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Title: The Pensacola journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1905
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Latest Telegraphic News Service--Foregn and Mesti


ciuished by The Associated Press.-
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EATHER% Showers Tuesday; Wcd
nesday partly cloudy, light south
winds.


ieuau JoaunluaL


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VOL. VIII.


NO. 190


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1905.


fI-
THE JOURNAL'S Wat Ad. p
ir alwy read by acarly all
people


PRICE 5 CENTS


RUSSIA BELIEVES


PEACE IS NEAR


R*O Zgum ucuser in-
flaon d ft bomM 15


INDEMNITY MATTER


Has em Param t i m Dis-
uss.i at St Petershuw.

pEACE NECESSARY TO BOTH
THE COMBATANTS ALTHOUGH
NEITHER IS FINANCIALLY EX-
HAUSTED-RUSSIAN AND JAPA-
NESE ENVOYS, EXCEPT M.
WITTE. SAIL FOR PORTSMOUTH.


which he pays high tribute to some
of the Russian officers participation
By Associated e In the battle on the sea of Japan. His
... .- ...: -Aug. 7.--The eve of statement foluows:
S important negotia- "There were several Rus ian ofnl
:.h tIsees increasing!cers whose conduct in the recent, la-
,,iiliy of peace.itle deserves to be held high as a
/.: ..' !;.vr continuance of model and example for all naval offi-
S bc ,, war necessary to worthy was the conduct of Captain
r ,. .,vrnmn.-t to grant de- Rodionoff, commander of the Nakhlm
:-.:...... *trin,, off. His gallantry is as praiseworthy
S7:.*,-' ,n ,f T~he re:enion of the as that of Commander Hirose. During
.,:,,: -ilkhalin l.as dropped out of and first day of the battle the Nakhim-
u :.-. ,-~-io and the matter of in- off was exposed to the tire of our ma-
.,' ha- lcau plariamiouun. rine squsaron and sustained serious
Sda-mage. During the night she was made
WRTTE ARRIVES the object of severe torpedo attacks
AT PORTSMOUTH. a d finally completely disabled, drifted
kwe to Tluhima. The vessel was
-rswrmuth. N H.. Aug 7 -Sergius sinking and Captain Riodanoff sent
~. Ill ntr mnsix *,r *,: :he Russian seventy of the crew to land at Tsu
So., Mission, arrived at Iortsmouth shima, remaining aboard himself with
S-'(i tonight. ;his chief navigator. When the Jape-
n-se approached the sinking vessel
PEACE IS NECESSARY hey asked the captain to leave the
TO BOTH COMBATANTS.C vessel, and he refused. The Japanse
--- boarded the vessel and endeavored to
RBrlin. Aug. 7.-The doubts existing drag him into a bat, but he resisted.
d andn ad other capitals over the The shb was listing badly and threat-
c.;, ,;.. for peace exist here, but in ene.a momentarily to plunge into the
i- .-- form. ThC' prevailing opin- sea. The Japanese mere forced to
.: either Russia nor Japan: draw off and the captain went below
: ..- -.. near the exhaustion o: to meet his death. Suddenly the ship:
T S..' 'pi ,,,d bIh reluctant to with- gallant officer was drowned But can interview in full operation.
<-. ".,:.. negotiations once the. providence willed otherwise. We
: i:,u; attaining peace, found the captain and navigator float-
N H.. a place ur. ing in the water locked in each other's
S r -;. even unmarke, on somr, arms. They had embraced at what
S"*, : n i,. common use. has sid they thought was the moment of death
S ... 'ht spot on which the and were partly unconsicous when we
f" *; t' Le diplomats of tht- rescued them."
S ::\ d There was a dramatic scene when
the Monomach went down. The Sado-
DOLPHIN AND MAYFLOWER Maur. which survived the remarkable
SAIL FOR PORTSMOUTH. experience with the Vladivostok
-- squadron which the Hitachi Maru wasI
Nor'w, K-R L .. Ai "7.-The yachh- sunk came upon some of the crew of
S. :..:.!. M:r'.1'.,r. with c%~nvo.\- he Monomach and rescued them.
S :a and Japanest Among them 'was an engine officer
C ::.:: ..-' ... : Il',-.-moulth. sailed. who died. and the officers of the Sado
*, .:.:,,r a a mn w;:h lth Maru gave him a military funeral
S:. whi i. trm the deck. Later the Sado picked
.. ,, a ':-:i .-t p:gh'. up the Monomach and getting a line
t :!.. H sa:. andl ., her en i'eavored to tow her to Thousands of Hebrews on
L ;i:'.- % -. ,,.,arl hil:r r Tsushima. The Mononiach was leak-,
S .- ..T.. ; :,, f.,- wl:ii hu,.-u. ing badly and the attempt to tow her York's East Side Are Aire
S* .:.-'. l i- sound .'- vas a failure. Suddenly there was a
t, a'.: , :. i, : ai-vy h' .zreat explosion aboard the Monomach uffrn
S- v,- ;:.. wa and she Ib.gan to settle in the water. Suffe .
S :: c. : Seeing that she was going down Cap-
c :., .: i.i:..: ;i !ain Kayania ordered the men of the By Associated Press.
-' '..- ". Sado Maru to line the decks and New York. Aug. 7.-With thoi
-- cailinz the huglers, directed them to of Hebrews out of bread on the
SER.. IS W1TTE STOPS sound taps. It was a pretty tribute to Si::; owing to a strike of "K
OVER IN BOSTON' .he ship which had been gallantly journeymen bakers, much troul
fought and to the men who gave up expected by the police in the di
S\ 7 \\' ;1-. their lives in her. affected. Reserves patrolled
: : trees all ni';gh to preserve ord
S. wh" PRUN great effort will be made to-day
S .: .' : w: a N wr Rurneymen :o ring about a
: .: .- Upar- bread lanine in tht hope tha
: "i, H.,' Tr.;:, i :: hi. DOWNI BY AUTO will win the strike.
;, T. h'ir f his d- The strikers he!d a meeting
S N i::;:-l'.ir had not Anight and said that they were
*:? By Associated Press. -n:ined to remain out of emplc
d\:" d n' .av, his room New Yory. Aug. 7.-Anthony Reiff, until a ten-hour work day is g
.,: Drae brak- a composer. 70 years of age. was ru They say they are 1.800 stron
r- > -.h tIN- -n.. an.i ii . U.- t-- -;-i. i I l that the bosses < cannot go on w


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....,-.-. ,,,1-- ,u ai.u :-. (0owotn and tatnily nutn ia ulna It "
M Wi ':,,i. de~i,hld tI) Harlem by an automobile. whic'i
..:'inT'.,!l r. aiowv he ci;y, careened upon the sidewalk as it turn
n \tre a ordngly given ed a corner. The chauffe-ir was chas-
*e' ( ;~ia a: the disposal l ed some distance by a boy mounted
S- r :on a bicyvie. He was caught on:
- -ak:a' .M W;i,'nki.n state i .nterng the gaage.
.ay the squadron, Scores o persons who bad seen the
her p'e*'n:pentiar:-." accident r nhed to where the old com-
S'..:r rearin Portsmou:h I ~.ser lay uncorncJoas. The automo-
r- Til-day nrninp. ~. tM ist was arrested. but no one ap-
.-... ., -,'icz the oppor- waredd to mal", a complaint and he
S:,: a .ay s postponment was set at liberty.
* -,r.( '",' see more of the
S"- l, ,ston and Canm
,- pa-a :cuiarly anxious. ing. A tenTative plan has been made.
.ai.. :o visit Harvard therefore, providing for the automobile
H ink-tr Hill monument tour of Boston and Cambridge this
:, ,'i-s;,i. Magnolia. the fcrenoin and for a trip to Marnolia
'* --o- where Baron Rosen, after luncheon, returning to Boston in
L.: .assador to the United time to take an evening train for
..aage of M. Witte as Portsmouth. which is but two hours*
*:.:.ary. has been stay- ride by express from this city.


Spirit of Liberality in

Russian Assembly Project


i. Associated Preae. the sessions at PeterIsho was con-
Srg. Aug. 7.-The previ-. armed to-day L n a tvt'Ow with a
v. -o hAt the d. pr Russian stateamla rWhb hto l part
"on that the disenssaom in the deliberations af who has been
': e "or a National Assen- familiar with the evolution assembly
Scoonducted in a spirtt of, dea since the tosac t te Uipe
d broad-mindedness at ral receipt a Mrch


Coming Visit of the Shah of Persia


MARINE HOSPITAL

SERVICE IN CONTROL


FIVE' DAYS AND


CRISIS WILL


BE DUE


Prominent Louisianan in New
York Talks of Fever Situa-
tion in New Oreans.


pays that promised visit to us he will have a chance to


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*, BIG STEAMSHIP i
PIERS BURNING
---- -
S By Associated Press.
- New York, Aug. 7.-The -
' North Gern.an Lloyj piers in -"
~> Hoboken are burning. Two -
c; iarge ships with their upper
* decks on flre have been toweld D
* from the docks and are floating -:
' up stream. The water front for 4
.' miles is lighted by the blaze.
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d BASEBALL


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August 7
By Associated Press.


mUu



usmnds
e Ea.,t
o:.her"
ble is
district
the
er. A
by the
real
it this
Last
deter-
>yment
ranted.
ig and
without


them. The bosses, however, sky they
will soon have enough non-union ba-,
kers if they can depend on the police
protection.
The strikers last night appointed a
committee to wait on Acting Mayor
Fornes to a-ay and demand police pro-
tection. They said the police on Sat-
urday night had clubbe.l many of their
number. The police sev the strike
is hard to hai.,;'e as the people sym-
pathize with the strikers and assaults
on non-union men are numerous.
FATHER OF INVENTOR


Southern League.
Atlan'a 11. Montgomery 3.
Memphis 1. Shreveport 4.
Bi mingham 4, Nashville 0, (First
Game.)
Birmingham 2, Nashville 5, (Second
Game.)
New Orleans 8, Little Rock 0.


South Atlantic League.
Jacksonville 2. Agusta 0.
Savannah 2, Columbia 7.
Caarleston 7. Macon 5.
American League.
Washington 4. Chicago 7.
Philadelphia 3, Detroit 9.
New York It St. louis 4.
Boson 4, Cleveland 3.


National League.
Pittsburg 0. Bfcton 3, (First Game.)
Pi,:sburg 3. !koston 2, (Second
Game.)
Chicago 4. New York 0
Cincinnati 13. P:lilalelphia 7.
St. Louis-Bioklyn. rain.

EXCURSION BOAT
SANK WITH 180


OF TELEPHONE DEAD. Dy Associated Press.
SIndianapolis. Ind.. Anu. 7.-The ex-
by Associated PreL. cursion boat Sunshine sank this after-
WaMhington, Aug. 7.-Alexander M. roon at Broad Ripple Pa-k. ten miles
Bell, father of Alexander Graham Bell, from this city, with 180 persons
died to-day aged eighty-six years, of aboard, all of whom wetr., men except
pneumonia following an operation forj one woman who was res-ued by a
diabetes last Tuesday. The interment launch. No one w.as drowned. but sev-
will take place here on Wednesday. eral were injured in the panic.


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observe the g.cat Ameri-


OYAMA DECLARES


WAR IS ABOUT


OVER


And Chinese Will Soon Be Able to
Resume Agricultural
Pursuits.
By Associated Press.
Lidapudze, Manchuria, Aug. 7.-It is
reported he:-e that field Marshal
Oyama declared recently that the war
would soon be over and the Chinese
soon be able to devote themselves to
agricultural pur.-uits.
The Russians have adopted precau-
tionary measures to prevent the com-
munication of cholera from the Japan-
ese army.
Fortifying the Amur.
Tokio, Au;. 7.-The Russians are
reported to hb vigorously fortifying
the mouth of the Amur river and a
mixed division has been sent to
Nicholaietfsk to reinforce the garri-
sons. It is understood the channels
approaching the river have been
mined.

fRENCH FLEET
REACHES COWS
By Associated Press.
Cowles. 'se:of WVghb:, A g;. 7.-The
Fr. nch fleet, ccns'3tlng of eighteen
battleships, cruisers and torpedo boat
l-.stroyers, under the command ol
Vi:e-Adinlral Calllard. dropped anchr
iJ1 the sound to-fay to stay a week as
restsss of lin. Edward and the British
A heavy dogwpour -of rain through
out the morntnsg drenched the deco'
;irions ashore end-aflcat. and. shroud
c!1 in a heavy ne:At, the great gatiering
cf yachts and British wa-ships col
Si,--te.l to welcome the visitors.


EVERY FEW DAYS


in this ity some family move into a new home
cured directly through reading The Joumr4 40nt Ad&.


Scientific Fight Against New Or.
leans Scourge Takes on
New Life.


HOPE FOR SUCCEEDS


Expert Physicians and Army of
Workers inthe Field.

SHIFTING OF AUTHORITY TO THB
FEDERAL OFFICIALS WILL BE
COMPLETED TO-DAY-YESTER.


HIGH PRAISE FOR


THE RUSSIAN


OFFICERS


Gallant Conduct Ding Terific
Eg -ent in the Sea
of Japan.

By Associated Press
1'oklo. Aug. 7.-An officer of the na-
va staff has madi a statement in


JV t .L^O <^ V t.,,. C Z VI irj^ r.r Jur.,lr vr,
American Interests In China.

By Associated Press. practically entirely to the case of the
Oyster Bay, Aug. 7.-J. Pierpont Hankow railroad In China, a otalr-
SMorgan, of New York, had a con- Ing Interest in which is owned by. J.
ference with President HRooevelt last- Plerpont Morgan & Company. Ja~idmr.
ing an hour and a half to-day. The ally and as relating to lnterest bsa
Spreldeat Bimaelf s authority for the by Americms in Chinas pntdlg i
sbtatemaiet tht the cos=tii laU te0 d Begotiatlolo
-' -- . .s


By Associated Press. DAY'S RECORD SHOWS TH)RTY-
New York, Aug. 7.-According to
Brigadier General Perrlatt, chief of TWO NEW OASES AND EIGHT
ordnance of Louisiana, it will be five
'aye before New Orleans wil al ce a DEATHS.
crIsis in the yellow fever situation.
General Perrilatt arrived here from
the south last night. By Aesociate-P a
"New Orleans is suffering more -;1S /gbl ak !
from commercial anxiety," sad he, ,*
"but residents feel that the health offl- r New Orleans, Aug. 'l-W *
c:als and va(lous committees, aided lowing is the oftla report o~
by the federal authorities, will cope to 6 o'clock to-night:
with the fever. In the meantime busel- New cases 32; total cases to
ness in that section of the state is still date 565.
at a standstill. Deaths to-day 8; total deaths
"Unfair discrimination is being made to-date 113.
against Louis:ana by otber states, and N New sub-foci 4; total isb-*
her commercial interests are salering lfoci to date 97.
in consequence.
"The city is opposed to the parishes jM**W*A ,-x ----,-
and the parishes are arrayed against
one another with the 'hotgun' quaran- New Orleans, Aug. 7.-With the M&.
tines. o rine Hos.lital Service under the au-
"The mosquito which carries the o
disease breeds in clean stagnant wa- tbority of President Roosevelt, in tom-
ter. New York is safe, I am sure. By plete control, the salentific fight to
this time New Orleans is protected. eradicate the yellow fever from New
"The exodus frm New Orleans is Orleas before frot took fresh le to-
a little more than is usual at this day. With mple fds, the best aval-
time of the yea, and while commercial day. With mple fds, the bet av
interests are paralyzed now, I think able medical attendants and an army of
that the situation will clear within willing workers at hde back, Dr. J. H.
two weeks. We will stamp out the White, the surgon in charge, hopes
disease." for a succeatl termination of the
Sir patrick Manson, K. C. M. G., for of t
medical advisor to the British colonial struggle.
office, who is here on hisl way to San DIring the day Surgec White eo
rianmeao declares that mosqaitoes eeilyeve or orders from Surgeon
are among the greatest curses of-ine. (Lnefl Wyman, afylaWhim that the
kind.
"We are yet in the infancy." he said federal government had decided to as-
"of t'ie discovery of the transmission sume the task of taking control of the
oi such disease by Insects, but in the sltuaLion, and Immediately visiting the
matter of yellow fever infection, all state and city boa of heah, he
credit should 1) given to the Yankees state and cty boards of health, he
who went ahead of our eminent men given communicated the news to President.
who went ahead of otur eminent men
and demonstrated that the stegomyla Souchon and Kohnke and arranged for
was the vehicle that caused all the a transfer of the work. Both pledged
trouble. bhe assistance of themselves and the
"If there is not, there should be a fes e them to D. Whte
law in every state making it a criminal forces under them to Dr. Whe in his
offensee to a high degree to fail to report undertaking. Dr. Whitesald the traufer
immediately the prevalence of a case details would be gradual so that there
of yellow fever. The slightest at- might be no interruption of the wort
attempt at concealment by a physician now in progress. The shifting of ai
should be followed by summary pun- o epeted to be compiled te
ishment." tort expected to be compete
morrow.
It will probably never be possible
MAIL SERVICE to estate the losses which New Or.
IVleans has suffered in a financtil 'Fw
through a diversion of business.
IS CRIPPLED An incident cut of the ordinary wa
in the case of Emile Lopez, a boy whrl
y Asoiatd Prdied from fever. After his death had
Washington, Aug. 7.-The postofice been reported e health official gav
Srepartment has been advised that on permison the body 24 h A
Account of yellow fever no passenger Wmother thought she detected iga of
Strains are running through between Phsanes thoe caded, but g o
New Orleans an i Houston, thus disoon- life. Physiians were caned, but e
Stnuing all Smothern Pacific through forts made to revive b m parsa uO
service. Instructions have been issued availing and the boy was finally
to divert all Tcxas and Mexican malls bounced dead end was burolw
heretofore going over southern lines d The moderate number of ew case
via New Orlehns and send them via and the market decreg Ite pa t n ree
St. Louls to MIomphis. her of new foci daring te pstthe
days has given tund Lot hope that
the progress of the moseihi ll4swer h
FORTY THOUSANID rally been checked. As a mater of
r (act, thorough inspeclan. ftAlgation
aA aRnd x f eand di.tnfetion of Me orignal ftcus
DJAP PRISONERSwof infection began to tel four days
I I Inago and the continued ~av,,.,eat is
- By Associated Press. regartle' as a most encouraging
n "oko. Aug. 7.-The P:.r!nsition f f' Surge' n White, of the Marine Hoa
the (orvicts of cnkhalin island is now pital Service. eain eds a o d qi th
under contideCrtion. They will prob-i ,cal situation t),liy and m tere hio
ably be taken tC the Russian coastcloser relnrlo-. fle the state bow,
and will there he transferred to the, but no radical eange has yet beea
Ru:4iani authorities. Under a pre-ar- made nor wil e made. As be sated
ranu.ement, the Rusisan prisoners of r' early. his methods will semtly be
war on the lsaoad, forty thousand in them put inar o m et an- pe rfe on of the
all, are being transported to Japan. t n effect by local
e THE LATIN-AMERICAN
n, SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS.;CHAPPELLE WILL PASS
t ,THE CRISIS T-OAV.,
f By As ociated Press. i
r NeX YoVk. Aug. 7.--The Latin Amer.t NC'; Or1lan1. Aug. 7.-Archbhlep
stran scientific congress wa.; inal.z-. (ha:l3W'. is reported as doing we
h ited Sui.lay with the ,1e'tndance of t ,r;ilt. le will paks the crisis to
rhe presl Int. mzvs aHler~ali dispatch r.:orrow. He ricelved a telegram fri
I ;om Rio V I- .!:;riro. M,'ht,ers of the tl papal sectar'y of state at jms
; :~r'idenT'. cs:,ict and r.an'v 9.-'mi- t,;-.iay in which the pope seit a ble~
ncnr Iatin-Americans wnrer. pr.o, r. ~ i, and wishedl him speedy recovery.

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They Seth jump- t-

Helen-Did she
mp at your pro-
poral of marriage?
Jack-Yes, and *,
her father made
me jump too.


Called Down.
STenor (sinr.y
passionately.
Rise. my soul. a.
Stretch thy nA mr
< Small Boy ,,
Srear) -Rubbe,.*
< rubber!
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TYRANNY.


TAKING NO CHANCES.


- -- I

"I shall be delighted to play one of my latest pieces, dear Miss Ethel. But
may I beg an especial favor-that you will reserve your judgment? I am ab
sensitive and am always overwhelmed by great praise."


leatrice-I think we might as well
rt(aik off our engagement.
l arold-W-hy?
l ;., t riceD-Bcause you just say
'Why" In such a cold blooded way.


THINKING.
"A drop of ink makes millions think;"
They're numerous no longer
Who think they cannot think without
A drop of something stronger.


Mr. Stick: "Hello, old fellow, you are looking seedy!"
Mr. Umbrella: "Yes. I got run over by an auto which broke four ribs."


A CANDID AVOWAL.


What Puzzled
Him.
The Comedian
(on the defensive)
-Hut you know
thbre are only sev-
en real jokes In
tlhe world, it is
said.
The Soubrette-
I know. What
puzzles me is that
you have never
happened upon
any of them.

Economy.
"Why do you
smoke so con-
st.ntly? It's not
only harmful, but
extravagant."
"Oh. n extrav.'rant. You
see. 1 ave match-
e.s by fighting each
frt';-h i;ar from
thli' stu'J;p of the
(ne heofre."

Family Pride.
"lI'm! She need
not le so stuck
up. H"r father is
only a (!'i'i-t."
"I know, iut he
is said to I.e very
pruwl of his cx-
tractic;."

Far B tter.
Aly (: iC-hing)-
I e: ;i;a>, t exist
vwitlhout her.
RI.ggie -.'ell.
wa;hat's th. matter!
vwitli ivini '.

A Frequent Fault.
"Thir. is on111
one crit icisl 1
would nlrik' of
you'. Ino've]l.
"Whal is that?"
"It isn't novel."


Innocuous.


Ik-s Gotrocks: "Did my diamonds call forth any comment at the reception
last night?"
Mrs. Meanly: "Yes, indeed. I heard several people refer to you as the hu-
man chandelier."

ONE OF THE BUSINESS TROUBLES REASON FOR IT.
"Every man has his limitations." "But the gown doesn't fit," insisted
"Y(-. but even after he reaches them the patron.
he keeps on thinking his salary ought "That," replied the modiste calmly,
to be raised Just the same." '"is because you are not made right."


IN HARD LUCK.
7" made a dreadful mistake last
night."
"What was It r'
"I went to buy my wife a diamond
ring. but the Jewelry shop had moved,
und I stumbled into a church bazaar."


"I hear he's a
great knocker. I.
he"'
"Oh. no. He':
pe:-f'c(tly innoiu-
ous."

Fat and Lean.
"Do you lIke fa:
girls?"
"Well. I rather
lean that w:y."


THE NERVOUSNESS OF GENIUS.


Gladys: "Woc
Eleanor: "No
think less of him


uld


you marry a man for money?"


D, I wouldn't marry a man for money, but neither would I
because of his having money."


Like and Unlike.
"Whenever a wo-
man becomes un-
reasonable it's at-
tributed to her
nervs. Isn't that
singular?"
"Yes, but the
unreasonable ness
of a man is attrib-
uted to his nerve.
and that's still
more singular."

Discouraging Dis-
covery.
"I understand
she loved him at
first."
"Yes, that was
before."
"Hlfore what?"
"Before she
found out that she
had mistaken him
for his rich cous-
in."

None Ever Lost
"People will find
Faultt"
"It see:ns Inher-
ent in human pa-
ture."
"The surprising
part is so much
fault is found
whon so few setm
to lo-e any of their
faults."

Not His Heart.
"The d(lctor tells
Arrhic Pneer h.-
h.ts the tobacco
h-airt."
'I don't believe
it. He never gave
-nylhody a. cigar in
his life."

Important to
Know.
She The for-
tune teller sa;ys I
..::all mLarry mon-

He-oo(il Ol:id
het say h to) m:ile it?

Gave It No
Chanc=.
"C'ulonel. (:i 1 you
.'.Ou ev\(r kno
whlisky to fri'e.e'"
"I n.v--vr ga.ve it
.1 ci;hI(ce, sir." re-
pilel the colonel.


A MILD INSINUATION.

jay h;ing arMund herv for when h(
SkIo,.< I don't want him to?
-- i::hter--lrec;use, jalpa, he likes tc
he with the person who does want him
SAIto.

MAN OF HIS WORD.


SELF ADJUSTED.
Chide not the man who talks too
But let him have his way.
His own endeavors will achieve
What he deserves some day.


much,


"Miss Singer says there w nnt
in the last bouquet she re-i.-i Over
the footlights."
"Oh, yes. The manager .-
word that she would have t, i.
her own flowers in the futur-, .
was tired of doing it."


HER APPROVAL


perfO t fool.


DUPLICATES AVOIDED. TIRED ALL ROUND.
He-This is the third letter of refusal "Don't you ever get wear., f r:-.
I iiave received from you. down people on your autom',t':';
SSh---Wliht are you complaining of? "Naturally. Why, even ::.j '-i
No two of them are alike, tired."


.ITENESS. NOT GUILTY.
Algy-ou-aw---don't take .-
S. one of those-aw-beastly ,-.:.'


Wife-Or daughter is twenty, and
she ought to be married.
Hubby-Oh. she has plenty of time.
Let her wait till the right sort of man
cones along.
Wife-Not at all. I didn't wait for
the right sert of man!


The Bar: "Say, Mr. Dauber, dkt you want a geed moWelr'
Thi Artist c-e-I -met s-say tiht -I-4-I d-dat.M ,--


Physician-Why don't you settle that
account I have against you? You said
when I was treating you that you could
never repay me for my efforts.
Mr. Broke-And I meant it

NOT AT ALL COMMON.
"I should think the Spink girls would
feel their disgrace. Their father has
been proved a common thief."
"Nothln of the sort. Why, bh.ap-
propriated nearly a quartet of a mll-
iUm!' 16


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Miss Clever (disheveled after one tum rwM4e *g m wlYt elemey part-
nor): "fi you mind very momh, Mr. Quiekato, if w aiit ew t o f it?
SMr. Quiekstep: "Just a you l ih misW r e'at t r ywr pleasre."

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SHE DIDN'T MEAN IT.
Penelope-I had an awful time wh'
refused him.
Gladys-How do you mean
Penelope-Why. he took it in a rrt4
and I bad to explain that I di '' t *l5
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Husband: "I did, indeed. I told him he was a fool-e
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JUICE HAIM DIES' AWartorPimple MAYOR BLO ISr. S "

iT( nPII T r _MAY K.le or showU .E
Wben a- rt. mole w pipe show nu ma fIIR l rn I


nl I LII dllUII I


ILLNESS


hD th Cuset from Hydrphobia-
tHe Hal Ben III Only a
Short TM.

J Jdge C. R. Hrn. oae of the best
kno and a sb l i popular m&rae engi-
neers of the city, expired Sunday
afternoon after a haort illness. Death
Swas Dronouncedl to hrb dA to hdrowlmnh-


any agn of tenderness it is warning
tht bad blood is behind it. Often these
places are on the face, hands, les or
other put of the body for years, andgive
3o sign to case uneasiness, and twen
with a little rough handling, a slight cut
or bruise will develop into a sore that re-
fuses to heal, and the sufferer finds him-
self afflicted with a cancerous ulcer.
About there years aso a blIfstr eas
on the right aide of my nos. It grow
apdly in spite ofall ort o t bal tt
p the pan wa not very eere at rt,
bu tnoMesd when theo mo beWn to
^ t a y webut the scabvie rm

fthebod ispure, and healthy theseore
nnot exist. So S is the I e blod
O =eiu~orot J1.O. Y. r M tI
Iftbeblood is pure and healthy these mores'
cannot exist. S. S S. is the ideal bloord


PiUtLU lUtltH


ARREST'

Charged With Violating Ordinances
By Having Dynami8t in
His Possess .

Mayor Chas. Bliss was placed
under arrest yesterday afternoon, and
is to appear this morning before Judge
Lanev in the recorder's court for trial


. 0The...y
Quality Store


FORBES


UNDERMUSLIN SPECIAL


AUG. CLEARING SALE
NIGHT GOWNS AND LONG SKIRTS
BEGINNING MONDAY, AUG. 7th, 8 A. M.

AN offering of Celebrated "Home Made" Brand Garments that should interest
every woman who delights in dainty lingerie. For style, quality and workmaoslip
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 cleat them quickly we have not considered their cost, but marked them at
such prices as we know will clear them up,


r r. ce shy of the present d for seerl hours prior to hi purifier. It cleanses the blood of all The charge against the mayor Is for IN
vI poisons and impurities, making it strong
i dath the patient showed signs of hav- and vigorous and able to supplythe body living dynamite in his possesson,
The stye we r no wil n theia dreadful malady, with the strength and nourishment t which is a violation of the city ordl
DC1~F all right -eat seac~m. hecauw ~! Death occurred at the home of the needs. Thee s not ing that acts so dances.
se decided changes in length deceased on at om t promptly as S. S. S., toning up the en- Some days since, when the agitation
of coats do not r place often. aed st tre e system, helping the general health for cleaning up the city and placing It Formerly $1.25.
of coals do not ake place often. where he resided with his mother and andcuring sores in a -more thorough sanitary condition,
sister. While he had been suffering permanently. as commence the mayor with other In our big north window you
with some kind if blood disease for a Do nqt let l et e )ials conferred as to the best means will see these, In .two styles,
number of weeks, his condition ws wart or pimpl of draining Butcher Pen pond in thej Kimona lnd Chemise Yoke, neat.
number of weeks, his condition was develop into a northwestern section of the city. It lB finish In daint ruffles and
not considered at all serious, and It cacerousulcer, was finally deded to sink a pipe into ly finished n dainty ruffles and
w"r not until the latter portion of the MIURELY VEGETABLE. but purify your; tie clay strata, which forms the basin hemstitching, and of the best
past week that he was taken to hisa blood with for the pond, and then explode quality domestic. If you appre-
Sbed from which he as ae o s S. S. S. It is natu re medy, purely large of dynamite at the bottom of ciate a genuine bar
N =bed, froin which be never arose. h vegetable, and while driving -all poiSons i. in the hope that a hole or pasa f' .ain. here it is; for-89
C. C. Goodman. Gee. Amserpre Some weeks ago, "the judge" as hefrom the lood, will build every at might be opened Into the sand be- merly $1.25 now .....
was fami4arly known throughout the fthe system. Book on the blooded lan w and the water this be draine.l
",1ii umuYIV-YYY c oany medical advice desired will be given down through it. LONG SKIRTS.
city, complained of being ill, and final- without charge, to all whowrite. As a consequence the mayor oO eredN
ly decided to g to New Orleans, where As a consequence the mayor o dered
lyE decided to X to New Orleans, where THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. a quantity of dynamni:c, and some of Only a few of I; ese left; were former
CO TT he remained In one f the hospitals this was used yesterdlav in the first 1125, while thvy last..........
CO T AL undergoing treatment, and from all ap. ,.:iempt. Later. whiPI ar. el- trira!"
r"W9 99e9 -P-,-" pear'aces was much improved when O TH AT apparatus was being secured, sc;ne ot
o Florid he returned. SOUTH AT LAN the dynamite was left at the No. B AUu
Judge Ham rwas well known as an H ill Truck house. AU I
.. ...... e.nieer. For years he served as Tlt1Th!s saon became known and John
I n chief engineer of the big Echo, and ILIll O IU RINL Burns, who reside In this section, p r-
R. K. WW when she was old, Ie took a similar ceded to the police station, Where he I Ex-.ra ordirSary offering
S- P position on the Simpson, a which ves- made affidavit against the maoor. and $3.50 Axmiste" Velv
By Associated Pres. designs. See th~m in
sel he later became part owner. Atlt. a. Aug. .-The So Later when the mayor returned to the dei S
aO Gma e Judge Ham was an enthusiastic Elk, Atlantic tennis tourney opened herecity hall from dinner he was arrested These rugs were shipped to us1
S 1 1hk `-SPL t reatIL and when the remaw s were placed at to-day with the largest attendance in he section under which the afito
rest yeterdy i St. John's cemete, t the o amen Frty it mas mae is as follo : "Se- e a proposition from them to accept
the members of that order turned out the history of the tournament and st. ty- tn 215. It shall be uplawMi for any to offe" these unmatchable Rug value
the member nf that order turned out six entries in the singles and sixteen
TERSELY TOLD largenumber teams in the doubles will fight for the merchant, storekeeper or other person advance over $3.00 and $3.50 for ca
iERSELY TOLD. A championship of the South Atlantic to have to keep within the limits of
BIG PICNIC CAR I states. Fourteen matches in the sin the city any dynamite, nitroglycerine DO IT M
rmiak Gartner, representing Alex. PLACED IN SERVICE. gles were played to-aay. The play or other violent explosive material."
Sgome-, is at the M- nic cr, largest ever will continue all week. Small Fire This Mornng. EM BROIDE
c-ar, ., hotel. A picnic car.o oe of the largest ever S.,, F,.. This Mo.
moLge No. 1. K. of P, wil'seen in this city, will be placed in The fire department was;called outM Two Big
r or e No. k1~ of P-,a s t-ic t by te om- KING OSCAR WILL tis morning, .shortly be, 'cloTk,
n KIocNG OinS A sWokLr to-nioht a: f WeA 'About fLfteen hundred mn ords 1yc, 12'
o ther re ar copon any. and will be used on the Palmet- to the home of Thos. Godfrey, of West About fifteen hundred yards 10c, 12
q., clou of their regular convention. to ich line. Intendencia. The blaze was a small and 15c values, edges and inserting
The urnas Want Ads continue The car was construct at the barns TAK AVACATI one, and was extingu d in a few Extra special..............
*apply the wants of all who utilize of the company, and is fitted out for 'minutes, with but ltllte ss.
Sa feature of the paper s advertising carrying large crowds to picnics. The Yard wide B cd
,-i-ce If you want anything, try company originally intended to use By -socatred Preas. ard wide B;ached Dom
rof. ;heia. Ithe car in handling the baseball Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 7.-King In a small t can state yard nday..
"he remain of Ernestine, the little crowds, but later deckild to use it for Oscar will soon leave the capital in which bad recently4lbdergI cane
c.+ hter of Capt. and Mrs. lars Ander- p:cnc purposes. search of quiet and rest and Crown
who dk-ied Friday- night from et- The car is fifty feet in length and Prince Gustave will again be appoint- of adatnlatratlon ti e M eote"tate
Sn wide and can seat re ed regent. King sar to-d issued
i--e number of friends of thel number of passengers. a proclamation to this effect. dealgna for all the ofaleistorsps.
I wsh abowy s-.very,
A.; A-r* PrIesent and pix ented B. -6, i s I
..a ir' "ribWtes at the rave. RATESIMUT E PUBLICLY Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. ibowy bhead f aa a aBealm-
T n ad n DISPLAYED IN HACKS. Foley's Honey and Tar has curml p*ed -by Gihi I b re some
-n pntr and O.prese .itls to h i many cases of asthma that were con- sketches that I usnfd g avre made. UNIVERSITY OF THE
'- n aP prp e t o, lMayor Bliss has had printed and i sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues- Look them o ndd by ths STATE OF FLORIDA.
iS.c r Irrigation OonientSon, now causing to be distributed pla- ing, 701 West Third St.-'et. Davenport. Ideas as far as p osib."" Ebracing the following subjects:
n Prl and. O cards which must be posted cons Iowa. writes: "A severe cld contracted The artist examined fhe sketches I. Language and Literature--A foln'. I
,- 'rc T epet tio l -eae ously In the hacks of the city. showing twelve years ago vas neglected until it carefully. year course leading to the degree of
Sre expect to ee e- the sates which the hackmen are al- finally grew into a.thma. T- best "This," he said, t ingthepages, s bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re
V .r lowed to charge for carrying passen- medical skill avail!nabli could not giv3 evidently for the navy and this for the quLi:ed. but is offered as an elective
,x' .x i-nridants were before gers to any section of the city that me more than temnp.;rarv relief. Fole.v'. army, but, If you please. what is this- throughout the course.
. ': ;;. in the municipal court the passenger may desire. Honey and Tar w's recmenmended and a long plume on a three cornered hat. II. General Science-L-vi led int,>
"-rh T:., for trial. Of this After 10 o'clock at night the rate is one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me yellow dress coat trimmed with purple. 1,Ire courses 1.Chemlical course:
: ;:::,..*- f- -.. ~ w-e continued. four; double that of the day. but this does of asthma wli;-h had b,'-n growing (cn I and"- :athematical course; Natural History
,*:-. c!'.h;argpd and fines im- not apply to and' from railroad depots me for twelve years. an if I had ta 'hat" replied the chief of state course. No Greek and only entra:-e
1." ot*boatl iit att aa eat replied the chie of state i
; ,:. 203. or boat landings. t at the start I wot have ben gravely "Is for the secret police." Latin is required in these courses. A:l
SHria R A saved years of suffering W. A. '.our-year course .
,: Dad Herschko. MAD DOG KILLEDODAY Alembwte. druggist and apothecary. Eaded the Economy Ie. III. Agricultu--Four-year and two-
.+ ,MAD DOG KILLED David r, rlhkoi:z MODA NIGHT.! Eanded the Economy Idea.
I V.^ ^f-. _MONDAY NIGHT. la c in e rsg--Fouryear cou= rs.
Warc.' n. r lao-r. ljnisvilue: F. AmreCw Johrac,-* 4 writing, thaou omize. tutak IvnM anc Crvn l Foiri yearlColrl:-a
S: aR 1 L,. Hug'hey. H. King. who conducts a diary on The letters or l';rd.. t Taylor are ruling that you try your hand at ak- in Mechanical Civil and Eletri al
(v R Ta ,,r. I. G. Crosby Branuard street between Tarragona rnre. but perl::ps lh ,e of Andrew Ing your own clothes? She-Oh. George. gineering. also a two-year colr.
Yiork: Ja. MiL and Palatox streets. killed a mad dog Johnson are the rarest. as he did but dear. I never could do that. Suppose I :, Mechanic. No Latin or Greek i
Near his place Monday night. The dog little of his ow writing. His soin i -rgin by trying to make yours?--Ihil- required in III. (r IV. The full coluri e
T1 -,a. Fr.nk C .Teudevine. ctme to his place and had engaged conducted most of lis correponence adelphia Inquirer. under II.. Ill a d IV. lead to the e-
S .x;.,. : :* af:,r a nging ng's two dogs in a fight. killing one. and signed his f:r'lir':; :namn to the -ee of HBac. !.,, of Scien: ': thile sh'rt *
' *' ::,-1 'i S :n,. al morning, when the owner was awakened, and letters t is rel:'-l that or. reason or the sake of Quiet. c courses to a Cilrtificate of Proti.ien-y.
"':n. a .. h lam'ily! succeeded In killing the mad dog. why l'resi.ent .I,. w,-rote so little "My daughter admired both law and i V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course
: : : ::,ia sTreet King also killed the other dog which ., u:, so I had her study law." to be begun in September. 16.
"",,, ;,rl, ,-,r.r S" MIich- L:ad been bi.teal in the fight with the was owing to .!l.*';lt ;l 11:1- imus:c, so I had her study law." be begun in September. 1906.
S- :., irch. - 'r -.. rMi.n Fu, .!-- I:ad bd bone. pe to hm gn s w in Whnt impelled yol to that choice?" VI. Normal--Three curse for
ir one. Iis trade :s tailor. (le day a tailors "I think practicing -law Is quieter 'awichcir: A one-year rceu-:e lea:i.lg t-
iT ". ', d mv. T, Ier-h-, heavy iron gj -, fl r a Mch- in o fl Is arm. so ing to an L. I Diploma; A four-ye-ir
.-.a::- 1,. l- p.- extremely ditlicult to lndunl;;e in pen- Indiscretion, malice,. rslness and i -of P*davogy
S ::a- a, 'ri, re*, 'Y S manship thereafterr. .Antrew .lTJison falsfaood produce each other.-L'En- An anLple corps of comptent tean
T..n. i n:'..- of Peisa!ca was the pr1)rest writ-,r :;inong the clor. ers. A high u:rrict;lum--Expenses .Ii-
pograph'a T'r: n., of _w h h d. N V presidents as well as the rarest. His -._ including board, $120 to $150 per year.
c ,-ed was a mn1uer a-:end. d in a Fear no Hot Weather. handwriting was very much of a all term opens September 27, 1905.
Scrawl and can scarcely be deciphered I Scnu. for Catalogue.
P O T by the average reader. I troubled ith ANDREW SLEDD, P:esident.
v-- prf ct Iy you are trouble wLake City, Florida.
S o :-, i B:'i. *'ln lmon latral froma of Pearla. -- - -
,'N. -u-'k A.,k .,or grocr: Some curious things have been foantn Cramps, diges R, Heid A E IAR MAN
h., i.L.,n and Vanilla FOOD COFFEE In the briny deep. but one of the odd- NaISca, DsiSlia BI0 tig,
S: ;'--.ec'. .est is an ecclesiastical emblem made C tPil of Marl H. a,-. W. L...ar. and He H.
means just that. of pearls which was washed ashore ou a Peecull r Ex rltene.
At the Merchants. the coaet of West Australia. There are yOU 1 find SUi relief in "In o m voyages from Ca
A ', ,-. :, -: -, Frank B. There's a Raem. nine good sized g.nun this natural yOuof my o reiages from Cape 40
.- -a .. ,:chanfs Hol; curiosity. Thee hbnre been joinedto- "I shared my cabin with a peculiar
1. ", a; and winner ge other to form a perfect Latin cross. IOSTETTER'S man, whose nabe was Laus. pc
S" .un vnerea- -- in Seven pearls of equal sle comprise the ESTOM BITTERS ,.* me promsoe that If he should die
c P t e upright and two d more form the trans-ewouldpr uts
aug4: ,tri r verse p'ece. The joining has been the burial at sea. He said that on a pre-
CIw oOu EVER WONDER- LI U II nature. The odd prize, di- Ilons voyage be +had fallen sick and
C YOU EVER WONDER-covered in a pearl oyster. Is said to be was taken for dea nd put Into a sack
a arriae i't known as worth at least .0000. It is called the for burial. A quartermaster had been
i i knT"own Great ther Cro pearl. put on to watch the body until it was
oTO- .IG HT to e-rong DU I. AbUl time for the fuaeral. *When tle burial ;
-o- ,uCh L,,er to be ong om. party arrived the quartermaster in-
-, r 'P ti Anag t BaLs--And of which variety Is your ....to.... formed the captain that he thought the
manaAU US to talk a wife. thb clinging vine or the self as body had moved in the sack. The sack
1 saiK anything? eurtie? Cass-A lttle of both. When was opened. and Lazarus eventually
': ~'of our coming men DnT 4 IT abe wants a new dress or a new hat U ii came to Uife again. uch was tbe
". .' ";.:;ed from the start, "t he geerally begins in the clinging story LasImh told me. Lazarus was
" *L... ,iirpy that issues the! vine role. If that doesn't bring the FRIDAY, AUG. 1tfl, a thin m-e with a pl loe face. He
:ily curveless railroad Go down to the Park and spend a money, then she changes to the self as- had an enormous appeti and appenr-
pleasant evening. If you ertive. and-well, she Invariably gets ....by.... ed at every meal, to which he devoted
: ,--'g,, man Invariably don't dance, just listen the dress or the hat. NAOMI REEKAH LODGE, his whole emergias. The good feeding
-" hi lf every time be to thI. O O. F. only seemed to add to his corpselike
I o0o0teF appearance. One evening, sure enough.


;' nearly always embar- u-JflM P-ma r iaa "Why does be wish to marry herr The steamer City of Tampa has when we ware about baltway to our
i:y Irole-either finan 0m- -W "He says people should marry their been chartered and will leave Palafox voyage's eade apparently tded again.
Si:? opposites." wharf at 1 p. m., returning at a reas- The doctors took him in charge this
v men who are anxious has been engaged to play at the Park "Why, they are both dark." enable hour. time. boweer, an be ease out of his
t ick are just as anxious once a week during the remainder of "Yes, but he hasn't a cent, and she Refreshments served. trance withnt ay abotted sack epl-
1 I- : well? +$ the season. has a million doHa=s."-Pttttburg Post sode. He was met at the London
not b k The total cost is omBr 25 cents. Car FARE---ADULTS, 50 CENTS. CHIL- docks by a nmbr e t relatives and n
"' -nted and some are -t a; fre. 10 cents; Admission to Park. 10 If you get angry with a man or wo- DREN UNOER 12 YEARS, friends, all of whom looked as If they
.- -re are wrtewareed? -a cen s man. make up your mind bhat you are 25 CENTS might be suffering ftr the same conm-
S ..r. I BETTER TAKE IT IN! Igoin to my and then don't sar It. COMMITTEEL. lat*f


sl khD? THEN COME EARLY.


NIGHT GOWNS $1.29


NIGHT GOWNS $1.59


Formerly $1.50, $1.69, $1.75. 'Formerly $2, $2.25 and $2.50
Three of our most popular el- Two styles in Chemise Yoke
Three of our most popular sel- of best quality nainsook, beutiJ-
lers in Kimona and Chemise fully trimmed with natneook
Yoke; short and long sleeves; embroidery and fine ruffles; one
cambric ruffled, hemstitched, Style half Chemise Yoke, yoke
bodies of naineook, cambric and composed entirely of fine bern-
bodies of nne cambritched tcks, ribbon and em-
finest quality of domestic; for- broidery trimmed. The bargain
merely $1.50, $1.69 j of the season. For-
and $1.7i merely $2, $2.25 and
now.......... $2.50, now....... 59
LONG SKIRTS.
ly8 About twenty-five in this lot and worth 1
..8 9 I up to $2.50. choice............. 1,5 9

kXMINSTER VELVET RUGS
Monday of 26 Celebrated Hartfcrd Carpet Co's. $3.00
vet Rugs; size 30x 60, in beautiful oriental and empire
,ur Big South Window.. ........ .. .. .. .. ....
Through an error; we inform ,i (he house to that effect, and recelv-
; tjie rigs at a considerable co.;.c,:wsion, thus it is that we are able
os for Monday. Should you wait until fall you will have to pay an
rpet prices ar> steadily advancing.
IONDAY-TUESDAY MAY BE TOO LATE

RIES! EMBROIDERIES!
I Specials for Monday and Tuesday.
SChoice Monday of any elge or insert.
s; jing. worth from 20c to 45c yd.; extra 1
. O d special only..................
!stic worth 5 30 Pos Standarl Auro Ginghams, small,
o. .. .. i medium and large checks........


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FORBES


WE ARE 6ROWIN6 BIGGER


HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A

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

Saunders Mill Company


Pensacola.


Phone 717.


Florida.


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ACUTE OR CHRONIC.
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IS AN UNFAILING REMEDY.
CURES TEETHING, DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, DVBENTERY,
FLUX AND ALL BOWEL DISORDERS.
SOLD AT WHITE'S PHARMACY.
At wholesale by Mobile Drug Co., Mobile; Lewis A Co, Pensacela.


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We Have Knocked The Bottom Out
SL00, $5.00, $10.00 will buy more Groceries than
ever before. Compare prices,
17 pounds Granulated Sugar ......... ..........................1
19 pounds Y. C. Sugar ......................................... 1.00
Whole Barrel, beet Patent Flour .................... ...........$5.75
Half Barrel best Patent Flour ..................................$3.00
15 pounds lard ................................................$1.00
20 pounds Best Rice ..........................................1.00
25 pounds No. 2 Rce ...........................................$1.00
30 pounds Cracked Rice ....................... ...............$1.00
Hams, good quality, per pound ............................... .13
Hams Beat quality, per pound ................................. .14
Hams, Pic Nic ................................................
Eggs, Tenn., 5 dozen lots ................... ................ $1.00
Eggs, Country, 6 dozen lots ................................. $1.00
PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING, GOOD FOR ONE WEEK.
We have a thousand other jnst such bargains, too numerous to
mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage of these
low cash prices.
GEO. W. PR OR & SONS
127, 129, 131 135 East Goveanment Street,
Telephonee-r-Pduoe Dept, 29. Grocery Dept., 23.


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that The hull be fit ed up as a floating'
bespital or club hn!se for sailors, and
permaneUtly stationed in the harbor. Ir Maverage
k appears to us ihat no better sug-i
gestion could possibly be made than
to there presented. Of course this in-
Volres the necessity of securing the;
gunboat from the navy. but as the DAIL V
ehip, according to official plans as an-
Mwc-nd. nhas lorg een marked for' The following figures bhow The Pen-
qtlreorn.g from alive service, on ac- sacola Journal's circulation for each
,ed the oanent of the naval o,'iis bl da- .y during th_ month of Jubv, 1905,
ul d eag!iy be obtained. The Ben- .with the average number of copies
lngton is now hbld to he something daily:
more than a ship in mary grirf-strick- July 1 4,250 July f6 4,5001
an homes in this lsn.1. an. Sentiment, July 2 4,500 July 17 ....
Me fbrce wh!ch really govi':in the cl- July 3 ... July 18 4,200
tbed wordd. dmarends that she be uJly 4 4,250 July 19 4,900
ade something mc.- :than a mere -uly 5 4,250 July 20 4,425
utip. Her conversion 'r.to a floating July 6 4.250 July 21 4,200
bosptal and a reF-: ':ac, and home July 7 4,250 July 22 4,300
IT sailors would mnrz frIogly mee: July 8 4,250 July 23 4,450
the requirements of the case. Such a July 9 4,00 July 24 ....
ta woul;- also show. more clearly July 10 .... July 25 4,300
thaa would be possible in afit other July 11 4.250 July 26 4,300
manner, that the Amenrican people, July 12 4,250 July 27 4,300
ecially and privately. c-r.rc-!are and July 13 4250 July 28 4,300
so far as is in their pow"r will recom- July 14 4,250 July 29 4,350
Pese in a practical way those who July 13 4,250 July 30 4,600
rtk their lives in the country's ser- Total for the month ......112.875
vee. Average per day ...........4,41
It is believed the Bennington, when
pa out of commission. can be secured 1 hereby certify that tha above state-
Iy the citizens of San Diego to be meant is correct according to the rec-
permanently docked here. and if this ords on le in this office.
eam be done it is believed that the FRBD A. SWEET,
bet possible memorial would be to fit Ctrculation Mgr.
it up as a sailor's hospital, home and
club house, where all who come into. Sworn to and subcrlbed before me
the harbor ay find a rest place and this l1st dy of July, 19S5.
ratuoal eMtertan met of their own' J. P. SFIKES
ShlP. Notary Pube.


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PENSACOIA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, ANGST 8, 1905.

GOING AWAY? ****************
When you leave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensoola ADVENTURE AND
Jeurnal follow you. Notify circula- "
tin manager, Phone 38 "AD.,VENTURE."

The reaJ battle of the Russo.Jap
campaign is due to commence in No store in this city-none *
Portsmouth to-day. 4* anywhere-has ever grown to *
:* its full stature, achieved real *
According to Bradstreets the total success, until its owner has *
funded debt of the Russian govern-* yielded to the spirit of "ad.-ven- '0
meat is $3.250,000.000. ture." and has ADVEIRTISE'I) *
MORE THAN HE COULD AF-
S FX)RD TO!
Cuba is now in the foremost rank # Every successful man, in any *?
of republics. She already has a 0 line of human effort, has found 0
healthy treasury deficit. it necessary, at times, to break *i
-. every law in the "Code of Cau- *
Since Madam Stegomyia became so 4 tion." If Peary finds the Pole *i
prominent peek-a-boo articles of wear- 0 it will be because he risked *
ag apparel have become unpopular. more than he "could afford to." 4
g apparel have become unpopular. Modern conditions of life 4
have developed in the race as *
It is reported that Vice President' great a love of "ad.-venture" as 4
Palrbanks actually "warmed up" at our forefathers had for adven- *
Bault St. Marie.-Age Herald. 1 ture-and the same tingle of *
And the effect was an attack of the blood which came to the fa- *
acute indigestion. Wonder what he others in the victories of pio- *
ward u" n seeing comes, nowadays, to *
warmed up" on? the business man who has res- *
cued his enterprise from peril.
Thirteen engineers will meet next It was the spirit of adventure *
month in Washington to consider the which enabled the first Astor *
problems presented in the construc-i* to establish a fur-trading sta- *
tion of the Panama canal. The gov- thon in the far and perilous 4
ernment should either fire one or add Northwest-and itI-turhe sch rit
another. Thirteen is a Jo of "ad.-venture" which induces #
nher. Thirteen is a Jonhthe modern trader to try to *
establish a store in a field *
Our Southern Home, published at where competition dwarfs him. *
laurel Hill by Eric Von Axelson has 0 The rangers of a complex life 4
been changed from a monthly to a are as great as of an unex-
weekly paper. Laurel Hill is growing plored country.
t ad is wl ae to s The store-keeper of to-day is 4
fast and is well able to support a first- often in competition with hou- *
class weekly, such as Mr. Von Axel- 9 ses boasting "working capitals"
son will undoubtedly give it. The ven- larger than his entire assets. *
tare has The Journal's best wishes'* His chances are small-unless *
for success.e prosperity has somewhat dulled *
Sthe enthusiasm of the big fel- 4
The Arcadia News evidently lows-unless they Imagine that *
The Arcadia ews evidently takes they are big enough to omit ad-
a decidedly yellow view of the situation, vertising now and then. In 9
a" it remarks "Yellow seems to be such event the smaller mer- 4
the prevailing color these days. Yel- chant finds his tide at the flood *
-his opportunity not only 4
low fever in New Orleans. yellow jour- ready to be grasped, but almost
alism in New York. yellow Jaundice ready to grasp him. 4
in Arkansas, while the whole world is'* On the day when the small 4
busily discussing the 'yellow peril' in herchant afdvrd t anmo e thg
the Far Elait." .10 he can -afford to," and the big #
the Far ikat." merchant less than he should-
!4 less than he MUST, even to 4
MEMORIAL FOR THE i4 bold his place in the race-the 4
BENNINGTON VICTIMS. '', small merchant has "taken a 4
A number of suggestions have been trick in the game, gained a 4
A rung on the ladder; and is
made for a suitable memorial to the strengthened for the next trial *
officers ana' men who lost their lives 9 of strategy.
i. the Bennington disaster at San
Diego, California, one made by a Mr. 4 *
Hall through the San Diegan-Sun being
particularly appropriate. Whether it T i Joura4l P1rintd Durg
Is practicable or not will, of course,
largely depend upon a survey of the '9 105$, 9
vessel to ascerain the extent of the Total o
damage and the possibility of refitting.
her for use as a gunboat. The Sun
refers to the suggestion and com- fl V
ments thereon as follows:
Mr. Hell's idet. as expressed. Is
that the Bennington be dismantled
and emptied of its machinery, and! CO IES


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No. 5603
H. L. COVINGT3N, President M. E. CLARK, Cashie.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-Presldmnt. JNO. PFEIFFER, Aast. CashleP.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK,
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNfIED. STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplts, $40,000
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Henry L. Covington,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Br an Ouuwody,
Frank leilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T F. McGourin,
F. E. B-awner,
C. W. Limar,
J. R. Saunders,


S. JL 'oshee.
A. M. Avery,
W 1. Milton, Jr.,
O. N. Maura,
W. L. Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzle Oerttna
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Covington.


Accounts of Bank% Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solleted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
THOS. W. BRENT, AssLt. Cashier.


W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.


NATIONAL BANK,

of Pen@oola, Fpl.


DIRECTORS. F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wn. H. Knowle

W. L Hycr, Jr., D. GC &Brnt


FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXOINAU E ONTUT MD SOU


We de'6w our own Bills of Ex.
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Veosels dlsburo4
Favorable Terms,


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.4 YE ).t X -. #. -' #'g 4 ermany, France, Austria, Italy, t a ftyThousand Dollars 250'0)
.. Hland, Spain, Beium, Rusia, ga tan at ort so much thereof as may be necessary .
THE RECENT CIRCULAR HOW TO FIGHT o Sweden, enmar, R an Destination Ten Days After Vee For the purpose of paving and oth-r
OF SUPT. HOLLOWAY. THE MOSQUITOES. oher European country Arrives thr wi i vi eet and
S. "." ways of the city the sum of One Iins-
Lake City Index. d*re obile Register. dred and Fifty Thousana' V !lars
e Cy i Mobi ser. ($150,000), or so muca thereof as miy
Sat:School-g effort;iM^tob- made 1 t Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which e be necessary.
State School Superintendent Hollo A concerted effort to be made n a rivat Departmnt for the us of Renters anor constructing, o providing a
way is being criticised, in some quar- Mobile te aid the city and health au- Thol building the slm of Seve(ty) r,
ters, on account of a circular recently thorities in their fight against the mos- Thousand Dollars ($75,000e of purc
sent out by him from Tallahassee, quitK. meeting of citizens is to take vings Depa tment-IntereSt Paid On De- much thereof as may be nece-sa.
under date of July 14, as follows: place to-night n the Commercial Club, p F or the purposenn of ppurchasing
In the future it will be necessar' to which should hbe rgely attended. If' posits at Rate of 4 per "nt per Annum. site and constructing, or providing .
file with the State Board of Educa- every househ6lder will devote some sum ofl Twenty-Five Thousand Bil ah-
tion an application for state aid in little time to this work, we can get rid $25,000), or so much thereou a may
every instance, whether for the first ci the mosquitoes entirely. If you are .$250 VI be necessary
time or as a renewal for the same. trouble by mosquitoes i'. is because L M GLTON Gl S, a. 1sT. l WlA. o ss.CAWs be n tec e I eby gyha
trouble bymosquIto'es it is because R. j. BUHELL, CANSILD MOZ10. AT- CA And notice is hereby Ym a
For your guidance in making these somewhere in your block there o. l a pursuant to said ordinaoee the CoBnn-
applications, I submit the following has been a mosquito laying eggs in C tiz ens N national B ank has duly elected the flewlo g Bo ri
regulation, which does not appear in some one or more of these places: of Penmsoola Florids. of Bond Trustees. vrt: y. hC Birnt
the standard course of study: In a cesspool; ZIWr tor3W ,for the term of three yeaw I Hi!on
(a) That the board will adhere A sewer ktit Geo.WWright, MorrisBsr, T. Welle' I Green for the term of two years, an4
strictly to the regulation that aid be A rainwater barrel; x M. Robtnon. L. HitoanOrm. M. Pfeiffer for the term of one year
given no school making an average A horse trough; A GENERAL BANKING B USINESS TRANSACTED. In witness whereof. I have herernts
attendance cf less than fifty pupils. A roof gutter that is clogged; set my hand, and caused the corporate
(b) That state aid will be granted An empty bottle; seal of the City of Peasacola to be
no school unless the building in which An old tin can. -- a.....--s0_1014-----------.F 0#0 axed, this 1st day of Auni.i. 1M6.
i' Is taught is owned by the school Broken crockery that holds water; ....... NE.E.. Cashier. aCxA.t. H. BLISS,-1-0
authorities in fee J. S. REESE, President.E.W.Cas .CRAB. H. BIS3,
authorities in fee'simple, and contains A water pan for dog, cat or chicken; J S. REESE, resident. C VMce-NFesldet, C Mayor City of Pensacola.
at least two good recitation rooms. A wate- receptacle for a grindstone; M. CAR, Vice-PresideAttest: S. BERNRD Ciy .
(c) That state aid will not be A hole in a tree; TN[ PIEOPL 'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. Notice to Hoe
granted after July 1, 1906, to pay A watering pan for birds; I L E S O Notice to House Owners.
school unless every teacher therein A garden fountain; Directors-L. J. R-eves, J. Reese, W./ DoC. Kesler, R. M. Cary, The code of ordinances of the Ci
holds a legal and unexpired certificate Any place in fact, where water W. A. D!Alemberte T. A. Jenni nsof Pensacola requires that all h,;--, J
issued In Florida; the certificate of a stands for five days or more. One TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSIN I fronting upon streets shall nri;
principal of a high school must be of tomato can in a shady spot, with water YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. bered, and provides that it ha I
such grade as to show that he himself In it, has been found to breed ffient unlawful to omit to number any h.
is qualified to teach any subject in the mosquitoes to keep a family unhappy as r ired..u.. All numbers sh. :1-i.
high school course of study; the prin- all summer. to be numbered or pont metal.he bu l
cipal of a rural graded school must be The following advice is given for not le es than 3x6 Inches, metal a
required to hold at least a first-grade preventing the propagation of mosqul-, U tached to the building. All bu;l:r.
certificate, toes when such condition exist: Wholesale and Retat Daler in cbshall be numbered within a 6) l.
Do not fail to urge your teachers to Clean out every place where water Dom tc Anthracte after the erection thereof.
attend the teachers' summer training stands. Steam, Domestic, ra f Notice is hereby given that h'lc*
schools, which began at Gainesville So dispose of old tin cans bottles or: and Blacksmith owners will be required to cn:.'r
an,' Tallahassee last Monday. As youl what not that rain cannot possibly be: Office-No. ;3 South Pslatfx street. Telephone, with these ordinances. Owners (o
have already noticed, the one at retained. Yards on Zarragossa and Gonzalea streets. Phoa 8. property may learn their corrr'- r a
Gainesville is conducted for white Empty your rain barrel of water; bears by applying to the City C'.rk.
teachers, and the one at Tallahassee e cry week or screen it closely with Attest: CHAS. H. BLIS3.
for colored teachers. hne-mesh wire on top. \ B. S. BRNARD. Mayor.
The editor of the Index had a con- Change the water every day in a John Massey. Jackson Brandon. T. D. Adaml Olerk
versation last week with Mr. Hollo- tirinking pan for dog, cat or bird. Pensacola Fla., Jaly 17, 1905.
way and is able to furnish some addi- Watch the watering trough near Pensacola electrical Company Ir camiaC y Circ.9
tna information n reference to theory stable t ith il ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. of Florida, In Chancer-E'1
circular. Fill a hole in a tree w soil pac ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Franklin vs. Dorsey Frankin.
It is not a new rule, having been ed tight or with cement. Cor. ntendenela and Bell Phone On Monday the 4th day of S-*p'
adopted by the State Board of Educa- In other words, get rid of, or coat Baylen Sts. ber, A. D. 1905. the defendant '
tion. on motion of Mr. Sheets, on June whh kerosene, all stagnant, standingNo job to big or small for as We do work Ia any -art of the Franklin, is hereby required ',* arP
11, 1903. But it was never enforced water, and you will get rid of mosqul- city and also outside the city. to the bill filed against h'rI '
Mr. Holloway puts off for one year. or tcs. This oriler to be pubTlah, .,'
until July 1, 1906, the enforcement of If you have a playing fountain put --- week for four coasec tive w-ksr ia
the law that principals of senior high little fish, like ninows o(- goldfish, in The Pensacola Journal, a newA~'V
schools must hold a state certificate. the water and they will eat the mos.: Order "- wr ublshed in ad Mmbi county.
And this is right. Certainly the hea:,. quito larvae. IC, C O A L and W O O D [A. MCMI LAN
o0 such an institution should be able If you have a sluggish brook or al Ir C f ea CO A L and W O O D WW | llc k otreult c <1L1t.
to prove that he is competent to in- stagnant pond rear your hou.e'spray frex 1 '" By L. G. ATMIAR it D. C
struct in the courses prescribed to be eorsene or cj oil on the surface: e m d Fol Com n y. Pensacol, F, July 24.
tz.ught. this makes it impossible for the "wig-' ;o m rs"I* ndF0 C zeI.
To illustrate: A first-grade certifi- glers" to breathe when they ccme to; Ofce--Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 258. a
cate shows that the holder shall have the surface, and they die. The coal oil.
made a total in no grade below sixty application is only necessary at the YE| LOfmV R
per cent; and besides passing the edges and is good only so long : FOR&W OM
civil government, algebra and phs-HE STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.YELLOWFEVE
cal geography. Whereas, the qualifica- l1nowledge as to the locality of the (loid F l Cll
tions are that an applicant for a state breeding places, let all -,> to work to lorida Female CoIl.Jt
I certificate halll have taught twenty- put the mosquitoes cut of business. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. la T' a for Yol
four months in all. eight months un- B sso's Bessing
er a first grade certificate obtained ~I Y~-Y:- Te best college in the South for young ladlts UnsurpMaed advantages RA9 R Sin
in this state," and:shall pass an ex- t n music and a-t under teachers whohave studied In Am eca sad Europe.
aminaion on geometry, trsgonometry. PENSACOLA AND Sewing. cooking and industrial arts taught youngwromen. m hyal culture In o Mankid
physics. zoology, botany, ratin. rhet- PENSACOLIANS. a gymnasium equipped with apprTatus. swimming pool, etc., required under to ManI
oric, Englsh literature, psychology- the direction of an ,xperlence-ilady teacher. The only 9tat ,ornnga School
and general history; and that the oavy.- ZY,,:. for Women supported by the State of Florida, ofering protesitonal one-year 18 THE ONLY POSITIVE
erge must be not less than eghty-- courses, kindergarten training, aud four-year nfOina cq'ra leading tothe PREVENTIVE AND
fve, with nothing less than sixty per Pensacola Cleaned Uo. degreeofL. I Acanced college otses of equal it uthe Univer- CU
cent. A state certificate is valid five The good new: comes from Pensaco. siy leading to degree of B. A., B. S.,. A.. and M. 8. 'iNtoo free. Board
years." This is the state law-not a ;n that the health authorities are con- eominal. For catalogue and further particular, w~ityq-A. AlURPHREE,
rule of the superintendent, fident that that city has never been in President.
It is a perfectly reasonable require- a more thoroughly perfect sanitary
meant, then. that a person offering to condition. and the scientific lines along BOTTLL
teach a senior high school most con- which this healthy condition is being, TH ALAIAMA NR 4 ONLY 50 CENTS PER *OTL
form to the state law. obtained makes it a mat ter of very dis- A high-grade instituton for girls ae Z of
There are in Florios, at. the present tant probability that there will be any Breasu CollegConservatory, UainesviDe, SL i L er sOLD AT IC
time, thirty senior high schools and contagious diseases to enter and gain tua Languages, Seience, rMusc,A Ortbu 0D AT NICK APOSTL
thirty-seven teachers who bold state a foothold thC:-..-Jacksonvillle MI- ..e tully turnlshed, everything new; as P.t imr DeliSt- TAURANT.
certlflcates, so tta, t oOmerlaly tropolls. fI location. Best aomoda a. EBxfI ,lr lS T
speaking, the s b -eQu tao trhe logg address A; W. VAN HO 1"M 1 R "
demand. The Insanity Dodge. .add.s A A$
Superintendent Holloway is abso- Williams, the Pensacola mu~ Manufactured by
lutely right in his reqaIremanta, and is beginning tr play the M CN -
Florida is fortoatel havtn a man iooe in hopes of having his wor-thless BOn0 MEDICINE MANUFA TU
who rwinl etrce the liw sad thbe .e e trust On insanity thple will (or e od-b ed deeds. I umc a |ienem cf INp COMPANY,
roles as he-Andrfthemy be serioesty coaitdered by the courts tblak wef capable of IM~c dme he|a Ss N a. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.

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Lord Robe-ts's recent declaration that the British Army wus not fit for
war Is arousing much discussion in En .and. It is said that he will visit the
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Notice is hereby given that the lihr
prepared by me containing the nam,.g
of the electors of the City of Pe-r .,
co a, who are qualtied to vote at e
Cty Bond Election to be held on i.
gust 22nd, 1905. will be submitted !p
me to the City Council for its apprr,;.
Sal at a special meeting thereof to
Held at the City Hall on August lota,
1905, at 7 o'clock p. m.
All citizens are hereby called on !3
show cause, if any they can. at I
time and place why the said lit- i,
prepared and submitted by me shou l
not be approved by the Council.
This notice will be publishMd .,,
for the space of three days aft.r- *"
date hereof, and during the 'l .
said publication and until tbhe loir ,I.
of August, 1906, the said renstr,., .
lists will remain for public inp",..>*,
at my office, number 12 Ea. ment street.
Dated Pensacola. Fla. Alig. t,
1905. GEC. S. HAILMARK I
Rgister for City Bocd Elec:to
6aug3t
Bond election Proclamation.
Whereas, The Council u *:h t'.y of
Pensacola did on the 197h ia ,, .j ,
1905, pass an ordinance. ar:.
'An ordinance to provide. for ho
suance of Bonds of the City p.,.
cola. Florida, under and b ,r .,0
San Act of the Legislature of *.. .:,
pt Florida, entitled: An A('
thorize the Cit) of Pensacola .,.
negotiable bonws for muni. ;p-.:
poses, and provide for th,, p;..:t
thereof, approved May %'"h.. 4)5.
which said ordinance was apprgov, i b
me on the 19th day of July. 19 5
Now, therefore. I. Cha.S. H. n;;:,
Mayor of the City of Pensaco:a. ..
suant to the provisions of .a:d r:.
nance, do hereby call an election ,, be
held in said City on the 22n.I dav .,f
AUgust, 1906, to determine who,'ar.
or not, the majority of the qu,a.i. I
electors of said City, qualified d ..,
and voting, at said election shail a
prove the issuance of bonds fr ,*..
Purpose and amounts, or any of h.n,
enumerated in said oralnance. -*w.-.
For the purpose of purrhasinr. or
constructing, waterworks the .),:n ,
Two Hundred and Fifty Thou-ati
Dollars ($250,000), or so much thrr:rt
D may be necessary.
For the purpose of constructinz. .,r
providing, a system of sewerage anz
drainage the sum of Two Hiudred an4
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as excellence i mmaerual, ana our pianJ bu u moe s up-to-aate
in America --
Machinery cle es the nalt kernels before use; machinery weighs all the
ingredients, preserving jst accurate relative proportions WITHOUT GUESS
WORK; and then the beer s cooled in pipes, where the air, even "filtered'
air, is absolutely hfluded The wort that is to be


American Queen
takes its crn fro t opp to tan, d after agmi, on to the bottling plant through pipe
mechaunim whai thoghly insure itsd protection Another invention pecu-
liar to our brewery mkes and P a the arbaic gas to be ued in bottling. This add
immaeely tothear. einaPy, even the machinery used for cleanliness is cleanmsed every
day before i. Tbee via premationa make Ameria Queen the mot ex-
pensively beer you can buy at the r ar beer price. The able as to
econsome ms sowy departments and return e avin into quality of ing cents.
Alwys earLt Anian Quwm werar yol drink beer.
wee for our et ad. a thre lof bri.
SACME mEWING C, Hacn G4L


YOUNG LADY

SHOOTS HERSELF


Mrs. Annie Mhil o ifttle 8" Attemped t Cnmit Sickide
Early SM FaiM, Bt e It Stucci.

CuOditdi is Critcal.
qW.
DESPONDENCY OVER VARIOUS 00- trunk of her brother, who was absent.
Sand procuring his revolver, returned
MESTIC TROUBLES SUPPOSED to her room sne Ared a bullet 'which
TO BE CAUSE OF THE RASH ACT entered the left breast and passed
through her, burying Itself in the wall.
WHIICH MAY RESULT IN DEATH.' The report of the shot startled the
Family, and they rushed to the room,
from whence came the around. When
Mrs. Annmie Tvllard. daughter of Mr. hey reached there they Sound the
Md Mrs S SS'ory, an,i rc.siiing wita young lady lying upon the bed. After
Slattrc, a: teir: hore near Littee speaking a few words she became in-


DAVID SHEEHAN



HAS PASSED



AWAY


Died Yesterday Morning After a
Lung Illness, and Will
Be Buried To-day.

David Sheehan, for many years a
prominent factor in local politics.
passed away ymterday morning, death


a-,u ou aTnilwF .e .ui'ie ,un ay- counscioua. occurring at 7:50 o'clock at his resl.
: rning. when she bho herself with Mrs. Ballard had been ill for some donce, No. 410 South Florida Blanca
,volver. Th hootnz occurred in iime, her parents believing she was street.
:,*om of th young lady shortly afflicted with dropy. Shortly after Mr. Sheehan has been 1ll for several
- 0' *6 ock. 'he shooting, however, she gave birth weeks. In fact his recovery was des
:-s. Rulhard. it is stated, by her to a child and the latter is sill living, paired of nearly a month since, an&
v, had been despondent for Mrs. Bullard was married about he continued to sink each day, the
*a "&. pr-or to the attempt to three years ago to Manuel Bullard at end coming yesterday morning.
-.' and the night previous she Elba, Ala., where they restded for a The deceased had reached the age
r -- les, and apparently did short time. Afterwards she came to of 50 years. For years he had been
a. a during the entire night. Pensacola with her father, who is a harbor master of the port, and prior
.-' in -h,. morning and before any contractor, and resided with him. It to that time he had held positions on
- her Trembers of the family i, alleged that Mr. Storey and his tugboats and steamers as engineer,
S.-, :r.. yojnu lady went to the tcn-in-law crq~ i ot get along together, being considered one of the most com-
I___ the former ordering him to leave the petent marine engineers In the South.
l'ose. which he did. He leaves two sons, James H. and
A POSSIBILITY. La;er he returned, though Mr. Story Willie Sheehan. in ad ition to a large
--was not ware of the fact, and the number of friends.
That Became a Fact and Pleas. Many husband and wife frequently met by The funeral cortege will move from
People. appointment. Mr. Story, however, the family residence this afternoon at
A R 1iti. D.. in a lengthy arti- never suspected that his son-in-law 4:30 o'clock to St. Michael's church,
'r :r. *h c, -,,:. ,f the American Lad ever returned to the city. and from there will go to St. Michael's
our-a: of Hi. -ax. concerning Mr. Story pras formerly of Anda- cemetery, where the Intermet will
h-i' It.sr der, -:. :*n is a constant lusia, Ala., were he engaged in car* be made.
r.uw of worr; :., humanity, con- center work many years ago. The pall hearers will be Ed. Foster,
*quen'ly hhii p. ;i arn.. readily de-' May Live. Jas. Sweeney. John Baker,S. Lee, Jas.
(tlvd lI 'fak-' ha:- r-'-oriTivr The whilee the itdv' my' cndMition is verve Miller and Pat Cassidy.


"I!-1. hat a hai- prtopi- l -n will 'fll critical, her physicians believe her life
Shill 1i father to th, fancy that it is car be saved if she cae be given proper
--'- !o do to. A rart case in point nursing.. She should have, the physi-
1 ia' o N.b Hro's H"!-p;rid., which canes ay. a trailed nurse, but the
Sualv (,HWs h::; : p hi;. I: destroys limited means of the faniiy makes this
para-te that attacks 'he hair root. impossible, an,5 unless the charitably
'.. p-'cnt? dand'-lff. falling hair and ir.cllned people of the city can secure
STi. esS oid by leading druggists. a aurse wheo'ca be constantUy at the
T" '.1.- by w A PDAlemberte. drug- unfortunate lady's bedW de the result
. and apnhrc'.-y 121 S. Palafox. will be in doubt.
In" I!, '.kn's for sample to Thet The Infant is alive aad the probabili-
-;: r ('on:pany. De:roit, Mich. ties are that it will continue to live.
I


WILL INTEREST MANY.
Every person should know that good,
health is impossible if the kidneys are
de-anged. Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure kidney and bladder disease .n
every form. and will build up and
strengthen these organs so they wil,
perform their functions properly. No
danger of Bright's disease or diabetes
if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in
time.


You cannot by a beerwhich has been more e-
pensively prepared than Gest Dove
Brand, yt it is old as cheap as
S any. Wecmarycmnli m and
purity to exmtnmte aoing
the finest natmiala.

by as Sumy Smt&;d
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COUNCIL GRANTS


NEW FRANCHISES


Hell Special Meetiog List Night an PasslTweOdioM es Giving

RiBts to Raireads Betweena Pe mla and aaltsia
MWl Pnsacola a Melmris.


MAKES SEVERAL RECOMMENOA-
TIONS AS TO EXISTING LAWS.
SALARY OF CITY ATTORNEY
MAY BE RAISED.


The City Council met in special ses-
sion last night. Mayor Bliss presided
and Aldermen Baars, Cahn, Ohristie,
IDAlemberte, Maura, Reily, Wright,
tson and Yonge were represent
The meeting was for the purpose of
hearing the two ordinances recently
amended, granting a franchise and
waterfront privileges to promoters of
the railroads. One of these is to be
built between Pensacola and Anhtalu-
sla and the other is to connect Pensa-
cola with Memphis.
The lengthy documents were taken
up and read, each being slightly |
amended. These amendments, how-
ever, were not lengthy, and after their
substitution, the two ordinances were
referred to ordinance and engrossing
committee.
Alderman Wright made a motion,
which was carried, that a recess of
five minutes be taken, in order to al-
low the committee to report.
A Second session.
A second session of the body was
convened shortly afterwards, when
the committee reported both ordi-
nances engrossed. They were then
read the last time and unanimously
passed.
Acting Health Officer Plerpont then
submitted a report upon the sanitary
condition of the city, as follows:
City Physician's Report.
"Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 1st, 1905.
"The Honorable Mayor and City Coun-
cil:
"Gentlemen-I have the honor to
submit the following report of the
Health Department for the month of
July just past.
"Acting under instructions of the
City Board of Health, I employed ten
extra sanitary inspectors, and put
them immediately to work. The city
was Mdvided into fourteen sanitary
dCstricts, and one inspector-including
the four old inspectors-was placed in
charge of each district. The work has
progressed in a very satisfactory
manner considering the fact that all
oi the inspectors are new men, with
one exception. A systematic crusade
is being waged against the mosquito
by filling all puddles and pools of stag-
nant water wherever practicable, and
coal oiled where it is impossible to
destroy the water.
"The four cemeteries have received
especial attention,,as the numerous
vases, cups and tsceptacles of every
description used for holding flowers
were found to be a favorite breeding
place for mosquitoes.
"Weekly inspections are made of
the meat markets and fruit stands,
and the sanitary laws bearing upon
these places are rigidly enforced, and
defective meats and fruits destroyed.
"The inspectors have found no little
diffculty in finding the names and
adu'resses of owners of vacant or un-
improved property so that notices
could be served upon them. There
are yet many premises of this charac-
ter which cannot be placed in good
sanitary condition for the reason just
assigned.
"All classes of citizens are render-
ing hearty cooperation, and it Is the
rare exception that any friction arises
between the citizen and Inspector.
"I have personally answered thirty
or forty complaints, and sent inspec-
tors to investigate many others.
"To sum up, the four regular in-
spectors report having made the fol-
lowing inspections between July 1st
and 23rd inclusive: 2.926 inspections
of which number 2.407 were found in
good, and 519 in unsanitary conc'ltion.
"Prom July 24th to 31st. inclusive,
the fourteen inspectors accomplished
the following results: 3,083 inspec-
tions, of which number 2.183 were
found In good. and 900 in unsanitary
condition. Total inspections made for
the month, 6,009. As some of these
were re inspections the total number
does not indicate a corresponding
number of premises.
'As the fight is being made to pre-
vent the ingress of yellow fever from
other points, I would recommend that
the measures now being employed be
continued with unabating zeal, and
that the destruction of the mosquito
be continued as long as it may be
tounn' necessary. To accomplish this
end, the inspectors must canvass the
whole territory again within ten days
to see that coal oil covers every drop
of stagnant water, renewing the appli-
cation wherever, for any reason, the
oil has disappeared. It would seem
very necessary to keep constantly ne-
fore the public the importance of per-
sonally inspecting premises several
times a week, and seeing that every
square foot of ground is free from
vessels which contain stagnant water.
The inspectors are working faithfully
to carry out instructions, but they
must necessarily overlook some
places, or make the Interval between
inspections so long that the mosqatlto
will have time In which to breed in


great numbers.
*the cutting down of vegetation
during the summer months can do no
pouible harm, notwithstanding the
contrary opinion held by some who
bold tenaciously to the now exploded
theory that vegetation absorbs poison-
os matter and prevents outbreaks of
malarial fevers. Cutting down vel
station probably dbes Increase, for the
tie being, the diseases now known
to be produced by the moqultc' bite.
6or the simple reason that the MOs-
qSttb Is driven from Ithl iusts aemorg
ow growing shrftbbry, sad smbI
afely la darkeced rooms or" eets.
~~~ef~~~~ dwo o ~1


for brn


'7highg

In installii
better than many


CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES
TERMS.
-


AND


HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW
PRICES.
C letter Music House
114 8. Palafox St.


Whet Youar Appetite

nd-then come to
mte Old Reliable


Nick's



Restaurant.
loci tso wut is



Al IMr. of Ft h, 8oft hell
DIW oYm, Meat-
M AUL* IN SERVED DAILY,

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Pre.sriptlon Filing
Is one part of the drug budsess which I should imagine would be
of Interest to every cstomtnr of a drug st.re. Not became K is
anything wonderful, this be:r t able to compound a doctor's W,
scription without making an error, but the wooder of oMa~tal
these delicate chemicals, where they come from, the change tht
takes place In the compounding, and a thousand and one things
of importance to health and life In the proper handling of what
at first may appear a simple prescription. For Instanoe, the mix-
of Antipyrine with sweet splits of nitre, as all pharmacist. know,
makes a compound which would probably cause death if give in
doses as large as might be given of each alone. For a druggoet
to attempt to mix turpentine, sweet oil and sulphlric acid in a
bottle would result In an explosion and the ruining of his clothing
of nothing worse happened. Speaking of Antipyrine. it might be
of interest to the customer to know that since the patent on Ant-
pyrine has expired it can be bought at a very material reduction
from their old price of $1.40 an ounce. But with Codeine SulphMte
at $3.80 an ounce, Hydrastine from $1.50 an ounce to $12 5 an
ounce and "Homoatropine H ;.robomate at $168.00 an ounce and
these chemicals being press ribed by your physician your breath
would be taken away occasionally by the price of a prescriptlo.
However, it has always been my aim to Compound prescrip.
tions at a reasonable profit and not make the price of a cheap
prescription high enough to pay the extra price of an expensive
one.
I have been in the prescription business pretty much all my lit
and each year am making an effort to serve my customers better
than the year before.

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

W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,


Phone 109.


Bmggdit and Apothecary. 121 S. Palafox


"Pesh air and sunshine are the
soil's most efficient puriiers, which
act with great energy under favorable
conditions-free exposure-but are
practically inert when the soil is well
covered with vegetation. Another
good and sufficient reason for the to-
tal destruction of weeds and grass is
that it conceals small recepticles of
stagnant water. Very truly,
"J. HARRIS PINRPONT, M. D.
"Acting City Health Officer."
The recommendations of Dr. Pier-
pont were ordered carried out.
The following communication was
submitted by Mayor Bliss anft referred
to the city attorney:
The Dog Taxes.
"To the Honorable Board of Alder-
men, City of Pensacola:
"Gentlemen-I wish to call your at-
tention to the advisability of a change
in our ordinance taxing dogs. Under
our present system dogs are not taxed
as other property, but during the
months of July, August and Septem-
ber dogs running at large are required
to have a tax tag attached to their
necks. Dogs not running at large are
not required to have such tax tag. It
is diicult for one to determine what
the object of the law is. If the object
is to tax dogs, then a dog tax should;
be levied on the first day of the year
as are all other taxes. If the object
of' the law be to protect .-e people
from being bitten by dogs during dog
days, It is hard to see how a tax tag
prevents it, for a dog upon which the
tax has been paid, and has a tag on
his neck, can bite a person Just as
well as,though the tax had not been
paid, and he had not the dog tag on.
In other words, the dog tax is no pro-
tection of the public against that
particular dog, and the bite from a
dog wearing a dog tax woula' be just
as injurious as though he had no tax.
"If the object of the law be to pro-
tect the public the law should provide
that all dogs running at large during
the months of July, August and Sep-
tember should be muzzled regardless
of whether they were taxed or un-
taxed. If the law, on the other hand,
la to collect the dog taxes, then the
law should tax all dogs alike.
"I woqld recommend that the city
attorney be tnstructee to draw an or-
dinance for passage in this body tax-
ing all dogs within the city on the
first day of January of each year, and
I would also recommend that all dogs
running at large during the months of
July, August and September of each
year shall be muzzled.
"This would afford the proper pro-
tection to the public and would also
insure a dog tax that would be just
and equitable.
"Resecitfully submitted,
"CHAB. H. BLISS,
"Mayor."
Mayor Makes Recommendation.
Mayor Bliss recommended that the
city physician be made city health offi-
cer, taking the place of the present
official, who is chairman of the Board
of health.
Other Recommendations.
The following other recommenda-
t!ons were read and referred to the
city attorney for the drawing up of
suitable ordinances to be submitted
to the council
Delivery of Ice.
"To the Honorable Board of Aldermen,
City of Pensacola,
"Gentlemen: There is a great deal
of complaint in the City of Pensacola
regarding the delivery of ice, and the
short -weights received by customers.
"The Consumers Ice and Fuel Co.,
have published in their papers that


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Sole Agents for the Celebrated

Kraulch 6 Bach, tester,
Clutter and Other

Pl&uos.


'Uhe Matter I* & wa u-u -y at coo im an a coaueaIU uy B movig. mp
.saUinr last night jui t before adioumr* the salary be raised, bat t0
medt, by Aldermea Dlyqwurtedd, who the a=mter be referred to the '
spole highly. bct cyattarey and oloamittee for a ,enanma* 0mN ,
the Manifold datie 1tipo7e4t upon wa ordered t0O 60
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different

% Pieces of Furniture You Need
SWhy not put in iron beds? They appear so cool and
= comfortable and are always free from bugs, etc., $3.50 to
$10, and in a variety of colorings. We can supply mou-
quito bars and nets.

MARSTON & QUINA,
| 1084110 S, Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola, Fla.
rutilllllftllftftittuillf1itti lIIuii lillllllllliiiltiilllliiitfltiiiiillIll!

they have scales on their wagons, butl
when wagons deliver ice about the | NC T
it you mention scales to them. There-
fore, I would recommend that the city
attorney be instructed to draft an or- CITY WHARF LAIG.
finance to be passed by this council,
n'bking it obligatory upon all wagons
that deliver ice to carry scales, and
to weigh the ice sold to customers. Open to charter by private parties
"Respectfully submitted, for fishing trips, bathing, or other
"CHAS. H. BLISS, summer recreation.
"Mayor."
Wide Tire Ordinance.
"To the Honorable Board of Aldermen, y s b
City of Pensacola, Formerly ship's boat for Spanish
"Gentlemen: Something over four, cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
weeks ago the Board of Public Works prize captures.
resolved to enforce Section 118 of the
City Code, relating to crooked wheels.
and tire, and in accordance therewith
I gave thirty days' notice to the pub-
lic in ;order that all might provide for; Has full canopy and is most coru
it, and not work any hardEhip unneces- portable boat in the bay.
sarlly upon aty one.
"The section we find is defective.
l here are a great many crookel
wheels in the town which do con.idr-. MAX KLEIN, OWNER.
.ble damage to the streets of the citviPETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAI.
but we find that it is not because of
the axls being bent, but because of PHONES, 358 and 1070.
the boxes being worn, or the wh.'l1
being dished.
"We aso find a great deal of anxietyV
manifesteded on the part of various pe-.,
pie as the ordinance does not deter-; CAPTAIN
mine what weight will be considered
heavyy hauling.U S
"There are wagons coming from the
country hauling perhaps one thousand
pounds ot woodL whose tires are less LAUNCHES
than that specified, but which can]
hardly be spec-ifled heary hauling. al.;
;hough the vehicles are loaded with. CUPID, ROBT. L. L, NANCY AND
aood. EDNA 8,
"There are delivery wagons in thel
city which sometimes carry loads oft
perhaps fifteen to eighteen huna'red can be chartered by the hour, day or
pounds, whose tires are perhaps ani week. Terms, reasonable.
mch and three quarters, or perhaps Fishing Tackle and Cooking Utem
two inches in width, sils furnished if desired.
"We also find that landeau's arel
running in the city, which probably PHONE 20.
weigh eighteen hundred pounds, whicn
at one time have been fitted with rub-
ber tires, but the rubber tires are now CArT. ENIIE EtSuUISOW
worn off, and the wheels are now ru .
ning over our streets supported by two OWNER.
sharp edges, which are detrimental to
our streets. This class of vehicles Is
not reached by the ordinance at all.
"In my opinion the section should be
amended immediately to include allbW alter S. H0 0 ,
wheels that are crooked and 'do noti W ater S
present a fist surface to the ground General Dealer in
for any cause whatever, and to includeG
the landeaus and other vehicles whose
rubber tires arc worn off, thus pre;* rl 1 RiyldM S -t-
sonting a tire with two edges to the, iI
ground.
"In regard to the width of tires 1 n
would recommend that the Code be
amended to make all vehicles hauling
less than one thousand pounds to not CYCLES REPAIRD.L
bare less than one and one-half-lnch
tires, and all vehicles hauling fifteen CYCLES POR RENT.
hundred to two thousand pounds to -
have a tire of not less than two and Iron Safes, Cash Registers, TIpS
one-half inches. writers, Gonu, Pistols. Locks and tUh
"An ordinance of this nature will be brellas repaired.
more sattsacetory to the public, ad Lawn Mowers, Scssors, Knalv
will be easier to enforce it upon iAl eta., sharpened.
vehicles needing attention, sad will Most complete line key in in
be more just to the various parties. city.
"Respectfully submitted. Try Hlooton's Mea)5efr 'Se
"CIIAS. H. BIgBs, bwhe in a hurry to sent messagu
yo. 12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
Salary to Se increased. PHONE 1188.
The salary ef the citp attorney is
likely to be tinceato4 at an eriy date. '"
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back also; has slept poorly, been qu
nervous, and nearly fainted once
twice; head dizzy, and heart-beats v
fast; then that 'bearing-down feeling
nad during her menstrual period she
exceedingly despondent. Nothi
please her. Her doctor says: "Che
: you have dyspepsia; you will
right soon."
But she doesn't get "all right" a
hope vanishes; then come the bro
ing, morbid, melancholy, everlasti
Don't wait until your suferings hi
driven you todespair. with your ner
all battered and your courage go
bet take Lvdia E. Pinkham's V
table Compound. See what it did
Mrs. Rosa Adams, of 819 12th Stre
*Louisville., Ky.. iece of the late Ge
eralRoer Hanson.C.S.A. She writ
Der Mrs. Pinkhamn--
"I cannt tell van with pea and lnk w
Lydia E. Pinkiba's Veetabe Canpoi
ha done for me. I suffered with fm
o'Mbles. extreme latitude, 'the blui
sramm and that allg-one feeling. I'
advised to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget
'Campound, and it not only cured my =ten
arrangement. but it hs restored meto pal
ialia and str-ngth. The buoyancy of
ungber day has returned, and Ido not s
er any lon er with deapodencv. as I did
fore. I consider Lydia E. Pinkham', Ve
Stable Compound a boon to sick and saff
woaen."
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-THE AMERICAN ANGEL OF
THE FRENCH COMMUNE.
________g,___yItP iCiralf f y ltI Now that Queen Alexandra president
S PERSiLOA STEAM of the English Red Cross. is to invite
PRSAGLO STEAM Miss Clara Barton founder of the
EwIa C AEMI ei AMI .4American National Red Cross Society.
*INIGIU C U RINGR Al l to go to London and co-operate with
PRESSING CLUSI 1 her gracious majesty in a plan to
rISSIN LIB unite all the Red Cross societies in
11 North Palafox the whole world in one great interna- E
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT tional body, everybody will renew
SERIVICE. their interest in that always interest-
WORK CALLED FOR AND ing and able woman. tic
DELIVERED. The younger generation will be par- fac
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR ticularly interested In learning more ne
PRESSING, $1.00 PER of our own "Queen of Mercy." an
MONTH. E'en the children of America know lei
PHONE, 675. that Miss Barton was an angel of i.er- no
E L. REESE, M. E WHITE, cy to all the sick and wounded' she Ch
Proprietor. Manager. could reach, during the war of the ha
4-Aw:.-: .e:;t- -:.:- .*;?. *4 states, irrespective of the colors of
their uniforms. And also of her great wo
work and greater efforts in behalf of wo
E P the suffering and starving Cubans in w
Electric Park '8. i TI
But, to many readers of The Journal GI
TuSday Evenling Aug. L the article in the current "Childrens'
Visitor." written by Harriet Hobson
and Co ert and Dance Dougherty, will be interesting. It is
entitled:
SThe Angel of the Commune." B
Music by Chaffers' Band, It was during the siege of Paris, in I
1870-71, that Clara Barton and a little
This is the most popular of the reg-- band of Red Cross nurses appeared'
lat onee-a-week entertainments at the one day at the outposts, asking per-
ark. I mission to enter the devastated city,
ADMISSION ONLY 15 CENTS that they might care for the te wounded
and starving soldiers. Of course they
Every Tuesday Evening. c<.uld enter was the prompt reply, for
Sthe Red Cross workers are neutrals in
Times of war, and as such can go
; where they please; but it was several
;miles to Paris, the road was rough
and filled with soldiers of every na-
IF YOU WANT tionality, there might be fighting and
heavy cannonading later on, the night
was dark, ani' there was not a horse
LAUNDRY WORK or conveyance of any kind to be had.
SS said the kindly official, painting the
picture as darkly as he could in the
that will give you the sat- wish to deter the weary little woman
isfaction that you are before him from entering the city,
wearing the best it is whose indescribable horrors made
possible to produce, you eevn strong *men grow taint and sick.
should be sure to But there was no faltering in the
S sall white fae, or in the clear.
S 'r YW PmKlK t steady eyes; and as the man ceased
peaking she reached out for the nec-
The Star Steam ary papers, yng: er well.
i t w e ant ride in. we can walk in.
And, taking her luggage in her hand.'
Launory. Ca. Barto stated ot on the ter-
S- rible trta that hw into Pari s
7 L Garden St. Phone 114. ad at the a time ca" ed |r
straight lato the t~it every Prench
*Pe* F owasier tea bdsamseWS city-.
During the r"t o e te. a" Iege


ILLIE1 510
Removed


In One


Wcc .k., i

IEAUIIOLA
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER.
leautlola Is the only hanless prepara-
in that oImplet iy obliterate ALL
siahl bl mshes, traces of ear worry, tlt-
ss and exposure. After few aisp teo-
ns of Beautlola, beauty of youth retntnr
d age fa Is like a mantle from the fae,
ving the skin soft. clear and velvety,
ta wrinkle nr blemish remain. fOnutt-
i ir endorsed by th M1dl al Fraterniti,
hemists and Expert Drmiatologltts. I
i made faded, buto ee b aoUtuif ladla.
youthful at forty and fllty a they were
twenty, also used by men with lbh siam
inderful results. Beaustole remover the
orst eases of BROWN, LIVeR *PTb.
ItaKLbs. BL,4KHIDI. PIMPLeC
RI\KLiS. 4CAA.IL, SIALL POX PLr-
NGS and all DISFIGURING rUP
ION. Price .O oents WVBRY BOX
UARANTEKI.
For sale by leading draggitls *r sent
reot to
. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO..,
Dept. St. LOuis.
eanio'l b o.l mailedlfrt e upon requels


How Do You

Make It So

Good?
Scores of people


have


asked us about our ice
cream. The secret of it
is that we use the purest
Jersey cream, flavoring,
etc., in freezing it thor-
oughly, and in serving it
so daintily.


Kandy Kitchen 1ttfe

140 S. Paoa. Pba 99 |

M~i^B^^^^^^^^BB^BBBBB-PC


they could, and that the people must
be patient and' go back to their homes.
And they went-went quietly, no
longer shrieking, no longer cursing,
ior they were no longer brutes, but
men, with the best in them brought to
the surface by the love they bore their
"Petite Angel," the little woman who
had stood by them while they fought
horrible wounds, and later on the still
more horrible starvation.
Yes, there ace other brands, but It is
always well to get the best for your
money. Ask :'our grocer for Blue Rib-
bon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts.
Takes less. Flavors perfectly.
A Rait et O(cesmuts.
A curious picture in the Far Eastern
Review. Manila, shows several cocoa-
nut rafts in a still lagoon, apparently
ready to go to market The cocoanuts
are much lighter than water. They are
simply thrown in by the thousand and
then roped together by long strands of
bark fiber into circular groups about
twenty feet across, all the cocoanuts
lying side by side. A single native
boat can tow a number of these odd
rafts down a sluggish stream where no
road could be found for ordinary trans-
it to a steamer wharf. Cocoanuts thus
rafted will bear quite a bit of wind
and rough water without being scat-
tered.
De mt Waste.
Let nothing be wasted or lost. Us-
ing well or wasting the fragments of
time, of opportunity, the nooks and cor-
ners of life, makes all the difference be-
tween success and failure. This is espe-
clally true of spiritual work. Often the
best results are gained from the use of
Fragments of our business or daily life,
'the byproducts of living. Nature says,
"Gather up the fragments." In na-
tdre's household there is no waste.
The decay of rocks forms the soil of
plants. The decay of plants forms the
mold in which future plants will grow.
The water dissipated in the air be-
comes clouds and rain.-Woman's Lif.


lear the DmMaer lame.
In an account of a recent London
tragedy a slip is made by a contem-
porary. It explains that "three doe-
tore are in attendance, but the women
,I.not yet dead." Not ioag ago a dalti
nearly got into a libel action by sayfi
that a patient was "no longer in d6
ar. thesb Dr. s aill visiting
-LodiaGlob,. -


OF PHARMACY.

Governor .Broward has reappointe
H. H. D'Alemberte, of this city. as a,
member of the state board of phar-
rnacy for the coming four years and!
Mr. D'Alembe,-e's commission has
just been received.
This is quite a compliment to that,
popular young pharmacist. The state,
board of pharmacy is one of the most
important bodies in the state, inas4-
much as it has to deal with matters;
which affect the public safety in onei
of its most vital and vulnerable!
points. Mr. IYAlemberte took a very
complete course in pha-macy. is keen-
ly alive to and thoroughly informed on
all of the lite;t scientific developments
In the pharmaceutical world, and he is
therefore a most valuable member on
the board referred to.


Read All This


You Never Know the Moment When
This Information May Prove of
Infliite Value.
It is worth cinstderable to any qiti-
zen of Pensacola to know how to be!
cured of painful, annoying and itching
piles. Know then that Doan's Oim-
ment is a positive remedy for all Itcht.'
ness of the skin, for piles, eczema,
etc. One application relieves and
soothes. Read this testimony of Its
merits
Mrs U. Mertins. -li,"%- ~.L veac in-
tendecia street. Lays: "I used Doan'a
Ointment, which I procured at Sidney
Kahn's drug store, No. 9 South Pala-
,ox street, for eczema which had
bothered me for more than ten years.
ft was worse during the heated parts
of the year thdn any other time, and
I sufered terribly. I used one oint-
ment and salve after the other, but
with little success, and treated with
different doctors but without obtain-
ing parked benefit. When one fifty-
cent box of Dean's Ointment cured me
it is no more than natural that I should
be pleased to let others know of the
wonderful merit of this preparation.
It is a remedy which all sufferers
from. itching skin disease can rely
upon with the utmost confidence."
ar sale by all dealers. Price 50
entf. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. T,,L le agents foe the United
,Rtmenber the name--Don's--ad
46e 0o other..
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S" The 4eafl of Miss Violette Moreno,
Mr. Althur W. Stepens has return- she worked like an angel of t tre thocuh long erected, brought a shock
ed from New YbL after an absence among the stricken people, taking haer of pain to all who knew her.
from Pensacola of three and a half life in her hand as it were, day ter She was a lovely and lovable youns
years. day and week after week, as he went lhwman, modestly, almost Incomcoos-
wherever the need was greatest, never l, living as nearly her ideal as ous-
The Denver Post announces the re- faltering even when it led her into sile. Her very presence was a gos
turn of Mr. and Mrs. N. McKenzie the terrible trenches, right in the pel of good cheer and encouragement
Oerting from Minnesota, and says track of the German guns. while her sunny nature, her merry.
they vdl start for Pensacola August The love the rough French soldiers, musical voice--n greeting or in song
6, so they are due home to-day, if and even the fierce rabble, bore the -were an inspiration.
they 'come olrect. little American nurse was something ......Her passionate love for the beautiful
| close akin to worship, and as she went i iii; found eloquent expression in muste~
Mrs. L. Hilton Green and two child- her quiet way in and out among them. l li arnd flowers, and devotion to the bean-
ren have gone to Tate Springs for doing a work that an words can ever tliiyng of and service at St. Katharines
few weeks. Tell, blessings were called down on chapel, devoting her musical talent
her hea&' by lips that were familiar NADINE FACE POWDER is com- chiefly to the choir work.
The 8. S. C. Club spent a very en- enough with bitter curses, but that! pounded and purified by a newly dis Her courteous kindly spirit found
joyable Sunday evening at Electric had never before learned the use t covered process. Produces a .beautl- expression in pretty attentions to the
nd Park, dancing and bathing, chaperon- gentle words. ful, soft velvety apperace which sick, the sorrwng and the stranger,
it ed by Mrs. S. A. Friedman, Mrs. David t was after the sege, during thatremains until washed off Ladles'who to whom she gave not only cheery
or Edrehi, Mrs. Wagenhelm and Mrs. M blackest spot in thebloody history of use Nadine Face Powder are sure the greeting but generously of her rarely
ry Frenkel. The club members present France, the Commune, that a great complexionn will be soft and lovely at beautiful flowers.
n were Missesren Is- formed on the streetsone nhtclose of the evening. For eightee- months, "Miss Vio-
s rael ses Frledman e l Janet I- mob formed on the street s one night. THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. ictte"---s she was affectionately known
hem and Messrs. Max Guggenhei was a mob such as could sprinch Buy one 50-cent green package o to her hosts of friends and elatives-
e Aubrey Welland, Henry FrolichsteinI,' so lifie ull grown only on Fmench Nadine Face Powder, and if you are had patiently endured the painful re
be Bertram oleman, soil-a surging mass of hal-mad men not entirely satisfied, notify us and cults of a severe cold, complication,
Afer the festivities a light lunch- d women, he last sparkof human- e will promptly refn your money. ng so hashe had been a on-
Lnd eon e served before returning ity in them blotted out for the time Sold by all leading druggists, or mail t sufferer, ahd for a year her
eon war served before returning to taont ;iufferer. end f a yr hr
od-the city. 1 Iby the two all-powerful passions: the price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, friends have dreaded her final taking
ng desire for bread, kindled to frenzy by prepared only byfrend have dreaded her fnal takng
S Mrs. L. Walker ofGulfport, Miss., ni insttthat would NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. And y-the news that she had
who spent last week with her sister preserve life; and, failing in that, the Ad ayate 13 ay srl
es ho spent last eek with her sister savage lust forblood, which makes of passed away at 10:30 Monday morning,
me, Mrs. E. Meade Wilson, returned to aage lust for blood, which makes ---
he, hr summer home on the Bavshore mnen soemening lower than brutes. at the home of her mother, Mrs. James
ester summer hompanied by her father As the long night o horror wore Moreno, 323 West Gregory, was a
Mr. F. E. Bond aned her nephew as- awa, every house along the rout e ad shock to the many who loved her.
SM r. F. aEk Bond and her nephew Mas- k e heou s alo th rou H eiss Moreno was in her thirty -
en- ter Frank Wilson. taken by the mob was bolted and LIV Misse Moreno was in her thirty-
tea:u I a at Larred', while inside men and women, F event year, :he prime of a beautiful
tes: young womanhood and her going away
Mrs. J. George White. Sr., and looked at each other with haggard young womanhood and her going away
dat daughter Miss Blanche, left at noon eyes glaring from white, drawn faces. Special to The Journal. is a distinct loss to many outside her
d esterda to spend a month at Butler They knew what a Paris mob and a Olive, Aug. 7.-We have been hav- immediate family connection.
SSprings, Ala. Mrs. White's arm, which hungry Paris mob, meant. Ing plenty of ran for the last week and Her gentle mother, to whom she was
was broken in an accident about two The howling mass finally streamed think we have had enough for the devoted. her sister, Mrs. J. M. Coe, and
ble weeks ago, is doing nicely ana! her into a quiet side street and began bat- present. her brothers, Mr. Scarritt Moreno and
S surgen predicts that the bandages tiring at windows, shouting out cries Mr. O. X. Gonzales, mater of trains, Mr. Mansfield Moreno, have the pro-
fat may. be removed in a week or two. and curses. and then while they snarl- was out to-day. found sympathy of all who knew her.
f- e ed like wolves, the door of a modest Master Walter Hoer is. visiting The funeral service will take place
be- Mrs. William Connors, Mrs. White- little house opened quickly, and as Master Grady Merritt this week. in St. Katharine's Eplsoopal church at
ie- 'head and Mrs. Andersen entertained kiickly closed again, leaving aome Miss Gertrude Flanders of Mililgan, 4 o'clock this afternoon, and the inter.
ig a party of young ladies and gentle- one standing alone on the steps. A is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Davis. ment in St. John's cemetery.
t men at Electric Park Sunday. The wild shout arose, and stones and Mr. Carrie Tennant is visiting bee
I day was spent chiefly in the water or sticks, with a few stray bullets, pat- this week. A Warning to Mother.
on the beach and a delightful lunch- tered around the solitary little figure. Mr. D. M. Merritt, school supervisor Too moch care cannot be used with
eon was served, while with hideous threats and curses of school No. 51, at Olive, wishes to small children during the hot weather
S the crowd came surging up. Then a announce that there will be a school of the summer months to guard
Mr. R. P. Williams went to Talla- torch flared redly, the brilliant light meeting at his house next Friday night against bowel troubles. As a rule it
hassee Sunday. falling full on a small, delicate face. for the purpose of appointing a teacher is only necessary to give the child a
a nunlike dress, a snow-white badge, for the next term. AM the patrons are dose of castor oil to correct any dis-
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jennings left a tiny red cross. iequest3d to be present., order of the bowels. Do not use any
Sunday for Columbia, Ala., where Mrs. For a second a silence that could The members of the Olive Baptist substitute, but give the old-fashioned
IJennings, baby and nurse, will spend almost be felt fell o n the erstwhile Church extend their heartfelt thanks castor oil, and see that it is fresh, as
Several weeks. Mr. Jennings has re- clamoring host; then "It is our Petit- to the good people of Pensacola and rancid oil nauseates and has a ten-
turned. Angel!" a hoarse voice cried, and the the surrounding community who so dency to gripe. If this does not check
words were repeated until they pealedf aby contributed toward paying for the the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic,
Mrs. J. G. Yinlestra and children like mighty thunder through the new organ. They also desire to thank Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
left yesterday noon for the benefit of street, and as one after another took r. T. W. Harper who worked so faith. then a dose of castor oil, and the di-
the baby's health which has not been it up, the men and women came push- ful to secure the mniyj t6r the church ease will be checked in its incipiency
satisfactory recently. Ing up closer and even closer. There organ. and all danger avoided. The castor
S* 'were no more angry ahoutsa no more We regret to learn of Mrs. Blomley's oil and this remedy should be procured
Miss Ellen Swann, who has been curses. Instead every cap was off, acecdem and hope for her recovery, at once and kept ready for instant usse
visiting relatives in the city leaves to- every hard hand that was nearenough Miss Beseie Johnbn is spending the as soon as the first indication of any
day for home. reached out to touch timidly and with week with her sisterin-law. bowel trouble appears. This Is the
Sa awakened gentleness the folds of Mr. Wiley CrhroU1ne a flying visit most successful treatment known an'l
Mrs. Wells. proprietress of the Wa- the plain gray gown. here sterday. may be eled upon with implicit con
early Hotel on Eighth street, has gone "She nursed me when my arm was fldence even in cases of cholera infan-
to Pensacola, where she will start a shot off; and if it hadn't been for her, g around her like hl. Thtum. For sale by all d glts.
hotel, having sold the Waverly to Col. it would have been a life I'd a lost, Deu bless her!" said a haggard bo
Boyd, and who will move into it t nteal of a limb!" shrieked on man, all the fiercenes dying out of DALEMB RT
morrow and use it as a hotel here- brawny fellow, brandishing a hall- her eyes as they rested on the quiet
after ami Metropolisealed stump. face before her.
hEl"She brought food to my starving "And she gave me water when I lay IS REAPPOINTED
U. 0. C. MEETING. children when the bullets were pou like a mangled dog. burning up with
Regular monthly meeting of Pensa- thirst in the trenches," 'chimed in an-
cola Chapter U. D. C. at the residence other man. RECEIVES COMMISSION FROM
o the president Miss Leila Reese this d then Mss Barton spoke toRECEIVE COMMIION ROM
afternoon at 5 o'clock. All Fac ial them very kindly and gently, but very GOVERNOR BROWARD AS A
-firmly too, saying the officials were
*ENGLISH QUEEN TO INVITE m i f. lleCI 0doinr the best for the sufferers that MEMBER STATE BOARD


OPEN ALL NIGHT


STILL FREE.


On account of the rainy weather last week, which no dombt preventerl a
great many people from taking advantage of our free tooth brush offer, tha"
offer is continued for this week.
To introduce Hooton's Antiseptic Tooth Powder, we will give to every
l.irchaser of a 25-cent bottle of the powder, a 25-cent Tooth Brush freo.
Both the Powder and the Brush are gtrranteed, and if either are umsatis
factory your money will be refunded and no questions asked.


FINE STATIONERY.


We have the finest line of Fine Stationery and Writing Materials !a
this city. Stationery is done up in farcy packages for from 10 cents .:
$1.25 per box.


MAIL


ORDERS A SPECIALTY


PHONE 1100
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.


[DON'T LET DELAY]

rob you of your share in the flood tide
of bargains during our, monster



ODD AND END SALE!
WE SELL THESE NOT TO MAKE A PROFIT, BUT BECAUSE
WE NEED THE ROOM.
$3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now .................$2.27
$250 Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles, now ...................$1.96
$3.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now...............$.....2
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now..............1.Ng
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now.................$4.98
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,...............................$3.96
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ......................... $2.89
Mises', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
along and get your share of the plums.



MEYER SHOE CO.,


112 South AoX Street


COMFORT.


Fedt Fornishmr 6or mks.


CORDIALITY.


CUISINE.


I SOUTHERN HOTEL. I
Penscola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Special WeArly Rates for Table lolrd.
F. L BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jackarville, Plorida


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freely and frankly, n strictest confid-
ence, teltg us al your symptoms and
troubs. We wE send free advice
(in plain sealed envelope how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., The Chattanooa Medicie Co.,
C-tiqnoo Taen.


PEOPLE E AND EVENTS
b. omm -AM


ulmh&Y MOR~aIIM


TE WOMEN

S well and strong, bright, hap-
py hearty and fr rom pain until you build up your
constitution ith a nerve refreshing, blood-making
tonic, 1w(






it' Makes Pale Cheeks Pink
It is a pure, harmless, medicinal tonic, made from vegetable
ingredients, which relieve female pain and distress, such as headache.
backache, bowel ache, dizziness, chills, scanty or profuse menstru-
ation, dragging down pains, etc.
It is a building, strength-making medicine for women, the only
medicine that is certain to do you good. Try it.
Sold by every druggest in $1.00 bottles.


r. aUm -


see, Hm-id rnDone Among tThost V.Go0 0om
and Tarry wWomen ad Society, Heread iwbr.J


"TOU AR Z RIDSM
of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jones, qo
Gallatin, Tenn.:
"For since taldng Cardul I have
gained 35 lbs.,and am in better health
than for the past 9 years. I tell my
husband that Cardul is wurth its
weight hi god to aB suffer laJies."


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GLUTEN FLOUR!


WE HAVE JUS'f faiL'ilV A FRESH SUPPLY OF THE C:F.-
EBRATrOD SLUTNt FLOUR 80 MUCH IN DEMAND BY INVA
LIDS, DIABfInC9, AND ALL WHO- REQUIRE SPECIAL NIOUI
ISHMKINT.


8o. Cahn Co.
Tbe AWe Po4 The Store that Feeds
l76 and 460 the People.
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The Journal's Classified Cash Advertisements


SSOta Oeeh l'lu


N. advmusmen tekeas awfe ftA taO Mezoo


Spetel rates by the month.


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WANTED IHELP WANTEDr
,: cxc, hanrg large and gentle and WANTED AT ONC--Six carpenters
"w -kin... horse r poS. tate at 35 cents per hour and ten brick-
i.'-ir ;:.; Ardt'~resB8 ". L F.," Care -ayers at 50 c<.ts per hour. Building
j in 6aug2t No. 45, Navy Yard. W. C. Kelly, Supt.
I -8auglw
'AN. r--To buy o" and buy l1 WANTED-Servant girl at once for
or ,.i,: ,aron; part oaah, balance general housework. Apply 318 Wes;
A .dres P. X., Care Journal. Pelmont street. 6auglmO


For9 l. BARGAINS
AUTlO-Oly run four months. Good
as new. Finest bargain tn second- 3-room house, corner lt. Rents
hand machine ever offered. See Dr. $6.00 per mouth .............425.00
Phillips, Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm* 3-room (bay window) ood i*e.
pair, abstract ............. ..25.09
FOR SALE-A well established, good 4-room on E. Chase St., rent
paying furniture business for sale. A- $11.00 per month .........$1100.00
oe selected stock and first-class busi-j Vacant Lota in any locality.
ness in every sense of the word. Will Money to Loan in larog or small
sell with or without accounts to suit amounts at market rates.
purchaser. A fine store in a good lo- Lpire and Life Insurance Agents.
cation and an opportunity that does
not often present itself to a party
wishing to engage in the furniture
business. Reasons for selling owner L.S. BROW N & Co
wishes to leave the city. Address
Furniture. P. O. Box 181, Pensacola, 20 T eien B
Fla. Any other information furnish-. Theisen Bd g
&A itu-& I--


eu wim pleasure. oaug
FOR SALE OR RENT--Ncw :modern
two-stury residence, good neighhor-
1-ood Eant Hill. near cars. A. C. Bink-
ley. Thiesen building. 5auglw*
FOR SALE OR RENT-New 7-roomu
house at Goulding; large yard,
shade trees, near railroad, fifty fret
well and outhouses. A good barg-ain.
Apply to postmaster, Goulding, Fle.
4auglm*


FOR SALX--Upr!ght Kimball Planu
for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Guv-
erument St. 4auglm*
FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-
orour a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Phone 367. 4auglm
FOR SALE-1 show case 22inx271nx
3ft; 1 Triplicate Mirror French
Plate Glass 18x40; 1 Wall Mirror,
French Plate Glass 18x0, 1 arc light
for gas; 1 Milliner's B,:st and Head;
lot Millinery Fixtu-es: 1 heating
store; 6 Yellow Pine Tables; lot o:
atelvlng. Going out of business. S. L.
Benhai, 32 West Government St.,
Pensacola.


Six desirable buildfng lots at
Z, 000.

KAPT HILL PROPEwrnr
A Nice Home, 505 E Gadsden, 7 roots at




We Adverdte Free.


REAL ESTATE


SFOR SALE


4 room house, rents $7.00........ 600
2 houses, renting $10.00.......... 800
Neat cottage, near Palarox ...... 2350
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents
Coloeted... Money Leaned.


LESLIE E. BROOKS
204'/2 S. Palafox, Fisher Building


"WE SELL LOTS" Money to Loans

DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
FOR SALL amounts from $500.00 up? We have.
$10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
FOR SALE-(ne fine diamond pin interest. Those. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
On3 solid, doublee case gold watch, x AU Aa ul reai
with s.,,p movement. Apply to W. 11. te security, or on goon collateral
.leriwerher, 11; S. Tarragona St. t lowest rates. Lesale Broot
Sauglt* fisher building. Alju
MONE" .LOAANED, on ny and a
kince of pbraonal property. payable
Miscellaneous .ekly O r a. When you ne
money. We e. J. A. Wllse-, 22% W.
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, VA- GoverDaet itrW~ MaUablury building
LISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly room 2dee
and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's LOOAi~DU on good realt e
big repair shop. Send them down. t ON eearity a ay amount. a
29jly2w tU"O Wilso & oC
PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do aug20
tuning and repairing. Guarantee MONhB LOANED on ail kinds of pm.
satisfaction. 17 years experience. J.I @oal property on short notlc%
Conrad Scott, 244 E. Gregory. 28julm* Tenrm easy. J. W. Bullard. cpstairg
ttlit. li MAiL A, -Cio4od coovvy- 28% South Paiox St., I'hone 1144
ance for traveling public. Daily ser. 5nov
vice each way. From Chipley to Bay. U)La 'tr.p i ru .,uus oo l*uMnr rto USa
hbtd. Address J. M. Tiaggle, Chipley, go ll ki4as of Prsoal property.
L n. 24mo h anclai rates to buasoim mmt on I&rm


u", YOUNG MAN with a horse or bicycle FOR SALE-A quarter lock in New' REAL ESIAYTI
Q() ,(' No 14 S. Tarragona St. be- can and Permanent position with City, coDaining 5 lots, with large SEAL ESTATE In all parts at et.
-w*e" ";arden and Romaea St, ,and 'The JournaL Apply at once to circu- oak tre~ on same, very conveniently YTo buy the ground and we will
-a' "r -mbrellas and parasols re- lation manager. located to car line, g", and water tuiM your house on long tlme pay*
S...l pWor k m..n. E . andsw Ost.ituated in excellent neigh.- .4 I. Hale Wilson & )
-*"' work neatly doe le J C TED-A flrst.clam collector and borhood. To a quick juarchaser will TAILOIUN'O-B L Diamoad, bTlor.
S o 4 1w* '" solicitor. Apply L. O. Kauffman, Ro- sell cheap. Addreoa P. O. Box 529, eOot's clothing claaed, preserd and
S1:r: rop. u1g mesa and llatoz 8t., upstairs. City. laug2w* repaired on short notice. No. 11%
INNTMPosition, as planing mill 2auglw* FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New 1 Wst Government RL, Pensacola, F.
::..nan in yellow pine mill; 14 WANTED.-Agnts in different coun-. City. TractNo. 32. Fr cash $600. FOR, NF- OclLA D
T., xp- pellence; gilt edge refer- ties In Florida to handle Alpine S.ae Apply to A. M McMllONEr. Court HouDs. FO-ONt- DOLLa- AND F Trly
eL now employed as foreman one and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Pror la"ug d r E owa, i ewr orde
c* largest planing mills in Ala-' Safes and Valt F ery 00 TO TURTON tr a ses u a 18 w Iten la. Herring
bh:a :,il want to get back to Florida. description. Write W tor terml. CMameras lae% aad loaded frm Broa. tHeb
A:-- Planing Mill, Care Pensacola Sarrtt Moreno, Pensael Fla., Flor- of ch.rg H. e a bet pho|l LMAKtEL
tau it ida State Agent. 28jue. grph to e **th. i2 years a lad. j. POTnR, s.atlmaker, 716 Souta
--A N. 7 Any tnteuigent person may earn a*or 1U Pal .z .teet.l ,Orders take t or
S:.RS WANTre at o. 1,t West orronungw oPop nrno for news.' PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for tents, awat~s M eU tos anl d hous
... Street dt. tauw ppes; o cavaMselug; xperi.ene sale. Standard aites. Prompt ship. as et. Prices -easo abe. lJas
uT.T o n -r nneessood arY 8td for plrticulars. mint. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla. I** -
.I ANTEW-TO buy an ear, good Northern Prea SWdicte ...oe.poltj .."
-W in Pensecci orinC Sa in.S UR . t- 22Jlylm* F09f 'ENT
R >,- ,e 'b sh. amN.Y. te e3m FOR SALE-Combination horse, 1
Soule, Mary Ether. -Santa years old, 16 hands, sound and gen* FOR RINT-Lorraine House corner
o-h :Lury, Fla. 21jb 'Is A l t1e. Also registered brood mare. A ,ne and Belmibt street. ,IAo l
.. ..2 Im E. Hlnman, Century, Fla. 6J1y ,W. S. andel.d.A
W A.\ TD.--Any girl in need o frtend- C enuryla. i y W. 8W arfeld. 12ju
.:; Lelp, advice, etc., will nnd lFOR SAIl--Beautiful new mandolin. WALL TINTS by experts: results tOR RENT-A 7-room htuse on Bi
rea a:,d willing asisiance by ap- Fi cost ($3.00. Very cheap. 12 guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone Bayou; Turnished for the summer
p. :.e : The Matron o: the Saivatiom; Eat Oovernment S, Bauglw 45. 1!julylm o wate front; larse yard, hade
Ar on water front; large yard, shade
A-rm Rescue Hoe. ::-d St. and ae- FOR SALE-3 Barber Chairs for sale. FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine trees, wide veranda, servants' quar-
n:, E. B.rmingham. Alk. dh. 609 S. Palatox St. lauglm* young mules, sound and na gocd terms, excellen ~.eltborhood, near car
SANED-Th Merchants Tr w r condition. Also one 2-hore Stude- line. Will rent ceeap. Address 497,
Tc D wa youTr .s and .i. .A- 1lis pewrlt .I baker wagon.W. S. Garfield. cune are Journal. OJ1y
A., :reakae puarante ed B. T or- in fi Re-al Esae Ac l.. FOR SALE-cOne Choice block on top FOR RENT--OfLce room with show
aea. Prop. Phone S7t. 1J unelB Te Fisherte Ag ug of t1e ridge east of tbe eleotri iandow. Apply at. 34 Palafox.
WANTE-To buy for cash. a few s1R ALI -fouth .ha'f block 211. railway, between 7th and 8th street 1* 171yo
'AreTFb o A bu eca atin, a aew fvnting 400 feet on th street by' Nature has favored this section and It R five-room cottage
sock. S'ate price. Address J. L. ..!137 et O BDay View Park; also cannot be daplcated. A. V. Clbbscr i cler mt ottae
care Journal 13june2m south half of block 213, fronting 400 CHICKEN WHEAT produces th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
Feet on 14th St. by 137.' feet on Bay Makes fowls especially well flavored gallery l2Juiy
WANTED-Your electric work of al View Park. The only property adjoin- The cheapet food to he fosnd, .
k.i, Let us clean yourta r.e Ing Bay View Park that Is now for Me!!en & Co. Phone $34. oI aFOR RENT.-Residence lately o>
pai: your dynamo, do your wiring, etc. sale. The beautiful view down the FOR SALB-At a sacrifice frnituro coupled by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W.
Pbh'e ;70. Pensacola Electric Co, bayou and dowc the bay can never be store, stock and account. Call at LaRua street. Apply to M. Cary,
corner Intendencia and Baylen streets, obstructed. A. V. Clubbl. 30Jly 328140 B. lUtandeaclf. Iga 43 S. Palafox street. 7june
Ijunelm. I .. A ,t _-1Q--o. hS.. .FOk RENT-'-weaty-room house, cor.


.. CO. FOR SAId CHRP--My three-year. lot, bl fro Pal ot
SMORA1SSO & CO. received another old Berkshlre r toar, Duke t 192 tecar ilero For prtlol
i.pnment o imported pure olive oil. Florida, No. 68,92. Also some fine q o Standard oloth .fa
U( t + retailed in gallous, half gailos_. quire of Standard Clotbi n
S- railed in gallons, hal gallons young pigs. 1 rx-montasold boar, all 2 an
: quarts. registered y ad transferred. Carl Set- --..
.,--, ............. 'terlind Chipley, Fla. 18ly FOR .ALE-Second-hand caSbh tUta-
SAN FE.U-Th-- people of Penbacoia te'lind, Chipley, Fna. 18y i perfAt ct condition. cWlll rgi
t1 cease worrying. Let The Joursna FOR BAlMA--Im lorida State Agnt cash o or, time. A real bargain. Can
Wa: Ads solve the problem tor yosa. for Fire ta Burlr Proo Safe and be seen at James McHugs's timca
T.; are expet detectives, ad c Vak n tXtres of all de ription DO YO1 want to buy or sell a It.I.?.
fic tbe tmany.ou are lookl g for it nnufacta e by Alpine Salfe s I A little want ad Wll bog epa4rn l
he : : loaded to the 25,000 or 0,~ck C of CSclci, Ohio A "ltte a ct Ia too mamlawmt
- ..' L. the popular on oa Communicae wit me forprices and to delay.
..I.a. j[terms before bartag elsewhere. Scr
WANTED-Haullng and tras er ritt Moreno, Pensacola -a" -
work Ottce phone 363. Residence 8Tn Ji aOal A
iptae 31N. Acosta & Whk, t22-28 N. TH W T 1 L WIOOD YARD ca D COR
7Taarona. 3ib supply pee with-stem.t Wed blocks GR ST AND CORn MEAL MIL.L
-ipra s B-y "wo ~Wlth w Week block% J. GONZALEZ & CIO. Pr0PG,
w#ANT1tC tO r JW O .n oacak wood, au w oo. mpe knots, or Manufacturers
ecii Pensacola and .. Cac klal& gh= 1 s18" lst. C. CHOICE MEAL AND PURE 6 UNQ9
Ctuoa., which will shortly appr. Willinms. p rLWNI St.. ad STOCK FECO.
WBl anutain aalf-toe nplctrea of city, talswm. aalyla Ty yder me tie aock ft tri
harbor and pedal eeoWe. 1 cents FOR SAIZ-'iesh better, cream, tebo home manufacturer,. enouragirt
leave orders at Journal e oso sweet milk. ad uttermlUk. ds- bomo Industry. oontribute to obme
-INT -~--Be~d-ad Cor, Oat livered at say timae lo I y. No. 405' labor, md lease rpor mo9ir 1* pt
an~ cotton Seed meal sara Out Belmoat Ocet. Pheme 7Jlylm ety.
tct shipments mnicited. Write aI. -
F B Mellen & Co. S a ar chr
R & BINGHAM want. y.sir a orti


Uc Ikau mu He guarItem all ba
t= Phone GM.

.e Arubk e wanted We oa*
SIt.L Address P. & BmK i .-y.

THE RENTAL BUSiNUMBS #6
tir.tyty sad your ki A wi
Dbre careful attestWo D. Bale kVU.
et & Co.
a: :1\ WANTED-Young lady,
: l ; ion as temograpbher
or country towL. Co-
i"'.n figur.s. References.
- ; U S.. care Journal. 83lylm*

LOT
;- "l',nio-andum book or pocket
S ard for return to W. C.
l:>can-.bia Realty Co.'s. Gaud
h -"y of IS. same Alfred B-
h:., small scar oat e LLft
*.5 -"'" July i1, pmmsb ew N-ll"
',o work Notify MlWtI L
''" i~L Heia"ewg t, LIm ls.J
4J. I


For Rent.
North iI "IO W 10 rois. l.o.wo
NoSmrt -tim w - omm..Iow
7164", yIsWb a .....- -.--...o
Cottae on B b hore ........ .00
0 Nq4th 67rg ................0
HrOe mTr pweie Wharf .... 0 m
. n 31 et MON11M .............. moo
314 tast 2 0..............W-0
105 Eaf efilan ............. 17.50
4 a Caimh ................. 10o
m Wtft MalM ................ 1UOO
DweIlit NSeW sta~Y rts....... 0L0
MONet TO LOAN AT THE LOW.
KST MAMCI T ftATS OF INTEREST.


-i4


nor Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Applyf
to Mrs. J. Moreo, 216 East Zarrt.
goa rd. 36mfnd

oarmd Roomrs.


FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
electric light, phone and bath. Large
front room, with bay window. 10 N.
Palaox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2augln*
kOOM AND BOARd.-Delightful lo-
cation on bay shore; boating. hatb-
Ing and fishing. Inquire of Mrs. C. C.
Herman, at iesbervllle. 8iuntlI.
PATIBS who want to resa bosau,
tasa or anythlag als e or toa
mtqr., will fld The Journal Wart
A- great help.
1itY OTMiL--pen night and day.
uropean pn. Rooms lgt sad
clean. Transient trade ol ated, 575.
579 Bouth Palafos. Jo. L. Nicolas,
onr-* Cev.


ervvw --- W- 'aw
oana. The New York Lo e Co., 204
Soutb Palafoe.
0ashmam's PawmShea.
402 S. PALAFOX ST.
MONEY TO OAWAN ON IIAMONDS,
Watches. Cbalin, Rlnas sad all kinds
t collateral security at lowest zatse
Interest BarSalna l to redeemed
pledges '.-
1 flANN to lon, in amounts of
I111111 0n n OA -_j vin at 7 ni Q


LET US FURNISH
YOUR

ICE CREAM


kING UP


Besse's Ice ream Factory
PHONE No. 1104.
Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona Eta.
CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
QUANTITY.


PANAMA

HATS
CLEANED, BLEACHED AND
BLOCKED, at the


SI WVVV ouvv.u u up ai i anld OL E RULE I l
per cent. interest. Those. C. Watson,2 .om e MI
&.aCo. 6augl LIMERY PARLORS.
S1 32 W. Government St.


ProfeWssial Directory.

DR. R 0. UCKNoR,
SPECIALIST
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Pflmt 7/4 V. Palafox St.
OfMo Hours: ) to 12 and 3 to 5.

PATTILLO CAMPBBLL,
Attorneyat-Law.


Ream 406


Thiesen Building.


.WO& PBLWvY,
LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
:PHoNE 650.

SP. STOKES,
Attorwend Counsellorat Law
1 Eat Government Street.
General Law Practice.

*eQ@ SDOUVILLE,
ATTOANEY-AT-LAW.
Reoonm iO Thleen B'ld. Phone 74

WELSH & SMITH,


MNT1STS.
Fisher Building, 204'/a South
Street.
fPHQI 5 625.


Palafox


niR. JAM. I. TILLER,

Roem 8, Br D kding. Phone, 8.

9-------
F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Omlce B.rosaaam building, aest
to Peasasesa stButess College.
Prompt attention always given
to butines. Pensaeolk. Pla.
4 -4--,----


GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

Merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. B. Thorsen, Prop.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 978.
P. O. COX, 67;.


W, B. WRIGHT & CO
Manufacturers of
and Dealers In
LUMBER. LATHS, SAWED CYPRESS
SHINGLES AND KILN-
DRIED SAPS.



DR. YATES

will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August

22nd.


For Rent.
818 North 7th avenue ......... 800
211N 9th Avenue ............ 10.00
2-1
STORES AND OFFP ES,
3185/a South Palafox, uptairs
mitable for club or off,
706 South Palafot
207 Bast Gevemment.
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW-
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


cb.A

FWHERREAL ES TA AGENCY Y

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TO LOAN.


DAILY SCHEDuLE .
For Steam Division
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY CO.
Trains leave. Ptnsacola tor the Little
Bayou, Big Bayou, Warringteo,
Navy Yard. and Fort
Barrancas at-
7:15am ar fl. Barrancas 7:35a8
9:50am ar Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:301a
3:50pm ar Ft. Barrancaa 4:30pmi
6:15pm ar Ft. Barrancas 7:00pmi
*8:10pm at Ft. Barrancas *8:50pa
*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8: 00am ar Pensacola 3:40pa
11:00am ar Pensacola 11:40m
2: O0pri A Pensacola 2: 4pm
5:15pm ar Pensacoum 5:55pn.
7:00pm ar Penacola 7: 4pa
*9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:4546
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Electric car wili leave Pensaco!a
every hour from 6 s. m. to 10 p. m.
inclusive, and Saturday night only at
11 p. m., and leave Bib Bayou for
Pensacola very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
and so on until 10:30 p. m., with the
exception of the first car leaving Pen-
sacola at 6 a. m, which will, on re-
turning, leave the Dig BahM at *:I
a. n, and the 2 p. m. car will leave
Big Bayou at 2:40 ;. nm.
The above is the week day seftedu
which will begin 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 train
from Fort Barrancas.
The steam trains will run as at
present, but will observe this eldetrl
car schedule and wilI work Ino onneo.
tion with it.

Pem cel, St. Marm$ u
i9f Shtamhi O
TEAMRM TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLASS PASSNGOER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Betwe --
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN.
DREWS, MILLVILLE.
And all points on St. Andrews ay
Carrabelle and Apalaehiloea.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 18:23
1z.. for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, 8:30 p
m. for St. Andrews, Millville, Ape.
lac-ncola, Carrabelle and intormedla
points.
For additional information appiy )
J. IL SAUNDtR.
E. R. COBB, PrFedemg
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Act-
Pensacola, iMa


Pabst


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equal
Sold everywhere.

S.A. Friedman
Wholesale Distribut
Leader in Laotld Vloe
nd ULquonr
PHONES T7I
31 SOUTH PALAPOX St.
rISNiACOLA. F A.


GULF CITY


Cleaning &Dye +

Works
MEMBERSHIP RATES S1O Pan -,
MONTH.
ZLadle and Gents Cs-thla dsm -
died and repaird. ood cale k-;
A. ;. P. N L

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No Man


Enjoys Life More


Makes his livelihood more easily or pleasantly than the
an who has a productive farm. He is his own master
and reaps for himself and family the fruits of his in-
dustry. He is free from the worry and general cares of
business life. ana' in a great measure the city folks de-
pend upon him for the necessaries of life.


We Have Some


Good Farming Lands


tht are productive and can be had on easy terms.


Pensacola Investment Co.

w. a. EWlU. Pesis It L lIred. ffer".
J. L STRIUAU K -4"- M IIGO .r. NUmS EES, Y1sWW.
1Soi ffift mul no bev &NNW"
215 Sough Patofex Street, Pmmea..Ila, florida.


We have $10,000.00 whioh we can loan in amounts from
$5000.00 up, at 7 and 8 per cent., according to s!e of loan.

FOR SALE
One story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at
$96.u0 per year ........................................$ 600.00
Two dwellings on large corner lot North Hayne street, rent
at $135.00 a year ...................... ..........$ 750.04
Desirable *piece of Water Front property, lot 365 by 160, includ- ,
ing wharf charter. If sold at once ............ ....$8006.00
Two dwellings on West Zarragossa street, good renters ..$1250.00
70 acres ow land near Powelton, Fla., convenient o railroad..$ 260.00
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Sta-
tion ..................... ............ .. .... ..... .. .1200.00
Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100, near Pal4fox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once .... ..$6000.00

Special Advertisement
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

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


NORTH HILL PROPERTY.


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Snagging wife, a furnace to-morrow's trading. The receipts Or
That won draw, or re were 1,418 barrels, and the shipments to G
WHAT IS Mr L. S. Brown, Manager, co ton draw, r ererse 1.619. The New York market was Gi
collar button are dmwbacks tod1486
Pensacola, Florida, a man's morals an a mellow oted dull at 3,55@3.60. 16
SDear Sir disposition. Ho
I. This is to acknowledge receipt of But a Shirt that doesn't fit A ttle orethouht may save yo Pom
It Is the *check No. 20588, of the Mutual IUfe does more to rack o end troube. Anyone who makes P
SInsurance Company of New York, for system and make mental d a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colc, New
$2.000, being the full claim held by Ed- moral wreck of him thanall t Chand le and oDiarhoea R ctne y at Q P
SL TT E win C. Dansby's estate, proofs having the Other troubles put togths sale bykna is to be a fact. For P
LI|TTLE ;been forwarded the Company on the The only redeeming_ sale by all druggist. So
LIT E27th of July, 1905. This policy was about a bat Sht is nsth*it its mor
barely two years old.easy to get rid o an stay rid NKRUPT e
& I cheerfully recommend your good of It. We have plenty of d BANKRUPT SALF
TE company to those desiring safe insur- friendly, obedient, peaceful of stpck of P. De Lano. bankrupt. Nor
SI NimS and prom ttl t-me lt. Shirts that a man learns to owe Sealed bids will be received and the
SSiMgnidAer ly, fort the pleasree and stock will be shown for next ten days.
iA dlLer. tL D.& R, thCey give him. C. F. Mobson, Receiver, at M. & 0 "don
SAm. i C. y. "dThe new patte s are ie4 Clothing Store. 6aug8t
M M S E E C handsome. Come, si=mu the
ME88ENGER SERVICE. cream while the stock t ~,,s Ux A Jane
5c CIGA -- 50c, $75c, $100, + 1 .
Walter S. Hooton Adds Important *TERSELY TOLD 0 CA"
S Feature of Hi Bicycle t o---- BUSINESS LOCALS. *
TIE BEST THING Walter S. Hooton, general dealer in H.
t icls, s i etc.. at No. 12 E.,
STHIE MARET. Intendncla, has jnrt added an impor- W hy Pay More? endrix & Carpeater wl .frnish
Stasnt feature to his bcycley store. The -Hendrix t Carpenter will furnih I st
'feature consists of a messenger ser. esti mat op bsldin g and pa n it ,
vice, which mams that at any time ad give perKSon ttn Ol to4 worL timo
of the day a iaple dfil of phone 1133 932 E tron, and 8 st N
a messenger will be at your door in a H ie AMSeNlU et. l'
Lew is Bear short while, and will deliver to any *e ISO I McKinre Oerting & Co., wholesa
part of the city aj message, letter. CASHC and retail ship chandlets and rocers, A
Spackase or arsyting Aele at a very onlC Afrst-class botse of the kind P"
Small cost. Thi will no doubt be a 7'M It Fair -rioes to an
Coe great oeavenienee to the public, who PbO 2n7 an Fair price to af Si
Shave to ssend paages or messages in Why use inferior paper, when j red
a hurry. Walter Rston, like his CNbAhm d ual Bodd, r each U r i 1
brother, ack.e a ~ and .m i U or Crae7JISDo"atd at C. -I
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A Drlelw's Worth for a SKioda
.P..| iLACHICOLIITHE rIHSIIT

UN H WA165 AU "-"C""' "- '
aing NORTHERN I Card HOW HE
Also a ful line of Velca
,and oys paper and Kodak l...
ORDEDR whyTake a Kodak with yHs
Di-tinctiveness is always a andl make pictures f
quality belonging to Suits tem your friends, family or,
the "Oki Reliable." The tail- the places you visit.
ortg is first-class, the material c- F es o t r on New Kodaks $1 to $20. Interstig Eibiti nf Mosqih
is first-class, the l B.i. -O'Alemb_.'s
iafrtalass, e Aplachi a and COE'S BOOK STORE, Br's
Fit anW R. r untion 235 .Pa r fi St 'c 0ig stt
123 Phone.
The Quiney Times has the followpngi_______ Poe___
relative to the new railroad -eing qan-1 -- Herbert IYAlemberte, of D'AeI .
structed north trom Apalachicola: berte's drug store, has on ex bIttion
n Those who some months ago were:: there a very interesting practical ex.
more ch doubting the seriousness of the officials ample of the rapidity of deveopment
Oold ou ak for more o the lahola Northern to build TUaPENTINE Stetyof lo
a guarantee makes this a safe the road from Apalachicola are no I and the fecundity of the Mosquito.
sto ttd whether you vi o nas a McMillan Bros. Co. 9c much interest enters
are a clothing expert or know having good grounds to lay aside that i at this time.
are a clothing expert or know doubt, and fall in line with the more
thing whatever of good clothesll in line rom the r" Mana, Yesterday Mr. D'Alemberte procured
nothing whatever of good clothes confident. Newt "from the front is Man factrfrom a stagnant pool about a quart of
architecture Yu ill be sur- to the effect that a large force, on MOBILE, ALABA A. after, p ed a r
summer Suit at $10, 12.50oodness of ourand stantly increma!ng, is at work leading, covered the same with a cage mad
o15 w Summer Underwear ou:t of Apalachiroa, and has graded a out of a mosquito bar, so as to prevent
a15. Hs Summer Underwear considerable distance over the line of M A R KTS y moquitoeafrM ettingeitherIn
ad Hory. uncertainty. At River Junction an-; K E T S or out.
--- other force is working in the direction o The water now is filled with hun-
of Apalachlcoia, and the right of waya reds of tiny objects which as they
IO W nire the incorporators of the company Savannah, G&., Aug. 7.-The naval They are there in all stages of develop.
n W ere really short of funds when the stores Iarket closed to-day as fol meat from the egg to the wiggler and
Outfitter to Men and work began, at were only working to ows: the wiggler to the mosquito and they!
OutAitter to Men anad Boys create a little attention that the neces- WW ....................... 5 10 form a very interetln study
205,207 S. Palafox. sry funds might be Yorthcoming. it WG.....4 5 .. doutInth.......thereare a lare
~*ems that such is not the case, and:................ .....5doubt in this Jar there are a larle
E.ems that surh is not the case and ........................ 4 40 r.tmber of the stegomyia faclata, or
Phone 225. evidences of a triumphant finish are N ... ...... .... ...ver clas of moqultoe al
now clearly apparent. M ........................ 5 yellow fever cla of mosquito, al-I
enow clearly apparent. K. ......... ..........4 15 though they. of course, dco not possess;
-- MB^ ---- M K^ Despite all the work that is being i .4 i^ any of the yellow fever germ as they!
done on the new road, there has been- I .. .... .......... 4 12h any of t1e yellow fever germ as they
nothing officially aid relative to bring H .................... ...... have never bitten any one having that
nothing officially .aid relative to bring. "ee Ho f jmy I
ing the road to Qulpcy. although it is G ...................... 4 disease.
almost a certainty that such will be .
the case. Iti true the Quin people .................... q 50 to 3 b5 Nothing on the Market Equal to Cham-
as a whole haven't exerted themselves' .................. ...... 5B s C C a
to any great degreee in the matter of; C............... .......... 35 Diarrhoea Remedy.
Securing this nes line. but to their Spirits Turpentine, 59.4 to 60 cOts. This fact is well known to druggitts
Credit, it can e said they stand ready! everywhere, and nine out of ten will
at the proper time to look into the New York Cotton Futures. give their customers this preparation
Piano H ous matter and at the same time, do al in' New York, Aug. 7.--Cotton futures when the best is aekel for. Mr. Obe
their power to show the officials that'opened quiet. August 13.34; Septem- Witmer, a prominent druggist of Jop-
the line will meet with a most cordial ber 10.40 bid; October 10.55; Novem- l.n, Mo., in a circular to his customers.
reception here and will be liberally ber 10.62; December 10.65; July 10.71; says: "There is nothing on the market
patronized and encouraged on all oc- February 10.76; March 10.81; May of- in the way of patent medicines which
We can save you money and satsy casions, fered 10.87. equals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
you if you desire a fist-class Piano. It has been clearly demonstrated by an Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel corn.
New Pianos from t100 to $600. the officials of the A. N. that they New Orleans Cott" Futures. plaints. We sell- ad recommend this!
Be sure o see :he Baby Piano- wish no financial aid from outsiders; New Orleans, Aug. -.-Cotton mar- preparation." For sale by all druj-
smallect regular Piano made for young, that they have the money necessary to ket quiet. August 10.36 bid; Septem- dris.
and old alike. $100 to $175. accomplish their purpose, and this is ter 10.45@10.47; October 10.54@10.55,
It will pay you to call or write us. certainly all the more commendable November 10.55@57; December 10.856 BOAT RUN DOW N;
on their part. What they want will 100.59; January 10.67 asked. D0 RI U W ,
made known &tter the road is com.-
TUNING A SPECIALTY. pleted, and that is patronage. Of, New York Cotton Markt. TWO DROW NED
course, upon entering a town, they will New York, Aug. 7.-The trading In -
PHONE 476. want to know just what they can ex- ;he stock market to-day wasu on-
Iect in the way of patronage from that spicuous for the sharp advance ln a By Ass6lated Pre.
CLUTTE R & RUSHIG town after the completion of the roal.; member of specialties. The Interna- Portland. Aug. 7.--Owing to a want
L & which is but a business proposition.; tinmal Railroad stocks were neglected of presence of mind in at but one of
Quincy will be right in line when this; in the absence or orders from London, twenty occupants of a launch whicn
12 L Government Street. proposlton is presented: `o thoroughly; here the stock exchange was closed, had collided with a rowboat, twq of
In line, in fact, the oflcials will not bej and showed small and iLTegalar ad. the three occupants of the rowboat
PENSACOLA, - - FLORIDA likely to pass us over. vances. Canadian Pacfl cad Slose. drowned within a'few feet of the
No one denies that the entrance of Sheffield Steel rose 1% and Chicago launch. The drow d were Fred Stef.
a new road from the west will be oti nd Alton, Atlaztlc -oast Line, Pleas. fetiee, aged -), at Y4 sister, Mhde,
great advantage to this cty and it is ed Steel Car. American Smelting, Lead eaed 16. The launes and the row
t an admitted fact that with the water snd Cleveland, Cincilnatj, Chicago and boats were traveling the river in front
outlet promised by the Apalachlcola St Louis rose large fractions. of the city after dark .and the launch
Northern. it will provide a most valu-i Influential parties participated .e bit the smaller boat which carried no
able additift to our present mode of; rally In the early rise, which orfp l. hght. One man sezed tTVe third oc.
Baylen and Intendencia. transportation. ated In a handful of specialties that < -pant of the boat, Miss Ltllie Ther-
Speaking of the new road, the Apa-1 have been recently buoyant. A Me kelsen and dragged her aboard. The
S N Fillin m Pr t lachicola Times makes the following from the large orders of the Uniid ethers on the lunth were so excited;
.h oa Tia m es hefolwinte: i States Steel stocks, the accumulation that they allowed the boat to drift
MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL Three locomotives and several flat rt other points was not large. The away without attenipting a rescue.
TRY AND GAME If: SEASON. and box cars have been r.urrhased for granger group generally was quiet, but The two left in the rowboat had been
T- N d(liverv to the A. N. at a date in Aug- St Paul and Union Pacific showed frenzied with tear and their actions -
FREE DELIVERY. ust. Thi locomotives and cars will be some activity and fractional strength, capsized the boat. After struggling
delivered at Apalachicola. Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis and helplessly for a few moments they
PHIL JONES, MANAGER ;Omaha gained 4. Atlantic CoastlAneSTA drowned in plain sight of the then l
PHONE 895. They Appeal to Our Sympathies Sloss-Sheffleld Steel 1%; Chicago Great powerless people on the launch.
Tihe biiious and dyspeptic are con-i Western preferred "A" 1%, Louisville.,
s.ant sufferers and appeal to our sym-' Iake Erie and United States Steel 1 to ICE CREAM SUPPER.
* <.? .':-,.-Ai fsr. /iK pathies. There is not one of them, 1%. The young people of the East End
'* however, who may not be brought Baptist Church will give an Ice Cream
* I back to health and happiness by their Advance In Spirits. sulpper Wednesday, August 9. corner
V' EEse of chamberliSns Stomach and The Savannah News of Sunday, has of Aragon street and 10th avenue. Ice d ,14
Silver Tablets. These tablets invlgor-. hc- following: In apite of the shot cream, cake, lcmnonade, soda water, -url
*ate the stomach and liver and tradingg session yesterday spirts of etc., wil be served. 8aug2t den
.t rengthen the digestion. They also turpentine made another small ad-
i regulate the bowels. For sale by all vance. The market opened firan at 8~ a easily cleared all from the Al
dR N T druggists cents, with ale of 398 casks, and g. caskf T
..osed firm. a 5. .. cents, with ft marKet. The receipts were ;3.52z casks, Tri
EET OR -and the shlpms s 799. The New York
RUN IN F E JAPANESE TORPEDO s market ws quoe w ar ted quiet at aNdvance Al
DESTROYER LAUNCHED. Very small and the demand in the late ndon reported 44-7.
OD THINB ,. .The rosin ;na.rket opened firm at
STokio. As. ..e p do b prices below, showing declines on
d e IOyINe. rAug.7.-The torpedo byit I pales and advances on some of the BL
destroyer 0YaNo was successfully Tlower grades. The sales were 2,851 Spea
Launched at Yokosuka to-day. Her di- t T ild barrels The close was r d un.
Smenson a armament are smia Shirt Troubes changed and without additional sales. seu,
If you have never had It, Io the class of destroyers now in the In the latter market Co.
you should, by all means, o In the latter morket session sbsolte Co
try it. If you have al- urse of construction at the navy Cured Here ly nothing was done, all buyers being Ca
reaty tried it, of course. altogether out of the market for the vans
you are still using it. time being. A. the result of this tte Dt
SA L FTTFR day's receipts will be carried over into to J.


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GOOD SHOWING.


According to a stattament submitted July 26th to the Board of
Directors of The Equitable Life Aswuraoc Society, in spite of the up-
heaval in the company there has been an increase in the income tor
the'first six months of 1905 over the co.respoabding six months of last
year o more than TWO MILLION DOLLARS. While, as might
have been expected, fewer policies were issued the past six months
than for the first six months of last year, the Company makes a re-
markable fine showing considering the tribulations through which it
has passed.


Equitable's Financial Report

for the First Six Months of 1905.
Asse Dec. 31, 1901 ................................................. 413,953,020.74
Assets June 30,1905................................................. 421249,272.79


Increase during last six months..................................


7,296,252.05


Income first six months of 1904 ....................................$ 36,412,327.38
Income first six months of 1905.................................... 38,799,138.19
Increase in first six months of 1905 .............................. 2,386, 81810.
Policies issued first six months 1904,65,592, assuring.S166,129, 321, 00
Policies issued first six months 1905, 61,083, assuring 150,706,993.00
Assurance in force Dec. 31, 1904, 564,594, policies,
assuring................................ .... ........ .. ..... ...... ...$1495,542,892.00
Assurance in force June 30, 1905, 583,554, policies,
assuring..................... ........................................ 1,526,434,739.00
Increase in assurance in force during the last six
months, 18,960 policies assuring......................$ 3941847.00




Knowles Bros., Gen'l Agents,

First National Bank Ruilding, Pensacola, Fla.


E. D. Anderson


DIPPING NEWS
Arrived Yesterday.
ermine. Aust ss, Hreglich. 2614,
Tampa to Gulf Transit Company.
bkomis, Am sch, Sperry, 245, Car-
is to order.
Cleared Yesterday.
berta, AunI so, Ivonich. 257, for
ste, with 2GU.000 s ft sawn timber.
Sailed Yesterday.
berths, Aust ss, for Trieste
VESSELS. IN PORT.
Steemahipe.
akemoor, Br s, Bruhn. 2408,
Zi to Pensacola Lumber Co.
runo Menzell, Ger ss, Frederick-
New Orleans to the W. S. Kevser
irtba, Br ss, Johnson, 541, :a
Sto Export Lumber Co.
tlcie, Br as, Harrison, 1285, Faro
A. Merritt & Co.
acia, Span ss, Ruiz, 2122, Tampa
ull Transit Co.
stav Adolph, Swed as, Sjoberg,
, Sydney to H. Bars & Co.
naiewood, Br as, Jorgensen. 1263,
aron to ora'er.
ensacola, Am ss. O'Leary, 1086,
Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.
leenswood, Br as, Neville, 1694,
m4lphia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
perga. Ital ss, Gustavino, Balti-
e to GuRl Traneit Co.
elelfora, Span ss Bengoa, 291',
rpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
caina, Br as, McArthur, 1408,
olk to F. 0. Howe & Co.
idson, Nor bk, Knudaen, 771, Loa-
to order.
agellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
Ifo to Southern States Lumber
loase tas bk, Garr 802. to C. .


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lower death rate, lower xpe rate. and bhtrh
t rate theb any company doing business in Flo.-.::.
1id be easy for you to decide the reeL

L S. Williams, General Agent.


Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention gven to all orders, day or night. Ageats
for Jame McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber ID,. a3so
Chains of all descriptions.
Offee Phone w2. PHIL WITYMAN, M;r.
ResidenCe PLone 1029. P. O. eax 121.


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