
E. E. REESE, M. E. WHITE. fraction less than eighty-four cents per
P Proprietor. Manager. crate. The largest number of crates
-i "' '=K-ir+^^)C~ t reported by any grower was three
hundred and fifty crates, but this was
exceptional and a good average is
*i jm- --l-j f irr 100t 150 crates per acre.
S1This one association at Rocky Ford
shipped last season seventy-two thou-
sand crates or one hundred and eighty
EVERDYONE IS car loads, and' last year was the small-
Seat and least remunerative of the five
years and because of the last named
result, and the increased acreage plant-
ed in sugar beets, this crop for this
RUNNIN|l AFT ER season will be considerably shortened.
SI The entire crop of this association
is sold by two commission houses in
Pittsburg, Pa., and New York City.
and from statements made by this
OOf T IN secret. we find to be true what we
have ever maintained. that the melon
crop is never widely enough distrib-
uted.. ana when ever the centers are
gorged, prices are reduced, and the
If you have never had it, crop slaughtered and much of the de-
you should, by all means, mand yet unsnpplied.
try it If you have al- Another condition we note in smal-
ready tried it, of course, er cities in the West is that one or
you are still using it more commission merchants control
Sthe market; they buy direct on a
Broken market and do not solicit con-
SI :gnments and keep in store and hold
WHAT I SI up starvation prices'to their coneum-
.ers, hence in four weeks in Kansas
and Colorado we have tasted but one
t I t watermelon, and that unfit for eating.
Compared With Florida.
Our best West Florida land is not
LE more sandy than that of this section
SIn fact most of these bottom lands, at
L TTE the head of the Arkansas rive-, are
highly sandy, and seem to possess no
more humus than our own, and the
high prairie Is underlaid with rock
TMINISTER and only fit for pasture. The cost of
this system of irrigating canals puts
the price of lands to about one hun-
dred dollars per acre, and improve-
ments and increase in fertilization
01 A raises values from one hundred up to
c C| R two and three hundred dollars per
Sacred, and an annual tax for repairs of
canals of 40 cents to $1.00 per acre
for each year, and the time of one
T BES ~S I man for each twenty acres, through
ON T M IN KTM. the growing season, in simps; opening
Sand! closing lateral ditches and dis-
tributing water makes in all with in-
terest on such high priced land: six
time as great expense as in West
Florida. Then the risk of a poet
Lew s Bear stand In the early planting of cane
Lew is Bear oupes as well as sugar beets--for
thoUgh this planting Is late to us. when
they do plant each of these products
Co have cold rounds, and danger of
o o rost., la this latitude, as great as
whe we plant the last of February-
Aftebm s irl a scoutingey searcay
kMowa Iw aMs is8 ud emate4-. "it l
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DIYOUR CITHES ndex System reenwo. m iss.. J .-o THI.A. FRI
Y UR CLOT Eman w. 4. Browning s ot mortal-
Sly wooded himself while ia drug
s the most convenient store st evening in an effort to com-
and accurate systemic tor mit sicide. Oncer Browning was
Al U keeping accoasts which talking to a woman over the Atlephone
| has yet been devised. and remarked that he was going to
SYou can buy complete shoot himself. Policeman bb and
... i the drug clerk overheard the remark,
I8i iC --n--_ do I s ... and attempted to prevent him from
Se persuaded to give Card Index carrying out his threat, but Browning
leveled his pistol on them and made
r your Clothing to out- mtIn- Outfit them stand back. Browning then e
xople who only come U placed his revolver to his right temple, -
ou when they wanu tan e ll U 1, pulled the trigger and fell to the floor
w in, an unconscious condition. The
SI trouble is said to have beea the result
o ...e..o Clohes In his treatise on mosquitoes, pub- iof a love affair. Officer Browning had llR
a, n give -yo Clothes with limbed in The Medical News of June lust recently resigned his position, to SU M M ER SUIn V
much style, guarantee 10, Dr. Hiram Byrd of this city, massl t a take effect August 1, to accept a posi-
an i t prices consider- tant to the state health o .fier, hl m Oi tion on the police force at Greenville.
given much information of interest and
than you y to o- value concerning the various species r M HT AND
: '.^rchant tailors, of mosquitoes found in Florida and P A MGHTY "LAND A ER.
responsible for the the best method of exterminatilng Iat _
S' , rc ponsnMerortne ,them, says the Jackbonville Times-: x3BKuilthitthe .. a
S. ..a... a., the men in this Union. - -- -rMa e ttler. I
v. l- make their Along this ine Dr. Byrd says: "To this territory, which makes the Ideal Chenonceaux was one of th earliest -
w i' w be correct the casual observer all mosquitoes look breeding place of this species. Ana, chateaux that represented the new splr-
S vi e correct ike, but a more intimate cquaint- as a matter of fact, it ls widely distn- It It was built on the site of the old
a:. & u. :. se.. ane reveals some very striking differ- buted throughout the state, being see. feudal fortress in a sort of frak of the
erces both in structure and habits. ond only to the Culex Paplens." sense of opportunity. It was meant to
S ome are beautifully marked with Ra Repducer. give room and verge enough to a gen-
Ci -liEwhite or yellow stripes and bandsR Re.,r o
omne with purple, while some are o After describing various other spe. raton bent on having a good time inor
n-or- sombre ues. Some have lon cles of mosquitoes, Dr. Byrd says: ball and bower. It was still a fortressE y Su mrD mS i
s lender leg, others short and stout. "Mosquitoes, like most other insects, of a kind, but this only as an after- Ct to close them out before stock ta
d lT ,l- "I'The legs of some are mooth, while and, indeed, most of the lower organ- thought. In the main it was a palace .
others are beset with erect scales .sms, reproduce very rapidly and for sport and festivaL It might have OUr summer garments if the price w
C. C. oodG-n. e. Armwp e Some have toothed tarsal claws, while would, If unchecked, overrun the earth stood on dry land; it preferred to p.liC l nO tO -i l
.others are without these Some do no n a very little while. Bun nature pro- bride a river. There was no want of
Slltttt bite at all some bite chefly at night, videos checks and counter-check for Ipace in other directions, but this seem- price but to clean up now At n
___ me chiefly in the day, whereas some h rapid multiplication. Whether d best as a stroke of constructive m-
SLite day and night. Some pass the there are any creatures that prey upon bidding
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO winter in the adult and some in te the et or not, it s certain that a pudenc. Te tea in
S egg stage. Some deposit their egg oularge percent of them never hatch. of Diana of Poitiers jumped the Cher
heater. and others deposit them In the larval or wriggler ta theyas a choolboy wold a jumped a
a 8ator T S a 0or the rass. o d eru water save many enemies. Minnows eatibrook. The huge arches never carried SALE O PEN S T'
Thor. B. Thor~ P expected to come after rain or ahighthem, the larvae of d.-agonfles and anything of use to mankind at large, B r-F JN 1 1
tdes. Some lay their eggs singly beetles eat hem, disease attacks them. not even a right of way.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION others join them- together into little ungi get on them and kill them; the.- At first most of them had no super-
batches, or 'boats.' Some breed only die for lack of food, they sometimes' structure, and the bridge might have
CIALATTENTION GIVEN in fresh water, others only in sal. eat one another, they get entangled ini been called "Diana's folly." But she $8.50 Fine White Lawn Suits, trim-
C ATTE ome prefer clean water others filthythreads of Spirogyra or under floating knew what she was about She was a med in fine tucks. Inserting and
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIHT. Some are migratory, others are not. leaves and drown. The water dries y subduer with a heart as Hemstitched Cuffs and Collar,
Some transmit disease, while others. p before they are grown and millions. cold as the stone of her new dwelling beautifully made, size 32, 40 and
PHONE 9 do not. Of hose that do, one kin of them perish in this way. Finally, oad a the sne hr new deingl o 42, to go at ................. .98
Ofand a face and form kept beautiful for-
P. 0. 3 7. transmit one disease and another an-. when they are ready to emerge e d o I an
other. Butalthough tiere are man the pupa. the cast-of skin serving a ever by the studious avoidance of ev- $10.00 Sheer and Fine White Lawn
differences. there are alo many, ike a boat for the casting to take place n ery pang-a wonderful creature with- ,Suit, beautifully trimmed in but-
M WHrI TE nesses, and all mosqit~es agreeing in frequently capsizes and the mosquito al, for she contrived to die In her bed, tonhole Embroidery, Hemstitch-
certain important particulars are dies at he very threshold of existence though she crossed the path of Cather- ed and Tucks, sizes 32 and 34
llmm Wt1 1grm grouped together as a genus. While And those that do hatch successfully. ine de' Medici. She ruled a king by the only, to go now for ...........$3.90
mS O d OO all mosquitoes of the same geas are now have to take their chances among usual methods and by studious deter- White Lawn
ala aike in most respects, here may dragon miles, bats, lizards. toads nig to him kept him her obedient, hum- unitss Buttonle hbroideed
einoreec.theea to him kept hm her obedlt, hum- Suits, Buttonhole broidered,
scnme minor differences. The mos- hwks and a host of other eneMies. ble servant to the day of his death. She Fine Tucks and Embroidery In-
quitoes having the same minor differ- State Board Will Assist. inspired one of the greatest sculptors serting, choice style in sizes 34,
TeRS LO TOLD ences are grouped together as a spe-I "Suppose that some progressive, en-' of her time In his creation of a Venus 38 and 40 only, to go tor ......$4.95
TL SLLY I TOLD. cies. To illustrate: ergetic town desires to get rid of moe- that rivaled the antique.
"All malaria carriers have long palpi quitoes, how will it go about it? Manl- She was one of the mightiest land Finest $15.00 Sheer White Lawn
in both the male and female, and festly, the first thing is to determine grabbers of history, adding chateau to Suits, the choicest of this sea-
w. B.W their larve have very short respiratory what the prevailing species are, and chateau with a purpose that never fal- son's styles, beautifully and
!.? ,. B. Wright has returned siphons. They constitute genus ano- where they breed. The btate board of tared and by methods of amootr u- elaborately trimmed in Button-
S business trip to New York pheles. But all anopheles are not ex-' health may lend assistance here. This emotiona y methods of smot h hole Embroidery, Hemstitching,
actly alike. One kind has three blaca determined it remains to control espotional erstenetat nev failed Tucks and Ruffles, sizes 34, 36,
'.,o A. B. Weeks, the operator at spots on the scales of the last vein, these breeding places. By far thl She started with everything against 38 and 40. Your choice for ....$6.75
.i .lnction, of the Louisville and; also white bands across the palpi. greater number will be found to be her In that epoch of the worship of
. was in the cty yesterday This is the species cruclans and is neglected vessels of water on private youth when she began her siege of the 47.50 Sheer White Dotted Swiss
t-i.:c -chvnoner Ruth A. Welles, s poken of as the anopheles crucians. premises, such as tanks, cisterns, rain- heart of the dauphin of France. She Suits, tucked Surplice Waist ef-
S f. SuInders & Co., reached. Another of the Anopheles has white barrels, watering troughs, sagging was a widow, and a widow with a feet, sizes 34, 36, 38 and 40, to
S v :. v i a -ch of 1,000 hind feet. He is known as the ano- gutters; even the water pitcher in family, yet she knew no.p si in her go at ........................$3.
: phele agryritarsis." the spare room may breed mosquitoes triumphant career till she had married 7 suits made of Extra White Bel-
-I asn, Band r ~,r 'The leader. Transmitters of Yellow Fever. enough to supply the whole household. and dowered them all and provided fast Linen, sizes 32, 34, 38, 40
Sv Ef ^r~ t Ie nt engaged In referring to the council make it a duty of herself with a choice of palaces for her and 42. formerly $10.00, trimmed
P r; o,- f l.,br.. b- -,,ivn engaged In referring to the mosquito known every citizen to keep his own premises old age. She never made an enemy or in Eyelet embroidery and Tucks
,4. jaT durn :lhi- w.ak a" the chau- to be the agency of transmitting yel- clear of wrigglers. imposing, if neces. which was quite as much to the ur- beautifully tailored to go no.
,.ia ,, NS .ramn Gc The bana low fever. Dr. Byrd sav: sary, a small fine for neglect of this -wh wa qute much to the pur- beautifully tailored, to go now. .3.95
h". a, f ur. will not "The genius Steg-myla includes, dutv. in order to make it effective. poM. friend who was not likely to be $7.50 Fine White Linen Suit, new
"- ,orsa!, m!I at E ctric Parkf something over twenty species but "Troughs and pitchers and vessels of ue. She died in te sanctity of Shtrred Flounce Skirt, with
.h: only the fasciatus is accused of trans that can be emptied once a week need faultless manners and an unruffled Blind Embroidery, waist trim-
Snaccom hitting yellow fever. And this is the that only. Cisterns and tanks can be' brow. Her heart of Ice kept her a med in Blind Embroidery and
i:' aM E Ca;,v. aom-f only representative of the genus so far screened so that the mosquitoes can't Venus to the last. Had her prototype Hemstitching, sizes 36 and 38, to
A t. .-e fr hanT cS' found in our state. H.: is the best get to them to lay their eggs. Or they been anything but a goddess Diana go now at ...................$2.95
~e T,,'tv a.t h nr' on a mbined known and most widely distributed can be oiled. might have given her points in the wise
: an plasr trip and Mr. species of culicioe. He has been d- Set Traps for them. avoidance of the ravages of tempera-
and*redescribed andU MR; Set Traps for them.
S. n:,, p.sd wth the city. an renamed until he ar been christ- "In addition to this. let every house- ment.--Century. ALL SUMMER READY-TO-W
S..r c d, ::. an'- w.,r< before Re- (tned no fewer than seventeen tmesa.i hold have its artificial breeding place'
" ;..,Lan, yi,. 'r hmu nnicipal court. For a long time be was thought to be- a pail of water set it some shady DON'TS FOR BACHELORS.
.. nr'.-: 'o' *rial. Of this l ": ,1 ,.irinra werit discharg- there is some digsatisfacion about hil come to it to tlcpJs:t :heir eggs, instead Don't sew up your pockets while try. Sp O l argain: On sa
S.c* c.e ,;o:'inuu.d. an! one de- classiacation. This comes from the orf aing to l ume Pal'3 where they tug to sew on a button to stay. and fine printed French Organdies i
: at r ;en a jail sentence of t.hirt fact that he is the only species of hin would he difficult t', hnd or get a'. liuy a thimble that fits. Don't push
.- r:ues. :mp;.,.l in the remain g genus that transmits yellow fever-a These traps will catch most of th, your needle through with your teeth. per yard, they won't last long at 7 3
c. .- :.:mounted o f1.. difference which some think should b eggs to be deio.e Il a.-ut the place. e
-'.. as- ... :l.-on a-d -anilla tfxracRb g i to comeC to maturity. lhe pails neel thread long enough to hang yourself.
. 1.,o au t d vanillaa Exraets a Found in Florida. only be emptied once a week and re- Don't attempt to push a No. 8 needle
c '.a, 1;:, nI Blue'r, Ribbon "The Stegomyia tasciatus is an in- filled. But tI'ey .serrv a better pur- through a No. 10 hole. Profanity isbad
S. \k you wr ," for Blue habitant of tropical and subtropical pose sti'l thlnu mereiv an artifiia: form.
F imon an, Van:ia. Tak. les. contries. His limits are pretty ac.'u- b:reding place. Thc- 'il! ie a nim(;st Don't be afraid of a needle. It will ... ,,r Tn r
F, J- ..r;cn:ivl rarely marked by the isotherm whicn potent :rat:r in e.lu:,ation They a: not stick you unless you attack the
forms the northern boundary of the so many aquaria, wr;lr.' every nia!:,
L& N. WILL TAP NEW : lower austral life zone. This Isotherm, woman and chi'J will a;cquir a practi- wrong en r orf t first.
i.r ,; e ermined b1 'Dr. C. Hart Merriam cal knowle.l :e of the Ir(ding habits S'let the proper size button before T
ALABAMA COAL FIELDS. as follows: At any give point, a.i of msq;iitroes-wi'l c.:ie : kio v :. you sew it on. Don't cut the button- FIRST MAP OF THE SKY On board
Nashville. take the mean daily tern- gegs ?he larvae, pupa", ihb ti7ne they hole largn-r with a penknife so as to FIRST MAP OF THE SKY. On board
.$ I.::nrinpham ^Age-Herald of ye-- perarure above 6 degre;-s C, or 43 de require to hart'. t, whe-"' ore oflex. make It tit the button. Lt w.w Iee 1,4o Y Betor t. tLaeo Inde
Du J. -rnne rcriv eed a t rc~ F. Add them together for an ent- terminating I'lem: ani: thin, insita.l And don't-oh. don't-leave the needle Chr ilan Etm. party in thb
*.. m Lisvi]le eterda- tire year. If the sum amounts to 10.- of having a few enhui:a-ic wo'keri in rour Ih.oir when you are through At a very early period in the history scorninf to 1
S'.i a'nc thai IhDnnc a leli- 00 ci or 18.000 F., it marks the isoth ;he whole town will bevrotp interest- sewii. You may discover it unexpect- of astronomy it Uwrs felt that the stars of the guar
H .n i ardo a cTractfor t erm in question. The sme rule ap- ed. andFi o m-the Low i iacln.nn'l edly.--K.ansas C'Ity Star. should he divided into distinct groups the sentries
Sun:. aliit's of nrad for the plies to the southerIn hemisphere. A. Fill Uo the Low Places. -- ds

S' .. a.. Nashviilc running into all points between these two isoth- "Breeiing places around town are or constellatioua. This important ask logue was (
Sh-r ,- ..,:, tields. Th,. new road erms. where it is not too dr?. the cli- to he rontrollccl by t'i. city aut:;ri- has engaged the attention of astrono- entry Y
-' 'Vi: on of -he Nor:h Ala- matic conditions under which the ties. Some places an be fill'.l nl DANDRUFF DON'T WASH OUT. mers from remote times and has only asleep,sentr
: .S,'w runs :(, the \'ulcan Stegom.'ia fasciatus thrives are ful- Others can be d,,ched. ';.sh can bx been brought to Its present perfection sir! Officer-
.a .'t. r is otherwise filled. The whole state of Florida is introduce.! In s.amo or duckweed, and The Germ that Causes It Has to Be by a long series of Intellectual efforts. sentry. Sen
i'c:eh was built by the included within the humid division of so on. The :n:eilous American will Destroyed, to Cure Dandruff. According to Clement of Alexandria, am. Officer
fin.l ways and meaas. if only he enlists it was Chiron, believed to be the mak- you say you
S and Nashville will.-- ---- in earnest. Many a woman spenl'; an houe er of the first celestial globe, who, 1,420
.10.0(i0 in opening th:" "To control the salt marsh breele-s twice a week scoring her scalp, thin- before the Christian era divided
~ xconstruction.I at l' ty is a state problem. an: cannot be dis- inc that by hcrubbing off te scurf sh- y the starry heavens into constellations Electric w
ccussed nere. Nor dgoet it concern 'll cure the dandruff. Two hours a
S: soe of the richestt paces without the range of their ni- ek at the age of 410 years, she ha' and so mapped out the sky. Newton and named
S h sa of tAlabama. b aon-sa twcny m!le o r more lecnt 260 (ays of 12 hrs each, or upheld this opinion, which is further the great sc
'pc who have made a from the coast. Nor need. it deter any two-thirds of a year of hor life, in that corroborated In the book of Job, where the top of o
S'h seams. HOST TT R'S place from waging war against :rs ,ain hoDe, vain because you can't cure allusion Is made to Orion, the Pleiade, next. The w
pas:n Savre wi:l I local m-qtitoew. thereby getting rid'candruff without killing the dandruff, and the Hyades, a proof that at a very telegraphing
Branch of th. War- BoTA AM B T f disease carriers, germ. ind the only hair preparation early period there had been a grouping much longer
Sx-end into ha coa: STOMACH BITII R "In conclusion, permit me to say on earth that will do that is Newbro'- of the stars. feet or more
C, A,-:1 the two h.anches :hat the rime is coming. and not far "Herpicid"--also a delightful hair Hesiod in his "Works and Days," speed as ligi
A great deal of thi, distant, when the toleration of mos. ressing and thorongs antiseptic written 2,700 years ag3. also refers to But the ligl
.a been purchased For pT- iting stomaach c.iroes will be a municipal crime. e2ainct all contagion from use of several of the constellations as though few mi" Ant
S"l w months by the fe That thy can be controlled is no long- c'her's !ai-- brushes. Sold by leading their names were familiar to his read-
SCoal Company, e- a question, but a demonstrate druggists. For sale by \V. A. D'Alem- ers. si
s.,cure a large out- er and ague it is unequal fact. and it now remains with us to berte, drutgist and apothecary, 121 S. Annt Racl
: :,..- which are being' decide whether we will be leaders or: Palafox. end 10 cents in stamps for: or t ve pth of Wes*n. up with Ar
d etraafe followers in this beneficient crusade." sample to The Herplcide Company, The deepest wells n Europe are at again, often
veqi erda after- !.Detrolt, Mlich.
-ye,)- erday after- .w o Passy, France, depth 2,000 feet; at La you to mar
,,nirpany would conm-i- EAST END GOSPEL Chapelle. Paris. depth 2,900 feet; at he? Miss M
a r as onfirma- MEETING CLOSES TO-NIGHT. Grenelle, Paris depth 1,798 fe at but I supp
Iwas recei ved t, E N eusalwerk, near Minden, depth times to ma
fir: work was to The East End special gospel meet- QRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLt feet; at Kssengea, Bavarla,
!1: that the work, ings close to-night. The baptlsing M. F. GONYAL Z & CO, Propl 1,787 feet; at perenber, near Berlin, The
pidily as possible. takes place at Bayou Texar at the rail- altat ts I depth 4,190 feet, which s said to be rubby-D
0 -- Pntn road crossing at 3:30 this afternoon. the deepest In the world, ad at Pesth. to bring 3
Petenntiary Burned. The final meeting will be at the CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUNO Hunary, epst a 1t teet In the Wifey-I co
I. 26---Fire has Wright's mill shed to-night at 7:30 STOCK FEED. United Btates thb arm wel located insisted on
Sa penitentiary here, and a special sermon to the church fy yew meal and tock ted trom at St. Lals de4st M t ft; at Lolus- your telegr
areregating $50.000. and young converts by Rev. W. F. tim h ** manuf*ctarer, mcowag, lieM dpih &' l ftet; at Cohimbs,
'r rumored when are Wagner. Sunday school and services ome ladMstry, aitwIbute tO o bO o o dep ut st, s~ a at Charles-
There were no fat-. next Suday at the Wright's mil shed, ab, is d Im kv 5w a, a C., &WI Read the
conducted by pastor, Rev. S. Y. P dty. ---



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Shirt Waist will be marked down regardless.of
king. We are determined not to take stock of
ill sell them.
he season is over in the hope of getting a long
prioe they will bring.


11 White Belfast Linen Suits, sty-
lishly made. Sizes 34, 36 and 38,
made to retail at $6.00 each; to
close out quick, we say......S239
3 suits of Best White Belfast Linen
Buttonhole Embroidered, and
Hemstitched; made up for the
finest trade, to sell at $12.00,
now ..........................$6.90
$2.00 Dotted White Percale or
Natural Colored Lawn Suite,
sizes 36. 40 and 42, to clear up
now for ...................... 75
6 Percale Shirt Waist Suits, White
grounds with colored dots, well
made, worth $3.00 each. sizes 34,
36, 40 and 42, to go at ........ 98
$4.00 Colored Lawn and Percale
Suits, well made, sizes 32, 34,
36, 40 and 42, to go now at ... .$1.9
15 mercerized Satteen Suita,
S worth $5.00 and $6.00 each. sizes
34, 36, 38, 40 and 42, to go now
for ........................... "90
$1.50 and $1.75 Fine White Lawn
Waists, now .................. 98c
All our Fine White Waists marked
down in this special cut-price sale.
$1.25 Blue Stitched DuCk Skirts
to go at ............ .......... .69
$2.00 Brown Linen Batiste Skirts,
trimmed in Tucks and Buttons,
to go at ......................980
$2.00 White Pique Skirts, Braided
and Faggoted, to go in; this sale
at ................ ......... 9
$3.00 Extra White Pique Skirts,
Trimmed with ,Embro4dery, to
go at ......................... r -39


le at 9 a. m. Thursday, one case of very sheer
n new and stylish designs, actually worth 25c


he Sober Oneer. 3--it---s
the British troopship St. *
f6i, on a voyage round the TERSEIY TOLD
a, an officer left a convivial BUSINESS LOCALS. *
e saloon at midnight and,
be escorted by the sergeant .
d, proceeded alone to visit Hendrix & Carpenter wfl t
When the following dia- estimates on building and painting
overheard: Officer-Sentry? and give personal attention to work.
es, sir. Officer You're 932 B. Strong, and 824 East &I:Rta
'y. Sentry-Oh, no, I'm not. streets.
-But I say you are asleep,
try-Very well, then, sir, I McKlnzie Oerting & Co., whlesae
-Then why on earth didn't and retail ship chaddlers and grocers,
were asleep, sentry? the only first-class house of the kind
in Pensacola. Fair prices to al
lectrle Waves.
aves measured by Hertz- Why use inferior paper, wbhb yea
after him-were found by can buy Kelso Bond, ren ch ly,
dentist to be 150 feet from Kara Linen, or Crane's Boiat LV.
ne wave to the top of the Thompson's, 30 S. Palati .
waves used by Marconi in
across the Atlantic are
. They are said to be 600
P. They travel at the same
ht, 184.000 miles a second. W5
ht wave measures only a A W
hs of an inch.
ttmta Her Rtikt.
iel-I see you've patched it a,
chie, and he's coming here .l s -
er than ever. He's asked -
ry him fifty times, hasn't Can't afford to wear "Ik
andy--Oh, dear. no, aunty, ly good" laundry work.,
Oe he has asked me fifty do only the
rry him.--Chicago Tribune.
rateral -mesa e. Lasry WUot
didn't I telegraph you noti
rour mother with youl The r ta
uld not help it, Frank. She
coming after shed read a
m.-New Yorker. La U l y,
37 L Garen St. Pl"a 19
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There was nothing In the article
quoted that could be distorted inta
opposition to the issue of bonds on
the part of the News. We have al-
ways been in favor of bonding the
city and still favor it. k was that
there might be no hitch in the adop-
tion of the ordinance that we advo-
cated publicity.
When such frivolous affairs as the
landing of the carnival king or the
euspensila of the fireworks ordinance
are deemed of sufficient importance
to warrant the widest publicity, cer-
tainly a matter that to a great extent
Involves the future prosperity of Pen-
saeola should have at least as much
The importance of this was sug-
gested to the proper committee and
by them to the council, who ob-
jected to informing the public any fur.
other than had already been done.
aince the establishment of this pa-
pe in 1889 it has use its influence
in the upbuilding of the city, and not
once during that time has its editorial
columns been used in wholesale de-
nunciation of its officials and adver-
tising to the world a state of moral
leprosy that was said to exist in our
Yes, we are in favor of bonds and
trust that the ordinance will be adopt-
ed. We are also in favor of the coun-
cil taking the people into their confl-
deanc and letting them know what is
betng done.
This is all very good and we are glad
to see it. Now if the News really
neans what it says, we trust it will
quit kicking. No one else has any
complaint about the matter at all.
Pbr the information of our contem-
porary, however, we may state that
the bond ordinance to which it refers



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Wfn you le v the ity fr your
summer vacation have The Peeasola
Jimal follow you. Notify eircula
tle manager, Phone 38.

SDaly News Says It Will
.S*pwort Bond Isu?
We are glad to note that oar even-
fmg contemporry, the Daily News,
.row avows its friendliness to the pro-
posed bond Issue for public improve-
tents which Pensacolians rwi'be call-
ed to vote upon next month. In ye-
terdy's issue it says:
The Journal in an editorial today
asks if this paper is opposed to the
issue of bonds for municipal improve-
miats, and quotes an article from yes-
terday's News as the cause for the in-

has already been adopted. The coun- probably didn't waste any time fooling
el voted for it unanimously and with Uncle Russ Sage on Hettie Green.
the mayor signed It. The bond issue
itself will be voted upon by the people KICK VIGOROUSLY
Birmingham, Ala, is one of the few
A copy of the Columbus Eenlng Southern cities that has entered a
Post, the new dally started In Colum-protestagainst being included n the
bus, Miss., by Edward Fitagerald amd' protest against being included n the
- Mcrids former of the Bartow quarantine, and the papers published
ie. McBrienformant, has erl ehed Bar there have joined in a vigorous kick
Journal's exchnformange has reach. Thed The against the action of Governor Jelks
exchange table The Pots in ordering a general state quarantine
a e looking paper, editorally typow rlean
graphically, and otherwise, and if the against cities between New
Sand the Alabama state line. The Blr-
people of Columbus know a good thingI mingham Ledger has the following to
when they See It they ill give this say upon the subject
new daily a patronage so liberal that u
Birmingham is quarantined against
as success will be assured from the New Orleans. That means a great re.
stut. striction on business and great incon-
venience to many people. It means
A PASSING TERROR that we advertise to the world that
* THE YELLOW FEVER. Birmingham Is afraid of the fever,
The Memphis Commercil-Appeal when really not one person in one hun-
T Mel dred feels the remotest uneasiness.
takes the following very sensible It is *rue that a quarantine affords
vrew of the yellow fever situation as several men good salaries, for four
ft bas developed i* New Orleans: months If the salaries begin now.
The source of thA yellow fever that A quarantine is a cobweb so far as
h appeared in New Orleans has been protection is concerned. If it be mos-
trea abroad thus showing what qitoes that carry the disease, the mos-
any experts have always contended, qultoes cannot be quarantined. They
namely, that the disease does not c fy from house to house, from New
origiaate in this country. The 8ur- Orleans to Birmingham.
geo-General of the United States a till, some of the doctors want a
few years ago had a paper in one of quarantine and they have it. It is a
th maguzlnes, in which he held that kind of mind cure. Many nervous peo-
during the century, the yellow fever ple can be frightened, and as the fever
bad appeared in this country nearly Cmnot come here. nor stay if a case
Yrv year. and wherever the origin comes, it really doesn't matter. We
ws traceable, it could be traced to simply advertise ourselves badly. That
Caba, Brazil or other places of the is the only bad thing about a quaran-
Somth of us. tine. The city will suffer by it, but
tf the fever is alien to the United the nervous people will have their
tate.s as we may safely assume, the mind cure, and perhaps It is all right.
thing to do is to keep It out of this
country and to establish such sani- Mr. Root i said to be erecting po-
try safeguards that. if it does get in, ltical faoe with a view to corral-
ft will have no opportunity to spread. Ing the preldency in 190S. And Taft
Yellow fever has appeared ain Phtla- 10,l00 miles away!
dlphia and New York in years gone
by; and we believe it has even broken A seom hat tidIous but not nnret.
eat In Europe. if adected a lodgement esoable bacel gentleman whoe
n Philadepala because the sanitary aleepig aemrts gentle Paho
po-1s there wr m tiaht ... at.Jt a partmeas i frontona P&ito
W*Mlh h ras I" -two fabove, ubfr k Ufgt,- 11 fqft to

There i, however, one difficulty that

The Journal Prfnted Dur-
Ing dJau, 1905, a
Total of



or an average

4:~, EC)4

The following figures show The Pen-,
sacola Journal's circulation for each
day during the month of June; 1905,
with the average number of copies







Total for the month....... 117,100
Average per day.. ...... 4,504
I hereby certify that tha above state-
ment is correct according to the rec-
ords on ile in this office.
Circulation Mgr.
Sworn to and asbscribed before me
this 0th day of Ju @. IL
P. TOrSy .
Huy Plub" \

11 10 I Ei lkAAl L 1 l112j 1Li -1O1P RE O lFTHE
IfAY, which tempts so many men beyond their endurance. In the
last few years, eight or ten at the most, it has become much more
common. Where it was formerly confined to a few large cities it now
extends to almost every little country town, tempting and corrupting
all whom it touches and bringing with it ruin and sorrow and disgrace.
There is probably not a man who does not know personally some
good man who has become involved by it, some man who had had the
highest reputation, perhaps justly earned by an honorable and blame-
less life and a business career of unswerving rectitude, who has been
tempted into the use of other people's money TO SAV IIIMSELF.
No one knows until he tries it how great that temptation is or can be
sure he can resist it. The only safe way is to avid it. No man who
assumes the responsibility of the custody of funds belonging to others .
should take the riqk of subjecting himself to this temptation or
allow others with whom lie divides such a trust to do so. We have
entirely too much of the bankers using their banks for their PRI-
VATE gain.
I want to say a few words about the duties and responsibilities of
bank directors, those duties which are so plain IN THEORY and
are so often badly neglected in practice. In many cases of failure the
directors are as much surprised as any one, simply because they have
not exercised their rights and performed their duties AS THEY
HAVE SWORN TO DO. In such cases they are more to blame
than any one. If all boards of bank directors would do their FULL
duty, bank failures would almost come to an end. We would very
seldom have such sudden and sensational failures of banks, looted
from the inside by men who have stood high in their communities
and thought to be models of honesty and trustworthiness.
The point I wish to emphasize is that the responsibility for bank
management is by law placed UPON THE BOARD OF DIRECT-
ORS. By accepting a place on a bank board and taking the oath
of office a man accepts this responsibility and swears he will diligently
and honestly administer the affairs of the association.

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the s tt t sweseing depart t tat will be hauS, Iea O w whiedich *a'
the Palato paemet he sprnked be- the arrange a mere n THE AGNIFICNT p. te orl d so over
fore it is swept at lght. The s ug "o rVe w thse "Buckman LRIDA CIT. IF'RasA HIs te lifted en-
gestn s a eemnt me really route," while others wil try the "East l dCtoldtebes physicians
should have been pat mato operation Coast Canal route," still there ion't t Tampa Times. *A %t NeT tonic. A bl;
4,lnagFroms enWttry standpoint be enough routes for them all to run 0 IJ, e, l
streetwheIt Is dry, while the dust will be the mo popufr of all after
street when it is dry, while the dst the din of the battle is o'er-Orl o ,
- rites and blows 1 all direction, is an Star. A caref'f comparison between th
extremely dangerous one. Public 1 * climates o the north and the south
L COMPANT. talth demands that the street sho Prais. .- Judge Gordon. leaves such a tremendous balance In Na. 1L.
be sprinkled before it is swept. we Irt our h-lts i r 'ee fav wondered their subectin t not i better HC. COV, N LCLA R, s CaseS..
W Am msm. Judge Horace C. do of T unpa, understood, that the mas the C LAMAR, Vke.m JNO. PhEIFER, e Cashir.
Mr. John 0. Wood has returned Who promptly ruled that there could understood that the m --d of t NN e
from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. F. be no plea in his court of "self-de- people of the country do not univer- IlI I TIL I N
X3ATED RBS A Manker, in Indinapolis, Ind., fense" in a case of the assassin of sally recognize thep climate of the
and alsoWFM RHS TA OI OAT daJ home and character, inflicting :a south as more promfortable. Theu lt PEN, A.
.-... --l where he had most enjoyable time murderous assault upon the dupe of as well as moterm whichomfortable. The all P AOL FLA
EON R- and also Louisville and French Lick ~ -sand.-Jacksonvllle Floridian. recent ne aed term which extended allI ATED DEPOSITORY OF UD SATS
over the north and slew and disable DESIGNATE DEPOSITORY O UNITED STATES
SSprings, being altogether a very, people from the Rocky mountains to CapItal Sto, $200,000 S rIu, S40,000
0 S > ...II ......., beneficial trip.-Daily News. a The Panama Situation .the Atlantic affords a very appropriate -
O" WI I........... 3 If Mr. Wood really did all this he "We don't die as fast as the French text, a fair and reasonable starting J. Wh .
W.g Wo y S m ~. 1 M -0 O must have had the time of his life. did,.but then our digging also is below point. ary l gton, L ?Avr,
iuftr'a A. to a Av.ryL
t Iews ta. IHow about it, J. G.? par," constitutes the information, a Such afflictions never visit this see- PfefW. W. Mlton, r
New York contemporary has of the tion, even in those sub-tropical regnms B3ryan DMawody, 0. Mara,
The Igorrotes ana' Moros will also Panama situation. At is forgotten that to which Florida belongs. The heat Frank R iUy. W L CawtbM
AP ROM WHI ADTAIL give Secretary Taft a warm welcome the president is bossing the conditions of summers by no means too intense ~ C. A. O'Nel,
SA r give Secretary Taft a warm welcome there? It s not his "luck" to be the pre as to be accompanied by those disas- .
CAN OM If they get a good chance. siding genius of the canal as the Mikado trous consequences which decimate Brner, MY Mle Oer. t
and the Czar watch over the eastern the north. In Florida sunstroke is un- V. U'.Atmer, eUs Mceowin,
Is GOem mt toet. g-',4YX^ ^t-laMg^~i~ g unpleasantness? Would a Japanese known, and in the southern states-gen- J.R .L Sad Covlagton.
0" m SI .grumble at hardships permitted by the rally the same thing is true.
NEWS AND VIEWS Mikado? Would a Russian groan over e Acm n of Ba hld a A Cor0ro and nm k
St FROM STATE PAPERS. # a defeat his Czar "permitted?" And The ravages of winter, Ae freezings Accu o ,per en hrtorl pid W o Tinm Deo el. i
SDAY '* MO G shall not Americans be "loyal" as are of course unknown in the south.
SDAY IMORNING. JULY 27. 1905. .,-,;.',-.-; ...i these? Let the kicks be-censored.- The privations and injury to health
!Jacksonville Times-Union. of winter are a negligible quantity.
lessons in recent years. The first is The State Fair Midway. Or. the contrary the diseases due to
the value of sanitation, and the second The Tribune wants its readers all he winter season are very common .. H B V.-Pr. and CaW.
is not to get panic-stricken when the over Florida to take a hand in the Besidea s possessing the advantages in O. W. BRENT, Cu iller. W. N. VPhM s JALsL Cat
words, yellow fever, are mentioned naming of the MidwayPike-Trail, et- A short time ago sm e B two extremes, the south is equatl- C. W.
There was a time when these words' cetera, of the Florid Statefir. It A short time ago some men were those two extremes, the south is equal-
,ere as carefully eliminated from a will make it to everybody interest engaged in putting up telegraph poles ly blessed in the bearing and influence
Memphis newspaper, as the mentionto take part in the christening, by of- on some land belonging to an old farm- of those medium temperatures which
of any kind, of Intoxicatng drink is firing a prize of one year's subsc:'ip-er who disliked seeing his wheat are denominated good and normal
forbidden n the pages of the Lads' tion to the Daily Tribune to he person trampled down, according to the vera- weather. There are fewer diseases of
Home Journal. An enthusiastic jag. who suggests the name which, in the clous Register of Great Bend, Kan. :all kinds incidental to the tempera-
erroneously labeled "a suspicious Judgment of a committee of citizens, The men produced a paper by which tureand moisture. The notion that
case" once sent several thousand peo- is deemed to be the most appropriate.: they said they had leave to put the malaria abounds more in the south
pie out of Memphis and must have Tampa Tribune. poles where they pleased. The old than iny arsing from the classic cation O NL
1 Mainly arising from the classification
costthe town at eas s Will T Good Wind.farmer went back and turned a large of diseases by physicians. Of actual f
mere mention of the disease was once CWil Tak* GO aWind iIbull in the field. The savage beast ague there are sections of the north
as disastrous to the business of the Candidates for governor are being made after the men, and the old farm- which rival the most maligned
city as the rifle shot in the Alp that groomed already for the next race. Iter, seeing em running from the field, ps of the ssissppi ale
may Jar loose the avalanche. will take good wind to make speed till er, seeing.them running from the field, swamps of the Mississippi valley.
But we of the South have outlived he bunch homes nde ir. shouted at the top of his voice: "Show And when it comes to the industrial ltU UK&o rO. w VW A. Rl Wne Vd it
Monticello News. him the paper! Show him the paper'!" feature of life the south has sufficient
all that Of course there are some I advantages to redeem it if the count T, I Hyle ,
people who thrive on "scares," but F a is ctactlon. were against it on all thetheher points.
the public can no longer be stamped- West Florida is claiming the privil.-a srto.
ed. Sanitation has made epidemics ege of furnishing the next governor of A teacher in a western public school The saving of fuel, the number of days
thingof the a i hs counr th state, and it is said that the woods was giving her class the first lesson in in the year in which the ordinary avo- U l EE m A
aNewtleianshasten riticise in rare full of gentlemen In that end ofI subtraction. "Now, in order to sub- nations of life cana be pursued with f I A-f- 'i a M W Al W
soe quarters or not having pubish-d the state who have raised their politl- tract," she explained. "things have to comfort out of dea rs, and in every
ed to the world under scareheadsthe cal lightning rods.-Braidentown' be always of the same denomination. p ulr relating e We drew m r own 11 il f E Vesel. Zbrsed p the MsN
fact that there were several cases of Jcurnal. F For instance, we couldn't-take three superiorr. Notsithstanding the im- on S Btai f Trm and i ol
yellow fever n her confines. Seconds the Nominationapples from four pears or six horses mense number of stricken northerners iml-lF, sbinol u ake Payabe P
ere are a number of good rea- Secods the Nomination. from nine dogs." who come south to spend their last .RU S I e_ atlsU a Te T8
shere ae a number of good ret We see by the state press that A hand went up in the back part of digftow wt de, oe-DnnarT aY'
sons why she should do nothing o r Setzer of the Hornet is to be days n a condition of mitigation of gQ t epemS sel Arrie ui
the kind. When typhoid fever appears entered in the next gubernatorial rac the room. torture to gain a new lease of life,
in a city, It is never "featured" In entered in the next gubernatorial race. e this section Is far
n a city, it is never "featured" n We rise to second the nomination.- "Teacher," shouted a small boy, the death rate of this section is far
such a way as to alarm the entire Gainesville Star. "can't you take four quarts of milk lower than in the north.
country; yet typhoid is a much more from three cowsr'-Harper's Weekly. With all these truths patent and
deadly disease than yellow fever. Stevens vs. Lamar. plain it is diicult to understand why Safrty Dpas Bt For Ret, in Co ecto wi which
Philadelphia and other northern cities Neve comes from the westernart Wi o t. at the north persist in belief.
have thousands of cases o typhoid of te state tht Hon. Jefferson D. Grayce-Eythe is pretty foxy. She I and spreading baseless slanders
It epidemic, but it is not made the Stephens, a member of the last legis- won't say anything about her love af- to the detriment of the south. It is
t epds sensation of the day. Why mic, ut it is not made the lature from Jackson county, will run fairs, but I have an idea that she has a matter of wonder that they do not
ews sensato n ofd the dat hyfor congress against the Hon. W. B. finally acceptedyoungSapleigh. Gladys thousands to gain the benefits and 8a
of New Orleans make any more of mr.-Starke Telegraph. -In that case she is apt to soon show blessings of our superior climate. They
of New Orleans make any more of a
yellow fever than Philadelphia makes Eli Will Also Run. her hand.-Lolsville Courier-Journal. would be far happier and live longer. t 4 r 1t P -9919R.
of typhoid, or some other city does of It is the opinion of some that at the
SI h a opportune moment Hon. W. H. EDlls of
There is hardly any more danger of Gadsden will enter the race for the T L HIJ 0. T--M.i
yellow fever becoming epidemic any- 1908 gZbernatorial sweepstakes. Mr. ', r a dpEoUmme
where In the South than there is of Ellis displayed his sprinting proclivi
typhoid becoming epidemic in the tie in the campaign of last year.-BPa. Bk i rect ornk,
North, indeed there is hardly as much. latka Times-Herald.t z ns N national
We have learned thoroughly the les- Should ss ou e. o
son of sanitation and we no longer An Unworthy Imputation. ShOu ld AR5ssu meL =.. -mWWnri Mr.1 Y Weair
fear the once dreaded visitant. We They do say that polities was the A t ow Moee t. l w O l
should therefore teat yellow fever trump card in the university deal and the Responslbility A GENERAL SLNKING I USINE. TRANISC
Just as we would any other undesir- that a promise of support for governor
able disease. Whenever it appears, given one of the board of control was of gtanagerm ent
we should be ready to battle with it the card that turned the trick.-Madl- -
with the best weapons that sanitation son New Enterprise. .... ....__ _
can provide. Least of all should we e e., By WILLAM BARRETT RIDGELY. Comptroller ** *I**m."..II
fear it. There is no need to court it. Diving Suits Needed. of the Currency J. S. BESU', Presidet. E. W. MX s' Cshier.
of course, but no man ought to let the If this stealing of bicycles is not R. N. CART, Vice-Presdent.
mere name of the thing inspire him soon checked, Jacksonville will have TH P OP L BA K O P NSA
with terror. So far as Memphis is to equip her policemen with diving f HE ruin of a bank is practical always the result of fraud T E E S B e R. a
concerned, the alert Dr. Jones is on suits, so they can fish the frames Diretorn--L J. R o, J. Reese W. DeC. Kee R. M. Cy
deck. and if it should ever become out of Hogan's Creek.--Jackeonville or the ne of its funds in undue and unlawful amount w. A. D'Alemberte T1. A. Jennings
necessary, he may be relied on to do Times-Union. BY ITS OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS This TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSBIN 8.
everything to keep the disease out. * YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPCTFCTY 80LCITrD.
The most troublesome thing about The Next Campaign. money is sometimes lost in legitimate enterprises, through - ..*SSSSISS--. O--....*.*-*-. .. i. .S .......
the appearance of the disease in New There is one thing that the people bad judgment and mismanagement, but far the most fre-
Orleans seems to be the quarantine, won't have to do in the next campaign.
The solitor for "ad a and that is they won't have to "urge"i quent cause for actual stealing or defalcations in banks is speculation.
uThe solicitor far "Fads and lkncteR" ,obernatoriai candidates into the rac. T T DlTT A TT TTTT T Tt Tc1 r,




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PETER ELL, DltrUe ter for PensacoWa.

A Aof the Interdenominational Ministers'
Meeting of Jacksonville and Duv.al
SCounty, Florida do most unqualifedly
r w denounce said law as unjust; and we
UNC/ NS TITUT" lON AL r I otdemn'the spirit which prompts this
as being contrary to the 'golden rule,'
Sand is caulated only to engender ill
Swill and strife between the races.

C l efr et t heard the and in order to preserve te eace o
efort to get the case heard by tle the community and to avoid possbh;e
Supreme Court on rida. th clashes between our people and the
In referring to further efforts in the street car conductors and tootormen,
BOYCOTT ON THE JACKSONVILLE case yesterday, County Solicitor Bryan we advise the members of our race
STREET CARS BY NEGROES IS "'I have great respect for Judge not to ride on the street cars.
DECall's opinion on this act. s in all "Resolved, third, That these resolu.
DECLARED OFF AND THEY ARE questions but I consider It my duty tons be printed and distributed as
RIDING AS USUAL-WILL BEa county olicitor to take it up t widely as possible among our people.
the supreme court for it to pass on, Respectfully submitted,
TAEN TO SUPREME COURT. and for the further reason that in all "REV. J. MILTON WALDRON, D. D.,
the other cities of the state where "Chairmnn.
there are street car companies the "REV. S. A. WILLIAMS,
.ack vile Tims-Unio f people are interested in a final stt- "REV. W. D. CERTAIN,
tlement of the matter. i am told by "REV. H. C. WILLIAMS,
: ..y contained the tolowing rela- j. A. Abbott. the clerk of the senate "REV. L. B. ELLERSON, Secretary.
.he decision of Judge Call on judiciary committee. that section 7 of "Committee on Resolutions.
S-Jim Crow" law: this act the part declared unconstiku "Rev. J. S. TODD, D. D., -
t t p of t titional by Judge Call, was an ameni- "President the Interdenominational
i that that part of the Avery mast to the Avery bill by the senate Ministers' Meeting of Jacksonville
S. :ng for the separation of the judiciary committee at the suggestion and Duval County, Flarida.
Sa referred to the privilege of Senator W. A. louat, after careful "ROV. L. B. ELLERSON, Secretary."
in, the whkte m r rt- udy of it by him for several days. Jacksonville, Fla., June 12, 1105.
S The constitutionality of section 7 must
s ,f :- carr "as class legislation, therefore have been approved by Sena- o
=, I M~1. C'a:1 yesterday decided tor Blount and the other lawyers on Purcell in Pensacola.
S. o:,. wa,- unr' mrn:,tutional. the senate judiciary committee. I da I. 1. Purcell, the colored attorney
a( -, am,. id;i .- 1r days ago, ot kniw when the supreme courz who formerly resided in Pensacola,
S, will consider the case. The court ad- but who recently located in Jackson.
*:" r: o' :l.s < rpus for Andrew icurs on net Saturday until October ville, and who with his partner, J.
T'a"',. -o ":b* colored nan who has 1, and will try to get them to take it Douglas Wetmore, has been fighting
.;c. ::. Ja: wat;-:; a disposition of up on next Friday." the Jim Crow street car baw in the
I*.. ia i wa. ar;v 1 by Wetmore Want Hearing Postponed. courts on the ground of unconstitu-
P:- ::. Thi, cuio, -d attorneys rep-; Wetmore & Purcell will make an tionallty, was in Pensacol yesterday
'.nP Ia:e:rso.n, anr by County effort to have the hearing postponed iettlng up some of his business here.
S or -\ an for Shleriff Pickett. until after the vacation of the supreme Wetmore & Purcell won their case
S"-rv se" ora; groiiids cited bY court, which begins onc he 30th in- be fre dg JeCall ini th circuit deour
.( "rn. : I Qtr :'he plaintiff, most stant, and which will continue for six sing t Jac t
S: h w claim -at it was a neeks. They desire to rtudy the au- ng that the law was unconstitutional.
14:, of ,ht, fourteen In amendment thorities in the case further, and it i-s he state will now takehe case to he
o. r,si-ution. The objection understood that they will cite that supreme court of 'lor!Ja, and Atr-
vhirh Judgt (Call ruled the bill part of the law which provides that ney Purcell says eh will g to Tllas
-;'.':uona was also referred to he conductor in charge of cars ar 0 see to-day to look after his side of
arnnmnts. In rendering his have police powers. The claim tha it If the rda supreme court should
.-on Judge Call stated it briefly. he titut th tat ves reverse Judge Call's decision, the col
"o s g toored lawyer says they will then appeal
Colored People Elated. ithe legilatre the right to delegate. .elaers the i te snupprme
Police power, but it also states that the cae to the United States supreme
Pre weree a few whites and a great the ocers so created shall take the court.
rl:: colored peop!, in the courtroom oath. The Avery law does not pro-.
h. decision was rendered. The vide for an oath n the part of the'
. ... i peop;- rushed f-om the court conductors anJ Attorney Wetmore! MENTAL ACCURACY.
t -.: the tires s:r, e car !,I or.ier stated yesterday that he believed that
:wi.v might spread the news his was a strong point upon which Greatly Improved by Leaving off Cof-
S:,:.: *hi members of their race. Act-, to fight the case. fee.
: i 'ie decision of .;miie Call. th. The co!cred atorneey stated yeste- e m r of an e c m
S- Electric C pan remov- dy tha he would goto Tllhss Te manager of an extensive cream-
S -igns on their cars at noon;Thursday, and take his stenographer ery in Wisconsin states that while a
v "-.. and the colored people by: witt him. His par-.- i in Pensacola, 1 regular coffee drinker, he found it in-
:::consent declared the boycott and he has been asked b:- wire to come curious to his health and a hindrance
:io to Tall:iassee at once. to the performance of his business
r:?ion of Judge Calil wln no" The r'!s'osition of this rase by Judge! duties.
:, case is to be carried to the several cases against the street I ever used coffee to excess, but I know
car companies for violations of the. that it did me harm, especially during
law. There were several of these the past few years.
Qo l cases, which were to have been heard "It impaired my digestion, gave me
before Justice WUlard Aa Saturday. a distressing sense of fullness in the
a These cases will be dismissed by Jus' :-egion of the stomach, causing a most
The Leaders in twicee Willard or continued until the su- painful and disquieting palpation of
SF preme court has acted in the matter. the heart, and what is woree, it mud-
L0 p~sOW j' Iu rTook the Front Seats. died my mental faculties so as -to se-
Colored people who rode on the riously injure my business efficiency.
Street cars yesterday were few. but i: "I concluded, about S months ago,
.'-ns for the Celebrated was understood that 4he preachers that something would have to be done

ck i BiCh L t boycott. Those who rode yesterday sl-ort off. and began to drink Potum
Swe creeful ot t take the rear seats, 1bood Coffee. The cook didn't make it
ntAPt ough there did not appear to be any rirbt at first-she didn't boil It long
disposition to make themselves obnox- enough, and I did not find it palatable
I ious. In fact, throughl the boycott ad quit using it and went back to
n which has been the moat complete l ti e old kind of coffee and to the
the history of this or perhaps any stomach trouble again. Then my wife
C WI other city in the soutn, the colored took the matter in hand, and by tol-
C OR WRITE FOR PRICB AND people have conducted themselves king the directions o0. the bat,
TERMS. without any attempt to make trouble, faithfully, she had me drinking Postum
S, --R The persistency of the boycott has for several days before I knew it.
SGRADE ORGANS AT LOW been one of the great surprises of the When I happened to remark that I was
PRICES summer. Since July 1 there have been feeling much better than I had for
Cl no colored people to ride on the cars, a long time, she told me that I had
Cutter MusiC HOUsO and they have observed the terms of been drinking Postum, and that ac-
"4 S. Palafox t. the boycott to the letter counted for it. Now we have no other
SSeveral weeks before the law went kind of cofee on our table.
into effect the laterdenomlatkonal "My digestion ha been perfectly re-
LET US FURNISH Ministers' Meeting of Jacksonville, stored and with this improvement has
YOUR 'which had the matter Ia charge and come relief from the opprerlve sense
directed the boycott, passed the fol- of fullness and palpiation at the heart
ICE CRE AM lowing resolutl : that used to bother me eo, and I dote
The Ueyut Rohlti*as. such a gain in mental ,stteath aad
"Whereas, The Legislature of the acuteness that I can attend to my olce
.ING UP state of IFlor7 a recently enacted a work with ease and pleasure and with-

to hnmiliate a m ae s who do n ,t annoying to me while I was sing the
travel in the caprclty of servants, and old kind of coffee.
PHONE No. 1104. which is calcalted to create further "Postum Pood Co~ee is the gestet
"- Z-. ti friction between the ~rae and destroy table drink oftte times. in my himble
Zrarragossa and Tarrae e~' th. self-respect of our people; there- estimatto ." Name give by 1 m
QUANTITY. "Relave, TLt W the ale 'B There'a "la.






The Jacksonville Times-Union says:
Owing to the steamer from Key Weet The Mobile Register of yesterday
being three hours late In- reacblng has the following relative to the cases
Miami yesterday morning. Dr. Joph of spicious fever discovered on the
Y. Porter, State Health Officer, did steamer Columbia:
not reach Jacksonville last night as Dr. Henry Goldthwaite, health and
expected. executive officer of the Quarantine
Porter will arrive here i k Board of Mobile Bay, returned yester-
morning and will remain n Jackson- day from his visit to the quarantine
vtllec until Friday morning, when he plant in the lower bay and made the
will proceed to Pensacola and person- lo g statement relative to the re-
ally invc.tilate conditions there as to to tat e ent re liveultion In
the maintenance of the quarantine ports that have been in circulation in
the maintenance of the quarantine p^ ; ,j at quarantine
against New Orleans. regard to fever at the quarantine
To-morrow morning the State Board plant: "The steamship Columbia ar
of Health will meet i special session rived at the quarantine plant Sunday
at the oice of the board the Dyal- morning and four of her crew were
taken off and placed in the screened
Upchurchbulding. Hon. M. Hen- hpital.The cases were not diag-
dry, of Tampa, and Dr. Horace L. nosed as yellow fever and were held
Simpson, of Pensacola, who have as a matter of precaution for observa-
been reappointed by Governor Brow- tion. The Columbia proceeded to the
ard as members of the board have city, where she was unloaded u. teI
notified Mr. R. L. Durrance, the exec- police protection and with an e ra
utive clerk in charge of the office, that medical inspector on board, and re-
they will arrive here in time for the turned to the quarantine station,
meeting which was called by Dr. Por- thirty miles below the city, before
ter. Nothing has yet been heard from nightfall. Upon her return to the
Captain Harry Fozard, the newly ap- quarantine station, the vessel was re-
pointed member of the board, and it mended with the sick to Ship Island
is not probable that he will be here. quarantine station, which is sixty
Nothing new, of any particular im- miles or more west of Fort Morgan
portance, was heard from New Or- and in the Gulf of Mexico."
leans yesterday concerning the situa-
tion. Mobile's Coaan Health Bill.
Dr. Hyram Byrd, assistant to the Dr. harles Mohr, one of the state
*State Health Oficer, passed through inspectors of quarantines, said yester-
Jacksonville yesterday morning en day that he had just returned from
route to Pensacola and Flomaton. He the relay camp established at the
has been directed by Dr. Porter to state line south of Mobile and that he
take charge of the quarantine at Flom- found everything in good shape and
aton and will assume charge this workingg smoothly. The doctor said
morning. that by to-day there would be very
A strict quarantine is being main. little delay in the matter of transfer-
tained and no passengers from the in- ring crews, and things would work
fected district are permitted to enter with as little friction as possible.
Florida. Dr. Eugene Wasdin, of the United
The report sent out from New Or- States Maline Hospital Service, sta-
leans yesterday morning to the effect toned at Memphis, spent Monday and
that there had been six deaths out of part of yesterday in the city, he being
the total seventeen cases, shows that charged by the service of which he is
the disease must be of a virulent type. a representative, with Inspecting all
The death rate of more than 33% per the towns along the Gulf coast be.
cent is three times greater than the tween Mobile and New Orleans. As a
death rate during the epidemic in result of his stay in this city it is
Jacksonville in 1888. learned that he gave Mobile a clean
MOQUITO PROOF DOOR A bill of health so far as yellow fever i6
MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND concerned and left yesterday after-
WINDOW SCREENS H. G. DeILVA noon for Scranton, Miss.
SCO. 26Jlylw Because of the much exaggerated
headlines placed over the item sent
WHY INDIANS PAINT. out of Mobile last night as to four
Smen being removed from the steamer
Ap Apsehe LesreWa WldM Aeeemto IColumbia at quarantine, there was
ovw the Grote Once an old Apache Indian, when persons that some towns might issue
asked the question why the people quarantine against Mobile without
painted eir faces, told this little leg. first having made thorough investiga-
end: tion of the case. So far as ascertain-
"Long ago, when men were weak nd ed here however, no such action has
animals big and strong a chie been taken. As for towns in Alabama.
of the red en who liv n thee such action could not have been take
of the red men who lived in thee without the consent of the state board
mountains went out to get a deer, fo of health. The quarantine laws as
his people were hungry. "recently amended by the legislature
"After walking li day he saw a provide that the state board of health
deer and shot at it. but the arrow was shall have full supervision over coun-
turned aside and wounded a mountain ty boards in the matter of quarantine,
lion, which was also after the deer. and no county board can quarantine
When the lion feltthe sting of the ar- any county or town without the con-
row he jumped up and bounded after sent of the state board. The Mobile
the man, who ran for his life. county board is excepted in this, in
"He was aimed exhausted, and when tbat it is permitted to proclaim a quar-
he fell antine in cases of emergency, but the
be felt hi strength giving way he fe state board -has the power to raise
to the ground, calling on the big bear, such quarantine, if ln its opinion, it is
who, you know, is the grandfather of unjust
men, to save hima
The big bear heard the call and saw Good for Stomach Trouble and Con.
that to save the man he had to act stlpation.

quicKly, ao me *crartched hs foot an
sprinkled his blood over the man.
"Now, you know that no animal will
eat of the bear or taste of his blood.
Bo when the lion approached the man
he smelled of the blood and turned
away, but as be did so his foot scraped
the face of the man, leaving the marks
of his claws on the blood smeared
"When the man found that he was
uninjured he was so thankful that be
left the blood to dry on his face and
never washed It at all, but left it until
It peeled off.
'"Where the claws of the lion scraped
It off there were marks that turned
brown in the sun, and where the blood
stayed on It was lighter. Now all men
paint their faces that way with blood
and scrape it off In streaks when they
bunt or go to war."
A Cuitous Sta.
If you are In a certain Irish town
and are looking out for lodgings you
would probably come to the conclusion
that none are to be had, for, search as
you will for the familiar "Apartments
to Let" notice so often seen in the win-
dows of boues In other places, you
will search in vain. Instead you may
observe fastened by the flap to the
window a clean white envelope. This
is an indication to all whom It may
concern that apartments are to be had
with. This curious cutom is greatly
in vogue at the seaside health rort.
Kilkee, County Clare, where all house
that have apartments to let exhibit a
white envelope.
WPitha md Weoks.
A pretty anecdote Is related of a
chld who' was greatly perturbed by
the discovery that her brothers had
set traps to catch birds. Questioned
as to what she had done In the matter,
she replied, "I prayed that the traps
might not cateh the birds." "Any-
thing else "Yes,"be saMd; "I then
prayed that God would prevent the
birds gettia. Ito the traps, and, as
If to illustrate the doctrine of fatth and
works, "I went out and kicked the
trap all to plees."-Hounhold Words.

Anxious Moter-Why dea't you mar-
r yosag Mwasm nH ba good lks
od family, wealth and everything to
be desre& Prtty DaMter-But theen
is a*e vry importat thi dlaC
mao t -Ad-Wht is
~t1 ~ amah--A pusd

"Chamberlain's Slomach and Livcr
Tablets have done me a great deal of
good," says C. Towns, of Rat Portage,
Ontario, Canada. "Being a mild physic
the after effects are not unpleasant,
and I eon recommend them to all who
suffer from stomach disorder." For
sale by lal druggists.
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Pensacola wilt be a clean city by
Saturday. At least that is the expec-
tation of the health authorities and
city officials. The work of cleaning
up has progressed much more rapidly
than was anticipated, the citizens re-
alzing the advantage of having the
city In a thoroughly sanitary condi-
Last night Mayor Bliss stated that
the work was progressing very nicely,
and he thought that by Saturday the
city would be cleared of much refuse.
garbage and weeds, which would have
tended to make the place unhealthy.
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and certain to act,
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sale by all druggists.
Bay ExcursIon Friday.
Don't forget the tug Monarch's regu-
lar Friday excursion. head the ad. in
o-odfy's paper. 2Jlyat*

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Bids for building a Steel Bridge
across the Perdido River by Escambia
County, Florida, and Baldwin County,
Alabama, near Muscogee. Florida, will
be received until October 1st, 1905, and
will be opened by the Board of County
Commissioawes of Eacambia County,
Florida and Baldwin County, Alabama,
at Pensacola, F.oriJa on October 10th,
1905. Biddrs ,rust visit site, make
all mieasureonts. take soundings and
submit blue print with h d.
Plans and svi.rz.ztlons can b s'".
at Pensabola, Fo d.I n t'ie ofire -
A. MlcMillar. Cl-i\- te rr:tte
Court. T'h rlif s rt 1s rsa. t reja'c-.
any or hlid. Bid to be addrested
to A. M-yVi5 lm.Cl BoarJ coty

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Drluggst and Apothecary. 121 S. Palx.

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Down-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
and want your business. Prompt attention to all mall

SSaunders Mill Company


Phone 717.

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Depot Loan Office,

Ughtman 6 Klein, P rftqlt
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on Jewelry, Diamonds,
Watches, and valuables
of all kinds.
Unredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice Line Cut Glass.
Watches and clocks repaired and work delivered when prom-
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our business
in which to keep all valuables.
Office, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs House.
Phone 1127.


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Simaruba Bowel Tonlic
At wholesale by Mobile Drug Co., Mobile; Lewi A Co., Pensacola.


Consumers' lee and Fuel Cempany.
Offc-Corner Chas and Tarraoa. Phone gM.

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Whlte ie ta or dander fr w nw ty
clean p ad disinfect your hboe and prf t
fies, mice mad eachbet carry dMues.
Persian Insect Powder............... .................6wc poead
(Pull directions with each package.)
Platt's Chlorides........................................60c bottle
,Darby's Fluid.................... .......60c bottle
Chloride of LAme, half pound, 1-lb. box.............10 anr 20 cents
Crude Carbolic Acid Pure Carbolic Add.
Creloin (Pearson)..................... .......... $1.00 bottle
Tanglefoot .....................................c...... Package
Fly Button....................... ..............5Se Packag
Stearn's Electric Rat and Roach Paste..................25c box
Peterman's Ant od ...................................25c box
Peterman's Bedbug Poison........................15 and 28 cents
D'Alenberte's Bedbug Poison, guarnt'd ..................... 50c Pint
Hooper's Fatal Food..................................25c box

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.



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A mmer Drama.
kN Summer Girl with deep intent
The cunning meshes hung,
A" swaying in the idle breeze

7%e empty hammock swu

Miss Summer Girl sat down in it,
A mass of pretty fuff.
The hammock sagged a little bit-

b Shows you plat e

Miss Summer Girl was shortly joined
By Mr. Summer Man.
Appearance of the hammock then




A parted strand', a smothered shriek,
A quick eclipse of bliss;
The busted hammock on the ground
strewn ,
Sin shreds l
It like
-Tampa Tribune.
Miss Maude Walthall of Vicksburg,
Miss., is visiting her aunt Mrs. J. M.
aMoreno on West Gregory.
Mr. Will Oerting of N. McK. Oertng
& Co., has gone to Alabama to join a
house party.
Mr. W. B. Wright has returned to
the city. He left Mrs. Wright and
their handsome little sons in Johns-
town, N. Y. Mrs. Wright is so pleased
With her location that she will remain
all summer.
Miss Clauda Pereia will leave for
ber home in Mobile to-day after sev-
eral months' visit to Miss Allie Mc-
Guire. Miss Pereia was a guest of
"Sunburnt Camp" while in the city
and won many friends who will regret
her departure.
Miss Florida de la Rua leaves to-
day noon lor Greenville Ala., on a
visit to the Misses McMullan.


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Miss Minnie Brown returned yes-
terday from Myrtle Grove where she
spent the past week with her grand-
mother Mrs. Brown and her aunt Mrs.
Beal. Mrs. Beal and children accom-
panied her home and are guests of
Mrs. H. L. Brown.
Miss Anette de la Rua returned' Sat-
urday from a delightful visit in Green-
ville, Ala., guest of the Misses Mc-
Miss Mamie English returned last
evening from Selma, Ala., where she
has spent the last three weeks in-


starting the Southerm Bell Telephone
employee~ In the U e of the *switch-
board of a new system the Company
has inaugurated nl that city. Miss
English is a No. 1 operator and' the
patrons of the lne will be glad to
know that she reonmes her position
in the local omce today.
Mr. and. Mrs. Rust Smith and sister
Miss Jones have returned from Den-
ver, Cow., at. which place Colorado
springs. and Manitou the ladies have
spent more than a month, Mr. Smith
joining them about two weeks ago.
Like most people, they return delight-
ed with their experience in that alti-
tude, though chiefly enamored of Den-
ver and its progressive, independent
Miss Clara Frenkel entertained the
"S. S. C." Tuesday night very charm.
ingly. The color scheme of green ana
white was thoroughly carried out even
in the refreshments which were hos-
pitably serve, after an enjoyable
game of "Lotto." The supper was
followed by music and dancing until
a late hour when the young hostess'
guests reluctantly departed.
Mr. J. E. Creary of Corinth, Miss.,
formerly of Simpson & Co., of Bag-
dad, who, with his family is now spend-
ing a few weeks in his summer home
at Bagdad, and party returned Monday
night from a week's delightful outing
at Mary Ubther.
They had fine colored cooks along
and there being an abundance of ev-
erything delightful, feasted on all
sorts of good things three times a day
every day. They made the trip on the
fast launch "Gladys" from Mobile and
spent the week cruising, camping,
bathing, fishing mnd having a jolly
good time.
There were twenty-two in the party
and the cruise was given as a treat
to friends of Mr. and Mrs. Creary who
proved royal host and hostess.
Among the party, besides Mr. and
Mrs. Creary, their daughter Miss Olive
and the younger children, were Mrs.
Andrew Lewis of this city, Mr. H. W.
Thompson and family of Bagdad, Mrs.
Dr. Chunn and daughter of New Or-
leans, Mrs. Dr. Proctor and son of
Bagdad, Misses Walker and brother of
Montgomery, Ala.
Dr. J. Y. Porter-who is "great" in
more ways than Alexander was-the
eminent gentleman who despite "the
marines," has been improving and de-
fending the health conditions on the
Gulf coast since long before the In-
vention of mosquito fleets, is in the
city, and-and-we women are simply
dying to-to-know-to-to find out,
you know-that is, to learn how to-
to tell the difference between-that is
from-O, Doctor, you know-how to
-to differentiate-yes, that's it-how
to differentiate between one of those
poor dear innocent blind creatures and
the-those horried-O, bosh Doctor,
what is a stegomyer fascinator, or
whatever it is? We really ought

The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature



. : mOst say of th~serslw Otare sleeve is a full puf, with double ruffle
Sl see for the youagse-m WlR ss up eedgd with lac ad ends at the elbow.
tl o a d o neiled oa tt hemd a"d coming
Srgial is In l a dou bleM r d y b rto b a Mt re t te hi
uine. with a lace yobke ndacetrep The a t s gan 9LK ce
,a9W on the bodice. The yoke show that Is =~d
the popdar Dutch neck, and is at in gr e a deeip al d1 mbuch
tarUow polats back and ftrt, where 4to te Gt Mask st
tre bodice proper Is laDe Oa. 'The ribbof les d 0& t_ the w-ist.

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Ordersfor parties, weddings
and all social functions given
prompt attention

Wedding Cakes a Specialty


(Slomon's Old 8tand.)

Refresh Yoirsel

These Hot


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at our soda fountain or at
the tables under the big
electric fans. The


Kandy Kitche u Cafe,

140 S&P.Wdo. PM 999V
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u.V Sl ..V...A., CL1..... -", prey is received Into an esophagus and
gist and apothecary. stomach the membranes of which are
MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND as extensible as an india rubber pouch,
WINDOW SCREENS. H. G. DeSIVA The stomach when empty is contracted
a CO. 26jlylw and folded up and projects but little
below the abdomen.
r Clver ehomu. "When a deep sea fish is brought to
Fanny-Why In the word do you the surface, how gradually and careful
send away for so many catalogs and soever, Its bones are often like so much
then never buy anything? Swuette-To touchwood and its muscles like rotten
keep the postman coming here. I don't pulp, while its eyes are burst from Its
want thee women across the street to sockets and its viscera are often blown
know that Jack and I don't correspod out of the body cavity by the expan-
any more.-Detroit free P~ a. slon of the air bladder. It frequently
happens that deep sea fishes are found
T'o Ut floating helplessly on the surface of
Mrs. Jalpar-I shall noer send or the ocean with large prey in their
Dr. Veriewell when I am ilL Mr. stomachs. Their appearance under
JumpppeWhy not? Mrs. Jasper- these circumstances Is accounted for
Because be is so excessively polite that, by the efforts of their struggling vie-
if be found me at death's door he times to escape from their jaws, caus-
woud hasten to open it for me. ing them to ascend beyond the horizon-
tal Sone which they usually Inhabit
A Oe Nikt am-M. "Deep sea fishes are commonly black
Bosb-Is Blank on the stage? Josh- or dark brown. But, although it is
No. Bo0b-Why, yes be Is! He told me clalmpd that light is essential to the
that he made his first appemance two formation of colors, some deep sea
yeas na Joeb--OUbub! He mode h fis hes are scarlet in parts or uniform
Slat appearance on the same ight.- red or rosy. Others are silvery white,
Deit Free Pn. while, accordi g -to Alcock, the neo-
copelus Is 'one dazffing sheen of par-
lnftot **o pie and silver and burnished gold,
STes-I hear Miss Strongmind b a mid which is a sparkling constellation
asked ye to be her bridesmaid. Is Tat of luminous organs.' "
so? Jess-No, Inded. be has asled
me to be her beat woBr"-PhillaAdC hwom the God. lewe.
St b "-There are two standards of measure-
phi Pr inment of hamas life-the one by years,
the other by achievement. Measred by
The Proper Wt. years, Sidney Lanier's life of less than
"So Wiseman Is married at lat. He otwoscore was a broken column; meas-
ned to sa Ift be ever got married he'd tired by achievement, his life is not yet
manage his wife all right" endedrhe i immortaL Robert Burns
"WeU he's pretty sbrewd; he's died at thirty-seven, Byron at thirty-
Ing about It to the right way." I six, Poeat forty, Raphael at thirty-six.

ls be? How?"

"Lottlag her have her own way."-
Philadelphia Press.

Thoroughes Is the twin brother of
boesty. Wen an eminploee tbe
reputation ddotg a t iO not prett
marty but exactly right it has more
Ilmaen wth Us empyOyer tbSn brl.
uga wr that.---merasa 3YsiaU

Lanler at thirty-nine. It is whom the
gods love die young. And yet who'
shall say that the Scottish plow boy,
or the author of "Childe Harold," or he
who stg of the R th e paint-
er of the 'Trramflgnat&lon," or the eem.
pqoerf 4'1Centflual C~tattaa," do as.
o~ an all, sl g speak to s tia vm es
o heem win command enraptur-
ed U r away dew the cities

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Seen, Htadrod Dmn Am i Those Wo O Come
nd Tarry^wWan md Society, Hirend BElewhere



to know n yv t aw, Dctdr. ro
the beartkli utuWrtet -O. '4,d3
tor, if ah men wele d dly kmind am
gePtle, and aMercdful,- Wio! 0. i-
If the were o.ly to sc
poor ,hbIples treat at-they
are *m eleq utlo .-ee BDle-
tbw wuiMd have us s h Uimfdid.l
thousands-aye even millions of p1o1
harmless, innocent lnging creatures
flitting happily about It the free air
of their own natural spbhre-~o the
chance, the bare changes that we miargh
possibly, kill-oh, that dreadful word
-I mean. destroy-one lonely, single,
wandering alien.
Isn't it heartless, Doctor? And we
refuse to engage in the wholesale
slaughter. There is to use in it when
we can all have our houses screened
for a trifle. Why--a gooC kind man--
a builder and contractor-offered to
screen every doof and window in our
house, nearly, for a trifle of $75.04
Just think of it Doctor. And Just
think how much nobler to screen our-
selves in, even though it is hard on
some of us, than to destroy millions
of helpless creatures like that. 0.
Doctor! Do-do-use your influence
against this wholesale destruction
and tell-O, tell us, as plainly as you
can-what is a stegomyer fascination
and what is a musca chlex, and which
I sthe really bad one, and-and--and
Doctor, don't you think it would be
much wiser and kinder to watch for
the-the-whichever it is that la real.
ly bad and catch 'em in little nets
you know and-and instead of really
hurting them. Doctor, you know
just feed 'em and treat 'em hu.
manely until they die, or get
away, or we kind of get tired of both.
ering with them, you know? Don't
you think so Doctor? And, don't for
get Doctor, to tell us how to tell a
what you may call It from the other
kind, please sir.
The increased demand for Blue Rib-
bon Lemon and Vanilla Extracta
proves that the best housekeepers are
delighted with the famous "Blue Rib-
bon Flavor." Ask your grocer for
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla
Takes less. Flavors perfectly.
Jim Holly, who was arrested by the
police Tuesday on the charge of hav
ing fired upon Officers Spottswood and
Reed the night previous, was yester.
day turned over to the county author
ties, and will be tried in the criminal
court upon several charges.
Recorder Laney heard enough of the
testimony to satisfy him that there
wee sufficient evidence to warrant the
prisoner being turned over to the
county for trial.
Children Not Expected to Live from
One Hour to Another, but Cured by
Chamberlain's Colio, Chdoera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
Rut#, the little daughter of N. N
Dewey, of Agnewville, Va., was sert
ously ill of cholera lafantum last sum
mer. "We gave her up and did not
expect her to live from one hour tc
another," he says. "I happened to
think of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bot
tie of it from the store. In five hour
1 saw a change for the better. We
kept on giving it and before she had
taken the half of one small bottle she
was well." This remedy is for sal
by all druggists.
Woodmaru Cirole, Oak Grove No. 4.
A meeting of importance to every
member will be held on Thursday
afternoon, July 27, at 4 p. m., K. of P.
hall. A full attendance of all memn
bhrs is earnestly requested.
MRS. W. A. SMITH, Guardisa.

Ice Cream


Copyrighte' in Oreen n.

SThe 'Bohemia Postofce was recent-
t ly transferred from its old location
R 014 at Gonsalez's mills to Gull Point, about i
a mile further east, where the offices
of the Pensacola Tar and Turpentine
Company are located.
i L. M. Levy was appointed postmas-
S ter to succeed Chapman Gonzalez. Their
name of the office will not be changed,
as it was moved simply to accommo-
r' date a majority of the people who got
their mail there.


pounded and purified by a newly dis-
covered process. Produces a beauti-
ful, soft, velvety appearance, which Tampa, July 26.-The railways have!
remains until washed off Ladies who granted remarkably low rates from
use Nadine Face Powder are sure the all points in the union to Florida ini
complexion will be soft and lovely ati honor of the State Fair and thousands I
close of the evening. I o home-seekers will visit every sec-
STHE QUALITY IS UNeQUALEn tion of Florida, in view of which no
SBuy one 59-cent green package of; county can afford to go without repre-
Nadine Face Powder, and if you are sentation in the exhibit departments
not entirely satisfied, notify us and of the Fair. The rates in brief are P.s
Swe will promptly refund your money. follows:
Sold by all leading druggists, or mall From all Western states 80 per cent
' price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, o; one fare for the round trip with
' prepared only by maximum rate of $20.00 for the round
NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. trip from all Ohio river points. From
the East south of Washington, the ratel
t by rail is one fare for the round trip,
-'am __ and from all eastern ports the rate byj
S g_ ,,,boat is one fare for the round trip.
r Pa n a a ** An extensive advertising campaign has i
Cld at already been inaugurated by the rail-;
C^leaned at ways and Fair Association, and Flor-
Pre- i r s ,. l ida will be overflowing with home-
: PeDSaCOla PrTeS gfl seekers on the Fair dates-November
r Buy It Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamber-
B IAIG AD HAS A lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea,
Remedy. It is certain to be needed
sooner or later and when that time
TTINI AFFRAY comesyou will need it badly-you will'
S, need t quickly. Buy it now. It may
save life. For sale by all druggists.

e ~ l Marlne W ri.d Can ,swiallw a
B Special to The Journal. Fria Twlee Its Own sue.
I Bagdad, July 26.-Arthur DeGrafl of "That one animal can devour another
Pensacola, a train hand on the Stearns twice its own size at a single swallow
& Culver log tram was very painfully is a statement that may seem as in-
n cut with a knife by Darby Jackson, credible as any fish story ever invent-
Scolored, a mill .and when the mill ed,"- writes Dr. Sanderson Christison.
"Nevertheless it is true of certain fish- i
Stopped at 6 o'clock last evening. The s. So far as known such dishes are ln-
log train was standing on the track habitants of the deep sea, where utter
and caboose was ar ihe Milton plank darkness perpetually prevails, with an
walk. Jackson waseClimbing over the unvarying temperature almost as cold
caboose and DeGraff spoke to him as ice and a pressure ranging, accord-
t about climbing over the water barrel. ing to depth, from a quarter to three or
SJackson jumped off and began to four
0 curse him, calling him all kinds of vile .. tons upon every square Inh
& names. DeGrafl an after Jackson their body surface. The deep sea is
t and caught him, whea me negro began colamonly regarded at commencing
I to cut him about the face and back, where the rays of sunlight cease to
e the knife penetrating the right eye. penetrate, which is estimated to be less
d Drs. McKinnon and Eldridge dressed than 1,200 feet below the surface, and
e the wounds and pronounced the pa- may extend to twenty times that dis-
0 tient's condition dangerous. He was tance or even much more, down to the
taken to a Peneaoola specialst las! bottom of the'bcean. Fishes have been
night to receive treatment. Sheriff dredged fro i below 12,000 feet.
'Mitchell promptly arrested Jackson and "A deep sea fsh, the Chiasmodus nl-
put him in the ilton ja ger, six and five-eighths of an inch
. .. long, has been found to have swal-
War Against Consumption. lowed another fish ten and a half Inch-
SA nations are endeavoring to e long. The stomach of the devourer
check the ravages of consumption, the is stretched as thin as gold beater's
"white plague' that claims so m any . .. .
victims each year. Foley's Honey and skin. It has sharp, hooked teeth, which
Tar cures coughs and colds perfect- cross each other from opposite sides of
ly and you are in no danger of con- the month and usually point backward.
sumption. Do not risk your health According to Gunther, the fish after
by taking some unknown preparation having seized its victim with its capa-
when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe clous and very movable jaws partly
and certain in results. Ask for presses it down as a snake would do
Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upon and partly draws itself over it. The
i. it A -.lemhaer pt .r



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Sol Cahn & Co.

The Pure Food

The Store that Feeds
Phones178 and 480 the People.

SNo ed Food Pibe i f Yo se An

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The best and most sclentife of all Refrigera- o'-.
so rCrigerator smell. Cold air ued only onct.

i a sa vih of Ice and preservation of foods.


1 & S. Pto St. Phom 148. Pnsacola, Fla.

John Marsy.

Jackson Brandon.






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Orders for prescriptions and everything sold by a first-
class orug store are killed and sent out by the first train
following receipt of order. Store Is open all night an.d
orders received on the mid-anght mail are sent out ar 7
o'clock in the morning, reaching the customer a few hour
after they are received.


PHONE 1100.

The BrtBplace of Prompt Delivery

I Goodness Knowsthe Goodness Shows I

aI an our lw sTbhes fr sumer war.


Like uua our reputation for the past nine years tells
you we stand behind eery sale.

No After Regrets Goes with Shoes You Buy From Us


Miss Nita Caruthers leaves
morning for Jacksonville and
ville to spend the summer.





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Oir evE ... X Me -9W.f9Mn-_.9lf tpJ H M X p rate. by the aweth.

r a-e. SOME
FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale. Apply
to Those. Pebley. 27jlylw GO OD
FOR SAL -2 floor show cases, heavy
plate, 2ftx3ftx6ft; 2 counter show i'TNT
cases, double strength, glase linx261a INVESTM BE 1T
z6 ft; 1 table case square, double
strength, glass 22inx27lix3ft; 1 tripll-
cate French plate Mirror. glass 18x40; 1
wall mirror French Plate, glass 18140; $4S 5.0
1 arc light for gas. Will sell the above
at less than factory price. All new 6 well located lots in New City Tract.
goods, going out of business; also 25 All adjoining and including corner.
pair sash, double strength glass, two,
lights, 24x30. S. L. Benham, 32 West $ 0.0
Government street. 26jly $750.00

for freight and passengers. 86 feet
long. Great bargain. Write box 837.

For three of the choicest corner lots
on East Hill, 1 block from car line
fronting south and east on hard street.

OV .. -I IV Tampa, Fla., for photo and paruc u
lars. 3jlyZn- For Rent
00 TO TURTON ta rall elma AA 610 East Jackson street newly
I I oa0ed" d unloaded ft. papered and painted, with
SIchrge. He i akes beat phot bath ................... 17.50
a thesouteas lead Several others for tne asking.
Pensacola Investment Co. --- -on- y fr ask.
A-L L f-f WifEZ 1 'r M- M PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for Money to Lend
Wt R. OWLS, "r e tL L aL.. u N ,. sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-
S." I"TAli v- met eGa. mt~ m et. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay. Fla. In large or small amounts, lowest
"...SIm ........ ----- --r. B. ti. Zjlylm* -rates. Any one having funds to invest
l Ea ,A mi ^ |em |,,|. FOR SALE--Combination herse, 7 will get good service and attention by
y15 South P ears old, 1 hands, sound and gen- communicating with us.
215 South istex Shtreet, Pensacela, loida. tie. Also registered br:,3d mare. AI
E. Hinman, Century, Fla. 6JlY
WALL TINTS by experts; results
WAINTED HELP WANTED guaranteed. Flrchild and Ri, Phone' BROWN& Co
486. 1ZJulilm L.S.
Si,"R T I arsr old now s ng A P aANEN 'T AND RE MUNm.RA- FrR BALE.-Two pair extra fne 200 Thelsen Bld'
f. r "Wo or. bat small Ps TIVE ENGAGEMENT awaits a soli- young mules, sound and in good
T":,f- In. Woua bur small citor, lady or entilemma and collector ondtion. Also one 2-horse Stude- WE SE TS
:: kindn. W_. Rantlf, Horse l good apperm ne nd address. C. baker wason.,W. S. Garfield. 4uae. SE LOTS
S A __-- 2 ID., care Journal. 26jly3t
\' AN-T!:-Fmne Jersey cow State, ___ YOU want to buy or sell anythlng
i :.:d amount of milk. Areas T HREE 8ALaMIN WANTED- A Ulttle wat ad will bring wadef BaAoard ad I ootA
C. o- Township and Railroad Survey of Flor. to dlay. A-
S T :-- To buy five lots ing t- da. This survey is a splendid com- FOR AiJD- .-One Ch ANoD BOAfD.-Delightorl lo.
T: .... Tn Ft',d isuon m i nn'. o FOK 8Ai ne C oz mocL on el9 o o bat shore; bonting, hath.
,np Adoo dre t 1 E E m api n of tlo Ifc Agu s and drawings of trae ridge e"t of th electric e
A... p. AddressIa e. and of wonderful value. Counties and alway between 7th and t trets.Ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. . C
,26Jy w towns fully Indexed sad population of Nature h-s favored this section and it Herman, at Fishrtille. ZJuntIl.
,',, "Pr-To buy as era good each is givMe; railroads plainly shown cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
.:, in Pensacoli or in Santa and distances between !l stations are .,,,, AT n ms PARTIES who warn to rmt homn
,,,. cheap for cash. Ad- ~.shown; congressional districts out- Makes fowls especialWellAOte or aamyth else0 for that
*. Soulee, Mary her. Santa lined, numbered and population given epest food to be f a mat, will S The Jurdal Wast

v,, \. t;).-Any girl in need of triend- tio A spoledd opportune toor enr-
,-ec men. and, TMclly & Co., rA SA o a--lr ts"A l ce dt.
i',p, advice, etC.. ll -nu4i1"f dI, vclid l Ct 0a Miaght and tua4at
..:d slliag assistance by ap- i o, 26jlylwo tr i an0 al a_-oa pl Rooe light and
-A ..dwi 3.l ntagtrnda S1 Bp4o0I ttge p1e55 W5 Ught and
I t cue Home. 33-d St. ad ave- lean. oT.. aL f talsat Jaoa. a plXe 0 l^
iruingltamn Ala. dh. "- ,- p23lylwo bFlocks fram Palates I" M etso.
. ,-- .rchlat Trc or BWANbTED--Agents for a small quick 13 en o e.. l .. ,.
'i.or NTD.-T in a li s lling article needed In every qureof LOTcu O o
vilnt your moving and lin household. 50 per cent to agents.
S'g Kguaranteed. T. B. Thor-' .lck eller," ar e to ag Offce. _lt . ..-.l..d-h Ad 0a1t fe es-
broi- onoe 978. 8ju m. 23jlylw e ta in p r ect coadiUtlo. Wi l 0
S\\:i.;. --To buy for _a_ a few- ash or or o tin& A real arcln. Can LOSBT'-Wbit bull dog; ohaor piece
. .r. America NNaonal Bank WAN.TD-A good arae to stay a be men at Js"a MOcHI^h' t 4 o( roape banging.on collar. Reward
S- ,. rice. Address J. L. J, the place C. all 701N. Palatox. Al-. te. bUer crBot for return to 6S33 bPlatoa St. 87 )Jlyr t
-J3june2m* 21j'a .Ay-- : .. .
ei *mn d b3uuneemrm, 2 jy ee td ol and butmellb ll d.,, w ith W h ie
A.N ELD YouVr electric work oe allow YOUNG MEN-Our Illuatrated cata- lvered at aay time of day. No. 408 IL-.-A wh te ull d wthw* hit
., ~~ u ceau your t. ra logue explains how we teach barber Z. Belmont street Phune 907. 7Jlylm spt In rt Reward fo r-
= .o.r r ynamo. do your wir. eti trade In few we miled fre. Moler turn to B23 South Palafox St. 22jlylw*
'b.nc f.. t'.I vr.sacola Electric Co,' Barber College, New Orleans, La.
cornerr lu:endcuc.a aud Baylen streetaS 2jlylm IOST-Wednesday morning going
jUniaL 119 from Escambia Hotel to navy yard,
.- ..O SSJ -L C, reivel an-othir I ANTED.-Agents in different ooun- via 8:1 boat,'waflet containing sum
phpmeift of inpr:'cd pure olive oll tUes in laorida to hImle Alpine Safe Buid you a ho.se, I will Ive 7o0 of money and paper of value to me
rctaie; in gal;o si hal' f galelo,, '"d iLock o.'s F1re amnd iurglar ,ro prices on material. P. U. Box 288, only. Liberal reward for return to
q u arts.. Safes and Vault Fxtures of every Phone 310. Joel Frater. Yard at BaY- hotel 291jlylw
"uar" }s. Id,. -, 1_iu .- _* .-.. liIn Street Whnrf. 30lunelm

Ah people opfavw wow. END ZI 3 terms. A -. -w---a.--jUWA
ANTED--Thb ppole of PesaooL Scarrtt Moreno, PensalaC FI.n. Fla OUL. fQJ ft MAIL l,-ood evsg-
c ease worr:yirg. Let The Jouranl Ida State AgeOt. ZSjune. ae for traelg b. ly se
e'se Ais eola .r the problem or )ou ,ice ech w ay. Prom C;hlpley to a
-:,c are expe de:ectives, and can Any intelligent person maI earn head Adress J. M. Tcgg, Ohlpley, MO
S:: zbe man you are looking for it good income correspdt g for news. a. t4Ml t
: ; in luded 1ia the 23,000 or 30,.08 papers; no canvassing; experiee at
:'.;, which makes the populathoa ol, unaoesary. Bend for particulars. urAL ESTATIM, 2
a al > iNorthern P.ra Syndicate. Lockport, S&AL BTATB la all parts of cttV.
vANTED-Haulnag and transt-r N. Y. 13Junep m Y1 10i the MMro M .N we w l C
work Offce phone 363. Residence -. yror irwu on lbong time p
r'. me ?90. Acosa & White. 22-28 M. -t D" ale Wl & O *
:rrtagoa. 5Faco r TAUW I-L 1 D am dL Tilw. h ov
WANTD-Orete2r or Te Journal's yet's clothigd 0 a10 p1resed m
special Pensacola and Pauama Caaal FOR SALE-New Singer Sewing Ma- lepaird o short soc ON l -
E:tlIon. which will shortly appear. chine. Cheap. 14 N. Spring St. West o0wVermt St reBmsaol1, ula,
Wli: coutala half-tone pictures of city. 23jlylw* 14e "
rb? and special saes. 16 s w DOLLAR AND.,r -
S OSersSt, at Jeornal FOR SALE CHEAP-My" three-year- FOR ONE DO AR AND
oWA. d- rald Berkshire herd tokr, Duke .2 CENTS per e. WeWill ha11 o
i.t.o--.eco.d-had CoM. Oat Florida, No. 68,d23. Also some fine dead i b.or5 e Leave Ordert
ns cottoa aed meal mcka Oat o0 young pigs. 1 six-monthe.ld boar, aUt 13@ ast late4demcia. Herring KC
tosn ship e1 t oUcited. Write U. res.tered and transferred. Carl Set- eNro. It *
r M l.s & C&. 0murchlm terlind. Chipley, a 18jly SAILMAKER. Te
A h B:NGHAM waate yeur movingjX W T HLi. WOOD YARD canJ. H. PORT sailtSk. I7, Th1e 28%
su, Lauhi. me guarantees all break. THE WST 1511A& WOOD YARD c a
.n auh a Hen t llppiy you with atve WOO, block, Pa&itos sre Orders takek 1W
Oak wood, spilt wood, plae knots, or tests, swals camp stools and houe
..L .'-r.AXU VUMLNITruM3 Houds i ktn in l RaMg phO3a 108. C. I. eta etc. 1aio rasobla
t.r Articles, Jewelry aad any ea Willama, proprietor, cr. O St.. and gp-
&t.i A-tcle wanted. We pay casO Jacks. mtayl NOTICE. loa
:Or It Addres P. 0. 8 0 5. ~it. OR SALB.-4 a Florda State Agent Neither the Captain, Owwo. Io
1 gnTOR ,AL,,.--- &W F&G..da State A e.
Sfor Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and ers nor ConI inees of the
rd -i .TAL BUa1dS a etsv -auk Flxtures of all descriptions Br ss Homewood will be re1 |
ir..:yv and your basiaean wal'manufactured by Alpine Safe anti possible for debts contract.
av ca-tiul attenlmi. D. Hale W1U- Lock Company of Clncinnati Ohio. ed by the Crew of said vessel.
t o CommaSeate with me tlr price and' H. C. JORGENSEN,
N' WANTE -Youan lady terms before buytlg elsewhere. Scar- Captaian. of
silion as stenographer, ritt Moreao, Pensacola, Pa. JOHN A. MERR1 & CO., lat
or country town. Comrn- !june. Consignee.
Ii Ai II5..

n in tigres. lrlterences.
S.. care JournaL s8lylma*

\- -Iouse near Saunders
y without children, who
boarders. Call a: Jor-
*!TlIte fMill. 25J1ylya
S --Uffice room with show
A;: i: t. 34 S. Palafox.
Sl-- WeTul--rMm dwll lI

.v:i and Wright. Suitable
o :.:- house. Apply W.. a.
-\ e-w ive-room cottage
cornerr l;.th street and
S.:ii:re at Turtot's Poto
iLower floor of desirable
i North Hill, uatfrnish-
444, care Journal.
:N R H s.dence lately o0
Dr. V.S. SHa&I. No. Il W.
S Apply to L I. Cary,
01 'o reet. thum
* ,XT--Tiear-room ;aoue. ao- t
! r-iarks and Zarrad g te
.)arding hbose. Aply.
M Moreno, i 216 t 'iSar

Money to Loan.
DMYt TO LAND-On good real W
ate seesrity, or a Sood collateral ,
Lweit rate&. Lesale R Bkook4
ber buditan. AUM
tOY LOANUD R Say ea a
tlea d f e i n i Pl3 *. prabrl
ly meIathly. hyU omad
wy. se e. J. A. Wlsal, 22ik w.
vraf( t 5trti Sllhuty bUdll.
SI. Ide
mnRY LAN kM on lees
teo ecurilt a aa mewm A
os Wilaon& Cau

rET LOANlWD On al kinds of pe
o*aa property short sottie
rrs eay.. J.W. BUllard etain
SSouth Palafox St., l'hone 1144
LIMITlD sasuatt o mot hl to ot l
a aklal ki eI of onalt property.
cial rates to buses ma* on large
as. The N.w trt Lea COo, X4o
ath lbo Pam Se.

ratches, Cbalas, Ia sd au all UMad
eiateral seourit at lowest rate ot
rst Baralas t. iaredeeme


For S&0.00.
a8mal cottage, rents for $SL00 per
month, on Roaman, Just east of Tarra-
gona street. This will be business
property. Only open for a few days.

g04/j 8. Palafox, Fisher BulIding

There will* be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednes-
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
ent Z. W. ROBERTS,
W. L. DEMAY, President.
Pensacola Lodge No. 3, L of P,
meets every Monday evening at 8:00
o'edoc at their Catle Hall, Bloont
Watso bulldiag, corner Palafox and
Ourden street Viting brethruen e
dtill welcome-L

J. H. BREWI'N, C. C.
H. HORSLuk. IL of I. & A.
tathbone Lodge No.
0 K. of P, meet every
FTlI rsday evening at 8:00
o'clock nl their Castle
bLL third foor. Blouat-
Watson buildng, south.
wert corner Palafoz and
Oare stre VisituUa knight are
odisally welcomed
0 . Levy, of .i &
Knights df Columbus.
SMeetings of the



SKnihts of Oolumbos
are ld at their hall,
No. 8 Weut latende..
cia street, on every
Monday evening at
?7:30 o'clo An in.
vltatlon Is attended
visiting Knights,
DM. POX, Grand Knight,

~n~orcl ~ No. 40 1. 06 0, t
peggsea' L *asf e4@ L.O.ap
S er7 Thonurday esveing at 7? 3
at the *ew haMl O We4t (irt
artet Vlkltlngs br*tMa @wdjgg
,a"Isc MW. A. NWIIJOW. pg. 0,
3.2W WITKOY~W SScrta*y
NBaW 1440191L to, aebeka& us.
teve =**ts every bMonday Big* at
s efda i L 0. 0. r. Na&L vi.
tugs dsisrs eaw'dla-4 Invited to %4
present. MISS NWJTA M.N.3jIoTT.
WtS9 K"M Z tUUSMAN seremts.
live Oak Camp M& 1. W. a
see65s aYU i&n eachimnth.owt
m"Togss ao'dlaly Invted
V. A. BOGflICm 0. a,
.selowsIw Bb *piiOto1. 0.
smoelAim n~afmpniet No. 4 MOMt
(m gaseam&and fourth Ivedneedsyg4d
L .0. ollI n Went O44
sure& .visiting Plbrlawch Invite
joxl' 14 964fl aS~e
%ut ratuiarch,

Joppa Ledge No. 4 0. O.
*eetg ery Tueday evening t 7:30
O'clock 1.WNAGll. l 0rden
treet. Viitng brethren cordanly in.
C. u SBlTMa, mt,
Oak Oree, L od0 no. 4, Woodema0*
Circle, amets every Thmray at 8 p
. vltil sovereign ally Invi

M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first age
third Wednesda evening at 7:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West lnteo
deacia Street-
A. G. FELL, Pres.
t r- Wi L L A

Ofice, Bronsaham building, nt
to Pensacola Business College.
Prompt attention always given
to bUtsiness. Pnseola, Pla.


Por Steam Division
Trains leave Ptnsacola for the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar f Barrancas 7:35am
9:50an ar Ft Barrancas 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pmr
6:16pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pm
*8:10pns ar FP. Barrancas *8:50pmn
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8:50am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Peasacola 11:40am
2:00pm Ar Pensacola 2: 4Upra
5:15pm ar Pensacol 65:55pa
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:49pm
*9:00nm ar Pensacola 9:46pm

Electric car will leave Pensaco!;
every hour from 6 r to 10 p. a
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
exception of the first car leaving Pea-
saeola at 6 a. M.,. which will, on re-
turning, leave the Mtl Baym at 6:3
a. m., and the 2 I ndi. car wil liave
Btg Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above 1l the week day shedalu
which will begin Friday, Apri 15.
lectrie ear will leave Peniacola at
7, 8:60. 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
12:50. 1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:80, 6:50, 6:50,
8 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
the Big Bayou, amd Immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensaoda and will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the trai4
from FPrt Barranes.
The steam trains will ran as at
present, but will observe this electro
car schedule and will work in connec-
tion with it
P- a St-. --I

sH hambip cc
W. G BARROW, Master. -.
And all peintea n t. Andrwa Uay,
Carrabelle and Apalaohltcotl
Leave Pensacot Suanday, 8:80 p.
m. for Mobile, AlI.
Leave Pensadeol, Taesday, 8:20 p.
m., for St. A wdrews, MfllvItl, Apa-
lacnicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
For additional Information apply t
J. R~. 8AUN"R,
8. R. COBB, President.
Ge. Frt and Pass. AMt-
Pensacola, Via. .

frine pheterph
Pensmcola 00 00

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For Rent.
North Hill residence, 10 rooms. .S-100
7tS Noh 3ayfln ...,............
304 Nrth spring .............. SO
House neaW Peride Wharf .... 5lO0
21 We e Roma a............2.. O
314 .O Str on ............... 17.90
49 East Ckate ................. 1d00
806 Wet Main ............... 1I00
421 East Govrnment ...........11.00


Six desirable building lots at

A Nice Home, 50S g5 o adsden, 7 rooms, at

Adwertise Free.


pi. O.SLMJ vWM Or EimS A i MC.T
. ,

t .

For Renlt.

700 West Intndencia
828 West IntenMfnola
809 North 7th avenue

* ; *pd i
* ,.....*...

31SS South Palafex, up-tmrs,
litable for *lub or *ff io
706 South Palafex.
207 East Government

S- O & ..Iu. "
-j . L.AS . *j.

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ProIsiO I rectory.
-c---U-c--~~~-- .~, ~
Office 7/2 V. Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5

Room 405 Thiesn Buildingl

PHONE 559.

Attorny and Counsllorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 56 Thelen B'Id. Pheoe 714

Office-Southwest corner of Palafox
and Intendencia.

PHONE 525.

Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, SL


will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August



Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no ecuaL
Sold everywhere

.A. Friedman
Wholaeale Di.Mibeutu
Leader in Imported Wisa
ad Liquors.

The usual reward will be paid f
the capture and delivery at VMS
Broe.'s turpeatine camp of the follow-
Ing described convict:
Negro rMa. named George HoL.
5 feet,9 incbee high, weighing
pounds, age 2 yea, blakt co'a
ion, one upper and two lower frdi
teeth out, scar on left wrist, alA
scar on right side of upper lip, bmoai
of warts on left thigh. .
Deliver at Vas Bros.'s turp tlm g
camp, Escambia oomrty, Florida.
g reOwar& VA 10.

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CT&rrrwr AV nTqT If^Tr~f~


We have about $10,000 on hand, which we can lend on good rTa
estate security in sums of $100.00 to $260.00 at 7% and 8%.

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

Two-story Dwelling, North Baylen street, $30.00.
Two-story Dwellin& No. 211 West Cervantes street, 8 rooms,
modern conveniences, $30.00.
Also renting property ana' bargains can be had by calling on

Those C. Watson & Co

Garden Streets

Cor. Palafox and


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TNURW-OAYP~t3W U1 7 *~

Ari' .-. A, AND AtADo a7
Arrived Yeeterday. TO MAIL Ygo SO
Your Shirts SEL it-ate An.1od Yr^ 46.T
AILNE DRA^ C" Y A lB)keWobr. Br es, Ar0A 44,F
BAMA IN C W H Viscalin. Br se, McArthur, 1408,
RhO ld Be EFERENCE O T Must not fal to carry i Norfolk to F. Howe Co.E E ITABLE
~REFERENCE TO tRI Cleard VYeterday.

rarl, 1294, for Sestri Levante, with
-- y t *EE1Il ELERFRO NC EOUlWln De Oregorin Glo Batta Ital bk, Fer.
ORLEANRSR in his.pocket. k A. Waterman's 341,568 s ft sawn timber, 507,084 a ft 1, Uow.
,*"M Moden" is the acme of perfec- lumber. Fi rit, Lhc|
Our* .att -1lo,-$1.25tion In fountain making, $2.50, V "
S $0 lit, EMt leperfectly ie a Th Birmingham Age-Herald of V ELS IN T.
durable and give satisfac- .i) D l mdterd& has the following to say
durable and give atie- tne strict quarStine at tlht .Cf g, : _CT DC Brantingham. Br ss, Flause, 1685,
Our stock of fur- point: L B OOKi L Palma to Fr. J. Schreyer.
aninc ia complete in 8NS. i~e quarantine oftirs in B1inltA 23 S. Palafo Sti Cartha Br s, Johnson, 541, Ha 3 | S
1ham are drawing the tines closer eap, vana to Export Lumber Co. f l
day, and B. Frank Yoe. who bas 123 Phone. Elfi, Br ss, Nielsen, 1229, Pomaron T
N m wThe 'egu tar meeting .t the Board charge of the local oalce. is preventing to J. A. Merritt & Co.
C W of Public Sgety was, W last night, anyone from New Orleans or the gul i- Elswick Park, Br ss. Mills, 2208,3 lower death
there being present Chairman Ingra-iports from coming into the city. -. Ver- Cruz to F. O. Howe & Co. aterest rate tha
ham and Ma Oliver, McGaughey, The quarantine has become so str* T ; Goodwood, Br as. Boog. 2313, Baltl- .~--
nlaw ar, White and Mayor'Sliss. that even the crew on the dining cars URP NT more to Wm. S. Keyser Co. al d e
After reading reports from the heads which come in on the tains from New lILL Homewood, Br ss, Jorgensen, 1263,
Haft, of the various departments, the appll- Orleans are forced toiremain on' the M: c rliai I I cm r i Crs omaron to oraer. U. &
catlonc of P. Schenburn and Wll- trails and go through to Tennessee lMcMv illasa s. Co.V Irch- moor, Br ss. Cus, 3078, ew-n. t
liam DeBroax fbr positions in the fire or some other state. The local officers Manuft cturens castle to Gulf Transit o.eo
Anythtn the up-date department, were read and referred refuse to allow any 4iniug car which Nar;gator. Br sm, Netherton, 1648,
man needs for business or to the chief. The resignation of D. D. has been brought through from New MOBILE, ALABAMA. .Vera Cruz to A. A. Brown & Co.
rm_ wear. Shuttlewort in that department was Orleans to be taken off a train in Ala- - -- B Roa. Br s. P:esant. 1380, Huev s _. -..._
laid on the able for the present. Vbama __ o ser. ,; tt? mmwm fmt,?%,Sv-,
Bids for iftnsihll feed for the de- The dining car and crew on the S ant s Itar ss, Blancht. 228, Geno i "R'
apartment datang the month of August Louisville and Nashville which arriv-. T 1 R to Guelf ran t1 Co.
were read from F. S. Mellen & Co., ed here last night at 9:10 o'clock were Telefora, Span ts Bsa:oa 2. W or
SKlein Groce~ y Co., (at J. E. Dubuis- compelled to go through to Tennessee, L Wv ool to sa la Lumber Co.
son & Bro. The bid of Mellen & Co. as both the car and crew had come market anderer, r as, H.nte., 2666, Manufacturers
VJO n W lhite being the lowest the contract was from New Orleans. All other train! Naval stores Marke n Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co. ACHINER'
S..... awarded to the firm. crews which come through from NCW' Savannah, Ga., Ju" 26.-T" e naval: .r .. ..
Oiquatier tO MOa Sad OB n rt, ,. ;Orleans will be compelled to go to tc-a ls DFORGIN LG81L A
y e salaries i some other state.ores etlos ts DGrogor lobatta, Ital bk Fe- STAM HIP
25 2307 S. Plda ur some other state. w ......................... 5 00 rari, 134i, Buerto Ayres to Yellow STEAMSHP RE
SDuri the coura f a scussion re- The Louisville and Nashville rail- W ................ .. .- 00 Pine Lumben Cos Prompt attention gl
P 225 grding curing good men for the roa' officials objected to the diner be WG ................1 5 to $4 Hudson, Nor bk, Knudsen, 771, Loo- for James McKay & Co.'
Solace and fire departments, and the ing sent through to Tennessee lastN ....................... 4 40 don to order. Chains of al dsrpt
_-- -- _-- reasons why such could not be done, night, but the Inspectors were very ...........................al bk Lu Cinguni, Oliva. 1258 Office Phone 12 .
___ the question of raising the salaries in positive in their demands that the car K ................... ..1 from Genoa. to Rosasco Bros. Rsidec Phone 1
both departments was discussed. not be taken off in Alabama, and the Magelian. Nor bk, Moiler. 1148, Rio aeiaUNoUrkU%,M eUSI g%,i
hich was heartily agreed to by altrn from Birmngham had orders n ...................$4 90 to $3 4 Co. 05I iAflhlltIllllt4Ifl.- .
Tl l.. l I r Mayor Bliss bringing up the question, inspector which went north with the* H......... ........ ****0 to* * Janeiro to Southern State Lumber -
U!11 kl ll y H~lM TW which was heartily agreed to by all train from Birmingham had orders not G ................. ..53 9 to 3 9 Co. WIllfllll|illldh| lftit(lll liltttlltli
i members. By raising the salaries in to allow the car to be taken from the ...................3 85 to $3 90 Oceans, Port bk, Molledo, 1123,New
these two departments the board is train until the Tennessee line was ......................... 3 75 Orleans to H. Eaar. & O b.
L of the opinion that a class of men can, reached. D .............. ..... 43 to $3 65 Thomas. ll ,k. Garro. 803, to C. B WY IP AR
Boy"Ien nd mdntn ld b be secured .tlat Will give these two, Many Sent Through. C .................... 3 35 to $3 50 Cafwo.
departments healthy and strong men.i About thirty people, some of whom Sprits Turpentine, 57 cents. enooner
Ji .. miani It was decided to place the increas- had tickets reading to Birmingham, Harry W Lewis, Br sc,, 279 Matan or hourb during t
"=e '" ~U 5 0 "0l WI s ed salaries in the next budget, which were sent through to other states yes- zas tJ A. Mer2tt .Co e itcn unnec
* rTS AND VEGETABLES POULr is soon to be prepared. A special terday. The largest number was on means on the Queen and Crescent, es- asstJ. AMe ey &Co, t12he kith unnec
TRY ANO GAME It! SEAON. meeting will be held on August 9th the Louisville and Nashville last night. caped from Inspector T. Reynold timore, to master. Reynolds 1225 -
for this purpose. Besides the dining car crew there were at Tuscaloosa while the officer's back timore to mAtwr. A
FREE DELIVERY. The board decided to hold Its meet- thirteen people on the train who had was turned. Inspector Yoe telegraph- 653, New York to order. A Gas Ra
Wings hereafter on the first and third to go through to Tennessee, although ed a description of Mr. Montgomery ShNion for oc n oa r
Prm. JONElS MANAGER Wednesdays of ech month. This was two of the people who who wished to to the chief of police in Tuscaloosa Ship. for cooking and i
P"ONE .necessitated by the fact that the coun- get off at Birmingham had certificates and asked that he be held until an Agostne Terrizano, Ital ship, C Gas Range and
.PONE BS. cl has changed Its meetings to the from health officers that they had not officer could come for him. nera, 1170, Liverpool to master. them.
fourth Wednesdays of each month, been exrFsed. They were made to No Information. velymion, Rus ship, Ayllnr, 1882, SL
Sne matter of wires, not insulated, stay on the train, as the orders receive. Local Inspector Yoe had not receiv- Navaire to master.
FRI DAY being run to all ectons om saloons ed by Mr. Yoe are peremptory not to any information last night regard-
f U in the Red Light district was thenallow any one to stop in Alabama un- ing the two inspectors who were put Cured Bright's Disease.
taken up. It was the opinion that! der any circumstances. of of a Southern train between Mem- "eo. A. Sherman, Lisbon ed il,
E u these wires were dangerous to life ana The party from New Orleans on phis ann Chattanooga. These men Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had
pn property, especially so if a heavily the Louisville and Nashville last night were not under his jurisdiction. kidney disease for many years and 27 Eat Gardn Str
E x c u rs charged wire should fall across one was the largest that has yet passed The Associated Press accounts from had been treated by physicians for
of them. The marshal was instructed through here on any train since the New Orleans state that there were twelve years; had taken a well known f ll lliltttll lll ill
THE TUG to investigate the matter, have the quarantine was inaugurated. The two more deaths yesterday but no kidney melcine and other remedies
wires removed, o els ee that they number was equal to the total num- new cases were rotted. *he offi- that were recommended but got no
M O N A R C H re strung in "ord ee with the city ber on all other train steda. s do not know how many cases relief until I began using Foley's Kid-
M O NH ordinances. oyMost of the people were not residents there are of yellow fever in New Or- ney Cure. The first half bottle re-O FR
wThe health slXaton was discussed of Ne Orlans or of the other places leans at present. lieved me and four bottles have cured
will run the following schedule at some length, during which time the on the gulf coast against which the The advises from Mobile are to the me of this terrible disease. Before O u I f
mayor took occasion to score the quarantine is maintained, effect that no danger is anticipated. I began taking Foley's Kidney cure
FRIDAY AFTER OON aa rtie t New Orleans for inspector P. L. Corrign came up The two cases wh erereported I had to make water about eery
eepina secret the act that yellow fom ontgomery last night on the there were merely #uapects, and they fifteen minutes, day and night, and
leave City for Life-Saving Station, fever prevaled there. tact th Louisville and Nashbville ccompanyl have been sent to quarantine sta- passed a brick-dust substance, an ROOMS WITH RUNNIP G
ave City for LifeSaving Staon, fever thrpassengers who had come throu tion about sixty miles below New Or sometimes a slimy substance. I be- LAR
4:00. the passengers who had come through i sixty below New Ieve I would hav die if I had t L
Leave i~e-Si~ng S~htation for Falood. where quaranitin lleve I would have died if I had not
4:Leave Lie-Saving Station for Gulf, he oofrom New Orleans or the other pla e wherequaranine officers are taken oley's Kidney Cure." W. poo Wy
4:45. LShe board then took up the food against which the quarantine has keeping a close watch on them. D'Alemberte druggst and apothecary SO L
Return to Life-Saving Station, 6:45. Question, and a sample of the supper been ordered. He stated that the in.
Leave Life-Saving Station for City, 8tVed the city prisoners was produc- structions at headquarters had been to ARBORe AL COURTSHIP Formerly of Windsor and An
: 00. ed consisting of two pieces of bread, be very careful not to allow -any one ARB AL COURTS P. h P
Arrive Pensacola, 8:45. ana' some kind of soup or gravy. Thsis from infected districts to get off th e f te Roo at.
was pronounced somewhat better than trains. Four of the people on the train m s e Roo. en t.
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS is usually served. The board decided desired to stop at Birmingham and aw season a tecI t
that it would not allow such food to two at Decatur, but none of them were "It s always amusing to watch the LOCAL UNIONS 47 AND 107 CAR.
be furnished the prisoners, as they! allowed to get off. rooks In the period of their courtship," PENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMER-.
could not work and exist upon such Inspector Yoe had trouble with one says an English writer. "When the ICA, AND LOCAL UNION 459, PAINT.
CAPTAIN fare. A committee composed of man yesterday In Tennessee. I. C. male bird first begins to seek a mate ERS AND DECORATORS AND PA-
Messrs. McGaughey, Oliver and White Montgomery who came from New Or the fact is soon made known to the PER HANGERS OF AMERICA,- HY M ERC
BO E Rn RD HninO Ur was appointe to hereafter watch the
B llE lrDrIUNDSOI~I A class and quantity of food being served world at large by a curious hoarsening WILL HAVE A BUSINESS AGENT
o a t o tastes, according to an old proverb ROOM NO. 1, OLD ARMORY BUIL
NSt a a t oe N W W ^ and to the female rook there is no mu- ING, TO RECEIVE REQUESTS
UPID, ROBT. L. E, NANCY AND ound ur for Dyppia. T al equal to the hoarseness that her FROM PARTIES WISHING WORK TI l
EDNA 8PI R Mrs. E. Lindsay, of Fort William., 9 lord begins to show about the middle DONE IN EITHER OF THESE n I
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered CLEANED, BLEACHED AND of January. Then begin the violent LINES, AND WILL BE GLAD TO
quite a number of years lrom dyspep- BLOCKED, at the tournaments of which she is a passive FURNISH MEN TO DO IT AT 8

m be chartered by the hour, day or '" a .aa t plins in ne stomach,
ae. Terms, raonable. was advised by her druggist to take
lhilr Tackle and Coolking ,te- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver!
ta ae hed if dMretM Tablets. She did so an I says, "I fnd i
that they have done tIe a great deal
PHONE 2M. of good. Itave never had any suffer-
Sing since 1 began using them." If
Troubled with dyspepsia or indiges.
IW O U E tion why not take theso Tablets, get
well and stay well? For sale by all,
OWNER. druggists.

Tbevans i nAlwars.a meet Trw71 4
It must at times, despite the honor,
CIY W F LAIM 1, he a somewMt tedlom function for a
British enhject to entertain the king.
Sftor the bouse and all there are for the
Open to charter by private parties time of the kils vislt roral property.
r rlaing trips, bathing, or other At luncheon.or dinner the host and
mer recreation. guestsl at t saadlg until roy-
alty appears. Then the bot, if the
queen or a prmlms be present, escorts
btraerly ship's boat for Spanish her to the tabtl the hostess following
mJiser Isla de Luzon, one of DeweL's w the kln. If thekig is alone he'
re captures. lad with tso bates.
NeCMicr be t iotevtB can give the
signal for qtf the tab, but must
S fl canopy and is most com- awatte plasm. t the quemn
flrtable boat in the bay. i ora prt W prert, when she ries
Sshe is tollowe by. the bobeme, who for
the momns b4be a* to waiting. As
dAX KLEIN, OWNER. it Itonot the prper ta for a servant
E' ,VE to hand aIythi- to 1a ertn, wben
E.TER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. tea or e is e" t i rst handed
PHONES, 356 and 1070. to the b we, rseltf ofers it to
h e king or qen1 Oddly enough, fin-
ger g sse at daa -t ar, when royal-
ULr CITY ty dinaes place for the only. Whe
the sveealp. a wrap no servant
peri ttel be lat a dy or BeOa
Cleaning &Dyeten 1
playt f -r co" t fltsh ftaM the
Smint maotre tnatfa r the ooeao.
Ww v n 1The estus Se the e royl lome par-
IR RATES It.0 PER ties are 1~ te rl per"on-
IIAONTH. ageas n and someti-esa
tam s amd Oet's Clothi leS aSm meat a ai Me d an Invitation
a reared. Goods called r tothem I reasallaiid. Tbmese
IsBB ddIw boein pute aess -,aaa very snD,
M S Z. G ael meet St. e"O

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spectator. The two claimants for her
favor often begin pecking at one an-
other at the very tops of the trees, and
as in the fury of their onslaught they
lose foothold they drop and drop and
drop till they bump against the ground,
often at the very feet of some human
onlooker who has been watching their
proceedings with interested curiosity.
Darwin tells us of similar incidents In
the life history of deer and cites as
somewhat of an argument against the
doctrine of the survival of the fitte;t
that while two lordly and robust stag-i
are fighting for the hind it will often
happen that a timid and feeble third
stag will come in and carry off the
"But no such capriciousness as that
Is allowed the female rook. Probably
before the battle begins he who aspires
to be her future lord and master has
selected the home in which they are to
live, and should any other rook at-
tempt to share it with her he will fight
him to the death. In this case the sur-
vival of the fittest is insured.
"When once they are mated the rdokf
seem to stick together and be subject
to little further molestation, though oc
casionally, I think, a gay Lothario will
attempt to make love where he ought
not to. But in that case the whole col-
ony of rooks unite against him and
peek and beat him with their wings till
he is at the point of death."

Mrs. Brown--My husband sayp there
has been quite a shrinkage in the stock.
Mrs. Jones-I see. They have the same
trouble in Wall street that we do in
dry goods-you can't always get goods
that wmo't sbrink.-New York Press.
A go* aDiutlutiou.
"Remember. son," said Uncle Eben
"dat In doi life you's boun' to do somre
things yorts sorry fob. but dat ain' ne
reason fob doin' nufin' dat you's
saMmed of."-Wasbington Star.
ntkk tb. ,, npl~s ?

23julylw Pres. Local No. 74.
Inrate Perversmene. sps frt
The neighbors were dlis.ussing tbhe pr ft
peculiarities of an eccentric old re-. Of th
dent. "I do think," remarked Mr. A
Higgins, -that old 3r. Tigi.tun is th "
coutrariest man on the face of the ticall
"What's he doing now?" asked Mrs. th c
Joggins. I both
"Doing? You remember he used te
say that when he had accumulated all O
$50,000 he was g)ing to quit saving !l
money-the old skin!lint:-and settle
down to the enjoyment of it?'"
"Yes." I n
"Well, he's actually done it!"' I
Gleas and s allaKt.
Common clear gla.s left exposed in
certain desert regions of the earth soon IS a
changes greatly in appearance and ac- I news
quires color, sometimes rose purple d
and sometimes amethyst. This change dur
has been attributed by some observers Ecrib
to alkaline soils, but others maintain
that such changes occur where there is M N
no alkali and that it must be due to
the great activity of the actinic cayp of *
the sun where the atmosphere is very
clear. iIt
on the Safe Side.
An old woman who persisted in bow-
Ing during church service whenever CO
the name of Batan was mentioned was
reprimanded by the minister for so
unseemly a habit. The reproof had.
however, no effect, and the minister
asked Jser finally in exasperation wt
she thought it necessary to bow.
"WeL" she replied. "civility costs m l
nothing, and you never know what wil:
happen."-Harper's Weekly.

slm ag It.
Jenkla-Mr. Going of
quite wealthy. 'm told.
all bi moemy bimelif MI
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