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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 3, 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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Latest Telegraphic News Servkf a and Ic-Faiished by The Aolatd
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\ii UKLI) UIVULDKKAI ES F UWER


OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE


pce EnySqs ersesk DNot Caricature Sketch of


IndiciMe waiss the

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HOPING FOR PEACE


Lzar's GovemeMt Was Iht Per.
pared f War.

MAC WPA. BEEN ON RUSSIAN
;V::C!ER JAPAN WOULD HAVE
BEE t EATEN IN A FEW
Fr:.., H S-WITTE EXPLICITLY
DZCNES PREDICTING FAILURE
CF PEACE CONFERENCE.

By Associated Pre.
S Aug. 2.-The steamer
S\\ :r .;i der Grosse arrived at
S..- afternoon having on
S ;-.;- Witte, senior Russian
S During the passage
... -:%inoth, M. Witte was reti-
n:. !:: object of his mission


J. M. Barrie, the Author


n... but to the Associated
p:.ondent, who accompani-
:1u Cherbourg he said:
everywhere Russia, her
.-,urceb and powers of re-
;; ( unknown. The people
ih.n about the results of the
; .t-an reverses do not indi-
.he has lost the power she
*: t the war. The Japanese
paring for a war for ten J
ie Russia was taken unpre-
ing for peace.
.:nese fought under favor-
ions nearer home, while
S er forces nine thousand
Road unable to handle
S "y. Th'Be lRnonee-ans
S.;.rior condition on
(. of the Japanese
S- .:he conditions; Mr. Barrie, who recently celebrated
!: 1 :'!- war been of the richest authors and'playrights.
S-,. ":tier the
S ': .. able to
..-, ;i. a few I;I III IIIm lml I


i(,.-a .s p)wcph!- cnr.iidc- :he war
... a!d i' r ar. i important
. .:.. (i:ff,,T.'r > .. tr ') ri -en in the
S. *r i -pu f *h! iRInm ." j
SW'.. -a : w w:)rk for a'
,:i ,: i!, wa: anli the conclu-
'* "ar Lu: i,,ace i- not indis-
S ", ::-ssia an: she would
ac< 'p c' ':,ril offensive to
,i: : p|:Mprf


Witte Makes Denial.
-''' V!i\. : '.- reius itt(e.
.1:: ;,.j-sst p~lut pot ~n: iary. on
- ;..~'s h~ afsj~rn:, jn (11-
ri-. wort intftO,:-
U i i a'- A:it. p-a.-1: V. lx.!f~
htf ;i!-4~d, ed The coufvrencoc
c.::kaI lip wi, i a r a .


INUUIHINI INIU


BENNINGTON


DISASTER


it


his forty-fifth birthday, is now one




.ONGSHOREMEN


RIOTING IN


SAN JUAN


Court Wil Prbab Find that Ac- City Under Mob Control for Two


cidet Was hDe to Defet-
ie Boiler.


Hours as Result of Strike
for More Pay.


Envoy in Perfect Health.
SaEnv in ,::.,p Ka:..r Vi1 By Asociated Pres. By Associated Press.
S o(; vSa \V'- .;ei- T.a- San Francisco, Aug. 2.-A special San Juan, Porto Rico, Aug. 2.-As an
.a ion a: S:a-~con.:. .Ma--.. dispatch to the Call from San Diego,utcome of the longshoremen's strike
\:!%-r a gog,l ',J.i ,ac across (Ca.. ays. of w os
:.:. Sorpus \:,. Ru.u From an official source, the rella-ifor an Increase of wages to 25 cents
w IPace confer, n(. wiih: biiity of which cannot be questionedan hour, which has been in progress
rprtse(Cuta'v,. at Port s-: because of the connection with the for a month, tl.e greater portion of
SH.. is in p-rmoi:e health. court itself, it has just become knownlSan Juan -was under th control of a
!:i' a;plrioa hinu arrival what in substance will be the report
-.. Mr. \l'i said: of the court of inquiry now investigat-mob between 7 n 9 ococ t
s :, vi America. which ing the Bennington disaster. It may night. The mob, in which there were
S o:,.: anx;ius to know. be stated authoritatively that the about a thousand armed persons, dug
.-*. i- that I cannot speak court will find that boiler B of the up paving blocks and stones and with
-1' 1 ulid hlike thoroughly Bennlngton exploded not because of these and other missiles, rushed
*> ,t ry. who.c prog- unusually high pressure ut becausethoh the street fighting the poece,
i. -,:0,;1mpnt are so interesT- the metal of the crown sheet and the ... .. wer. armed ,trl a _e.
I shall also be bolt holding that n sheet iwho were armed ith rifles and fired
p.. ;tso al intercourse with place had become dead, had lost all scores of shots, but mostly in the air,
is,,vetl.l who has reached life and nearly all the inside strength One person was killed and there are
S.tnc-n position au a states- by reason of constant use and theforty injured in the hospitals, three
:,reent to him the greet- failure to renew the weakened place four of mayie.cl
tL .I;-or Nicholas. It has during the twenty years the ill-fated or four of whom may die. At 8 o'lock
Ihat I am to test the Bennington was in service. The court while -he main police force was en-
la 'ing a Russian loan in will not censure the oiacers of the gaged with the rioters, another mob,
to, discuss the relations Bennington, but will pass up the mat- mainly composed of young men and
w countries. especially ter and the responsibility to higherboys threw stones at the arc light
uiecrcial affair. My only authority. I
negotiationn for .peace in the main streets, with the result
read to express my ENGINEERS VISIT that nearly the entire city was in total
.o on questions affect- MAMMOTH CAVE.'darkness all night. At 9 o'clock the
-",!s he:ween Russia and Louiville. Ky.. Aug 2 -There was ob sought refuge in a dbreputable
"" view to further no session of the convention t'dtrict which there was pole.
Traditional friendly tionary engineers to-day. the dela6This district, however, was a polene.
vrn S. Petersburg and to the national convention anlsng a ed by police and mounted squads p-
p to Mammot Cave. troled the city for the remainder af,


NEW ORLE



AUTHORITIES



FEELNOA IM


Sligbt Increase in umber of
Deaths fm Feer Was to
Be Expected.


DOCTORS HOPEFUL


Too Early for Visible Resalts from
Scientific War.

ELEVEN DEATHS AND THIRTY-
TWO NEW CASES REPORTED
YESTERDAY-ALL STILL TRACE-
ABLE TO ORIGINAL POINTS OF
INFECTION.


By Associated Pres.

4 New Orleans, Aug. 2.-The e
4 record up to six o'clock to-night *
is as follows: "
New cases 32. total cases to 4
4 date 378. %
i Deaths 11, total deaths to %
4 data 79. 4
4 New substitute foot 4. total *
4 substitute foci 54.
Of the deaths four were in
Z'- the Emergency hospital four in -
4 the original districtsiand three -
4 in the charity hospital. *


HEALTH AUTHORITIES
CONFESS NO ALARM.
New Orlens. Aug. .-- ~t ayi re-
ports of the fever situation showed
again an increase in the number of
deaths but the health authorities con-
fessed no alarm over the situation,
and said that more fatalities were to
be looked for from the fact that in
the past three or four days there had
been a sufficieat increase in the num-
ber of new cases to warrant the ex-
pectation of heavier mortality.
High temperatures succeeded by
heavy precipitation and cooler weather
produced climatic conditions also fav-
orable to fatalities.
Practically all the deaths were Ital-
ians and nearly all were either in the
emergency hosIital or in the district
adjacent thereto. Some of the vic-
tims were unfortunates whose cases
had only been reported in the past
two days, indicating that they were
practically in a moribund condition
when the illne;:s was discovered.
There is no dissent among the au-
thoritie.s, from the view expressed by
Health Officer Kohnke that conditions
are hopeful. There is a certain geo-
metrical progression to be considered
in the appearance of both new cases
and deaths and for some time to come
visible results of the scientific cam-
paign being waged will be few. In the
meantime there is and will be no e-
laxation of the energy with which the
battle s being fought.
Brunswick Quarantines.
Brunswick, Ga.. Aug. 2.-At a special
meeting of the local board of health to-
day it was decided to put on a rigId
quarantine against all infected anil
suspected points, as well as against all
southerD points, including Savannah.
Quarant;ne at Norfolk.
Norfolk, Aug 2.-Quarantine against


SOUTHERN STA T

GETTING HOS


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BASEBALL

Asoist 2
By A*OC*ated PrA-


Southern League.
Atlanta 6, Shreveport 0.
Naahville 5, Little Rock 4.
Montgomery 2, Memphis 0.
Birmingham 9, New Orleans 0.
South Atlantic League.
Augusta 2, Jacksonville 5, (First
Game.)
Augusta 1, Jacksonville 3, (Second
Game.)
Macon 5, Charleston 4.
Columbia 4, Savannah 6, (First
Game.)
Columbia 6, Savannah 2, (Second
Game.)


American League.
Washington 2 Detroit 1.
Philadelphia 4 Chicago 3.
New York 4. Cleveland 3.
Boston 4, St, Louis 2, (First Game.)
Boston 4, S3. Louis 3, (Second
Game.)
National League.
Chicago 3. Boston 4.
COncirnati 8, Brooklyn 7, (Thirteen
innings )
St Louts 2. Philadelphia 4.
Ptttsburg 1. New York 3.

BIG TELEPHONE

COMPANY SOLD


By Asoclated Pres.
Austin, Tex., Aug. Z.-The Commer
cial Telup j oe Company of Texas was
soldefe to-dar at public auction for
-$10,000, being bought in by a com-
mittee representing the bondholders,
most of whom are located in Ken-
tucky, Ohio and Indiana. The sale
was the result of a suit brought by
the stockholders to secure interest on
$400,000 worth of bonds which was
defaulted.
It is announced that the company
under the new organtgaliotn will p O'
ceed at once to enlarge and newly
equip the company's property so as
to cover Texas. Iluasiana, Arkansas
and the Indian Territory.

PROFESSOR SENT

TO WORKHOUSE

By Associated Pres.
New York, Aug. 2.-Charles Rouxel,
who said he had been a professor of
belles letters in a South American uni-
versity, and evidently a man of re-
finement and culture, was sent to the
workhouse for a month yesterday.
Rouxel was picked up as a vagrant by
a policeman in Madison Square Park.
Stranded in Honduras, after tour-
ing the world subsequent to complet-
ing his education In Paris, the pris-
oner told Magistrate Cornell that he
became third keeper of the treasury
in the South American state. Later
he was appointed to be chief of math.
matics of the university. A change
in the administration caused him to
flee the countre- and since that time
he had been able to gain only a pre-
carious livelihood.

all vessels from southern ports is being
rigidly enforced by local and state
quarantine with quarantine officers at
the Virginia capes and at Hampton
Roads. Every vessel entering the
capes is being held for examination by
the United States Marine Hospital au-
thorities.
Columbus, Ga., Quarantine.
Columbus, Ga., Aug. 2.-The city
council this afternoon quarantined
against the state of Louisiana. The
quarantine affects no other points.


Child Fatally Injured By

Automobile in Brooklyn

By Associated Press. brakes and th? motor stopped after
New York, Aug. 2.-A 6-yearo!d one wheel had passed over the body of
girl wa. run down and probably fatal- the hld.B n d fo the
b machine and hastened to a telephone,
ly hurt last n'-ht in Brooklyn by a where he called for an ambulance.
large automobile. A mob attacked the Upon his return to the automobile, he
i-haueffeur, Neils Brolin, who was found a threatening crowd surround-
.:a-ed from serious injury by a olitce- ing two friends whom he had in the


Mississippi and Loisiana May
Clash at Arms Over
Quarantine.

ARMED VESSELS ARE ORDERED
IN SERVICE BY GOVERNOR
BLANCHARD-VARDAMAN WILL
INSIST UPON RIGID QUARAN-
TINE-TROOPS ORDERED OUT.


OPERATORS


ON STRIKE


Over Two Thousand Men Out m
Northern Pacific and Great
Northem. -


MAY BE LONG FIGHT


By Associated Press.
New Orleans, Aug. 2.-Impending
hostilities between the state of Louius Emplom i n
iana and Mississippi over the alleged IplOy8S Caim 1 wer to T Ur
invasion of Governor Vardaman's quar-
antine mosquito fleet and armed Money-Making End.
guards stationed at Pearl river, are
not improved by the statement given
out by Governor Vardaman to-day after "BURLINGTON FLYER" TIED UP
his return from the coast, where he
went to investigate the situation. EAST OF BUTTE, MONT.-TRIK8
Governor Blanchard has ordered Cap.
tain Bostock, of the Naval Brigade, to ORDER GENERALLY OBEYED,
impress a fleet of patrol boats of the ALL OUT N THE WESTERN Di
Oyster Commission into service, arm WESTERN D
them and patrol; the waters now in VISIONS.
possession of the Mississippi boats.
One of these boats has already been
dispatched to Rigolets, a neck of water B
connecting Lake Ponchatrain with Lake By Asociate Pres.
Borgne, and late to-night or to-morrow St. Paul, Aug. 2.-The strike of the
morning a launch armed with Colt telegraph operators on the Northern
rapid fire guns from the naval brigade -acinc and Great Northern Railway
commanded by an officer and crew YS to-day s d io
frcm the brigade will leave for the systems to-lay settled into wha
scene. promises to be a long drawn out con.
test between the two largest railroads
GOVERNOR VARDAMMAN .n the world and a combination of em-
MAKESA STATEMENTployee who claim to have the power
Jackson, Miss., Aug. 2.-Governorlto tie up the money-making ends of
Vardaman, when asked fw a statement these two railroads. It is stated that
tonight regarding the reported invas- 950 men are out on the Great NorthI
ion of Louisiana soil by Mississippi ern and 1,100 out on the Northern Pa-
troops doing quarantine duty on the cific.
Gulf, and the complaint received fronr
Governor Blanchard to this flect, de- General Manager Slade, of the Great
lared the whole affair mtph ado about Northern said to-day that trains on his
nothing and attached' very little signifl- system had come in on time and that
chance to rumors of impending conflict
between the two states. Ino great inconvenience had been felt.
"All this talk reminds me of some The general managerof the Northrir
of'LWe scenes portrayed by Cervantes Pacific said the same.
in his famous romance, 'Don Quioxite,' For the past year the railroads have
said Governor Vardaman. "I repeatbeennstalling telephone systems for
that I shall not permit the rights of been inta telephone systems for
Louisiana to be violated by the Mis- just such an emergency and by this
sisslpp; quarantine and I want to em- means trains are being run with comn
phasize the fact that I shall not permit parative satisfaction.
the people of Louisiana to violate the
quarantine regulations of the state of .
Mississippi. Flyer is Tied Up.
"It is my purpose tn increase the Butte, Mont., Aug. 2.-Train No. 6,
force oi guards and double their vigil- known as the Burlington flyer, and
ance. If the fever gets into Missis- running over the Northern Pacific
slppi Madame Stegomyia will have to tracks west of Billings, is reported to
fly higL." be tied up at a point about twenty-


SUICIDE LETTER

ONLY A BLIND

By Associated Press.
Seattle. Wash., Aug. 2.-Victor von
Tausk, formerly a young officer in
the English army, has written a let-
ter to Mrs. E. L. Busch, of this city,
stating that he intended killing him-
self yesterday in some unknown spot,
because some time ago he drew the
"black ball" in a suicide compact with
a German army officer. Mrs. Busch
is not in the city, that her husband
and others -who knew the young sol-
dier do not believe he committed sui-
cide, but wrote the letter as a blind,
so as to cover his sudden disappear-
ance from Menominee, Mich., where
he was employed in the office of the
Menominee Electrical Manufacturing
Company.

WILL RETURN TO

THE PHILIPPINES

By Associated Press.
Boston, Aug. 2.-fMlajor General
Leonard Wood. U. S. A., who returned
from the command in the Philippines
a few weeks age for a slight operation
on the head said to-day that he ex-
pected to resume his duties in the Far
East in about a month.


five' miles east of Butte, as a result
of the telegraphers' strike last night.
The no-th coast limited ran from 3il-
vcrbow to Butte without a clearance
order, but proceeded very slowly and
reached here fifteen minutes late.
Twelve operators walked out in this
city when the order went into effect
shortly after 11 o'clock last night.

Strike Order Obeyed.
Helena, Moit., Aug. 2.-Dispatches
from Montan.a p<(nts indicate that
the strike order was generally obeyed
by the telegraphers on the Northera
Pacific and Great Northern. In this
city, which is a relay office, sixteen
operators, including two wire chief
and two operators in the yard,'quit
upon receiving the signal from Presie
dent Perham.
All operators on the Montana Cen-
tral, except dispatchers, about fifty
altogether, went out. At Missoula the
entire Northern Pacific staff, except
two men, quit work. Train No. 1 was
brought Into Missoula by hand-car sig
nals. The entire Rooky Mountain di-
vision of the Northern Padfic is re
ported to be tied up by the strike.
All Operators Out.
Spokane. Wash., Aug. 2.-On the
Spokane division of the Great North*
ern and the Idaho division of the Nor-
thern Pacific a'l the operators exceap
the dispatchers are out The men
claim the walkout is absolutely yps
feet, only excepting one mn at fat el
on the Northern Pacific, and datmatb
very man on the Great Nbrthern.


Body of Watchman Found

In River at New Orleans


the night. At midnight the police, who; -an. machine. Women with clubs struck
^ ,M"n y t^vMO~l numbered only one hundred, had the The child was at play in the street at him and men threw stones until the
00 M en M ay be Involved situation under control. Reinforce- and did not see the automobile ap- policeman arrived.
ments are expected to-day. broaching. Brolin tried to stop the The mother took the insensible body
f ridge W workers Strike The rioting was preceded by lSter- machine when he saw the child was in her arms and refusing to let the
if r W Orkers S i kaC mttent disturbances, which, however, bewildered and hesitated in which di- ambulance doctors touch her carried
were not serious. reaction to fly. He threw on all of his the child half a mile to the hospital.
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S Ass ociated0 o Pre. I] DIternCatonail A soI CWAI.o L ILr
A g. 2.-In all prob- and Structural Iron Workers, arrived
be. says the World in the city yesterday, and will makd
.a; strike against the hi headquarters here during the con-
i,-: .- Company. Should trovers.
i. ei more than 50.000 "It is very probable," he aid, "that
,,'v-rtd a strike wiH take place. I can do
i- ribute the trouble nothing for a day or two. acept to
,-nilk)vmeM of moa-i wait for deveiupmeata. hould the
i:.e Boston Bridge Com-,strike be orderd it wl have the as-|
--- ja n of thee a- mama1
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By Asociated Press.
New Orleans, Aug. 2.--Brly to-day
the body of Ignatius Fletzinger, a
night watchman employed by the Boy-
Ian Agency, detailed on duty at the
Alcus box factory, at Water and Na.
poleon avenues, was found floating in
the river bearing waunds that potat-
ed to one of the most cold-blooded
atrocities ever recorded in lth corm-
munity .Robbery was the motive of
Lhe crime, ad was evdently coqmaMt-l
led by two or more men. One of the
asssin s ued a heavy oak tiek ad
struck the watcbmna a blo din the
head, fracturing utfe.rl. -'b.teohr-
ased a rass or o w'hao er -b2a-<

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was nearly severed by it. The onL
clew left by the assassins was tfi
bloody tick with which the crime wag
committed. A pool of blood in t&.
factory showed where the crime wa
committed. The body was placed ao
a truck and wheeled to the river abeah
100 feet away, and then thrown dowM
a vault into the murky waters below.
Fletzager Is said to have had aboo
$50 on his person before leaving bol
The money anl pocketbook wee mia
lag; also a cheap watch -aMd cha.
A reward of $350 has been offer
b) the Aicnu Box O( any, and a
ad t 1 a0 b a been t offered by .
2Boyh Agmey, for ay IoarmaS
leediss. to thi ap>ehaag 11,1
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Where the Danser Liee.
To the careful and sincere student of
the miltaary paradox which has ugh ot cede in sie to Tashkent. It con-
the Island Empire and the two Russis tains 6.000 people. Among the cities of
face to face In that far-ditnterr tor, Central Asia and Khorassas. Herat, by
of the Upper India Plateau. there s a ts buildings occupies a place next tc
certain loeasure In mov fr the long Meshed. The city is surrounded by wall-
series of military move first on the 12 feet high. with a shallow ditch out-
part ofRussia and again n the part of side. There are no outer dfenses of
the British Empre by which each 'a- any kind; -nothing that would call tV
tion has gradually cept uP-England mind the fortifncations of a Europea
from the south ad Russia from the city. In Its present condition Herat
north towards the key of India. which not in a position to defend Itsell
both nations realism s the picturesque against a European army, since at
Mohammedan town of Berat But whle mile to the north it Is commanded by
lerat is undoubtedly the military key to heights, from which it would be bom-
the North Indian situation, neither has herded by artillery. It Is reckoned tc
as yet attempted to bodily occupy It possess strategical Importance, how-
To the stalent of tIdde history It is an ever, of the highest rank.
open secret that the present Russian- The excellent map given here Illus-
Japanese conflict was ventured by the treating the physical conditions .nd the
Japs only after the British Empiro had danger point between Great Britain and
formally declared the dual alliance, Russia. shows at a glance that since
which was virtually a notification that 1.92 Russia has gradually crept through
the Jans were to be allowed to attack the Afghan ansses until she has
the Czar In his weakest point. The key achieved a point where an army of
to the whole situation was that Japan Cossacks could Inside of two days. or.
was to have international freedom from in fact. within X hours, occupy Quetta.
Interference unless the nation Interfer- reach the Indus River and dominate
ng with the Japanese assault upon the entire Northwestern Provinces of
Russia wa prepared to go to war with India. the jewel of the ritish crown.
the greatest naval vwer on the globe What the War Maps Show.
For over 15 year Japan had been
pointing out to the conservative oflctls In the foreground of the view is Brlt-
on Downing street the fact that this at- Ish India. extending northward toward
tack upon the Czar was the essential the great mountain chain which sepa-
thin, and nevertheless Lord Salisbury rates it from Asiatic Russia. Nowhere
could not be persuaded to openly Join In do the outposts of the two nations nctu-
a defensive alliance with a purely ally touch one another, but at the ne-ar-
Orietal rac. eat point are separated by the towering
heights and deep gorges of the Hindu
Why EBl land Join-d Japan. Kush. a narrow wedge of Afghan ter-
The British domtnancy over the E gyp
tin over the moat dv1lhsed of all orlen-
tals, the Hindoos, made it diicult for
the British diplomats to join as an equal
an oriental people, which cannot be con
tldered superior, morally or racially to
every one of a dosen nations held in ,
the rasp of Britain, and ruled by depu- .r1 ,
es o Britain. The whole key. then, to
the present Russian-Japanese in spring '
as It did, from the Brilish Alliance with
Japan arose from an expedition, whi h'
while made light of by the diplomats at -U ,
St. Petersburg. absorbed Perals int e the -
Russian sphere of Influence, and ma st
important of al. brought the farthest
oatost ofRaussan Coascks to within
a days ride of Herat, the key to the 'a *
northern gater of India. ow. this ex-
sdltion, which resulted In so frighten-
tr England that for the first time in
history a European power as jotind on

ual terms with an Asiatic one. was
fparently peaceful enough. Yet with
a Russitanrailroad actually built and an
operation to wthi 40 miles of Herat the
Cmar has actually beaten England in the
stabboran tet tor the control of the
northern frontier of India, Only an asd
mutt upon ome far distant frontier ot -
th Car, causing an enormous expendl-
teM and the trouble to transport the '
scattered forces of Russia to the point
of attack could save the British poes- I
aons in India. Although the British .
diplomats will till vehemently deny the .
Rauan menace against the Brsh poe-
esaaions t India, the actual onfessed
facts and the actual military occpay
aloag the entire Indian frtr shows
dearly to the trained mintary student
the fact that until the Japs ad Wmashed
tuft ne-half of the Cars ships and
had dragged to the f rthbt est the
lower of the Carse army that Russia
had assured a portion whhI na mles
f actual Brits territory tn Indat that
would have enabled the C~r' geasaea
within three days to have occupied all
the Important pots t Northern India. s s4
and to have an assured occupancy ot
that territory, which would have r-o
atred almost superhuman exertotan on p4t01- the Ctrl r.o
th part of the Bretish to eruas hbac df as lh4
What Rnssia Watedl at n t.
T2h ERmams tbemelv have mIela si
erogbhly the strength of their pol-
threat against the solidarity of the
atti sh norm of IEmber. oand Its treonet
Brtts.h Indlia E rMe ll leang Se-fe rltory. British forts guard the pass
ts tr back as urged th ilitar at Glt in the native states of Kash-
esauationts fteat He as Ae mu" ai d Chtr Drosh and thU Shut
at Eanopsa tUooC P esettlh at t. are Astuaterd on the Chitral ron-
a standing wit at ernst to te Ch t
dat. would draw unt tt tha t toa ti On the other side of the Oxus Is
sa the whol olatiof Iadtri Trkesta a part of AiatIc Russia, the
ot0o ert; an it Is bor trtorions, which intervene. being
out reason thu a number of oawsah Ood ark. Within I mllea oa the
perta know India wall, haves a ma- frotier ha now come the railhead of
d ther that were ane ia tothe T shkent-Oenburg m ytem, whl
SBerat with a powerft asnee ws l outlo be Joined up with the
Army without havtK al a excsng SaMkmarhd-Bohara line to
I ee w oulod r n iself azhea-.' thea Cpalan. Between this railway and
Be wa then c~f of tsh Ao the Ub r _frntler howerW, Is some
branch e the gnes al E nd E ms a"t 6=t1.. which furher e
deed a I estraol ever te Ruasia o. the wes tlher is
tittary advaane I trl A the sh wg south from Merv
gsautiyhwams appointed m f tm i eroSf'hi bt th itkb
wa i. Cm in. where he iasdJ bus nu asdl his taWtKOS to be ui-

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eluded in the following table:
Allle.
St. Petersburg to Orenburg .......... 1.20
Orenburg to Tashkent............... 1174
Krasnovodsk (on Caspian Sea to
Afghan frontier).................... 75'
Krasnovodsk to Merv ...............0.
Merv to Andijan....................... l
Tashkent to Chitral frontier as
crow flies............................ 4
St. Petersburg to Chitral frontier.. .i74
Kitehener's Plan for India.
Put while Great Britain has tempo-
rarily forced the Benr's paw into tlhe
Japanese trap. where its claws have
been seriously Injured. the news that
Lord Kitchener has on foot a new
scheme for his army in India shows the
real weakness of the British Ipom-s-
sions In the empire's greatest colony.
It cannot be disputed that the hnss of
India would mean the entire with-
drawal of Great Britain from Asia. In
fact. India lost by Great Britain iaul in
the hands of Rtusia would mean the
beginning of the disintegration of the
Island Empire.
Lord Kitchener's latest scheme,
roughly speaking. groups the units in
the formanton in which they ran best
train In pence for fighting together in
war. The conditions of the country. It
Is pointed out, owing to the spread of
railways and telegraphs, have vastly
changed since the mutiny, when the
present location of troops wits arranged i
The post of lieutenant general of the I
Madras army has been abolished. The


to the other, a distance of nearly 1.200
miles. The Moscow Gazette emphnas ze
the importance of this new railway. In
the case of a conflict with En:;iand It
will permit of n number of troops being
thrown on the Afghan frontier.
Wars IW Which IHerat Plar"ed.
A glance at the record of the past will
show that from time immemorial He-at
was regarded as an outlying bulwark.
the possession of which was necessary
prior to ntte-mpting the conouest of
ndia. the hold ng of which by India or
by quasi-vassal powers dependent on
India Would render impossible an Inva-
sion of thnt country. It was so consid-
ered by Alexander the Great. by Mah-
mud ard his successors. by Chengirz
Ki-an. br Timur. by N'dir Shah. by
Ahmad Shnh and by Muhammad Shah,
the Persian prince who ntt;'ki.:ed It In
1,7. In the cases of all but the last the
pss-,4.ssion of Herat led to the conquest
of India; in the case of the last the
tuc crssful defense of that city rendered
invasion impossible.
Another fact Illustrates the enormous
value of Herat. Place an army there
and nothlpg need he brought to it from
Europe. Within tie limits of the HIerati
tcrritiry all the great roads leading on
India converge The mints of ihe Herattl
d;strlct supply lead. Iron and sulphur;
the surface of many parts of the coun-
try Is laden with alitp,-ter; the willow
and the poplar, which makes the best
chitrr'oil. abound. tihe fields produce in
abundance corn and wine and oil.
From the population. attracted to its


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new rulers by good government, splen-
did soldiers might be obtained.
Such are the military advantages pre-
sented by Herat to the power that oc-
cupies It. an eye to see and an arm to
strike; and an eye to pry into every
native court of IIndustan. to watch
the discontents and the broodlngs of
the rulers, the heart-burnings of their
subordinates. From watching and not-
ing to fermenting and stirring up there
is hut one short step. Every court.
every bazar in India, knows the pres-
ence on the frontier. In a position not
only unassa.ii;ab*, but becoming every
day more and more capable of assail-
ing, of a first-clnss power, the secret
enemy of England. and professing the
most unselfish anxiety to relieve them
In their distress. An arm to strike be-
cause a few years of Intelligent rule
would render the Valley of the Harn
Rudi capable of supporting and equip-
ping an army strong enough even to
nvade India.
The possession of Herat by an enemy
is not less dangerous to England. The
roads convey r bing on it. already alluded
to. are traversed by caravans to which
noo *-tlher route is available. It is cer-
tain that the city which Fsuces.sfully re-
sisted the rivalry of Meshed. when
Meshltd was backed by all the Influence
of the Shahs of Persia. will take a still
SlIgher position when supported by the
night of either E:ngland or Russia. The
Europ,.an power whose influence sh.ill
be paramount In HIerat will rule the
markets of Central Asia. More even than


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that The possession of Herat by Rus-
sia means the exclusion of England
from the markets of Central Asia.
The city stands on the right bank of
the Hari Rud, rrom which water Is
brought by several channels. It is
built In tie-iforn of a rectangle, the
north and south fares being about 1.500
and the east and west Iaces 1.600 yards
in length. Enclosing the city is an Im-
mense earthwork about 50 feet high. sur-
mounted by a wall ranging from 25 to
20 feet, with a deep moat. which can be
easily flooded from the Harl Rud.
The citadel Is situated In the center of
the eity, and Is also surrounded by a
moat. There are ive gates, of which
one, however. is closed up. and each is
flanked by two bastions. The dty is
bridged at each of the four gates by a
wooden drawbridge, which is raised
and lowered by mechanical appllanoes
worked : om inside of the walls. Each
face of the four walls is furnished with
from 25 to 10 bastions. On the exterior
slope of the embankment, supporting
the waUs. are two lines of shelter
trenches, one above the other, carried
all around the city. except where the
gates are.
Thus n case of actual war between
England and Russia. it Is evident that
the true area of hostilities will be right
In this ancient territory, which is so
carefully covered In this article.
On the water England would at once
sink every Russian war craft. On the
other hand. Russia would just as cer-
tainly pour hundreds of thousands of


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a _d tfll owa- to the en:'-
which bad the & oUNL of t.e ., *
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EGYPT TO INCREASE

WATER SUPPLY.

por sometime the ':b* r nr tu* .
visabfllty of ratlshn t.e ex' -,- ~.
itse dam at Assounn. In ot.,r I i 1,1
up a larger supply of wat+r r [ ,.
Egypt, has been under cor : ;-
has now been defnltely de' t n -I.j
out the project of ratsing t'F .- -.
cordance with the expert nad;rs of s
William WIUcocks. supp, r* I y
opinion of Sir William r. -* ir '
proposed to raise the height .f *(.,e -
by 19 feet 6 Inches. whirh winl ,
the Jrrigation Department to retan .
hind the barrage an additloal : '.
S000.000 eub meters of water, wt: .
I present flows unuttlized Ino tFe i,-t.
terranean. It ts stated that .. a~.n-
of water held back behind t-.. ; in 'I
add another 500.000 acres to the sg.
Egypt which Is classed under the *ei!.
Ing of perennially Irrtgated. Tte cnt
of the work s computed at abcit two
and a half million dollars. and o-,v.
tlon are to begin next spritr. T?.
operation will extend until l7. Te
cost of the work will be defrayed o0
of the public debt surplus.
The raising of the dam wt n i
further submerge the Phtlae timp~
which have been strengthened with rn.
ble masonary and steel girders in ora
to stand the periodic submersion. Tl
engineers are cheerfully optlmlstl t: ly
point out that the high-level wa'er ;
the dam will contain hardly any of U
1)De mud, which is only brought dwa
at a certain time of the year. and t -
even g so far as to asert that P '
will rise refreshed every year .a
Aphrodit from the sea. apparently rert*
Ing the five months' submersin as I
kind of gigantic spring-cleanir,1r. 1
freshed or not. however, there will b *
one to ee it rise, dance it is pr-c.
from December to ApIII that AsAsobnr"
visited by ropeaaa and in te h*lt
of the summer whbe the island r
partly emerge the climate puts say a'
Intention out of the a lon.
The necel ty SAe the Aseqt:. !
must be fily admlttet. No c,:.ntry '
be called into b eel progr-~ : i
turn itself lato a msenum of :inu i;'
for the benet ed the traw!r.g w "w
But at the same time Philla has gt
been preserved. t hab been dlestroy-:
all but the actual dismemrbermerr: "*
buldMnl -an Inevitable sacrtice !n ;'*.
of the fact that the templ"s yr r:
stand for centuries and succe-s.e rT
orations may stll come to gaze on
ghost of the lmot beautitfl Uces* a

In addition t this plan for r'w"t C'"
Assouan dam. n ir Wllam AMilUcock 'J
also proposed another sc" e V: t
would prorvid a addition l -. r--
for Nle water known as th* F.y ,V
the now dry site of Lake Solr. onE
which the alleys of the Egvta:'r. *J
to sall I the days of E-P,' :*',s
greatness In th early d:.e* ea.
lake served as a reservoir fr .:
water, which at low Nile '
out Into the rtar when the r: ;"*i'
of the stream was low. Ii .- '* '
days great river fights .": t) .
taken place round the entr r -- t .
reservoir between the p9 i
and lower aay. The c r.:
reservoir by an antagon ',* ":' r "'"
force meant a period of f.,.l:ne r ..'
regions lower down the r -'. a .
stories of these ihts an,! ".'.
quent famines are very '" K
the periods of fat and lean yt.n "-
ed in the story of Joseph.
The six remain p:.lars of r .
thon peristyle at Ba lbek. l An
Syri. form onl a tfra ent of ft'*.
columns hih e graced B.--.z
Helop ola, the aty of the 'A -'.
Paul t Robatetoh wa o hag wr: '
Interesting account of the r.,.s '" C
havo been eomle'ela cleared f, r ,
by order of tbh 0erman E .'t
that Baalb -at have beer.
site of a worsU bt tb.. .' '/..
lng ruias which are o be !t'e 7 ''
eat date tiom the second '.; I.,
present era. The ruin to fo a' .
temipe structures onme lasrl .
other. In on e etben tern; t '
to be seem there great a inCtL' ',t ,
tone ljet int the we wan: .ws -,
attributed to vary much *:r
than the Ro~ma period. ,
The arrangement of the "' ,,b
to not at al regular, the I:' ,,


Rohrbade theta onm can ."- ,.
reasonable safet as the -
the un. It fairly well pra- *.y
north Ide of the ta er r : ..
deoeawted with pillar antd [ .;
rab ed at retulr Interrho .h ,. .
with an extremely rich ent,". '* o
the ptilars urromundin tie .r,'
now r ain standing. In -'".. f
connection of the temples wI, l *' .o e
ship of the sun It is Intyerbstir',
that the rtcehbt prt o the g
s displayed te ntran ''r
oS the eat side facn 'o .n.
"Trifthon Temple. The '* -
yard of th temple I now ri.r ; -
the interior t o outer w .:.s .
row of partly reetangalar. ra '*
5ieikt13tur reu At the .' ,
emrtyard os mounts to t.e f ',
Perityle. Jt Open to doof^ 1 ,
these long lhmes o pillars -. .
tne oero ed ree. or "rc.I.. ...
Called, for there arm searcel:y ::
to be seen of the walls .
buidldn. It is thought vr"-'. ..-
that the gant pillars did r ..,
cany erf h any real snm. ..
m7 c was an open sun t,'"=
out a roet; in faet. a lare ",:
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ill IMSNEWS of WEST FLORIDA lT lIsc lOI sclectdtrct m

INd" 1 M ERCHANTSbWelA ..ts _. .. o o, ..
yI- HiriLIUlIIIdi ISole Agents for the Celebrate! florida.
"expectedone tehe last of ek rNotice of application for pe

Aaam. Hi I COTFONDALE AI l ST. NDRjEWS mao h e
S. IVery little fodder and hay Is being *T Mere Peter Bellahas sfe wt
harvested in thi section on account ofsa
the uent showers. The tton cropambia County, Florida, his
Special to The Journal. a being greatly damaged by the Special to The Journal.
Cottondale Aug. 2.-Mr. C. Welch rains St. Andrews, Aug. 2.-After an ab- s o and t te;r
Sl went to Marianna on business today. Mr. J. L. Massey and son, Grey, left sence of two G.yonths, W. C. Pratt is at CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND of such election distrft may
phit i 1 Cin- Mr. Henry Land. one of the oldest yesterday for Compass Lake, where home again from Sanibal Island. where TERMS, cause, it any there be, at the m
they are putting in a water mill for he was employed in government work.
and most honorc cities of or sister sawing, grindig, planing, etc. The Dr. Cliffe party of Franklin, HIGH GRADE A AT LOW the Board to be held on T
City, Kynesville. died last Baturday, Mr. J. R. Shoemaker made a busi- Tenn., are enjoying their annual out- HIGH GRADE S AT erm should be granted
Sw wmer.- E SAY, after a lingering illness. We extend ness trip to Campbelltown yesterday. Ing and the Tarpon fishing in St. PR. IcMilCan Clerk of the Board of
Sympathy to the bereaved family. The -surveyors who are making a Andrews this week. The catches have CIUtter M iC HOUSO tv Commissioners, Bscambia C
LIGHT- W G*t r-f" Leon Dancer, steward of the United Mrs. Williams. of Marianna, is visit- fina survey for the new railroad will been unusually good. 114 8. Palax St Florida.
States monitor Amphitrite, last night ing her daughter, Mrs. Land. this reach Cottondale from Dothan this Mr. J. M. Conway is home from a 1
SHEAVY WEIGHo@, shot himself in room No. 23, in the week. week as they are now about twelve or short trip to Pensacola. Notice of application for per
for an weight ma Merchants hotel. The shooting occur- Mrs. J. W. H!ueon and children are teen miles ou this side of Dothan. Dr. W. B. Standtfer and. son, Guy, of LE L AET sell liqurswines and beer. Wh
for ay e ou weight odummer red about 9 o'clock, and considerable visiting in Canspbelltown and Grace- N'ow is the time to buy lote, lands, Blakeley, Ga., are among the visitors Joe Arbona has filed with
.ge vo agood Summer excitement prevailed about the hotel vltle this week. homes, etc., while they are cheap, here at present. Notice of application for permit to Board of County Commissione
$9.00 or $10.00.before the wounded man was taken Mr. Bart Hinson was called home to When the road is completed, natural- Little Mieses Barbara and Francis soll liquors, wines and beer Whereas, Escambia County, Florida, his
SONT WAIT to the police station. I Graceville last week on account of the ly, they will advance in price and Sheppard delightfully entertained N. Goldring has' filed with the cation for permit to sell Liquors,
The revolver used was a new one. serious illness of his sister, Jessie. but valua. quite a crowd of little folks on Thur. Board of County Commissioners for and Beer in Election District I
v may just have one Buit and had never been fred. Only one we are glad to know she is much ims We frequently have prospectors to day afternoon from half past three to TEcambia County Florida, their appli- of said County and.State; any
S zea o* -i can'tyt .have I her and this was fred. Mr. J R. Bowles left last night for will soon be built from DoUhan. grandparents, Lieutenant and Mrs. F. and Beer in Etlection District No. 13 cause, i any there be, at the m
.- ot fit, yo ca have it. Sory before 9 o'clock Dancer ap- Ctlebery, AJ. where he wll visit H. Sheppar. o said County and State; any cltien of the Board to be held on T
feared at the hotel and asked for hil daughter, Mrs. J. P. Mathews and After a pleasant stay of ten days of such election dlstrfct may show the 8th day of August, next, why
lodging, saying that he desired to go family. with friends. Mr. Chas. Gonzalez re- cause, if any there, be, at the meeting permit should not be granted
2 to his room at once. Probably fifteen The fruit season is about over in CHIPLEY turned to his home in Pensacola on of the Board to be held on Tuesday, McMillan, Clerk of the Board of
minutes elapsed wbeo he rang the call this vicinity. Friday's trip of the T arpon. the 8th day of August, next, why such ty Commissioners, Escambia C
S bell for ice water. The bell boy re- Misses Lulu and Kate Massey at. -Mr. W. H. Drummond is home for a permit should not be granted. A. M. Florida.
sNIpoded, but came back at a hurried tended the Baptist Mission Institute at few days. McMillan. Clerk of the Board of Coun-
gait and told Night Clerk Johnson Grand Ridge Sunday. Special to The Journal. Mrs. Harry Sheppard and two in- ty Commissioners, Escambia County, Notice of application for per
that the man in 23 had shot himself. Miss Lucy Shoemaker, the charming Ohipley, Aug. 2.-Mr. S. A. Cook teresting little daughters, Barbara and Florida. sell liquors wines and beer. Wh
Mr. Johnson with a number of oth- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shoe. and family left to-day for a month's Francis, after a two weeks' visit to The Lewis Bear Co. have fled
C. C. G dn. .a. Ar erW ers, rushed to the room, which was maker, is visiting in Graceville and outing at St. Andrews Bay. Lieut. and Mrs. F. H. Sheppard, re- Notice of application for permit to Board of County Oommisslone
on thf third floor, and upon opening Campbelltown this week. Capt. A. J. Gay is spending a few turned to Bohemia via Pensacola, on sell liquor, wines and beer. Whereas, EIscambia County, Florida, his
.H. I,, iI It 1,- the Odor found the young man lying Mr. Register. our popular naval days with his family on the bay. Friday's trip of the Tarpon. Joe Roth has filed with the cation for permit to sell IAquors,
upon the floor. Blood was coming stores man, while making a tour of the Mrs. H. B. Gaskins, who has been The Smith party who have occupied Board of County Commissioners for and Beer in Election District N
K. from his mouth and nose. and one of west last week had an encounter with spending a week with relatives here, the old Sanitarium building for some Escambia County, Florida, His appli of said County and State; any
K,, WHITE fthe attendants was immediately sent a street car in Memphis. Tenn., which returned, to-day to Blountatown, ac- weeks left for their homes in Marianna cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines of such election district may
aicd'akear,. M. a Clerk Johnson asked Dancer who Information is that he is doing well, but will visit her son, Hon. H. B. Gaskins. ,of said County and State; any citizen ofthe Brd tobeheldon Tu
had shot him. and received the reply will have to remain in Memphis for a Mr. EtHl Johnson and Mrs. Ada Graft in Chattanooga. of such election district may show the 8th day of August, next, wh
I; B Paiior Ett I that no one had, but that he had shot few weeks. Culpepper were quietly married here Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 2.-Acting cause. if any there be, at the meeting permit S should not be granted
himself. The wounded man was then Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Harrison have to-day by Rev. W. A. Bryant. The Mayor IDoughty this morning removed of the Board to be held on Tuesday. McMilldn, Clerk of the Board of
taken to the police station and from gone to Indian Territory in answer to happy couple left for their future Dr. J. S. Shoff. superintendent of the 8th day of August, next. why such ty Commissioners, scambia C
C 0}[@Y TO n there to the hospital. He was uncon- a telegram from Mrs. Harrison's me. home at Gordon, Ala. quarantine, and suspended City Engi- permit should not be granted. A. M. Florida.
I LRSLL OLD. scious during this time, but repeatedly their, who is seriously .ill. never Robert Hook. The charge against McMillan, Clerk of the Board o0 Coun- Not of apllcatio for r
called for his mother. The new residence of Mrs. S. S. Sick headache results from a disord- Shoff was that he charged a fee for ty Commissioners, scmbia County, e iquor wies and bee
An examination by the city physi- Land, oB Magnolia street, is nearing ered condition of the stomach and is health certificates, and the allegation Florida. Jacob has filed with
of the Franen Verein cian showed that the bullet had struck completion and adds very much to quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom- against Hook was that he had failed
: the residence of Mrs. W. the teeth, shattering several of them, that part of town. ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by to attend meetings of the boird of Notice of application for permit to Board of County Commiss oaer
S Wev Government street, ano then entered the roof of the Mr. W. T. Graves ad family a druggists health, sell liquors wine and beer. Whereas, scamba onty, lorida, his
1 ve in the various de- on is unknown. The revolverhad Board of ounty Commissiontrs for and Beer in Election District
owe in the iou e n pucaetion is unknown. The revolver had Escambia Count, Florid hi of said County ad State; any c
S- cd DEATHS CAUSED BY FRUIT STEAMERS YOUTHI UL GIANT cationfor peittosell Liuors Wine, election trict may
"-,r checks for service ren- a box of cartridges. amd was one of and Beer in election District No. 13 cuse, if any there be, at the me
urug the pa fifteen days. improved Smith & Wesson manufac- DRUNKEN DRIER W ILL BE HELD ON THE RAMPAGE o sd County and State any citizen the oard to e held on Tu
re. DRUNKEN DRIVER WILL BE HELD ON THE RAMPAGE of such election district may show
A little and Mrs. M.E. Suicide was at once suspected, es-
hcause, if any there be, at the meeting permit should not be granted.
.-h of Selma. paused through necially after the young man had of the Board toMMllan Clerk of the Board of
-. rday en route to Perdido, acted in such a strange manner. The the 8th day of August, next, why such ty commissioners, Escambia C
; rge number of Selma fami- teeth that were shattered by the bul- By Associated Press. MOBILE QUARANTINE BOARD RE By Associated Press. permit should not be ranted M Florida.
S-;,,nding the summer. let were found upon the floor, as well, Cody, Wyo.. Aug. 2.-Word has Aust New York, Aug. 2.-On complaint of McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Ooun-
amer Gractia which entered' as the revolver. Where it had fallen been received here that a drunsia CINDS FORMER ACTION REL. his father, Alfred Picer, a fifteen-year- tv Commissioners, Escambia County, Notice of application tor pee r
fr. om Liverpool. via. Cuban from his grasp. I driver with a six horse coach loaded ATIl TIM wFlorida qor wines and beer. Wh
Tampa. brought in a cargo The bell which summoned the bell with tourists, drove over a precipice ATIVE TO TIME OF old boy, who is more than six feet tall lorida. Vidal & Smith have led wi
of manganese ore, which boy had blood stains on it, showing! in the Yellowstone Park, killing three DETENTION. and of manly proportions, has been Notice of application for permit to Board of County Commissloter
-harged here. that he had pressed' the button after passengers and injuring 7 others. No arrested. The father declared that sell liquors wines and beer. Whereas, Escami County, Florida, their
F West. of Milton, was being shot, and had later walked details have been learned as no tele- when he remonstrated with the young W. C. Norman has filed with the cation for pmit to sell l$
,rday on legal bus- across the room and fell at the foot phone communication exists with that The Mobile of yesterdayord of Count Commissioners for Wines and Beer In Election
.rday o eg f t d part of the ark where eaccide The Mobile item of yesterday con- giant for some action, the boy demol- oardf County Comis irs fl No. 13 of said Cony and State
.rde at the Merchant. Although many persons were in i6 reported. tained the following: Ished everything in the dining-room, cation for permit to sell Liquors, Wins show cause, if any there be, at
S r of Bagdad. was that section of the hotel, the shot was The detention time of'sfalners from threatened to fire the house and loud- and Beer in Election District No 13 ehow caue if Boanrd t bee he, a
S. .. visitors to the not heard, and had it not been for the Abscoded With100,.the tropics to Mobile has been again ly declared that if a policeman at- of said Couty and State; any citizen Tuesday, the Board to be he
fact that the stranger rang for the Absconded With $100,000. changed, according to instructions is- uch section dibtrcth may show Tuesday, the 8th hay of A st
'the, mu- bell boy he would probably have died San Francisco, Aug. 2.-Allen How. sued to the masters of certain steam- tempted to stop him he would kill of such election district may ng why sch permit should not be
"in the mu- Ie lfore assistance reached him. roa'. for many years a business man of ers of a local importing firm. him. of the Boarnyd to be held on Tuesday ed. A. M. McMllan, Clerk
"*' ,H ,r morning for It was rumored upon the streets this city, devoting himself chiefly to Some weeks ago the quarantine Alfred, Sr., dodging the flying glass- the 8th day of August next why such Board of County Commissionera
...r ht- .: ,.'- ere dis- late last night that the young man the loaning of money, is an abscondier. board of Mobile bay reduced the ae- ware and china, ran into the street permit should not be granted. A. M
,, ', :, .:m t re e- d had been paying attention to some He hurried to Honduras several days tention time on such steamers, as it and cameo' a policeman. After a long McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun- AN ORDINANCE
S. on d. reeu women in the city, and that a quarrel ago from New Orleans. He took with was shown were out with their fruit search in the house the police found ty Commissioners, scambia County, Relating to NANCity
Sur1.n r 1 h1 e county had recently occurred, which was him all the money he could rake to- seven days, from live days to four the erstwhile pugnaciously inclined Florida. Be t ordained by the Mayora
: .... and luef imposed amount- claimed to account for the shooting., Igether from the various investments days. The steamers plying to n Puerto youth hiding under a bed in his ,fa- Be or the Mayor and
When at the police station and later of his clients, whtPh is thought to Cortez were required to remain out their's room, crying as if his heart Notice of application for permit t: Scion 1. t o ensacola:
-;. :a, .-. :- ,,r. ff the Board of at the hospital Dancer was uncon- have approximated $100,000. the full detention time, no doubt for would break. On being taken to the sril liquors wines and beer. Whereas, lowing City o. cers shall be as
w.-,-..- w:' N hl(ld to-day, scious and nothing could be obtained good and sufficient reasons. station Alfred's feelings were once Richard Morris, Jr., has flea' with the fled herein, to-wit. City Clelb ,
- ma-nr:. regarding appropria- from him. A search of his pockets Last night the banana importers more lacerated when he was turned Board of County Commissioners for Thousand Dollars (1,000.00):
for '- r.ni .-r ot tnh- fiscal revealed the fact that he was steward THE JUICY GRAPE. were notified that steamers must re- over. to the children's society. Escambia County, Florida, his appli- sor, One Thousand Dollars ($1
-I' ,. ,i-'- ,s. and action o0 the Amphitrite and a card bearing main out the full five days before pro- -- cation for permit to selfLiquors, Wines Comptroller Two Thousand D

a "i, iia:r a. ot :ia council, the name of a moman of ill-repute was It Hist*r Ih Well Nihk as Old as ceeding to this port. A steamer due Died of Heart Failure. and Beer in Election District No. 13 ($2,000); Marshal, Two Thomusan
..1 F':an' Wolfe. who has also found. 'Tat or M-,. up last night was sent back to sea Boston Aug 2.-Duane Hbet of said County and State; any citizen lars ($2,000); Tax Ccllector,
e. -,, .-p in Nash- Elrlv this morning Dancer became The history of thle grape is almost as until five days had elapsed from time Church, whose invention of about15 of such election district may show Thousand Dollars v $10,00s ; n
, *-.,:,,,. ->..,, a c"i..s in West conscious. The wound in his mouth, old as that of man. Growing in its of departure from the tropical port. Chrchs whos reventionied theaout150 cause, if any there be, at the meeting urer. Twenty-Five Thousand D
-' ha,. a n- r.'ur o e city. however, prevented him from talking, highest perfection in Syria and Persia, The embargo of five oays upon all fachture of watches ind America of the Board to be held on Tuesday, ($25,00 0.) ond
wa- of coined bus,- and he could not utter a sound. In its luscious fruit recommended t to the steamers from the tropics has been dupthe ost tents ie the 8th day of August, next, why such Section 2. That each bond of.
if c nd busi- reply to a question as to who shot especial care of the patriarchal tillers imposed by the quarantine board. The during the last twenty years. died yes-^ permit should not be granted. A. M. officer of whom a bond is require
S- n him. he wrote upon a slip of paper of the soil, and vpeyards were exten- steamers Taunton, Vaccaro and the terday from heart failurewto Sne a188t heis hasome McMillan Olerk of the Board of Coun- shall be required, shall be in such
that he was loading a revolver and sively planted long before orchards or Alps and Olympia were required to bn employed in the factory of a y Commissioners, Ecambia County, astheCouncilmay approve ad sh
.,,. .of 1u, KR:~on Lemon and had accidentally shot himself, collections of other fruit trees were at remain in quarantine five full days wan company at Waltha Mass Florida. signed by at least two sureties,
,xtrac a-. argel' increas- all common. from the time they left the port of watch company at Waltham,sMas. approved by the Council, and M
S- : r END A HAND The grape came originally from Per- departure. at the time of his death, sell liquors, wines and beer. Whereas, cept that the Comptroller's bo.
.t A h k y. i~ -rc, or, sla. From the latter country as clvill- LQIGeo. W. Thompson has filed with the be deposited with.the Mayor. t1v
,. '.'on c .mon a~nd Vanila .a.s band to the tempted. nation advanced westward this fruit A DANGEROUS LIQUID. RDAWINU iC IIP 5r Board of County Commissioners for bond in which the amount of the
.- Fnavor- p.r:*-tly. I ead a hand to souls in the shadow. accompanied it-first to Egypt. then to I-- WVII OSDDILLUO Escambta County, Florida, his appli- shall exceed One Thousand Di
Leand a hand to these who are often Greece, Sicily. Italy. Spain. France and Uywderleule Aeid I MWet Safely nation for permit to sell Liquors, Wines ($1,000), each surety may bindMai
REGULAR BAND CONCERT ANDi lSaJudiOd. then to Great Britain,. to which latter Kept n Golden Bettl.. CHAS DICKINSON and Beer in Electlon District No. 13 for a specified sum, and the a-
DACE AT ELECTRIC PARK 0eod a hand to the eml crahel with country the RIlomans carried it 200 A gold bottle stood on the chemist's ' of said County and State; any citizen amount for which the sureties
RSDACE T E CTIIGHT. PENSACOLAR years after Christ. table. "In that bottle," he said, "my of such election district may show bind themselves shaft not be less
RSDA GT. PENSACOLA To Amera the seeds and plants of hydrofluroie acid is kept Hydrofluoric cause, if any there be, at the meeting the penalty of the bdd. hcha
".SICAL AN. AMUSEMENT CO. w ra hw do i the European varieties were brought acid is used in glass etching. -The By Assoclated Press. of the Board to be held on Tuesday. upon every of said bonds shall
CA M O wolf the dr ...the 8th day of August. next. why such a.fdavit that hKe i a r, aid,


Lead a baud to tse whose lves are t by emigrants and colonists the first etching on glass thermometers Is all Tallahassee, Aug. 2.--Governor permit should not be granted. A. M. City of Pensacola, and that h
nar ramped. fifty years after Its settlement. done with it. It is colorless. It looks Broward has appointed M. A. Brown to McMillan, Clerk of the Board of Coun- within the State of Florida su
ao.m P There are a vast number of varieties like water, but a drop of It on your the position of private secretary to the ty Commissioners, Escambia County, visible property unencumbered,
K Lend Iad o tm boy 4* 2 of grapes, but there are really only hand would bore clean through to the governor, to fill the vacancy caused Florida. no exempt from sale under lega
bravely to cltre big slabout a doren varieties good for the other side like a bullet. Its inhalation by the resignation of Charles H. Dick- cess to make good his bond.
L[nd a baud to the young people table. California produces the Tokay, is sure death. inson. Notice of application for permit to Section 3. That all ordinances
Bayln t d Intn da, whose homes ae cold an repelling. Muscat, Black Prince, Mnlsga. etc. "IHydrofluorie acid can be ket safe- sell liquors wines and beer. Whereas, parts of ordinances in conflict
Lend a hand to twse whose sur- while the eastern states produce such ly in gold bottles alone. Sometimes T A. Hall has file with the with be and the same are bereb
** ii roundigB amre tedily pulling them varieties as the Concord. Catawba, Ni- bottles of India rubber, of lead or of lWHT IT SUCCUKDS Board of County Commissioners for pealed.
o* I, m r down. agara. Delaware, Black. Hamburg and platinum are used. None of these, W Escambia County, Florida, his appli- Section 4. That this ordinace
S AND VEGETABLES, POUL Led a ha to the prodigal sister. lsbell.-New England Grocer though, is as safe as gold. cation for permtto sell iuors.Wine take effect immediately po its
HerAE E U endiashasdo seteatth"vewedand Beer in Election District No. 13 sage and approval.
Tv AND GAME It: SEASON. Her ife s as a that of the "Even when this acid is in a gold Because It's for One Thing Only and of said County and State; any citizen Passed Juy 10, 1905.
prodigal brother. bottle precautions must be taken with of such election district may show Approved: CHA. II. BLiS
FREE DELIVERY. I-d a hand to e girl wh uw GRAND DANCE It. Is volatile, and hence a paraffin Penacola Lrn Thicause, if any there be, at the meeting Attest: MCa
world. works nand ows thing of covered plate must be clamped tight Nothing can be good for anything, of the Board to be held on Tuesday. B. S. BERNARD, Clek.
r JONES, MANAGER rcreatim and rest .... aL... over the bottle's mouth; also the tern- Doing one thing well brings suc the 8th day of AAgust, next, why such Jlyolo
PHONE 395. Ind a ad-- pe hbandu, a warm perature of the room must not rise over cess, permit should not be granted. A. M.
PHON 89.hand, a strong wband aa ltta band, ,il 4- baar, o60 degrees or the gold bottle will burst. i Doan's Kidney TPills do one thing t AcMiaD. CerAk cat ba ount ANCe
a hand i lel with m re' an help.- lec c C k *' "This acid, whose sole use is in glass only. ty Commissioners, lHcambia County To Be Entitled: An Ordinance t
.Silver Cros. etching, is probably the most danger- They're for sick kidneys. Florida. tend the Priviliges and Frmnc
TUESDAY, AUG. ous.thing In the world to work with. They cure backache, every kidney Granted to Warren E. Ansdera
L|onB N M H tEMeN The steeplejack, the lion tamer and ill. Notice of applcation for permit to C. Beery, W. H. Murphy, J.
L ,TTER-80 e tEXCELLENT MUSIC HAS BEEN EN- the diver do not take their lives in their Here is Pensacola evidence to prove sell ~ iquors wines and bs r. Whereas. Wolfe and others.
About tirtyears e a GAGED. CARS EVERY hands to half the extenttheass etch- itIke J. Heilburn has filed with the Be it ordained by the Mayor and
FLEbet w. ade b tw Capt M HOUR. er d he with his gold vial of Mrs. Martha A. Stevens, residing at Board of County Commi:oners for cil of the City of Pe oa:
FILE wh er. hydoeuoric hen, haet eths tol sdalesof 309 East Gadsden street, says: "I Escambia County. Florida, his appli- Section 1. That the time of
Swho was noted for his active. Cap- ommitee in Charge-Jos. Santo, hydrofluoric acid, he etches the scales ve j ,,n a friend of Doan's Kidney ration for permit to sell Liquors, Wines each and all the things mention
tat M. bt 0 that his felot a Flores. J. M. Dooley. of our thermometers. -Philadelphia, Pil ;r Jg time, and I always and Beer in Election District No. 13 section fifteen (15) of t e odlin
woid not Imp p a certain Ot t Bulletin re t :"-m to everyone I hear of said County and State; any citizen passed and approved January 31,
sta two at e or was ADMISSION, 25 CENT co ackache or kidney ill of such election district may show and entitled: "An Ordinance gr
taken but. asO tMe f loft-one Alrtee er h ,: 'his remedy has been cause, if any there be, at the meeting certain privileges to Warren A
Sa' and 50 cents. In the e a tak- en are cetai changeable ily off and on for vear o the Board to be held on Tuesday on. A. C. Berry, W. H. Murphy
< have both index I thtge u ft onlk creatures," said the weary looking ^i have never been found the 8th day of August, next, why such Emmet Wolfe and others, there
,.. .ab,- Correspon- maB. e mim nt% a , z anyone requiring a kidney permit should not be granted. A. M. cessors and assigns," be and the
an b.il: filed on e step to negate am b "What's the explasator askedthe i medicine. No one need hesitate aboutt McMilltn, Clerk of the Board of Coun- is hereby extended for a per
Sar easily found.sed friend the family, going to Sidney Kahn's drug store, ty Commissioners, Escambia County, Three (3) months in addition t
Easily ft the latter lpUed: A "During our honeymoon," answered No. 9 South Palafox street for they Florida. time mentioned In said section.
"Well, wager y o aw 50 I the war pat "y wife, declared I will not be disappointed in the Section 2. That all ordinance
do It" CLEANED, BLEACHED AND @be could motlive a day wthbat me." I results obtained." Notice of application for permit to parts of ordinances in canliet
C' The oacer. t tiklg t1o 1t bak c is .OCKEO, at se "Well?" queded the family friend For sale by all daters. Price 50 sell liquors rnes and boo. Whereas, 'be and the same are hereby rep
OE'S BOOK STORE s now.. ada -cmptoL Captaa I. L "Only ist ek," the cents. Fbter-Ml^ Co. Buffalo, Eugene Arbona ha fled with the, Paed July 10, 10.
235S. Palit StL abow d w te1 o1ert "0e tried wt gt toim s N. Y.. sole g s o ,the United Board ot f imt (Ommistame for Appto.ed: CCHAL. .H.
.... P"'oi t. we aa Poo ** he m heSates.Fctriedtoto e a eambIa County, Florida, hs appll- tte
123P5- -4 e1--U114u aUw91V 11%W V My lre for 410,000 in her ivr.-- aebr the i D a--andcation for perit to

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PENSACOLA, FILRIDA, THURS

GOING AWAY?
When you teave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensacql
Journal follow you. Notify circulla
tion manager, Phone 3.

The mosquito is the live issue just
at present.
As usual, Kansas has demanded 40,-
00O men for the harvest.
The front is no longer in Manchu-
ra. It Is en route to Portsmouth.
A declaration of war is confidently
gpected between Louisiana and Mis-
isclt'<


The Department of Agriculture and
the Equitable appear to be running a
race for the graft championship.
What Governor Vardaman said to
Governor Blanchard and what Gov-
ernor Blancharo' said to Governor Yer-
daman bids fair to go down in history.
To vary the monotony the Washing
tan meteorological wizard predicted
fair weather for yesterday and missed
it as usual. If he wouldn't change the
prediction so often he would be bound
to strike it right occasionally.
The Key West edition of The Daily
Miami Metropolis is one of the finest
advertisements that the Island City
has ever secured and reflects the
greatest crealt upon the enterprising
publishers of that excellent paser.
The edition contains 24 six column
pages, numerous fine' half tone illus-
trations and is typographically per-
fect. It p, taken all together, one of
the best special editions that has
reached The Journal's exchange table
in a long time.

This is what the esteemed Tampa
Tribune shoots at its unsuspecting
subscribers for early breakfast read-
ing:
00O MORNING, HAVE YOU-
Cut the weeds?
Darned the netting?
Set the mosquito trap?
Witch-hazeled the mosquito-bites?
Kerosened the cistern?
Emptied the tin cans?
Re-limed the back-yard?
Read the latest from Dr. Porter?
Asked your nearest neighbor for the
latest news?
And-
Obnsulte' your most valued adviser
u to the advisability of taking a
mmtw t"p?


THE TENNESSEE
"-M CROW" LAW.
The recently enacted' 'ennessee
"Jim Crow" law, providing for the
eparation of the races upon street
cars, is being fought fully as hard as
waa the Florida law to the same ef-
feet and will, in all probability, be
carried to the supreme court of that
state. That the situation, in Mem-
-phis, at least, is somewhat strained,
hI evidenced from the following upon
the subject from the columns of the
fOt mercial-Appeal:
Some of the negroes of Memphis
are dissatisfied with the Jim Crow
law, which places them together at
oee end of the street care. The only
ground of objection the:- can have is
that the law compels them to herd to-
ather instead of cnatierina tlem-
aives a!i over the car and rubbing
a against the whites. The truth of
the matter is that there are a good
many negroes, having no pride of
cre whatever, who do not want to sit
with members of their ow. race.
They want to line up besi t the white
passengers, and gain even this modl-
amm of social equality. It was no-
teeable under the old regime that if
tlere were half a dozen negroes on a
ear, the chances were that each of
these would occupy a seat by himself.
If a few white women occupied one
seat and a few negroes occupied an-
other, whenever any more negroes got
on the car. they would almost invari-
ably crowd into the seat occupied by,
t whites, instead of associating with
their own race. Under the present
law. one end of the car is set aside
tor the blacks and the other for the
whites, and noboacy but a fool negro
would take any exception to this ar-
ran-,ment The idea of takin the
law to the Supreme Coart is prepos-
terous. and it indicates on the part of
S .those agrees who comtempate it, a
ast that as not at to be tolerated


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S1 ;I Although the Uaited States of Amer. probability .require from four to six
L COW ANca Is a repubi!c, there are many rea- years- eve assuming that .the people No. M C00
x. sons0 for thinhklg that It Is gradually were absolutely tired and di4sgste0 H. L. COVINGTON, Prldnm. M E .CLARIK, COW.
with republican party policy, and con- C. W, LAMAR, VerePresldent. JNO. PFPIFFq. Aat.'Cm*kr. -
a Gaag, aia m.-- ceasing to be a democratic republic. tinued in subsequent elections to'send T
SGar nation cannot be compared in the ia large democratic majority to character of its democracy with the house of repreaentatives-before tho; THE M ERIC II N ATIN A
XOC IJT oSS Trntted Kingdom, or perhaps even with president and congress were in politt- p NA A FL
the republic of France, certainly with cal harmony one with the other. OP PENSACOLA, FLA
'ON -- none of the self-governing colonies of Whatever the form of government; DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF -UNITED STATES
-- W- k ,Great Britain. In England the direct may be termed, it cannot be called C'phl tr, 2AOOio O Serplus, 0 ,00 0 .
UrnS. :epresentatives of the people contr-i 'democratic; that Is, the influence of a: C apal StOoCP, S O*2 O 5 pIuS ^^4
S.........the destinies ou thhe naton. There is popular election under such circum- W
0 W ik ........... lS n nothing so sacred in Great Britain Etances is nowhere near as immediate Henry it U ovt pn, a8. 31 ( A ,
SWehkl I p, Ir.1 N Ii-hat the votes of a majority of iie 'and direct as it is in either England J.M. Pfetfer. A. M. Aery, r
e AB News Sa.. people cannot overthrow it. If a ma-'of France. No doubt the constitution BraW.n. Milton, Jr.,
,ority of the House of Commoa.'of the Unitel States was considered a Bran Du . MaC a,
which should in the main represent a Lberal scheme of national control at Frank ReDly, W. L. Cawthon,
APER FROM WHICH A D0TAILMB majority of the English electors, wer, the time it was drafted, but it has to' W. S. Rosasco, -. C. A. O'N l,
ENT CAN BE ScEURED to insist through a series of years upon be reaemberel tat that was some T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
the suppression of the House of Lords century and a quarter ago, when the F. E. Brawner, McKenzte Oertn,
or the abolition of the monarchy, thn divine rights of rulers was everywherei C. W. Lamar. Alex McGowln,
-t Goveramt t 8b L / change would be inevitable, because, receiving popular recognition. In the J. R. Saunders, C. -M. Covngton.
0B No. L as a democratic government, the interval of time that has since elapse,' Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporation, and Fi(m olletd
w-.ishes of a majority of the people of public opinion concerning forms of Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Depolta.
-Great Britain w(uld prevail. With u-,' government has undergone a great
SDAY MORNING, ANGUST 3, 1905. on the contrary, no fundamental change. It has been impossible in this --
rhange in the structure of our system country, in consequence of constitu- -, I- r
Is possible. We could not suppress tonal limitations, for us to materially, WM. H. KNOWLES, Prestient. W. K. HY JR., V.-Prea. and Cash.
In this community. The whites c- the United States Senate or change alter tne scheme of government we re. THOS. W. BRENT. Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, Ant. Casher.
Memphis wish to sit in a pert of the the character of the presidential ofRlce Leived from the hands of our conserva-
car where they will not have to rub!by a continued reforming majority in tive forefathers, but the English, hav-
elbows with negroes. The latter are'the House of Representatives. Wi'n ing no written constitutional limita- F IR S
objectionable to them for reasons too us no leading revolution would be tons placed upon their action, have
obvious to require specification. As a possible in the absence of an amend- moved ahead while we have stuoo
matter of fact the negroes ought to ment of our constitution, and tlis still; and politically free communities
be pleased that they have a special would require not only long delay, but al over the world, instead 'of copying N A T IN K
provision made for them. If they are affirmative action or. the part of what the form of the American constitution,
not pleased, the sooner they get pleas- in practice would probably constitute as it was their custom to, fifty to one
ed the better. more than three-quarters of the peo.- 'und:red years ago, now copy, if they of e so fl FAIL
pie. wish a free government, the dem'o-
l#,= ##;#I###3# WWt# t Again, take our system of repre. cratic parliamentary institutions of
sentation. Next year, if not sooner a Great Britain as being much more in
9 FLAG ETIQUETTE % general election will be held in En;,. keeping with advanced political ideas. DIRECTORSs F. C Brent, W. A. Blount, WVm H. Knowles
land, and it is among things possible So far as we are concerned, it can
S Montgomery Journal. % that, as the result of this appeal to ft.ahermore be pointed out that the W. Hyer, fr., D, G. Brnt
** the people, Mir. Balfour and his friends drift o; our national government :s
X--4 ft##WP#-tUWOX will be returned to the house of corn- toward the formation of an oligarchy.
--- Ps Wmons with on].- a minority following. By degrees the political control "f if REIGH ANDDOMESTIC EIOIV iE M IIT AI SOL
When President Wiliam McKinley Under such circumstances, just so, gicat states has passed into the hands WFlElAN Ab BU llEATB C U* WE U SUi
-was assassinated four years ago, thou- soon as the report of the election has of those representing those states in
sands of loyal Americans raised flags been received, showing that he is in the Unl;ed States senate. Theie sena.- We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vesuel diaburse upon the Moat
at half mast over their places of busi- a minority, Mr. Balfour will hand in tors, thus in control of the constituen- range on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Tense, and their e
nes and let them fly by night and by his resignation to the king, who will cis., have no one but themselves to Germany, France, Austria, Italy, nations take Payable at Port of
day until they wore out. They un- immediately form a ministry to :ake efer to or consult. Feeling confident Holland, Spain, Belgium, Rusla, Destat
doubtedly thought they were showing up the reins of government which the through their control of the political Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and el Teray Afta Ve
respect to McKinley's memory, but conservatives have thrown down. In- machinery of their offices, as long as other European countries 1 l Arrivr them
they were not showing proper respect side of ten days the new liberal gov- they choose to remain in public life;
io the flag. The United States govern- ernment will be formed, and, I it having under the constitution co-ordi-
ment displayed at that time Its flags thinks it expedient, can call parlia-; H"e Power with the house of repr.- Sca fy Deposit Boxcs For Rent, in Connection with which we
at half mast from sunrit e to sunset ment together for the purpose of h. sentatives on the one sMe and th. p it ent in nn n i w c
from the president's death to his bu- ing passed such legislation as :h1-.e president on the other, they have gral. have a Private Department for the use of Rentcer
rial. The government regulations pro. representing the incoming mini -;;.-- allyy air gated to thpmst lives powers
Wide that on the death of a president believe to be desirable. With -;s, onrwhich 'ie constitution never intend-id
'n oaoe Uts lag shall be displayed at the contrary, if a year 'r7m nex, fali, ;ey should possess, until now they *
half mast only one day. when the next Lational e!-ction takes rest to quite a degree independent of vi D patment-Interst Paf on D -
In memory of the 350.000 union sol- place, four-fifthc of the Anrerican peo- popular or legal control, and permit'
diers who lost their lives during the pie were to indicate their want of (en. net!'er affirmative nor negative legi.,- Ppo ltS t t Rate of 4 per t p r M n
civil war, on May 30. Memorial day, fidence in the iplicy of the republican l live action to be adopted which doe.~ - ,
each year the United States displays party, and the public p'actice- of its not meet with heir distinct app;'oval. L. HILTON GREEN, -a saU T. WLLJO,-V -i.bm.
its flag at half est at all army posts, leaders, by their votes for representa- It does not r Quire that the exterior M. Slessizl, ; asL MANI L MoDN Oh O.CAsS. A
stations and national cemeteries from livess in the popular branch of con- forms of a government should b' C1 a
sunrise till midday. Immediately be- gress, these representatives of the changed to deprive it of its living es. C iti e s N national B asnk
fore noon a dirge is played by the people so chosen would not be called sence The fiction of a republic was| atdPeaseS. ords.
band or field music and the national together until thirteen months afte.- maintained n Rome generations after iiaweosuri
salute of twenty-one guns Is fired. At election, and they would then find that the rul. of the tMen known world was Gi eo.WWr ht, Morrismsr. T ..Weltes
the conclusion of this memorial trib- for more than a year thereafter the in the hands of autocratic emperors. Ix M. RobtMon. L, BtUtoa Greem.
ute at noon the flag is hoisted to the administrative head of the government So witn us In the United States, we A .ENrRAL. BANKING B USINESS TRANSACTED.
top of the staff and remains there un- would be wholly hostile to their plan emay continue to have the fiction of
til sunset. The idea is that the na- and that the senate would be compose! free political institutions, when in-
tional ensign is too sacred an object of a large majority bent upon thwart- reality we are governed by those who J*S. REESE, Prest'tent. W MN0 0 4,
to be long in mourning for any man ing the new plans of change by the form what may be fairly described as EESE, re ent. W. MEN E Cashier.
cr number of men, no matter how ex. policy of suppression. It would in ail an irresponsible oligarchy. A iceresidet.
ailted their rank. T PPL N O FPAL
The flag reversed, with the union TH PEOPL B NK O PENS CO
down, denotes distress. The flag on Ie-&: :i.-t -;^^,-,^-. very fireside in the state. A man Directors-L. J. R'eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Keealer, R M. Cary,
anything but a fort actually besieged, ; ,: with such remarkable intelligence cer- W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings.
should never be displayed between NEWS AND VIEWS tainly breathes the essence of sweet TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
eunset and sunrise .- FROM STATE PAPERS. content, knowing that a pretty little YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPjfLrIfUL,Y SOLICITED.
When the flag is to be displayed at -. monument of memory has been hand a$
half mast it is lowered to that posi- ... B.- -4.4,.- .. ed down from father to son, from - ----
tion from the top of the staff. It. is mother to daughter, and is now set
hoisted to the top before it is finally Good Politics. iup in the hearts of the younger gener-
lowered. Let all of our state officers be the action from which will fall blossoms of Ml 4 C ,L mP"al
The regulations of the board of edu. product and the handiwork of Flor- the heart upon the old man's grave. Who'es'e and Rett Daleg in
cation of Chicago are that the flag idea's intelligent masses rather than What is nobler? What is sweeter to. Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C O
shall be displayed on all school houses the champions of political campaigns, the peaceful twilight that is ending a d Blacs
on Monday 'morning during the school made so by outwitting competitors in life of such remarkable activity?- and Blac
years and on legal holidays, excepting treacherous, demagogic devices andt Peter Stanley, in Ocala Banner. Offce-No. 13 South Palatfx street. Telephone, Si.
that flags must not be displayed dur- political intrigue. For when all our * Yards on Zartagossa and QonZalez streets. Joa .
ing storms or whenever they are likely offices are filled by men who are Without Rhyme or Reason.
to injure or destroy the flag. sought out by the people, and when Hundreds died in New York and
!he man accepts the office as a matter Philadelphia last week from. sun-
of duty which he owes to his country s.roke. Such a visitation is unknown der / .
T e JorWal P thl Dur as a patriotic and liberty-loving cii- i ;his state, ye n:ai Floridians IC E C O A L and W O O D
zen, he will not have any politicallNrt h I each sutnmer to keep cool, and
lu 3July, 1905, a friends to reward nor political enfc- when they reach there discover that ftwasm tha
mies to punish. His greatest ambition they would i, mrre comfortable at uff r' lee nd Fue Com a y
row oif will be duty, unless perchance the home. Yet they will go on in their
people made a misjudgment of the folly, without rhyme or reason, not- Offiee-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 25.
man, in which event they would has- withstanding all argument to the con-
St 7 ,en to correct: The chances are nine trary.-Paltka Times-Herald. -
to one that a true man would he
chosen, if political bias, that is fo.-- Growing Hay in Florida. ergia, FlOid ai AllabamI allway ae
Srered by political rings and factions. The idea that hay cannot be grown Tllakaae and *0ml i ll d 0e
COM ES ,ere ellminated.-Gracevelle Messen- i. Florida as good as that shipped in Gartelle, TsW a B r1 m r o.
ger. from the North, will soon be di.-:pelled. Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.
SThe hay in this country is all right if


No r 9 aaWae Evidently to Be Fearee. !.;operly cured. Many men on farms Sunday Sunday
The dynamite cruiser Vensuvius re- in this section never thought they Southbound No. 1 nly only
cently fired a torpedo in Newport har- could rase hay here, and never No. 3 We. 5 No.
bor that made a complete circle; and. thought of trying it. It is no uncom- Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.xa 7:50a.m .........
-9' ^ returning, struck the vessel a square; mon sight now to see a loadl of fine ;v Macon tC. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a. 11:35a.m ....... ....."
blow on the hull. Had not the torpedo hay on the street and a con-iderable LIv Cuthber. .. .... ... 7:50a.m 4:05p.m .....
DAILY been fitted wi~h "a practice war hea ', quantity will be baled here this sea- Lv Arliington.. ....... 9:10a.m 6:15p.m ..
the cruiser and every soul on board son.-Gainesville Sun. Lv Eainbridge.. .. .....11:00a.m 6:55p.m :Oa ***.m*
The following figures show The Pen- would have been blown into enter- ** A': Tallanassee.. .. ....... 12:55p.m 8:40p.m 6:05a.m .**....
sacola Journal's circulation for each nity. Our navy is evidently one to be At a Disadvantage. L Tallahassel (S. A. L. Ry) 1:53p m 4:0Oa.m *..........
day during th2 month of July, 1905, feared.-Jacksonville Times-Union. The editor of the Trihune has never Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10: SO .m ........ .....
with the average number of copies ........ .....
dwithh a e effected any sweeping reformation in Lv TallaHassee. .. .. .... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m 8: .m
WilkinhonCall.e8:e 15n 8:y50
Saly Wilkinson Call. the affairs of state. H-e has not even Lv Socnoppy .. .. .. ..3:14p.=i 10:La.ma I:1. *:54p.
July 1 4,250 July 16 4,500 I noticed where a gentleman down routed one single band of wirke', of- Lv Lanark.. .. .. .... :45p.m 10:45a.m 10:05am lO:26p.m
July 2 4,500 July 17 .... the way wants the people of Florida ficials from any municipality. His Lv Carr4belle.. .. .. ....... 4:00p.m l*0:16 J 10:p.ppm
July 3 .... July 18 4,200 to step up now and show their appre name has never been emblazoned in Ar Apalachicola. .... .... 7:00p.m ......... ..
uJly 4 4,250 July 19 4,900 citation of Hon. Wilkinson Call's long the temple of fame at all. He there- I"In.a y:
July 5 4,250 July 20 4,425 and useful services to the state. Now, fore labors at some disadvantage.- Northbound -. Sunday
July 6 4250 July 21 4,200 I guess there are few, if any, who Frt Pierce Tribune. No. 2 No.-8 a only
July 7 4,250 Jly 22 4,300 have higher regard for the venerable Lv Apalachic.ola .. .. .. .. 6:30a.m ....d... No. 4
July 3 4,250 July 23 4,450 old citizen and public ex-official than Th Blss Magazine.Lv Carrabelle.i .. ... .. 11...:30a.m 2:00p.M 6 ***.
July 9 4,00 July 24 .... myself: but I can't clearly compre- e B M Lv Lanark.. .. .. .. .. .. 1.:45a.m 2:200p. a :'. ":a.am
July 10 .... July 25 4,300 hend the gentleman down the way. e 12. No.2. of The Blss Mag-Lv S phoppy.... . ..l.2:1p.m 3:14p.. 9. 4O45a.m
July 11 4.250 July 26 4,300 Don't see how we'll get about paying azine, entitled "Summer Sports in A Talahassee.. ........ 1:30p.m 35:014pja :1a.
July 12 4250 July 27 4,300 him a higher compliment now than Florida." is just from the press. Tbel v ack'vale,(S. A. L. Ry... 9:05a.m 4: (.m :Z0a.m
July 13 4,250 July 28 4,309 what he has already ha.'-eighteen volume is 7L=xlO%, finely printed Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:Op=, **....*,.
July 14 4,20 July 29 4,50i years in the United States senate. upon glazed paper, and presents many Ta llnahasse(S.A.LR.). 8:1p.m 610:3 r 0 **
July 15 4.250 July 30 4,00) Such old fellows as the old senator- new engravings of Pensacola an. Lv Taaasse .........: m .:35am : 6:35a.m
Total for the month ......112,875 and old Stanley-must take an easy West Florida, a large proportion of! Lv Bainbridge ....... :25p.m 8:27a. Arl:st.m a 8:27im
Average per day ...........4,341 chair and sit quietly by while the which are devoted to fishing, boating. Ar Arlington .. .. ... ... 7:25p.m 10l 10:16a.
boys give their undivided attention to bathing and similar summer sport; Lv Cuthbert.(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:55n.a ........ Arllm:
I hereby certify that th' above state- the "horse in the service." No, no; The frontispiece is a scene entitled: Lv Macon. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:lp.lm .....,, I4
meant is correct according to the ree don't bother up with usa. We are go- "Spearing Flounders at Night, in Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55a ...... 7 .
ords on file in this office ing down the bill on the other side. colors, from a painting executed by NOTICE::-Trains Nos. 5 and 6 will depart frl gi " r." at, t
FRD A. SBWIT, now, and wouldd only be a little extra M. Ruayon. The text sets forth ,o Shotwell Street, Brainbridge. .
Crcuation r fatigue to tr' aad hobble back up the advantages of West Florida as a Tickets for Train 5, leavIng Bainbridg .
rculaio Mgr. fapiec to i ee Wlt you fellows had to pleasure resort in a comprehensive c;n aW I at the oMce of the Callahan Gre1ry .. he
S t to ad srtbed before me say. and entertaining manner and the book i TraIn No. 6 will atop 36 minutes atra '- L
this tt day of J 1 0. .Wilk Cal pr elit bears a history ia as a whole. dowbtedly prove W. LO a, R. C. *W S -
;. P. pTOKoE. the potles tb aa taat has beeaa valuable adteient for this city QGeneral Managr Tav. Pa. At -
Notary pbt. told ad retold, Ile fairy ales, around and seetiUL. ,w. y q w Ta"liess Fip 9


* Om to charter by private bo-,
r faashg tri. bathing, or
seamer resum


oraowly ship's boat for San:t
raiser Isla de oiLuom one of
pri captu e


SHas full canoy and is most ew
fortabl boat la the bay.



MAX KLEIN, OWNEh.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
PHONES, 358 and 1070.
A*--"O *mum


CAPTAIN


BNIEBDIUNDDSON'S
LAUNCHES

CUPID, ROBT. L E, NANCY ANO
EDNA S.,

can be chartered by the i-vur, day o0
week. Terms, reasonable
athiag Tackle and Cooking Utm
ails furnlhed if desired.
PHONE 204.

SrT. MlN E Blll
OWNER.




FRIDAY


Excursion
THE TUG

MONARCH
will run the following schelae

FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Leave City for Life-Saving Station,
4:00.
Leave Life-Saving Station for Gu".
4:45.
Return to Llfe-Saving Station, 5 4;.
Leave Life-Saving Station for C:t.,
8:00.
Arrive Pensacola, S4.
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENT]
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DIRECTORY

CENTRAL TRADE COUNCIL
There will be meeting of this
body on the first and third WeJnej-
days ot each month a 7:30 p. m. .l1
delegates are requested to be pre
ent. 3 W. ROBERT3,
W. L. DMAdY, Presiden.
Seerary.
Passed todg No. 3. K. o r.
meets omry moaday evening at 18:.
o'clock at trtr Cale HalI, Bloal
Watsoa bulltig, coraer Palaorz sa
gae-s street Tinat bwhrna ac
Ma lly welmeLt
J. . BRgW rO. C. 0
L. HOICtL, K al IL R

SRatbbas Lo4dge O.0
0 L e P, meet aver

har. tMd floor. Bloout.


a- roaey wIeaaaMt
R B CIRUTi C. C.
C. J. Ley, L. l a 6 L a
f
KnItlhts of Columbus.
^ Meetings of tU
Knights of Co:-;n1:;.
are held at the'r ha:L
No. 8 West Int..naJd
cla street on s@
Monday events as


7:30 o'clock. An :
citation is extended
to visiting Kalights.
JOHN B. JON.'.
EDM. FOX. Grand KnligL
MEamdme


Pneia LAfe Me.l 4 1. 0. F.
Peaoeaola Ida No. 4, I. 0. 0.
mets every Thursday evenn;gs t 7:V
at the new La On Woet Garies
street. VsiUtte brethren carora
invited. T. G. STINO0.1
I. R. WrraOvau&. Secretary.
REBRKAH SISTERS
bNaol eIAS 3a 1. Rebekabt 9
term Iat evOry MY day n!ght a
I o'leefk I L O. 0. F. Hall. l
Ming sisters crdially invited to 'C
preheat. MISS NZTA M. EIJOTT.
MISS MAMIE FRl MAN. Se.cwt..
W.OW.
UIJf Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. ,
mets la Pythia Hall 1st a.d 3r4
Wedamedays la each Uooth. ViiUa
avePreiga erdally tavited
SA. BOGHICIH. C. 0
iamAL a BROOka. Clerk.
- Oak G Lodga No. 4, Woodmesal
Clrel. meet every Thuarday at 3 P
a. Visitti soveregn cordially Inv;t
ed. MRL M. OLSEN.
ULI I BRANUM. Guard.aa.
Cerk


M. B. A- N~a 31 meets fir: aid
third Wedneadl eveitg at 7:: P
L., Lafford Hai. No. 10 West I :e
dalia Strot.
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Sthe City Council of the City of Pen- rival a' the Danish court, Emperor S
sacola: William appears to have bec3ne con- THE SEISES DANCE
WHAT I ST Section 1. That all rsons, asso- vinced that there is no hope of a
11T I SI11T Iciations of persas, firms or corpora- prince of the house of Bernadotte be- IF YOU WANT e B--td to H ae OrlrtrC
tions operating street car lines along coming king of Norway. His males y WIFYith toh Apotleo s l a e
and upon the streets of the City of now lavor- Prince Cha-les of. Den- At Sevlle, in Spain, the dances of the :
It is th Pensacola shall fralsh equal accom- mark a! .e is quoted as saying: AU DRY WORK "eises" are gravely reputed to have
modations in separate cars or com- "If Princ. Charles does not become UoU originated in the apostles having fol-
partments of cars for white and col- king Ncrway will become a republic. low t example set by David au
TEored paser. A allure to corn- Or cou. i prefer a monarchy, and, tat will give you the sat- aned arnd our Lord after the last W
Tply with this provilsio sll subject therefore sbhll hereafter support the isfaction that you are supper. While ot. A fgustine contemn-
the person so offending to a fine of candidacy of Prince Charles." wearing the best it is uer e St. A stne conten-
L ISTE R wearin nosi sithesdancedevoionalitorysos-
$25 or imprisonment for sixty days. possible to produce, you ed the dance devoenalt. Cysos-
SSectIms 2. That all personal asso-i REMAINS OF-JOSEPH should be sure to tom is said to bave taken part In it.
eationsofprds or corpora- COMMYNo AT RET.tand, notwithstanding a prohibitory oe-
ns operating stre COMMYet car es a AT RST. ong to creek of 692, it was exceedingly popular
PesacolaThe remains of Joseph Comyns, ThtarSteam
one of the oldest citizens of Pensacola, Kseenteenth eemturT. During certain
rules and regulatio s for the selra- who expired at the GiEfn home Tueu- ceremonies the seises dance daily be-
tion of white anger from netO day morning after a lingering Illness. La r fore the high altar of Seville cathedral
passenger& by sepwwe cars or fixed were interred' yesterday afternoon iinL the presence of enormous ere- 1.
divisions or movable scr or other St. Michael's cemetery. Including the archbishop and all the
muetboa' of divson in the cars of The funeral cortege move from the 37 E. arden St. Phone 114. "New," writes and'eyewitness, "the
such lines. A failure or refusal by family residence to St. Michael's Pesacola, Flt dancing boys are dressed in the coi-
any such pmrT E wo.ciato firm or church, where the services were held tue of Philip and Mary's days. with
Scrporation to make such prlsios, and from there to St. Michael's cem- short caes,s abundance of stream -I
rules and regulations shall be punish- etery, where the interment was made. ers, phuped hats and white silk shot
S ON TIE mAR ed by ene not to eeeed P$ for each A large concourse of friends and "e, he opmn is supplemented by a string
ofense. Ab day of such failure or relatives of the deceased and of the -- The o Is s m wor ed air nd song of
-refusal sall constitute a separate o family attended the funeral and saw the sees hae br compared to the
fense. the remains placed at rest.
I Sec ton That when any street eat res. e of a comte opera. After sundry
w is divided into -omprtents for movements the caatan.ts are used.
ar the Purpse of iths o mcl ce the Will PlaFy aIL, "NUw," writes an eyewitness, "the
omew is B etmer t at art or provided The team representing the gunboat daaee Lrows taster and more varied--a
t for white and eSo s passengers, re- Wasp and the champion Orioles will chs enp alse Is snceeded by a circular
1ih .A ipectiv6ly l he ia soe proper-p play a game of baseball this alienooen Aig*ee, in which tWe dancers follow
St ed ac s to the usual and at Pametto Beach. Both teum are eah other ioad ad round, swaying
Sorie-y rS oe ltrwa- by- white about evenly matched and if the ir bodes a ty sla rbymed coop-
A-aaS andS res e ssrs ^n the line wether is favorable a Is expeat'o ie in th1 uoth. d^ty cert of Am-
Son wa I"* i ewi. ed:. that a -od crowd will be rent o L
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STOI-I[CF lswuml has A
SO NEW MINISTRY

By Associated Pres.
0- 0^^ r Stockholm, Sweoaen, Aug. 2.-A coa-
lition ministry was formed to-day, as
follows:
Minister of state, Christian Lunde-
ST berg; minister of foreign affairs, Count
A. F. Machtmelster; minister of Jus-I
-f IDF1 BR Ltlce, Judge C. A. Berg; minister of;
war, Col . H Tingsten; minister of
HE MEAl LR N Rfrths Wm Receitd, iaro,. S. A. A. LInderman; minister
r tofl i w m . of*l Mterior, J. Widen; minister of
Do". =d iM re, w a d anl d f P nm finance, Herr Viesert; minister of ed-i
mIade from the finest mnAlte anima tfi n.d I s ucaUon and ecclesiastical affairs, Herr
It I eaa for months to p* ii (Hammarskdold; minister of agricul-,
_D I- U sseUd6. ture, A. D. Petersen; minister without
h e0L n sd blcr d miSm id "of bm portfolio, Herren Petterson and Staff.
hf.. No purer, nndem b -a0W ald be
-r Hor usdtreag fal srp n S PUr "G B..,9 The monthly meeting "of the Boar AVA S AN RUT
Sfondreas.t Aheaps er tfor GerthBeer, of Public Safetv was held last 'night. SAVAGES AND BRUTES.
as& byGg L with Chairman Ingraham presiding:
and M vor Bliss and Mr. McGaughey Att tti of te orirtive mant
WK U&Mn awwm CM present. T I3 Aile.
_- ..._ The minutes of the previous meet- For the primitive savage animals are
... .T ing were approved, after which the mysterious, problematic being, Ipo
reportt of Chief Bicker was read, show.: seed of a wide knowledge of the
ing that two fires had occurred duringI things of nature. They know much
the past month. more than they are ready to tell us. In
Marshal Schad submitted his month- some way or another by the aid of
ly report of the arrests, fines and col- pnses much more refined than ours
PETER BELL, DISTRIU TOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. elections. It showed that the deparT- and by telling to each other all that
ment had mar~ b425 arrests, of which: they notice in their rambles and flights
number 335 had been convicted, 7 they know everything for miles around.
D IN A N T employes in charge of such ars shalldischarged, and 11 sent to the criminal d if a man has been "Just" toward
Ssin assengers to their respective court. Fines asset d aggrego tm tey will warn him of a coming
car or compartment provided under$1,81. and n csts $310, of which danger, a they warn each other, but
provided under armountj $1.109 had. been collected .n danger, as they warn each other, but
tSP A s or finance. an cthey will take no heed of him il he
Section 5. That any passenger wil- fines an6 $249 on costs. has not been straightforward in his
fully occupying any car or oompart- Weighing of Feed. actions. Snakes and birds (the owl is
ment other than L-at to which he has Chairman M(Gaughey of the com- a leader of the snakes), mammals and
been assigOed shall be punished by mittee to purchase scales for the insects, lizards and fishes-all under-
Was Consiered iBy e Cthewr of C mses Yestrlay, and fine not to exceed $25 or by imprison- weighing of feed. and to equip eacn stand each other and continually com-
nt not to exceed thirty days. Cn- company wit scales with which o municate their observations to one an-
ductors and other employes in charge weigh the same, made a report, stat.! ate
of such cars may eject therefrom any ing the prices on certain classes of Inside this vast brotherhood there
Cit C il passenger who wilfully occupies any scales. The committee was given au- I th vt brother d tr
car or compartment of car other than tho:ity to purchase the scales. are, ofcourse te still closer brothr-
0^ that to which he has been assigned hoods of beings "of one blood." The
Section 6. If any conductor or other Feeding of Prisoners. monkeys, the bears, the wolves, the
PROVIDES THAT WHITE ANc COL. tion of the races while riding on the employee having charge of any such The food furnished the city priton- elephants and the rhinoceroses, most
Street cars i thUi city. car shall permit white and colored ers then came in for discussion. Mr. ruminants, the hares and most of the
ORED PASSENGES UPON "The state law which was enacted passengers to occupy the same car in lcGaugbey of that committee stated rodents, the crocodiles, and so on, per-
STREET CARS MUST OCCUY by the reent legilature for the ca s separate cars be provided, or that he had inspected the food in fectly ktow their own kin. and they
aame purpose has been declared null! compartment in case separate cars be several instances, and that it wa.t will not tolerate any one of their rlen-
SEPARATE COMPARTMENTS and void by khe supreme court oftnot provided, he shall be punished by abominable and unfit for any person tires to be slaughtered by man without
Florida because, as that court says, fine not to exceed $50 or imprisonment to eat. He had sampled the coffee.ta n one way or another bon
OVIDED BY THE STREET one of the sections of that law was lnnt to exceed sixty days. readd and other articles of food ng conception mst have
RILWAY COMPMY. violation Of the Fourteenth Amend- Section 7. That nothing in this act several occasions, and something revenge. This conception must have
AILWAYt of the Coastitution of %e United. shall be construed to prevent the run- should be done as soon as possible ad an eeme r ts e iorgn
States. ning of extra or special cars for the The prisoners, he said, could not work Even now when a savage is hunting
'It will be nearly two years before exclusive accommodation f either and subsist uIon such food as was he is bond to respect certain rules of
T7 Chamber of Ooammroe of Pen- the ~eslrtu I meets agai and it white or colored passengers It the being furnished them. The special propriety toward the animals, and he 1
s ... las taken the intittive in tthe is imortat matter is to be regu- regular cars are operated as usual and Committee recommended that as early must perform certain expiatory cerp-
%a 'tak h tin heoin thted in the meantime. so far as t as required by this ordinance, as possible the city provide for the monies after his hunt. Most of th:.-o
f having an ordtane pasredl aRfects Peasa la, it remains only forl ,Section 8. That this ordinance take feeding of prisoners, and that the ceremonies are rigorously enacted even
ng the white and colored the city council to act. Whether the effect immediately upon its passage necessary equipment be installed as nowadays in the savage clans, especial-
-. dnd at a special meeting held council has the authority to enact and approval by the Mayor. soon as practicable. It is the intention ly as regards those species considered
': an ordinance, or rather two and enforce such an ordinance will Provides For Nurses, o the board to have all of the food the allies of man.
.n* were introduced, read and by be discuasse here to4da by able law- The provision for nurses, in charge cooked at the police station, instead It Is well known that two men be-
.s vot the it Cuncilers, who have been invited to meet of white children to occupy the same awarding the bids to parties in tae longing to two different clans or tribes
: .-.;: ous vote the City Councliwith us and give us their opinions compartments as white passengers, city. can become brothers by mixing the
.- -estea' to enact the same into an advice. was then brought up, but in the shape Suspension of Sentences i blood of the two obtained from small
A,: "As the question is one of great of a separate ordinance. It is as fol- The suspension of sentences in the! incisions made for that purpose, but R
v.- President Jennings, in the ab- importance to our city, especially at lows: municipal court was then discussed, it was also quite habitual for man to
President Joh~ e. tLlmhan, ths partllar time, t is nothing but being brought up by Mayor Bliss. who enter into brotherhood with some ani-
arht and msr ting to o r.h a pro po' AN ORD*NANCE read the law on the subject, shod rng mal. The tales contnually mention it.
-in I abseat n reaci e s Ier ted Te nttild 1 a Ordinanc to Pro- that after the excrateon of three dayas An animal arka hunter to spare it,




he <;. I as Th* first viha t president, rio bystaelawe oy Persacoa and Oe ei ing d e of hl children co ceal~d weaves and in such cas n s animal arskmstances of Ms life, send-
a T..he....n d that upon reest he upo of the me ertai and receiving vd for the Assignment so Nurser that the ojdge ba the court had no andt t t he hunter accedes to the de-
-e r. a e eoing of the general their drses nt au being Constitu- and P rer a in Their Care to authority to remit a sentence, and thea te to b h rher
;{. -~.'- or3. remarks were tlonal and nat iely to be upset by -p-r .; a., Strea. Cam the power was with the Board of Ss mand the two become brothers. And
Shia e courtssuldnex e consid the streets of the City f Pensacola, The question of the gasoline lig then the monkey, the bear, the doe, the
of h a thmr of C er c oursb n ea t he onsidered ill s Be it ordained by the Mayor and ty. He emolve, however that tny, bird, th crocod le or the bee-any oner




STn. purpn- of hearing read and bound by our actiosis and doings, n hae o such cars shall designate stalled in the western portion of the and he loses ios life they all will try ,
-nnd a, n me doubtful there Is a better way r to the City Councd. of the City of Pen- board t nfer b t power upon the rad if the man had been one of their
nr, hat onance h gfor tion that e pas y sacola:fring with or disoorder in all cases, except whear thel t si ni
.Th .. ri. comi:: iig tabheseat frao reach the people terottheq d un the v- Section 1. That when a nurse hav- party had been convicted of t arrt ti possible are of the man brother in the
Seis no dot an rnat t tse id ou- inthe care cf suan child or ehllb enl ws cetaled wea.on ns, an in such casos crticl o te n struck ou his lide, sending
a- The romu"' ill sonie of the mem.1 tn a ome and true expression ofto
..aor of an invalid desires to be -rried they misv b" brought before the g hi rs or her animal brotots o d f-
..- hcia: 8n:~In.r of the general ber of Co eroe. upon the street cars operated along board, ferent tribes to warn him or help him I=
Sft: h meioftComm ence wt cuh th coacil will not b the streets of the City cf Pensacola, The question of the gasoline ligl:is ot of a difficulty. And if the warn-
S. t:rp-e (ha h arinf Commerread courbye the coua a nd doings in the conductor or other persons in of the Pensacola Gas Company, in- ang comes too late or is misunderstood
a n n a rn this metl but t is more thn charge of such cars shall designate stalled in the western portion of the and he ls life they all will
.o.au( wh ch will be rin s probable that they will receive in a the place to be occupied. by such nurse city, and which burnsz! only a few to bring him back to lie, and if they '
Swd a h", oex" meeting of r thte kindy ane atheny will reiv in a and the child or children or invalid in hours, was discussed upon cqmplan, fall they will take due revenge, c ust t as w i
n-xhrazeehing of the tindlya an riebel asthre tSoY-ay his or her care; and any person Inter- but the board had no authority, and if the man had been one of their own
.'.I hat rcmaInce hoain gor t tharAy be. Itp hr been ptoeday fe ing with or thdiseeng the ahor- it was left with the Board of Public kin.
';, c' "e cum a, ing o, the separa- in referenc to the question, and there i io ^to"r we or oine, er f,^ T Iiht In tbu h tos
is no doubt that the same will masty beof such condring the latter orto other person Woks. The lhts n that section t When I ourneyed in iberia I was
naturally and e t u- in charge of such ar shall be punish was taed, only burned a shot period, often struck, without understanding t,
II.ptniii enc Lsea with ted e de by a fine of fifty dollars ($50) or and not as th contract called for. with the care which my Tungus or
-_ . ._e w" Imprlsonmem 2 ftr thirty (30) days. Mongol would take not to uselessly:
The ord tnane, 'wieh will be sen take effect immediately upon its pa-- kill any animal. The fact is that every
EVERYONEto the City c with a request: twoe an dapprovalbythe Mayor. L life is respected by a savage, or,rthr

that it be p se d. wis asen read by when the two ordinances were discussedll ert was before became n contact withe l




VERYONE iS t thlows: be presented with the request that U I I contact with the whites and bad got a
secretary Jos. It eas been ssepaeddt. lengh from them tIf he kills an athe qumal, ick t hiring





I-To Be Entitle an Ordinance to Re */ A FM t'1 re*stare this important organ to its among the anisals-the hyena, for in-
Oupon by a anmrg Cas Along th learned atme ength b t mears ho day? Fornt over 50 years it has been eatinfor ood or for clothing, but he does
loawyersof the gate, and ItIsbe lieved were present. and upon learning that iondltiom of thousands of person. inot destroy life, as the whites do, for

lawyers o the t and it is believed the net meeting of the cocil curing Their gestomachs have gone back on they are outlaws. As to the great an- r.
Sb a mbe subjected. T ill be month, was decided to request of thne Biliousness Pocr Appetite al world as a whole, savage children that
tsmitd u the eonrc with a P Maor Bss that a special meeting be withDiarrhoea. the b es t It and see In it
qt t it bhe r ,t is as fol- called, when the two ordinances will HOSTETTER'S er. they had been for a long time i
loBe it oraine by the Mayor an Copresente A ug. 2.-Since his ar- Krpcontact with the whiteenth Century.d bad got
A STOMACH BITTERS revolver. Of coure there are rascals
o. k ..U~el a. O e MAY BECOME restore this important organ to its j among the animals-the hyena, for in-
iire g Cer Comnnies nd wont igor. Then why not start to- stance, or the uhiewunouse or the man
olties Opsreng Cars Alog the R P B day? For over 50 years it has been !eating tiger, but these do not count;
i' yo~' h hadv nely had i:. Etres Of the Ol Pf S cola to' A REPUBLIC curing digestion, Dyspepsia, Costive., they are outlaws. As to the great ani-
try Li fu he al Ftwnie nte Car P- Com- ness, Biliousnes, Pctr Appetite, I mal world as a whole, savage children 1
rtead i e If .You hare ai- Icourse, For Wb ed Colrd Cramps and Diarrhoea. Try it and' are taught to respect It and see in It
Byre tied usi o cre 9acr. By Associated Press. see. an extension of their own kln.--Prince i
Be it ordi ed theMayor and ha enAug. 2.-Since h -


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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Cor. Jntendencia and Bell PhonU,
Baylen Sts. 570.
No job to big or small for us We do work in any part of the
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Pensacola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Speolal Weekly Rates for Table Beard.


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little you'll not miss the amount.
MARSTON & QUINA,
1C8,U10 S. Palafox St. Phone 148, Penacola, Fla.


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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL

The attention of merchants and advertisers
in general is directed to the fact that The
Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the county outside
of the city who does not take the daily,
Advertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
tically all of the city people and a large parttof
the country people; but an advertisement in
both the DAILY and the WIEIKLY will reach
all of them-both city and country.
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a compila-
tion of the local and telegraphic news which
has been published in the daily during the
week, and it reaches every subscriber in time
for him to read on Sunday.
Wo PeM ao mrrss.cha a hat o --oe
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Dime Missionary Society meets this
eve-tg t 4 oclock in the basement of
0 Pa= o M. E. church.
The Milwaukee Sentinel says: The
Nev John Daly, assistant pastor of St.
iJoa's cathedral, has been appointed
aoctal lecturer for the Wisconsin
State Federation of Catholic Societies,
the appointment having been madbe by
Archbishop S. G. Messmer. Father
Daily will be a member of the execu-
tive committee of the state organiza-
tio and will make a lecture tour to
the various parishes with a view to:
strengthening the order and organix-,
ing new county societies.
Mr. O. E. West returned last night
ftrm Texas, Colorado, and an extend-
ed tour of the West generally.
Mr. Clifford Fulghum and sister
Mtes Vera left Tuesday night for their
old home in Valaosta, Ga., where Miss
lrleyne Fulghum is receiving the
loveliest social attentions. Miss Vera
wrl remain some time but Mr. Clif-
ford will go to Macon and Indian
i lpings before returning home. Mr.
DAre Fulghum has returned from
Valddsta and the Springs.
Mr. B. D. Beers has gone to Rock
Alum Springs, Va., for his health.
Miss Ida Davis leaves this morning
for Point Washington where she will
visit numerous friends.
MISS NELLIE ROBERTS
S1NGMdG IN 0410.
The Ohio Miami Valley Chautau-
qia-July 21 to August 7--o which
Mr. F.Gillum Cromer of Dayton, O., is
president and general manager, num-
1ers charming Miss Nellie Katharine
Roberts soloist of Pensacola, among
its attractions for Friday, August 4.
Her friend Miss Alma Bergetta iPrice
of Cincinnati, was on the program yes-
terday. The friends of both young
ladies will be interested to hear of
their artistic conquests.
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING
MEET FRIDAY.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Daughters of the King Friday after-
noon at 4:30 in the choir room of,
Christ church.
FLORIDA SUMMER PORTS
ILLUSTRATED.
When a prominent resident of Pen-
sacola grumbled yesterday that a man
had been enthusing to him over a lot
of pictures and made him late to din-
ner and declared that he had-"never
seen a picture that was worth a nickel

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or a minute of time"--the writer won-
dered it he had seen the current issue
of Mayor Bliss's June magazine, "Sum-
mer Sports in Florida."
In addition to numerous half tone
pictures of special local interest such
as "The Country Club," "The Pensa-
xola Boat Club at Night," "Daily Salt
Water Bath in Little Bayou," "Eggs
from nest of Big Sea Turtle," "Where
Fresh Water Fish Abound," and other
views in black and white, there are
two pictures in colors that certainly
are worth more than a nickel and sev-
eral minutes of the busiest man's time.
One is the naming frontispiece
"Spearing Flounders at Night" and
the other a "Large Sea Turtle Caught
near Pensacola."
A GOOD STORY OF
MR. GLADSTONE.
One day .Miss Dorothy Drew posi.
tively refused to get up and her grand-
father, Mr. Gladstone, was called to
overawe the rebel. "Why don't you
get up, Dorothy?"' he asked. "Be-
cause the Bible doesn't approve of
early rising, grandfather," was the
unexpected reply. "Really, Dorothy,"
said the astonished statesman, "you
must be mistaken." 'No, no, I'm not,"
she persisted. "Here it is." And she
turned up the second verse of the
One Hundred ana' Twenty-seventh
Psalm, "It is vain for you to rise up
early." The ok8 parlimentarian had
nothing more to say. The argument
floored him.-London Tatler.
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THE CREDULITY OF WOMEN.
Chairman Shonts of the isthmian
Canal Commission, said of a famous
engineer the other day:
"Like many another great man, he
has a simple and childlike mind. A
baly could take him in. He has the
credulity of a woman."
Mr. Shonts smiled.
"The credulity of a woman," he said.
"The credulity of a mother, a wife, a
sweetheart. Is there anything on
earth to equal that rare and wonderful
credulity?
"But to illustrate woman's credulity:
"A young man entered the drawing-
room of the girl whofmhe was soon to
merry.
"The girl came duwn to meet him
with a severe trown on her pretty
face."
"'Jbhn.' she said, 'father saw you
this morning going into a pawnbrok-
ers with a large 'undle.'
"John flushed. Then he said in a
low voice:
"'Yes, that is true. I was taking
the pawnbroker some of my old
clothes. You see, he and his wife are
frightfully hard up.'
"'Oh, Jack, forgive me." exclaimed
the young girl. 'How really noble you
are."-New Orleans States.
PLATTSMOUTH (NEB.)
EVENING JOURNAL.
Mrs. W. E. Maxon of Pensacola.
Fla., who has been visiting with her
mother Mrs. McKay, for the past
month will leave to-morrow for an ex-
tended trip through the west. She


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Waka WLL INTEREST MANY. L, DIAB ICS AND ALL W
WeddingCakesaSpecialty Every person sTould know that good ISHMIT.


COAT FOR THE SMALL GIRL.
This smart coat will fit in for many pattern is followed, the side seams
uses during the umaser time. Origi. flaring generously,. a4d the irouts dn-
S on henri- iheu wRih a suggestion of a littlee vest
aly hhioned from a aaret henri- inside the braiding. The -,.e collar:
etta with a art braldng in black over the shoulders is ln t sO l"ns,'
sad old, the et will appear to ad- the braiding occupying th. eage. The
vrntala t alrbAt ap eWoor or combi- sleeve is a loose puty moel, caught
aatiok that ar be iMcted. fhe ba' lanto a pointed calf at the wrist.


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healtn is Imp--iolle if 'he kidneys are
dc-anged. Fole:'s Kidney Cure will
cure kidney and bladder difeae .A'h
every ftrm, sad will build up a4ol
streatthen theee ormszs so they *Uil
perform tbeir functions properly. N6i
Danger of Bright's diseate&br diabetes
Sit Foley's Kidney Cure taken In
tinme.


OLD PEOPLE

AND THEIR ?OUBLES
SOld te hawe more of the a,-.
ache aul diuc orta of life than ,-o .9
nrg. Thfis ia perfectly natural ',
cas tbhi b iod s aCot so viru..
ter wa of resistance so great
o 1mbkl thtsa younger. Ihalhy co. ,
tit cOU rest often feict them.


pEOPLE AND EVENTS


San ,Hcard and Ioe Amon Th2sc Wh Go, Come
mod TrrywWVina ad Socidety, Hete ma Elewbere


I L; P*- n acinto irtm ualveston ann sent :.
JOYED THE TRIP AND GOOD! Kandy Kitchen Cafe, offman island yesterday for obse-
NADINE FACE POWDER is com- .. ... .... vtion a s to fever symptoms, were
pounded and purified by a newly dis- THINGS SO GENEROUSLY PRO- na toge fever qarasy ne to -das, were
fe t=cbarged from quarantine to-day.
covered process. Produces a beaut- ,,40 S. PalaloxL Phone 999 ,The two patients from the Seguranca
ful, soft, velvety appearance, which VIDD. i were fart convatescing to-day.
remains until washed off Ladies who
use Nadine Face Powder are sure the CONVENTIO- OF THE
Inclemen"tCONVENTI OF THE
complexion will be oi't and lovely at Notwithstanding the inclement NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE.
close of the evening. weather Weaneday, between fifty an and the long tables were rapidly filled -
THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALE.D! sixty children, many of them accom- n' th e ea-c. little ones. Fish chow- By associated Pr...
Buy one 50-cent green package of paniedi by their mothers, enjoyed the der was fir't in order and it was fMI-! New York. Aug. 2.-The National
Nadine Face Powder, and if you are alvation A:.-.v outing at the LIe' Iowed by the balance of the goodle',!i NegroBusineass League, of which
not entirely satisfied, notify us and Saving Station and speat tevralhy bla o thwoo'lock i oke-eg B-T.WaoBlngstonss presiodef
weIl N mt in ourmthe feast concluding at two o'clock IBooke- T. Washington Is president,
e oldwil pr l eating drugsts o ma- ing apply on the tGul ea~ ant ith ice cream, ca, cakelemonade anti will hold Its smith annual convention
Sold by all leading druggists, or mail in the pavilion, and testing upon.te' ~- a waste. 'in this city on August 16 17 and 1.
price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, good things so gtnerouly provided l i A large proportion of those who;FOur hundred negro bulaine, men.
preparedonly by he occasion. At the Santa Rosa P-njoyerd e outing ha; never seen representing every state in the union,
NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. vilion through the genero.ty of .la.l- he gulf and were amazed at the break- are expected to attend. Several prom
Sager Burton, everything was tree. in ,surf. Nothing of the kind has eve': nent men have been asked to ad-
Bathing suits ere furnished to tho~eo rore been given here. One woma;a dress t.he convention.
will be accompanied by her sister, who desired them and an elegant din- ho s present with two little chil-:
Mrs. J. F. Burley, as far as Denv er, n of fih powder, fried fish, al : ren sand t' at, although she had live New S-jit Filed.
which is Mrs. Burley's home. From wiches, cakca, ice cream, pies, ; r ary i thirt a et s in Pensacola The following new suit was filed in
there Mrs. Maxon will go on to -ade, fruts, candes and other arie. he ha never had an opportunity othe office of the clerk of the circuit
lowstone Park and the Pacific coast too numerous to -mention, was servd cross the bay before. court yesterday:cr
taking in the exposition on the way. at the long tables--and the way Captain Broadlent, of the Life Sav- . Jennings vs. J. C. Van Pelt, as
She expects to spend about a month those youngstr:: made the food di6-ing Statlon welcomed the party to ts. sheriff an ex-offco administrator of
on this trip. On her return she will arpear was a ca.rtlon. Citation (n exmaine the workings of Matha A. TLewis, deceas, and I.
probably be joined by her mother in The rain, which fell steadilvythe varicus cintrivances used by ;urcell. foreclosure of mortgage, Les
Denver and they will return together throughout the ea.-ly morning houb-', Uncle Sam's life savers, afterwards lie E Brooks, attorney for plaintiff.
to Piattsmouth. kept man'- awa:- who would otherwis~.coming over to the pavilion to assist'
Mrs. Maxon will return to her home have attended and, !n order to get tn in entertaining the children. i
int Pensacola in September and shortly! crowd together, it was necessary fot" The return trip was begun at 3
thereafter she will go with her hus-i Capt. Norris and his aids to make sev- c,,lock, the party reaching the city,
bana: to Panama where Mr. Maxon has eral calls after the announced hour of Iat 4
charge under the government of the starting, which delayed the start until' The outing was a distinct success
installation of the water works in nearly 10 o'clock. Finally, however, i rom every standrtoint and much credit
Panama City.-Plattsmouth (Neb.) all who were going were safely on is due Cantain and Mrs. Norris and
Evening Journal. board Lue excursion boat Rambler an' their able aids in carrying it through.' I
_&_ the start was made for the run across Mr. Burton an;i several ladies wio
AT THE GATE. tLe bay. were at The pavilion when the c-owd
Lost in the dusk, he walked life's A Jolly Crowd. arrived also lid much to make the out TE IG A WITH M
maze; It was a jolly crowd of youngsters ing pleasureable and one long to be
Heartsick, he turned him toward that swarmed upon the upper deck of remembered b:- the beneficiaries. IT'S ALL ACCOUNT OU 0
the gate tne vessel as she headed out from the
To break the woven mesh of days slip and the pent up feelings weie Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. A N
And dare the final word of fate. soon given vent in song, which was; Foley's Honey and Tar has curel JJ, A N L I
kept up nearly all the. distance across many cases of asthma that were con.
But as he stood before the door, the bay. The Jasperson sisters, o :d hired hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bue,-- Is ar-y, .twi-yw & ak
With burning touch an unseen hand i Baldwin county, Ala., who have been ing, 701 West Third St.cet, Davenport, purpe d CLLIW G UP
brote: "Turn, nor seek new life. assistig Captain Norris in the Army Icwa, writes: "A severe cold contracted O g y,
before work for the past ten days, rendered twelve years ago was neglected until iti
The old life thou canst understand." a number of vocal aid instrumentalnally g ew into asthma The best S ATD A
-New Orleans States. selections during the trip, both going medical skill available could not give' SA T U R D A Y J
and coming and their music added nie more than temp rary relief. Foley' -A
Sales of Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- greatly to the pleasure of the 03- Honey "and Tar was recommended and As pportuait to su
nilla Extracts are rapidly itcreasng., asion. one flfty-cent bottle entirely cured mlej at a a10 MVING. You
The output from our factory in July As soon as the boat was made fast of asthma which had been growing ons t a l at have an
was the largest ever known. Ask your to the landing at the island the me for twelve years, and if I had taken i that
grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- crowd made a rush for the gulf beach, i at the start I would have been ODD AND
nilla. Takes less. Flavors perfectly, and for seve-al minutes Man er cavel years of suffering." W. A., ODD AND
Burton was k.pt buas passing out' D'Alembe te, druggist and apothecary.
REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND bathing slit o thote who desired to The i glMatonrs REAL
lake a din in the surf. Probably UNIVERSITY OF THE the day sad date, SAT
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK twenty availed themselves of the op-
THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA portunity, the small children of the STATE OF FLORIDA.
MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO. party contenting theminlves with wad- Embrac.g ie i u ts I
ing In the shallow water close to the mbracig the following subjects:
shore or gathering shells upon I Language and Literature-A four-e y e r I
ly Fas n Featre beach A number took possession year course !in o the degree ofl
/y Fashion Feature tile swings In 'e paviln and enjed achelor of Aits. Greek is not re Feet Furishei
themselves in that manner, while the quitrebut e i offered as an elective
S: cthe -s were in the water .hou Ght te SDivie Int. South Palafox St, ,
SA Sumptuous Dinner, throe courses, 1. Chemical course e;
Soon after the bathers had come Mathemati4al course; Natural History
From the surf dinner was announced, !ourse. No Greek and only entrance
Latin is requir?- in these courses. All
^ --~~- -- ~- -- > -.-- four-year courses.e
IMPORTANT SCIENTIFIC DISCOV- II. Agricult ure-Four-year and two-
ERY. year coursrs.
IV. Engineer:nng-Four-year cmrzes o H O O TO N 'Sc I
SA Clinical Preparation That Positively in Mecharical. Civil and Electricali n I
SKill . andr er Engineering, also a two-year course
SKills the Dandruff Germ. ,, Meehanlcs. No Latin or Greek is CT nTC iII ,
S*A most important -discovery has required in III. or IV. The full cour.-e; FRl E THIS W qVr-.l
been made after a year's patient lab- undcr II.. III. and IV. lead to the de-
-oratory work aimed in a certain direc- gree of Bachelo" of Scienre; the short TO itroduce sHoto
tion-It is Newl'ro's Herpicide, a prep- co:ures ti.a Certificate of Proficiency., ir .oI.
aration tiiat prevents falling hai,. and! V. Pharmacy--A full two-year course der, we will give t
.itsff .I, speedily and permanently eradicates 'o be bejun ir. September 1.0)6. cent bottle of the P
dandruff. These evils are caused by a VI. Norma:- T:hee courses for a 25-C. nt To
germ of parasite that burrows into the teachers: A one--year course leading to i a o wrn T
scalp, throwing u, dandruff, as it a ce-rtficate, A three-year course lead- the Powder and the
I l seeks to sap the life of the hair at the !fng to an L. I Diploma; A four-year If *et, o.. bot ar
Sroot. There's no ba.dness w:thcut course leading .o the degree of Bache- ifc.t Or or 0 af
falling or thin hai-. on thin hair with- ior of P-dagogy. will be refunded a
out dandruff, and no dandruff if the, An ample corps of competent teach-
Si Ngermigerm is destroye-. Newbro's Herpl-irs. A high er:,rieulum--Expenses in- n
cide is the only preparation that willcluding 120 t, $150 per year. Fall. U IU1 u A l u l
do the work. "Destroy the cause. you :crm opens September 27, 1905. Send
will remove the effer-t." Sold by leadl-. or Cataloefe. Is tree from all acit
Sng druggists. For sale by W. A. ANDREW EILEDD, P.-eident. ii i_ t t
S'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, Lake City, Fl rida. injurirOU to thCe tec
S11 S. Palafox. Send 10 cents for sam reqth and aid
plie to The Hcrpicide Company, De A Warnin to Mother. ,
troit, Mich. Too much cere canno. be used with P
.. small children during tge hot weethor glad tO show eithbi
of the suminmer months to guaard IItUl a ny time,
a'rainst bowel troubles. As a rule it
Sis nly necessary to give the child a" M AIL ORDERS
I rder of the bowels. Do not use any, P O^ .
S!substitute, bt gve the old-fashioned PHONE

-asor oil anls| th3r ;t s fre, n ai THE BIRTHn PLACE O
dency to gripe. If this does not cheek ...
the bowe:e "ive Chamb-rlain's Colcl --
f -I Cholora and D ar'rhl ea Re"naly and ] -
i B i il then a d,.sc O c-i.:or oil and the diV -_ _ __R

fA TU RD AY ease will be c!u.crke] in its ,ncivlenc?.
MI Uiiii and all danger avoided. The castor -P Wi NAVE IT, IT
Soll and this remedy shoul.i be procurel
at once and kept ready for instant use _
RVDc IN wa. soon as the 9rst indication of any I
ANY STYLE most .uccessful treatment known an'd
may be -relied upon wiin implci con- -----
fidence even in cases of cholera infan- W HAVE JUST RECEIVD A
\ r ,tum. For sal, by all d.t'gglsts. I EBR A _D OUGtfl' LSOURI A


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d, grit and anything that is
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Uweatheer ine; freoea *ahners; mneon
shipments ove, f odder ~#BBs wW In
order; coB oro in*red, and very
OUR fine; sugar gae v.rt' prospects.
OUR We were shown yesterday a stalk of
cane utkhp frhe the lmred and
I t-wenty acre field of the Coheaett
l N IAInN 'Syrup Compny's plantation which
VUN uIv showed tan (10) purple points, meas-
uring four tfet, three lqcbes (4%)ft)
Sof purple and the'swhoe stalk from
tip to foot was eleven (11) feet. We
THE PARTING challenge Louasaia to beat that and-
WILL BE SWEET. shall be glad to read that any other
WLpart of West Forida can equal It and
report through The Journal.
Discharged from Quarantine.
New York. Au. 2.-Four of the five
persons taken from the steamer San


Drist the etrtl war I contract-d .b
tarrb sad sured with its eff~w, f
mear ears. I tired various r ,1..
4Df dtobrs ut with no sood r.,.
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wa the meoine I wa tnoI need of and I
began its se at one. My health *l
dridAl caad asIl was etting alo in
o ,aIAdL moat of the pains ani a..
meats inidet to that time of life. hb:
tr trh k g thl great remedy tor *w uh,
man S o 2i:0r a"n m soon tound m4,
alIf a strong, wen man. I am fow ,.o
than y years of age, but my hb J:h
Poods be*anA Itao s olemional bo.'
f ._.lb. otinrh nqwlit as a t r
a&d blood pMSer,l ad I rseImiond t
to th.eo Sedi3 eh a remedicin.
eordybe, Ark. L. S. LOCKtIk".
Rheomatic pais, Sleeple" nis-.
fckle appetite, etc., are not imagn~ -.
with old eole, ais sometimes thoir
They need a medicine that winl s:,-,;
their blood witithts lost vigor and h:.:..
up and strengthen their crnstztt;t:,,
SS. S. S. a the ideal remedy for Old P-
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berb and barks, and does' rt injnur, "le
system in the least as do thoe mrcin -"e
containing mineral ingrtlien:<. ., .,
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boning up the stomach, prrnoti'n t.:e .I.
gestion'ad building up the ent:re : e=#
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The Journal-s Classlifed Cash Advertisements

j One omt-a o-- -- -i--en. e advrtuen-t takea fwrl tfae 99. X -pee---rt- b.y thW%&ig6A.
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Are You Donating to a Landlord?
WF 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 DUn
Soon Own a Home of Your Own.
WE CAN START YOU RIGHT. IF YOU CAN'T BUY A
S $3 HOME., UY ONE FOR $1,00--ANYWAY, GET
4" STARTED, AND YOU'LL BE SURPRISE HOW EASY
\ IT IS TO KEEP UP THE SMALL PAYMENTS. ASK
At U&


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Pensacola Investment Co.
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Forisn. 7 REAL ESTATE
FOR SALB-1 show case 221nx271nl
3ft; 1 Triplicate Mirror French | LOA DIFNT:
Plate Glass 18x40; 1 Wall Mirror,, 'LOANS, RENTS
French Plate Glass 18x40. 1 arc liht r
for gas; Mlllner'sB and Head; AND INSURAN
lot Millinery Fxtures: 1 heating
stove; 6 Yellow Pine Tables; lot of
aslmving. Going out of business. S. L.
Benham, 32 West Government St., We cannot vet forth in this
Pe ,acola. limited space inducements of-
tmAI%- A nyy furtume gs #% 61-U


FOR SALr-3 Barber Chairs for sale.
609 S. Pelafox St. lauglm*
FOR SA r-Oae dray and harness.
Apply 212 E. Gregory. laug-w*
FOR SALE-A quarter block in New
City, containing 5 lots, with large
oak trees on OMe, very covnienly
located to 'car Tine, gas and water
mains and situated in excellent neigh-
.borbood. To a quick -unchaser will
sell cheap. Address P. 0. Box 529.
City. laug2w*
FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $60a.
Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court Hous3.
laug


brer by your deaungs witm thisa
office.
Will Buy or Sell
Your Property az right prices.
Special Care Given
Rents and collections. Ask for
our list of houses.
We Loan Money
At reasonable rates and upon
short notice.
Fire, Life and Accident
InIutn* hce beat com nanmi* 4n


REAL ESTATE


-FOR SALE


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


600
800
2350


Real Estate Bougift and Sold. Rents
Colected. Money Loaned.


LESLIE E. BROO00S
2041/Y Palafox, Fisher Building

9oardi and Rooms,
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
electric light, phone and bath. Large
front room, with bay window. 10 N.
Palafox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2auglm*
ROOMS IN PRIVATE FAMILY-Cen-
tral location. Near hotel, and first-


L Si IAN.V.-'rVs. t tlSm. i ,w 7 Trssa-wr. I FOR SALE--Two second-hand upright the world. walk from class board toice a nd depot. Con-
f ini e if desired. No. 12 E. Government. Gve Us aTrial venient to car lines. Reasonable rates.
Slagtisw Give Us a Trial Address with references, "North."care
215 South Palafrx Ste4t, Penseeela. Forida. I' -ug ouWi pe- Journal. 29jlylw*
i, of lhdtSf,Pn a FA PROFITABLE IN7ESTMENT-3 You Will Be Pleased.
good material used, neatly painted cation on bay shore; boating, hath-
WANTED HELP WANTED throughout, with g ood water and new L.S. o Ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. C.
Sw refncing Insurance paid u. V p BROW N & Co Herman, at lshervllle. 3Junslm.
t1 r ih-" VWAN.TiD at No. 17 West YOUNG MAN with a horse or bicycle three years. Two already bargained
., i c 2auZg6w' can find permanent position with for on time payments t> the one thati 200 Theisen Bld'g PARTIES who want to rent housed,
The Journal. Apply at once to circu- Luys at a large advance above what I teams or anything else for taat
. :: a& housekeeper laijon manager. ask for eash. They are now rented "I *WE SELL LOTS matter, wll find The Journal Want
.,i -a ,d white woma.Widow at $16.50 per month for the three. Ads a great helpI
k ir~w Mrs. R. A. Smith. ANTED-A first-claa collector and Don't miss the opportunity. Apply to , , .
i : iery. laugn* solicitor. Apply L. 0. Kauffman, Ro- Jno. H. Kdhler, care Saunders Mill Co.t.. BAY HOTL-Open night and day.
mam and Patafoxz ts., rpetalrs. Phone 717. 29Jlylw* MiscellaneoOUS luropean plan. Rooms jight an6d
S (, i,, K-Apply Corner Thir- 2auglw* clean. Transient trade soloted, E575
... ,: lavis streets. 293lyl w* OR ALE, STEAMBOAT-Sultable TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES VA. B79 South Palato0. Jos. S. Nicolas,
WANTBD-Energe. c mai. each. ooun- for freight and passengers. 85 fCet LISE AND GRIPS, all thoroughly; P o aoev.
V -N \T i buy an extra ood ty to poW signs, advertise and distri-' long. Great bargain. Write box 837' and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's
. in Pensacol or In Sa bute samplessalary$18 weekly, $3Tampa, Fla.,for photo and parUls- big repair shop. Send them down. to
"* cheapp for e. Ad s b s sa .-rs.r23J1y2_ e .... ... in ney oan.
I ,, cheap for c Ad per day for expenses, hooty eand so. a. 29Jly2w Mon e -oL
*. V Soule, Mary Ethei.. Bt. briety more e.ssentiaj than experience. 0O TO TURTON fr all sams gfima &'
.... Fla. 2Jly National Co., 70 Chestnt St., Phila- C meras loadedM and ualaded tree PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do MONEY TO LEND-On good real s
SA.L, Any girl n need of lead-' delphia. augandg ch2e. He makes bMt phou. tuning and repairing. Guarantee tte aeourit., or on good collateral,
,, advice, etc., will d at graphIs the Wsouth. L3 years a lead etisfaction. 17 years experience. J. at lowest rates Leslie & Br okk
a d wilhng assistance by ap.LEARN TUIjGRAPHY and R. R. Ac- -* Ila I Cunrad Scott, 243 E. Gregory. 28jlylm* Fisher building.
h; e Matron of the Salvation i nt nL. $50 to $190 a month sal- PITN STAVES AND HEADINGS for REGULA MAIL LINE-Good convey. MONaY ,OAN2D on an a and al
R esue Home, 33'd St. and ave- y Sured our graduates under bond.1 sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship-' ance for traveling public. Daily ser. ai of personal property. payable
F m l ingham, Ala. d. Our six ec hols the larIest in Amer- ment. T. J. Whitted, Bonitay, Fla. I vice each way. Prom Uhlpley to Bay. rekly or moaty. W ha YOU ee
S ca and endorsed by all railroads. 122Jlylm*, head. Address J. M. Tggle, Chipley, money, see im. J. A. Wi.st%, 22% W.
.ANTI..-The Merchants Tra-ser Write f r catalogue. Morse School of FOR A-. C4me onmet sUt, Salisbury building
-. .its your moving and having. Telegraphy, Cacinnati, 0., Buffalo, N. OR SALE-Combination horse, 7, n ea
t-rakage guaranteed. T. B. Tbor. Y.. Atlanta, Ga., L Cro3e, Wis., Tex- years old, 16 hands, sound and gen- A REAL ESTATs E .. .- ...-..- s
. ,. Phone 97L 18junelm. arkana, Tex.. Sa ranc i o C a' te. Also registered broad marde. A REAL MBTAT la al parts of city. MONET LANED s good raeaC e
. T. ka- T- a -" , E. Hinman, Century, Fla. 6jly, ou buy tha lound aad we win t"' security s say aamoat A
NF-To buy for cash, "ewepYr lypo-l tm.Rp
.. American National Bask WANTED.-A. to in feent coun- WALL TINTS by experts; result. U 4OW ~I 0, Bale Weon
t o. s- i o price. Address J. L. J., ties in Flo a to hanSle Alpine Safe guaranteed. Fairohild and Rice Phone m s --- o
y.' J.urn 13jun"2m* and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo: 485. 1?julylm AILOfING-- L DIamand, Tago, MONYT LOANWD on ail kinds of pea
Safes Ae 'e dR lI iAnhimaeagiednw O 5All".. .....a..o..
WAN L- Y our ele r ic --w des crit tint. very FOR SALE.-Two par extra flu e ro l.d a
pai. ca n o fa, e sca Mres Peaola, Fla.. .Flo- condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- We Government L Pensacola. 28% South Palaox St. hone 114
Phonl't a suola Electrc Co, Ida State gen 28une. baker wagon..W. S. Garfield. 4June. Oie Suor
corner I.T eLd.ea, and BayleL Mr O R Any intelligent peran may earn a FOR SAL --One Choice black on top O Ne DOLAR AND FpY UNl MITUSiaut of nuI to as
- good Income Coeeponding for new. of atae ridge east of the electrleo C T or cowee.em Leawve ords opec- rates lI to busim s e poa lampr
S!VORASSO & cO received another PPers;a no caa ln; rexperienuoe railway, between 7-th and 8th streOf. eao;''"st Istend eala.Her loan The New Yorki Lo.a Co. l2gS
-i,. pnmnt of rn;p'red pure olive oil. unnecessary. Send for particulars. Nature has favored this section and it rs as ter d ser. Honng aTh eNlalK
.e re~aild ia .our o hal.t gallons r Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. I .,O
iquarts.N. Y. 13une3m CHICKEN WHEAT s R RE- SAILMAKER. sh sn
AN E D-The people of Pensacola .Makes owls espeally well Savored.. a ALAFOX
t.N. Albor e Toble Jo ulor ae Melen & Co Phonea 3 t 10rents, awnings camp stools and house MON te ih N AON
Wats Atic.Printiree probea lo r yta WFatcBel Ch Rings and all kinds
p are expe,. detecties, and can! A LIrun four months PGood FOR SAL*-At a areecs. resalta onae. a cuateral ty at lowest rare of
ihe mhau you are cooking for it SALE-Al a accoast. fuRnit Interest Ursas is redeemed
E i Inc"lutied Ia the 25,000 or 30,' mS new. FMest bargain Itn*d- store's -stock &64 W a ao sCan 8&l a
.la Phillips, Room 4. 7% Palafor. 2aunglm* Do.K aAL-140-roo hooUe, urw R
.e u andp ot- oar, fm t n Ptlatof d No. 4X FOR RENT-One 7-room house, 40040 CITY o t 8
VANT D-Haulng and transtiro FOR SAILre-South ha'f block 211 192 Oas carl te. For partlealrem la- W. Garden, corner of Reus. Apply
a o.k Ohice phone 363. Reside-ce fring 400 b et on 13th street byj ire of Standard ClMthbg O. 412 West Garden. 30jul3t*
r P-.e 390. Acosta White 22-8 N. 137% feet n By View Park; also J a FOR RENT-A 7-room hMuse on Big
Aa rrogona2 h south half Of block 111, fronting 400 FOR SALE Second-hand cash res-t you; furnished for the summeIr;
WANTE--orer for The Journat Ifeet on 14th St.d by 17T feet on Bay ter in perfect condition. WillU 2 on water front large yard, shade Gi
special Pensacola and Pasama Caaml tView Park. .The only property adjoin- cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can tr wees ide dean serants' quar-
Edm:uon, which will shortly appear. ing Bay View Park that is now for be seen at James McHugh's. 22mdrs t excellentn neghbora neauca W Orks
Wirl comtaia half-tone pictures of city,':ale. The beautitl irew down the DO YO- want to b or sell anythtan? line. Will rent cheap. Address 497.
ha'.o* and special scenes. 15costbao and down the bay can never be_ A Ite want ad wllbrinsgweaderftl care Journal. 30ji MEMBERSHIP RATES 1.00 PER
Lwave orders at Journal o~ce. 'obstructed. A. V. Clubba. 30jly M i '&The cast is toto S a -MONTH.
iTavetA-aecoua AVCb results. The sst ao o FOR RENT-Office ro-wm with show Ladles and Gent's Clothing cleaaad,
TANT T -Secoma'ana Cor e !FOR SAL" CHRAP-My three-year- to y - window. Apply a. 34 S. Palafox. dyed and repaired. Goods called for
on toientsee olSiked. OtWr O old Berkshire herd toar, Duke fat (FOR SALEFresh b tter, cream, 19jlylm- and delivered.
rs Melles a ( ^^^. r0I'orida. No. 68,923. AI) some line sweet milk. and buttermilk, d-.' ABELL & FINCH, PROPS,
S. Mellee & Co. .0muh alcf young pigs. 1 sIx-nonths-old boar. all livered at any, time of day. No. 405' FOR RENT-Twelve-room dwelling 140 movement St,
A R. BINGHAM wants your novin registered ad transferred. Carl Set- E Belmont street. Phone 907. 7jlylm* Corner Hayne and inBelmont Suitable Phone No. 163. Pensacola, Fla..
and hauling. He guarantees all break! terlind, Chipley, Pla. 18jly for boarding house. Apply W. S. Gar6
rtv. Phone 630. M.-- eld 12july


SiCONI,-rAND FURUNITUi&,. Houm.
hold Articles. Jewelry and any sale
a^ Article wanted. We pay Cs'
it-: it Addrme P. Bo 3253 City.

'THE RENTAL BUSINESS is o
Lptc.aity ad your busine4 wiU
ctv-: careful attemt Di. Hale WU-

STION WANTED-Young lady
'.- nposiion as stenographer.
n (:y or cnurnry town. Corm-
S:. ood io figures. References.
G. U. S.. care Journal. Sjlylm*

LOST
S B of 15. narMe Alfred Ben-
s mall scar on chin. Lftt
uly 14. presumably for Bag-
c work Notify Miss Lulu
S Heinberg St., omoo&




MRST AND CORN MEAL MILL .
Sr. GONXAL & COO, Pni e
MaaufttmlmI
CHI0CE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEe. I
ur y our mew ad sta f". tra I
Some manutecaurer, eommoog-.
*Industo enoribute to home
Bt.e and leave y ur mw a yel



| B. VRI6HT A&
Manufacturers of
it : Dealers in
L BU* TL S. 9
L"S AND KILN.
51 SAPL


FOR SALE.-I an Florida State Agent
for Fire sad Burglar Proof Safes and
Vault Fixture of all descriptions
msaufactared by Alpine SaWe an 1
Lock Company of Cinclhwat, Ohio.I
Conuniate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
ritt Moreno, PeUMOol, .


F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Office. Brosnahan building, next
to Pensacala Business College.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pmnsacola, Fla.


2June. "
THU WEWT HI WOOD YARD eas BEGINNING TO-DAY NICK APOS
supply you with stogW wood, blocks, TLE WILL SERVE REGULAR 50C
oak wood. t wood. pl knots, or DINNERS FOR 25C. TRY THEM
kindling. n phaS. 1058. C. jI IAND IF THEY ARE-INOT AS REP-
Williams. proprttor, r G St.. and RESENTED, THEY COST YOU
Jackmon. imayIl NOTHING.


for Rent.

715 Net Say. ........ ..*****
304 North w Sprin ..............o. 0
House m PIwloe Wharf ....
21 West Romma .............. am
314 E~aU S-M ........ .10
806 West oe .............. 1M
OcefvLm NSear Stdd rts....... 120
421 East eaetme t ............1100
MONEY TO -LbAN AT THE LOW
EST MARKET HATE-OF INTEREST.


FOR RENT-New five-room cottage
on car line, corner 1I.th street apdI
8th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
gallery. 12july
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o;
cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox street. June
FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor*.
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno. 216 East Zarr-
goesa. 26m:


GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

Merchants Transfer Go.
Ther. Thorsen, Prop.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TC
BAGGAGE SAY OR NIGHT.


PHONE 978.
P. O. COX, 7;.


NORTH HILL PROPERTY.
Six desirable building lots at



EAST HILL PROPERTY
A Nice Home, 505 E. Gadsden, 7 rooms, at
*1,890.


aSU OUR BOARD FOR BARGAIN.
We Avertise Free.


Professional Directory.

DR. R. G. BUCKNER,
SPECIALIST
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office 7V/2 V. Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.


PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
AttorneyatvLaw.
Room 405 Thiesen Building.

THOS. PEBLEY,
LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE 559.

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


GEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTO RN EY-AT-LAW.
Room 600 Thiesen B'd. Phone 734


WELSH & SMITH,
DENTISTS.
PHONE 525.

DR. JNO. 8. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86



DR. YATES

will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August

22nd.



PtISASLOA STEM .
TYEINS, SLAEIII A
PRESSING OLUSI f
11 North Palafox
PROMPT AND EFPPICIENT
SERVICE.
WORK CALLED FOR AND
DELIVERED.
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR
PRESSINGQ, $1.00 PER
MONTH.
PHONE, 675.
E. L. REESE, M. E WHITE,
Proprietor. Manager.
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For Rent.


813 North 7th avenue ......... 300
625 W Romana ................ 10.00
211 N 9th Avenue ............. 1000

STORES AND OFFICES.&
315/ South Palafox, uprtaIrs,
suitable for club or offlees
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government.
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY


3,200 P~a


DAILY SCHEDULE
Foer Steam DivisIon
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leavr Pensacolfor the ttlUe-
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrington,
Navy Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar Ft. Barrancas 7:35aoe
9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12 *50pm ar Ft. Barrancas l:30p m
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pma
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pan
*8:10pm ar Ft. Barrancas *8:50pm
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8: 00am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 1: 40aqn
2:00pu ar Pensacola 2:4Vpm
5:15pm ar Pensacoao 5:55pn
7:00pm ar Pensacola 7:45pa
*9:00pmt ar Pensacola 9:45pm
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Electric car will leave Pensaco!a.
every hour from 6 s. m. to 10 p. m. :
inclusive, and Saturday night only at,
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for,
Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
exception of the first car leaving Pen-
sacola at 6 a. m., which will, on re-
turning, leave the Big Bay7u at 9:2
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The above Is the week day ckedule
which will begin Friday, April 15.
Electric car will leave Pendacola 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, 6:60.
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 Pensacola and will thea
run to Pensacola ahead of the traLt
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this eletelo
car schedule and wll work in conneo.
tion with itL


Pesacela, St. Andrews ud

hif SteaiMep l.s
STEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN-
DREWS, MILLVjLLE.
And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apaladhicela.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 p.
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:30 p.
m., for St. Andrews, Millvile, Apa-
lacaicola, Carrabelle and intermedlaq
points.
For additional information apVly r-j
J. 1R. SAUNDIRS,
E. I. COBB, Prelsdet
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
Pensacola, iM.


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LOANS.
We have about $10,000 on hand, which we 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, $220.00.
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. ? rooms,
modern conveniences, $30.00.
Also renting property and 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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AIoIs,1 EU ITS FT1*fE1 111 WI1^*PPCII SIFFClES LTT
N< c k . and ui c1 l" t
,, the OM Re bie -rrive
o You W ant lrcia, Span as, Rutz, 2121, TW Tn S
THPu iuu nFOR FrnORu mATI0 t to Gulf Transit -Co.
*LS Homewood, Br as, Jorgensen, 1290, I TAD "T

N ickA: for A9.palchleol in ballast.TH
R restaurant. 2c7 or Ta"pico, w.rith 5,49 tons
VESSELS KN saORT. Fi-e I
Da Total %lufth olf industrial hveIie t in So a whe*re k e B tst is sS .
TR O U S R SOaeI. iail Toaltl ql t0ll sii tiIno .' e.. 29.Agu Bt Belmont. Br as, Barnes, --
T R O U ERS f*i-- 2967. Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. I
SI I M ii u H r. lCntines ot Ggati aBlakemoor, Br as, Bruhn. 24. .
eTHE.M. V Spezia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
TwIWE HAVE esses Scale. All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell ca1rtha, r s.a Jon .on, t5 i C.
vana to Export Lumber Co. The 12l3.1CT
Just the kind you need and Chattanooga Au .Th list o Crabs, Western Meat- Homewood Br ss, Jorgensen 12,
want to run your Summer Suits new industries setsPomaron to order.
h the eso Exportr from the port of Pensacol Sh the REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, Queenswood, Br ss, Neville, 1694;
1 uh the season. The are Exports rom the port o PensaolSouthern states during the pat week 25 CNTs Phladelia to Pensaola Lumber o. a l a
Sserges, worsteds. anad all during the month of July, in valuation, authorized by The TraMesman, shows 25 CENTS. Philaelehia. teto Pensact Lumbr Cn
popular summer fabrics, and reached a total of nearly one million quite a variety of lines,pome of which Liveroo to P a a er Co. t BaeI be esy 1
they'll hold a "crease" in the dollars, a much better showing, so are novel to this section. The devel- TVi 0 na, Br a McArthur 1408,
legthat made one year ago. lines continues without abatement TI STILLS. NorfdIk to F. 0. Howe & Co.
i Statistics compiled by custom house during the summer season, and it ia sM M
33. 9 $329., $490 1 ,officials show that the exact valuation worthy of note that heavy capitali-. MCM illan BrOS. Co. Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.en, 771, Loa-#
of shipments to foreign ports during;tion is on the increase. This week don to order. 11 R
9 this period was $950,470. Twenty nine finds the state of Florida in the list M.Ufa .tu .S,. Magellan, Norbk, Moller, 1148, RI.
vU J.W vessels ente:re port, sixteen coming with a two million dollar lumber and MOBILE, ALABAMA. Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
!from foreign and thirteen from domes- naval stores company. Oklahoma re- C__ Ta o. ,
h W h itic ports. Twenty-seven vessels tok i ports a million dollar mining and mill CTom IA Wk a ,Ca o-r
South clearance papers, twenty-four go- ing company, an aVirginia two mining M AK T S Ca"ero." -- "o, L i
ing to foreign and three to domes.:ic companies each capitalized at a half IA e S. Hall, Am ch, Watts 388-
ports. The valuation of shipments million dollars, the cotton afates a Bo JenieS.HallAm s. IWatts, 388 ll
John W hite ,and the countries to which they were number of new mills and gins are re- Boston to order. nolds 125 Bal rl l W r
Made, are as follows: orted. The heaviest development, Naval Stores Market. Mor nufae rers
ittA to Men and Bo Azor ................... 3 however. appears to be in iron, coal Ga.The a more to master.
fI toid %p France ..................... $ 8,73- d r ertoe rm tSavannah, Ga., Aug. M.-The navul Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt. MAC
France....................28,20 and timber, stores market closed to-dy s 653 New York to order MI
205,207 S. PalafoL Italy ...................... ..121,72 Alabama, lows: 6 New York to order FOR IN ILL AN
I| I Netherland ................. 27,162 Birmingham $5,000 investment WW ........................5 10 shi'Ps TEAMSHIP REI
SPh e 22. Fortugl .................... 197801 company; gas company; $15,000 build-WG ......................... 4 85 Agostlne Terrizano, Ital ship, C- prompt attention gv
SSpain ....................... 593, Ing company; $10,000 construction N ........................... 4 45 nera, 117, Liverpool to master. for James McKy Co.'s
England ..........:-......... 5891'1": company. ...........................of al dcriptons.
Scotland ................... 4066 Abbeville-10,000 fertilizer factory. K .......................... 4 15 REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND O e Ph 12
Honduras ................... 1,088 Tuscaloosa-Mining company. I............................4 10 DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK R ene Phone 10
Sa n3 Geneva--$10,00 fertilizer works. Ho 4 THURSDA NIGHT. PENACOLAi
Panama ..................... 40,523 .................. $4 05 to 4 07%:THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA:
SMexico ...................... 27,544 Mobile- Machine company. G ....................$3 95 to 3 -o.T% i MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO. 14IN1191ttwL t I
N ew Cuba ..................... .4,409 Anniston-$10,000 development com- ................ $3 87% to 3 50
Argentine ................... 35,584 pany. E ................. 3 80 to 3 82% Bond Election Proclamation.
Prattsvllle--20,000 warehouse com- D ..................$3 45 to 3 47% Whereas, The Council of the City of 1.,u:::a: gagE--ah-**i
iano H ouse! Total .....................950,70 pany. C ....................$3 30to3 35 Pensacola did on the 19th day of July,
SArkansas. Spirits Turpentine, 57% cents. 1905, pass an ordinance, entitled:
fl Nothing on the Market Equal to Cham. Camden--15,000 mining and con- "An ordinance to provide for the Is-:
SBerlain'a Colic, Cholera and centrating company. suance of Bonds of the City of Pensa-- ACUTE i
Hot Springs-4100,000 ice factory. Dany. cola, Florida, under and by virtue of ;
Seo e ody. Batesville-$20,000 machine tom- New Orleans-Canning factory; an Act of the Legislature of the State *
D This fact is well known to druggiyts pany. $25,000 canning factory; sewing ma- of Florida, entitled: An Act to au-
everywhere, and nine out of ten will Little Rock-Flouring mill. chine factory; laundry. thorize the City of Pensacola to issue 5 *
We can save you money and satisfy give their customers this preparation Dell-$12,000 cooperage plant. Wilson-Water works and electrical negotiable bonds for municipal pur- : I
y if you desire a first-class Plano. when the best is asked for. Mr. Obe Bear-$4,000 planing mill. plant. poses, and provide for the payment
Se Pianos from $100 to $600. 'Witmer, a pomiaent druggist of Jop- Fort Smith-$100,000 mining and Shreveport-Lumber company. thereof, approved May2th, 1905" AN UNAI
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-an h lpn, TEETHINberscDmpARRHathereof',approved May"12th, 19051"
Be sure to se the Baby Pmano- .n. Mo., in a circular to hils customers, manufacturing company; $75,000 wood- Mississippi. which saio ordinance was approved by CURES TEETHING, DIARRH
smilest degular Piano made for young says: "There is nothing on the market working plant. Hickory-$7,000 cotton gin. me on the 19th day of July, 1905: PLUX ANO ALL
anl old alike. 100 to 17 5. in the way of patent medicines which Stamps-$50,000 naval stores com- New Hebron-Warehouse and gin. Now, therefore, I, Chas. H. Bliss,i SOLD AT WH
It will pay you to call or write us. equals Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia pany. Meridian-418,000 lumber company. Mayor of the City of Pensacola, pur-S
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com- Florida. Braxton-Telephone company suant to the provisions of said ord- At woleale by Mobile Dr
iTUNING A SPECIALTY s. e sell nd recommend thl i Fort McCoy--aw mill. Pontotoc-Electric light plant. nance, do hereby call an election to be a aW~- --X--t
TUNING A PECIALTY preparation. For sale by all d Palatka-$10,000 crate factory. Mound Bayou-$50,f00 building and held in said City on the 22nd day of
PHONE 476. dists Uive Oak-$25,000 hardware com- loan company. August, 1905, to determine whether,
POLICE OFFICER CARLIN pany; $25,000 sash and door factory. Missour.or not, the majority of the qualified t oitI
LIN Jacksonville-42.000,000 lumber and artersvill f r electors of said City, qualified to vote, """"""
BURIED YESTERDAY.naal sorescma. Cartersville-$20,000 Ice factory, and voting, at said election shall ap-.F
CLUTTER & RUSHING. RED YESTERDAY naval stores company. St. Luis-Sample e manufactur- prove the issuance of bonds for the MEALS CAN BE P
-Georgia. ing company; $50,000 milling com- purposes and amounts, or any of them,= ORD R IF
Police Oflcer Chris. D. Carlin, who Rutledge--$20,^0O supply company. pany; $20.000 investment company. enumerated in said ordnance, to-wit: iORR IF
12 E.Governaent Street. died suddenly Tuesday night, was Cochran--417,00 water works and Webb City-Mining company; lime- For the purpose of purchasing, ori
buried yesterday afternoon in St. Mi- electric light plant. stone uarry comay; stamp mill; constructing, waterworks the sum ofj
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. chael's cemetery. The funeral cortege Oolumbus--Cigar factory; knittig 0,00 mining c n. To Hundrd and Fitos the su o
r left the boarding house of Mr. O'Brien mill; woodworking plant ConcordiaTelephne company Dollar ndred ($250,000)and orso much thereof
shortly before 5 o'clock and proceeded Indian Territory. Wlentworth--$8,000 concentrating a may e necessary
P abst to St. Michael's church, where the Claremore-$25,000 light and power plant. or thas may be ne of c onessa r acting, ory.
services were conducted, after which plant. For the purpose of constructing, orTHEY'RC BETTER, TO
IBmed Rte cmter ate bi plant. Jopln,-Mning coulpany; mining providing, a system of sewerage andL
Sit moved to the cemetery and the bod rk's Kentucky oal co company; $50,000 mining company. drainage the sum of Two Hundred andUL AND COMP
interred. Parker's Lake--15,000 coal ar Lexington---Coal company. Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000), or CON
g mThe ofcers of the police depart- upany Kansas City--S,000 laundry; $100,- so much thereof as may be necessary
B ottle B eer, ment who were not on duty at the Loulsville--$10.000 coal company. 000 manufacturing company. For the purpose of pavingandother
time, uniform, a body, dressed in Columbia--Laundry. Galena-Zinc mining company. wise improving streets and public -
full uniform, and many handsome wensbor--u angon factory. North Carolina. ways of the city the sum of One Hun---
uL oral tributes were placed upon the Midoesoro-$20,000 mining co- Wilmington--$50,000 manufacturing dred and Fifty Thousand' Dollars P N S A C O1
Sold v where. g pany. company. ($150,000), or so muc thereof as may i
Frankfort-Flouring milla=
They Appl to Our rt- ouring m Waynesville-$S,000 lumber cor- be necessary. 1e r
S.Ao Friedman hisiel. oom-seanf.purcc= 27 Esit Garden Str t.
S.A. Fried an The bilious and dyseptic are con- Crowley-$35,000 warehouse com- Asheville-Ice factory. nd or constructing, or providing a city 7ul
Whieal tlb*sta. ant sufferers and appeal to our sym- Greensboro-$250,000 cotton mill. hall building the sum of Seventy-Five Hi
l s Dis r ter path es. There nt oe of t ,. Winston-Salem $125,000 power Thousand Dollars ($75,000) or so;
h I WbjJ hAUI F RNI. UH UZ UUSUL


Leader in Imported Wine
and Liquors.
PHONE 11,-
Ia@ 3 1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
PENSACOLA. FLA.


Walter S. Hooton,
General Dealer in

ycles, Bicyce Sumdries

and Fittings
'- CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.
Sm afes. Cash Registers, Typee
mers. Guins. Pistols Locks and Umn-
Sbilas repaired.
In Mowers, Scissors, Knives,,
tharpened.
complete line 3f keys in the

'{12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 1133.



The Card

ndex System

: Is the most convent
and accurate system for
keeping accounts which
has yet been devised.
S You can buy complete


rCard Index
Outfits


however, wt mnu a y IntIL e IroULg t
back to health and happiness by the
rse of chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. These tablets invigor-
ate the stomach and liver and
strengthen the digestion. They also
regulate the bowels. For sale by all
druggists.
Real Valve of O Coee B atetts .
We are apt to overestimate the vallu
of an education received from books
alone. A large part of the value of a
college education comes from the social
intercourse of the students, the re-en-
forcement, the bnttressing of character,
by association. Their faculties are
sharpened and polished by the attri-
tiou of mind with mind and the pitting
of brain against brain, which simulate
ambition, brighten the ideals and opeu
up new hopes and possibilities. Book
knowledge is valuable, but the know
edge which comes from mind inter-
course is invaluable.-O. 8. Marden in
Success Magazine.
eme Way.
Hicks.-He'll never succeed in life-
never made a living, In fact. Wicks-
Why do you thiak that? hcks-O4b
every time be opens h bi mouth he putt
his foot a it. Wick--Well, that's on.
way at lest of making both oeds meet
--CatkUc tandar and Ttes.

Daly-Why. Roe. dear. what have
you do to your poodle? The bat time
I saw him s har was white. Rose-
Yes, but it was sad a nuisance to keep
him washed, you know. so I just had
him dyed buwwa!-Detro!t Free Press.
Ocan A lar Ten.
"There goes a total failure."
"How do you know he Is?"
"He's always sneering at other men's
success."-Cleveland Leader.


A little forethought may save yon
co end of trouble. Anyone who makes
I, a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarroea Remedy at
Samnd knows this to be a fact. For
sale by all druggIt.
F. & A. M.
A regular meeting of Pensa-
cola Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M.,
wll be beld to-night at 5
'clock. All members request-
ed to the present and visting brea-
ren cordally nvited.
C. ,X~ OiRTING. -
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PHONE No. 1104.
Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona St.
CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
QUANTITY.



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PAIRS A SPECIALTY
en to all orders, day or night. .\z.-,
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plant. much thereof as may be necessary, i .- ..o.......------ee -e. -------- --........u.
Oklahoma For the purpose of purchasing a
Granite-Stone quarry. site and constructing, or providing at
Guthrie-$100,000 mining and mill- Police Station and Jail Building the;
ing company; $100,000 furniture com- sum of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars
Ingcmp qur iturem-nWE ARE GROWING BIGGER
pan.I 1525,000), or so much thereof as may I
be necessary. "
Frederick-7,500 cotton gin. HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A *
reenrinel-$7,500 cotton gin. And notice is hereby given that
Sentinel-$5.000 cotton gin.
Okaom iy$l00co craer pursuant to said ordinance the Council nT n fSupply Depo" a
Oklahoma City--S100,000 creamery; has duly elected the following Boara Dwn-Town Office and Builders' Supp Depot
$400,000 aluminum company, of Bond Trustees, viz: F. C. Brent
Mountain View-Gas company. for the term of three years, L. Hilton WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
South Carolina. Green for the term of two years, and FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA-
St. Matthews-Te!ephone system. J. M. Pfeiffer for the term of one year. TERIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TODAY
Dillon-Cotton storage company. In witness whereof, I have hereunto! UNPACKING A
Thomasville-$20,000 spoke factory, set my hand, and caused the corporate CAR LOAD OF PAINT
Charleston--$150,000 building and seal of the City of Pensacola to be want your b ess. Prompt attention to all ma
loan company, affixed, this 1st day of August. 1905. *an wa your business. Prompt attention to all mail
Greenville-Hardware company. CHAS. H. BISS, orders.
Abbeville-Ice factory; laundry. Mayor City of Pensacola. lM
Florence-Cotton mill. Attest: B. S. BERNARD, City Clerk. Oaunders M ill Company *
Tennessee. Rm
Memphi-7.00 coal mining com- REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND Phone 717
pany; $30,000 oil mill; $20,000 ele.-DANE AT ELECTRIC PARK Pensacola. -- Florda
vator company. 'THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA
White Bluff-Telephone system; MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO.
planing mill.
Centreville-.ncrete block factoryI. aggg gyk .
La Follette-Water works and elec-'
tric light plant. i TERSELY TOLD
Livingston-Brick works. BUSINESS LOCALS. r Fat
Nashville-Brick works.
Mt. ;Pleasant-Fertilizer factory; *4Iri* X iMXA
lumber company.
Dyersburg $10,000 woodworking Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish THAT OUR COPFE
plant. estimates on building and Painting
Roekwood-$40,000 cotton mill. and give personal attention to work SALES INCREAE CgR.
Knoxville-Machine factory. 932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua TAINLY OUGHT TO BE
Texas. streets.
Corpus Christi---10,000 lumber com- cKinze Oerting & Co., wholeale PROOF POlTIVK THAT
Ceoan 4,000 cotton and retail ship chandler and grocers, THE PEOPLE KNOW
Palestine-Box and crate factory. the only first-class house of the kind
Fort Worth-Railroad shops; $20,..in Pesacola. Fair prices to al. WAT TH
000 machine company. Why use inferior paper, when you AND gET IT, OUR F I.
Dallas Briquette manufacturing can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity, E NO R
company. ,Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V. FEW 14 No DCARER
Montell-Telephone company. Thompson's. 30 S- Palafox. PRICE HAN THAT
Houston-$50,000 construction com- .
pany; lumber company. SO
Handley-Telephone system. pany.
Terrell--20.000 lumber company. Craigsville-$5,000 telephone com-. TORS, BUT Ii A G IAT
Itasca-46,000 cotton gin. pany.
Sberman--50.000 mining company. Wat Virginia. DEAL SETT RIt A
Fort Worth-Tannery. Elldns--$100,000 land and timber
Sacul--10,000 lumber company, company. POUND PA I Ag WILL
Beaumont--30,000 shingle com- Charleston--50,000 granite com- PROVIS IT.
pany; $100,000 lumber company. pany.
Coleman--40,000 oil mill. Sistersvllle--4100,000 brewery.
Texarkana-$150,000 telephone com- Elm Grove--10,000 building supply
pany. company.


Virginia. Keyser-$o0,000 gas company.
Charlottesvlile--$00,000 mining and WheelIng--P5,000 medleine factory.
chemical company. Huntnngton-Plumbing and gas eoo.
Roauoke--4,000 planing mill. pany; (50,600 oil and gas company.
WcbeLoad-460.0 'd0al mining Clarksburg-$200,000 lumber cor
company; 0.ee tarne;y. pany. '
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