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


NEW ORLEANS CONFIDENT


Poss;ile t Trae All Cases Caricature Sketch of the eA e'


Ra-


1 1 1 --i%%9 -------
-FP'L) FR N' ANY SOURCE.
CLNEE-L S;TLAT:ON REGARO-
L; A 'OP~EFLL-NO CASES RE.
r:TED OUTSIDE OF NEW OR-
EANS--CITY BOTTLED UP COM-
ERGS;ALLY.

By Associated PrM-.
-..--. ..-;,. *: 3M H MMMME
,". -;::ns. Aug. l.--Fol-
::e record up to 6
e.kll : %
-- 4-. total cases to
:- :al deaths to date -
4: otoal foci to date
S- record shows a con- .
S.rovement so far as
S:f foci is concerned "
no secondary infeco
;n' cxisti'g foci.
;, -al situaLion is re- ,
,- hopeful


S( ; m Aug. :.-To-day wit-
in the number of
v* pver. This was
rw of the thi '
ir,.va:lea for
Swas. how-
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Silz, I.'," and hrc health


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s egonrx'a sa ': coin.
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High Commissioner of South


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LORD SELBORNE.


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I. B. ILSON AGAIN GETS E[Tr r.II
By Associated Pres.
STATE PINTINS CONTACT Joph Mo., An 1.-Fire of
STATE PRINTING CONT ACTunknown origin which started at about
1 o'clock this morning in the beef
THERE WERE ONLY TWO BIDDERS. I. B. HILSON AND JOHN C. COL- vats of the local plant of Swift &
Co., entirely destroyed the beef de
LINS, AND LATTER'S BID WAS THROWN OUT BECAUSE apartment. The entire fire departments
of tile packing company and of the
CHECK FOR $12,500 DIO NOT ACCOMPANY IT. city were called out, an] after battling
with the flames for four hours got
Special to The Journal. Collins. Mr. Collins's bid was the low- the fire under ent rol. he beef and
TaUhassee. Aug. 1-he state es, but was shut out for lack of the o f there p ltr depare gutted, and
Ta nahatsee. Auct Iwatot $12.500 certified checi, which the part of the poultry department de-
printing contract w awarded today to d relied h co e stroyed. The loss is estimated at more
Aboard required should accompany each ill.an $50,000. The partial destruction
I. B. Hilson. the present state printer, 'bid. thean $50.000. The partir. destruction
with the exception of four currentI It is -eProrted that C. H. Dickinson, wit the business of the local stokerfere
volumes of the supreme court reports, private secretary to Governor Brow- i hes o d
contract for which will be awarded to- ard, has resigned to take a position in market he losis covered by in-
niarrow, and eight volumes of the same the comptroller's office. It is under- surance.
report, contract for which will be stood that Mr. Dickinson's place as
awarded in SeDtember. 'private secretary will lbe filled by Gus SAVANNAH TO
There were only two bidders for the Brown, one of the governor's confiden-
state printing, I. B. Hilson and John C. I ial lieutenants. I aiIIFCTIP AT


a traveling man from Chicago. is in
the detention camp just outside the
corporate limits of this city suffering
fnrm yellow fever. There are no other


C ra- tucrs-y and cases here. The infection has been
trace-e to New Orleans. Almost a
* .' continue to ex- panic followed the news here and sev-
-u mr'l' k tcme modl- eral hundred people are leaving on
,.'.i:n. regula:ions' outgoing trains.


S: ; i, ; ci1y com-
.. ::: lo-day of
* N.' Or:cart. which
'* 'IK L f-'.m Italians
A, h. diseasee first


DERED TO
E%=ORCE QUARANTINE.
S cI -Governor Da-
San order directing
nimander of the
::: as many men as
S-h a strict quaran-
.::* where yellow
Ti.h military will
S"ra:ns entering
'::: where boats
""i'n is necessary
.r of health has
h ,o enforce the

REVEPORT
C ER CASE OF FEVER.
: -Barney Tracey.


Louisiana Soil II


REGULATIONS ADJUSTED
BY MOBILE OFFICIALS.
Mobile. Aug. l.-The quarantine
board of Mobile Bay, which has charge
of the maritime quarantine of Ala-
bama. met in special session to-day:
and adopted quarantine regulations
affecting all vessels from Colon and a
number of other cities in Central
America.


WRIGHT MURDER

CASE ON TRIAL
By Associated Pres.
Rome, Ga., Aug. 1.-Trial of the case
of-V. T. Santorrd. charged with murder.
ing Geo. Wright, which has many sensa-
tional features, began to-day. Only a
few witnesses were examined, but no
testimony of an unusual nature was
brought out. Judge Moses Wright
would not allow minors in the court.
The case will be continued to-morrow.


INTENSE HEAT
AT AUSTIN, TEXAS


CASE OF FEVER
AT MONTOOERY.' By Associated PreeL
.-Austin. Tex. Aug. 1.-Last night
Montgomery. Aug. 1.-It is olcially ,.nd to-day witnessed one of the
declared that there is a case of yellow most intense heat waves that has pass-
fever at the pest house here. Ied over Texas in many years. Last
night the humidity was so great that
UIITED STATES WILL p people were forced to leave their sleep-
PARTICIPATE IN CONFERENCE. ing rooms and take to the streets for
air. At midnight the thermometer
By Associated Press. registered S9 degrees and to-day it
Tangier. Morocco. Aug. 1.-The has been over 105 degrees.
United State$ government has inform- --
ed the foreign oice that it will send New Treaty Completed.
a representative to the international St. Petersburg. Aug. 1.-The draft
conference on Morocco reforms. of the new Franco-Russian commer-
cial treaty has been completed. The
French delegates will leave for Paris
wrr a f' l ito-morrow.


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(I VLOIIIUAI L
By Associated Pres.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 1.-Health Off
cer Brunnor, of Savannah, has gone t(
Louisia-a to investiga;. yellow feve
conditions and to determine whether
Savannah shall quarantine against
New Orleans and adjacent points.


BASEBALL
August I

By Associated Press.
Southern League.
Atlanta 1, Shreveport 4.
Nashville 6, Little Rock 5.
LMontgomery 2, Memphis 1.
Birmingham 3, New Orleans 0.
South Atlantic League.
Augusta 2. Jacksonville 1.
Macon 5, Charleston 4, (first game.
Macon 4, Charleston 3, secondn
game.)
Columbia 1, Savannah 5.
American League.
Washington 4, Detroit 0.
New York 3, Cleveland 2.
Philaaelphia 5. Chicago 4.
Boeton-St. Louis, rain.


National League.
St. Louis i. Poston 10.
Cincinnati '.. Nwv York 10.
Chicago 6. Philadelphia 7.
Pittsburg-Brooklya, rain.


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TO ATLANIA New York, Aug. l.--Destructi* of
IBy Associated Pressmosquito larvae by petroleum and the
By Associated Pres. weeding out of shrubbery in mois
Beaumont, Tex., Aug. 1.-Word places in and about the Long Islam4
By Associated Preos. reached here this evening that one and New Jersey resorta has almost
Mobile, Aug. 1.-Judge Clark of the white and two negro boys were killed eliminated the pests. according to re.
d United States court here was notifiedioutright and tv.enty other persons; ports collected by he Herald. Expes~
This afternoon of the removal of the more or less seriously injured in a iments with oil, begun two or three
United States Court of Appeals from lbhavy wind storm which struck Mess- years ago, ha.e been entirely succeu-


New Orleans to Atlanta Quarantine may late this afternoon. The town is fu!. The sprinkling of pools wth
restrictions led to the change. sit uated in a forest of pine timber and I crude oil ha4 een reinforced by sy
the wind uprooted several trees which termatic ditch;i at many points whleh
PEPORTED ENGAGEMENT fell upon houses, killing and injuring'has completely ob'torated the damp
OF MISS DEACON DENIED. the occupants. Telegraph and tele. spots where the mosqiitos were ia
o i d phone communication is cut off. former years bred by the millions.
By Associated Press.
New York, Aug. 1.-The reported
engagement of Miss Gladys Deacon Will Demand that Congress
and James H. Hyde was given authori-
tative denial to-day by a member of rde
Miss Deacon's family. Provide Sparat Bu au


By Mississippi Soldiers

. assOc:ated Prem. 'diers employed as laqaratime guards,
Aug 1.-Advices have invaded LJAlslana soil with arms.
: capital of Uis- Dr. Soucbao. president of the Louts-
iash between the Lana Board of Health b sb Ld Gover-
.uisiana authorities nor Blancard to wire the e per au-
:- buatioa is imal- thorities in Waoragtal to ltrene
-.iat Milsssippi sol- at ocG


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By Associated Prss.
Washington, Aug. 1.-President Jor-
dan and Secretary Gheathamn of to
Southern Cottoi Association to-day is
sued a statement addressed to mem-
hers of the Association calling atte-
tion to the recent disclosures of ottoia
statistical work in the DeIPatmeat ai
Agrkiclture, declaring that eoprts
were being made to divert attuan


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from the "deficiencies" )f the system
Itself to the "Thieving propensiies of
a few unwor''ty officials."
The statement calls pon member -
of the assoelation to deaad of o *
gross that a eegara e bersu b e este
Itsed for the pUrpos o iahadMn C0 ea
top reports, sines this admhtr y i.
"lshe. two4hlr Q i a ,a.g
balance.

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President of National urd o
Trade Commenes in-
istratiOu..

BELIEVES SUGGESTION 1AT HI
RESIGN BECAUSE OP -ISCLOS
URES IN HIS DEPARTI*NT, ARI
UNPATRIOTIC AND SETIONAL.

By Associated Pite& .*
Oyster Bay,,Aug. I.-The ,resfden
to-day authorized the publication of I
telegram received from W. S. Harvey
president of the board of trustees o
the Commercial Museum, Philadel
phia, and chairman of the advisory
committee of the National Board o
Trade concerning the work of Secre
tary Wilson, in the department of ag
ricult ure.
The telegram praises the "greot, prac
tical, substantial results to the nation
oi his administration" and says: "Hi*
rugged, sterling integrity command:
the respect and admiration o a 11 good
people. No patriot with an eye single<
to the service and honor of his coun
try, will take advantage of the de
flciencies of the department. Those in
the section these men represent, de
nounce all government reports thai
did not favor them. Their attitude on
the ginner's report is an illustration."
Want Government Control.
Chicago, Aug 1.--overn ~ent legis
lation to control life insurance corn
panies is sought by the tloquote Clul
of Chicago. The plan oftlUned is t
take the subject up at Wasatoimt
and prepare bills for congress. I
is proposed to invite the co-leratlo
of other clubs without. 4ipect to po
iltical aItiatli s ,

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LNING, AUGUST 2, 1905. PRICE 5 CEI 8


I MOODY CONFERS IMMIGRCTI1


WITH PRESIDENT t


regarding Cases Turned Over By IT LAT UYD AWN

DAIIG HOLDUP the Agricultural De p BY CHIN
SIl UT apartment. U U u N

Of F IAH U STOPS UNEXPECTEDLY AT SAGA- ubsttt for ast Trea
MORE HILL WHILE EN ROUTE
PY TO NEW YORK ON DISPATCH E
PnAR BOAT DOLPHIN. Chinese Labor.


STwo Men and Three Women Rob- By Associated Prss AMERICAN LABOR
1- Oyster Bay, L. I., Aug. 1.-Attorney
E bed By Bandits Near General William H. Moody arrived
Chicn here to-day somewhat unexpectedly.
hig He was to have come to Oyster Bay Excluded from China B the Pro-
this evening to pass the night at Saga-
By Associated Press. rore Hill, but as he came up Long posed Measre.
Chicago, Aug. 1.-An automobile Iland Sound on the dispatch boat Dol-
t party, consisting of two men and three phin he concluded to land here rather
a women, was held up ana robbed last than to go to New York for the day. ALL CHINESE SUBBJECTS, NOT LA
, night on the Siheridan road between The attorney general has been cruis-
f Winnetka and Glenco by three mask- ing for a week along th3 North Atlan- BORERS, WILL BE PERMITTED
1. ed bandits, tic coast in the Dolphin. After he
r The touring car was ascending Hub- was landed here the Dolphin proceed- TO RESIDE IN UNITED STATES
f bard Hill when the robbers opened ed to the New York navy yard, where IF SUPPLIE WIH CERTIFI-
3- fire with revolvers on the occupants. she will be fitted out for the use of .
I. Two bullets punctured a front tire and the Japanese envoys. They will make CATE8.
then struck the side of the machine. the trip from Oyster Bay to Ports-
. Owing to the tire being punctured es- mouth, N. H., in the vessel.
n cape was impossible. Attorney General Moody drove out
s The robbers, flourishing their weap- to. Sagamore Hill. His mission here By A soclted Press
s ons, ran down the hill to where the at this time is to consider with the Seattle, Wash., Aug. 1.-The Post la-
d automobile stopped and compelled the president the cases that have been telligencer to-day publishes a text of
e occupants to hand over their valu- turned over to the department of jus- the proposed new treaty on the immi-
. tables. twice from the agricultural department. gration question as set forth by the
S The highwaymen then made their Inquiries now are being made by the e dt s
n escape, attorney general into the scandals de- Chinese government. The draft is un-
The victims were: C. A. Woodruff, veloped by the leak in the cotton crop der consideration by this government,
t purchasing agent for Armour & Co.; report and the case of Dr. George T. being a substitution for the last treaty
a Mrs. C. A. Woodruff, H. G. McClel- Moore. who resigned because of hie between the two governments regari-
land, Mrs. H. G. McClelland and Mrs. connection with a nitro-culture comn ing the exclusion of Chinense labor
W. A. Schlossman. pany. from the United States. On date of
The total value of the plunder taken The attorney general expects to go signing the treaty laborers of both
Swas several hundred dollars. Mr. from Oyster Bay to Washington. He countries shall be excluded from the
- Woodruff was robbed of $35, Mrs. may leave to-night or he may con. other, laborers being miners, hawkers,
b Woodruff of jewelry and a small elude to remain at Sagamore Hill until washermen, fishers who salt ordinary
o amount of money, Mr. McClelland of to-morrow morning. Ash for local trade. Americans or
n $40 and a valuable watch, Mrs. Mc- Chinese not laborers are not within
t Clelland of rings torn from her fin- *the restriction. The treaty is not re-
gers and Mrs. Schlossman of a dia- NLW ORLEANS CLUB troacutve, provisions being made for
a~nnd brooch valued at $300. laborers to return to their native
A.short time before the automobil- TRANSJ ERSE DAT countries, certificates being furnished.
lsts were held ip Oarl Miler, ai. ex- T AN IiORL SO. -D T E 4hin~ee klborirws for countries other
pressman, living near Hubbard Hill. than- M rirlca shlU hni te righz to
was attacked in his house by the same pas& through the United States, sub-
three men and robbed of $18. He was By Associated Pres. ject to the regulations of the nation.
Severely beaten over the head with Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 1.-Pres- American possessions being different
revolvers, ident Kavanaugh, of the Southern from America proper, Chinese laborers
l Baseball Teague. announced this morn- may be admitted into the Hawaiian
UNDESIRABLE ing that arrangements had been made islands and Pnilippines as sulbjwcts of
UNDE IRABLE for the New Orleans team to play the other eastern nations.
rest of the games scheduled at home' Chinese subjects other than labbr-
f IMMIG N TS on the Meridian grounds. This order ers shall be admitted into and per-
SIMMIGRA T supersedes the former temporary ar- mitted to reside In this country pro-
rangements announced a few days ago. vided certificates are furnished them.
By its operation the regular schedule All Chinese subjects who wish to
By Associated Press. of the Southern League will hold good. enter America having proper securi-
New York, Aug. 1.-Undesirable im- The arrangement followed a telegram ties shall not be detained or impria-
Smigrants from all parts of Europe are from President J. H. O'Neill, of the oned. When officials desire to in-,
Spouring into this country at an increas- Meridian team, to Charles Frank, man- quire into the rights granted to Chin-
ed rate, according to United States ager of the New Orleans team, offer- ese subjects admitting them fdlo
Commissioner Watchern. About 48,- ing the Meridian grounds. Mr. Frank America, or right of treaty, said sub-
000 Immigrants arriveda during July wired an acceptance of the offer this jets shall be allowed to secure for
against 36,000 in the same period last morning. themselves representatives. The right
Year. It is also quite likely that Shreve- to appeal from the ruling of the offi-
The undesirable element is shown port will make use of the Chattanooga cials is granted. Where Chinese have
by the increased numoor of deporta- grounds while the quarantine lasts, no authority to enter, officials have
Lions. More than 1,000 were sent playing their scheduled home games power to grant entrance or passage
back during July, as against 615 a in this city. This order has not been through the country. Chinese in
year ago. announced, but seems probable. America shall be unmolested as long
The special boards of inquiry are at. they are law-abiding, and none shall
working particularly hard, in order to UL TIM ATU M TU be arrested without a warrant.
,prevent the undesirable immigrants IL I l 4 I i IChinese, excepting laborers, perma-
from landing. nent or transient, shall have privilege
TELEG bRAPPn RS of bringing families to this country,
SSEiVEN KILL D BY F* *they present proper certificates.
Chinese can not become citizens of
o: By Associated Press. the United States and China has a
r| SUBMARINE MINE St. Paul, Aug. .-General Manager rght to r egister Americns and
r tHu, of the NAugrthern Aaci Managery Chinese in respective countries. Diaa-
rHorn, of the Northern Pacific, today agreements in interpretations of treaty
sent an order to all telegraph opera- are to be referred to The Hague or
By Associated Press. tors employed by the system from St. ar to be referred to The aun o
Stockholm, Aug. 1.-Seven sailors Faul to the Pacific coast that they both countries. The treaty is to be
were killed and eight severely injured could accept the terms of settlement effeclie ten years. A year's notice
to-day by the explosion of a sub- 0o the wage question offered by the is necessary to authorize.
marine mine during mining practice company or could leave the service.
in the Sandaham roads, near Stock- Just how many men refused to accept
holm. A boat containing the victims thl. company's terms is not known. NEW YORK AfTER
struck the mine and was blown into
the air. THREE BOYS THE MOSQUITO

COURT REMOVED KILLED BY STORM B, otd


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ALL MAIL ORDERS ACCOM*-
PANIED BY CASH PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO.


ALL MAIL ORDERS ACCOM-
PANIED AV CASH PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO.


Marvelous Values is the Order of the Day During Our Semi-Annual


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It's a twiceayear sale, occurring regularly in August aed February, a time when we force out a4 SURPLUS. LOTS, DISCONTINUED NUMBERS, BROKEN SIZES and ODD LOTS by marking down evry-
thing at a most POWERFUL REDUCTION, former prices being entirely ignored.' Do not fail to attend this sale. Come to-day, shop around, look for the ODD AND END PRICBS, note the mr-
velous values and you'll be as enthusiastic about this sale as we are, for never in the annals pf store keeping has this or any other house offered such remarkable values in seasonable footwear.


Men's Oxfords.


$5.00 Potent Kid Oxfords, all
styles, to go at..................96
$5.00 Vici Kid Oxfords, all styles,
to go at ......................$3.96
$;.00 Tan Russian Calf Oxfords,
all styles, to go at ..........$.3.96
$4.00 Oxfords, Patents, Tans,
Kids and Calfs. lace or button,
all styles during Odd and End
sale .........................$3.19
$3.50 Oxfores, Patent Colts, Pat-
ent Kid, .Vici Kid, Box
an:' Velour Calf, heavy and
light weights, blucher, lace or
button, tans or blacks, all repu-
table makes, in fact, any of our
$3.50 Oxfords for ............. $2.89
$3.00 Patent Kid and Colt Ox-
fords, now ..................$2.18
$2.50 Choice of any pair in the
store ......................$1.98
$2.00 Any Style that's your size..$1.62
$1.50 Satin Calf Work Shoes, now $1.18
$1.50 Oil Grain, Old Men's Com-
fort, pegged soles ..........$.1.09
$1.50 Satin Calf Congress, cap
toes .......................94 cts


Edwin Clapp's Oxdords.
$6.00 Patent Kid Oxfords, the
highest grade shoe made, dur-
ing Oda' and End sale........ 4.98
$6.00 Russian Calf Oxfords, the
supreme leather, Acme of per-
fection, all to go at.......... $4.98
The EDWIN CLAPP SHOES are
acknowledged to be the HIGHEST
GRADE MADE, but, then, the sizee are
broken, 80 THEY MUST GO.

ladies' Hosiery.
$1.50 kind, black, silk embroid-
ered Ilsle thread, now......93 cts
$1.25 kind, black, cob web, lace
insertion, now............. 77 ct
$1.00 kind, all lace Lisle, many
patterns, now ...............47 cts
50-cent Tan and White Lace, Lisle
thread, now ..................39 ct
25-cent Tan, Black and White
Lace and, Gauze, now........19 cts
15-cent kind, fancy effects for... .7 cts


Indes' Oxfords.
$3.50 -Patent k19, turn sole, hand-
seied ... ..... ..........$2.88
$3.50 Tan Bflcher, ribbon laces,
welt sole .."........ .......... $2.88
$3.00 Tan Orfords, ail styles.
what's left, now........... .$2.24
$3.00 Vici Kid, lace and button,
now ........................$.43
$2.50 Oxfodts, Tans or Blacks, all
styles, at.................... $1.96
$2.00 Oxfords, Tas or Blacks ,all
styles, at......................$1.64
ti:50 Oxfords, Tan, large eyelets,
wide laces, at ................$1.18
$1.50 Oxfords, Black, sizes 6, 614,
7 and 8, only.... .............$1.01

Men's Hosiery.
50-cent kind, solid colors and
fancy, 3 pair for., ............$1.00
2.-cent kind, all colors and pat-
terns, now ................19 cts
25-cent Boys' Heavy Ribbed School
Hose, now ................19 cta
25-cent tMisses' Tan, Black and
White Lace Lisle, now......19 cta


Ladies' Strap Sandals.
$3.50 Patent Ideal Kid, French
and Cuban heels, one, two and
three cross straps, all styles,
now ........................$2.27
$2.50 Patents, French anna Cuban
heels, three and four straps,
also ribbon effects, all to go at $1.96
$2.50 Vici Kid, 2, 3 and cross
strap, French heels, now ......$1.89
$2.00 Patents and Plain Leathers,
to go at ....................$1.59
50-cent Boudoir Slippers, red and
black, now ............... 39 cts

Children's Sandals and Oxfords.
$200 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ................... ...... $1.46
$1.75 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .........................$1.39
$1.50 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ................... .... $1.13
$1.25 kind, choice, any pair in- store
for .......................97 cents
$1.00 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .......................87 cts


kisses' Sandals Oxfrds
$2.50 kind. the choice of any pair
in store for....................$1.94
$2.00 kind, choice of any pair in
store for............... ......$1.47
$1.75 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ................... $1.39
$1.50 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ....................$1.13
$1.25 kind, ,ice of any pair in
store for .AK ...............9 ct

Inants'Sanals i Oxfords
$1.50 kind, choice any pair in
store or ..................$1.12
$1.25 kind, choice any pair in
store for...................93 cta
$1.00 kind. choice any pair in
store for ....................82 ets
75-cent kino', choice of any pair in
store for...................49 cet
50-cent Soft Soles, all colors.
any pair in store for........ 39 cts


SALE STARTS SATUl


DA Y, A UGUST 5 and continues until all BROKEN LOTS ARE SOLE
SeA a thoT forget the date. Bring this advertisement with you.
Reanmbcr, we are the only ones in the city that have an ODD AND END SALE.


, AS WE NEED THE ROOM. Do not
We will show you whatyou want,


102 SOUTH
PALAFOX STREET.


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FEET FURNISHERS
FMO FOLKS.


Pabst


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equaL
Sold everywhere.

Q AI Friadman


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CARRABELLE


Mr. James Manning and wife of this
lace are sick, and Dr. Webb, of ePonce
)e Leon, came in Monday on the east
found mail train to see them.
Mr. M. Jewel, of Prosperity, was
i town Sunday.
Several people went from here to
once De Leon Sunday to attend
reaching and' the unveiling of the
Vickers monument by the W. O. W.
James Manning, section master at
once e Leon, came in this morning
Visit his sick parents.
Dr. Wilson, of Chipley, was in town
ne day last week.


MILL VIEW


Special to The Journal.
Millview, Aug. 1.-We have had two
r three good showers in the past two
eeks, also some very warm days.
Mr. A. D. Carter. who has been on
he sick list for two weeks, is able to
E up and will soon be able to be at
is work.
Mr. W. W. Crow was a visitor in
ensacola Saturday.
Mr. Weston, of Montgomery, re-
:rned home Thursday after a pleas-'
nt visit with friends on Perdido
each.
Mr. W. B. Howard! and family, of
.ontgomery, are at their summer
ome on Perdido for a month or two
Mr. W. E. Peebles and family, and
:rs. Noble, of Montgomery, are at
ieir summer home on Perdido Bay
nd will remain until October.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Davis and
daughter spent a few days with
lends in Pensacola a few days ago
nd enjoyed a trip on Pensacola bay.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Glander spent last
sunday with relatives in Pensacola.
Mrs: Carter, of Athens, Ala., return-
i" home Sunday after a visit of two
weeks to her son.
Miss Rosa Nelson, of the navy yard,
visiting friends in Millview.
Mr. Herbert Caro and Anson Wheat
ere visitors in Millview Saturday
rening.
Mr. C. M. Wheat is visiting his fam-
) this week. Mr. Wheat has a posl-
on in Scranton, Miss., and this is
is first visit home since going to
canton.
Mrs. Geo. Westmeyer and daughter,
Pensacola, were visiting friends
ere last week.
There is to be a dance here Thurs-
Ay night. .
Mr. G. Ff -Iber, o Montgomery,
ent several days in Miliview last
eek.


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^Ver s sewas equin
Special to The Journal. P
WholeSle Distributer., Carrabelle, August l.--St. James P
Hall Thursday evening with a good p
La ir n Imp ted Wi attendance of its members and it was
decided on next Thursday evening to p
and Liquors serve refreshments for the members t
and their friends, consisting of ice
PHONE 171 cream, cake and lemonade. They will
N.. 81 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. be entertained by C. C. ,Wm. Sawyer,
PENSACOL Lwho will deliver a lecture on the sub.
PENSACOLA, PA Ject of the origin, benefits and growth I
of the order.
The Jr. 0. U. A. M., will meet at
THF PINSACO LA their hall on Friday nigtit, August 4th,
when Brother Bridges, state organizer,
will be present, and at that time will
CLASSICAL SCHOOL impart some useful information for
the good of the order.
City political are now waxing warm, o
and the prospects are that there will
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO be a hot time in the o'd town.
ITS WORK. Both mills are running on full time; tt
vessels are being loaded: the fish busi b
ness is good; merchants are hustling hi
and -drummers are numerous, reports
Prof. Walter Miller, professor ofiof yellow fever in New Orleans not- p
Greek in Tulane University, after withstanding.
visiting the classical school, wrote Wm. Adlam reports that he has kill- tu
the following unsolicited opinion to a ed nine bear. this yea: and the last ai
fnb ad c: ear track seen in his neighborhood bi
friend and coleague:I was headed fog" the wild woods of New
"The Pensacola Classical School !s River. M
doing a splendid work for the cause of *h<
southern education. It is established
upon broad principles, it cherishes the .
highest ideals of scholarship; it maio. WESTVILLF
tainu a high standard of excellence;
and by the best modern methods and ll
equipment it secures thoroughness of d
training comparable with that afforded Special to The Journal. fr
by the great fitting schools of the Wetvlle August I.--Hon. H. E. a
0"t. To my mind the Pensacola g .-Ho. H. E. a
sa<. To my mind te Pensacola Hickman, sheriff, is a busy man these
Classical School is one of the ver days. returned Saturday night
best secondary schools of the south returned saturday night
Dr. Venable, president of the Uni- from Ozark, Ala.. with a prisoner in
wersity of North Carolina, writes: **It charge and left Monday morning for ed
Sves me pleasure to testify to the Marianna after another prisoner. w
tJoroughness of the preparation f The Wood Lumber Co. has two en-
the students who have come from gines on its new line now, and carry- Is
your school to the university. We tag a train load of logs to their mill
should be glad to have more of the at Caryville twice a day. w
same type." Mr. J. N. Culver, of DeFuniak ev
Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin Springs, was in our town Wednesday.
and History in the Alabama Polytech- Hillard sbroxton'had the misfortune II1
tic Institute, writes: "I consider the to get a leg broken last week while ti
Pensacola Classical Scbcol one of the laying steel on the new railroad. hi
best fitting schools in this section of Yoar correspondent has an Invita- SB
the soth. I can confidently endorse tlon to the marriane of Miss Annie
the thoroughaess of its work and the Jean Pippin to Dr. I ois Victor High- of
healthy. manly atmosphere thdt pe- tower, both of Ouark Ala., cards hav- hb
vades the nlstitutio. nag been out several days announcing
ar further tntormation or ctsa- tetr marriage. de
bagw o the school addrem. J.' D. Crew hs returned from
I. CLAY ARMSTRONG. Oark, Ala., where he wet after a sp
Pricipal. price r. 4


BELLVIEW


Special to The Journal.
Bellview, Aug. 1.-The meetings held
here during the past week by Rev.
and Mrs. Anderson have been very
successful, a large number having
joined the church. Fourteen have
been baptized. Gooad crowds have
been in attendance at all of the meet-
inga th nne Sulndlav hbeing estimatAe


Special to The Journal. at over one hundred and fifty.
Marianna, August 1.-The young Brother and Sister Anderson expect
people went on a picnic last week to to return in September.
Natural Cave. The cave was lighted There will be services at Eva
up with a large number of candles Springs next Sunday, conducted by
which made it very easy to pass in Brother E. Gandy, and upon the third'
without danger. Mrs. M. J. Dickson Sunday ip August conducted by
was the chaperone and carried the Brother Powell of Myrtle Grove. A
party to all parts of the cave. cordial invitation to all is extended.
The officers of the J. C. & E. Club
met last Friday night. BURTON
Mr. William Biackshear, of Dublin, BURTON CASE
Ga., is visiting friends and relatives in
the city this week. WAS POSTPONED
The circuit court which has been in
session here for the last two weeks
completed its work Saturuay.
Miss Julia Gardner, of Fountain, WAS TO HAVE BEEN ARGUED IN
Fla., is visiting Miss Ushula Baker T
this week. COURT YESTERDAY, BUT
Work is progressing on the resi- WILL NOW BE HEARD
dence of Mr. J. 0. Gammon in West
End. FRIDAY.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Daniel, Jr., have
just returned from their trip to he
West. The case of B. H. Barton, who was
The town is making many needed recently convicted upo: the charges
improvements on Main street. of forgery and uttering forged papers,
Mrs. D. L. McKinnon is visiting her was nct argued in the Criminal Court
daughter, Mrs. F. C. Wilson in Florala. yesterday morning as expected. It
Ala. had been set for argument upon a mo-
Hon. W. B. Wynn has just returned tion for a new trial, but for several
from a trip to St. Andrew. reasons it was deemed advisable to
postpone the hearing until a later
Croup instantly relieved. Dr. date.
Thomas's electricc Oil. Perfectly safe. Judge Beggs set next Friday as the
Never fails. At any druig store. date up.on which to hear this motion,
and it vill then be decided by him
Simaruba Dark is an old Creole remi whether or not a new trial ill be
Smaruba Bark is an old Creole rein anted
edy for Diarrhoea and all bowel dis- gra
orders, and is a good one. Calain'
Simaruba Bowel Tonic does the work. During the season of early voge
Is not a strong astringent, contains tables and unripe fruits, diarrhea
no opum or other poisons. Is palat- and bowel disorders are prevalent .
able and effective for children orl Calais' Simaruba Bowel Tonic stops -
adults, inrce 25c. Sold at White's the fermentation, kills the rolsonoun
Pharmacy. germs and cures In a short time. Pric2
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LET US FURNISH
YOUR

ICE CREAM
kING UP

Bre's I.e I rnFiehwy
PHONE No. 1104
Corner Zarragosa and Tar -gol
CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
QUANTITY. -


5oc. Sold at wnhtes rParmacy.

LEBUL DVERTHIEUETS.
In Escambia County Circuit Court,
State of Florida-n Chancery-A.
F. West, vs. Jacob Klein, Bernar a
Schliater and Kattib Shliater, .hi
wife--Forde loare- e Mertgage f
On ModaW, t0e..4th day of Sepbem.
ber, A. D. 1995, the defendants Berd4,
Aldatera&dV Ktti* bchbtar, at"
VItled to tippar tL th-e b l ,
gLasa atkb hemtag:"A ordest!
be pbhl h ed ce each week for ftot
cosecutt e week In The Peas~ la
Jesw ml MeWi r pb M~hed In #aI


WHY MERCHANTS SHOULD


ADVERTISE IN


THE WEEKLY JOURNAL

The attention of merchants and advertisers
in general is directed to the fact that The
Journal's WibKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the county outside
of the city who does not tak the daily.
Advertisements in the DAILY reach pra-
tically all of the city people and a large part d
the country people; but an advertisement in
both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
all of them-both city and country.
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a compila-
tioi dfthe local and telgraphic news which
ha been published in the daily during the
week, and it reaches every subscriber in time
for him to read on Sunday.
We P ac* tmmhau w he who -A
t c-icrrtry frj n C aff t stay a0.
of uTc oWreeI ky u.
It is mailed to subribe for $100 per
ywe' es*d practical -ery voter in Escambr
county heads it.


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MAy ANN WHITE
Admialstratrix of Estat of M31 : .
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YESTESOI


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VERY SERIOUS


CHARGE


ha eachd te Rip age of 1 John J. Grimsbly Arrested and
TMrs, am um ay ea- Held Withont hBed Penoiqg
t il at City. Investigation.
Josel& OommyAs. one of the oldest John J. Grimsbly. an aged white
citizens of Pensacola, expired yester- man, residing west of Pine Barren, is
day morning at the Griffin home, cor- ai, occupant of the county jail. being
ner Inten-*ncla and DeVillier streets, held there upon a very serious charge.
after an illness extending over a e- His arrest was made late Monotay
...fsvr a. night by Sheriff Van Pelt, who went
rid of several years. During the past to the home of Grimsbly upon receiv-
few months it was known by those in- Ing telegraphic communication from
timately acquainted with him that it parties there.
would be a quqtUon of only a short The arrest of Grimably, who Is well
while before bhe amsl pass6 way. known throughout the county, caused
Mr. Commyns leaves a wift and one somewhat of a sensation among those
son. Francis E. Cmmynas, and in addi- who became acquainted with it and
tion a large nuniber of rqatives and the very serious charge which la
friends. He had reached the age of docketed against him.
71 years, and as most of his life was It is alleged that the grand-daughter
spent in Pensacola, he was intimately of the prisoner was the victim, and
acquainted with a large number of the her brother, Luther Grimsbly, made
pioneer residents of the city. He had the affidavit against his grand-father.
held a number of positions in the city The warrant was issued out of the
service, but of late years haa' retired court of Judge Bellinger, and as the
from active work and remained quiet- offense with which he is charged is
.y at home, hardly ever venturing out not bailable, he is held awaiting a pre-
upon the streets. I liminary trial.
The funeral services will be con- Mr. Grimsbly, when seen at the
ducted this afternoon at St. Michael's county jail yesterday afternoon by a
church, of which the deceased was a Journal reporter, said that he could
member. The funeral cortege will not understand why he had been ar-
pave the family residence at 3:30 rested, except that it was a trumped
o'clock and proceed from there to the up charge in order to defraud his
church, and thence to St. Michael's grand-daughter out of some land,
cemetery, where the interment will which had been homesteaded! by her
occur. father, and which he had been endeav-
Th pall bearers will be Albert Riera, oring to prevent. He intimated that
Max Greenwood. Dixon Reed, J. M. efforts to secure the land had been
Farinas, Ike Cohen and Frank Davis. made by certain parties, but said that
it would all come out when the trial


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TERSELY 101D.


Our brewery is


as clean as your kitchen.


We clean every tub, vat, tank or barrel every


pipe and pump every time we use it.

every bottle four times, by machinery.


The very air is filtered.


Ask for the fin-werv Bottlia.L
Soe OW Aw hecorkeor creww s*x


We wash


'; That is one reason


for purity.


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Phone 18
The Lewis Bear Ce.
Main and Palafax, Pensacola


r-Deer,
That Made Milwakee Farmu


Thalt Made. Milwaukee. Famous


Immense Ranch is Sold. came off. He stated that this was the 6- 5 1 m 1 V ". - w - W W mIWV
-- W Cawthon. ot DePuniak. Portland. Ore., Aug. 1.--contractsfirst time he had ever occupied a cel
,- :1' !: h, visitors who were in have been stgued in this city for the n yail and that he was innoxunt o e h t d eO I
.rda. sale of the Fnch-Genn ranch any chagethat might be brought peoplehave rod and expeco-SUSPE SIO S THE ESSCE
Harney aunty, Ore. comprising 164,- ated. and then picked tp by unclean
H '. who has been on a' 000 acres, to the Co-OperaMlve Chgrit. hands and put into the drinking water.
SNew York for several ian ederation. The cosideraton s SANITATION OF It should be washed and handled wit H LD A CAP IVE CAUSED A PANIC
v Riter: Mr. Robert Wad- long and twenty-flve miles in width. 11.Passengers, patrons, employees
S ,uny -it for Pensacola, PUBLIC PLACES cr others are prohibited from washing By Associated Pre. .
i& a .usneas trip. U their teeth over or expectorating inAssociated Press. By Associated Press.
ular meeting of the Board UNIQUE AZTALAN. basins in sleeping cars, passenger Chicago, Aug. -Mrs. Mary Mul-was a
-'. ty will be held to-iifL. cAM D N RL or public builaings. which are holland, the wealthy Vicksburg (Miss.) New York. Aug. 1.-There was a "
S Safety ill be held to-nigh 1ND R -used for bathing the face and hands widow alleged to be held a captive in p anic yesterday on the bourse caused
Monthly reports of the ofI ; nTrekWalleTwsteAMENDMENTOf RULES AND REG. used for bathing the face and hands. a Tweny cewo
a ad r na Ia Th~s Coianutu'. Large cuspidors must be provided for the Gerald building, Twenty-sixth and by the announcement that two lead.
de and other busine t. ULATIONS ADOPTED BY suchpurpose must ided Statesstreets,by her two daughters, ing firms had suspended, says a Her-BLOOD
SIn many respects A tal, iscon- such purposes. Daisy and Hattie El. Mulholland, has ald dispatch from Paris. As already
sin. is among the mot remarkable pre- STATE HEALTH BOARD. GOVERNMNT CONTRL been found by a deputy sheriff at the cabled, the failures were due to the
S .dtn of David Sheehan. historic monuments in the northwest GOVERNOFMNT COQU NTINE residence of her brother, Fred Sloan, failure of a well-known speculator is the very essence of life. Kee
S 'a'wor master, js very serious, t is the onl brick walled town site OFQU NTNE 5422 Shiela's avenue. I merchant and member of the chamber blood healthy and the various or
rm his bedside lat eight ound i this country is the ot A th m tin f arv Tmf Mrs. May Fovelell, also a daughter of;ol deputies to meet his' engagements will be healthy. The way by w
...... to t s et At he* meting of the State Boani The Jacksonville Times-Union of i fed b habeas or
recovery. He as beento laud at the y river, about of Health last Thursday, the follow- yesterday says: An effort s to be Mrs. Mulholland, had begun habeasor a hort time it was hoped that the blood is to be kept pre
a o,.,r f weets. two miles from Lake M.lls. The incls- ing amenaonent of the rules regulating made bv Mr. Fdwin Brobston for the corpus proceedings. Tne dliscovery oftan arrangement woul be made which healthy is not by administering
fl''.r hug walls of the town site are about the sanitation of cars and rpubicreal estate firm of Brobston, Fendig & the missing woman brought with it a would prevent a crash on the ex- called blood tonics, but by keepn
S .. lTie G Howard, of 7Wu fe o t e ts it n nd about placeswas a public Brobston, Fendg threatened prosecution of Miss Daisy change, but this optimism proved un- glands of the body pure, sweet
Ir u. nS erday with e o long. ri ve r to el -be prltedw:dost4_, as reqatred jff villtBoard o- rde to inauguratka of court. She was taken into custody sutch a point that no quotations for by a gentle assistance to na
. catch .--.,, .-,rs. TheAr pt the ure of seventeen acres lw animation movement 6oking-bward leading e and then released on promising to pro- sugar could o given at the end of Nature rebels against the pow
.so ,c m. of lans. Rule 46-Sanitation of Cars at- right to establish quarantine entirely duce her mother before Judge Dupuy, the market. The immediate cause of drugs that are administered to-da
S"-ousan.i pu,,. ti. Within and without the inclc ure Public Places-That every person hay- with the national government. where the battle for the aged woman the speculator's discomture is found her assistance. She does not sta
there are round, trunated and oblong ing charge or control of any public His idea is to have a cncert-of a- cuswhere theod w battle for the aged woman Saturdays quotation for sugar, need of them the always do
.1 ,ig Laney had fit'oo d i-.iants pounds. Just beyond the incline building, and every railway company, tion on the part of the principal South- custody will be fought. in Saturday's quotation ore ning harm. Do not put powerful
.him in ,hk .r'ord'.s cwry sleeping car company, or other oopor-,emncities, thrFatrick Henry, administrator of the namely. 20f 12c a bai. A beginning harm. Do not put powerful-drug.
.f t n h rord or O urf 'es walls te land rise abruptly oer sleeping car ompan or their copoer cities, through their boards of estate of Charles Mulholland, who be- of the yea price ruled at 4f to 26f. your stomach.
S r id. one de- twety feet to the rollng tale lads herof engaged in carrying of passen- other commercial organtions, with came wealthy operating Mississippi
- .an ,uschar, antio:Lor given a of the srunding count-. Prom the gers in thisstate, ant every agent of a view of putting a top to each and river steamboats many years ago is PT
d *Ontenc4. of 3u do't asad fines im-i bank above a stone could be tossed In- any such corporation or person hay- every city quarantining at Its own n Chicago ready o take part in the CE I
; At-- U1 :rug,- to $5. to the town site within the inclosure, ing charge or control of such passen- sweet will against any other place. controversy waovesa the custodhe y of unth
So aan who rawhich would seem to be a good reason ger cars. shall keep and maintain all Florida already has a law prohibit- t ma be appealed to r an x- CARBON TRUST
aw o1 r 'a.. an!v e pub he o in a d bwhy this inclosure, whidh has been such public buildings an n' passenger ing any city. -town or county from in- m a y beto the saley t o f r s L iex- C AOA
. a n f ,Jmpn repiardin fo r called a fort, could not have been in- cars in their charge as aforesaid, in a ugurating a quarantine except by per- ato into the sanity of Mrs.
,l" ca.i,- phar 'he ralians wer tended for a defense against any hu- clean and sanitary condition at all mission of the State Board of Health, ;
A. 1., )u-'icee as :hv men claime. man enemy. times. in the manner andi in acitrdance arid Mr. Broblton wishes to go fur- Pope Receives Bishop Kelley. By Associated Press.
a" ive cared Iprtie, In th( easter Along the brow of the higher land with the following regulations: ther than th;. and place the whole Rome Aug. l.-The Pope to-day r- Cleveland, O. Aug. .-The Plain Kdey
,*: th, ci:, wert no; of Th( is a row of more than thirteen round 1. Each pa sengr coach and sleep- matter mder. control of the national ceived in private audience and most Dealer to-day says: "The National Car-
- :.t I wa. said :ht the pramidal mounds ranging from three Ing car used fr passengers ut be ernmnt cordially greeted Bishop Kelley, of Sa- bcn Company, know as the carbon
Sa a o rt toroved with on cuspidor for each vannah. Ga.. ana' Bishop Northrop. of truS soon will have a competitor with the recovery of Rev. H. E O'Gr
-. *.e lta an la th e is ofwhr these mo or standing n the top sat or every two chairs. ach cuspi- REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND Charleston. S. C., who arrived here immense financial backing. It has de- will be found the beet remedy
r tan we.-: te th ohenly one table land an enemy could coms n nd the dor must contain not lss than a hall DANCE AT FLECTRIC PARK Saturday with an American pilgrimageage vcloped that the Rockefeller interests offered to relieve coaMtlipa an
ans teehe onlyone table la d an en y could comma nd pint o an efficent gericidal solution. THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA of one hundred persons. are behind the United States Carbon the forms of Liver and UidnIey t
p -- been conceded that Atalan was not ae cuspidors to be emptiin and repl washe MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT O. Company, which will soon be financed If your liver is right you will not
8 l" ., ama Blue Ribbon enclosed for purposes of defense. It each trip. or ery twmenty-four hours. RUSSIAN COUNCIL OF NEW CHICAGO wo more t an a year the everand many other trouble
:. ab i r, be has been supposed that it was walled 2. Public buil-!lngs must be provid-, : I IFor more tn a eo fd mer
wen at 'h, our un-ss for protect from wild animals, ed with sufficient numniber of cuspidors, MINISTERS IN SESSION.a conern hago. been closed down. About fromdseased liver.
Sr ra ". es Ev r though the lnclosure has never been n not less than one in each room or Associated POLIC BUREUwas bought up by the East Ohio as
.... k .o groe. for B::,Ril- h.IghB"ay e s ha.e'din a ik lalrand! By Associated Press. POLICE BUREAU wasboughtup by --
" m antd Vaon,. Take.. le to ~ up t tho since i t i dh t l- emptied, he and a'Plenished St. Petersurg Aug. 1.-The council Companoy. a Rockefeller corporation. rpoia koax
i yr to keep t the panther, wild- emptied ahe ad ninitrs assembled at Petersho The plant is being overhauled and will Louis ak, of irmngam,
Negro Prsoers Escape. cat. wolf, bear.moose and buffalo,which daof i. thThe flr of car and public i evening under the presidency of By Associated Press. turning out carbon products by the largest clothier n the ste,
Negro Pbuildings b proners Escapewere with a the oly dgeros aim te emperor to examine the project for Chicago, Aug. l.-Chicago will soon Septembe 15. "Your Long Life river and
1 .b.. .:.. N Aug I -El-v,.n the woods hereabout. sim ol be e a national assnbly. The meeting wa have its own Scotland Yard. Chief "Burton P. Foster, manager of e re rightly called Long e,
Sn The purpose of its Inhabitants 4. Seats. w ; and wall of cars preceded by a te denm. The min- of Police John M. Collins announces company, said that in addition to the is a medicine of great merit.
...-.a: ;.fO various ::nm.. e cap, coustrucdng this intecare over a half may be wij f, f "'with a cloth or istcrs will pr-stde at Petersof during that in a few days he will establish a plant here, branches will be establish.
a :. -r, aT o'sclo:-k to-nig'h, mile )e still remains a mystery. The sponge. and no dl:--d n t. transit. ex- the discussion. which is expected to murder bureau under the tutelage of ed in the natural gas belts of Ohio and
a--. 8 saw. whirt *het y had s most remarkable art of Aztalan Is its c.pt at divi-:on tcr'.ir.als or meal sta- occupy several sessiont,,, Assistant Chief Schuettler. The as- a mammoth organization will be built
s .om ; ,uknou m-an.-. brick walls and walks. In this It Is ':ons where passengers are given an sistant chief will have on his special rapidly to compete .with the National
Singular and alone, the only example opportunity to leave cars during that Passed the Immunes. staff eight of the best detectives in Cr,mpany. FOr Sale
0 DEATHS AND bricklang among all the monu- time. Havana. Aug. l.-The majority of the city and will work in harmony Mr. Foster said that the new com-
ONE BURIAL AT SEA. months of the mound builders. "Thee 5. All sleeping cars must be disin- the eighty-one pa,'seng'rs arriving with the state's attorney's office. piany would be maintained as an inda-
bricks or bricklet! are not rectnngtu- fe.tel b. efficient fumigati.n at end here today on A eamr from T ampn ne jer the Innovat!on is the pnent instittio regard i ro
BY Asaoiated Press. la-i amd rqulsr tn form and size, as are of each round trip in tne state of Flor- Fla., are Cubans. Twenty-seven of atihcring an.4 holdxi.g of evidence. As backing and wI!I have the distinction
I. -nTwd deaths an r et modern br Ic they are ily da where sleeping cars do not leave them were sent to the detention st'a.- soon as a murder ao any other big of being the only independent carbon
S aaog ; wa ots a ep to alls of plastic hy by the stateon. Te others are immunes, crime is committed, the "runners" company on American soil."
-"mar 1i.i stan,.hip h"A d into small brlets of Irrgular 6. All sping car s ing into the sc iene with a photographer or an art- l t

SIn he st r crapt appear like a handful of ing occupied by a pnst ben havinfeg a con tednu ers the vaccinated erson exempt practice is in use in Berlin, London Aociated Pre.
:'repor:,d wbh-ni the liner fom a bout the average size of a snow- the same manner at their pints of VACCINATION AND DANDRUFF. Ist or draftsman.IEuery bit of tangi- I

rage. wa t sa .-Mn eollus JoeurnaL ,taeious disease, it must be disinfected rom smallpox: or at worst, he never and New ork. MeiATt AND VEGETABLE Pti
a d- ll. th destination in ths state. All carpin as thing but the lightest kind o Chicago, Aug. 1-Police were re
ears a firs gl l yelwis ed clay the vi- rains blanketsing and e ing ex- There w as Sure a prevention of B Aldbeled and HAND BYusl y the detectives the wagon of TRY D GAM I EAON
,,a .and..,ow of Cap. ,ftop nndess as There Is of Smallpox. working f at hi u allp Kip the case and In its prose- IV N PCBls an It
lSlA..odipd JuolyafbCap. snby. and the color of the bricks iscepiflinen, to be dCsinfecped with cars. n L, GW I VVI
OMFORTed or light yellow. U SNer the gl s 7. If a car beco.esined orted by be- It i-Nebros Herpow ac de. I tt vaccination cution in the criminal couted Pre. This
p appear like a hndful of ing occupied d b a peton having a con- rende the vaccinated Reedrson exempt pRactice is In use in Berlin, London By Asochir old places. The em- PHIL JONES MANAG
t hese esragewas: e sl sad. -MI nneo lis JournaL ta ious disease, it must be disinfected trao, smallpox: eor at w ifrt. he never and New York.
O Immediately at end of each run and in has anthng but the highest kind of Chicago, Aug.or of th Knghts of Pythas of 1.-Poermination of the lumbermen's re- MEAT
Pe coa, Fla. infected b fumigation wheneveraddition the bedding nd blankets in case. Nw, as sure a prevntiv we seand BALANCE ON HAND BY moved to-day fro the on of TRY D GAME O
all sleeping cars shall be thoroughin y cure for dandruff, which causendr s falling KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.The many of the firs that have beefact
LARGE AMPLE ROOMsteiizea a leas once ech trip, ad hair and batimo nals. has beending covereu- The business mehos pursue a rike-bound or m sters on has ig- aR factre of
CAIFORT. CORDIALITY. CUISINE. if same shall be stained or known to -Newbro's Herptcide. It kills the By Associated Press. 'ingly many union drivers were reA
have been exposed to contagious or at gists. oerm Csale by W. ReedA Victor. apprichmond. Ind.,The bulletin .--Charles scoredd to their oloyers t hreats not to and Dealers
inre-tious disease, they shall be disin- Idaho. says: "Myself and wife have Shively. of this city, supreme chancel- I !oyers association, following the de- PHONE 895.
Seed or destroy figrthwith been trougg blet and wipothdandruff and fall- h of the Knights of Pythiatements of he termination of the strikbermen's all
All public buildings must be dis- ng hair fr several years. We tried world, to-d ray nkssued a bulletin showing excess sociation to reinstate unstrike o A
Sa, Fl t Windsor aad infected by fumigation whenever the remedies without effect until we used a balance ov the handbltes of the supreme boyott agdy, has dec bi coal compa HINLE AND KILN
WITHT D THnecessity exists for it. Newbros Herpicide, w boes of master of exchequer on July 1, 1905. placed on all strikers a week
LAR GE WATEROANS. DL 9. Containers of water for drinking, which cuare-l us." Hundrwds of similar of $49,343. 'The action was taken despite the fact
in cars and public buildings must be testimonials. Sold by leading drug- The business methods pursuedaethatthe coal teamstsuno
Sp..f g WR 0a 1 T4W 'emptied and thoroughly cleansed at gists. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, approved. The bulletin also containsinored the employee r not to
eiast once c-ery forty-eight hours, druggist and apothe'ary. 121 S. Pals-'the last quarterly statement of the rehire any of the strikers until all and Dealers in
-F. I.. OOWEI L M 10. Ice. which is uses' in water cool- fox. Send 10 cents in stamps for endowment rank, showing an excess should vote to call the strike off. A LUMBER, LATHS, SAWED'CVPR
,f Windsor and Aragm Klntel, Jaackavmile, forida. era in cars, must not be dumped on sample to The Herpicide Company, of resources over liabilities of $1,011,-' boycott againt five big co6 comps- SHINGLES AND KILN-
Cthe floors, sidewalks and car platforms, Detroit, Vkh. 047. hies is still o. DRIED SAP
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S PBNSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNE

GOING AWAY?
When you leave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensacola
Journal follow you. Notify circula-
tion manager, Phone 3.

nlI~ted Men
SCa Rise in the U. S. Navy.
The Journal has recen'y commented
Sn the matter of promotions In the
u avy to the effect that no enlisted man
could rise biter than a petty officer-
Sthat he could not, in fac', hope to hold
a commission on one of Uncle Sam's
ships. In this position, however, the
< Journal finds that it is mistaken as
.. the receipt of a letter from an omcer
n the navy who is qualified to speak
'on such matters shows. From the
letter we take the following extracts:
An act of congress approved March
3.. 1901, provides for commissioning
not more than twelve warrant officers
each year to fill vacancies. The ex-
amination is held on July 30 in Wash-
Sington. As a result of this law, in
11901 two warrant officers received com-
*missions, and are now lieutenants. In
190 one warrant officer was commis-
S tsioned and Is also a lieutenan. In
1903, two, and in 1904, nine, received
c commissions and are still ensigns.
At the present time an examination
is being held in Washihgton for the
Purpose of selecting twelve warrant
officers for promotion to ensigns. To
bring the matter more forcibly before
j you: Among those now ir. Washington
for examination is a resident of Pen-
sacola. Warrant officers who are ex-
amlned, all have been enlisted men.
These facts will no noubt be read
with surprise by a great many people,
and The Journal is very glad to publish
them and to set aright any misconcep-
tion of the matter which may have
been occasioned by its previous com-
ments.
Under the old system, it was imp.e-
sible, we believe, for an enlisted man
to become a commissioned officer.
" Under the new order this grave defect
in the rules governing the navy seems
to have been remedied.
SThat M. Witte is a wily old diplo-
n mat goes without saying, but his little
diplomatic bluff regarding the willing-
, ess of Russia to continue the war
* unless the peace terms imposed by
SJapan are modest and "do not touch
the Russian pride" will fool nobody.
SRussla ,is evidently more than anxious
Sfor peace an' will probably accede to
, any reasonable terms to secure it.
4 Of course more or less bluffing was to
" have been expected, but it will hardly
Affect the outcome of the peace cou-
t erece.
SThe Tallahassee Capital says that
* New Orleans "hollermakers' helpers


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have struck for higher wages and quit -
S" work." The "hollermakers" in the' COPIES
country contiguous to New Orleans are
Sevidently still doing business.
SAthirty-five-foot sea serpent has O Wh
Seen reported off Cape San Blas.
k Probably a scheme on the part of the
promoters of St. Joe to bring that sec- --
Stion to the front as a summer resort.
U If those Panama mosquitos are as
* big as some people claim the govern-
ment shouM harness 'em up and start The following figures show The Pen-
tm to wk on te cana. sacola Journal's circulation for each
them to work on the canal.
day during the month of June, 1905,'
Its a cold day when Washington i e avrae number of cop
cannot produce a new graft story.J n 16da ly:
he Weather Bureau is the latest de- June 2 4, 40 June 17 4,450
Vartment brought under fre. June 3 4,450 June 18 4,700,
'June 4 4,700 Juneo 19
Iceland may eventually become a June 5 June 20 4,40
Popular summer resort for grafters. June 6 4500 June 21 4,450
There' is only one policeman and one 7 0 June 22 4450
June 9 4,460 June 23 4,4500
m l jail on the i.land. June 9 4,450 June 24 4,700
June 10 4,450 June 25 4j=.
It Is not believed that the Chinese June 11 4,00 June 2 ..
boycott w!l extend to the American June 12 .. June 27 4,450
Swashee wnz-!c. for which we should June 13 4,450 June 28 4,450
be duly thatkf::l. June 14 4,450 June 29 4,450
June 15 4,450 June 30 4,450
SNow tha": t~' oi: business is looking! Total for the month ....... 117,10
u Up a little o:d J.ac R;ckefe!!cr may be Average per day........ 4,594
p expected to turn 'ooce another million I hereby certify that tha above state-
Stwo. meant is correct according to the rec-
Sords on file In this office.
Secretary Wilson says he is golng H. R. SMITH,
Sto prge his department of grafters. Circulation Mgr.
S*Probably intends to shut up shop. woar to and subasribed before me
fc, ta t day at Jne, I-a.
h he litte busy bee is ezemplUig tL J. P. dayTKE
$g fte person of Bperor BL. Notary PubUc.


By Sir AIRTUR NAN DOYLEL Or England. Autnor orf Sherlock olmes"
DO not think that our life, so far as I have any opportunity of
observing it, is particularly frivolous, nor do I think that it
compares UNFAVORABLY with our records of the past.
To take a few points, the enormously heavy dinner of olden
times has been refined to a more delicate repast, and the tendency ap-
pears to be to shorten this. The wine bibbing aristocrat has disap-
peared, and the gin soaked plebeian is at least very different from
what he was even a century ago. Within my own lifetime I have seen
a great amelioration in the drinking habits of the middle and lower
classes. Statistics show beyond all doubt that the drink bill is decreas-
ing. Where, then, is the evidence of any DEGENERATION?
R iIt
In the matter of dress the ladies' fashions may be extravagant,
but when have they been otherwise? Man's dress has erred on the
other side. IT HAS BECOME TOO SIMPLE AND PLAIN.
In the matter of books, lectures, charities, learned societies and
all other tests by which the sober thought and discipline of a people
can be gauged, I think that we show AN ADVANCE UPON OUR
ANCESTORS. As to the ethics of the private lives of some circles of
our richer classes, I do not pretend to know anything about it, but I
imagine that the preachers and writers who have declaimed against
them are not much better informed. In my limited opportunities of
observing the manners and customs of the highest classes I have in-
variably found THE SAME STANDARD of honor and decency
which is recognized by their fellow countrymen. Scandals occur oe-
easionally, but in what age has this not been so I
It It t
Therefore I repeat that I cannot admit that we are in any way de-
generate; but, on the contrary, I hold that we are in very good condi-
tion.
IT IS ALWAYS DIFFICULT TO HOLD THI SCALES EVEN E-
TWEEN THE OPPOWTll EXTREMES OF BRUTALITY AND EFFEMI.
MACY, *UT OP THIE TWO, WE TEND, I TUINK. RATHER TOW.-
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Lv Arlington.. .......... 9:10a.m 5:15p.m........
Lv Bainbridge. .. .. ...1:00a.m :m S:p.m 6:2a.m .
A;- Tallahassee.. .. .....12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05a.m '..'
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. L. Ry) 1:53pm 4:00a.m .....
Ar Jack'ville, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m *
Lv Tallahassee.. .. .... 2:00p.m 8:(00a.m 8:6m 1 :
Lv Socnopp.. ..... ...3:14p.3 10:00a.m 9: :2 m 9:56p-m
Lv Lanark.. ..-.... .. 3:45p.m 10:45a.m 10:0a.m 10:26p.m
Lv Carrabelle. ........... 4:00p.m ..... ... 10:5la.I 10:26p.m
Ar Apalachicola.. ........ 7:00p.m ........ 10:35p.
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Northbound unday Sunday
Only only
No. 2 No. a N. N
Lv Apalacbicola.. ........ 6:30a.m ....... No. 4
Lv Carrabelle.... ..11:30a.m 2: OO.m 6:'0'. m 4:3***
Lv Lanark...... .. .... 11:45a.m 2:2 p.m *6:4S. 4:45am
Iv SopchopPy.. ..... :16p.m ..3:p.m 7: p.m s:15 a.
Ar Tallahassee.......... 1:30p.-m : OOp.m :.p. 6:520a.m
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4::00p.m 20.
Ar Iallanasseab(S.A.L.Ry.).. 3:10p.m 10:00p.m .*...
Lv Tallahassee.. ........ 3:25p.nr 6:35a.= :S.m 6: 3".
Lv Bainbridge.. .. ... 5:25p.m 8:27a.a Ar10:25p.a 8:27&m
Ar Arlington.. .. ....... 7:25p.m 10:.1a **6..... 10:16.L
Lv Cuthbert.(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.rj ll:55a.m ". ....., Ar11:3
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ** A :35.
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55p.m *.**** 4:35a.m
NOTICE::-Trains Nos. 5 and 6 will dpaut fr,* uo s :5a, m
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbridge 8"-- =- t i 2
cn sal at the offiC of the Callahan Qrotry miv ,. 6 Will be
*Train- No. 6 will sop 35 minutes at LamnT, J -
W. M. LEGG, R. C. SNIPES, --6" wu yst.
General Manager. Trav. Pha. A A
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of us--deluded m(rae-+avpe passed in able. The maJrity of the physicians
our checks, Consequenty, the one and are affected it,, and its chieft I0
only remedy we have at command is symptom h Lon to adver- H. L. COVINGTON, Pr i""d M. a. CLAR0i Ceo o
local sanitation. tise. It o in Jacksonville in C. W. LAMAR, Vie-President, JNO, P91FRPPE. s CRt e'.
Sanitation, in the strictet esase of the most viruflt fo4d ever known.
the word; the complete destruction of At its last meeting the medical asso- AM RI NAT SA
't S" i ,1 1ull material which can pos ably fur. cation of that ir requested the local
nish food for the germs of diseame t press not to mep the names of ashy
on 11111 M" fteed-apon. of the phyaclani.kand the Jacksonville OF PENACOA, F .
* w K At any rate, it can do the city no Metropolis thaina this is carrying the DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
I- possible harm to be put in a thor. aversion to advertising to extremes.000 ui
oghly sanitary condition. The doctors should know that adver- Capitl Stok, OO,OOO S Iu ", P0 O
L COMoPAtNYr anin CITIZEN. tlsing pays. Where is there a better XISXI.C .fI
known physician than "Dr. Fell?" Henry L. Covlngton, ,B. *Y.
O A~I- ~--,M -_14Cfi- And all of his fame came to him J. Pfelffer A. Avey, .
Sa- -~tau, Ma iag. throuhg his name appearing in print. W. Milto=, Sr.
__ NEWS AND VIEWS *-Miami News. Bryan Dunwody, O. & Mlura
A FROM STATE PAPERS. * Frank Reilly, W IU Cawtbol.
SPRESS. Free Advcrtlisng. W. S. Rosasco, C. A. ONeal,
-t.[ -1 i t i. ti-f The Sun's article on "Free Adver- T. F. McGourin, Dr. J. Hasnah.
0 RAnat itTampa.ising" is being copied quite exten- F. E. Brawner, cAlKenste Oertina
tockton H Hit Tmp. svely in thepapers of other states as C. W. Lamar, le o
Op o John N. C. Stockton, who is bigger well as in the local papers. But with- J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
One WeekS......, to* day in theheearto the peole than out action on the part of the press of Accounts of Bankt, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms olted.L
O t T a and r s to has the country it will avail nothing. The; Four per cent. interest paid on Time Deposit.
Wesekit Tampa and proposes to put in a free "pull" n the paper is something -
4t an wsta l- bi, or two on street paving.-Manatee like the free "pass" on the railroads.
UeI Record. Many use the argument that a train is
APER FROM WHICH A ETAILD Wasted Energy. going to a ceain lace wito ret WM. H. KNOWLES, President. W. HYE JR., V..Pres and C
ENT CAN BE SECURED. On July 15th two young men left sengers and it would cost no more to WM. H. KNOWLES, Fresia
ENT CAN E SECURED. On July 15th two young men left the railroad to carry one more, which THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.
Green Cove Springs for a bicycle trip would be true. But if a number would
to Portland, Oregon. If all that en- ride on passes, the source of revenue
NNt Governmnt stre rgy were expendedride on passes, the source of revenue
cgy wee expense on a raor would be cut off. The same may be
1 1"county cotton farm or strawberry gar- iid ofa newspaper. The paper has ID
,den these young men would soon be~ got to be filled up with something, and
able to wear diamonds and ride toa "puff" would help, although the pub
iFortland in a Pullman car. trk a p would help, although he pub-
SDAY MORNING, ANGUST 2, 1905. n man car.-tarke lisher would not realize any of the
Telegraph. * needful for such space.-Gaincsvilie N A TIOA L BA N K
After Lamar's Place.NAANK,
Florida will proi'luc several lusty-
It is whispered around that West dic Ethics, of Pen sao ela, Fla
V X Ulunged congressional candidates, who It is now very apparent that the
intend to stir the woods with their editors of Florida will never be able
*4M####E*#L**RS:k-a-- eloquence. It seems that Brother La- to understand this thing known as
mar will not have a bed of roses this "medical ethics." Doubtless diction- DIRECTORS. F, C. Brent, W, A. Blount, Wm. H, Knowles
STARVE THE MOSQUITOES time.-Jacksonville Times-Union. aries have been consulted on a very'
OUT, SAYS CITIZEN. large scale since the physicians ot W. K Hyer, Jr. D. G. Brent
SNeeds a Big Man. Jacksonville formally declared there
It takes a big man to fill a big office. were such things.-Quincy Times. D
We are confronted oy a grave dan- It takes a big man to be governor of * FOREIGN AI DOMESTIC EXCI UBE IONIT UMA SUL
ger, and should confront it with Florida.-Miami News. Going the Rounds.
prompt intelligent action. We have And now they say that Bob cNa-
two remedies at hand, viz: Quarantine Doctors Need Treatment. mee has decided to move to Gaines- We draw our own Bills of Ex. Vesal disbured upon the Most
and local sanriation. The physicians of Jacksonville are ville anI run for the legislature. Mac I ange on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their ebll.
Quarantine is provided by the State in need of treatment. They are suf- seems determined to go down in his- i'lany, prance, Austrli, Rusly, nations taken Payable at Port f
Board of Health. and sbould be en- fearing from adver-inappetency. This tcry as having represented every coun- Norwaynd, SpainBelgium.ark, a Destinatio Tien w ys After Ve
trusted to them exclusively. It is the is not a new disease, but its cause ts t. in Florina In the legislature.--Wesit tS'r Euro Dnt ark, and Al Arrives there
only intelligent plan and should meet unknown and it Is apparently Incur- Palm Geach Sun.
with ou:' recognition ani support.
As to local sanitation, the impor-
tance of which cannot oe over-esti
dce o i~t Is not Iw o res Cougeniality In M arrived Life Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
should be performed in the most ef-
fective manner possible. No half by OBODERT HICHENS. Novelist have a Private Department for the use of entrs
measures ll answer. Each residentHE sad truth is, I suppose, that a great many people arry
ought to be -equired to lean up his'
premaees, and destroy all decayed or unhappily. No star dances on their wedding days. They S vings D epa, tm nt-~ nt- rest P id on e
decaying matter, utterly. are u tted to ive tog ad so wen they DO live to-
That the mosquito is a transmitter are wifitted to live together, and so when they DO hvo to-
of yellow fever, no one doubts in the gather either quarreling or dullness sets in. The fate they Posits at Rate of 4 per o nt pr Annum,
sldtest degree. This fact has bee have selected acts upon them either as an irritant or as a soporific.
demonstrated beyond peradventure.
But is the mosquito the only source of It is quite a mistake to suppose that if one dull person comes across L. HILTON GiBKN, ?-sslxmrT. T. WZLSSVu c y,-.lCpeilap.
infection? Some people oeem t) doubt another dull person and they enter into matrimony they will necessa- I.. BUSHNElL.L, LUSRuEN. MANS1rrJL M OIRgNO, A CA.uEIs
this fac--que3tion it, at any rate. But B
let as admit for the moment that such rily be dull together-that is, dull-to each other. IF THEY SUIT C citizens I national B ank
is the case. In that event, the ques- EACH OTHER THE WILL NOT. Dull to you, to e-- ofPno: Florida. p
tion nttnrally arises: How are we to EAH OTHER THEY WILL NOT. Dull to you, to me--yes; srot
destroy them? but not dull to each other. Many a dull husband mated to a dull wife Geo.W Wreght, MorrisBear, '. Wellnv
How simple' It's as easy as falling Rix St. Robinson, I. HUlO Gees.
off a log. How shall we do it? you has s8~d to me confidentially: "No one who hasn't lived, as I have, A -EENER.L BANKING B USINESS TRANSACTED,
a-k. Why, simply break their little with Mrs. Jones for twenty years can form an idea of her cleverness. _
necks. Or-better still--cremate ... ... .
them. Could anything be more simple Her insight, I give you my word, is something wonderful," and so on
rThe CIodiscordant element in the and so forth. And so says Mrs. Jones of Mi. Jones. I know that J. S. REESE, President. E. W. M WEF Cashier.
whole proceeding is this:- "Before you Mrs. Jones has a head as empty as a sieve and that Mr. Jones is the CARY, Vice-resident.
kill a mosquito, rou must first catch U
him;" and the mosquito is ia very greatest bore in Christendom, BUT TO EACH OTHER this THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA.
elusive bird-as many of us can testify worthy pair of people appear shining with brilliancy. Directors-L. J. Reves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kesler, R. M. Cary,
from personal experience. And in W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.
iew of the foregoing, i behooves u WHYt THEY ARE SUITED TO EACH OTHER. THAT IS ALL. THE TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
to look a little deeper nto the matter. PERSON WHO THOROUGHLY SUIT US CAN NEVER SEEM TO US YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
Most of us will admit, I think, that DULL. 9*******.***.*** 0 **O I *.... ,'-
the capture of even a small minority .
f the mosquitoes at large, wiinorit All this pother about the dullness of married life is rather ridicu- -- -- --
volve the expenditure of both time and lous. Married life is not NECESSARILY dull any more than the
labor; and time is fleeting and labor life of a bishop or a bargee, a princess or a Pomeranian dog is neces- R 4,
expensive. Hence, the only feasibleF
remedy I can conceive is to "starve sarily dull. It all depends on the people who enter into it. Where Who'ers' and Retai Deal lIa
the rascals out." Steam Domestic, Anthracite
In the natural order ofthis the there is no natural sympathy there will certainly be either dullness or and Blac mthrd A
mosquto must first imbibe the poison despair. We should choose carefully, then, and we should never do .,lacs i
before he.can convey it to others. And, Office-No. ;3 South Plafr street. Telephone, S3.
unless we are able to destroy the that most foolish of all the many foolish things called "worldly wise" Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzales street Pea4a. a.
source of infection, w3 must forever -we should nevel marry for position or for money merely.
remain at the mercy of these pitiless
little pests which will continue to per- IF WE DO WE DESERVE WHATEVER WE GET, WHETHER IT BE
form their tuneless antics after many ONLY DULLNESS OR THE TORTURE OF A LIVELY MENTAL AGONY. Order l'oar
SICE, COAL and WOOD
h.e Journal PwI,,, o,. Do We Compare Favorably rand O
Sd 905, a With Our Ancestors ? o o Chase and Tarraon
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DIREC rOR Y

CENTRAL TRAMS~ COUNCIL
There w11 be, a jess~ng of t' -
bodyr on the fomt &" tkird ~l
days or each mouth act 7:30 P. ,1
delegates are requeste to b- P~:w
ent. Z. W. ILOBERT3.
W. I., MAYI Presiden'.
See;etary
peafteou L~69w 25M & IL of r
meets every WouQy evening at 8, O
Welock #A w~r QuK* Hall Bloust
Watson buildlkg. Ownr Pais&,u% a,'!
Gardeu @Uveta VIOUag brethren awk
diall welcome
J. H. DREW M.N C. C.
IL HORSLZIL X at IL & A

Mathllow Lage *49,
30 IL e .. meets ever
Tk-nrsday evening at VA'h
Welock In bei CAM1
%a, thW Coor, Blou:'
WsCm bulldlux. suut:%,
4 Gorwir 1)&;afof &n4r
Gardeo &U*U Vidtni kzcgbW 8'
=rdlaw wicms&
IL IL CIrur'. (. C.
C. L lsy. Xcc J & I


~c~cwe s N& 4, 1. 0. 0. F.
Pensaola LAdge No. 4. 1. 0. 0 F.
meets every, Thursday evenng at 7 V'
at the new MU on W ebet (,ari-d
Otreet Vtsftftg brtthre
inrited. T. Gc. STT.N,;;t04,
B. IL WrrltOV9KJ. Se. tm-,
RIEDRICAH SISTER&
NAMI 1 AW~Ce Xo6 10, Rebe'A-ah Y9,
tern 04a every Monday nigbt a:
I ecloal b In L M Rai l. v*
Mug sisters eordfally tryted !,) 3
presSUL IJAS NVTA M. E!.-'f17.
MISS MAMIC FRNMttAN. Secr-,&Mt

Live Oak Can& tNx 1. W. 0 W..
xweU In Pythlen Han I at an I J?
Wednesdays n each moutht. VxUMln
sovreigns 4x clhtw Invited.b
JP. A. SWRCH. C r-
IMMUN A~ BROObr, Q~rL
joppa oO I ofis 6 L0. 0. F.
joppa, L~ft*. N& 0. L0. 0.
lose" eve Tuesday evening at T. 3
O'clock AtI AL~rd Hall. West Ga. l2
@bV.S VISKISS brfbts~ cordfal:y .3-
Tit" EL JUPUDEVINE, N. G


CITCW eeW every Tbarsrday at 3 A.
VL. bag sa eoefts crdlaily lay-1
MRS. M. a OLSEN.
LILUX BRADMU.Y Guard.'"

3L IL R A. No, 81 meets fir-;- &7.
u~rd Wetduesdov eeag at 7-3, P.
a.. saffor Bak X G. I# West 1wea-
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PETER VERDICHIA. CAPTAIN..
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BBBIXIII]MRDSON's
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CUPIm ItOoT., L. E NANCY AND
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capn be charteredr by the how, ,ajJ of
week. Terms, reasonable.
11shing Tackle and Cookiln; I.-tes
sils furnibeW It desirei
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OWNEIL


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fotLble, boat tn the bay.


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NEfSSNI E11.
U North Pal~dox
PROMPT AND EFFICIENTt
SERVICE.
WORK CALLED FOR AND
DELIVERED.
MEMBERSHIP RATES F1
PRESSING, $1.00 PER
MONTH.
P140NE, 4Ms
E. L- REESE, M. E WHITE,
ProprI~tor Manager.


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KnJ~ft of Colwnbu&
meetings of t
Kaights of Cr;::-,.(
are bold at the:r ha
No. 3 West Int,,n:p
cla street. on eve-ir
Moaldayr evening u
7:30 0'elott. Ac .:P
vftt~tu L3I ex-,ad@4
to visiting wjdgbt&
JOHN~ B. Jr)NE.-
ZDM6. FOX. Grand K:IIatL
Reeoaor.


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THE PENSACOLA


JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY


U ORniSfi9


AUGUST 2, 1905,


MAYOR MAKES COLLECTIONS IN

PROCLAMATION FOR I


BOND ELECTION MUNICIPAL

In Accorane Wt Oriiace Tax Mayor of the City of Pensacola, pur-
suant to the provisions of said ordi-
Payers WiI tW A4 22 nance, do hereby call an election to be
held in said City on the 22nd day of
for Do o ic August, 1906, to determine whether, FiHS ad OStS Collectsd urig
o .i s or not, the majority of the qualifiedCollected uri
sectors of said City, qualified to vote, the Month of July Reached
and voting, at said election shall ap-
prove the issuance of bonds for the $1,0 50
purposes and amounts, or any of them, UU.
TIP weeks from yesterday, or on enumerated in said ordinance, to-wit:
S-av. August 22. the qualified elec- pr the purpose of purchasing, or Although the number of arrests by
*- Pensacola, who are tax-payers, constructing, waterworks the sum of the police department was not as
w l\oe for bonds to the amount of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand large as some months during the pres-
S **." for public improvements. Dollars (250,000), or so much thereof ent year, the fines collected compared
: aicordance with the ordinance as may be necessary. favorably with any month in the his-
S.ing for the bond election. Mayor For the purpose of constructing, or tory of the city, especially when the
S- i.a- issued the following procia- providing, a system of sewerage and amount imposed during that period is
t~a l'or. drainage the sam of Two Hundred and considered.
Bond etien P.r loa ton. 1 Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000). or The total amount collected by Mar-
Bond E m c on. so much thereof as may be necessary. shal Schad from fines imposed by Re
W",reas. The Council of the City of For the purpose of paving and other- border Laney aggregated $1,410.50, a
Prr cola did on the 19th day of July, wise improving streets and public good increase over the month previ-
:.,. pass an ordinance, entitled: says of the city the sum of One Hun- ous. This inclo'ed both fines and
.Ar ordinance to provide for the is- dred and Fifty Thousana' Dollars costs.
. ae.- o~f Bonds of the City of Pensa- ($150.000), or so muce thereof as may The recorder has assessed small
S. -rida. under and by virtue of be necessary, fines as a usual thing., and the class
r Ac ', the Legislature of the State For the purpose.of purchasing a site that frequent the police court have
Flt-.n. entitled: An Act to au- and or constructing, orprovding a city thus been able to pay the amount,
.:ir.7 ". i C'tv of .PensMcola to issue hall building the sea of 8eventy-FlTo while Itf a larger fine had been impos-
:4rt,'W., 0-, .nc for municipal pur- Thousand DoHlars ($75,000) or so ed they would have remained in jail
h-,-.- -.: prroid', for the payment much thereof as may be necessary. at the expense of the city.
ther-, i~~Tp:. vod May 12th, 1905." For the purpose of purchasing a Marshal Schad has not concluded
whilc sa ,,r.iuince was approved by s!te and constructing, or' providing a his report for the past month, but will
me on h,. l1tIn ,lay of Juiy. 1905: Police Station And Jail Building the probably have it ready at the meeting
Now. the-rfore. I. Chas. H. Bliss, sum of Twenty-Plve Thousand Dollars of the Board of Public Safety to-night.
$26,000). or so much thereof as may
be necessary. TWO STRICKEN WITH
And notice is hereby given that FEVER ON THE ISTHMUS.
CITMCl H I 90 parsanst to said ordinance the Council
M I Bhas duly elected the following Board' Washington, Aug. 1.-The Panama
of Bond Trutoes, vis: F. C. Brent canal commission to-day received a
for the term of three years, L. Hilton cablegram from Governor Magoon re-
Famous Scotch and Irish Green for the term of two years, and porting that G. H. Skinner, an Ameri-
J. M. Pfeiffer for the term of one year. can employee at Cristobal, and Harry
In witness whereof I have hereuntoi Wittingham, an American non-em-
set my hand, and caused the corporatelploye at Panama, have been stricken
seal of the City of PeasMool to be: with yellow fever.
affixed, this 1st day of August, 1905. .
CHASE. H. BUSS, -- -
baamt City of Pensacola.
rom o.endd by A~nalysists and Attest: I BERARD, City Clerk. SIUSTROKE AID
nctors for heir purity and excellence.AND
otha: y A RIDE UP PIKE' PEAK. HOT WEATHER FATALITIES

Nitchel's Whiskies A------ -t C k-e .a.l brog b di
ar e. physician of New York says: I every one
and don't be persuaded to take any To take a pleau rid that almost whodrinks e water in warm water wou
o:hPr. literally br tL y bad open is a tae
novrdt thrill enogh, it is to be pre-
r7 C., ,ildi;, Po.. d.no ter m. e m. t eae thll seeL r.,-i eeker.


U-,-- B t that is what often happen to
verpwho eys the dirH heights of
Pike's peak. M.BO test abee sea level.
"I went up oa the cog road from
Msnito%," sald a Baltimore man, "in
company with a party of tourists, and
A before we reached the Halfway Houe
Y there were two who exMhbited asch
St Iou r positive symptom of ist Iss that at
the first stop they had to leave and
take the next train down. The rest of
s ocoatiSnMd. In a seat a little in front
of a was a yao girt who had been
S growing .gradaly hytMecal and whom
we had bma watching curomly to
This is tAe only opportu- ;ee what would happen Kt. It hap-
nity"Osu wll'have to meet opened. Sodul d threw up her
:be representative of the 'hands and ftl baewald, with blood
lk*i-known NEW YORK gushing frL hor o ears, eyes and
house, the nose. The cona taer who was evi-
dently acctmoaW W toN sosc es, told
& Fill-,r Ph* er ecort to lay *ata her bac.
as the presure was -e t than at
-ho will take year measure the head height t a sitting posture.
for TheM at the B ot eatkaa, abd was tak-
n offan dBat bak to Mat by the
F U M WO t CdML wagon rod Tb dflt't da to take
Hib line .s the most oonm- her down by train, as the quick change
-' that will be sborn to the deer air might have prved
B his season, containing serioos
Slngth patterns of all "Well we kapt gor and reached
S test and up-to-date the top. I tbought I'd ake a short run
:'"; es. Ask to see the in the fne, rageoed air, and I did-
S.;,ine Weaves." the new- took a en stps, when my heart be-
S -: fad among styla, well- gan to beat lk a trfp hammer, and I
m-eed men. Orders taken concluded that rnnta at that height
to ,mme1date or future de- was not for me. They told me you
'ery. We will guanratee couldn't bol m beans up there. I
V" and please you. don't kw, be I didn't try. We
7HURWsAY, FIOdY AND had owo upra .. llm tlug an a
TURDAY, JULY rck up in tat hae where
mth, azh, aM. "ath'o w gPrw but the edewel.,
and bought ae eson. Them "m
ame dW aw'& l g r as I am cen-
B. I.MA I F- -me. levl the mountain
Yoods anMdr any for
Nxmt to I Ius o IL.- 10% =a Ot ti


Dffy's Pren Malt Whiskey
when the least distress Is flt, ftew a
would result from the heat.0
It keeps the stomach, bowels and tkdnys
active and healthy. It cures all hu and
nervetraobles, malaria and low tever. Over
4,00000 0r"0 eres in s. AbIolute y re
and ontain DO fusa Itfferm anler.
n dr ad C det 1.00
abot edicalbookl tw. DuffyMalt
VWhlky Co., Rochoaser, Ne York.
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235 S. PAIdo St.
123 Pboam


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aminer, for which there were four can-
didates, made the annual election one
of unusual interest. The delegates as-
sembled at Faneull Hall to-day and
marched to St. Stephen's Roman Cath-
olic church, where the convention was
called to order by Thomas H. Cannon,
of Chicago, the high chief ranger.

THE PECULIAR LOON.
Tais re wHas a Hide A&bot as Touz
That of an Ox.
The loon differs from other birds In a
number of wayS. I have reason to
think that many people are unawaPs
of some at least of these peculiarities
The loon has a hide as tough as an ox,
and its feathers cannot be plucked
without first scalding the bird as ytc
would a hog. 'Thl Incident will give
some idea of the toughness of the hide:
About thirty-five years ago, when I
was living in Michigan, a loon wac
shot at with a shotgun industriously
all summer without apparently doing
him any harm. Jn the fall I killed him
with a rifle just to convince the people
that a loon could be shot and killed.
He had many times been shot at with
a rifle by the same people who had
used the shotgun, and they had become
convinced that he dived so quickly that
he dodged the shot In that way. I had
seen them shoot at him a number of
times, and I could see the splash of
bullet or shot in the water before the
loon dived. I ridiculed the idea of the
dodging, and that led to.my shooting
him to support my contention. When I
skinned the bird I found and counted
over a hundred No. 6 shot, all of them
stuck to the inside of the hide and so
doing him no permanent harm. It is
remarkable that he was never hit in
the eye nor sustained a broken wing.
Another thing peculiar to the loon is
that after the chicks are hatched, if the
mother wishes to move far, she will
make a shallow dive and come up un-
der her babies and swim off with them
on her back. The person that succeeds
in photographing her under such condl-
tions may well claim the pennant. On-
ly once have I seen a loon shoulder her
young, although for over twenty years
I lived in the part of Michigan where
then there was the best chance imagi-
nable to watch loons. Now the timber
has been cut off around most of the
lakes, and such favorable conditions
for observation no longer exist.
Although I have only once seen a
loon shoulder her babies, I have seen
her swimming with them on her back
many times. Once one swam within
twenty feet of me and never suspected
my presence.
One of their calls when sitting on the
water for volume beats that of any
other bird or beast that I know of. I
have heard them in the night when
they were more than five miles distant,
for they only make that kind of call
from the water, and there was no lake
In that direction short of that distance.
To say that the loon is a very interest
Ing bird is as mild as I can express it
-Forest and Stream.

Pen Pieta e f Henry Clamy.
An Englishman who traveled in the
United States in the early part of the
last century visited Washington and
described Henry Clay as follows: "He
Is tall, thin and not a very muscular
man; his gait Is stately, but swinging
and his countenance, while it Indicates
genius, denotes dissipation. Thou~a
there is want of rapidity and ftency
in his elocton, yet he has a great
deal of ie and vior in his expres-
son. When he speaks he is full of
animation and erntaeas; his fae
brightens. hW e-ye beams with addl.
tlmal ler and his whole figure t0-
60@0 8 at e ito t oecUpaPk
wttP be 's ct m whieh his tol
lee- giggd


EMPEROR WILLIAM'S
VISIT TO DENMARK.
Copenhagen, Aug. 1.-It is officially
announced that Emperor William's
visit is devoid of political significance,
that it is solely one of courtesy to
King Christian and that no conferences
of a political nature were held during
his majesty's stay n Copenhagen.
Emperor William will bid farewell
to King Christian to-morrow afternoon
after lunch on the Schwinemunde the
same evening.

COLOR OF THE SUN.
What Would Happ a It t Were Otlq-
er Than Wbat It Is.


A German astronomer has published
some interesting observations on the
theoretical effects of-a change in the
color of the sun. It is amazing to con- e
sider the possibilities f our sun were
green, blue or red instead of what it
Is. -If it were blue, there would be
only two colors in the world-blue and i
black. If it were red, then everything e
would be red or black. If it were yel-
low, everything would be yellow or
black. Every one knows that the light
of our sun consists of six colors, and
the reason things are different hues is
that some swallow up ive of the colors
and ratlect only one. Thus we have
primoses yellow because they absorb
all but the yellow, roses red because
they absorb all but the red, violets
purple because they absorb every-
thing but red and blue, a mixture of
which two colors forms purple.
In the event of the sun being red,
roses, blood, red ink and all other
things that are now red would reflect
it. So also would snow, the lily and
all things that are now white, but
these would, of course, be red. Every-
thing else would swallow up the red
light and appear quite black. Grass,
for instance, would be black as Ink,
and so would the blue of the sky, but
the white clouds would be red. The
same kind of thing would happen if
the sun were blue. Everything now
blue or white would be blue and every-
thing else black. The whole sky,
clouds and all, would be blue. The
grass this time would be blue, not
blaek, for It reflects both blue and
yellow. Hair would be all black, the
red of the lips would be black, and the
rest of the face wotld be a cloudy
blue. If the sun were green, we would
have a Aittle variety. Things that are
now yellow would still be yellow,
things that are blue would be blue,
and things that ate green would still
be green, but there would be no reds,
purples, orange, pinks or any of those.
cheery hues that make the world look'
so brightr-New York Herald.
it seUaed Ma.
Bragley's a publisher, Isn't he?"
"Not at all What made you think
that?" #
"He told me be was a diseminator of
light literature.
"Ah. he's a bill clerk in the employ
of the gas comply.".-Philadelphia

Itl mlag Title.
FIert Jerseyan-What air ye reading'
tbee, Jabez? Second Jerseyman--A
book melled Te Three Musketeers.
I thought it iw a Jersey story when I I
'*ked it up, but the plot appears to be 4
,stted In France some years back.--
Pntbbr Post.I


oretr to Mn. Toe-
Scre h bW Mi? Tart--Because
bhy ras wth all the germane
d A-" " Y "Tk Time
f -a*"


ORD111NCE TOPILICE OFFICER


SEPARATE THE CARLIN DIES



RICES SUDDENLY


Chamber of Coamerce Will Con- ath Prononced Due to Con'
side One, and Ask ts Pas- gestie Chill-Was Recently
sage Bythe Council. Injured By Prisoner.

A special meeting of the Chamber Police Officer Chas. D. Carlin, who'
of Commerce has been called for to- has been a member of the Pensacola
day, when the question of asking the police department for a number of
City Council to pass an ordinance years, died rather suddenly last night
separating the races in the street cars shortly after 8 o'clock. Death oc-
a'll be considered. The meeting is to cured at the boarding house of Jas.,
;*: held in the rooms of the chamber O'Brien, where the deceased had been
t noon, and it is expected that there residing for a number of months.
Svill be a full attendance of members. Mr. Carlin was taken ill Sunday
An ordinance. which will set apart while patrolling his beat. He had
certain portions of the cars for white been complaining of pains in his side:
and colored passengers, has been pre- for some time, and they became soi
iarei by attorneys of the city, and it severe Sunday that at noon he went
is believed that it will stand any test to Chief Schad and asked to be reliev-
that it might be subjected to in the ed from duty f.r the day. He went to
courts, inasmuch as the attorneys who his boarding house, and appeared to
have been engaged in its preparation be improving until late yesterday
are considered among the most learned afternoon, when he retired to his
in the state. room.. His physician was hastily sumo.
This ordinance. It is expected, will moned, but was unable to save the life i
be submitted to the city council with of the officer, and he died shortly
a request from the Chamber of Comr afterwards. Death was pronounced
merce that it be passed. There is due to a congestive chill.
hardly any doubt, to judge from the The officer served last week on the
sentiment prevailing but that the ordi- jury in the criminal court, and resum-
nance will receive favorable considera- ed his duties on the police force as
t:on. soon as excuse.
Yesterday he was walking about the
CATHOUC FORESTERS house and even out into the yard, and
MEET IN BOSTON. appeared to be much improved.
It was stated last night at the police
By Associated Press station that the officer had suffered an
Boston, Aug. 1.-The seventeenth in- injury a few weeks ago, by being
international biennial convention of the kicked in the abdomen by a negro wo-
Catholic Order of Foresters was open- man, and had never recovered from
ed here to-day and will continue until this injury. Chief Schad is now in-
Friday. This order is the largest vestigating this phase of the case.
Catholic fraternal insurance soolety in The officer leaves several children,
the country, having about 117,000 who are residing with their grand-
members. Contestsafor various offices, parents, and one brother living in Cali-
particularly for the high medical ex- fornla


TOOTH BRUSH CLEAN-UP SALE!



TOOTH BRUSH CLEAN-UP


W E wish to reduce our stock of Tooth Brushes
before Fall shipments arrive To do so we
have put several hundred 25c, 35c and 40c Brushes
out on a special table, You can take a pick d the whole
lot at 20c each, When you see them you may decide
to buy three or four at this special price.

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
'WE HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS.

W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,

Phone 1". Irruggst and Apothecary. 121 & Paafox.



TOOTH BRUSH CLEAN-UP SALE!


The Happy Couple Who Have

SJust Iaunched Upon the bean of life
.- and who contemplates buying furniture should
specaiis innousnoi runsig. oryas trr


specialist in nousenola furnishings. Our years of lurnl-
ture buying experience is yours and our
Bedroom Suites, DinIng and Parlor Sultes
represent all that could be desired to make the home beau
tiful. Bedroom Suites. $20.00 to $125.00. Sideboards, $10
to $65. Chairs, 75 cents to $5.00. Parlor Suites, $35 up.

MARSTON A QUINA,


08,110 S. Palafox St.


Phone 148,


Pensacola, Fla,


WE ARE GROWING BIGGER I
HAVE OUTGQOWN OUR BADY CLOTHES AND OPENED A

Down-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA-
TERIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TO-DAY
UNPACKING A
CAR LOAD OF PAINT
and want your business; Prompt attention to all mall
orders.

Saunders Mill Company


SPensacola.
adI~diSIule*


Phone 717.


Florida.


000000600 04*@*@*PO., ,*#O #**t


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John Massey. Jackson Brandon T. D. Adam&

Pensacola Electrical Company
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Cor. Tntendencla and Bell Phoa,
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S M FRANK DUNN'S
OOLLY HOUSE PARTY.
Mrs. Frank Dunn is entertaining
qlte a party of house guests, in-
etding Mr. and Mrs. ouville and
t itr sons Mr. George and Mr. Roy
Dnville; Hon. T. F. McGourin and her
brother Mr. Fred W. Marsh who are
among the summer widowers and,
after her mother Mrs. C. F. Marsh
leaves to-day her father Dr. C. F.
c?. Marsh will be another acquisition,
r,' making an altogether congenial and
Sdeightful party, which will be per-
fected by the presence of Captain
mi.Lnn who is expected to arrive on
the big new dredge "Caucus" in eight
S or ten days.
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FOR PENSACOLIAN
IN JACKSONVILLE.
On Tuesday evening Mr. A. D. Cov-
ington gave a pleasant launch party
A' on his launch, the Lady Antoinette,
tim special guest of the occasion being
his brother, Mr. Charles Covington, of
fensacola.
An early start was made, and after
a short trip down the river the party
loaded and supper was enjoyed.
Participating were Mr. and Mrs. R.
V'. Covington, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Mun-
'roe. Miss Kate Freeland, Miss Sara
Preeland, Mr. Charles Covington, Mr.
A. D. Covington and Mr. Elmo Thom-
S.s-Times-Union.
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LOCAL LADIES GENEROUS
TO THE POOR CHILDREN.
Captain Norris of the Salvation
Army was very pleasantly surprised
by the generosity of the Pensacola
ladies who fairly overwhelmed the
Arnmy headquarters yesterday with
tehir bountiful supplies of good things
for the poor children to eat on their
Lay excursion to-day.
All sorts of goodies and nic nacs
such as the children rarely get a taste
of, were abundantly sent by kind heart-
ed ladies in response to the request
in The Journal, and the gooi' Captain
and his gentle wife were as delighted
a as if they had inherited a fortune for
Themselves.
What happiness those little people
i will enjoy to-day and what blessings
will be bestowed upon all who con-
tributed to give them one happy.
happy day of unstinted playing and
eating on a big boat on the for-truly
bay and "the real, splendid beach at
the life saving station'"
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MISS WHEELER'S WEDDING
QUITE AN EVENT.
One of the guests writes to a Pen-
sacola friend about Miss Julia Whee-
ler's wedding as follows:
"Southern society was well repre-
1i. -ented in the large assembly of people
who witnessed the ceremony in St.
Thomas church, though the character
of the guests was really international.
I- I was invited as sister's guest rather
than personal acquaintance with Miss
Julia for I know Miss Annie better and
-tell it not-like her more. But-Miss
ulia was certainly handsomely gown-
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The Leaders in

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+ Sole Agents for the Celebrated

, ,mnrich 6 Bach, Lester,

Clutter and Other

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CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND
TERMS
HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW
PRICES.
Clutter Music House
114 S. Palafox St.


PANAMA

HATS
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND
BLOCKED, at the
"OLDEN RULE MIL-
LINERY PARLORS,
32 W. Government St.
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S is a delightful place to
visit these hot days. And
why? Because it's a large
ventilated room, cooled by
electric fans, and' the pur-
est ieed drinks, cle cream
ices daintily served-
could you imagine any-.
thing more cooling com-
Sortable these hot days


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S.Pafox. Pho e 999


ed in lace over satin with a veil, or-
ange blossaohs and all that sort of
thing.
"'Sister knew her abroad and ad'-
mires her excessively but I am in love
with Miss Anna.
"The wedding presents were scrump-
tious and so was the trouseau and-so
were her maids Miss Annie, Miss
Lucy and Miss Harry in white over
silk and carrying the loveliest pink
roses.
"The whole affair was smart and
digniied and I felt quite honored to
in such distinguished company.
"They will reside in Cedartown
where the Harrises are quite up so-
cially and everybody fancies they are
an extremely happy couple-mutually
fortunate."
HOME MISSIONARY
MEETING THURSDAY.
The Home Missionary Society will!
meet in the basement of Palafox M. E.t
church Thursday afternoon at 41
o'clock. t


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Mrs. John A. Byrd and children left
last night to spend a month or so with
Mr. Byrd at Jellico Junction, Tenn.
Tommy, Jr., and Ella B., children of
Engineer Butler of the L. & N. have
gone to visit their grandmother Mrs.
J. W. Carlin in Repton, Ala. Their
sisters Miss Lurline and Kittie Lois
escorted them as far as Cent.ry where
they spent the day with their aunt
Mrs. Dr. Cater.
Mrs. F. S. Bobe who has been quite
ill for several weeks at the residence
oi her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J. But-
ler in their new home 1304 East
Strong, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Osgood Anson and
two children little Miss Lucy Williams
and baby Aline and nurse, went yester-
a~ay to spend the month of August
with Mrs. Anson on the Bayshore.'
Miss Adelia Rosasco. the lovely and
interesting little daughter of Mr. P.
L. Rosatco the millman of Bay Point.
is visiting the family of Mr. W. S.
Rosasoo this week.
Mrs. C. F. Marsh leaves to-day noon
for Detroit and other points where she
spent last summer so delightfully with
relatives.
Mrs. T. F. McGourin left Monday
for Chicago and later will visit in
Iowa. Mr. Mcourin who accompa
nied her last summer will remain in
the city until later in the season.
Mrs. F. W. Marsh and pretty little
daughter Rowena left Monday for
Manistee, Mich., on their annual out-
t.g.
Miss Jennie De Courcey arrived
Monday from Georgia to spend a few
weeks with her numerous friends.
Mr. and Mrs. N. McK. Oerting are
enjoying life in the Northwest regis-
tered July 28 at White Bear Lake,
Minn.
TALLA4ASSEE PERSONALS
Judge Geo. P. Raney, Jr.. Mrs. Raney
and son are visiting at the home of
Hon. Geo. P. Raney, Mrs. General
Houston ano' Mr. 9. J. Huston.
Hon. C. L. Shine of Pensacola, who
came here about ten days ago not very
well, has Improved somewhat while
resting at the home of his father Cap-
tain R. A. Shine.
Hon. W. J. Oven, of Apalachicola,
was at the capital on legal business
last Wednesday.
Mrs. Jno. G. Ward, after spending
two weeks on a visit to her son, B.
Ward, left this week for her Pensacola
home.
Hon. John E. Stillman, collector at
the port of Pensacola, was at the
Bioxham Wednesday.
Col. Chas. A. Choate, Mrs. Choate
and Miss Nancy have returned to Tal-
lahassee and are pleasantly located in
the Choate -residence. Miss Minnie
Choate is still sojourning in Gorgia.-
Times-Union.


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A SMOKING ROOM STORY.
Jay Phipps was entertaining at
Beaufort Castle, Lord Lovat's Scottish
estate, a party of Pittsburgers.
In the smoking room, one evening,
the talk turned to the humor of the
Scotch, and Mr. Phlpps sudaoenly
laughed.
"The Scotch," he said. "have a
conscious and unconscious humor.
Both are good, but I prefer the latter.
I heard a good example of it the other
night.
'In a hall near here I attended a
meeting. The orator of the occasion'
was an eloquent and distinguished
man-a member, in fact, of the House
.f Lorts--and below him, as he spout-'
ed, forth his eloquence, sat a bald-head-
cj reporter, taking down eagerly every
word.
"The hall was an ancient stone one,
and as the evening passed it grew hot i
and dump. Moisture, gathering on the'
gray stones and pillars, fell in big.
cool drops on the assemblage.
"Well, as the orator spouted a fiery
stream of rhetoric, the bald reporter,
writing away furiously, received on:
his bare and glistening skull a huge
drop of moisture.
"He interrupted the speaker at once.
He leaped to his feet.
"'Wha's that sputtin'?' he cried
sternly."
DANCING IN SUMMER.
"'Dncing Is warm work in the sum-!
mer time." said a young man at At.
lantie City. "This fact was impressed
ao me while Prince Toe of Korea was
visiting here.
|"Dring a daae at oee of the hotels,
a dauce gve mIn t Ppnee's honor.
I met a very prttyf gr from its-
wlliam. Me s by a window with
her mother, who wma mt hbte.


While we talked', the band struck up,
and I said:
"'May I have the pleasure of this CRESTVIW
waltz ?'
'The young girl was about to say
yes, but her mother interrupted her.
"'No, young man.' she said, 'you special to The Journal
can't. My daughter's keeping herself review Aug. i-Mr. Hart
cool for Prince Yoe of Korea.' "-New Crestview, Fla., Aug. -Mr. HartS
Orleans States. field, representing J. D. Smith of Ma-
Strianna, spent last Thursday in town.
Would July sales of Blue Ribbon Messrs. Jim and A. D. Messer, rep-
Lemon and Vanila Etracts been the resenting the Covington Co., of Jack-
largest in the history of our business sonville, were in town the past week
if they were not the "Beet ever interviewing our merchants.
Made?" Ask your grocer for Blue Rib-. Miss Amelia Meis let: Sunday for a
bon Lemon and Vanilla. Take less. visit to relatives at Brewton, Ala.
Flavors perfectly A very good crowd attended the
Yellow River picic st Laurel Hill Sat-
COTTON EXPORTS FOR urday and report a good time notwith.
CO TT, P T FRst v landing the inclement weather.
THE MONTH OF JULY. Wyer's Band of Pensacola, passed
t r. through Saturday morning en mute to
Cotton exports from the port of Laurel Hill, wkaere they furnished
Pensacola during the month of July, music for the picnic.
just ended, as compiled by the cus-" Mr. P. Woodruff came in Friday
tomb house officials show that 5,316 and is holding a series of meetings
bales were shipped. iat the Congregational Church.
The exports of the feecy staple were There was Quite a "scrap" among
not very large owing to the act that the section crew a few days ago. One
most of the cotton nas already beenis in bed ut in sevel laces with
shipped, and the new crop has not yet foot ads and another has left for
started foreign.prtsunknown.
The total valuation of the cotton Yesterday morningionore
shipments aggregated 270,000. Yesterday morning a IctiaIn Fore
shipments aggregated $270,000. man Cottles and men were going out
WILL INTEREST MANn. to their work, Ben Barmow, a white
man, was pulling on the front end of
Every person should know that good the car when his hands slipped and he
health is Impossible it the kidneys are fell in front of the car and was run
rangede. Foley's Kidney Cure will over and very seriouslry~liu For a
cure kidney and bladder disease in whie it was thgt that h could
every form, and will build up and lot recover, but an examination
strengthen these organs o they will showed no bones broken and at this
perform their functoes properly. No writing he is doing well.-
danger of Bright's disease or diabetes
If Foley's Kidney Oure Is taken in
time. JAPANESE NL YEAR'S.
REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND A aD r 1eN ae s ft r amed pe"
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK etanr Prear&e Dshes.
THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA To a devout Japame reaktst on
MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO. New ear's day Is a digiouai rite rath-
r ean a vulgar satlio 4 the ap-
petite, says the oriie CNoAa o
ordinary disbes are consumed at this
meaL The tea most be made with wa-
FRE H ter drawn from the wall when the first
mAtandi e or ed l by law fcqms tere
TU staple dish, while at the latb a ri a
VE iare of special sake from a red lacquer
NY STYRcup muse t be draonedo by whosoever de
srs happiness during the coming year.

with evergreen leaves ta bearing a
SATU R DI i rich dumpling, a lobster, oranges, per-
almmona, cbestnut dsed ardines and
SERlringe ro he All these dishes have a
We in aKe Nspecial signlfeation. The names of
ANY &TYLE some are homonoymus with weods of
happy owma; th others have an ai&-
wgoreal meaning. Thbe lobstkes curved
beck and Ion C laws kypitY ft p ro-
longed till the frame Is bent and the
Wedding Cakes a Specialty beard is long; the rdin- which al-
ways swim in pairs, express conjugal
-- bliss; the herring is symbolical of a
fruitful progeny.
Thee dishes are not intended for on-
sumption, although In most ases the
appetite is fairly keen. The orthodox
Japanese not only sees the old year out;
he rises at 4 to welcome the newcomer
(8olomon's Old Stand.) and performs m ceremonies before
he breaks his fat.


Presjudicee.
The word "prejudice" come from
two Latin words,' or -
forehand. and "fdilco," I judge. There-
fore "prejudice" sas- the forming of
an opinion beforehand or before knowl-
edge. To form an opinion or declare a
judgment concerning any subject with-
out or ignoring knowledge is "preju-
dice." An opinion formed after a life-
long acquaintance and. experience and
after thorough investigation and study
may be erroneous, but cannot properly
be styled "prejudice." When the teach-
ing and experiences of the world are
disregarded. when the facts of history
and science are ignored or denied, the
conclusions or opinions thus arrived at
must not only be mistaken, but they
must be the result ef prejudice.

Dr7 Tea Trem see.
Train yourself to keep your troubles
to yourself. Don't pour them out upon
,!acquaintances or strangers. It isn't
their fault if you have troubles, and
they don't want to hear of yours, be-
cause they have so many of their own.
And besldes- re Is a point to con-
sider-if you insist on telling other
people of your grievances they will at
length come to dislike and shun you,
because thereby you prevent them
from telling their treables.
REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
THURSDAY oIGHT. .PENSACOLA
MUSICAL AND AMUISEMINT CO.


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To introduce HAoton's AnatiSeptic Tooi Pow
der, we will give to every purchase of a 25-
cet bottle of the Powder, for this week only,
a @-C. nt Tooth Bnrgth free. Both
the Powder and the rush are guaranteed and
'if either or both are unsatisfactory your mocy
will be refunded and no questions asked,

Hooton's Anti-Septic Tooth Powder

Is tree from al acid, grit and anything that is
injurio to the teeth. It Sw9et ens the
breth and aids digestion. There is no
secret about the p-eparation and we will be
glad to show either you or your dentist the for*
mula at any time.


glassware from your country
home. m


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section of which yQU may C APCu ,el
leave to u, will have most careful ate.
ton. Jut gve us a price iit and a

4 No matter how wmall orlarge tie
order, the pacimg will inure sae carriage
to any distance.
q Selections made of articles u e for
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S-A Mother's loie: ; t. love she
h eiies nae r ch-ltir: the !ove her
child sold .ia-i for '-,r; with~;t this
Ilove elecukidtot en-ur. "-h-* alon; in-
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love, MNotr's Friend A %r,-. 4 l' tl :,
semn h~ and angurih of ci, ;;rr,
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Sbeakisg point. Mother's itr'nd d.f 11
this or,-t tnabls thr nd r~t
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Sa e dwaithl kent aY thurnse s)l it.
tbe ppl Rsasetary, smo his is 'a ...
sadis of mchr nir that r
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--a lImmt for massage 'f "" .,-
*ngma drurae peowas cy, l,,
their toa it a and pwor ,,n Is
peatly enhanced, oena!*',v a s1
StW t he* at strain. brd. ,- h
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The :

Impoartan t :

Shoe Sale :
ONE-IECE SUIT FOR LITTLE GIRL.
Rather a clever modification upon with the frock fastening. The sleeve at
the popular Russian blouse suit is is a loose puff, with a deep shaped
indicated in the illustration. Brad cuff. A shield of a-over embroidery
plaits stitched down in tuck fashion ills I nthe V neck; and a broad sailor The
appear both back and front, these be- collar over the shoulders is notched
ing released below the waist line to in revere style, passing down the
form the fullness of the skift. A belt fret. Collar, front and cuffs are all Boston
of the material is loosely passed edged with an embroidery, and heavy
around the waist and fastened with a stitching appears on plaits and all
big pearl butter in front, right in line seams. Shoe Store


JAMES WHITE ADULTERATED offers

IS IMPROVING SPIRITS SEIZED all :


AND EXPECTS TO BE ABLE TO EIGHTEEN CASES OFTURPENTINEy l
LEAVE HIS HOME BY CONFISCATED AND SOLD BY h
Seaaldresdls, O
THURSDAY. SHERIFF AT SAVANNAH. f

Boys'
James White, who was shot and Efhteen cases of adulterated spirits 1
thought perhaps fatally injured two of turpentine were sold at auction at and
weeks ago, continues to improve, to the court house in Savftash last week :and
the gratification of his friends and by chief Deputy Sheriff Thomas J.
physicians, and it is now only a o.qes- Sweeney. The spirits were seized by
tion of a short time before he will be State Inspector of Naval Stores R. P. Y uths
enjoying as good health as before the Register.
time that he was injured. Ten casks were sold to Mr. H. E.
Mr. White was able to leave the Wilson at 2 cents a gallon. The re LO
hospital Monday, going to his home mainder of the spirits was bid by Mr.
on East Gregory street, where he has R L. Walker. He paid 32 cents a
been receiving his numerous friends, gallon for five casks and 26 cents a Shoes
who were anxious as to his condition gallon for the other three casks.
It is expected that he will be able A large part of the seszed goods was
to come down to the business portion adulterated with wood spirits. The
of the city about Thursday, provided seizure was made by Inspector Regi-
the weather is favorable. ter in compliance with the state law
governing the adulteration ofam m ered turpen-
tine. Under the term of this law anyHam m
adulterated spirits no matter what
quantity or in whose Inoseeslon thesy Don
Smay be found, are sel and sold, Dow
y the proceeds 6f the sale golng to the
state. The price brought ysteray c
Swas higher than usual. Adulterate+I Prn .
turpentine has no market value It is
not recognized by the board of txrdl
A triet inspection was made here. m e an ake
The enormous amount of spirits 'shl-
ped here and to Brunswick show the 3 oo.k
percentage of adult*sation to be soa o
small, that it is very stisfactory to
the entire unal stores trade, the in.
spector says.

Asthma Sufferers Shoulid Know This. 0
Foley's Honey and Tar has cuel BOSTON
ma ny cases of asthma that were con-
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Buee
Ing, 701 West Third stree, D~venport, SHOE STOR"E,.
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contractt
O ut -o-ow n twelve years ago w. nlected until it
naellY grew into ashme,. The .- 117 S. Palafox S.'
d P c medical aldIl available coald not si
MS PRC and, me more than temporary reite. Foey'a .
Honey and Tar was restu~aIaded and
Shipped Prompdtly one fifty-cent bottle entiely cured meaC
tl o! athma which had been growing on
me for twelve yea~s, nd if I had taken
q Don't estate to seed ser a eu= .. .,..- w. P Fle P reooraph

your orders for china d D'Alemberte, druaggit and apothecary [ Pt[ Co' Fa lori, 1










THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WgwgPODAY WRtMIMS, AUlUST 2, 100S

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SThe Journal's Classmifle 0ah Advertisements

Nal a d mr Afttaet ao than Me. Xator- rC rperte by tfh INIAnth.
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Are You Donating to a Landlord?

IF YOU ARE PAYING RENT YOU ARE DONATING TO
A LANDLORD. BETTER PAY IT TO YOURSELF AND
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.


If You Start Right You Uan
Soon Own a Homo of Your Own.


WE CAN START YOU RIGHT. IF YOU CAN'T BUY A
SO0N HOME, BUY ONE FOR $1,S0--ANYWAY, GET
STARTED, AND YOU'LL BE SURPRISE HOW EASY
IT IS TO KEEP UP THE GMAL PAYMENTS ASK
US.


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For 1eh..
FOR SAL--1 show case 221nx27inx
Ift; I Triplicate Mirror French
Plate Glass 18x40; 1 Wall Mirror.
French Plate Glass 18x40; 1 arc light
for gas; 1 Milliner's Baut and Head;
Pilot Millinery Pixtures: 1 heating
iatove; 6 Yellow Pine Tables: lot of
shelvng. Going out of business. S. L.
Benham, 32 West Government St.,
Pensacola.
FOR SALE-3 Barber Chairs for sale.
609 8. Plafox St. laugrlm*
FOR SALE--Ooe dray and harn cs. i
Apply 212 E. Gregory. laug-w*
]FOR SALE-A quarter tkk o iii .Ne.V
j Ciy, containing 5 lots, witi larxel
oak trees on same, very c'iviteuient;y;
located to car line, ga, and -xatert
mains and estuated in excellent neigh-
borhood. To a quick purchaser will
sell cheap. Address P. O. Box 529.
City. laug2w*


REAL ESTATE

LOANS, RENTS

AND INSURANCE


We cannot et forth in this
limited spaie indlulements of-
fered by your dealings with this
omce.
Will Buy or Sell
Your Property a; right prices.


Special Care Given
Rents and collections. Ask
our list of houses.
We Loan Money


Ire"Cll Aw i II VCS LITm en Oo FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New abort notice. front room, with bay window. 10 N.
S pCity. Tract No.. 312. For cash 1). i Palafox, Phnone 65, 2 rings. 2auglm
L. * rW ..... V.l *Emhe ,'Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court Houas. Fire, Life and Accident KOOMS IN PRIVATE FAMILY-Cen-.
W. L KH I~, l3 L L 5 5 .l r5i laug tInal location. Near hotel, and first-
.LTlLLUXAMNV4 N X .sswd. b'FOR SALE-Two secand-hand upright sw best companies class boarding house. Few minutes
-I -.. I. -- .. pianos. fine co.n.titin. .. P he' Twalk from postofce and depot. Con-
Now i pn1 *1 ,- a, desired. Noe. f o e Gornmepn.nt.- Oive Us a Trial venient to car lines. Reasonable rates.
215 Soute P rg Street, Penseo.ia, Florida. Addres with refereeces, "North,"care
I ISeaft f f Street, n laFlorida.. .... .........You Will Be PaedJournal. 29Jlw*
A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT--3
Snew houses just completed. All ROOM AND BOARD.-Delightful lo-
I good material used, neatlyy paint-d cation on bay shore; boating, hatb-
WANMT1L WAJr rMc D throughout, with good water and new L.. B' W Co inrgand fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C.
.. ......... ....a 1 .. wet .. wire fencing. Insurance paid up for ,.LS. IELI'W. N. CHerman, at yisherville. 3junolm.
,..(Ml.ll:.i .SITU at No. j1 West WANTED--A flrt-clasa collector and three years. Two already bargained; .
;Rua r. r-. k~ly. Zau6rw* solicitor. Apply L. O. Kauffman, Ro- for on time payments t) the one that 200 Theisen Bld'g PaTIeaS who want to rm. house,
hoAuT.. -io .,s, bonekeeper mana and Palafox Sts., pstairs. Luys at a large advance above what I teas or uything ele for that
SI.ilt ~,d white i om_ rid 2auglw* ask for cash. They are now rented 'WE SELL LOTS" mater wiU and The Journl Wlnt
,z^ . R A Sm SA.e Mr R. A. Smith, WANTED-Energetic ma, each coun-'Don't miss the opportunity. Apply to HOTE-O ..p.n n ht ad
S -".......:... .e"ie3 laur 2 T" ty to post signs. advertise and distri- Jo. H. Kohler, care Saunders Mil Co. Co. t-s ms lita d
A (G.i>) COOK-Appi Corner Thir- bute siples, salary $18 weekly, $3 Phone 717. 2911ylw*' m llclea ro r asient trade olicted. s
:-,. ;, and Davis streets. 29lylw e dayfor expenses, honety and soFOR SALE-Bicycle for sale. Apply TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES VA- 679 South Palao. Jos. S Nicola'
brit. more esen ia- l ta experience, to Thos. Pebley. 27jlylw LISUS AND GRIPS, all thorogh!y p'm '.
L, ;;IST 36 years old now manag- National Co., 720 Chestnut St., Phila- to Thos ebley 2ly AND GRIPS, all thorough
.:. :ore for Doctor, wants position. delphia. aug2and8 FOR SALE, STEAMBOAT-Sutableptly prepared, at B. Brce's
." tfe-rences. Would buy smallI for freight and passeaers. 85 fet r r shop. Send them down M t L.
.. :,.- any kind. W. antin, Hram LEARN TELBGRAPHY and R. RK Ac- long Great bargain. Write box 29jly2 7
e. Aa. 27jlylw utisg. $50to($13 a month sal-'Tampa, Fla., for photo and particu- PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do MONEY TO LEND-On good real ae
ryANTED-T by d Our graduate under bond. lars. 23Jly2w* tuning and repairing. Guarantee tate acurity, or on good collateral,
: NEow i Pensaco or in Santa igod d endorsed by all rails me- OO TO TURTON tor aU sie flms stisfaction. 17 years experience. J. at lowest at.. Lesll Broota,
S .flounty, cheap for cash. Ad- Wre for catalogue. Morse School of Cameru loaded and unloaded free Cnrad Scott, 243 E. Gregory. 28jlylm* Fisher bulldin San
.- W. Soule, Mary Esther. Santa Telegraphy, Cininnat. O., Buffalo, N. chAr. He m.k best photo EGULAR MAIL LINS-Good convry. MONZY OANED o any sa an
S-a C ounty, Fla. 21jlylm* ., Atlanta, Ga.. Croe Wis. Tex- gph he soth. 3 years a lead. ance for t velia public. Daily ser. lA prm I property. p ab
S..... .... r rm'kaa, Tel., SaG Prfanc co, Cail. e ." 18am vice each way. Prom Chipley to Bay. 9se*, y or wtMi WheM yo need
V\ \LIED.-Any girl in need of riend-, PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for head. Address J. M. Taggle, Chipley, money. me. J. A- Wilu 22% W.
-'A; help, advice, etc., will fnd WANTID.-Agents in different oun. sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship- Fla. 24tc Govdt ta 4SabUury buldina
S and wthllMng assthace bly va ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe sent. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla. 1 REAL ESTATE
o the Matron of the Salvation and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Po 22Pjlylm r EAL 'BAT in all parts o city MON LOANWD os good real e
iesrue Homet 33d St. and ave Saes and Vaalt Fktr of every FOR SALE-Combination horse, 7 You bIy the ground and we will tate purity t saoual.
___ description. Wrt for terms.l years old. 16 hands, sound and gen- build your hoe on long trla pay. UIa1 WualO & OI
V AN" :-The Merchants Transfer Scarritt Moreno, Penaacola, Fla.. Flor- t'e. Also registered braod mare. A menas D. Bale Wilson & Oa aug2.
<'c .:.. your moving and hauling. State Agnt 281une. E. Hinman. Century, Fla. 6Jly TAIULORM L. Diamoad. Uorw MONT LOAND e all kind of P f
A.. breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thore Any Intelllget ea ar earn a WALL TINTS by experts; results Oeat' loin ea prdesie d an sona property on short notion
r., Pr. Phone 9S 18 unelm good income cer for new guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone sepalred otn mhah- tootc c No. 11l Tera~ easy. J. W.Bullard, opstair
W PTa T r pers; no canvaU tng; xper l 85. 12julylm Wet GovrepfNt. Pe saeola, .Zi 28% South Palatox St., Phone 1144
VA -N.. b fo r -. cawa w i unnecessary. 'ex 4 o r u -- -- --- -- -- 1I0 C^ -
r a:c Am, ran N national Bank No er .erd particulars. FR SALE.-Two pair extra fine 14 Snov
sock et Nc AddressJ LB. J.Northern pr Y Byni at Lockport. young mules, sound and in good FOR ONE. OO4l .04 AND FIFTY UNLM1'AA&As aWs as o( moy to oas
care Journa e. 3ndress J. JN. 1june3m condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- CENT* per h14 we will hau oO ml all kin da psrw al Property.
care Jourual. 131une2m J i
Baker waon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. dead Lve or Bpeosal rate to b ouieas on large
WANTED--Your electrc work ot a t .. .. .. at 1 Ccl Herr loans. Tk.New York Loa Co. 204
kmnos. Let ur clean your tam*. re -! g0l0 FOR SALE-One Choice block on top U6 H S g Bor t Palm
pair your dynanio, do your iri ng.t ~- of tae ridge east of the electric
Phone 570. Pensacola Electric Co., AUTO-Only run four months. Good railway, between 7th and 8th streets. SAILMAKER. OLhm 's PIwnSh L .
corner Intendenci and Baylen streets as new. Finest bargain in second- Nature has favored this section and it J. H. PORTRU, 7 lmakor, 716 South
annelm. hand machine ever oered. See Dr. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. 1 Palatfo stret. Orders take for 402 PALAFOX ST.
cm I tents, S Camp &tool a home WON]" TO LOAN ON DLAMONM
.. e Phillips, Room 4, 7% Palaox. 2augm* CHICKEN WHEAT prodtents, awnn, amp stool ad hoe O TO O D MON
6 MORASSO CO. r, ed another: 'prues Lt Ri reasonable. ,, Watera Chalu, t d all rnds
odur.eo:lie F b -Makes fowl esp ecally waofl l nn a security at lowest rs of
Shipment of imported pure olive oil. OR SALICe-South half block 211, The cheapest food to be touns F. 8 linttet Bar.ala a nmredemd
S t retaied in gaion, half gallons fr"oting 400 feet on 13th street, by Mellen & Co, Phone 34. toes OR RENT pledSe .
L.. quarts. 1137% feet on Bay View Park; also FOR SAL-A a sacrce turnature
uttos half Of b hi-- 211! f, -An


REAL ESTATE
tnD CAI


jr WIM OIJLIUIQ


4 room house, rents $7.00........
2 houses, renting $10.00..........
'Neat cottage, near Palatox......


600
800
2350


Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents'
Collected Money Loaned.


LESLIE E. BROOKS


I0 4a Palafox, Fisher Building
for
Board and Rooms.


FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
t electric light, phone and bath. Large


,\ANTED-The people of Pensacola 7 tz ,s ating 40 s tore, stock and account. Cal at FOR RENT--One 7-room house, 400, 1P I
cease worrying. Let The Journal tfe on .th St., by 1, feet on Bay 138140 E. Intedndel a W. Garden, corner of Reus. Apply GF
cA or A tView Par The nly p:operty adjoin- 412 West Garden. 30jul3t*
T..y_: are expex-' detectives. and can .g y ... t Is now for
ae he man you ae oo or ae. The beatltfal view down the lot 3 blocks from Poalafox lot 961 FOR RENT-A 7-room hins6 on Bi
s nclded i the ",0 or 0000 bayou and down the bay can never be r tu Bayou; furnished for the
inmladed ia the 25.,000) or 30,0r ."ytn a........... talargey shader iman lng & Dy. i e
,ople w make th poplaon obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jly u fd Cloh on water front: large yard, shade
l,:.ot. mk..........a 2 a..' tiees, wide veranda, servants' quar-
:cFOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- FOR SAL-Second-hand cash regl- ters, excellent neighborhood, near car W Orks
T'ANTED-Haul.ng and traa fr old Berkshire herd oear, Duke af, ter in perfect condition. Will s". I line. Will rent cheap. Address 497,
work Office phone (3. Residence Florida, No. 68,923. Alsa some ine cash or o, time. A real bargain. Can oare Journal. 30jly MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER
" one 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N young pigs. 1 sx-months-old boar, all be seen at James McHugh'a. 22mca MONTH.
Tarragona. Smc- registered and transferred. Carl Set- . m FOR RENT--Oice ro-m with show Ladies and Gent's Clothing cleaned
- -terlind, Chipley. Fla. 18Jlyl FOR SALE-Fresh butter, cream. window. Apply at. 34 S. Palafox. dyed and repaired. Goods called for
WANTED--Orers for The Jouraalr I sweet milk, and buttermilk, de- 19jlylmo and delivered.
specda Pensacola and Panama Canal DO YOU wad to hy or Sal aaWthlag? livered at any time of day. No. 405 ABELL & FINCH, PROPS,
Eaition. which will shortly apear. A Uttle waret at Wi br1 woolnderul E. Belmont street Phone 907. 7Jlylm* FOR RENT- Twelve-room dwelling 140 E. Government St.,
Whil co tain half-tone pictures of city. s. TW ct Is too mngaUle rt Corner Hayne and Bel.mont. Suitable Phone No. 168. Pensacola, Fla..,
harbor and special scenes. 1is c t0 delay. for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gar-
ae ordr at Journal ofe. FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent F. M. WILLIAMS, VE YOUMI HAULING TO,
iWANTLD--SeaoadIand Cora t for Fire and Brglar Prof aes and CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FOR RENT-New ive-room cottage
and cotto seed mneal sack O.ut Vaukl Fixture of all descriptions Om e, Brosnaham building, t on car line, corner 1"th street and Ir ha t TrnfA A
F 6 Mellne & Co. O2marl Lock Company f Cincinn ti Ohio. Prompt attention always given gallery. 12july h .
Communicate with m for prices and to business. Pdnsaool FT.Rna.ce la Thor. S Thorsen, Prop
A BINGHAM wan yr v terms before byla elsewhere_ Sc_- _" "- FOR RNNT.-Residence lately o.,
Swa or iMitt Moreo F S, u o elswhe Scr-cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. HAULINGQOF EVERY DESCRIPTION
and hauling. He guarantees all bweS ritt Mereno. Fsh.ama Fs
and hal/a*, eghanamaes -ll br mb LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary,
r Puone 6.. t e 48 8. Pllfox tret. "3n 4
r noe THE WEST Bl WOOD YARD cam BEGINNING TO-DAY NICK APO. 4 3 plaox trt SPECIAL ATTENTION GFVEN TO
I-LcONu-hAND FULRNITUE, jHoum supply yo with stoe wood. block% I LE WILL SERVE REGULAR 50C FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor- BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
hod Articles, Jewelry and ay se ask wood, sUt wood, pie knots, or DINNERS FOR 25C. TRY THEBMj ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
S.e Article wanted. We pay caU kindling. BRIg ph- 1058. C. IL AND IF THEY ARE NOT AS REP- Suitable for boarding house. Apply O...
L: i. Address P. O. Ba 35. City. Williams, propriatr, er. G St.. and RESENTED, THEY COST YOU to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra. PHONE 97
lOdee Jackso. 6aayla NOTHING. gossa. 26m:f P.O. OX, 67;,.
ItHE RENTAL BUSINESS is osr -
.specmalty and your baian s wll


!air* careful &tLntlm DL 1 na WI.
: Co. i
PF-":\ION WANTED-Young tdd
a positlon as teaograpber,.
'' r :. rtTy or country town. Com-
S ood in figures. References.
-' ,;. S., care Journal. 8JlIyl *


LOTr
L 'T :. v of 15, came Alfred an-
small scar on chtn. Left
S :.v 14. presumably for Bag-
S work. Notify Mmts LAolu
H einberg St, Pesacola.



WlS6T AND CORN MEAL MILL
a r. GONXALUM &O. Pt, .
ItHOICE MEAL AND PURUEIOUl-
STOCK FEE
yyour meal ead W took da et
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Lofto Ind u. -
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For Rent.
Nortc Iil uIdMpR,) ISee *ns.. 05.0
s15 Negi% Bayis ..............$4S
3M4 tkO.pf- e ...........5...
House near PerdidM Wharf .... OM
21 We"t m RM .. .... ...... Ju
314 Eat Mta. ................ 1740
40 East C4 e ..................S00
m Wat MA ............... IS0O
Dwellng Near .teddft...... 12. 0
421 F*M Qv wdmu t ........... I
MONEY.TO LONM AT THE LOW-
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


NORTH HILL PROPERTY.

Six desirable building lots at



EAST HILL PROPERTY
A Nice Home, 505 Gadsden, 7 roomat


91,56@.


SE OUR WOARD FOR NARGAIN&.


Professional Directory.

DR. R. G. BUCKNER,
SPECIALIST
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 71/2 &. Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.

PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
AttorneyeatvLaw,
Room 405 Thlesen Building.

THOSE. PEBLEY,
LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
PHONE 559.

J. P. STOKES
Attorneyand Counsellor at Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.


GEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY.AT-LAW.
Room 500 Thieen B'ld. Phone 734,

DR. BOULDER,
DENTIST.
MODERN DENISTRY
-at-
MODERATE PRICES
Office-Southwest corner otf liafox
and Intendencia.


WELSH & SMITH,
DENTIsT*.
PHONE 525.

DR. JNO. B. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 88.



DR. YATES

will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August

22nd.


L. C. PHILLIPS, M, D.
HOMEOPATHIST.
Omce at No. 7% 8. Palaftx, Blount
Building.
Office Hours-8:0e to 11 a. mL., a
2 to 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
65--two rings. Offce Phone 6o
Sundaye-Subject to calL


For Rent.


813 North 7th avenue ..........
625 W Romana ...............
211 N 9th Avenue.............


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STORES AID OFFICES.'
3151/ South Palafox, up4tairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government.
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


We Advertise Free.
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AGENCY

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DAILY SCHEDULE
For Steam Ovision
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leave Pensacola for the IAttle
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35am
S:50am ar Ft. Barrancaa 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30ps
3:50pm ar Ft Barrancas 4:$0 m
6:15pw ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pm
*8:10pm ar Ft. Barrancas *8:50pa
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrafcas for
Pensacola at-
8:00am ar Pensacola 3:40Mp
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40am
2:O00pn ar Pensacola 2:40pm
5:15pm ar Pensacoia 5:5S6
7:00pm ar Penscola 7:45pm
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm


Electric car will leave Pensacola
every hour from 6 S. m. to 10 p. n.
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-
saeola at 6 a. m., which will, on re-
turning, leave the IBig Bayou at 4:2
a. m., and the 2 p m. car will leave
Bi. Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above is the week day sohedie
which will begIn Friday, April 15.
Electric car will leave Pengacola at
7. 8, 8:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, a m. and
12:50, 1:50. 2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:5.
8, 9 and 10 p. m., running through to
the Big Bayou, and immediately re-
turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
Beach will await arrival of steam
train from Pensaeola and will them
run to Pensacola ahead of the train
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this electriL
car schedule and wil work in conne-
tion with it.


Peuaoeek, St. Andrews ad

Bl1f Stamhlp .
STEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND j
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHk
COLA. CARRABELLE, ST. AN.
DREWS, MILLVALLE.
And all points on St Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalauhioetl
sc- SODULsi -
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 "
m. for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:30 p
m. for St. Andrews, Millvile, Apa-
lacnicola, Carrabelle and intenmedlar
points.
For additional Information apply t j
J. R. SAUND*R,
B. R. COBB, Preadet
Gn. Frt and Pass. Agt.
Pensacola, Fla. .


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LOANS.
We have about $10,000 on hand, which wo can lend on good eal
estate security in sums of $100.00 to $250.00 at 7% and 8%.

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

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

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


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TROUSERSEuu9 WINf Aati s s WillN M rs mtig w"Lt. bsat.
S COUSERS? itJMlifle aulhsp on To- eight at A. E. thapi

WE HAVE THEM. of Pi n luie. forf This P OW All kinds of Fish, oft Shell
The following rules for the clMassifica- which was declareat
Just the kind you need and tion and inspection of yellow pine lum- T ycott, bs, Wete et
want to run your Summer Sits l ber were approved in conference of! some months ago by ;he negroes of REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,
through the season. They are committee from The Georgia Inter-i Pensacola against the Street Railway 25 CENTS.
d series, worsteds, anua all State Saw MIll Association, South Company on account 4? the fact that -
popular summer fabrics, and Carolina Lumber Association, New the Florida legislature bad passed a
they'll hold a "crease" in the York Lumber Trade Association of law setting apart certala portions of URDENT ST I
Slegs, too. New York City, Yellow Pine Exchange cars for white and colored passengers,
AAA ^of New York City, The Lumberman's is now about to be called off.
$ 3.30 $4.00M Exchange of Philadelphia, Pa., The; A meeting of the members of the McMillan Br s. Co.
L umber Exchange of Baltimore, Md., committee was held yesterday at noon
.December 1 190. matter was discussed. ilnce the law MOBILE, ALABAMA.
S9General Rules. had been declared unconstitutional the
S ber l u le s.o negroes desired again to ride, and for
A ll lumber mut be sound, oommer- this purpose the meeting wa held.
,cial long leaf yellow pine (pine com- Ae committee has called a mass
bining coarse knots, with coarse grain, meeting of those who boycotted the aA RK
Ss excluded under theseo rules), wellcars, for to-night at 8 oe lock at Allen
ohn W hiteu tured, u to size and saw Chapel, A. M. E Zion Churh, corner Naval Stores Market.
Sbutted and shall be frae from the fol- of LaRta and Guillemarde streets. Savannah, a. Aug. 1.-The navas
allowing defects: Unsound, loose and At this meeting addresses will be stores market closed to-day as fol-
tif2 to. c1 'n Ehollow, knots. worm holes and knot delivered upon the question and the lows: -
St205207 & Palfo 'holes, through shakes or roud shakes boycott against the company called W ...................$ 5 10
t* Q chat show on surface; and shall be of. W' ......G ****... 485
Pline 225. square edge, unless otherwise spec- ......................
n____fed. N ......... .......... 4 45
SA through shake is hereby defined VESSELS UNDER CHARTER M ........................... 4 30
to be through or connected from side TO GULF TRANSIT CO. K ...........................4 15
to side, or edge to edge, or side to 1 ............................ 4 10
edge. The following vessels have been char- H .......................... 05
In ths measurement of dressed lum- tered by the Gulf Transit Company, G ........................... 3 95
N ew be the width and thickness of the and will load cargoes at this port: F .......................... 3 87%
lumber before dressing must be taken For Liverpool-Garcla, due August E ........................... 3 80
-less than one inch thick shall be 3; E O. Saltmarsh. due August 25; D .......................... 3 45
a measured as one ich. Ida. due end of August or early in C .......................... 3 30
U The measurement of wane shall a!- September. Spirits Turpentine, 571/, cents.
ways apply to lumber in the rough. For Genoa-Soperga, due August 2.
Where terms one-half and thirds For Dunkirk-A steamer, due Au- Cotton Market Conditions.
heart are used they shall be construed gust 2. New York, August l.-The cotton
I as referring to the ar3< of the face l or Kobe (Japan),-Arroyo, due Au- market opened steady at an advance
on which measured. gust 22. of 2@6 points in response to higher
In the dressing of lumber, when not For Venice--Hermine, due August 5. cables and a bullish crop report plac-
We can save you money and satisfy otherwise specined, onerighth inch For Marsellies--Hermine, due Au- ing the condition-a 7 5.4 per cent,
yea if you desire a first-class Pano shall be taken ofd by each planer ct. gust 5. against 81.2 per cent last month. But
Ner Pianos from $100 to $600. e o eac planer For Trieste-Hermine, due August 5. reports that resolutions were passed
Be sure to see the Baby Piano- CLASSIFICA ON. For Antwerp-A steamer, due in at the meeting of tl4jSpinners' fed-
smallest degular ePiano made for young August. eration in London ydsierday urging
and old alike, $100 to $175. Flooring. For Tampico-August Belmont, in spinners to purchase only as abso-
r will pay you to call or write us. Flooring shall embrace four, five and port. lutely necessary during the next three
six quarter inches in thickness by months had a bears& influence on
three to six inches in width, excluding sentiment and the market ruled' weak
TUNING A SPECIALTY. lx6. For example: IxZ. 4, 5, and 6; excepting when the width exceeds the during the early session With prices
PHONE I7x, 4, 5 and 6; 1%x3, 4 and 5. thickness by three inches or over, in the middle of the morning 9@12
PHONE 476, "B ds, then it shall show heart on the edge points net lower underliquidation and
for one-half the length, bear pressure.
Boards shall embrace all thick- Stepping shall show three corners __
TTER RUSHING sesunder one and a half inches by heart, free from shakes and all knots New York Oottr, Ftitures.
Over six inhes wide. For example: exceeding half-inch in diameter, and New York, August 1.-Cotton fu-
1. 1 and 1% inches thick by over not more than six in a board. tures opened steady. August, 10.65
12 E.LGo u mt S ix inches wide. Rough edge of flitch shall be sawe. September. offered, ,.10 .7 October,
PENSACOLA, - FLORIDA. Plank. from good heart timber and shall be 10.90; November, 10.94: December,
Plank shall embrace all sizes from measured in the middle, on the narrow 10.97; January, 11.02; March, 11.10;
one and one-half to under six inches in face, free from Injurious shakes or May, 11.15.
thickness by six inches and over in Iunsound knots.
width. For example: 3%. 2, 2%, Wane on not over 5 per cent. of the New York Stodk Market.
She C 3% 4, 4 6 5%,s by 6 and over in pieces in any one size .shall be allow- Wall Street, New York. August 1.-
Cwidth. ed as on merchantable quality. Opening changes were small in the
Scantling. stock market to-day. ,Bu gairis largely
Scantlin shall embrace all size e predominated and trading was active
Iizes endxx diversified. There was a gain ofH t r
Index System ceeding one and cne-holf inches and, jJ diversified. There was a gain or
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under six Inches in tb;ckness, and
from two to unde- six tiches in width.
For example: 2x2, 2x3. 2x4, 2x5, 3x3,
3x4, 4x4, 4x5 and 5x5.
Dimension.
Dimension sizes shall embrace all
sizes six inches and up in thickness by
six inches and up in width. For ex-
ample: 6x6, 6x7, 7x7, 7x8, 8x9 and up.
Stepping.
Stepping shall embrace one to two
and a half inches in thickness by
seven inches and up in width. For ex.
ample: 1, 1%, 1%, 2 anl 2%x7 and up
in width.
Rough Edge or 'Flitch.
Rough edge or flitch shall embrace
all sizes one inch and tn in thickness
by eight inches and up in width, sawed
on two sides only. Fo." example: 1.
1%. 2, 3, 4 and up thick by eight inches
and up wide, sawn on two sides only.
INSPECTION.
Standard.


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V last night. National Lead gains %
General Dealer in and Allis a point.

Bicyles,BicycleSodries LIFE SENTENCES

and Fittings. FOR THREE BOYS
CYCLES REPAIRED. By Associated Press.
CYCLES POR RENT. Chicago, Aug. 1.-Life sentence was
imposed by Judge A. A. Barnes to-day
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type upon three youthful holdup men who
writers, Guns, Pistols. Locks and Urn- pleaded guilty to murder and highway
brellab repaired. robberies committed last May. George
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives, Pummer, seventeen years of age,
jets., sharpened. Thomas Kelly twenty years of age, and
Most complete line if keys la the Thomas Sherwin, eighteen years of
city. age were the men sentenced.
12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST. Eczema, scald head, hives, Itchiness
PHONE 1133. of the skin of any sort instantly re-
lieved, permanently cured. Doan's
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NOTICE OF MEETING.
Members of Staff No. 1. Naomi Re-
S bekah Lodge, ;. O. O. F. are requested
to attend practice to-night at 8 p. m.
ebarp. 2auglt*
REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA
MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO.

IMPROVISED NITROGEN.
What appensr Wbe L744lte Sd
IMImlar Com u--i Blpede.
When left alone to its natural fune
tions nitrogen pursues a perfectly
peaceful course, but whe man suc-
ceeds in capturing it and combining It
with otlhr elements it becomes a dire
* potentiality for evil. 'Te love of free-
dom, so to speak, characteristic of ni
trogen is terribly exempliled In the ex-
plosion of the bomb in which it is inm-
prisoned and bound to other elements.
On the slightest provocation--a park,
a shock, a tuse-the nitrogen suddenly
expands from seemingly nothing a re-
gards the space which it occupies into
I infinity. This i i reality what hap-
poem when dynamite, lyddite or other
unstable nitro compounds explode wlhe
burled in shells In warfare and In
bombs la desperate attacks O human
irve. Nitroen, against it. natural d-
poeitio., is locked up In an uncongenal
space In theie copoundt from which
it Io set tree by very simple mesa
wth deadly effect, retoinln, In tact
to It normal peaceful mtnIom o0ce
more. It is the analogue of the sword
and the plowbare; in the nitro expw
Ive nttropet is the modern engine Of
wairt said cutus; a ethe tate in
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All lumber shall be sound, sap no ob-
jection. Wane may be allowed one-
eighth of the width of the piecei ONE HUNDRE
measure across face of wane, extend-
irg one-tourth of the length of one cor-
ner, or its equivalent on two or more OF THE FAM
corners, provided that not over 10 per
cent. of the pieces of any one size shall
show such wane.
Merchantable. W e Le 0i0
All sizes under nine inches shall
show some heart entire length on one
side; sizes nine inches and over shall
show some heart the entire length on I3 50 S i
two opposite sides. Wane may be al-
lowed one-eighth of the width of the AT....
piece measured across face of wane,
and extending one-fourth of the length
of the piece on one corner or its equlv.
alent on two or here corners; provid-
ed that not over 10 per cent of the 2
piece of any one size shall show such
wane.
Prime.
Flooring shall show one heart face. ALL NEW SHAD
free from through or round shakes or
knots exceeding oe inch in diameter, LEATHER
or more than four la a board on the NEW STO
face side.
Boards seven inches and under wide COMPLETE RUN
shall show one heart face; over seven
iinohes wide shall show two-thirds
heart on both sides, all free from round
jpr through abakes, large or unsound
Planks seven inche and under wide W hy Pay I
shall show one heart ace; over seven
inches wide shall aow twothirds .
teart on both side, all free from
rornd or throeagh hakes, large or An-
sor-d knots.
Scanting shal show three corners H w *A
heart free from tteough or around CASI l CL I
shakes ot nasoud Otb CAM lI
Dmeastaon 81- i qua lumber I
shan show two4Mrdm beart on two
sides. sad nt lae than s n al mrt ;.eat
on other two side1 Oter tsie shmll *C R
adow two4hlrds brta "face aand aow W -
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Arrive&
Augsot Belmont, Br Barnes,
3t7,.Tamploo to Gulf Tranit Co.
V 1MKLS IN PORT.
eamshipe.
Blakemoir, Br s, Bruhn, 240,
Spezis to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Cartha, Br as, Johnson, 541, Ha1
vans to Export Lumber Co.
Homewood, Br ss, Jorgensen. 1263
Pomaron to oroer.
Queenswood, Br ss, Neville, 1694,
Philadelphia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Telesfora, Span as Bengoa, 291.,
Liverpool to PiesaaoJa Lumber Co.
Vtzeaina, Br as, McArthur, 1408,
Norfolk to F. O. Howe & Co.
Bar,..
Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.en, 771, Loo-.
don to order.
Magellan, Nor bk, Moller. 1148, Rio1
Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
Co.
Thoma. Ital bk, Garro. 803. to 0. A
Calero.
onLooners.
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Boston to order.
14asel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
timore to master.
Nelson M. Atwood. Am sch, Watt. - .. ..; .-lmt
653, New York to order.IA r.
Agost Terriao Ital ship, Cn Works nd Supply C
nera. 1170, Liverpool to master. ron and. .
Maanufactrers and Repairers of
I SUSPECTS MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINoS ,MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 7
DISCHARGfiD STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY :
Prompt attitlmt given to all orders, day or night. Agpnr
for James McKay a Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dcg. .ij
By Asociated Press. Cha ofal ptons.PHIL WITMAN M
New York, Aug. .-Six members of fI Phone 12 PHIL WTTMAN, MgBr.
the crew of the steamer Seguranca i nge Pne 1029. P.0. Box 123.
and five of the crew of the El Sud, .il1tf!t~~
both from southern ports, who have ._.
been kept in quarantine to make sure
they were not ill with yellow fever, --------_-------- ?--.-
were released to-day. Two of theA -
Seguranca crew are still held, as they
are sick with malarial fever.
ACUTE OR CHRONIC. :"
Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man :
a clear head, an active brain, a strong,; 1'
vigorous body; makes tim fit for the C
battle of life.l Tonic


SAFE BLOWN

BY EXPERTS|

By Asociated Press.
New York, Aug. 1.-Money and Jew-
elry valued at $4,000 fell into the hands
of expert cracksmen who, yesterday,
blew open a safe in the cigar store and
billiard and pool parlor of Charles
Armbruster & Co., 1319 Third avenue.
The safe stood behind the cigar coun-'
ter within ten feet of the door, but no
one saw the burglars at work. They,'
escaped without leaving a clew. Cov-.
ers from the pool and billiard tables
had been wrapped around the safe and
prevented any one in the neighborhood
from hearing the explosion.
- No such thing as "summer com-
plaint" where Dr. Fowler's Extract ot
Wild Strawberry is kept handy. Na
ture's remedy for every looseness of
the bowels.
KEEN OF EAR.
Bews Have a Finer Sense of Hearla
Tan Tom Ia--ine.


"Hogs have a much keener sense of
bearing than most people seem to
think." said a man from the country.
"They can see well and at a considera-
ble distance, but the nose and eyes of
the hog must give first place to the
ears.
"This is so, no doubt, because hear-
ing is probably the most useful of the
senses in the hog life, particularly at
that season of the year when the bog In
the wild state must rely upon the fruit-
age of trees In the main for food. Even
with this advantage it is frequently a
fierce race to see which hog can get
there first It would be interesting to
know just how far a bog can hear an
acorn fall. It Is remarkable how quick-
ly they become cognizant of the fact
that an acorn has been blown from its
outer shell and tumbled toward the
ground, and he seems to catch the
sound quicker when be knows a com-
petitor is near who will run him a
race for the nut. I have witnessed some
fierce and interesting races between
bogs with an acorn as the stake.
"Put a hog withlq twenty yards of an
3ak and in nine cases out of ten be will
beat the acorn to the place. In nine
cases out of ten the hog will be within
a few feet of where the acorn strikes
the ground, another fact which argues
the superiority of the hog's hearing
He can apparently tell pretty well by
the sound where the acorn will fall,
and he will rarely miss it pre than a
few feet."-New Orleans Times-Demo.
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A Blfte DlposItten.
Pat Do yes ever git dispondint,
Molke? Mike-Only whin Oi'm feeling
"blue?' 0i always feel good as long
a Oi'm fea Eoine, be gobs!-Puck.


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CURES TEETHING, DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, DYSENTERY,
FLUX ANO ALL BOWEL DISORDERS.
SOLO AT WHITE'S PHARMACY.
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O on Jewelry,Diod
I*: *. Watches, and valuables
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Unredeemed pledges always for sale at bargain prices.
Choice Line Cut Glaas.
sedWatches and clocks repaired and work delivered when prom
ised.
We have a safty vault especially constructed for our business'
in which to keep all valuables.
Office, 106 E. Wright, in Briggs ouse.
Phone 1127.


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