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WrT'I EATIRJ Generaily fair Sunday
an Manday lih od md=cry
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAt MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1905.
PRICE 5 CENTS
wisltatl of hssia aid
4n aut Lad= aus
Case of Wm
The case of 'William FlI
liams, charge' with the
TOAST PROPOSED John White and Edward
possibly come up for trial
f It is understood that a
Sbeudt a Wlfare o w- oi be drawn to-morrow
ereps ai d P e "i and Judge Francis B. Carte
a special term of court on
SWhether Judge Caner v
PEpSSES HOPE THAT PEi .case at the special term of
I,&y BE SPEEDILY CONCLUDED go over to the regular term
AFTER FORMAL CEREMONIES determined until the Jud
here and investigates for
0OTm PARTIES STARTED FOR reasons advanced for trying
PORTSMOUTR, WHERE THEY time.
The case has attracted'
L &RRl E MONDAY. .Interest and there is gene
tion as to the line of def
By Associated Pvm. the attorneys for Williams
0 tav. Aug. 5.--The repre- Williams is now in the
S,. .f opan and Russia, whoywhere he has been since
",.: ),umnrv to negotiate a:was committed and where
S ,ac. were formally intro-., quently visited by his wLfe
P '.ident Roosevelt to-ay and mother, and other mctm
:n o) each other on board the family.
ftinwal Introductions were
S were entertained at lunch- IN S PC
yacht. At the luncheon the
propped the following toast: D O I
n: [ propose a toast to which D
* be no answer and to which
S o d.rnk in silence, standing.
the welfare and prosperity
vereigns and peoples of the r
t. naticas whose represent I Dk. p in Chgs86 of
I. each cther on this ship. It
earnest hope and praye-, nUa 8 ThiiOgh 81
Sre-st not only of these two
but of all mankind, that to EM ti Sta
acting peace may be speed-
.- between them."
iura and Minister Taks-
p-ese ted to the president THROUGH TRAINS NO&
Secretary Pierce. The
.-._ted them briefly on be- WILL NO LONGS
'tm *q 4 kf 4 .Les. - emm the N A F
s of be Jananese party AieMBRS AT F
: :i to the prudent. UT WILL GO THtOU
h Russian plenipoten-
troni a cruise on the OUT A STOP.
.-ia ;' w re presented, M.
: Amhassiad.r Rosen lead-
s cv Ti*- san.t. eremonv ofl-
IES [[SOLDIER u U S. AUTHORITIES WILL
PRESIDENT AN TAKE CHARGE ON MOA
I. F. Williams pDV ti Caricature Sketch of : NHews Has E
Comes Up This Week UI UAI Fr'dnch Socialistic Leader' Upon Situ
etcher Wil- -- ". ... -' *
murder wof A Hriv e awkins Hnail I Broken
ansby, will By See C tat NO DAN
grand jury I Fc ake
or TuesdayW F Ores at ake
r will open.. WAS STRUCK AT RA O By Order
Wednesday. ; ZARRAGOSSA AO PALAFOX
rill try the: STREETS BY A CAR GOING SOUTHERN A
r will let it NORTH ON PAL aTTRET NE
T cannot beI-
ge arrives. c n bILS -
himself the Prlvatt Hawkins, a member of the
g it at th~s Ninth Company, of Coast Artillery, PELLE ATTA
stationed at Fort Barrancas, was in- ITY OF MEM
wid, sprea, jured last night at the corner of Pala- Q R TE
ral specula- fox and Zarragossa street, when he QUARANTINE
,ev^a6 struck by a street car, NAH.
tense wbhiuin Hawkins. it ..as stated, was cross-
will adlo. lng Palafox street. about 8 o'iock and
county did not notice that an electric-lar was
the ft.:r; WM. FLETCHER WILLIMN1t,
his tat er v sound, owing p,- .... to he fact that '- New Orlea
nbers o~i h Who Is arguedd With th murderr of at that time ha u: ':er of backs and fever reports
hJhn hite and EowaAd Danasb. agouns were pas-sag.a e this evening
EThe car Was goi at a good rate of New cases,
S---- Peed w hen it struck the soldier. He to date. si05.
L ATO S I 1knock.d to tohe Dpe dbnteypndo wrDeaths, 8;
so Ie of the spectator e clat:."'od that New sub f
,TO R S A I his'r othe funler on te a l be would sub fo 91.
TA ,Si -^n keu led His e4 wa~i tnoken. sub foci, f1
IG GOOD WORK1 the
struck b) r1 1',0 1boeve ofhn -New Orleans, A
car,t0 aO .. .. s' ., n OVuM 1-t n Iy was an Increaset
that tho ,o u dC of deaths, the fac
SSstants the mo .en to th opttaL low fever situat
~wher h ,-ib t ontrol M of the Fe
Id Strict Ofarantine-No Psc.un Allowed f orn the I e was cruah!4, and Le l\ y that was felt
e Without Proving Whereabouts. wkbe confined to his )idsfoI some has been a dist,
W weeks. conditions in the
",The city will
.2 ND NO Vt RDICT INi- "police authorky
NOAND 4 "N-the federal surge
kREANT Dpal committee an
TAKE ON! M. JA ^ ES. of cleaning up,b
3 O JauresC the re, "ent-, 4 social st leader. Mr. Jaures is considered ling of the situ
RLOMATOH I ... O one of the beW- stta~po w .it -trope, and be is bittety opposed to all war. hands of the fed
By Aeociated WM fare. T&e fact -that
IGH WITHi- Rome, Ga., Aug. 5.--The jury in the t pct above-ftnl
Sanford trial Is once more intact to tafhope-that
Ior Brandon returned to-night from f will result in ke
W RECKED AT mother's funeral and the Jury once VB Wv of the city comp
more resumed its deliberations. At fection. Of the
action in New
ER OF WAR
HANDLING U. 8.
CKED BY FEVER.
PHIS BOTTLED UP.
OFF AT SAVAN-
ns, Aug. 5.-jhe *
up to six o'clock
was as follows: *
30; total cases *
total deaths, 97.
0ci, 15; total sub
kug. 5.--'hough there
to-day In the number
et that the entire yel-
ion is to pass Into
deral government on
ouraging effect local-
on all sides. There
[nct improvement in
last few days.
continue to exercise
In co-operation with
eons and the municl-
id carry on the work
but the actual hand.
ttion will be in the
infection in the dis-
street is small leads.
eping more than halt
paratively free of in-
deaths to date only
'w n.inr.. iaer the cor- The force of quarantine officials at 10 o'clock it reftred for the night and" MTr five occurred above Canal street,
',-.. w ( intrries wee- Flomaton, composed of Dr Byrd, Thos. o verdict had been reached.' I four of them were Italians who es
SCusachs and L. J. Andersn, eem to ed from the infected neighbor
pr.-i,- ', ;he Mayflower at be doing excellent work. and a through HALCOTT C. ANDERSON --. -- -the th being a merchant doing b
and tn mniI,,',,-s later the Jap- and rigid quarantine is maintained. DIES IN SAN FRANCISCO. For Not Making Pulh the Fact That Yelw Fever i'xisted There ess In that quarter.
*v. trned rto the Dolphin Every person coming into Florida --Not blic The a trouble at Lake Borgne
P-rtsmouth where cut prove c hi whe Trtle Gave Way and Seven Cars Information of the death in San Several WeiS Ago-City ord it Health tween the Mississippi guards and
., d :a outs during the past ten days. Onu hay Francisco of Halcott C. Anderson, was. gOoulsIana naval brigade appears
account of the quarantine the two fast, W fnt 0wn -CnlnI rake- received in Pensacola yesterday ,y the! UHe a Mg fJin be ended The conditions to-day wer
Through trains. Nos. 2 and 4, no longer, relatives of that gentleman. His' encouraging that Governor Bran
0\ WAR PAT- rtop at Flomaton, but go through to brother, William E. Anderson received' directed Commander Bostick to w
,Montgomery, where any passengers man Was InjUred. a telegram conveying the sad intell- heath o als, as well as thef. draw part of his forces.
IN [FA T AFRICA bound north ma% board the trains. gene. Thehealth officials, as well as the i The Southern Pacific is still ha
I A ARICA Dr. Byvrd, who is in charge of the Extra freight No. 31. bound from MNr. Anderson expired Friay, and public oficIls in charge of the city Itrouble handling the United St
wo k at Flomaton, has written Th-a' Nadawah for P,',,sacola. was wreckedlhis relatives suppose that death must (f New Ortuans, were given deserved malls. The road has used an en
B ilpwing lette- to Dr. Porter, stat- about three m:is .-iilth or the latter have been sudden. as they bad no censure yesterday, when the City i I and freight car going through Cm
By Associated Press. laalh officer, optlining the manner a place yesterday' and *me man, Eli, information relative to any illness. lBoard of Health met inspecial session sieu parish, but finds this method
:.A. A,:. 5--1n,- governor of whic-h the work is being conducted: Matthews, a colored braicanan, wasj 1He was injured, however., about aA resolution was passed condemning troublesome and expensve. Th
R. \E t:'rwa e;eraphs. 'o-dlay 'Lhar Doctoi-I stopped at Pensa-; seriously injured about the head. I nonth since, on a street car. the authorities for their action in sul will probably be the routine
Ba ,ill iun he MaLurbi moun- c la and conferred with Dr. Anderson,' The train, which was in charge of| Mr. Anderson was abuit 55 years of keeping the fact hidden that yellow the Texas mails through sect
..'e :-i : and tha" there hai, driving there at noon yesterday, Conductor Connors and nirineer Mc- age. and was an old resident of Pensa- fever existed in that city many weeks where there is no quarantine.
-i oul,:; ai. on lth aws: of. Found Cusachs and Anderson pretty Arthur, was made up mostly of cars cola. He left here about tweuty years ago. The report that Dr. Souchon
ia. dur:ni whclh .-vtra. wari-, well worked down. but sticking faith-, of lumber and telegraph poles. It aro and has been in California since The resolution is as follows: A tendered his resignation as res
were um-irt The cau~,e of itily to k day and night. It took me' was passing over a trestle when the that time. The Resolution. Af the Ste Board of Health Is de
:it it ur1txpiain'. 1ite greater part of yesterday and last-lat:er gave way beneath the cars ofB 'Wheroas, The city of New Orleans
Sright to get the lay of the land. ples. This car went down carrying has an epidemic of yellow fever and ARCHBISIHOP CHAPPELLE
F ORCA E WAllaE TIDE "You tiderstand. of course, that the with it six cars of lumber and timber uch epidemic is of a type and such HAS YELLOW FEV
I.. & L WIDTL I K L. & N. officials have put on relay; whic hwere b'ing shipped here. extent as to be a menace to the health --
tra-ins f-om here to Pensacola, and It i's supposed that the recent' heavy AtheSt 5 of the United States; and, E expired Yesterday Afternoon After Nw Orleans. Au. 5.t
ORDINANCP TO DAY : ave taken off the sleeper from New rains cause.l the supports of te tres- R Whereas, There is reason to believe mnce by the Cty Board of H
R IAN T A i(-leans. The railroad people are giv- tcl to weaken. By Associated Press. that said fever had existed In New a Painful IllneSS Of Over togt tha among the new ease
inb us their hearty cooperation, which A wreckor was sent out from Pen- Orleans since the latter part of May, yellow fever today is Archbi
S BLISSa great help. sarola late veteilay au ernoou, as Southern League. or the earv pirt of June, and has i Months. c p who returned several
14YOf BLISS HAS ISSUED OR.-' You understand also that Alabama, oon as it becay:e known that an acci- Atlanta 7. Little Rock 1. been kept *-*et for commercial rea- NM. from the country. The achl
l- T a quarantineJ against the whole' dent had occurred'. Nashville 2, Shreveport T, (First Bsons, duriu- -Ahich time New Orleans op's reeldence is not in the origt
ERS TO POLICE DEPART. ;-a: of Louisiana, also against the IGame.) has permit. excursions to go abroad pra C Judevlne, well knows Infected district, but is not far f
MENT TO THAT EFFECT ullt places of Missislippi. They havei Nashville 3. Shreveport 3, (Second in the oohe and permitted excur- tbruhout P'nsact)a. expired yester it. The archbishop is reported
EFFECT. others stationed Lere, and lI CI NE L ANXIOUS/ Game.) s to e.o..: there even as late rnoo t : lock after an o w to-night.
,,nlerstand that the whole state is vaTT Birmingham 2 1-.-a Orleans 6. the 17th of "ly. at which time tIe ilt,,ss cver!nar p"r
Te oOcred. Their r -qur f c &TO STOP NYCO more Nmo-er'.luled. fever was --..-?pread In that ctl-y, n,:hs 11,E .*:e:.d -,jad reached Bord of Health office to-night|
wie ire orlinan. which was centss are an affidavit to the effect .... and no war' or Intimatilo g!ve, te.- '~o 4: ve:- ,. an, leaves a wfe, the arine hospital service w
S-vetraJ I .ars ago. 1,;" whi h "hat ticv have not been to any of the pr American Laue. by the aNotlla for the prorqrr, f,.r (.ltrr. ;,thnt and a staer take charge of the local fever st
1 never ht..n enforced w.!, places covered by their quarantine By Associated Press. WAmerican League. fby the a7nti ,nnuhs for the p irrit. :r n'l o *- rn hI l- I , a ndd aUo n to tion ca Mon fry..
ia .- r:,i :: e.nforccd by .:thin the last ten days. Persons' Washington, Aug. 5.-Conui Gbled Washingtonrk9, CSt. Ica 1 ( first makible a n d I t n pectitt, : .tsi., re:,i d friend --
e f 2 *' : ning he affidavit are permitted to e-al Rodger at Stanahai. has cabled Ne.. York 3 St. A ifS 1 (r to atia r v c, Maki' ,,isible'Mi waan de ter by pro CITY OF M PHI
p i;i more than :pr thi rtatc. If the passenger is the government: ta'*a the Chin mes New York 6, St. Louls 6, (Second etir,- ,-wintrry ,oxpectedly; : d f a or no-- thaD twenty ..7TTLED UP TIG
a* :ha: on and after :his from ar,- .*f the places covered by the Chamber of Crmmnerc thee deprtck a 1..reas, The- quarantine regi!a- '.r''s1 h ,,een en.ip,,eyt In the var- --
S,r the ordinance aranine th permit hm to pass the boycott on Amercan gos, hc on 8 Cleveland 4. to Nw Ore and ome othr it H was born Memphis Aug. 5.Memphis t
,, .,' [ias had plenty ot. lhr,-ugh The st c. but not to'- stop., merchants sa> is due largely to the Bo~ton 8, Gleveland .p
", ay f adr it. Tf hrugh hae te ut not toe straisop. mrhadents Bay is duse largely affect Philadelphia 5- Detroit 3. --.. towns have been made pur It':Dt. -!'*eh. .Td .i rre Pensa- quarantined against the outside w
Sayfor IT. T;,y e haveusieors op tle trains students. Br!.-..t s is serfiouly a h ----- p !
;,: niy to vehicles tiiv do no har:. and very little good. same Chaimb erf Colfmmerce instituted NationaPttbur N k 5. L(t1ame -.ri S i the hssibl t. Introduce I. ...' rd hil. he w in b'. Jong s president of the Boar
., ,,'a^-ioads that will "*W, iave bo. reiuir :ig passengers th< boycott which it is now anxious to e P ittsburg N. Nw9 tY 5. 0 ( t,.t..( e -r w fever th.ever; and d"- .- ...'rhi,' h'e .,nths-,I th. Certificate, president o the B
n ,,,,r---and does no: i (r Florida poirts to p-oduce satisfa-. terminate. Cici:inti 19. Itrok!yt \',.,-.- 1he city of Pensaeola hai, .- ;rned, ol in urgent cases and when
-. .i liver.\ wagons on tor- evidence that there nae not bee-ai I -. Louis 2, Pt.hlaelphia ;Fi r, ,. ri. *itar::tr'.,:' prevent. e ,he e r: ... ': .,,' I*, i,it. and k;-:.wn the applicant has not- bee
a,"- !;ing is no done. i. "New Oriean.- lor the last ten days.' O I III E G:e.) ad' *'f o:1w' fer In this cality. i** cIt~- : w w, ker. a infected district. The city is
arving a ton or more Of course, the oniy wav to prove it ;s LL ,t. Louis 2. PhIlall:~'h:a fS-.: ...i ., tr.i e,'Cep:imn ,.A one susptictos it ... ,rte'eo .i leave the ti,\y botuled up to-night. Thi
-' inches wide. ,:% show wher,- i,ev have been. We C HAn ue.) case. niiing the general epidemic o.f ;,nil re ,' N, 2-i East Inten- t:,n was taken by the city official
tnian ohjec:- of the ordi-I have had hItlui trouble tlil to-day. Of C0 BE H NicaGgo B),ron (l-';r Gna.>-,. c., Tn- fever in 1897. which was pre- m -.-. -' ..'s mor.ni at 10:3) r.;-ht at a special meeting called
-. T the use of wagons crse. have ha. to turn one down o2-. Chicago 3, Boi:on 1, (Seennd Gine.) vented from spreading or gaining any ('clock, pi..r dig to St. Michael%4 petition of prominent business
hav,- ben sprung and casionally. but not many. But to-day By Associated P-ess. foothold; therefore, be it church wdwr. ;he services will be professional men.
ar therefore "wabbly." the train from Montgomery had some Birmingham. Ag. .-At a meeting South Atlantic League. I'?stlveJ. That the Board of Health cndurtdl. The inter ..nt will be
-h,.u:d d ake notice that or f the owners o ae' clubs in the Jacksonville 4, Charleston 0. oi th- eity of Penacoaa condemns, in made in St. Michael's remtor. QUARANTINE DECLARED
..nt *-day the ora toayce, i wvq decideA Columbia 8. Augusta 7, (First ,.un. -ssired terms the conduct of the The members of P:0saola To-IN SAVA
With (Continued on Third Page.) southern ntre hedule to Game) awi'-.rities of New Orleans in graphical Union. of which the !era:;-
. r i e of the season. It war, Columbia S. Augusta 6, (Second re-ard to this matter, and be it fur- -1 was a member, will attend in a Savannah, Ga., Aug. 5.-Dr.
a'o decided that al! tears be reduced
*v wrt I Cu t 9Off t fourteen men.
to fourteen (IiEfl.
a %W V T %W~pxx a w %aM. -f --
Macon 9, Savannah 1.
Resolved, That it is the sense
From the Outside World ---
SAssociated PIl e. ling received or sent out.
.. u 5-revepo' Thie city waterworks is short of
; aitn the city were ord- tit dow.
t. ft.ed.The Cw Tt oa sans ifat ty es otreiMs
,. -it ortvnnoere ta Smves. TtMat'. .e fT
M W MM 9 memo SWB
EVERY FEW DAYS
inths ~scty Safmiynves into a. new h
seuvred dkwctiy dotkwswIhm Min, d~ ~tM
4~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~J0w WW.-______________________________
body. ner., the City Health officer, who -m
of, ,turned last night from New Orleaun
this board that the quarantine of all'issued an order to-day dolaring the
" -eaport town.; should be under the quarantine off in Savannah against a
l.:arze and control of tne general gov-.points exceptiag New orleang I-
'--ment; and be it further ,also Issued an order stoping all b.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso. curalons Into or out of Savannah.
',itions be sent to the Board sof Trade:
of various other cities, asking their Carg of Pyrites.
,:o-oP,eration, an be sent to, our repre-I The steamer Dulcle, whidat 0.t IeL
.'ntativex In congress, aktl them .yesterday, coasined to J. A. Marml
p dO 1a 1 their pwer to oihitih & Co., b4oepghtitoua 5 e-1
pesSes cc a siumm e iawl ites. MU 4W" f
W- O.f- -,e i-I
PRICE 5 CENTS "
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druir PMSACOLIA JOlURNAL-mUaMDAYUMOAN ING.
A UG UST
*0%5 fl Ul % 0 %.-P-16 4 M0 f - %0 n - %F 1 9 W
w Pensacola's Busy Pensacola's Busy Monday 's Sle o
.% Bargain Center ---- Ba rgain Center Sale of
I BIG STORE CORSETS .C
aIa MONDA Y TUESDAY Special
M O N D A r AD TUESD A Worth s to $2 Special, 10 Yards for 6
Social 59c One case o yd. wide
a n Cambric full yd. wide
y dyMonday's fimndst fo h
Suan and Qua Sale Saof dl worthOyd.
Y" Special, 10 Yards for 65c
U. All Mail and Phone Orders Filled Same Day Received. You can't buy t O yards.
%* Monday's Millinery Misses Table Monday's
; Sale of Shapes and Black Lace Sale of
m* Ready-to-Wear Worth 75c
u-U Special 59c
an MATTINGS HOSE DAMASK COTTON
*FULL YD. WIDE
m A Monday s WORTH e-a
I M Sale of
Short Ends at Worth 25c Worth $1.39 Sale ofs for 65c
-u Cost Price Special, 39c Special 1Oc Special, 98c SUcTAI,
mU I One case of Forest
-"i Monday's Quantity and Quality Monday's Sensational Sale of l cotto finished
a100 PR OFsoft for the needle;
EMBROIDERY SALE DRESS GINGHAM a.2.
rWorth $1.50 Special, 10 Yards for 65c
SWdth 25. 35C aic Worth 250 c Special 89c You can't buy but 10 yards.
mom and 40c Special IJ5c ecial ic
0so Both narrow and wide pieces; very sheer. One of the best 1000 yards of Fine Dress Ginghams full 36 inches wide, ab- 0
M% Embroidery offerings of the entire season. Worth 25c, 35c solutely fast to both soap and water;, worth 25c. Special 11 Jlll ll I .lll-
a% and 40c. Special 15c. Not on sale before eight. 9c. Not on sale before glight IIIIIVII II
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6 N ,& PA SA A A A 6A % &lata~.14- a -1 &A &A .& % A. A.a a.- gs.& A bAa96a tai.%, A&A.&A
Special to The Journal.
Brent. Fla., Aug. 5.-We have pa,
ed through the banner week of it
rainy season. Had a soft openih
show on "blue Monday."
Tuesday It rained h3rd. followed 1
a "pour down" at ni-ht.
The 'efreshiag showers of Wedne
day were outdoite by thunider-ng floo(
through the lonr night-time.
The thi-rater.'ng couals of Thursdo
and Friday gave lighter i-howers, fro
fteria7 thewewo crry to
re the hor that
A" rodazm her Motherhood. Pesitapa or
S what and and fear e co
amplate the o=ievent m hich even now
wFMmr n pgmaf
m h vt a wundtrful The-s' of hope feid
--ape trwo suflerin) these words arry 10
wat n thn weho is dreading the hour that
it H the aret time (od has blerd her;
with what aw e and myst-rr and fear she crf-
catnu it ehado bxtor m the wa of
-ay pamful dx.omfrts? The hope
hith has been turned inttan event of thanks-
in and joy. r f its aged es l4
-bnews because of te learned skilled of m
SAs mmie of the @wQ wcb" mml i-
Ub6D the expecttn mother; *he can apply
t herself and teel an improveaeat at ome
which bt foretells the pi a. 1
* hic it ves wIhben chfidbirth uee pi.
The westiuoev of Mothme who havemed it
ccessenuilv wil convince *za; their word
id pra e we ad ni hawmk. Mod -
kod." Send SWit. r
-i-- -- -- a _-Y
nent physician, visited Mr. McDaniel
in Pensacola Friday night.
Miss Sadie McHugh who has been
Mrs. Bloomer's guest returned home
Miss Sharit, of Apalachicola, is the
guest of Miss Minnie Mason.
1. .- ...- k -_ -
Special to The Journal.
Cottondale, Aug. 5.-The citizens of,
Cottondale and Mr. Farmer, of Do-'
aDparent cxhautiton. Saturday's fore- -, AI IIH Illl
1 'ca,,-"shower".- "' I a...II q' ..ALA lCgICOLA than, attorney for the Enterprise Lum.-
.cast-shower.. MILTON hII ber Company, who will build the new
SMrs. Henry Berge. of Florala. Is VIUJU II -- "
citing her siser, Mrs. Nat Irailroad from Dothan to Cottondale,
.- visiting her sister, Mrs. Nat Clopton. ,y
Miss Matti- Lou Byrne of Bay Min-" Special to The Journal. rmet here yesterday and and raises'
MissrneSpecial t The Journal. o Apalachicola. Aug. 5.-Mr. I. E. and deposited to-day in the Citizens
(,te Ala., ha returned o her homa i State Bank of Marianna ten thousand
afte, Ala., ha edi erl weeks with her hMilton, Aug. 5.-A change was made Rice visited Eufaula, Ala., this week dollars donated to the Enterprise
as- spending several weks with h the choir at the monthly meeting of' on business. Lu1er Co. by the citizens of Cotton-
he sister, Mrs. Jav. l ary. She has made the session of the,Fresbyterian church' Mrs. B. H. Beverly has returnedale and r Campbellton. A contract
ug acquaintances who will he glad to see Tuesday ana' Miss Estel Johnson, with from Mobile, Ala., after a pleasant was duly signed that the railroad will
iler return to Brent again. Mrs. Howard Jernigan were elected as stay there of several months with be completed to Cottondale by or be-
by 31r. A. H. Clopton, who has spent organists of the church and Sabbath relatives, lore June 15, 1906.
.school and Col. West as director. The! Mr. Richard Mooney, of the Mooney With this contract ana' the cash de-
- ie past year in Pensacola, hasretura. tiurch is to be congratulated in secur- Construction and Eng. Co., is in the posited, we kow the railroad is a
dj ed to his home at Cloptonia. Ing the services of these able young' city this week. certainty, and this county is on a
The Brent Social Club propose giv-, !.ople. Mr. John Cook gave a delightful Loom already. It is one of the best
, it.- a. public exhibition on the night of Mrs. Ge). Abbott is visiting relatives trip to the gulf on the tug Lottie last farming sections in the state of Flor-
m the of at th school- in Pensacola. Wednesday afternoon to a number of ida, and we have the best round tim- r
he of August, at tle school Mr. Cha. F. Turner of lDeFuniak, his friends. bred lands and the healthiest and
L- house, for the benefit of the Baptist is visiting her mother, Mrs. Aymard. I Mrs. Beverly entertained at the finest climate in any state of thi;
Church. Admission to be 10 and 20, Mr. John Elliot, Jr., is contemplating "Bungalow" last Moniay night. Whist grand old union.
cents. ..moving his fan'ily In town to the Ellis was played until eleven after which grand or twelve miles ofon. this road leld union.
Messrs. A. H. and N. M. Clopton' house, which h( has purchased. Ithe most delightful refreshments were raided now andl about two hundred'
Messrs. A. h. and h r o Mr. Turner will take Rev. Abbott's served. Several very handsome prizes hands are at work regular.
have joined the Southern Brick Work' plece in the Baptist church Sunday, were given those being fortunate
ers of this place. while Rev. Abbott is at Vernon. enough to win them, being Miss Cecile
Prof. Allen has left the country, Malcolm Hannah has accepted a po- Wolfson. Miss Gibson, Mr. Wefng, Mr. eCopts in Egpt are the book-
countyl andE g;(ne to Milton. 'sition at Bainbrldge. E. H. Guest.ifingkM.se .teyt
county peMr. Ellinger and family are back' Prof. H. A. Ferrell took a flying keepers and scribes: they are also the
"Jim Crow expired on the 29th inst.o their old home in town or the sum- trip to Jacksonville thi week. jewelers and embroiderers. Their an-
Jim was a young bird. just getting in ,er. Rev. Mr. Crandell left this week for: cent tongue has fallen Into disuse
full phune. I demise is attributed A series of meetings will be carried Lee, Fla., to join his famtiy there and and is practically a dead language.
to the yellow. (or black) fever which on during the test of the week at the spend several days among friends andi They now use Arable. like all the rest
broke out soon after its passage, and rresbyterlan Church. relatives. i of the nation, but the speech survives
spread by telegraphic contagion. I Dr. H. E. Eldr!dge, Milton's promi- The Misses Wolfson, after a visit of; in their church service, a part of
A Mrs. Creary of Bluff Springs, and, three weeks i:n our city, left on the, which is still given in the old tongue,
Mrs. Byrne of Bay Minnette are new Crescent City Friday morning fo, though it Is said that even the priests
guests of Mr. Ja Creary of this place.I Columbus, Ga., much to the regret of temseves do not always understand
The yellow fever forecast may here their numerous friends here. during what they re saying, having merely
after be made rp from the number of T o ol ih taheir stavnen-se h eral delightful en learned the sentences by heart, so that
enrolled mosquittoes which havb es-r i Iyu are troub led with tirtainments were given in hl e- tithy can repeat them as a matter of
caped from tle room of the sick. N i tor. form.
Since we have declared war on these; -Cramp, Indigesltio, Headache, I
blood suckers, their retreats must iIOia, BIotig, 'Telephone and Shave. New Zealand Anim.ts.
b f rAn inventive genius who runs a ton-
be cut off on every hand. CI CO ititlN Of Nllri fsrial establishment in a New Jersey Experts say that probably there Is no
These heavy rains have filled the ..lId ,e f town has installed a telephone in the country in the world where imported
tin cans and various receptacles in th VOU ll find SUe relief in barber's chair. The customer may species of animals, wild and domestic,
back yards, along suburban streets; carry on long-distance conversation at have flourished as they have done in
and when dumped into washouts,i the same time he is being doused with New Zenland. The red deer grow to
wh'ch afford them ample facilities for *UOe TETTER the short-distance dialectic of the e-' over 500 pounds In weight in the for-
breeding recruits. STOA A *lTTES tablishment. es.s, the trout to twenty pounds in the
If every man, woman and child *IVw Il New Jersey is headquarters for cornm- rivers. The sheep have not expanded
would lend an inspector a hand in! binations. The state has produced to any -iant size, but they multiply at
making sure that no stagnant water! some amazing consolidations, against a faster rate than elsewhere. They
was allowed to exist about the premi- which the statutes of all the states in' grow a finer wool and a better mutton.
se,. it might prove a more effectual the union have been unavailing. But
defence than that afforded by armies, f there is a combination that even New Flattering.
officials and doctors. Jersey cannot make stand. i Young Featbertop-If your parents
THOS. McMILLAN. If the man getting shaved attempts still oppose our marrying why can't we
to talk business over the telephone an- ? ,s-- -h--. o-
A Pecularity of Wireless. Baylen and ntdnca. unguarded sie remark of harpere do in the world.
Naval iffcers recently made a re- to the barber regarding his raor Everybody who
pt on wireless telegraphy which em- eight cause confusion and chaos at knows us both would say at once that
i bodied the peculiar fact that messag- W a Ughie rfraws the other end of the line. I suggested" t.-Chicago Tribune.
es can be read about twice as far at Or if he telephones his wife, a for-'
right, as by ay. the maximum dia- RME AND TGAE G EAL SONL getful low-breathed aside, 'A little An Aeount to Settle.
dances being 1.100 and 540 miles re- closer under the chin," may involve' The Lawyer-Madam. I find that
speotively. The suip's(rays =ay have R him in lcrqdible exlanations. your bueband's will llearw ~atlitag
scmnething to do with It in that they! No, It won't do. The inventive Jer but what 'te law cospelled h m to
interfere with the electric waves.- PHIL JON S MA AG R seyltes will have to think again,- leaveyo. The Widow (angry and for.
Tampa Tribamae. PHONE K4L Tampa Tribume. at t wat till I e himal
Wholesale and Rettil Dele tna
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
aAd Blacksmith CAL
Office-No. 13 South Pijafzx street. Telephone, 3U.
Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzales streets. Phoae, .
*** ***- - ** .. - -
't U. Adami
Pensacola Electrical Company
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Cor. Intendencia and Bell Phin*,
Baylen Sts. 57).
No job to big or small for us We do work in any part c' tct-
city and also outside the city.
ICE, COAL and WOOD
Consumers' lee and Fuel Company.
Office--Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259.
Is one part of the drug busl :ess which I shou'Td imagine w-,: !'
of interest to every custom,:" of a drug store. Not bera'i-e .:
anything wonderful, this be .ng able to compound a doctor ; -
scription without making a) error, but the wonder of o" !':.-
these delicate chemicals, waiere they come from, the chan,-"
takes ,place in the cumpound;ng. and a thousand and oner -"
of importance to health anw life in the proper handling of
at first may appear a simple prescription. For inatanc', -*:'
of Antipyrite with sweet spirits of nitre, a3 all pharmacist Ar.
makes a compound which would probably cause death if g.'. -
doses as largp as might b2 given of each alone. For a !r'--
to attempt to mix turpentine-. sweet oil and sulphiric a;.! :
bottle would resulltin an explosion and the ruining of his *. -
of nothing worse happened. Speaking of Antipyrine. it m;i:' -
of interest to the customer t, know that since the patent on \:.
pyrine has expired it can b-' bought at a very material re,!
from their old price of $1.40 an ounce. But with Codeine Sun.
at $3.80 an ounce, Hydrastine from $1.50 an ounce to $1" "
ounce and Homoatropine H ".robomate at 1168.00 an oun
these chemicals being pres ribed by your physician your
would be taken away occasionally by the price of a pre'wr :
However, it has always; been my aim to compound pr-
tiona at a reasonable profit and not make the price of a
prescription high enough ti pay the extra price of an Pxp -"
I have been in the prescription business pretty much a: m:. '
and each year am making an effort to serve my custome.-s
than the year before.
Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
WU RAVE PILLlD OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SIN.
WE HAVE BEEN IN .BUSINESS.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
Irwg9ut aud A~umry. 121 S. Paia1~.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORN ING, AUGUST 6, 1905
As Fall Is
and the out-of-town tailors
are here, we will ask you
to, giove our samples a loK 0
be-fore you place your order
with anybody itr all.
S.\,.r :.., samples fr, you to make your selection from,
SI ; .:' 11, ,,. I~ ~bhllnt d e--vy garment we turn out.
: .-, two -bdes to ever, qhing, including a suit, of clothes-- -
-:.,il I tivo-utside. Oun tailors are as careful with the in- -
S .. .arc tLh; outLide, tla; is why our coats hold their shape.
S ttilirtl II fi iill iii
if US-n'tiif *tt*tIUtit i iim ianmn,,,(H,,,...im..,.. ,
Tuesday Eveig, Aug. L
6ad Concert and Dance.
Music by Chaffers' Band,
I. .' i s pin ;ir ,of the re ,'i-
.. t *.:a.::i:w'i'.- at the
-S "'-ION ONLY 15 CENTS.
I:.* ":: E, eniiig.
a. K. WHIrT,
*4*"kzt. mmwanuatwf"l Jinsso
efid ~Gqsdawa OpI.Im
I. P Pi!'.c- St~'- pNt'aa~ .
;. of Chip
'i'V-. expects il
a11 il atout Aug-
S'I:. d-.ah of Frank
I,!* ..' o (If IPensacola
' ,.,:. No. 392. has
(Continued from First Page.)
twenty or more tor Florida. who were
depending upon their tickets andl
'words of honor' to get through. We
slopped them until they could produce
evidence. of their whereabouts since!
.jul 17th. After the train was gone
we helped them with suggestions as,
'to how they could prove where they
umi; been. I asked a drummer, for ex-
ample. :o show his expense account..
lie did it. and from it I traced the
;Iaces he had Lbeen as he told them to,
me. I was sari-fied with the eviden.'e
and passed hii. I asked another to
snow me his sales book. I thn select.
ed two .f his patrons from l he list and
told him to wire them to wire me
Itiat thty had naide the purchases on
-'1' da' nainie- And sio Or, thrhuN1ph.
S"', i August 6 to'(ou the list. I conferred "with Dr. And-
e'"son Ib phone about this method ot
:f Cowan. Fla.. a' -ting at the tacts. and he approved
Sr dealer of that place.I :' have asked the railroad, official*
rd.:ay looking into the to notify agem~ at all points that pas-
i ne-s to, Florida points will be re-
c i;rtd to prove where they have been'
,,ol. of Andalusia. Ala.. t,,. the past ten days.
business s man of that "-We have not had any fruit cars this
".nsacula yeserday on a iay. Three box cars from New -r-
i 'tanr. hia2 been rumigate.i i cfore I ar-
Tarpon entered yes-i rivedi Two e-upty sleepers came
'-ahelle. Apalachicoia. oughgh to-day from New Orleans to
: her joints on her! n*'cksnm i!le We fums;aned them to
: a gld cargo oft ki!l nmo.quitoes. d(talning them only a'
a number of passen-ft f* houi.
"Travt-i yesterday was heavy from
r:'-vas: Bp J ones. ;h su'1. lt Itw for Florila. It was
on i.gh tt from thth norti. Thie air was
I :n;. Brown. city ireake with rumors of yiliow fever
l:.`w: W. R. Tay-i i Mobile. Al the Press Association
.ns.. ts. JMcLnn- ad just adjourned in Mobile. Travel
T. E Jo r rm the soutH'( was lighter today, but
S1I, D)e- cavier from the north and a great
S l..;i lad. niany more fo- Florida.
,..before Re-i "We have been having Mr. Anderson
:(,;cipal court ';, to Mol.ile every- morning and lhav-
- Of this ing there on tthe local passenger train
r'. discharg- :;1 i New Orleans. which comes as
h-, county tar as Bay Minette, inspecting the
-! amount- train enroute. At Bay Minette he
':ops and eots on the fast train from
S l1 New O-rlans. which follows close be-
S,, re Pah hlin. Hlt has time thus to inspect
Share' 1o(x h trains before getting here. Hence-
,.. chrg f (' north w- are goI l to work the trains
I t Pensar.la similarly. This will leave
r ach.d : frm wo( of us on rh- grounds here alt the
... frm time and one on the road."
.- h: was
No such thing as "summer cornm-
:'''- :' ,:' 'diree-.- plaint" where Dr. Fowler's Extract or
S' :: \, ll as VWild Strawberry is kept handy. Na-.
.' ... :_. aa ilt tIre's remedy for every looseness of
S'" i as:the bowelss.
. "*; i>:t: : .... :- ::"i- n !
: ;:"-;- ,,a..-, WILL DRAIN BUTCHER
:'n V, ; '.-,n th-,. PEN POND WITH DYNAMITE.'
Butcher pen pond. located in the
S.1 tizir o nortlhw ern section of tie city, which
"-;n ,ol,,r iI ha. been a menace to health for many
: .r,'.- af.: a .ht 'ars."' is to be rained by the city au-
a r ,ort eis.
a:r: n,.- a n.' Dynamite is to be used in accom-
.: ,. : a: ,s plising the work. A pipe abm r
":" i ,,iis t ;hi,, t' n'" :Y feet in length has been sunk
Ti inr'-rnim'' 'nar the (center of the pond, and into
c. Triii.,rvn a' 4 tl,i a large quantity of dynamite will
'ine mnii Im played, bet'il discharged by elee-
S lI H rt'ricity. An underground passage is
SAl'tr '.l'tve,1 to exi-: and the dynamite is
I', .W i !I Alf d. -^
:h ":he "'I luiBh
-,, a', a .a .'y tha
:. \';lni:.a TbrTrac'
"-. : hat it i the
Ta kslur gro(T-r
* ..: .. Takes le~.s-.
txpKctNcd to make such an excavation
at- will allow the free passage of the
'-ater from the pond.
Eczema. scald head. hives. Itchiness
o! the skin of any sort instantly re-
i-v-ed. permnanenly cured. Doan's
Oinutmrn. At any drug store.
i OGRAPHICAL UNION.!01 stock of P. De IAno, bankrupt.
' c. -ai1,a Typo- Sealed bids will be received and the
'are- reqlust-, steck will be shown for next ten days.
i : i-ic oi our C. F. Mabson, Receiver, at M. & 0..
S.i,d',,:in. No. Clothing Store. 6aug8t
:: :he funeral.
V' HAYES. NOTICE
SThe public will please take notice
that I have had copyrighted as required
i by law the nan'e "SENNA-PHOS," to
designate a medicinal preparation man-
ufactured by me. and that any one
S M I krnowingly selling or offering for sale,
or in any wise utteriAg or circulating
'Uany preparation bearing any counter-
SON felt or imitation of the above label,
S) trademark, term or wording, will be
prosecuted by me and the full penalty
of the law, to-wrt--a ne of not more
FthRn AN hCndred dolls (,S00 ), or
im Iapron wme fo not more than three
&a (S) menthl-w-ll be invoked.
On""""MUSS.M. L 6auglw W. A. OALEMBERTE.
ONLY THREE MORE DAYS
S ^aS BJ^m-
Before We Commence Stock Tsk!ng.
Profits will be thrown to the winds for the next three days, and many lines will be clashed uut rcgardiess or cost in order to clean up all Odds
and Ends ane broken lines before takihg inventory.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WILL BE SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS.
Not a few catch-penny bargains to divert your attention, but a genuine Mark-Down Sale
Mark-Down Sale of Bed
Spreads and Towels.
Best 75c 10-4 White Spreads,
marked down to .............. 49c
Best $1.00 1 04 White Spr, !
marked down to ............. 75
Best $1.39 10-4 White prce(lA
marked down to .......... Ma
Best $1.50 u1-4 White Spread&,
marked down to ............. $1.19
Best $1.75 10-4 Whke Spreads,
marked down to .............$1.39
Best $2.25 10-4 White Spreads,
marked down to ..............$1.59
All our fine Marseilles Spreads at
special mark-down prices.
5c White Crash Towels, to go in
this sale, per dozen .......... 35c
8c White Huck Towels, now 4c or
per dozen .................... 48
8c White Turkish Towels, now go-
ing at ......................... 5c
15c extra size Turkish Bath Tow-
els, in this sale $1.00 per dozen
or each ....................... 10c
200 dozen 2(tx45 Extra Weight
White Huck Towels, special cut
price $1.35 doz, or each .......12c
200 dozen ISxSG White Huck Tow-
el~. H'.:imced and extra weight,
worth $1.5u per dozen, in this
sale .......................... 95c
5c White Twilled Crash Toweling,
Sc Check Glass Toweling, now .. 5c
be Whiie Huck Toweling, now
oniy ..........................5/5 c
Special cut prices on all finer towel-
100 dozen Large Hemmed White
Turk:.h Bath Towels, formerly
25c, marked down to .......... 19C
Mark-Down Sale White
Good Q:a:i:y White Check Nain-
sook, iu his sale, 10 yards for.. 39s
Fine 20- White India Linen, beau-
tiful Finish, in this sale at .... 10c
45-inch Persian Lawn, and India
Wash l'at!ite, ve.'y sheer and
flne. 2'e value, now ......... 15;
ISc She;r and Fine White Persian
Lawn beautiful finish. while it
lasts for ...................... 10c
;5c and 1Sc White Duck and
Piq.u to go at .............. 10c
i lot o: Fine She- r FPatz-y White
Lawns and Dot;ted Swiss, worth
15e to 2uc, ,. his sale ........ 10c
10 pieces Sheer White Skip Lawn,
the 12c kind to go in this sale
10 yards for .................. 65c
40-inch White India Linen, the
12',c l;i:ri on sale now for ....8 c
15c a-;d 1'c White French Madras,
Cho'e.? patterns, speeml for this
-ale .......................... 100
39, White Pure Iinen Cambi'ics,
to go a ..................... 25o
50c Wbhi:- Pure Linc: Lawn and
Ca:nbri.'. to go at ............ 39c
7.o !,' ,;: LI'.nL ITawn. S-.!!ng. ,
spe iai cut price ............ 47c
71-:i ,i !fast All-lI ina' Suiting,
Whlit-. the 39-" e:.a'itv, now ... 98c
Mark-Down Sale Underw'r
Ladies' 59c Muslin Gowns, mark-
ed, down to .................... 43c
Ladies' 35c Muslin Drawers with
Hemstitched Tucks, marked
down to ...................... 23c
Ladies' Fine Muslin Gowns, trim-
med with Embroidery ruffles,
regular $1.39 kind, marked down
to ............................ 95c
Ladies' fine $1.50 Muslin Gowns,
handsomely trimmed in Em-
broidery and Ruffles, marked
down to ...................... $1.19
Ladies' Muslin Skirts, ruffled and
Lace Trimmed. 60c kind, mark-
ed down to .................... 49c
Ladies' 65c Muslin Drawers. Ruf-
fle and Embroidery Trimmed,
marked down to .............. 49c
Ladies' 50c Muslin Drawers. tuck-
ed and Embroidery Trimmed,
marked down to ............... 39c
Ladies' Fine Muslin Gowns, trim-
med in Tucks, Hemstitching and
Embroidery, $1.00 value, marked
down to ...................... 69c
Mark-Down Sale Ladics' Suits, Waists and Skirts.
$10.00 Sheer and Fine White Lawn
Suit, beautifully trimmed in but-
tonhola Embnroidery, Hemstitch-
ed and Tucks, s!za 32 and 34
only. to Do now for ............$3.90
$120" F'Ntra Fine White Lawn
s I'r :t:'h.iIl Embroidered,
I1. m "r.kp nd Embroidery In-
r': ;,,, .* e style in sizes 34,
s :- I ar: i .:ly. ,in o for......$4.95
Finis.t $1'V.'' Shet White Lawn
Sri' s. :1P- *hotfeintcq f this sea-
sni's styles, Iwaui'!fully and
elaborately trini::lc, in Bntton-
hole Embroidery. Hemstitching.
Tucks and Ruffles, sizes 34, 2iG,
38 and 40. our choice for ......$6.7b
$7.50 Sheer Whit:e Dtted S.Il:-s
Suits, tucked Surplipe Waist ef-
fect, sizes 34, 36, 38 and 4., to
go at .............. ...$3.50
7 Suits made of Fxtra White Rel-
fast Linen, sizes 32, 40 and 42.
formerly $10.00. some trimmed
In Eyelet Embroidery and Tucks
beautifully tailored, to go now.$3.9b'
3 suits of Best W'hite Befast Linen
Buttonhole Emlbroidered. and
Hemstitched: innte up for the
finest trade, sizes 34, 38 and 40,,
to sell at $12 now... ......$5.90
11 White Belfast Linen Suits, sty-
lishly made Sizes ,., 36 and 38,
made to retail at $6.00 each: to
closeout quick, we say.......$2.39
"' !.50 and $1.75 Fine White Lawn
Waists, now .................. 98
$2.00 Dotted White Percale or
Natural Colore tr Lawn Suits.
size 42, to clear up uow for .. 75c
now for ...................... 75o
6 Percale Shirt Waift SU'T.S, White
grndnds witb r'oior'!d d:ts.v well
nian'e, worth $;3.'irf eacfl. size.s X4.
R6, 40 and 42. to go at... ... 980
F4.00 Colore.d lawn as'i P.'tcale
S,:lts. WPll n:tide. esi8s 32;. 34,
3f6, 40 and 42. to go uow at.. $1.95
15 n:-'reer!zed atteen Suits.
wor'h $5.00 and Sr (0 ,0.0-h size
34, 3G. 38, 40 and 42 1I. go n.jw
for ........ ................ .$".9
All our IF"ne W hite %*-., .*.:;,- ,*,
down lu this sra,- -;it p,'-.:e
$1.25 .Blue, Sitctrr.o- i ,* 'I Skir
to go at ........... ......... **
$2.00 TI,-own l.ri-r', r ''r -. S rts
tr;;ivned iD Tu::I.n;l. i. t: ,i'.).
to go ~ t ...................... e4a
$2."O V'bhite Pique Skirts Braided
ana' Faggoted, to go in his sale
at .......................... 95c
$3.00 Extra White PIque Skirts.
Trimmed with EBr.!'.:rvfhlr, to
go .' ....................... $1.39
A handsome line of the Ce!or'rated
"*rlffc!n" Brand Whit-h irrt Wilst;,
worih from $5.00 to $1?.0nn to b)e
market down in the ra!e r."rnardllss
of est. All summer Suits, Skirts and
Waists must go.
Mark-Down Sale of Notions and Small Wares.
5 2559 Qdallai. Hair Brushes, good
Fs rnbrilstle, with polished 23
handle, now only ........
75c Superior Quality Hair Brush, im-
ported bristle, and finely 59c
polished handles, now .....
10c Tooth Brushes now going t
at .......................... 7I I
25c Superior Tooth Brushes, very fine
bristle, ivory handles, now 15
only ...................... 15
20c and 25e Extra-White Pearl 0%
Buttons, all sizes, now only.. Ub
Ladies' 40e Super Lisle Gloves, In
black, white aud color, now OE,
going at .................. .& L
10c level Edge Hand Mirrors. pol-
ished wood back and ban-
d!e, now only ..............
25c Mirrors, Nickel Frame and Decor-
ated Back, with hanging 1 r
chain, now only ...........
50c Triplicate Mirrors, Nicki Franme
and Decorated Backs, to gc *32
10 yards Finest Printea' French Or-
gandy in Cholic- Styles, worth
25c per yard, hlnit 10 yards to
each customer, for ............ Sc
Best 25c Bleached Turkish Bath
Towels, large and heavy, limit 6
to each customer, at......... 15c
36-inch White Curtain Scrim, limit
of 10 yards to each customer,
Lailes 50c Pine Black, White or
Brown I :ce Lisle Hose, linl:t 3
pairs 'o each customer, fo .$1.00
10c Cosmiopolitan paper patterns,
limit 2 patterns to each custom-
er ......................... FREE.
59c Bleached, Ex'ra Quality
Sheets, marked doDwn to ....... 45c
14c Linen Finished Pillow Cases,
special ................*****. 10c
Ladies' Muslin Drawers, 35c kind,
8 to 9 a. m. ........ .....- ..... 190
1 lot of 25c ant. 40c fancy Suit-
ings, 8 to 9 a. m. .............. 15c
15c White Swiss, Fine and Sheer,
8 to 9 a. m. ................... 100
Best 45-inch Table Oil Cloth for.. 14c
Hundreds of Other Bargains
Too Numerous to Mention.
10c wide Torchon Laces. anr, 3C
'Embroideries, to go at .... 4
1 lot of 18c and 20c Sheer and Fine
White Swiss, and Fancy 10c
Striped Lawns at .........
25c and 50: Pillow Tops 8 15n
to 9 a. m. ................ !s .
Ladles' 10c Undervcsts, now 71
going at .................. 2
Ladies' 8%c Undervests, to e
go at ...................... U
One lot of Ladies' Undervcets 4o
to go at ................... 4U
Mill Ends rnd Remnants of Wasa
Goods and Tqhle Linen on Special
Bargain Jounters at Sla:lghter
Sc Hemstitched Handkerch!efs I)1I
now ............... .......... .2
10c IIemstitche d or Embroi.'er- 71
ed Handketchiefs, now ....... 2
15c Hemstitched or Embiroind fl ,
ered Handkerchiefs, now .. IUl
Men's White Bandana lH.nd- 5c
ketchI.,'s for ...............
8 to 9 Only.
'ery Sheer :':tb:e folfl Vhlte
. in i -'.-! ri,,it 10C .~ ''. C 9.
ch cus -".r for ............ 9c
irds of '" *i ''r; te. ~r': ". e
. . . . . . . $1.00
5c I' .:itt Fi wns. a; rne.
'les, limit 12 yards 'to Cus;-
'r, pe'r y:..a l..............2/2a
White Sanitary A'bsorb,..L, d!a-
r Cotton in full 10 yard pieces,
go at ...................... 456
25c Bleached Pepperel Sheet-
limit of 10 yards to each cus-
mer, per yard .............191,ac
Best 10c genuine B. F. C. Gin.-
hams, in Chol:c styles, limit 10
yards to eaucw customer, o01 .650
1 lot genuine J. B. Corsets. special 5Cc
16 yards gooi quality White India
Linen for ........... ........ 45c
men'ss 10c and 12/c Socks in
black, brown and balbriggan,
special, per ,air .............. S
10c Genuine Rissia Crash, special 6%
$6.00 White Linen Suits, only 10
left, :our choice, from 8 to 9 a.
in every department,
Mark-Down Sale of Fine
$2 50 Fine Plain Black Spun Silk
i-ose, marked down to .......$1.85
$:.o0 Fine Black Drop Stitch
Hose, nmarkedl down to ........$$L25
Finest 5c Stainless Fast Black,
All-Over Lace Lisle Hose, with
fancy lace top, marked down to'69c
75e Fine Stainless Black Lace
Lsle Boot Io.e, now ........ 49c
Best 1Oc 'Fast Black.Cotton Hose,
(-. Tan, to go at .............. 8c
1lc Fine Fast Black or Tan Hose,
t'eSi ci! cutp rise .............. 14c
:. eItrn3 F-ne Fast Black or Tan,
L.c e Ilose ................ 22c
7 itncy Lao Lsle l-ose, choice
~ tyles, to go at .......... 45c,
SI: .'c Tuft-e-Nuff Fast-Black
,i i':; -lose, iron frame, spe-
S ;... ....................... 15c
1F r 50c i.are Lisle Hose, in
titlck, Whito or Tan, now .....35c
A cho!.e :no of Black or White
f Spun Silk Gloves, 653 quality,
markeli down to .............. 47c
$1.9S Extra long Black or White,
All Silk Lace Mitts, to go now
per pair ......... ....... 39c
50c Black or White Silk Lace
Mitts, now ........ .......... 10c
Ladies' 3.c Linen Embroidered
and Fagotted Belts, now ...... 25c
Ladies' 50c Chiffon Silk and Silk
Liberty Belts. in Black or white,
marked down to .............. 39c
Finest 75c Liberty Messaline Silk
Belts, Black or White, now ...... 50c
Mark-Down Sale Wash
100 pieces Printed French
Organdies, very Sheer-
and Fine,, worth 25c per 10 yards
50 pieces Printed Ariel
1 lot of 10c Dress Style ;I
Zephyr Ginghams ..... .
Mark-Down Sale of Lace
$1.19 White Notingham Lace Cur-
tains, marked down to, per
pair .......................... 69c
$1.75 Nottingham Lace Curtains,
marked down to .............. 95c
$2.00 Nottingham Lace Curtains,
marked down to ............. .$1.19
$3.00 Extra Fine and large double
thread Nottingham Lace Cur-
tains, marked down to ........$1.90
Mark-Down Sale of
5 pes. White Wash JaptSilks, the
40c quality, marked down to.. 23c
3G inch Black or Changeable Col-
ored All-Silk Mousueiine Taf-
feta, the regular $1.39, now....921/
$1.00 All-Silk. Cheney Bros. Taf-
feta. in the new Chemellon
Changeable effects, now ...... 69c
59c Black and Colored Jap Silks,
now .......................... 37c
75c* and 8 re Washable Jap Silks,
in the new shepherd checks, and
Pekin Stripes, very cool and
practical. now ............... 37c
36-inch Pagoda Taffeta Silks,
worth 90c, In Black and Col-
ors, a good, strong wearing
quality, now ............... 57 .
36-Inch Chiffon Silks, in Black and
colors former value 75c, now
only ........................ 39c
Mark-Down Sale of Hats.
100 L-dles' and Misses'
Hats, worth 50 to $1.00
100 Plain Black Sailor
Hats, worth 53c each,
60c Men's White S'raw
Hats, regular 50c kind /
Be on Hand Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
'Fill Wfliti If tiff I-all t hit I 11#111imilf
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TGId ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPi
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, SOUND
When you leave the city for your
rmmer vacation have The Pensacola
Journal follow you. Notify circula-
tion manager, Phone 38.
Pay City Taxes
Unless a great many property own-
ers in Pensacola pay their city taxes
on or before Thursday, August 10, they
will be disqualified from voting in the
bond election to be held on the 22nd.
It does not make any difference
whether the elector voted in the last
general and city election or not,
whether he may or may not be quali-
fied in every other particular, if Ols
CITY taxes are not paid by August 10,
tic will not be qualified to vote in the
Every citizen should see to it there-
fore that his city taxes are paid up and
thonths In the county Jail It would
have a most salutary effect, we think,
on the majority of those who are now
willing to take chances on the pay-
ment of a $100.00 fne for the privilege
of carrying a pistol in the hip pocket.
And a few such sentences would come
pretty nearly breaking the practice
fit is now, a taS e which tc
"up to the ouort." Will the extreme
penalty be imposed or not?
The Miami Metropolis has issue j
a "Key Weet Edition" "whica is one
of the handsomest works of the kind
that has recently come to The Jour-
nal's exchange table.
The Jim Crow Street Car Law
In Other Southern States
SOA ED PRESS.
Siitor Pensacola Journal: the other ra*q" i
ION RATE I have read with interest the state- i Section ,42 to 2162, Art. 8,. p. 828,
meant of Hon. J. Campbell Avery, as Co e of South Carolina 1902, Vol. 1, re
o ne 0 Mot.......... 45 published in his interview of the 1stL quires all railroads to furnish separate
; One Week ........... I inst. Speaking of section 7 of the so-. (oacaes for the accommodation 01
SWeekly uiUtion, yar.$1 called Jim Crow law recently passed l hite a "nd cored passengers, etc.
S ~by the legislaiurc, Mr. Avery says: S Sec. 2159 is as follows: "The provis-
t M w "That section, however, was taken ions of sections 2158 to 2162 shall not
from the Geo.gia law as it is now in apply to nurses.on trains."
APER FROM WHICH A DETAILSO force In that state. It is also incor-' Revised ,tatutes of Texas of 1895,
ENT CAN BE SECURED. prorated in the laws of other southern Art. 4513 1s as follows: 'The provisions
states and stan'Ls as constitutional." ot this law shall not be so construed
Let us contrast the provisions of see-, as to prohibit nurses from traveling
bEt Gov*rnment StrUee. tion 7 of the act of the Florida legis-' In the same coach with employers or
ONE No. 3 leture with those provisions of the employees upon the train in discharge
statutes of "other southern states," oi their duties, neither shall it apply
" 1and see wheLher this section of our; to street railway cars."
law is "incorporated in the laws of I will not question the accuracy of
AY MORNING. AUGUST 6, 1903. other southern states." Mr. Avery upoa the statutes of Geor-
Scction 7 or the Avery law reads' gia, although he has not cited any de
more carefully guarded places and, as follows: "That the provisions of cession of the court sustaining the con-
relly at the peril of the whole ou this act shall not apply to colored slitutionality of a statute like ours. I
really at the peril of the whole cou- rses having the care of white. chil- fin:. however, es late as the code of
tr. itself., dren or sick white persons. 1 Georgia of 1895, Sec. 2274, Chap. 2. Art.
No better illustration of this could Section 3, Acts 180o, 111, p. 152, of 6. p. 156. as follows: 'But these provis.
be offered than by the present situa.- Iuisiana provides that "ncthin.; inlIons shall not apply to nurses or ser-
tion in New Orleans. Had that city this act shall be construct as applying, vants in attendance on their em-
to nurses attending children of the players."
been under the control of the Marine, other race." Thh, act was before the it will be observed that the statutes
hospital Service the chances are that i supreme court of the United States 1-i of these southern state; do not make
no fever would have got In there. case of Plessy is. Ferguson 163, U. S. the discrimination between white and
But had it done so, we may rest as- .37, and was held by this court to be colored nurses as does the statute of
B.I constitutional. Section 3, H. B. No. this state. Indeed. the legislatures ot
sured that, on the discovery of thio 0(. Chap. 99, of laws of Mississippi,' these other states seem studiously
first case, the fact would have been approved March 1st, 1904, contains the to avoid making this discrimination,
announced and the true situation woul-l following: providedd. that nothing in as notably the statutes of Louisiana
rot have bee-i concealed as it ap- tiis act shall be construed as apply-' and Mississippi.
not ae Ing to nurses attending children of, LEX SCRIPTA.
pears to have been done by the local
health officials of that city for practi-!
cally a month before they were forced 'l
to admit it.
It is in the interest of public health
and safety, ani of commercial equl1- i
ity as well, that our coast quarantine
should be under control of the Marino ,
Hospital Service, or at least soni
OF PENSA COLA
AND PENSA COLIANS |I
.- - - - --- - - - -
~xus~ q $ ; 04$ ; 001.01$ o'S9@Q9W :Co 000"4 W44
SFORBE5 Quality sFOIRBES
AUG. CLEARING 5ALE
NIGHT.GOWNS AND LONG SKIRTS
BEGINNING MONDAY, AUG. 7th, 8 A. M.
AN offering of Celebrated "Home Made" Randd Garments that should interest
every woman who delights in dainty lingerie. For style, quality and workmanship
they have no equal, and there is not a garment in the lots here offered but what are
worth its full original price. Unusual heavy selling has broken many lines and in
order to clear them quickly we have not considered their cost, but marked them at
such prices as we know will clear them up.
IN iR&ls iD? THEN COME EARLY.
NIGHT GOWNS 89c
In our big north window you
will see these in two style::,
Kimocna and Chemise Yoke, neat.
ly finished in dainty ruffles and
hematitehing, and of the best
quality domestic. If you appre-
ciace a genuine bar-
gain. here it is; for-
merly $1.15 now .....
Formerly $1.50, $1.00, $1.75.
Three of our most popular sel-
lers in Kfmona and Chemise
Yoke; short and long sleeves;
cambric ruffled, hemstitched,
bodies of nainsook, cambric and
finest quality of domestic; for-
merly $1.50, $1.69
now........ .. $12
'Formerly $2, $2.25 and S2.50
Two s'yles in Chrn.s.t. y,.
of best c.uality nain.,ook. :, I .:.
fully trimmed wi t, namn. .,
embrold'r:. and fine rnff1.--, o .-
style half Chemise Yk., y'k ,
composed entirely of fin,. h,-.
s:irched t;:cks, ribbon arI ,..,n.
broidery trimmed. The barra n
of the season. For-
merly S2. $2.25 and
$2.50, now.. ..... S
Only a few of t;:ese left; were formerly Q About twenty-five in this lot and worth
$1.25, while they last.. .. .... .. .... 0 vp to $2.50, choice.......... .. ..
BEAUTIFUL AXMINSTER VELVET RUGS
S and 3.50 Axmisrer Velvet Rugs; size 30x 60, in beait!ful oriental and empire
ii~s2 designs. See them In our Big South Window.. .............. .. ....
These rugs were shipped to us through an error; we informr,!i the hou.e to that effect, and receiv-
ed a proposition from them to accept the rugs at a considerable concession, thus it is that we are able
tp offe- these unmatchable Rug values for Monday. Should you wait until fall you will have to pay an
advance over $3.00 and $3.59 for carpet prices are steadily advancing.
n^ M 1r uainAY_ *i iDnAVY M OAV *rf LATE
at once. There should be a full vote federal system which will insure un- m-' w -,
cas: at the bond election, but there fornmity and protection. The matter, "Views With Alarm." ;garded as one of the most responsible.
cannot be unless a great many peo- should be taken up ln congress at t' The Pensacola council "views with, and dependable members of the Board EM BROIDERIE EM BROIDE IES
ple who have not done so pay up their coming session and the tntecr:r states, alarm. the stand taken by Mayor of Control. and his splendid business Two Big Speolal fo Monday and Tuesday.
which are just as greatly interested in Bliss on corruption charges.-Gaines-' qualifications will be manifest. in all
texes now. it as the coast states, should join in'ville Sun. the proceedings of that body as long About fifteen hundred yards 10c, 12%c Choice Monday of any e!ge or insert-
We ar just now n the ist of a movement to accomplish that nl. s he remains a member.-Ta'llahaa- and 15c values, edges and insertings; ing. worth from 20c to 45c yd.; extra
WeThe present situation s a fiie nx. Didn't Need the Diamonds. see True Democrat. Extra pecal..........pecial.. .. ........ special only...................
theThe present situation sseaefis-hedux-l
the summer season-the dull season mple of the necessity of a fd'ra That iPensacola burglar who provid- Charged to Liquor
as it is commonly called-but it is e himself with a bath and clean d wide Bleached Domestic worth Sndar Aro Gnghams, sma
doubtful if Pensacola ever enjoyed coast uarantinc system ow l clothes might have proved a better Ail the business houses of Pensaco- ard, nday .. ...... P medium and rge ches. ......
issue be pressetl while it is hot. right to the title of "gentleman" had Ia closely out of respect for the deceas. w ar, y
better business than it is doing right he left the jewelry behind. The gen- ed when John White was buried. The
now. This speaks volumes for the tieman must be clean, when possible, shooting of- John and James Whtte
substantial basis on which the busi- The Tampa Times his Installe.i a but he need not wear diamonds to and of Edward Danby was done by W. -
ness of the Deep Water City rests. Cox Duplex perfecting preas-- a mi- keep up his claims.-Jacksonville I. Williams an employee of the elder W
chine in keeping with the metropo'.z r,;Times-Union. a tWh. iliate p ;cwas crazed by drink
*u~ r:^ c, ,and the Proopect of Inhi jo ini
Give Us a Federal Cast airs which both the Tmes and Ta tp Lumber For the Canal. consequence of his habits. Charge
are assuming nw. It makes a g Pensacola will furnish some of th is terrible crime to liquor!-Monti- C W. Terry. Van Baouh I.
Quarantine System. difference in the looks of the paper l umber to be usellIntheconstructioncello News. providing, a system of sewerage and ida Booth and Alexn *
ts th e Times right up into the r onstrutio nt drainage the sum of Two Hundred and are required to appear to t.
The reonest of the official and busi- anduts the Times right upf the Panama canal. intot are te Respect to Jhn WhiteFifty Thousand Dollars (
tess i,;erests of New Orleans. to have class of metropolitan journalism. i Apalachicola mill men ooing along Fifty Thousand Doao-$hiaO0) ortaaistthethrenStat
ess interests of New Orleans, to have class of troptan jounam. line?-pa hicolh a Tins. In Pensacola Thursday the mer- I Escaibia County Circuit Court,Stat so much thereof as may be necessary. published once each week
the United Stale government assume cl;ants and others showed -heir e-. of Florida, In Chancery-Ethel For the purpose of paving and other- conseutive weeks in tho i
charge of the operations now being A Case When It Is Pensacola Ahead, As Usual. teen of John -White- by suspending Franklin vs. Dorsey Franklin. [wise improving streets and public Journal, a newspaper pb-
Sl f rI Unin saoa i a A ua business and closin
out th yllow fvr is timly and that weighed a thousand pounds. a, old and honorable business man to Franklin, is hereby required to appear ($150.000). or so muca thereof as may ward, D. C.
meet the< approval of public sentiment About two weeks ago The Journal, ?ome years ago a "batfish" killed at be murdered in cold blood by an in. to the bill filed against him herein. be necessary. I Pensacola, Fla., July 11f. 1 ,
everywhere. it discussing the subject of carrying Tampa weighed more than twice as cnsed clerk. Thing are happening This orr to be published once a For the purpose of purchase a site
In fat, fdra contr of our coast concealed weapons, put itself on re- much and anotr landed at Pena-very dayllustrative of the uncertain- week for four consecutive weeks in and or constructing, or providing a city
..la hed 1,800 pounds. But Flor-. ty -to human life.-.acksonville Me- The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper hall building the sum o eveny-iv
carantine is something that those ord as favoring a statute which will; ida didn't brag and made no mystery tropolis. published in said Escambia county. Thousand Dollars (75,000) or so
who have studied the question most make this offense against law, iaorals, of her catches. California certainly, * Sealj A. M. McMILLAAN, much thereof as may be necessary.
carefully have advocated for years, and manhood', punishable by a peni- has a genius for advertising.-Jack- Would Be Interested. Clerk Circuit Court. For the purpose of purchasing an
and iT is a systrnm also which. had it tentiary sentence. Many a man is nvi Ti. P ensacola wants President Roo. By G. AYMARD. D. C. site and constructing, or providing th
od*oa s t en I sItO visit her on his next trip South. Pensacola, Fla., July 24, 1905. Police Station and Jail Building the I
been operative, would no doubt have sent to the penitentiary for an offense Now Dead Issues lt t vist hr on his nxt rip Soth. a aug4w sum of Twenty-Fve Thousand Dollar
prevented the existence of yellow less dangerous to society than theft Some of our metropolitan Journal,em iwoiul find something to iteren.- $25,000), orso much thereof as may
flve: In New Orleans at this time. ; carrying of a concealed pistol, but! viz: The Pensacola Journal, Atlanta' onve Ties-Union. -Jac- Notice is hereby given that the lists be necessary.
Local control in quarantine matters the greatest punishment ever inflicted ounal. Times-Union Metropolis an nle TimesUnion. prepared by me containing the names And noticeald reby given thun
Is an admirable thing in some re- on the pistol toter in Escambia counts the north pole and are letting Mr Scator Malory's Health. of the electors of the City of Pensa- uh t teadoratheCon
"e po, and are rotting Mrs. Cola, who are qualified to vote at the ha d elestee following Bret
rpecis, but it is a very unsafe thing bas been $100.00 fine. Chadwick, Carrie Nation and Nan Pat The friend cf Senator Mallory will City Bnd Election to be held on Au- of Bond Trustees, viz: F. C. Brent
fr tb country at large, and. converse- We find, on referring to the law it- person absolutely alone. What's the (iarn with pleasure of his return from gust 22nd, 1905 will be submitted by: for the term ofree years Hilton
issu?-ChpleBanner cola. mulch improved in health.-Jack. m to the City Council for I thereof to be J. M. Pfelfer for the term of one y ear
selves. might be imposed. Chapter y4929. *svill Metrols. r In witness whe eo thae hr
Takc the Gulf Coast as an example. of the acts of 1901, reads as follows: "Cordiality" Not Filling. 9, at 7 o'clock p.alln m August 10thset my hand, and caused the corporate
Florida is the only state whose coast Section 1. That whoever shall se- A Pensacola hotel advertises "Cor. Would be Too Bad. All citizens are hereby called on to ae sed, thi 1styda of A .n19 t 5. be
qraranmine is under control of the Ma- cretly carry arms of any kind on or diality" as an attraction. The hungry Senator Mallory's homeue in Pensacr.- show cause. if any they can. at saiaed, CHAS. H BoISf As. 1 9
rine Ilospital Service. Each of the about his person, or whoever shall wayfarer maybe can put up with cor- 'a was visited b) a thief a few nighsa time and place why the said lists as Mayor Ctty of Pensacola.
ither states-Alabanma, Mississippl, nave concealed on or about his person, d;ality, but generally speaking more' snce and the di-tinguished gentle-iprepared and submitted by me should Attest: B. 8. BERNARD City Clerk
any dirk, pistol, metallic knuckles,! substantial grub on the bill of fare is ,inn was relieved of some cash. keys i not be approved by the Council. A.rR
Louisiana and Texas-bas its own slug shot, billie or other weapon, ex-' pipreciated.-Apalachicola Times. Ind other articles. Now it would be6 This notice will be published daily NOTICE
quarantine systcnl, so that, with Flor-: cept a common pocket knife, shall, * too had if this thing should prove pro- for the space of three days after the
idea's. There are five separate and dis- upon conviction, be punished by im- Blood-Blot on the Map. lhcettc if what might happen bB the date hereof, and during the time of In re Estate of John A. Brosnaham,
tict quarantine systems on the Gulf prisonment of not less than three Pensacola follows Knight' tation ann ith race for U. S. Senasaid publication and until the lath day deceased. Notice Is hereby given to
,months nor exceeding six months, or in placing a blood-blot on the Florida tor rext ycar.-Madison New Enter- of August, 1905, the said registration creditors, legatees, distrbutees and all
1Ot. l by fine of not less than one hundred map. Clerk there shot tne "boss his Is,"i li-ts will remain for public inspection persons having claims or demands "
A chain is no stronger than its dollars nor exceeding five huno'red l)l and another clerk Mabe that at my offlee, number 12 East Govern- against the said state to present them
,wealest link. and a coast quarantine dollars, or by both such fine and Im- was his idea of asking for a raise IIi Fair Tria! Unavo able. ment street. within two yeall M. Brosna-
is no better than the worst or weakest prisonment. Provided. That nothing in wages.-Tampa Tribune. The people of Pensacola have peti- Dated Pensacola, Fla., Aug. th,' ham, Elecutors. June 18. 1905.
int in it. Florida may have the this act shall be considered as applying * toned for a special term of court for' 1905. GEO. S. HALLMARK, junelgoaw~w
to Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs, City or Not Worried Yet. the trial of Wi. F. Williams, the Rgister for City Bond Election.
bet quarantine stem in the world, Town Marshals, Policemen, Cnsta The home of Senator Mallory, in rk wo killed John Whte, the Pen- aug3t ADMINISTRKneads
but it avails absolutely nothing if an bles or United States Marshals or Pensacola ,e t rcnaty ontere, bn sacola merchar.nt, A.nd Elward Dansby, and Kneas
adjoining ora neighboring tate hasstheir deputies. robbers.tlong o ted th Brea in 3
dining or a neighboring state has their deputies robbers But so long as aoter emplo, r. the White store. Bond Eection Proclamation. Estate of James Robertson, deceased.
a poor one. W- may be able to protect The carrying of concealed weapons tempts to take his senatorialseate Mr. Bt the Judge is desirous of knowing PWhereashe Council of the City ofJ" Notice is her ,
Is hereby declared a breach of peace. Mallo will n whether Williams "co t f Pensacola did on the 19th day of Juiy,i 21st day of Deceiber, 1905, I will sp-
our coast line. hut of what good is the and any officer authorized to make Times Herl not worry.-Paltka d impartial a trial at i special term 1905, pass an ordinance, entitled: ply to the Honorable Probate Judge
protecon whn persons or freightlarrests under the law of this state -Her of cou as he could t the regular "An ordinance to provide for the Is- of Escambia county, Florida for a
which is denied entrance here can jis hereby au4horizqd to make An Explanatibn. term." With the evidence so nlain as suance of Bonds of the City of Pensa- final discharge from the administ-a- rnd do not touch d0
enter at a neighboring port and imme- arrests, without warrant, of persons i in this case, it would se-m that a "fair cola, Florida, under and by virtue of tion of said estate
diately proceed into Florida by rail? violating the provisions of this act. We arise to remark to The Pensa-! and impartial trial" could hardly be an Act of the Legislature of the State MRS. MILD D ROBERTSON. S rp eC onoical, sani
ay proceed ria Sec. 2. That all laws or parts of! cola Journal that the Sun Is not pessi- avoided. He did the shooting and had of Florida, entitled: An Act to au- Administratnix.
A case in po:nt was the Italian who laws in conflict with this act be and mlstic in regard to the discovery ofcrnly himself to blame, lest he might thorize the City of Pensacola to issue; Dated June 6th, 1905. 6Janeoam6m TO Operate and eCan,
Ms discovered with yellow fever in the same are hereby repealed. oil in Florida. The expert "employed have been crazy drunk, and under negotiable bonds for municipal pur-[
test Tampa. 1: developed that he Approved May 31, 1901. by the Pearson Company says that those conditions the law might be to poses, and provide for the payment In Escambia County Circuit Court-
d gonp their from New Orleans by It will therefore be seen that a there are strong indications of oil blame. The aider an abettor of this thereof, approved May 12th, 1905," State of Plorda-In Chancery.
Sgon there from New Orleans by It will therefore be seen that a here and he should know something crime was the stuff that stole away hi which said' oitinance was approved by James Wilkin95 et al., vs. W A. Boot
vil. It would have been practically, much heavier penalty than the one or- about it. We hope he wi find it, and brain.-Gainesv!lle Sun. -me on the 19th day of July, 1905: Pensacola City Co a corporation
fabiposible for such a case to have got dinarily imposed, is provided under also hope the company will make bar- Now, therefore, I. Chas. H. Bliss, W. H. Davidton, Starritt Tate, Ad-
through the quarantine which is main- the present law ana', while it is not rels of money out of the operation. Human Life is Cheap, Mayor of the City of Pensacola, pur- ministrator and heir a law of Wal-
tained t all times of the year by the so severe as penitentiary sentence, The only idea we wish to convey is Pensaola was t of a suant to the provisions of said ordl- ter Tate, deeased; W. H. Knowles,
teamed ce fthyarbythe ssevere penitentiary- sentencethat experts come high.---Gainesville bsenagdlas w ene of a horrid nance, do hereby call an election to be heir at law ov Pvter Knd oltsh lesRai
Marine Hospital Service along theit is still heavy enough to cause a sun. aeead s d herebpoyy calloan electin tobbhiaaya ofeley, Lie oullse and Noshwiles ]gLu-
eoat of Florida. second thought or two on the part of ed employer and probably fatal- August, 1906, to determine whether. road Co., a corporatlcn, successor
The comme-(cal interests of a port'the pistol toter if he had any reason Amusing, But Untrue. v, wounded two others. Human life, or not, the majority of the qualified to the Peasola Raforoad Co r aI
,hei t, seems, is of but small vahle these':electors of said City, qualified to vote, corporate; A. V. Clubbs, .= P O,
ae so directly dependent on the lat- to believe the extreme sentence would' The Orlando Star, discussing the days.-Madson New Enterprise. thesand vectors at said election shalt corporath; A. V. Cbb C. B.
tr's quarantine system that k natur- be pronounced on him. location of the University, states that and votgatPr Tho-ae C. W W. .
qa "ystem tht nu- e o c o 'Mr. Yonge and the Board of Educa- prove the issuance of bonds for the Anderios, Alex Stoddart, N. Thur.
aily follows. where every state is al- Just why the courts persist in Im- tion, all politicians, now in office, fav- Dr. Anderson on Guard. purposes and amounts, or any of them, ton, aniale B. Halmes, Electra B. I Q II DT
wed to establish its own quarantine, posing the minimum penalty on per- ored Galnesvilit." The designation 7Flh'l(tans need have no anxiety enumerated in said oralnance, to-wit: Richards, Josphike 0. W. Terr, t
the competition fo- business will lead sons convicted of carrying concealed of Mr. P. K. Yonge, of Pensacola, as a concerning the recent appearance of! br the purpose of purchasing, or Van Baugh IAvlagito aad AbIda
saes and citie-s to take chances which weapons is past comprehension. If '-politician," is amusing. No citizen of yellow fever its New Orleans as long constructing, waterworks the sum of Booth. Manufacturers of
Sw th nt wm o Florida less deserves the term. His as tae Health Offier Porter is to Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand On Moeday ,the Sart day of 8e and Dealers in
they would not otherwise contemplate, the next well dressed gentleman out-. ^only- "oense" In this respect to that charge, and Dr. Warren E. Anderson Dollars (W$g0,000). or so much thereof member, D. n 1, t dm r.1)ou t LATH rAWED1 V
The rwskst i that certain ports there- law who 1i convicted of this oese he w- Irecently Chea as a s, ae el oa guad t aaen .-Te ay M erBS. A. B h, h6 LU SMASB1lNLt, AND KILN-
S t aess at the expeue ofother sMld be ateced to spend six man in Pensacola, e is stly re True Democrat. r the prpoM of eqtructin or HaIae4 t D
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THE PENSACOLA J*URfM*L6-,*4lNVA.Y MOM
NIGHT GOWNS $1.29 NIGHT GOWNS $1.59
f .1 ..T7
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*THE PENSACOLA 3 OUR NAL,. SU NDAY MOR RN IN L AUGUSQ T 6,-190.
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NO GOODS WILL BE CHARGED AT SALE PRICES.
100 LADIES" UMBRELLAS, REGULAR #1.50 QUALITY AT 98c.
The greatest selling event of the season We have secured this lot of Umbrellas at a price ani are going to give our customers the benefit. There are about twenty styles of handles to select from. A splen*
did quality of glaria silk, paragon frame, made on a steel rod. If you can match their vilue in the city, you can get your money back. Sale starts at 8 o'clock; none reserved. See them in window.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS
All Our Skirts and Gowns that for-
merly sold for $1.25 and $1.50, your
choice at ......... .... cents
15 yards Fitchville Domestic, full 4-4
wide. for .. .... .. .. $1.00
20 yards Soft Finioh Domestic
for .. .............. $1.00
10 yards 8/3c Lawns for. .. 39 cents
10 yards 1Oc Lawns for ofr.. ..75 cent
10 yards 15c Lawns for .. ..95 cents
100 I1xdO Sheets at ...... 47 eent
200 1xO Sheets, regular 0c quality
at ................ cents
All 25 and 35-cent E...b.oidi.ries
at ......... .. ..18 cents
10 yards for ....... .. 40 cents
A Lare Size Towel at ....50c dozen
An Extra Large Size at .. .98cdozen
Largest Towel in City, $1.18 dozen
ZEPHYR DRESS GINGHAM.
Zephyr Dress Ginghams at 61/ cents
Yard-Wide Light Percals at 71/2 cents
24-inch Bird's Eye at .. ..59 cents
27-inch Bird's Eye at .. ..65 cents
$3.75 Buys Any ... ....$5.00 Skirt
$4.50 Buys Any .... .. $6.50 Skirt
$5.50 Buys Any .. ..... 7.50 Skirt
500 LADIES' CORSETS.
Regular 50c Quality,
your choice at ..... ....40 cents
Ladles' Wrappers worth 75c, your
choice =t.. ........ ..59 cents
100 Ladies' Wrappers, worth $1.00,
your choice a*. .. .... .79 cents
15 Moquet Rugs, size 36x72, worth
$4.50, your choice at .... ..$3.69
.50c Buys Any .... ....75c
75c Buys Any ...... ..$1.00
$1.00 Buys Any ........$1.50
$1.25 Buys Any .........$1.75
30c Bleached Damasks at 22/2 cents
40c Bleached Damask at 32/2 cents
65c Bleached Damask at 58 cents
85c Bleached Damask at 69 cents
20 Rolls Jap Matting, all pretty de.
signs, our regular 25c quality, by the
at .. .. .. ..20 cents
15 Moauet Rugs, size 18x32, worth
$1.25, your choice at .. .. 98 cents
15 Moquet Rigs, size 27x60, worth
$2.75, your choice .. .. .. .$2.25
g.g* r^t- -***-S Jt -.J-t a ^#4 eW#WW tW-### ~Ocala till their wounds healed suffl- '
.g ciently for them to be sent on to be
SA Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, paroled on exchange. H. L. COVIN(
SA Ht"O.1 4A 'S EXPERIEN CE In Woman's Memorial Delicacies for ths Enemy. C. W. LAMAI
In Wioluran Memorial Delicacies for the Enemy.
DURING THE CIVIL WAR the Jaksonviteaching of the Bible, called at
SV Times-Union. the improvised hospital and carried
, them some delicacies-fresh milk, I
1*,,44, -W.. R.. H W X-:,E4 ..- eggs and.fruit, thinking the time
v- war between the states command and was in the hardest if of which my cousin, Mrs. William might come when some of our own DESIGNA1
a:,:d. S. M G. Gray. al the fighting around the Henry House. Goldsmith had dyed with Indigo, loved ones might be wounded prison- Capita
S He wal in mosa of the battles in Vir- raised on her plantation, and this I er
.wa' the eldest o. pinia. and before the close of the war. had woven Into little blue checks to After the burntng of Columbla, we
:x wf whom, John H.! was commissioned a major-general. make suits for them. I had refur- expected Sherman's army to paas nry
;,- v ..:. T 'v,: s;t:dents in the He was never wounded, never nished my own wardrobe with goods through Cokesbury, and we buried J. M. P
S,': .. ( at Columbia. taken prisoner, never surrendered that had run the blockade from Cubs. our silver and Jewels, and secreted Bryan
hn H. ,:,- ,' ,e captain of never paroled, and his command was In 0.tl!)er the ladies formed a provisions for an emergency, but a Frank-
n H capa un never in a battle at which he was not Soldiers' Aid Society, with Mrs. Mar. heavy rain, swollen rivers and wash- .
: ... ,i. .. i, who volunteered present to lead them. He was one of iah B. Taylor as president. The so- ed away bridges, with the interven- T. F.
go < :. :,luz.i: of Fort Sumpter President Davis's escorts from Greens, city sent several box-s of clothing, tion of General Cheatham's corps, T. F. M
.,- W;:; w cected. a lieu- 'oro, North Carolina, to Cokesbur%. blankets, etc., to the soldiers. After Confederate states army, below Ne;v- .
-n n: 'P!a John H was killed Soth Carolinr. where the President we sent all the blankets we could bury, caused him to change h!' C.W. I
e ':a.r:. .anc'cr. (Charleston harbor and his cabinao spent a night at tie spare, we cut up our woolen carpets course, so that we escaped the de- J. R. SE
*, ~. :ii c-ommatnd of a comr- ome ot his mother, ant; where they and sent them on. vastation of his army. Just before Accounts of I
r:: a-i,::. of tn, regular Con- determined to go on without any large' Old linen was scrape.l into lint and this the Governor of South Carolina Fo
-. .-'- nv William T. serv- .lody of soldiers to attract attention. sent to the hospitals. Our pastime in had called on patriotic planters Lto
,.:...., va- -.: ."! i-" 11- Here in his native village, and at ;h?.thok days was knitting socks for send negroes to work on the fortifica-
S;:. ; ,, Hwn judge of the home of his mother. General Gary'* the soldiers. In Cokes;ury I was a lons in the lower parr of the state.
S ". o;.ir and htld m: iM a:..-rs career as a soldier was ended, member of a society which sent every My uncle, Colonel B. F. Griffin, scnt WM. H. KNOWL
S- . or. him ly cuntryme. Fourth Brother Volunteered. day three or four of itz member to four of hisstrong reable negroOS. W. BRE
: r rher. M W. Gary, a law- Early in the war a fourth broih-r the railroad station with baskets of to aid in the work. As they wer r- TH BRE
v-, E. fi-l: South Carolina. with of my husband, Dr. Thomas P. Gary. provisions to feed sick or wounded turning home they fell in with Sher-
-:r :-s ,c o' war proceeded to of Florida volunteered and was a;) soldiers going on furlough to their man's army and were carried into hos
-a- at company. was elected cap- pointed surgeon in the Confederate: homes, or returning to camps. How presence. He questioned them close-
.. -. h :h, Holcombe Legion. ratess army. followed by the flfth grateful these half-famished men! y to get all the information from
e on r '. Co: Wade Hampton. brother, who was also appointed a were for heip thus bestowed. Them that would be ot some use to
,i: :.. rac service in the first surgeon and stationed at Charleston. During the four years of the war I' him and then told them he would
r. ,Maasas. where Lieutenanl My husband was a member of th. saw four of the enemy. These were r h to freom. Th. replied Ad
.:,. .I- .:.on wa.s killed. Colonel Florida convention that passed tht wounded men capture' on the east "No, sah, we ha- a good massa, n
.s:" n, ::id and Captain Colln- ordinance of secessl e and hed coast of Florida in a eight with a our wives and children are on the!
Se- di.,b.m: t aptan Gary then toog himself in readiness to enter the sec- blcckader, I think and brought to (e plantation, and dat's whar we
Tice ofI the Coneracy 7hene1r A to go, VIh. Sherman toll
mvie of the CongeJeracy whenevr Ti--- lhem they might go on and tell their
men of his age werecalled for. Tiill ,,~an ~ i wh would be along there In a
B. B .. then he felt that with five brothers in CI oh little while. alo DRECTORSng
,the Beld, his wife and four Imall Lu o>r great relief owning to'
Better. Black. Bile and How Right children. a widowed mother and two ; t cito oar great relief, owning toc
Food Corrects It. young sisters. had claim on him. But his change of course, he never came
S'-,. from incorrect food, when the armr was depieted, and r. A UNIVERSAL DISEASE that wa,-.
1p,.."C ..a-. for an outfit of derangem -tforcmments were calle! fa, rh.e h" President ais came througil
r,- r." only the body but the said to him him. Go 'our ountr Catarrh usually begins with scold in CJeCr:I. le and ahis cabinet and F EI
r oy te by needs you now, and we will trust th the head, but doesnotstop there. The ;'her pominen( followers were en-
T.. o i darkorooy place God of battles to take care of us." mucous membranes all become inflated tertained at the homes of the citizens,
te :ru rk. w whether millionaire or He raised a company, was elected c' and secrete a filthy, unhealthy matter i,- ..me of the Texas troops with We draw otr
T ..-rlain and ito a tirme wa stationed n which is absorbed by the blood and dis- .n i; p: i their tents for the nigh's. '"ge on OGre
So he head of a great in- he west cat of Flori; afterwards tribute to all parts of the body. The n groat was the desire of the people lrmny, Fran
-hed in an This company aarticipare in the ban- patient is then continually hawking Io shake hundi with Mr Davis. that Holland, Spain,
:- ,ffrti in an tase of Olustee, sad subsequently being and spitting, the nose is stopped up, m anv ladies. carrying flowers, called, eher yop, wed
S-: .":el-, of the wretched af- incorporated with the Ninth Floridr the ears have a ringing or buzng noise, i ft e to pay their respects to him t urpn
'.. he use of Grape-Nuts. Shereiment, commanded by Colonel Jn. the throat becomes sore, and as the un- and to Inquire if all was lost. There
Martin. was t to Virginia healthy matter more thoroughly satu- I ;re fr.w men in the place, they not
I was a constant suf- T enear a to be with re rates the b a general feeling of es- : ing et returned from the army. Sty Deposit
-- 1a- a CO extre mFe- To be near h.m, and it be with ra!- pgdncntaesr po ooL thfesel tm. ofdes_:,"Deposit
n- "* r. "'iiiousne s and extreme a;iv-s. 1 went to Cokesbury. South ondncytakesposseon oftheyste. We endeavored to find some rift n
'-;a ,n and I suffered from the Car:lirna. There my household con- Ihad Catarrh for about ffteen yar i the clouds that overhung our dear have a P
; i::r 'u: headaches once a week. sirted of myslf. Ne children autl sad no man could have been worse. I Confederacv. Mr. Davis seemed
l r"' s-,lmws lasted 3 or 4 days at four servants. The small pay of a ~de hng I otl be f .o 8b ful. but evaded the discussion of
goo i,-.i:d. I t)n. bef t -. I I f., I b*
"., G-ra;,,-NuTs food came to my soldier in the army was inaqiiuate tc ad ooud soee little iaprovement fpm plans for the future. Thenceforth the V
Sa. r vea~. ago I liked it our support, so after a time my hu- th t bottle, and aluer lT Southeru Confederacy became to us vns
."t and began to use it be- hand got a furlough and retturnel o C a 5ne a h weael td ay q a sad, but glorious memory.
< I I :.i,'d it. without any" thought Florida to try to turn some of his p(,.;- maa. tthink Catarrh s a blo p itod di
-* : b.%rh hc my health. To my sessions into money. Mr. E. J. Ha-- se.knewrthe nl s odthing omeart,
ma' h Tobetter for the blood than 5.5511. lie?:-!
S'- I noted that after a short ris. a gentieman too old to be in the body thinksmor~oofl.a8.tha do. HERIPICID NOT A FAKE.
t airmen's began to de- arm:., had a tannery in Ocala. Fro:n Lapeer, Mich. ATSON. oHERaPICE NT A
'. d:hey gradually but surely him m. husband purchased a large Local applications cannot creaa, Unsolilted Testimonials Tell of Its sNzL
am. :.:r. I am now,. ana have roll of -o!e leather which he brought because thv do not reach the seat ofthe [ C it
..ar.s, ,mpletely free from, to me to exchange for provisions. trouble. They allay the iflmm-to Superiority.
: =en,,yv perfect health. Floer o00 a Barrel. and texporanly relieve the disease,lat Af R. Kelley, residing at 2195 Devi
S -ne in my house now eats Hlour was then $90 per barrel, and essoon asthey are left ofthe trouble rean Francis a rites
. r: :tularly. even my little rAvert~hing else in proportion, bui turns. The only way to cure Catrrh is sdero. St., an Francisco Cal., writes: o.
'le -', t' irl likes it with her my sole leather was in so gre t de- to treatit throughtheblood. S.&S.soon the following: A _
P -:'-ff .. (another thing we are mand that I easily procured flour. clearsthebloodof allCstarrhal~attefnd i "When I Arst purchased Herpicide.j A .
S".... ",: and prefers it to any hams, lard, corn (which I h1d ground prges itofallirritating poisons, checkI ougt. like the majority of hair
SIt pulled her through a into meal as occasion demanded) po- further progr of the trouble ad com-
.rloi ,d fteething during e tathe e, syrup and anything else pro- pletely cases the disease. S.S.S. keeps p repmnrtios, it would prove a fake
never refusedGrpe duced by the farmer. That role of thebloodiper- I am happy to state that, on the con- J.-.
: "2.- other food could not tempt, sole leather. with chickens, eggs an derothat trao. Quit and even more, than J. S. r o
it is the first food I intend vegetables, from a small ga rden fur- it a eiint you cam for it. Quite a number of
nisbed our living until the close of fm= the syem r
A 'aby bot wheo I wean him. e war. Having diSPomed of most of allw tematter which I travel have called attention to TH P
S-4nm eats more Grape-Nms me bleware before I left Florida. a: that pro- the new hair sprouting out on my Direcers-L.
meal than o a l oth generously relative s e me a few -FUELY VEETAeLL duce Cah scalp, and Inquired of me what I have
h He says 1I never p al o i o to I added s been using. I tell them Herpidde.' TBAS ACTS
So:i he fln&6 that it relate t his tin plates. a ri a rew silver dol-' thisln he c also give them your name and ad-
,eame give by lar, for whith *ld $10 a piece. dyr of this disea. Write frorbok*and dre." Bold by W. D'Alemberte. O l
.- Battle Creek. Mich. clothing for my 8@ur growing chil- anymedical adieyou wh Wmah dramgglt and apothecary, 121 Pala-
a reason. re I was fMtou e ough to procuree h for either. ozx street, Pesaoola. Fla. Send 0c.
he littlee book "The od to some factory trad from a tfctlory UK p FT W K aM A-1aAi in stamps for sample to The Herpi- e
n. every pkg. near Greemoase, ath Caroiua, part cde Co, Dt, D Metich.m
NT, Asst. Cashler.
W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.
of Pensacola, Fla.
CITY WHARF LANDING.
Open to charter by private parties
for fishing trips, bathing, or other
Formerly ship's boat for Spanish
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
Has full canopy and is
portable boat in the bay.
MAX KLEIN, . OWNER.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
PHONES, 358 and 1070.
F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm H. Knowles CUPID, ROBT. L. E, NANCY A
, K. Hyere Jr., D. G. BrentA
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.
SDOMESTIC EXONCANE BOUGHT AND SOLD
own Bills of Ex-
it Britain, Ireland,
ce, Autria, Italy,
Vessels disbursed upon the Most
Favorable Terms, and their obll.
natilont taken Pvaable at Pert Ao
SBelgium, Ruuls D .... ... . . ....
an, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Ves.
countrte. sel Arrives there.
Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
private Department for the use of Renters.
epaertment-Interest Paid on De-
t Nate of 4 per cent per Annum.
N. P BIIDRTr. T. I. WKLLES, ViC-PaMsiDsrT.
asurIa. MANSFILD MORBKN, A s. CAsHIsa
ens National Bank,
of Peonmco:a. Florida.
Morris Bear, T. X. Welles
. RoMbauo.I BtIUt* 0yOres.
ERAL BANKING B BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
00"0000------- 0#0*4000 POO***"****
President. E. W. MENEPEE, Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
OPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
J. Rteves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Aletberte, T. A. Jennings.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
: The Journars Was*.t A-
I The Jourars Wait Ad
can be chartered' by the hour, day w
week. Terms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten
sils furnished if desired.
CAPT. BEMNIE EDNMM1SM
Jh Tug Monareop
will run her relp
Sunday excursions Sunday, as followKS
Leave City at 10 a. m. for Stati
Leave Station at 1 p. m. for PBI
Leave Pensacola 3 p. m. for StUt
Leave Station 4 p. m. for Gutlf a
return to Station.
Leave Station 6 p. m. for Pensae i
Parties can stop at Station on lSM
trip and return to the City in bht
Refreshments served on boua4 d
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 50 CENT
CHILDREN, 25 CENTS.
Faw..P "I- MN.worm
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STON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
R, Vike-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.
IMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
'ED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
I Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
differ. A. M. Avery,
eier. W. H. Milton, Jr.,
Dunwody, O. E. Maura,
Reilly, W. L. Cfwthon,
Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
:cGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
Irawner, McKenzie Oerting,
Lamar, Alex McGowin,
aunders, C. M. Cov!ngton.
Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
our per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
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SUNDAY WORKING, AI VSY 5, 16 4-
TM9 U Vmm WWI% W
AUGUST 7, DANCE I
electric Park, by
id Navy Union.
Music by Barri os' Orchestra.
'To prize., on for the best dan cers from Pensacola, Iar one for Lte
bet danc re fr,.:.. Warrnngton.
Trairi.n -.a::z pari- at 11 30 cr P cnet.cli and Warrington.
VON=,"c5 Brl s Oct~t
L Jz tile M,'k. to be
1 Ycu .-.-" : t:2 'cc-.:.
Set us solve the
I-,ambin g qestioun tor
'" *. We make no
. c-:a ie for plans and .
S'-.:strions and are
c. : vinced of our
t' "-v to release the
WICKE & CO.
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F Je H a N
*.-o.:**.t.:4**** **0* *C'C*4 e. ge p 499 -
$--- -1 0 :104.4441"
'A HARD HIT" |
ve Knocked The Bottom Out
.CO, S10.03 will buy more Groceries than
ever before. Compare prices;
7 -counds Granulated Sugar ........ ................ ......... 1.00
j poundss Y. C. Sugar ........................................1.00
Wnc!e Barre!. best Patent Flour ..............................$5.75
;alf Barrel best Patent Flour .............. ....................$3.00
1, Pounds lard ............................ ..... ... ......... $1.00
2G. pounds Best Rice ..................................... .....$1.00
2b pounds No. 2 Rice ..........................................$1.00
30 pounds Cracked Rice ..........................................$1.00
Hams, good quality, per pound ............................... .13
Hams Best quality, per pound ................................ .14
Hams, Pic Nic ................................................ .09
Egg&, Tenn., 5 dozen lots ................... ................ $1.00
Egis. Country. 6 dozen lots ............... ................... $1.00
PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING. GOOD FOR ONE WEEK.
We have a thousand other just such bargains, too Inumerousl *u
rnr.c-nUn. Phone, :vhite, or come and see us. Take advantage of these
knw cas,h prices.
GEO. W. PR YOR & SONS
127, 129, 131, 133 East Government Street,
Telephones-Produce Dept., 29. Grocery Dept.. 223.
:wc 0 c aS*
Necessity For Aditional Com-
panies in West Reida-
Pensacola in Line
There has been a gratifying awak
ening of interest in military matter:
throughout the state during the paL
two weeks. Quite a number of letter.
3f inquiry governing the formation"
land acceptance of military companies
have been received at the Aojutan
General's office, among others beinm
those from !Ponce de Leon, Crawford
;i1ie, Graceville, Sanford. VernoL
Braidentown. Pensac3la, Mayo, Dunne!
ion, Miami, Jacksonville, Blountstown.
DeFuniak Springs, Noma, and Tampa.
Under the rule which has been follow-
td. applications for authority to or
ganize new companies are required to
be made in the form of a #etition ad-
dressed to the governor and sen:
throughh the office ot the adjutant gen
SAre You Going to Build? 1
If sc, you no doubt realize that Good P'umbing
is one of the mo: important ement of the home.
There no c'=r feature which wZl appeal so strongly to the
careful houser.- : ~ modern, high-grade plumbing, while on the
other L:nd, noting co Id be more cLagrecable or injurious to the
health of the occupants than a poor plumbing systm. Good
Plumbing is always cheapes: in the end.
We take particullar pie in th: fact that we do Good
S> Plumbing- the bon-
-. ":c '.n Enameled
L V-c, c y riece of
No Cavalry Allowed.
Ttc application from Tampa comes
-'m a body of young men who are
-i.;:- of ogar':;zli a troop of cAV-
.-y. but as no cava!r- is included in
i): authorize] strength of the State
r-op:. thi;. propositlra cannot be
rraibiy actd upon, and the Tampa
P'.P have been notified accordingly.
-' failure of the law to include
vary in the state's military force
4':e. no doulr. to experience in thia.
Swell as in other states, developing
:; rifficnlty if not Impossibility of
*;in;ainiine: aucli organiatlon on ac-
'.:nt of the expense involved in the
maintenance e of horses, which would
.ave to fall upon the individual sol-
ior--a burden which few are willing
The application from Miami was for
r'.niission to organize a battery of
- il;r?-. The artillery organization
i. the state is limited to a battalion
:' four units, which may be either
.ftteries of field artillery or compa-
,ies of coast artillery. There is now
.nly one organization in the state.
he First Battery of Field Artillery at
ack.sonville. Under the new national
militiaa law it is required that the ar-
"arnent of the several arms of the
:rzanieed militia shall correspond
v'-ith that prescribed for like arms in
the regular army. The equipment of
Battery of field artillery consists of
'our 3-inch breech loading field rifles
ind the approximate cost of the anrma-
nent for one battery, exclusive of
uniformss and other equipment, is
$21.000.00. As this armament can
inly be secured through the national
appropriation for arming and equip-
-:nz the militia, and as Florida's al-
ontment of that appropriation amounts
:o only a little over nine thousand dol-
ars a year. the impracticability of
adding to the strength of the tode ar-
'ilery- in this state, will be readily
mderstood. But aside from this, it
could not seem that any exigency
now exists, or is likely soon to arise,
'o call for adcational field artillery.
On the other hand, the desire of the
tate authorities is to enft m to the
general scheme for natloi- defence
outlined by the war en by
encouraging the orgasztj tofu n-
Ipnies of coa artilleU at t n ts.w
the United States t C -toW. -. -
First Lieutenant Jbseph W. Fowler,
First Battery, July 19. 1905.
3. The following-named officers
l:ave been honorably discharged the
service of the state by reason of the
disbandment of the organization to
which they belonged:
Second Lieutenant Edwin C. Dans
by, Company "K."
Second Lieutenant Samuel R. Green
1Latt, Company "'I."
4. The following-named officer has
been honorably discharged from the
service of the state by reason of expi-
ration of term of commission:
Second Infantry. !
First Lieutenant David McComb,!
July 31. 1905.
5. Commissions have been issued
the following-named officers, ana' they
are assigned as follows:
Captain Nelson H. Cox, to be cap-
tain of Company "H." with rank from
July 15, 1901, reappointed.
First Lieutenant A. Forrest Burns,
to be captain of Company "M," with
rank from July 21, 1905, promoted;,
vice Stringer, resigned.,
Second Lieutenant James Oliver:
Bradshaw, to be first lieutenant of
Company "C," promoted; vice Russell
By command of the governor and
corn mander-in-ch ef.
J. CLIFPORD R. POSTER.
Major-Genreal, Florida State Troops.
Asthma Sufferers Should Know This.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
Many caqes of asthma that were con-
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bue-
Ing, 701 West Third Street. Davenport,
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contract
twelve years ago was neglected until it
finally grew into asthma. The best
medical skill available could not give
me more than temporary relief. Foley's
Honey and Tar was recommended and
one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me
ot asthma which had been going on
me for twelve years, antft I had taken
it at the start I wonld have bee-
r saed years of suer." I W. A.
. Mor r .T** -i t .- -, ..
he04 & M C%*pe**o .w$ ****4 4
ire Receiving Daily New 1905 Styles
KRAINCH AND BACH (the best in the world)
L ESTER (20 years a standard)
M/ EHLIN (Old Reliable)
CLUTTER [best medium priced] )
NEWIA/TON AND CASSEL a *A '
We have about 20 good upright pianos taken in exchange for above pianos, that we
are offering for Less than Half Factory Cost on terms of $1.r00 per week and up-several
good squares at $15, $25, $35 and $60.
In ORGANS we have a full line of the celebrated Farrand and Putnam. Terms
$4.00 per month and up.
SPECIAL-Don't fail to see our Second Hand Pianos for Bargains.
TALKING MACHINES-Victor, Talkophone, Edison and Columbia. Records 25 and
35 cents for Cylinder; 50 cents and up for 10-inch Disk Records. Machines, $1.00 per week.
SHEET MUSIC-One-half published prices. All the latest received weekly.
GUITARS, VIOLINS, ETC.-A full line at low prices.
If you want the Best In Music of every description, call on or write
THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,
114 S. PALAFOX STREET.
eral, signed by the requisite number Kty West, Tampa, Briden-
of men who are eligible for militia .. ea Te a ari-
duty; the minimum being, as presecribt &,.n and Pensacola. The coast artil-
duty; the minimum being, tas resmc is equipped as infantry, and will
ed by law. forty-five men, the mcaxm available for such duties in aid of
mein strength of an infantry company: e civil authorities, as are now per-
,being aixty-flve enlisted men arI formed by infantry organizations, at
three officers. Some of the applica same time, the instruction given
tions now pending have fallen shor hem for service in the immediate
.of the required number of men, an henity in which they live at such
'an opportunity will be given such ai *rtificaticns
rplcants to secure additional signer The following general order recent-
I'o their petitions. It is not deemed e from the Adjutant General's
Sadvisable to authorize the formation .Sue will prom e interest to military
a o military organizations in communi throwillghout the staterest to military
ties so small that in all probability ~ General Orders, No. 10.
E ifliculty would be experienced in General Orders, No. 10.
cut would be experienced in ate of Florida, Adjutant General's
maintaining an effective organization Ofice, Tallahassee. July 23, 1905.
hby keeping up the membership to the 1. The following executive order is
i rescribtd number. ,iblished:
Authorized Strength. :iate of Florida, Executive Office,
As may be well known, the author- Tallahassee, July 20, 1905.
z.-d strength of the state's military Tpon consideration of the report of
; rcce is two regiments of infantry, andl he Adjutant General covering his in-
Sbattalion of artillery, each infantry Fection of the various organizations
gimeunt comprising twelve oompa- 'omposine the Florida State Troops
r,:s. Tihe Scond infantry is compo& -r their home stations. it appears that
'I of companies located in the penin companiess **I- and "K" of the First
->la portion of the state, and this rel infantry have fallen below the stand-
.:en: at present has its full quota o ;rd of efficiency.
-mnipanles. The First infantry is Ic- Let an order be issued disbanding
ate., in the northern and western 'lch companies, and arrangements be
--,tion of the state and in it there are oade for the proper care aa' aafe
I: present three vacancies, caused b -e'aping of all public property which
le disbandment of two companies a: has been issued them.
1'ensacola and one at Tallahasewe. N. B. BROWARD.
There appears to be necessity for ad- Governor.
l:Tiona! companies of infantry in the Companies "I and."K." First in-
stern part of the state, as there arc fantry, are hereby disbanded. The
present only two military organi listedd men of suo* companies will
:a'ions west of Madison, one locate ,e honorably dischaired'trom the ser-
Apalachicola and one at Marianna vice of the state. Thecaptainsof such
Shcer Wck,- Florida towns are among_ ::crots has been made.
So which are likely to receive tb 2. The resinations of the following-
,. most favorable consideration of' the' named officers have been accepted anl
< vernor at this time. t'ey are honorahly dicharged the
' Notice has been received of the for servicee of the state.
lion of a company at Jack-onville. First Infantry.
:nd if upon the rereipt of its forma; First ULeutenant Henry L. Ezell
ipplicatlon for admission it is found Company "B." July 18, 1905.
.at r.his organization has met all re- Second Infantr
Iu;irements, there is no doubt of itsry
ic :eptance. This will give the city Captain John Norris, Chaplain,
S.acksonville three infantry compa- .July 20. 190F5.
s* an a battle r- of artlllerv a Second Lieutenant .. H. May, Con-
Sa an' a batter- of artillery, ad "L.
'I secTire for the troops 'he opportu- pany .' Jly 31, 190iR.
y of of having h bttallon formation S(son.' Lieutenant Ardie R. Russell
,r drills and parades, an advantage Company "C;, June 9. 190L.
t now enjoyed at any other post J' Second lieutenant Clifford L. An.
Se e tate. derson, Company "A," July 8, 1905.
General Dealer in
Bicycles, Bicycle Sundries
CYCLES FOR RENT.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
writers, Guns. Pistols. Locks and Um-
Lawa Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
Most complete line tf keys in the
12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
'~i~ Ovwr QOO Sod in West Florid in 1904
PFrnk .1 An nwit, Pe.a"N la Foievi'l
,,' -'U _C
ti. 4- S
w^^'-;% %^- i*- - -- --- --- -
If you are a "stickler" for qual-
ity, healthfulness and a double
pleasure in drinking it, call for
It is brewed conscientiously from the
choicest materials. It is aged for
months to prevent biliousness, and
every bottle is thoroughly sterilized.
It is a nerve-restorer, a body-builder, and a
tickler for the "stickler's" taste. Be sure to ca/ for
"Gerst Beer, made famous by the sunny South."
SWM. GERST BREWING CO., adshvillTTa=.
PETER BELL, DISTRIBU TOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
Walter S. BIooton,
* .'- -
S Largest in the State.
L~- -. I.f -- _ .).IIC-L ) I.--i
D' MBER D 'st and Apoth cary 121 S. Palafox S Pensacola, a.
D'II (NMIBR 1-. Druggist and Apoth 'cary, 121 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. fla,
: t .l
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, *UNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1900 .
1L*% '. i~ LVOW
The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements
0..fftmmwjvd ee00 ANOswoM.
No edwtemwu eau Me' M. thae Zdo.
Speelai rates by the nmnth.
S~niii I IT t ~
:O;EF GREAT FORTUtNS ARE MADE IN REAL STATE
:Ny !N WALL STREI-T."-William Waldorf Astor.
*o Vy OwU b Ay?
ARE YOU LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR A FOR-
TUNE? THE RICHEST MEN OF THE AGE HAVE MADE
THEIR MILLIONS IN REAL ESTATE BY PURCHASING
r G PROPERTY ON THE LINE OF GREAT IMPROVE-
The ledt eal Estate Iinvestadts walud East I opery.
WE HAVE SOME DURABLE PisOPEnwY, BOTH IM-
PROVED AND UNIMPROVED, ON THESE HILLSL EASY
TERMS IF DESIRED.
Pensacola Investment Co.
wa.. l KWL, ri lt. L r SNIa, wetaIr.
L. I. geWfaA.ILLson".. as, r r.
For Sale. TH
...~ ~ '...... .. AN
AUTO-Only run four months. Good RE
as new. Finest bargain in second-
hand machine ever offered. See Dr. EA
Phillips, Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2augli* YOI
,FOR SALE-A well established, good W hy
Spaying furniture'business for sale. A J
Aie selected stock and first-class busi-
ness in every sense of the word. Will K*
*sell with or without accounts to suit I
purchaser. A fine store in a good lo- a
cation and an opportunity that does:. d
not often present itself to a party
wishing to engage in the furniture Pa
business. Reasons for selling owner
wishes to leave the city. Addre-ss.
Furniture, i'. O. Box 181, Pensacola, ,
Fla. Any other information furnish- *
ed with pleasure. 6ausg
FOR SALE OR RENT--;cvw modern'
Stwo-st(ry re.-idence, good neighlor-Re
(ood East Hill, r~Iar car. A. C. Bink-
ley. Tuiesen building. oauglw*.
FOR SALE OR RENT-New 7-room
house at Goulding; large yard,'
shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet
well and outhouses. A good bargain.i
Apply to postmaster, Goulding, Fla.
E MOST IDEALIZED
ID SELDOM, ESi
ALIZED THING ON
RTH IS A HOME OF
Keep on paying rent with
Hure prospects of owning
home further away every
our rent to us and we
*ill shli you and extremely
'ell built and attractive
ome with sunshine in every
money rWakes you indepen-
dent ii used the right day.
We invite you to talk over
this matter with us.
Fire and Life Insurance.
4 room house, rents $7.00........ 600.
2 houses, renting $10.00.......... 800
Neat cottage, near Palaiox...... 2350
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents
Colected.. Money Loaned.
LESLIE E. BROOKS
20412 S. Palafox, Fisher Building
Board and Rooms.
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
electric light. iphomne and:i bath. Large
front room, with bay window. 10 N
Palatox, Phoni 65, 2 lings. 2augl.m*
ROOM AND1 OAItD.--Delightful lo-
cation on bay shore; looting, hati-
ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. C.
Herman, at Fisherville. 3iunolm.
1 j tST.ILMURA. .- r Genl. M g ni "-i T ,re FOR SAIAE--lpright Kimball PianJ PAkTIS wao wan, to ,ren houses.
*&W -rLomale chea-. Apply 1304 W. Gjv- lT~ifl~v~Ateams or anything else for taut
215 South Pllefox Street, Pe~na.c.l, Floridg. erndme st. 4augm .- Ads a greater, will d The Journal Want
FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-. 200 Thelsen Bld'g CA HOTE1,--Open noght and day. 0 0 n Dire or
oruer a barrel of slack lime to-day.' European plan. Rooms light and ess.iona
H LP- WA frPhone 67. 4augm "WE SELL LOTS" lean. Transient trade bolted. R. G. UCKR,
WANTODR-SALr-I show ca.$c 221nx27inx' 579 South Palafox. JOS. S. Nil.olau. DR. R. G. a
,, z( and gentle and WANTED-Servant, girl at once for 3fr, 1 Triplicate Mirror French Pro. 6nov. SPECIALIST
to- pony. State general housework. Apply 318 Wes- Plate Glass 1x40; 1 Wall Mirror, FO AL- -EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
SE. L F.." Care ilmont street. Sauglm* French Plate Glass 18x40. 1 arc light Money to Loan. office 7./ Palafox st.
6aug2 o a ntui n h u alr for gas; 1 Milliner's Bist and Head; l THE WEST HIT'. WOOD YARD caa I- Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.
a n ug ASSISTANT for local branch office lot Millinery FixtureLr 1 heaung you with stoewood, block D YOUWANT tomorrow money ii
*rse and buggy of manufacturing house. Salary sove; 6i Yellow Pinae Tables; lot o: .wood. splitwd, pine knots amounts frop.n $500.00;a up.n? We havx.i\
S ; ash balance $18 weekly. Permanent position shelving. Going out of business. S. L.. n g phone 105. C. $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and per cen. PATTILLO CAMPBLL
X., Care Journal. Address, Manager, $25 Dearborn, Chi- Benham, 32 West Government St., illi proprietor co. G St., n ntere. T C. Waton &Co.6au AttorneyatLaw
6auglt* Pensacola. Jackson. E mayllm C n to loan, in amounts of ,Room 405 Thiesen Building.
S \ 4 STarragona St. be- YOUNG MAN with a horse or bicycle FOR SALE-3 Barber Chairs fo- 0 ale. OR SALE--Fresh better, cream, I U|UU $500.00 and up at 7 and 8 --
n ., and Roniana St., and can find permanent position withi 609 S. Palafox St. lauglm*: sweet milk, and buttermilk, de-- per cenrt. interest. Thos. C. Watson
:,r.lits, and parasols re- The Journal. Apply at once to circu- FOR SALE-One dray and harness. livered at any time of day. No. 405 & Co. Gaug THOS. PEBLEY,
S w,:..i nrea'y don. while you lation manager. I Apply 212 E. Gregory. laug-w* E. Belmont street. Phone 907. 7jlylm* Mut~ a 'lU u-- oo real s LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
%%r',. guaan~ d .1.C. u C.-.--AI tate security, or on good collateral, COLLECTIONS
,:,, c 4auglw* WANTED--A first-claas collector and FOR SALE-A qual'er block in Newt at lowest rates. Leslie E. Broot, PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
_- m solicitor. Apply L O. Kauffman, Re- City, containing 5 lots, with large tre.Leio $ Fisher building. 1JLan PHONE 559.
S. i-:. a p in i and Plafox upstairsrs. Oak trees on same,very conveniently .ONYLOA D na
:;; c: .:( i., p f r-l a n f 2auglw located to car line, ga and water TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, VA- kN n os of rsoaalapropertyllayab!e P. S
H'ANTE'D--Energe'ti ma..,each coun- -mains and situated in excellent neigh- nADLISIDS AND GRIPS, all thoroughlY' a.kly *.- monthly. When ou OUpWo AttorneOKE
,, a,. : ,.: W AN'Eot-Energei ma each coun- rhood. To a quick purchaser will and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's money, see ame. J. A. Wilsoe. 22 W. AttornyandCouneoratLaw
a111 ,, ,ana A t 3I% y to Post signs. adveri8se and distri- sell cheap. Address P. O. Box 529. big repair shop. Send them down. Government steet. Salisbury buildln, 108 East Government Street.
w wan',, kv '-: jbar~k o -:,, ,:, .IMe samples. salary $18 weekly, $1 City. laug2w* 29Jly2w a .L2d1 EGov
Piai.ng Mi.l. Car. P'entacola per day lor expenses, hoaesty and so. iyw 2deo General Law Practice.
'. :,a 4a." hriety more essential than experience. FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do MONU'T LOANMD on ood ree
____ - National Co., 720 Che.aDt St., Phila- City. Tract No. 312. For cash $6Q). tuning and repairing. Guarantee tte security I, any antout
u R.S V\\ ANTl) a. No. 7 Vo- dtlphia. aug2andS Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Hous.. satisfaction. 17 years experience. J. alile Wilson aA O R
..tkua : r, ;:, .taugGw* laug Conrad Scott, 244 K Gregory. ZSjullm* aug20. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Tll To-buy a ood uLEARN TELEiRAPHY and R. R. Ac- ~OR SALE-Two second-hand upright KjGULA MAIL LALN*--ood convey- MONET LOANED on aii kinds of pe-- Room 500 Thleson B'Id. Phone 734
: In .ac,.t $0 t Sao $193 a mo rth sal- pianos; fine condition; terms ey ance for traveling public. Daily ser sona property on short notice. -
Selnt ured rgradutes under bond. if desiredNo. 12 E. Government vice each way. Fro Chiply to Bay- Terms easy. J.W. Bullard, ptar W ELSH & SM ITH,
., .. -.a..Ad- 0r s-ix schOs, t a-e n Amer- t ___h-- ,a h Adre J M. TAler Chipley 28% South Palafox St., P'hone 1144 D NTS
11 Soi,. .Ma:",-Esthn r.Sanuta ica and endo ed by a l- -- ,,,dd- .... ... T, uggle.
S Fa. 21;lylm* Wrie for catalogue. Morse School of FOR SALE, f TEAMBOAT-Suitable RoEA T ISTAT. N1nrU DE TISTS.
:. A g;.r in need of irlend- Telegraphy. Cnctnnati, 0.. Buffalo, N. for freight and passengers. 85 feAt AL STAT o, ,i, IIa,_A.i amoZun m,. o-a Fisher Building, 204r/2 South Palafoxk
;a,.ce. et. hwill find _.. At-lanta Ga., La Crosse, Wis., Tex- long. Oreat bargain. Write box 837.,. you bi grotid 0 a4 we & "W will al rates to business on on largeSt
S . assistance by ap- arkana. ex.. an Franisco, Cal. Tampa Fla., for photo and parta- build your h on p a? The New York Lo Co.. 204 PHONE 525.
on o, the Salvation WANTED.-Agents in different c Ta isswnts D.oBale Wisea nol0C0, South Palats. --
R ,-""" 33" d St. an, ave' ties in Florida to handle Alpine Saf e OT URT to al lesam TON--tw D o. Jor.L
.: ..:n. Ala. dh. A nd Loc o.'s Fire and rBurglr Pro Cames laded and unloaded free clothing epr h 's PwnSh B TIL R
.\i:'-TiIhe .erchanta Transfer Safes and Vaalt Fixtures of every of ch .He* u.ee best photct repaired on h Ot notice NO. 11R 402 S. PALAFOX ST R.Dn i.
.:. m .ovig an d hauUn description. Write me for terms. raphs in the south. 2 years a lead West OO ermat t-.P Uencola. Fla. MONWT TO IAN ON DIAMONDS,
,. e g:.ara:::eed. T. B. Thor. Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flor- 1Jan Id*l Watches, Chains. Rings and all kinds Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86.
S'rI' F i.e .*7. 18junelm. Ida State Agent. 28June. PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for FOR- ONE DOLLAR AND I of collateral security at lowest rate o -- --- -
A sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship- CENTS per bead, wewill haul out interest Bargain ito unredeemed
.y for cash, a few Any Intelligent person may earn a meat. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla. dead horses. ows, etc. Leave orders ple . .
Auu:.. au Nationa! Bank good income correspondmg for newi. 22jlylm* ,t 136 East latendeacia. Herring YA
S p- ricc. Address J. L. J.,. Papers; no eanvataing; xperten.e SL-orminthorse, 7 6Eas. ..b.ia. errin-- I
n 'uNonhern Prcessary. Sendic fo r particular years old, 16 hands, sound and gen- SAILMAKER.
u l o ee,ric work of aU N. Y. 13j s ca tie. Also registered 'irnod mare. A j. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 714 Souta An J.
.. I..", us c wearu your taIs. re- E. Hinman. Century, Fla. 6jly! Palafex street Orders taken for iill h
L~will be outouroantowr
; n: ....: I a o vour wiring. etc. 'WALL TINTS by experts; results tents, awntngs, camp stools and house
i .,: I'en.-acoaa Ehictric Co., e S l j guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone' cts. etc. Prices reasonable. 1)Sa
c i ri Ii.:envancia aud Ba.ven streets. .. 48._ 12julylm __
unelm. FOR SALE--A Wiliams Typwrittr, FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine
S,:, i:A', A cO. rc,.ived another in first-class condition. Prnc" $30.0.' young mules, sound and in good FOR RENT
;,: i : inlpo;red pure olive oil. The Fisher Real Estate Agenc.-. auug condition. Also one 2-horse Stude.
: .I*: ca inu g.lou. half gallons ,baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner
,iar: FOR SAIA-r-South haf block 211, FOR SALE--One Choice block on top Hayne and Belmont streetU. Apply
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by of tSe ridge east of th. electric W. S. Garfield. 12jul
llED--l Th p ovle of Pensacosa 137% feet on Bay View Park; also railway, between 7th and 8th streets. LPR RENT-A 7-room hiuse on Big
,.-c worrnn: r. Let The Journal south half of block 213, fronting 400 Nature has favored this section and Iti Bayou; furnished for the summer;
Si te .e ;:uiuicr tor yo,. feet on 14th St., by 137 feet on Bay cannot be duplic-ted. A. V. Clubbs. ion water front; large yard, shade
S. are ~pci detccte.. a;d can View Park. The only property adjoin- CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggi ,trees, wide veranda, servants' quar-
S e manu you ae ooksg for ir ng By Vliew Park tlat is now for Maks fowls ep all well avoL ters, excellent neighborhood, near car
.e icl make the b.ou o o fr 3. ale The beautiul view down the T heapest food to beon Hne. Will rent cheap. Address 497.
,a.. eb t i r'-you and down the bay can never be Me!e. A& Co. Phone i4. loct care Journal. 30jly
SANTD-liau gobstructed. A. V. Clubb-. OJly FOR SALI-At a saerniflolreoltrn FOR RENT-Office room with show
work Office phone 263. Resident e FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- store, stock and account C:Il at window. Apply at. 34 S. Palafox.
;,Jne 30. Acosa White 22-28 old Berkshire herd tosr, Duke it 138-140 g. Inteadencta. a 19jlmo
SarragonL. 25mch Florida. No. 66,923. Also some Ine FPA- SALS.--10-room nhuse. cto~r O F '. ItEN'-New five-room cottage
- -a--- ; young pigs. 1 aix-monthsold boar, all lor 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96x on car line. corner 1.th street and
WANTD-Or 11s tor The Journal's registered and transferred. Carl Set- 192 on car ilne. For partiealars !a- .th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Phota
special Pensacola and Pauama Canal terlind. Chipley, Fla. 18jly quire of Standard Clothing Co. gallery. 12ju:y
K. tio, which will shortly appear. -OR SAL.- am Florida State Agent 2 Jan. FOR RlNT.-Residence lately o>
a-:b: atn hal-tone p cure of city. for Fite and Burglar Proof Safes and FOR SALE-Second-hand cash reis- cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
Lar o-ders at Journcal cae. Vsuk Fixtures of all descriptions: ter in perfect condition. Will 'i LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cnry.
manutactured by Alpine Safe an1 cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can 43 S. Palafox street. TJune
v' A..D-Second mand Corn. Oat ock Company of Citclasati. Ohio. be seen at James McHugh's timca FOR RENT-Twenty-room aouse. co'~
r- cotton seed meal sacks. Out aC Communicate with me for prices and O YOU want to buy or sell anything? ner Barracks and Zarragossa street
* shipments ol0cited. Write a. terms before buying elsewhere. Scar.- A little want ad will bring wonderful Suitable for, boarding house. Apply
f Mellen & Co. 23marchlm ritt Moreno, Pensaeola, Ph. results. The cost is too inslgaloict to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 215 East Zarri-
A F BINGHAM wants your movie 2June. to delay. gosss. 26m:f,
Iat. aungim. He guarantees all break.- -- -- --- -. ------.
t'hrne Sm. i
e.-- .\L'r A.\j K'NI Gtt, House-
-.z Artlcies, Jewelry aG aday slo
-.e A-ticie wanted. We pay cask
Acdresm P. 0. RBo 353. City.
t.-E HENTAL BUSINESS is our
t .-:y and your business wil
". -'ful attention. D. Hale WU-
S-' N WANTED-Young lady
',si inn as tenographer,
*y r count-y town. Conm-
S ... I Iu fiirs. Refereces.
SI are Joumrnal. 8jlylm*
r.:'du:n: ~xook or pocke'
:* for rc'"rn to W. C.
:: ;a Real; Co.'s. 6aug
edt vest pocket me-
.';.. Libe-al' -eward for
.. -i-Lanl. Htv'!. 5augh2*
"' /I. tlanme Afred Ren-.
::all sar on chin. Left
14. pre-.imably lor Bag-
work Notify Misa LWl%
- Heinberg St., PeusaooLa.
11 -TI .m-mI
North Hill resideno 10 rooms.. 50.00
715 North Bayln .............. .40.03
Cottage on Ba. Shore ........ 25.00
304 North Spring ...........2.00
Houe near PetrdW Wharf .... 20.00
21 West Rommana .............. 20.00
314 East trog ............... 17.50
105 East Itnana ............. 17.50
49 East Chae................. 15.00
806 Wet IMin ................ 15.00
Dwelling Near w Sodarts...... 12.50
MONEY 1t LOAN At THE LOW.
EST MARKET RATE O INTEREST.
Wi"1 %Y V Vi V I I
HI.IATS WV EUN
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND July 30th to be ab-
BLOCKED, at the
GOLDEN RULE MIL- sent until August
LINERY PARLORS, 22nd.
32 W. Government St. ; *
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO'
Merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. B. Thortcn, Prop.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GFVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
P. O. COX, 67..
I F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Office, Brosnaham building, next
Sto Pensaetls business College.
I Prompt attention always given
to business. Pznsacola. Fla.
L.C. PHIL LIPS, M. D.
Office at No. 7% S. Palafox, Blount
Otfce Hours-8:30 to 11 a. m., and
2 to 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
65-two rings. Office Phon 65.
Sundays-Siub-ct to calL
GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS
M. GONIZALEZ & CO, Proper.
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
Buy your meal and stock feed from
the home manufacturer, encouraging
bome industry, contribute to home
labor,. and leare your money in your
813 North 7th avenue .......... 8.00
211 N 9th Avenue ............. 10.00
STORES AND OFFICES.
315'/ South Patafox, up-stair,
suitable for club or offices.
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government.
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LbOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.
We Advertis Free.
FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
208 Pelkc ALM
For Steam Division
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
Trains leave Ptcsacoia lor the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warringtol.
Navy Yard, and Fort
7:15am ar it. Barrancas 7:35am
S:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12: 50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pm
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 4:30pm
6:15pw ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pmn
8: 10pm ar Fr. Barrancas *8:50pm
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
8:00am ar Pensacola 3:40pm
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:49ain
2:00pm r: Pensacola 2:4upm
5:15pm ar Pensacolm 5:55pF
7:00pm ar Penmacola 7:45pm
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
Electric car will leavLe 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 Pea-
sacola at 6 a. n.. which will, on re-
turning, leave the Big Bayou at 8:30
a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
The nbove is the week day sacedu;o
which will beg'n Friday, April 15.
Electric car will leave Pensacola 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, 6:50,
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 then
run to Pensacola ahead of the trait
From Fort Barrancas.
SThe steam trains will run as at
Present, but will observe this electric
car schedule and wil work in connec-
tion with it.
Pensacola, St. Andrews nd
Gulf Steamship 0e.
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLASS PA88ISNGERJ AND
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN-
And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalachicola.
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 ,
I., for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 Ip
ma. for St. Andiews, Millviale, Apa-
lacnicola, Carrabelle and intermediate
For additional Info;rmation apply t
J. IL. AUNDRRS,
E. R. COBB, PreadeaL
Gen. Frt. and Pass. ASt-
has no equal
Leader in Imported Wina
No. 31 8OUTH PALAFOX W,
Cleaning & Dye
MEMBERSHIP RATES $1*0 PR9 1
Ladies and Geat's Clothing cla
dyed and repaired. Goods calld s
ABELL A FINCH, PROP!,
1 PmW .10. P % FIg
I TO LOAN.
We have $10,000.00 whio:' we can loan in amounts from
$5000.00 up, at 7 acd 8 per cent., according to size of loan.
One story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at
$96.00 per year ..................... ................. 600.00
Two dwellings on large corner lot. North Havne street, rent
at $135.00 a year .......... ... ................. $ 750.00
Desirable piece of Water Front property, lot 365 by 160. includ-
ing wharf charter. If soil at once .............. ..$8000.00
Two dwellgs on West Zarragossa street. goJo renters.. ..$1250.00
70 acres ow land near Powelton. Fla., convenient to railroad..$ 250.00
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Sta-
tion ..................... ............................. 41200.00
Desirable piece of property wit'i lot S0x100, near Palafox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once .... ..$6000.00
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, -with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once .........................................$4000.00
Thos. C. Watson & Co
LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets.
NORTH HILL PROPERTY.
Six desirable building lots at
EAST HILL PROPERTY
A Nice Home, 505 E. Gadsden 7 rooms, at
SSr OUR IOARD FOR BMARGAIUS
COLLMermN Off RITSI A SPECIALTY.
4: Iva W- 4 5 -rl .-
TWE PIENSACOLA .Jou".#. AI
"'`-: jr .
L SUNDAY MORNING, AU-OL'VRT 9, ISI&
of the 1
to see E
to be iu
tion to 1
GREAT INCREASE IN MAKING MIAMI --
BANANA IMPURIS A FINE SIAPRT The Card
RAILROADS OUT OF MOBILE UN- EIGHTEEN FEET OF WATER WILL Index System
a clear nai, an active uraii.. a srUUo -- ...rai auaier in
vigorous body; makes t:m fit for the Bic3'cles. supplies. etc.. at No. 12 E.
M.N.fT T ION battle of life. Intendencia, has just arlded an impor-
DEM ONSTRATI tant feature to his bicycle store. Th-?
feature consists of a messenger ser-:
OR SEC'Y TAFT SHORT LIV D vice which means that at any tme
Rof the da. a. s:!mle call cf phone 1133:
i l QUARANTINF 'a messenger will be at your door in a
By Associated Press. QUARANlt4 I L short while, and will deliver to any1
Manila, Aug. 5.-The welcome to part of the city any message, letter,
Secretary Taft and party to-day ex- package or anything else at a very
ceded all previous demonstrations by' INSTITUTED AGAINST TAMPA BY small cost. This will no doubt be a
American or Spanish officials here. great convenience to the public, who'
tiiovrnor General W I THE FORTS-CALLED OFF h .... ...
this drawback we have not the
Sberthing facilities for the handling of
the business that is offering now. It
COES BOOK ST E 'nd of additional facilities and bids
S 235 S. Palafox St. are being asked now for the making
123 Phone. of improvements at our fruit do ks,
S123 P ne. J which, when compl!:eed. will double
our capacity to ta eL cart' of the fruil
trade. The Mcbile a..d Ohio and the
II.ouisville and Nashville have only
W ht r nn tit rocking facilities for the accm da-
W hentr Yr.-A.at;tnifr nnitl an wh It it
Dulcfe, Br ss. Harrson, 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merr!tt & Co.
Vizcania, Br es. for Roter.'am via
er'-- s, :-, ."*) T.
Albetn. Aus: -s. Ivanich, Gulfport
t- G.:;f Tra:;sit C:).
I;lakceni:'.o;. Br ss. Pruhn. 2403,
'pezia to Pe'isacola Lumrber Co.
B.ur.o Menzeil, Ger s., Freierick-
snn, New Or:eins to t.e W. S. Keys.'r
Cartha. Br ss. .o'In:on. 541, H.l
:ana (o IExpojrt Lu:ut,--r Co.
Gracia, Span cs. Ruiz, 2122, Tampa
:t Gt:f Transtt Co.
OGr, a Adolpt. Swel s. Sjober;,
' ';. .y i; .- to H. Baars & Co.
i: ;':--.: ':;. as. Jorgensen. 1263.
S* i.r 'er.
;c k~ .Am s. Am s.O'ary, 1086,
':, ; i 'i, CGulf Trans.t Co.
Men and Boys
Distinctiveness is always a
quality belonging to Suits from
the "Old Reliable." The tail-
oring is first-class, the material
is flrt-class, the
WF S e -. AaV n- ... i 1n11L g asaUI ress a- -
Suv berths are full an;. another steamer. pressed the feelings of Americans and WHEN SUPPLIES RAN a
and then come to puts in an appearance, it is simply a, natives on the return of the former bp
S matter of lying out in the stream and governor general and Secretary Taft, SHORT. do
the Old Reliable waiting for a oerth, but this sort ol in replying, almost broke down.
thing is detrimental to the fruit cargo.1
N ij T < p t This influx of vessels that uu.!cr nor- Croup instantly relieved. Dr. T puliss f
Final conditions would have been un- Thomaus's Electric Oil. Perfectly safe. The Tampa Ties publishes te ol-
lloaded at New Orleans has much more Never fails. At any drug store, lowing report of an opera bouffe th
than doubled the amount of btus.ne. quarantine declared against the city:
the roads have to handle under nor-- There was a quarantine on against J.
I esta ra n itconditi course of great regret M Tampa for a couple of days last week jul
Restaurant, us at we areo-MITCHELL'S ,pintnotov(::n
to us that we are conpelh.*d to ntif tle city, a poind yet no over forty knew of it iromf
S. Otri Co.. and acaro Bros. that th city, and ye no o new of it in
whe the best isWould not be ae longerthis city."
e te heibt is bus Our d rIele one to h c Famous Scotch and Irish i T' us "the world do move" withoutll
always obtainable. count is intensified from the fact that the knowledge of the thr
while S. Oteri & Co. and Vaccaro I The r cralla denders of the pot O.
-rc ,. have not been identifed with 'S K S The gallant dgnsonders of the port 'f be
have not been lentified with Tampa r v notice through some th
A kinds of Fish, Soft Shell the fruit trade of Mobi, they have rc thr r thr
etili our g.od friends in New Orleains, unknown source that there were three
; ,1. d ,n i. S;, casess of fever ait Tampa. The mill .
WCrb, Western Meat- and have unloaded at the Nor'thwest- Are rcommended by Analysists and tar aut oriotier acted with their isua
AR DINNER SERwharVes, wich road :e 1 tI Doctiors for their purity and excellence. prc.'ion and declared a quarantine
RGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, fr.igh! at Meridian. Whin- we f,;t'11d See that you get ,rboth Eis moand t and Mullet keys ,c
25 CENTS. iothat a distinction had to becmae t we agait te
felt that we had to take care of tho,' against the city io
who have been identitie;' with the Mitchell's Whiskies Themamnioth guns and gunners bold
trade here, who are established hhere WVere shut up tight in the quarantine
and who have been instrumental in iand don't be persuaded to take any fold.
building up the fruit trade of this other.
port. Certain residents of Tampa, wh
"The Louisville and Nashville road idi atesit s am whe i
i In no better condition o take (arc 7 Corf's Building, Preesen Row, \ visiting on the islands at
o this extra business than we arei- LiiFpOI, Endand. ca, to hike hoe wars n
Liverp tol the tiee. t found thtit there was "nanAhirg
and it is a matter of rgret to the ofl- doing." The othicers of the forts ha,
aPiano H ouse. .uals of both roads that ihey are un-, seruly forbid-n the government boat
at'. to earn the extra revenue thus tster,
al to earn the etra revenue thu -then in this port-to return to the
offering. pleasant isles set against the west
"So great has been the influx of ves- ern sun at the uth of Ta a bay.
sels in the fruit trade to this port in, en un at the mouth of Tampa bay.
We can save you money and satisfy the past eight or ten days that een NE HUNDRED PAIRS the visitors hiked over the roll
y if you desire a first-class Piano. the United Fruit Company, which has j sea
New Poanos from $100 to $600. from the bhernning done much busi- OF T And cae to ampa through the Man-
Be sure to see the Baby Piano--- nctsne.ss through this port, has been OF THE FAMOUSa Tampa through the Man
amallest regular Piano made for young compelled to divert one of their ves- i
sad old alike, $100 to $175. sels to an Atlantic port." Then certain things became of seri-'
It will pay you to call or write us. Mr. Taylor said he had held confer- a
In r.wth heiespnsieeUe.d-o VI Lu UUUJLR~ ous bent on the isles against, etc. The
eres with the responsible heads of transport not biting permitted to ply *
the two firms involved in the new or- hack and fort, the supplies of edi-
TUNING A SPECIALTY. der of things, and that he has held commenced to grow slim, starva-
out to them no hope that the Mobile: bles commencel to grow slim, starva-
oud to them ndo hopethat tohe Mobile U ion stared tbe gallant defenders in
PHONE 47'. and Ohio could help them out of their I the face, but t'.cy declined to give up
difficulty. He said that he did not the siege.
know what steps the firms had taken. AT....
CLUTTER & RUSHING thoughitwas possible that one of And then-worst thing a man could
the firms, having fast oats. would be And then-worst thing a man could
12 L. Govrnment Street. able to import their cargoes through Te o ers gro had al disappeared
an Atlantic port.
PENSACOLA, - - FLORIDA., oataV t ma 1 Naturaiiy under these circumstan-
Florida the Best Place. ces. even the most gallant grew
Florida is the best place. This is gloomy, and there was talk of raising
what people say who return home the siege in order that the necessities
from other places to which they ALL NEW SHAPES AND of life nmiht b obtained.
Recently been seeking cool weather About this time, supply of "wire
and comfort. They report some pleas-i LEATHERS. I netting," was delivered in Tampa. The
IF YOU WANT ant and some very unpleasant weather tug James H. C:arke had the contract
at rsinotd NEWtug anies H, Carke had the contrail
at mountain andEastern resorts. NEW STOCK.for carrying this "netting" to the
IUN DRV Much more o the attcr. A lady s COPLETE RUN OF SIZkeys, and the gallant captain was in
LAUNUDR WORK mourning in California, who resides in COMPLETE RUN OF IZE quandary as to what he should do.
Jacksonville says the climate out there
is too cool for summer, and another So he chased a.ay to the state health
tha: will give you the sat- one in the mountains of North Caro- gent,
isfacion, that ou are lia says she ha seen this summer P M Got a bill of health without cost of a
earii the best It is warmer weather and more sultry Wh ray recent.
possible ., produce, you weather than Floriao ever has.
should be sure to "I never wanted to get home as --- Following which he stored the "net.
SYM POWd I bad in my life," said a gentleman yes- ting" below decks and sailed away
It r p i terday on arrival here. He said he for the forts. There he found armed
had experienced none of the cool. re- guards pacing the beach, but when
The Star Steam ,freshing breeze at night that always AON the gladsome news was disseminate wh
the Tladsome news was Hisseminate
prevails in Florida. "I can always that there was no fever in Tampa, the
dr sleep in Florida, but I could not in C CL THE captain recelveJ an ovation and was
Laun r. Boston, New York or Philadelphia the hero of the hour.
during the past month." It is the Phone 297
S od St. Phone 114. same old stor, A person fares as And finding there was no cause for
Pensacola Fla well in Florida the year round as he Cr. Main d P.rai tr fretting
can anywhere it this country.--Jack- They drak his heat in that "wirt
monvile etaup"" ettla,
S to sU en pac ages or mInessiages inl
hurry. Walter Hooton, like his
other, Jack, is a hustler and will no
ubt meet with success.
New Suit Filed.
The following new suit was filed in
e office of the clerk of the circuit
Otis Kelsey vs. H. F. Maneely and
C. Van Pelt, as sheriff, bill for in-'
nction; Leslie E. Brooks, attorney
The bay exci'-.ion to Oakland, to ba 1
ven by Naomi Rebekah laodgf, I. O.i
F., on Wednesday. August 9th, has
en postpone- indefinitely until fur-
##I##MMMMM^^4-#4-#t ###MS'I~r~.&Sra ,
A GOOD THING.
I( you have never had it.
you should, by all means,
try it. If you have al-
ready tr:ed it. of course.
you are stiil using it.
WHAT IS IT?
It Is the
THE BEST THIN
ON THE MARKET
Quick Payment of Policies
TO BEMEPICIARIES IS A REPUTATION TO BE PROUD
OP. THIS REPUTATION HAS BEEN
Earned by THE EQUITABLE
4 Fire, Life.'
The Union Central Life
"s a lower death rate, lower expense rate. an.! Ser
LE TO HANDLE THE IM- BE OBTAINED BY FIRST OF
MENSE RUSH OF JANUARY. is the most convenlen I
TRAFFICUH O and accurate system for
TAFFkeeping "accounts which
For mote than a year two dredge has yet been devised.
Mobe Regter of Sat and one rock-cutting machine have You can buy complete
Mobile R ser of Saturday een steadily at work cutting their
way from the terminal wharf to deep; Ca d I d
ptwo railrO of Mobile which water in the ocean at Miami, PEI. C lnd x
uipped with facilities for the From the day the work began there Outt
g of the import fruit trade, has been lltt:e delay, either night or Out
een snowed under, so to speak, day, says the Jacksonville Metropolis. He
enormous increase in the im- The Florida East Coast Railwav H re.
f bananas to this port since (!:edge has comniencea its third trip
asinc cross the bay, cutting a channel six-
louncement of the yellow fever teen feet deep, or down to the rock,
Orleans and the transfer to 'n(d one hundreds and twenty feet
rt shortly following that an- ide. As s on as it rea2he.; the point
ment of the boats of several ;ere the gvnet ook up the U'em Book S
oin f b theneoas o f seve. vorTk, it will go over the channel, cu,- ..
aong business over there. t, g out the rock to a depth of ei hteecc C. R J0ohao, op.
manner in which the capacity iiet. Tne Ross Company. with their
Mobile and Ohio and the Louis- large dre:lge, have cUEt through the
ad Nashville have been taxed iCninsula to a depth or -ixteen t) -- -
he transfer of the extra busi- ighteent feet. and now- a -t: .,i the e .
I'-rn ridge mo'ine eastw-,rdt in tak-r
this port can be realized i:n out the z ndo the lho-:. ';nmpwn URPNTINE TILLS.
is stated that within the past used su-tion dredge;s, h*;t te broken l an G .
ays, including yesterday, these rock wh.ih ha-, been rushed an.l M illdl rUs. CO
ids have handled an aggregate bItoken by the e ,v c-iime: machine i:; Manufact
cars of bananas, the Mobile ing taken oi;t with a l).-e-rful dip Manufacturers,
s oanf bananas d ie re ~e. : re sI now mak MOBILE, ALABAMA.
to handling 450 and the Louiy- i;. ius way in-o tie o"eal the wo'k:
id Nashville 300. This is the through hi.e )p-ninsuila being nearl-"
s of an average month which '")n:p;e:'i 1A r T
it ia lVelie'e3d t>at lyv the 1st of
ve transacted in eight days, so ,ittat testof M A K E TS I
ye increase in the importda by anuarv Mviamti will have eighteen fee.
nsferce oe bu t the ispes o- 'f t-: from the tr"rminal dclek to
w Orleans firms to this port ie ocean. A!-ad several of the Naval Stores Market.
en nearly quadrupled. large onPan-goi!g yachts, tie finest i., Savannah, Ga. Aug. 5-The naval
ames S. Taylor foreign frt iht thl Un:!'c States. are b:okedl for Mi- stores market closed to-day as foi-
3f the Mobile and Ohio rail-' "aia next winter. These floating pala-s lows:
as seen last night, and asked 's hbelon to the millionaires of the W ..... ... .....5 1
he acknowledged inability uo nrl-th, east anti west. It is also be-' G ;
he acknowledged inability olved that early in the yearGadditonal WG ......................... 4 75
d to handle the business. He 'od that earl in the r addion.......... 4 40
it it was a fact which he much l of ..tantrs wil be put on b .. ............... .
d, but it was nevertheless a :l'ce" NMiami and northern p"rts. and v ........................4 15
also between Miami and the Far East. ...........................4 12t,
most serious question with Miami. with eighteen feet of water,: ............. 4 10 _'
id Mr. Taylor, "is the labor. with the finest and moA substantial G ........................... 4 0
we are not directly responsible Lutomobile roa'.s in the state, and a F...........................3
furnishing of the labor fIr tie lack country teeming with life and, .......... 3 0..... $ to 3 5
ig of the ships, still if we activity, and its incomparable climate. ..................3 35
o transport te cargoes of a is an assurance that the prosperity ........................... 3 35
esseis it indirectly behooves us already attained is but the begin- i'
and know that there is going Ping and that the development of the Spirits Turpentine, 58" cents.
rural district and the city has but!
ffcient labor at hand to gi rl the has Burdock Bloo Bitters gives a man
ssel nrnnor hnrllino- In :. .li- J!1st conmencOI. B .. .A ... ..tt_ .__g .aa
SIron Works and Supply Co.
13 Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
SPrompt attention given to all orders, day or r.: :. Ag-.' $
for .Tames McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber DIL, a: ,
Chains of a!l descriptions.
SOffica Phone 123. PHIL WITrMAN. Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.
.%3ttc;:1t2%!! o%5:31S3:~~ mrS:%.1:?.- -
THERE'S NO FUN IN SPENDING HOT DAYS
IN AN OVER-HEATED KITCHEN.
IF YOU COOK ON A GAS RANGE, HE KITCHEN
WILL BE ABOUT AS COMFORTABLE AS ANY OP
7 YOUR OTHER ROOMS.
FINE "ECLIPSE" STOVE, $13A, CONNECTED FREE
PENSA COLA GAS CO.
27 East Garden Street.
111 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
BELL PHONE 208.
IS GRINDING PRICES DOWN EVERY DAY. CATCH ON TO THE BAs
GAINS BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE.
6 bars of WViite Ivery Soap for..2.c Mason Jar Rubbers, best quality.
5 bars Mashing Soap for ........ 25c the doz .......................
5 bars more than your grocer Tar Soap, the cake .............
gives for the same money. White Fe-toontd Plates, rah ..
4 dozen Clothes Pine ior ........ 5e Inportel China. Cups and Sa:1i t:
regular 25c the pouni Casrilei
Soap for ....................... c 1
,ow (21 p i"'tes for ............
C'.t Colar Surings ...........
Regular 5e Vcatting Tacks, 2 Pack Tack Han;ii.-s .................
ages for ... he Fy P pefor...........r ...........
) *z. iiAr: I' Machine Oil ...
improved Shoe Nails, package ... 4c-Maine Oil .
lomon Grundy A, au ifll Dccyra: ::.,
kolo m on G run dy A sst. N ails, box .. 5. c . .. D. .
'-.,,) tsivl -Hat I w-)Ik. the dozen 1 ..5.; -
no ,-; a .. . .... ........
r-i ;,Fn i ra im
., t -.. -u ----- ,, ----" - r i i- Ai alle!pi r -),J'.-
SBlack Enameled Whip Sockets ...20c1 ?M.nnin's Taleim Powder ....... -
SRecord of Births and Deaths During YLLOW
the Past Week.
The following is the record of births nd Have No Teaor for Yo0
Sand deaths during the past week, as
2 files in the office of the city clerk. BOSSO'S Blessing
Births .0B s 's Blessing
Colored-To Ed. McMillan and wife. to Mankind
;;I a girl: to Frank Davis and wife, a
S trIS THE ONLY POSITIVE
boy; to Sam Harris and wife, a girl; THE ONLY POSITIVE
to Emma Batiste, a boy.
White-Jos. Commayns, 71 years,
S snility; Chas. D. Carlin, 35 years, con-'
t gestive chill; infant of A. Booske,
Stillborn; Wilbur Morrison, 20 years, ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLL
accidental drowning; infant of D.
Paul Habgood, 1 day, premature birth;
infant of R. Q. Ousley, premature SOLD AT NICK APOSTLE'S RE
birth; Mrs. Fannie Falk, 61 years, TAURANT.
Colored-Joseph Hubbard. 27 years,
typhoid fever; Laura Webb, 75 years, .
dropsy; Hattie Turner, 33 years, ty-, aatactre y
phoid fever. 800B MEDICINE MANUFACTTU'
0"MC LIrrr~LUL --PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
| TElSELY TOLD _,.-_ _
~ BUSINESS LOCALS. ...
YSTEU, SUAEI AE
SHendrix & Carpeter will furnish O -A- M D
estimates on building and painting PE SIIi L t
and give personal attention to work. E.
i932 E. Strong, and 824 East aIRm u1 North Palafox
streets. PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
McKinzie Oerting & Co, wholesale WORK CALLED FOR AND
and retail ship chandlers and grocers, DELIVERED.
the only first-class boose of the kind MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR
in Pensaeol. Far pritet to alL PRESSING, $1.00 PER
SWhy s~ ferior paper. when you PHONE, 675.
can buy K B0ao ~dfrh. Dnitty.. E. L REESE. M. E WHITE. =
9EarM U% or .* d a St CV. IV Proprietr. Manager.
W.Tbainpowli"S o .. S IL
Ih I L
r `. S
A Dodls Worth for a Sl
re.: t;.,l, Er ss. Neville, 1694,
Pl. :,' .:-!ra to Persroiaa Lumber C').
S,:-er a. Itas: s, G:istavino, Balti-
: i t to Gul; T'r:;i,7.-it Co.
T'-lesfora, sran ss Bongoa. 291.
Liverpool to Punsagola Lm;nber Co.
Vizcaira, Br sa, McArthur, 140s,
Norfolk to F. O. i owe & Co.
Hud.son, No; bk, Kn:--Ecn, 771. Loa-
;'on to order.
3Ma';clan, Nor bl;, Moier. 1148. Rio
Jrlnci-r to Su)thiern States Lumber
Thomas. Ital bk, Garro. 803, to C. B
Hijalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
We st to Gulf Transit Co.
Jennie S. Hall, Am schi, Watts, 388,
Boston to order.
Lassei, Am sa-1. Reynolds. 1225. Bal-
tinior. to master.
Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt
653, New York to order.
Agostine Terrizano, !tal shift, C"-1
nera, 117u, Liverpool to master.
Walter S. Hooton Adds Important'
Feature of His Bicycle Store.
Walter S. -lor-t-n cr. r ,il do i.
Could you ask for more? Such
a 'nwuarantee makes this a safe
.tore to trade at whether you
are a clothing expert or know
nothing wLatever of good clothes
architecture. You will be sur-
prised a: the goodness of our
summer Suits at $10, $12.50 and
$15. Also Summer Underwear
Ofitter to Men and Boys
205.207 S. Palafox
65 AND S0 CENTS
Also a full line of Velox
paper and Kodak films.
Take a Kodak with you
and niake pictures of
your friends, family or
the places you visit.
Kodaks $1 to $20.
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old be esly for you to decide the retM
AL S. WIIIIAM P General Agent.
.THE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. pac
11 is always read by nearly al the
12 PAGES i
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1905.
PRICE 5 CENTS
F N0ra6r Sae im Corrct
Solutim last Weeks
,ZZLE EDITOR COMPLAINS OFI
MANNER IN WHICH ENVELOPES,
ARE S^ALFD PRIZE DOLLAR
DOLLAR WON BY MISS EVELYN
F .matN f. *'l answers were poorly
. Ah I'pa.* iuk o: hard pencil
;,. .:u<-t illegible; or.
t.cb: ;to te flap of the
Si a 7.' could not be got-
v. mutilating them
.. deciphered. that
. :'... i':.'?7. may not recog-
S. as they are
r nly be guessed
S'. 'r;.'- no do it. kindly
XA. w"y ,lirn the flap of
Sinsde-- v here it is al-
1' '. Their answe-rs
. ': -. of sealing it
*utdC ..* l"
\.1, :. i.1xw' of 20 West
p ..i. t ri'i' 'l o :hwe dollar
S:, invit-d to call for it
S* . off i
rr iv-w N :"s o la7' week's
**r< ' as allows:
Answers July 30.
Sioc di ';l. i th- cat and the
im"phaF lostt her shep."
1, m g tgrls and to,,ct-
Correct Answers Received.
LphanioM Ha'liark. city.
'e'. R,':ttu:# ci'
a Hrenihard'. ( 1.
! ,a trkiier Eagan. city,
'X' Faraln cit;
ra nllfl. city.
r be.~..t c', Big lkou.,
Wa rringion. Fla..
i n, S ,fiF:la.
;'"i lta~ u'i
7& A ii.-
TO THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS C
J. Montrose Edrehb. city.
Kathleen Morrison, city.
Ermnst!ne Pfeiffer. city.
Mary Peake. Uttle Bayou.
Sophia Lang, Muscogee, VIa.
L.iliian Friedman. city.
Virgin Bowers. illtom, FU.
W\ilie Wood, city.
D)hht: J. Friedman, city.
S--io, Berry. Brent, Fla.
.Jaj; Gentry. Milton, Fa.
Ruth E. Gentry, Milton, Fa.
Annie R. Peiffer, city.
Willard S. Norrell, Millview, Fla.
Nathalie Robertson, Warrington.
Arthur Hagooa, Spartanburg. S. C.
May Sp.ear, Chattahoochee, Fla.
EJna Briggs. city.
Harris P. D'Aiemberte, city.
Will Sam Barrow. city.
Pearl M. Eagan. city.
John Lang. Muscogee. Fla.
C. J. Heinberg. city.
Marguerite Rauscher, city.
Eve!yn Maxwell. city.
Allhrt Caro. city.
Joyce 0. Bsggett. McDavid, Fla.
C. L. Wilson. .Jr.. Marianna, Fla.
Geo. V. Greenwood, city.
Ja.n Mlnmcy. city.
Thomas Molloncy. city.
Charlit C. Francis, city.
Yvel:. Caro. city.
Quintin Barras. city.
Lelia Hallmark. city.
Mae Beasley. Milton, Fla.
Eva Hallmark, city.
Frances Hill, city.
Sicely Clarke. city.
Thres'a Clarke. city.
Sammie Stewart. Bazdad. Fla.
Carey Sitwart. Baedad. Fla.
Adalic E ewsrt. Uagdad, Fla.
S. E. Stewart. Bagdad. Fia.
Everard Ranch. city.
Mars Herrin. city.
S. Riera. city.
W-:li, Swaine, city.
Lucy Swaine, city.
EI Swaine. city.
Mamie Ha'l. Warrington. Fla.
Received Too Late.
Hurbert 'lenn Proctors correct an
sewers to the Puzzle Pictures of July
23. were postmarked "Molino, July
PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON
Aaswr emust Be Wrtttes This Coaupma MLL n
Attenion Will i rP Tae t Writtea IL
Except tio rls e.
I answers tohe puzzles in Tht 3jmal to-&y s n loios:
24. P. M.." and "Received Pensacola" into the "business mail" instead of
same evening, but for some reason the 'IPuzzle box." are those from Hat-
were not delivered to The Journal in tie Lu Trammell, Leoma Bear, Marie
time for the Puzzle Editor to get them Jones, Cuyler M. Gainer. Hilda Bear,
Thursday night. July 27. There is a' lwis Rosenau, Warren Graham, Iou
faint bibwn mark across the envelope. Caro. All were correct but reached
Willie Fenn's correct answers to the Puzzle department too late to
the Puzzle Pictures in The Journal have a chance at the dollar.
July 23, were delivered at The Jour- Letters and Comment.
nal office at 1 o'clock Friday morning, Dear Sir-I am a little boy, and my
July 28. instead of before six o'clock lape takes your paper. I 4i@ not get
Thursday evening. the dollar, but I am going to try this
Answers to Puzzle pictures in The week, or until I do. You put my imne
Journal BOnda, July 23..whFrh were down in your colunrm~ Ow thUogh I
not addressed to "'Puzzles" and got was papa. Please put me this week
Services at the Pensai
Following is the order of services day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth League
at the various churches to-day: 7 p. m.
Catholic. Reed's Chape!-Rev. Geo. W. Car
St. Michae Chuh-Frpenter, Pastor-Services every first
St Michael' ChurchFirst mas Sunday at 11 a. m.. by the pastor; Sun-
6:30 a. m.; last mass, ':30; vespers day school at 10 a. m., J. E. Boal,
5 o'clock. superintendent.
St. Joseph.s Church-First mas,
6:30 a. m.. last nmas 9:30 a. m.; ve* Muscogee Wharf Church--tev. Geo.
6:30 a. oclock.at mass 9:30 a. m.e W. Carpenter, Pastot---Services etery
ptrs ocleck. first and third Sunday at 7:30 p. m,
conducted by the pas'-r. Sunday
Episcopal. school at 3:30 p. m.. J. N. Andrews.
Christ Church---Rev. P. H. WVial(y superintendent. Prayer meeting every
D. D. Rector. Regular a r\ices at 7:3) Thursday night at 7:20 o'clock.
;nd 11 a. m. ar; 5:30 p. m Sunday Warriugton Charcun--Rev. Geo. W.
.-lhool 9:45 a. ni. \Ve Ipe.ias and carpenter Pastor-- Services every
rridays s;evi:e~ at .::;0 p. n. at 7: p. m.. every fourth Sunday.
St. Katharin's-('er\ .ieV and D._- Sunday school at- 10 a. m. Fred
'ois street!. Rv..\:l~r r.w T. Sharpe rec- Blum, superintendent.
tor. Regular services 7:33 and 11 a.
1,11 Q nA A 21 ni .tr i -
r Only Region In United States Where
They Exist is on Lower
SAURIAN IS EXCEEDIGLY WARY.
AND IS CAPTURED OM L W Ti
/ GREAT DIFFICULTY-MEe4OOSD
S/ EMPLOYED SY SUCCBsAJlU
COMC ) HUNTERS OF THE REPTILE.
0 -- ,YU James T. Sandewr, C CSimans r
LEOL K | ing in the Jacklsailmle 'ta&ilem
PA LE says:
^ PA~L-0 How the native crocodile IteW is
hi* native home, or the matA-em-
ployed of capturing ahnm &m 110 l
thought of and les l koiow by t ba*-l
Stores whor see these imln osrMau M.-.
g /\ basking in the oam or L lot-gd
9 4 .--I upon the edges of the "adide' te tA*
] o/|pens at Palm Beach or Mlaml, a~sler
( m, / they are kept in captivity f1r eMbiW.
tion purposes. Nettber in egitll ud*,
they appear to be the qsk, in11amit
rapid moving creatures at thWelrel-
l y are.
y n As is well known.there oI 16 e'
( region of the United States W
these animals are iound in eQ.tve,
state, and that is aloei the isewer st
coast of Fiorwra. a very few b dnga~a lb d
-, alcngBiscayneay, but'in ln.roiimuu-
t rs down among the numermaous allV
OFFICEE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT, THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A islands or keys farther south.aaod in
the vicinity of Flamingo and Cape
Sable. They inhabit the mangrove
marshes and swamps, and are hard)
correctly. Respectfully, Philip Witt- wouldn't it be nicer to take better to goe at by anyone. even a native
mann, Jr., city. care of your own "puzzle paper" in- Florida Crackar or Seminole Indian.
Dear Editor-This is the fourth or stead of "borrowing?" They can, of course, be shot, especial-
fifth time since I handed in my puz- Dear Puzzle Editor-As I am 12 ly by firelight, but as the dead 'dlUe"
zles. They were correct. I hope years of age, I thought I would join is only worth so much as his skin
these are correct, and hope I will your puzzle army and see if I could will bring in the market, his value'
capture that old dollar. I wish you not capture that "mighty" dollar. I, wten dead is not near so great as if'
Would give some harder puzzles. I hope I am a welcome member. "If!captured alive, and very few are ever
did not hand them in lately because I at first you don't succeed, try, trylkilled by the native hunters. There
could not find the puzzle paper but again." Your new friend, Mamie are numbers, however, who hunt him
when I borrowed the paper it was too Hall. to capture him alive, and the methods
late to hand them in, but I will keep You are certainly a welcome mem- adopted for hi, capture are securely
on trying. I remain, Your little puz- her, Miss Mamie, and if that is your guarded by thet successful hunter.
sler, Lena Israel. motto, you are sure to capture the it is said that only two or three, at
Good fbr you, Miss Lena. Bat- prize, sooner or later. -most, know of these methoads and t -
was only only by Nance that the writ.
er obtained th- information that is
tlga O9d* Qee4 e *9* :-+:+:--V4o ~W 2 <444-0 e4e0 *4 hIere given. A crocodile in his native
: bauna s is not only so quick at hearing,
Seeingg, smelling, and it would seem
Sr hat feeling, that the or linary layman
l may have little, hope of ever securing
a good specimen alive, unless by the
,444 e h.:4.4.:.,.:.:r :-:. :* ..: :.::- .:-;::. nt merest of accidents. They are swift
,to diuo, run or swyl4 in the mud and
Church of Christ. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. English scr- lay so still that no ripple of water will
Church of Christ--Corner Alcan. vice at 7:30 p. m. betray their pcsence, while theywilli
and Jackson streets. B.e school 9:4 Scandinavian Lutheran Church- smell a tenderfootat such a disnce
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 n. m., that all he will see upon his ailval
p. m.by W. T. Tracy. '11 a.,r m. tind 74 ev. Helle, Pastor. Is a streak of muddy water, showing
Wednesday night t 8 'rclocik.* * that his "dileship" was there, bt at
S- Christian Science. present is chuckling to himself na the
bottom of some deep marine cwae
Baptist. The Christian Scientists hold their where he is going to stay until a& Ls-
FirstBaptist Chur- ..meeting Sunday at the Masonic Ter tuders are gone, and as he only has to
aior. Reguaptr seChrcn- Re.u F. Jone pie at 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet- at two or three times a year and can ,
No services in the mnc:ning. Orh- ing will be at p. m., same place, get on well and stay fat on lese, mt .
nance of baptism will b, :iulministerel Pr 'ger Is not likely to drive him forth.
Slices conducted by eIe. S. Y. Pesbyterian. He Is different from his first auaa,
Pitts. Suncla' schooll at 9:39 a. m., First Presbyterian Cnurch-Rev. the alligator, *ho is dull, lasy, bun.
E D. Beggs, superintend& nt. Sunbeam Julian S. Sibley, pastor Sunday gry always, ani generally fearleaa aLd
Society 4 p. m.; Y. B. P U. 7 p. m. scool 9:3 a. m. Christian Endeavor. full of curiosity to see what all at.og-
West Hill church.-E. A. Cottrell. 6:30 p. m. There will be preaching ers look like. and comes up to see, thus
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor. falling an easy prey to the riflee his
7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursay Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave enemies.
Sni Mis asion at 4 n m C. 7. ek
In. and 4 1U.'. m l. Siu ay school .301 r an" at 17:30 .p. m. ". . '
S. superintendent All are cordially p .. Method of Capture.
ia. All wVeco.u.. First Chris':,:' Chirh--Corner Al- East End Baptist Chulrch--S. Y. superintendent. All are cordially in f
SSt. John's C!.u:c' -V'Warrington. Rc. (aniz aild qrery : ,'ets. SundJl Pitts, pnstor. Sunday school 10 a a good, roomessfuy boat s sehoured hat s
A. T. SI.a;pe. mnit.-icrr in charge s':ool !':45 .. n H. J. Mackcy, Su:t Preaching 11 a. m. Wright's Mill g ood, roomy boat i scored that i
Evening prayer and se.mon, 7:30 p. am.i Pracl:ing a 11 00 a. an. and X:0O p. bl:ed, c:,ner of 10th ave ne and A.. Salvation Army. very shadow of draftL so as to enable
* .. by t!'e pastor. Rever"nd Nou-ey ton street A co.dial inm;'ition is e- Services every night t 8 o'clock en it to easily float among the numerous
Methodist. Ka agouzian. Morning .',iject: "Th'e iaded to all. the tent, South East Corner Seville creeks and shallows into which It i
Palarox t ;r'et M-. i. li-t 'Church- I.i'e f t Jsu Eei.g subject:; square. A cordial invitation to all is destined to go. Ths boat is loaded
Rev. B. C ;i ,:i, past.r )i egu:ar se.. ~Saapsm's T"rmptai)ti andPl Is Re- Universalist. extended. Richard Norris, captain in with a good stock of camping utesils,
vices at 11 a. n.. and 7:30 p. m. Situ- ,suit." The Or.!'naniue f HBaptism willi First Universiiist Churclh--East charge. 'food and water. (there Is no drink
lay sch-ol ':30) a. m. J. N. Andrews., le ar1m:inisteredl at the concl:.ison *fr Ch~e street. Sunday school at 10 a. * in or fresh water to e found among
s'pcrt:tIr:d':.r :.'w,":tL League 6:.3nj the evening -s-ice. I':1 er meeting mn.; Y. P. C. U.. 7:00 p. m. All are First Church of Christ, Scientist. the lower Forida key), and a goa
p. M. Thursday evening: at S: subject: cordially invited. First Church of Christ, Scientist- supply of ropes, planks, axes and
Gadsden S'ree: Methodist Church-' "The Name Chrr'ian." E. B. Cerut!, * Service at 11 a. m. Services will be spades. Thujs eqapped you arive at
Pr'eachinz at 11 a. m. anJ a p. m. by' k:ler. The pul lic is corililly invited Lutheran Church. held in the Pensacola I!briary buill- the grounds and establish your camp
the pastor, Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun- ; a.ter.: !l these hervice.i. |German Lutheran Church--Rev. J. ing on East Chase street. n what looks t be a good ocdity
.... From the signs, -both old and frea.
These animals are not migratory, ad
..--.... ;.,.,--,.,---' "-,,S"-,t.;#x: S Wt~i,,,......,^ ..- unless from good cause rarely ever
Se ,leave the locality in which they were
hatched, although they may have a
Q The Old Training Ship Pensacola food.
a n e strange of four or five miles in search ct
SThe party now separates In sman
t M boats and begins the sesard for caves
SFrom the Marine Reiew up and down aklng te muddy baa
Sf deep, muddy, ill-defnod creeks nim
Y: inland lakes, and having found a cvLv,
-they next awertain If It is in u wd
Very few American wa- vessels now tlhe vessel has a handsome appearance' ships of the old navy, when sails were' great victories. They were all of;it so ai the "dile" large end oagh to
afloat, that took an ar'v( part in thear:d the sight of the veteran craft of still used as auxiliary .o steam, and somewhat over 2,000 tons, about 2.50 e anpr ifens his doom ters at
Civil War have had a longer and more the seas, instantly rcvivts memories in the Florida live oak hull, had not ye: ft. in length, and some 43 ft. beam. proessons, his doom s sealed, tr,
glorious history than the old steam'the minds of older observes, of the: given place to steel. She was one of; drawing about 16 ft., when ready for although the crocodle may be off on
srop of war. Pensacola. This craft igeat Civil War. The ni-tory of the, the five first class screw sloops of sea; they had large sail area and pos-1junketing expedition in searraof fotl
lies moored at the dock at the islaii' Pensacola is intimately interwoveni war, the construction of which was sessed many of the qualities that maaelor on a visit to h relatives, the hat
of Yerba Buena in San Franciesci with the achievements ft Commodore authorized by the Act of March 3, the old clipper ships famous in the er is not n the least discouraged, for
Bay and has long been used as a i Fnrragut. the hero of New Orleans anl 1857. i mercantile marine. a patient and secret watch is set aa
naval training vessn el tor boys. The Mobile Bay. i Her sister ships, the Hartford, Brook- The Pensacola was built at the Pen. when he is seen in the vicinity he t
naval training veSsel tor boys. Thel Mobile Bay. Her dBroterI
island of Yerba Buena belongs to the The name Pensacola is an Indian lyn, Lhncaster and Richmond. were, sacola Navy Yard. Florida, from de. easay frightened and runs to ,ae
United States. and on ;' are located; (Seminole) word. and literally signi- like herself. favorites in the old navy, signs of John Lenthall, a famous naval cave. This cave Is a hole about tw
a number of large buildings that are' fies "bay of plenty." Evidently, this and assignment to any of them was constructor, and the lines are fine feet In circumference on the banks of
used as a naval training school. At: signification was known to the build- an appreciated honor. The Hartforl and beautiful. She was complete-. the creek or lake, and may extendlb*
a glance at the old Pensacola. the' ers of the vessel, as her gangway heal- as Farragut's flaahio at New 01- just before the breaking out of the sixty or seventy-five feet under gronnm
expert eye identines the war craft as boards were carved with cornucopias leans, and Mobile, and the Brooklyn, nto the woods, but is always near abr
one belonging to a past period of pa-i -"horns of plenty." Richmonld and Pensacols, were in his
ine architecture. But, for all that. The Pensacola is a type of the fasts squadron, and participated in his (Continued on TrNmth Nge.) (Continued on Twelfth Page.)
rn arhtcueBufralta.ThPesclisatpoftefran.3R r 1
THEIMA n CAREFTULRLYAD IG Ln W
HE STRAND CI GARUW
. f .4I
'hown in this Picture are two well known proveu. Can you tel what they are?
II I 1
'TE PENACOLA JOtI&JA L,,8JPA MON !ING,
SURPRISED TWO !morrow tocomplete a visit to her pa-
LITTLE LADIES. I rents, Mr. and Mr.. Rirhard II. B lih
Miss Margaret an,'. M!ss Ada Mc op, at th!lr redsdence cn Market
Hugh received a very pleasant sur- street. Lc.ore going north to be near
praise Friday nltht when a party of her husband, whj yesterday joined
young friends suddenly appeared, at his new ship, the Daibuue, at Port-
;their home to spend the evening. bnd, Me.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
Games, music an.l refreshments form- 0
ed the interesting features which all; "The Jaepers-n sisters" vho for tw5
enjoyed. weeks have delighted hundreds by
These present were Misses Bernie. their fresh, youthful voicc3 an(' ex-
Sadie, Ada and Blanch McHugh, Miss, pressive sinngng at the Salvaticn
'Iouise Biebighauser, Miss Ella Army meetings, left Saturday morn-
Swaine, Miss Francis May MeCafferty, ing on a visit to their parents in Ba!d-
Miss Anna Walsh; and McMesrs. Bud win county, Alabama, to the regret of
miaine, Ed Walsh, Joe Walsh, Joe the many friends those Salvation
Toiart, Louis Rady, Charlie Vencr, lssfita won -while assisting Cap:a:n
Charlie Foram, Jchn EIgan, Joe Mc- and Mrs. Norris in the noble work
H ush. they are conducting In thin city.
WON MEDALS IN MUSIC H In. J. Walter Khce and family
FROM MANY CONTESTANT3. arrivedo last night frc. Marianna, an
regular tcrm. for '05 ycsterl~v mn)r-I- corner Cervantes and Darco:dna.
ing, and is justl.- proud of the re-:.lsi 9
of the annual examination of her pit-! Miss Evelyn S. Thorntcn has re-
pis in rmuz!c, at the close of which turned frcnm a delightIul visit in At
the two gold medals were awarded. linta where she received all sortJ of
cne r ach in the Senior and juniorr de- cnmrn;ing soc'a! atternton..
Miss Essi? Duncan won the gl.,'
medal in the senior clan.; and M:;;s
Mattie Jennings won the gold medal in
the junior grade.
The winning of the medals is qui:o
;n honor as thcrc were twenty con-j
tc.iant. an-l th(ir work has hbfn the
s',tly of Mason's dAhanced methods in
touc-h. echrique and .phiasing, requir-
ing very hard work, and the young
ladies h-ave been receiving a good
many ci.ngr tuIlatio(is while thtir
tcachfr is naturally very prod of
_____ -- us -- -: ~ Y- -
PEOPLE AND EVgNTS
Er Ir. N EnweC. reoste" Si
cen, Hcad and Dione Amn I f 1ai l 1 1,3. Coe
and TarryovWomen andSociety. 'rt a iI'Ii w-: r z
Mi-s Pau;line Rese le:t Thurl.--y .V4
roon for Monteagle. Tcnn.. where sh ,
will spend the balance of the summer,
later visiting other points in Tennes-
soe before returning.
-i n 'F - --
Mrs. Frank D. Tracy rct irned S t- uS
vrdav from Bostrn where ..:'( s-n: -
three months visiting her husi:and's THE OLD TRAINING
The Foreil ; --
n... o. '.ii. iS.Oci y So lety
will meet in the basemcnt .)f Palafox
.M. Z. church Monday eveninT at half
We have the finest line of Fine Stationery and Writing Materials
this city. Staticncry is dcne up in farcy packages for from 10 cents
$1.25 per box.
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
0, 190 5.
IF WE HAVE IT, I T 18 THE PNST.
(Continued from Ninth Page.)
is K e wil r : ,"re a last four. Civil War. and sai:i ta Washing:on G LU T E N FLO U R !
CESP(', early izn S l;;:'emrclr, an' dur- to be fitted out. About Augus, 1861,
ing the br.e:f vacriton continue to Mr. F. O. How left yesterday for she was put in coniullssion wiih the.
conduct the studies cf her pupils in Mo-lle on a business trip. veteran Capt. Hen:.y \. Morris as
special courses. commander, and Lieut. F. A. toe, now WE HAVE JTUST RECEIVD A FRESH SUPPLY (', TiE (CE'.
S. K R E3 r. Dudley Saunders has gone on rear-admiral, as executive officer. EBRATED GLUTEN FLOUR SO MUCH IN DEMAND BY INVA
FMRS. KERR ENTERTAIN3a trip to Atlanta, Indian Springs and While preparing for sa, Lieut. Roo. LIDS, DIABETICS, AND ALL WHO- REQUIRE SPECIAL. NO'U
FOR MISS HILSCN. j ether places, and will be away twoo o was ordered, 'iempo:a.-ihy, in great
Mrs. Clen Kerr of North Gille;nardi three weeks.ha e consequence of te defeat at ISHMENT.
street. (n;crtained at cards Friday Bull Run, to occupy with 500 seamen
night from t in honor of ss The bayshore people are not enter- Fort Elsworth, near Alexandria, an
1r0a IHilson of Tallahassee, and quite a training to any extent in a formal way, s occupied it on the left of MClel- n fahn & Co
number were present dihr:rn the even- bInt they are certainly enjoying life, Ln'sline. until the Arm.- of the Poti- h
ing and sp-nt a most plea-ant time. on the beach, whcro they spend their mac went down to the peninsula, when The Pure Food The Stor that Feeds
wMiss Annea .r .n of XeCiia, Ohio,. leisure when not boating, lie returned to his ship. The passage
was the winner of the first prize; Mi:ui.i lof the Pensacola down the Potomac Stor Phones 178 and 480 the People.
Ellen l'.edsoe captured the second.! Miss Clara and Miss Mattie Cary was an exciting and somewhat mem-
while the booby vwa awar.'ed to Mi.s who have een visiting their slater cable one. The river was blockaded
Hilson. Mrs. Htnrt Hall in Mobile, will ac-: for nine miles by a succession or rebel ...
Before the departure of the guests company AMri. Hall to North Carolina forts and batteries on the Virginia
for their honm,:i ices and cakes were for the remainder of The summer. side, the officers of which were under
served, and everyone present pro- strict orders not to permit the pass-
nounced the event one of the most Mrs. Josqph O'Leary's innumerable age of any vessel. YOj1 $ FEI IA COLL I rr
pleasant of the season. Friends wil be glad to learn that she President Lincoln and his cablnt
0- -returned from New York with Captain were honored guests on the ship un'il ...Thomasville, Ga....
WILL SING THIS MORNING. O'Ieary q the "Pensacola." I the batteries were reached, when they Offers Full Courses for A. B., B. S., and B. L. Degrees
Miss Clara Jensen of Chicago, the: ere taken off and returned to Wasa- .
accomplished singer who is visiting Miss N. Irene Kelton of Burlington, iugcon, while the Pensacola pursued Physical Culture, Elocution and Music Our Specitie
her relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jensen on Vt.. has gone home after a pleasant, her course through nine miles of unre-
East Hill, will sing this morning in visit with Mrs. F. Bowen at the South- mittlng fire, down the ri"er to Haim- $15,000 spent this year in building and equipment. Steam II. I
the Preftyterian church at the 11 cra H otel.re, C!.' ] 1
the Presbyterian church at the 11erHotelton Roads without serious injury. Sh Electric Lights, Gymnasium, Swimming Pool, Good Fare, C!;n:
o'lok service. Miss Jnsn is said accompanied the Hartfor, with Fl Unsurpassed. Strong faculty of 10 Experienced Teachers.
to have an exceptionally high, clear. While there are no formal contest ,Officer Farragut to the Weit Gulf EXPENSES $209. LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE SCHOLAR:Hi;P.
soprano voice and. as she will sing on the local links this summer asI blockading squadron, arriving off th EXPEN209. LIMITED NMBER OF FREE S
I.uazi's "Ave Maria," the congregation, there were last, the links at the Coun- Miissssippi, March 7, 1862 and parti-; For Free a e A
will have a treat, try Club present an animated scene. c!pated in the blockade of the coast Se sion opens Sept. 26, 1905. For Free Catalogue Address
----- .. -........- .- ... and the long preparations for the com.- I. COCHRANE HUNT, President.
lion. C. L. Shine has returned to (Continued on Page Eleven.) iag battle. The old Pensacola tooK I
the city much improved in health by active part in the batt'e of New Or-
his stay onthe "red hills of Leon." leans. She was hotly engaged during ------
SAll a cal er entire passage of the forts and the
Miss Sadie McHughi returned Wed- AllFa cal enemy's boats for an hiur and a hilf
nesday night from a ten days visit in firing chiefly wth grape and can- I LI
Milton much improved by her rest. BLEIS S ster. (Florida Female College.)
S' Capt. Morris and Lieut. Roe receiv-
Hon. T. P. rMcCourin. United State:; i Removestrong commendation from Comma- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
marshal fcr the Northern District of Rem ve s i dore Farragut in his official repo:ti. The best col!e.e in the South for young ladies. Unsurpa.4cd al-riarIM
Florida, and a well known resident of and the latter was re.-ormended fit
Pensacola. is on a business trip to the In One promotion for his skill and bravery i music and aL: under teachers whobave studied in America and ..
city and i registered at the Itival.- in action. The Pensaccla also took a Sewing, cooking and lndustria: arts taught young women. Phys.iral S
Jacksonville Metropolis. Week. very active part in the P'tack at Vick--' a ymnnaslum equipped with apparatus, swimming pool. etc., reqi,;:' i -.
r b eburg and other engagements in cn- the direction oflan experienced lady teacher. The only State Norn:a; Sci
7r D or Donal wh- ehosed B [A U iOLA nectlon -!th Fa-ragut's fleet. She wv3A
her ininDora n al ds a a go i- U a v d d an a ftr being se- t fo' omen -upportd by the State of Florida, offering professiona ..-
tending to take a much needed rest. to the docks far ne-ess.nry repairs, re- courses, kindergarten training, and four year normal courses, I.s !:. "~*
but became too ill to go away, will THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. malned on duty in thh gulf for th" de ree of L. I A .-vanced colleZe courses of elual standing with :. '.
Slave in a few days, as she is now irm- Beautiola i the rnl7harmle. preprr- Inext two years. someme serin a3 iy leading to degree of B. A.. B. S..M1. A., rnd M. S.Turtion is '- i
lion that **i plet .y olilteratei ALI a flag ship of the squadron. ea ge n . a . . ,,
proving. racial bl mishes. traces of car. worry, tl- A tr the war. the Pesacola went tominal. For catalogue and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHRE
neso and *exp-sur-. After a few app tea- the wr th Pi 1-
Miss Kate Klumker, one of the Lan- i.onsouf Brautliola. Iauty of votith returns to the wards and, thoroughly over- President.
non Company's most popular attaches, a"nd tl ai like mantle frroni thea raef. hauled, repaired and refitted sailel i:1 _
vnon ompan th skin ,?ft. c'%r i veilvoy. u 1V86y,6 tor the FacifC o-en
left the store last night on a well not a wrinkle ,or bielnl h romain-. heart- August, 186. tor the Facifle ocea. _nO lA
earned vacation. ~la is P dor-'t-d h th .Medi at Fratern(ty, under command of Capt. John L. Wor T P NSACO LA
earned vacai'h.-mi-t4 aind Exprt Irme-to'oa it4.st den, who will le remembered as theT
Sha m.td i fad'-d. il.t #a e h .utiful Ad*. n
.T A. Wright of Pensacola was a as yout!iful at f.ortr mnd li'tv a- they wr. gallant lieutenant who was in cornm-
est at e.-T a t twenty, atk's ;ied ber n.-n witl he t.o- mlrand of the Monitor in her encountr CLSC A
guest at the Arno on Sunday.-Tampa wondering risulti. Bisautiwosi rmlOV te raI* with the Merrlmnac in H-.mpcon Road1.
Tribune. worst '~-*so, of BR',tr'N. LIVEK -' I)T',. h Pacic --
*PRgCKLLE4. BLkCKHKfD4. PiMe'LKa4 She remained on tho Pacifi si-
WRIIKL.-N I CARs'. 'teiLL POX fi' tlon, usually as its flagship, until the
D r. R. iy wis of Pensacola, was in TING and all gISFi(;IUt:RNi RI -I latter part of 1883, w'vcn she bean OPINION OF !DUCATORS AS TO
the city first of the week. looking 'I^RNP1 'e* ,0 cet. 'RY. BOX eward voyag unr the co
igG'ARANTFEKo. her homceward voyage Laler the corn-
after his wholesale drug business.- For eale by leadlnc drlug,it. r sent nanad of the present Rear-Admiral ITS WORK.
Marianna Times-Courier. direct t to Henr Erben.
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO., enr .
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dunham are th. Dept. St. Louis. The Pensacola was asain thoro. iiy Prof. Walter Miller, professor of
proud parents of a nine pound boy Peaunola hbf rkman. freCJupo),I r I,F reaedand fittd o n e (reck t Tiano Uniersity. aft.,r This is the onlyfid on:
born Friday night. ",Navy Yardl for duty as :he flagship (;rek Tan Uniersy. afts This is the only o
born Friday nightthe Eropean squadron. She was ar visiting the classical school, wro, nity you will have
Mrs. 0. M. Pryor and children r-that time commanded hy Capt. Ge. th following unsolleitet opinion to a h well-known NE
Mrs. O. M. Paryor and children re- Deey-"tie itro of M anila"- nd friend and colleague: house n the
turned Thursday evening from a visit flew the flag ef Rear-Aidmiral Frank-. "The Penara la Classial School Is'
in Alabama. Mrs. P ryors many lit. Upon her arrival fn;:r Europ- long i endidwork f or the cause o laHabg
friends are pleased ato learn thather b How Do Y u can waters, the Pensact.a mrd(e a trio southern education. It I established
health has been greatly benefitted by to Africa on special duty, and th on broad principles, it cherishest
the change and she returns much im- came aga'n to the Pacific station. he road r inciles, ithp; it main who will tae your ma
roved. Make t So Years after, the old war-scarred ve.- tains a ilgh standard of 'xceilenoe.; for
MiselieSo oeran was fitted up as a training ship. and by the best mo'lde;- methods and
Miss Olive Creary of Corinth, Miss., and placed at Yer'ba Buena isand u penT nth e b re-de-t roughness of hp
i who is visiting Mrs. Andrew Lewis for G od ? where she ha s been ever since. The training Com~arTble oughne, t t of MhdWford.d
Ia few days and had Intended to leave Goodeact is fairl t hene eien t training comparable w tit that affordad
ia fe days and had Intended to leave P Tneaco!a bids fair to render ffieient 1by the grtet fltotg schools of the His line is the mo -
tomorronw has deferred her departure service in that capacity: for years to t'na. TO my mind tLe Pensacola plete that will be -:
until Wednesday. Scores of people have- cme. Classical Shool s of the very here this eas on, c'a
M lie us abou t our ice best secondary seholea of the south.". lull length -patterns
Miss Julia Gay will arrive this WILL INTEREST MANY. Dr. Venable, preeldstt of the Uni- the latest and up
morning from Whitield, Fla., to spend cream, The secret of it Eveiy person should know that good I versity of North Carolina, writes: "It novelties. Ask to sF A
a week with her father and family. health is impossible if he kidneys are gives a%, ple#aune -testify to th- "Alpine Weaves.' rh
o Miss Gywil be accompaned to so dainely .ric Iito, rrt : -1 co thby is that we use t u
Miss Gay will be accompanied by is that we use the purest de-anged. Foley's Kidnev Cure will .lhorougbness of the preparation )f est fad among styilh.
Miss Cornelia Jernigan. cure kidney and bladder disease In the stu4nlts' who have come from dressed men. Orders A.
ilJersey cream, lavorn every form, and will build up and your cbcaol tu th btsiversiry. We for immerilte or fu?-"
Mrs. William Victor Tomb and her etc., in freezing it thor. strengthen these organs so they wii should te gla"- to have more of the livery. We will gua:'-
little son, who have spent the past perform their functions properly. No same typ." to fit and please youi
few days visiting Mrs. Tomb's sister, roughly, and in serving it danger of Bright's disease or diabete' Dr. Goe Petrie, professor of Latin THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
Mrs. Albert J. Cox, at her dozy home if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in; and History In the Alabama Polytec-' SATURDAY, JULY
on West Duval street, will return tD. so daintily. time. ric IflitkUte, 't4es: "1 consider the 27th, 28th, 29th.
Pensaeols hlas isal.m ol one of the
Yo'll be e wt te "BluePREVENTITIVE I! !beSt sc bel 3ai tthis section ofj
RIbbon Flavor." Ask la tht mke a pipe every day and the of it work and the
has ned Blue Ribbon Lemon sad Va-. Kan Kitchen Cafe Smoke a p eve da and the the --t d .
nill& matter tand she wili tll you tae buy t. nice French briar or Mw- tt5 by ce n rioeer-
that they are the "Bst DMer Made." 14h0 S.Prel Phone999 a GE at M or CA StT to ors iinonal garih.
Ask your groeerefor Blue' o0Sn P 9wAesmanwa meIAn aRo ossee apc fle mem bqrtie
apd lemon L ad VaL less 5" the marey prices. m b- Go at if
avors peretl Tonh Palao strles.t.
u hs t .eet. -
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OPEN ALL NIGHT
On account cf the rainy weather luet week, which no doubt prevented
great many people frcm taking advantage of our free tooth brush offer, th
offer is cort'nucl for this week.
To introduce Hootan's Antiseptic Tooth Powder, we will give to eve
I-lrchaser .f a 25-cent tlttle of the powder, a 25-cent Tooth Brush fro
Both the Powder an-i the Brush arfe erranteed. and if either are unsat
factory your mcney will be refunded and no questions asked.
wy _Aq;~~CPI1" - nY .
J o0UR M'A L,
6 U, Rn.
S- ~ 1 1 jI. V -qU
O 1O2 J
LL MAIL 01
IED AY CA
, Sale that has become a household word to Pensacolians,
$5.0M Potent Kid Oxfords, all
styles, to go at................S
$5 00 Vici Kid Oxfords, all styles,
to go at .....................3S 5
$5.00 Tan Rusians Calf Oxfords,
all styles, to go at .............S
$4.00 Oxfords, Patents. Tans
Kids and Calfs. lace and button,....
all styles during Odd and End
sale .............. ............ ..13
$3.50 Oxfords, Patent Colts, Pat-
ent Kid, Vi-i Kid, Box and
Velour Calf, heavy and light
weights, blutcher, lace or but-
too. tans or blacks. all repu-
rable makes, ir fact, any of our
$. 0 Oxfords for ..............S.0
$:.oo Patent Kid and Colt Ox-
fords. now ...................2.18
$_.5o Choice of any pair in the
store .......... ............ $1I8
f. 00 Any Style that's your size..$1.62
$1 -. Satin Calf Work Shoes, now $1.18
$1 .5 Oil Grain. Old Men's Com-
fort. pegged soles ............$1.00
i1.5i Satin Calf Congress, cap
toes ......................94 ct
Edwin Gapp's Oxfords.
$6.00 Patent Kid Oxfords, the
highest grade shoe made, dur-
ing Odd and End sale.......$4.98
$6.00 Russian Calf Oxfords, the
supreme leather, Acme of per-
fection, all to go at.......... $4.98
The EDWIN CLAPP SHOES are
acknowledged to be the HIGHEST
GRADE MADE, but, then, the sizes are
broken, SO THEY MUST GO.
$1.50 kind. black, silk embroid-
ered Lisle thread, now...... 93 cts
$1.25 kind, black, cob web, lace
insertion, now............. 77 cts
$1.00 kind, all lace Lisle, many
patterns, now................47 cta
60-cent Tan and White Lace, Lisle
thread, now..................39 ct
25-cent Tan. Black and White
Lace and' Gauze, now........19 cts
15-cent kind, fancy effects for... .7 cta
a true definition of the word "Bargain," but, then, such
$3.50 Patent Kid, turn sole, hand-
sewed ....................... 288
$3.50 Tan Blucher, ribbon laces,
welt sole ............... .....2
$3.00 Tan Oxfords, all styles,
what's left, now..............224
$3.00 Vici Kid, lace and button,
now ................... ...$. 43
$2.50 Oxfords, Tans or Blacks, all
styles, at ....................$1.96
$2.00 Oxfords, Tans or Blacks ,all
styles, at......... .........$1.64
ti 50 Oxfords. Tan, large eyelets,
wide laces, at .................$1.18
$1.50 Oxfords, Black, sizes 6, 6%,
7 and 8, only.................$1.01
50-cent kind, solid colors and
fancy, 3 pair for............. .1.00
25-cent kind, all colors and pat-
terns, now ................ 19 cts
25-cent Boys' Heavy Ribbed School
Hose, now .................. 1 cts
25-cent Misses' Tan, Black and
White Lace Lisle, now......19 cta
Ladies' Strap Sandals.
$3.50 Patent Ideal Kid, French
and Cuban heels, one, two and
three cross straps, all styles,
$2.50 Patents, French ana' Cuban
heels, three and four straps,
alsoribbon effects, all to go at $1.96
$2.50 Vici Kid, 2, 3 and cross
strap, French heels, now ......$1.89
$2.00 Patents and Plain Leathers,
to go at ...................... $1.59
50-cent Boudoir Slippers, red and
black, now ............... 39 cts
Children's Sandals and Oxfords.
$200 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .......................... $1.46
$1.75 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ......................... $1.39
$1.50 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ......................... $1.13
$1.25 kind, choice, any pair in store
for .......................97 cents
$3.00 kind, choice, any pair in store
for ........................87 cts
ALL MAIL 0
PANIED BY Ci
Misses' Sndals Oxford
$2.50 kind, the choice of any pair
in store for ...................$1.9
$2.QO kind, choice of any pair in
store for. ...................$1.4
$1.75 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ....................$1.3
$1.50 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ....................$1.1
$1.25 kind, choice of any pair in
store for ...................89 c
$1.50 kind, choice any pair in
store or ........... ...... .. $1.1
$1.25 kind, choice any pair in
store for.....................93 c
$1.00 kind, choice any pair in
store for ....................82 ct
75-cent kina', choice of any pair in
store for....................49 ct
50-cent Soft Soles, all colors,
any pair in store for........ 39 ct
member, our Odd and End Sale will continue until all broken. lots and incomplete size
disposed of. You are fortunate, Indeed, in whatever lot you may find your size.
FOR DIARRHMAI I
ACUTE OR CHRONIC. .
Sir. aruba Bowel Tonic
IS AN UNFAILING REMEDY.
CLRES TEETHING, DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, DYSONTERY,
SFLUX AND ALL 1OWEL DISORDER.
t SOLD AT WHITE'S PHARMACY.
a At wholesale by Mobile Drug Co., Mobile; Lewib A Co., pwecola.
I > -; 4^ o.o^::<^ 1- j94^t
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BkTHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Speil Weekly Rates fo TMer o ro w.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, JmackvillU, FladI
WE ARE GROWING iJR I
I HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHS AND QP A
Down-Town Office and Builders' Supply epot :
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL B*
* FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR 4MLOIN# M A-
TERIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WKE ArM ThPA
CAR LOAD OF PAINT ;
ard wa r.! our business. Prompt attention to all.Call
Saunders MIII Qompeny
S^e-acoa. Phone 717. oi. I
** is*** 1** u410*0014414019$ *i,*$ sees*---.-
r T- jyj 'f__VTIti'^!I^t ii.iti._im hauq mIsau
While the City is Cleaning Up
why not go through your house- a *makeP not of the
Bs of Furniture You Need
Why not put in iron beds? They appg er o ol and
comfortable and arc always freree frc bi, oe. $1.50 to
$10. and in a variety of colorings. .e Pf- Mgpy mos-
quilo bars and nets.
1-oW S. PS aax St. Pbme 14& .spds, Ph.
SOCIE T Y Y pass than Pf latelfigent rectitude.
SAnn' yet it requires as fine moral
courage to be fair, and honorable and
upright toward a fallen friend and is
(Continued from Page Ten) rqute as difficult, as to be merciful in
JUdgment of an enemy.
Almost every day large parties o we. ourselves are true to the best
devotees are assembled, and somfe within us, our friend fallen, is even
record breaking strokes are made, at more dear than our friend upright,
times. but-his sin is more hateful than the
sin of an enemy or of a stranger--
from the human point of view-be-
The many frien- a of Mrs. R. Q cause it wounds us as the deed of an
Ousley, who has been very Ill for two enemy or ranger could not do.
enemy or a stranger could not do.
weeks, will rejoice to learn that she Ah! If only the offender suffered
is now improving. hat sting would be removed from
l our punishments!
Mr. and Mrs. William E& Craig have But O! The ramifications of conse-
returned from their wedding tour. quences go so far beyond' our knowl-
Their stay was a most delightful one, edge, striking hardest where we love
having visited Washington, New most and are most tenderly loved, in
York and Boston. They also enjoyed the present, and, God alone knows
the beautiful trip to Quebec down the how and were our influence may
St. Lawrence river. They are at bring the sting of shame in the future
home, 109 E Romana street. -here and-God knows!
How our hearts ache with the blind,
Willie Berry, Jr., celebrated his helpless human ache for our fellow
thirteenth birthday Thursday night by creatures brought to the bar of man's
informally asking his friends to spend judgement-frail, faulty judgment at
the evening with him. About thirty best, yet the best we can reach with
young people responded and were our limited human ability.
happily entertained with games, mu- But how infinitely more painful is
sic and dancing. and abundant and de- But how infinitely more painful is
licious ie cream, cakes and other rethe longing of the soul to lay the slm-
cos ce cream, cakes and plcity of salvation before a poor,
feshments were served. weak spirit as it hovers on the brink
"-- of eternity, yet lacking the moral
Miss Celia Roberts will be home to- courage to "intrude" upon the last
night from Fayetteville, N. C., after
a r absence of four years. Her mother!
Mrs. C. U. Roberts will go to Centjiry TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE
to meet her, and her family and many'
friends will give her a most cordial YOUR BEAUTY
welcome home. USE
r. F. E. Brawner and son Miv er:NA INE FArF POWDER
are expected home to-day from an ex-! f 'in.. m f u ULI
tended trip through the northwestern, Copyrighted in Green Boxes.
states and Canada. SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARM-
LESS AS WATER.
Mrs. W. Ii. Northup will leave dur-
ing the week for Chautauqua. Y.
She will later join friends for a Cann- ,
adian trip. ,
Mrs. W. C. Jones and children left
Friday for Nashville. Tenn,, were
Mrs. Jones will spenS several wm ks!
at her old home.
Tiose of usp who have newe -beea
Tempted are hardly in a o NADINE FACE POWDER is co
E. row over the fallen. It is erdonly oe pounded and priced by a newly d
her home in Crawfordsville, Ind.
HATING THE SIN AND
LOVING THE SINNER. r-
Those of us who have never.-beeO
Tempted are hardly in a poflU0 to NADINE FACE POWDER Is com-
crow over the fallen. It is only tbozei pounded and purified by a newly dis-
who have resisted: temptation who are covered process. Produces a beauti-
entitled to censure and they--well, ful, soft velvety appearance, which
they are least inclined to do Bso feel remains until washed off Ladies who
ing only humble, and prayerful and use Nadine Face Powder are sure the'
grateful. complexion will be soft and lovely at
Grateful that they were enablAd to close of the evening.
safely cross the ditches .across the) THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED.
past; praying they may have no pmore Buy one 50-cent green packaN of
to cross; and-humbled by a l owl- Nadine Face Powder, and if you are
edge of their own weakness and ed' not entirely satisfied, notify us and
of still stronger temptations tharSmy we will promptly refund, your money.
await them further along the way. Sold by all leading druggists, or mail
It is evidence of small virte to de- pltce 90 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett,
nounce the aianer rather than te asi prepared only by
ad savers rather of cosdci, tlre NATIONAL TOILET CO, Pay, Tam.
moments left to the parting ones; -a- *i ~W;iw t1 s;a
longing to say: '"Only trust to Him DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY,
-Hp knows the innermost motives, C
that have moved you; He knows your CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES
weakness-your struggles and why
these things have been; He will ac- STERLING SILVERWARE,
cept you if you will just ask Him. ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
That is all-if you are sincere, that
you need to do or to know. He will CUT GLASSWARE.
make the rest ofthe way plain if you
are in earnest-earnest enough to
really turn to Him for aid, whatever
your dilemma-your fears-your sins." SngrVng mS& Fnl Otftfon ry.
PICNIC AT ELECTRIC PARK.
In a jolly crowd of young people who
enjoyed a day's outing at EOleiric Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention,
IPark recently were: Misses Inga
Torkelsen, Joahanna Christophersen,
Loutse and Katie Graham, Claudia _a J e '
O'Npal, Pona Muna, Oril May Wil- K. O. Zadek Jewelry Co
Siamp, Christina Torkelsen; Messrs. ..
Harry Jeannette, John and Jim Gra- MOBILE, ALA,
ham, John Stinson, Fordham annr Reu- C *: , "; e ".i t-xi : s
ben Van Alst, Thomas McCullugh.
Oscar Crona, Max Rupert, Jimmie
Smith, Le6n Oriith, Gordon Hi.1ll,
Hugh -Hatton, Flavian Mann, DooIey
O'onner, John Mitchell, Mr. Smith,
GeoM ge ~mry, Edgar Day and Oliver .. V
Williams, chaperoned by Mrs. J. 0. MAIN OFFICA. BRANCHE
Seely and Mrs. O. J. Munn. Ja con ll lo-,aa C"
Excuslon To-day. Jacksonville, Florida w anh. amN Peae
Don't forget the Bay Excursion to PAID CAPITAL, $5000 00
day'on the Tug Monarch. Regular v
houms. The Consoldated Grocery Cumpany i successor to the C. B. obeem
Company, of Jacksonville; the lord a Grocery Compaya, of Jacsksoayl
the grocery branch of the Florida Naval Stores and Commisson Conmum
A asinrt laa Ouebold Pet.
Bruildans train a snake called the
gibla as a rat catcher. It is fifteen
feet lon is harmless to the human
being. becomes quite a household pet,
is lazy lb the daytime, but at night
roamIs abut the house in quest of Its
prey--rat. These animals it promptly
kills by ,tWsoting thdir necks. When
Bra illanu bha to paps from room to
room in the dark they first put on their
sl ,ppe. t would not be pleasant to
plat one's bare feet on a cold slimy
snafe dt that ase.
Weak a w nm nature.
Ftom itolay selectlonm from Marcus
Aunilt 1s e choose this as showing his
"kee Insllt Into this weak human na-
tur of *u:. "I have often wondered
boAit Ii4bat eeery man loves himself
movi tbaAal the rest of men, but yet
etb less value so his own opinion of
hlWa ulf a on the opinion of others."
"4ut," object tbe heiress. "I have
bee a=.m.ed to every luxury."
"lhat'.altl q .e more reason why you
shoh d marry mp," replied the impe-
cuU s'suitor. "I'm a luxury my*
sel"-PFdadhl a BRecord.
A". QiOVWl--Tognmy, did you give
o Ilt tqtrothtbe best part of that
apj, as I -told you? Tommy Q.-
Yeap I ave him th' seeds. He can
'eaim bar a whole orchard.-
Tir*v1n a fany; to make hap
py,^.ta ^. ~be auty.-Stee I.
of Jacksonville; the grocery branch t the Mutual Naval 8tore CompaiI
Jacksonville; the grocery bpnch of t he Gulf Naval Stores C~mpany o
Tampa; ae grocery branch of thte 0 Naval Stores Copany, o Petacub
the grocery branch of the Weit Coa t Naval stores Company of Pea- i
the grocery branch of the bother Na val Store Compmay, of ~rama~
WIll handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceres, Grain Domtet
and Imported Groceries, Tuwpentlne Tool, etc. State Agents for the S
Hickory Turpentine Wagon.
C. M. COVINGTON
ILook Through Any PolicyCi
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That Our Store was Crowded all of Yeslerday. It was a Liberal and Enthusiastic Response to Our Great Semi-Annual
Phenomenal Values as we are now offering in Needful Footwear only occurs at this store.
COLD TYPE DOES SCANT JUSTICE TO THESE BARGAINS.
L4:M 7 E]
we issue and you won't find a
single clause you can object to.
Some companies insert clauses
in their policies not favorable
to the insured. "An open book.
Isn't clearer than every clause
Anyone can understand them
r 7 and they insure or protect as
L. J i they agree to. If we write you
I- mnsrance, you'll be absolutely
McDVAI ItiYR. COMPANY;
*AQ EMI NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
7 SOUTH PIiLAFOX STREET..PHONE 70&
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With the Money-Makers
Advertising in Germany, petition.
Any on doi.i business in Germany, It pr-oviies in the first plo~te, that
a6ys the B itish and Colonial Printr. any falsehood In an advertisemennt con-
$tts tD be vry carrul In the matter of cerning the r.cthod of production,.
-advfttising. as there is a law against ue of supply o- character of the
rating anything that cannot be sub- ware- subjeb':ts the persons making it
tandtl*ted. and the advertiser who to ;. finer c' 7Z..
i des so is liable to be sued for unfair The .preai'nr. of a false rec-p:.n -en
Vmnp tion. B'allked H. Warner, cernirg a co,;ipeitor is punished with
dr.. Amenican oaslHtati ipec. gives a ,inHar ifne o: imprisounien for one
.a :anskatcon of this law'of unfair eom- year. and any deception as to quality
In these days o fever excitement it is
come what may.
~b~r y TM RED ILOCoM
~k~mLd I 94Il~l~s d ty~r~ Pensacola
a fine of 7 10.. veloped hears and offets to sell .them, In a busy town like yours, perhaps)
* delivery to be made when -they stop I ow a man a hill
The Fur Will Fly. l i~ating.--Fourth Est e. "
Tn -shr G wr Brown Haware .-Estate. There are half a million other chaps
*s t.erta;nlf making the proverbial fur', Ad one of him, but still
fl. The hahbt uing hole an Public is Intereted. He seems to spread o'er every street
half pages of Ias. is the best Index of Who is it in Pensacola that is not For as about I go
any firm's proere.siv-eness. If skep- catching wita inters-t 'the advertise I never, never fail to meet
tics .:ill exist, let them watch the re- it. of the Hootmn's Pbarmacy? Slow-
sllts juii~ tor a little while-just a Ut-;ly, biu surely the people are realizing The fellow that I owe.
tle while, that advertising is tie force which
b-ings business success. I have relations in this place,
Was a Big Success. And as I wander out
The BoSton Shoe Store'. bi sale was I isomwetwimes meet one face to face,
T heg roos-i.oe Store and most suc"They Cut Them Deep."I Say once a week. about.
u, ssiful iale in the firm's history. "When we cu, prices-we cut them Once in a while I .top to greet
* deen." is a sort of motto to the Meyer A friend or two I know:
Curioisity !n a Classified Ad. !Slice Co. Th:., firm is having a big But, sakes alive. I always meet
A curiosity in the way of a classifle shoe sale and the motto holds good. The fellow that I owe.
advertisements was inserted in a New;See for yourstif -Loouisville Courier-Journal.
well to keep your stomach in good condition and be on
Nothing can accomplish these results better than
tWpen' the td P4 XuLdt
the sate side
alredy, acquire it at on'%.
It's the one good habit everybody can and
S3104343 L 8IL Street, J lcsoil, 1..
Vmp, 1' *rtoy su-ppoid by ConsolidatedCity 'Co.. Tanaw.m
HOW CROCODILES ARE
CAPTURED IN FLORIDA.
(Continued from Ninth Page )
THE ESSENCE OF
earth's surface, and in this retreat his LlrC
"dileship" feels secure. However, h!s
, rernie, first go to the mouth of hi.i
cave and secretly fasten it ui will
boards and planks brought a:'ne for
,hat purpose. Next the underbrush is T BLOOD
partial cleared away and .ounin THE L D
are made to ascertain and locate 'h-i
cave. Then b:ccks and tack: a'
ljroulht. and s-: up, fasened FersIr.y Is :b vr. -:.e f .,, K -
to an aijacent tree, and then all boing bool hai-h nd 'he ,.-, ore.
in readint:ss, a krole about ten inc.ts :.. e .-" T-e way wh ,
lqur'e is dug down so as to stri .e th e blood i :o be kpt ; re
rve andJ through this hole is : .a: : y rada a'.:~ --
r:,e rope with a slip-noose at the ten ,. -o, but by kee::
*,) it wfich noose so hangs thar when 0'".- d or- by ke- up)re e .*
the crocodile passes along his ca ica an -h. : 0 -o a C -
*,.il! ca .h him arouni.1 the neck. and a a r -n .is-ace :o -
S;,arp stick is then shoved down and aa'..r --- ara!st :he po- ":
the animal, receiving tue prod. run,. t a 'miatered t- .;
a;oun the cave &.nl rihr !ino the tra; e.-r a:.sn -. Ae doe Dota-. :
,.et for him. In-me.,iately the n.,n '.,d of "--,*" > "-s aa-I
hauls aay- on Li blocks and ta.'k:, ,r. Do no- put powerful 'du .a
an4 his bead, secured in the noose, is Iytr stomach.
haled up in the hole, which is not
large enough to permit his body t.-
pass through. The end of his nno"
is pulled through, however, in oni'g L f
of the terrific struggles of the -air a
and securely tred with ropes. Then
the hole is enlarged and his heal. neck
and fo,-efeet are pulled through and w 9
securely fasteacd and two stour -can:-
lings are now .rawn along each s-i. '
Sof him ?.nd to these he Is sec..- rel. ,t, tid~ney C ure
or wrappedi by numerous turn- of ::y
i 'cut rope, great care being taken to
hold him down in the hole un:ii all,
'hat is ou-side is securely fastened. 'he discovery of Rev. H. 7 .', y.
Now he is drawn out slowly and slw- will be found the best r. -r
1'- wrapped to his scantlings, un:i at oTf"red to relwee constipa- a- l
last the dreadful, tail is secrel lah1- the forms at Liver and K:2,: *
d to two ?sout canutillas and h.ir dile- If -our liver as r! ht you .r. -f
ship is a kelpless prisoner. If he er from indi otheron. jaunb.- i.
c: uld but 4et his tail ko*e for wi. f'er and mdisad later. o ar.a
iminpues. rhouih. things would be dif- -'om diseaed liver.
fei ent, for at a single blw he can kWI
a man, and he knows how to use it
wNh a speed and skill that bring fear- Louis Saks, of Birmnzhain"a-
fui results, anJ on this ecoount his ihe largest c:othier in *be -;. s
captors take n- chances. He is now "Your Long L;fP Liver and iK.-
a hPipless captive and laid away in the Cure Is rightly ca!.ed LoLxI I a -
bottom of the boat ready to be trans- is a medicine of great mer:.
ported to his future horne in some
Museum, where he is looked and won-
i ered at by thousans, and where by
being so c!ohely ola ted and overf.f,
Il'Pe(mes to a certail extent. lazy,!
istipii and fat. He is not, howt-ver. For Sale by
i near so stupid as h knlts and should
be take a notion af show you some
wonderful asges in te way of jump.
ing diving and swtming.H ann h
Winte- visitors are often invite-i to
go out and see a erocodilo captured
but they certainly should know that allLET US FURNISH
4ue preparatiora had previtosly been' YOUR
made. and the crocodile duly anchorpd i
at thbeplace whoereae wsto beE apC R EAM
ured before, the *t started. Also
that the "die" after being so anchor
ed, was prelePv4 lo ea a way that he. kING LP
wxuld in no manner KMepe, and that
the m .al g&Y.tio. 0 ..O h on by th r Fatw y
valiant unte~ro, ware emly sntics'cut
up"' jut to plesr a ea lte the en-
thosam oftle d Stl O tourist PHONE No. 110.
"You =n uble aeiftite peo e Corner arrago sa and Tarragena SO
Msoe O the atime." aL Lm eala Uke CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
tobe- b mb QUANTITY.
UMA-BRELLAaa 6A sA i81.14ItUMERWLLAS!
UMBRELLAS I UMBRELLAS!
A GREAT SALE OF UMBRELLAS
HAS BEGUN AT THE BIG STORE.
Our Buyer, while in New York, purchased an immense stock of Umbrellas at less than manufacturer's cost These goods were madv
by a strictly first-class house, on the most approved patterns, and are values such as
have never been offered in this city before.
200 good, serviceable Children's Umbrellas, 50c valu, at 19c 75 Extra Fine Silk Gloria Umbrellas, imported frames and
165 good quality Sateen Umbrellas, Paragon frame, $ value, handles, a $2.50 value, at $1.89.
at 69c 50 elegant Silk Umbrellas with finest selected sandal wood
275 Extra-Fine Cotton Gloria and imported Byzantine Cloth handles, a $3.00 and $3.50 value, at $2.65.
I' Umbrellas, Paragon frame; also patent self-closing, a One lot imp. Silk Umbrellas, $4 and $4.50 values, $3.29.
$1.50 and $1.75 value, at $1.19. 25 finest quality imp. Silk Twilled Umbrellas, genuine buck-
150 Fine Silk Gloria Umbrellas, Paragon frame, elegant horn and boxwood handles, finest imported frames, $5,
selection of handles, a $2 value at $1.49, $5.50 and $6 values, at $4.19.
I OcOc-C:E EAF.RLY A.ND IESr rIrE EIcxEJ 3
YOURS FOR BUSINESS,
WILLIAM JOHNSON & SON
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