The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00794
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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 11, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Chief D-t i ts aliss BY STEPPING DEATH RATE IN NEW ORLEANS Thirty.Sten MeMAiers piial -
B CtTlc Total -- |.STILL REMAINS LOW, AL- Polar Expedition Resel Conditions UpoE c Pi TWO TRUE BIL

GIVEN AN OVATION Mrs. J. G. S tioMlrth Painfully EA TION WITH OUTSIDE WORLD 1 on of Witnesses.
and Turned Ot E New Orleans, Aug. 10. -The M I U FAVORABLE ISSUE OF CONFER- ENSE, BUT MOTION FOR
adT 0tMrs..J.G. Shuttleworth was ver y 'official report to 6 o'clock this "yAsitUtOIOEOC
rainfully burned yesterday at the rest-, evening is as follows- ; By Associated P*ra .. ENCE EXPECTED. TINUANCE IS EXPECTED-
INTRODUCED BY PRESIDENT dence of her father, Capt. Dixon Reed New casc. 68; total cases to Honningvag, Norway, Two Railroad. 10.
on West Intendeacta street date 747. he Arctic steamer Ten nova r Granting Two Railroad mpanies BORS OF GRAND JURY WILL
MITCHELL. OF UNITED MINE She lighted the gas stove and drop eths o-day 5; total deaths ued Anthony FialP an *l o e f T By Associated Press.
ped a match upon which she uncon- to d 124. of the others connected eFlal Riht 0 Enter the Psormouth, N. H., Aug. 10.-To CONFINED TO CAPITAL
WORKERS. WHO SPOKE FLAT- sciously stepped and stood over i`-'; New subloc 21; total sub- Polar expeditia The hp day'sconference of the peace plenpo-
until her clothes were ablaze. *. foci 15T. -. which took the expedition, wicrush- cty tentiaries ended at twelve forty-five. FENSES.
TERINGLY OF MR. OOE- She held her four-months'-old infant Cases under treatment 286. e i in the ice in the winter-t i andf i Official statements on behalf of both
VELT's RELATION TO WORKING- in her arms, but laid it dovn ans lost with a large part of tkh provisions sides showed that the question of the
rushing to the faucet bent over and .^*I..-.^, and coal. After a conference of some duration powers of the commissioners had William F. Williams, arrested' s
MENADDRESS IN FULL. turned the water on herself. ; hirty-seven members o( the expedi- prominent business men and been settled once
At that mome t the colored cook threw New Orleans. Aug. 10.-That no un- ion we-e rescued, a good health with prof minen it council commien and this the Japanes and for all. Aftentiaries and Edward C. Dansby using
a quilt over her and between them the r.eessary risk may be taken it was n spi of the prolonged imprison embers of te city council comnded the Russian representatives andeath waof bth, was ndctedusiby
y Associated Pre flames were subdued, bia not until announced to-day by Surgeon White, :uent in Arctic, ha:in been severed tees, Mayor Blss yesterday affixed his the conditions of peace in writing, in grand jury yesterday afternoon,
her clothing was almost destroyed of the Marine Hospitil Service and ;rom all communications with the out- signature to the two new railroad duplicate. French and Russian. Bar- two true bills were presented
Pa.. Aug. 10.-Pre- and her side, breast shoulder side rather Scot tct the funeral of Arch- ie world since July 1903. ordinances recently passed by the cit on Komura handed he documents to court, both charging Williams
it o-day delivered an of her face and neck had been scorch- shop Chappelic on Saturday morning Anthony Fial. leader of the expedl- council, and both are now effective. M. Witte who played them in his in- murder in the first degree. Thes
P. before the anthracite ed will be private. Dr. White said that In said: council, and both re now effective.. Wide pocket an ced them in his in- murder in the first degree. These
-and members of the Cath- Happily the physician pronounced while it was accepted that yellow The rescue i most mey. Three This action was not taken, however side pocket and the meeting immedi- di ents were pr nled to the
tinene Union. e the burns not dangerous and though fever could not be ansmitted by a ep o r h a hih latitude fail- y te mayor, until after he ad e atey adjourned shortly before 6 o'clock, when
,- nhBer injuries ahe very painful they, ctrpse, he considered there were ele- id, but the cunific part of the work pressed hlwmsef upon the matters, and evote necessary time to studying the made the presentations. Willi
ma Oyster Bay. which was might have been so much worse, and ments of danger in gathering to the was succel .. ly carried out as plan- had the views of prominent men spot situation and will make reply ing will be brought into court this m
S markEastonPenn.ly b arr Mrs. Shuttleworth's escape was o Cathedral an immense assemblage d. the s e. A i ng inrooms of writing. This will be done as son as ing to hear the indictments aga
P b too enn. He arri 'narrow as was that of her child, that from all parts if the city. The Cathe- day mber of Cing in erceoomIt was as- anin the meantime no ses- him rea ticd.
Before three o'clock and her friends have much to thankful iral is located within the originallyChame o Co e rce. th was as- os will be held. The special term, which was
by thousands. The e for. infected diri:.t and near the French who wmbled a t the raintt o one mayor, M. Witte retired after lunch to the vened Wednesday, commenced to
andve m ade a holiday The lady's escape was due to her itarket and there has been fever on F L I ,nr a i th ifa o the private offices and began preparing down to business early yestei
have made a holiday and presence mind ad to the fa all sides of it. city, and aotei the welfare his ofview messages to his government in cipher morning. The venire drawn was
ee and hear thepresident. that her cook instead of becoming A solemn reauiem mass was safd in "iy It was Srn tgized b the eletin f embodying the conditions presented ed, and about twenty-two of th
t John iWork cher of. of the panic stricken gave her assistance honor of the dead prelate to-day. The the mayor as chairman and Sect'- by Baron Kumora which were cabled ames drawn, were present. F
ne Workers of America In- ervIceS lasted two hours. with a large H tery J ayor sof the Chamber nd ?Cor- this afternoon to Russia and will be this number the court selected
he president in a somewhat attendance. principally of people resid. | ry Jones of the Chamber f Com- transmitted to the emperor. M. following to act as a grand jury:
ieerci, as clerk. renihitteiahsoeptd-to
ress, in which he consid of ee lore consequence to his ing below Canal street. Thirty priests U I I I m erce, as clerk.Witte also put Into cipher his own A. Dubusson J. W. Boyett W.
ivanagrs of trade union- afe d children; tor It is a hard and participated aun the church was pro. The mayor stated that in his opin-, comments on the character of the con- Falk W. F. Brown, A. T. Fillngim
:-oke fltteringly of the e ot that in thi fte o sours the lsely decorated in white, purple an~d' the cit' ierests were t ditions an his views on what action Dixon, J. A. Gilmore, inaldoAllm
,,ation 1to Roosevelt poke as y tho whoe elfae rough glas talc been passed. and tuat he.L L. Fr an Jhn
Roosevelt oke a s hould be his o whose welae n rough glass fathe metallic covering favored some changes and placing the FAVORABLE ISUE OF haw, W Conners. Henry Cha
'should be his one special care. i1eing removed, -measures back before the council upon CONFERENCE EXPECTED. A. D. Morrtson. J. "'..t151.'ftd
Roosevelt's Address. For the drunkard, for the man who With the death rate remaining lower measures back before the council upon CONFERENCE EXPECTED. A. D. Morrison. J. f. t
loses his job because he can not con- -TlI second reading. He favored the ellm-: -,alker Anderson. After the j
early gad to peak trol o will not control his desire for than in previous epidemics, the hope- Twenty-Two Men Narrowly Escape nation of Section 9 sa r l did.- t
,: miners and their iu continues. The fever has 'aben Portsmouth, Aug
,"n and especially to liquor and for vicious pleasure, we iarted long enough to have assumed Drowning in th regard the deeds to prope.r. as being, ated Press is able to announce tha r, tired, where theyoa organize,, byo
:. pc. of th t have a feeling of an-er and contempt a virulent type, but appears less rowing in w orh good. He stated, howe-r, that espiritof the discussion to- s.lecton f Ans Morris n
in our country mixed with onur pity: but for his un- malignant than at first. However, did not wish to appea s an obstre day among the peace commissioners foreman and Walker person as
*r o fortunate wife and lktle ones we feel physicians realize that two months River tonist., and that he desire more ra.l-: was such as gr ea cntle rh f re aler A
a" our ph ple orlyf pty, and that of the deepest and .et remain in which the disease ma roads heroes wel as oer, and be hhope of a favorable issue of the con- The jury then returned o the
upn welfare tendeiest kind. ra t By Associated Press. leved it to be for the benefit of the fer ne.m and announced their organ
r.and the welfare Everythin p ble should be don e to be combatted and are unwil' New York. Aug. 10.-Under pres- city to secure them. I Baron Komura mae the interesting tion, when Judge Carter delivered
we can secure the to encourage the growth of that spirit express opinions now as to the sure of the weight of the North river. A number of prominent business ,,a.emeut that Japan is anxious fort charge. It was a lengthy one,
S woe classes we can of self-respect sthe ancerwth f hicht spirif ent that it may reach. the roof of the northerly tube of the men who were in attendance present- an abiding peace an in advance of covered all cases explicitly. He
Se c only -repe self-reliance, which if Both the Texas and ouisiana gov- twin tunnels, being bored from Fif- ed their views, and the mayor, after the actual delivery of terms, assured the jury of their duties in cer
Sthat the corn-ake all those in whom shows certain to ernents are amenable to reason, and teenth street, Jersey City, to Morton hearing opinion.; from a number of Wie andRosen that thecases and the procedure according
.. oret that the chief nove all thede in whom show itself the federal authorities hope will as street Manhattan. partly gave way the most prominent attorneys of th Japanese terms would be moderate law in the examining of witn
:.. r hg welfare alikef move steadilyhramward toward the high- Jiaeane-swantingero get away.n'g" "
welfare alike standard o Amercan citeship. Thcit any wan to get aay. yesterday and twenty-two men at city to the effect that the city's inter, and such as he hoped could be ac- and making returns. In the cha
4 and farmer, as ot a pod and responsible privlee Mayor Berman to borrow authoizedwork behind the boring shieli narrow-i ests were properly protected, stated cpted as a basis of negotiation. M. the judge took occasion to recomm
S .. mis: be the man ha o be citi en of this great self-gov s doa o i mMayorBeman t- escaped drowning. One mau lost that he would affix his signature to Witte replied with tne greatest earn- to the jury that their labors be
,he man hi ernin natis of this great t sf-go- sand dollars to assist in meeting the is life, having been crushed by the the measures. estness. joining in th hope that a ned to capital offenses as there
n. fe e.v. vway to help any- ernng nation; and before his eeds presentemergency. Though ,ot the shield. stunned and drowned. These grant to the promoters of lasting beace would be arranged, listed in Esconahia county a crime
to keep steadily bef e his eyes the entire $250,000 required by the federal Nineteen of the workmen took what are commonly known as the court of record, which had juris
I'. "-m ht himself. There fact that he wholly unfit to take government ha. been raised, all the fright when the water began to trickle Pensacola and Memphis and the Pen- tion lesser crimes.
S. en and then part ine he canrstk of governing othmself.rsHe money ios available that can be used down pon them and fled toward theacola and Andalusia roads the right W ILL ND IN A Examination of Witnesses.
S: ; y. b normally must stand up manfully for his own gate of the air lock. Three retained to enter the city. After hearing the charge of these
Ss nu- spend upon his rights; he must respct the rights of Noe at Hattieu their presence of mind and plugged Immediately after the meeting the D TRF TY the jury retired, but it was then
a..x t o: his own success others; he must obee the rlaw and M onile Ala Ant a1 Ae le the break in the roof. When the mayor signed the two ordinances, the Iin the day. and no witnesses were
,Xi- ca orhisown success l others; he must obey the law, and Mobile, Ala.. Aug. 10.-Att telegram finished their work they were hip two different pens used for the sam Portsmouth. N. H., Aug. 10-Kijro gained until the afternoon ses
:: bwiselegis- he must try to l u to t rules s mouth. N.
b.!,. wi.. etis-he must try to live imp to those rules from the mayor of Hattiesburg, Kiss., dee-p in water. il(ing secured by Win. H. Knowles and
something otrigbteousness which are above and announces that as a result of investi- Work on the southern tube of the A. H. D'Alemwrte, both of which a 'akasui. pro-ssor of English, at the convene. Subpoenas had been
.n .r a(:ion :ak.n in our behind all laws. A. H. D'Alem rte, both of which are
Saa oug e state nation by the Marine Hospital sur- tunnel was finished last fall. The suitably engraved and wil be kept s imvwperial univrsg alengthyToki in an ethe killing of John White and
S n. App to AL geons there is no yellow fever there. northern bore had been carried to ouvenirs.erviewfollowin
.g :m r. can be done by Tis applies just as much to the within 200 yards of the New York I cuce with Mr. Soto, who has been Dansby, an' these were present
:. n and ,ranizai.,i among man of great wealth as to the man ot Not Yellow Fever. shore when. yesterday's leak began. b spokesman far for the Japane Kehoe afternoon. Stattndance uponli
p e s as ll means; to the capitalist as to New Orleans. Aug. 10.-A careful The three men who remained plugged peace cmmiion, said that Japans s nd

1i m to consult, aod apiuals each to the opening until planks and timbers y|anded. The indemnity, Mr. eTka- was the murderer. cThe testimony
a h ana s the factor t1 a t the rother1 reAndbly and fairly cld be placea' in position" sugi sas i b t bereduidace the last witness fwas concluded ab
: :' ,-' :n d, :,mining any each to look at the other's side of the n | b ao I I I 5 o'clock, and thirty minutes at
'. .- ,-.i :. he sum of that case ani to do to the other justice. If shows that theWill Christen Battleship. r Tak aid o wards the jury filed Into the co
Ie P. tnN p e caikso, said t

"Z. ,~, ,' f hi knowledge, only this course ortld be generally Chicago, Aug. 10.--Governor w Ed- a "The Portlsn south con ference wllroom and after 'roll call, Fored
rrif ad onurage. Wihat- folowed. the chance f Industrial dis-i ee t ward Hoch. of KT:ihas. accompanied en'linateatyotpeace." orrison presented two indlctme
i "c ;a.r,.ae ha.n self-respect, aster would be mhinilayel lo by his wife and daughter, Miss Anna al a These were against
Sh hto -lip hint overcome Now, my friends, I wint to read you Hoch, passed through Chicago last William F. William
;V. ::h which all of us an extract fre m a letter I have just nigh at en route to h!!adelphia. where RAILROAD wiLL ana' charged hin with the murder
S,. :i of benefit not only received from a Catolic priest whom Miss Hoch will christen the new bat- John Weite and Edward C. Dans
*"'";. whole community. I know well and whom I know PURCHASE tieship Kansas when it is launched. TheNakOfls, OwnedBy Pensaco 6 01a AR ITRATh These were p's *d in the hands of
g toud Be Temperateo be as tand as each to the opening until planks and timbers nded Thcourt, who red that the cou

iev an do more to help ing mon as there is to be found in this' rBAiii iL d PabtiaS, iS d pr6 tO RCi St. Paul, Aug. 10.-There will be no .r the defend be notitdg of
-,..r than .-uch a temper- country. Now and thpe--ot too of- I f * parbitration of the telegraphdrs' strike fas. Judge Reeves, of Maxwell
S. a- a which I am now ten-It is t good thing for all of as to C*lr. against the Gr.o t Northern Railway. He v'lc, appeared shortly afterwa
of inalculable con ear wht is not pa altogether A it This was finally decided to-day by tnd h'h!l e iu indictments were
S n hiself that he t o8h 80 ASSOCI S uU st Gneral Superintendent Slade, who read in open court, the counsel
and temraperate an it (Continued on i dtrh Page.) d w The landsoe schooner Nakomis, aia so far aa the railroad was con o p presented with a copy of the sam
Sat o 75,000 AcIles of Amercan League. owned by Pensacola parties, is rn .drned, the strike was a closed incl- State's Attorney Kehoe and C.
-- Washington-S. Louis, both games rt, and-is peparing to commence I Jones, representing the prosecute
i J ch in c -,stponed, rain. loading a cargo of lumber for Cuban President J. Hll, to whom thwe were present to look after the i
SXIO S 0 G t I New York 2, Chicago 8. rt. The vesel, which was pure- t er was referred, said: "We have st of the state should any motions
*A big land oaal which has been an- Philadelphia-Cleveland; both games chased over a : ear since is owned by absolutely nothing to arbitrate with ---- ... ----
oft a *ie e *ira td der conPenrtron for sose time was postponed, rain. .Jo.hn Christie, and Arthur and Thomas ,en who go out without notice." (Continued on Fifth Page.)
OT emp ate n hit SC --lou consummated In Pensacola yesterdaA Boston 1. Detroit 2. (First Game.)s Johnson. an C
when J. R. Sanders purchased t or Boston 5, Detroit, 3 (Second Game.) The Nakomin reached port during

himself and associates 75,000 acres -- .he latter portion of last week, and *st al *0e e n t
Asscclated Press. i rious European syndicates are not be- of timber lands from J. A. Chaffln & National League. came over to the city to commence Intial
Au u 10.--Speculation ing considered by We Morgan Arm. Co. Chicago 0, New York 1. taking on her crrgo. She is a vessel
urecontrol From a financial point of view, Deveral The consideration for this immense Pittsburg 4, Boston 7. capable of carrying about 360.000 Sanford u ider Cas
S ure control of the o these offers are understood to have, tract of land was about half a million Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 1. superficial feet of lumber, and has
('ano)n railway and the; been very tempting. At the present! dollars. The land lies mostly in Santa St. Louis 5, Erooklyn 4. a net tonnage of 245.
f fur other const-uction time, however, the negotiations for the Rosa county, though a part of it Is in She was purchased in New York,
China-American De-s ale of the property have become Walton county. The timber on it is Southern League. and this Is her first visit to the home By Associated Press. (Jury was dismissed. Four jury,
*:!.;pani were set at rest closely lateetwimed s tth diplomacy, what is known as round, or unboxed. Atlanta-Birmingham. rain. port, as she has been engaged in other Rome, Ga., \Vi. 10--At noon to-day, were for acquittal and the others
*I. positive statement While a large banking preft will Mte- timber, never having been turpentined. At Meridian: New Orleans 1, Shreve- trade since becoming the property of having been in the ,ury box for ten for conviction.
S:- informed quarters, ac- ly be sacrifeed by tke sale of the The purchasers of this tract are port 0. local men. Sanford's attorney sail tAis ai
Herald that J. P. Mor- concessions ad railroad to the Chi- J. R. Saunders, H. I. Covington, C. Memphis 4. Little Rock 1. The owneq, decided, when the days and six days in the jury room, noon that be would ask for the reh
: continuing their mego.- ese, it is asserted that the majority M. X ortgton, and a number of Geor- Naahville-Montgomery, rain. schooner reached here to make a the jury in the case in which Vincent of the defendant on ball, and that
.,- 5aie of the property lateret is acting with a view to pro- gia gentlemen. They will be incor- change in masters, and upon her ar T. ?anford is charged wth the murder case be set for hearing on Angusi
ns to the Chinese. It motiag better sad mre r4ital rela- porated as the Yellow 'ftae Land Co., South Atiantic League, rival Captain Boddam was placed in of George Wright, advised the court It is understood to-night that t1
further thau the oiers toms between this eoutr and China and will proceed at once to develop Jacksonville 3. Macon 1. command. He is an old and expert. that It could not agree... of the jury were strong for acqu
rol of the Chia-Amercan tha now ext a tieholn for naval stores pro- Columbia 4, Charleston enced arer a will cary the An order was de by Judge two for murder in the first degree
-at Company, made by va- elite sm0 c t e dt. Savannah 9, Agusta 1. schooMer ot on her next voyage. Wrisht o'eclaring a eitrial sad the the rest for voamtary ffnenga.





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Notice is hereby given that the following decrtOe *i lands will be sold &t
public auction on the t M day, behe lt nhe 4th d 7 o Iseptember, 1905, at
the County Court House t the Comuty of Eamrbla, l'orlds, or so much
thereof as will be neoessuy to pay the amount dea fr, r (vrx -~ro-i i sl:t
opposite to the same, together with the cost of esoh Iale and advertiant.
J. S. ROBERTS, Tax Collector
Oecambia County.

Name. Description. a
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Unknown..........Lot 6.................. 2 2s 32w
John M. Quarries....NW% of SW%........... 5 2S 32w
Elijah White........50 acres undivided of Bortlla
Grant............ ....17 3s 31w
Emma Delphin......30 acres undivided of Boril-
la Grant............ ...17 3s 31w
Benj. Dolphin......20 acres undivided of Borilla
Grant...... ...... ....17 3 31w
Hiram Simmons.....Lots 4 and 5, blk. 7 Van
Kirk's division of 8% of lot
3.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..12 2e 81w
Isaace Milton.......North part lot 3, blk. 15, Van
Kirk's division...... ....13 2s 31w
B. L. Simpson.......Lots 8 and 9, blk. 15, Van
Kirk's division...... ...13 2s 31w
Mayo and McCurdy..Lot 1 except 10 lots about 10
acres of- Van Kirk's div..13 2s 31w
Unknown........... N'4! of NBI~ except 10 acres
to H. Webster, and 80 acres
to Dora Wliliams........18 2s 31w
Rachel Simons...... Lot 2 and North 350 feet of
lot 1, blk. 18 of Van Kirk's
division of N% of NW 4.... 19 2s 31w
N. A. Carson........NE% of SE%.............. 8 Is 31w
Samuel McCall.....N% of N% or N% of lots 1. 2,
3, 4............ .. ....22 Il 31w
Thos. R. Godfrey....NE% of SE% ...............23 la 1w
Those. R. Godfrey.... NE% of NE................26 is $1w
B. H. Joseph........East 12 acres of S% of S% of
NE% 10x12 chains........26 Is 31w
Emma F. Murphy... .West 6 acres of N% of S% of
NE1%, and west 8 acres of
S1 of S% of NEIB......26 Is 81w

wuuLUA.. uI,,,-,, C.. H. Smith and H.
L I W W. Adams........Lot 15 sub. division of Thee.
Lcadcr in mporte W s English Grant ...... ....28
and iquors. Sadie Boland.......S% or lots 5, 6, 7, 8 .........30
Unknown..........Lot 2.. .......... ... 35
PHONE Ir. J. W. Helton, Sr.....W% of S% of SW'1/ of SE1/.38
N. 331 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Henry Handrop.....E/ of S% of SW% of SE%.38
PEISACOLA. FLA. W. R. Ard..........SW% of NWV ........... ..38
Etta White, Trustee
also Wm. Kirk.... % undivided Interest in N% 11
GULF CW y Ett% White, Trustee,
S also Wm. Kirk.... 4 undivided interest In SE%.11
*S r j -" ~ R. A. Bonifay...... SW'.................11
-- B. L. Anderson.....56 acres of lot 2 not assessed
to others.. ....... .....16
Cleag ye C. E. Swan.........Lot 26 E of R. R...........21
R. W. Swan.........Lot 27 East of R. R .........21
W ok Wm. Garrin..........Lot 47 ast of R. R...........21
W orks C. P. Groskopf ......Lot 19 Eof R. R...........31
MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER John McHenry......Lot 23 .. ........... ..8
MONTH. Winsor Hunter, also
Lalles and Gert's Clothing cleanel L. Boley..........5 acres, 3 chains N. of S. line
C-ed and repaired. Goods called for and 5 chains W. of E. line
and delivered. in lot 2............. ..22
ABELL & FINCH, PROPS, Catherine Jones.....Ehst % lot 6.............. 24
140 E. Government St, Antone Josee........West 15 acres of N 20 acres
Phone No. 1C3. Pensacola, Fla.. of lot 1, DB. 20, pg. 156....30
T. Baker...........2 acres west of Bowers, East
--of R. R., DB. 13, pg. 378....35
GIVE YOUR HAULING TO Jim Geralds........10 acres west of Baker, East
of R. R., DB. 7, pg. 162...35
Merchn ts Tranf Cr -A L. Boley............Lot 6 W.of R. R. Videl Grant.35
Merchants Transfr Goi E A. Seal...........5% acres in NW Corner West
Public road, DB. 37, pg. 623,
Thor. B. Thorzcn, Prep. Vidal Grant.. ...... ....356
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 8. J. Gonzalez.......17 acres East of R. R., North
of Cook, DB. 7, pg. 218....36
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TC Unknown ............NW part of Philips Grant
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT. West of Public Road.......50
Y O Guss Reles..........East 10 acres of West 40 J.
Noridg Grant, IDB. 24, pg.
PHONE 978. 214; Sections 3 and.. .. ..15
P. O. COX, 7;.. Unknown (Est. D. F.
Fant)........... All less 1 acre to Sheppard
Goff, B. 15, pg. 289.. ..... 4
-- A. E. Yniestra.......% undivided interest in lot 6 10
R. I.4 Bryara.........N lot 2..............14




is the very essence of life. Keep the
blood healthy and the various organs
will be healthy. The way by which
the blood is to be kept pure ano'
healthy Is not by administering so*
called blood tonics, but by keeping the
glands of the body pure, sweet and
clean, and this is to be accomplished
by a gentle assistance to nature.
Nature rebels against the powerful
drugs that are administered to-day for
her assistance. She does not stand in
need of them; they always do her
harm. Do not put powerful drugs into
your stomach.

Long Life

Liver and

Kidney Cure

the discovery of Rev. H. E. O'Grady,
will be found the best remedy ever
ofered to relieve constipation and all
th forms of Liver and Kidney trouble.
If your liver is right you will not suf-
fr from indigetlion, jaundice, chills,
Ltrer and many other troubles arising
frm diseased liver.

Lasts Saks, of Birmingham, Ala.,
the largest clothier in the state, says:
Taour Long Life Liver and Kidney
Cure is rightly called Long Life, as it
to a medicine of great merit."

For Suic by

Chas. McCredie......N% of SW' of NEi.... ..20
ErttL White, Trustee,
also E. Griffen.....'4 undivided interest In SE
of NW%4.......... ..21
E. Griffen........... undivided interest in i1 B
of NW14........... ....21
Etta White, Trustee,
aho E. Griffen.... undivided Interest in E%
of SW%'.. ............21
E. Griffen............ undivided interest in E%
of SW%.. .. .. .. .. ....21
Etta White. Trustee,
also E. Griffen.....% undivided interest in E%
of SE 4.. ........ ....21
E. Griffen........... % undivided Interest in B% of
SE% .... .. .. .. ......21
E. Griffen...........SW% of SE% and South 10
acres of NW4 of SE1%....21
Jas. Bailey..........SW%4 of NW'%..........22
EAta White, Trustee.
also Wm. Kirk.....% undivided interest in SW
.. .. .. .. ... ... ....22
Etta White, Trustee,
also Wm. Kirk .... undivided interest W% of
SE1 ........ .. .... ..2
J. J. Martin.........Lot 1................... 1
John Boutwell.......I acre, 3.16 chains square in
NW Cor. of NE% of SE%
South of Ralph Whitman.. 5
T. J. Mellen........4 acres in SE%8 of SE%. DB.
27. pg. 251............. 5
J. H. Fletcher.......Lot 2 Brown's division of NE
1' of SW%, book 30, pg. 118 5
J. B. English........Lot 9 Brown's division of NE
14 of SW4%, DB 32. pg. 214. 5
Sandy King.........420x210 ft. InNE Cor. of SE
1% of SW, tDB. 32, pg. 54.. 6
M. Mayo............One triangular acre in NE Cor.
of NW% of NEI4, DB. 28,
pg. 364............ ... 8
Geo. B. Green, Agt..42 ft. East front by 100 ft. N.
of Hudson in SE% of NW
% of NW%, DB. 32, pg. 240 8
P. W. White........1 acre South of B. Craig in
NE Corner of NW% of SW
1, DB. 32, pg. 80 .... ... 8
Ilene 0. MeGreen....1-5 acre in NW Corner of NW%
of SW%, DB. 32, pg. 239... 8
Wm. McCall........3.16 chains square in NW% of
SW%, DB. 32, pg. 281..... 8
E. and J. Rogers....4 acres in SW Corner of NW
14 of SW%, DB. 32, pg. 16 8
John Willis......... 8% lot 3 and N% lot 4......
John Willis.........N% lot 5. ........ ......
J. E. Emmons and B.
C. Robineon, also A.
A. Fisher.........South 23 acres of lot 3......16
Mary H. Kline.......NNW4 of NW4,.. .... ....18
W. C. Johnson...... South 1 acre of lot 3 and north
1 acre lot 6 West of A. S.
RR.., DB. 9, pg. 555 ...... 3
E. Walker..........Lot 10 sub division of lot 8, DB.
12, pg. 297.. ........ ...32
Lula Bunt........... I acre in NW Cor. of SW'A
of B9%. DB. 27.. .... ..32
J. H. Reaves ........80x219 yards in SE Corner
of SW% of NB% .... ......32
E. Walker.......... 4 eres ta NW Cor. of lot I.
DIB. 27. pg. 115...... ..83
Neal Bwe .......1040 ft. East and West by 3S=
ft. N. and S. in NB Corner


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of SW% of SW%.... ....33 6n 80w
J. B. Cooper..........QW% of SW%4 of NWI...... In 1w
John Beaumister... .North 118 ft. of NZA% of SB
% of NW% Lat of R. R.
DB. 21.. .............. 2 In 31w
E. Middleston.......5 acres in SB% 0t NW%
West of R, R., less one acre
DB. 16, pg. 437........... .. 2 In 31w
Caleb Neal...........8 of 83%, NW4 of 8SV4
and SW% of NE%......... 4 In 31w
Alexander Wilson... .3% of NW%, N 306 ft. of NE
% of SW4, and S 1014 ft.
of SE'-i of SW%.... ...... 6 In 81w
J. W. Johnson.......NW% of SW'U........ .. 8 In 31w
John Severance....W% of NE% and E% of NW
%............. ....10 na 31w
Lewis Black........ W% o NW% and N% of SW%
leAs 25 acres to Ripple, Pry-
or and Union.. .....10 In 31w
John Rib~ble........60 rods by 48 rods in East part
of NE4 of SW% less 7
acres, DB. 22, pg. 610 .. ..10 In 31w
Edmund Castleberry 2 acres in NE Corner of NE% %
of SW% part of Ripple's 48
by 60 rods.. .. .......10 In 31w
Nelson Andrew... 5 acres in N8% of SW% south
of Castleberry's, a part of
Ripple's 48 by 60 rods.....10 In 31w
John Mlxon..........% of SW% less 20 acres ..10 In 81w
John Ransom.......4 acres in SW Corner of SE
%1 of SW%, DB. 27, pg. 29510 In 31w
Prince McQueen.....210 ft. by 420 ft. in NE Cor-
ner of SW% of SW%, DB.
30, pg. 243..............10 In 31w
Jane Harris.........6 acres part of W% of SW%
of 8E% ........ .. ....10 In 31w
Isaac Brown........70 yds. square, 40 rods East of
NW Corner of SWi4 of SE
%, DB. 27, pg. 583..........10 In 31w
Unknown...........116 ft. by 375 ft. In NW of
SW% of SE4, DB. 20, pg.
279 .. .. .... .... .... 10 In 1w
D. B. Steanis.......11 acres in SW'4 of SE% ....10 In 81w
4.. ........ ........16 2n 81w
Those Pebley..........% of lots 11 and 12 ......24 In 31w
Jas. Kanen..........All except 63 acres to M. E.
Bennett and F. E. Martner..23 2n 31w
John Pattaion......8W of NW% ...... .. ..24 2n 31w
Jerry Underwood...SEY of SW%..... ........24 2n 31w
C. N. Levy..........SW% of NEJ and N% of SE
Sof N3% .... ........28 2n 31w
Alex Wilson.........SEB........... .......30 2r 31w
Bl3jah Simlpson......10 acres in 8S Cor. of NE'
DB. 34, pg. 148.. ... .....34 2r 31w
Ellah Bimpson......NB14 of NE% of 51%......34 2t. $w
J. M. Harrell........5 acres of N% Sbackleford
Grant, DB. 32, pg. 199......38 2n 31w
J. Idflnger........8 acres North of Asa EBndlng-
er, DB. 5, pg. g; See. 22 and 23 3n 31w
J. W. Emmos.......8 acres East 'A. Eadflnger
and South of J. Endflnger,
DB. 35. pg. 18..........23 Sn 31w
J. T. Rutheriord....N% of N4 of lot 4 or N% of
NW% of SW%..........26 3n 31w
W. R. Hammae.....8E% of NW/.. .......... 6 4n 31w
J. P. Hansen.........NE-M of SW4...........29 4n 31w
Unknown.......... .Lot 52.. ........ ......40 4n 31w
Mary H. Kllm......N% of SEI less 2 acres to
G. W. Gilaore in NW% of
8B4. ................. 2 5n 31w
W. W. Jordi.......8% of NB% .. ........ 6 5n 31w
W. T. Godwta........N% of 8314 and N% of SW%4 6 8n 1w
Alex Robertson......SW%.. .... .. ...... .. 7 5n 31w
Silas Jad .on.......NW% of SW%, NE% of SW% 8 5n 31w
John J. Shooley..... % of SE% and NW%o of SB% 9 5n 31w
Frank Keaer........SW%.. .. .... .. .... .. 11 -6a 31w
silas Jacl1o.I.....NWI.. .. ... .. .. ....11 5n 31w
Henry Nape........2 soree in SW% of SA%, DB.
14, pg. 456............ 10 In 31w
Prince McQueen.....210 ft. by 315 ft.. 276 ft. of
SW Cor. of SW% of SE1.10 In 31w
Frank Levy.........B% of NM%.............10 In 31w
Sylvester Martin....16 by 40 rods in NE Cor. of. lot
4. DB. 20, pg. 202........11 ln 31w
Alfred Ltdoyon......Lot 10.. .......... ....11 Iv 81w
Unknown (Gee.
Gates Est.).......28 acres of lot 1, East of R. R.
Gonsales Grant, Book 5, pg.
466 .... ........ ......14 In 31w
Gonzales Grant, BE. p. 573..14 In 31w
Etta White, Trustee 8% of lot 2, Goasales Grant..14 In 31w
H. B. Hatton........Lot 19 sub div. lot 6 V of H. R.
Gonsates Oaat...... ...14 In 31w
Genia Richardson..l12 rod square In SW% of
N3%, DB. 84, .pg. 5.. ....16 In 31w
J. W. White........6% acres in NW Cor. of NW
%A of S%, DB. 29 pg. 88..18 In 31w
Rachel Locke........420 feet square la W Cor. of
lot 7. DB. 31. pg. 6... ......24 In 31W
D. R. Hart......... Lot 8 less BW14.... ......27 In 31w
Ole Engebetson......8% of NB% and N3% of
81 .. ........ .. ....32 In 31w
Henry Burch.........% of 8%.. ...... ......36 In 31w
Jeff Smith..........8% of SB% of SW %i....... 6 2n 31w
J. A. Adklnson......NW%.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 6 2n 31w
R. C. Taylor........NWI ............ .... 9 2n 31w
Henry Noys......NE% of NE%...............10 2a 31w
Wm. Hicke........NWU of SEB..... ........10 2n 31
Johnson Goldsmith..SWH of BE14..... .. .. ...10 2n 31w
Baker Brown.....o.........Lot 1.. .. .. .... .. ....14 2n 31w
E. C. Jones.........W% of Ni4 and N% of NW
D. J. and Rosetta
Rhodes............ N1 of NE% .......... ..15 5n 31w
Unknown..........NW% of 8B%.. .. .. .. ....22 En 31w
S. Timney........2...7 acres north and wes. bal.
not assessed to others.....23 Cn 31w

Unknown (Est. J. W.
Creary)..........17 acres of lot 2 and East 20
acres lot .. ........ ...23
p. Q. Hall..........N% of lot 8 ...... .... ..23
Mrs. H. B. BvanI....W% of SW/.. .. ......24
White & Sutton....Ne1% and East 20 acree lots 2
and 5 or of B% of NW%...86

Unknown (Est. Ann
Duke)............ SE4 or lot 6...... .. ....8 6 n
J. Timmey........Lots 6, 11, 12, blk 5 .. 37-23 an

Unknown (Est. J. W.
Creary ...........Lot 1, blk 6, part ofc bik
8, all bliks. 11, 12, 18,
14, 15, 16, 17, 18. 19, 20, 25,
26, 35, 36, 87, 46, NE Cor.
47, all 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 56,
part 57, all 65, 66, 76, 77 less
1 lot, all 80, 112, 113, 118. 119
129, 130, 132, lots 3, 1, 5 in
8% and 3 lots in N% of 19-24
blk. 8% ............... 237.88
W. T. Dick..........Lot 6, blk 9 ............. J 134
... ..... .... .. 3-38
J. G. Timney........E of 53U4 blk. 40.......388
L. L. Domiger.....North 70 ft, blk. 47.. ..,.. ..87
J. E. Hallenbeck....Lot 3...... .... .........31
Unknown (Est. C. H.
Evans...........All...... ...... .. ..33
Mrs. W. Bowman...SS% of NW' of BE%' .....34
Herbert Franklin....15 chains Bast and West and
10 chains North and South
%A commencing in SE Cor. lot
4, DB. 30. pg. 321.. .. ....36
Mamie Gilgrist......North 46 acres of lot 4 ....36
Sofronia Albritton....3.16 cainas square in S Cor.
of NW of 1EL of SW%.
DB. 32. pg. 413.... ......36
Herbert Franklin ....7% crese in SE Cor of NBE)
of SE, DB. 32, pg- ....8
Unknown (F. I. Barl-
neau 0o..........1NB% of NI%.. ...... ....4
Matt Ezell...........ast 5 acres of Norta 10 acre
of SW% of RXN .. ......24
Unknown...........N14 of WA ... ....... 2
Wa. R. Las....... W% of 83 .... ..... .. 4


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E. T. Davis, also Elia
Bonifa.............Lot 8 less acres to others,
Burns 6 acres,ani B of H..17 2s 30w
Nellie Burns........6 acres in NE corner lot 8
less 4 acree, DB. 16. pg. 293.17 2s 30w
SElmer B Osborn....South 3 acres of North East
6 acres of lot 8.. ........17 2s 30w
C. A. ID'Alebete.... Starting at South West Cor-
ger lot 9 running North 645
ft. ,ast 809% ft., South
431 ft., West 415 ft., South
210 ft. west 394% ft., to
starting point of lot 9......17 2s 30w
Iimer 1. Osborn....861 ft. South front by 512 ft.
159 ft. 6 Inches west of SE
orner lot 9, DB. 19, pg. 7077 17 2 low
E. T. Dlvis..........Lot 15 less 6 acres to Board
of Health.......... ....17 2s 80w
Ella D. Thomas......380 ft. North and South by 345
ft. on west line of Wyz of
Bat % lot 3, DB, 23 pg. 305..18 2s 30w
I .W. Rees........North 30 ft. by 840 ft. of Me-
Nair blk. on west line of
west of E% of lot 3. DB.
33, pg. 310...... .. ......18 2s 30w
Hester Adcock.......Lots 53 and 54 Fisher's sud dl-
vision of lot 4...... ....18 Is 30w
SUnknown-(Metate of
C. KupfEsa) .....All less 4 acres in South pert
(418 feet by 417)........30 Ss 30w
Barbara Pfelffer......Lot 4...... ............ 1 2s 30w
Unknown...........S10% lot 5 sub. division of N%..3;; 2s 3)w
E. Wyr............. Lots 7 to 13 Book 233 MeMil-
lan division of North 47

31 acres of E% lot 4 ....... 33
S1 Manuel Beckham. also
Eixis Bonlity......Lot 15 B. 233 McMillan dlvi-
41 sion of N 47 acres cf E% lot
4..... ............ ... 3
T. Bell...............Lot 1 B. 97 McMillan division
58 of N 47 acres of E lot 4..33
16 Unknown............North 47 acres of E% lot 4
11 less about 12 acres.. .. ..83
W.E. Marble........Lots 8 and 9 Domlnique Ct..34
02 Unknown...........Lot 31, Domlnique Grant.. ...34
Peter Rookey........West 10 ft. lot 2.. ........86
94 A. J. Braswell.......281 ft. by 775 ft. of lot 2 South
I J. A. Daw, DB. 27, pg. 594..34
67 Jas Reddlck.........Lot 2 sub division lot 1.. ...3?
Emma Pfalter.......3 acres North of P. E. T. R. R.
corresponding in wvdth and
extension of E. ani W !ne
of lot 1 sub. div. of lot 4
Sees. 50 and ..............1
S E. Eaglehoff......North 233 ft. lot 3 Mary Jack-
son plan. ......... ..... 51
J. W. Cahrum.......Lot 12 sub div. lot 3 Mary
Jackson plan.... .... .51
W. A. Bnoaasem ..... 30 acres of SW'4 of SE...i
13 I Mollie McCoy..... .Wu 'o: 3, blk 4, Old City of Pen-
rar-t la ............ ...
07: Mollie M.cCoy....Lct 4. Llk 4. Ola' City of Pensa-
18 roll ................
28 M. A. BatDs........Nc-. lot 7. bik 2. Oi1 City of
2i Pensacola ..............
1M. A. Blras........E% of NE%.. lot 11, blk 3. Old
732 City of Pensacola .....
63 W. '. Fordham,
also L. Boley.....West 34 ft lot 21, blk 5, Old
City of Pensacola........
iNed Wyer..........W1 lot 40. blk 8, Old City of
v3 i Pensacola ................
94 Victoria PSia..... aet 30 ft lot 43, blk 8, Old
of Peacoa ............
SJohn Stokee.........Lot (9, blk 11, Old City of Pen-
39 cola ..............
M. E. t ee ..... B th 33 ft of North 3 ft by t11 ,
0I It, lots 87 and S3. blk 9. Old
Cliy of Peusasola.. .. ...
53iJoa Pos..........All lo. 05, bik 19, Old Cty of
SPensamcola .. .. .. .. .. ...
raa i ...t..Kot 45 ft lots 144 and 145,
b k 20. Old City v Pensa LM a .


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79 sE / .. .. .. .. .. .. o
SRE. BLkholts.....W% of NW%. NW% o W%
I and N% oc W% of SWA, .12
06 J. L. Mathla........W% of W%.... ...... .. 6
W. B. Milstead......W% of SW%.. .. .......12
Prank Milstead......N% of NW! of SW .4. ...24
88 H. W. G. Church.....S% of SE% .... ... .... 3
H. W. 0. Churb...NX% of N% ............10
55 Chas. E. Rarmanod..S % of N3%.. .. .... ....10
Christian Ryder.....NW% of NU%.. ...... ...10
Eliza Frye..........W% of W of W NWA . 11
as C. S. Helton.......N% of NW%4.. .... ......12
s W.W. Jordan...:,...W, .... .............. 13
L. P. Stow........ N% of NE'% and E% of NW% 14
10 McMillan Co.........SEI of SW%.. ...... .....14
Wm. Godwin........SW% of SE .. ........ ..16
MeMilla Mill C1...NW% of NE% and NE'&i of
0a NW%............ ....22
McMillan Mill Co....SWA of NW%.... .... ...23
I B.Wiae...........NJ% of Ni% .... .. ....32
39 McMillan Mill Co.... SE& of SEY, NE%1 of SWY4
i and SB% of NW%.. .. ..32
McMillan Mil Co.... SE4 of 09B%, N7% of SW%/i
211 and SE% of NW% .. .. ..34
L. L. Wright........Lts 2, 3, 4. SW% and W% of
SE% .. .. ........ .. ..35
37 Esther Wheeler......W% of SW%.............12
77 Wn. Keevin.........W% of NWV ...... .. ..14
Geo. W. Joiner...... 815 of N'W% and NV2 of SW
33 %/.. ... .... .... .. ......10
Unknown............SEE% of NW .. .......... 3
Geo. W. Decker..... NEb ............ .. .. 6
71 J. H. Boggen.......NWW% of NE%...........12
SMchigsa Syndicate..NW% of SW%.. .. .. .....25
25 F. T. Martin.......90 ft. E. front by 400 feet NE
Cor. lot 3 N% of Maura
Grant, West of R. R. .. .. ..4
88 Dr. W. E. Andermon..Lot 6 N% Maura Grant, West
of R. R.......... ... 4
Unknown........... .4.66 acres north of South 909
gS ft.. South of 8. C. Oil Mill of
93 S% of Maura Grant, West of
10 R. R. .......... ...... 4
11 Kate Taylor........Lot 43 Herman's div. of lots 2
to 6 Palmas Grant, West of
56 R. R........ ........ 5
43 L. Boley ...........All East of R. R. less 40 acres
11 to Gouldlng.. .. ........ 5
C. 8. Kanen.........Lo 15, 16, 17, 150 ft. by 200
75 sub. division lot 6.... .... 6
10 Lewis Montgomery..N% lot 1 sub. div. of lot 1,
sub. div. of C. DeVillier s Gt 9
T3 Unknown............8% lots 1 and 2 sub div. lot
62; 1. sub div. of C. Devil;ior's
SG Orant.. ... ........ 9
03 A. M. McMillan..... N% lot 2, all lot 6 sub div. of
lot 1, sub div of C. Devil-
97 lier's Grant. ........ .. 9
Thomas Stevens....Lot 3, sub div. of lot 1, sub div.
of C. DeVlller's Grant...... 9
22 W. A. Blount........North 2 acres lot 3 sub divi-
sion C. Devilller's Grant.... 9
58 John H. King........North 1% acres of iot 4 and 7
11 all lote 5 and 6 sub division
94 lot 4 sub division C. Devil-
28 ller's Grant. DB. 36, pg. 237 9
N. W. Deering........Lots 5 and 8 sub division of
C. Devlller's Graat.. ..... 9
4 Charlie Graham, Agt.10 chains square in Nk Cor-
43 ner lot 1. DB. 32, pg. 152 14
76 Geo. B. Green........776 ft. by 640 ft. In NE Cor. lot
.0 1, DB. 32. pg. 223.. .. .....16
77 John R. Cole........830 ft. by 660 ft. west of SE
43 Cor. lot 1, DB. 23. pg. 15....16
10 Hettle Thompon... .1 acre In South part lot 6
76 North of Duftfe, DB, 19, pg
S744. ............... ..17




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fi. r, I ar:t relatives for several days
.wl-riTr Hotel arrival: M. J. Daly,
<,.: .Inn. M. M ory. Castlebury;
, (orretn. J. A. JedfaiaM RObt. J.
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SWee.kly bead concept of Wyer's
I.. which is one of the enjoyable
of each week, will be given to-
: .:a at Seville square, ad the pub-
S:. r-neral is itavitea to be present.
S ',rtnusguee bark, the same of
w: i:.L 'culd not be learned, was towed
Quarantine late yesterday af-
*--, -: and will remain there for in-
,, : and famiation.
;. -ler Laey had almn defend-
an I',ire himn t the mualcipal tourt
.-'i.ay morMLgr for trial. Of thfs
T:I r one dd6mahat was dtscharg-
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iML. AGrif a.......oeeth 1k lot 1 Mk 20,
Old C1 of Peua a ....
SMr. John PMas....Aln lot Iff, bik i, Old City a
P ......l ............
Dora Weadell.......W% lot 1M, bik 18, Old City of
pan.ma .. ...........
G. B. Nrt,
Also L. Boaly.....West 14 ft of % lot 157, blk
22, Old City of Penaola ..
Andne I Johaon...W% of N% lot 193, bik 27, Old
City of Peasacola ........
Thos.Delashat,....Eas- 4f ft lot 246, Old City of
1ndtota ...... ......
Mrs. J. B. Whltoa ..All lot 276, Uk. 16, Old City of
tracola ............
Maria Burrows...,.WW lot 291, Mk it, Old City of
Peesacola ............
Maria Burrows.....i% lot 291, bk 16, Old City of
Peaeola .. ..........
John Stokes........a-st O ft lot 300, and W% lot
$01. bik 17, Old City of Pen-
sacola ................
Ruby Parry Mottl. .W% lot 88., Mk 22, Old Citj
of Pemsola ..........
Mitchell A. Towant..A lot 388. bik 21, Old City of
Fea ....... ,.
Misale Harver... .Wt lot blk 19, Old City of
Penrasec ............
Max J. Helberg .... N 89 ft %of % lot 37 and N 30
ft Ipt 58. bk 25, Old City
o f uons.eo .........
F.. R. L aro..... Lot 32. O14 City of Penaacola.
Anale L. Mayo......Lot 39O, Old City of Peasacola.
Mao l As hort... .Lot 3 Old City of Pensaola.
Maria Barrows.-.... t M ft tot 5. between Gov
and C-ueah streets, Old City
of Pesacola ........
M Lr MecGu . ..N.W lot 9, between Gov. and
Chtrch streets, Old City of
Peaacola .. ..........
Utta White .........Lot 5, bik O Old City of Pea-
mecola ...............
John M. Burrow....Wet 46 ftt of o lth 182 ft of Ar.
Spea lot 33. Old Otty of Pen.
cat la .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Mrs J. Levy....... ast 37 ft of West 76 ft 1-
South 40ft Argpnt lot 47, 01d
Cty of tPemcola......

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2 41



18 98

20 80

C 71

17 289

I 72

28 63
33 53

1 29

if 02


(Mt C. L ~. LBa .Lots 7, 9, North 2:ftlot t6 ,
part lot 14, blk 1, Belmont
tract, OW City of Pensacola
Peacola Rouen and
SavingAsohtdoa.East 124 ft on Gregory street
and South of Maxent line, Se
cor blk 3. Belmont number-
I. City of Pensaoola.....42 2S 20w
Geo. B Gree. Agt..Lo 3, blk 4, Belmont numbering
City of Penacola.. .......28 2s 30w
Gea B. Green, Agt..Lot 4. bl4, Belmont number-
ing. City of Pensaola .... .28 2s 30w
E. A. Zelius........LAts 2 and 30, and West 20 ft
lot 8, blk 4, Belmont num-
bering. City of Pensacola.. 28 2s 30w
M. E. Wright.......Lots 7 and S% 11, blk 6, Bel-
moat tract. City of Pensacola
I (Est. Mary Sellrs).Lots 1 and 2, blk 7, Belmont
tract. City of Pensacola....
va Raucher........ Lot 20. blk 7, Belmont tract,
City of Pensacola ...
Mary Rancher......east 46 ft 1-e inches of lots 2
to 24. blk 7. Belmont tract,
Ctty of Pensacola...........
Mary Arras........West 31t 4 inches of ast 78
ft i2 laces lots 21 to 24, blk
7, Belmont Tract, City of

c .1 Emmet Wolfe St.. ye6 r. Pe sacol.. .. .... .... ....
c.a, :..,-nrng tfor TallahaSaee, Jek- unniown
t rv;-:: a,: Savannah. where he will (Eas Geo. Pfelffer).Lot 17 and N% 18, bik 8, Bel-
..r:d s ravys on a balnsae vsdt. Mr ct tract, City of Pensacola
H, w-a- arcnmpanled by Mr. Carry H. C. McDavld.....Lot 1. bibk 10, Belmont nuMn-
:r.i Mr Hu:chtMaon both of Nash- being, City of Pensacola..19
IP. %-hn have been in the city for Georgia Dapoat.. Lots 1 and 2, blk 17, Belmont
\vaday, on bensless. tract. City of Pensacola .....
LUnkown..........Lot 1, blk 21, Belmont num-
I.'F tacYa to make the most delicious' being, City of Pensacola ..19
e ; -s. 1' ou; use the right avoring M. M. lewey. .... East 77 t 6 inches Iota 16 to 20,
(x'racti. Blu, Ribbon 1 AUm and blk 27, Belmont tract, City
Xanilla Ex:;raic answer that purpose. of Pensacola ..........
Ask your proc-e tor Blue Ribbon Rachel Fennel ... East 77 ft 6 inches lot 25, blk
Lemon and Vanilla. Takes le. 27, Belmont tract, City of
Flavors perfectly. Pensacola ..............
Ed. Jones, Jr ......Eat 90 ft of W 47 ft 6 Inches
TWO WOMEN DOWNED lot 21 to 26, blk 28, Belmont
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. trat.. City of Pensacola ..
--- B. Jones, Jr.......West 17 t, 6 Inches lots 21 to 25
By Associated Press. al 26, blk 28, Belmont tract,
'ancouver. B. C.. Aug. 10.--- the City of Pensacola........
'apsiring of a boat in a whirlpool at Walter Tate, Sr....Lot t2. blk 21, Belmont number-
f lrisina Lak-. near Grand Forks, B. iag, City of Pensacola.. ..19
;. Miss Aanes B Ruckle and Miss Andrew Preyw.....Lots 19. 20, 21, bik 39. Belmont
14a Anderson were drowned. Three trrct, City of Pensacola ..
rihers in the party manager to reach ad. F. A&ras.... .It 1. blk 40, Belmont tract,
anorae il *n arhnutf.qA mn.elt. n I. .. iV nf P aSD&oMIla


On account of sickness. Mr. Woolen
!.- dtclded close Dn his carriage
s..:- repir shop. located on the corner
SIr:ondencia and Baylen streets.
.,fc- premise and also the second
-: *" formerly occupied by Gonzalez's
ir Far-ory will be for rent from the
o". ,f Augu'. For *irther particu-
S- apply to Tihos. C. Watson & Co..
a ::' 10auglw


By Associated Prec.
N York. Aug. 10.-There are eight
C-.. plague in Taltal. province of
;taa says the Herald's oorre-
^,'."n at Valparaiso, Chile. The
: "":r of smallpox in Valparaiso
:an'ged Nearly 550 deaths have
'P" :.xvrded during the last seven


--ow Uo the Scalp Into Danml
anti Saps the Hair's Vlaty..
:' : o complain of fainmg hair
do not know that t it the
> d : da nd'uff, which i caused by
S *': ,-U p&rasIte hurrow og u
' '" i: dg teo uo the heath
S*he nair is fed l the alp.
lng the hair root Is hravred
t- hair drops out. I the
'he (erm Is not doetob"
*,- thinniae till halise
Tn- ouay way to or0o e- nrf
germD, and util aow tl *
no iair preparation that
: but to-day dei arg
S -'ieated by Newlbo's Ba -
D makes hair glasy am soft
Sold by leaditg tlult
IM .. W. A. D'Alermtb Ora-
: apothecary, ill 2 PLafs .
-" miat in smpas ar i

Aaron Johnson and
H. Cayton Aller..Lot 16 to 18. blh40, Belmont
Tract, Olty of Pensacole....
B L. Purcell.......Lots 2 and 24. blk 40, Bel-
mont tract, Otty of Pensa-
co'a .. .. .. ...... .....
M. Wright.......Lots 27, 21. 29, bik 44, Belmont
Tract, City of Pensacola ...
C. L. LeBarea and
S. Allen..........% divided interest in lots 11
to 18, Mk 48, Belmoat tract
City of Pensacola ......
Emma L. Rodgers..West 60 ft lots 1 to 4, blk 61,
Bcwmont tract, City of Pen-
aeola .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Jef Lee........... ots 2 to 5, blk 70, Belmont
numbering. City of Pensa-
cola.. .. ...... .. ..28
H. H. Lewis.......9 It Soth front by 150 ft
West of B 120, blk 72. Bel-
moat aumbering, City of
4 Peascola........... ..28
Hea6erson B eja l.West 45ft lots 1 to 4, blk 73,
lolmo lt numbering, City of
leased ........ ...28
Elisbeth Brymat...Soth 5 ft of N 100 by 150 ft
W. &urt, bik 76, Belmont
SNuimberlng Cty of Pena-
cla .......... .... .. ....2
W. H. Edwards ... .Lots and 1, blk 77, Belmoat
mamberg City of Pens-
l.; -. . ....... .. ..28
C. J. SlU s...A 16 Wa 16, bik 78, Belmont
amubertg, City of Peas-
col ..... ...... ....8
Mary Tbom .... ..t 4. Mk Belmont num-
beb', City ofp em ola... 2
Raanl Bter....Iot t bit 80, Belmtot sum-
brIn, City of Pewnco- .28
C. L M aadlU....Iat 1 d 14. bikt 0, Bel-
mest .m erI City of

O. a. a. 0ss Agt .-Los in at d M bk 81. Belmont
suasrhing City of hawn-

ant ef MW eer. bMk 82, 31-
: .m. ... .... .. .. ....
L --- ----..-. t bat by 15 ft ft

~ I. -. . Il1t ft K I .

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r- A.pr Aa
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+ t '- ".,, K ..^ .t '.'3&l .., ." .. '+"a

18 19

Ito 67

2 41

10 90

33 95

20 60

4 89

13 45

6 02

9 02

2 74

2s 30w

28 30w

2s S0w






3 23

23 98

1 88

6 02

7 67

8 23

9 52

5 72

4 85

28 87

23 95

8 49

7 37

aS1~--~ *CI~LC
'Yr n-0 1.


Amanda and Henry
Jo.es...... .....Lots 27.and 28, blk. 18, Bel-
mov,.. numbering, City of
Pensacola..... ..........19 2s 80w
Polmpe M. Smith...aots 1 to 4 and 25 to 28.
146, laemont numbesinag
City of Pensoola..........19 2 80w
L. Boley.. ......... .All f.tiSoa blk 153, Belmont
n nomnaerlg, City of Penes-
Scola~...... .. .......19 Is 0w ...
Louls Dran..........Lot 7, blk. 22 City of Pase-
cola..... .. .... .....19 2 0 0w
Enoch Richardson....nLt 3, bik. 23, Cty of Pensa-
cola...... .. .. .. ..... 19 2 30w
Enoch Rtchardson....ILte 5 and 6, blk. 23, City of
Peasoola.... ........ .. 19 2Is 0w
G. B. McGill..........Lots 25 and East 15 ft. lot
26,.blk 28, City of Pensacola 19 2 0w
BUis Alten.......... Lots 19 and 20, blk. 33, City of
Peaseowla............ ...19 2s S0w
G. W. Raiord..........Lots 21 to 3, blk. 33, City of
Penscola.. .. .........19 2S 83w
P. Victor Oberg......Lot: 1, bk. 34, City of Pensa-
cola.. .. .... .........19 Ss S0w
Jas. R. McCullugh....East 66 ft. lots 13 to 16, blk.
$5,r.CGy of Pensacola.. ...19 2S 80w
Lawrence Ristuccia. .East 40 ft. lots S to 22, blk. 35,
Ci4f p- Pensacola. .......19 2s 80
G. L. Robinson......Lot 24, blk 35, City of Pensa-
cola....... .. ..... .19 IS 80w
Unk own.'......... Lot Ulbblk. 36, City of Pensa-
cok,:;. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...1$ f 30w
L BOley...........Lots 1-. 5) d west 22 ft lot
26, Ubk-6, City of Pensacola 19 2a 30w
Ep Powell.........L...~aLapd 8% lot 7, bMk. 27,
CtOl .Taaola..l.. .... .19 2S 80
.W. iNorman.,..... Wi6t12., bk, 37, City of
SPe. .Ma.-,-.. .. .. .....19 2S 30w
Uuktfown.......... Lot 24, bik. 37, City of Pen-
amcdila.. -.;.. .. ......19 2S 30w
N. A.: Neilson.......Lots 19, 20 S% 18, blk. 38,
City of Pensacola.. ......19 2s SOw
Lincoln L. Perguson.Lot. 8, 9t'10, blk. 39, City of
*,' - Pensacola .. .. '........19 29 30w
Jane.Witherspoon...ILot t -i. 40, City of Pensa-
colW... ...... .........19 2 30w
Santl. Witherspoon..Lot (4 blk. 40, City of Pensa-
cola............. ....19 28 80
IdAhk Goode........Lot 13, blk. 41, City of Pensa-
cola.. .......... ......19 2s 80w

George Johnson, aleo
]lisa Bonifay......Lots 25 and 26, blk. 41, City of
Pensacola ...........19
Morgan Moore......South 60 ft. of N. 100 ft. lots
4 and 5, blk. 44, City of Pen-
sacola ...............19
Unknown (Est.
Fisher)............Lot 1 less E. 40 ft. of S 100 ft.
lot 2 and 3 less S. 60 ft of
3 and of W. 52 ft. lot 2, lots 4,
5, 6. less N. 60 ft, blk. 45,
City of Pensacola.. .. .. ..19
J. B. Lawless........West 50 ft. of N. 125 lot 4,
blk. 46, City of Pensacola..19
8. J. Robinson...... South 60 ft. lot 8 and of W%
lot 2, blk. 48, City of Pensa-
cola....... .. .........19
Carole Simpson....N. 60 ft. lot 6, and of E% lot
5, blk. 48, City of Pensacola 19
L Boley............ South 30 ft of N. 90 ft, lot 6,
and of E% lot 5, blk 48, City
of Pensacola. .... ......19
Perry Foster........N. 30 ft. of t. 60 ft lot 6 and
of E% lot 5. blk. 48, City of
Geo. Gabal and Ddith
Hoffman..........N. 45 ft. of 8. 90 ft lot 1 and
of E% lot 2, blk. 50, City of
Pensacola......... .. ...19

2s 30w

2a 30w


2s 30w

2a 30w

28 30w

2s 30w

2s 30w

Unknown (Bet. 8. C.
Cobb)...........N. 3 ft. lot 6 and of % lot 5,.
30w 9 1 blk. 50, City of Pensacola..19 2s 80w
Alouso Thomas...... 60 ft. of W% lot 2 less WAst
1 toot, blk. 51, City of Pensa-
cola.. ...............19 2s 80w
30w 9 33 Frces Nwards..... N. 100 feet lot 6 and of E% lot
5, blk. 51, City of Pesscobla.19 8 0w
J. E. Lawles........ot 4, bik. 52, City of Pensa-
s0w 9- .8 cola.. ...... .. .....19 I2 80w
L. Bolt ............S. 120 ft, lot 1 and of t% lot
2,, blk. 53, City of Pesacola 19 S 3w
Mark T. Wade, Agt. .8. 50 ft. of N. 75 ft. of lot 1,
3w 83 and of B% lot 2, blk. 54.
City of Pensacola .... ....19 2 40w
Thoa Sphen...... S. 75 ft. lot 1 and P B% lot 2,
3w 8 01 blk. 54, City of Pensacola..19 2S 0w
Cha& Hudgina.......Eat 6C ft of 8 110 f lot 1
bik. 56, City of Pensaeola.19 2s 30w
0w W 9 02 Benj; Johmn......S. 50ft lot 3 and of W. ft.
lot 2, B. 56. City of Pes-
Ow 4 06 Iola,.,.......... .. ....19 IS 30w
UWsie Davs.......... 60 it. lot and of W% ot
w 4 2, b.Lk 6City of Penatcola 2q 0w
M.wlib..s........N. 0. lots 1 ,lad 2. bik 57,
Cty Oofd Pe.ala..... .. a 2s0w
s0w "'3 Sady Denuts.......N.4. 0 lot 4 andoW% lot 5,
"bil City -of Peammola..-1 i t0w
W. allto...... West 17 tiot 2aud "at 1s3ft.
w 1 64 lot Mb. City of Pai-
s macola.......... .. ,*..1 1 3f
.t. 4 l,..a..1... o 4f wL
lot 2, Mbr. CRy of PO* -
-W" 4 cola................ 1 9239
laP andCrm .ir-% kA l adnd ofW% 1lolM .bi..
71, City tf PuBe la.. ... 1s i0w
4 Cb yA( rate... ..-La b4,B,4.b IL. C1 ity
- ,, -Nt In poeola. .. ... .., i
1 .'1 _'------'l .. -._--l. a,.=, -, T
S a J ... ..... l. .. .2 86". .mi ;-

.;. '.\ .... '- ..-"r .. iH 'V f .l .. ,. ., .-'a .( +. ,+'_i '+-'
-.'" c l -" .'
,-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ W 4,,: W-.y -, :,.i,.-.,.,,+ Oft .. ,...

2 21


4 16

S *... *M.... .ftbut ,mrt by lI ft, i
rftbo th oe N
S.. .. .. .. ..* .0J 28' s ow
Jot D. Rob .Wert TS.4t of a~ ft by 1M5
it 8 nt Mk, b Bk S9 t t,
x a Wlcnit City at Pof

Behne Rt numbering, City
Pempa .. .. ...... .4t 2s 3Sw
Ah Paler........30 4 *aot froat, by l ft, 15
ft )I S Cor, Mk 83. Bel-
most Numbel, City of
Pamol .... .. 42 2A 3 0w
Tha 0. O. FP. L~.~tpad 19, bLk -, BOahet
Nqfib f ,Clty of PeNun.
cae.. .. ...... ..... ..19 Is 3 w
John ntae*.........IAt 1, 6ft, l.fioti3, 8 49
ft lot 36. 8 48 ft, o
W 21 ft. 8 I. lot 2, blk 1.,
Belko .Nqmib eriW City of
Pnaacola .. .. .........1t 2 30w
May Scott..........Iot5. bikH elmont nu.
bearlnl Oty of Penmcola..19 2I. S0w
Nisan Kln............Lots 1 to 6. M. 114, Belmont
numbering, City of Pe aa-
0ab0 ....... ........ .. 1 SOw
UnkNown...........Lots 11 to 23. 28 aad N0, bikb
119, Belmont .numberlng,
City of Pesamae0a........19 Is ow .w
Untown............Lots 36 t 30 ,b.k. 125, BemIaont
numbertIg, City of Pena-
cola......... .. ......19 Is 30w
Erie Charlton.......Lot 25, bk 128, Belmot Num-
bering, City of .Pemola...19 3S 30w
Geo. Johnson........Lot 8. bk. 188, Belmont nam-
bering, City of Pesacola..19 2S 30w
OG Joohnson........Lot 2, -blk. 188, Belmont num-
bering, City of Pensacola..19 I2 30w
Gea. P. Wentworth...Lot 26, bM. 188, Belmont num-
bering. City of Pensacola..19 2I 30w

4 06

4 19

1 58

a 23

3 07

8 58

3 45

3 70

5 02

1 241

3 76

3 76

7 37,

12 33

3 73

10 67

6 74

3 23

1 44

6 42


8 72

9 02

5 72

4 09

1 11

1 28

7 14

7 37

10 22

1 80

4 89

4 06

2 24

2 21

4 69

1 88

2 41

1 58

1 82

2 41

8 84

1 72

2 90

8 19

8 56

4 9g

9 02

5 72

4 39

1 24



P3a .i.a .............19 92s 3
D W. Dolser........Lot I and % 2,bk 17, City o

Henry Moore, Agt..Lot 3. blk. 81, Clty of Peun-
cola...... .... .. ...19 2s 8w
Josephine Baker....Lot S. blk 88, Otty of Pehs.a-
ots.. .. .. .. ;. .. .. ...19 2* 30w
Lo Bruno..........N I0 ftt ot an4 of B%34ot 5,
blk. 89, City of Pensaola..19 2s 8sw
Unknown...........lot 4 and 5, bi.' 9,. City of
Pensacola.. ............19 29 sow
Cha. H. Taylor.....Lots 16 and 17. blk. 9,t City of
Penecola...... .. .......19 2s o0w
Wm. Woods.........Iot 26 and W. 10 ft. lot 25,blk.
9, City of Pensacola.. ....19 ta sw
Jas. Anderson.......Lots 16 ad 17, Mk. 9, City of
Peaacola.. ...... ...19 Is swh

Stephens Wllilams
also Eisa Bonifay Lots 17 and 18, bl. 100, City of
Pensacola.. .. ...... .....19
d Marshal, also
Sam Poo........Lot 1 and 2, bi 103, City of
Pensacola.......... ..19

4 03

8 27

1 41

Penaoa.... ..........
B. L Ledbetter....... Lt 4, blk 12, New Ciy of
P.cola..' .
J. M. Thoma.......Lot bk. 138, New City of
Pftaola.. s.
Josephine Abdelkader Lots 11 to 15, lIk. 132, New
City at Pomme.......
T. C. Watson & Coo.Lots 1 and b k. 140, New
MCty e*r *.mn *....
WUibeth ConeU.....Lot 15, bk. -4.b New City o

More Campbell...laots 8,, 9 0 and 1% lot 7, bU
6. New City oe Pesaeola
Uaknown...........Lot 18 tnd W% 1, bik. 151,
1evw -o* oc iwsawL ....
Kaut W'mn.+........t l., tKaa 1. New Caiy of

A. IBL Meeer.....l.ts. ,0
m.r. 08 t=~aob..

A. l Meam........IC_-t f_ Teb: l bl, 15

Baarb Gra.........i<>ti "Jl: 'lt i.....,:,' "
*****-~wu; ~ YC

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2a 30w

2a 20w




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4 tr.i;

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6 54

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1 5t-

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4 n

6 24

4 65


1 75

1 28


2 41

4 0

2 11

H. G. Carter, also
Sam PaSoo........Lot 1, blk. 108, ,Oty of Pea
aaecola.. ... .. .. .....19 28
Mary Gerard........Lot 10, blk. 105, City of Pen-
sacola.......... ..19 2a
D. B. Stenns........ts 11 to 13, blk. 106, City of
Penacola.......... ....19 2s
Otis Smile..........ot 16, blk. 106, City of Pen-
scola...... ..........19 2s
Lixzie Salter........Lot 17, blk. 106, City of Pen-
saeola..... ...... ....19 2s
Morris Quigley.......ots 22, 23, 24, blk. 106, City
of Penaoola ........ .. .19 2s
J. C. Springer.......Lots 1 and 2, blk. 107, City of
PeneaolA.. ...... .. ...19 '"S
Walker A. Mims....,Lots 21 to'23. blk. 107, City of
Pensacola.. ...... ......19 2S
Unknown...........Lot 26, blk. 107, City of Pen-
acola............. ....19 s2
Henry Hamilton.... Lot 1, blk 108, City of Pensa-
cola............... ..19 I2
Jas. Sharp..........Lot 4, blk. 108, City of Pen-
acola ............ ....19 2s
J. D. Wetmore.......All blk. 109, City of Pensacola 19 2s
Robt. Donald.......Lot 3 and N% 2, blk 130, City of
Pensacola...... .... .. 19 2s
W. Pickett..........ot 17, blk. 131, City of Pen-
sarola........... ....19 28
Unknown..............Lot 27 and 28, blk. 132, City
of Peneacola........ ....19 s2
Mrs. Isum Russ.....Lot 5, blk. 136, City of Pen-
eacola.............. ....19 2s
T. C. Vatson & Co..Lot 11, blk. 136, City of Pen-
sacola............. ....19 2s
Unknown............Lt 4. blk. 147, City of Pensa-
cola.............. ..19 25
Unknown............Lots z and 22, blk. 148, City
of Pensacola........ ..'.19 2s
i. Barrios, also Geo.
Wentworth....... .Lot 8, blk 7, New City of Pen-
cola .. .. .. .. .. ....
Georgiana Goode.... Lot 17, blk. 8, New City of Pen-
sacola.. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Unknown (Ann
Commyns)........Lot 17, blk 13. New City of
Pensacola .............
Win. Bentley........Lot 16, blk 14, New City of
Jas. Green.......... Lot 8, blk. 15, New City of
Jesse Swan......... Lot 9, blk. 15, New City of Pen-
sacola.............. ..
Harry Goode........Lot 18, blk. 15, New City of
Pensaoola ............
Wm. Goldstucker....West 35 t. lot 7, blk 16, New
City of Pensaola .........
Wia. Nelson.........Lot 15, blk 17, New City of
Pensacola...... ..... -'
Unknown (Est.
Fisher)..........Lot 5, bk. 18, New City of
Annie Randall..... Lots 19 and 20, blk 18, New
City of Pensacola.......
Wm. Williams.......Lot 3, blk. 22, New City of Pen-
sacola.. .......... ....
Chas. Wright........Lot 8, blk. 22, New City of
Pensacola.... ..........
Those. Taylor........Lot 4, blk. 24, New City of
Pensacola .............
Scott Douglass......S. 50 ft. lot 2, blk. 26, New
City of Pensacola.........
Henry King.........S. 150 ft. of E. 24 it. lot 3,and
of W. 32 ft lot 4, blk. 26,
New City of Pensacola....
Leslie R. Brooks... .Lots 1 and 2, blk. 28, New.
City of Penascola.. ......
Unknown...........N. 53 ft. lots 1 to 4, blk 43, New
City of Pensacola........
M. A. Urch..........N. '6 ft. of S. 74 ft. lots 8, 9,
10, blk 44, New City of Pen-
sacola.. ..............
Geo. W. Thompson..Lot 7 and W. 30 ft. 8, blk. 78,
New City of Pensacola ....
E. B. Sellers....... Lot 13, blk 82, New City of
L. P. Schamban.....Lots 11 and 12, bik. 86, New
City of Pensacola.. ......
J. R. Caro..........Lots 17 and 18, blk. 104, New
Cty of Pensacola........
A .J. Jones..........Lots 1 and 2, blk. 105, New
City of Pensacola........
W. H. Fowler.......Lot 3, blk. 105, New City of
Unknown...........Lot 4. blk. 105, New City of
Pensacola. .. ........
M. A. Urch..........Lot 12, blk. 106, New City of
Pensacola.. ..........
W .A. Blount........Lot 6 and W% 7, blk. 108, New
City of Pensacola ........
J. M. Russ..........Lots 13 and 14, blk 108, New
City of Pensacola.. ......
W .A. Blount.......Lot 15, blk. 108, New City of
Pensacola.. ....... .
Geo. W. Penaington..Lots 1 and 2. blk 124, New
City of Pensacola.. .....
P. A. Hendrix and
S. R. Thames.....Lot. 11 and 12, blk 129, New .
City of Pensacola .......
. J. Joes..........Lots 17 and 18 and W% 16, blk
129, New COty of Pesatola
. Davis.........West 87 ft. of 187 ft. lot 14
and West part of 13, B 130,
New City of Penscola....
Jas. fgllsh, Jr..... Lot 10, B. 181, New City o

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When you leave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensacola
Journal follow you. Notify circular
tion manager, Phone 38.

Hurrah for Jones' Let Smith and
Pleeae run away back and sit down!
Unfurl the flag and bravely shout,
And may the brazen bells ring out!
Come, let us all In thunder tones
Pass on .e word: "Hurrah for

Be swept the sea-I don't know when;
He fought for us--4 don't know
We'll never see his like again;
He did up old King George for fair-
I speak from hearsay, gentlemen,
And do not claim that I was there.

Hurrah Tor Jones-I mean J. P.,
The sailor bold who swept the sea.
Let Smith and Brown get in the rear
And wave their hats for once and
These may or may not be his bone'!
But, anyway. let's whoop for Jones!
-Chicago Record-Herald.

Time has been called after the first
rouno at Portsmouth.
The Bowen-Looomis controversy is
about due to break out again.

The impression seems to prevail in
Washington that the peace conference
will break up in a row within a wcel;.

The Birmingham Age-Herald sug-

Name. Description. .

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City of Pensaoola........
T. C. Watson & Co..Lots 8 to 5 and 18 to 20, blk.
187, New City of Pensarola
Louis Wiselogal......Lot 6, blk. 19, New City of
Penaacol.. ...........
Walter Foster......Lots and 10. blk 193, New
City of Pensacola.. ......
Wm. Holder, also
Eliza Bonifay......Lot 4, blk 224, New City of
Pensacola.. ..-...
R. M. Avery........E% ofblk 234. New City
Pensacola.. ..........
Carrie P. Avery....All blk 286 New City of Pen-
eacolf.. ..............
A. J. Angle........ ots 13 to 18, bik 250, New
City of Pensacola.. ......
'B. H. Burton........Lots 19 and 20, blk. 250, New
City of Pensacola........
iGeorgiana Smith... .Los 19 and 20, bik 260, New
City of Pensacola.. ......
L. Boley............ Lots 1 to 6, blk. 261, New City
of Pensacola.. .. .......
T. J. Virgin, also
Geo. Wentworth... Lots to 10, blk. 261, New
City of Pensacola........
Unknown...........All blk. 269, New City of Pen-
SsWm.Robscos... .. .. .. ....
'Wm nRobinson..... Lots 1 to 4 blk 270 New Ctty

MORNING. AUGUST 190. of Penseola..........
Julia Lenox..........Lot &0, blk 270, New City of
i Pensacola...........
,----...-,? --,,.-.,c,.-. 6 T. C. Watson & Co..All blk. 271, New Ciy of Pen.
sah acola........ ........
Z FLAMdNG HEADLINES C. E. McArthur.....Lts 1, 2, 3, blk. 281, New City
f ARE UNWARRANTED. * of Penatcola ...........
R. Ward............Lots 19 and 20, blk 383, New
*- Memphis Commercial-Appeal. City of Pensacola ......
S-*' J. 1 Griffen..........Lots 11 to 13, blk. 292, New
....%-.- -: I city of Pensacola.... ...
Buck Lee...........Lots 14 to 16, blk. 292, New
Many Eastern and Northern jour-! City of Pensacola.. ......
nals are handling the yellow fever C. L. S. Lodge........Lots 14 and 15, blk. 294, New
situation with flaming headlines, the City of Pensacola ........
spirit of which is not sustained by Thos. Herald........Lot 11, blk. 306. New City of
the facts contained in the article fol- Penascola.. ...........
lowing. This is a violation of the first Jones Clark. also
principles of newspaper ethics and A. A.Fisher........Lots 1, 2, 3, blk. 316, New
should meet with popular condemna- City.................
tion. Some of the higher class jour- D. H. Wilson........Lots 16 to 18, blk. 319, New
nals of these sections of the country City of Pensacola........
have adhered strictly to legitimate Unknown.......... .Iot 15 and 16. blk. 320, New
"heads," but others, possibly carried City of Pensacola.........
away by the indiscriminate and at Ellen Curry.........Lots 1 and 2, blk 335, New
times injudicious quarantines estab- City of Penescola........
lished by a number of Southern towns, Barrel Solomon ....Lots 7, 8, 9, or SE%, New City
have followed in the path blazed by Numbering, blk 388. New
the "yellow journals," so plentiful City of Pensacola...... ..19
north of Mason and Dixon's line. L. M. Davis..........N. 60 ft. of S. 120 ft. front of
These "scare heads," representing lots 10 to 12 or SWIA, New
the whole South as panic-stricken, City Numbering, blk 338,
with the people fleeing in terror of the New City of Pensacola.. .19
yellow fever, 4o us a great injustice Jerry Lassiter.......Lots 1 and 2, blk. 349, New
and at the same time grossly oecelve City of Pensacola.. .. ...
their readers, who are led to believe Isabella Acosta......Lot 8, blk. 356, New City of
that Southern territory is a plague ensacola..............
center feared by its inhabitants and Corner and Kuffrian.Lot 2 ,blk. 10, Dallas Tract,
to be shunned by all who do not live City of Pensacola.........
there. The truth is the South, while Henrietta Parker.... Lot 3, blk. 11, Dallas Tract,
deeply alive to the danger of yellow City of Pensacola.. .....

fever, fears the effect of the appear-
ance of the disease on Northern cap-
ital far more than it dreads any rav-
ages the plague may be able to make
it these days of scientific knowledge,
excellent sanitation and systematic

Unknown (Est. Adam
Thompson).......ot 2, blk 18, Dallas Tract,
City of Pensacola........
Chas. Coleman, Ast..Lts 5 and 6, blk. 38, Dallas
Tract, Cty of Pensaoola....
Simon Harris.......N 50 ft nlt 4, blk 53, Dallas
Tract, City of Pensaoola ...

gests a Folk-Jerome ticket for 1908 We are aware that yellow fever in Unknown ..........Lot 5, blk 53. Dallas ,Tract,
with the motto: "Down with the the South under existing conditions City of Peona ola...... ..
grafters." has a more ferocious bark than bite. Unknown............ts 2 to 4, blk. 73, DaUai
It is more than probable that the en- Tract, City of Peasacola....
Assistant Secretary of State Loom- tire list of its victims will alone not Unknown...........ots 5 to 8, blk. 75, Dallas
equal the typhoid deaths in Philadel- Tract, City of Pensacola....
ia has returned. Evidently the Euro- phia. It is noticeable that, thus far, Unknown
pean consular service didn't need the ratio of deaths from yellow fever (Est. C. Kupfriam.)..West do and adjoining bits 79
much reforming. throughout the entire country hasg and 80. City of Pensacola ..29
been as 40 to 76 compared to the ty- John H. Brown......Lot 5, blk 1, City of Pensacola 28
John D. Rockef ller will not uin for phoid victims of that portion of the'S C Dawson ......E% lot 6 and w% 7, blk 1, City
of vel He IaC!ty of Brotherly Love taking its wa-i of Pen ola.. .. .. .. ....28
mayor ean. i missing ter from the infected districts of the Shadrick Holmes...S 44 ft of N 128, lots 9 and 10,
gieat opportunity to unload a goodly Schuylkill. The area in Philadelphia blk 1, City of Pensacola....28
bunch of tainted money. thus affected contains only a few Richard Morris.....West 65 ft lots 1 to 5, blk 2,
thousand more inhabitants than New City of Pensacola.. ......28
Governor Broward made the mis- Orleans. Certainly the authorities of Annie Freeman .... Lot: 9 and10, blk 2. City of
take of his life when he decided to the Eastern town are more or less Pensacola ....... ... ..28
spend his vacation at Hot pringsalarmed and they are trying o meet Scipio Toliver.....Lots 9 d 10 k 4 City of
'the situation, but the adjacent coun- Scipio Toliver.... Lots 9 and 10, bitk 4, City of
He should have selected Pensacola. e while watcin, the adjacent coun- Peneacola .......... ..28
try. while watching the typhoid plague
closely is not stampedea. nor are other Geo. B. l.attimer. .Lot. 21 and 12, blk4, City of Pen-
"Governor Vardaman has got the cities viewing the situation with any sacola ............... .28
boci, sporads, bacilli and stegomylas of that terror calculated to dispel con- Dempsey D. Gamlin..West 92 ft 6 Inches of N 28 ft
backed into a corner and screaming for fidence in the town. of lot 7 and of lots 8 to 10,
cracked ice." remarks the Memphis If the North would extend' a similar blk 20, City of Pensacola.... 28
Commercial-Appeal. confidence to the South yellow fever W.C.Vaneil, Agt....Lot 3, blk 22, City of Pensa-
at. New Orleans or any other town cola ............... 28
.THE OLD UESTION OF would cease to be an occasion for Geo. B. Green, Agt..Lots 14 to 15, bik 22, City of

A Doubting Thomas has written the
following communication to the Mo-
bile Register upon a question which,
to Judge from similar querries that
have recently appeared in different
newspapers, has troubled the minds
ef many readers:
Sbt the Bditor of The Register:
If the mosquito transmits or propa-
ates yellow fever by inserting his
little bill into a yellow fever patient,
ed then into a well person, what pro-
duces the first case of yellow fever
for the mosquito to commence on? In
ether words, how can the mosquito
trmasmit the fever without a patient
to work on in order to load up her
am with the poison? Please answer.
The Register answers the question
Teakee fashion by propounding the
allowing question, which however,
the aforesaid Doubting Thomas will
have considerable trouble in answer-
We have been expecting this ques-
aon for some time. We will ask
"Thomas" a question in turn: Which
Me first into the world, the larva
tom which the mosquito is hatched,
4t the mosquito that laid the larva?
TIis is the old question of the hen
er the egg in another form. Let
'homas" answer our question. We
4b not pretend to he able to answer
WIS. We dare not say that yellow
ever was given either to the first man
or to the first mosquito affected by it,
m an act of special Providence. But
why bother over such a question,
when it is a demonstrated fact that
*dentiic .men have tried in every
-ceivable way to transmit yellow
Over and have succeeded in but one
ay, namely, by medium of a mosqul-
to Infected from a person siek ot yel-
Iw fever. Doubt as much as you
lease about the origin of life aud dis-
eaes, but doubt no longer as to the
transmission of yellow fever. Accord-
iag to aUl thuan pirobtis, that
tHt-a is settled





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slanderous headlines, but at present Pensaola. . . . . .28 2s 30w
yellow fever is the dog with the bad Maggie C. Gunn and
name. He has been vicious in the H. A. Waters.....Lot 25, blk 22, City of Pensa-ola 28 2s 30w
past. We who know him are aware Dina Porter........Lot 3, blk 25. City of PenSacola 28 2v 30w
that his teeth have been extracted. Ellen W. Walker ...lot 5,blk 25, City of Pensacola.28 2s 30w
but our neighbors are not yet convinc- Suste Fountain ....Lots 9 and 10, blk 27, City of
ed of this, so we are still forced to Pensacola.. .. .......2. 8 ?s 30w
handle this one time "bad dog" with Sam Sanford....... .LOL 4 and 5, blk28, City of Pen-
muzzle, block and chain. But many sacola. . .........28 2a 30w
wise and scientific heads are looking Green Hines........Lot 13. blk 28, City of Pensacola 28 2s 30w
over the fence, and if the South dem- R. H. Hamilton....Lot 15, blk 28, City of Pensacola.28 2s 30w
onstrates Its ability to keep its "bad Zebulum Elijab. Sr.Lcts 21 and 22, blk 29, City of
dog" well in hand we may hope this Pensacola .............28 2a SOw
summer's barking will in no way im- Zebufm Elijah, Jr.I t 23, blk 29, City of Ponsaeolg:28 2s 30w
pede the magnificent progress of this Uuknown...........Lot 20, blk 31, City Pensaco!a.28 2s 30w
section during the past five years. Leslie E. Brooks ....ot 21, blk 31, City of Pensa-
cola. ......... 28 2s 30w
Unknown.......... Iot 23, blk 32, City of Pensa-
UNIVERSITY OF THE cola .. ........ .... !S 2s 30
STATE OF FLORIDA. Sallie A. Hall........Lots 21 and 22, bik 8, City of
Embracing the following subjects: Pensacola .......... ..28 2s 30w
I. Language and Literature-A four. A. D)cVaughn... .West 95 ft lots 0 to 10, blk 39,
year course leading to the degree of City of Pensacola ...... ..28 2s 30w
Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re Robt. Kelly....... Lots 1 and 2, blk 40. City of
quired, but is offered as an elective Pensacola .......... ...28 2s 30w
throughout the course. T. H. Nelson......Eftt 90 ft lots 6 to 10, blk 41,
II. General Science-Divided int. City of Pensacola .. ... 28 2s t0w
three courses; 1, Chemical course; Minerva Dolphin...Wet 60 ft lota 13 to 17, hil 41,
Mathematieal course; Natural History City of Pensacola .......28 2s 30w
course. No Oreek and only entrance Burke Bardwell ....Lots 5 and 6, blk 42, City of
Latin Is required in these courses. All Penescola .. ..........28 2s 20w
iour-year courses. Henry M. Marshall.. Lot 10, bik 43, City of Pensacola.28 2s 30W
IIL Agriculture--Four-year and two. Dick Anteerson.....West 76 ft lots 13 to 17, blk 53,
year courses. City of Pensacola ...... ..t2 2s 30w
IV. Eagine-rint-Four-year course C. H. McCasklll.... E 34 ft of W 68 by 102 of NW%,
in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical blk 58, lIty of Pensacola.....28 2s 39w
Engineering, also a two-year course L. J. Johnson ......East 41 ft by 102 ft of NWI4,
in Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is blk 56, City of Pensacola ..28 2I 30w
tteqired in III. or IV. The full course Tony Gibbs........ S 60 ft of ast 120 ft of S,
under II, III. aad IV. lead to the de- lots 21 and 22, bik 56, City of
grew of Bachelor of Science; the short Pensacola...... ....2 2s 30w
course to a Certificate of Proficieny. i Unknon .......... est 40 ft tf 9SW%, blk 57,
V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course City of Pensacola ........28 2~ 30w
ao be begun in September. 1906. J. a nd
VL Normal-Three courses for R. E. I McCas'dll..Lots 13. 14. 15, bIk 58, City of
teachers: A one-year course leading to Pensacola........ .... .28 2s 30w
a certificate, A three-year course lead. M. F. FloydC........Lots 38 ad 24. blk 69, City Of
ing. to an L. I. Diploma; A four-year Pensacola ...... .... .28 2t S
coarse leading to the degree of Bache. W. C. Morris.......TLots 31 sad 22, blk 60, City of
lor of Pedagogy. Penatla ....... ......28 2s 30w
An aple corps of competent teach* Thos, C. Watson & Co.Wet 4 ft of lots 1 to 4, blk
ers. A high crriculum-Expenses in- W Clt of Petfesa ot ......28 2s 30w
including board, $120 to $150 per year. Those. C. Watson & Co.West 12 ft inches of 66
Fall term opeam September 27, 1905. ft t Its 1 to 4, bk 64, City
BeaU for Cataloem. of P Caeol .. .. .. .. ..8 2s s80w
ANDRWW *KDo, PrMegia. lRobt. Butnett......LAt i, ilk 0. City ofr Pensa-
'Lk City, FoIa. ... . ... .. .. ..28 2 W

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eullie l'tterson. .Let 22, blk 81, City of PensacoL.23
41 Mo;lle P'ttcerson ..!et 21, blk 3, City of Peasacola.S8
S Moille Pattcrscn .Lot 22, blh 83, City of Pesracola.28
41 iR. M. Avery........'.ots 6 to 1, and N% 16, blk
83, City of Pensacola .. ..28
2-, D. Gaml'n.........ots 9 to 11, blk 93, City o.
Penracola ... ... ......
1 Chas. Learon .... Lts 18, 19 20, 23, 24, blk 97,
City of ensacoli ........23
SW. A. Wood........ Ts 21 and 2, blk 97, City of
39 Pensacola .........
S T. C. VWatesn & Co Lots 13, 1415, blk 106, City of
0 Pensacola ............ .23
SThos. Phair.........Lcts 7 to 11, blk 112, City of
Pensacola ............ ..8
Jeff Stewar1....... East 97 ft of W 122 It of lota
24 1 to 5, blk 116, City of Pen-
sacola .............. ..28
24 B. M. ardc A. B-.tts ILts 7 and 8, blk 116, City of
Pensacola.......... .28
90 Jeff Steward...... Lot 11, blk 116, City of Pesac-
Scs!a ...................28
73 Hal .arr!'en.......Lots 12 to 17, blk 116, City of
Pensacola .............28
Ce!est!ne Mitchell...E 73 ft lets 18 to 22, blk 116,
09 City of Pensacola ..........28
J. Banks...........West 50 ft of lots 18 to 22 and
72 all of 23, blk 116, City of
Pensacola ........ ..28
04 Chris Shinaihmue..-West 60 ft blk 117, City of Pen-
sacola.. ........... ...28
09 Lawrence Crockett.West 60 ft of E 120 ft blk 117,
City of Pensacola .... ....28
89 Charley E-enten.. .East 60 ft of N% or East 60 ft
lots 13 to 17, blk 117, City of
54, Pensacola.... ...... ....28
5L. M. Daris.........Lots 6 to 12, blk 119, City of
n0' Pensacola ...... .. .. .28
L. M. Davis........Lot 19. blk 119, City of Pensa-
cola.. ............ ..28
G. H. mith.........Lot 22, bik 119, City of Pen-
41 cola ............ ..28
Mary A. Stone......All blk 140, City of Peneacola. .28
41 Geo. B. Green, Agt.West 180 ft of N% and West
120 ft of S%, blt 145, City
41 of iPensacola .. ...... .28
IL A. Gamlln........Lots 8 to 11 NW% bik
147, City ofjPens ola......28
71 R Gamlin......W4 lots 1 to 5 and 24, bit 148,
114. City of Pensacola ....28
09 Anctrew Haze ......Lot 1, blk 159, City of Pensa-
cola .....;...........28
0 J. A. King......... Lot 2. blk 1 ,- Cty of Penca-
cola .................28
09 W. H. Scott.......W% lots 1 to 12, blk 16, City of
Pensacola .............28
P. G. Rensbaw......N% blk 188, City of Pensacola.28
20 Unknown......... 11 blk 173, City of Pensacola..28
Mary A. Stone..... All blk 192, City of Pensaeola..28
G. R. Ham!lton.....N% fract blk 211, City of Pen-
sacola .............. ..28

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G. R. Hamilton ....S% bMk 211, City of Pensacola.28 28 30w
A. M. Cohen....... East 52 ft South front on Gar-
den street by 150 ft SE cor.
blk 5, Don. and 19th Arpent,
City of Pensaeola ...... ..
A. H. Payne .......South 40 ft W front on Reus
blk 4, Don. and 19th Arpe*,
City of Pensaoola........
Louis Kramer ......East 25 ft of West 105 by 150
ft blk 4. Don. and 19th Ar-
pent, City of Pensacola .

Fred Fredericksen .North 140 ft of lot9, blk 2, Don.
and 19th Arpent, Gty of Pewa
sacola.. ............ .
Margaret Kelly.... North 140 ft lot 11, bl" 2, Don.
and 19th Arpent, City of
Pensacola ...... .. ..
I. L. Purcell........15 ft by 175 ft and 20 ft by 180
South front beginntn 292 ft
from 8B cor. D. B 32, p. 349,
blk 3, Don. and 19th Arpet,
City of Pensacola .. .. .. -
John Ford.........Lot 4, blk 34 Don. and 19th Ar-
pent, City of Pensacola ...
Thob P. Molony...39 ft West front by 70 ft, 201 ft
North of Government street,
blk 38, Don. and 19th Arpeat,
City of Pensaolla ...... .
Unknor-n.......... ot 8 and E% lot 9, blk 45, Don.
and 19th Arpent, City of
Pensacola .... .. ..
(Est. L. Autrey)..E% lot 25 and N% 26, blk
46, Don. and 19th Arpent,
City of Pensacola .......
Joseph L. F. jluinh.
Gaurdian.......South 49 ft 4 and 5. blk 2. Don.
and 19th Arpent, City of
Pensacola ..........
S. M. Cross........2 Arpents part N% blk ,L
City of Pensacola .... ..42
Unknown...........40 by 125 ft ot lot 15, blk 87,
SW cor. and 60 by 125 ft,
216 ft E of Oliva St., bik G,
City of Pensacola .. .. ..42

76 (Ost. Lucy Clark)..North 60 ft lot 1 and 2, blk
23 7. City of Pensaola.. .. ..43
S Whitfield Dr.ont...Lots 6 and 7, blk 7, City of
Pensacola .......... ..42
06 C. W. Johnson..... .Lot 32 and 8 22 it, 6 inches of
) lot 33, blk 10, City of Pensa-
48 coia ..... .. .... .. 42
48 Mrs. Mary Kittekelly 80 ft N front by 125 ft or N
26 12 ft of lot 1, NW Cor. blk
11, Cky of Pensacola.. .. ..43
94 J. E. Muller........Lots 9 and 10, and 3 10 ft of
11 lot 8, blk 78, New City of
11 Pensacola .............
60 Richard Morirs.. ..Lot 12, blk 13, City of Pens-
cola.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..43
94 D. H, Wilson.......Lot 13, blk 13, City of 'Pensa-
cola .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..42
J. K. Ewing........Lots 1. 2, blk 14, City of Pen
01 sacola .......... .... 42
19 Unknown..........lot 21, blk 16, City of Penae-
cola .................42
.3 J. K. Ewing, et cl.. .Lot s 1, 2, 3, blk 18, City of Pe-
sacola .. ............42

8 Unknown
(Est. 1I. Luckey).Lots 9 and 10, blk 20, City of
S J. L. Bell.........Lots 26 to 30, blk 28, City of
4 3Pensacola ...... .. .. ..4
6 42 J.K.E)wing, et al....Lots 16, 17, 22, 23, 24 and
25, blk 53, City of Pensacola. 42
16 f L Pearson ......E 25 ft of lot 17, W% of 18. e
8% bik 57, City of Pensoolat4
J. K, Ewlng,et al...W 0 ft of lot 2, east 20 ft lot k,
S09 blk 58, City of Penscola.. ..4
4 06 Nie Nicholas.......Lot 14 and 15, blk 113, City of
'Pensacola ............ .43
W. Julian Williams..Lots 1, 2, Eas 10 ft lot 3, Eat
105 ft lot 20, and of N 18 ft
4 3 lot 25. blk 121, City of Pen
S acola .......... ..,, ..4
1 J. K. Ewing. et al
also Gus Ladiner.Lots 14 and 15, bik 145, Cty
6 70 of Pensacola ........ ...
Ida Z Brown......Lot 18, blk 145, City of Peg
Scola .......... ...
SW. D. Barry ........North 90 ft lot 1 to 4. a of
5 72 ast 5 ft of lot 5, blk 1-rk
City of Pensacola .... .,i
1 58 J. K. Ewing, et al....Lots 1 to I, 21 sad 2, bf 1ji
1 8 City of Pensacol ... -,,4J
SJ. K. Bwig, et al. .Tts to 10 fract, B% .X^kg
1 54 lot D. bk 116, Ctty ot PeS
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ITEMsm, SleUNI u J

U North Palafox
PHONE, 67 .
Proprietor. Manager. *

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Office, Brosnaham building, next
to Pensacala Business College.
Prompt attention always given
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ID Escambia County Circuit Corrt,
62 State of Florida-In Chancery-
4 Ethel Frankuli vs. Dorsey Frankl'i.
On Monday the 4th day of Sop'~.
ber, A. D. 1905, the defendant. Dor- ,r
37 Franklin, fs required to appear ti ".,
bill filed agaJat him. This orl- .-
24 t-e published once each week fon *,::
(4) consecutive weeks in the P .t.
4! cola Journal, a newspaper poblitsb
in said Escambia County. A. M. .
62 Millan, Clerk Circuit Court. By L '..
Aymard. D. C. Pensacola, Fla.. IJi'
62 24, 1905. llaugoawtw
In Escambia County Circuit Cour,
S State of Florida-fn Chancery-
16 A. F. West v. Jacob Kleti, Bernard
1 Schllater and Katte Schlater, his
62! On Monday, the 2d day of October.
62 A. D. 1905. the defendant, Jacob Klein.
SIs required to appear to the bill fild
against him herein. This order to be
published for four (4) coneecutlv,
27 weeks in The Pensacola Journal, a
newspaper published in saM 1 scambi.L
County. A. M. NoMilan Clerk Ca--
cult Court. By L. G. Ajmard, D. C.
97 Pensacola Fla., August 10, 1905.
Te provide fer th le eaneo of Bonds
of the City of Penacela, Florida, u..
97 der and by virtue f as Act of the
Legislature of thewlate ef Florida.
entitled "An Act to Autherae the
67 City of Pensacola to Issue negotla
ble beode dft m esiv pupsss
and provide for the eymmat tiers
of," appred e May 12th, 6.

62 Be it ordained by the Mayor anI
Council of the City of Peaseola:
Secttio 1. That negotlble coupon
23 bonds of the City of Pessacola sha4
be issued as hereinafter provided fol
the several purposes and amounU
enumerated, as follows:
32 For the purpose of purchasing, or
constructing. Waterworks the sum -4
Two Hundred and Fifty Thousan.
71 i Dollars (25,000.0e), or so muca
thereof as may be necessary.
For the purpose of construct!nr. on
providing, a system of sewerage ai-
72 drainage the sum of Two Hunfdrdrl r
71fty Thousan- Dollars ($o50.0o)0 0 ,
or so much thereof as may be ne e*
F or the purpoee o( paving and ot-
(9wise improving streets and puWite
Sways of the city the mm of One H~-
41 dred and Fifty Thousand Dollas
($160.000.00), or so nch thereof a
may be necessary.
For the purpose e parobasing *
49 site ani, or constructag, or provi .f.n,
a city hall bulldn1& the sum of S''-
ty-flve Thousand Dollars ($7...("i'''.
06 or so much thereof as may be -"
85. Jr the purpose of parchasind a si
and constructing, or providing. a P
lice Station and Jail building.
97 sum of Twenty-ve Thousand Doir':s
($25,000.00), or so much thereof a&
may be necessary.
28 Any money receried frmm the sae
of any of said bonds which :hall not
be used for the purpose antnor:zl
97' shall be paced ia the .~linkf t'g1n
i and us-i solely for the pulrpoe of r-
571 tiring !he bonds issued under :"is or-
23 Sec. 2. That the bond& pr:,v'
tor herein shall be known as Impr'v
58 ment Bonds of the Cty of Pensa, l'.
Florida." They shall be issued :IU
name of the City of Pensacola at
*ball be signed by the Mayor. :e r':h
I Comptroller, and the Chairman of
4Board of Bond Trustees. and ha?' -er
the corporate seal of the City of p'!-
'eacola. Said bonds shall be 4' "-
72 denomination of one thousand ,lo.:
i $1000.t0) and shall be num r'l !r'
54 the order in which they are iill
'The form of said bonds shall
41 hereafter provided by ordtnanfe'"
ommended by the Board of Bor. T -
54 tees. Said bonds shall be tss'i1 :te
first dao of October, A. -D. i "
24 such time thereafter as the Co
'may provide by ordinance, and -'
77 shall become dae and payahie *i'
years after the date of their ;;t':*
With the option reserved by the r!'*'
retiring at par and accrued in-' -r
49 any or all of said bonds numbst1
from one (1) to three hundred 3i
fifty (850). inclusive, at any time s *r
twenty years from the date of ':. ,
and those numbered from three a'-'*
dred sad iftyoe i(31) to five :A"-
dred (500) Inclaelve at any time a:ter
twenty ve (25) years from the 1ia:s
of tesse. The msid beads shall ur.*
0* interest from the date of issue *
rate not exceeding five (5$ per cen ':..
08 per annu, prabls oa the flr' _,la;
January and the nt day of .Ja! _"
leeh year, ad shall have :in'l-
75eoapon attached payable on s ai
.- (colntedo as th ie-

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John astey.

Jackson Brandon.

T. D. Ada

Pensacola Electrical Company
Ger..,lnendencia and Bell Phon
Baylen Sts. 7.
No job to big or small for as We do work t any part of t
r and also outside the city.

YELLOWRFEVEF Ei er s. Iowon,
General Dealer ia

Neal EHae No Terrr for Tot.

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ron Safes, Cash h ers,;, Type
'iters, Gums Pistols. 1aeiM and Uaw
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.awn Mowers, cssors, Knives,
.. sharpmed
Most ompe f Id ys in tthe
Try Hooto@'s Menelger Service
rbhes n a rry (t aem messages.
12 EAST t.. IwMlWCIA ST.
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made. Judge Blount, who is also
connected with the prosecution, was
not present in court when the indict-
ments were returned, but will be in
court this morning.
Indictments to Be Read.

This morning Williams, who is now
indicted for committing two murders,
will be taken before the court, and
the indictments read to him. His
counsel, of course, will b in attend-
ance, and it is expected that there
will be objections and motions upon
Their part, but as yet their policy has
not been outlined. A continuance will
UlWI Iprobably be askea'.
-i The Vickery Cade.
The case of Joe Vickery, who was
Tried at the last term of the circuit
Court for murder and convicted for
manslaughter and given a life sen-
S tnce, was brought before the court
upon a motion by State's Attornev
Kehoe. The case had been remanded
t for trial from the supreme court, and
of of course he is to be tried upon the
charge of manslaughter, of which he
iwas convicted. Jno. P. Stokes appear-
Sed for the defendant, and the court
Ordered that the case be certified to
the criminal court for trial at the next
term, which is in Septemoer. Bond
S was reduced from $5.000 to $750.
SAnother Case.
The jury will investigate another
case to-day, which will probably con-
clude its labors. This is the case of a
t negro named Moore, who is charged
With a hanging offense, the alleged
gft- crime having been committed upon
SI the person of a negro girl.
s. Setting of Case.
While the indictments against Wil-
liams are the first to be returned it
does not necessarily mean that his
case is the first to be called. Upon
S the other hand, even if object ons to
the trial at present are not made, the
he &ourt can set the case for any date
that it may see fit.

Itching piles? Never mind if every-
thing else failed to cure you. 'Try
Doan's Ointment. No failure there.
50 cents, at any drug store.

Made under Section 35. Chapter 4115,
Laws of Florida, showing the amount
of taxes charged to the tax cokector
of Escambia county, Florida, to be col-
lected for the tax year 1904, and the
apportionment of same to the several
funds for which such taxes have been
levied, including poll tax with county
school tax:
Total amount
charged to taxes $82,671.95
Amount collected
to Aug 1, 1t05- 72,268.94

Balance .....

County tax prop-
er ............. $20,776.5
Amount collected
to Aug. 1, 1905.. 19,379.88-
County school
tax ............ $37,794.53
Amount collected
to Auj. 1. 1905.. 31,641.40-
Oounty road and
bridge tax .....$13.297.02
Amount collected
to Aug. 1. 1905.. 12,019.73-
County Pine and
forfeiture tax...$ 8,310.63
Amount collected
to Au-. 1. 1905.. 7,512.36--
County bond tax $ 2.493.19
Amount collected
tc Aug. 1, 1905.. 1,718.57-

Balance ......... .......... .40.01
(SeaL) Clerk Circaut Court.
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I strongly uelleve in trades unions
wisely and justly handled, in which
the rightful purpose to benefit those
connected with them is not acompani-
ed by a desire to do injustice or wrong
te others. I believe in the duty of
capitalist and wageworker to try to
seek one another out, to understand
each the other's point of view, and to
endeavor to show broad and kindly
human sympathy one with the other.
I believe in the work of these great
temperance organizations, of all kin-
dred movemen-s like the Young Men's
and Young Women's Christian Asso-
ciations, in short in every movement
which strives to help a -man by teach-
ing him how to help himself. But most
of all I believe in the efficacy of the
man himself striving continually to
increase his own self-respect by the
way in which he does his duty to him-
self and to his neighbor.



10,403.01 Mrs. Fred L. Howe, wife of Mascoti
Howe, of General Iunston's regiment,
who has been here for several days,
reached Pensacola yesterday after- 4
4 1,396.70! toon, coming from Montgomery, where
Ssbhe had been for the past two weeks.
lMrs. Howe was formerly a nurse ini
the Red Cross service, and was with !
- 6,153.13i l"e First and Second divisions in Ha-
vans, where she remained for nearly a
year. It was while there that she met
S the little fellow who is now her hus-
-4 1277.29 band, he being brought to the hospital
suffering from a wound through the'
lungs. Later she was transferred to jp
Manilla, where she again met the boy .
4 798.1? who later became her husband. He
with six others, the sole survivors of
the massacre of Company C., of the
$ 777.2'. Nitth Infantry. were carried to the
-hospital and treated for the wounds

they had received.
The couple will remain here until
Sunday, when they will go to MoMble
and theme to Kasas City.

111lian B. Gattin......5u It. E.. front by 210 ft., 300
ft. S. of NE Corner of SW
% of SW% ............. 5 5a 30w 1 55
J. W. White.........50 ft. E. front by 210 ft., 717 ft.
S. of NE Corner of SW% of
SW%.. .......... .... 5 5n 80w % 1 25
J. L. Campbell.......50 ft. E. front by 210. 850 ft.
S. of NE Cor. of SW% of
W .. .............. 5 n 30w 1 25
W. J. Pace.......... .South 37 ft. lots 8, 9, 10, blk.
14, New City of Pensacola.. 6 54

rIOn the Outskirts I
On~~~~ th usit

Pr, iOAL and WOOD

Tarr*ismea -l
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ril I tPrescrltlrdff rfIIIng

SI OLIs one part of the drug business which I should imagine would be
Iof Interest to every custom~. of a drug store. Not because It is
UIythbln wonderful, this bang able to compound a doctor's preo
seriptlon without making an error, but the wonder of obtaiing
Tthese deicate chemicals, where they come from the change that
takes plate in the compounding, and a thousand and one things
of Importance to health and life in the proper handling of what
at first may appear a simple prescription. For instance, the mix-
of wUSntipyrine with sweet sparks of nitre, as all pharmacists know,
aes a compound which would probably cause death it given in
Continued From First Page. dos as large as might be given of each Jone. For a druggist
to attempt to mix turpentine, sweet oil and sulphlric acid in a
palatable, provided only that the per- bottle would result in sa explosion and the ruining of his clothing
son who tells the truth is our genuine of nothing worse happened. Speaking of Antipyrine, It might be
friend, knows what he is talking about of interest to the customer to know that since the patent on Anti-
(even though he may not see all sides pyrine has expired it can be bought at a very material reduction
ol the case), and tells us what he has from their old price of $1.40 an ounce. But with Codeine Sulphate
to say, not with a desire to hurt our at $3.80 an ounce, Hydrastine from $1.50 an ounce to $12.55 an
feelings, but with the transparent pur- ounce and Homoatropine Hydrobomate at $168.00 an ounce and
pose to do us good. With this fore- these chemicals being prescribed by your physician your breath
word, here is a part of the letter': would be taken away occasionally by the price of a prescription.
S s t etter However, It has always been my aim to compound prescrip-
A Priest's ettIr, tons at a reasonable profit and not make the price of a cheap
"I would humbly recommend that prescription high enough t', pay the extra price of an expensive
you lend your entire weight to the one.
cause which the Catholic Total Ab- I have been in the prescription business pretty much all my life
stinence Union of America represents, and each year am making an effort to serve my customers better
and especially so in its relation to the than the year before.
working g classes of this country, for
whom it is doing so much good. You Lot Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
know that the temperance movement
1,. a potent auxiliary to the institu- W1 HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
tions of our country In building up a WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS.
better manhood among our citizens.
It played a very important part in W A. D'ALEM BERTE,
the two coal strikes of 1900 and 1902,!
respectively. Sy keeping the men so Pbom 10. Dr ggI stand ApOthecary. 121 & Palafox.
her, and thus removing the danger of
riotous and unbecoming conduct
T'1here is one discouraging feature con-
nccted with the upward tendency of :
the wage scale among the workmen of;
this country. The higher the wages, (Continued fro m Fourth Page.)
the more money they spend in sa-
loons. The shorter the hours, the
nore they are inclined to absent them. .
selves from home. An apparent dis- Name. Description.
regard for family ties is growing a
among the poorer classes which will 4 .4
eventually lead to a disregard for the -
blessings our country affords them., B, ..........Lot 14, blk 180, City of Pensa-
Hence, with an increase of wages ai cola ..42 2s Lew 4 06ensa
corresponding movement for better W ols ......... ad 2, b 1 C. 2 2s 30 4 06
manhood, noble: citizenship, and truerP C. F. Ward. ....nots and 2, blk 192, City of
Chirstianity should be set on foot. The Penlscola ... 42 2s 30w 4 06
Cign.ty labJ should be intane K. Ewing, ct al..North 95 ft lots 7 to 10 and of
dignity of labo: should be maintained, W 5 ft lot 6, blk 195, City of
i which can be done only through thet lt 6, bk 195 Cy
e th a man should have for his Pensacola ............42 2s 30w 2 71
orke than t a man should havntellgence for his Chas E. Herman.... Lots 1 and 2, blk 201, City of
hvork, and through the A stelligence Pensacola ............42 2a 30w 10 67
which he puts into it. A steady handC. H. Bliss ......... Lot in SW Cor. section 42, D
and sober mind are necessary for this.. B. 20 14 Cit. f P
Hence, the necessity of the temper- B. 20. p. 142, City cf Pensa-
ance cause and of the efforts which or- Mrs. Mrecovih....Lotsla1 and 12, blk. 98, City42 2s 30
ganized abstainers are putting into Mrs. areovich. .Lots 11 and 12, bk. 98, City
of Pensacola .............40 2s 30w 1 24
the movement." M. G. Bell...........Lot 60 ft. front on Caro
Tendency to Go Wrong. Avenue by 400 ft. to Bayou,
City of Pensecola.... ....40 2s 30w 7 67
Now. in what is here written this Morris Bear, et. al..Lots to 10, B. 2, Water
priest does nor. mean that the tenden- 'Front, City of Pensacola.... 32 23
cy is to grow worse; but he means R. Haygood...... Lot 25, B. 25. Water Front, City
that with shorter 'hours and Increased of Pensacola....... 4 06
wages there is a tendency to go wrong M. A. Burns.........Lot 4 and East 9 ft. lot 3, B.
which must b. offset by movements 27, Water Front, City of
such as this great temperance move Pensacola.. 4... 41
ment and similar efforts for social and Pred Woodard...... West part lots 7. 8 9, B. 34,
c cvc betermenz, or else the increase in Water Front, City of Pen-
leisure and money will prove a curse sacola............ 06
instead of a bkssing. I strive never Jel. O'BrIen, Agt....Lots 8 to 11 less South 3J ft.
to tell anyone what I do not thorough- B. 36, Water Front, City of
ly believe, and I .shall not say to you Pensacola ........10 97
that to be honest sad temperate, and I. T. Davis..........Part B. 28, 31, 38, DB. 23 pg.
hardworking, an- thrifty will always 610, Waicr Front, City of
bring success. Pensacola.. ...... .. 32
The hand of the'Lord is sometimes E. E. Saunders,.....Lots 4 to 6, B. 52, Water
heavy upon the just as well as upon Front, City of Pensacola.. 2 46
the unjust, and in .he life of labor Mrs. Mary Kittkelly.30 ft W front, by 120 ft S of N
and effort wtic we tnust lead on this ,125 ft, blk 11, City of Pensa-
earth it Is nOtalr-ys possible either by cola....... .......42 2. l0w 9 01
work, by wtsdom, or by upright be- C. T. Baggett........Lot 9. blk. 1, lot 24, blk. 32,
havior to ward off disaster. But it is Woodruff's division of 6
n-ost emphatically true that the chance acres of NWU of SW%.... 5 5n S0w % 1 39
for leading a happy and prosperous F. R. Harrison...... 5.88 chains by 8.50 chains
lite is im:uensery improved if only the chains between Maylan and
1man is decent. sober, industrious and Woodruff, lots 1 and 2 ad-
exercisea foresight and Judgment. Lt owning on South all in NW
him remember above all that the pen j of SWi o 5 5n 30w 2 51
formance of duty is the first essential Unknown ...........Lots 101 and E% 102. Houses
to right living, and that a good type division of SE%1 of SW4
of average family life is the corner west of R. R.............5 5n 30w S 6 02
stone of national happiness and great- j. L. Orace...........Lot 103 and W% of 102
ness. No man can be a good citizen House's div. of SSU of SW
can deserve the respect o' his fellows, %, west of R. R.......... 5 5W 30w 15 93
unless first of all he is a good man in J. G. Handber .......50 feet E. front by 100 ft., 20
1is own family, unless he does his inches south of NE Corner
cuty faithmulv by his wife and chil- of SWn of SW ......... 5 5Cn 30w % 1 39
dren. Susan McDonald.....50 ft. E. front by 105 ft., 200
Believes in Unions. it. South of NE Corner of
SW'4 of SW% .......... 5 5n 30w 1 3'J

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dates. The principal and interest oC
said bonds shal be payable it geM-
cotn of the U ited States o Aamesri
of the resent weight and flneaes a
such pl e or plaes as py be da,
nated ty or@ia3-cs prescribint tLm-
orm of said bonds.
See. 3. That, for the purpose af
paying the principal and latermt at.
the bonds herein provided for, the
entire taxable property within the City'
of Pesacola is hereby pledged, and it
shall be the duty of the Mayor ad
Council of tle City of Pensaeola to,
levy annually a special tax on all tax-
able property within the corporate
limits of said city as may be necee-
sary to pay the interest on said bonds
and to provide a sinking fand for the
payment of said bonds. The tax levy.
to provide a sinking fund shall, an-
nually, from the date of said boadI
to October est, 1910, amount to no-
less than one-half of one per cent. of
the'tota. amount of bonds issued, an4
thereafter to October 1, 1915, to not
less tha:. one per cent. of the amount
of said bonds. and from and after Oc-
tober 1st. 1915, to October 1st, 1920,
to not less than one and one-half per
cent. of the amount of said bonds, and
from and after October 1st, 1920, to
October 1st, 1925. to not less than
two per cent. of the amount of sail
bonds, and from and after October 1st
1926, to not less than two and one-
half per cent. of the amount of sail
bonds. All money raised by taxation.
or otherwise, for the payment of the
interest, or principal, of said bonds
shall, when collected, be paid to the
Bond Trustees of the City of Pensa-
cola, who may invest the same. or ro
much thereof as may be advisable. fn
bonds ot the United States Govern-
ment or bonds of any State, County
or City, or may loan same with any
of said bonds as collateral security or
on National Bank certificates of De-
posit with approved collateral. Pro-
vided that all such investments and
loans shall be made with the approval
of two-thirds of all the members of
the City Council and shall at all times
be subject to such approval.
Sec. 4. The Board of Bond Trus-
tees shall offer said bonds for sale by
notice published in a newspaper pub-
lished in the City of Pensacola, and
in a newspaper published in the City
of New York or such other cities as
the Bond Trustees may deem advis-:
able, and calling for sealed bids for
said bonds thirty days after the dav
specified in said notice. On the day
specified in said notice for receiving
bids the Board of Bond Trustees at a
meeting to be held at the city hall in the
city of Pensacola shall publicly opea
and read all bids received, but no bid
shall b3 accepted unless it shall be
approved by the City Council. The
Board of Bond Trustees shall have
the right to reject any and all bids
and with the approval of the Council
to re-advertise for sale, and sell from
time to time any of said bonds re-

is perfected in American Queen Beer. We have im-

ported the masterly methods of the best old world
brewers, and installed every modern American in-

vp tion for perfecting these methods, and offer you


man eme of th ighet kighcrad beer. Thema-
terials used are aruly chosen from the market's
choicest Our brewers are finished workmen in their de-
partents; we take etrme precautions for cleanliness
ad purity, aging the eer for months and sterilize every
bottle, sothat there is no sible excellence of inher-
ent qualityewg, or finaperfection which is
not attained American Queen Beer.
ad Ma -dabs. h ls. %ebn is &mr b..
RC aniwad" ~Mr e emeaRAL UA PFrlT.
AAcme Brewing Co. /1

=Lu ]E.
Whol.eale and etdi Dseler in
Ste Domestic Anthraite C A L
md Blarlnmth COAL
Office-No. 3 South Pslatfa street. Telephae, 3.
Y yards on Zarragoses ad GOenales smtre. heo..

those of limited means as well
as the wealthy can now pur-
chase beautiful homes of us.

Be Your

Own Landlord

and what you now pay for rent
have it apply on an "outskirt"
home. We will sell you on: onr
easy payments. Wife will be
pleased, the children healthier,
and you'll live longer yourself.


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mining unsold.
Sec. 5. That all bonds, when en-
graved, or Issued shall be placed by
the Board of Bond Trustees In such.
Lank, or banks, or other depository
as shall be approved by the Council-
of the Cty of Pensacola, and all money
received from the sale of said bonds
shall he deposed by the Board of
Bond Trustees with such depository,
and any monies not needed for imme-
diate disbursements shall be placed at
interest by such Trustees at suca
places and upon such terms and con.*
editions as the Council may approve.
Sec. 6. That it shall be the duty of
the Board of Bond Trustees whenever
it sells, or otherwise disposes of any
bond, or bonds, to register the same.
in a book to be provided for that pur-
pose and to be kept in the office of
the City Comptroller. Such registra-
tion shall show the number and de-
nomination of each bon'l. when and to
whom sold or how disposed of, andi
the amount for which sold or disposed
Sec. 7. That the City Treasurer
and all other officers and agents col-
lecting or receiving any money from
any assessment, tax. or other sources
to be applied to the payment of the
principal or interest of said bonds, ort
any of them, or any portion of the in
debtedness created thereby, shall
make semi-monthly, or oftener if re-
quired by the Board of Bond Trustees,
written reports, In duplicate, showing
the exact amount collected, or receiv-
ed by them, and the person or source
from which the same was received, or
collected. One of said reports shall
be kept in the records of proceedings
of the Board of Bond Trustees, and the
other shall be filed with the City
Comptroller and entered by him in a
book to be provided for that purpose.
under the direction of the Finaace
Committee of the City Council.
Sec. 8. That the Mayor of the CltM
of Pensacola is hereby directed to il.
sue his proclamation calling an eleo
tion to be held on the 22nd day of Au-
gust, A. D., 1905, to determine whether
or not the issuance of bonds for the
purposes and amounts herein enum-
erated, or any of them, shall at thit
time be approved by the majorlty
of the votes cast by the qualified elo-
tors qualified to vote and voting a6
said election. Said proclamation sail
contain the names of the members
of the Board of Bond Trustees anA
shall be published daill in a news,
per published in the City of Pensace-
la during the period of one week.
Se. 9. That, before the time at
the issuance of said prolamation, the
Council shall, by the arnatlve vet
of two-thirds of all the member e
three qualified voters of the City aS
Pensacola, each of whom shall-ber
owner of real estate therein, as &
Board of Bond Trustees. The mem
hers of said Board shall be deied
for the term of one, two amd tbr
years, respectively. All vacancies ow
the Board of Bond Trustees shall e
filled by the Couftcil. Each of sa
Bond Trustees shall give a bend i
the sum of Fifteen Thousand Doalm
and they shall receive such compeas-
tion a the Council shall frotimm tb
time prescrbe by ordinance. a,
Board of Bond Trustees, in additia
to the powers aand dutes herey o
ferried, shall po s the powers vest
ed in and perform the d.tlea co69rbr&
upon the Board of"onr 4 Trbtes i~
the City of Pemsaola by ana at
the Legislature of the State atC nowK
,da eattled "An Act to Abthorise to
Ciy cc PeaSacMa Ito issue neotlaws
broad fobr mmad8ipa purpaw6 aSO


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Wfe. aUllI i :,',, r my gratitude in
qwods lpT 'r v I '. n to 1011 Wtling you
Nol' I f-it. I .La dIwtorid tor over two panr
Suady. awlde-tit t1lw, ,f ruonevr in medicines
bk-aOt,. zit i: all*. f;.il..d t( '- ue any gond. I
had t-n'ai't roubl'aa:s'i mciiId daily t hve faint.
lng M1..iK. Ib.ackwrh. .earintg-4dowil Inii', and
soy nimtJ4iiy emriodt ,' very i-r'-u!ar and
anina CYeva- If I vr',)tA to you for i-oir ad-
vice:.n1 Ir--'": v. a lfett,-r ful of instruction
t ~ t what t..'Iu. and L,1,o conunen-ed to tMe
-b&ia E I'mnkhani's Vf--tabl ('0m111ound,
911.! I auvo iw. r,-u't"sred tW prf-e-t h Lalth.
a d it mn."t I*n for -*u I would have been in
Momuoatins' of procaf establi--h the fact
lalt tiat wa'ilcane in the worid eitral'
LPa.' i; l'irilham -s Veretable 1.on-
pounid f.r rc,'t-r~ug woueCn' ,health.


ripe oaie

T',r largep-t assortment of
P:pe-t in lT,- ci:y. Big
con-iznmncnt just received
and ni imu b> sold at once
to get thet-, ont of the

Fresh Eread daily and
fresh Roasted Coffee. Ice
Cream and Cake or.'crs
for parties and weddings
a specialty.


Clutter Music House
The Leaders in

Low Prices o Easy Terms
So:e Agents for the Celebrated
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Clutter and Other



Clutter Music House
114 S. Palatox St.

We invite you to see
Leather Card Cases
and Purses,
The very best that the
best makers in the
country can produce.
25. 35, 50, 75c.
$1.00 and $1.50.

235 S. Palafox St.
123 Phone.

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Mfm...m Writeto Ir Pi t N. =onm.
0M Jed7 Comfld and VrfV
A b e tu e l Mo-e tb an d Ba rrt v -m
There can be o more terrible ordeal te and Am
6 a delicate, sensitive. refined woman
mn to be obliged to answer certain and Tarrylwa W mne and S
q ieston in regard to her private ills,
ores when those questions are asked
ar her family physical, .ad ima
When I've been bad and sent to bed,
And all's so dark you cannot see,
You bet, I cover up my head.
And spread the sheet all over me.
SAnd then I feel so lonesome, sad,
The room, too, gets so feartul still;
i I S1 I long to see my mother, deaa.
S_ While down my back there creeps a
[ want a tiny, weeny light,
So pull the cover off one eye,
But, Lard, I see the lugaboo,
And from the fright I nearly die.
SI see his shao ow over there,
Arising out a corner now,
A ir .TC l- Md ie I want to holler out, but can't,
SI wish to cry, but don't know how
swotinue to suffer rather than submit II slowly slip the cover ack,
o examinations which so manyph.jAnd whisper soft, a little prayer,
ans prop in order to intllentlThen soon there's some one at the
treat the disea.i : and this is the rea- door,
rm why so many physicians fail to "'Tis mother, whose come up the stair,
mare female disease. I make believe I'm still asleep.
This is also the reason why thousands And wait for her to come to me.
brpon thousands of women are corre- On tiptoe, she walks to my bed.
pondinw with Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn, And kisses me, as sweet can be.
amss. To her they can confide every And soon my arms around her mett,
detail of their illness, and from Then she forgives me what I hbae
ber great knowledge. obtained from done,
years of experience in treating female Again she leaves me in the dark,
s, Mrs. IPinkham can adrise women But then, my dreaming's halt begun
more wi.-sly than the local physician. -Rixford J. Lincoln, in New Orleans
Head hw Mrs. Pinkham helped Mrs. States.
C. C Willadsen, of Manning, Ia. She _- .
*4)r Mr, .Finkham:- c F NoT
*I .:n .traiiv %av tlt youhave saved! y FOR NON-SUPPORT.
. Ict~r trli\.-avif~l Soahav sard '



onlj rhOe Who ja Come
ocety, Here and Else*here

snort out at his wife, when Ouder tm-
liar circumstances he would dof his
hat, bend his back and select the
Ichoicest language in his vocbuniary
for a strange woman who Isn't proba-
bly as good as his wife. A wife will
jeer at her husband when a stranger
Should reecive a cordial or tolerant
smile as the circumstances might
seem to dictate and a sweet verbal
assent to a lot of rct or nonsense ot
which her husband would never be
guilty. And so it goes on through the'
whole family. If we would only be as
decent to those to whom we owe it1
as we are to those to whom we owe!
nothing, this would be such a happy
worl'i that nobody would pay a quar-
ter to get into the millennium "
Well, son-they say familiarity
makes folks get mighty used to each
other and I've observed that soon
after the ceremony-at most, after the,
honeymoon trip-the dainty little
bride discovers that "the one man in
all the world," is not always tender
and considerate, clean shaven and Ir-
reproachably neat, and-and-
Well-of couse-ometimes the
dainty little bride is---hat is-she tan't
exactly always as-as fresh and-ona'
as well gowned as in her bridal robes
-especially if she has to hike out, half
asleep, "At five o'clock in the morn-
;ing." hustle around and bring down
the wrath of her sleepy neighbors
splitting wood to get breakfast.
UHwerver-it iq pA it mnar ht b ri ht-

: eulah, Aft. 10.-The weather for
the past week has been a little more
favorable for work on the road and at
home, with plenty of small showers to
)rep a man guessing whether he would
get home before the next one caught
inm or not.
. Last Saturday the entire commun-I
ity, men women and children, turned
qt and gave the Beulah cemetery a!
thorough cleaning up. Mrs. Campbell
: ad family, of Pensacola, who have
relatives buried here, were out and,
Helped in the good work; also Mr.'
Thos. Miller, oI Pensacola. The ceme-
tery is now in good shape and will be
kept so in the future.
An attempted burglary was frus-.
trated by the timely awakening of
M rs. John Mathis, who thought she
heard some one in her little daughter's
room. She screamed and called her!
brother, Wm. Butler, who lives with
her, to get a shot gun. That was
enouzA for the burglar, who rushed
out of the little girl's room, out ofO
the house and away. His tracks in
the soft dirt are of a man wearing'
about a No. 11 shoe, with toes turned,
very much out.
The meetings conducted by Rev.
Andcrson and wife at the Baptist;
Church were a success in point of at-I
tendance, at least. At the morning
and evening services Sunday the house
was packed to the doors. Among those
present from a distance were Mr.
Robt. Kittsell of the Southern States!
Hay and Stock Farm, accompanied byl
his wife. and sister-in-law, Miss Dog-
gett, f Greenville, Alabama.
Miss Laura Bowman, with her two
cousins, Miss Lizzie and Henry Bow-1
man, and Mr. Richard Gilmore. of Mc-
David, were guests of Mr. Walter Bow-
man and wife Sunday.

And now it is Creatores wife wno I -'_ i, o tU UV u at ut- Mr. A. Busby, wife and daughter,
puts that giPat artist in eclipse by For-the millennium's got to come Mrs. Ella Woodson. were in Pensa-
having him arrested in Detroit, Mich., and-thats the quarter of life it costs cola Monday doing some shopping.
charged with non-support! to get in. If you are married. A Mr. John Bryant and his son were
Th'ir of it What an ordinary, M a* W r mnr |m |If M [Kmu Pensacola visitors Ttweday.
pracical sort of creature she has Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ingraham a- 0 UU lI b JI The third quarterly conference of
turned out, though no donilt. when companies by their daughters and Miss he M. Church will convene hre,
she mairie(A him she fonily believed Eleanor Marvin left yesterday for Baylen and Intendencia. Saturday to continue over Sunday.
she could live on love and melody. Greenville, Ala. Presiding Elder Hammett will be
Ah. If ini-ompetlbi. ': could as II 4tm present. The sacrament o the Lord's
easily prevent infation as it se- Judge and Mrs. J. C. Richardson ws Nn nnmn I e present. h sawi Samint o the Lor 'a .
: I' .... ... __'. : riipper will oe admninistered and all
cures separaton, what fun "falling" lt yesterday for their home in Ala- MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL who are entitled to sit at the Lord's
ii lose would be, even with cranky bma alter spending the summer with table are nvit to be present. Din-
""Mrs. Anson. TRY AND GAME I1" SEASON. t'ble are inviti d to be present. Din-
geniuses. "r- .ner will be served on the grounds Sun-
CELEBRATED HER 78TH Mrs. John H. ross left yesterday FREE DELIVERY. (lay after the morning service, and the
CELEBRATED HER 78TH Mrs. John_ H. ,Cross left yesterday ires and daughters of Beulah are
IRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. for Canada on a visit to her daughter PHIL JONES, MANAGER making prepara!ioun to give every one
Mrs. Manue'la Quina, of 325 East Mrs. Warren. PHONE 895. a cordial wel=nioe and a good dinner.
Romana street, celebrated her 78th After dinner there will be children's
birthday anniversary yesterday, and Mr. Trabue Sublette arrived home day exercises, then Sabbath school.
the celebration was in some respcs yesterday morning from the Summer just before reopening the fall term of So come prepared, to stood all lay.
a mot remarkable and interesting camp in the north Georgia mountains the Classical School. Rev. Shelby informed me that he
aone where f he and a number of the stu officiated at a very pretty home wed-
An elaborate be.irtday dinner cents of the Classical school have About the most profoundly Wise ding '.at Sunay3 Auguit 9. when he.
sAn elaborate birthday dinner spent the past month with Prof.andn .
served and around the festal board spent the past month with Prof. andi things being spoken and written these: united in Holy wedlock Mr. Andrew
there were gathered of the aged lady's Mrs. Armstrong. Mr. Joe Grant will days about Yellow Jaci as about Yel- Price and M'iss Tabitha Colvin. at the
immediate family four daughters return Saturdy with essrs. rar low Journalism, are the utterances of home of the tr;:de's parents. Mr. anl
tlree sons, 38 grand chil:.'en and one e le ann' Presto n Avery. Mr. Presle I people who would got recognize a Mrs. James Colvin, near Millview.
great grand child. Torntn goes on to Washington ann genuine specimen of AtheT if they Mr. Thos. Busby of East Bay. came
Mrs. Qulna is a native of Pensacola Penn will go toca Prnof en Mr A saw it, but would probably succumb yesterday to nake his b-other. A. G.
having been born in 1g.T, and she ha from the camp. Pro and Mrs. m-instanly at sight of some simple a visit. We hope be will stay longe-
seen all the great changes which strong will continue their outing till thing resembling their idea. than he generally does.
science, invention, and discovery have _. ______, *
made during the past century go into Mrs. Bob Atkinson of Mobile, leaves Poor English Walnut Crop.
effect here. Her maiden name was .this morning for home after spending Venture, Cal.. Ang. 10.-The Eng-
Bonifay, her father having come to All Facial ei ,a week with relativesin this city. lish walnut crop of this county w!ll he
tl:is country from Spain and her moth- I -' i but half or about two-thirds of that
er from France. BLEMISNES A very jolly party now in camp near of last year, when 150 carloads were
Although now eight years over the Mrs. Morgan's place across the bay, shipped. As to size and quality the
proverbial three score and ten, this Removed is composed of Mrs.. Harry Blumer mi w
lovable old lady Is still in excellent RemOVad and children, Mr. and' Mr. James M- new nu promises well.
health and has every prospect of liv- H h, Jr., and sn JA third, Mrs. Sugar Beet Subsid
ing for many years to come. surround- In One V. J. Vidal, Mrs. Julia Mdbney and ew Yor Aug. 0.t-A Su b ill
ed by a little army of devoted de- children, Mrs. F. Blwimr and grand- passed by the Chilean congress yes-
scendents, who never grow tired of Week. children. For obvious reasons they terday, according to a Heral' dispatch
hearing from "grandma's" lips the have named it "Baby amp" and the from Valparaiso subsidizing sugar
story of Pensacola In the long ago. F A U 1 I O A youngsters are having a royal time. beet root producers.
W. B. CELEBRATED B- Miss Alberta Hyer and Miss Rober- _
FIFTH BIRTHDAY. THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. ta Fisher have gone to visit Mrs.
W. B. Lewis, little son of Mrs Ellen Beautiola is the only bhmaramsst p a Pearce in Springfield, Mass.
wi tion that omplet iy obliterats ALL Men in general, nd
Lewis celebrated his fifth birthday Ifacal b mhes. trace of rry, I It is Mr. and Mrs H." Instead Men gene l, and
last evening by entertaining a few of ness and exposure. After a few app "
andh a fal like a maante froa the fiae, ed from 309 East Gadsden to their women particular.
Eighth avenue and Belmont. leaving the skin t. le aufl velvety, handsome new residence corner Ninth
Delightful refreshments were serve. not a wrinkle or blemish remais.De ha new reside e cover Ninth toths
ed and the games were enjoyed by ola satdord p b th Medeal artsralty avenue and Strong, East Hill. jy
en. ,,, ,.na : meams ,,ee e "y IChwmlste aad Rxuert DIrataf1>stlt. Im
little host and guests. Those present ha. made faded, but oe b aatiful ladies I .... shin A kfa t
twere Maaters Kenned Feerrson as youthful at forty and fifty a they were Mrs. J. El Stillmaa and daughter nourishing breakast
were,. MastersKenn F n at twenty, also used by men with th same Miss Jennie Stillman have gone to
Lloyd Skelton. George Bona .Richard wonderful results. Beatuola moves th Louisville to spend the remainder of food and they find
Kearney, Blgar Flowers and Misses worst easme of BIOWN. LIVX PO. .l "
Therms Kearney, Ella B. Bond, Irene FIRCKLIt. BLACKHRADq. PIMP34L the summer.
Thers-ea Kearney, a Bon. I e W KLKb. SCARS, sALU PNOX PIT- it when they try
Flowers. TINOS and all DISFIQURING *BUP-
T._ TIONS. Price 0o cents. gXVEY BOX Miss Lena and Miss Marye Mullins
F- I.,N MEAT. GU'ARANTEED. or Powelton, Fla., left Wednesday Grape Nu
FOReBDDEI MEAT. For ale by leading druggie r sent noon for Anniston, Ala., to visit their ape NutS
Street car amenities multiply. Here direct toa
i a stores from the South Herne E. R. BERRY CHEM4CAL CO., brother Mr. John Mullins accompa-
is a story from the Southwestern Dept. St Louis. nied by the best wishes of their many
Presbyterian, telling of an encounter DeptI. t. Lou friends They will also visit Bir-
,.. _,1.'.-_1 .hi._h. .... .. a d / utlo'a b^k mailJd tr~end Tn requt e will also visit Bin- -----_
in which the rabbi scored: One day atlo b mlld repon rq mingham and other points.
in a crowded street car Rabbi Hirsch, --..... .---_
of Chicago, got up to give his seat to Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex-
a woman. Much to the Jewish ul- tracts are absolutely the very best
vine's digrist, a young man scram- that money and experience can pro-
bled into it before the lady could take duce. Ask your grocer for Blue Rib- I
it. For some moments the rabbi n emnl Satin ton Lemon and Vanilla. Takes less.* A t Ll
glared at the offeno'er in silence. Complete St V. Flavors perfectly. .
Finally the rude young man, growing
restless, said: "Wot are you staring Friday Excursion. S I
at me fort You look as if you would In Everv Spoofl Don't forget the regular Friday ex
like to eat me!" "I'm forbidden to -on'nt forget the regular riday ex-thad- ,
do that," answered Rabbi Hirsch. crsion on Tug Monarch. See the ad *v
"I'm a Jew." That's the only kind of JournaThis is the only opportu-
A BRIGHT YOUNG WOMAN ICE CRAM we make. YOUNG AMERICAN unity you will have to meet
COMINGYG HOME. KILLED IN FRANCE. the representative of the
COMI HOME.t has the smooth, rich well-known W YORK
The Fayetteville (N. C.) Observer has the smooth, rich house, the
sa s: taste of Jersey cream. By Associated Pre
"Miss Celia Myrover Robinson, who Paris, Aug. 10.-Allan White, an V m *Md I
has been spending several years he:e The flavor is the beat American, 18 years old, was killed to- 1 iF liH'fCltWBe r Co
alth her grandmother, Mrs. U. C. vanilla hbean ad crsh- day at Palus, in the department of
Myrover, on Haymount, returned to- Golesdunord. H was caught In the who will take your measure
day to her home. Pensacola, Fla. Miss ed fruit. 'tide while walking on the beach and for
Robinson is an exceedingly bright attempted to climb the cliffs. He I n ..
young woman. of high literary ability. reached the summit of the cliffs, but: Ffa and WIntr COtheS
and this, with her personal popularity, COME AND lost his hold and fell a hundred feet. i
makes her departure a source of much ENJOY IT. Death was instantaneous. p l ealine is the most corn-
.er..", ea...ENJOY IT. plete that will be shown
Miss Robinson is spending this __Ordinary household accidents have here this season, containing
week with her brother, Mr. Ben Robin- no terrors when there's a bottle of Dr. aul length patterns of all
son in Century, an' will arrive this Thomas' Electric Oil in the medicine the latest and up-to-date
evening or to-morrow at her home c Knv Kditphan rfa (- hest. Heals burns, bruises, sprains. novelties. Ask to see the
s19 West QGdsdean. K ln lUl In d instant relief. "Alpine Weaves, the new-
-- ; eat fad among stylish, well-
THAT'S WHY IT 140 S.Pal afao Phone 99 TWO JAPANESE NAVAL dressed men. Orders taken
COSTS A QUARTER. SQUADRONS DISPATCHED, for immediate or future de-
The editor of the Tampa Times Aoc Pre t ad please you.
ay-: "If everybody woulO' try right m .. By Assoclated Press. t It -a p-e ne o .
had to he as aer and decent and po- T.klo, Aug. 10.-Rear Admiral Ka- THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
ite and generally ell behaved around 4 a tao'.a reports that he has dispatched. SATURDAY, JULY
bae aa amnoa strngers the world's GRIST AKD COAt f m Al- *L'% one naval squadron to Kamchatka, 2ith, 28th, 29th.
dividends of happiness would be hoist- .a GOON L.e A c -, PrM ana another to Okhotsk, and that they
ed a thousand per Pu t without notice Maactartl are now engaged in carrying out their
or previous recosrad transfer on the CHOICE MEAL AND Pla, OiJNO instructions in regard to the work t
stock boom. It Is aagyy simple thing TOCK P - be _performed at thetr respective sta-2J | m M
to thiek about, bt Mty p cen i of. B.y yar imel and 3Sk t yrB. t.bMs. R
the upleteantae a m s a : umness hoes e mamst T l 1 4xt to-PiPst Natlonat Bank.,
of the iarlEd oMaen tre lack of ooa- home Induostr,. oyis A lazy liver makes a lazy man. B Penscola, Florida
sierattloa tor pd other by members laqr, sad leave y-em q S g-r dock Blood Bitters is the natural,?
of the family eltde. A huabsad '11 )ttlM, flt fe i atim remedy fbr a lazy Mzer. .


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On accoaut of the ratoy weather last week, which no dopib' p-o--v. ,
great fatly people from taking advantage of ou- free "oo'h br'isi o; -
offer is continued for this week.
To introduce Hooton's Antiseptic Tooth Powder, we wi!l z..- .
purchaser of a 25-cent bottle of the powder, a 25-cent Tooth Brjh s r-.
Both the Powder and the Brush are g 'rranteed. and if eith.-- a.a,
factory your money will be refunded and no questions asked.


We have the finest line of Fine Stationery and Writ;nz -
this city. Stationery is done up in fancy packages for from
$1.25 per box.


PHONE 1100

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Your ,rftwi

Tobebeaatiful is tobe lo byall If
te lives the woman who is iadiffr-et to
this sh is yet to beheard of. Yet from
tima Imemorial society has recoaized
what they thought to be a detrimeot in the
way of such a raliatioa. The bearing of
child has meant to them the marring of
ph al bety of fig without which
b ty of face would be of little account.
Nothing coald be mote remoe from truth
than tis; childbirth is purely a natural
phenomenon, accompnied by pun, to be
sure, bt if poperty m more
harmful in its effects upo the human form
diviae tha may ethe tural fctio.

s ertlal in the proper maaeUItI t of
every ca of iabor; ft relahs and softens
the abdominal muscles, tbh b enabling
them to ustan the stretchibg that they
must undergo, and from this very fact it
facilitates their return to normal propor-
tions after childbirth, adit is obvious
that pain must be greatly lessesd from
this ery eason.
It is a liniment, it is harmless, t is
potent, it is priceless in it results, it is
Mother's Friend. .oo per bottle at dro
stores. Our book of prices valn mar.
free to an wom-.
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rob you of your share in the flood tide
of bargains during our monster

$3.50 Ladier' Strap Sanda s. al styles. rnov ................... $2.27
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandras. a: t.:. es. n=w ................... $1.96
$3.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords. a st> es. r:w ...................$2.88
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxf' -Ls. ail styles. now............... $1.96
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords. Tan or Black. now .............. .$4.98
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all sty es. ...............................$3.96
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles. now ..........................$3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all sty::s. row ...........................$2.89
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
along and get your share of the plums.


102 South Palafox Street

Feet Furnishers Gor Folks.


Pensacola, Fla.
Speolal Weekly Rates for Table Board.
F. L. BOWEN. Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Aragon Hotels, Jacksonville, Florida.

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Engraving and Fine Statonery.

Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.


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Brenau CollegeConservatory, ainesville, GaL Fll courses in L.':.-
ture, LaguageSL, sceilne, Music, Art. Oratory. etc. College bul" i -
beautifully fulmsbed, everything new; splendid new pianos. Del
ful location. Best accommodations. Excellent faculty Fr atA-
logue address ,, A. W. VAN HOOSE, or H. J. PEARCE,
As-c. PreeMdetew EafAuia, Aa.

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eawt-a-woru eer bmeertl e. A No dvertswn t tk i tae ts n e eaetal setes by the mot

For sal.. BARGAINS
AUTO-Only run four months. Good
as new. Finest bargain in second- 3-room house, ccraer lot. Rents
hand machine ever offered. See Dr. $5.00 per month ............ $425.00
Phillips, Room 4. 7% Palatox. 2auglm* 3-room (bay window) good re-
- pair. abstract .............. $525.0
FOR SALE--A well established, good 1-room b. E. Chase St., rents
paying furniture business for sale. A! $11.00 per month ..........$1100.00
fine selected stock and first-class busi-, Vacant Lots in any locality.
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-, Fire and Life Insurance Agents.
cation and an opportunity that does,
not often present itself to a party
wishing to engage in the furniture w i-, v rv
business. Reasons for selling owner L. S. IBROW N & Co
wishes to leate the city. Address
FMhrnlture, P. 0. Box 181, Pensacolas, 200 Theisen Bid'g
Fla. Any other information furnsh-e
ed wit. pleasure. 6aug "WE SELL LOTS"


4 room house,
2 houses, rentli
Neat cottage, i
3 houses, re
$18.00 .....
5-room cottage
(New) ....
S-room cottage
4 houses re
$23.50 .....
10 lots. New C
bayou .....
1 Llock, near
4-ioonm house,


rents $7.00........ 600;
ag $10.00.......... 800
near Palatox...... 2350
Wanting monthly -
...............$1600 00;
ge. East Hill
............... 1500 00
E. Romana ... 850 00
nting monthly
............... 1850 00i
'Ity, overlooking f!
............... 1750 00o
Orphan's Home 800 00!
W. Romana .... $ 850 001

ITt us show yon. Pensacola real Cstate is best possible FOR SAL" OR RENT-N ei ..nde ra ___ Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rent' Special Advertisement
euritor Wre'teds and know. We can sell you real ood East Hill. rear cars. A. C. Bik. MiSGcelaneOUs Colected.. Money Loaned. One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
state or negotiate lo or you. le. Tiesn ld auglw Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must

FOR- SALE OR RENT-New 7-roalu TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, VA.- LS W BROOKS be sold at once ..................................$4000.0
aend scnala nraveltm en sr sand1 an ronpt epaired, at F. B. Buce's
pSaco a l o well ano outhouses. A good bargain g repair shop. Rend thcm down. 204 8. Palafox. Fisher Building I RA S R A N A
A, o, aft r l Apply to postmaster, Goulding, Fla. 29jlyw LEADING REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AOWNT,
W. I a ~. a. i lL I. MS, Sec.rary. 4augl '* IANO TUNING-Am prepared to do Cor. Palafox and Garden Street.
J.B..S.U.M.V M a .- e N w. ... KNM W I.. Treasu rar. FOR SALE-Upright KimballPiano and repairing. Guarant ee O T-ai n
sle c, p. ., ,.:a,. a.avtion. -, year.;expericnee. J.
21 S aftta, Loxste, -N o I or sae cheap. Apply 13304 N'. nuGo- Conrad Scott 244 E Gregory. 28juilme FOR MNT-Lorraine House, corner e
215 Sesth Pa~lax Stt, et Ptn o~l4.l F idaf. mcrnment St. 4auglm* .. Haiyne and Belmont street. Apply -
I---O- SAE-Kill the gcrms c fevr- REGULAK MAIL LIN--Good convey. W. 8. Garfield. 12jul constitute a vote of the elector mak- vacancies, and, If all the Ieei
SOR SALE-Kill the germs f fe- ance for traveling public. Daily ser Ing the same in favor of the proposi- are absent, then the i
orer a barrel of slack li to- ce a pl ay R RENT-A 7-room hiuse on Big ints bonds fo the purposes persons present i
Phone 367. 4auglm ice ead way.dd roe J. T ple, Chp y. ,,Bayou; furnished for the summer; and u n specified andeach su s nc d etledon,
WA rrh.ead. Address J. M. ,gg-e. Chipn.-,on water front; large yard, shade cross mark in front e word fil thecanctestsaid eleton,
S, r ATEDr WOMAN x'AN -'_ '4FOR SALE-A quarter block in New "' trees, wide veranda, servants' quar- "Against Bonds" shall constitute Sec. 13. That on the da
A' l E0 NAGBar- a ATEDGood colored boy to work City, containing 5 lots, with large REAL ESTATt. terms, excellent neighborhood, near car vote of the elector making the same election the polls shall be
S rse. N.ppBaug aboua t o fle. Apply to Circulation Oak trees on same. ver- conveniently RIAL ESTATE la all parts of city. line. Will rent cheap. Address 497. against the proposition to issue bonds eight o'clock A M., and sha
a : u -3 iage'-" S wc. at Journal office located to car line, ga. and water You buy the ground 'ad we will care Journal. cha. 30jly for the purpose and amount specifiC, ed at sundown, with an 1 i
V A:: 'Y second-hndd sfet, Haug mains and situated in excellent neigh-' build your house on long time py- FOR RENT--Offce romn with show If a majority of the vates in said elec- of not more than one hour fo 4
n Address, afe, care COOPR WANTED-PIrmanent p-. borhood. To a quick Liurchaser will ments D. Hale Wilson & o window. Apply at.34t Palafox. tion shall be cast in favor of bonds The poll shall be locatedator
SlsugI w a ition for steady rellah!e white maa. sell cheap. Addirs. P. O. Box 529, TAILORING-EB. L. Diamond Talor. 19jlyIm1 for iany of the asount n and Purpov'bs- as practicable, to the polled n a
,,- -class rooms and MiejM ibe sober and have good refe:-P.T- City. augEw*,. Geatg lotlhlnr eleanml, p Epecifled, then the bonis shall be is- used in the last preceding ct
Sl younas ren. Must he ces. Address Pncola Tar and Tur-. laug2w, et lothingcleaned. pressed an FOR RENT-New live-room cottage sued as herein provided for such tion.
young en.dre t once "Per- sntne Co., Bhemia. Fi. 10aunr- FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New repair onabort Peotice. No. 11 on car line, corner 1'th street and amounts and purposes: but unless a Sec. 14. That the inspectors
Journal lauglw City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. West or t e ia. th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo majority of the votes rast shall be so clerks of each precinct shall I
: 'r, J i irna, i0o0laugw ACTIVE LADY WANTED-Each coun- Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa. I. .e gallery. 12July (ast In favor o-' the proposition to is- out and sign duplicate returns of
v., N' ic"', : sh mooak 10 to aemon,-trate and display swn- laug FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTYe
a huinesl Can make -.e" to dmoOrawe ynd display saC- laeg wOR ONE DOLLAR AND FouTY FOR RNT.-Realdence lately o> We bonds for the purpose and amount election and deliver one copy th
S.. pes. Slry $1 weekly. No capital' CENTS er head. we will haul out i DWall il specified. the amount proposed to e to the City Comptroller and one
., ":M .' P. O. B~u or experience required. Silver Co., GO TO TURTON tor all a lms las de horse, cowS, Le. e. orws cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. iCae ued for such purpose and amount to the Chairman of the Board of
___,llauglw 720 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Pa. Camneras loaded and tlmaded Ie at 1 l East Intendecla. Herring as st tAfl to Rf M a shall not be Issued. vassers at the City hall as so
ST hours and buggy aug 9 andl2 f cr He e be phot B 8c. 11. That as soon as possible may be practicable after the c
,,r was -n par9: ca,. balance AaLia o s t oe 0uith. a yerU a lad, SAILMAKER. FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, co-- after the passage of the's ordinance the of the polls. Said returns shall
ror, .rh P. X.. Care Journal .. A DAT ONCE-Six carpenters C H. PORTR, saalmaker, 71 BSouth ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. City Conmcil shall by the majority vote the number of persons voting at
PI at 35 cents lper hour and ten brick-IN.H.TAVES AND HEADINGS Suitable forbApply of'all Its member
a w* a era at 50 cets per hour. Buildin- PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS f : Pliatx street. Orders takes fo table for boarding house. Apply of all Ia members, elecr some quali- election and the number of votes
Sa b 45 Navy Yard W C el Su sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship- tents. awnings, camp stools ad housM. to rs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East arr fled persm to act as Register for said respective For Bonds
I N, -4 S. Tarrazona St..b-4o. 45. Navy Yard. W. C. Kelly, Supt.. 26 election and it sa ,
,..n Gard.en and RImiana Si., and Sauglvw 22jlylm* i said Register to prepare under tih and amount proposed, separa
a,. ..u .inm. rellas and parasols re- WANTED-Servant irl at o i --- ai supervision of 'he Boui;l of Conva*s- The inspectors and clerks shall de
pirod Work nearly dove while you general housework Apply31 OR SAE C AP- three-year hertoLorherein provided for, a list of ll to the Chairman of the Beard of
rla A:: Work aanL'e O. moa stree Apply18 old Berkshire herd toar. Duke a o e qualified voters residing in each el.e-- vassers at said time an 1 place the
SPrp 4augl reeauglm* Florida No. 68,923. Also some ne YOU WANT to borrow money in tion precinct in the City of Pensacla list, tally sheets. rgtratio
-, -- --_WANTED._Ag.nts n auw .. co..- Forid PN. I 9x-.Aontsold boar, all loonr fdoma to,0 m w oey h provide for the payment thereof," ap- who shall have paid taxes on real .- used and unus'-d ballots and all o
-IR :1 % ..NT ...... W'ANTED-A'Xge1ts in 4ifferet U young pigs. 1 six-montis-old boar, all amounts from $500.00 up? We have proved May 12th. 1905, and shall pos- tate or personal prop,;rty to the City papers and things use i in cond,
....o .t. ."NTD n Florida "t. W o ,andle Alpine Saf registered and transferred to loan at,7 and 8 per cent. (Continued from Fifndh Page.) for the or pearsonal propwhich to the lasCity papersnd hold ing said el in con
:..t:a Sret,. d c. augw* and Loc Co.'s Fire rad Brglar Pro terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18lyInterest. Thos. C.Watson & Co. attg seas such otnuedr powers anFif perform due an payablewhich taxes were last d holding said election a n
NI --To buy an earn good Safes and Vault Ft f every WALL TINTS by experts; result uch powes ad peom due a payable next proceeding da after t lecn or as oon
o oo description. Wrke me for at gaata gdrtl4 WALL TINTe n dperts e t MON. Y TO UND---na ood rmt as such other duties as may be hereafter day of said election. Said registr.t- after as possible, the noari ofd
u ...e i to PensacoA or in SA carritt Moreo, Peso Fla., Flo dteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phonseuri good llatea p ide by ordinance. tion list shall be completed and suo- vasse:s shall canvas a:nd decla.-
S.. So Meap fr casther. anta ida State AgmnL 28June. 48._- lyl at lowetr' rates Lesle e Sec. 10. That the ballots used .n mitted to the Council for its approval result of the clzetin and shall ce
.:.y. Fla. 1ylm*, Any nteUlgent person may earn a Soth-followipt orm: A. D. 1903, and said register shall give and th rult so cric.J s:al
r.. la. n 1dAJlyl sgnt oearn young l.sound and L goo i Ii e say i notice by publication in a daily newn- ent r(l on t'ie records p
N .\ .;a-Any girl in need of triend- good income correspondng for news. condition. Also one 2-hors Stud. iQNY A D m O aM Y & l -notice by publication in a daily newf ents n to records o pioc
S Ip. adce, etc.. will fni papes; so .canvantng:; perieee bak wagon.W. S. Grfeld 4 OFFICIAL BALLOT. paper published in thecityofPens.- of the Cuncd.
r wlit aasiatance by ap- unnnecesMary. Sd for parUculars. Ier an r 0et Y Speoo Bond Election City of Pen ola for the space of three day
; i Matron of the SaiTa"ion N1orthern Press Syndicate, Lockport, FOR SAL-One Cho!ce block on top W. gacola. ihe exact time that said list shall oe vassers herein provide for shall
.An R, I.S-ue Home. 33rd St. and ave- N. Y. 13june3m of rae ridge east of the electric onal submitted to the Council, and calling prepared an, printed all necsa
: -miugham. Ala. dh. railway, between 7th and 8th street, I Election Precinct No. ........ on all citizens to show cause, if any .lanks aun ballots for sin said
Nature has favored this section and it MQONT LOAtID eam ood l (The voter must make a cross mark they can, why said list should not be 'ion and all expenses -r said eie
,AN' -Tie MercM nts Transter F -cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. at s nsuityr i ool (X) before the words "For Bonds" or approved and a copy of said-list shall' shall hb certified to by the chair
SvourmonTandBau KEN W T oduee e e W o "Against Bonds" accordingly as he remain in the Register's office for of the Board of Canva-t-rs and
S'p e 1Thnem. FOR SAL-Ood paying grocery, Makes fowls pecaly w lavrS a approves, or disapproves, of the issu- public inspectionn during the time said't of the general funds in the
n cop Pohonee Ibjelm. (ep emstre, romsi Thchep*" ood 0 bIo ace of bonds for each of the respec- notice ic being published Before ap- treasury.
vA.N"Li)-To buy for ca, a few conn -cion. Store doing good cash Cen o.. Phone a34 prO ea o tive purposes and amounts.) rovin regith ser
sh.-- A rican National Bank L'usiness. Household furniture also property o o nelCouncil shall order trkn therefro e three of member to serve
Sprice. Addre J. L J., ot ale Reass for eing, am leav- FOR BAL--At a moert.O Ifrlture Toermls eas. J. W. Dullard, uStairS .......For Bonds. Shall bonds Is- the name of any person appearir a Boarl of Canvassers for the ele
S: price. 33u2m* L nr ct on account of sickness. Tele- swta k stock and oat O S 38% South Palan ft., Phone 11" sle for Two Hundred and Plfty Thou., thereon who may be shown not to be herein provided for. Sd Boar
'3iun2 c n accunthon 104 i ele- 140 E. Intedeael. Ov sand Dollars ($250,000.00) for purcas- legally qualified to vote at said elec- Canvassers shall perform all the
SANE-Your ectric work of all augw ing or constructing Water Works? tion, and shall order the names of ties and have all the powers he
k:ne. Let us clean your fans. re- POR Beautiful new mandolin. iOR lSAL.l-10-ro hotsh corIlr 1tNIJMITED saW t at moas r lasn......Against Bonds an rsons placed thereon not ap onferred upon the Board of C
par your dynamo. do your wiring. etc. Pirst cost $3i.00. Very cheap. 12 lot.3 blocks from Palato lot 9 d ......Against Bonds. any poereon a eon notl a- (nferre shallupon the oard of
i'mae 570- Pensacola Electric Co, East Goverm I St. Sauglw t19 a nard Clor o. l t New to b ess i ..*...For Bonds. Shall bonds Is- fled to vote at said election when p. ties and have all the powers confe
co:ner Iu:edeucL Band BIaylen streets. F-O SAI.. Barber Chaair for sale. i Jan. Stanardouth Pal .o sue for Two Hundred and Fifty Thou- titioned by such person so to' do, but, upon the Board of Canvassers of
-1 junelm. 09 S. Paaf3x St. lauglme '-- sand Dollars ($250,000.00) for con- before the Council shall order any ular cit elections under eia g
em ,ORA9 r.O.purPeved another FOR SALEf-Second-hand cash Wil Sashman' Paw SI. strutting or providing a system of name stricken therefrom or added to and ordinances in so far as
s:.:pmrluc ,: : ported pure olive oil FOR SAl--South h-%t block 211.' ter in perfect condition. Will asl sewerage and dMainne? raid list. notice of its intention so to are requisite to the ldin
:n retai.eC ga.lons, ha gallons fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by cash or, time. A real bargain. Can 40_2 8. PALAFOX 1 .... ..Against Bonds. do, together with all the names p- and canvassing of the h letln ol
quarts :1)7% fet on Bay Vlew Park: also be seen at James McHugh's 22mnca MOM Y TO jLOAN ON DIAMOND, posed to be stricken from, or added to, provided for and, as except ae.
south half .of block 212, fronting 400 Watces, Chaint, Rings and all kinds ......For Bonds. Shall bonds is- said list shall be published mnce In a otherwise provided, said electiota*
A.TD-Th pope 01 Pensacoa feet on 14th St.. by 1372 feet n Bay DO YOU want to buy or sell eaythi? t collata security et lowt rate of sue for One Hundred and Fifty Thou- daily newspaper published in the City be conducted as nearly as ma
,eae worry ig. Let The Journal View Park. The only popery adjoin. A little want ad will bring woadertu; interest. Barans In unredeemed sand Dcllars ($150,000.00) for paving of Pensacola. After said register shall; compliance with the existing laa
ase. Ads solve the problem for yo. ing Bay View Park that is now for results. The cost Is too mslguiflcent pledge. and otherwise improving streets ani have completed said list. and the same ordinances relating to regular
To.v are epr: detectUvs, and ae sale. The beautiful view down the to delay. to loan, in amounts of r.ublic ways? has been approved by the Council, it elections.
e ihe man .you de L 5.kin for 0 bayou and down the bay can never he TOR SAL--Freh batter cream $500.00 and up at 7 and 8 ...... Against Bonds. shall be published one time in a daiy Sec. 1. That thisrdina
B :n ludmakd e thet 2.u0 or i 000a obstructed A. V. Clu:'s. 30jly sweet milk, and buttermilk, de- per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson newspaper published in the City of take effect immediately after
;. .. v.:. make he popuaer at anytime of day. No. 40 C. 6aug ......For Bonds. Shall bonds is- Pensacola at least five days before age and approval.
A'TD- R SAnd tE.- am Florida State Aen Belmosntstree. Phone 907. 7Jllm* sue for Seventy-fvehousand Dollars the day of election. No person shall Passed July 19, 1905.
ATD-Iaul.ng and traunst*r for Fi:-e an Burglar Froof Safes andal- -- ($75,000. 00) for the purpose of puir- be allowed to vote at said election Approved July 19
work Otce phone 263. Residence Vsank Fixtures of all descriptions FOR SALE-A Wilians Typewrit r,' LOST chasing a site and or constructing or whose name does not appear upon the COHA. H.
pbine 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. manufactured by Alpine iafe ani in fir.-class condition P;.ce $30.00. providing a city hall building? list prepared, approved and publish- Attest
Tarragona. t5smeh Lock Conmpany of Cincinnati. Ohio The Fither Real Eistate Agon..-. ;Cug ...... Against Bonds. ed as aforesaid. B. BERNARD, Clerk.
Coimmunicate with me for prices and LOST-Memorn;dum book or pocket Sec. 12. That the City Council shall Bleki.a
WANoTED-Oruers for The Journal' term before buying elsewhere. Scar- ---- diary. Reward for return to W. C. .....For Bonds. Shall bonds is-. at leas: five days before the day of
tpecliPesumclaand Pan=amaCaual ritt Moreno. Penaoolafl I T t-.ion at Escan:bia Realty Co.'s. 6aug sue for Twenty-f.ve Thousand Dollars election appoint three inspectors an In County Court, Bcambia go
:tL whis will hU pler. :28 e.. 4 ---- -- ($25,000 00) for purchasing a site anl one clerk of election to hold the ele'- Florida-By the county
o. c tata ecalfteepctureofclty, HE W T LOS. WOOD YARD T-Boy of 15. namn Alfred Ren- constructing, or providing, a Police' tion herein provided for in each ele- said county-Wherea, J.
,o av e.' ec at Jsalee. u15 epply yET with stove od bAlock, .Man factutrers of -frow. Hin snimal ear on chin. Left Station and Jail building? tion precinct of the city. If any In- has applied to this court or-
-- -sataonfd r al ee.ok wood, split wood, pine knots, or a.i Dealers in Pensanola July 14. prs'!mably for Bag- .......Against Bonds. spector or clerk so appointed shall fail of Administration on the ebat
TAT -Sed-maid Coa Out !kindling. oo ing phae I 05A C. Ki. LUMBER. LATH.8SAWBEDGPRESS dad to go t- work. Notify Ml.s Luli to attend the proper polling place at David Sheehan, deceased, late at
aa 00tb1e 1mastl elac s. Buts o : Williams, o. 0 St J SHINGLES AND KILN-. John.on. 623 Hlicnberg St., Pensacola. sach cross mark on said ballot 'n the time fixed for opening the polls, county of Escambia, These are
O shipMelle~ Co. Ud Write aWllam o E yl DRIED SAPS. lauglm* fro~t of the words "For Bonds" shall the inspectors present shall fill the fore, to cite anI edmntMAate SIMellen b Co. wata your Jmovn c k M ra ular the kindred and creditors aol
L aullng. He gHuawrantees all break- deceased, toA. 1905,be and file o
chmone w0 -tlons, if any they have, to the eia
SLL'Ui NORTH HILL PROPERTY. For ent letters as aforesaid, otherwise
IL Adressp.. J Dor and iy. Not H IL L w w8 w w---w- --.N o -- rrKeIt. same will be granted as prayed.
t Aclen wated. We pay cas *u Witness my name as County J
i Adre P. O. Box 3. ctt. The W Jobe hoe on North Six desirable buifng lots at 15 North Baylen .............. 40,00 of the county aforead this 10th

T^odCo-attage on iS Shore 25.00: Augus t, 1t5
,. -. .... w -.,-... -. A--:. t, M i House nsar Perdido Wharf .... 2000 auglloaw~w County Judd

t-vt careful atemaa& I. Rale Wi-
('L & Co.


-nfurr.;hed rooms
S Xpp \i 317 N. Palafox St.
i ,-',7- Nicely furn.shed rooms,
.:_' phone an'd bath. Large
"'i. with bay window. 10 N.1
S Puone 65. 2 rings. Zaaglae*
Is o wO toM ret' sinin
t wU fte The JouI Wast

& & HOTBL-opea ight ead m,
.,b-roftPM& Romas -aft ad
Trafow 4" e ev se BIW

the city. Can be leased for a terffl of
three ycars.
319 Sauth Palafs, -p-tair.,
sulteble for o3ub or effites.
706 South Palafox.
207 Eat Government.

21 West Romana ..............
314 East Strong ............... 17.90
105 East Romana ........... 17.50
806 Weet Main ............... 15.00
Dwelling Near Stoddarts......#. 12L0
613 North 7th avenue .......... 8.00
211 N 9th Avenue .............. 10.00


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Bids for building a Steel Brgh
across the Perdldo River by Zscambb
County, Florida. and Baidwin Couna .
Alabama, near Muscogee. Floruida,
be received until October 1st, 1905, ag
will be opened-by the Board of CouaW
Commissioners of Escambia CounW.
FlorIda and Baldwin County, AlIbda
at Pensacola, Florida- o October 18W
1905. Bidders mast visit s4%
all measurements, take Yo0d0 Il"
submit bite print with Mbid.
Plans and specil4m tIoas can b
at Pensacola, Florida, ua the O= .
A. M. MeMillan, Clark of tie Clr
Counn. The right Is f ved to ing
any o0 all iAL. dftu be dldft
to A. M. Ng ill ClersS p"
Commissioner, snm.arama Tr-
and should be marked, "Pruemge -.-
Steel Bridge." r

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Would You

Like to Be a Banker?

and let us be your clerks? Did you ever stop to think
how the banker r.akes his living? You're saving your
money in a savings lank. It lays there six months to
get any inieres:, an,. then, only possibly 4 per cent.
Banker can't do arty hett<-r, as "he must put that money
to work." He wit.- it out on wnuat? No. I mortages on
real esta;c at 6, 7 and 8f 'cr cent.

Can't You Do Like the Banker?




We have $10,000.00 whith we can loan in amounts
$5000.00 up, at I aid 8 per cent., according to size of loan.

One story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at
$96.00 per year ........................... ...........$ 600.00 W
Two dwellings on large corner oIt. 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.. ..$1250.00 .
70 acres ow land near Powelton, Fla., convenient to railroad..$ 250.00O
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Ste
tion ................................................. 1200.00 .
Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100, near Palafox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once .. .. ...$6000.00



A Niet Home, 505 E. Gadsden, 7 rooml. 4t


We Advertise Free.

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A DolWs Worth for a S$


That's v hat walking about
in 0i'b hot weather
amounts to.

If .ou wear a pair of
Thiey'rc cool and thor-
oughly comfortable.
HANAN'S, $5 and $6.
,CROSSETT, $3 and $4.

Jnhn Whifo



Was Rmi


The city C
sion last nil
siding and A
SWrignht, Re
and Watsou
of canvasse
i presented a







ied by .ity CounciI
Night'for Consid-


council met in special ses-
ght with Mayor Bliss pre-
Aldermen McHugh, M.aura,
illy. D'Alemberte, Yonge,
D'Alemberte of the board
rs for the bond election,
letter from Register Geo.

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The Crown of Araon Went on '
Reef While Passlh Out of
a Cuban Harbor.

The big British steamer Crown ot
Aragon, of about 4,500 tons net, reach-
ed port yesterday, or rather came
over from quarantine, wheii she ar-
rived Sunday. The vessel ts in dis-
ress, having gone aground on a reet
v.hile passing out of a Cuban harbor,
and was ordered here for a survey as
tj the amount of damage.
The steamer arrived at quarantine
Sunday, and was released yesterday.
As soon as possible she came across
;he bay and dropped anchor in shoal
\ater, in order that a better examina-
tion of the hull could be made.
Captain Jacob Kryger, the agent of
Lloyd's at this port, ordered a sur-
vey, and a diver was employee to as-
certain the damage. It was found
that some of the plates were cracked


VVW ill 11 ILV *'S. Hallmark with list of qualified, . B"-- -. r..a- Fac iI
voters which the register submitted. rlstove in. romwhich thervesseiwaBe 's IF
Outfitter to Men and BoyS oOnthehrerhmmendatonsofmChair- tast taking in water.
SB Dlembe-t the daprovaln of Cthis As yet the examination has not PHONE No. 1104.
205o207 S. Palafox wln D'Alemberte the approval of this' been concluded, but it is probable Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona Sit.
list was deferred till Tuesday night that by to-night it will be finished, and
Phone 225. at 7 o'clock. The Journal will, in it will then be decided by the CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
the meantime, publish the list, so that board what course to pursue. It is QUANTITY.
Small whose names are not properly thought that the work can be done
registered will have an opportunity! with the vessel in her present pols- -
to have them registered. ton, and without taking her out on T
City Attorney's Salary. the Spanish dock at the WaTy yard. URPENTINE TILLS
RIDA Y Chairman Relly, of the finance[ The Crown of Aragon was boumd r l
committee, recommended that Mose for Port English, where she was to Mclllan
E x u s o Lyman be refunded $500.00 on a liquor have taken a cargo of phosphate rock. lla Br C
n cense which had previously been is- Manufacturers,
sued him. He also recommended that NOTICE. M n fI a u AIArAMA
tie city attorney's salary be increas- Notice is hereby given that the office MOBILE, ALABAMA.
THE TUG ec from $900 to $1200 per year. Both of "General Manager" of the Nicholson __ ___ _
St-commendattorn were adopted. Lumber and Stave Company, has been
Report on d Bill. abolished pursuant to action taken A K E T S
...... -8.1.. uv the Board cf Directors, and that

S 1al rman Reilly, for the nnance Mr. Win.TReager, heretofore holding
committee, submitted a report of the er
committee's investigation of the feed maid ofce, is no longer maa e general
will run the following schedule bill matter wh'ch had been referred NICHOLSON LUMB & STAVE CO.
to that committee. The findings were 9Iaugt By M. SE TTLE, Secy. Io
FRIDAV rFTER nOn in effect that the total overcharges,;
t A N N hta of which had been submitted by W
Mayor Bliss, aggregated $159.73; that TROOPS RETURN w
Leave City for Life-Saving Station,; Mtayor Welles had a right to make N
4:00. the feed purchases, regardless of bids M
Leave Life-Saving S'ation for City,I submitted if he thought it to the city's ROM PHILIPPINES K
7:00. ;interests to do so; that the approval I
Arrive Pensacola. 7:45. vouchers snowed carelessness and H
;irregularity, but that there was no evi- B y Associated Press. G
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 35 CENTSI dence of dishonesty. The committee Francisco, Aug. 1.-The trana-
Amade several recommendations as 'o port Buford, Capt. Hall, has arrived E
made several recommendations as to i porB tC- d from a, E
S- an improved system for handUng cityI Th e steamsip cme diays from M Na-
IThe steamship came direct from Na- C
vouchers, and cthtosed with a recom-ngasaki, carrying 117 cabin and 142
C mendation that the investigation nbwsteerage passengers, besides the
LAUNCH SH steerage passengers, besides the
be closed. The recommendations, anloops who are returning from the
LiUN otion of Alderman Maura, weve all oops who are retrnlng from the
adopted. Philippines. These consisted of tkp-
ToY WeHARF i6, J .Seventeenth infantry, bound for Fori ma
iY W F LA Jim Crow Ordinance. McPherson. Ga., and the Third squad- 2
Alderman Yoage introduced, by re- ron of the Thirteenth cavalry, which tic
caest, the Jim crow street car ord!-iis bound for Fort Sill, 0. T. Col. Van th
chance which was. prepared some days Orsdale is in command of the Seven- mi
Open to charter by private parties' go by the C'hamber of Conmmerce. teenth. an
flor fishing trip., bathing, or other., i was referred to the franchise corn- .- ca
lammer recreation, mittee. ca
Treasurer's Bond. W h ho Atit
Treasurer W. G. Dailey submitted ne
Sis bond for $25,000 with T. A. Jen- to
-rimerly ship's boat for Spanish rings R. M. Cary. W. A. D'Alem- and then come to at
cruiserr !sla de Luzon, one of Dewey's, berte, and J. S. Reese as sureties. It the Old Reliable th
prize captures, was referred to tne city attorney and
the franchise committee. As
Clerk Bernard Resigns.
City Clerk I:. S. Bernard tendered! m
hls resignation as follows: sid
Has full canopy and Is most com. Pensacola, Fla.. Aug. 10. 1905. n
portable boat in the bay. Hrn. Chlas. H. Bliss, Mayor, Pensacola, e t
fortal boa inthe Dear Sir:. R estaurant.:
Dear Sir: .fin
1 regret very much that circumstan-. me
MAX KLEIN, OWNER. ces are such that I am compelled to where the best is m
tender you my resignation as Clerk always o tiuable. one
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. tee l um resnt r' lWay* *gtriga*bl*. on
aPETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. of the City of Pensacola, but I find
PHONES, 358 and 1070. tha I cannot ten to the duties o kindsof ish, Soft Shell
that office with',ut seriously neglecting All kinds of Fish, Soft Ihellt i
my private busi.eass. Crabs, WesteI n Meat- l
I assure you that it would give me D'
preat pleasure to serve with you for REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,
CAPTAIN the next two .ears. as I am sure that 25 CENTS.
the present admiiinistration is one of -T
Oe best that Pensacola has ever hal,
DI l lhUHU UbUI and one which will no doubt do a
great deal lowaids the welfare of the Shirt Troubles
LAUNCHES c. Shirt Troubles
LAUNCHES I desire to thank you for your many
kindnesses to n,. during the time that Cured Here
CtID, ROBT. L. E., NANCY AND I serve l as clerk, and also the Honor ur e.
EDNA able Board of Alderman for their co-' u
EDNA S., operationn and cou.-: .-ie. to me. Be
I! is my dt-s-il. that this resigna- ad'
t;on takr, tffe," on Monida. Aug. 14. A na:ging wife, a furnace of
aa be chartere. by the hour, day or 1105. Respectfully' submitted that won't draw, or a perverse na
week. Terms, reasonable. B. S. BERNARD collar button are drawbacks to cu
Fshin Tackle and Cooking Ute- Clerk. a man's morals and a mellow i o

SS furnished if desired. On motion of Alderman D'Aleni- disposir:on. tMc
PHONE 204. 1,rte the rc.-eia-nation was accepted, But a Shirt that doesn't fit the
but Mr. D'Ale.T.berle expressed regret does more to rack his nervous ans
that Mr. Berna:d was to -ever his con- system and make a mental and Mi
IAPT BENNIE EDMU IDSOA i r ction with tht city government. moral wreck of him than all of and
SBENIE O On motion el Alderman Maur., a the other troubles put together. Pe
OWNER. vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Ber- The only redeeming feature ne
';:rd for the efficient manner in which about a baa' Shirt is that It is the
t.- had di-charged the duties of the easy to get rid of and stay rid hol
rcffice of clerk. of it. We have plenty of docile, nan
friendly, obedient, peaceful
C. E. Merritt Appointed. Shirts that a man lcarus to love
Mayor Bliss appointed Clifford E. for the pleasure and comfort te
AY errir as cle:-, tu succeed ,r. Br-: they give him. ha'
SnLanrd and the appointrio rt was imme- The new patterns ae indeed Sri
lately confirmed. Mr. .Merritt's ap- handsome. Come, skim the spi
i ointment is one of the best that could cream while the stock Is fresh. eve
AKLAND have been iuane and he will unques- 50c, $75c, $1.00.
Stcnably make an excellent city clerk.
i wiil assume the duties of his office
MPIDAY, AUG. 11th, Ionday.
The council adjourned to meet Tues-
S .... .... day night at 7 o'clock. when the list W hy Pay More?
oi qualified bond electors will be ap- tha
AO#MI REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 13. I roved.e a tha
1. O.O.F. --. by
STe steamer Ci'- of Tampa has WILL INTEREST MANY. ufa
tmct ered and wi!! leave Palafox Every person should know that good H AN kri
Srr at 1 p. m.. returning at a reas- health is impossible if the kidneys areo I O or
S W-ble bour. deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will any
S tefreshmaents served, cure kidney and bladder disease in CASH CLOTHIER, fell
L -every form. and will build up and 'tr'
, ARLE-ADULTS, 50 CENTS. CHIL- strengthen theme oras so they wih Pho!1 2# PM
S oREN UNODR 12 YEARS, perform thtr taUons properly. No of
danger of Bright disease or diabet Cor. i
A C.TSM. It oley's Kid"aer raA is take a

1.. f.- Y~r '~
:t9* .:

Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 10.-The naval
ores market closed to-d.;y as fol-
W ,....................... 5 15
G ......................... 4 85
........................... 4 40
........................... 4 25
........................... 4 15
................. .......... 4 12
.......................... 4 05
...................$. 00 to 4 05
.................. .-3 1 90 to 3 95
.......... ....... 8 80 to 3 85
................ ....... 3 45
..3 30
Spirits Turpentine, *0% cents.
New York Cotton Market.
New York, Aug. I0.-The cotton
market opened quiet at a decline of!,
03 points under scattering liquida-
on following continued good rains inI
e south and the lower English spot
market. Business at first was quiet,
id fluctuations narrow, but later be-t
me more active and easier with lo-

t uears an some of the southern
'uses selling. After declining to a
it loss of 10@14 points, with Oc-
ber selling at 10.51, there was a rally
3@4 points on room covering, and
e market was about steady.
thma Sufferers Should Know This.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cure.1
ay cases of asthma that were coa-
lered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
g, 701 West Third Street. Davenport,
wa, writes: "A severe cold contracted
elve yoars ago was neoglcted until it
ally grew into asthnra The best
medical skill available could not give
more than temporary relief. Foley's
,i., and Tar was recommended and
e fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me
asthma which had been growing on
e for twelve years, att! if I had taken
at the start I would have been
ved years of suffering." W. A.
Alembe te, druggist and apothecary.




The Home

This fall.

This may ,e done
at little expense,
with a few well-
framed pictures on
the bare walls.
We carry a large
line of moulding for
the purpose.

Gem Book Store
C. Johson, Prop.



LUolllll in*LUHn, AMU Ecl, Axe1sen,
165, Belize to master.
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Jennie S. Hall, Am sllh, Watts, 388,'.
Boston to order.
Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, Bal-
timore to master.
Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt.
653, New York to order.
Agostine Terrizano, Ital ship, Cu.
nera, 1170, Liverpool to master.


Mr. I, S. Brown, Manager,
Pensacola, Florida, ",,
Dear Sir
This is to acknowledge receipt of
check No. 29588, of the Mutual Life'
Insurance Company of New York, for
$2,000, being the full claim held by Ed- IH
win C. Dansby's estate, proofs having! C
been forwarded the Company on the
27th o- July, 1903. This policy was
barely two years old.
I cheerfully recommend your good
company to those desiring safe insur-
arce and prompt settlement. i
Yours very truly.
(Signed.) PAUL DANSBY,
Admr. Es. Edwin C. Dansby.

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Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua

McKinzle Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chandlers and grocers,
the only first-class house of the kind
in Pensacola. Fair prices to all.
Why use inferior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's, 30 S. Palafox.


Famous Scotch and Irish

Suppose You Should




Union, Br cha, Foster, 2, for George
town, with 0,000 a ft lumber, and mi -
8pellaneous cargo.
Bruno Menzell, Ger as, Frederick-
sen, for Buenos Ayres, with 952,000 s
ft lumber.
Jennie S, Hall, Am sch, Walt, 388
tor Boston with 416,000 s it lumber.

Blakemoor, Br as, Bruhn. 2408,
Spezia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
SBruno Mensell, Ger ss, Frederick-
sen, New Orleans to the W. S. Kevser
Carthae Br st. Johnson. 541, a. *
vana to Export Lumher Co.
Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Gracia, Span As, rLuiz. 2122, Tampa
W' Gulf Transit Co.
Gustav Adolph, Swvcr Ns, Sjoberg,
14S6. Sydney to H. Baars & Co.
Hermiie, Aust ss, Hreglich, 2614,:
Port Tampa t o Gulf Transit Company.
Homewood, Br rs, Jorgensen. 1263.0I
Pomaron to ora'er.
Nokomis, Am sch, Sperry, 243, Car-
denas to order.,
Pensarola. Am ses, O'Leary, 1081,, 1
New Orleans Gutlf Transit Co.
Queenswood, Bi s. Neville, 1694,
Philadelpha to Pensacola LuNmbr Co.$!
Soperga. Ital ss, Gustaviao, Balt.i-
more to Gulf Transit Co.
Tapton. Br s.s. Sa.ilerson, 2300,
Tenereiffe to J. A. Merrizt & Co
Telesfora, Span ss, Bengoa, 291'.
Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Vizcaina, Br as, McArthur, 140,
Norfolk to F. 0. Howe & Co.
Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.-en, 771, Loa- I
don to order.
Magellan. Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
Janeiro to Southern State% Lumber
Co. a i
Thomas. IaU bk, Garro, 808, to C. B. :
Caflero. -
c ,~,

Knowles Bros.



'l Agts

The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. an !z r
interest rate thbn any company doing business in kiYonda
t should be asy for you to decide the rest

S. Williams, General Agent.

Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or 2ight. Ag,.nts
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, a:.o
Chains of a!l d-scriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123

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27 East Garden Street.

Phone 148.

iflilift HliflllltllliIIIIIll ill (llI lll tll i t I lll filliIIIllf IIIIHlllfl itffqIg II

No. 3603.
i. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
r. W. LAMAR, Vke-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfetfer. A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton Jr,
Bryan Dunwody, O. E. Mlaur,
Frank Telily, W. L Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGounrn, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. E. Brawner, McKenzie Oerting.
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms SolIted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.

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


W. K. HYER JR., V.-Prea. and Ca.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Ca- r.



of Pensaool, rFla.

lrTDIPTrDm O_ 1S r im # W7 A DI.._._. Wr, F _vif.,

By Associated Press. ,M. A JS. r. ., Drin. w. eU DIounc Wn r IM OWLc"
San Diego, Cal., Aug. 10.-At a W HISK I S W K. Hyer, Jr., D. C. Brent
'cling of the board of control of th W IS I
nuington Memorial association, an
visory hoard c,')ia:ni:n, the name:si Are recom i h alD DIEI TU EXNAUB *
ci4z. ns prominent in the .etatea Are recommend, by Analysists and FOREIGH A D ESTI EXCAlNl E 101T MAD SOLD
toiu was selec e Tlhe nam,- in- Doctors for their purity and excellence.
ide President ,),,severt. Se rotary See that you get We draw our ow ills of Ea Veesel diabwless upon the Most
the Navy BoPa;iarre, cx-Secretary: change on Great B6in, Ireland, Favorable Terme and their ot
ticea, Whsee rmany,ola, W iFranceme p ^s uaa, Irtalyo
nrton, the nat final ,,nman ders f e' Whatls;s tak Payabl attPort of
e G. A. R.. and Spa,!:rsh var veter- ,HollanW, Sain, ldcam, Russia gatlos Tak n Payabl at Port
s. the pirsident of the Y. M. C. A-i Norwy, W s sn, bye mark, ad DeUnatlon Tan Days After Ve
ss Helen Gould. Admirals GooCdr!ch and don't be persuaded to take any cther European countries. el Arrives therM.
d McCalla, Gov. Pardee, Senator other.
rkins and Flint and eight congr"ss-,
n from this state. N:,tificationt, of 7 Corf's Building, Preeeen Row, Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
e appointment will be sent an;, it i-
ped that the majority of those, Liverpool, England. have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
med will accept.

MIothers lo*e their dread for "that'.
rible second spinimn? wen -they
-ve Dr. Fowl-r's Ex'-ract of Wild
rawberry in tic hoarse. Nature'%
ecific for summer complaints of
ery sort.


rhe public will please take notice
t I have had copyrighted as required
law the name "SENNA-PHOS," tc
signate a medicinal preparation man-
ctured by me, and that any one
owingly selling or offering for sale,
in any wise uttering or circulating
y preparation bearing any counter.
t or imitation of th; above label,
demark, term or wording, will be
escuted by me and the full penalty
the law, to-wit-a fine of not more
n five-hundred dollars ($500.00),
*Iwnamn .t for Wot M tbU

Shat Eas)

feeling Around

Your Neck
is but the natural result
of Collars and Shirts
Being laundered by

The Star Steam


37 UmoU3or St

t 4r I .i -

P e 114

Savings Depattment.ntoeret Paid on De-

posits at RMte of 4 per cent per Annum.

L. fLtTOX GZXN, F amsim. T. 11. wells, Vueu-wPURDEzT.
A. A. BujimmaT AsOUzmaa. MAgy13LjD 103330. Ar. 'AMC_1: LAj
Citizens NAtional Bank,
ol Poeawac, Floridl.
Geo.W Wrift -- -Marna Bear, T. IL Well*'

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J. S. ~iiiiS3,ireuZd& LWE. W. MMNEFENC hier. :
W IL XY, Vice-Presdent.
Dreetrsw. & rewe fwW.ee W DeC. @ Keer, R.. Cry,
W.l A.O~A. Jo~nge.
T"Ans4 G BnsInuss.

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