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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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THE WEATHER: Showers TLhurs-
T ,,ay; Friday, pertly clouy, I
'.hti south winds.


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NO. 192.


RECORD OF CASES


WIfa RIPteslllk RECEPTION TO


LIGHT MORTALITY

pectled Dring Present rsitatiu
of the Disease.

PUBLIC INTEREST TEMPORARILY
ECLIPSED BY DEATH OF ARCH-
:BSHOP CHAPPELLE OVER-
WHELMING PREPONDERANCE
OF CASES STILL BELOW CANAL
STREET-63 NEW CASES.


By Associaed Pres.

\ .v ,-.ans. Aug. 1.--'he
. Board of Health
.;),k lo-night is as
\. to-day, 63; total
,. .,-ia;. 7; total deaths
\,. -wi. 12; total sub-
S,,- U;ier treatment, 265.
-* i;;iier treatment. 265.


H.
4


TAFT


Inz~aC


NO VERDICT IN


THE SANFORD


CASE


Jury Still Out at Ten o'clock Last


estic--Furnished by The Associated Press
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY RHNING. AUGUST- 10, 1905.


Poor Old Parson ckefeller FIRST MEETING OF


PLENIPOTENTIARIES


AND


PARTY


Faction at Army and Nay Club,
in Manila, Most Brilliant in
History f the City.

THOUSANDS ATTENDED, INCLUD-
ING REAR ADMIRAL ENQUIST
ANO STAFF OF THE RUSSIAN
NAVY TOBACCO PLANTERS
GIVEN A HEARING.


By Associated Press.
- Manila, Aug. 9.-Thousands of per-
sons attended the reception given to
: Secretary Taft, Miss Alice Roosevelt
* and other members of the par;y by
* the Army and Navy Club to-night.
-, Rear Admiral bnquist, of the Russian
*c navy. and his staff, were present.
* The reception was the most brilliant
.I in the history of Manila.


S.0.... .."...-' :-*,* During the morning the party in
!automobiles inspected new Port Mc-
-,, Aug. 9.-Public inter- Kinley and reviewed the troops. In
"i"" l ever situa- the afternoon the tobacco planters
.al yelo fever sit were given a hearing, Senator Scott,
S-..--* ai temporary eclipse t of West Virginia. acting as chairman
n. expected announcement of the meeting.
r'. .1.: ,)f Archbishop Chappelle.
' :e- rdi-inlgushed victim of the
. e. A -hough the venerable pr -
he most assiduous atten- B llA D OFL FET
I -iit. counted agsAaIt
S a h. therefore. while gen- U L
i, is not considered to
S ,,pinion of the medical I lll
w : ith good care and
i n: the mortality is un- -HBUD L
S :. ,avy during the present L
*: P: ~. fir men there is little
archbishop fell a victim
,during a brief visit Wkch Will B Slubitted to the
S.'r "! ishop Rice, on Cr- C Acil-i sed
from an insect which, mE -l Aske m


S :,, '1:o his residence in,
1 ; .'!Ui. whieh Is not far
' "'. *-r: nr\ i:if'i ed.


For $65,000 for Expenses
During Fiscal Year.


"" "* ,i (f eases is a;ain;! I -
al. irase in he Night-Judge Opposed to
h:'h:- Th. increase in A special session of the Board of
.... a result of the Public Safety was held last night, New Tril.
when the budget for the fiscal year
:('.: :.i.ral conto. was prepared and will be submitted,
", ,' and from a to the council. -Chairman Ingraham By Aocid
. "', i.. ,n h'r disin(lina- presided. and there were present Ro Ga., A. 9. e r ..
S' , i-'-.,, to make Mayor Bliss and Messrs. MeGaughey, Rome, Ga.. Aug. .--The jury in the
- ,' k White and Oliver. Sanford case is still out at 10 o'clock'
ot The budget was taken up and an es- to-night and it is believed there is no
Srv., :n:: pr,; ltrance oftimate of the expenses of the police ope for a the present
) 'nui. iiorv C'ana' treet and fire departments maoe. The in- oe o r by the
S- n.whertr hi g;. ," from crease in the value of property, popu- jury.
o he a u nationn and the territory to be covered Judge Wrigh: in an interview with
of the au hor: caused the board to ask for increases the Associated Press this afternoon
in a number of instances. stated rhat he could not tell when
SThe police department was first"
Stake up. Marshal Schad asked for the would call the jury in for inquiry
two more mounted oicers, one addi- or whether he would declare a mis-
lCi i.I tional patrolman and a day captain, trial. He stated he would like the
S llUiand this caused considerable discus- present jury to reach a verdict, and
sion. At present there is no dayv cap- that no mistrial would be declared
ain the cputy mahal acting in hisdeclared
stead. but it was the idea of the mar- very soon unless he changed his mind.
shal to have him do clerical as well as He is opposed to another trial on ac-
IS Ipolice work. The marshal is not pro- count of the ccst, and on account of
vided with a clerk. but in this manner
Sthe deputy marshal could be of much the fact that almost evey juror In the
assistance. The board decided to county has heard the evidence pre-
recommend all of these additions to sented at the tal already held.
the department.
The members of the police depart-I
ment, through the marsha, asked forSpRIOUS TROUB
an increase in salary of $5 per month. TROUBLE
e ad Nash e esThe board decided that per month
To Ct O This Fassufficient pay did not grant AT RIGA, RUSSIA
To Cut Out This Featre the request.
For 1905. The Fir Depar tl .
It was decided to ask for an increase By A-sociated Press.
i in the pay of members of the Ire de-
S.m. ont rising them 5 oper month. St. Petersburg, Aug. 9.--Rumors of!


NOTED PRELATE


SUCCUMBS TO


FEVER


Archbishop Chappelle Passed
Away in New Orleans Tues-
day Afternoon.

ALTHOUGH EVERY EFFORT WAS
MADE TO SAVE Hit LIFE HIS
PHYSICAL CONDITION AND AGE
MnADE RECO. v ERY FROM 0rI8.


Secretaries of Both Sides Give
Out Statement Relative
Thereto.

FORMAL MEETINGS

Will Commence To-day, With Two
Sessions Daily.

PROGRAM OF FUTURE MEETINGS
FIXED 80 FAR AS FORM IS CON-
CERNED-NO BUSINESS OF IM-
PORTANCE WAS TRANSACTED
AT INFORMAL MEETING HELD
YESTERDAY.


. .. .. By Associated Press.
EASE IMPOSSIBLE. Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 9.-The
RAis.ian plenipotentiaries, through
Secretary Nabokoff, issued the follow-
By Associated Press. ing statement to-day:
SAocThe first meeting took place this
New Orleans, Aug. 9.-A sudden morning. M. Witte, Baron Komura
change in the condition of Archbishop and Mr. Takahira and one secretary
Chappelle culminated in his death at on each side participated. The pro-
12:50 this afternoon. The news gram of following meetings has been
fixed so far as form is concerned. The
brought a profound shock. He was meetings will be twice a day, morn-
taken ill last Friday, having returned' ing and afternoon, and the Informal
to the city three days before from a convention will he given to the press
tour of Louisiana and announced his after being agreed upon by both sia'es.
.o ...a ... Records of the proceedings and all
Intention of aiding in the efforts tu documents will be compiled in both
stamp out fever. English and French and the French
He complained Friday of symptoms text will be accepted as evidence in
of yellow fever. Physicians were im- clase of dispute.
"sDelegates attached to the plenipo-
mediately called and the case diag- tentiaries, who did not assist at the
nosed as yellow fever, meeting to-day and will not assist to-
Archbishop Chappelle was stout, morrow, will in future be asked to
fl blooe d p six ye take part in t conference only when
full blooded and past sixty years of the two parties shall judge it neces-
age, under which conditions the fever sary to have their opinion on some
is always alarming. The best of med- subject before tne meeting "
ca.l talent and nursing was pressed' On behalf of Baron Komura and
..r. Takahira Mr. Sate handed the
into service and every effort was Mr Ta Mr. ato han th
.following statement to the Associated
made to fight the disease. Press:
Steady inroads were "mrief, lowev- "'Wo-day's meeting was informal
er, and yesterday the patient was And for the purpose of settling the
method of procedure and in that meet-
found to be in a serious condition. ing it was decided tnat the formal
There was no improvement this morn-, meetings will commence to-morrow.
ing and the patient showed alarming The meetings will he held twice a day,
signs of weakness. Before noon there morning and afternoon. No serious
n a g c t business was transacted at to-day's
was an alarming change for the worse meeting."
and physicians were unable to ward
off the end.

TON L Evr EXONERATION OF
BURTON II/l LLIIL Iunn n ii


FOR CONVICT


CAMP


MIATU I, n,


BLISS


Recorder Laney Held that He Was
Taken to Camp of Varn Bros. to Acting as an Official and Net


Commence Serving Term of
Eight Years.

BR 1tb i-in wiz B ti-;t st jrdsa taken


as an Individual.
The case of Mayor Chas. H. BlissL
who was arrested Monday upon the
charge of having dynamite stored in
the city limits, was called before Re
border Laney in the municipal court


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ODiln nnanr
- WILL INQUIRE INTO L DUl
S DISASTER AT A.-BNY. I
Albany, N. Y., Aug. 9.-The -{ il
"- collapse of John G. Moyer's
" Company department tore, n l
' whihh resulted in the deah of IL
'- thirteen persons and he )tob- I
' able tatal injury of two others,
; will be investigated iy a spe-- -l
- cal commission.
*- When the searchers an llll
nounced this afternoon tie be- %
*e lief that no more bodies wre in ;n
Sthe ruins. Mayor Gm~ caled a -
" meeting of the heads rf tle city :Instructed that G 0
S departments and decided o ap- *
*X point three non-residdnts two Y- Pouches Mnut RBe
-; building contractors and me a M-s
civil engineer or actitet, to Snm Man
* inquire into the cauie t the MoIIIe Malll
* disaster and report where to |
" place the blame. -
.i By Aaeoclated I


ELECTORS'. LIST


APPROH[D


TO-NIGH[

Council Will Meet toRceive List
of Bond Eicion
Voters.

The City Council wil Ipld a meet-
ing to-night for the ptptse of going
over the list of qualifikl electors for
the city bond electionwlich will be
submitted by Register Go. S. Hall-
mark.


no, p (pular excursion; pLML. & ----.. IUnless your city tae have been
t'.: ato. S. louis or The captains will thus receive $55 per serious trouble at Riga were offcially les ci hae be
e- vear over the:month and the regula men $50. The'confirmed to-day. Twenty thousand paid. your name will i appear on
h and Narhvilh. board also placed in the budget an this list and Youanvot in the
.. and Nashvilhl. b dtimte fora ced hook and ladder men are on strike there. Many of the this list and you ca. tvote in the
S. ha , r raduc. 2 tim feetor new hose. and for strikers are anxious to work but so- bond election on Augfs,22. If you
S,1: he cr true 2euipmenft of all trucks with lad- cialists deter them with threats of have any doubt about); ur qualifica-
n Nhe ft t as der Eight new horses for this o'e- murder. It has been reported that tons it would be well you to see
in New Orleans. ht for there is a sufficient number of troops
-: ,lanra has been es- apartment were provided or. at Riga to handle any disturbance Register Hallmark to-kt so that you
,..a\ .- a;es against Will Cost 000 arising from the strike and a regiment may be sure of your stfding in the
SThe board estimated that the total of cavalry is patrolling the streets. premises.
'. 'ih patronage came cost of running the police and fire.
an( an a-rae portion of departments for the coming year wil,
\ (crans and other; be about $65,000. Of this about $31.-
S as deemed ad- 000 will be placed to the credit of the
Sa: empty to run the ex-1police depLartInt and about $35,000
Sh an order nas just been to the fire department
.Le local passenger of-: The budget as made up lat night B E O N "De r no time; s have
will he referred to the city council;
c usual to run the excur- and that body in probably turn it T I 0 Especially n ad and ans
: the latter portion of Au- over to the lfance colmtEtee for a
h year large crowds have, recommendation and for its lacorpor-
Pensacola. ostg to the action in the asnual Laget all de-
, rates offered pW~rtmts.


MUST


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ve n m ent
Moved in
er.


Press.


Washington, Aig. 9.-In a manner
intended not to arouse combativeness
on the part of inhabitants of cities in
the yellow fever districts where local
quarantines have been raised, the post-
office department 1l instructing rail-
roads having -mail carrying contracts
that it expects government pouches to
be moved with as much dispatch as
possible. The railroads have been
'given to understand that the depart-


- .. I. Iur onfl wa~ A


ment expects tnr manl to oe moved in to the convict camp of Varn Bros., yesterday morning, and resulted in
some manner, if not on passenger where he will coiinmence his lengthy the mayor being discharged.
trains, then on freights, or handcars or term of eight ye trs. He left the couni The mayor was arrested upon an
by any other mreans that can be adopt 'ty jail yesterday. after.-noon, in com- affidavit made by John Burns; who ob-
S t e be s t b o pany with guards, and in a hackljccted to the dynamite being brought
ed. It is believed no objection will' pas d through the city and out to to the city or stored in the truck
be found to tih, transfer of mails in rhle camp, which is located near Mus- house. It was for use in draining
quarantine dist,'!cts If no attempt is coigc. eIutrher Pen pond.
made oy the railroads to discharge Another prisoner. A. DeRoy, was The recorder after hearing the emm
als,- taken olt at the same time. The decided that .Mr. Bliss had not violat-
passengers at quarantine stations, latter is to serve nine months, having ed any of th 1 :. laws, inasmuch a
a------ pleaded guilty to grand larceny. He he had ac.' an official and not as
was a former bluejacket and made individual and i.i a'ing so was aet~a
G. .O P. TICKET away with alxut $45 belonging to a in conjunction with city boards er
Greek. for whom he was working. the good of the public health.
"IN ViRG1NIA Mr. Burton was convicted a short
I VI II time since of forgery and uttering VCR RF UGI S
fcrged paper, and Judge Beggs gave VER REFUG
hir. a sentence of four years upon
By Assoclatad Press each charge. Owing to the fact that
Roanoke, Va., Aug. 9.-The Repuh- there were several other informations I COL
lican State Convention today named pending against him, each containing
the following ticket: about three counts, the case was not So0cial to The Journal.
Governor, Judge L. Lewis, of Rich- alpealel to the supreme court. Denver, Colo.. Aug. 9.-The yelbl
nvnd; Lieutenant Gqvernor, W. P. The prisoner is well e. cated, an fever situation in Louisiana and along
Ktnt, of Wyteville; attorney Gener- expert pennian and draughtsman, the eastern border of Texas and Ar
al. George A. Rivercamb. of Rocking-. ad isi also an engineer. I ansas has cause' a veritable exodus
ham; Treasurer, Jchn Acker, of Ruck S',vecral friends called upon him at o: Sluthern residents into Coloraio
in..ham; Superintendent cf Public In- the county jail before he was taker, within the last few days.
struction. J. N. HIarmrn, of Tazeweil: out to the camp and bid himn gccd- Colorado climate is such that sO
Cf.'mmissioner of Agriculture, K. V bye. disease germs of virulent nature ca
11. E lqebura, of Florida. possibly gain a foothold. This fact i
iaA 3i|/f R AS p.;ettv well known in the south, with
SIANNIVt RSARY ,the result that every train froni the
south and east this week and last
I OF COROi TION has been loald:I with people who weo
Of C RU lN.lUIO fleeing frrm the vicinity of the Infeet-


By Associated Pres.
Portsmouth, Bog., Aug. 9.-King
SE:ward celebrated the anniversary of
his coronation to-day by reviewing
Ithe combined French and British
fleets,


1ed districts. A large part of them
came from Texas, though Louislansa
'Mississippi, Alabama and even Teo-
nessee and Georgia are largely repro
sented. It is estimated that there af
more than 3,000 people in the cei
this #eek from the immediate nsL.
borbood ol the diaessa distrie.


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is always read by nearly all
the people.


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What Tom and Pete Found-There.

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themselves for the meaLt The Tom bent
over the sprir to see It be might sip
from It with his lips. As he did so he
was surprised to see bow deep and clear
the water was. As he ly on his stomach
examining the spring be suddenly noticed
a dark-looking tunnel leadlg off from
one side of the spring's Wall Itto tbe
solid rock. As this tunnel-like opening
was on the side of the gptheg next the
high side of the mountain Tom at once
arrived at the conclusion that It led into
a cave. All above them was an Insur-
mountable ledge of rock 'rising perpen-
dicular. It must be that within this
ledge a cave opened Its mysterious cham.
bers. The opening from the spring was
small, not measuring more than two feet
square.
"Come here. quick!" said Tom, sum-
moning P'ete who had gone in search of
a large leaf from which he might drink
spring water. Pete obeyed and was soon


*yep, there's the Magcl Sprig deowa a pleee," the old man u*-
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the Idea of ending gold already made upa
into dollars. "I wonuld't mind lulggu
home a bunderd dollars, would you?"
"A bun-derd? Huh!" And Tom looked
pity ngly on Pete. "Why. boy nilve.
weUl Ig home a thousand-maybe a bl-
lion-dollars A hundred won't be a
drop la the bucket. You Jest waltt"
So Pete waited till the next day, when,
ong before sun-up, the two Iboys s t of
toward the mountalns with rifles. ammo-
itioo, some cold cornbread suit polled
ham, and a spade. This last-n:lmed
article they picked up from nnder a ledgb
of rocks, where Tom bad hidden It on
the previous night, for their purpose in
going up Into the mountains was to re-
mai a secret from their families, It wa.\
supposed that the tboys were golig atfW
aqu rrel and 'posnum.
Now this spade hbd been "cnenked"
from Tom's father's wooda lt for tih
purpose of digging after Ir v. pots flll.;
with wealth. If the) were C n carrying
such an Implement the quest;ou of Its
possible usep wold Ib rtosed. S4- this
plan huad been resorte.l to that secrecy
might Ie- Itinured.
As they trudged along Pete asked
-Way didn'tt the owners of the pots of
gold come and glt It after the war was
over?"
"How could they when they was dead
and burled? answered Tom by asking a
,iu'-stion. "Not many of 'em llvtel after
tuin' In front of cannon for four years, I
reckon And as nobody but themseires
knowed they had hid It there, how could
anybody else go an' git It?
It never occurred to Pete to ask Tom
how the seret of their hiding the gold
in the mountains hb:d reached his ears.
slice no one but those now dead had
know of It.
"Now," said Tom. "I've always felt
sure that there's a cave up on the sldle
of this mountain If a fuller could only
And Its opening. It was nlways in a c:rav
that the treasure was hid ia deep holes."
Till noon the two boys climbed the
mountain and peeped Into every crevice
between the rock. boplng to find an en-
trance to a cave. At last, tired amd
hungry they decided to sit down and
rest and refresh themselves wlth a bit
of food. "Wish we could fnd some drtik-
I- water" remarked Pete, who was
thirty. as he spoke they both heard
water trickllin over roca nearby, being
led by the souod the boya eoon came
upon a moat welcome sighLt There. hid-
dea partly from view, was the prettiest
pfrg of clear. cool water. Reading seats
on big rocks near the spring Tom took
from a newspaper wrapper their simple
fare and spread It out.
*"iuass we'd better do like the bones
do-eat first, then drink. We'll have to
use our caps for cups."
It did not take the bow lo i to detour
the portion of food they had allotted


on his *nees pcer balack Into the .-:iveri-
like opening, his evs ltlid ni-::th wivld
with wonder. "-Where do you rteckon
it leads to?" he asked.
"To a cave," repfled Tom enltlly.v "Au'
In thnt cavr we will ltnl a pnoto of h:;l -
sure as ny aunum's Thliois Anmlirew
Longg"
"Btut the pnsane Into It Is -. of
water." exclai:lntd l'ete. "We can't .v in
Il--cian we"''
"We'll drain the water off." said Tom.
"Wha:t clso did we hbritg Illve sl:ile for,
anyway? 1e- thbe I.wer eti; of tihe
prling Is mostly i'!av i:and 2ani:ll sttein's.
e u'can lear inwayy tile stlllsi In a1 Jiffy
aulll s t't to i;lgx.u' mI deep tr:'i:g h Into
the (dowln'u-il sh!er of lhe spl'rilim wnll.
Thle winter NIIat rlli lout :iianl ltl ,ovetr the
.stee-p la;nuk. lien the 'ave 'litrn:iu will
Ite emliilethle of wat'lr :ia:d all wer'\v go, ti
do is to tgi t donti in tli spring :aiil ir:twl
In.*
"Sure, tlht'll te tle way." agreed l'ete.
.4int led's line It drink hIeoro we git rid
of the water. \\We II feel pretty itry Lb-
fore It rilns ini naghi. I rI-"vkon."
I'etet' s bSllg' lolon wen foliov.eol alnt Ithit
Ia ly drau!; tlteir till of the Ilt.eit w\t;llr -
so' they tholught- they had ever tn'-l.)
Then they set to orLrk with n!I il:'l
light at clearing away the tone :anl
brulsh from the lower side of tle spiriir.
As stoun as the space \%-w ce!P'redA the.;"
began with tie sp(nlde, taking titr:nia;.lit
at llgglna. l'ar into tle nillit tl.r two
IwM s w orkd i il;l did not timid tl.'e labor
fa-ti iging. for :mA not there a roev.-anr
wvorthl while jus ilt inside thrt grim I-d.ge
of rock over Iheir itends': I.it w!:ei a
streak of dlnivn appeared l ii the .:::t tihey
threw vi the Spadei sn(d pr,-l'ire.l r to
r.'st and snatch ai f hours' se!ee:. They
had dilg tih treirli so dt-eepl t ihnl already
tlhi wa\t'lr waias rutininn m olt uilch faster
t!:an it was running in. I Wihiln in holiir
the spring waonll tle emptv. y several Inchel
lelow thl. tunnel-like opening just opislte
the place of of olti. In the coiirh-a of
thrlr dlgrin" they lind dlseovtPl tll tihe
slprii n \was let7* frrou the ,ottomi. iisnte:il
o! from Ithe trlnel. i, ich thely lad fonred
inilhlt he the souree of Its A v\nter. 'll
Infrnmatio i wasr most pir-:lsin, for now
they knew that the opening tu tie cave--
11 'ave te the w:as wouli be dry and lit
; -asS through.
lurrie:lvy eatiri a bit of their Ilunceon
they Isay dwun and ilept till lihe notinlja
Isn. fitII In their eyes. awoke them. "Ill :'
cried l Tom. rubblnK hlis eye. This laty
work won't do. Come I'ete. stir yuar
stumnps lively! Le's take a pet.p at oiur
tunnel."
To their de!lght the boys found the
water so low tiat access to the tunnel
was now possible. Quickly divesting them-
pelves of their outer clothing, they dropuled
luto the spring and peered Into the little
dark openlns. which they felt would lead
them to such wonderful discoveries.
"Now." said Tom. "I brought my kite


AUTO ANXIALS FOR THE CHILDREN.


those "to t. mmal autanpear9 rest*.on p a Sbbt
theou tm enuhai=r
soes se amme saUmmu wt alord muea amens.
ubmt so I" 9*UoWILr


i t
line along to tie around (y ankle-onef
ed of It, yu larw--a4L the -l r around
something outal@e. o's we can't git lost
tn the eave. Too know lots of people
have been lost in eaves and tarved to
death-many $Imes." Pst shuddered.
"luh.- he gritedL "Wd'"n Wlnft so
slcb experience."
"Nor we don't have It so ft as Thomas
Andrrw Loan l leading' the- e-pl-dltion,"
asserted Tom, with a wtie shake of the
head. as he tied one end o, the string
about his ankle, and the other about a
huge rock lyig at the outer edge of the
spring. Then he dragged bti body through
the small aperture that led Into the earth
through sold rock. Pete followed Tom
and soon the two found themselves some
10 fert from the little doorway they had
entered and through which onty the dim-
meat light penetrated. "Sa, I'm power-
fll glad I've got some matches tied up In
a rag In my cap," said Tom. "1 knowed
we'd need 'em.'
Just then they efme to a sharp angle,
around whlct they crawled into total
darkness. "Wew !" whispered Pete.
This Is a. dark as a pocket. Let's have
a light."
Tom took the box of matches from bhs
cap and made a light. The dim licker
from the match showed the boys that
they were In a flrst-clasa cave, high and
dry. Opening from the side were dark
recesses which the boys supposed were
other chambers leading farther Into the
earth.
"What did I tell youth" asked Tom
proudly. "Well, I guess hot! leit well
ind more treasure here than you can
shake a tick at. But we've got to git out
of here and hide our tracks till we find
out whboe ground this la What work we
do must be done by nlght. It would be
awful to go this far an then hare some
body elA e come In an' claim the cold."
They crawled back through the little
tunnel entrance, and after quickly drewo
Ing themselves they began to undo all the
work of the previous night by filing up
the outlet for the water and covering the
signs of their work by hiding the new
enrth wllh atones, dry leaves and dead
tree braubes. This work kept them busy
till late In the afternoon. Then they be
gan to look about the neighborhood of the
cave for human habitation. The barking
of a dog ld them orer the mountain aide,
the distnuce of half a mile, where they
caine upon a mountalu hut. eted on a
fallen tree trunk was an old hermit with
face overgrown with long beard. Tomt
and Pete advanced toward the old mau,
and Tom. bowing fpectlly. asked at
they might get a darliak of water there.
The old hermilt pointed to a spring near
the door, were the boye refreshed thom.
slves by means of an old ouster can.
Therl Tom remarked i1 an off-hand man-
iner: "You've got a nilce spring up here.
Any others round here on this tiuouttain?"
"Yep. there's the Magcl pr ing down
aph.ltc'." the old man answered.
Tou andl PIete ptretended Isuprlie. "Oh
that so? Where 'bouts?" And Tom looked
llaterested.
"(hb. down under that big lede." o*.
t.tinlied the old man. Then he puffed t
llrt pipe ui1d became unm mmanlenntiv.
Itut ro lprpisctd mUore qI'estlous. "l-o11,'t
reckon there's any cavpe aonut here. e.h?"
And he rlylr winked at Pete. who grinnel1
Ie!hind his hand In a knowin- way.
"VepI. there's ione whopplu' 1! one
:oV'ir at MagI c R Srng." the old mina .tn-
swertl. "But It s full of rattlers ntil
wl!delats. lUelWide nll thet It' ha bnted."
Toiun :lmiOit garped. I'ete felt .-oid
sh liver rainlliig upII hM spine nnml chilling
the roots of his hair. Pete ventured a re-
inmrk. Lii a wenil vole.:
"Is It cert;lit It's hantrdl--an' full of
r:t ;lalrs i'" widheats?"
"mtr,'." the old nlman replied with a


V J

De' little Squirrel-ly Squirrel.
Allln a whlrl-ly whirl:
L'pin a tree-top so tall.
Thbf to the ground like a merry-go-round
He arts, but he never does fall.
uml on his feet. in motlou so fleet,
itls yes shining bright as a dollar:
He krollae about, In tree-top and out
For le Is a Say-hearted fellow.
Ulveibim nuts nand good weather
Andbe doesn't care whether
The l-ord swiftly moves or stands still.
He 111 asit on hind feet
And luttonously eat
Till ias tomarch so round has Its fill.
-TIM TUCKER.


Stela, The Little Heroine
an1d
THE WAY IN WHICH SHE SAVED
TWO LIVES.
BY MAUD WALKER.
Golen-curled Stella Grnson aged 10,
and br little brother Rollbble, nadl seven.
went but one July miornliig to hunt for
wlid lowers. As the eaniuds portendedl
rain tiey carried their granilfather's big
green kmbrellan. knowing tflt In cast it
were *ed!rd tey both wouilddnd shelter
underlt huge. cover without fear of get-
ting wt.
Acro4 the broad road there stretched a
pnstunr lich skirted a pretty witaded
creek. )n the banks of this little stream
grew n profutlon of meindow llosmoins,
such Safor:il1 inot lie foirinl elsewheree oil
lhe pr:n'!les. Tlils Impoture b-Iloniged to a
tii-lihl'oli fannelr whlo used It for grnz-
intm; iim t I;l;e the cattle lihad lpeemi tlurn-i
epl luto tthtller paeture nerros the erreek


and Stellr rteca teretd that b* hed ot
seen the sig aet ere lsoaid the bar
bed-wire Inclosure for a long tme.
As the two children wandered along the
bi read looking In vain for posies, Stella
conceived the idea of crawling under the
pasture tence and going to the crereb
banks, where they could soon fl their
basket with an abundance of lovely wild
roses, sensitive plants and dalsies As
Robble never questioned his sister's move-
ments, but followed wherever sbe led.
the little couple were soon under the
barbed-wire and beaded for the creek
banks, which lay a short distance be-
yond.
"I s'pose we'll not need Grampa's m*-
ber-ella," said Stella flndlng it a burden
to carry through the high weeds and
grass. "But I guess we'd better take it
with us for If I hid it ever so good under
the weeds by the roadside somebody
might come along and carry it off."
"Yes, an' Grampa would never get over
It If we should lose his fine big mlber-
ella. 'cause It's the biggest one In the
country," said Robble, looking admlrlegly
at the green article In question.
They bad advanced some distance Into
the pasture when suddenly over the top
of the steep bnnk there appeared a pair
of sharp, white horns: then came In
sight the head of a great red bull. When
his eyes fell on the two children they
flashed with rage and wildness. He
switched his tail. gave vent to a furious
bellow that seemed to shake the very
earth, and, with his head bent, came to-
ward the terrorized little ones with tfr.
rible speed and fury, pawing up 'I:e
earth with his hoofs.
Stella and Robble turned sad fled as
fast as their little legs could cary tbem
Hobble screaming witn all his might, nut
Stella with face white and lips cor-
pressed.
On, on they flew through thetangled
grass and weeds that mpede their
progress, the awful anima gailning on
hem at every bound. Robb e dropped
the basket he had been carrying, lut
Stella grasped tightly the huge, green
umbrella, dragging It by the handle an
she ran. Hler eyes were fixed on tbe
barbed-wire fence only a fewynrds away,
beyond which was safety. With a slinent
prayer that her little brother and she
might gain It before the bellowing bull
could reach them, the little girl gathered
all her strength for the last effort, call-
Ing oult to Hobble to not Ing. lint for
dear life's sake to use all his power to
reach the fence and roll under to the
other side.
Just as Stella's prayer seemed about to
he answered-for the fence was now nl-
most reaeh-d nnd the bull was still some
yards behind them-Robbl-'s foot was
(caught In a tangle of weeds and tbe lit-
tie fellow was thrown lihedlong on his
face. Stella whirled and ran back to him.
She could not leave him. although death
stared her In the face. Now the bull was
almlnt itpou them. Stella could teel ct.
hot breath oil her face, hear bin short
snorts and enraged breathing. She felt
that all was over. In less time than one
roulil count five all these things had nanp-
pened. Stella rushed between the bull
ind ilobble Just as the beast be:nt his
hend to raise the little fellow In the air
on its horns. She did not think of her-
self hie --only thought of her detr little
brother who still ciront-hld In terror In
the ;:rasi. Whatever prompted her to do
:is slh did sihe could never tell. but as
she dllsheil between Hobble and th-" hbll
Flie suldd-lllV thrust the rent. green uum-
brella n thie east's fae-. ranti-ni It ai.
she illd so. Th- act was so sudden, the
urnlbrell.; ro liliu-iimse tlilat theu lhll took
right I:st:ntly. and. whirilng round, he
lashed hack over ihi" prairse :ias if a
demon were in pursuilt. Awny he went.


1ere "swell" 1.


As soon as vacation set In Tom and
Pete began to lay plans for a three or
fr days' hunting trip in the Blue Ridge
Mousoafta Not bunting for "game." as
/om declared, but for "treasure."
I M y, Pete, there's a load of gold
hid up yeader In them amoutains If a
seller could fid t. And we. us and co.
have got to be the fellers what uncovers
the col." So spoke Tom to Pete one
day before starting o their quest.
"But how do you know there's gold In
then meantaln?"' asked Pete
"W'y. I've beard It mid that before
goln' to the war a great manly men
turned all their property Into gold money
-money, mark yon-and burled It In old
Iron pets n caves. Now, whure are them
caves? That's the question." And Tom
shook his bead mysteriously, winking
one eye slowly ao If laying: "'1 show
'erW to you."
"Ie's us-you an' me-go nnd fnd a
pot of It." suggested Pete. plea.sud with


Don't for Boys and Girls.


Oh, on tlthy new thr

lo nriwliig twilnl': n h iis eve that tlhe lin.'1
did noint Inte, Thtt's whir I hald Ihai I SI.
ritranlre cliosedi n with 'solld roelk an So
ltnortor. All the rnttler., w hldleats :t;i1l
laiwooki wh:lt' uIn their will xtr v tlle're I
r -lkon.. Illm' h iei wlit's ot nt ill s.iy otit
or go III through tlhe sprlitg wnt"r."
"WV'y Is tlo'rl'-- I eani w:,s ere :'n-
nther w.ny of getlttl' IIn: the it tliliugh(li lthe i prlin'?" nskedl Tot lfi hs 'y.e
wvid".
"Yep. till I abet It tup," deelinred the Tlll
,ol l lla n, ". lict a tialn ,('11111mm ll' i-e tC it n t i ::ml
try amnil go Ill through tleP sprilni--io tlih falryi :
story goex-Ulid tbhe iatok wlit rlm lie
pine'e lldni't relish an ntritldr so they hna. pri
pltt plilePn I the water so that when the sernm ;t
11an: drank It be died. tIs Msaid that hbin lll
skeleton lsts in the left-hand ,corner of t
thie lig cave. But you've gqt to hnve a centrl good Ilcat to seM It ly. Ienastwilse I of ttlhi
hadn't naver drunk any of that water.' ordered
"W'v, what'll It do to a feller 'at lias
drinked ItT" cried Pete. suddenly. Ininm- DIsp
lulnig lnvs were darting through li a-wIwar
!to:naeh. wiith tli,
"Oah. notion' after the first drInktnl'." a .hri
aliswetred thet old man. "Buit if they iresisti
ever rome back and drink of it the see- ifore' it'
ond time they'll all aldead on the spot. a" It
You see. If a spook mee anybody there the far
It waits till he's gone away; then I't stoolpi I'a'otfr'
down and a.ys wgme funny words over Celt)--t
the water, caloi the rattlers who wiggle IWlf-nsim
their tails lu it and--lresto!-the water's blindneq
as pixen as piten Itself Is pisen. Then If It Is
thile feller o-umes lack and takes a sip IInton'sis
It's all nigbt with him, and don't you small ai
for"it It."
Te old madw ut his pit p to his mouth
and liegan to puff away.
Tom looked at Pete and mid: "1 reckon
we'd better be off foio bhoe."
Pete returned the look and answered:
"I reckon so." l tbeir haste to be off
they forgot to ay good-day to the permit
who at watching b* ko as they ran
down he mountalnas with t heid r
over their asouldefa. Th ald left the
spde at the cavc A fna It.cte mlle
pTraed on the old man's b bIskee face
as be muttered to blaielf: g aue they
won't pester me by try td opn up
that pesky caT vere y soEi I can't be
bothered by huas crittefs ranila' round
In my ldvicinlty."
As ToUt and Pete sde ,idM track
for townl om mdid.: "it live t lit hole
I'll dMnak a gallon o Caster ell to tit rid
of that pn. wa tr." "
"If l.lve to Pt hobm," atPted Pete,
out of breath with runatL I'II bet you
I never go hentin' treasse bid nl ole
pot_ anymore, so I wo't':
1.1h0k the sO l_| im IN q 0K.1"
mid Tom. a Et ii t O r
fair. "It's the attJler d hats what
red = off. If a-nraa Intot m
em we'd a-ig gd m & aUIIO apiece
Wbt yo we woe l t
Bu to doate elm-llaet


Pen't fintllt rn-ir warlilty pow e I;Slo1in
ninl! solnin prstl;:ep I:,folre p'tor hilrldren
who, ar' f( "rcl it lrve iiumnlil. Iltline,.-
lher t'itl -ti""y wonitll ocm-llipy better posl-
thi'n were :t In thelr power to dol o.
Iouto't liieuh at their mlsfortiunt.s of oth-
ers. i tu turt to ridicule ilitmotlur chill'
i-tueifllty. IntllInr. of tntoflret n a 'enrse
of birth nmid tho child so handlln-pprld
shonlnd rous your ndeept sympalt.ity ail
ir,-elve froil you nly nai-ltanil-.e It i pos-
l'llI for 3yoi to rrnider.
Ilin't nma!h; Ilr!it of anothlir'sr dtl;sflle-
nirtits. The- illli who I;ntit go tiiroulgh
life with n linirlip or c:'oaed yes Is truly
.1li oil,j t to *llclit onir pity.
)Do t desltry life wali'only. Kill no
b'li'-mia'ie lirel. In* '-t or nilinaiil for tlie
inrre plieafl.e I?l of tlahng life. Crnml
Ioys andl t!rll are ltillkied by thbfr fel-
hloIi. and grow up to ie uusurc'essful men
ailil wonm n.
Don't nIu:tnke arroganr of manner and


A RIDDLE
I hare a fnre with nose and eye,
Yet never smelled nor saw;
I have a mouth and lips and eh' .
Rut bare not got a Jaw.
Sometime I'm gay, sometlnies I'a I
But I own I cannot fetl.
My dearest friends may laugIh at cry.
lut to me tbey don't appeal.
Answer: The Mask.


The Summer Storekeeper.


ryng bl wares: Cold lemonadel
Maie f ead swes-
Stered with a asp"e:
At ome cent fW I gamlI N a. ,
Aad tw e rats if yu dtua your fill"
shek Il the trade the Seemer Rny
Dotb gr roich mw 3 g


T'ih vvll Chflfi. n A'ndi-:-s-'i i 'v ".n
v P'imRi thie a 'gmr(ti-sit writer of
!4 fte children that thle world
dil'd' to int his mnn t:1l ,.illllrhi ..
na, odd-uaI H ll olver ns mere r.c-
thi ofr':ilils, while ntlhrs .pef-lk
-4 .ypnll'elli Ie'lu: l~iln.- to a dis-
bIlii
eh Ills ni'iuncath ippearnLic e aainl
dl tss t f mi.r'i'r. e was blessdil
a < silt ng kIeat tIi: lit l' poss -ese I
mi tf :i.i'i that 'wais wIell-Illigh
1114 I i 1l('iarla' v dd lie llOM iac-
* l h:i-s',s aI rerltaiej Lh;>ii Jais -
I t lit h ii:frssli tlit innallyV of
r IC houlht hlin ull that he
'd-lV;ll thie g-ea'tpft self-eou-
hb nfl they fell vli'tilaB to his
'rtl fclailtions n with apparent
>s i hi 11lia' .hs.
al. tlhat ir was one of the moat
ten of men and given over to,
lnd o0t1h vanities. Although b he


IUe 4L~~U. A.ede-


dt!: lll.edl il;.!'-c:i. hi' wouilhl nof'el iilther
it gr'o:'p itof lhti a iroilid hlilaiel :itlnd read
nlotil sqontl1 of h!r ne\wl'y writte-n stores,
for 1:!.'s Vr'y life lPeinemd to d.iepnld Iupon
liattery for fool,. and oln lilr diet the
little folk wo0 hl) e'inlhis'!:ilstviiily feel
him. "Yoi .*tle wntun! trfril:" they r.'would
'x-n'ml "''Ye,, I am Wonduerful." lhe
wot.'!o iiiger.e w!th a self-rvain stnll
In his: yoiiih Inla .n Christian Aniideron
w ai.- gr- it trftVeiler., olnut albot (lrr-
mii' y. 1 -'wlleitzerhl!i[il. I'mraic-e. Italy a.il d Rtig-
iandl. Ity stmnlying the ruiistnat ofr ,rrse
dliff'relit .oi.natrtes hre wais greatly aided
ia hi w rittIn.
fltan Chll itin Anderson was born
April '. I mt In Odensp:. a Small town on
lle lSilmid ouf I"la-ne, Ibelonllng to leit-
Munrk. ill flhther wus a eOblpl#r, poocr lout
highly respected by his townuaniet as Ie-
Illg It nnimaili o:lf advlncrd ld independent
Idens. But thP another of Hans was a
pbtr. wenk-mlnde creature. possesala;a
uiwhles-o.utne qualitles, aq In her ad-
v'incedl ne shei e lcaite sadly addicted to
the' bottle. Owing to these unpleasant
facts n btt his mother we do not wonder
that Hans was endowed with rbmay shl*r
comIlngt.
Blograpber M that plans Cbrtlsian
Anderton never became a man. bit re-
Mallined i child to the day of b h death.
tough he Ilved to ae advanced ago,
Ferhav sto this trait o character may iqO
traed the soure of his giett IScess 'u
writing for the Juvenile or4d. forle b h
a child himself was forever Ina toeH
with the Child's fanies and knew just
what oIld enltetain and delight his !it
tie readers. MANY OGRAIUAI


LETTER ENIGMA.
My first Is ln pleasure, but not In futs
Mty second is aI walking, bt not In rtma
My third ii ia ce41 bat eot In go:
My fourth I In aprde, bet net In abo:
My Fifth Is Itn iro, but not In steel;
My sitth ISn ntomlIng bt In i ee
My whole spell a rd
SThat means SiOmthlll sM
,Mayap you cas gwm it
If tyo try mre the twIa
-asanr -vs et gaS L


I,


his hoofs sending clods of earth i the loudnes of f *pc for ease and taI. l
air all about him. pendence. Those wb thrust themsirnv
ItelIa was dnaed. Her arm fell limp on the attention to the public beloio to
beside her. and her eyes, still shtanl the vulgar.
with the heroism of her aet. followed the Don't thint it mart to "show off." tht
bull In his mad light. Then feelirat that sort of conduct is ezxcsable only la the
they were once more rafe the little girl'r mOkiy.
strength gave way sad sbe sat down in Don't think you know more thtn my
the grass-too weak to stand-and began eldest do. They Lave gone over the ~.w-
to cry softly. Her poor heart was beat- road you are now traveling and kow all
Ing like a hammer against her side and ,its ItalIs
her body shook alke a aspen lea.
Robbie stopped screaming, and, wIping
his eyes, sat ip and looked after the dl~- 'a.DI
appearing bull that was at the moment Made-over Nursery Rhy)e.
going over the bank out of sight aind
sound. Then Robble fiot up and spoke
In trembling tones to his sister:
"Ion't i:ry sister, dear. Come, le' go
"Oh, brother." sobbed Stella, "Just
think-If It hadn't -(sob)-been for gram-
pa'*-(sob)-tg-green-umber-ella -you .
-(sob)-would have---Iten-been-tsob)
hooked-to death. B o-hoo!"
Hobble was the stronger of the two,
now that all danger was past.
"Come. come, sister denr." he urged.
gently takiln her bhannd and a.slstIng her
To ri. "rll per-teck you If-if-that
ole bull dares to come bnck after us a
more." Then the dear little fellow
eyes meaunird the distance to the fence
-the line of life he knew. "lon't cry
any more. I'll shake the nmher-ella at
his mean ole bend an' myble I'll stick It
In his eye an' pnt It out."
But at that instant the children saw
the points of two horns appear over the
ereek bank. nnd next the bill slowly
ranlsd his head as If looking slyly for
the green, balloon-shaped monster that
had driven him from the field. Ronhl!'e
throw down the umbrella, which he had a
picked lln to demonstrate his threats
with, aIri at two bonds was by the
fence aild rolling nnder It to safety.
"Come. come, sister:" he called btckoi. .
Ing from the big road. "Don't you s*e
thlit ole luill's heand?"
As weak as Stella felt from the renc-
tlho following the awful fright she hil
sulfferld she cold not witlstnod nlte
temptation to suddenly lift the umbrella
(which Robble had let down and raise it
with a quirk motion and wave It furiously
towards the hull who turned tall at the
sight and dnbshd off down the rreek,
over stoippha) till he w.qa exhanuted f,r
wreath. Then laughing, as the te:ars dry.i-l There was an old wor a
on her cheeks. tell Joined hr brother her thr W d eebig shoe
onl the other slide the fence and the two to whip her had children
ran home to tell of the most exciting in- Till they cried "Boo-beno
eldelt that had ever happened In their When they all acted naughbtS
IlveP'. And cried loud for bread
After Stel'.i and Rohbbe had finished (he gave each a spanking
telling the story ktelln ntd: And scnt bhim to bed.
"It was Grnmpn's hig. green nmber-ella -TI TUR.N'IPi
what saved Rohble'n lie and mine."
lint rnatnma and papa nlid grandilps all
rhu'i(,t tl;flr bbends and sald It was t'.romronl
the bravery of their Ittle girl,. lranvry rv I
prumptld i* I) lve for her l!tt'o brother, r.
thlit lindl *ave:l their li:' lind it n'it ,
l''enii fi;-" ht-r 'mi ;a~iePom'i act't iet' lol U :l m I
lrla.t Wrouihl havrT. lihi Itle In the weeds '
and the lill would ncter hire met hbla s -
'nwpierer,
"Wll. It wne the two of itn together.
tho:!." declared l Ste'I:l. who nwonll ni-t'
tUke ,IN thel clory iof the lirai-, aet. bat
wl:o liisl.ts"l on hbnrlig It with the Ih- '
gri.i nnilbrelln. 'If I hnaln't hid h.t !
mil,.ir-rIll; to ; n'ave 'in thle maid bull's fa.;l
hIrcrli.l :il:-l I would now le- I,--." Iliut
n; h*'holnr Inltmi In h-r throat preventeil
Fu'll.ia' tl~lshlllhlg tile sentence.
A.'1i 'l z 'ir:c: hs rlwiven the o'd green
iminireile i t. S!) whoi ln, 0I i w .i l t in
white pauper sinil rlt It -ar.'Nilry awsar.
-laing luhat ttle wlil keep It as long as she
lives. f yv i


,l CVRVED LIN JITVMAN IPZZLE.

y ceorree4liy ttigl toletber tie* abOT*ve pts
dividnal will app"lr.
Answer will appear mcit we-et.


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mething about Hans Christian

An person.

e0r-e Famous Wtriter ofChikiren's Fairy It ries.


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TE SAMPLES


DISPLAYED

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IN OUR


CORNER WINOW

5 a ", of the 500 samples
S. lived from Ed. V. Price
SCc.. which you know is one
S.. largest tailoring houses
S'. world.
'- should you be satisfied
S -.v'e the making of your
to the small tailors in
ear-by towns when you
-, give us your order and
..~ that it is going to the
.. equipped shop in the ooun-
to be made?

SOur Guarantee.
We guarantee the fit, the
workmanship and finish of
Sevry garment and if there
should be anything wrong with
it we will not let you keep it.







_. C. Goodman. Geo. Alrepergre
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A little forethought may save you
t- end of trouble. Anyone who makes


PAUS AND PINKSTER.


- :,-iness. i, a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, The Duaek easter Time FestlUvra I
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at the mohawk Valler.
-owell and John Hendereor. hand knows this to be a fact. For Next to New Year's day Pas
- :.' citizens of Brewton. are in sale by all druggists. nkter were the more poy plar and
and are registered at t.e Pnkster were the more popular and
: Is. ; generally observed holidays of the old
S harton. United States depu- R, lT SA Dutch in the Mohawk valley. Paus
BANKRUPT SALE was Easter and Pinkster was Whit-
who ha-. been confined to
who has been conned o sundasr Pinkter was particularly at
-a for several weeks, is im-,Of stock of P. De Lano. bankrupt. sunday. plkter was partlarl a
: n. Will soon be able to re- Sealed bids will be received and the gala day, when young and cI gave
duties. stock will be shown for next ten days. themselves up to jollity at boisterous
SH and A. S e of M C. F. Mabson, Receiver, at M. & O. fun. The joys of the day began in the
\, Hi and A. Spivey. of Moul-
ho are interested in the Clothing Store. 6augSt morning with sports, outdoor games
uine in the vicinity of and contests and ended late at night
iinss in theviciniy with Indoor games and dancing. There
n:er int the city yesterday POINTED PARAGRAPHS. wr e ng and "rdng at the
were "egg butting" and "riding at the
-. at the Merchants.
S. ring." The latter sport was probably
\, ,- r Montgomery. for- e all mk too much of our fll- a rural adaptation of the tournaments
Mre ,Ie Factory, but tutl. of the days of chivalry. The neces-
*.r. !r in the Consumers Few mysteries are as Inexplicable as ry arrangement was a cord tied
N,. in the city looking the one of ho some people lie. across the road ust above the eads of
;- interests here. When a man bragt about himself it is men on horseback. From this cord was
had sixteen de- a sign other people don't brag about suspended by a short string a finger
: him in the munici- him. ring. Each horseman was provided(
r l morning for trial. A mistake many men make is being with a short, sharp pointed stick about
,,,. case was contin- a cat and imagining themselves popu- the sise of a meat skewer, which was
n: !a- urned over to the Bar with the mice. held between the first finger and
. an fines imposed A man discovers that his wife Is get- thumb. The competitors wee obliged
ting old looking ten years before he to ride at full gallop under the cord
S.,--. ( ,.;: Hon. T. F. Me- makes the discovery about himself. and attempt to thrust tliwr "lances"
I':' ia 'hi- popular Uni- If some people would work hard and through the ring and cnrry It off three
S< :a., f.,r tle Northern earn $10.0 some one would walk up times. When one of the montestOats
S.' : ; vrat the ad taking It away from them. tell had accomplished this he was changed by


a .-,: .a ".- way to Pensa-
' -n-'.: ,' .,~ i Kx'%. %here he has
, ',. 'i'.:.: M r. M c-
i.' ..- ,: friends in Talla-
\ a \a- ;'tased to see

: \\ K. ".... 'aie' is attor-
'- n h- home in


them they had no business with that
much money.
The trouble Is that, when a man is
told be looks ten years younger than
he is, even that leaves him ten or twen-
ty years older than be wants to be.-
Atchl om lohh


'*,:.,s. ; '- '-I:?' cT,-.' d by -- -
S a-. ,m:',- trnd.- :n this
C ur- wk af-, 'he in-I
.: .a s.-t iClutter Music House
The na. nd o onThe Leaders in
TbF mnar Inon so (,f .10 S one. hf0
S,::i- a !.r-, he wa. "'eanwtd a an w
'. .n?:ar-. L.I ,4PI e p,'acd to learn
'a* he i fast: in:pr, .n and it is Sole Agents for the Celebrated
Stha be wil o in a short ach, eser


p very ael~hy u se Blue Rihbon Ottcr aB Other
": au-e \'~ .'i;:a Ex'ra ; ,-.he -Bei-s ever Made." others P lS
S.'- 'he\ re mT economical. I a
Sr:- corErt for BRue Ribbon -
: an \;'".ia Ex'racts. Takes CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND
SFav,,-. per TERMS
At the Merchants.
S.. HIGH GRADE ORGANS AT LOW


Si ,:c rprs.enTaive. Frank B.
r-. : a: bhe Merehant's Hotel
: of fall and winter
*- (o ,',, m'. Fho--. underwea-.
vh n.: orn by Lig men an-i
Saug4t*

CARD OF THANKS.
-" .- ,- mw'hod of thanking
t: i tripnds- whose kindness
"1. during the illness of
; ic -e v-as .n trionhtfully
. , x hos. s p.iathy and as-
:h :imn of his death was
S' ~;\. 'pnrcire d.
TI:E FAMILY AND
BROTHER AND SISTER.
LAWN PARTY TO-NIGHT.
N : o :he Gadsden Street
:av s cioo: will pive a
a' t;,e church to-night for
Sf the DuBose memorial
N, admuision. RefresZ-
*C- served.

E5L.LAR BAND CONCERT AND
E:'E AT ELECTRIC PARK
-sDAy NIGHT. PENSACO A
k, .AL AND AMUSEMENT CO.


PRICES.
Clutter Music House
114 S. Palafox St.




Gentlemen,
We invite you to see
our
Lather Card Cses
med Pures,
the very best that the
best makers in the
country can produce.
25, 35, 50, 7tc,
$1.00 and $1.50.



COE'S BOOK STORE,
235 S Pa.fox St
23 Phone.


all the other coutestants. If he suc-
ceeded in reaching the goal without be-
ing caught be was the winner. The
prise was the payment by the other
contestants of the bill for himself and
his best girl at the dance and supper to
be given in the evening. If. however,
he was caught he was obliged to foot
the bill for his captor and his best girl.
For a week before Pinkster the in-
habitants, black and white, began to
make ready for the festival by erecting
booths of boughs from the thickly
leaved trees and shrubs on a place in
or near the village chosen because of
its convenience and beauty. In these
booths the tables were set with good
things to eat and drink. Besides the
"egg butting" and "riding at the ring."
there were impromptu horse races.
wrestling matches and occasional
'scraps." The r'usic for dancing was
provided by the fiddle and jewsharp.
Pinkster was a great occasion for the
slaves. On this day they had unusual
liberty to enjoy themselves according
to their own ideas. One way q( doing
so was a dance, which was no doubt a
relic of one of the many religious
dances brought from Africa by the
captured slaves. The music was ob-
tained from a huge drumlike instru-
ment four or five feet long and a foot
in diameter, covered at either end by a
tightly stretched sheepskin. This wss
held between the legs of the larp.-t
and oldest slave in the commnurty.
This drum he would beat with valm
and fingers, and all the time he sang a
wordless song, which as the excite-
ment increased wofld become wild and
weird and was accompanied by mus-
cular contortions, wagging adJ twist-
ing of the bead and rolling of the eyes.
One after another of the slaves would
join in the dance as the spirit moved
him or her to do so till the musician
was surrounded by a ring of black and
yellow twisting, wriggling, hysterical
aegroems who for the time were thou-
sals of miles away In the heart of
persttious Africa. One by one they
would fall to the ground exhausted.
when their places would be taken by
others who were Just beginning to feel
the moving o the spirit. It was not
unusual for this wUd dance to continue
through two day1-New Tork Tribme


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Danderine

4 GRHEW THIS HAIl
AND WE CAN

PROVE IT.
omto ftrm i we re QUICK and PEWMANMET.



A -111111fliff lflu&UUAUUA.


LAURt ILL A Hard Struggle I OTONALE
Many a Pensacola Citien Finds the
Struggle Hard.
With a back constantly aching, Special to The Journal.
Special to Tth Journl. With distressing urinary disorders, Cottondale, Aug. 9.-The Atlanta,
Laurel Hill Aug. 9.-Crops in this Daily existence is but a struggle. Dothan and St Andrews raik-ed sur-
ection, with the exception of the cot No need to keep it up. veyors came n on the nort side of
ton crop. are as good, if not better. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you. town yesterday and work will com-
than last year. The farmer* are about Pensacola people endorse this mence from the P. k A. Division of
through gathering foader and some claim: tha L. & N. railroad north some time
are picking cotton this week. Anthony Collins, of 420 Intendencia nex week.
Rev. P. G. Woodruff, of Deouniak St, says: "Mrs Collins read an ad- We are informed that the election to
Springs, preached two very interesting vertisement about Doan's Kidney decide whether Jackson county should
Ssermons Sunday last at the Masonic Pills and procured a box at Sidney have a county court or Dot. passed off
building. Kahn's drug store. No. 9 South quietly and that only two hundred
The Baptists here are building a Palafox street. She suffered at voted to have the court. So the coun-
,house of worship about one mile from times from aching in her loins and ty court was snowed under very beau-
Stown at the city cemetery. They are across her back after working hard tifully.
I in hopes of getting into their building about the house. She used less than With the North and South railroad
About the first of September. Con- one box of Doan's Kidney Pills and they and a strong probability of the exten-
tractor Shorter Garrett has contract- did her much good. I have heard son of the road from Graceville to
Sed to complete the building. these pills spoken of highly by differ. this point the town is growing.
A marriage license has been issued, cnt people who have tried them, and
to J. A. Davis, of Bethel. and Miss all consider them a remedy which REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
SMalissa Garrett, of Falco Junction tulflls the representations made for DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
They are to be married to morrow them." THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA
Night at the residence of the bride's For sale by all dealers. Price 50 MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO.
parents and E. A. Campbell, N. P.,; cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
will officiate. The marriage will be N. Y., sole agents for the United"
a quiet affair and only a few will be States. I MEN AND WOMEN.
present. Remember the name-Doan's--and
J. M. Martin left Monday for Green- take no other. e early Every Human Quality Ia Ur-
ville. Ala.. where he will join thej like In the Sexes.
Greenville team, Greenville and Flo- A man is a man down to his
rala crossing bats, playing three A S B A LI I thumbs and a woman is a woman
T g 8es. 51 .k 4 5 F r A. 5n-SA down to her little toes," writes Dr.
The City Council met yesterday and' nnelc Elis in bis book en and
Sattendoed to some important business A S avelok Ellis in his book "Men and
Sn the way of organizing. WC.C. Mon- t 9 Women." Thereis hardly a measur-
roe, of Florala, the council's attorney, By Associated Pres. able quality of any sort which is not
was present. unlike In tne two sexes. Women even
Civil Engineer S. G. French, visited Southern League. button their garments on the other
Pensacola Saturday. Mr. French has Atlanta 8, Montgomery 2, (first side from that chosen by men and
. his road in splendid condition and game.) choose Sunday instead of Monday as
E the traveling public claims it is in the: Atlanta 1, Montgomery 6, (second their favorite day for makjig way
best condition of any short line of gome.) with themselves. So far as laboratory
Railroad in the country. Birmingham 3, Nashville 4, (first tests go Dr. Ellis says that women are
Mr. H. L. Flowers, of Pensacola, game.) unquestionably superior in general
passed through Laurel Hill Monday Birmingham 0, Nashville 0, -(second tactile sensibility and probably :su:
en route to Cowan's. where he will game, four innings.) perior In the discrimination of tastes
visit his daughter, Mrs. Charlie Jones. I New Orleans 4, Uttle Rock 0. with no advantage either way In the
Uncle Allen Campbel attended MemphisShreveport, rain. case of the other senses. Womed have
church here Sunday.
church here Sunday. better memories, read nore rapidly,
Mr. N. A. Thompson. of I.berty South Atlantic League. ber pain better, recoer betterapdlrom
Hill, Ala., spent the night in Laurel Jacksonville 2, Augusta 5.ber pn bett eor betterrom
Hill Tuesday. Charleston 2, Macon 4. wounds and serious illness, are less
Walter Garrett, agent, spent Satur- Bcvannah 1, Oolumbia 3. changed by old age and live longer.
day at Milligan with his friends. -- Furthermore, according to the same
S Rev. Mr. Ford. of Florala. will com- American League. authority, women have relatively
mence a protracted meeting at the Washington 4, St. Louis 12. larger brain, especially in the frontal
Presbyterian church soon. New York-Chicago, rain. region. It has long been said that
Sheriff Campbell closed the mill at Philadelphia-Cleveland, rain women are the more like children, but
Cowan's one day last week. Particu- Boston-Detroit, rain. Dr. Ellts says that men are the more
lars are unknown. We understand, like apes. Women, in short, are more
however, the hands will get out an National League. civilized than men, and civilization it-
injunction to-oay as the firm is great- St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 5. self Is but the process of making the
s ly indebted to them. Chicago 7, New York 2. world ladylike. In fact, the only thing
Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 3. world ladyi kew fat the only thing
Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia .left In which man is superior is mus-
. .1. U r # 61k _- A .... -...


cie. Men are two, rtree ana even rour I-. - ...o----- --. ...--- .- .
times stronger than women, and the have presented a by no means unpleas-
occasional exceptional woman hardly lug appearance. He dressed, as a rule,
reaches the level of the average man. we are Informed, in a suit of one color,
Even between the ages of eleven and usually ght or of a snuy shade. The
fifteen, when girls are taller and cut of his ordinary coat resembled that
heavier, boys still retain their single of a court dress coat, with standup
advantage In strength. Men. too if collar and gilt, silvered. twist or basket
slower of mind and quicker of body, buttons. His waistcoat was very long,
have greater lung capacity and more with large -flaps," containing flapped
blood corpuscles and exhale nearly pockets, these often decorated with
twice as much carbon dioxide. But buttons. His breeches, being short,
men are less able to endure confine- were ornamented at the knees with
ment and bad air. This physical su- buckles of gold, silver or stone, kept
periority man shares with the males In countenance by large gold. silver or
of all the higher animal. gilt buckles on his shoes, his leg- being
hosed, as a rule, in silk, plain, striped
Ss eveor ribbed. Ituffes at his wrist and a
white stock about his throat were an
It Is of course true that a jury, theo-
retically, is composed of a set of nn- o is I a c h iiit. a 1
prejudiced men, with open minds: still front and higher at the back than the
there may be occasions when a slight i oera h dressed a l r e
isde", over hair dressed Into l-rgo
personal feeling Invades their ranks., a enon curls on eacside of i face,
Such was evidently the thought borne with a cuelinging behind. or it might
with a cue hano.ing behind, or it might
In upon the tailor who. rising to state be dyer a "tie," "cauliflower" o
his case and having declined the serv-
his case and avin declined the ser "brown bob" wig. Thus, with stick or
ices of a lawyer for reasons be4t known
umbrella, rendered remarkable by rea-
to himself, looked over the jurymen umbrella, rendered lremarkle bv rpa-
.io ma.. n htar, he. i ...,A ason of its head of gold, silver, amier


Uanu en t Vlurne T Jung.l.
"It's no use for me to tell you about
this case. your honor." he said deject-
edly, "not unless you dismiss that jury
and get In a new lot. There isn't a man
among 'em but owes me something for


clothes."




If you are troubled with

Crams, Indigestion, Headacke,
NaUSea, Dyspepiao.Bloating,
P *i anri. .;.


or ebony, would he wend his way to
"town." In "full dres" lie must have
even more attractively looked the mer-
Schant pricec" in his waistcon:t of silk,
satin or velvet rich in co!o: and design.
with long flaps elaborately embroiti-
ered, s!lk breopchest and s!lk hose. witl
conspicuous knee and shoe buckles. I1
lie on occasion dined with the mayor
ne might recelrve an eugrzi\-Vl hvilta-
tioti card similar to the following, di-
rected to Mr. Teece in '177: "Mr. Ma"'.
or presents his compliments to Mr.
Leece. b e, the favor of his company
an Suiday next to dinner, at 1 o'clock,
at the Exclhange. An answer is de-


PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


SFOR DIARRHEA!
AOUTE OR CHRONIC.

Calais

SSimaruba Bowel Tonic
IS AN UNFAILING REMEDY.
SCORES TEETHING. DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, DYSENTERY,


IbtllplllUfl UVI ilhII! sired. 12th July, '*7." i. FLUX AND ALL BOWEL DISORDERS.
i yu'll find su reliefin U SOLD AT WHITE'S PHARMACY.
yOU 11 11 s Sur relll l BUNDLE BEARERS. At wholesale by Mobile Drug Co., Mobile; Lewis & Co., Pensacola.

NOSTETTER'S A nole That City lten Are Not Now
Inclined to Play.
STOi ACH BITTERS There was a time. remneu:;eroed e:.si! ., .i.. lmtl: ;.;..l :n;
by many, when the tender husband diIt
not shrink from carrying home mate-
I___ rials for his dinner. Men of learning iP
S .. -- :those simpler days graspen i the eel of I,
UNIVERSITY OF THE ow'uneree, as the eel of f ieru-e, by the
STATE OF FLORIDA. tail. The statesman with Jovian brow THERE'S NO BETTER TIME THAN
Embracing the following subjects and blue coat with brass buttons NOW TO DO IT. THERE'S NO
Embracing the following subjects human with a dried codfish ::
Language and Literaure-A four. hu with a dried codfshBETTER WAY THAN BY
year course leading to the degree of wrapped carelessly in brown paper un- .
L'achelor of Arts, Greek is not re der his eloquent arm. To see a highly !
quired, but is offereI as an elective respectable citizen with a demijohnt i OUR EASY PAYM ENT PLAN
throughout the course was a cheering sight Nor was it L.- U
II. General Scienra-Divided into, neath the dignity of a painful preacher __
three courses; 1. Chemical course: of the word of God to carry a pair of i-
Mathematical course; Natural History' trousers to the tailor when the rent M A R T U N A
course. No Gr:ek and only entrance was beyond the skill of domestic in- M A R SN & Q
Latin is requir--d in these courses. All genuity. ,
Sour-year courses. t The present civilization may be.ral 108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. :
III. Agriculture--Four-year and two- or chromo; this at least is certain-lhe -
Syear courses. age of carrying lmndles is gone so far li I II Ull Iyll tit litatflllhh11 llIS ifttIlhIn ll l;lI It IIIIIIIIlll;ll III lIIIHlltll'iU
IV. Engiae.r:ng-Pour-year course as city men are concerned, although no
in Mechanical. Civil .And Electrical Burke has celebrated in sonorous prose
Engineering, also a two-yrar course LET US FURNISH
SMechanics. No Latin or Greek is ts passing. e man protests aa t Lgl d rtlsemet
required in III. or IV. The full course the burden of a can of peas, a jar of YOUR
Inier ii.. III. and IV. lead to the de. marmalade, his wife's bank book. The
agree of Bachelor of Science; the short youth insists that the two or three col- In Conty Court, Ecambia County, C R E A M
courses t, a Certificate of Proficiency. lars bought to bridge him over the loridaBy the county Judgeof
V. Pharmac.-A full t wo-year course weekly coming of the laundryman shall said eounty-W whereas, J. S. Nichols
,o be besun in September, 1906. be sent home. The schoolboy, however has applied ton ot the esta te o
VI. Nornna:- rhree courses for his mother may coax or threaten, sulks oavid sheehan, deceased, late of said r e ifoI FP
teachers : A one-year course leading to at the thought of a bundle, for he fears county of scamia, Tes e there- s I Cream Fa
!a certificate. A three-year course lead- the ridicule of snobbishly trained conm- fore, to cite an admonish all and sin-
Ing to an L. I. Diploma; A four-year palon. gular the kindred Ind creditors of said PHONE No, 1104.
Course leading to the degse of Bache The bundle s avoided, not reet-4d, deceased, to be ana appear before this Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona Ste
Lor of Ped go ps of o t ta as it was by the groat Nap-ieou. iD0m- court, on or before the 21st day of Sep- CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
An ample corps of competent teach-: QUANTITY.
r. A high crriculum-Expenses in- ocra simpicity t found only in tra- member. A. D. 1905, and file objections. QUANTITY.
including board, $120 o $150 per year. edition and In De Tocquev!Pe's book. It if any they have, to the granting let-
Fall term opens September 27, 1905. Is not surprising that the bundle should ters as aforesaid. otherwise the sam, --- -
Sen for catasogue. be spurned; that a fashionable mother will be granted as ;pyed. of ugust, 1905.
ANEIMR BLEDD, Pre ent. way not be able to support the weight Witness my name as County Judgei HUNRY BLILnaL,
Lake City. florida of own b a by I the tea'tst-Boston of the county aforesaid this 10th day augloaw6w County af
.Herald.


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-"-C llPFRANCe MARIE KNOWLTON, --NiW, .".
l1m DosormH OLARB, 380 Garfield itoalevard, Chicago, gIL. MISS LUCY MAY,
130 Orenshaw kvt., Ago 4 Years. os36 Forstrtlle Ave.
COICAGO. CBICAGO.
LITTLE FRANCES MARIE KNOWLTON
whose photocraph appears herewith has a most beautiful head of golden hair, thicker than the crown of glory of most
mature womiin. Fr:;: !ues is only four years old, and her hair hangs within 12 inches of the floor. The extraordinary hair
sttrengthei.in; qualii;.s of Daadoerine has grown for this little girl the most admirable head of hair ever possessed by
i ,'liidl of h.r age frin te worldl. Ihe other two ladies whose photogrtalhs are thown here are certainly delighted with the
iesai- they areog. aetg. Neither of them having hliir that would reach to their wa ists before beginning the use of Dmderim
IT IS POSITIVE AND PERMANENT IN ITS RESULTS.
When spplied to the scalp on either old or young, it rnaikes ihe hair sprout and grow thick, long and beautiful, and there
is no wasing around for weeks and months to ce results, either. Any drugci -t will refund the price If it does not aol
-omplish every result we claim. NOW at all idruggits in thcee sizes, 25, < ats, 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle.
FE To 'how how quickly Danderine acts we will send a largo sample free by r ,,r'r. 'a:i to any one who ends this advertlaeMet to.Le
S1F E e cowltma Danderine Co., Chicago, with their n rro and address and in cr- Isr < r ..!:'nrps to pay postage.


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CO TTRELL,
Fine Ph.ot.wrpb.
Pensacola Florid


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ITRSELY TOLD.
A W Wright. of Montgomery, wa
S -: .- \isitor to Pensacola ye


. c. ,nzaltz leaves t<-day for Ala-
... her will snDnd rveral


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the Ellkteeath Centurw.
The Liverpool merchant in the latter
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T sop" will remember the reputation tlere are a great many persons who The gubernatorial contest in i1Ua is,
irna orinaal cts in 1M0i uI
Se whet rhyenaPd bears mor the est aree with our Christ-in contempor even now worrying the boys of the
WVar ci R o m-ya the animals. it I"s q, Ronable o l' avfr i ary, that the only practical solution state press. As Mr, Broward has only!,
Wawheteer any wild creau rcan m- of the great Pace problem lies in de- about three years and five months
whether any wild cremoree can comk
Now that the United States govern- pete with the f caf:nes~ To portation, but unfortu-natcly it is a more to serve, we think there is yet
Cient has taken charge of the quara t ral t hi ern in his or- T )!an that has not yet won the approval time for the discussion of this all-
nt has takent charge of the quaran- look at hn generally, crn in his or. Sd ^3 of the American people, and v-ill never important race.-Pal:ka Times-Her-
tine in Louisiana there is no longer dinary habits, be exhibit an mount the Ameri can people, and until never important race.Paa Tieaid.-H
aay danger of a conflict between the Of clevevress which astonishes one. RIIL be d.
fatoes of that state and Mississippi, I Mhki a fox cac a hedgehog, whose
Spines effectually protect bim rom Ru ia's Influence on Japan
he ov pave covers over ost of his enemies, e does not wast The following figures show-The Pe- In uence on Japa
caitals at Jackson and Baton Roue. time, as a fox terrier will do, in en. sacola Journal's cIrculatte for eacI I
Comme:.ting ujon "war" the New Or- deavoring to worry his prey. He mere- day during th4 month of July, 190 y Profeaor IO W 5R of I Wv
earns States has the following: tiy alls him to the nearest water, with e verae number copi I
The BIan-Lamri-Vardaman war will knowing that a drop or two wgll cause opie HE only opinion I can give about the war in the e*at is that
SIo Listory a the words shorest the iSala to rels hib hold. July 1 4,50 July 1 4, while OUTWARDLY Russia will probably lose and Japan
ad most hloolhkos coallict. The ac- lit In & remr tbig to catek one i a Juy 1 4,260 uly 16 4,' *1
ti opraions on land and sea T ac- t Isp armt thin ctateor e in ah July 2 4,500 July 17 .... Will tremendously win, SPIRITUAL iussia will be the
susi op 'rations on land and sea cover- trnp laid at the deor of hi. "earth" July 3 .... July IS 4,80
ed a period cf iaou t welve hours, and even. If he is a me when the trap is 4 4,M July 9 49,e victor. At this very moment, in the hour of hee triumph,
s46ae in tliih amicable capture by set he waits aetU some oaher smaul 4 t 5 4,2 July r 4,40 J n is big n afeted y
Ioullaaa of tinw men of the Matssi ap- rls t and the m to t theuly 40 4, apan is g imn aely affected by Ru a.
PI quaranuium naTy. But il i4 peace a and the b M U the Jaane eaot b in to o e the
.. .._ --- -- ettand the W O wN dIwiv l,,,t ;s 7 4250 Jul. 22 Mentally the Japanese cannot begin to compare with the R adans.


rW on Lake Baorne. Our wariike f--- --. 'a .
S doss. the naval reerve, no longer by the terrie paos of h~ger will he July 8 4,21 July M 4,450
y defiance a: Vardaman's legions em M ta IU h ew prsa. M t uly 9 4s0a July &4
aross d e fianc v avc They have anlmais gg themselves when they July 19 JMtly 400
beeo brought L:ack home, where a *w N m etgiM N h to eowme a I July 11 4,~50 Jul P 13001
great majority o them will lay asil]e UpeMbablaoat of food. Net 0 M 1iJy 1 4,50 July 40W
te deald;y (u:?. and .pke and take 1WM Should bhe MA a pPuliitF r ii.y 13 41 J4ulyM 2
Sp the 0. cau anid tack: hammer, the 7,d wwel utls4 ed a 1U peeetl e uly 4 210 gy 4,
weapons with w.ic-, it v;atery lairs ilkis i lar4w frt. N dom8 he as 'jul'y 14 4,20 ^Ju g 4,0
et the stegomyiaa '-e sailed and the Total for the month .... 112" 5
fet se ipB rott e all I rn ta Averye per day ........... 4,41
The ?ea.e :i;at relgni at Warsaw gto i4teu as er to a bub4 polaet i hereby certify that thl abovoftate-
wSr a very pot- article Cr auwed to th"r to 4 boe is U tVs upMft diP | unt\ it 6oTrect RccoriUJ fo t p-
th per'e t an rest peace which t ta I ta a fmtOh 04 ove I u4 r it u p oI Ith e ne-
ails tie atmn ,; here tat toa Rouge #t lvameSa t t g it ais ores on MO th P go.
nd Jackson. The two severnors have *t '* li es e v A -l'
*sd the warrio-'s harness. The war b M sM are eos al0 8 ? wh* OArMWi Mao r..
wave whkh contributed such a fero- i es aot to b4 ows S worn to aa subseorlbed beore
elous aspect to the points of Governor estm*tion he tlate a S fat chta thi 1st ay of July, les "
Black erd'4 whisers ha. been re- cW c* tI hlN "m a faGG mm-
MWeV eaM tW have resl-ted thger $Pll-'--Win W14a f
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thmgh, of course, it is to the best advantage of RuNasi THAT KF US-
8IA SQOULD LOSE, As to the inuence Ruowal has over Japan,


I havy in mind a young Japapose oeilist who bha *
op the tremendona influence that Tolsoi ia exertin
Japan, and who says that Japan is being more ing
Tolstoi, Doatoievaky, Herzen and nrik than Jaj
inue ue fRunsia.
A (fAMaUotio gf this is faoud i h the fact that
nuse translators of Tolstoi recently sent me an inme
of th0 o forty e fty sepa te lato4m tn t ixav
Tobtol into Japnee.


SO IT IS HITY9SY II?4 IisLP-TH5
Tinoa TArlN" YW TugVTOS CAPTIVE, .VQ ThAT. I
89E THEl cOrwIaums r to op OTHE -PlESENT


written 4 artlclo
SOR the Iniod of
A"04"PAA mr wL


U V*II -- -" .-
Jim, ingii Aly, Who Greatly
vOX o Fears the SocialistA Movemest


D-WV. WV ky. Sw&y. ABUSE OP INGURANC--
U = ANUSo OF SYSTIN $NOULD STOP.
P-LIMS avKHy moRnge gacaPT MONaAY, j ---" gi
The Journal I' requested to publish
jthe following communieation which ap-
e JOURNAL CO ANY.i fearedd in the New York Herald;
OURNAL Co the Editor cf The Herald:
Some newspapers have been tndulg-
.A .... P i nlug in a carnival of abuse toward the
whole system of tife insurance In this
country. Manf of their attacks have
Mpp T ASSOCIATED I l & been timely and well directed. How.
Stever, there has been displayed palpable
.. .. -,--O -T ignorance touching many points of the
ImON IAT1 'subject. Judicial and legislative ma.
chinery has been set it motion to
e I ~T-g.*****..-.H O 1 M ******** M correctt abuse. Loyalty to our coun-
s M . | O Wegk........... 10 'try. our state; our city, their honor
The M ....... I Weekl* IWiWMtlio, 5.- M. and good fame should restrain us from
tm o noweatn New s bursting forth into wild and continued
Il 0 ct i Mew M abuse of our institutions. All our,
S great life insurance societie ate per-i
T OmL .V PMAO A NG a EWSPAPER FROM WNICH A DTAILMD ic-tly solvent, and could clone their
OIWCULATIN STATMWENT CAN S S6OURE. xickis forever to new business aSd pay
UATION ItAM IENT GCAN OQURI every dollar of their liabilities, which
would be impossible for a single as-
O a mie 110 I at OoveraWm t tret. 'essment eoncarn to do without work-
IONE No. 3 Iing a speedy dissolution of its organi- q
;rtion.
I oneythat ha3 been diverted from the
-T- The camparatlively small amounttof
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THRU DAY MORNINO. ATGUTST 10, 1905. pockets of policy holders by graft sy s-
teni is insignificant. Those who in-i
GOING AWAY? former tranquility. The rampant and clu e in silly prattle about limiting!
When you leave the 0ity for your Iwarlike mane of Governor Vardaman '1.-0 ma jaltude of life insurance corn-
summer vacation have The Pen#sola bas lost its fierce flamboyancy and panies seek to place limitations upon
Journal fallow you. Notify e ula- now drops languidly upon his shirt col- 4 Icapacity of the Ameriota people
tion manager, ~ Phone g lar. to manage and control concerns of.
t After the brief war storm the birds great magnitude. Those who hold that;
that sought their little nests in fright no more should be permitted to take
Meaninof aare again making the air pulsate with a deferred dividend policy seem to take |
Moving of melody, and the flowers are blooming the position ii0at we are greatly in
The Term "Fod. (,nee more. The corridor, of the two reed of paternalism in this country.
'state capitols no longer echo with the The improved long term distribution
There has been so much misappre- latterr of sahrtci and the fierce jangle rilan gives the insured the advantage
1.e,.sion over t he meaning of the word ct spurs. Thes' implements of strife of the effect of compound interest,
*Foc." as contained in the dispatches have been returned to !he rust of the lapses and other advantages which the
irom New Orleans, that the following arsenals from whence tl:ey came, and annual distributive polley holder does
article upon thean, o the wod littering uniforms, unter the protect- not participate i. E. B. WARNER.
article upon tha meaning of the word, IInnfluence 6of moth bails have been New York, Aug. 4, 1905.
which appeared in a recent issue of ,,lded away in the trunk. The King of Italy greatly fears the Socialist movement in that country.
the Jacksonville Metr3polis, as ex- The national! government has taken X #-##?,r;# -C Physically, the King of Italy is one 0 the weakest of rulers.
;.:mly timely: charge of the quarantine service on* .-
The Metropolis has been asked by Lake Borgne. whose waters some ex TH KING P 'M ALL. % ** -
tThe et ihbctable persons feared would be dyed ,-'
s, many people what the term foci ,ith the blood of many patriots, and I Edwin D. Lambright, tt ,
e lt e fllowng explanation is generally c(nedeie that with such In Tsmpa Tribune. IMMIGRATION AND NEWS AND VIEWS
il be intrt: an excellent buffer separating the two DPORTATION, 4 FROM STATE PAPERS.
The worl ".'focis," of which "fc" an excellent brfer sepa:'at!ng the two DIkTTN ,-
!here Is no longer any danger of, a dis #..!so-IV4t-, Nw Olans ts .- #
is- th plual form. in its original Ihre is no longer any danger ofa ds- New Orleans states.
n:strous "'heard-on collision between4,"-----
sense meant o ire place." and as the the Cadde Catapult and the Grenada There's the medium liar, the high-', 4
firrepicy or 1i-side was always the GrIzy, but on the contrary hope Is grade liar, the Har of low degree; ~ .44.gd' -,444444444'44'-f.- The Bennington Disaster.
place of Tie gathering together of the expressedd that in a short time they The liar who lies for the fun of the grave sixty feet by fourteen re-
faimly. its .ecoidary meaning became will be heard addressing each other thing, the liar who lies for a fee;i More than one million mmilPrants ceives all that Is mortal of the Ben-
"a c.t.r. a deriati the Classlo language which charac- But of all the liars, industrious liars, ieaehe the shore of the United States nington's brave men already dead, but
It i- a ina~'-".a-zed, not a derivative terized the fraterallzation of the gee- the worse you can ever espy durin the fsl yer, which endder In pain who will ortly
wo.rd....zt. tensed tbe frateralization of the gov- j ; follow, and we are left to the veratiht:
word dsi. n a onted from the rnor of North Carolia lth the gover- Is the riplecnged Yellow Fever on the 30th day of last Jue, and wn t follow, nd we uarevoidbleftto th de t.
onnIt was n unaioidauneaaedVddu."
tu io h. niis In unchanged of Sout~h Carolina. No harm will Liar, with his o' new seq lie the largest Immigration in one yearn Now, If "methn hnlip d a cog,
orm. fir use in English was be done if our governor and the largest immigration in one earNow, if something had lipped a cog,
by Kepler in 16;4. and was for a long MaJor Vardam.an realize simultaneous. There's the fish-story liar, the snake, ver known. Austrla-Hungary sent us or some man had gone wrng, we
tmc a technical word used In the ly that it has been a long time between story liar, and each is a "peach" In 275, 693. Italy 281,479, Rulsia 194,897, might hope it would not occur again,
branch ol physics known as optics, drinks. his way; great Brita*p 18T,057, and the Scandiji Ult wheq one hundred men may be
and meant either the point of co- The liar who scatter society scandal, r.avian r&ountri.s 60,f6. The treasury sent into eternity in a breath In time
erence or ergene of ys of the Bennngtondisaster, prefacg It, they ay:" deartentas given ot figures ow of profound eace wthot time or
Sss ldue to a rusted safety o valvembet oheliarwao puWts them all" on the i to LsaB gW ben oeg fguresprofo in to doubt the "perfm
iight. d But the Irar who putr them all on the in tat the tota number o im i reason, we begin to doubt the operfec-
It is now u.ed Aguratively in any .as due to a rusted safety valve blink, who l:es without batting an grants arriving in tie United StaMes tion of ur machinery," or "the care-
connection, simply denoting a con- which, although st to pop off at 140 eye, since 1821 has beea r2,98$,903, apd in ful training of our men." Might we
verging point oa interest or attraction, pounds pressure, could not have been Is the mtcrolle Yellow Fever lar l all Justice It imust he said that the lose a battle by "an accidqnt?'-
from which rays (figuratively) may dt- moved by four times that pressure. with his "more new eases" lie. '.arvelola d4veiopment of the United Jacksonville Timee-Union.
Sameiltrmit a inisTere1 be te eloson In natea nall~tIa large reaaure been due
As a medical term its meaning IsThernaal There's the liar who swears, the liar at the indy of these boe-eer Hnot Weather Advice.
a center of infection, and sub-foci circles when an official report of this who smiles, (he liar who ticks to from the 014 WorM, hence when the How to avoid beat prostration:
means other centers towards which fact reaches Washington. hie tale; restriction of immigration is taken up Don't eat.
the disee has converged and from The liar who fills the high places of by congress care must be observed Don't drink.
,-hich the disease may spread. Te Qatnesviile Sun has been pound- life and theliar who lies in jail; that only undesirable and unworthy Don't smoke.
As, for instance, the first case of ing away so lont and so persistently But the smootheet n i. slickest, the people are Oenred admlesion to this Don't swear.
yellow Tever in New Orleans is regarl- upon the many advantages of Gaines- keenest and meanest, who operates utuntry. There is still an abundance Don't pay rent.
E. by the physicians as the original illie that we ace beginning to believe under the sky of room for the honest and hard-work- Don't avoid the bath tub.
focus each new ease traceable to that ie t Is the criminal Yellow Fever Iar, with ing class, bcca they are the ma, Don't wear anything indoors.
case t a sub-focus, but each new case that Oainesville is one of the best; his "more new cases" lie. trial out of whtih gold ocittens are Don't read the Tampa Tribune too
no traceable to that case is a new or towns in the slate. I ade and who contribute much to the, vigorously.
oriRnai focus: thus they speak of They say there's a place that is hotter healthh of t nation. Don't read expert advice o how to
foci and sub-toci. The aim of the We have heretofore been laboring than this, where the dead-and- Our contcmpo-ary, the Charleston keep cool.
board of health is to so insulate every under the impression that a news-i gone liars aildes News and Courier, haa been studying Don't bother about the Equitable
focus that from it can be disseminated paper man was the champion question- Where. with Satan as chef, In that the immigration figures carefully an* trouble. There's nothing left for you.
no sub-foci. The way to prevent the b t ill-room below, they are roasted his reached the concluslon that while --ekla Banner.
original loci is yet to be discovered. er, ut are not. willing to yield the and toatd and fed* od and indusious white people C
When Pandora's box was opened palm to the state oenses enumerator. But they'll need much more heat in should be welcomed to this country, Faith in Dr. Porter.,
each uoxious, flying thing that ema that fre-lrt land to scorch or to there would 'be cause for rejoicing if The people of Florida have great
n.ted was a "-ocus." t M. Witte is temporarily out of the bring forth a sigh at the same time the negroes in this faith in Dr. Porter, state health oloer,
'danger zone. Bomb throwers don't. From this leather-kinned Yellow Ip. country, who cannot be assimilated, and be is at work with a will to retain
A bugologist estimates that I costs flourish at Portsmouth. ver Liar. with his "more new could be deported to Africa's coral their confidence. His avloe should
a.cre to feed the bugs of this country cases" lie! strands, whence they conime, because be followed as near as possible-
tha ;'t does to run the government. Isn't it about time for the Kaiser they will be the occasion of offense as Gainesville Sun.
jic places the annual loss from the dep- to break out in a new place? o P long as the rmain inmore this n Los Angeles v Milton
$odation of bugs at nearly $800,000,000. By the way-. What's become of that immigrants were broUht to the Unite4 The new Los Angeles water plant is
The distribution of the loss is as fol- 'fee clinic pr position? g J y, 5 99 States last year by the ordinary means t: cost $23,e0,f.000. I o Angeles may
lws: Cereals 2 0,00,00; hay and prpoion transportation only proves the con- yet be as proud of its water as Mil-
lows: Cereals $2t0,000,00,; hay and ThMI 1 tention we have long made that it waukee is of soemthing else.-Atlanta a
forage )$rR.00.0000, cotton $50.00,000; The hurricane season s again with vould be posslalle in the course of Journal.
tobacco $5,300,000; Truck crops $53,- us. eight or ten years, without straining Milton's water plant didn't cost a
000000 sugars $5X,000.I0;8 fruits7. u the transportat icn facilities to remove cent; it flows along the front of town;
0"0,0;foe s an fost pout, IL INA from the United States to their ances- goes on ann' on forever; and the in.
000,00;, (orests and forest products, WILY REYNARD. tral country the negroes who are here, surance keeps going up and up be-
$11,00*,000; Miscellaneous crops $5,-: and their natural increase during the cause our plant can't squirt water on
SW,MS: animal products, $175.000,000; Prw w4d Cretmes cam Competf next decade. The racial solution of a fire.-Milton Index.
products iR storage $100,000.000. 'U W t a Ik alm c tme. CUPIIS the negro problem is deportation." *
i Those familiar with the "Fables or The fact cannot be disputed, and Plenty of Time.


WM. H. KNOWLES, Prestde4t.
THO. W. BiRTNT, isst. Cashler.


W. K. HYER. JR., V.-Pres. and Casu
W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Casatr.


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DIRECTORS. F, C. Brent, W. A. Blaunt, Wm. H. Knowv
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APin Cures of Curable Pain
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results win follow.
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at little .xpeOse,
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S Famo s Expert Says Dangepr from te banre
I i Inftetin is Practicaly WE AME PITURES JUST
AS DESIRE.
Oer e
Over.We carrier a large
line of moUlding for
S The Tarmpa Tribune contains the the purple.
I IT 0 B T WWOMAl S caWI allowingg interesting interview with
SI D,. Guiteras, cf Havana, who is a -
I & a m from s yof(worn=*& b'lt dva Ipail= yellow fever expert of national reputa-
It a p eopets he paI to aop, but it fon \p and drive out in:
S11111m e d l m palm, which p rwemt them from comig bfack. i visited to-day the block of houses
Sn the quarar.ine co-ion, in West, B ookSto
inOsaefs yet w 3. -ry i. lampa, and fe.nd everything pro-, I J R~ 1lhuI, b
Sold rywhem tn $1.00 tot lh S dressing satisfvctorlly there. We are -
I hopeful that no secondary case will
M A R1 1"1W211MIT A 1 .PAI arise from the original oa All proper


I d-. Muu: v tam Ily y Ia Iy C5y I "This man ploubably spent a portion lf Esbt ae.te
I -.T _'ll a IQ.. | m iyn lay t ar I of the dangerous period o ote diease On every scceediag Whltsnn T'es-
6 111. ali"U ~ih m e1 thte first thre1 days,) on the trau in.l On e ey s uced ig Wvbtan e.-
.ee he was n.t likely to be ,ittn oy from time immemorial 1.000 to
o any stegomyla mosquitoes. Durn, 0,000 pilgms of both sexes and of ev.
Sohe latter part of the danger period heery age and condition of life dance
------ certainly was exposed to the bite of for four or rive hours at Echteruach, In
the @ellow fever mosquitoes in Tampatbe graud duchy of Luxemburg, to an
Sbut these are fortunately scarce ia onmistakible polka tune and an appar-
S L s'I I jLlJl d that neighborhood. This fact, together gently nonsensical refrain. The central
with the prompt measures taken, male guare of this great Echternach "spring-
It is to be hoped that the people will grated from Northumberland to the
Csee the importance tof detecting In frontiers of the Black forest twelve
time cases of yellow eever, and of noi pntpries ago. Emderors and kings
Sheeitating to declare them as such, bare in van forbidden the ",aints" of
UStit rIPSOnS H aSe S WJWi Ur- Will COflh31 C5 and to label them properly, as we Eehternach to indulge in their annual
Is W c l wa ex would a package of dynamite. carnival
ts t Th in followfin~t his s fra and sopen toiA th the peasantry of East Luxem-
u e"In es folloin this freane and openly t o
I mu rnt the spread of m he dsae. barg afnd u 1iel eathe "springprozesion"
Sopfe. other hand one healiates bse- I s popular today s it ws in 1131.
cause of fear ol causing public excite- when King Lothaire came to pray at
Pe D T-ATr CASE OF W 'i1i-"ni R"..o A oIT. ntah smbent the opportune moment to start t. Wllibrord's tomb. The simple mtnd-
SUPPOS CO TAT THE CAE OF W. FI .aee, i.a.:do All. T. J. C-si these measure will be loat. The re. ed dwellers on the banks of the ure
F. WILLIAMS WILL BE AMONG Fl Ohas. J. Levy 5an W. in uk, i clearly showo In the course or and the Mosellk are frmly convinced
B'" cas of ye lweve .ran.. events as witnessed in New Orleans. that their best hope of freedom from
rTHE this na lber Juadge Carter will! "It is very iuterest)ug to contrast Oervous d4tises in this world and eter-
JUDGE CARTER S PRESIDING. select a gr ed lur composed of eigh,- the conditions there with the situation nalalvaon la the aneL lie In this
J Eteen meRT, an.d the murder cases as her At the p r sent time there is a mystic dance of ive sltei Qorwa. and
el as other matters, will be investi- ery great deference, but e should two backward, by which, after three
gated at the hads of this body ot forget that their grave troubles hours' indescribable toll, they cover the
hn special term of the circuit T W l. C. began als with a slle case asch as to or three a miles nltervening between
< .ur tor Escani.ia conunv. cale-d y The WlIm Cer.n we have here now. ten ptrtainp oint at which the nill-
. :ip Fr;anc:s Cart >r omt, w S.: E, ".-T.s c-nvcn, E in the county principally In the case of William F. yet before we can consider all danger gi.m reeole the ep.scopaf' bslealin
..ur house v.e trday. with ta: offi- Williams, the yv ag ofan who is now past. The danger from the case ha!s4 the oal at te steps or
al prsidng. held tho county Jil Jpon the practically disappeared, but there will brord'8 shrine.
There wa' li:t busine.-s 'ranssac' d cblirge of murderig John White and be some danger as long as the New
c to the fact tht;h the persons to serve nad for whoma a speci iatral was auk- "The community at Tampa will t
,:; u the jurnt cotid rot be sub ed by a large number of citizens. raver be able to thank Dr. Bartlett Sae Tewo b not Neeeuamrly Wanl
,, named in tim- to reach the court Youing Williami ha1 a stro y array of enough for the alertness with which ieed ia es d.
. r:t( the day legal talent employed to defend him, he discovered the case." High marks in examinations depend
Shortly aft e court convened Judpe while the state will be repr wanted hy "What do you thiak about the mor- hpon a trained memory and a power
*.-se ordered that the cierk and State s Attorney Kehaoe ad C. e tality In New Orleans, doctor?" he was tI acquiring irtreevant Information.
( prflrewi to draw fomn the jury Jones, two of the best known criminal asked. Culture, on the contrary, is a sym
-' -i r.ees Lf thirty persons. Th- lawe-rs in the state Mr. Kehoe is "It is not as high as it appears in pathet"e aasmeilationfe the beet in the
:. p s made reu.nable Instanter now in the city and is making himself the published reports" he replied,; "as reawm eer os~i sa il asevment
e: :wn sheri announced that he acquainted with all the facts Ithe there are many mld caes that are Celture i a slower groe.s a a dp.
canga have them in co-t by Tuesday case. It is plrbable that other attor- not reported. The death rate varies KnD A CURp r
wornm g. r.eys w.il be employed to assist in the more in yellow fever than in any other e nd i3 reward stnties ur t
The Jury.me. proseution. disease. It has bee as low as 2 per Assimilation of the best that a been
e uryme i anticipated that i the grand cent. and as high as 80 per cent, the thought and accomplished affects not
The names :awn from the box are ury returns a true bill against Wil- latter rate preovaling in a Spanish merely the brain, but the charaeter-
a. o Iams for murder that considerable military hospital in Cuba many years the whole spirit of a man. Cuattre
S. Alfrd. xo. Ja Jone dtnicultv will be experienced in as. ago." Implies a sou plowed and fertilised,
.. M. Mliead, B. ard. Walker, ring a jury, which Is sual in mur Dr. GOuteras is a Arm advocate of whore whatever peed falls has the
A derso0n, B. i underscheimir, J. A. der caaes and that a number of ape. the mosquito theory, and in the course better chance for growth. Infora-
GIlmo, W. C s H y ,l al venres be i sed. o the conversation said: t on etve n vast quantities, so long
'"- A D. Mrrin. Jmes Crav. T e a th sate is now ready to proceed "People who do not believe in he as t remains mere ton atio sed
uNIit he L. Fla'-d S'Tward \. .1v.ih the trial. but the ohatLy of the tranmissiop of yellow fever from per- e o porpoaea of paastlr examalnatoas,.
S.. L. I man. E Pugh. .. .ens ha not yet been made known, aon to person by the mosquito often and not affect the manners nor the
BrosnahamI rk Coligera. A. The proceedings of this cae will be ask us how th- first case originated. orals of a man; both may remtan
watched with much interest by the We have to answer that we do not hpele sly i a in an encytlopedlla
public. know; we do not know how the first But re a et-
*mmemwsryP reaie rnwaraleblllii mm Sl Other Caes. pr lm.e tree started, but we do know elmely thmanob utnersanthre mo e a
in addition r thme usae from other palms. primarily tpho e ma and the mooals
SIn aSddition ather case of William As Dr. Porter says, 'It is the old ques- A cltred enatleman has eternal
S he e are several other cases to come tion again of which came flrat the methods of getting on with his ind:
l r Mi fore the court. Ote is that of Vick- chicken or the e." be has the true sense of relationship,
S li n PIcr o w- onv.cte o1f havin wthe feeling. that all he can learn to feel
7 Ikillled a nro at OenUry, and "e.-,n., -, --. on t ae -- or to be is not for himself, but for
S.encted to a lobug term o years. His service; he knows himself in a net-
c~ ---ase was appealed to the supreme f wo fuit work of human inter-relations. In the
cTurt and the decision reversed, theaad. the testofamnow aydremin
Sase being remanded back for trial. abin i ofkn e thednmars t hi In e-r

r IIi -t rot al s the m L er I s- pm-
or the iaand tofhicn cnme elto pesit ient.

seeme* r 1 Ck TasmIs Test Are sa Are THE WOOLSACK.

woman w h paying a formal c nall m s ot a Pat oe wst.
another mrred co e lavs to o It is a s act tht te la

SRestaurant. on hcb the lrd chancellor t
bNt vrer ee doel aet haew tatt CSTury, .nd dsn. In t fe ho ise of lfrsbtdo
wtilea the heatek l a Wiew only ase this is why when the lord chanellor
SY e o w Fevernt W y, er AIkindsof Fish, Soft heill te fact, too, explatis why noble
- ...se rmce they hve t received w btyluble.u his own place as a peer before he
luni | W oIVa'n tnritation, amd this whether it has ... __ . ., r,---- foo elaini wh obe
csbe declined or andtedb fut with al. hines nIP rmark; t1sOtvl P Y
h Ht Q o E T x E. -Et r lords who desire to avoid voting some-
Sr = a on a o. rab WLltNern Meat. times merely withdraw to the wool.
b andu p os sl_- the ueI oe a REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY. dck,. where. not being In a parliamen-
Pleny of to what time shod elape between 5 CENTS. tar sense witi the house, they are
si U vOsitl s h ebat must be lt snot cond.... i..n a dsion.
e oell vf Nt a ki lt Again, though the lord chancellor Is
to rtheT e onow invariably a peer, he is not neeS-
e al '-r. alnly so. andas a matter of tact the
uanng .orle hsp wi a re ~d n owLce YLUaWsV beenhlsda several times ln the
I e sta elle p la wn ihich s ut by commoners. In such cases the
tU note e date of tbt nd i rd chancellor euld take no part i
0this e0e Wen tot Mloal..be sta.tsd fit N d iV NO TOTr d0 Y I debate. not having a place in the bourm


Bee Dt ue d 8 ay-that K b e e R cca' RItCtne in were strictly limited to the putting of
n oIw ft %p at e to her ied ssos ua ssi I uestlon ad other normal r peed-
UUUI It used t be to be considManknd regulated by precedent from the
U thing for a Nma! Vit 9osu to n IVilkiiQ woolsack.
-babout a sqart a *bQw. It not IW-
jeBest ent Beer at a idle won T.H "ONLY POS TIV
ga will arrive early nd stay late Y PREVENTIVE AND A' aste t 3lhr h.-
she happens t be amused and it she "You( cap always tell as gapih-
onh the Maket. *a mewhisto*e. w behavior q4 0 TjE man." began the itrisher boastfully.
iE g z. i lOMM eraMte Whm the- "But it wou4 only be a waste of


Lewis Bear


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&draws rem ate et bun bomqme
to be a small ne and when m~r w v
Itars ae many.
In the c intry Jef cUlls are, o
-st Ip nt me~ In& a tow.
A Win It Ls-"S toste to maiM
appolntmest to veot ta4rt at -
otber rirs bor aa yet ON toi1 I0
i qumIrorn mtoe maeaal amm-Q
-u a ta*ewt v mob "L 1t be
"lunt -fo -. -,I A
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ONLY M CENTS PElR OTtrE.


SOLD


AT NICK APOSTLE' ROS,
TAURANT.


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breath." Interrpted the TYanee "be-
vause be titks Ihe knows nt all."-
rhiladelphia lsMdr.
A Wtrker.
lKnckr-Cai be accomplish mh?
Kneker-I iguld amy so. Ie caa do
es much as the man wek didn't Ius


Maaufaetred by w..-haarisu
MEDICINE MANMUFACTPM. Au al Is GU wat Wasd the 0tNRW
INS COMPANY, togbelaaut~ M sh cal b5"Not to
PESaab LA IsQWc am etk't


THE MOSQUITO


RESPONSIBLE


FOR FEVER


Scientific Demonstration of the
Fact at Havana-4ow to Avoid
Yellow Jack.

Editor Pensacola Journal:
In. writing the following resume, I
have no pet theories to ventilate, no
personal ends to meet, no attempts to
appear erudite in view, but simply aj
d'eeire to place within the reach oft
the average reader a plain, untechni-.
cal expose of the facts relative to the!
production of yellow fever, its spread
and control, and this only as suppli-'
msentary to the work of our health
boards, state and municipal.
What is given as fact is the report
of Major W. C. Gorgas, Medical Corps.
U. S. army, Walter Reed, M. D., 8ur.
geon, U. army, and Jas. Carroll, M.
D., and Aristides Agramonte, M. D.
acting assistant surgeons U. 8. army,
and Jesse W. Lasear, M. D., acting as-
sistant surgeon, U. S. army, with Sur-i
geon John W. Ross, U. S. navy, direc.1
tor aof Las Animas Hospital, Havana.
These able men were detailed to make
a most rigid examination into the
causes and prevention of yellow fever
at Havana, than which there was no
place in the world at the time, 1900-1,
affording so rich a field for such in-
vestigation.
The Fomite Theory.
They began with the theory that;
yellow fever might and was spread
by "fomites," In other words might
and was carried in clothing, and by
persons and filth, from place to place,
and by the most careful and pains.
taking methods tested these avenues
of infection, until the utter failure to
carry by "fomites." (Infection absorb-
ers), or to convey the disease by
these means excluded them (rom the
category of possible agencies. The
commission announced as the result
of their investigation "Yellow fever
is not conveyed by fomites, and house
disinfection of articles of clothing.
beduling or merchandise, supposedly
contaminated by contact with those
sick with this disease, is unnecessary."1
This commission took the blood of
the sick of yellow ever and examined
It, they took the material from differ-
ent organs of the body of the dead of
yellow fever and attempted to make
culture from it, and failed to And the
supposed germ of yellow fever. (Icter.
oldest : took the bed and personal
clothing from the sick auq exposed
the unprotected to them, and in no
case did there develop a case of this
disease from the exposure. Physi-
cians who were not immune made
postmortem examinations of the yel-
low fever dead, and no case of fever
was the result.


Moeqefto the Carrier.
Their attention was then turned to
the assertions of Dr. Carlos J. Finlay,
of Havana, that the mosquito was the

DOCTORS ENDORSE HERBICIDE.
Boeeuse Its Formula sl Submitted to
Them.
Alexander icMUliMa, M. D., a promt-
neat .-hysalia of Lansing, Michigan.
rites: "On threo eases I have tested
Herpicide for dandruff and the result
tas been all that could be desired."
Herpicide is made upon an entirely
new principle, that is, that dandruff
and falling hair are caused from a mi-
crobe that infests the hair bulb, and,
by destroying the microbe one's hair
is bound to gow luxuriantly. Herpi-
cide is the only hair remedy that
claims to, and really does, destroy the
dandruff germs.
Sold by leading druggists. For sale
by W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and
apothecary, 121 8. Palifox. Send 10
cents in stamps for samrle to The Her-
picide Company. Detroit, Mich.


Walter S. Hooton,
General Dealer in

Bicycleicycle Sumdries

aod Fittings.
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLI8 FOR RENT.
Iroa Sates, Cash Registers, Type
writer, Guns, Platola. Locks and Um-
brellas repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
ets., sharpened.
Most 0cMplete IUne jt keys In the
city,
Try Hootona' Messenger Service
when Ai a hurry to send message
1It AST INtENDENCIA ST.
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Prescrlption Filling
Is one part of the drug business whbkh I should imagine would be
of interest to every custom* r of a drug atcre. Not because it is
anything wonderful, this bq- able to oampound a doctor's pR
scriptlon without making an error, but the wonder of obtaining
these delicate chemicals, where they come from, the change lat
takes place in the compounding, and a thousand and one things
of importatco to health and life in the proper handling of what
at first may appear a simple prescription. For Instance, the mixW
of Antipyrine with sweet spirts of nitre, as all pharmacists know,
makes a compound which would probably cause death if given in
doses as large as might be given of eaca alone. For a druagist
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 t,, know that since.the patent on Anti
pyrine has expired it can be bought at a very material redoution
from their old price of $1.40 an ounce. But with Oodene Sulphate
at $3.80 an ounce, Hydraatine from $1.50 an ounce to $13.56 an
ounce and Homoatroplne Hydrobomate at $168.00 an ounce and
these chemicals being pree ribed by your physician your breath
would be taken away occasionally by the price of a prescription.
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 life
and each year am making an effort to serve my customers better
than the year before.

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
WB HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
WE HAVE Bl .N IN BUSINiSS.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,


Phone 1"9.


COMFORT.


Druggt and Apothecary. 121 S. Palaf


CORDIAUTY.


CUISINE.


SOUTHERN HOTEL.
Pensacola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS
LARGE SAMPLE ROOM
Speolal Weekly Rates for Table Board.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jacksonville, Florida.


one and only carrier of yellow fever.-
They demonstrated that they could
produce yellow fever in an uncontami-
nated area, by the intervention of aI j JI Fl tIL
mosquito who had been given access
tu a yellow fever patient during the
first four cays of the fev.r, and tho will be out of town
giving from 12 to 17 days for the In-, b v wv
sect to become pathogenic, or thor- | be a
oughly ripe with the disease, then ad- JUly 30th to be ab-
mit It to bite the subject or person,
the disease developed therefrom in ntl Au uI*s
from one to three days, and was lim. sent until August
cited to the person or persons bitten,
no other cases developing therefrom. g22nd.
They in this way produced the dis-
ease at will, and controled its extent .
in the same way, thus demonstrating
that the virus of the disease mu't be' GULP OIT
matured within the mosquito beforeI Jr
it can be infectious to man, and that'
1his same smquito who has been


immune human being in order to de- W works
velop yellow fever in the second indi-
vidual. MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER
MONTH.


The Only Remedy. Ladies and Gent's Clothing clean.,
Now what deductions must we as dyei and repaired. Goods called for
rational beings draw from these con- and delivered.
vincing researches? Plainly, first: ABELL a FINCH, PROPS
We have to fear uninterrupted com- 140 E. Government St.
munication between infected and non- Phone No. 163. Pensacola, Fla,
infected places, not that individuals
will carry the infection direct, but
that a person bitten by a mosquioi Pr b
who has been feeding on a fever casu .
may have unconsciously brought the
initial fever with him, an,' that an-
o:her mosquito voracious may feast
upon him during the first four days of i tl
incubation, may carry, not alone to! 0 im D
one, but to many, the highly develop-1
ed virus which shall within 24 to 60 euaL
hours prostrate these new victims. b o cqul
Then again sailboats, cars, vehicles of Sold everywhereC
any kind which afford hiding places
for these pestiferous insects may
bring infection, thus the discharging S A F edm an
of ballast may rout them from the hold,
the sweeping and dusting of cars ma:'lt D i
dislodge them from hiding and lo! WholeIae Distibt4t
fever, and where did it come from?
Third-Are all mosquitoes carriers? Leadr in Imported Wine
Not of yellow fever. But to the
novice yes, for how can they alstin- and Liquoru.
guish between "Culex Pungens," (the PHONE 17I.
common mosquito) "Anapholes Quad-, N 81 SOUTH PALAPOX ST
rimaculus" (malarial) and the D EN8ACOLA, FLA.
"Stegomyla Faciati" (yellow fever)
varieties? Hence, kill them all. Too -
rigid care cannot be taken, cleanli- GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
ness must be enforced, for while filth
does not contribute to the production
of yellow fever, yet as It vicltates the erhants Transl r Go.
atmosphere, renders unsanitary the
surroundings, it lowers vftality, and Thor. Thors-n, Prep
lessens the 'robabllitiea of resisting HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
disease. "Cleanliness is next to God-
lines." Keep clean inside and out- SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN iT
side and you will be well. C. F. M. BAGGAGQ DAY OR NI1HT-


REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA
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Hendrlx A Carpnter will. furnish
egtmiate on building and pafltUa
and give personal attention to work.
2 lB Strong, and 814 Bit l4Ra4
streets.

McKinzle Oertlpg & Co., Iwolials
and retail ship ehedlers al pAroo,
tbr onlyA fra1kln ur s of te a bd
Is pensacola. aly pries to

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isfaction that you v"I
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T... T E L --finest fruit and vegetable section in the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic.,
Special to The JournaL the state of Florida, and bids fair to Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
Olive, Aug. 9.-Mr. Arthur Degrsp nbe the best piece of paying property then a dose of castor oil, and the di- ST A
was able to be out in the country the in the state. It was then extended ease will be olibcked in its incipiency
N Lrst part ofhe week. His maly several miles -further south to and all danger avoided. The castor
friends at this place were glad to wel- airfield. When the freeze of 1894-95 oil and this remedy should be procmrel We have the finest line of Pine
come him after his very serious acal- at onge and kept ready for instant use this city. S
rob f your share in the flood tide e him after bs ery erious acci- as soon as the first indication of any this city. Satlonry is done up in fa
Mr. Carne L Teant who t- bowel trouble appears. This is the $.25 per box.
of largais during our master .reil ve G great most e treatment known awl
ig here will leave Saturday for h may be relied upon with Implicit con-
H.. Sherman C.Majors made aPleas- fidence even In cses of choler infan- M AIL
1 nt visitk to his brother at MoTavid t Forsaebyalld PHONEr
000 AND END SALE iSunday, evenings. l UIIT m PON
O Mr .A. W. Majors spent B'pday last P ip e S e AMERICAN MINISTER TO PERU THE BIRTH PLACE OF
WE SELL THESE NOT TO MAKE A PROFIT, BUT BECAUSE with his son a. Molino. NT-
WE1NEED THE ROOM. Master Grady Merritt returned to GAVE BANQUET TO AUTHORESS -
Pensacola with his friend, Master Wal- The largest assortment of
S&50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all "styles, now...................$2.27 ter Hoer Tuesday evening. Pipes in the city. Big
62.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now.................... $1.96 Mrs. McCall made a pleasant trip consignment just received By Asociated Press. 1^ Wi HAV IT IT
to Pensacola, returning Wednesday at and must be sold at once Lima, Peru, Aug. 9.-Irving B. Dud-
$&.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now.................. 2.88 noon to get them ont of the liy, the American minister, gave a
2M tJO Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now..............$1.96 Crops are looking fine abw as we way. banquet last raght in honor of the
S0 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now................$4.98 have had plenty of rain. -.. American authoress, Mary Robinson G LT E N
LaMen's Oxfords, all styles,................................$3.96 Mta GUM NSD M GHII Wright. Among those present weroiU
SMen'sOxfor all styles, now ..........................&..1.Nothing ongtheMarket Equal to Cham- 6olo of the Peruvian foreign ofi ce,
PS Me~as Oxfords, all styles, now .......................... 2.89 Diarrhoea Remedy.e SATMI AY M Gi AT 6 3 CL0CKL I and C. Hamilton Jones, the American WE HAVE JUST RECTIVD A
liftes', Children's and 84W' Footwear in same proportion, as our This fact is well known to drugghsts Fresh Bread daily and vice consul at Callao. EBRATED GLUTEN FLOUR SO
6M re 'stuck of Odds and Ends d Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry verywhere, acnd nine ol of t willfresh Roasted Coee. Ice WILL INTEREST MANY. LIDS, DIABL PICS, AND ALL WH
aong agd get your share et th plme when the best is askWl for. Mr. Obe Cream and Cake oraen Eveay person should know that good ISHMENT.
Witmer. a prominent druggist of Jop- for parties and weddings health is impossible if the kidneys are
l.n, Mo., in a circular to his m a specialty, deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will
I Y E R min the way of patent medle5.-wh y form, and will build up aad
equals Chamberlain's r I engthenthese organs so they wil
and Diarrboea Remedy fr om- erform their Iut1ctdi properly. No The FW
W. Sh f r F plaints. We sell and raminomW thi. W T daer of Brights deee or diabeteB ., lhm 786
prqesrtjoS." For agaVJol: e ey KiAaey are is taken In
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P TO IMPROVE AN R, ,,RV The Jewafls Daily Fashion Feature STATE OF OtlO

P PEOPLE AND EVENTS YOURAUTY A LAND PLENTY
,,,---. --.*- NADINE FACE POWDER ...m

Sem lHead mad Daoe Among Th-2se Who Go, Come SuERlOa IN *UA! "AR, -.a D0. D OGAHAM WITS WF THE
., I.CB AatW+ PI. ) ^< ^KUlTY AND PRO PERITYA OF
and Tarry.wWomen and Society Hee ad Bs here UCKEY STATE


WOMAN'S WANTS. 4 highly enjoyable time of It. The Woodland, ., Aug. 7, 1905.
(According to a popular poet, all Paris correspondent of the Pall Mall Editor Pensaccl Journal:
that a woman wants is love.-News Gasette makes the SDolj)owtg comment: Itor seems to be order for those
Item.) The American maof-war-man ap-R go seems to orepo
All she desires is love, you say? Pears to be younger than his British I gong from home to correspond with
That shows how much you know. and French coidhere a. very alert the papers and tell of new scenes and
She wants to see the matinee and altogether very likely young man. banners and littions of trainers.
And to the circus go. It is doubtful If the guard of the 'spe- A few hours and a few dollars
Sbe wants a handsome diamond ring, cila' from Cherbourg had ever charge
She wants a rope of pearls; of so much high spirits. All regula- change the writer's environments from
She wants a poodle on a string, tions--and they are dreadfully seri- Ii" the parching hands of West Florida to
She wants some extra curls; ous on a French railway-were set at the green pastures and felds of waving,
Shy wants a bonnet twice a year, naught, and even the alarm bell rang t e grand in central Ohio. i
She wants an Easter hat. repeatedly, merely by way of empha. condition ere o changed that
She wants to read her title clear sizing the joyousness of the passen- nothing seemed no appropriate to ex-h
L'n'o a :tvlish fiat; gers. It took the 'chef oe train' the NADINE FACE POWDER is com- press an inward feeling as that made
She wants a tour-seat motorcar, first hour or two to get used to it. pounded and purified by a newly dis- by the aged man when he gazed upon.
She wants a real Worth gown, The Parisians were much struck with covered process. Produces a beauti- the sea for the first time: "Oh God,
She wants a trip to Europe, or the simplicity of the men's equipment ful, soft, velvety appearance, which how restful."
At least to Newport town, and the camaraderie displayed be- remains until washed off Ladies who Miles away from the busy haunts of
She wants a cask .of rare cologne, tween officers and their command. use Nadine Face Powder are sure the Mil tafc, surrounded by stately forest
She wants a diamond pin, There is a great absence of formalism complexion will be soft and lovely at aftfiees, sucovering a rich growth of one
She wants a carriage of her own in the bearing of sailors and marines, close of the evening. of the most nutrition of forage plants
To go out calling in; but one has the feelings that they are THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. *f t blue most nutito of forage shadnts
She want- tbh earth, the Milky Way, meant for use. When on the march Buy one 50-cent green pkaa of bue grass, which wit theart ths shad,
An, half the stars above, they have the free swing of the sailor Nadine Face Powder, and if you are perhaps a typicl farm for this part of
,%fad yet you have the nerve to say, man on shipboard and an air as itf not entirely satisfied, notify us ard o, the state although somewhat larger
That ail she wants is love! fire and water would not stop them.'" we will promptly refund your money. --consisttingofme 1700 acres-well
-Louisville ourier-Journal. --- Sold by all leading druggists, or mail insisting o ro acr pswll
--- The younger set of Jewish society price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, adapsuited to the clate. Some two hun
PENSACOLAN TO WED enjoyed a delightful picnic dance at prepared only by suided acres of it were sown to what
ViGINIA GIRL. Electric PFark last night. NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. \ last fall and he crop gathered la
Mr H. C. Hiullard of this city will last fall and te crop gathered la
be marriece' August 17, at 8:30 p. m.,' What does it avail a man, though week made re no wh bhe .
-in Charlottc..ville. Va.., to Miss Ger- he keep his own premises pure as the Elvis Morgan and to be near her hus- to the acre, worth 80t per iushel.
Crude Lawrence Irvine of that place, floor of a convent refectory, if his band who has his headquarters at Somise o 000 are e co orn man
The young people's romance began neighbor throws out unclean tin cans Pine Barren. They have recently re- promise of the largest rop for many
.while Mr. Bullard was a student in and leaves them to breed stegomyia turned from a visit in Mobile and at years. It will averagee over 0 bu\eis.
the law department of the University and other mean feelings? Walker Springs. .to the cre.
from which he recently graduated. This immense prospective crop of
The wedding ceremony will be fol- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cranston have Mrs Nelson Duncan. Miss Belle corn will be utilized in producing beef
lowed by a large reception, after removed from 309 East Gadsden and Duncan, Mrs. Wm. McDonald, Miss p|rk, m ton, wool an raising fine
.-which Mr Bullari and bride will leavetare now occupying their lovely new Gertie McDonald and Mr. Dallas Dun- cattle as the short ho"n industry is
for Atlanta on their wedding journey residence just completed at the corner can left yesterday for eastern points 9 a specialty, the present herd consistin
'which will include a visit in this city of Nnth avenue and Strong which for several weeks. Mrs. McDonald of some 300 head worth $00 per hea .
guest of his mother Mrs. E. M. Bullard they find so delightfully coal they has gone for the benefit of her health while some in the herm are worth
on North Palafox street. have abandoned their mintemplated which has been very poor of late. DRESSY COAT IN SILK OR PONGEE. 000 each. O impo d bul weighs
orda, pecially in Pen dsal tip norhward peferring Mr. E. G. Morgan of Three Rivers. The loosely fitting coats are among out. A fancy Lcuillonne of the silk, The blue gra pasures are marvel
'Tampa. who will unite in congratula- Mrs. Joseph B. Lasseter who has Miss., who has been a pleasant visi- the most effective styles for misses as mde with a fat.herbone cording in of beauty and richness, bordered by
tions nd good wishes, for him and been visiting her mother, Mrs. E. M tor in Pensacola. will visit his father well as for children. In the illustra- either edge, is posted in cape fashionli reams of purest water In no season
his bride who is sai1 to be most at- Bullard. has joined Mr. Lasseter in in Molino, before going home. tion a round yoke over the shoul- theshoulder yoke, which ise trimmed in half a cen r thi sh of the
active and accomplished. rniinha where th now reside or cone, an i sme trimming state been blessed wih such crops as
tractie ad ac plihd. ngam were the now reside. ders is the only attempt at fitting; touch appears on the cuff that bands this year. All the crops gathered thu.
ASTER FRANK BURNS Mrs. Geoe Hoffma and nieces sick Mrs. heis hoMorgan hanngs been ry made. To this the body of the gar- the full loose puffed sleeve. Just to far have averaged far above the ordi-
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. Miss Edna Snith and Miss Eloise ment is applied In box pleats, these the curve of the hips is the right nary yield, giving evidence of general
Master Frank, the handsome little Brickson. returned' Tuesday night Mrs. Knowles and daughter Miss rot stitched, but well pressed through- length for these effective little wraps, prosperity.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Burns was six if m a two weeks visit in Florala. Julia are now pleasantly located, at This excessive yield of cereals and
years old Tuesday and his pappa and Mrs. Churchill's, 17 East La Rua. LI A RkAD came and destroyed all of the orangehay has stimulated instance in real
mamma ga-ve him the privilege of Miss Amy Briggs left Wednesday FLORIDA ROAD groves on the imne of the road the pros hustte For Ins tance, a farm of a few
celebrating his anniversary in his own noon for PFt. Deposit, Ala., on a three Mr. Ernest Caro has returned from e ne road ere not hudre acr nearby h far m
a.. week visit to friends. the mountains of Georgia. SOLD TO O TH bright but V .J. Herlong, the builder provements changed ownership last
Frank chose a hay ride to Mr. and ri mother of the road pushed the week at 80 er e.uilder This sum seems
Mrs. Harvey's camp at Magnolia Mr. and Mrs. N. McK. Oerting re- Miss Mary Chandler returns to her and promoter of the ronad, pusrther south high for rain raisin, but hen a
Bluff. turned Tusday morning from an ex.- home in Mobile to-day, after a light- The vegetable traffic over the road yield of 25 bushels of wheat to the
There was a big wagon loag of his thwded and delightful trip through the ful visit to Miss Taylor, at Old Mill GAINESVILE .PEOPLE BELIEVE continued to be god, and the road, acre worth 80 cents, or 80 bushels of
little friends and a smaller wagon fill- northwest from Colorado to Ws- Inn. hile it did nt prpr, ws kept up. corn to the acre worth 40 per bushel,
ed with chaperones. The drive in the cousin. BG COMPANY IS BACK OF Later Mr.t Herlong dispose of is there seems to be fair margin on
early moonlight was a merry one and Mr. Preston Avery and Mr. Clar- stock, and the company was reorgan the investment.
the welcome with which they were The Home Missionary Society meet- enee Avery are expected home Satur- PURCHASE OF GAINES- ised, with James M. Graham of Gaines- A well stocked farm here Is next in
received gave zest to everything, ing postponed on account of the rain, day from their camp in the mountains value to a gold mine and ot a ew o
Mrs. Burn. carried refreshments will be held in the basement of the of Georgia. VILLE AND GULF. e lle, the well-known ankr, at thedethe land bolder believe so and never
which were supplemented by coffee Pato MaEM. R church this (Thursday) h in interesting some of the ofials f care to go away except during the-
and fried fish with which Mrs. Har- afternoon at 4 o'cick. Mr John Denham has returned from the Georgia Southern and f lorida ln winter moMnhs, then they hasten off
vex surprised the young host and his Washington. Mrs. Denham, who has News of an important railroad deal the enterprise, and theroad was ex- to the genial cmate of Florida.
guests, all of which were greatly en- The Woman's Home Mission Soci- been very 111, is rapidly improving. reached the city last night by wire the enterprised nor andth e r to Sam- w. D. INGHAM.
joyed by all ages. ety of the Gadsden M. E. church will from Gaineeville, sa&y the Jackson- tended north from Gainc of over twentyS Wliamsport Ohio.
The party returned to the city about meet in the church this afternoon at Hon. W. B. Sheppard returned home ville Times-Union and Gitizen. T whe son City, a it onnecfed with the
30:30 happily ready for bed. and 4 o'clock, yesterday from Atlanta, where he had dispatch said: miles, wouthere it connecTed with theI
"'hoping Frank will soon have another teen for several days. His family has "An important deal was consummat- Georgia South Bernand Florida.
birthday." Mm. G. S. Kellie and charming gone to Warm Springs, Ga., where ed here today, in the sale of the But the road has never been a ay-
dauter Miss Christine, left Wednea- they will remain for the remainder of Gainesville aad Gulf Railroad, running investment and this fact evidently
NOTrE FROM ARMY Vo noon to spend a couple of months the summer, from Sampson City, its northern ter- ri sal By pushing nnfurther n accout
AND NAVY JOURNAL in Louisville, Ky. minal, where It connects with the hurried os ale. By p rig f e has decided ts close up his carriage
"The Navy Department has decided Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex- Georgia Southern ano>.Florida railroad,, north and opening up a rich sectionre and repair shop, located on the corer
that the battleship Missouri. recently Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Owsley left tracts are Pure and COocentrated; to Fairfield, its southern terminal n i other country for the west by a more ofIntendencia and Baylen streets.
'with the Battleship Squadron at Wednesday noon to spend two or three that's the reason they go the farthest.i Marion county, in all a distance o direct route, t s believed that These prenises, and also the second
Hampton Roads, shall reinforce the months in Kentucky for the benefit Ask your grocer for the Blue Ribbon about forty-eight miles. road will become a paying piece of story formerly occupied by Gonzalez's
Asiatic Squadron as soon as some of Mrs. Owsley's health which has not Lemon and Vanilla. Takes less. "The sale was made ny F. M. Simon- property. As a feeder to any of the Cigar Factory will be for rent from the
necessary repairs are completed at improved satisfactorily since her re- Flavors perfectly. ton of Tampa, A. B. Stuckey and B. W. larger systems it ought to prove profit- 15th of August. For further particu-
the New Yory Navy Yard. These re- cent illness. BAount of Ocala. Following the sale alhe ra o l w r I iars apply to Thos. C. Watson & Co.. 1
pairs include the emplacement of a Friday Excursion. and transfer the new company was though ead ownsitomen rollingostock- uw
new steam cylinder and the repairing Mr. Walker Wllis will return to Don't forget the regular Friday ex- organized, with S. F. Parrott of Macon, There are, however, several goods en-
ci the ship from stem to stern. This Montgomery to-day after spending a cursion on Tug Monarch. See the ad president; A. J. Stuckey, first vice- ne frei rand aseer oah-
overhauling will be carrieo' out as weekly with his parents and innumer- in to-day's Journal. president; B. W. Blount, second vice, gnes and freight and panisenger coach-
spedily as possible, as it is the de- ae able friends. p .resident; oH E Taylor, tr Poveof the sald an
essel shall be in Philpine waters Mrs. H. HBoyerand daughters, Ms DR. Banks, aitr. The last officers, Scuthern
not later than Otober I. lossie, Miss Georgia and Mss Iucile were from ainesvlile and have been p f rm G i'iie, t
account aree that the sailors have gone to Bagdad on a fishing trip.MAKES STATEMENT entied wt the copany In the p aGnese ie t e OPEN AL
,ent from Chebourg to Paris to es- Mrs. E. I. Stokes and children left T Build to pa. openeup of iew territory will prove
.cort the remains of John Paul Jones yesterday on the noon train for Jen To Buld to Tampa. of beneft to the city.
made an excellent showing, and had nings, Fla., to visit her sister Mrs. Dnr. S. M. Gonzalez wishes to state "While nothing authentic is learned,
that he is still county health officer. By it is stated upon what appears to be A Warning to Mothers.
-- --- ---- advice of his attorney the county will reliable authority that the Southern Too much care cannot be used with
__ w have to prefer charges, and when it Railway is behind the deal, and that small chilldren during the hot weather
N E W M ET H D L A N D R does his attorney will taKe the case the road Is to be pushed through to of the summer months to guard
into court and protect him. He is still Tampa, which would shorten the dis- against bowel troubles. As a rule it On account of the rainy weather Is
or duty regardless of the county comrn- tance to the west from Tampa by is only necessary to give the child a great many people from taking advant
S* missioners. about fifty miles. It is also stated that dose of castor oil to correct any dis- offer is continued for this week.
.. ewill ke omm nced at once." subtute, but give the old-fa shioned To introduce Hooton's Antiseptic T
g _u l The Gainesvlle & Gulf railroad was rastor oil, and see that it is free, as I'rchaser of a 25-cent bottle of the po
L Lbuilt in 1893 from Gainesville tolMica- rancid oil nauseates and has a ten- Both the Powder and the Brush are gt


That's the only kind of
ICE CREAM we make.
it has the smooth, rich
taste of Jersey cream.
The flavor is the best
vanilla bean and crush-
ed fruits.


COME AND
ENJOY IT.


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The Gulf City Mat
Baylen and Intencia

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MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL.
TRY AND GAE It' SEASON.
FREE DELIVERY.
PHIL JONES, MANAGER
PHONE 9W.




PHARMACY....


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,st week, which no doubt prevef',e 0
age of our free tooth brush offer tas;

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>wder, a 25-Sent Teeooth Brush r,.
'aranteed. and if either are uasaLt
and no questions asked.


TIONERY.


Stationery and Writing Materia's f
.cy packages for from 10 cents


A SPECIALTY
1100
PROMPT DELIVERY.



IS THE bestT,


FLOUR!

FRESH SUPPLY OF THU CET,
MUCH IN DEMAND BY INVA
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The effects of Mercury ad Potah
worse thmw the effects of Cotagious
Blood Pouo, for which thee miner.
wue .= ed y cannot cil
the setup a po..
oa of their own, producing dyspepna, r,
drying up gastric juices, mlivatio,,
ores mercurials r- i-- d often
necrosis of the bones.
Doewltne Oeen, Ky., Uitell Noom.
Gentlemn:-For over four yTo" I 8Mf.
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tables BlMOOd Poison. I wont to Rg
Sthey rourb months at
s osut.d by1..
ins d me anyood, m f heo tre .
meat no" hamfal than benef.
years. I me e my easm to a fre.n4
who told me that 8. 9. 8. had certealy
oured hi. atsones cmmnce adto U".
nd in s ixmonths o0dd find no tract
of thodieeO whateove.. This was
two yars ago, aud there hae be* no
sic"orrn tr. D. U. 3SADZXs.
S. S. S., a remedy mode from rrx,t,.
herbs and barks, is the only known an.
tidote for Contagious Blood Poison. t
thoroughly and permanently erndirat,
the poison from the blood so thbt no s.,u
is ever seen of the disease in fu,..
S. S. S. builds up instead of tearing f.Aow
the system, as do Mercury and Pota..
and when it has cared the disease every
art of the body has been toned :
by its purifying and tonic effer.
S. S. S. ao removes any effects of :.-
mineral tre.i:-
ment from t-!
blood. We ,ff.r
a reward o
proof tha
PURELY VEGETABLE. S. S. S.cor.ta-n
a part ;e qf
Mercury, Potash or any other m:e-,
Home treatment book and any men.. a
advice will be given without charge,
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The Journal's Classified Cash Advertisements


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For- .BARGAINS
AtJTO--Only run tour months. Good
as new. Finest bargain in second- 3Sroom house, corner lot. Rents
hand machine ever offered. See Dr. 5.00 per month .......... ..$421.00
Phillips. Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm* 3-toom (bay window) good re-
- - --- pair abstract ..............$525.00
FOR 8ALE-A well established, good 4-room or. B. Chaee it., rents
paying furniture business for sale. A $11.00 ner month ..........$1100.00
fine selected stock and first-class busi- Vacant Lots In ay leality.
ness in every sense of the word. Will Money to Loan in large or small
sell with or without accounts to suit amounts at market rates.
purchaser. A fine store in a good lo-, lre and Life Inskranc Agents.


nl aVul inJ an opportunJ Ity1J,* t Ut i o-
not often present itself to a party
wishing to engage in the furniture
business. Reasons for selling owner
wishes to leave the city. Address
Furniture. P. 0. Box 181, Pensacola,'
Fla. Any other information furnish-
e4 witl pleasure. 6aug j


L.S. BROWN&Co
200 Theisen Bid'g
"WE SELL LOTS"


TOut SALZ Olt RENT-lMkw inottera _____________


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FOR SALE

4 room houpe, rents $7.60 ........ 600
2 houses, renting $10.00.......... 800
Neat cottage, mear Paiateo...... 2350
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents
Colected.. Money Loaned.


LESLIE Ef BROOKS
04o, S. Palafox, Fisher BuilDing

Monoy to LOan.


We have $10,000.00 which we can loan in amounts
$5000.00 up, at 7 and 8 per cent., according to size of loan.

FOR SALE


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TO LOAN.


One story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at
$96.00 per year ........................................$ 600.00
Two dwellings on large corner lot. North Hayne street, rent
at $135.00 a year ........ .... .....$ 750.00
Desirable piece of Water Front property, lot 365 by 160, includ-
ing wharf charter. If sold at once .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$8000.00
Two dwellings on West Zarragossa street, good renters.. ..$1250.00
70 acres ow land near Powelton, Fla.. convenient to railroad..$ 250.00
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Sta-
tion ................................................... 41200.00
Desirable piece of property with lot SOxl00, near Palafox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once .. .. ..$6000.00


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corner on North
150 feet, must
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URANCE AGENT
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two-*try realdenee, good neighbor-. vOIT WAIT to borrow --- in *,iUIlm aUVWrul. OI
that are productive and can be bad on easy terms. lood Eat Hill, near cars. A. C. Bink.-t llM S amounttb orr. w mo.n eyIn One of the prettiest building lots on desirable c
---ey. -hiesen building. agw w $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by
FOR BAiE OR RnNT-New 7-oo-m TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, VA- interest. Tho. C. Watson & Co. ug beod t once ...........................
n.0, ., house at Goulding; large yard. .IES A14D ORIPS, all thorough!y .
Pens/tacola Inve stm entL ,* ,shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet and prtw.ptly. impaired. at.F B..Brucee MU."![ TI_.' h os. C i#/.A
en a o aell ad outhouseInvestm entC. A good bargain, g repair Dhop. en"d tem down. t ii, ot good a a
Al. L ke f psa.~1. Apply to postmaster, Goulding, Fla. I JIa Se jS. LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INS
W. e L l,, 4auglm PIANO TUNING-SAm prepared to do .. Ad e. Palafx a Gard tre
J. L. ,STLUAK V.4 .-,, ndie. in. -i- Tmmmaw.-- "o----wtuningeand repairing. Guarantee 10PamaY,. oa---Ga-- say- &a-
i G*.* -i -- I -FOR SAbE-Upright Kimball Pianu utistoand17 rasiri. Ger, ,Muarantee pept, paabk. __. ....
215 Somth Palefmx Street, Penseacla, Florida. ernment St. 4auglm* Conrad S.ott, 244 E. Gregory. 28jullm* ***y ee 0me. J. A.. Wils -, 22% W.
F_ OR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-- .. ..I heat stred MrI- 2(r 8 bud"' D IR E C TO R Y DAI.
ti ancefor taveling public. Daily OS D.I R
oleraI barrel of slack lime to-day. -'vice each way. From Chipley to B ay- MO.Nl L 'ANMI0 on good rea .o
WANT D I m p WAN 4at1m head. Addfesa J. M. TiaIle. Chipley, eit 1 aM L CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIl.. PENSACOL
AT To buy horse ad buggy COOPER WANTED-Permanent po- FOR SALa-A quarter block in New ..`.34mo116W1 & CAL s. a There will be a meeting et this
b uysadbuggyRp FOR SALB- quarter block in NewilREAL ESTATE body on the firs nd
.. ,n; part cash. balance a tion for steady reliable white man. ty, containing 5 lots, with large' E ...A.. . bo. .. s dy on the firt and third Wa:pe.- Trains ,.av
.,,, s P. X., Care Journal.: Must h o sober and have good referen oae k trees on same, very conveniently AI BTATElaa i part4 t y, O R LOA ft ag h d om f W ie l p days of ach month at 7:30 pm. All av
Sces. Address Pensacola Tar and Tur- located to car line, g*& and water yob the groL.d ad weWj w sa proitty on shr notet delegates are requestedtobepre
Spetitne Co., Bbeala, P. 10aun mains and tftuated tn excellent neigh- build yar house oul tme 9 Terms easy.l J. W. Bllard, itirs ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
7) N : 8. Tarragona St., be-| bo rhood. To a quick purchaser will mtsa D. Hale Wilan 8% BoSuth Palatox St., ohn 1144 W. L DLAY, President 7:15am ar
n and Romana St., and w ANTED-O-oo' cook. Permanent sell cheap. Addree P. 0. Box 529, TAILORING-BL L Disead, T ailor Secretary. S:50am ar
Srrella and parasols re-. pOSition and good wages to right City. laug2w* GOaent's clothing cleared, Pressed ad UNV LA'l.LU am Lout r moegte o3o ..o.s .., 2:50pm ar
neatly done while you person. Apply 913 N. Palatox St. 10a INew pired on short maice. No. 11% o all tiads oat personal oto mert e e ery ody No. in, t .' :50pr a
.. vgaran*CA TI- LD WANTED-ach ,.FORn SA -otifulF lock I NewWest 61or *--s.a.meet ae , m a
,., : .... +s lw. $ alL Th e Nll York Les s o..2 4 8 ar
!Dt T ity to demonstrate and display sam- Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Houas. ... .L.... ,, the PSu. L Watson bulldhig, corner Palafox and *Saturday,
NTD& at No 17 West ples. Slary $12 weekly. No capitali laugh POR ON DOLLAR AND plPY o a .arden str.ets Visiting brethren e Trains lea
S -4,t. city. 2autw* or experience required. Silver Co.,' CENTS per bead, we will haul oamt Pmt w dially welcome L
-20 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, P. O TURTON for a ae s SlKa. dea. hors2 cows LM e 3 J. H. BREWTON, C. C. .8:60am
S\ ibuy an extra good aug 9 andl2 CABMe loMaded and Ualoaded free aA 1 84 asMt ltndesiMa. Hermng 402 8. PALAgOX ST. H. NORLEk. K. ot R. & A. l:G0am
Pensacols or at of can H akM bt ht Br. ** ONET TO LOAN ON DIAMOND, atR0pn
c.eap for cash. Ad-.WAN D AT ONC-Six carpenters lC &bsog, years a lead. SAILMAKIER. e bIa Wage mwdallklas s a X 1
soule, Mary E tber. Santa ,at 35 cents per hour and ten brick- . o m1m".. H. PORTE, ina"Cort. e19 BUoth ts la lowes- uae o r e 'o t a st l ee 0 Aipm
-t Fl 1J ..i.m. yes &t 0 cnts per hour. Building ,IL 1. H. PORTER malma w 7169"! t, I r e m .est ,r d -0t .70po 1
Vty llm No. 45, Nay Yar. W. Kell. Supo PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS fo. Palatox trsA Orders taken s or pledags. h lock ,i theio Cotl SUN
.- Any girl in need ol tried ale. Standard sies. Prompt shli. tents, a*wntns, taatp stools and bo ba. third foor Bloun SUN
:.p, advice, etc., will fie a ment. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay. Fla. ct etc. Pres resoable. 3J", 1 00 At In amoun o o_ ..i tsoa building sout- Eectr c
. killing assistance by ap- WANTED-Servant girl at orce for ,22jlylm* 0U9 VUU 500.00 and up at 7 and 8 we. corner Palator. and ev hour
he Matron of the Saivation' general housework. Apply 318 West .- ---' --, per cent. Interest Thos. C. Watson Oarden streets Vutin kightd ae ncusve, an
i. scue Home, 83d St. and ave- Ptlmont street. auglm* FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- F R T & Co. 6aug cordially welcomed 11 m an
i irmangham, Ala. dh. -, old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of I .... .. .. B. CERUTI, C. Pensacola ,
S"YOUNG MAN with a horse or bicycle Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fine FOR RENT-The Wm. Johnson home C. J. Levy. K. of R. & u
\:l:D.-The Merclants Transfer can fid permanent poielton with young pies. I six-montas-old boar, all on North Palafbx, 10 oonas, steam P Knights of Columbu exception of
,.iuts your moving and bauming. The Journal. Apply at once to circu- registered and transferred. Carl Set- heat; all modern conveniences; large l aM. Meetings of the saeola at 6
-age guaranteed. T. B. Thor. lakton manager. terlind, Chipley, F5. 18317 yard; most desirable residence in the .. T Knights of Columbus turning, leave
P",, Phone 97& 18Junelm. WANTED..-A. in 41Mnt cou,. WALL TINTS by experts; result. ,!ty. Can be leased for a term of three DR. R. h. BUCKNERel at the ir0 hal a. m., a t
S.. --t y o-r tew4 tiles in Florida to handle Alpine Sale guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone ) ears. aug SPECIALIST ct a street on The above
American National Bank and .Lok'Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo: 485. 12July1m; FOR RENT-ThetWm. Johnson Home EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. Monday veal which will b
-tte price. Address J. L. J., Safes and Vaalt Fixtures of every FOR SALE.-Two pair atra fine on North Palafet. 10 rooms, steam I. Office 7y/ .. P*Iafox St. 7:20 o'elok. An Electric ca
.1 :a,. ilJndm description Write m ,* for tmm. young mule., sound+ and in good nat, all moorn''eneonulenees, large- Offi Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5. .f ilUon is ex ,de 7, 8, 8:50, 9:
_Sr,, t .-ecr,,c P-eodS Fdta.t, a tor- condition. Also one $hOrt. Studs- yard, most desirable residewMe a the to visiting Knights. 12:50, 1:50. 2
.... Your electric wrk of allda State Agent. 28june. baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. city. Can be leased for a term of three PATTILLO CAMPBBLL, JON B JONE. 9 and 10
.et us clean your fas, re- Any lateilgest pefto ay ear S l years. APply B. 8. .,, Care Journal. EDM. FOX, Grand Knlght.t e ,
S- namo, do your wiring. etc.! o lnr,, e FOR SALE--One Choice black on top Saug; Attoarm yatLaw, teorer ng from
: ..n Pensacela .Electric Co.' gonoecrrespond f .. of te ridge east of the electric I Beach will
S-t i eencia and ylen tr paers; no canvassing; 'xprine railway, between 7th and 8th streets,'FOR RNT-Arralne House, corner' Rm 40 Thleen Bu ng. Pe ee A . 0. P. train from
.eSedd forn cretlar Nature h as favored this to ad It I Hayntand, .mouat.treets. Apply Pensol dge No. 4, . 0.., n to Pen
.. No.era.. t adi" 1A e*,- cannot be duplicate.A. V. Ci bbs. W. 8. Garield. lijul THM PWlLEY, at h w Thrday e n t fro
v.l."S.I) & CO. reeived another u" CHICKEN WHEAT produces egs. FOR RENT-A 7-room hiuse on Big LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND street. Visltins brthren cor5diali pressat, but
S,I ut imported pure olive oil. Makes towls especially well lasore. Bayou; furnished for the summer; COLLECTIONuS inrted. T. G. STINSON, car schedule
r.~a ed in gallons, halt gallons P 0 Th cheapest food to be foua. P. IL on water front: large yard, hde PALAFOX AND ROMANA. B. R. WITKOV8!i. Becrety. tion with it
'tarts e MtlenAt Co. lPhoN Set. 1M trees, wide veranda, servants' quar- PHONE 669. REBFKAH SISTER&
'.i 1 -- The npno* i of PnnmaoM [FOR ISAL--lIal nwil mandoln nI e AsJl-A-mt ,, mefta tattm-- ters. excellent neighborhood. near eat rNaomi Lodga No. 10. Rebehah ..


Sur: iug. Let The Journal First cost $35.00. Very cheap. 12 tor stoeak and aceetaa. O t l e Wil rent cheap. Address 497, P STOKB ter eet every Monday aght at
S A ..- ulve the problem for yo. East Government St. Sauglw 3U-140 .L iteadeneta. IJm care Journal. SOJIy MAt d. ..nsllor atL Oe011 1. a V.
"-.,u y'ou a'e loing C OR SAL,3-3 tberC Claf for sale. FOR BALA-4-rooam hues 4r, o .,RENT-Ol- ce r0m with show gsse r l s cri aMl ivitdo
I ,ey oa the 25,000 o- r 30.ef i 609 eaftoSt. 1auglm lot, 3 blocks from Palatso. lot 9f window. Apply at. 84 8. Palafox. General Law PreStice. MIS MAMI REEMAN Sect
makestheppulation o( FR 192 on car line. For partielar@ in. 19Jylmoe
Sn.. ... the popular loa o FOR SALE-A Willams Typewritr, quire of Standard Clothing .. W *'W
-arlo In first-class condition. Price $30.00. S S 141 FOR RENT-New five-room cottage GCON t OUVILLE L ve Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0 W
V.aNTED-tauPint and transt The Fisher tl state Agtnc. Cang on, car line, corner 1N'th street and pts a Pythian Hai l t aad
* -ic phone i. Redde.nF irFOR 6SAL,-Becoad-haud csuk reg .Ith avenue quire at Trton's Ph ATTOR ATLAW. Wednesday in each month. Viit
to C & ..te ? ?COR OtW SALt.-South ha-f block 211,1 ter In perteet tedltioa. Will eW. gallery. 12July RW m 00 W Thofn Id. Phone 784 soverelns ortally f nvte
arraona &25sickS fr-nting 400 feet on 13th street, by. ash or or, time. A re l bargain. Can FOR RENT.-Residence lately o F. A. BOGHICH C. C.
.. ... .- 12T feet on Bay View Park; also be seen at James McHgh's 22mda c' ied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 11 IW. I W E L SH M IT. SLI BROO. sie
WjA7,fD--Oruers fox The Joursam south half of block 212, fronting 400
WAN-'"--rdersfoi.h Joay Do -o a n YO Want to bImor"M anllthiag? IARus street. Apply i X to RMenG. G Lo
special Pensacola Pauaa Cal feet on 14th St., by 137,, feet on.Bay, O wt tr Palafox street. AlCia Grove, Lodg N. 4, Woodmten
V wi.. w rk. The only .,ty adjoin. A.littlenaiwllNbrigoaerunNTI t eets eve Thrsa
S. taiia alt-tone pictures of la' '" now v Pa tla for results. The t tol t PO RENT-wenty-room us, eor- Fisher BuHding., 2044 South Palafox aL. VisItisng sovereign cordall lvit
tt-r- .nd special scenes is cest ale- The beautiful view down the __ ner Barracks and 2arragossa street Street. ed. RS* M* U. LS.,
La-av o-ders at Journal ofce. Ib n ou and down the bay Ma tevwe be "tR SAL-Fresh batter, cream, Suitable for boarding house. Apply PHONE 25. LILiB BRANUV. Guardian
SA: Ai Seond-hand Cora, Oat obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Jly, sweet milk, and buttermilk, dsto Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 16 East arr2 O
end ,ottnz se o" --on Out-of FOR BAL--4 am P rrla State AgMlt ivered at any time of day. No. 401 ,m00a- 2ant .
____.. .. "_. .. --R t__ Pa i0r. T ___'-"_____ M, B. B. A. No. 81 meets first anC
towt sLipments eolefted. Write u. for Fit &d Du r .Ot .So.. aadZ- Belmont street Phoo .OT. TJ lylm *. D .. 4 JN . T0LLER, third Wednesday evening at 7:30
F S .-,e- & Co. SiMarchli auk Fixtures of all descriptions i ST DentistLf ., Rafford Hall, NO. 10 West lntem,
S BINGHAM wants yours a e by A e L A *em 8, Brenbt Blding. PhoneS, 8a dencia Street. A. 0. LL,
re Pbone 63.0 Communircate with me for priae and afeT AND CORN MBAL, kill. LOST-Memorandum book or pocket -n *o r k. J. SWWNxTi e.
.terms before bUring elsewhere. Sc.r- A. r. GOlMALAS & CO.. Prolps. diary. Reward for return to W. C. n - ..
E-..-eA.\N uI ViKhltL., ouee. iltt Moreo, P tM. &r@*. SfeteeatrMs Hfooton at Escatnbia Realty Co.'s. Saug g W 1 1 1. t -
-o 0d Articles, Jewelry aad ay sale, 82lS e. CHOICE1 MEAL AND PURE $ROUNO B----- U. A F MWLLA F
10-t Aticle wanted. We pay cas THE'- T tl. WOOD TARD ca *TO FK EBOa. LOs -Boy of 15, namfe Alfred non- lafin tttlrs of CONTRAC 'R AND B-IlDER,
tor it Address P. BeO S3. City- supply ye wt tv W109. blocks. buy y st lMm adw stock teetd fm ttw. Has small cgar oon chin. LLeft d alets Oce, Bfoaaa b
18ec oat wood, knots, op I lameo maauaccturer, enCOsuaglt Pensacola July 14, presumably for Bag- LUM*1. LATHI, 8AWEI0VPRBaf to Pensacola B0slBe College
THE RiENTAL BUSINMBM t ser kindling. 3 oe e. C. 0. home tdatry.. atrtibute to babe did to go to work. Notify Miss Lulu LUM LATHSSAWI PR oto t attention sways "tlea
- cay and your buias wall Wniana, a, i lWaber, and aleve ur a yeu Johnson, 625 Hetiberg St., Pensacola. SHINGLES AND KILN. t business. P oo .
UT. careful attention. D. Hale WH- IjtaekL t t. tantglm DRIED GAP&. -
I ei . .. -.. "- = .


f SCHEDULE
'Steam Diviolen
A ELECTRIC TERMINAL
RAILWAY CO.
- Pcnsacola for the Little
g Bayou, Warrington,
Yard, and Fort
Barrancas at-
fJ. Barrancas 7:35am
Ft. Barrancas 10:30am
Ft. Barraneas 1:30pm
Ft. Barrancas 4:30pm
Ft. Barrancaa 7;00pia
FT. Barrancas *0:86M
i only.
'e Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
ar Pensacola 3:40pm
ar Pensacola 11:490aa
r Pensacola 2:4opm
ar Peaoaaco 6:55pm
ar Peesaco!a 7:456p
ar Pensacola 9:4dSp
DAY SCHEDULE
ar will leave Pensaco!a
'rom 6 r. to 10 p. m.
d Saturday night only at
d leave Bib Bayou for
very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
until 10:30 p. m., with the
the first car leaving Pen-
a. ni, which will, on re-
e the Sig Bayo at 6g:3
ke 2 jp m. car will leave
t 2:40 p. m.
is the week day schedule
egin Friday, April 15.
,r will leave Pensacola at
50, 10:50, 11:50, a. m. and
':50. 3:50. 4:50, 5:50, 6:50.
p. m.. running through to
'ou. and Immediately re.
i Bir Bayou to Palmetto
await arrival of steam
Pensacola and will then
acola ahead of the traij
arrancas.
r trains will run as at
will observe this elerge
and wJl1 work Ito COuew


Penasela, St. Andirews ad
Bulf StemMhip t.
STEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGiER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELLt, ST. AN-
DREWS, MILLVILLE.
And all points on t. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalashicela.
SCHEDULE
leavee Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 op
n., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesda), 8:30 p.
m.. for St. Andrews, Millville, Aps-
lacnicola, Carrabelle and Intaenedlme
points.
For additional information apply
J. IL SAUND.RA,
E, R. COBB, Presideft.
Gen. Frt. and Pass. A4t.
Pensacola, ia.


)00.00


TS,
TO,


ioard and rOmes.
* 'N "-N- .l furnished rooms,
: ( ..gii phone and bath. Larse
-"1.' wlth bay window. 10 N..
I'. P'ione 6,. 2 ringS. 2aglm*
pTl!ES waom want to ret houess,
Gana- or aytag ekse Ow -a
L:er w;l find Te JoUai l Vat
14 g re-t hel, b
t hIOTELr-Oipen alght &a& day.
9,Lopn plan. Rooms t sMA
IU Trlnsient trae *eoscted. 575.
SBouth Palates. Jes. a SMlvlae



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FRANC


urr lent.
715 North system ............. 1 0
Cottage on Ba Shore ........ 2.90
064 NOtMh@PAf ..............SAO
HeMt e r Perdtde Wharf .... 20M
PI Weset o na .............. : M
314 East Stron. ............... It
105 East Romana ............. it
806 West Main ................ 1AM
Dweliag Ner I8edarte ....... l80
MONEV TO LOAN AT THE LOW-
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


NORTH HILL PROPERTY.


Six desirable bulldfng lts at



,AST HILL PROPERTY
A Nis. Home, s505 Gadst, 7 rono, at


ffr OU NOARD P@R ARW4INSM


FISHER REAL ESTr


.-. Ae


O@LLET5ONOF MIUA tIf.V


TE AGENCY


g~. PS Wex.


For Rent.


$13 North7th avenue .......... LN
211 N 9th Avenue .............. 10 0

STORES AND OFFICEk ."
315y Seouth P lafox, p4tairs,
sultable for club e r eftfte
705 euth Paflates.
207 SEat QevernfenM
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW.
EST MARKET RATE OF INTERSS'.


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Enjoys Life More


Makes his livelihood more easily or pleasantly than the
man who has a productive farm. He is his own master
and reaps for himself and family thp 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 aeaesartea of life.


We Have Some


Good Farming Lands


*i0efal wte by tho MONth


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OWNER.
CAPTAIN.


PHONES, 358 and 1070.


CAPTAIN

DBBNIE EDIUNDSON'S
LAUNCHES

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

can be chartered by the hour, day or
week. Terms, reasonable.
Fishing Tackle and Cooking Uten-
sils furnished if desired.
PHONE 204.

SAPT. BENIA E EDLUNDSON
OWNER.



BAY EXCURSION!
....to....

OAKLAND
nIDAY, AUG. 11thl,
....by....
W4OMI REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 13,
1. O. O. F.
bTe teamer City of Tampa has
(em deastered and will leave Palafox
. rtf at I p. m, returning at a reas-
Sreahmlts served.
*FAR-A4DULT, S50 CENTS. CHIL-
REN UNDER 12 YEARS,
25 CENTS
COMMITTEE.


A DollAr's Worth for a S



A Big Movement


in Men's


Negligee Shirts

Lots of them selling now.
Big assortment in Per-
cales, Madras, Linen, etc.,
plain and plaited in white
and small, neat stripes
and figures.
$1.00 AND $1.25
IS A MIGHTY
POPULAR PRICE,
and the quality is the
motive power that is
pushing them out so
rapidly.



John White
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205.207 S. Palafo.
Phone 225.



FRIDAY


Excursion
THE TUG

MONARCH
twin run the following schedule,

FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Leave City for Life-Saving Station,
4:00.
Leave Life-Saving Station for City,
7:00.
Arrive Pensacola, 7:45.
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTS



LAUNCH STEPHEN
CTY WHARF LANMKL

Open to charter by private parties
for fshing trips, bathing, or other
summer recreation.


formerly ship's boat for Spanish
cruiser Isla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
prize captures.


cent personnel will be a boon to its A naging wi c ly on the bench for many years he gets Hermine, Aust ss, Hreglich, 2614,
r.emlpers and a pride to the people t nagging wife, a frnace sleepy and past his work?" The laugh- Port Tampa to Gulf Transit Company.
of Pensacola The sphere of work of collar button are oraw a s to ter tat followed had the desired ef- Homewood, Br ss, Jorgensen, 1263,
the Beavers is said to abound with m mora feet Pomaron to order.
a man's morals and a, mellow fetPoanto Am Srer.
good wholesome fun and to provoke disposition. Noms, Am sch, Sperry, 245, Car-
opportunirtes for immoderate laughter But a Shirt that doesn't ft The Chameblls. denas to order.
and as good cheer naturally oozes does more to rack hi nervous The tiny chinchilla, not more than Pensacola, Am ss, O'Leary, 1086,
from this crowd, it is easy to predict system and make a menrtl ad twelve Inches long, with a plump little New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.
next ridy as a red letter dy in the moral wreck of him than all of body on short, stout legs, thrives only Quhenswood, Br as, Neville, 1694,
lives of the charter members. The the other troubles put together. In the tropics. The little beasts have to Philadelphia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
list of charter members is as follows:he on rr b le with the utmost precaution Sopera Ital ss, Gustavino, Balti-
C. M. Covington, T. A. Jennings, G. mor b ile ih h tms reato
C. M. Covington, T. Jennings, G. about a ba shirts that t s not to injure their fur, that grows ona more to Gulf Transit Co.
I. Lapplngton. H. H. D'Alemberte,W. wTapton, Br as, Sanderson, 2300,
K p brc e ram easy to get rid of and stay rid skill nearly as tender and soft as a Tenereffe to J. A. Merritt & Co
Kl Hyer, J. E. berlronbie, J. Camp- of it. We have plenty of delle, web of silk. A perfect skin not larger Telesfora, Span ss Bengos, 291?,
bell Avery, W. A. Blount, Jr., Pattllo friendly, obedient, peaefu than a small pocket handkerchief is a Iverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Campbell. Dr. M. llory Kennedy. F.C. Shirts that a man learns to love revelation in fur growth. The texture Viseaina, Br a, McArthur, 1408,
Beard. W. H. Wagner, A. H. DAlem- for the pleasure and comfort of every hair s finer than floe silk, the Norfolk to F. O. Howe & Co.
berted. Ray Mitcher, H. Walker- they give him. length of It nearly an ineh and the col-
Grte. C. Ray Mitchewl, J. W Walker, The new patterns are indeed rintg about that of the soft undyed
Ge. P. Wentworth. . Bullock, Jr., handsome. Come, im te a eate Hudson, Nor bk, Knudsen, 771, Lo-
W. Oerting, J. T. Cone, James Mac- cream while the stock is ~rsh. don to order.
gibbon, C. F. Steward, J. C. Whiting, 0,C $7C, $1.00. sMr wer"T. Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
Dr. C. W. DIAlemberte, B. 8. Wil- Mrs. Wanterknow-I ol like to Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
lams, J. T. Gerelds. J. Walter Higglns, fnow, Mr. W, why you are so ac 'homas, Il bk, Ge, 80, to 0. .
Dr. J. W. Hargis, F. J. Grant, aA. A. I qo stio Sureb G o to a
Brown, Dr. 0 Bennett a C. CI W hy Pay Mor e? t I have idle ..uri s
well, Cha. ILOoton, C. E. Wilson, lWhy y Pa Mo est SO t, n! ha ei is teeSla m,
S. I. Schultz, Geo. W. Turton, A. D. r e It eea Tom n the et
Wright, Jack Reeee, Frederic Gill- 1 -e lo y aev wide awake, eW Donna Christina, Am c Axesen,
more, GOy PAlmas. W. C. Jones, C. L. less eergti etrkrty # w ev my 166, Belied to Wster.
WUkns, J. D. Carroll, A. Langford.. fate to aencount.e- almar, Am ech, Axelsea, 55, Key
R I- Denhm., C. R GrantR. M. West to Gulf Transit Co.
oun. Lesle M. Wells, Pat, agLM. ie A me '0s5a We Jennie 8. Hall, Am sch, Watts, 388,
RIae Wel, Pat .ostotoorder.
P. Dusenburry, . B. Hargi J. p. P Tme-bes a V.ery, str.modd g Las LBAon to a .R..
Sandusky. (. 5. aery, L. Eery B. CA OST Ht h't e? -eO, yesb tes m.M bl S ti. oro to mt6 r.
ga L. C. lt, D. F. SliaW, J. B. a m aqvt dwlg hi br ga ass V0 Nelson Atwood, Am so, Watt
Nizon U C. Tompe n, C. B. MYOll, Phme 297 n e her laws pt te-btmt tU, NeW Ywt to order.
F. cAllistr, W. Sandusky, W. G. .
Prier, Jack Hooton, a B-B Wttich, in a PMaanS c m. ..Pa
Hate X IFrnold, J. Emmet Wolfe, 0=7105WU -s maV4 hgalme Terflsano, fto gip. C
o r, 80 -o -7% IArveod ts maur.
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QUARANTINE IS New B IAL STORES


ON AGAINST Piano House FOR THE'PST


Sl We can .ave o. o.ey iiWEEKe
you it you desire a first-ctn a s n
New Pianos from $106 to $00. -.
i Be. sure.-to. see the Baby PlanO-.:o-ji l rrsuC-o -th Pdc o
S the Ste o e Has smallest regular Piano e er young lose Price of
and old alike, $100 to $175. ng S tro l
Issued an Order, Prohibiting It will pay yo to 1 or write Spirits Moing Up a Notch S tro
Their ShImyt to or Two. lowA1
i Shipet t TUNING A SPECIALTY.
This City. PHONE 47& The Jacksonville Industrial Record
contains the following for last week:
Advance in Prices.
AND AS A RESULT THE PRICES CLUTTER & RUSHING rTh ie e spirits of turpentine
WILL BOAR HIGH UPON TMHE 1 _oved up another notch yesterday at
WILL AR HIGH UPON THE e market's close, the demand ebn-
BUNCHUS THAT ARE NOW 12 E. Gverameat Street. tinued good throughout the day and According to
HERE-ORDER IPENSACO O Ri all offerings were taken In' the late
HERE-ORDER IN EFFECT FOR PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. trade at the closngfgures. The open. Directors of The E
ing was firm at 57% cents with sales h i t
NINETY DAYS. of 752 casks, and the close firm at heaval in the Com
% 57% cents, with additional sales of 44 the first ix months
Pcasks. The demand for supplies is good
There will be no more bananas u URP TINE STILLS. from both foreign and domestic sour year of more than
brought to Pensacola during the com- M M illan so tat the undertone of the mar.
ing ninety days. This has been de- McMillan Bros. o. ket is in a most satisfactory condition, have been expected
cided by Dr. Joseph G. Porter, state Manufactu The receipts were 876 casks, and the than for the first sF
health officer of Florida. M2u u. shipments, 592.
At a special meeting of the Chamber MOBILE, ALABAMA. The rosin market likewise shows an markable fine show
of Commerce held on the second in- upward tendency. The. opening was
stant, a special committee was ap- firm at prices below, showing a decline has passed*
pointed to take up with the state on pales, but an advance on mediums
health aWhorities such measures for .nd most of the common grades. The
safeguarding Pensacola against infec- sales were 2,249 barrels. The close
tion as it might deem necessary or was firm and unchanged and with ad-
advisable. The following gentlemen ditional sales. In the late trading fac-
composed this committee, viz: C. M. Naval Stores Market, tors' offerings were cleaned up at I l
Covington, A. M. Avery and Secre- Savannah, Ga., Aug. 9.-The naval varying prices. Some lots went at r su table S
tary W. C. Jones. stores market closed today as tol. quotations, outside prices on F, others
A conference with Dr. Warren E. lows: at an advance of 12% cents on WW,
Anderron, agent for the state board 10 on WG, 5 on N, M and quotations
of health, was held by this committee WW ................$5 10 to $6 15 for the remainder of the list, while f r
ei.rly last week. The whole question W .................$4 75 to 4 85 still others in addition to these ad-
of the quarantine regulations of Flor- N ...................14 40 to4 45 vances on the pales brought 2% cents Assets Dec. 31, 190
ida was thoroughly covered at this M ........................... 4 up on I, H, 5 on D and 10 on CB. The
conference. In view of the positive ........................ 4 1 receipts were 2,495 barrels, and the Assets June 30,190
knowledge of the scientifc work that I ............................ 4 -13 shipments 6,726.
the mosquito theory of yellow fever H ................... 4 05 to 4 10 Increase during last
transmission is the correct one and G ...................$4 00 to 4 05 Savannah Naval Stores Statement.
that the stegomyla cannot be convey- F ................. 0 to 3 9 Spirits. Rosin. Income first six ma
ed from place to place in ordinary E ................... 3 80 to 85Rosin exports for season 50175 62,557 Income first six mo
merchandise, there was no contention D ........................... 3 45 E.. ,p5 Income first Six m
raised that a quarantine be establish- C........................ 30 LastYear .........22,815 38,990
........................... Coastw ise 529 6,726'
ed against merchandise from infected Spirits Turpentine, 60 to 60% cents. Coastwise for saon. 3551 147,68 Increase in first six
Coastwlse for season.. 38,551 147,680,
centers; but it being an uncontro- Last year ............ 41,010 173,465
veritable fact that there is no more They Appeal to Our Sympathies. Receipts Au us" 3 ... 876 2,495 Policies issued first s
effectual hiding place for mosquitoes Last Tear ............ 904 2,944 first
than in a banana bunch, It was decid- The bilious and dyspeptic are con Receipts since Sept. 1 101048 25109 Policies 8ISSU firsts
ed by the committee to petition the stant sufferers and appeal to our sm- Last year ......... 82 235,429
state health officer, in the name of pathies. There is not one of them, Stock August 3...... 1,722 66,196 A uranD in force
the organized business interests of however, who may not be brought Lst year............ 29,452 67.524 a ng
Pensacola, to place an embargo on hack to health and happiness by the ..... assuring ................
bananas until frost. Dr. Porter evi- use of chamberlain's Stoliaoh and AsitranVeinfnf-ce J
dently considered the point made by Liver Tablets. These tablets Invigor. Sick headache? results from a disord. Assurante in fce j
the Chamber of Commerce committee ate the stomach and llvt and ered condition (f the stonlach and is assuring ...............
well taken, as he wired Dr. Anderson strengthen the digestion. They also quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-j
tt place bananas under the quaran- regulate the bowels. For sale by all ach and Liver Tableti. For sale by Increase in assurar
t.ne ban for ninety days to come. druggists. anr druggists. months, 18,960
'Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. OTICE A LI TfR
Foley's Honey and Tar has cure.1 I I
many cases of asthma that were con-
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues- r
ing, 701 West Third Strvet, Davenport, The public will please take notice Mr. Pe S. a brown, Mt nfjr1 K n o w lesF
Icwa, write: "A severe cold contracted that I have had copyrighted as required Pensacola, Florida,
twelve ytars ago was neglected until It by law the name "SENNA-PHOS," to Dear Sir
finally grew into asthma. The best designate a medicinal preparation man- This is to acknowledge receipt ol
medical skill available could not give ufactured by me, and that any one check No. 29588, of the Mutual Lifeirst
me more than temporary relief. Foley's knowingly selling or offering for sale, Insurance Company of New York, for
Honey and Tar was recommended and or in any wise uttering or circulating $2.000, being th full claim held by Ed-
one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me any preparation bearing any counter. win C.Dasby estate proofs having E D Anderson
.en ao lerwarded the Company on the
of asthma which had been growing on feit or imitation of the above label, been forwa July. 1 The olp y on E. D.
me for twelve years, ani if I had taken trademark, term or wording, will be 27 of July 190t5 Thyis poly
it at the start I would have been prosecuted by me and the full penalty barely two years old. u
saved year of suffering." W. A. of the aw, to-wit--a fine of not more I ceerfully recommend your good
D'Alembe-te, druggist and apothecary. than five hundred dollars ($500.00), or company to those desiring safe insur-
imprisonment for not more than three ace and promp settlement u.
BIAVER DAM TO 1,3 month--wll be I Mnvoked. ours very tnrly.NC
Dauglw W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, (Sl.ned.) PATTI DANSBY,
Admr. Es. Edwin C. Dansby.
BE ORG\ NIZ D NOTICE. hE REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
DANCE AT ELECTRIC PARK
Notice' 1 herebh given that the office THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA Cleared Yesterday.
(,f "'(;en'ral Manager" of the Nicholson Queenswood, Br ss, Neville, 1604,
LARGE NUMBER OF WELL KNOWN Luml)er and Stave Company, has been MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT CO. for Delfzlyl, with 2,821 c ft hewn tim-
CITIZENS AMONG THE LIST abolished, pursuant to action taken her, 1,765,000 s ft sawn timber.
tIy the Board cA Directors, and that Woke te Jeagre.
OF CHARTER MEMBERS. Mr. Wm. T. Recger, heretofore holding The Westminster Gazette relates that
aid office, is no longer the general an action was being tried before Lord VESSELS IN PORT.
manager of this company. Coleridge for damages for the death of :Steamshlps.
Messrs. Fruittcher and Carpentr NICOLSON I.IMBER & STAVE CO. a sheep dog, a winner of many prizes Blakemoor, Br ss. Bruhn. 2403,
the energetic organizers of the Inde aaug5t By .. M. SETTLE, Sec'y. at bench shows, and counsel for the Spezia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
pendcut Order of Beavers. have ar- .- defense was endeavoring to show that Bruno Menzell, Ger sa, Frederick-,
ranged to install a subor dinate Dam the dog had "had his day" and that sen, New Orleans to the W. S. Kevser!
of ihis very popular organization in damages should be nominal. Lord Cole- Co.
this city next Friday night in the ridge, however, was sweetly slumber- Cartha, Br as, Johnson, 541, Ha.
Odd Fellows Hall on Garden street. Shirt Troubles ing, and counsel felt the necessity for evana to Export Lumber Co.
A partial list of the charter members rousing him, if possible. So. gradual- to l. Merr ss Harisott & Co.Far
is published herewith. If the ritual- Cur Here raising his voice, he asked one of J. rrtt & Co. Tampa
isti teachings of the order are one- the plainffs witnesses, "Is it not you racial, Span s. Ruz,2122, Tamp
half as sublime and the sphere of Ie plaintiff's witnesses, IS It not wohen to Gulf Transit Co.
work approaches the merit claimed experience as an exhibitor that when Gustav Adolph Swed ss, Sjoberg,
for it. the Beavers with this magnifi- an old dog has taken his place regular- 1486. Sydney to H. Baars & Co.


ice in force during the last six
policies assuring........................$


31,941,847.00


Bros., Gen'l Agents,

national Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla.


- Special Agents


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has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and hghor
toterest rate than any company doing business- i Florida
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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of 0
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGING, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. Az -'s-
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Do. -.-,-
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITYMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.


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ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
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a statemuet submitted July 26th to the Board o
suitable Life Assurance Society, in spite of the up-
,any there has been an increase in the income for
Sof 1905 over the corresponding six months of last
TWO MILLION DOLLARS. While, as might
fewer policies were issued the past six months
c months of last year, the Company makes a re.
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Financial Report

ie First Six Months of 1905.
4 .............................. .................... $413,953,020.74
5...................................................... 421,249,272.79
t six months.......................... ... 7,296, 252.05
nths of 1904 ............ ................ ......... $ 36,412.327.38
nths of 1905.................................... 38,799,138.19
months of 190 .............................. 2,386.810.81
sixmonths 1904,65,592, assuring. 166,129. 321, 00
ix months1905, 61,083, assuring. 150,706,993.00
)ec. 31,1904,564,594, policies,
........ .... ................. ........$1,495,542892.00
me 30, 1905,583,554, policies,
.................................................... 1,526,434,739.00


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