The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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litmtl Ability of Sciao
SControl the Disease.


By Amoclatd Pres
.,w OrlWans, July 27.-Al the
fo-".i rctarld in the battle against
tn, ., curee to-day joined in
That whi.a thm < a .

,. ,,n.eriou and is still ri- \ By Associated Prs. accident and was thought not to
." -<.s has been achieved. New York, July 27.-Caardinal Jamts been badly injured. After his w
:- h. ia;plication of the results o Gibbons, who is spending the t1tumer had been dressed he was out o
S .' o ie Reed commission in at Souttiampton, L. I., gave an inter- streets. Suddenly he collapsed
h. -. hpi is justifed that for the view yesterday on the subject of cor- h t
*: :. :he history of this coun- eruption of business and in public life, had to be taken to the hospital
:.'- :re.aened to be a malignant which he declares must be cured by stretcher. It is spowk tha
,.., o !low fever will be stamp- publicity through the press. shock and a weak heart wer
:, ir:,e frost comes and New "Corporation corruption is a fxed causes of his death.
eanw- : lhe spared the horrors of evil which we must reckon with just The Bennington is now ready
. :,ic similar to those of 1853, a long as the present condition of north. But should Admiral Goo
i 7 lb here and a century ago society exists in this country," said who is due here. decide to hold
\. V. rk and aPhl adelphia. the cardinal. "Whenever there is an quiry here, the presumption is th
uniono n of Dr. J. H. White, in amalgamation of great capital, or a Bennington will not be taken
,: the Marine Hospital forces, ( large collection of men Interested n until the investigation is comp
-,. f the state and local health one money-making scheme, there is
a checks the spread of the story. It is a story as 0i 'as the LLOY UD IIMlNU
Sand enables the gradual eradi- world's history. The only reason that
the cases in hand and those it comes so much to the fore at press. INVESTIGATI,
atentsi that the metkhs of s detec-I I
nay be expected to come in t that the methods of Ms detect
d setloes, the present vialta- tion are daily growing stronger.
S:. plague will have been a "Corruption has always existed. I
ituine, since it will have CARICATURE SKETC OF PRINCE VON BUELOW, REMlR OF am much afraid it will exist as long By Associated Preas.
ability of science to OIRMANY. as hunan nature yields to th attrib-, Portland, Ore., July 27.-A tele
Snrulent outbreak o TVon Boelow, while an especial at~rtte of the Kaiser's Is teN6 l tes that lead to temptaoh has been received here by the
hateo, by the 9clal Democrats of his country. "The bright spot is the fact that Geo. B. Van Water, president o
-:,. p nrt' to-day the the degredation is made known. Cor- standing committee of the prote
.: runm close to ruption can not exist nowadays with- Episcopal diocese of Oregon, front
S Th are eluded in JAPAN ESE CON TIN UE TO out being discovered after a while. Rev. F. E. J. Lloyd, of Uiniontown
,. ,. re, ,NmhSr O including The greater the evil th". greater the who was recently elected coad
-. -*.. a:. *,- F'-'.-nth market possibility of remedy. And the posalA bishop of Oregon, Ftating that he
-, h.er ",v r hr- ;,',. :.r.,i and where A D VA N CE IN SA KHALIN ilty of remedy. And that possibil- demanded an investigation by
t :ac. p.,;,.-'*,1 .: h, cases and ity of remedy has now become such an Presiding bishop of chaigeF. pref
'. i ', i. ', ,, A majority assured fact that it counterbalances in a protest against i)r. LLod's
at :e1 a.-'- ;r ar: r I:a'ians. MAKE ANOTHER SUCCESWUL LANDING IN THE ISLAND-RUSSIA almost, Lbe evil which the present con- formation as coadjutor bSshop.
Tb, s-.ri i- piar:';. iLt. around the edition of money madness creates. The protest to whirin Dr. Iloyld
Rty a'-e v- r r.r d. WILL VIGOROUSLY DEFEND APPROACHES TO "The fear, the dread of exposure is exception was one made by se
the counter-balancing element, ant of the local clergy and laymen
IO EVIDENCE OF FEVER VLADIVOSTOCK. that fear, that dread, that, horror of ring to his qualifications in a bus
A vofENGTE GU LVE C having a name once respected dragged way to hold the office. The Rev.
ALONG THE GULF COAST. BAociated Pre. Will Ma Vi endown is due to the efforts of the met- withdrew his ac-cpntani of th
By Aaeociated Pres. Will Make Vigorou Defense. ropolitan press. adjutorship pending an iavestig:
W1m rton. Jlyiv L.'.-Surgeon Was- Tokio, July 27.-Rear Admiral Kata- Tokio, July 27.-Local military crit- "It may not be good theology, it may The bishop to whom the de
i por'tc to -h* public health and oka in reporting the successful land- ki in discussing the situation in North not be good ethics, but it is certainly for the investigation has been
r. pi,,p;al er ice tz'-day that he ing of the Japanese forces in the vicin- Korea, predict that the Russians will very good common sense and a very is Daniel S. Tuttle, or St. Louis
: ,: .iJ.- a "tholrugh in4wHc:ion of the ity of Alexandrovsk on Sakhalin island vigorously defend Kyong Cheung to good moral element that the fear, the presiding bishop of the Epis
C aa an ha.i found no evidence says that the piers at Alexandrovskq the south of Tumen river. This town dcread of exposure in the public press church.
c i.w f \-r. Pa-' Assistant Sur- Niyomai and Mukake were found n.- is regarded as most important from a keeps many a man sticking close to
ge' B -ry. nou staTion.d at New York destroyed, but the enemy had set fire strategical standpoint, as it controls the path of rectitude who otherwise
Ia Pim'rmaceur. -t Mo:ris of St. Louis, to Mumika, and Alkova was stl burn- Posslet bay. Kyong Cheung is also would stray off into the byways of fATALLY BURNED
6, t t,,- ordered to New Orleans ing. Alexandroxak was not burned. regarded as the outer defenses of personal graft.
c1 ..-v:ce in connocion with the The admiral's report, which was re- Vladivostock. "These is nothing." the cardinal con- G
Ir(ow lever siuatiun. ceired at 7:30 p. m., on July 24, says tinued, "which a man prizes more BY GAS EXPLOSU
that the Japanese fag was hoisted: American Attaches Received, than his reputation, and the only way
BKRIOLS EPIDEMIC over the government buildings at, Harbin. Manchuria. July 2 (Satur- to effectually upset a man's reputation
OUT OF THE QUESTION. Alexandrovsk without any loss on the! day).-Lieutenant General Linevltch is to expose him in th.' public press.
pert of the Japanese Sorts. to-day received Brigadier General The power of the press is incalculable. By Associated Press.
eans, July 7 No rportf Thomas B. Barry. V. S. A., and the Sometimes it happens t'at the defect Somerset, O., July 27.-Ex-
*- O'tes, Julyl i.-^-No report of ,other American attaches. is shown in an exaggerated form, but Senator William E. Finck and
S ... :ew cases or deaths from i Linevitch Conlrma Report i The rank and file of the army wel- as a rule the public exposors of pub- were fatally burned to-day by a
t :. was made public Iby be St. Petersbrg, July 27.-eeral come the United Stat.s m<-diat.lon as lit men are public benefactors. uzral gas explosion in their home
t L.,.: health in the ear!y hours Linevitch confirms the report that the evidence of good will and sympathy "The shaitering of idols, popular There is little or no hope, accol
-, There wa. uuoflicia: re Japanese landed a battalion of infan- with Russia. Some of the higher ido!s, has of late become a t ing of ta the doctors, of either of there
' a i'm:ber of new case'. Offi- tr. at Castryes Bay on July 24, occu- ranks, however, are not so apprecia- almost daily occurrence It is a sad covering.
\.a made :t-day of twelve ped the light house and hoisted the tive of the American ac:iMn. thing to contemplate. but it is an in- For some days there has been
. x i athsr occurring in Japanese Sag. --- evitable condition, odor of escaping gas in their h
S. .:,: wn -tr hours. 01 Ja Continue Advance. "The great troublemaker in this and efforts to find the leak had
* new ca:-s nine are Ial- Met Little Resiatnloe. Kuanchangstu. Manchuria, July 27. country is money. Americans are not unavailing. Early to-day, a'ter
'ca :. 'sr. a reon20 a nd; London. July 27.---t is announced at -According to reports from Korea. misers, thank God. Otherwise we couple had arisen, there was a
.. ,r i t1 ;o b ill ing thearmy headquarters that the Japanese the Japanese continue advancing along would be in a moAt deplorable condi- ble explosion from some unki
SPrench mret. On t army on Sbaktalin island on the a forty-mile front. The:r vanguard is tion. When great fortunes are made cause, and the fine residence was
S .Pranrh i market. Onl'r morning of July 24, without meeting now about eighty miles from the they are almost as rapidly expended ally blown to pieces. Mr. and
. a i the, upper pa heavy resistance from the Russians, mouth of the Tumen river. The and the constant circulation of money Finck were found by neighbors in
'" :he deaths, one occur- commenced landing in the neighbor- Koreans estimate the strength of the the keeping going of these accumula- wreckage unconscious, and fear
-p.si. two up town and hood of Alkora, eight miles north of Japanese at about 40,000 men. Their tions of wealth is one of the hopeful burned, and it is said they cannc
Sth h m Alexandrovsk and that Alexandrovsk main force is concentrated at Ken- signs of :he fuTure. cover.
rwas seized Tuesday.chan. "In the Unite'l States it is not the
*horiie' after a study love of t'e money. it i.; the money is-'
,'rep aded the opinion to- self that is the root of all evil. The CAS O S AT
Sw.e sf.:] hope of eradi- fact of possessing money and having CASE OF SENATOR
Sb, r fore fai and that Im pfli oned Soldier W r te the opportunity to spend it hrinzs with
t 'ht precautions he- it untold inclinations toward vice and C A D flqFT
s epidemic was en- Lef r to M iSS Rt immoral and unlawfu extravagance." CLARK DOCKE
I ,: :he decision of the ITA IA
Sth to make e six Pwes. unable to learn how he managed to ALIA y Assocated Press.
::;.,,1-Autely effective. By PSe By Associated Press.
S:n SNew Orlea' Newr York. July S.---rlt James mail them. Some of tem expressed KILLED BY TRAIN Washington, July 27.-The cas
:(, Mobile which Is Jones, of the regular army, who the belief that he was feigning in- LL U the United States against Senator
t wlline to receive has been serving a term of lprio- anity. A. Clark, of Montana, involving
ment on Governor's Iatand or deser- By Associated Press. charge of defrauding the United S1
S!'a- appeared at a lion from his command at Fort Banks J. P. Morgan En Route Home. Amsterdam, N. Y., July 27.-Six in appropriating timber on p
-. '. Fort St Phil- Mass.. has been removed from Castie Liverpool. July 27-J. Pierpont Italians were killed and three others lands, was docketed in the Supi
o. vi:. I; is of William on a special order to be ex- Morgan was among the passengers probably fatally injured by being Court of the United States to-day.
-h:) ec('aped from amined by a board of luiacy. who sailed from Liverpool yesterday struck a train while worng in a record in the case is very volum
t district. Leuten- Although g.eat eecrecy has been for New York on board the White cut on tpe New York Central railroad covering seven thousand pri
SS A.. has return- maintained the World states that it Star line steamer Oceanic. six miles from here to-day. pages.


E- German Prime Minister and

Favorite of Emperor William CORRUUItUR

Cardinal Gibbons Says F of Ex-
posure is Comnterbalaa lng


But Methods of Detection are
Daily Growing Stronger.









Pay Clerk Wo Was Practically
Well Died Suddenly from
Effects of Shock.

By Associated Pres.
San Diego, Cal., July 27.-The list
of the Bennington dead now numbers
thirty-two, there haring been two more
deaths, S. Tacate, a Japanese mess at-
tendant, and H. A. Medus. pay clerk.
The case of Metius is peculiar. He
was able to walk up town after the

There is no present was learned ysteroay mt rartMWL
h -rarrison. or. Jones had been sending love letters to
Stationed at Jack-: Miss Alice Boosevelt. Mose than a
S i no fever at the score are said to have reached her:
I through the mA*L and te matter was
Sare taking a band placed in the hands of the asect er-
S' authorities. The sharp onte to Mrs. Rmametev lL which
S,.,.e has bee he charged the latter with rtandin Some d the r eg satde
S Many ot them li- between the prlesdetd damhter and y r"
STe secret sarfice M mof located
1 uz Piffl Pag.) the w terat' dot U 0 Wr .U

adertied to-day will double in
l estate? Read The Journal's Ca
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k valaein a'r Cmi
wh Want Ad.Aa&4 t.y.

n the
on a
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to go
an in-
at the


Will Leave New Yrk for Oyster Bay
on Separate Vessels
Aug. 5.


To Each Other for the First Time
Upon Arrival There.


By Associated Press.
Washington, July 27.-Assitant Sec-
retary Pierce of the state department
and Assistant Secretary Darling, i
the navy department, have completed
arrangements for the reception by
President Roosevelt of the Russian
and Japanese envoys. The envoys
will leave New York on the morning
of Alnugut 5th Pach on a senaratP ve.-





Vessel Which Grnded in a Fq
Will Be a Total Loss.
Passengers Saved.

By Associated Press
Londbn, July 27.-A dispatch to a
news agency from the Island of Guwa.
sey says a North German Lloyd steam-
er is ashore on the west coast of the
Island. It is reported the vess% will
be a total lose. The passengers were
all saved. A dense fog prevarad at
the time the vessel went ashore



sel of the United States navy. They By Asoclated Pres.
will be received by the president on Baltimore, July 27.--On Sunday lst
the Mayflower and will be entertained while Joseph Cohen, wife and chil-
at lunch by him. dren were picnicking on the banks of
The same afternoon *he two parties Stony Creek in Arundel county, near
Sail for Portsmouth on the Mayflower this city, his two little daughters,
and Dolphin, arriving there Monday Lena and Sophia, aged five and seven
morning, August 7. years, wandered into the woods and
The president will formally receive were lost. Since that time a search
the envoys at one-thirty Saturday day and night has been kept up, and
afternoon. It is expected; the formal Stony creek vainly dragged for the
presentation will be made to the pre.il- bodies. It is estimated that 200 per-
dent by Secretary Root and the pre- sons each day were engaged in the hunt
sensation of the envoys to each other' and two negro men were arrested, sus-
will be made then for the first time. pected of knowing something of their
disappearance. To-day the girls were

THE MOST DIFFICULT found sitting on the bank of a stream
gram PROBLEM AT CONFERENC.I alive and well and were at once re.
Rev P scored to their father and mother. The
R thev. n children were ravenousiv hungry, hav-
Sthe Washington, July 27.--As a clearer- t had tbLing to cat since Sunday'
stant idea ith gained of the Japanese peace except uwd htrawberrie .
n the terms, whose general character were
i, Pa., outlined in the Associated Press dis-
ijutor patches last night, the skepticism with BRITISH F PFT TO
e had which Washington received the Euro- BMH LLL I
the pean reports that Japan would demandl
erred the neutralization of V:adivostock is SAIL FOR BALTIC
con- lessened. In fact it is learned that
Snot only is this likely te constitute a
takes part of the Japanese demands hut
several tl.at it will be accompanied by a, By Associated Press.
refer- counter proposal, according to seem-i london, July 27.-The British chan-
iiness ingly well-lnformed sources that Ja- nel fleet will sail for the Baltic sea
Lloyd pan. in return, for the neutralization of August 20 and will remain there
e co-- Vladivo.stock, will propose not to fortt- through Septnember. As- It has been
ation. fy Port Arthur. It is believed that the years since a British fleet appeared
mand question of Vladivostock will prove in that sea the announcement s con-
made, one of the most difficult which the con- nected in the public wind with Em-
s. the! ference will face. peror William's recent tour and the
copal visit of a German squadron to Scan.
RUSSIAN NEWSPAPERS dinavian waters. The cruise of the
RS NT IMN IV TA British fleet is regarded as designers
RESENT INDEMNITY TALK. to counteract the preponderance of
German influence in Scandinavian
St. Petersburg, July 27.-The sub- politics. The admiralty, however, d
stance of the interview in New York courage the idea of politIcs hav "
with- M ... ......okesmanr.. . a. ,courages the Idea of poltic s Ia1 f
ON ith M oto, spokesman for the JaP-any bearing on the cruise and says
anese peace envoys. 0' tile position that the Baltic sea Is an open sea and
of' Japan in the peace negotiations that the fleet is simply going -r -
wae s repulsed in ot tp... e th he a to execute maneuvers, as a ceem
passed almost without comment. On- itus visit is not being contemplated
State ly the Vovoe Vyrema indulges in as
wife sarcastic fling. saying: "J.apan has con-.
nat-1 ductedr war quite eeonomicaly----on!y EGLISH RSIDENTS WANT
here. a million a day. But she better pre-ENGLISH S
riding sent her bill to those furnishing the KING OF ISUNDS REMOE
m re-sinews of war and not I ,J the country
or: which war has been forced."
n the!
Sthe By Associated Press
ibmo. MINISTER TAKAHIRA San Francisco, July 27.-The school
thee AT SAGIMORE HILL er William Olsen, from the Triendly
terri- Islands, brings the news that there i
mown Oyster Bay, L. I.. July 2a.-Minister a movement on foot among the Englsah
liter- Kogoro Takahira of Japan, one of the residents to force King George, the
iMrs.; Japanese envoys of the forthcoming ruler of the islands, to abdicate. T
n the peace conference was a guest of the islands, being under thep roteetleon
fully: president a part of to-day. This was Great Britain, King George has gone
t re-- Minister Takahira's second visit tol to New Zealand to plead before King
Sagamore Hill within two weeks. His Edward's representatives that tU
visit related to the peare negotiations, government of the islands hi be m
Minister Takahira was met at the turned and that he be secured on h
station by one of the presidents car- throne.
rages to convey him to Sagamore Hill.
The minister said that his mission to
the president at this time concerns the' SB A
ED peace negotiations, but that i t would
be impossible for him to discuss t.le
matter for publication. Asked the 11-, Jul L2
rect question whether he had received;
advices from his government whl.:h
ge of1 had induced him to call on the preil- By Aaeociated Pi
r W. dent, Minister Takahira said:
the' "Of course I can not deny that I South"m Lmeag
states have had advices from my govern- Atlanta 6, Memphis 5.
ublicl ment, but you can understand readily Birmingham 2. IAttle Rock
reme that I cannot discuss them." Montgomery 9, Shreveport 3
The Minister Takahira bad just come Nashville 8, New Orlemas 1
ious, from a conference nl New York with-
nted Baron Komura. He said it was the South Atlantic L-ea
intention of Baron Komura to visit the Charleston 1. Savannah m.
president probably late in the week.1 Augusta 3, Columbia 4.
The minister will accompany Baron' Macon 5, Jacksmbl te L.
Komura to Oyster Bay on the occa-
sion of that visit. I American Lea-
Several other visitors were received Cleveland 1, Wa.biagt
by the president yeehrday. Bithopt 'Chcafo 4, PhItelpiWa 4. (10 1,
J. W. Hoop of the AfraB t Mehodlt it-ai vIstors left to atch tak)
Episcopal Church of S ith aro ---a.
'who is in Oyster Bay, direetui soQ National Lea|
church meeting and tbeRevr. *kt nBoston 1, Pittobw
Sw Trk9, 9 -.
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A IEMCINX THAT CURES city of t C Pensaclat: uuse oraterest shd Trgstes at such due ad payable next pr
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Hmo&w e li es fm &ft ener 0-m I ""voImd. Section 1. Tiiat negotiable coupon in a* book Io be f P ._ ^ p^
bwr the ex ,.* K' P e bonds of the City of Pensacola shall pose and to be kept in the oce or col, for the space of t
st *is oe r CnItr I0 I8 e SSIg U CUntyCI I ISS 3 .01118r 51w be issued as hereinafter provided for the City Comptroller. Sach regitra- ahea c toutai
fti.Hiisasif the several purposes and amounts tion shall show the nmber and de. ttdto 'e C
I ld K st tising for Bids to Build enumerated, as follows: nomination of each bond. wh a to on all citizens to show
V4o m "toFor the purpose. elpurphasing whom sold r how def, ad they why said list s
Sthi rl Stel Stctrconstructing, Waterwork.the su ofj the amount for which sold or disposed app.e_ and a copy of s
Syam d The Tampa Herald publishes the L- Two Hundred and Fiy Thous a re itis . ld the Register
y unable to ,t-a". maI,0nppra-ce of the schooner Robert Dllrs(ISec. 7.
mhe yoe irritable; Tae eant *leep, following regarding the mysterious dti. .Dollars ( ,OOO.99), or.-so mwen Se. 7. That: the City Treasurer p-i r "esp1,0,,n r
y are able to quietly tks or appCearance o thi e schooner Robert In accordance with the agreement thereof as may be necessary. and all other officer and agents col- otte beg public,
enter wich s not b ear between the comsloers of For the purpose of constructing, or leing or money fro r ll on a
yur children. from since January 7: the om ssioneroviding, a system of ewerage and y assessment, tany or otn rcey p;- e
The relation of the ae d Relative to the item appearing in cambia county, Florida, and Baldwin drainage the sum of Two Hundred and to be applied to the paymet of the the ae of an pero
r5tve o a in women is .o the Jacksonville Metropolis of last county, Ala., the county commissioners 1fty Thousana Dollars ($250,000.00), principal or interest of said bonds, or thereon ho may be sho
that nine-tenths of the M prvous Saturday, republished in the Herald of of Escambia county are advertising foror so much thereof as may be nece- any of them, or any portion ot. tie in- legally qualled7 t vot
station, nervous debility, the bles, yesterday, concerning the mission bids for buldin a steel br e acro sary. debtedness created thereby, shall tion, ad .r t
eies aadnervous hrritabilitb y schooner, Robert Center. wuich cleared bid a ruidna atel bride __o s For the purpose of paving and other- make semi-monthly, or oftener if re any person. placed the-
ari. fim some ders-gent of the from Tampa January 3, with lumber the PerdidQ river at Muscogee. The wise improving streets and public quired b he Board of Bond Trustees, ring thereon who ar
orgalim which askes her a woman for Sagua la Grande, Cuba, and after ,:vertisement for bids is as follows: ways of the city the sum of One Huu- written reports, in duplicate, showing Ied to vote at said elei
Fits of depremlon or restl ese -andbKi
irritbility.Spirit ly being sighted near Key West January Bids for building a te Bridgo dried and Fifty Thousand Dollars theexact amount collected, or rece tt edby such person s
rbl. Sprt el ected.07th, has never been heard of since, a *' ross the Perdido Rive- by Escambia ($150,006.00), or so muc.h thereof as ed by them, and the person or source ore the Coucil sha
thatone mnute she gh the next Herald reporter this morning called on county, Florida, and Baldwn County, may beneesry. rom which the sam was received or namestricken therefro
minuBte weeps. Pin in the ovar a andthe wel known Alabama, near Muscogee. I lorida, will! For the purpose of purchasing a col Onereportsha
bet n merohantese bker, half nownu 0018atv oic;N' N ies, I M received until October 1st, 1905,1 site an., or constructing, or providing, collected. Oe of prcerepor s shl i i, ti ot
between the shoulders. Lbes of voice;rgerthellkown 1 7 g k I
ervous dyspepsia. A tendency to cry the mission vessel th trial a takt trteat di ad will b oene b the B o city i bu ng, the um of Seve the Board of Bond Trustees, and the posed to be strike fom
at the least prov.Jtlan. Anl thisu poits wei,
vtaing will orelievebthis d en0e, mb.f I trd a bieOf the D. D. D. It aban, At Penhs-colat Florida onIary.'
edition gd prevent months of was purchase m during e o tha slvie Instant relief. Havr thd for bottlesdr r the itie purpose of pur chasing a se kto be
tution sufasermngao surely Lydia Wreck of Brooklyn and latr b Be s or seven ear with the worst o an k viit site, make all Leasurements, and constructing, or providing, aP )- Committee of the City Council. has been approved by the
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound. tak di d bice Station and Jail building, published
Mrs. M. E. Shotwell, of 10 latbush her) had sold one-quarer interest :in W.OWEN wenete so s ansu sum of wentfive Thousand Dollas Sec. 8. Th the Mayor of the Cit published
Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: ahd nogt qture terr5, nte Ctoou sa t be fooled into d cat t5,0000), or so much thereof a of Pensacola is hereby directed to i Pensacola at least v
Cannot express the derl Alvar t terest to ar- troubles come from blood impurities and seen an Pensao ons ca, n the ma be necessary s the his proclamaon the e day of election. No
ohae r.dy sBLd neke ha ther ent mate, retaining for dont ruin non yo o Ie cln CA stomach with purges and e ili er of a mon rd shalm thh ae In tor e bld o the Ciy of A le t ve at a
wa oa e wby w ne and tha t ... --,b oe oe ip an t er n o It t e by tn Lydia t y Prein..I . .... A ny eae of from t.he 1., to be h
a gtimewith nerves m oe had intended making runs between' emaandakindise arcaused tircuit Court. he right is reserve be used for the purpose a raised or not the ance of bonds for t lst reerr, a pprove a
asha, asdaeb, less t ~.. I m t Tampa and Cuba, loading the vessel by little germs that attack the skin ts m o reject aa ror all bis. Bid t. b e usel fo t pl in th a rinkis onoi purposes and amount s ferem enum- ast pfre a v id
s1t isp a weoal walk It o ahaost here with lumber and returning to this ~rnally. D. D. D. Prescriptibn kills these addressed to A. M. McMillan, Clerk anl us solel for there purSi ofrn prateds, or any of them, shall at that e Sec That the City C
Ifbe de o sea dg tn e rmw port with Cuban cedar. land eaves the skin clear, "soft coa County Commissioners, Pensa"" and use .sole. for the purpose of re- erated, or af shly th e as a....
four or ive years ..en.e.. loyed hal d Boar Florida, andsh d be tarc tirin therbo ndsissuedeunder thie uci tihe o op B Te dtheuedua jor ri at leasctiavedays e ore
|f w a tbardCM. ws i Ot n Last Sighted January .Pwo lous. ,ol s a. S m e e be.. -dianance. ofd the voles cast ny the qualied ee- election aont three in
a*t has worked wonderstfor me. consigned to Antonio P. Garcia of 0. app below and be wi show you said election ad procl on s tv
"IIamDaw1womsnamynervommesisal Sagua Ia Grande, burdened with lumr- p oandproofpositivethatD.D.D. will MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND for herein shall be known as "Improve- contain the names of the members ton heren proved for it
samead risa o t us ber, cleared the port with captaa C um anyandallsndia g, ;WINDOW SCREENS. H. G. DeSILVA mano BondshoMf the Cityoof Pnscccontain the noame of thememberes t precinct ofpthe city
1r, g mle and t e the wfposb lw ithImn, .seasbet pe.CO.26jyw Florida." They shall b. i issued in tht aof the Bfd of Bond trustees and ,t. or clerk soao
Will not the volumes of lettersro matebo ando a crewof possbythree net s di o0name of the City of Pensacola an.1 shall be published 1dalit li a newspa- to atted the proper pol
women made strong by Lydia k boa rd. On t he 7th of January thne ?ite t se MialDearL t s shall be signed by the Mayor, the CiV per published in the oCity of Pensac- the ta Axed for opening
am's Vegetable Compound onince boat was sighted off Key West. Since Write the Medial Department, D. A LINCOLN STORY. Comptroller, and the Chairman of the la during the period of one week. the inpector present s
all wome of its vites? Sely you Robert Conter f th D. D. Company, Chicago, for free coi Board of Bond Trustees, and shall bear Sec. 9. That, before the time of vacancies, and, if all the
cannot wish to remain sick and weak sultation and advice. the corporate seal of the City of Pen- the issuance
and discouraged, exhausted each day, The vessel was worth $3,000 anud d Th at e lawyerr. sacola. Said bonds shall be of the Council shall, by the affirmative vote persons present qualified
other women. Mr. Berger denied that the vessel i ce spent In Covington were distin- ($1000.00) and shall be numbered in three qualified voters of the City of ill the vacancies.
was loaded with wine and that the TlO WOhr. gushed by one important event. It the order in which they are issue. Pensacola, each of whom shall be the Sec. 13. That on th
members of the crew spent any of was there that he saw Abraham Lin- The fo-m of said bonds stall be as owner of, real estate therein, as a election the polls shall be
their time before leaving in gambling -l-n for the first time. The In'lana hereafter provided by ordinance, rec- Board of Bond Trustees. The mem- eight o'clock A. M.. and sh
r ESSEN CE houses or local dens. Serra. the cap- bar had even then some brilliant and commended by the Board of Bond Trus. hers of said Board shall be eleted ed a sundown, with an i
tain of the boat, was considered a very PRISONERS TO notable men among ts members, and tees. Said bonds shall be issued the for the term of one, two and three of not more than one hour
tnreliablen man and had during the past orfirst dai of October, A. L .b. or t years, respectively. All vacancies on The polls shall be located at
four or five years been employed as case of extraordinary interest had such thie thereafter as the Council the Board of Bond Trustees shall be as practicable, to the pol
LIFE captain on vessels owned by the CO TO CAMP called them together at th e fall term may provide by ordinance, and they filled by the Council. Each of said used in the last precedng
L) kes Bros. and Captain' James Mc- of the circuit court. In relating the ir- shall become due and payable thirty Bond Trustees shall give a bond in tion.
sKay, all of whom he ha served faith. ?umstance General Wallace said: "Dur- : ears after the date of their Issue, the sum of lifteen Thouyand Dollars Sec. 14. That the Insp
fully. Narciso Alvarez te mate, was NOTORIOUS BOB. WASHINGTO ng the session we were in the habit of wih the option reserved by the city of and they shall receiveuch copena clerk of each precnc s
a Spanish cigar packer and Mr. Berger gathering At the old tavern in the even- retiring at par and accrued interest tion as the Council shll from time to ou. and asia duplicate retu
was ot the impression that the Span- WILL BE AMONG THE NUM. ing after adsourh ent. It was atrl- any or all of said bonds numbered time ps wcribe by ordinance. Said election ad deliver one c
ard ha invested all his ready money BER TO BE TAKEN T nt company, tal was well from one (1) three hundred and Board o Bond Trustees, in addition to the City Cmnptroller an
THE BLOOD In buying the quarter interest in the t worth hearing. One evening there ap- S fty (350), inclusive, at any time after to the oers and dtiee hereby con- to the Chairman of the Bc
boat. Both captain and mate were TO WORKpe d sddeayin our evenings t alhere up- twenty years from the date of issue, ferred, shall possess the powers vest- vassers at the City all
pessed Bfor money whenan mathey left TO WORK. suddly in our mdst a tall, and those numbered from three hun- ed In and perform the dates onferred may be practicable after
aIsm very essence of life. Keep thihe Tpe d e half owner ofe n the boaft to, and maoely oo visage and dred and fifty-one (351) to .five hun- upon the Board of Bond Tarstees d(f of the polls. Sai retur as
blood healthy and the various organs Thas tried though manlf channels to Three colored prisoners, convicted" r shbbiy dressed. He di not dred (500) incusivat any tune after the Cit-y OdT-P.nslda by n-c- 0the fulber a tpeuismd wat
will be healthy. The way by which secure Information and has each time, at this term of the criminal court, wil del, t t on the out-twent ve (25) years fom the date the Lelatref the ate tio and thee of
the blood is to be kept pure sa h been balked. He is now of the opinion l leave the city to-day to begin their skirts of the company, neither proffer- of issue. The said bonds shall draw da entitled An Act to Authorize the respectiel "or o
healthy is not by administering so- that the captain has run off with the terms .n the state convict camp of tng opinions nor taking sides in the interest from the date of issue at a City of Pensacola to issue negotiable "Aalnt Bofds," Ior ean
called blood tonics. but by keeping the boat, sold the cargo, possibly both Varn Bros. The negroes are to serve controversies that occasionally became rate not exceeding five (5) per centum bonds for mulicipal purposes, and and amount proposed,
glands of the body pure, sweet and schooner and cargo, and that the ves-t from siX months to five years each. pretty warm. No one seeded to know per annum, payable on the first day of provide for the payment thereof," ap- The Inspectors and clerks s
clean, and this is to be accomplished sel sails under another name flying; They were Bob. Washington, sen- anything about him, and hen I asked each year and she first davey nteof July of proved May 12th 19 and shall po to the Cairman o the Bo
by a gentle assistance to nature. a South American flag. I tenced for a term of five years; Will a friend who he was he 'replied care- coupons attached payable on sard such other duties as may be hereafr lt, tally sheets, registra
Nature rebels against the powerful The Captain's Family. t Kelly, who will serve one year, and lessly, 'Oh, that is some third rate law- dates. The principal and interest of provided* by" ord ance, used and unused ballots an
drugs that arc administered to-day for Beginning January 17:h the wife and iMary Jones, who is to remain there yer, a man named Lincoln from some- said bonds hall be payable in gold Sec. 0. That the ballots used n papers and things use an
her assistance. She does not stand in children of Captain Serra daily went for six months, where in Illinois.' One evening, how- coin o the United State of America said election shall be substantially n snd holding said election.
need of them; they always do her to the office of the broker for informa- Washington is the most notorious ever, after he had been there some of the present weight and fineness at said election
harm. Do not put powerful drugs intoion concerning the boat, and when of the trio, and many officers will time," General Wallace continued, such place or places as may be desig- the following for: day after the election or a
your stomach. told that there ws no information breathe a sigh of relief when they seeso thing moved him to speak, anated ty ordinance prescribing the
forthcoming would always burst into him leave the city to be gone for a meng mov to speak, and to of ibon dOFFICIAL BALLOT. asserts shall canv and
tear. These trips were made to the lo g period. He has been in many then he began to talk. We all sat pell- Se. 3 Thatfor the purpose of Special nd ction, ity of P result of the ect and s
office daily and -overed a period of scrapes. and when drinking he always bound. paying the principal and interest of sacola. the same to the Mayor an
nifeone month. Mrs. Serra is now in resists arrest and causes trouble for, "I have never," General Wallace said, the bonds herein provided for, the o P and the result so certified
mourning, believing her husband the officers. He was convicted ofe "heard anything that approached it- entire taxable property within the City ecton Preinct No.........ered on the records of
with all the crew, to have found breaking into the saloon of G. Guar- the logie, the wit, the pertinent anec- of Pensacola is hereby pledged, and it (The voter must make a cross mark of the Couadal.
dee ver watery graves. She is very strong np dsna and stealing a quantity of wsis- dote, that poured out in an unceasing shall be the duty of th, Mayor and (X) before the words "For Bonds" or See. 15. That the Boar
Sheer scorn for the theory advanced that key, as well as breaking up a new cash stream. He talked thus for three solid Council of the City of Pensacola to "Against Bonds" accordingly as he vassers herein provided for
Captain Serra has placed the boat se-- register in an effort to locate any hours. Some one said, 'Whlever that levy annually a special tax on all tax- approves, or d.sapproves, of the issu- prepared and printed all
vile to hi s own desires rad wishes. money that might be In the register. fellow i, we shall hear front hm able property within the corporate ance of bonds for each of the respec- ilanks and ballots for use in
agai Ts onFeea .' Ittwsems y fr met limits of said city as may be neces- tie purposes and amounts.) tion and all expenses of sa:
Commissioner of Navigation at Wash- All nations are endeavoring to in within Abraham Lincoln," he said, and to provide a sinking fund for th- ......-Yor Bonds. Shall bonds Is- of the Board of Canvasaers
ington asking that the government do check the ravages of consumption, the "and the prophecy that we should hear payment of san! bonds. The tax levy sue for Two Hundred and Fifty Thou- out of the general ftnds ii
the discovery of Rev. H. E. O'Grady, all in its power to recover the lost "white plague" that claims so many from him again, it must be admitted, to provide a -inkin. find shall. an- sand Dolars ($250,000.00) for purchas- treasury.
will be found the best remedy ever property. On the 8th Commissioner victims each year. Foley's Honey and was abundantly vcrified."-Mary H. nually, from the date of said hion- a lag or constructing Water Works? Sec. 1r That the Coln
oeiwd to relieve constipation and all A. T. Chamberlain replied that all pos- Tar cures coughs and colds perfect- Krout in Harper's Weekly. to October lst. 1910, amount to no: ......Agalnst Bonds. iect three of its members '
the forms of Liver and Kidney trouble. sible would be done both through the ly and you are in no danger of con- less than one-half of one Per cent. of a Board of Canvassers for thr
If your liver is right you will not sutf- department of state and the collectors sumption. Do not risk your health the totas amount of bonds issued, and ......For Bonds. Shall bonds !s. herein provided for. Said
for from indigestion, jaundice, chills, of customs at the various ports. Thus by taking some unknown preparation GIANTS OF THE PAST. thereafter to October 1, 1915, to not sue for Two Hundred and Fifty Thou- Canvascers shall perform a
fever, and many other troubles arising far nothing has been heard. The boat when Foley's Honey and Tar is safe less that one per cent. of the amount sand Dollars ($250,000.00) for con- ties and have all the po-
fr diseased liver, remains unseen and the broker expects and certain in results. Ask for Bee That Were Thirty or Forty of said bonds, and from and after Oc- structing Or providing a system of conferred upon the Board o
to hear news of the Center within the Foley's Honey and Tar and insist upon eet flah, So it In Said. tober 1st. 1915, to October 1st, 1920, sewerage sad drainage? era, and shall also perform
next thirty days or gi-'e the matter having it. W. A. a. .lemberte, drui. The patst was more prolifle in the pro- to not less than one and one half per ......Against Bonds. ties and have all the power-
up as another of those unsoluble mys- gist and apothecary. duction of giants than.the present. In cent. of the amount of sai bonds, an, uIon the Board of Canva-
teries. 18.'0) one of these giants, who was ex. from and atei October 1st. 1920, to ......Por Bonds. Shall bonds is- ular city elections under ex
Louis Saks, of Birminghem, Ala., Rumors. MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND hibited at Rouen, was ten feet high, October 1st. 1925. to not less than sue for Oi) Hundred and Fifty Thou- mnd ordinances in so far a.
the largest clothier in the state, says: The cargo was fully covered by in- WINDOW SCREENS.- H. G. De$1LVA and the giant Galabra, brought from two p).. cent. of the amount of sai-i sand Dcilars ($150,000.00) for paving are requisite to the holding
"Your Long Life Liver and Kidney surance, Capt. Jasmes McKay endors- & CO. 26jlylw Arabia to Rome in the time of Clan- londs, and from and after October l1s and otherwise improving streets anl, and canvassing of the tlec~t
Cue is rightly called Long Life, as it ing for his former employee. Serra. ,dius Caesar, was the same height. half per cent. of the amount of sail,...... Against Bonds. others provided, said ie"
is a medicine of great merit." Some time back Captain McKay wa. '-nnmI! h -... "

compelled to pay W J. Carter for t'.--......................-onas. All money raised by taxation, be conducted as nearly as
lumber placed the boaW by the lat U .| I goneu II.. was eleven and one-half feet or otherwise, for the payment of the ......... For Bonds. Shall bonds is. compliance with the exist
ter and now Captain McKay is at- M ITui height. interest, or principal, of said bonds sue for Seventy-fve Thosand Dollars ordinances relating to re-
tempting to recuperate through re- "LL The Chevalier Scrog Iu hnl journey to shall, when collected, Le paid to the ($75.000.00) for the purpose of pur- elections.
For Sale by covering the insurance money. The the peak Tenerife found In on of the Bond Trustees of the City of Pensa- chasing a site and or coastructing or Sec. 17. That this ordrna
Insurance companies araverns of that mountain the heen of a cola, who may invest the same. or -o providing a city ball building? take effect immediately af':r
deerpament c through the six mothing Famous Scotch and Irish giant who had sixty teeth and who was much tereof as may be advisable, in ......Against Bonds. age and approval.
limit. not less than fifteen feet high. The 1.andls I the United States Govera- ssed July 195.
It was rumored some time ago in giant Fargu, in Orlno, the mnt o- bonds of an State, Couny ......or Bonds: hall bond is. Approved July 19 19
-WniaItm asr umti sme htimeamegiantiFartnts.aolarn-l(ypOrlando.rTheoor City. or mar loan, same with any sue for Twenty-ave Thousand Dollars CHAS. B,
-,,maritime circles that the steamer Mor- WIInephew of Charleni -ne, according to f said bonds as collateral security or ($25,000 00) for purchasing a ie an Attest:
ro Castle bad struck and ,sunk alum- reports, was twenry- ight feet high. on National Baan certificates of De. constructing, or pIovids, a Poltce B. 8. BERNARD. '!"
t 0 hber schooner flying the American flag In 1S14 near St. Gernad was found Poit with approved collateral. Pro. Station Jail bldg? 2!ju
W i erooo and tallying with the description of Are recommended by Analysists and the tomb of e giant Isolent. who was -1ded that all sch Invetments an ...... Against I
Sthe Center just off Key West not far Doctors for their purity and excellence. not less than thrty feet hgh. In 13wh 0 loans shall be made with the a-pproval NOTICE TO VHICLE W
General Dealer in rm the Cban coa Captain Mc See that you get near Rouen was found a skeleton of two-thirds of all the members of Each cross mark on said ballot ordi ces of th (
Kayshore, nloadedately wrote the captand tomb was found thrty feet long ina bushel of copublishdrn and the City Coucil and shall at all tme front ofthe wors Bonds" shall ma kes It unawto resen
CYCLS RPAIRD. ~t of again, otle. but has never ret tn ftMitchell' Wh wide and eight feet igh on of New York or such other citea as vote o the Or elector m ak- to drivfhe e to the st ,

CYCLES RENTc ued a response. Id to strengthen the 7 Cf Building, Pr n Row, which weras ninet n feegraystone theig words tht e B ond Trustees may deem advUs aInst th p ltln h confrity to r
e rumor certa parties armed that overd o Enndland. nt tf d fr the purpose with e ablc Work 3
brllaIt has also been rumored here that The giant Be oulr a enty.tod feetro bids the Board of said bond Trustees at a tpecl a Se Sp s with Cler wan
kLaw Mowers, Scisors. a vessel sulti nhlnlwaee of gathering maritime b n d ta high.to tbeheld h i the sued a e
msetng., sharpened formation, ad b gleahed on the Cuban and don't be e any BtIn 123 near the castle only coDauphntr se in e Cty, of Pensacoa shall publicly opened cro NOTIC

Suwithin thirty days. he various ports r where ghant dkeletos ave been and read all bids received, but no blo faors fl toft A os as not to present i,'

18y- watch tor the wesels This mch iu h deck 1S16, was folnd the skeleton of a giant approved by the City adConcl. The We t tif to0 sd of epmbr
shore, unloaded her deck lumberand tombwas found thirty feet long, siTax-in a newspaper public fee hgh and shd n 155 another Board o Bondn tha e a of the tire to the ro
CYCLES REPN REDNCIAgot off again, coming to this port t teen feet wide and eight. tet high on of New York or such other cities as voteo the same In cof ty to a r
CYPOLERENT. a att and to strength n veethe 7 s ld P Ron which we sa cut In grand tone the words and w the Bond T rovstees may deem advis- t ossue bond Board of ublc Wor.
rumor ced rain p artiesr. A l rmed that theEn and. "Kentoohus Re." The skeleton was able, and calling for sealed bids for for the" pur e ametlmt ect will be punshbd after c a.y
a esCathy had abe psn a euantity of lumbeached whfound entire and measured twenty-five taid botds thirty days after the day If nfy ayndiehard e I

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Writers, Guns, Pistols. Locksad Um If the Center is still afloat the Un- and one-fourth feetbl ten feet specified n said notIe. On the day io of D
a repaired. t hed Ctet, with its multiform ratthacross tothe s bouers ad five feet from specified In sard notice for ree n sf.orsan# ftel tnd fp Clerk Jae
l Motwtbcs.so ath ei maritime meeUng to be held at the city hall in the sued a*e r
Iwn Moeed. information, should glean as muchtBut France Is not the only country city of Pensacola shall publicly open --.tun.,-go
most complete l kwithinthirty days. "rhegvarious ports where giant skeletons have been un- and read all bids received, but no bid ajo i,,, itbe vort a111 b O o Is hereby given
Most wplef keyS tn tG hae fbeenW earned toskeep. T strict Is"earthed. Near Palermo, Siciy. Y In shall b3 accepted uMless it shall be cat ttto i, Lst day of September, 19i
watan for the vesoe. This maher l 1518. was found the skeleton of a giant approved by the City. Council. The th
--t: The Roba Center left Tam. thirty feet high and In 1559 another Board of Bond Trustees, shall bi*e l 1 t he Ursigned will
U2EAST INTENDENCIA ST. p well WO upped uWit able-bodie -men forty-fOur teft high. Near Magrino, the rigt tQ,'reilat $my ld all bdsht
PHONE 113 Aad at time ofCelearmace the vesel wasg Won the same island, in i816,.wa~tound and with thie ,aproval of e Coual I- .' h aconts ,
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STETSON SHOES FOR MEN( in Patent Colt t C $4.00 MEN'S OXFORDS, in Patent Colt and () 1
d Russian Calf $. Oxfords, t $150 LADIES OXFORDS, FOR $1.12 Russia Calf, at .


FROM $1.10 TO M .. .. .. .. ..U UUl LEATHERS .. .. .... .... .... I CHEIMER'S RUTH-BEULAH .. .. AND- UP-TO-DATE STYLES ....

Thes prfoes a not raIsed and then reduced. They are regular prices with a slash through them. This sale, like all their sales we
offer to the public, Is bone fde. We mean what we say.


imw ..... .i -t .t-.t va~te.' 'H. B. T.," 'Johnson.," "Farm," i c D^ ) f y~ P 1 T^ of some "crank" doctors that certain rU
|""""", ,ot I li i"i <- e1 DR. PORTER TO TilE? KSdcnrea dnB UR TON G UIL7 Y
-J.. ..-.e..."Lofe."" ..". Ownersaslllmosquitoescarrydis byactingeaas R T ONct
eaing. Mosquitoes of the genus Ano-
inT at PEOPLE OF FLORIDA s) do convey, when infected, theCHARG
went up to the quarantine station, malarial parasite to the human. This
The Terminal Company will run a has been proven beyond any shadow
late train to-night to Fort Barrancas of doubt, as has also the fact that the Convicted in the Criminal Court
and all points along the line, leaving Tim Ari .a n in Adress kept free from trash and articles Stegomyla genus of the mosquito con- t. M. Jones. He appeared to pa.
SPensacola at 11 o'clock. IIImely Advice Given in Address which may harbor insect life. veys, when infected, the germ-per- [t Night nf nrPr s lit. lttle attention to the tesLimo
Advice a wI ge a free o r l The family refrigerator should be haps parasite-of yellow fever; in the Last Nignt ..Oofo Ir and U l arguments and devoted his tim
Svil Wyer s Ban' will give a free concert By State Health particularly looked after. To keep same manner dengue is thought to be rin d nr reading throughout the tl
in Seville square to-night, and as thex this article of butter-pantry perfectly conveyed by the genus Fatigansb ant,' eti-ag Ofugp rafpef cr. appeared that he was in
i a e i ts are always enjoyable, it is ex- Officer. cean and sweet should be the first it has not, as yei. been determined and did not care what the out
S y ar to hae t ected tht large crowd will are of all good housewives anu hou:A- how many more of these same kind B. H. Burton, former deputy clerk of might be, and even when the jc
rn. g: us our order now. pre. sent.State Halh keepers, for it can easily become f tlh and description of fevers liay not, ai- the circuit court, was convicted' last dered its verdict he dial not a
W( ia' -recv:ed samples from i J. A. Larcom. who left here a week hsl n t fo-" a- and a menace to both the older as though now unknown, be conveyed to light of forgery and uttering forged surprised.
Officer. ha .,x-no
ag.o for a visit at Cadillac. Mich. has "dic te 'iof Flori a: well as the younger members of a the human through the mosquito act- paper. The jury returned the verdict There were seven counts a
ED V. PRICE & CO., written to friends that the climate o ily through ptomaine absorption ing as a means of transmission. shortly before 10 o'clock, after consid- Mr. Burton, they being for ut
Chic.zo. I'ad:ng Tailors. 11 tl: is such that an overcoat is corn- Addrcss to trh Publio. and plosoning. Mothers especially) These scientific facts shoiild not bo ering the case for nearly four hours. forged paper, forgery, obt
= fcrtable during the evening. He will To Propertvy-,wn-r- i- L.'use'holders and should give the refrigerator the great- plo pooed or ignored by the people. A motion for a new trial was nmale. signature of the chairman ot thef
be- absent about a month. All] LC.izens of r r .: st a.tenion. (d should pr-ohlbit the They are not only worthy of thought, i Whn the case, which was coni- of County Oommllsioners by talh
FIT PIIAlMATrrln Te smine: smbrace ;o:< ping of fish. fruit, vegetables, meatl ut of deliberate and careful heeding nenced Tuesday, was resumed yester- tenses, falsifying pubac recoefu
S UUSouthern Hoel Arril R. prod n .t- a milk in the sam compartment. A single female mosquito will lay a ay morning, the prosecution contin- charges of thi nature
SS;kes. Cavilha. Fla.: Allen W. Brewtort t-ohric chi. '- i ,** 'at.- i ten 7ik easily absorbs odors and taint ruifflilent number of esgs in a water ,ne the prosecution of their case, and The case was fought by the *
NA V.. ....i. l, .u a.t. ,- M ..icD.avid: J. W. Brewt.n.. .McDevil', *-ature. :o- : ot pute' a." .:.m eatables which may be in the pitcher in an unusei bel-roonm to not the noon hour was reached before all neyw tor the defense .and p pi
n yo.. u.T armries. you C. T. Snowden, R. Taylor. F oria: on ct:r :' kely :,i r, space and should, therefore, be only fill the house with her offspring the state witnesses had been ex- fxom start to .ntah, antZe
o.. ano' if : .i.-. not fi'. ; .i. M. Joi"es. e .troit. 0.. S. Elmore. ,, : o r. :* nd. ;;:,.; ; o i;'if i. tight ;i\ cio:)t5.l rubber- but supply the neighbors within the iined. verdict of the jury twah ren tryl
', 13' ,. as i: is s-riCL .,'-; H. G. Brown Ij.isville: S. T.;, :,<-r !... ,o (,,o c of al ..-lke-l,>ti's or vessels and on the radius of the square. The defense then presented its side tourney Jones, repiaen
S our r u :to 1l.ir '.- '~3loyd, Valdosta; J. B. Madason, Flo:r- :,, :T ,(, : :'i. pr-i. :c. :.iec.,, cow.,' 'ilk is certl;id to; Eradicata Braeding Places. of the case, after which the arguments fendant, maoe a moUoa for, e.
S* loaa. The Jasperson sisters, who hav :r: rh ntd ri;. |" :i' r.-"ion, 'r .i :rolducd :o a tie yard. or sa-c'rs of orna.nenta expectations. did not go on the stanin gued later.
l,(en assisting Captain and Mrs. Nor- Ht';-e'. : .s -, .: :; *,-: r;"''::! a:- .arm un: m > :.. ,;:i ,, supervi -i n pt p.ant., and. rec iacles which oft- his own behalf, but during the entire Mr. Burton was not placed,ia
*--* ^.ris cf the Salvation Army. for the p 'ti-i(nin to ti, .-a :;: an : 1 : I :" own-;r. it is sa., :i to the he(l a timess a e,::tluil housewile -,its thl day remained seated near his attorney, but allowed to return hmoe ends
Se wek. are drawing large crowds to ', insi-i. as v'.-;] .,.: '1: t, il'-er of 'he c l.-i as far as infaint ft'ding is' table legs in to escape the sugar or same bond as he had been mund
THE LATEST NOVELTIES Ar-my tn on S.-ville Square. w. r. os. C'-! p ., is. .r :.r as. onorn. not o .e 's mi lk at other sweets of raves by ants. sup-a iOus to the trial and with the
- tings ar hell nihl-.. Full i i. :: t- : I l'rc-n;c :l. ore.ns. n ilk. which i.ist ply a brei-g place for million o actually rid a community of malarl bondsmen. He wil have to m
ARE HERE. COME SEE THEM =l.'ndred people attended the service -; .;ca-uras. \'n:': : : :.: : :,hT ar' *s'r-i.-l to aciir it praraio mosquitoes reputation. So, hindering of w bond, however this mor
Sla. night. r.t ..u. he.:... ~i, .1... and ,i-en! or cilrni:,. is a lai sa!er article f.r Standinig w after of any kind. wheth- mosquitoes prevent yellow fever from There were many interested a
31 -3 i.-f f:-~ i air :'h :"*,-: i:' ruce I''|OI t ;oo t,'o ; -,,ed i,a'tbi's. and a.- ci.T:- er fresh or trackish, will affil the spreading, where the particular spe- tors in court during yesterday,
---- C C. Nicholsen. who has b-tn '" s.:... I S:. 'e'" fai'v 6r '," *:i i":':',,a nii;k is ira' t. ; tn fats a::'l .- male miosquit; an opor'tun y to des of mosquitoes whioh convey yel-; aally late in the afternoon, wh
S.fai::n health for some time. left yes j "'" in. .. f t,, :.. y not on, cjn I ar, It is very .eas:. tlo Wid .:;:t which piropaalel her sptei's, for she m't low fever exist and are abundant. No became known that the cahe wot
S-rday morning for Denmark, wher- 'ers o co'nort. i 'moves eeol I.ai-Aicular Ilrand wili agree with the l-iave water to lay her c '.gs in or upon. one should sleep, and particularly at concluded and go to the jury b
lth will visit relatives for severai:'t 1is frol n ,-l-...v .-";i h .re-cas.iihaby. 'No water no m io.tiins. may there- night where mosquitoes exist, neverthe ad"journment of conrt. The c
m1 f l months. He goes by way of Jac..,,: I ..m :: r.-,dim Care in Eating I fore ,e accepted .:1 an aaxi;'il. mind of what species without net, and f Judge Beggs to the jury r ti
It !e. where he will board a C:.sde ln' o, persp;irrins. andt wlih should no: Fr.ils. when naturally ripe and I1. therefore. each citizen of Florida care should be taken to see that no eT to attentively by those irJth
Ss;carner for New York. taking a stean l .'!Iowed to acr t:ae and saturate ound a are h'a'!hful in ummre-r. Tl.'re v.'ill constitute himself or herself a mosquitoes have gotten into the net room, and the jury retired a
S C. Qotman. ee. ArnMper e' there for Denmark. i~nd,-r-clot hin2 T'. in irer s.ho:.l ,, re but few fruits which disagree wit i osquio destroyer, by looking< after after it has been lowered about the At 7:30 an adjourament w 1
": -ii i.ui ..l.. I l-i^ DC fleFuniak Breeze: Mr. and Mrs. Mu- also be ir'qui cntly changed if good the digestive futictioni .: the a.:ulr li tle udtails of lmoS(luito propagatlion, bed. until 9:30, and a few moment
Ilhttitl llit f rail Curi and little daughter. of Pen- health is :ired e-. eially by those human or child when ripe; occasion-, the mosquito pest will be considerably The malarial mosquito and the yel-wards the verdict was reder,
.....s. aeola, MWss Rebecca Crnig of Selma. persons who exercise violently o0 aily idiosyncrasies are met with, and lessened in ihlj ..;ate, and particularly low fever mosquito do the work of.
K WH~I TEuf ~ Alabama. and Miss Ma'r. Lou Chri-s- work and who ptrsp;re freely. in such cases, persons will to w.ll to.in that portion of t.,, state where ar- infection after o'clock in the after- -__ .._..
A.W IMo f,. Alama. spent ThurW .... Clean and Keep Clean. .un those articles wh other of frut. tesian e a:8 e plnifnl and rain noon, and before dagt the next
h reat. a rs. i Houve h ln. h, meat or vegetable. which tax ater is not required for potable pur- morning; in other worisa, durthg the TERSELY TOLD
.. .m.a OpOe Gills. Miss Craig will remain here them ve with dutg and wth desive organs beyond their nat- l.ecisterns. hours of darkness and semi-darkness. BUSINESS LOA
it N r e o ....... ....e'-er al YS.cean floor-s. .W- er closets.should be ral capacity to healthfully assimilate., W e bi cs r or wo .deaIf this fact is r nha d ,lit
-- rasator t .. s,,veral :-ays,. j clean floors. \tyer closets should be Do not overeat. Nature provides; tanks are required to store rain water, care taken, never mind what the alle calru gtakenan-ever, -
Fourteen defendants were b -for looked after and kept well disinfecte. serulent plants and fruits in summer. the female mosquito can be prevented vial conditions may be or what the
-- -- Recorder Laney in the municipal court. Clothes closets should be aired n because there Is not that need or de- trom depositing her eggs therein by miasma, an escape can be had from Hendrix & Carpenter will
T C-sterday morning for trial. Of this : mand fr stronger diet as there is in screening the cistern cr tank with yellow fever infection i attention is estimates on building d pat
iLTERSELYT ILD. mber sentence wa suspended which occurs occasional, inl the colder season of the year, when wire gauze mesh, 16 to inch, and b.- paid to mosquito generation, in pre- and give personal attention to
tao cases, one case continued, two de- ..r that the employees may keep in heat-producing functions of the bod using kerosene oil in small quantities :enting their breeding, when Indivi- 932 l. Strong aad 824 S L
fendants given twenty-four hours in ctice. All of the hose and pipe'.'' must be stimulated. Fruits and vege- on the surface of the water, say about l.uals happen in a country or commun- streets.
-. which to leave the city and two given ere- tested during the drill to see tables will assist nature in keeping a teaspoonful to about 15 feet of wate.- itv where these two diseases may be
.. of Fort Morgan jai sentences of thirty days each. he w in ood condition, the bowel function in good working, surface. prevailing. McKinzte Oetla &. o., whole
-* -day on a short Fines imposed amounted to $132. riaer and in healthful condition, thus The wire screening will prevent de. These hints to keep well during the and retail ship chandlers and gr
-rtifeat ions. rsons who were not aare of Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanlla Ex- aring the individual from resorting positing of eggs, and kerosene oil will summer season, are cast upon the soil the only first-claus house of the
t last night for hat was transiring, became some-tracts will give your desserts the a- t frequent purgation, and many pat-; prevent the hatching ou of any which of public thought and reason, with the n Pensacola. ar es to a.
Ssped some time wht excited yesterday afternoon, mos Blule Ribbon Flavor" whic is*ent nostrums, which always leave their may have gotten into the tank, as the hope that some may heed and that this
1.. spend ome w t excited yesterday afternoon., mous 'Blue Ribbon Flavor- whieh is; es nostrum s, n wowigglers" cannot get to the surface additional effort of the state health Why use inted paper, wies
'when they saw the men employed on, different from all other flavors. Ask #system in a worse condition than be- wigglers" cannot get to the surface ad-!Itional effort of the state health Why use inferior paper, whem
Sa r of ant en heey saw the men empwharf rolling out your grocer for Blue libbn Lemons fore taking. to breathe and consequently will die. authorities may result in saving life can buy Kelso Bond, French D
.-a number of want the Tarragona street wharf roll fire. and Vanllroer Takes less. Flamon Mosquitoes Carry Disease. Attention to mosquito prevention and and in much personal and Individual Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at
Q Jo S." 444. h as if preparingtly. It is no longer a theory or a "fad" destruction will lessen and In time et- comfort. Thompeon's, 8. Patfoi.
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OM torskor e t w so In o s THE PESrACOLA w 1
T. .ft .Isa p. o l1 CLASSICAL SCHOOL OLs!Art, rar Coasl b.
bac. It is still possible, as it oace .y gthia new; splendid ew preaos. De:
-.0 iu agland, to and a man setnf to. Exceieet faculty. For
Iy Y ,M_ colmabd over a dlers ad msalors be A. W. VAN HOOE, J. PEAC
cause he ts a god daacer-we still OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO a S W. VAN OSE. PreeMeiH J. PEARCE
at'r am m r i s m r a ee the executive tordaceagrs to L Il O ITS WORK.
f vor a be ter reason for preferment
0000 than service. A
Jones will have a tomb within reach, o i,
7M PUM AL CO PA of the naval academy that "cadets may Prof. Walter Miller, professor of N M
.. Study his life and emulate his career." Greek in Tulane University, after H. L. COVINOTN, Preident M. L CLARK, Cahier.
ERA=K IL AAMm Will this be the lesson the American visiting the classical school, wrote C. W. LAMAR, V JNO. NP IFIER, Ast. Cahl
aY, a. boy will read? Not on your life-ha the following unsolictel-1 opinion to aTI
40 will say. "I come into the navy to win. Friend and colleague: U
SAServeAT like Jones and I will die apu Ch rdie C M Al,"The Pensacola Classical School i
i MIper to be buried after a long stay inoing a plendid work forthe useof
S- forgotten grave. Please the powers tn H Aer d southern education. It is established O pENSACOLA
that be like Cowles ano' Wood, and I upon broad principles, it cherishes tia DESQNATED BEPOSTaORY QF UNITED 8TA1
will rise over the heads of better men highest Ideals of scholars-hip; # maln- u- $ 000
gAfta.,*,Q 0 g4 46 and be happy ever afterwards in Wash- of tislff. rns- *ih'lgh standard of excellence; C tl t k. OOO W
i i ngton." At Annapolis Jones will be and by the beaL modern methods and
un .f ...... 1 u fm'.iI a warning, not an inspiration. When Charlie Moore, colored, a servant at equipment it secures thoroughness of r o ton S hee.
;the time comes lay Schley by his side the home of Alexander Lischkoff was training comparable with .that afforded P t A. M. Avery,
Io a an ta d sb ard double the inspiration. arrested yesterday by J)eputy Sheriff by the great fitting schools of the J. A Pfil. W.H. Milton, Jr.
Sanders. The boy, wbc, is perhaps east. To my mind the Pensacola Bryan Dunwody, O. Mama,
a about fifteen years of age, is charged Classical School is one of the very Frank Relly, W. I Cawthon,
4 LPS SSS AJS PS ^E P 3 WNIOH A ulfADi ** with having stolen several diamonds best secondary schools of the south." C. A. O'Neal,
S I~ATUON TA iN AN-- UR PROBLEMS OF THE from Mrs. Lischkoff. Dr. Venable, president of the U- Dr W. Hannah
----.- PANAMA CANAL. The theft occurred yesterday morn- versity of North Carolina, writes:. F. er, McKensie et ng,
113 t O uu w~~ ~ S g, -Ilng at an early hour, when the 1oY gi 3 ves me pleasure to testify to th '. Ae n neroin,
sTampa Times. was attending to hs duties various oroughne of the preparation . r, MCo gton
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _n _&_ ,f p o rtio n s o f th e re sid e n c e H e slip p e d th e stu d e n ts w h o h a v e c o m e fro m ai n. Sa u n d e r so
Spinto the room of Mrs. schkoff and your school to the university. We Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solict
r9 made away with a diamond ring, dia- should be glad to hae more of the Fou per cent. ntert paid on Time Dep t.
P SBACOA, FLORIDA, RI DAY MORNING, JULY 28. 1905. Mr. Shonts, the new president orf mond brooch and a diamoia pin, all sr.me type.trieprofessor of Latin
the Panama canal commission, anrl of which reached a valuation of sev-, Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin e c--
Mr. Stevens, the new chief engineer, eral hundred dollars. and History in the Alabama Polytecli-
GOING AWAYT the originator and propagator of yel- are both just now landed on the canal' When the jewelry was missed, sus. ric Institute, writes: consider the
When y7"smm ha %city fe0 you low fever among the suman race is' zcne and have begun t' size up the: picion pointed to the boy. and Deputy Pensacola Classical Scheol one of the WM. H. VINOWLUS, ]Frseet. W. K. HYX JR, V.-Pfts an1 C
600msW v utlsen have o" Pmmmooa fully accepted by all intelligent people, elephant they he on l _.. Fe Sanders was mmcdiatel< notified. He best fitting schools in this section of
e aephant yhabe ao bad.*nFe I cacon tly r THOS. W. BwST, sst.s Cashier. W. N. ROBdtTS, Ae. Cas h.
Jemal w you. Notify sieua. who have been able to give the sub- pe have the slightest idea of the ag pursued a policy whih resulted the ou. I can confidently endorse
t manager, Phone 38. Ject attention. nitude of the undertaking upon which the recovery of two of the gems, but the thoroughness of its work and the
As is well known, the prevalence o this government has entered. To see the ring could not be found. ea the institution. t peT
Ot Jak Rcketeler will mak a this disease Ih the Panama District an engineer's sheet, it looks as though The boy admitted that he had.solj o ae further ins t tion or cata-
Jck ck ler will make a acg the course of the canal now! there were so many yards of dirt the ring, but claimed that he did noti ou er school address.
Pey penny out of the yellow ever under construction has greatly inter- and stone to be removed to such and know the party to whom it had been lgue thc ARMSTRONG.
"NIM. feared with the work. The attempts such distances-a very simple prob- sold. The officer, however, has infor. AYPrincipal. A
that have been made to sanitate the lem under the circumstances. So; mation regarding who is in possession Pincipal.
he Mobile Item pertinent asks: country have been too feeble to ac- many yards, so many cents per yard, of the diamond, and it is probable that
W t arantine soame of the tel- complish any serious results. When t so much money. But in the canal the steps will be taken to bring the party
i proposed to kill all the mosquitoes problem adminks of infinite variation.:, to justice unless it is delivered to the P ana
in the entire state or republic, heroic One man says that in the deep cuts! owner, as it is against the law to re-
methods are necessary. In regard to the clay will dissolve and slide until tain possession of stolen property. Cleaned
Sarvtre been killed and 54 injured Panama, Mr. UIndon W. Bates an the width of the ditch a: the top will i Cleaned at
Sr astomobiles in Chicago this year. American engineer of much experience reach a half mile unless the sides are, ,14 (, 1 F W. A K
n*e ida4y city mugt be after the and distinction, has mad a suggestion held in place by retaining walls. P T PeRsacola PrSS" b
I-A that this canal commission would do Another will call attention to the'-; PRESS POINTERS r y G. r
well to consider. It is that a pipe line fact that the uncontrollable Chagres'" AND CURRENT COMMENT. NO. 11 N. PALAFOX STREET.
1he saanest man on record has be laid from Colon Acrass the isthmus. river, backed by 250 inches of rainfall *
to carry Crude oil from Texas and in occasional years, wil submerge ando L TUS FURNIH rOIIi M I ST U M E I T li
b located in Indiana. The fllow Louisiana and thus the fellow d water in all lpe out and fill up miles of the dlitch LET US FURNISH.
sawed a young girl's life and then sent the marshes and other breeding places as fart as it is excavated. that it must How Will He Distinguish? YOUR
her a bill for a suit of clothes damaged are to be covered with the oil. Oil is be dammed awav from the course of How does Thomas W. Lawson Intend Wn draw r -wn ll E diab-d p th
'nte effort, death to mosquitoes. They deposit the canal, which make an addition to distinguish between the tainted and WemaIn on mrat certain, Ireland, Faverasle Timr and tmet
their larvae underneath the water. to the cost almost equal to the original untainted money when he begins to I ermanyM, Pans, Autia, Ital, gatloes taken Payable at P
T e fact that Oyama and Togo are When the larvae r.se to the surface estimate. give it back to the people?-Chicago Holland, Spain, Sellum., Rueeia, Deination Ten
still the ring may hve a tendency the coating of oil prevents them Another individual says the dangers Record Herald. ItING UP No er Sweds., Denm and DT Days Aftm
till in the ring may hve a tendency -reaching the open air. That is the to health are insuperable and that, .* othert-ursop a -. --- Aie tho.
to make the Russian envoys swallow end of them. A part of the same sug- miasma will take tens of thousands! Clear to the Bone. Iba Brem Fatea
the indemnity question, even if they gestion is that the pip? line be used of lives as told, tkat hospitals will be. It may be true, as the proverb says,
eo make a wry face. to convey fuel oil to every spot along the movt numerous and l;uiy buildings 'that beauty is only skin deep; but PHONE No. 1104.
the canal where fuel is needed. In- on ihe zone. and the cemeteries the most of the Hydes investigated these Hl t RN. 4i
Now that a prize has been offered stead of handling coal by main great. t centers of population. Al- days go clear through t, the bone.- Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona St. Sa. ty i For Rent, in Conon with wh1
for an appropriate name for the Mid- strength, it would only be necessary ready the price of the cheapest labor! Charleston News and Courier. CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY bhT a Pat Dpattn t for the USC o0 Renters.
for a man to turn a cock whenever an has double what it was when -thai * QUANTITY.
way at the coming state fair, to be engine is to be run for a dredge or a original estimate was made, and the New York's Mistake.
held in Tarp-i, we are bound to have pump or an excavator. This is the clerical Iorlion of It has n't only in- New York has made a mistake in
a try for it. Why not call it the true American spirit, and in the end creased vastly in price, but the amount inviting Admiral Togo to visit in 1907. GIVE YOUR HAULING TO t lt-- nter t aP a @O
Chute? It will conquer all the difficulties at of that so: t of thing to be done has What tk should have invited are the
Panama. g-own to enormous proportions corn-; of tvhe ido's Plft9 an-
SECRETARY TAFBut possibly the proposition is too pratively.normous proportions c virtues ofthe mikado's urnal. stros an- erc ants Trnser
EQ ~CRETARY TAFI"~ ~ novel and too radical for a board of It is agreed by all the authorities cestors.-Chcago Journal.
AND OUR COLONIES. grave and reverend seigniors. tbat the zone must be made healthy Too Auftl Carele Tho. Thor. & Thorsen, Pro ip. .
The position of Secr-tary Taft with At any rate i is commended to the and habitable by the American stand- L. HgaMl Okli ,Pasairr. T. x. s.WULO WV 3-0P.mu .
rne po n th rI ry nl wth attention of the president himself. ard. and this must be done before the An exchillge asks what the United HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION A. sM. MW,, s asa. MxAW ,mU O 0 .C.
reference to the Insular possessions He is up with the times. as far as he main work is seriously entered upon. States senate will do to Senator Mttch. -- Naio A r-
of the United States has been the sub- knows, and is determined to push the' This will cost untold millions of dol- ell-. Reprove him, perhaps, for being P ATTENTION GIVEN TO CMi M9
so careless in coverinM his tracks.- PECIAL
ject of a great deal of comment and,canal construction to the utmost. lars, and--may not be within the so careless in verng his tracks.- BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT. ofPeamois, liorts.
his advocacy of free trade for the bounds of even appropriate possibil- Denver ew. BA. .
Philippines, while being opposed to -.- -ity. PHONE 978. MOlt0Ur,T.. W
Philippines, whilehese are some of the concomitants Not a Bad Idea. PHONE 97Ah. WWrRL .G LSt TAN.
free trade for the United States has AUL JONES ANof the situation which M srs. Shonts Emperor William has not yet de- P.O. COX, 67;. A G6Q7RAL *ANKINOG UINE; TRA:NACTMr
been more or less severely criticised.- UNITED STATESNAVY. and Stevens are to-day for the flr, lared prectorae over urope but -
The Birmingham Age-Herald again ITED TATEStime facing, and no sane and sensibic he evidently feels that it would be -- - -
The.Birmingham Age-herald..gai.,... not at all a bad idea.-Chicago Daily 0S/ Ntl4UFz=p; r_____r90*048"
brings the subject up and comments. Jacksonville Times-Union. an envies them their situation. News. . E SI .TEAM
..thereon as follows: That they or their succesors will fin- PENSIGLOA STEf .. =: = : ::AM P:ri q=a s
r : -hard to harmon.e colonies t. ally accomplish the work goes Go We Youn Woman. B M L MI R. CARY, Vice-President.
kmIs hard to harmoatse colonies "matter of course. but it will be an o Wet, Yo Wom I, OLh EnI BAll
and Dingleyism. To speak the plain l achievement costing more in every Iowa reports that its male population
truth its difficult to find justification Captain Mahan has written muth to branch of human energy than the exceeds that of the gentler sex by PRESSING GLUB T E E OPLE s BA O KP o ACO
for either in the federal constitution, show that navies have d termnined the, politicians and the public have been 40,000. Go west, young woman.-New North Paafox D J. R R C. e er M. C
bat the republican party long ago issue of wars. But what is a collection led to believe. York Herald. W. A. DAlembert A. Je
adopted Tim Campbell's view of the' of ships without provision for good When finished the work will be an * PROMPT AND EFFICIENT TRANSACTS .A GENeRAL BANKING BUSINB88.
instrument of 1788, and they propose men to command them? Without Nel i everlasting monument to the ente'- lIs Tom Lawson Loaded. SERVIC. OU ACCOUNT IS RE.... rrulda SOLCIT
to have colonies galore and to impose n Napoleon would have escaped prise of the American people, a tribute We don't know what It is, but we WORK CALLED FOR AND ACUtIMMS C
tariffs without any reference to reve. Waterloo-it would seem that had to their reckless disregard of the cost can't get rid of the suspicion that TL IV E e5 -*.-'* i 'on-K
ase. but with strict regard for cam- Nelson obey-ed orders England would of accomplishing anything they want I om Lawson has something up his MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR -
ubscriptoins and party support- have lost. Therefore we may easily, to do and undertake ,o do. It will sleeve.-Albany (Ga.) Hrald. PRESSING, $1.00 PER
rs. conclude that Nelson was as necessary be of great benefit to the world, but PHONE 67,
Secretary Taft Is n.t, however, a to the navy as the navy was to Eng- later in the day Uncle Sam will sav, aung Uneasine..ss .. P H NEI 65I
ariot standpstter for he advocates: land. like Sena:or Plat, "If I had it to do Already the investigation of the E. E. REESE, M. E. WHITE. h olesiendletelDelria
C O trade for the Philppines. This' Probably, coUld the South have held over again I would take the Nicaragua iother au ifn nesi ne. oies ra Sttse Dometic, Anthracite
amsUa that the Philipplnes should be command of the seas for one year Lee route." !is causing uneasines t seems rather ,. .- 1i-ArI
n --'dered a part of this country, and would not have come to Appoma.tox, certain that all of them are financial- ll
tat trade between the mainland and slnce the Confederacy would have o' safe' but there has been too much BtITh Oup-u a e-No. i ith Pulae street. ToIeproa, .
lte islands in the Orient should be recognized. Now it is easily shown The Journal Palflt O ur- -uld.ing.f u oUsdpuf s.rpluas andldiseUhfr o l T and uonriale itrnptps l Pear a.
bes. While the islands would be that such secretaries as Wulles would Manufacturer uofr-
Bgleyised. trade to and from the have been worthless without admirals ng June, 1905, a graft. It will be a good thing to clean M1anufacturers of .---'_'=__ "- ---
ates wold be free. like Farragut-here we have again the up all the companies ani1 let the public and Dealers in __ __ ____ _
kndgnd would dislike the change, conclusion that one of the first o'uitcs Total of se exactly how they have all been LUMBER, LATHS SAWED PRE
SD would Spain, and so no doubt of a nation is to make wise choice of managed The public has an interest LUMB ER, LATHS, ANWED KILN.YPRE -
Japan sand China, but Dingley- ommanders. Unless Grare. has re- ecrm one of tdhosea b om ie DRIED bAPS. ig | o pis S G AND
i 1a always absurd, for k expects all ceived more than his share of pralso 17 1 i rnilnghan Ledger. N
as Other countries of the world to we may understand that the wa |- "U O l i
"it our products, although we erect a would have ended sooner bad he been POINTED PARAGRAPHS. rang in our independence, a
wai against their products. In the given command in the beginning, but O- UR C | served its purpose. lts me:r
-gC ran the scehme will prove harm- it seemed more lack than wisdom that COPIES We all think we get the worst of it liV ngers and we love it for a
Saad _a other countriess will begin to he was given command at last. Had It do not take np any more tie it did.

Swells also. the ball which struck down Sydney to be polite than disagreeable.
t secretary Taft goes stll furer ohnson at Shiloh missed its billet, or an average It is pnot what you ny, but how you FEEL EASY?
b wants a minister for the colonies, It is more than probable that Grant i t E It ma r o eAST? A d wm
r a least a colonial bureau. He pro- as well as Lee would have missed Ap. s.y it. It means friends or enemi!es.
to uaite for the purpose Hawaii, pomattox-so we reach for the army Don't neglect work that is really im-I s
* oRico, Alaska and the Philippines. th' conclusion that applies to the portant for reform work that doesn't If it does it is laundered
Quin and Samoa ashoul not be over- navy. amount to anything. edright. We pes of c olish the an
Stkd.. Doubtiess he thinks free trade Now we accept as settled the jud'g- DAILY It is the involuntary impulse of nine' der so they are smooth wil serve a noble purpoo
sld be fitted to all our colonies, and meant that Paul Jones was the best na- in ten when picking up a postal card and will not scratch or case of death. It may rr:r
bSa Uis ooloatl bureau is In full val commander we had during the The following figures show The rn- to turn it over to see what is written irritate the neck. Let us a fortune, or keep ths
2epration so doubt he expects the ten- Revolution, and the real significance sacola Journal's circulation for eachi on it. call for yours, leave behind from degad"a
agcy towards the gathering in Of of his history is the wrong we did him day during the month eJune, 190,5, Those women who'look "as if a wind It' as good as a gmvern
inre .olomles would be -accelerated, abd not the service he rendered us. with the average number of copiescould blow them away" can o
We are doing a world stunt at present, in the beginning the command of the daily: l The Star SteamTake one out w
d Secretary Taft's plans are but a infant fleet was not given to him but June 1 4,600 June 16 4,460! sweepanddust allaroundtheirheavier Star
development of the Imperial idea to Leek Hopkins-a result secured by June 2 4,450 June 17 4,450 sisters.
s : s."au '.June:13:4,70,0 : : : :: ; i ^r.:yapro ssa. rt,, Laundry. Map AD-HYER COMPANY
at that thirteen states heitated Jones did good service from the begin. June 4 4,700 June 19......enough to accept a favor and get L R
w when the ratficaGon came up. ning. but he was constantly reduced June 5 June 20 4,400' things twisted around until he seems , S- Phone.. .4. N
Smay have foreen an- empire in rank instead of promoted-his op Jun 6 4,500 Jun 21 4,40 o e te one o
J u ne^ 2 1" 4 ,4 5 0 i t o. b e t h e o n e w oT it; c o n f e r ri n g a b Pe n s a co la F ria .
Vwlth colonies and discriminating tar- portunitles for serving us were dimin- June 7 5000 June 22 4,450! fit-Atchison Globe. Pensacola, Pla UT PALAFOX STREET. .PHON 7.
__ ished Instead of increased. At last it June 8 4,450 June 23 4,450P
was only the help of France that en- Jne 9 4,450 June 24 4,700; Konu. Tattooing. _
W SCHEE OR FIGHTING bled hi to meet the Seraph and s June 10 4,40 June 25 4n the Kongo colonies of Belgum
FEVER ON THE ISTHMUS. become, in some sense. "the father of June 11 4,700 June 26..... both men and women are tattooed ac- L CITY
Among the innumerable schemes th3 American navy." In the navy of June 12..... June 27 4,450cording to their status in society. A
Amon that day there were political favorites June 13 4,450 June 28 4,4501 cordingtei a inlsocieta.dA
ta have been advance! for the pur- and personal pets who could command June 14 4,450 June 29 4,450 woman of high caste will have a de
ge of cleaning the Isthmus of Pana- opportunities where Jones was even June 15 4,450 June 10 4,450 Ign not unlike a zouave jacket worked a CUIS1
e of fever probably the most practi- denied justice and robbed of his sal- ponTotal for the mouth ....... 11710 her back and t would seem that m
eble, as well as the one that will oet ary-a spirit not yet extinct. eas per day t ..o.....14,14 H O TL
te least amount of money, is the plan ost While honoring Jones with a costly I"Avere g dhay. of covering as If it were a substituteW orks
pha e whnon Jonres wthe asuitsl I hereby certify that the above state- for clothing. By injecting the Juice o WWOVif
les amon t money a is dt-e fueral. w not orret cthe a out meant is correct according to the rec- certain herbs the scars left by the tat- MMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PIER AND PRIVATE BATH
US oil upon the surface of the water While rgin the people to pay hug ords on le in t L s toong process retain a swollen ap- MONT.BATHS
ia So t arahes. The New Orleas sums for an "efficient navy," hy not Cirtio r. pearance, giving the effect of bas-relle. Ladies a s Gent's Clothing tcleaa .. AMP ROOMS.
ty'ame of yesterday contanlaed the free elves o the mistakes pointed work. The thorns of the acacia am re d sad Goods caled sr clWlW
,fto relative to the oe ut by Jones? It would seem that Sworn to and subscribed before me' generally used as a needle, whileIs a5 dA red &F -, P
uchamlotiwve to tee p ms m thehmorswemight layhim this 30th day Of JUMJ.3 .-certain b -is e --s -eto aW a s a paeIng ,f r--- .es r t..
phla: wIth p3etat advantage to ourselves. tph". .tow b i n e
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Is made very m a M tm Of the m t healthful vee.as of New Orleans, were severely B Asociated Press.
tablesknownto l s) censured yesterday at the hands of Shanghai, July 27.-The native Pete
essence made into An cban oThat iledad the board of directors of the Chamber bankers here are calling a meetg to D'A
essence made io American That is all there is to it. The of Commerce. It is charged that they discuss a proposal to. boycott the In- Hoo
Small pe te Of alcohol 3 1-2 per cent has been declared knew of the prevalence there of a ternational Banking corporation.
by phayseniansto be an aI ) tao 3 pr Cen taS been declare lurge number of cases of yellow fever,i The International Banking corpora-
ov e py recent. n of ohol. ome patent edicine contain and notwithstanding this act allowed tion was organized in June, 1901, un-
)excursions from Mobile, Pensacola der the laws of Connecticut, receiving W
H ar an mu l and other points to enter there, thus its charter by a special act of the leg-
op S k t shtted, irritable nere endangering the lives of those who islature. It was then the only Amerl-
,, Joc'r S il, a d Mm. .t Covedys even mor nutriment than bread, the t n the excursions. The resolu- can banking institution formed for the
ff of Life'." d. u fte you d, a et the twoas e aluid erm n W h i thetion of censure Is as follows: purpose of doing busu1sa iatirely inI
most delicate stomach can d t a t t s a liquid, a form m which the "Whereas. Not until July 21st, 1905 foreign countries, wa n auaority to es.
most delicate sto u ge d niite their benefit pes. It is was yellow fever announced as pre- tblish branches. The corporation
s methin s tiy eeded every wo n chd, convales- vailing in New Orleans. Louisiana, was made the agent of the United
S oft-and p le. ever *-O weak f r bman ause. Yo never hear notwithstanding it was known by the States government for the receipt ofj
SOPale. peev.ih. dypeptic r of reer. They are healthy people health and civil authorities of said payments to this government on ac- phO
Swe. e hie t ni y people city to have prevailed there since the count of the Chinese Boxer indemnity.
We ii the m o b y for eanhn d M iddle of June last and, The stockholders of the corporation
prty, Ofna igh qaity of dit M Wedonotfearcomparima. Whereas, Excursions from neigh- were carefully selected from among
aiM a w fIN 0- k boring cities were permitted to enter leading manufacturers, exporters and
Sa.said city in ignorance of said preva- importers of the Uniteol States. The
f -- -- ~omm m I Q. lence of yellow fever; therefore, be it corporation was capitalized at $3000,-
Resolved, By the Chamber of Com- 000, with a surplus of $3.000,00.
merce of Pensacola, that the civil and Among the cities represented In the
health authorities of said city of New concern were New York, Philadelphia
Orleans, La.. deserve the severest Baltimore, Pittsburg. Cincinnati. Day-
criticism and condemnation of the ton, Cleveland, Oolumbus, Detroit, Mil-
commercial and other organizations of waukee, Chicago and St. Louis.
the cities of the South, and the Cham The president of the International Dov
b- er of Commerce of qPensacola does Banking corporation when It was UUV
SA r 'hereby condemn the action of the said made the agent of the United States
BAlin GN health ano civi authorities of New government in 1892. was Marcellius
SPECIAL TBRM TO W L M IlOrleans, In concaling the fact of the Hartley. John J. MoCook was the cor-
exU istence of yellow fever in New Or- poratlon's attorney and James S. Fea-
SAlesans, as being most reprehensible and ron was its agent at Shanghai.
cP Y W I I AI criminal." The present officers of the corpora-
SL LI TI l tion are Thomas H. Hubbard, chair-
SA boon to tmvelere. Dr. Fowlers man of the board of directors and
Has Been 0 WD Cam, WJ rN S e 0cond I R I lEltract of Wild Strawberry. Cures president; James S. Fearon. vlce-presi-
Has een o s or cd dysentery, diarrhoea, seasckness, nau- da, and J. B. 'ee, general manager.
sea. Pleasant to take. Perfectly The main offices of tne corporation
We s i" adpt I0 JY Wil kP Ta O harmless. are at No. 1 Wall street, New York.
sea* The directors include Sir'H. Montague
AWilan, eorge Crocker James 8. Fe- Pens
OtR"er BLUEBEARD" HOCH ron, B win Oould, Isaac Guggenheim,
E. H. Harriman, Thomas 1H. Hubbard, ....
MAY HAfNG TO-DAY D. Huntington and Sir William van
WILLIAMS HA E LOYEO L. J. but now that a special term has been Witness in Cottn rt -ig- e
ordered he will also hear any cvl By Aociated PM* Merchants Are Anxious.
REEVES AND W. L. ZACHARY TO ces that may be brought up at this I Chicago, July 27.--Governor Deneen San Francisco, July 27.-Local mer- S CL
DEFEND HIM-STATE SOLICITOR term, afterit the completion of the WilrdwCl- lwaUB e said to-day that he will oht inteHrfere hants Francisco, July 2r.-rLocal mer- '
ams cae. verely Delt With far with the eecuUon of Johann Hoch, apve been anxious over a rumor aloat C
KEHOE AND C. M. JONES WILL! J. Rsees and W. ,. Zachary have which ls met for tomorrow. It s that te Chinese boycott again t
been employed to defend WilliamA. n- ported, however, that the governor American goods has gone into effect,
REPRC ENT THE STAT. Mr. Zachary wa-qecured Monday and U"tip will present the case to the State and that all the big milling and flour
yesterday relatives of tne young man Board of Pardons to allow the board companies had stop orders from their
secured the rvices of Judge Reeves. By Amoclated Pr to pass upon the question of a reprieve agents in the orient, and that existing
peA pel trm h~ Last th g t the de*t... New York. July 27.-4. A. Peckham. giving Heeh an 0opsteaty for ana. contracts had been cancelled.
A E..?:"a county will be held for dnts h st decided e c a New York broker, to-day refused to peal to the Illinois Supreme Cohrt. China buys about e220,000000 worth
iv. p' of Trying William F. Wl-' tey will pare, owing to the tact answer questions as to his dealings of foreign goods annually. Of this
;:n ., rlvied. h is indited by the; hat JQde B0ees was busy in the i. agricultural products before the A wheelman's too bag isn't complete amount about $0,000 000 comes from
S1 .ran jury for :he murder of criminal court, but it Is prbble that grand jury investigation of the cotton without a bottle of Dr. Thomas'" e- the United states, of which about
,nhr. Wh an,. Edwar. C. Duasby. they will have a conference today and report leakage. Mr. Peckham was, trtc Oil. Heals cuts, bruisees, stings, $4,00000 comes from Sn Francisco.
!: n- 'Ile ,- cstrerday, when outline a policy. therefore, told by District Attorney sprains. Monarch over pain. Of the latter amoSunt early one-third
Jur Car. r noitie aierif and State Sollcitr J. Walter Kehoe aa- Beech that unless he (Peckham) is four, about 500,000 barrels being
-. c er o om ~ i on the secod Lion, Mr. Jones having been retained ing at eleven o'clock his recalcitrancy FORRECEPTION OF ENVOYS. ePx
Wn- s' in iiw- which is the several days since by the friends of would be reported to Judge Wright, of FEVER SITUATION
So! ta ():r or cases will stoh twol marered men to assist the the Supreme Court for the District of (Continued from First Page.)LYIMPROVED
Sh ; i ste solicitor in the prosecution. Columbia, who has already given pub- GREATLY IMPROVED.
Th r r:n of a cl term to e orders of Jdge Crte, calling ic notice of his intention to punish of the local African Methodist Epis-
'h:F 1n"poL- at ca is the result a special teri, as received yesterday any witness for refusing to reply to copal church paid a call of respect. (Continued from First Page.)
. nunwr:':' lI:;rn and letters by Clerk iMcMilla, are as follows: proper questions. The penalty is im- T SilHff
.:." n :,I n ,; ns ahn lettersTT oy O o fw All Case .. rnme- THE RUAN ENVOYS in In the French market section were
Tft .i.ti. the t. of cI "Offlce of Judge of the Circuit Court, prisonmenIL FRM CHERBOURG ignorant and superstitious and when
4., t ho Jug. conizan" with all the Frst JidIlcal Chlt. REVISED COTTON REPORT the fever began to rage they became
a ir h. case T ihe juded ed Mart-ana. Fla.., JIly 26, 1905. ERROR CORRECTED. Cherbourg, July 27.-Although it frightened and those not down with it s
know if Wiliams could et a 'red 'Mr. A. M. McMillaa. Clerk, Pensacola, ..... was announced that the North Ger- fled to friends In other sections of the 5
.n impanff ian trial if i special term Fla. By A'ocited PrM. an Lloyd steamer Krser Wilhelm city and to the surrounding country. S
1 hebd. and :h. sheriff replied to this; "Dear S-I enclose order calling Washington, July 27.---In the revised oer Grosse left the Needles at 5:30 That is why the focl has been distrib- E
c :h best of his ability and judgment special terma of the escuit court of cotton report issued yesterday by the this morning the vessel did not uled. There is still alarm among them 3
-h names of thirty men will be your 3oty for Augast th. File department of agriculture, n error sail until 1:38 p. m., owing to a dense and the Italian societies and priests -
c-awn from the jury box at once and same and record it apon the court was committed in the second para- fog. M. Witte, the chief Russian peace will try to reassure them interest
.. thi number a grand jury and minutes.. graph which made it appear that the. ,lenipotentiary, who is a passenger them ti sanitation'and pledge them to 5
- -o hear the case in court will be' "Make up a complete docket, as we June estimate by Mr. Hyde was made appeared somewhat annoyed at the promptly report cases of Illness among
r- ,.d. As usmua; in murder cas, will have an opportunity to try civil "lower than the facts at hand war- delay, the Russian peace party being them. Several cases of concealed fever S O
. will no doubt be several special caes also. ranted, when in fact it was made al-eady late when compared with tfe have been reported by the societies.
ll n doubt be ere special "I shall be in Penacola on the 31st, higher." The erroJeous statement has Japanese. The Russians were the Formerly in yellow fever epidemics
.';: c Carter was to hare come to notwithstauning the calling of the been corrected by the department. most interested in reading the press here houses containing cases have =
--.: oia during the latter portion r special term, and you may so inform dispatches describing the arrival in been flagged. It has not been decided -- I
onh oear caste P mben ny of the attorneys who may make New York of Baron Koirura and his to flag cases this year. Arbitrary re-
S-outh to hear ca.s in inquiries of you. RING WORM AND DANORUFF. party and expressed the hope that the striction against attendance at funer-
"Very truly yurs-, Japanese demands would be as moder- als have also been modifed in the be- 10
F'~'LANC!S B. CARTER.." They Are Each Caused by a Peotifer- ate as set forth in the dispatches re- lief that only the mosquito can trans-
SI-- ous Germ. celved here. Owing to lack of accom- mit the disease. IPublication of lists :.
S ,b Ar r Special Term. ,Ring Worm and dandruff are some- modation at the hotels some of the of cases and their location has not
e n m ment, the whtimpassengers at the Kaiser Wilhelm der been made, but the records are open
what similar in their rig welre and the cause of Grosse were compelled to spend the to inspection and the health oicials
tir e reqlre adt t specl term of caused by a pdrasito The germ fthe night on board the North German are mapping all foci and promptly
the circuit to be held tn and for nda ts vitality n Lioyd steamship Company's tugs, in screening them.
te coaty smobla, i n the First hair. and asps its .vita.it, cun sleeping cars at the railroad station To enable passengers from the east

S eJudicial Circuit of S theofFlo and even on the pier. to proceed westward without annoy-
ida. Without dnandr t e-o d n er l ance or difficulty via New Orleans, the
It is the ore, ordered that a sp be baldness, and to cure dandrut it ti Ten thousand demons gnawing away Southern Pacific are now operating
cidal term of the said cirie t court benecessar to kill the germ. There at one's vitals couldn't be much worse their trains from the Bplande ferry
r ca theld .m ao for said county ouf rb-ihas been no hair preparation that than the tortues of itching piles. Yet landing where direct connection is
is lthe only opport- camba, said spea t t to bgin at o this until the iscovey there's a cure. Doan's Ointment never made with Louisville and Nashville SA
r.s is the o meet p10 clock am. s W tobeay, Aug. Newbro's Herpicide, rhich positively fails, trains without transfer through the
you will have to meet kh ocor w esay, ills the dandruff germ, allays itching city as heretofore. hA
-presentative of the aust ninth, A. D. 196. instantly and makes hair glossy and city as hretoo re. TA
S. nowan NEW YORK Doe sad ore t Mariann. soft as silk. Take no substitute. T Tat a Ptiets are belng received at the
She Jackson cmt, Florida this July 28th, There s nothing "Jus a od." Sold A curiosity Is known in the tropic emergency yellow fever hospitaL PR
SA. D. 1s05. by leading druggists. For sale by W. s the sad bark tree and also as the TH
F A. D. 15 TER, a. D'Alemberte, duggist ald pothe meakey's dinner belL It has a roand, Mild Case in Tampa.
ai" C o "Judge of the rPrst Jdicial Circuit of ary. 121 S. Palatox. Send 10 cents hard yelled fruit about the sise of a Tampa, July 7.--Dr. Joseph Y. Por. W
? take ytr meare. the State f florlda." n stamps for sample to The Herpielde orange, which when ripe and dry ter, state health officer, has issued an AN
r take your- FO Company, Detroit, Mich. burtts open with a sharp noise like official statement to the effect that
A-SRiADS PAtE RUMOR. _._ the report of a platol. Its juice s Victory Vitello, an Italian who arrived FEI
i uF r a0. At i. RW R. '" potemonou. The South American trum- here SahtIrdty from New Orleans, is
A drnng 'ue named Dlol who is pet tr e might furaish a band with suffering with a mild form of yellow PR
S 'in is the most com- a str aer n A y w a r ied e musical Instruments, nasmuch as its fever. The patient has been Isolated
hat will be shoIw last night by Ma al Sh ad a nt THESE HOT boll brs nes are utlsed o orns an e efort ieing made to
season, contaling to the pq e statm. The charge sIalE f-r d veat a spread of tie disease. TO
.".nh patterns of all against him is preadlt a rumor D,
| t and UptoEate about the cty to th t tat SUMAER DAtYS A sete a ke .
Ssk to see the of fever existed This rumor became A gentleman bad as Inquisitive serv- PO
;":Weaves." the ew- public during tie Afterant, ad the ant, relates (ea, wbom he once msaw
Among styish, well- ofcers at oa bega to Iavestigate l are not so tedlos f you open a private letter oa bl T nIaext A ; ti
men. Orders takes an e~rt to tae It dowa. but it wa l leave plenty of good ied- ay be sent amsther letter bybe r- -
:mMAcate or fhme de- late in the gn te b re Ilok who, It tjg. Our shelves a weD mant containing a postscrpt: '"Y m B rins
We will u rantee ge ms, wa ^ t am lake such & 1 m r in 8 n
;In'" pleose y ou. statement, lm umd.H e claimed at recently copyrightedol* b taken The precaution to read this 'Ma ha proper FOOD
THLRSDAY. FRIDAY ANO the station t e wa Y only Jokaing ee co s t n tio to rd ts Mr prper
SATURDAY, JULY m d tatesedt o harmc. CAUi AND ERAMDN TibM belre delivery. or rvMas pestration
27th, 2th, 2 He was alnwed m iad and wll be AT YOUR IT URSc wMrelmy folhw. Use
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embrte's Bedbug Pofuon, guart'd............:......50c Pnt
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Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.

oe 109. Drngist sad Apothecary. 121 S. Palatfox

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gm1 .4 ALLMARK M 3-wjr 8pshia'end Amelia sehad;
WRWW G LAST EVEN4N"G. MT l Helan Cmebs; Mildred
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stohebh~em, Norma Th l, nlanie
lumer 310 Eut Government- was th ee sy James, "hO&M and Blanche
s Of one of the 'jvellest pink and MeHuh; Manuel tth Pealie Her-
weddings that section of the city rm NMnhl> CIMe ad little Hennie
ha ever witnessed, when their grand- e
Aelbter Marguerite Blumer an-
Garge Hallmark were solemnly join- MR& "ALKER FISp : OUPPER
4C, Clarence Morton ofciating as m. A in-m
ter n thepresence of a large assem- Mr. Willie walker entertained a
bly of friend of the contracting par. few friae with a mo: t delicious fla
atk. supper last night, Ptsh fresh from
A temporary white altar had been the water to the broiler, frying pa.
erected in the middle of the foor and oven and chowder kettle, were served,
beautifully decorated with flowers, together with all the accompanlmenta
Mss Nannie Sweeney presided at pertaining thereto; in the pavilion on
the piano and promptly at four o'clock her lawn and the occasion was In
with the first strains, the groom and every way enjoyable.
miabter appeared followed by a group Mrs. Walker's guests were Mrs. Le
at bridesmaids. Poldevant and Aons. Hasel ana' Cliff,
Swas a doll's wedding, the bride Mr. Charlie Mann and family, Miss
precious oll of Master Uoyd Kate Klumker, Mr. Guy Holland and
-er and the groom the darling Mr. 'Dan Holland.
-mssession of Miss Lella Hallmark. The -4-
0e of the whole affair was conceived POSSIBLY WHY THAT
ad carried out by the children them- PLEA WAS IGNORED.
ives who have spent all their play Well--Dr. Porter didn't answer that
t.e for the last month in making pathetic plea in behalf of the door
Veastlons for the wedding, having an dwindow screen and mosquito net
-~M the first announced that it would manufacturers, which appeared in the
* ake place July 27. Thursday Jourral. Not because he is
-ie bride had a complete trousseau indifferent ~o the prubpective suffering
0u red chiefly by Miss Lettie Martin. i not annihilation of the wee singing
It lcluded everything complete from birdies, but because, manlike, he miss-
k onaas to the bridal robe, and filled ec the train.
two trunks. There sh(un!d be a law passed re-
SThe bridesmaids were the dolls of quiring--t least saying so--ail healthy
*rtses Althea Blumer Lettie Martin, officers to not necumiulate sufficient
.- ale Mooney, Neelle Glackmeyer and aaipose tissue to entangle trains in its
botepbanie Hallmark, all daintily meshes. and delay their arrival at any
gowned in white, as was the maid of given point in a way to impede the
.oon'r Miss Pearlie Herman's doll. officers progress toward the star ot
Miss Lona Blumer's doll was the empire in any state, lveardless of that
Sewer girl and James McHugh III's of the party ot the first part.
doll was the ring bearer. He, the And, no doubt it i, all for the best.
groom and minister being the only For, at his best, which he will prob-
men in the bridal party. ably not be after his stop at Chatta.
The bride was robed in white lace, boochee, even tiat distinguished and
ever white silk and wore a wreath erudie phys;cian will hardly be able|
Sand veil, and the groom in a full dress to explain the diffe-rnce any explained
salt of black silk.1 o more eruditer than Dr. Byrd did.
The ceremony was followed by al I wish Prof. Lockey was home. Sev-
weddigg feast an' then a reception,'eral of us itrls have been wishing it
all the decoration being in pink and ever siace he went away. And I am
green. sure that, with his experience in train-
Miss Blanche McHugh presided at !ng crude laieas to shoot he cou;d
the punch bow], and twenty-five dolls bring down the desired knowledge at
were entertained as were a number of first aim.
mammas and grandmas. At least he could make us nnder-
The bridal presents included little stand whether it is the fascinator of
vases fans, parasols and bricabrac, beautifully marked stnrcture with
and after the swell affair a tiny doll's habits of white and yellow stripes an.l
house, completely furnished from bands of a purple cast, or those of
kitchen up, awaited the bride and more somber-or, to quote accurately,
groom. It was brilliantly lighted, sombre-hues. And why some have
decorated in pink and green and had long and slender limbs and some short
veas waving from the housetop, and stout, like other folks. And which
Everything was perfect of its kind is which.
and in miniature-even the refresh. 0, dear! If somebody would only
wnents, which included tiny layer cakes tell which from other. And whether
-and all prepared by the children. one kind perforates us with its beset-
Those present with their dolls were, tangs of erect -sales and another kind
Misses and Masters, iloyd, Althea and I immediately follows with a short res-
Leona Blumer; Lettle and Clarence piratory 'sphon of distilled bitterness
Martin; Neelle Glackmeyer, Leila and to exhale therein, or is one poor dear
Esstephanie Hallmark; Tom andAnnle little singer weighted with both. It
would be such a comfort.
SIsn't it perfectly dreadful how much
Sthe doctors. God bless 'em, know that
we don't, and vicle versaw.
Thank goodness Dr. Porter will be
here to-night though of course, a
Byrd in Flomaton is worth two Porters
in Jax.

The Miami Metropolis has found' a
new use for the "Deadly Paraiel"-a
use that Is as efficient as it is original.
SADMost of us have been accustomed
c t us thp -nu rlal" ann in &,- i, --a


WeddingCakes aSpecialty


(SlemRon's Old Stand.)


LOCKE, at the
=- W. Gover"W"t U

2tftresh Tourosel

Tkese IMe

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


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
NO S.Pialo. Phone 999

Tug 1

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Deautlela Is the on!, hr iae. psejs
t.Rthat 4.-0mely emlhsi
=c1 al m trsesq e6 Worry.l
ness sd9u. .unwe. Aigj few app-lee
ilossi8esU~a~bsdi yth OW moa
and agin tale likea aUe fine the r
I 5,1m the skiRsoft lr sad IWIYelf
notsa Ale'kiew br bacal mus
chemist' a4 U r flrrn lbrts,
ha. mad. faded bsu@ s bAutal 1ma
" youthfi at fortjf and if itI asothey Vero
at" wetalsused by mn with AMtMeean
wodrfu .ultvL Desuhols, reuom" the
worst rasp rof BSWIPR. UVXIL PtOl
Wrr~IKL, a.CARS, *4J& POX 11
Y 'U I. 'Isa ;A:cirO. RVURY 301
~UAIII't! N"9 It
For sale by leading drigfists Or sent
direct to
Dept. S. Lou 1
pees tlncs 1 -eb s;iledp-r Fcwnrr-qnest

rial and labor,
very branch of

fle ,~jij~'~ai~yF~~rot' eature

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including practically
business in Miami.

Mrs. M. M Duncan retutrne Wil
nesdsy from a two treeks visit to rel
atives at Perdido and as now at her
home 107 East Gregory.
The regular weekly euchre and
dance ;.ook place in the Progress Club
rooms Wtednesday night iand was
greatly enjoyed by the members and
ladies. Mrs. Joe Wetlll .as the for-
tunate winner of the prize which, a!a
is usual with the club prizes, was both
useful ana' ornamental-a beaut 'tl
little cut glass piece.
Miss Ernestine Smnth returned Tues-
day night from a three weeks delight-
fu! visit to Miss Susie Liddqn in Mari-
anna. During that time Miss Smith
was the recipient of many Ilvely at-
tentions and her charming hbs-
tess were two of the ten young penp ,;
r.nembers of Miss Dickinson's house
party at Greenwood coming home
soner than she expected in order to
see her brother Eugene whom she had
not seen since January.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mullen are the
proud parents of a fine baby girl, born
yesterday morning.
Mrs. Henry L. Gray who has been
spending the past week with her
grandmother, left yesterday (or her
home in Mobile.
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex-
tracts will give your desserts the fa-
mous "Blue Ribbon Flavor" which Is
different from all other flavors. Ask
your grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon
and Vanilla. Takes less. Flavors per-
Arguments in the cate of John B.
Vaughn, convicted of manslaughter
recently, will be heard to-day. The
arguments will be upon a motion for
a new trial in the case.
The matter would have been heard
yesterday, but for the fact that both
Attorney Jones, representing Mr.
Vaughn, an' Solicitor Loftin were en-
gaged In the Burton case.
If so, call on Wagenheim's Cigar
store, 32 South 'Palafox street. We
sell all genuine French triar and Meer-
schaum pipes at 20 per cent. less than

- U C parade anu o see it useu, regular price on aturoay and MOn-
as an exterminator of the editorial day.
thief. But-it has not always proved'
efficacious as an exterminator of that
type of journalist (?), largely owing u H
to public sentiment as exemplified In, I
the reply of a Pensaeola man when Clu e usic
asked why he didn't have an acquain- The Leaders In
tance arrested for stealing a suit of
his evening clothes. lew Prices 3 Easy Term
"Well--I look at it this way. He's a UAJYPices a sbwj
member of my club which is very ex-i
ciusive, and the rules as to dress suits Sole Agents for the Celebrated
are immovable. We positively could
not recognize him on dress occasions, Kra Mnirh 1D Bact ugWr,
in his own clothes and. since be might
raise no end of a row In the c!ub and nd Other
-well, no man knows what he may
come to and'-I'm not buried yet." *0
The Metropolis is wielding the new L .
parallel more effectively.
The Metropolis and The Miami
News, being pioneers, realize as no CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE* AND
new comer can realize, that it is to the TERM.
Florida East Coast Railway Company
that the people of that beautiful, pro- HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW
gressive and prosperous city are in- PRICl8.
debated for that beauty, progress and
prosperity which make of the "Magic Clutter Music House
City" a real wonder in municipal 114 8. Palafox St.
growth and importance. __ ..____
The Record, on the other hand, -
transplanted from soil that in twenty
years had not been so remarkably de-
,eloped by a railroad. even when t
was a "termluas," as Miami has been T h C r
in eight years, and apparently believ-
nig that Miami's prosperity waa o'e|
to the fact tat it was the terminal
and is therefore menaced by the ex- Index Sy tem
tension of that road to Key West, on
July 16 printed the following editorial
paragraph: Is the most coaveuent
"Talk as we may about the exten- and accurate rall at.- o
sin of the railroad to Key West, there keeping accounts whfch
is nothing i. the proposition that bodes keeping hcat
good to Miami. There is no prob4bil- has yet been devise
ity that a dollar used in its construe- You can but econmsr
tion will be paid out or spent in this
city. Every provision has been made
by therr company to supply ll Card Index
material and su pWles from other
States ad not a merchant or manu- Outfits
btearer need expect the slightest in-
c"-se in his busnes on account of Hem.
the work on the cotstfuctlon."
That parigrwn the Daily Miami Me-
'op 1ai keeps Sta a at the top of
the center o tta fts 0at page,
and each kI4 1 rYtg,pVari to It new
Uee jtat Gem te*iItteVr i t
ready p* S4a msar in lowi C. L jdoWs ft*- *
erlrfth- 1% *01 Viaa foe -
theft at "MIG,- oihm mate-

For the many occasions when a light tucks in the shoulder seam, back and
wrap is needed with the summer toil- front, the fullness so produced being
ette those modish redingotes oer a caught down into the velvet belt with-,
ette those modish redingotes offer a out blousing or bagginesa The sleeves
very practical as well as a fashionable are of loose but shapely fullness ini
solution. The one illustrated is in a the wrist. The en-eighths length, cut
geranium shade of henrietta, with lit- full circular and with the fullness dis-
tle vest reverses in -embroidered ecru :posed in inverted plaits at the back,
linen, and collar, cuffs and ceinture of the circular eut affording a smooth
a dark red velvet The top portion is fit over the hips without the intervea-
disposed with stitched-down plaits or tion of plaits or darts.

----- r- I Brtght Comments That Dre, Frm
Am waglisa Crltse sep t, eTw@ 1 the Llp *.'Jwuealleu.
CAmmt *e LtMIal* What could be more simple or more
There is little room in musle for hu- splendidly direct as a compliment to a
mor and no room at all for wit. When pretty girl than the small boy's ad-
I heac some onei te witt of a miring question, "Are your eyes new
Chopl ratberso r t fied, ones?" No "grownup" person could
you had better see ,doctor at once; have thought of that. "A ruminating
you are slightly m.ged mentally." animal is one that chews her cubs"-
In asipclation with words thIre can b, there might surely be less thoughtful
humor In mudec, as, fr example, the definitions. As for definitions, no dic-
prolonged low notes Handel gives to tionary has ever given anything better
Polyphemus when he-asks for a hun- than "a movable feast-a picnic."
dred reeds "for my capacious mouth." i There is a delightful note of the night
But the humor of Haydn and Beetho- nursery in the beginning of a girl's
ven in their instrumental works consists essay on boys, "The boy is not an ani-
entirely of practical jokes-a sudden mal, but they can be heard to a con-
low C on the bassoon, a horn passage siderable distance." equaled perhaps
which no horn player can ever hope in its splendid simplicity by the boy's
to play, a base who enters a bar too written criticism to the effect that
soon or too late. The late Harold Fred- "most girls are very shy and angry."
eric summed up the question beauti- It is the directness of the description
fully. He said to me one day when I which compels attention In vivid com-
had not laughed at one of his stories: meats such as, "Just before it killed
"Musicians have no sense of humor. me the tooth came out," and nothing
When I was a young man touching surely could be more Johnsonlan in its
negatives in a photographer's studio I absolute truth than the answer given
was very musical. I had notes in my to the painstaking schoolmaster try-
voice that couldn't be found in any ing to make the class understand what
piano In our parts. I had no sense of might be meant by the subversive
humor. Afterward I developed a sense word "antipodes." "If I bored a hole
of humor and lost my voice."-London right through the earth till I came out
Saturday Review. at the other side where should I be?"
"Off yer 'ead! You can't do it!"-Lon-
INCITED MUTINY. don Spectator.
An Eunrlih Aadmral Onae Dide T h THE COTTON GIN.
by Royal Co.mamn I
Not only did an English admiral once How Mt Whitney, Its Ilnvesters, e
receive instructions to incite his men I His Great Idea.
to mutiny, but he actually carried his Eli Whitney, the inventor of the cot-
instructions out. ton gin, got the germ of his great Idea
On the eve of the death of James L, from seeing through the Interstices of
and as a result of Prince Charles' mar- a but an old negro work a hand saw
riage to Henrietta Maria, Buckingham among the freshly picked cotton stored
agreed to lend the Vanguard and sev- within.
en merchantmen to the French. Be- The teeth of the saw tore the lint
fore his promise was fulfilled the Hu- from the seed easily and quickly, and
guenot rebellion at Rochelle broke out young Whitney (he was barely thirteen
and by the time Sir John Pennington, at the time, realized at once that a
who had been put in command, was mactune working a number of similar
ready to sail the authorities in England saws simultaneously would revolution-
became disagreeably aware that their se the cotton growing industry.
ships would be used against the He said nothing to anybody, but set
French Protestants. to work building models and experl-
Buckingham was conscious of the meeting. His difficulties were enor-
storm of indignation this would arouse mos, for he not only had to make his
in England. In his perplexity the only own wheels, cogs, etc., but he ad also
solution that occurred to him ws to first to forge his own tools and even to
instruct Pennington to get his men to mawpfacture the paint wherewith to
mutiny. A secret message to this ef- color his many plans and drawing.
feet was sent him through the Earl oft But he succeeded in the enu, and,
Pembroke, and Sir John, who had nothough the outbreak of war and other
wiPh to band there Johnver to had no hindrances prevented the invention
French, obeyed and allowed his from being actually placed upon the
torenc, obeyed and allowed is cr h o alkt iptl t:iy .yePars aoerward.
to rry him his oe back to the Mst complete cotton gin ever con-
Engln d. struetd was built from those very
What she M at. models and plans and with scarcely a
"Is yo' got enny bath fo' sale, boss' sige alteration.
"Any what, autyr A Wbs, R...o-

It Is relate of Mr. Webster that
when he was secretary of state bewas
one d4y reading at a cabinet meeting
a draft of a mnes.age he hbad wrirer
for the president to transit to canu-
XrM. A be went on he was constant.
ly iterrupted hy one of the members
with .gestloqa until. losing patience,
be tarred to,'Im and aid, "Sirt, tou'
miatbi as wll expect seven hens to Iar
ao ell* U aev en men to construct a

Ba4 T, e Jrnal'nas Want Ada.

"Haih, boea."
'TaMuuh; hath lak' yo' got on yo'
"Oh. hair'
"Yassuh; baiL."
"Why, no, aunty; this is a dry goods
store, net a hair store." .
"Dat's wbut Ah 'lowed, bos. But
smssus tole m to cum yeah an' t.
free yabda moe' hlh lak' she done pi
.Ob, yOonu sloYI ""
arlassub; m' talh."--Iutam Pst.

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to know, so

Be Patient and

Meyer Sh

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ready for you, but

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tis to your interst

again we say, I

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tis to your intereSstX


Sol Cahn & Co.
The Pure Food The Store tht Feeds
Store, Phones17 and 480 the People.

Depot Loan Office,


PMa 8 to Proritretos.
Money to Loan

Son Jewelry, Diamonds,
SWatches, and valuables
S 0 of all kinds.
Trnredeemed ploger always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice line Cut Glass.
Watches sad clocks repaired and work delivered wt-.
We have a safety vault especially constructed for our ;-'
In which to keep all valuables.
Office, i0 E. Wright, in Brggs Houe.
Phone 1127.

The J delivered o any

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.mwea aprecie at what a cosn it has
pi tor. r and actual during
I-.j sad yeam th m ismt be vasly lmseaed

I N owie Niagency af S a if the
i aabatnmt dedklctd t the easing al
prt-Wstion and its acco anying
It b is ed eftally,
d te raT iMing. its use ate
setting short fi arveouse "Ao
kiuad b mI* ib a friend indeed,"
that's what Mot's Friend k .
Soid at all du stores fo

following receipt o order. Store is open all eight a

orders received on the mid-nlght malL are sent out at 7
o'clock In the morning, reaching the Customer a few hours

after they are received.

PHONE 1100.

is Now n aling a Spdatd d the


Orders for preswriptlons and everything sold by a fir;-
class (Tug store are filled and sent out by the first train
following receipt ot order. Store is open all night ant1
orders received on the mid-night mall are sent out at 7
o'clock in the ifiorning, reaching the customer a few hours
after they are receiveti.


PHONE 1100.
The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery

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i's Worth MI It Costs to Hae-etoile to

Your Property Looked Up

and Made Perfect.


Pensacola Investment Co.

W. 11. K LS P ruliS t
J. L. STIlUMA%. '.- VLmhl& Ma d. GM -

L I- ss aerury.
a-w mS, m Trusrer.

RaEt#86 % mse, ewel dewsui
215 South PalafK Street, Penmncoia. nfleaa.

For eie.
FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale. Apply
to Those. Pebley. STjlylw

Six desirable building lots at
2, oo@.


A Nice Home, 505 ES Gadsdcn, 7 rooms, t


We Advertise Free.



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FOR SALa -2 floor shdw cases, heavy
i plate, Zftx3ftxtft; 2 counter show :lTl uTar'? r,
cases, double strength, glass 17x261in m VIN L VEi N
x6 ft; 1 table case square. double
strength, glass 22inxl271x3ft; 1 tripll-
cate French plate Mirror. glass 18x40; 1 -
wall mirror French Plate, glass 18x40; 475.0
1 arc light for gas. Will sell the above w
at less than factory price. All new 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, 4x30. S. L. Benham, 22 West $750.00
Government street. 2t01yor three of the choicest corner lots
FOR SALE, STEAMBOAT-Suitable on East Hill, 1 block from car line
for freight and passengers. 85 fet fronttng south sad east on hard street.
long. Great bargain. Write box 837, r R
Tampa, Fla., for photo and partlcu- For Rent
laram 2311v2%
I .610 East Jackson street, newly
00 TO TURTON or all stmes Sai. papered and painted, with
Cameras loaded ad unleaded free bath ........................$17.50
of chrgs. Heo make beat photo Several others for tne asking.
graphs B &o outn. e years a lu d-
rp ... UIa Money to Lend

sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-
ment. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla.

FOR SALE-Combination horse, 7
years old, 1G hands, sound and gen-
tie. Also registered 53r:od mare. A
v% *- Oat

In large or small amounts, lowest
rates. Any one having funds to invest
will get good service and attention by
communicating with us.


I. Hlnman, Century, Fla. sy -
WANED I HE LP WANTED WALL TITS by experts; resultsi
guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone!
VN interest n ce TIVEN-4" AGEMENT awaits a sol- FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine -
.. .nt arrest n offic -jly cltor. lady or gentleman and collector young mules, soand and in good
.27Yt of6 good appearance and address. C. condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-
:,!. ;:AT :; years old now manag- D., care Journal. 26jly3t baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June.
:, -',r for Doctor. v, aW s pOsitlio _O
'r, r Dortooar v s pyoe THREE SALE MEN WANTED-- DO YOU wat to buy or m U al tha?
a ,v kind. W. Rantin, Hore' Three salesne for our new county, A little want ad will bring woaderfl at
2. 7jlylw Twnship and Railroad Survey of Flor. re lts Th cast b too cnLet
-T FineJese cow. State i This srvey is a splendid com-t d elay
. . 4,\ --Fin. . . .". S t p ila t i o n o f -..
n- amont of mik. Apddre ion of fts, iSg rues and drawings FOR SALa-One Choice block on top t
S ar Journtal. mi 2ly3t an of woderfl value. Counties and of t e ridge east of the electric we
.. .I. towns fully indexed and population of railway, between 7th and 8th streets *
'.\ A\N-T--To buy ive lot lying to- each is given; railroads plainly shown'Nature has favored this section and it OQe
.*' in good section of ast Hill. and distances between all stations are, cannot be duplicated. A. V. ClubbL. SeM
.. ~'ap Address "Lots. care shown; congreessona districts oul- prd. .
2lylw* lined, numbered and population given. CHICKE w T proves .
S.. -To buy n era. good Other features too numerous to men- "Makes towlsespecially well avored.
: i P~uc!~o iTh* cheapest food;t be:c "** V L 1W
in Pensacol or in ataon." A splendid opportunity for ener- .Meil. ,. P e M 34
in.Pe ..%-or inSantagetic men. IuR d Mch'ally & Co.. lea &.-o.... ...1,
,ntyc, heap for cash. AdCh gMcNaly -I C al a a M
IV*. SSoule, Mary Esher. SantaC- .Ill. 26jly aw* FORfa ,frni.ture K
F.. a. 2_11-mqP W-- s-Itore, stock and account. Cal tat
unty, ,an. gry' I WANTED-A cook. Apply 434 E Z.a-. 338.140 I3 ntendeOS Ter
x,, \; EU.-A-ny girt l need of riend- ra ossa. 23jlylw* - aBAjL.-l-rBom bM. crjumr %
a help di e e, b4tc, WANTED-Agets for a small quick lot blocks rom Plateo, let U
and willing assistance b y I e-in article d in a -
., the Matron of the Salvation seh a le needed 2in every .2 oPtale U
.Resme Home, -d St. an d ave- h household. 60 per cent to agentL. O i --. - . CL0
Sh m. Ala d. "Qic Seller, Care Journal Office. iJo

.S. BROWN & Co
200 Theisen Bld'g

Money to Loan.

INEY TO LMND-On good real so
,ue securty or o good oHllaz4
lowest rate& Lslie R ULoa
af buiing.Aim
sY LOA4MWa%) aay = an
WiAS PersmonalPl propryPt. rable
Okl? Sr memtuLy. waet Y" s
soy. f tme & AWUse'2 tjQ6W
ruMeMt etle04 1 ltsbuA7 buoagaa
ft L "Ge
)NET LWANUD am g o"g o
imm awmur" I aSy aonMg
A sI soa & OL

mET LOANED on all kinds of va
oIa property on short notice.
msa easy. J. W. Bullard. ostaira
South Palaftx St., Phone 1144
.LWTMITD ah ut u -D te r orI a
pL aOllkla4 if ptosl y erw
ca ra t bo eualawt mi o -E
s. The New To tLd oa Ca au

... 23jly1w* WOR SALE-Scond-hMad eash S, South Pala es --" -
S TD-Te Me ts Tr WANTD- ood nurse tO stay o t l a s"c o. dtsl. W.4 C
% an-, your movig ad haula oot, NspetN. Pa... Y -c or d, UM.t A rl kr U ls.,Cea
be seen at James Mcla's. 2omo ai
'Prop. Phone 97. 18smaelm. 21Jiy 8 P LAFOX ST.
v .ATEtl-o buy for cash, a few YOUNG MEN--Or iU stred cats- FOR SALE-Fresh better, cream. MON T 1 tLO.L ON DIAMOND
-.h.ar .American National Ban k e explains how we teach barber sweet mnil, ane boutermlk. ie- ]Watches, f ie all
pri Addr J. LJ, trade I Mola lierer d at any time of day. No. 4eOfe. t W
C: 3,, iunr Barber Colle, Ne Orleawn, La E. Belmont street Phone 907. 7Jylm* itere t 'AOln 11 asrodme
A.\NTED--Your elecr;ic work of al lylm* .
S; Let ur cean your fas m- WANTrED.--A4.Ita In dlerent coun- MIseIouaneewsn m m.An'agyI
,e:- "gL" i= ,= f 11t ren t uen-ne f oro *Eur
a.-: )oar dynamo, do Your wriag. etc.ties in FUorwi to handle Alpine Safe r E W"
inloIe ..7. Peieacoia Electric Co,- and Lock o.'s Fire and burglar Proo TRUNKS, DRESS UIT CASES, V A- R Re nr
,.-.er luteudcuc- an- Baylen streets, Saf ..Res and Va.t FtE atso eve r LaS AD RIlltoo, V R-.NT-House near Saunders
Sunelm. descr ption Write Fitur of everm UISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly Mill to family without children, who
S ASO O ived another ScarriPtt or teFars. and promptly repaired, a F. B. Bruce's will take three boarders. Call at Jor-
, \Il1aSSO 4 CO. ic-vi-ed another Scrrit Mer. Pensaca, Fla, Flor- big repair shop. Send them down.
- :!pm(nt of imported pure olive oil, ida State Agest 28 bne.. r .92w dan's store, opposite mill. 25Jlylw
r.tailed in gallons, halt gallons -- FOR RENT-Ofce room with show
S rlars Any tntelligent persa my earn a PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do window. Apply at. 34 S. Palafox.
\.AN'TEl--lThe people of Peasacola g od s n cm orrespondin for new tuning and repairing. Guarantee 19jlylmo
( ceae worrying. Let The Jouraat pers; se o~_mrpao ; ~aemricas" satisfaction. 17 years experience.. J. R RENT-Twelve-room dwelling
Sa., Aus ,olve the problem for you. u ydicat ockars. Conrad Scott, 243 E Gregory. tJlylm* Corner Hayne and Wright. Suitable
re epe denctes, and caSydat Locport,
are'e ra deu oueae kiand N. 13june3m Build you a house, I will gie you for boarding house. Apply W. S. O ar
r m; x-'ou -'i re l o si a aN for it, prices on material. P. O. Box 288. field. 12july
., -'auded iam the 25000 or aO, Phone 310. JoelFrater. Yard at Bay- pOR RENT-New fve-room cottage
Swica" makes thea- poplao oi r *w len Street Wharf. 8ounelm* on car line, corner 1.th street and
.NTD--Hau. ;W and tWrn REGULAR MAIL LINE--Good coavrt 8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
Srk Oce phone 36. R-esidnc FOR SAIA-New'Si- Sewing Ma. ance for traveling public. Daily ser. gallery. 12ju
r ... 90. Acosta &White, 22-2 N. chine. Che. t N. Spring St vice each way. rom Chipley to Bay. POR RENT.-Lower floor of desirable
-aonarr 2an.ch 2jlylw head. Address J. M. Taggle Chipley. residence on North Hill, untfrnish
o -_ -ch .lyw IM t4ach ed. Address 444, care Journal.
A NTED-Orders tor The Journars FOR SALE CHEAP-MY three-year- REAL ESTATI 29june 1w"
B*ecAi Pe sacla and Panamama Cua i nlA Rekahire, hberd tlA r n-Duk.. *e -...- -.- -- -. ---,. .. .. -

uon. which will tly appear. FIlorda, No. Al ssome fineI RE AL th and we .
vL.: ,ctain half-toso pictures of city oung pigs. 1 -onthld boar. all b th rnd and wiu
boadegered pecil enes. 16is tra rrd. Carl et.build your house on og ts pay
So-dr at journal o rested an trua i serre C al a t-men ar Hale Wims t& w.
SANILD --6-cod-a d Corn,. o T WErT HIRl W D VARD ca TAILORING-B I. Diamoad TUor.
.l cotton sd l sueacks Out a; Tuppy you wlth stove wood. blocks Goentcoth clh cleaned, premed a
f' 6 Ueeat & C L cit oak wood, spt e .. pa.. knots, or, e on ahort notice. No. 11
SM' iaa "1. 04. R aarch.g p se 1 S C. IL Wet, Gi- ent Xt. Poen1oa., l.
A IL B:NGHAM waut your moving Willams, proprietor, r. St., a.
ud hau:ng. He guarantees al break- Jackaso. Emayla; FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY
none 80. .. Sta...lord -tte t CENTS per head, we we bw ov
FOeR l-T aSAM-4 aFloridn TS or EN Stea Agente c. Ilt,
...i UlNiTU-i,. Hoe I for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and at 1~hor t Iatendela. HerraeM
.c Articles, Jsewelry ad sm ei I Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions a. t
A.:ce wanted. We y orash manufactured by Alpine Safe ani,
:: : Address P. 3 53I C tty. Lock Compaay of Ccladosti, Ohio.' SAILMAKER.
d4ee Communiate with me for prices and J. H. PORTER, salmakor, 716 South
S, RENtTAL BUSINESS is our terms betre bur e rl.e0r~. Scar- Palafox treLt Orders takes for
&.and yo w **sisas w ritt Moreno. PemMoosl, B a tents. awnings, camp stools aad houe
'-- rarl ea. .ial Wu ZJ 2S e. as. et cPrice reasoimble. 3ja
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S WANTED-Young ladI
S ion as tenographer,
or country town. Com-
. Ir figur,. References.
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Shull dog: short piece
r.c.ng on collar. Reward
.-;: S. Palafox St. t27Jly

bull d g. with whi:e
eye. Reward for re-
S Palafox St. 22jlylw*

'BO~rd andRorr

FOR RENT.-Residene lately o>
copied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply to R, M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox stet 7Jun
FOR RENT-Twenty-room bouse, oo.-
nor Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra.
gossa. 26mft
Neither the Captain, Own-
ers nor Consignees of the
Br as Homewood will be re.
sponsible for debts contract.
ed by the Crew of said vessel.


Por MS0.00.
SBmall cottage, rents for $8.00 per
moath, on Rombaa, just east o tarra.
gona street. This will be business
property. Only open for a few days.

044 8. Palafox, Fisher Building

There will be meeting of this
body on the first and third Wednme
days of each monthoat 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
eat. W. ROBERTS,
W. I& DELAY, Preesdeta

Pensacol Lodge No. 8, K of P,
meets every Monday evening at 8:00
o'dock at their Castle Hall, Blomt

Watson building, corner Palafox and
Garden street Visiting brethren er,
ially welcome .
H. HORSI.I.. K. n R. & f

Sathbon Lodge NoM
0 K. of P, meems ever
ST~nursday evening at 8:00
o'clock In their Castle
ba. third toor. Blount.
mWason building. south.
w~t corner Pflae,, MuA
Ga fen Mtreets Vs g knight are
codially welooned.
A CRUTI, 0. a
C. J. Levy. K. of B. a

Knigh of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
"".* ,bt0 -lt thesta bill.
No. 8 West Intenden.
cla Areet, on *very
.ounday evening at
7:0O o'clock. An in-
t i vitatlon Is extended
to visiting Knights.
3DM. FOX. Grand night.
^PeWoeis L Kl&4 1. 0. 0. .
Pensacola lodge No. 4, L 0. O. r
mceta eTvry Th urday evening at 7:;P
at the aB ball on Wet Gareie
atrdet. VIlStlng btrthren cordia'
InvXted. .. A NILaON.. 9,.
B. twr OV-, kU fectety.
4aml LAdle No. 10, ebekah a
tors mets eery Monday night at
a o'clock to L 6. M. F. Ran vw
Ung steri a rdally Inviteod to
WSS MA~MI VRUMAN. Secretary.
Lve Oak COmp Noa 1, W. 0. W
eert Is Pythian Hall lt and Q8r
Wednesday In each month. Viagtt-
sovereigns eodally Invited.
r. A. BOGHoICI a .
TSAM i t BtOOKC. Clerk.
Exeolalsr Enoampment, 0. o.
.Eeiotr aospaeNat No. 4 meets
on seood and ouorth \vednesdgays a
L 0.0. I.Ul, on Wert Glard
street. Viitlng patriarch lavit
chif atlrab.k

Joppa Lodge, NO. I. 0. 0. .
jopP Lodg. N. S, L 0. O. r,
meets oerv ue, y evening at 7:0
o'ceok at a ra all, Wet Gerdag
street. ViWttl brethren cordIally l,
waited. H. JWRDEVINE N. G
C.. SMITH. See.
Oa o QoTe. L No. 4, Woouram'S
Circle, mew r Thursday at .
gL Visiting sovereign corndillly
ed. MRS. B. OLSBN,
LL" B .uNAM Guard ia.

M. 9. B. A. No f1 meets first ane
third WedneSdy evening at 7:20 p.
m., Rafford Hal No. 10 West Inte
dend a Street.
A. 0 FELL, Pres.
J. I. SWENSY. Bee.

* 9 4
Office, Brosbaham building, aet
to Peosacala Business College.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pnsacola, Fla.
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For Steam Division
Trains leave Pensacola for the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Walrington,
Navy Yard. and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Batrancas 7:35am
9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12: 60pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
1:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pm
6:15plo ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pin
*8:10pm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:50pm
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8: b0of ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 1l:40amn
2:00pm ar Pensacola 2:40pm
5:15pm ar Pensacola 5:55pm
7:00pm .ar Pensscola 7:45pm
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
Electric car will leave Pensaco!a
eyery hour from 6. m. to 10 p. I.
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 Pen-
sacola at 6 a. m., which will, on re.
turning, leave the Big Bayou at 4:.6
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above is the week day sckedai
which will begin Priday, April *1. -
Electric car will leave.Pensacola at
7, 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
12:50. 1:60, 2:50. 3:50, 4:60, 5:50, 6:50.
S 9 and 10 p. m., runnDig through to
the Big Bayou, and Immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensacola add will then
run to Pensacola ahead of the traij
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this electric
ear schedule and w.l work in connee.
Union with it.
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Pi, t. a and

6Ol Steamblp Co.
W. BARROW, Master.
And all peint en. St. Andrmws Bay,
Carrabelle an* Apalachlcola.
Leve Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 p.
m. torJlobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p.
a. for St. Andrews, Mlllville, Apa-
lahlcolia, Carrabelle and Intermediate
For additional lafo'matloi apply t
R. R. COBB, Presidet4
Gen; Frt and Pss. Agi-
Pensacola. J a.

Fine Photopreph
Pensacola Florid


lA".RD-Delightful WI
*.-hore; loretiyn. Va-!
Inquire of mm. Q

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And Th J
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F! -_7Jpen t
P'an. a arn 1 -.
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For Rent.
818 N4oth 7th avenue ......... .00
625 W Remma a ...V............ 10.00
211 N 9th Avenu ....e......... 10.00.
809 North 7th avenue........... .00
3154 South Palafte, miuapra,
suitable f lub or M or
705 South hlafe. -
207 East Government



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ProfesSODal Dectory

Office 7'/ 2. Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to &

Room 406 Thiesen Building.

PHONE 559.

Attorneyand Cousllorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 500 Thiseen B'Id. Phone 74

Office-Southwest corner of Palafoz
and Intendehcia.

PHONE 525.

Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, SL


will be out of town

July 30th to be ab

sent until August


Office at No. 7% S. Palafo, Blouro
Ofce Rour-S:80 to 11 a. ., ad
2 to 6 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
65-two rings. Office Phone 6.
Sundays-Subject to call,


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no equaL
SoWd vcrywbe..

S.A. Friedman
Wholcsale Distributer,
Leader m Imported Wi'ml

r rand LiquAors a' m-"

M. r. QONZAL & co., Ps ,

TUOCKUrE -3'v*

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We have about $10,00 on and, which we can lend on good real
estate security In sums of $100.00 to $250.00 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 bloct 143, New City tract overlooking Bayou, 6
.lots, at $1500.00.
Block 120, New City tract, ovedlooking Bayou, 20 lots, at $2750.
A very desirable Dwelling, 6 rooms, now rented, North Hayne
street, at $2260.00.
Dwelling, North Hill, near car line, $2250.00.
Two-stor y Dwelling, West Gregory street, at $3000.00.

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

Those. C. Waton & Co
Cor. Palafox and Garden Street.


Sor Rent.
Neth Hill reeeiame, o10 eme. ..5600
711 North SBatn .............. S"
a .W.thW i.s ...... w. ..... S0
Heme Mer Pefd Whirf .... 2M00
21 Weft femna .............. 200
314 F St 9 ...............to
49 East Ch ................ S. 1 0
ass wet *Ma ................ 1-00
Dwowlil Near teddwert....... L60
421 East verinwst ............-11A


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ae h carterer' by te hour, ~ay or cbola. etc. bring their condition to the i place in muslin and lay this cold Aried and found guilty of publishing
Wme k. Tace and Cooking Ut"- attention of the physllran.- To onion poultice on the chest and throat. libels against their supreme highnesse-
tstig s ackle d Cookg t- If a man man t smoke-adi we admit Ga er T o Cover with a folded towel and band- the king of Siam and the dey of Al-
Sthe charm of the habit to those who age tightly. This reads very simply. giers and for a punishment was forci-
PHONE J. have become accutomed to its ooth- but It is only an easy way of apply- bly carried to the Swilcan burn. a
Ing Influauces 1t him choose a mild Ing a thoroughly scientific remedy, for stream running through the famot s
cigar and have certain set times for In- f 'the active agent In the onion Is a vol. links, and there ducked.
Ir H dulging. If he puta s certain restraint Ftile oil whlch has a powerful effect on
OWNfR. upon himself I-m the start in the mat- the bronchial tubes, the nerve centers Notce to the Public
ter f smkg he will not overdo t Will outwear. ten other and the skin.
sad thmre am few men who can smoke stockings of similar makb.
more than tree Cgars a iy without Oives strength to the Hea.
'ury.-M1aI Brief. knee. -Will not tear or membere, my boy." said Uncl LOCAL UNIONS 47 AND 107, CAR-!
I MAR u 11 o rniiruM break. Sizes, 6% to 10. James as he gave Bobby a coin "that PENTERS AND JOINERS OF AurI.

my mw mmw

to charter by private partle
Ur trips. bathin or othe

SSmri e ahip's boat for Spalish
amIr da e Loao, one of Dewey's
son etares.

most om-


Higlas- wife. aya if I should
die she weod remAtn. a widow un-
til death. Of erae h.a might change
her med, but it is sort of consoling
jst the same. Jitns-Brvidetly your
wife tthiks there i no other man in
the world like you. Hiqgns-On the
contrary. he'b afraid there is aad that
she'd get Mb--Bostou Trascript

ustle--YTem s that you did not
knmw y a were ioltta the law. Ah,
but, my dewr rr, igratMe of the law
Is so ea~re to any man. Prisoer-
That's ratr r qph both of a, aai't
tt. Yow bwort (Ck-Or4w l the
e, ,' '-

At te cdos.
Mm a woo ae th* heooksand
t. ey'es qt SeldYer" ste s mlt
L And dW "aNberwtb bmO.
m*ia- te also
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ff you take care of the cents the dol- -* v ai-
oo tte a oI the CtA ,e .CA, AND LOCAL UNION 459,p AIN.
las wml take care of themselves." AND AINT
Bobby looked a little dubious. "I do ER AND DECORATORS AND PA
take care of the cents." he replied, PER HANGERS OF AMERICA,
"but as oon as they Let to be dollar WILL HAVE A BUSINESS AGENT
pa takes care of'em." AT THEIR HEADQUARTERS,
The Shell Game Man-Why not try:FROM. PARTIES WISHING WORK
te game? It's imply giving away DONE' IN EITHER OF THESE
money. The Stranger-But why not LINE. AND WILL BE GLAD TO
gie away te money witot w gotnu FURNISH MEN TO DO IT AT 8
trough what mems to be a needles HOURS PER DAY AT THE SCALE
Wetffbs a the vseemeM. L. REDENBACK,
Yo my your late ancle w"a an er- Sijulylw Pre. Local No. 74.
antr e o1d belew. Do yesSltnkb
mtrlc lmselow. o q nnslaok h* Na. 21, F., A. M.
-a"I 't kmaw. Tle wll bha't be! Special m eetiug Pensacola
w LodgeNo. 21, F. & A. M,
ad @yt."-W Wrk o the I. M. degih-
te gsat"ret rormpr t a4 ais e tisiting bthrqe are cordiany ravteal
est Sat' Mlm hae ra a % o Mde- W. '.

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f.;frws~Mt "Cpf4led ad emjoiihU life to the fullest
lan-t b -1l 7yM are able to provide for them. Wouid
ty wstillr OjP the coforts of life bhoud you die?
ares raotiPrt for them if you die, or for your own de-
clfta yeMrs f you liv

SiKnewles Bros. <'^o
,; Pensacola

ammem -sm .

S* BlakemDoor, Br. s, NeBr e, 162408,

S Bi m Crw" lwStNl. f EIT EAC, f.r $DHavana, with 351,474 a ft lumber.
=It E WASR TL COLLEGE TEAM Blakemoor, Br s", Bruhn, 2408,,
71,at', the excuse uc oalau ft ," ezie to Pensacola Lumber Co.
by some for the "mroei- WIU bIU "Ji SU Lat kADM4 ION, r BruntJignam. kr s. Flause 1635, .
ised cotton" cheat. to say Las Palmas toFr. J. Schreyer.
nohi ngabutloe qw RN ft ff-k.t Timma chil WILL BE THE LAST GAME OF THE Car"ha Br as, Johnson, 541, 118-
Ity. However, the man S' "EAASON vana to Export Lumber Co.
.who demnsower prieIB k kMJIsIn Ala. J ge Call's hoisim. SAO SIRi, Br as, Nielsen, 129, PmuO
oaht to .ave whea bt e Blount, c; Scholls, p; Leonard. 1st to J. A. Merri, s&, o. 2
calls for. He no d About tw weeks ago bhe eleven The opin of b: Fisher, 2nd b; Touart, s; Bell.3r Elawick Park, Br as, Mills, 2208,
pays mor e n About two weeks ago e eleven The opinion of Judge Call, of Jac: r d b Tou Vera Cruz to F. O.BHowe & Co.
to; the idea o t year old bo of Mr. and 1rs. W. L. ;Jdge Call of Jc Happy, If; Brent, rf; Brent, cf. Vera Cu to F. Howe & Co.
to;athe Ideais to workths e yr od b n . onville, who has handed down a appy r Goodwood, Br ss, Booc. 2313. Baltr-
man who wants the best Vermillion, Of 6 Heinberg street. more to Wm. S. Keyser Co.
al te the away f oe and he had nt. cision on the Avery "Jim Crow" a1, Homewcod, Br as, Jorgensen, 1263,
ltrrt substitute the at been heard from w nfll yesterday wbhen does not affect conditions in Pensacol, Pomaron to or:er.
mercerized cotton" cheat, a boy answering l s descriptionw86UTPEpTIor-any e xp InRN'E TI s. r toorer C s0... C
and the addiional profit | Tuto d T w tn r I RPENTHI' STILLS. I1h 0.e
is pocketed with a smile. ocatd J. the district presided over by that o- llanstle to Gulf Transit o n. I
to tht effect was eouaelved .: McMillan Bros Co Navigator, Br 9s. Netherton, 1648,1
Better stick to the "all-wool." ournalafollows: So far as Pensacola is conern Vera Cruz to A. A. Brown & Co.
ere's no trick or cheat about Lohd By The Journal. the same conditions that have prevayl- Manufacturersm Rornla. Br s, P.*esant. 1380. Huesv I
.WLook for the label, "H. S. a Jy ee e wd he sine te paisase of t law MOBILE, ALABAMA. iSeasIta sp, Bianch, 8, G
U" all thing to look for, a ti nof l ostboy ineJour el,'on boatedIdwcontinue, until a dscioun Is hand-;_. to Gu1 T;'2npit Co.
big thing to find-15 to $25. Dreamland y. He s sic. (Signed) trct, or b th sounrt dieclar- l Asf Spa Bern o .
8outh Alabktlatn." ingthelaw ncont?^^aol WLiverpool to Pens?, :ola Lumber Co.
----.---- The Journal at otce informed' Mr.1 Solcitor Lon when askedM AaS VaIaina, Br &s, McArthur, 1408,
Vermillion of the receip! of this tele the. matter yesterday afternoon, and Norfolk o F. How e & Co.
gJohn W h e -am and ne immediately began an whatwould be done if the company a Naval Scrs M Waerr. r as, H..ne., 2666,
J Ah n W /hltO investigation by telegraph to ascertain lowM he whiift ny al- Naval Sicres Ma-ket Liverpool to A. A. Brown & Co.
Joh n W hiidinvestiatlo t by telegraph to ascertain lowed the white and' colored passe.t- Savannah. Ga., July 21 -The naval't1.5
I U W II the identity of the boy, bu he was get's to mingle together and sit In stores market closed -T-d naas olB.-
not successful In getting the desired: whatever portion of the car they de- lows: DeGroor: Gliobatta. Ital bk, Fer-i
wto mB iy information last night. He wtil prob- stred, stated that not .nly the com- WW ......................... 5 05 rari, 12S/4, Buenns Ayres to Yellow
Sbly hear this morning, but wheth-r: pany, but the passenget4 were as much WG ...................... 4 85 Pine Lumber Co.
S n he does or not he will lae to-day or amenable to law now a before Judgo ........................... 4 40 Hudson, Nor bk, Kn-'.-en, 771, Loo-
S225. Jackson In the hope that the boy there Call rendered his decision, ani that t, .4 2.3 .don to or bk Kder. L
P 225.is hisA. would be enforced until a court otK ........................ 4 15 Ital Lk ltuc Cinguni, Oltvarl, 1258
At the time the boy ran away The proper jurisdicticv bead rende']ed aI ........................ 4 00 from Genoa. tn Rcsa~co Bros.
SJournal published a description f decision declaring the new law un- H 3 S....... 9 Magelian, Nor bk. Moiler. 1148, Rio1
him and also an advertisement asking constitutional Janeiro to Southern States Lumber:
information for his whereabouts. The Many person are of the opinion G ...........................38 C.
above telegram is the result of the that Judge Call's decision affects the E........................ 3 0 Oceana, Port bk. Molledo, 1123, New
publicity given the matter by Tre entire state, but such is not the case. D........... 3 40 Orleans to H. BaarJ Co.
ourn i ...........................Thomas ai Lk, Garro. 803. to C.
N wJackson Ala., is a small town on C ........................... 30 Cale ro ar 0 to Dr
the Tombigbee river about 60 miles Cured Brights Disease. Spirits Turpentine, 56% to 56;-c. *
north of Mobile, nd it is also on the Geo. A. Sherman, Liabon Red Mills, 6chNoonere ,
line of the Soutern Railway. The Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I hadHarry Lew Br n.79 Matan
Sboat Dreamland City was formerly kidney disease for many years and New York, July 27.-The cotton zas to J. A. Merritt &Co.
Owned by Mayor Bliss of this city. but had been treated by physicians for market opened easy at a decline of 9, Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds. 1225. Bal-
is now owned by Mobile parties, twelve years; had taken.a well known to 14 points under active liquidation timore to master.
kidney medicine and other remedies and bear pressure, prompted by lower Nelson M. Atwood. Am sch, Watt.
that were recommended but got no cables and good weather, but after in- 653, New York to order.
By Excursion Friday. relief until I began using Fqley's Kid- creasing the decline to a matter of Ships.
We cn save you money and atisfy Don't forget the tug Monarch's regu- ney Cure. The first half bottle re. 16@19 points there wa., a rally on Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu-
you If you desire a frst-class Piano. lar Friday excursion. kead the ad. n llieved me and four bottles have cured covering to within 3 or 4 points of last nera 1170, Liverpool to master.
New Pianos from $100 to $600. OxD y's paper. 27jlyst me of this terrible dissae. Before night's finals and there seemed to be Evelymion, Rus ship, Aylnr, 1882. a.
gB sure to see the Baby Pano- I began taking Poley's Kidney cure support by bulls on the advance. Navalre to master.
alest degular iPiano made for young RaI N U D O I had to make water about every Trading was fairly active during the
tad old alike, $100 to $175. KAISIONU fUUDix FORK fifteen minutes, day and night, and early session and after the opening MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND
It will pay you to call or write s. passed a brick-dust substance, and break the market was generally WINDOW SCREENS. H. G. DeSILVA
A ITR C AIR sometimes a slimy substance. I be- steady. CO. 26jlylw
TUNING A SPECIALTY. A FORESTRY CHAI li eve I would have died if I had not
taken Poley's Kidney Cure." W. A. New York Cotton Futures. A BAMBOO LAND..
PHONE 476. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary. New York, July 2r'.-Cotton futures
By Associated Press. opened easy. July 10.55; August 10.54; Wale OUseaulnme of This Wetdertal
LUTTER & RUSHING, Chicago, July 27.--F rst steps to-
CLUT R & RUSHIG. war t raii of 0. to be used New Suit Filed. September 10.59; October 10.72; No- Plant In. Cna..
In the endowment of a chair of applied The following new suit was filed rembe 10.78; Dcmbr 1 d; Ja A recent traveler in China lIpressed
12 Goenimnt Steet. forestry at Yale University, have been yesterday in the office of the clerk of 11.0. bid; Mayrh 10 bid. with the wide usefulness of bamboo
taken at a meeting of the executive the circuit court: 1100 bid ay bi tus states some of the possibilities
PENSACOLA, .. FLORIDA.. committee of the National Lumber S. D. Majors vs. Louisville and l St tk. A man can sit in a bamboo house,
Manufacturers' Association. Nashville Railroad Co., a corporation. New York, July 2.-Trading was under a bamboo roof, on a bamboo
- The committee has in charge the damages $10,000; those Pebley and quiet in the opening dealing and chair, at a bamboo table, with his feet
l* raistng of the necessary funds for the Avery & Avery, attorneys for plaintiff stocks were generally narrow. Erie resting on a bamboo footstool, with a
endowment of the chair and the ap- second preferred opened up % and bamboo hat on his head and bamboo
Ypointment of a special committee of F RIM T DAV then ran off, and the common stoea sandals on his feet. Ile can at the
three practical lumbermen to co-oper-HSHIM TODY was a fraction lower than list night. same time hold in one hand a bamboo
Sate with the Yale forest school faculty Delaware & Hudson rose a point and bowl, in the other bamboo chopsticks
with a view of directingthe course of you want fresh shrimp for yo reading %. Some of the Southern and eat bamboo sprouts.
the stu ork of securing a committee ond also idy dinner ring Harry Bler Railroad stocks were slightly Wde hen through with his meal, which
the work of securing a committee 0 o e dinner ring Harry pBlunner,
PTHE T rllhone 675. 29J1ylt* pressed. Series showed effects of profit has been cooked over a bamboo fire.
THE TUG 100 lumbermen who will have charge taking, but the general list hardened the table may be washed with a bam-
M O N A R C H o the work in the various lumbering MOSQUITO PROOF DOOR AND Ins y tth1 booul anc he can fan him wi
districts. -n Reading. St. Paul, Northern boo l he can fan himself with
M The support of the United States WINDOW SCREENS. H. G. DeSlLVA cific, Northern preferred, Missouri P bamboo a ao
WINOWSCEES.H" alSLVIabambooo fe, lying on a samsoo mat,
government was also solicited and & CO. 26Jlylw elflc, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sauiti bmbo bed, lyng on a bamboo mat,
will run the following schedule, Gifford Pinchot, chief of the forestry 9__e. Marie and Metropolitan StreetI with his head resting on a bamboo pil-
building, will be made an honorary Railway got up 1, the smelting stocks. I low. His child might be lying in a
FRIDAY AFTERNOON member of the executive committee. L. : Lackawanna & Minneapolis, St. Paul bamboo cradle, playing with a ban
FuRIDAY AF E RiN ONr"i and Salt Ste. Marie preferred 1%, and poo toy.
Leave City for Life-Saving Station, POINTS FOR SMOKERS. Th UUII l 1 Sloss-Sheffield Steel 2. Third Avenue On rising, he could smoke a bamboo
4:00. sold at a decline of 1%. pipe and, taking a bamboo pen, write
Leave Lite-Saving Station for Gulf, some Aevre .o rPnew if Then Mw.. a letter on bamboo paper or carry his
l :4 e a t hen w e. Baylc n and ]nttendentC. Clay POap In eraves. articles In bamboo baskets suspended
Return to Life-Saving Station, 5:45. Very few people are aware how much A very curious old custom is aseo- from a bamboo pole. with a bamboo
Leae Life-Saving Station for City, harm Is done to young men by the al- We I, NlllnI Pr kftlw elated with Interments in the cemne- umbrella over his head. He might
1:00. most universal habit oi cigarette smoL-
Arrive Pensacola, 8:45. ot un. e man who abit o cigarette s MEATS AND VEGETABLES, FOUL tery of Labruck, Connemara, Ireland. then take a walk over a bamboo sus-
ig. smokes cigarettes TRY AND GAME Ir: SEASON. A box of pipee-short clay--4s brought pension bridge, drink 'water out of a
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS has one always In his mouth and is con- with the coffn, and a pipe with tobacco i bamboo ladle and scrape himself with
tinually Inhaling nicotine Intil the sys- FREE DELIVERY. Is served out to each mourner. The a bamboo sweat scraper (handker-
. term Is saturated with the ~ioison. pipes are smoked in silence after the i chief). The bamboo ingenuity and per.
The result of this practice is a ca- PHIL JONES, MANAGER earth has been filled In and a mound sistency have produced (bamboo) joint j
APTANtarrhal condition of the nose, throat PHONE 805. of stones raised above the grass, the results which exhibit the potentialities
and bronchi, a disordered and very Ir- ashes are solemnly knocked out on the and possibilities of the Chinese people. !
Hinly u i iDr i il n1.ET A ritable state of the nerree, weak and -- top and the pipes broken or left behind. ,
rapid actLeo of the heart and indiges- The origin of this custom Is unknown, 'd asl n smeotland.
&lq -" mwmu wvl oM en. but It is thought to be emblematic of They haze in Scotland. too. only there I
LAUNCHES Thin, alaemc, weak, with clammy The W "ashe to ashes, dust to dust." Empty they cal It "ragging." A recent ex-'
hands stained with nicotine poison, un- The W f nOr black bottles are also to be found scat- plot of certain St. Andrews university
strung nerres and degenerated mua- termed about the site. students was to shave the head of an i
PUPID, ROT. L. ., NANCY AND cI, the yooth of the tapd go on Igno- unpopular man and cover it with red
EDNA S. rantly sautgag the consequences of a IBHrorehtle. paint. Then their vengeance fell upon
pernlicou habit until attacks of heart O i ftll For bronchitis cut up two or three one wbhq had refused to Join in their
trouble, nervoir prostratton, melan- large raw onions, mince them very fine, frolics. With great solemnity he was

has a

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lower death rate, tower expmese rate, and hiher
it rate th any company do aig buiaessw in Florida.
uld be uay for yo to declde the ret.

a m. WIMea General Agent.

Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. Agents
for James lcKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chains of all doscrlptiona.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.

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for hours during the day when it is not needed? It heats
the kitchen unnecessarily-and coal costs money.

A Gas Range Burns Only When Needed
for cooking and insures a cool kitchen. Why not put in
a Gas Range and a Gas Water Heater? Ask us abou:

27 Eat Garden Street. Phone 14 1
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Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. I-rPeu 259.

John Massey.

Jackson Brandon.

4 D. Adam&

Pensacola Electrical Company
Cor. Tntendencia and Bell Phone.
Baylen Sts. 57).
No Job to big or small for us We do work in any part of the
city and also outside the city.




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