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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 15, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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by The As sociated Pr ,


T HE WKATHB :.. Showers Tues-
day, Wednesday partly cloudy
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is always read by nearly
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VOL. VIII.


NO 196


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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1905.


PRICE, 5 CENTS.


SE IN NEW


FEVER CASES
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11 JURORS CHOSEN

TO TRY WILLIAMS


nC55 lkw Casesal P12lkEACE
ep Testerty Ap CE DOUBTFUL


to 6p.m.


AFTER CITIZENS


SVolaters of Antl-osqilo Ori-
nance Must Sfftr.

LANDLORDS. AGENTS AND,
OTHERS WHO FAIL TOSCREEN
.R CISTEFRNS WILL HAVE


IS RUSSI'S


BELIEF


Evsps Wrk Slowly, Dispsing of
Two Articles and Adjoning
Till Today.


ITHnLir *w --I
NO MERCY AT HANDS OF AU- y Associated Prs.
THORITIES AND VIGOROUS Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 14.-Fol-
Tlowing is the ofcial statement of the
CAMPAIGN IS NOW ON. afternoon session of the peace con-
terence as made by Mr. Sato: "In
the afternoon meeting of the confer-
ence. articles two and three were dis-
By Associated Pree caused and disposed of. and at is
v.,:. .,:*-;A...:.:..',.,. 4, o'clock the conference adjournd untiU
Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock."


\ O(-an.. La.. Aug. 14.
.!-ia; report up to 6 *
evening is as fol- -
.,\ ca-.: 55; total to date.
..., o day 12; total to
, \. ,uh-foci 8; total to date


The Morning Session.
Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 14.-The
oonfersnce met at 9:40 this morning
and adjourned about 1 o'clock for
lunch. The session was resumed at
three o'clock.
Article one Of the Japanese condi-
ticns was agreed to at the morning
e a on and article two was taken un.


The article as agreed tc by the plen-
Ipotenitarles is not in the language !
,u .bmitted by the Japanese. It has'
a :esult of le ver cases teen modified to meet the wishes of
a :eult of left-over cases the Russians but to what extent Is1
S ::,da. and partly from the not known. M. Witte insisted that
'he inspectors were able to it was the purpose to make the de-
: day's work there is again ipendencv of Korea and he wanted
:nber of yellow fever cases the language of the article to conform
S ay, the bulk of them com- i thna mention. t
S- tlo Canal street. That this itnton.
S now very generally infect- Jewish Delegation.
ti -r.,. here seem to be areas thus Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 14.-A del-
i. American section of the egation consisting of Jacob Schiff, Os.
..LC .h few e ceptions ee car L. truss. Aldolph Krranss, Isaac
.ar i .laed. Sel aan and others arrived this at-
~ ".:,.-i ,thoritttse are StM u te w by preks arael s to.
Sphether the high wa- have a conference with M. Witte oas Uao am-- gues that lek- tsarl. *Uita1eny trible.
. mat, natter of the daily the eBlaf 4li the Jews In Russia. ..
..- -has been reached M. Wtte is known to be a sympatlhs-
i.,. ,o early to has- er with the aspirations of the Jews i
t a li-. .,,xnt of the vic- for improved conditions and if satis-
S- . rt to win, but factory assurances can be given it is
a r, r ,111 of cases re-j stated that Russia can place a foreign
:,r c ', roo. 4 r~'ment they do loan in this country through Jewish
: .:.e h. i- any chance that bankers.
S.,. apipr'lach the propor- Russia Hopeless of Peace.
ar f :!h- s,'rious epidemics St. Petersburg, Aug. 14.-The As-
e:,a" : .h the population of sociated Press is In a position to de- FRE INSUE INS
a alino9t double to what clare that practically the only hope
Vi- -: :'. entertained in high circles regarding
aipa: n of prosecution of' the result of the peace conference lies
-wh ha r. obeyed the anti- in the expectation that Japan will re-
... -na:, i s to be partici- cede materially from her terms as IM S COS L
S- .: h'- rtile-ral authorities, published.
Si, ',t hal:h. the police Official and public sentiment re-
'a-;,. u-;:: w: c niUes. Sweep- garding the possibilities of peace was
; wt-,: isued by S p- rcutlined to the Assoibated Press by Rfere AllowsClaimsAgregating Western States Will Begin Inves- Machine Struck By Locomotive
p\\;.';:k r itrosecute ali an official who has had constant and
an: apc z: wo fail to close relations with the highest au- $650,000 for Allege tiation on New York Life Dashed to Pieces and After-
(-rens thoritles, in part as follows:
Average Only Five a Day. "The terms s regarded in their en- Damages Sustained. in October. wards Burned.
tirety as quite impossible of accept-
'. !ii-:s. Avtgust 14.-With ance, and a close reading scrutiny
o: i-ha.f of August gone and. has not removed the very unfavorable North Field, Vermont, Aug.- 14.- By Asociated Prese. Rutland, Vermont, Aug. 14.-Deputy
:i ,a or.; 1. an average of five i prod d here If they are not m odi e F h gt a t V surance Commissioner Obren return- ot New York, and Miss Eliza iP. Wil-
,. a a raea e v If theu are not mod. te trench gverlmentl against Vene- ed from New York today and con- ling, of Chicago, were almost instant
.',w:. : ., .-Ic al authorities fied. especially in the m atter of in-1
an 'h. o1cnd weeki of their dc-mnity and territorial concessions, zuela have been allowed by Referee firmed the report that the investtga-
:r el:ow f.v"r here. peace. it is thought is impossible and Frank Plumbly, to whom they had tion of the big eastern life insur-
-a dro;0 of cases on Sunday, a continuance of the negotiations use-I been referred for decision and' final ance companies by the Insurance de-
-cause Sunday insption less. The Japanese terms are re- adjudication. The decision was an-partments of several western states,
-.d as that on week days. guarded in Russia as demands which n d to b representatives of including Minnesota. will not comr
Shad his inspeor out might be made upon an utterly crsh- ced to-day by representatives o mece before October. The rst com.
each of the wards, and ed and powerless enemy but it is ab-! the two governments. jt-ny to be investigated will be the
urprisine if itday's list surd to propose them to Russia which! li ght cases involving claims of New York Life.
:anc ovc ; tha: of the has a half million ipen in the field forty million francs were submitted NEW CITY CLERK It
'-tour hour, facing the enemy. Ilssia is honestly te Referee Plumle. Two were dis- CHARGE OF HIS OFFICE.
Girl Died. and sincerely desirous of securingRa "mw
tht 'an honorable and lasting peace and n missed for want of equity and one
he appeals that have to this end has sent pleaipotentiaries' as disallowed. City Clerk C. E. Merritt, who was
o:. Page Five.) to Portsmouth." The Mlaims were for damages al- appointed last week by Mayor Bliss
leged to have been sustained by the to fill that office, made vacant by the
French citizens conducting mencan- resignation of D. 8. Bernard, was in
cS tary d Part tile enterprises in Venezuela during his office yesterday, that being the
cr itary I Cf and ythe insurrection of 1901. Referee day that the resignation of the for-
cary TA fd P y i- 'P iumley's decision is final. mer clerk became effective.
flave Arrived in Ph lippine Mr. Merritt is well qualified to f11
the duties of the office and will' no'
SW AM A MILE doubt give the public entire satisfac-
Sn. Ilands. Aug. 14.- here tomorrow. tion.
.,S transport Logan. The vicero-s of the Chwiese prov- *J E U IT FC Ii
z~t~s transport Loga- n. eofINK*1nM IUndTKS


Taf- Mis Roosevelt Inec of Kvan T gns and Kwangsi
Taf Ms Roosevelt have cabled Manila,. inquiring as to
Sari. arr',ived here from when the secretary an' his party will
n.ng. Tugs with the visit the capitals otf their respective
;t::. a large reception provinces and saying that prepara-
.-'ng of of ecers oft ions for their suitable reception are
S:.'.y and leading citi- under way.
.hand playing, met The federal party has accepted See
. r hay-. The reoep- rotary Taft's statement of the tUl-
on board the tude of the United States ,#Aers.ment
forii,a;:y welcomed towards the Philippines as given n
:;,nbbers of which will his recent speech at Manila and will
I.sl until to-morrow. reconstruct its platform in ecoord-
on_ l* await~ the partylance.

\evada Volcano Now

In Active Operation

S Assoeeted Pres. tion has been traverse for years, the
S -,'. Aug. 14.-A special c-ater has Just beena ad. Te men
SReno. Nev. says: were in search oft ct we they
S rwing off molten lava. came upon the strei of vara, and
,p* ration has been dis- tracing its source, located the volca-
'\ vada by Messrs. Mc- no. The roaks fr s distance
r and Somers. cattle around were hobet that tha eoeld
loc not touch them with thber b hands.
.* is located in Rye Patch. Dttinct rmbaW2 ,ii- l the
Wt Although that me- ow of "Lra.


1111 iF ITVII *J I LO

By Associated Pre.
Boston, Aug. 14.--ose Pitonbof,
aeed 10 years, of this city yesterday
swam a mile in Dorchester bay in
thirty-three minutes. The child's per-
formanee, which was witnessed by
competent judges, is believed to be
the best record ever made by a girl
Mopteur swimmer.

OVER 70 VESSELS

NAVE BEEN RAISED

By Associated Pren.
Victoria. B. C., Aug. 14.--ews hae
been received from Port Arthur that
over seventy vessels including the
battleships Peresviet. Poltava, Retvi-
san, Ptbieda and Psllada aad the
cruiser Bayan have been railed, and
the wo f salin the merchant
steamers sunk at the harlir mouth
or blockanr purposes has bem K
to Japeese &rms-


BASEBALL
Augst 13
By Associated Press.
Southern League.
Birmingham 1. Atlanta 2.
Memphis 2. Shreveport 4.
New Orleans 7, Little Rock 1.
Nashville 5, Montgomery 6.
American League.
Washington 2, Clevelanad 3.
New York 7, Detroit 1.
Boston 1, Chicago 6, (first game.)
(Boston 5, Chicago 3. (second game.)
Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 1.
National League.
hicago-Brooklyn, rain.
Pittsburg 5, Philadelphia 0.
South Atlantic.
Savannah 0, Jacksonville 1 (thirteen
innings).
acon 0, Columbia 0 (eight innings),
AftC6I a 0, C&areston 0 (to0r n-
- ,a)


A. -
*TAML ATTORMEI
Stas nAiiney K irW, Asessted By
k Prosution A
e IPim~Sm. .-TI


VERY INDEFINITE


WAS HYDE'S


LETTER


Secretary Wilson Gets Promised
Epistle But Little Satisfac-
tion from It

By Associated Press.
Washington, D. C., Aug. 14.-The
promised letter from John Hyde, for-
mer staticlan of the Department of
Agriculture, in response to Secretary
Wilson's cablegram urging him to re-
turn from England and testify in the
proceedings before the special grand
jury Which is investigating the charge,
against Edwin S. Holmes, former as-
sociate statician arrived today. The
letter was as indefinite as Hyde's re-
cent cablegram to Secretary Wilson,
and nothing is known as to his in-
tentions beyond promise to return as
soon as possible.

IS THERE SNOW

ON THE MOON?
By Associated Pres.
Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 14.-An at-
tempt will be made by Harvard as-
tronomers to-night during the partial


Nearly Full Jury Selected By At-
torneys at Sessions Held
Monday.


TRIAL IS ON TO-DAY


Taking of Evidence Will Probably
Begin This Morning.

COURT ROOM CROWDED TO THE
DOORS BY TALESMEN AND
THOSE ANXIOUS TO HEAR CASE
-ALL JURORS SELECTED ARE
FROM THE COUNTRY.

By Ben H. Thomas.
Much greater progress in the trial
of William Fletcher Williams, ter the
murder of John White, was made yes-
terday than even the most sanguine
expected, and when the court adjourn-
ed for the day at 7:45 p. m. eleven
Jurors had been accepted by both
prosecution and defense. Those as
cepted for service were:
Eleven Jurors Selected.
D. M. Carter, of MoDavid.
H. C. Miller, of the Country.
L. E. Boggan, of the Country.
Joel G. Suggs, of Gonzalez.
Phil Jones. of Goulding.
J. W. Tucker, of Brent.
M. D. McArthur, of 12 miles west of
McDavid.
D. B. Steel, of 6 miles west of Pen-
sacola.
F. Caro, of 6 miles west of Pensaco*


eclipse of the moon to determine by la.
photography whether there Is snow Jas. T. Godwin, of 12 miles west of
on the moon and whether the moon McDavid.
has a satellite. E. Bailey, of Myrtle Grove.
Twelve men occupied the jury box
TWO KIL '" as early as 4 o'clock but two were
WO KILLE subsequently challenged by the slate
and thereafter nearly four hours were
l i IIQIIN spcnt in a futile effort to secure the
.N COLLISIUO twelfth man, court finally adjourning
w*i"---'-e-U i. 1a'ig beef'--actoaiy: lia- -
By Amsociated Pres. e d. .
Mason. Ga., Aug. 14.-In a heAoton Court Room Crowded,
collision two miles from Macon be- Fully an hour before the time set
tween the north bound Central of for the time to begin there was a
Georgia passenger train and the, ood-sized crowd gathered at the court
southbound freight train this after- house nd it was steadily augmented
noon, two men were Killed and Ltreei until court was called to order at 10
probably fatally injured. Both of theo ni. The laige number of talesmen
e'tad ore negro employes. The passen- cccupie4 a goodly portion of the
-gers were badly shaken up, but none available space in the court room arid,
were seriously hurt. after they had been seated, the doors
were thrown open and the court room
filled with those who came to listen
ly killed at Pike's crossing near Ben- to the proceedings.
nlington this afternoon when the the proceedings.
North branch train on the Rutland WiHiama Brought In.
railroad struck the automobile in Williams was brought into the
which they were traveling. court room at 9:45 by Sheriff Van Pelt
Miss Willing's nephew, Amrose and took a seat at the left of the
Cramer, ano' Clhauffener J. Adamson, bench near .:ie sheriff's table. He
were thrown out and badly bruised was handcuffed, but the bracelets
and cut but not seriously injured. 'ere removed as soon as he took his
The engine was thrown fifteen feet seat and he spent the time from then
and the tracks were torn up for a until the ope'ang of court conversing
hundred feet The autor.obile was with friends. He was apparently
dashed to pieces and afterwards dd- calm and snmiled repeatedly as be
s droed by fire talked with those around him. One
Mstr. Lindsey and Miss Willing were not acquainted with the facts would
Ito have been married next week. hardly have thought the man wa
upon trial for his life, charged with
cue of the most horrible crimes in the
history of Pensacola.
He was attired in a blue sack coat
and, as he had not been shaved since
his incarceration, had considerable
growth of heard upon his face. This
was removed during the intermission
at noon and the prisoner presented a
much better appearance during the
afternoon session, during which he sat
at the table with his attorneys, fre-
quently consulting with them regard.-
ing the case.
Showed Little interest.
When Williams first came Into
: court he evinced but Ittle interest in
the proceedings, but later consulted
-r:ith his attorneys and friends. Sheer.
iff Van Pelt sat close to him thrugh-
out the proceedings.
Mother and Wife Embrace Him.
Just before court was called to or.
der Williams's mother, wife and a
number of other relatives come lato
the court room and embraced the prls.
ener, afterwards taking seats oppo.
site hhm i ar the sheriff's table. Al
of them -'to'e visibly affected.
Jurors Desire Excuses,
SBefore court was called to order
there was a small stampede of jurors,
who wanted to get excused, for the
desk of Circuit Clerk McMillan, and
tli sorts of excuses were offered. But
l!:tle satisfaction could he given them,
however, and they were forced to rm
main content until called to the jury
box, after which several succeeded Is
convincing Judge Carter that thedr
excuses were valid.
Court akaed to Order.
Promptly at 10 o'clock Judge Carter
took his seat upon the bench, sad
court was Immediately called to order.
Deputy sanders made return upm.
the special venire of 150 talesmen oep
dered by the court and the regular
ventre was composed of 4C. M. Cp..
Y J. WALTER KEHOF ington, IL E. Grahaip, Price, J. T.
V C. M. Jones and A. C. Slount. Jr., le Taylor, W. P. Brownsom, H. Lee B I,.
against WIUllam Fgsher wi. W- J. Etheadge i. C. c t...
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Dove Brand is pure, wholesome and delicious,
made from the finest malt and imported hops.
It is aged for months to prevent biliousness
and is sterilized beyond possibility of germ
life. No purer, more beneficial beer could be
had for the home, for all outings and picnics,
or on draught. Always cal for 'Gerst Beer,
made famous by the sunny Sout."
WM. GERST BREWING CO.
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PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.



TWO NE W RAILROAD


FRANCHISES GRANTED


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franchisee granted by this ordinance
shall thereby bind themselves to re-
lease the. Cty bf Pensacola from any
liability for' aby damages to them
whatever occasioned or arising by
reason of the adoption of this ordi-
nance or by reason of the exercise pr
enjoyment of any rights, privileges
and franchises which are hereby
granted, and they shall thereby bind
themselves to indemnify the City of
Pensacola against any and all liability
to which it may be subjected thereby.
Section 7. The tracks of the said
Railroad in all the streets above men-
tioned shall be laid and maintained
upon the grade designated therefore by
the City Authorities, except that
where no grade therefore shall have
been established by the City Authori-
Ities prior to the construction of thr
said road-bed, said grantee, its succes-
sor and assigns, shall have the right
to conform as nearly as practicable to
the natural grade of the lana', but in
all cases the railroad bed and tracks
shall be made to conform to the grade
from time to time thereafter estab-
lished therefore by the City Authorities
and upon all the streets heretofore
mentioned, said tracks shall be laid
and maintained so as to admit of the
free and easy passage of vehicles
along and across and on every part of
said streets.
Section 8. That the said grantee, its
successors ana assigns, shall keep and
maintain the streets between its
tracks, and for eighteen (18) inches
on either side thereof, in the same
condition as the City shall keep or
require to be kept the same streets ad-
jacent to the parts occupied by said
tracks and shall construct and main-
tain all necessary intersecting street
crossings over their said road-bed and
tracks, and whenever the City or abut-
tOng property owners on any of the
said streets shall improve, grade or
l'avp n an trept .or nart of street -lluon


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MERICAN QUEEN
oling is the vital point, and this is how it should be done: We use a system
\e pipjng, WHERE THE BEER FLOWS THROUGH INNER PIPES, SURROUNDED
BY LARGE WATER PIPES. It is then cooled in ammonia by the very same
process. No air touches it. It is protected evep' from the so-called
'filtered" air, and this is your sole safeguard. Hundreds of diseases
are traceable to a germ basis, and perhaps to germ-laden beer.
How is the beer cooled which you drink? Compare
it with our methods for your stomach's sake.

Acme Brewing Co., macon,. a.
Ramd our next advadmeMt on "Cleealnes and Stereilizln."

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Pi ae aSy street S tree, Or n oueth adgon or
Fo~a':ie!i- a;e the ordinances re- cast on Romana Street to Coyle Street, poses and to use the said ground for which said grantee, its successor antI
( appr,. ..:y M.-;'* B1i.-;, which grant p:er head line established by the IPensacola & Northeastern Railroad trackssigns,r anyll part thereof, the said -d k
tI r:.i .,...: ,, i:e.: bJ: which Pen-1 lnitd States Government: from the Company, its successors and assigns. rantee, or any parts successors andhe assigns and run, by oelctricty loco the right to convey to he Pensacola, one ai ra
taco:a (,;:s > .sccuire a: least one said Romana Street line down Donel-I the right to use for said purposes shall at the same time, or upon notice motives, engines 'trmi cars thereon, rAlabama and Western Railroad Cor- maintained -o as To a.i-"
.:. : I .:,Ai, of 'l- next twelve'son Street to said pier head line: from such ground jointly with said Pensa- given by the proper City Authorities, over, along, across and through the: pany, a corporation of Florida. its sue- an esy pa-aa-t o.
S.u'r. anl i.other insi3e of two' its said line on Romnana Street down cola & Northeastern Railroad Corn- improve, grade or pave the space be. following named streets, to-wit: cessors and assigns, a one-ha inte- across an
ca:" any street selected by it between Dol- pany, its successors or assigns, upo teen their rails and tracks and for Beging where a rrolongation in est in the lanl grantel by this Se-
elson Street and Pensacola & Perdido terms to be agreed upon by the gran- eighteen (18) inches on each side a sraigfht lino of Oliva Street would I lion, and in the use thereof for such streets.
AN ORDINANCE. Railnrad to the shore of the bay with tee herein, its successors or assigns, thereof in the same manner and with react the northern boundary of the: depot and terminal purpose', or to ar- Section 8. T;a: hi
An Ordinance Granting to the Pensa- the right to make spur tracks front and said Pensacola & Northeastern the same material as is used in im- City, and thence southward, to, along range with the Pensacola, Alabama & successor and a1::-
cc!.'. Alabama & Western Railroad the l!ne on the said street so selected' Railroad Company, its successors or proving, grading or paving the re and through said street, on the o east Western Railroad Company, its -maintan the stre ,- ,
Company. ils Successors and As- to and into any blocks lying on either assigns. mainder of said street, adjacent to the side thereof, to Main Street; also, frown. cessors or au-igns, for the joint ei n
si;nr. the Right of Way Through, side of said street: from its line at their Section 3. The right is reserved to said rails and tracks, and shall main- the intersection of I Street and Chip- of any depot and terminal falities a or ei
Over. Atong and Across Certain! intersection of Donelson and Cedarl the City to grant the privilege to other tain the same in good order anQ' con- ley street, along Chipley Street and erected thereon by the grantee. its side tnerof. in ."
Streets in the City of Pensacola andi Streets across Clubbs. Oliva. "B."' railroads to cross any track lain' on ditlon to the satisfaction of the proper Hannah's Alley, eastward to Spring successors or assigns, unon terms ,o as the City shall .
Certain Rights in and to Certain Alston and -C" Streets to McClellan the streets hereby granted and to pass City Authorities in accordance with street; also from a point: on the track be agreed upon by tho said grante-t. kept the .amd str,' .
Property in Said. City and in the Street and thence along McClellan and enforce such reasonable regula- the terms of the charter or ordinances on Oliva street, at or about Gregory its successor or a s.gns. and said plr;s occupied b,: a
Water Front Therein: 1 Street to a connection with the Pensa- tions and requirements as to the man- ot the City of Pensacola. Street, to a point on the track on Penaacola. Alabama & We."trn Rail- .,rall constiii a'l I :
Be it or..ainel by the Mayor and(cola & Perdido Railroad: from its linener of operating the railroad upon any Section 9. All transfers heretoforeor Chipley street, at or about D street; road Company, its successors or as- ,ry irterseci:n '*e
City ( -:'n of the Ciy of Pensacola, on Donelson Street eastward along of the streets or wharves and the 1o- hereafter made to the said Pensacola, and froen a point on Ch''ley Street, at'signs. tieir sail r :.)eld a:
Fla. !Cedar Street to Baylen Street: from aJcation and number (except as herein Alabama & Western Railroad Company or about D street, to a' point on thej Section 3. The right is reserved toi wh"nev.r the cit or a.,.'
Soc t,n 1. Th:' 'here be. and is point at the intersection of "I" and otherwise provided) of tracks thereon by H. I. Covington, A. Greenhut,,W. J. track on Oliva street, at or about Gov- 1the City to grant the privi ge to (ther owners on any of the -'i '
herei'y granted. To the Pensacola. Ala-1 Chipley Street eastward'along Chipley as it may deem necessary and proper. Forbes, A. M. Avery. H. H. Boyer, W. ernment street; also from a point on railroads to cross any track laid on improve, grade or pay.i !i
1a:aa &- Ws;trn Railroadl Company, a I Street and Hannah's Alley to Spring Section 4. Work on the main line A. D'Alemberte, Morris Bear and John the track on Oliva Street, at or near the streets hereby granted and to pas' part of street, unn w!
corporation of the State of Florida. its: Street: from a point on its tracks oni shall be commenced before the first C Avery, of any grants, rights, privi- the intersection of Chase street, to and enforce such reasonable regula- teeP. success ,r a- -
Fucces:)-rs and a.ssi~ns, the right of Oliva Street at or nearthe intersection; (1st) day of March, 1906. Failure to leges, powers, franchises or property and across Garden anl other inter- tions and requirements .s to the mai. construct thei- z;aid t.t' k.
may for railroad tracks and the right of Chase street to and across Garden comply with this provision of this sec- heretofore granted by any ordinance vetting streets, to a point on Hannah's ner of operating the rat lroad upon any par th ~roof, the sail :: t:
to own. construnt. maintain, operate Street and other intervening streets toI ton shall operate as a forfeiture of all of the City of Pensacola to them, their Alley, in Block Fifty-Seven or Block 'of the streets or wahiv-s and the i;o cossors and a-.signs, sre... a
and run. by steam or electricity, loco- a point on Hannah's Alley in block, the grants, rights and privileges grant- associates and assigns, shall be and Fifty-Eight, connecting with the track, cation and number (except as herei. tire. or upon notice g'.>:
2ioxlves. enein(s and cars thereon, No. 57 or block No. 58 connecting with ed hereunder. The work on the spur are hereby approved and confirmed, on said Alley, and fron: the track on 'otherwise provided of tracks therein proper Ciry airliorties. ..pr
Vver. alone. across and through the the tracks on said Alley: from a point tracks and wharf tracks shall be com- Section 10. That the Mayor and Hannah's Alley, at a point between Las it may deem necessary and proper. or p ave the space wwe-i :h.-:
tfoltowlngnamed streets to-wit: Begin- on the tracks on Oliva Street, at or pleted from time to time as the-neces- City Clerk are hereby authorized and DeVilll.rs Street and Coyle Street. tol Section 4. Work on ;ne main line ;ani t:ks a"'" for "i'kt" '
ring where a prolongation in a straight about Gregory Street, to a point on the; sites of business require. The road directed to convey to the grantee, its a point on Reus Street, between Gar-.of said railroad ah:w.., Pen-aco-a 'hes on tach with thereof iTn th
1!ne of Oliva Street would reach the tracks on Chipley Street, at or aboutshll be built front Pensacola in a successors and assigns, all the right, de Street and Intendencia Street, and Andalu s hall se 1omnn' e- aer and wih the e n
northern boundary of the City and "D" Street and from a point on Chip- northerly or northwesterly direction to title and Interest of the City of Pen. and thence down Reus street to the fore March 1, 1906. a!ure to comply as is t'l.d in i-proving, Mrali
thence soutthward to, along and ley Strpet at or about "D'" Street to aia point not less than sixty (60) miles sacola In and to all lots in the water pier head line established by the Uni- with this provision of the's Sectio' paving the remainder c i
through sai : street to the pier head point on Oliva. Street, at or about, from Pensacola before the first (1st) front of the said City embraced in the ted States Government; also from the shall operate as a forfeiture of all adjacent to the aid raia ai
line in the water front established by Government Street: from its line on day of March, 1907, and shall reach a grant covered by this ordinance upon northern border of the City where C. the grants rights an privileges and shah maintain the san-
the Unitvd Slates Government: Be- the prolongation of Oliva Street, cast-' point at least one hundred and fifty the payment by the said grantee, its Street touches tahe northern border, granted hereunder. The work on t. ,: a..d condition to the
giuning at the western l~rtirr of the ward through section No. 18 to and (150) miles distant in a northerly or successors and assigns, on or before down C Street to the intersection spur tracks and hart tracks shall h pre Cie tn .
ucty lnits at Poterson's Adi'tiion on along Jordan Street to the L. & N. northwesterly direction from the City Marcn first (1st) 1906, of the sum ot-with -he track to be consructed be- be completed from tiie to time ai orianc withn te
Eighth Stret:. thence to First Avenue, Railroad. And there is granted to the of Pensacola before the first (1st) day One Thousand ($K00.00) Dollars. The tween the junction of Gregory aind the ne-ie f b; r qui r naice.s of the cte
then. n'..rh from inters. cion of said granted, its successors and as- of September, 1908. alhtre to corn- said deed shall contain a condition Oliva Streets anl the J'inction of DGThe centre rod shall bic c,,peui sacoa.
First Avnu< and Eigh;h Street along signs, the right to make alk necessary pleto. within the time afteresaid, the that the title of said water front shall al Chlv Streets, unde anthrity e from esacola to sA alua a- Section 9. All trans -
First Avenue to Romana Street, thence connections between the said tracks construction of the said road to either revert to the City of tPensacola if the given in this Section; Also the right bama, on r before Sepember 1, 190h o hereafter made to sm P
upon the streets upon which they may: of the two (2) points thus named main line of the said road shall not to make all necessary connections be- and a failure to compicte the sam cola an I No-heaseru l .
be constructed. The right of way' shall operate as a forfeiture of all the be built from Memphis to Pensacola teen the said tracks uion the streets within the said time shall operate le pany by F. C. Brent C..
EYW~ft WA herein granted is intended to permit rights, grants and privileges granted within Four (4) years from March which they are constructed. a forfeiture of all the rigt and grants A. Chaffin, C. W. I a
double tracks upon all streets and to under this franchise. If any street, first (1st) 1906. upon which hear contructe afrf re of al
S. embrace the privilege of running spur not now under water, shall not be oc- Section 11. All ordinances and parts The right of way herein granted for, and privileges grant under t ofn an-, .a."
--- t-acks into the yards, depots and ware-; cupied for the purpose authorized of ora'inances granting to any person. a railroad is intended to permit double fran-chise. If any street not now he-esowers fran 'hi b
HOUSEHOLDERS CAUTIONED. houses of said grantee, its successors herein by the grantee, its successors persons or corporations any of the tracks on all streets except on Oliva under water er the :and on Spring herefore grant ~e..
and assigns, at such places and in or assigns, under the privileges here- tforegoing rights, privileges, powers. and Chipley Streets, and to embrace Stre t granteo for depot and terminal of the Cty lo Pr n~,
Disinfect Your Premises. such number as the City Council mayl in conferred before the first (1st) day franchises or property shall be and the privilege of running spur tracks purposes rhall not be oecuped for the asoct-s hr asslgn. : ,
To irsuro a healthful home an:i' pre determine, upon application by it or cf September, 1909, all privileges they are hereby repealed. into the yards, depots and warehouses purpose authorized hacin by the are hereby appr'. ..
vent sic-ness. purify the collar, clos them. herein granted shall cease as to any Section 12. The grantee. its succes- ofthe gramlee, its successors and a>- grantpa, it, s1ucce.sors or assign, Section 1. That he '.
ets, snk-l. drain.-. dusty or damp cor- Before the curves to the west of I such street. and said privileges shall sor and assigns, shall be allowed sgns. at such places, and in such under the privileges hieein conferrel. C ot a h: .
r s and cracks-rloks behind plumb. Oliva street, reaching from Oliva cease also as to any street, wharf or twenty (20) days from the passing ol number as the City Council may de-. before the first day of Seprumbe-, rt-ced ( convy .,) -
ing. and every- spot where disease Street to Chipley Street and the curve other property if the railroad com- this ordinance within which to file a ermine upon application by it or 1909, all privileges tr=rcin granted ucce sors an l a- i, ,"
germs may develop, with Platt's Chlo. from Chase and Oliva Streets to Han- pany shall discontinue the use thereof, written acceptance of same in the them. shall cease a r to any :-tchstrert or tte an] in.. .:t :'
r'des. 1 is an odorless, colorless nah's Alley shall be built, a plat there- for twelve (12) consecutive months office of the Clerk of the City of Pen- The west side of Oliva Street is re-,said depot and terminl proper-y ani (i': a ;l (iav
l:quid disinfectant, which destroys of. showing the location of all said after having made use of said street, sacola. if said acceptance is not filed .-served for a grant made concurrently, aid priviiogos shall cea.-e aI.-- ar to r. of aid ('i v ,:'.
foul oors:' and disease-breeding mat- tracks and the manner of construction, wharf or other property in the man- with the said City Clerk within said herewith to the Pensacola. Alabamaany street, wharf or other prop- tan covered ,'
ter. When diluted with ten parts of shall -be made by said grantee, its suc- rer provided by this ordinance, time all the grants, rights. and privi- &Western Railroad Company, its suc- erty if the granted, its s-ucceors "r e payment y '
nxater Oor heuscholi use, it costs less cessors and assigns, and submitted to Section 5. Nothing In this ordinance leges granted by this ordinance shall cersors and assigns. oaf fgns shall discontinue the u.e here.. M r. 1, and ,. ,
than 5 cents a quart. Sold every. and approved by the City Council. shall be construed to permit the con- terminate and the said grantee, its Before the curve to the west of of for twelve sec t : snd'l .iolars ....
where in quart ho:ttllc. Prepared only Whenever the construction of the struction of any tracks or other struc- successors and assigns, shall cease to Oliva, Street, reaching from Oliva after having mate use of sail street, '.. n ment ol r h, -' '
bY Hunry B. Plat. N. Y. 12aulw railroad upon the streets prescribed in turesuponany land held under an have any further interest or rights street to Chipley Street, and the curve r or id by ths inan City on or b
this ordinance will necessitate the valid lease or other title by any per-, therein. from Chase and Oliva Street to Hanr.er provded y ths nan. :m o un
making of angles upon which it is son or persons other than the said Section 13. Nothing herein shall be nah's Alley, and the curve from Han-: Section 5. Nothing in this ordinance t' make a nde to
inpracticable to construct tracks and grantee, its successors or assigns, construed as the assertion, or claim, nah's Alley to Reus Street. shall beishall be construed to permit :e ~o an t '
operate trains thereon, the said gran- from the City until the termination of by.v the City of Pensacola, of title, or illt, a plat thereof, showing the loca- struction of any t'a r" oter ,- f,'e describe <.' "
tee. its successors and assigns, are such lease or other title or the same claim, to any part of the propert.,tion of all said tracks, and the man. structures upon any la:',l hc'l urd.r twe n Garde: .:i j
hereby granted the right to construe- shall have been acquired' by the said mentioned and described, or referred nor of construction, shall be made by b y valid leasr or her ile h- an-; Thn. arl d' -'hal] con
the saiA lines so as to make the nec- grantee, its successors or assigns, by to, in the decree of the Circuit Court isaid granted, its successors or assigroe b erstn or persons otar than t;. sa'- t ...... of .-i.i .
essary and practicable curves and to purchase or otherwise. of Escambia County. Florida, signed and submitted to, and approved by grant its succ e o t o
tLat end to cross such m streets not Spetion 6. That the City of Pensa- Lv Hon. Francis B. Carter. Judge. on the City Coucil. from th City n! o : lie f he
grantingme ha e submitted to the City gr sity of Pensaa and E D Bn e wilecessitate purcha othrwi Section 11. A orn -
pLrovided that before s tch curves shallre. la in g ranting the ri t sv ps et ru i s ef ther or Ph e nsam.2 :,
be constructed maps or plants showing and franchises herein mentioned shall pending insat-i hC-urt wherein a.es railroad upon the -'treet. .pre'-cribe'i shall ntaeb een -r by h e eri
same shall be submitted to the City nabe held onlyt to grant such as it has Ha ths orinance w hesitate t.e u a
hCount! and approved uy it.h "the power to'grant and not as warrant-C"a making of angles unpo.iwhich It Pens- or or.. s r n
The east side of Oliva Street is re-ing the same or subjecting itself to Boykin Jones rnd C. M. Coston, Wa- impractmicable to construct tracks and Section 6. That he Cy of Peso ororra
The east side of Oliva Street current any damage or liability whatever that ter Front Commiionrs,are defend- operate trains thereon, the said cola in granting t rilit. priviles erns ori pr
The dsr.gner. who looks at- rwth o The Pemadeaconcurrent may occur oy reason of granting the an ts, or a e a serton of cla o rantee, its succes~ors and assigns and franchises heron men'ioed shall r '
ter the fiiinr of men of irregu- eastern Railroad Company, its success, same, and the said grantee, its sue-. tile orec. la_. of the roprty o are herleby. granted the right to con- e held only to grat h as it has rg, .to o-"' "_.a 1
lar siz. lis awake at nights- ors dasis cessors and assigns, by accepting the a. to any par-of the property mtn- struct t.he said lines, so as to make the power to rat *:i not a w.-- y repa
so he says- thinking out newightsor and a t there is herebyssigns. ne ad described or referred to, the necessary and praticable curve, ranting the same cr s'theeting irsel: n 1. The g
ideas io. propcrh- clothing granted to the sald grantee. its suc- m.,,neb ta o. ot, '. orida signed by and to that end, to croes such streets To an- omis or t oa tnit whatever c. -t (,) as fi- .
ShOrt sUt long-stout lon essors and assigns, all the right, title H is B. Carter, Judge, ontheiot name, herein as ay be neces-
lean and the short-lean man. and interest, of the City in ana to the 31st day of July, 1905. In the cause sar provided that be- uch curve heaeand the ratee, r ae
His patterns are perfectadebetween the shore line on the finding in sai, Court wherein Jameshall be onstructed, maps or plants o ctthe..r andI .egr ay ,,ep. 'rten ccpe ,

tout or extra-thin men may and between D Villiers Street on the The P..t 7th defenda. ra l tn tp sd gantee. its su any i any d a t them t
anbe sauit-te between. The 15.00 and South Oliva Street on the Approved AfgustJ 10th. 1905 .l!re an lh- r' e hateve- *",l-ln1- r .... by r;h-ela ,fc grande, by 'ht, or ""
and a prces between. Th west for the purpose of the constru CHAS. .1 BI SS, and irrst of te City in an to the on of the a,,ion o th ordinance or ternir.n, and :he .a.
brics are the newest and the tion of piers and warenouses and the This Fall. Attest: Mayor of Pensacola. spa he-cn the shp ? line on the byrca.sonof the c-xtr'!-e orenjoyint suec'esors ani Ssigni,
workmanship is perfect. unnninm of tracks thereon, and also B. S. BERNARD Clerk. north a- h' pier head lin e*tablis. o any ights. p.ivllegt and franchises e any ft th T It
Try us, please, if 'u hav an the right to build wharves on Oliva, smay do he -y t' Un' Sta(n-< rove.-nn a, v! rebyby h d rnte.- and they < re.n.
idea that .-ou cant be fitted. Donelson and Coyle Streets and to lay This mi le done A a hRIAC. ontSt -.I ir reet on the *I.al tceby lind themselves to in- Section 13. Nothing har -
tracks thereon as required by the busi- at little expense. AN ORDINANCE. stl, rr-, the on ,tie _ness of said road. The grant hereby ew wel West for t irpo of the construc- gny aUnd all liability to which it may by the City of Pensac A'
.made ann' the right hereby conferred framed pictures on Granting to the Pensacela A North- r, of pier. and war-hous-es, and the be subject thereby. claim, o any part of rh,- i'
are suhbject to the provisions of the the bare walls. eastern Railroad Company, its SUG-' ru-nni:. of tr,e'., t;:e:'co-. and als') Section 7. The tracks of the said tio'ned anrd 1 '--cribe'Il or : :
S P M o es e of te State of WE FRAME PICTURES JUST ceesors and assigns, the right of ,he right to build wharves on Retus Railroad in all the -stre- above men- i the db'Cr W Oret of the orida. gislature of the State o WE FRAME PITUR JUST way through, over, along and across Strae. and lay t--~l thern-on, a~t ti;nod Ibhal be laid and maintained Fscambia cnty. Fri .,
City of Pensacola. s AS YOU DESIRE. certain streets in the City of Pen- required by tihe busionr. of the sal 1'pon the srade delgnate, the.refor by iron. Prancis Il. Cart.r. :
--There is also granted to said gran- ;sacola, and certain rights in and to rad. The grant hIewby made, and the City autho-ities, excce.t that where S1st Iday of July. l9,',. :n
tet. its successor. and asslgns, the We carry a large certain property in said city, and in the rights hereby conferred, are sub- no gremde thc-efo shall havt been es- p-n1lng in saild Court whr.
H right to acquire from the Pensacola & line of moldl for *he Water Front thereof. ject to the provisions ot the Act o[ tabhlbhei by the City alirit'es po McCullough. J. J Sullivan
I North'-tern Ralroad Company, its the prpo'. Be it ordained by th Pe Mayor a, the Lbg-latu'e grating raid space to to the tracun of the said road- Q a re copainant n
uC ei<.srs an iassin a one-half (1% p City Council of the City of Peneo, the City of Pensacola. l bed, said gratai, tt suaeceors ani of Pensacola is defendant.
AS T IR interest in the land on Spring street be- -- Florida: .. There Is al-o grMtod hereby to the assgns s I] have the ri.ht to cn.-' Passed August 7th,. 1905
CASH CLOTHIER itween Garden and Romana 8tret; s, Secttion 1. That therw be, and Is srd granes. Its 6uccosors and as- ionn at afty prtiactlable to t.e Approved August 10th. 1!,-
'granted by the City of ,Pensacola to F. P ynL hereby granted to tha Pensacola & -gns for 0?epot and ti.rmlnal purpo- nftual taft tAland, but in all CHAl' '
Phone 297 -C. Brent, C. M. Covington. and their H OU Northeastern Railroad Company a sei, all the land owned by the City cafes the tal.rad bed at tracks shall I
esoeiates and asalg.s, and by them corporation of the State of Plorlda{weet of aw bordertag on Spring b- iie tC*tzo nas tt I rade froi A ttest: Mayor of
Co. Min and PldoxS t& ai ed a tranaferred to the Bid r is j.,a successor and assignS., rglx of SiStet, and lying between Garden and time tot O4ie1 -t bbedl B.- 8. BERNARD, Clerk
Pef eola & Nfortheasten Raldiroatjf wa y for railroad tracks, and the tght ltosama Streets, d the said atee, .aeref by ite Sauthories, ad
-hmay, for o an terna p. .- to own. c -ruct mata, ota ee at al l ]e re m The Journ:' Wat -\.


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We Keep the BEER purMe intead of the AIRM

As every one knows, beer is a saccharine product, and when ex-
posed, germs literally swarm to it, thrive, and multiply in millions.
This causes fermentation in the stomach and makes you bilious. Just
here we will state that germ infection is an absolute impossibility in






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THE PENSACOLA JOURNALt TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUsT 15, 1e0s


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.In ErUnIhUn^l Gentlmet DMI O rF WORKS




Ad P hases the esCess of- s Street Supeintendent Gines *, es
- o 2 S. d st Being De. For ne week, C m
rB !i riCOMPANY iS snviteyouto IN RE6UIR


e ott of the bv ery best that the
l td with B. M. best makers in the
Sp c W s ws hd yy country can produce.
Liht s l35ht 5, 75, ternou seon with all members present.
S. $1.00 and $1-50.
S' t- .i and ha.rchses the Business of as reet Supfrintendent Gingles Sheetng, Pi

So 0. Panyor on West COES BOOK STORE, Sud mitted Report of the F O
S neencen of the mindo num ernment. 235 So P ox St. Work Being Dom.
*-e o emfort of the body is 5 123 Phone.
'a undisputed. A new furniture company. hit Aree ul: .citi, t te heed bei Ev SPRE, foeke
will be incorporated with B. S A regular meeting of the Board ofthe Celebrated
Light sut. leht. neatt Go v me nd J. W. Bllard as the pri reoal o grbage s also dis- W E SP, 7 for ..
e stockholders. has been. rga 1.1n eo, tewitheall members present.
the low fashionable col- l so holder has been oranizede principal business of the session
ilk tie. a' d has purchased the entire stocikt !a Il Ticpri wa cia buin es o Sthe Superin1 zOU KNOW, A
:.. r .u end business of 0. s Pryor, who hasn The Leaders in was rece rpe
S oiofr- and our light, sea- e butn r -w II tendent Gingles a report of the work
un, lerwear will give i a I i b n for a numbe of done by his department in cleaningB -'- ^
ears, and who for te past three ow es Tdone his depart ment in dent WHITE MAR ILLE, 78x86, foin
eand body an idea of =o nub upEo est era y the city, the time covered being
Years has been o g business oi rm July 1 to Auiust 12. The matter o o WHITE SPREIADS, 80x86, for
S o GoverEnment street. Sole Agents for the celebrated of removal of garbage was also dis- CWHITE SPREADS, 72x6, for ..
:r~cr is reduced on all e-- (sed, and unless better satisfaction
:'' is red~.ed on all i The deal for the purchase of the ped of dring the above period, ws
Inr underwear. ock and busing e of s has been u. T MS s eed e onta s th te press WHITT PREADS, 78x90 for
SC. Goodma- for several days, but it was oenly HI tter and Other RepLrt of s superintendent. W T MARSEILLES, 78x86, fo
Sd during the latter portion o1 last week The report of Streert 1pereintendent. I
=,that it was consummated. Yesterday PAnos. iles hwingSthetnumerif oi 1 WHITE MARSEILLES, 80x86, f<


K WT :hc majority ownf the stock there will be r" pr onin7hesi showi the number loads of lay h 1
th er others aso ted them in the of weeds, cindtrs, garbage, etc., di CRIB SIZE SPREADS, fory
b arietors were busy taking a inven p osed of during the above period, was'
C Al rul !5^ ^.lSSW tory (if the stock, prei-aratory to tak- CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICES AND! submitted, and is as follows:a
-i T'lnsULBW i ing iiarge of the business. TERMS. Weeds, 620 loads; garbage, 22
W tc, T ein Mr. Solomon, who recently ---GAEORASA O loads; clay, 159 loads; lumbIer 42 1 . "
l. C. out his coffee saloon to White & G E O S A L ads G ballast. 330 loads cinder tr.
I I o O IllIIII r Co.. and Mr. Bullar who for years ha PRICES. 1.063 loads; sand, 219 loads; rok. Saef C S





LL lUL Mr. Pryor wl ether move to Ala- bete Ru a
baman in th loan business, are bue prin- C ttr Mu c Ho a Ilds; making a tots ; of 2469 loads. Sarf S e
Scipal stockholders and will own a 114 o St. f this numberG ert e wre haitled! by


~"m r the. st c kthe! Palafox to Albaniz street; constructed
S K I mjri of the stock there will be hired teams 873 loads of clay, Sfi loa.ls
Wchk vacar. Mnrctrhe so others associated with them in the of weeds, and three loal;s b. Nube
id Geeat s place p g firm. froteams. Continuing the report says:
p o erlon Sqt Pet eco M It is understood that the stock will IV II Roard Grading. A c
be h argely increased and various fa- "We hv gd N t .
SpecIa0 TOTheIbuing osGadsden. Gregory and Garden streets.
E E OD E. Deke. Mrs. W O. Butler a Jr. Mr. frsuilt one block of road labor o n nment






,,,. instead. r,,eurned frm a month's pleasure tripg o liBS Cha0mpleteg-It is on the rd03 days" WehaVe PleanedtStreets
RS Galliver. of Badad. withi North Carolina. d o e s Coyle
r. Pryor st Mr either mooe to Ala-
ama or engage in other business to N h oR between Reus and Deillier s Ptr et. going to sell as many more
. wok oand also on Government to Perdido
-c "'d wit h his c ompany e here. pointsara e-s deed Gregory fromavenue.
C ad 11. I. where she will spend talafox to Alcaniz street; constructed'
r i .T CHIP L[ieYs THEI c R ne a new block on Main, between Pal-'T
: uigley left yesterday for a National Bank during Mr. Bt- cost for the person; repaired Jackon OU S F
,k vacation up the sound. H e b from cla pit to DeVillier No h
n t w ated at Brwoka's place. n rnn T n n t c spring from Jackson to Gregory, andl
l dance announcedd to be givends ple. ug. s14-Mr. and MNrs N. C5 sperntendet on ithes on Je Ladies',
Sthe prof H. minent mi men who ve- f longand1 hs in cir- company to restrain the Florida Ra- on the report general
n iht. il btery wer ien at euference wih nine rButler. Jr..d r. person street, and hired labor on same
Sgtloral: B Greenw a d o.f, utto. was mpbell and Miss Flora haverd ordr amlounting to $200. Prisoners worked
W .instead. e Bar- ned fr. m a manthm's pleasure trip, a ts Been Compe ileted- I on the 03 days. We have cleaned streets
a w Galliver. of Bagdad. with inaNobrh Carolina. and ditches west of Palafox to Coyle
-',arn .-Culver Co.. of that place W 0. 'lar ter has left for a couple of rider f the Commisson t south on Main to Gregory and now at
i.- :I city yeter.lay on business weeks V' v eT rdion to North Carolina and a r e i work on Main and Gregory, also clean I INo
1.. -d with his conapan". other points. W reduce Notsen te P. & ould n e ain tT are]on wha
.-d with his company. other points. n c and later hng east of Palafox to Ninth avenue.
,r an dMrs. A. Fisher are the T- A Fo s kle is acting cashier of the RUuc rsenorcement oand south on Main to Gregory. The
iarent b of a fine icib bo mwho First National Bank during Mr . But cost or the feed of stock per bead YOURS F
es fa h rnine Of this sidersed absences. amounts to about $7.70."
at te nome : Wen iWhen the writer w g as in Marianna The testimony in the case of the The boare complimented the street
n e T mei days ago he saw a rattlesnake Louisville and Nashville Railr od superintendent on the showing made
:i. the proit Aie milen who w el. r fee long and 21 incehs in cir- company to restrain the Florida Ral- d on the report generally be
r. the city yesterday were Hsa e ference. with nine rattles and a road Commission from enforcing N s Complaints Read
i t. rf Florala: B Greenwood, of hutton. It was killed in a graveyard order to compel the company o to give remoe them a.
W w H .iernigan. of Pine Bar- near Mr. A. B. Lamb's log camp. Mr. a three-cent per mile rate on the P. A large number of written com-
: (.raves, of DeFuniak. anme brought tw to town in his wakon a A divion to passengers, has about Plaints from citizens in various parts
S amn on. who has been Thia is the second large snake killed teen o completed, having consumed of thae city aee read eand trge
: Ho'e- arrivals:. Bill leave yan. C. L. and Mrs. W .il n were Some months ago the cola mission e lasnte that the aedathge the Defe
ni .'. ol.y M where h i' 'the city yesterday, guests of r. issued an order to the railroad co- e se e aed heail .
N w. New rt ilson. pany to reduce Its rate on the P. & could not explain the reason why, as
witA da c -C. division to three cents and later he was alwas veRy careful, and a












. I as arpster.ot-iCLPEb L oNIloc. L roTahebiousamb dysppt marco- noticbe tummons d bwho hboar dn S Kahy ahdiAcontr c te
Asthma Sutffrers Should Kno Thithe railroad procure an nunton re- toned his men ry arcularly. Heng11
Hcoder rAte ha forty-slix de- r mley's Hoey and Tar h cur.i srain the enforcement of the said that he was willing to defray
*T .has'f.Y ,. .ia s n, a nd or hciel sna or th emnses ofnymemb o e
!. Y,'"-ra ht in w f-,he m ucipl many cases of asthma that were con sme. The present testimony is to he expenses would take the troublember of the
.:~ '. nil. Tde,-Of. t, n. sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues- ascertain the amount of apasnge r w h wh world tal the troue toI t
S".- e .-,inoan't were dis West T id St. Da enpto euseees. done over the division. and follow him while he was at work.
i '. or:.ued.one de- write s: "A severe cold eontraoted n order that it might be secured with- He state tat he ad e en a number oa
wri't; ers:o-A severiseicold-conttne edtecases refused to take weeds but bhad
d d fines twelve yrs ago was neslted until it out parties from various sections com- never s refused to take garbage; and
S,, in f,n. io finally- grew into asthma. The best ing before the court, C. E. Curry, of that his reason o refusingto take r
1in;. Sta*eE Marshal Thos. F. Me- medical skill available could not giva Nashville, was appointed ,g master of the weeds w as that he did not believe I
C-- t'-! -Oera for Washington. ni- more than temporary relief. Foley's the court, and he has examined about he was erpeoted, under his contract,
S.a .:. a. rul,,T'li T Aeemina Powell.' Hone v and Tar was recommended and ffty witnesses. to do so, and that it would be neces-
.- w-., a.;jged insanione fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me w H Hutchnson. of Nashville has p n more teams at a great
.-. an. who will be of asthma which had been growing on' represented th Louisville and Na"h- exarense in order to remove them alt. rat e taen s ina e on5 o t the
; i*.a'm ior tra-atmentr j me for twelve years, an if 1 had taken -ille. and Judge 1. Emmet Wolfe the ees e in o t rove the all.
i T. nit r.ar *;i. nav iard. 1: at the start I wo'lld have ben railroad commission. The pay has fa at the major had stated through n Whit
-:. Ho-el arrivals B W savd yea1e o suffeng." W. A. taken testimony in Pensacol Tl the newspapers that the garbage con- Other Defendant S. H. White
P' i^Punak 1 H Collinscitv r.Alemberte. druggist and apothecary. hassee, St. Augustine and Jackson-, Faile to ^^ ^ ^
SvIlle, placed In boxes or barrels. Fa)160 to Appear.
1 Jk -:.T n Re I. H. L. ^ON WAS IN PARTIAL On motion of Mayor Bliss the board
1 .'.* 1i' S C T Carpcnter.Lex- ECLIPSE LAST NIGHT. They Appeal to Our Sympante. declined to give Ridley three days
-- K A 0 racer anti son. --- sou? The two casTh in ahich arrests were
r J S j h.s ty: Lt F as t Tn h m psteies. There is not one oef them should not be abrogated. A meeting nlade for selling cocaine In the city.
; :'. R Yi. Kh.. citv:; W-. ias night. and for a number of hour' w^ mav note cf the board will be caled Friday a f e cominicital
'* i;.* >un. an-l wite. city; B. many persons in different sections of hoeewh may not be nbu t ht and a number of persons who were ed i t c T unt
*LiverIt was first noticetaable s ?nvig-wil be smmoned before the board. siding. Sidnvy Kahn and A. S.\ hie.,
t;.r lower section being covered by a rate the stomach and liver and and if the complaints are proven the both of whom were arrested Saturday
W u, Rib!ion ljmnan and crark spot, and this continued to in- bevalco ntract wIll be cancelled.
rae's ant r:ve nur dle-crease in size drring the night. rulate the bowels. For sale by all ^ ^ ^ -S ^ ^ wurk of the dr T
-. '. ar anilla Take lesf n' offie onve rson ca ll ther Teho e to u cal gl the contract for the balance of thhe such that the parties placed under ar-'
an- Vania Takes less na' ofice over the Olephone to call -ear which ends with the month of ,.^ were not aware of thp fact tndt
*'- j attention to the eclipse. BOARD OF m i TROLI December. In each case 'he partierstwere not aware of thef
~rMJU" vU II^ L ere willing to accept the contract, tnere wa .n .or ,n -o .,, ,


EW M T -... LN rh-e---ameamundfor the same amount paid Rldley, city authorities to loo after tuu's uu.-
IS IN JACKSONVILLE which is $225.00 per month, and they imess. an aso rest, according to,
were willing to cart away all weeds the testimony, the stuff was sold to'
s well as garbage. negroes who were working as tools
The Board granted a leave of ab- o0 the police.
NEW M ETHOD LA UNDRY, MET YESTERDAY TO CONSULT scnce to Jeff Spottswood, foreman of After the case again9t Mr. Kahn
I. e. tae4wt .ei rb Ne. N In.k ~, Fl.- WITH ARCHITECTS REGARD prisoners, for fifteen days. Mr. had been heard, he was fined $25 and
S. t rct. .ataW. ne"e,. II WITH ARCHTECTS REGAR Spottswood will spend his well earn- costs by the recorder. There was
ING UNIVERSITY ed vacation across the bay. som surprise manifested when the
name of S. H. White was called and
BUILDINGS. he did not appear. He was employed
as prescription clerk for John Shep-
ard, who is not inthe city. and bas
||||O Ii Ie Jcksonvlle Time|- |n|on of YOU can get 'not been seer since Saturday. His
*...HOOTO N 'S PH A R M A C The Jacksonville Times-Unlon of cash bond of $50 was ordered for-
Monday says: The Florida Educa- STRENGTH f cited.
Lional Board of Control will meet in
OPEN ALL NIGHT his city to-day for the purpose of to stand Hot Weather LETOWNOF
consulting with a number of arch:-
LOWNEYV'S CANDIES. ects in reference to plans for the from MINETTE IS PROSPEROUS.
LOWNEYS CANDIEbuildings to be erected for the Uni-
Anoher shipment of Fresh Candies has just been re- versity of Florida at Gainesville. I Bay Minetle, Aug. 14.-There is a
cc,!v d-10-cent boxe-: to 3-pound packages. Several architects have visited constant increase in business here and
Gainesville and have carefully gone the sound of the hammer and saw isi


BRUSHES AND COMBS.
W\v have the preTtiES: 'i'.e of Hair Brushes in the city.
fr,,n. 2. cen. to $4 7t' Baby Brushes from 25 cents to
$2 of. We se;' the Unbreakable Comb. We mean by this
ha: ;f the comb breaks or is unsatisfactory, you get an-
o'her one free.
ORANGE STICKS
i eenTs. Ro~ewood. 10 cents; Ebonled, 10 cents; Pearl,
27. rents.
HAT BRUSHES.
.lu; *he thing for81k Hats. They are notboy, neat and
cheap
MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY
PHONE 1100
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVElKY.
A -.. .


over the new site for the university.
They have conferred with the mem-'
bers of the board as to what was
wanted. and it is believed that some,
oi them at leas will hare plans or out-i
lines of plans to present when the
board meets to-day.
It is understood that the board is
to meet at the City Council chambers, :
but this has not been definitely decided
uron. There will be a number of peo-'
ple from Gainesvllle present when the
board meets to take an interest in the
proceedings.
The Board of Control consists of
AY. P. Bryan of this city. president;
A. L. Brown of Eustis, P. K. Yonge
of Pensacola, Nathaniel Adams of
White Springs, and T. B. King o Ar-
cadia. All the members of the board
are expected to be present at the met-
Ing to-day.


FOOD COFFEE
Trial is proof.


heard from early morn until nignr.i
There are at present five buildings
under course of construction, includ-
ing one for the postofflce. This build-
ing is being erected by the postmaster.
An inspector is here to-day for the
purpose of fixing the compensation
for rent. On the first of January this
cfice was placed in the presidential
ciass and the government pays the
rent. The salary was fixed at $1100.
On July 1 it waa increased to $1200
A comparison of the months of July,
1903. and July. 1905, shows exactly
50 per cent increase in business of
the office. The railroad and express
show about the same increase. The
merchants will early all testify to
an incre3ee of practically the same.
jad one merchant can boast of about.
-one hundred per cent increase in busi-
aV.s,

'".-'." .. ll ir '..- .-, ..


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n. TD TatsonQ


rCIAL. SALE OF



.hold Linens,

ow Cases, Towels, White Spreads,

nencing Monday, August 14th, at 8:30 A. M.

eper in and Around Pensacola- Should be
Interested in this Sale.

rONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE.


.. ...65 CENTS CREAM GERMAN DAMASK .. .....29 OENTS
.... 85 CENTS CREAM GERMAN DAMASK .... ...39 CENTS
.. ... .. ..$1.15 CREAM GERMAN DAMASK, 72-incr .69 CENTS
....... ..$1.35 CREAM GERMAN DAMASK .. .... .85 CENTS
r .........$2.50 BLEACH DAMASK, full line, ranging
r .. .. ..$3.00 in price from ...... .. ...25c to $2
...75 CENTS All to go at Reduced Prices at this sale.


id, Hemstitched and Emb. Scarfs and Squares.
18x27 to 18x72. Squares, 8x8 to 55x54.


y Ribbons,


White Grounds Emb. in
Colors, Extra Special, per yd.


25c


SHOES. We have sold many pairs in the last two weeks and we are
e next week. Price is no object-they must be sold.


s Shirts,


Strictly $1.00
See Window,


Values, No Seconds, 6L
This Sale Only 7C


n's and Boy's Bathing Suits, For One
Week At Cost


ke Advantage of This Special Sale ?


OR BUSINESS,


?RUEEN & WATSON.


YELLOWFEVER I Professional Directory.
YELLOW FEVER I"^" -
DR. R. G. BUCKNER,
Need Have No Terror for You. SPECIALIST
EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT.


Bosso's Blessing
to Mankind
IS THE ONLY POSITIVE
PREVENTIVE AND

c40J tr.


ONLY 50
SOLD AT


BOSO


CENTS PER BOTTLE.
NICK APOSTLE'S RES-
TAURANT.


Manutactured by
MEDICINE MANUFACTUR-


ING COMPANY,
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


Walter S. Hooton,


General Dealer in


Bicycles, Bicycle Sundries

and Fittings.
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.

Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type.
writers, Guns. Pistols. Locks and Um-
!rellas repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
ets., sharpened.
Most complete line if keys in the
city.
Try Hooton's Messenger Service
when in a hurry to send messages.


12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 1133.
_____ __I I


*1


PENSAGLOA STEAM
DYEINS, OLAHESIN AND
PRESSING OL.UB.
U North Palafox
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
SERVICE.
WORK CALLED FOR AND
DELIVERED.
MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR
PRESSING, $100 PER
MONTH.
PHONE, 673.
SL. REEBE, M. E WHITE,
Proprietor. Manager.


!


Office 7!/2 S. Palafox St.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.

PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
AttorneyatLaw.
Room 405 Thlesen Building.

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

J. P. STOKES,
Attomrnyand Counsellorat La
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice

GEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room 500 Thiesen B'ld. Phone 784

WELSH & SMITH,
DENTISTS.
Fisher Building, 204/2 South Pahaf"l
Street.
PHONE 525.

DR. JNO. B. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, I.



DR. YATES

will be out of town

July 30th to be ab-

sent until August

22nd.


GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL%
M. L. GONZALEZ & CO, Preos
Maamu turers
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEED.
Bay jarw mes and stock feed ft
the home manufacturer. moMWa..r
boss industry, ealribote to M
laor, sad lera e yor 7 mosy t"ft


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Five MillioN llars from Seattle
Delivered to Philadelphia
Mint


I a- lW... 1 I I W Iet g .e ;' The Philadelphia Ledger say:
Carefully guarded by a force of trust-
rs a l at all Me- Olj ed men, armed with loaded Winches-
Ster rifes, nearly $5,000,000 in gold
TH ONLY psACOA NEWSPAPR FROM WHICH A T L bullion arrived here on Tuesday from
Seattle, and i, now securely stored
CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. away at the United States Mint, where
Sit will be made into coin as fast as
O1ae --l-8 eat 11 M me required. So secretly were the move-
ONOuB No.1ments of the shipment of the precious
U-Op W 8, r:etal guarded that no one but em-
--- ployes of the express company and
mint knew of its transfer across the
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1905. city, and it was denied yesterday at
the mint that the gold had been re-
_GOING AWAY- ceived.
GOING AWAY? thcetyfo yur----- The hundreds of gold bars were
When you leave the city for your stored away in four express cars,
smumer vacation have The Pensacola RELIGION ON which formed a special train from St.
Journal follow you. Notify circula- Paul to this city. The shipments was
tion manager, Phone 38. A HOUSEBOAT made through the Adams Express Co.
over the Pennsylvania Railroad, and
COL. 0. T. GREEN, In The 0 the train arrived in Broad street sta-
Great Yellow Fever Ocala Banner. tion early Tuesday morning. At the
Epdemics f the Past.* doors of each car stood two guards,
ofpldemiCS o the Past. ****e ******...* each with a Winchester in his hands.
,Tbose who may be inclined to think They received the gold at St. Paul
'ha h il Eight or ten miles from the mouth from the Northern Pacific Express
that the present yellow fever situa- of the Withlacboochee river in Florida Company, which transported it from
tion in New Orleans is assuming un- ships are loaded with phosphate rock Seattle.
reasonable or alarming proportions for transportation to Europe. These The guards who accompanied the
Svill do well tc make a few compari- ships are loaded from barges, towed big shipment did not rest from the
sons of veilow fever epidemics in the out from the river by tugs. The trans- time the train left St. Paul until the
fer from the barge to the ship necessi- express company had received re- C
past. states houseboats for the stevedores. ceipts from Director Landis at the Mr.
The Birmingham Age-Herald has About a year ana' a half ago, when n.int. When the gold reached Broad include
gone to some trouble to procure fig- the enterprise was first inaugurated, street station the train was side- The J
ures showing the effects of the old- during a heavy northeast blow one of tracked in the rear of the express,
pidmic, a whe the are the houseboats went adrift, the mas-1 company's building, in Market street,
time epidemic, and when they are ter stevedore being on board the shipl west of Sixteenth. A force of em-:
held up in comparison with the pres- at the time, and nothing but a crowd ployes carried the gold bars from the'
cnt situation, the latter aught to as- of darkies on board the houseboat. cars to wagons in waiting, and then
sume. from a comparative standpoint The other day while at Port Inglis, the trip to the mint at Seventeenth
at least, a most reassuring aspect Withlacoochee river, I met the old and Spring Garden streets, was made.
at least, a most reassuring aspect cook of the houseboat, who was on An armed guard accompanied each
The Age-Herall1 says: her during the storm, and he dscrilb- wagon, and a messenger officially de-
The present yellow fever visitation eC the involuntary voyage as follows: livered each wagon load into the cus-
has lastie.l in thle open a month, and "You knows, cap'n, dat wuz de tody of the government officers.
probably in reality two. if not three, wickedest lot of men dat eber put o'ey The run from Chicago to this city
mon;!ts. andi ye- the number of deaths foot off'n dry lan'. I wuz de onliest was made in fast time. although with-
stood on Friday night last at 6 o'clock j eretigurnu party aboard dat craft. cut incident. Few railroad employes
-t 133. Such a mortality is not a bit D)?re wuz moh cards, mob dice, moh other itan those in charge of the train
rlarming if the figures of mortality in whiskey an' sich, dan you eber see in knew the contents of the cars. Stops
previous New Orleans epidemics be yo' life. An' dose niggers, when dey were made only to change locomotives
considered. The epidemic of 1878 wvusn't sleeping' an' working' dun nuffin' nd to take water. Where curious
killed 3.77 persons in New Orleans but play cards an' dice an' cuss. persons crowded about the train and M t
aod 5160 in Memphis. This was the "When dat blow cum up an' dey all asked what was in the cars the guards
last great outbreak of the fever in this thought dey wuz gwine down to do. assured them they were only taking
country. In September, 1897, a slight bottom ob de sea, Lawd Ermighty,: care of "fast horses," and few learn-
wave of fever was begun at Ocean chile, how dev did git skeered! Dey e of the great value of the train.
Springs, Mississippi, finally spreading kum to me and ley say, 'Uncle Ben,
to Montgomery. It came very late in ain't yo' dun 'sperienced 'ligion?' I HARR IM N MS
the season, and its victims were not said, 'Sho.' Dey said, 'We want yo' HARRIMAN MAKES state
numerous. ,to kum an' pray fer us.' An' I tole the
In 1867 New Orleans had an epi- 'em dat I didn't much want to pray FFF ROF relat
demic which swept away 3107 lives: for 'em, it wouldn't do any good, dat * 0 relative
in 1858 one that resulted in 4845 I done had my idees 'bout 'pentance., cclnpal
deaths; in 1853 one that led to 26701 But dey 'sisted. an'. 'sides, myself, I .. took tl
deaths. and in 153 came the greatest, a'idn't feel as tho' I'd like to be 'lone By Auocited Pres questi
of all epidemics in the history of the wif all dose people on board if I wuz San Francisco, Aug. 14.-The Ex- are a
Crescent City. The death list footed gwine down. so I went. and dar wuz aminer says to-day: ested,
up 784'. The epidemic of 1878 was the all dem niggers dar in de cabin.' Since the arrival of President Ha- zed Ino
sreveres the country has ever known, When I got in, dey said: 'Oh, Uncle, r:man of the Southern Pacific Conr- ISomn
for it swept over an extensive district, Ben, do pray for us po niggers!' So pa:n. in this city, it has become known have go
resulting in 65,576 cases, and 14.809; commenced prayin' and exortin' tat he has offered the Keotucky au- a no
deaths. d m. an' dev t'rew de cards overboard, thorities $48,00 to settle the tax dlb- the sil
dI those days no one knew anything an' oy t'rew de dice overboard, an' pute of the company with the state membe
ab out -ie insee' disseminator of the (y vt'rew de whiskey overboard (all and with Jeerson county, n which will he
(is.ea.s. and n stepss were. thereforere, "cep'n some I sabe fer niyse'f in case louisville is situated, and in which to dise
taken to keep mosquitoes from fever we didn't go down) an' I prayed wid the company maintains an office. Landri
patients.. itz ..read was theriore un-; dem niggers an' sung wid 'emn, an', The claims state that the county is the Es
cheekel. I' vwn: where it pleased. tried fo' to sho' dem dere duty, an'! due for unpaid taxes amounting to compa1
or rather where the mosquitoes laden dey done 'pent all dey sins an' sung $1.857.902, for taxes between 190(o s the
with the poison desired to go or were 'Glory Hallelujah,' an' one ole preach- an.i' 1905 inclusive. captibet
carried in cars or boats.r he done i bk in e fnclus captain
This year experience and observa- he (lnex gits bk in w rew de Mr. Harriman claims that all taxes Amo
Ths year experience and observa- De ex' morning' when we t'rew de up to two years ago were paid to their in
tion are being applied, and the fight le dummy engine' wid de cable to it he then state auditor, and that the are S.
oi the next two weeks will demon- out fo' a anker, an' deg got dere fishing' present auditor, A. B. Jones, is de- Jeanne
state, let us hope. tne helpfulness of lines overboard an' de fish 'gin to bite. andng ta di tor is e- Jeanne
science. The marine hospital service dose niggers all done fergit dere wuIz a vious regime. J. R. S
iz hopeful. It proposes to leave no any such thing as 'ligion' an' Marse regme
s.one unturned towards the crushing Alfred found us wid de tug dere J. Grah
way, and the next two weeks will de- 1oa;n' but me. W. WB
cde the issue. There *is certainly "An' I knows dis, de nex' time I gits 1 5 a Bog]
room for the hope that science will: lowed out to sea wid a lot of scatter- l.
anticipate frost in New Orleans this mellous dat I'se gwine to let 'em Total o. C.
season. IA f'T"'rA and. M


Whether science will be able to
absolutely anticipate frost in New Or-
leans or not. the fact remains that
science is now controlling the spread
o fthe disease almost to a mathema-
tical certainty and the great differ-
ence between the present situation
and those of preceding years is In At.
self a perfect vindication of science's
claims in the premises.

If your name is not in the list of
qualified bond election voters, you
bare until to-night to ind out why it
Is not there. A"ter the council ap-
proves the list at to-night's meeting
It will then be too late to rectify any
mistakes that may have occurred.


uorwn, Io i prays io ue salvacution
of dere souls an' bodies ergin."
OFFICER NEEL FIRED UPON 1 8 7
NEGRO SUNDAY MORNING. 8 75


Police Officer Neel fired upon a
regro Sunday morning when the lat-
ter would not halt when the officer
commanded him to do so. The officer
was passing along tRst Romana street
going east from Tarragona, when he
saw some one leap a fence and start
down the street. He commanded that
he halt, but the negro. instead of do-
ing so, started to run. The officer
fired three shots at the man, but none
of them took effect.
The negro went into an alley, where
it was very a~rk, and made his es-
cape. The incident occurred about 3
o'clock in the morning.


Help For July

Large Universities uJ
July
Sy Profsor COLDWIN SMITH July


C IE thing now most urgently needed in the sphere of higher
education is help for the great universities. The small uni-
versity, however good its management, however strong the
attachment of its alumni may be to it, CAN HARDLY MEET
THE'NEEDS of the present day.
Formerly. when only classics and mathematics were taught, a lim-
bted staff sufficient for teaching and the contents of a few bookcaes
were an adequate outfit. Now that science, practical as well as theo-
retical, is taught and the university has become, instead of a gym-
anium of culture, AN EMPORIUM OF KNOWLEDGE a very
lqge staff and very expensive outfit are required.
THE GREAT UNIVERSITIES ARE EVIDENTLY FEELING TMl
FINANCIAL STRAUl


COPIES


or an average



DAILY


The following figures show The
sacola Journal's circulation for
day during th3 month of July,


with the average number
daily:


1
2
3
4
5
6


July 7
July 8
July 9
July 10
July 11
July 12
July 13
July 14
July 13


4,250

4,250
4,250
4,250
4,50
4,25
4,500
.. 4250
4,250
4,250
4,250
4,250


July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July


Of cc


Pen-
each
1905,
opies


4500
4,200
4,500
4,425
4,200
4,300
4,450
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,350
4,600


Total for tle moth .....112,875
Average Per day ...........4,341
I t ereby certify that tha above state-
ment Ls correct according to the rec-
ords on file In this ofe.
PRIED A. SWEET,
Circuation Mgr.
Sworn to and subscrtbed before me
this 31st day of July, 1905.
J. P. BTOKsB.
HoayPahla.


Brown
SON O


San
Sanger
M. Pull
buggy
and sus
may di
the jai
part of
has no
whether
sion of
fracture


Secretary Taft Arrived

In Phi


(4ppines Yesterdoi


Vior. To be sure,
ray bitr beer than no hair.
But why hane it gray, and thus
tel everybody you are getting
old? Keep kdarkand rich; make
ht looawd heavy.


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ARICATURE SK.ETCH OF SECRETARY OF WAR W. H. TAFT.
Taft is now making a tour of the Philippines, and his party, which
les Miss Alice Roosevelt, arrived at the Islands yesterday as told in
journal's telegraphic columns this morning.


ORGANIZE A



EW MILITARY



COMPANY

ng Will Be Held Wednesday
Iightiy the Young Men


of the Chy.
e the two local companies of
militia have been disbanded.
las been much talk in the city
e to organizing a new military
ly. t'he Chamber of Commerc.e
ie lead and began agitating the
on, with the result that there
large number of persons inter-
and it is more than likely that
more companies will be organ-
tbeenearf future.
e of the young men of the city
one so far as to solicit names for
company. They have secured
natures of over thirty former
rs of the two commands, and
)la' a meeting Wednesday night
cuss the matter. Capt. J. R.
im, who was in command of
scambia Rifles at the time the
ly was mustered out of service,
choice of the young men for
n.


PARKER TO HAVt

NEW PARTNER


JUSTICE HATCH RESIGNS FROM
NEW YORK SUPREME COURT
BENCH TO BEGIN
PRACTICE.

By Associated Press.
Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 14.-It is un-
derstood In legal circles that New
York State Supreme Court Justice Ed-
ward W. Hatch Is about to resign from
the bench to enter a law firm to be
kno.n as Parker, Sheehan & Hatch,
the other members of the firm being
former, Judge Alton B. Parker anm
William F. 'heehan.
It had been understood since Judge
Parker's defeat for the presidency
that he would form a partnership with
Mr. Sheehan, as they had tacitly
made all arrangements of this kind
cc.ntlngent on Parker's defeat. The
rew firm, it is said, will begin opera-
tions September 1.

TWO NEGROES

WERE KILLED


By Associated Press.
Cordele, Ga., Aug. 14.-Persons ar-
r!ving on the Albany and Norrhern


ng those who have signified train this afternoon bring reports of
intention of becoming members a shooting affray which occurred near
S. Lightman, P. Gebhardt, D. Cakfleld this morning in which two
tte, R. Petersen, D. Frater, 0. negroes were killed outright and three
her, Chas. Evans. Will Lewis, fr.tally wounded by a woodsrider
tinson. M. Saunders. J. L. King, raanea' Malafis. It appears that
aley, A. Lovendal, E. Wedmar, negroes attacked Malafis and he fired
ham. A. S. Roberts.,J. D. Myers, upon the crowd.
an, R. A. Brown, F. Guinot, W.
life, J. E. McGovern. W. King. Kltekems In the Troples.
which, Ed. Fenney, M. J. Floris, The kitchens of tropical countries
Burns, G. G. Rupert, J. Suther- such as are to be found in our Spanish-
4. C. Scott, M. Hauteman, H. F.: American lands, are like cells from the
and H. O'Connor. thickness of the stone walls-often two
F PULLMAN ,or three feet deep-and the projecting,
MAY DIE OF INJURIES. omnipresent veranda, which gives a
grateful shade and which looks out on
By Associated Press. a court. The cell resemblance is en-
Mateo, Cal., Aug. 14.-Walter: hapeed by the iron bars at the windows
Pullman, son of the late Geo. and the heavy double doors, which look
Iman, has been thrown from a' as f they could resist a siege. The
while driving in San MateDo walls are whitewashed, and the floors
stained injuries from which he are of tiles. The dining room is often
e. There i a severe injury to separated from this room by a long
w and another on the upper etairtase. Outside the kitchen In the
Shis head. but his physician court will stand table and closets to
t yet been able to determine supplement the scant furniture of the
r he is suffering from coacus- small, hot apartment with a furnace-
the brain or has had his skull ke fre
ed.


A Story of LI Hums Chanl.
In the diary of Sir M. E. Grant Doff
is a fine story of LI Hung Chang,
whose candor was never quite equaled
In this world. He was dining with a I
Swedish traveler.
"You come from Sweden." said the
great man, "don't you?" "Yes," was
the reply. "And what kind of country
Is Sweden?" rejolaed the other, where-
upon he received, as was natural, a
glowing description of its charms.
"Ah," he said. "that is very nice; very
nice Indeed. When I next communicate
with the ipperor of Russia I win tell
him to take Sweden"'
His Rate..
When a man longs to set his coun-
try's wrongs before an audience he
puts a high value on his time.
*What would be your price for a
talk on Russia?" the chairman of th
entertainment committee asked the
somber faced foreigner.
Seventy-nve dollars for tharee'g(
ters of an hour, $50 for an hour arq i
quarter. $20 tfr two hours." sat the
.Passisa.


MakIms as Old Pen as Good as New.
"My pen is spoiled, and I have nc
other," said the bookkeeper.
The machines happened to be in the
office, and be took the pen and held it
over the gas et for thirty seconds.
"You can make an old pen as good as
new," he said, "by holding it over a
flame like this for half a minute and
afterward dipping it In cold water."
He dipped the hot pen in cold water
as he spoke, and it istled slightly.
"Now try it." he said.
The bookkeeper tried the pen and ex-
claimed joyously. "By George, it's as
good as new agala."
Two mpre.sve TQetstfonm.
Some sentences ar lie autographs,
you feel that they must have been writ-
ten by these people; no one else could
have written them.
Seh Is this, by Talleyrand: "To sue-
Oee4 In the world It Is much more nec-
A4ry to pmsess the penetration to ds-
eorr who is a fool than to discover
hb I* a clever man."
SAnd Npoleon's character Is drawn
fatl leln In thib seotetlom .rms
-AMthsOW MasmWaad dr wAssAW


-1 1


N No. M03.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cahier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry L. Covington, S. J. Fohee.
J. Peier. M. Avery,
J. M. Pfeifer. W. H. Milton, Jr.,
Bryan Dunwody, O. E. Maura,
Frank -leilly, W. L. Cawtho-,
*. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'NeaI.
T. F. McGonrin, Dr. W. J. Hanrni4.
F. E. Brawner, McKenzie Onrti.:,
C. W. Limar, Alex McGowin.
J. R. Saundtrs, C. M. Cov!n- :>1.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Soaicte,
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


WM. H. KNOWLES, President. W. K. HYER. JR., V.-I'ros : a ..
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, AsAt. L..;.



FIRST


NA TIONA L BANK,

of Pensacola, Fla,


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

W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCIHAIE BOUGHT AND SOLD


We draw our own Bills of Ex-
cnange on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countries.


Vessel disbursed upon the Most
Favorable Terms, and their obil.
gations taken Payable at Port of
Detination Ten Days After Vei
sel Arrives thee.


Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters.


Savings Department-Interest Paid on De-
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.


L. HILTON GREL PaZsDJasT. T. X. WXLLUE. Virca-PruIDsT
B. M. AIsffNrLL, UASaBIK. MANSFILL" JMORENO., Asr. CuaU,
Citizens National Bank,
of Pen.aco a. Florida.
Geo.W Wnght, Morris Bear, T. W- -
B11Rx M. Robinson. L. Hilton aGr-n.
A J.ENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
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J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFEE, C_.-.A r
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
Director-L. J. Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. QeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFUL SOLICITE?
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Steam, Dcmestic, Anthracite A
and Blacksmith O L
Office-No. ;3 South PiJaf street. Telephone, 93.
Yards on Zarragoesa and Gonzales streets. Phone, 6.


Orcer rouwr
IICE, COAL and WOOD
frem the
Consumers' loe and Fuel Company.
Offce-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259


UNIVERSITY OF THE LET US FURNISH
STATE OF FLORIDA. YOUR
Embracing the following subjects:
I. Language and terature-A fou. I E C
year course leading to the degree of I
Bachelor of Art4, Greek is not re- I ING UP
quired, but is offered as an elective
throughout the course.
II. General Science-Divided intj o I WIeam f
threat courses; 1. Chemical course;
Mathematical course; Natural History PHONE No. 11S'
course. No Greek and only entrance Corner Zarragossa and Ta--"
Latin is required in these courses. All CREAM DELIVERED N
four-year courses. QUANTITY.
III. Agrtculture-FoUr-year and two.
year courses. -.
IV. Ennlepr:ng-Four-year couria
in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical LEIAL IVEITISEMEN
Engineering. lso two-year course
in Mechanics NoiJatIn or Greek is!
required n I II. o IV. The full course In Escambia County Cir '"
under II., li and IV. lead to the de- of Florida, In Ch.:
agree of Bachele? of Science; the short Franklin vs. Dorsey Fr
courses to a Certlflcate of Proficiency.
V. Pharnacy-A full two-year course n o y the th
to be begun in September. 1906. ber, A. D. 1905. the def-.'
VI. Nornmal--Tree courses for Franklin, is hereby requi-
teachers: A oe- tar course leading t to the bill filed against
a certicate. AIthreeqes course lead-
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Aern A etcm petent tesch- published in sad Escambia
includag b=U $120 to $150 per year. [eal] A.M. MMlII.
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the family of Williams and with tlat
CL his wife as well. .
SThe Jury boe x was full at 4 p. m., M
P AU L and after a constatin f attor ey
the state challenged Messrs. Johnson.
8 PAIN l PERIODS |and Daw. D. B. Steel, of XMDavid;
SIwas then called and accepted by both. he he rgemns of malaria eter the
Life often seems too long to the woman who suf- sides. blood the ente hah i a ected, and
H.s from painful periods. The eternal bearing- o Chesut hadl f dme W Kd pia d Jcro hr o
c n, headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness, and were therefore disqualified to iSplot hi and Feer,
Izziness, gaping, cramps and similar tortures are r v e. ho I troubles manifest thema lives, and
Cro, w resides 6 miles west, the entire system is undermined, leaving
dreadful. o make life worth living, take of enaola, ha known the defend- the ffee pey to a mot
ant ever since he was a child andii weak and nervous condition*.
was acquainted with defendant's
family. He had formed no opinion. 18 W. Market St., Louisvil ], I. .
could give a fair and impartial trialI e ort yearsI e h I. Buffberedw to ithrove
a a ,odeve,-4-". W -eAssembleTo-night to Approve
and was accepted by both sides. Tho lytem and each summer for
jury box was now full aain and deL- tr o ea rel I oIst d Voters for Bond
yelUe, after further examinatioa Ust of Voterts for Bondl
nsea after further examati bottLaes; this was about .La
om an's Re ef dF. C. Brent, who was there-i e ano. tetirely ur" mme., and Eiection.
I eton excused. ll tsoule uee.troldao ine. am
i' ww sure no other inen would haveitven
S. W. Cobb, a marine engineer, wa( ae so oo thompl im eta .
Tt quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and en- challenged by the state and excused' na I L4canotpeaktoohhlyeft The City Council Will meet in special
.* ^ *thD.K IDefense then called Mr. Graham 5g i.5. or a e eruption o the kia, an session to-night, and it is also prob-
~I en~ed y thou called Mr. Graham,, rupdon of x hi. kiz 8.j
richeS the bood, strengthens the constitution and who. after being again examined, re-i generalrun-do' aditionofts ys. able that there will be a meeting heli
permanently cures all diseased conditions from which I turned to his place in the jury box. botao e, hehUetto e to*morrow night.
n r only to be premtorl challenged y The meeting to-night is for the pur-
weak women isuffer. the defense a few minutes later. poe of approving the list of persons
It is matchless, marvelous, reliable. J. Pierce. of Muscogee, had a 8. S. counteractsand drives all the who are qualled to vote in the special
At all druggists' in 1.00 bottles. ed opinion and was therefore d poison from the blood and build t election of Agust 22, when t will be
Aaln 1stmaalied. btn y its ^ne purifinfgn qu- decided whether or not the city is to
J. R. Wiggins. of Pine Barren, an- Itles and tonic effects. It -re n be bonded for public improvement:
WRITE US A LETTR "I SuInD G A.T, .swered all questions to the apparent eepart, inches t appetite, hep purposes.
the otomrac and digestion, and bvup- The list of persons qualifleg' to vote
tfr[ y and frankly, in strictest confi- writes Mrs. L. E. Cevesger, of Belle- satisfaction of the attorneys and wa.' pin the body with rich, pure loo, e list o e q t o
S*. .in us all your symptoms and -view, N. C., "at my montiy periods, given a place in the jury box only to Nr i and all it disagreeable i- as published in The Journal, will be
r..^ We will sendfreeadvice (ia all my Ufe, bat the Afrst bottle of Car- I e peremptorily challenged after the ments. Unlike submitted and approved. Parties
S-li inCLed envelope). Address: La- duil ave me wederful relief, and now defense had accepted the panel an:;, i mostbloodmed- whose names did not appear upoi
S-. Adv-sorv Dip-t..ThrCbhttaooga I am in betterhealth than I have been withdrawn the acceptance. icines S. S. this lit and who might desire to par-
-ane Co., Chattanoega, Tenn. i for a lowg time." J. E Hubbard was challenged for rely vege ticipate in the special election may-
I--^ ~cause and D. J. Trobrick, who follow ble. Itdoesnoc make their complaint at this meeting.
Sd him to the stand, was disqualiled. contain a pa. and if the council finds that their'
Shaving formed a fixed opinion. PURELY VEGETABLE. ticle of mineral names should appear on same, they'
James T. Godwin was accepted by of any kind to will be placed on the list.
Sboth sides an. the panel was again disagreeably affect the stomach, diges-
JU RORS C HOS N ndered by the state, the tender be- ti6n and bowels, but by cleansing and Nothing oh the Market Equal to Cham.
ing Immediately withdrawn and W.I strengthening the blood, putsevery pan Berlain's Colic, Cholera and
O T H Mayo challenged. of the body in healthy condition. Book Diarrho*a Remedy. t
N. Crabtree was acquainted with othe blood and any medical advice d This act is well know to druggis
T T W ILLIAM S the defendant, his family and hii sird without charge. everywhere, and nine out of ten will
wife's family and was challenged by THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlasta, h. give their customers. this preparation
the state and excused. W. H. Tharp, wh*n the best is asked for. Mr. Obe
(Con:Inu-d from FPirst Page) 'Donald to Millville. The subpoenas Jr.. and' A. C. Alexander were both Wimer, a prominent druggist of Jop-
S. ad been forwarded to the sheriffs of disqualified on account of having opin- A | I.n, Mo., in a circular to his customers,
raa-tr. D .lohtison H. C. Miller. Santa Rosa and Washington coun- iuns regarding the case. UL RKLAOL IN N W says: "There is nothing on the market i
A:.;--'r, drawn on the regu- ties. respectitly. Phil Jones. of Goulding, was ae- in the way of patent medicines which
-,.;..r w'a- not found. boing ab- Judge Reeves said, in this connec- cepted by both sides and the state FEVER CASES eqals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
i-.- r *:i. -t sate on a vacation. tion. that it was his desire to aid the' again tendered the panel. The de- sd Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com-
T T: inr e o.: he regular ve- "tate in every way consistent with the fense accepted the panel but immedl- plaints. We eell knd recommend this
frm srvng on full rights of the defendant, and thatately withdrew the acceptance and (Continued From First Page.) preparation," For sale by all dru-
S: of the i!nR' c. f hi.s witt. E i I- had no desire to appear in the pos- premtorlly challenged Mr. Wiggins. d(ots, s
r va: aiso a:ter gingi a good reason ricalities. He was asked to make a cepted by both sides and the panel been made by r the pre ss t e- CLARENCE NAGE CELEBRATE
1t.," :f:o showing as to what the missing wit- was again complete, but was broken enl authorses. Onte istanil sutht 51st BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY.'
A V A cases. One instance Is that
ale.nieun who Ladl een sium- esses vould swear to, but declined by the state's challenge of R. J. Bow.- he da er oa wn a -
I-e do soo.a that he could not say rum- of the daughter of a well-known law-
S.,n the social venire wer, do so, saying that he could not say man. A belated, ut nevertheless nter
'E~ cl$: f S.and Dr. McDonaldhd observed some pe-! were all disqualifiedhavingo a nearby druggist. When discovered of e celebration on Sunday, Aug. 6,
th drawn nor. MDnald hrad observed pe-re all disqualiied, having formed b a doctor her Conditionwas hope- t the home ot Clarence Nale t
*: ,' h- dtp:iri and: a. f(w u of cl"ariies about the defendant's ac-.opinions regarding the guilt of d less. yesterday she died. The conse- Big Bayou, of the rnftyfrst eanniver-
of d Bin Bayou, of the fifty-first, anniO
e e fr ons at different times previous to fondant and were excused. fence th s areto be tak sary of his birth, year, at which the -
-Tt-s exc use! for vari X( : qfrence is that steps are to be taken
To.-,' of ,he .-pecial vt.,irr :he crime for which he stands indict- C. T. Isco although he had known to compel druggels to make prompt following were present:
S. i w.rc: .i. T. ra:r. Ki Ioi. e-. Counsel fo: defense and prosecu- defendant for a number of years had report of all casesof illness thatcome Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Chaffn, War- P
Oliver. L. Hihon Grecfn. G. :.on talked th-, mnacr over at con- formed no opinion, but was challeng- under their observation, rington, Fla.; Miss C. Higgins, War
A. T. M-a'aluhi. R .1. r,,n-' derable length. it finally being ed. nevertheless, by the state. Gus riti rlngton, Fla.; Miss Margie Wilkins.
SHoendersoi.. W W. aison agreed to preed with the selection Jchnson. the next talesman called was f action Among Doctora. Wrrington, Fla.; Mrs. Dr. W. F.
avenpot. F. .. K o a jury with the understanding that challenged by the defense and R. An- Some friction has existed between Thompson Beaumont, Texas; Messrs.
F. F. f Binnan: F\ ar-on. C. F. '~:e defense waived no rights anid oins and John Roberts were challeng- doctors and the authorities. growing g. Russ and Thos. J. Kerry and J.
*ward. J. W. Daw. E. M Bowman would not annunce ready for trial ed for cause. Geo. Stockwell, of Pine t of the reseutent on the part of B. Lannon, Warrington, Fla.; Mr.A nd T
hav-ed I.or cause. Geo. Stockwell, f Pne the former- to thp.yit of Inspectors Mrs. las. A. Croak, Pensacola, Fla.;
-. :id have c or. E. W.1 (. Stan- "ntii :te mis.in witnesses had been Parren, who was next called. was per- to patients o t yite of ct specors Mr.Jas. A. Croak, Pensacolala,.;
S Dixon. H. H. DAlber:. W s r emtorily challenged by the state. to patents whote doctors have re- r. d rs. Fred Muller, Pensacola,
-ier. G Bu-'er. L. D. Gul. Examination f urr J.M.GOlbbon, J. E. Bonifay and Max ported. Dr. White, however, has taken Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Shaw,
Sana I .ubl. Examination r e disqualiJied on account sept to remove this trouble, declar- Pensacola, Fla.; Miss Emma Rischoe,
an 1 The jurors on te reulr venro having formed iion account g that the federal authorities will Pesacola, i.; Mr. Pat Worthy, Pec-
Wanted Witnesses. wre then called, C. M. Covington be-. Gonzale was temporarily accepted interfere n no way with physicians ra .:Mr. J. D. Mller, Fort
S announced ready fortrial i;g the first o- e examined. Mr. Cov- and the state again tendered the n- t make kno1 cases of illness in Barrancas, Fit.e M.
ft and the state gain tendered the theirtpractice.-tendereof the occasion r.
: w J fr.ve. Tor i.e !ngion had a pretr well defined opin- el. defense challenged Mr. Gontalem, The Suther M a embrace of the occasion r.
: : a: two material wi'- x-.t relative to the case and was ex- again leaving only eleven men in the The Southern t'acec has taken N e was presented with a fine mers-
.' .,-r.v and Dr. J. A. Me- cs.ed or cause. box. steps to meet the charge made some ibm pipe, fine silk umbrella, and
::. .. ~n notified :o ap- H. E. Graham, the next juror, was, The court then instructed the jury time since that people there slipping a box of cigars. let
.. was not ready o. examined at cossierable length active to their right trains. as uros eput The day was enjoyed by all in reg-. sat
: .: wase witnesses. o-th proseduion andlale length byan atis-o to their ding testimony, prev- sheriffs have been put on all such lar camp style in the woods direct- rec
v ,: .h -bse witnesses. octh pro ecutio; and defense and was, ous to the hearing of testimony, turn- trains with instructions to eject any ly in front of their residence at Big i the
S 1 ; hat subpoenas f y t-nere.l by the state. He a'!- ed the eleven men over to a bailiff oie found ridinon t hem.ay ron o their reacted a t Bg the
i :.:::O.-: : r thEIe witnesses l:tted having an opinion regarding! nn, adjourned court until 10 o'clock Ai eniation Theory ayu, where the erected a largebei
S. ;.-;:. :.;n :hat they were the case but was satisfied that it this morning, when the examination Leac, atin Te her f table upon hch a bounteou s ssh tee
S- Bu 01 it had been wiuld not pr(veni him from giving of jurors will be resumed. Leach, whcame here from Min. chowder dinner was served after o
,"::.: "- -i,,th::a.d b!e: ih of them. the defendant a fair and impartial r esota to try his arsenization theory, which all repaired to the hammocks 1
.a Lowery o1 a p'ae :'al. It look~ as though Mr. Gra- is making arrangements to have and other places of rest provided, oiB
n .::.- i: -,: .,,:;;vy a;nd Dr. Me- haim was going to be accepted and h a test independent of the doctors. The and enjoyed the remainder of the the
w.as held in the Jury box until the af- CLEANLY WOMAN. 'i Orleans Medical society have declared cay.The excitement of the day was wil
L -- -_ it__ noon session when he was peremp the use of arsenic as unsound in theo- found at the shooting gallery arrang- cor
f rii.v challenge by the defense and Erroneously Thihks by Scouring Her ry and unproven in practice, but there ed on the water front at which place Iing
MiRDIAL I iTAT erired. Scalp That She Cures Dandruff. is a popular feeling here that Dr. honors were carried off by Mrs. Fred C
IAL in T A I N J. Etheriuge was excused by Cleanly woman has erroneous idea Leach ought to. have an opportunity Muller, being the best rifle shot. mit
.. .,ceo Carter upon suitable showing, that by scouring the scalp, which re- to make his experiments. In this con- All join in hoping that Mr. Nagle day
ABDRESSEDTOWOrKiNGGIRLS F. C. Brtnt, the next salesman ca!l- moves the dandruff scales, she is cur- reaction all sorts of theories are cornm- may celebrate the occasion many times wil
A____..^fTWOuKrGIRLS was examined at greater lengh ing t"R dan':ruff. She may wash her ing here concerning the treatment of more and also that those present may rep
Miss Barrows Tl. How i a,: an any of the others. He kner. sralp every day. and yet have dandruff yelloww fever and the city las been help out on -the occasion. anc
amoSalp o Gis. notiins of the case excepting what, her life long, accompanied by falling flooded with prescriptions that are mee
em' diW > H*alpP WorlsG- !,r had re~a. had no prejudice against hair. too. The only way in the word guaranteed to be sure cure. Pa afaA *O me;
the defendant and believed he could to cure dandruff is to kill the dandruff Lumber Business Not Hurt CANADIA5NI IS tho
Girls who wort, give him a fair and impartial trial. He hntm. and there is no hair prepara- Reports from lumber mill men
-are particularly admitted havan. some f-eling in the tion that will do that but Newbro's throughout this section say that the A(GAIN W INNIERK
susceptible to fe- rrarrer but diidlaime. any opinion Herpicide. Herpiclde by killing the fever has made little impression on SH
malpe disorders ,rtjudicial to the defense. He. like .dndruff germ leaves the hair free to their business. though some of the
Sh oli ed Prof. Graham, was temporarily ac-. grow as healthy Nature intended. De- mills close to New Orleans have suf- By Aa.ociatsd Press
Sto stand on their cepted. but peremptorily challenged stroy the cause, you remove the effect. fered from th.- arbitrary regulations Chlotte, N. Y., Aug. 14.-In a pip- S
feet from mornt b' the defens-e at the afternoon ses. Kill the dandruff germ with Herpi- of towns here and there against ship- lng tenty mile breeze the Canadian we:
ing until nit in s:on. cide. Sold by W. A. IYAlembert!. went of freight of any kind. The challengers, Temelalre, designed by hay
Stos or act D M. Carter. of McDavid. was ac- druggist and apothecary, 121 South Southern Cypress association has Fif, won the second race for the16
or or acto cepted by both sides and court then Palafox street, Pensacola, Fla. Send taken up the matter with Dr. White Canada cup from the Herreshoff boat, upo
_'d Day in and dy took a recess until 3 p. m. !10c in stamps for sample to The Her- and the doctor has written a letter in Iroquois, to-aay. cCu
out ther irl :el, Af3jo -' r-on picide Co., Detroit, Mich. which he expresses the opinion that nun
S i.- often the bea-wiAfternoon o on.i is almost an impossibility for lum- .. *l. and
.' alv. Whether she is sick or A larger crowd was present at the'- her shipments to carry an infected ,,LIIh der
e i.Lcther it rains or shine she rfternoon session than in :he morningF CIY mosquito. However, all cars of lum- T
<: h to her place of emplontm i andl standing room was at a premium ber leaving here are now disinfected dep
orm the dties exacted of p r- "hon court was called to order. The with sulphur and assurance is given its Influence Has Been Felt By So Sat
- d be agreeable. <;:fendam resumed his place between .- that none of them is carrying away Many Pensacola People. Ing


A:..)L -. thit class the %Tptoms ot hs attorneys and his sister came over mosquitoes. was
,e rtiasc are early manifest by and sa near him. remaining nearly I| 1 11 V Moequito Theory Proved. The soothing influence of relief In
nd ching back, pain in thea the afternoon He had been ha Evidence of the sodnes of the After suffering from Itching Piles,
-- l.b. and lower part of the ed and appeared to much better ad- A mosquito theory continues to bemade From BcEemsa o any itchiness of
S:la a oomequemne of treqUef vantage than during the first session.l W o kspublic. The exp-riences of Algets ;s the skin, ,
-'g9 of the feet, monthly periods J. D. Johnson, of Myrtle Grove. the R cited. Three weeks ago there was a Makes one feel grateful for the
anful and irreular. and fre- first salesman called was apparently MBERSHIP ATES $100 PR death in the heart of town of a tvpi. remed.
.'I:, fathcrntre faitarddizaypellls,'i ,iTsfacior. to both prosecution andl MONTH. ca case of yellow fever. The case" Om's Ointment has soothed hun-
04. 4o, of appetite, until life is a I defense and took a seat in the jury, Ladies and Gent's Clothing cleaolt had been promptly reported and all dred. _.
,. Al of these symptoms point box after examination but was later dyed and repaired. Goods caoed Eor ou Here' what one Pensacola citizen 'n
1. 1A raagetnent of the femae orrg- challenged by the state. He was fol- and delivered. INCH t:e has elapd to have permitted says:
by .y! h Jnb hrdtmo lya BE FIN PO neo has eape.d u toshare ptermitt.
- by Ldi PLb. 's" V et- i o w H.C. M tler, whob after ex- ABELLsoe F ernCH S fected mosquiltos to spread the in- H. E. Powelt machinist by trade, H
b L amination. wa'. also temporarily ac- 140 E. Government I' fiction from that house, but a house res$ldug on West Cervantes street, estii
... oa cepted. This exhaustte the regular Phon No. 163. Penaoa, Fl.. o house canvass shows that there s says: "I was a sufferer from itching and
Abb F.. gw ?NelinVlli, enlre and the special venlre was,- not another case i the town which piles for more than seven years, and 932
" -.. Ohio,,,te what this gret lteen calle:l, i__l_ has a population of 20,000 and is a notlhng I could get seemed to help store
r' hdor r..eTh Special Venire. part of New Orleans. ime. I suffered both day and night,
i,. t umd t duty to tpc1 Vn a the C The federal authorities have begun ad it was possible or me to geta
P *r m V e .k( oma n Georg e Cooley was called. but was Car fll the room-to-roni inspection of the to sleep at nht on account of the
Purieform found to be disqualifid, having a fix- whole c ty. That has already been 'ble suffertg. When I read about
4G I 1 wa ry seratO ed dfta Ied opinion. L. E. Boggan and Joel G. done in the originally infected area, Dosn's Oittment I thought I would
%I .nt os.~ t lendom nandm es ngg. were aoeepted by both sides. Do We but it its now being done in every try it, and procured a box at Sidney W
b-"o..e .realcepuote b dcrt, aid H. Mayo. of Century, was tempor- ward and It its expected to turn up Kabrns drug store. No. 9 South can
--A Iwa t to exece to turn rtd
h b B e Bm wl al an "rily accepted but afterwards chai- eevery concealed case of fever thatPl to street. It cured me con- Kar
r I cr- do mvot any knd e k lenged bv the state and excused. J. pWatch xs,. pletel. [ annot praise it higl Tho
e oarpint. and my p aeriodM al A Daw was al.3 temporarily accepted euagh, and have recommended-it to
w t bter t than Iev and later challenged by the state. J. the laundry work wv TOM WILLIAMS TAKEN TO mFe than a core of friends during -TO
'I it.a d" w 'od' r wj W. Tucker was accepted. turn out, we're re MOBILE BY DEPUTY SHERIFF th past thwe months, and I know of
r nr adie aBd medi B. Gerson Was disquallfled as he had E rre -- o. fried d'Wod h used It for eczema on FO
S. B n .ixed opinion regarding the guilt of: WE CAN Tom Williams. a negro. who was ar- l.hi~bas and he has since told me cc
S- '. such girls that Mrs. Pink defendant PLEASE YOU. tested Saturday night upon request that it cared.blim ptomptly and effect in 1
SN out a helpnig hand and ex. M. D. McArthur, who lives near Mc- An) way, we guarantee it Of the Mobile authorities, was taken tiTrly. 1 nnbdftattaly recommend a gain
:- *aa au inv.tationtocorrespond rid. was accepted by both sides t) that place Saturday by a deputy tral of l Man OtaCment to anyone cam
S Irlone record of success lr xaminatioa. sahertf. He is wanted there on the searing trom ay itching skin di- F
Swoman's ill makes er let. mon Jeo as disqualified o The Star e of grand larceny, it being al- eae. I del oldent that they will
S in- ce of untold value to eery account of havtag a xed opinion with lated that he stole over $21, and then noftbe "atppointed In the results ob-
S kigr girl. and from her wide referen-e to the cae on trial, as was a n tfor Pensacola. tabed.
and ill bhe quickly points also J. M. Rich, sr. u The message asking Marshal Schad br ne-n byal dealers. ,Price 50 FOR0
S u hU. Her advice is free,. J. Bowmn. of McDavid, was 7 E. Garden St. Pea 1. to make the arrest was received ear- eet. LPoter r Co., Buffalo, N 7'
ettrr- are held by her la temporarily accepted, bat subsequent- -m e la ly atrday aight and in less than Y.;oe tLr te United States hart
S e eofidene. v peremptorily Ufi d by the t ree hours Williams was occupying D and Ad
tst con Msd te.nce w l l oelthea *A ln a the countyJaL .
stues"ate. e W- b l wit: 1,


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ON RAINY DAYS,


TELEPHONE!


Don't get wet, and catch cold and run your
clothes by coming down for drug store goods.
Just telephone us.
Our messenger will call for prescriptions and
deliver the medicine.
Or, tell us just what you want, and we will send
it out,
If in a hurry our telephone will save you a lot of
time

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


W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,


Phone 109.


Druggist and Apothecary. 121 S Palafox.


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PUT NEW FURNITURE IN THE HOME


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THERE'S NO BETTER TIME THAN
NOW TO DO IT. THERE'S NO
BETTER WAY THAN BY


OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN.


MARSTON & QUINA,
108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
ItllilutUtlutltitlltlll llt(illl!iillIIItilllltIii liai1111111 iffitJIII

OLICY HOLDERS Pabst

MAKE PROTESTS Blue Ribbon

OUSANDS OF LETTERS ARE Bottle Beer,
BEING RECEIVED RELATIVE has no equal
TO INSURANCE TREAT- Sold everywhere.
MENT.
S.A. Friedman
By Associated Pres. -Wholesale Distributer.
New York, Aug. 14.-Thousands of
terms from persons who are dic- Leader in Imported Wines
isfled with the treatment they have
:elved from organizations in which and Liquors.
*y or their relatives are insured are
ng sent to the legislative commit- PHONE 179.
appointed to investigate the New No. 831 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
rk insurance companies. PENSACOLA, FLA.
rhese epistles are being sent to the ___ _
ce of James McKeen, counsel for
Committee, and each complaint GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
1 be tabulatea' with the name of thehants Transf
npany criticised for use in the corn rhalS nr
i; investigation.
Chairman Armstrong, of the com- Thor. B. Thoersn, Prop.
ttee, will return to New York to-
, as will also Mr. McKoen. They HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
1 go over the Frick and Hendricks
orts on the Equitable Life Assur. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
*e society and determine upon the BAGGAGE DAY OR NIQHT.
thod of which they may supple- PHONE 978.
nt the Information contained in
se documents. P. O. COX, 7,.

ERIFF AND DEPUTIES WIL
F. M. WILLIAMS,
WERE BUSY YESTERDAY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Office, Brosnaham building, next
Sheriff Van Pelt and his deputies to Pensacola Business College.
re busy yesterday. In addition to Prompt attention always given
ing to serve subponaes upon the to business. Pensacola, la.
witnesses who were summoned e
n the special venire, they had the
rt to attend to, and also to summon
onerous witnesses for the defense
prosecution in the Williams mur- W, B WRIGHT &
trial.
lhe sheriff and a number of hiu Manufacturers of
utics spent all of ISaturday and and Dealers In
urday night in the country serv- LUMBER. LATHS, SAWEDt YPRESS
subponaes, ana' when the court SHINGLES AND KILN-
;called yesterday they began work DRIED SAPS.
summoning witnesses'in the case. -

in7 COTTR ELL,
TERSELY TOLD Fine Photograph
TERSELY TOLD I
BUSINESS LOCALS. 4 Pensacola 0 Florid3


endrix & Carpenter will furnish G great
mates on building and painting
give personal attention to work.
El. Strong, and 824 Bast LaRua
ets. ppe a
cKinzle Oerting & Co., wholesale
retail ship chandlers and grocers,
only first-class house of the kind The largest assortment ao
Pensacola. Fair prices to all. Pipes in the city. Big
Vhy use inferior paper, when you consignment just received
buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity, and must be sold at ones
a Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V. to get them ont of th
mpson's, 30 S. Palafox. way.
) LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. CHICKEN GUMBO AND SPEGHETI
* SALE.-Soda founatin, stock of SATnIAY NIHT AT 6:30
nmfectionerles aad clgari, located M AT mU6T AT 6M VUM
Palafox street Can be had at bar. resh Bread daily and
if purchased at once. Apply E.i fresh Roasted Cofee. Ice
bia Realty Co. 15aug. Cream and Cake orler
Ir -SALE.--Car load of fine Ten- for parties*and weddings
essee horse. Can be seen &t Pou's a specialty.
le. MdMillan & Tnarton. 15aug.l
ITR ADE-Ihirty teres of land, I C
% miles northwest of city, near
I road, for property on Uist Hill.
res W. P. B, tare Journal.
w* OPPOT? CUSTOM HOOUSS .-

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BEAUTIOLA
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER.


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THE


IMPORTANT


SALE


AT


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SHOE


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125 PAIRS


LADIES'


OXFORDS


worth $2,50 and $3,


they are now


$1.65


Boston


Shoe Store


117


LI South Palafox Sreet


lhtmola is the only harmless prepar-
t64 that nioplet ly obliterate ALL
be i blmirhes. traces of care worry. il-
noes and exanaure. Aftor a few app ica-
Oes of eautlola. beauty of youth retsar
n re fkais like a manUe from the fIe.
=ei the skin oft. clear and relvety,
ot a wrinkle or blemish remains. esautl-
ola is endorwe by th Medi l Fraternity.
Cbemist. and Expert Dermatologlsts. It
ha. made faded. but o ce b a&Uil ladle.
as youthful at forty and fifty s they wre
at twenty. also used by men with the same
wonderful results. Beautiol removes the
worst aesq of BMRIWN. LIVIR SPOTS.
rICKLiES. BLACKHEAD4. PIMPLES.
WRI-KL.S NCA.t. HMALL POX PIT-
TIKGO and all DISFIGURING RUP-
TIONS. Price ;n cents. EVERY BOX
GUARANTEKr.
For ple by leading druggists r meant
direct to
E R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO,
Dept. St Louis.
Braen Iolat bok mailed freeupon request



Whet Your Appetite

and then come to
the Old Reliable


Nick's


Restaurant.
where the best is
always obtinable.

All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell
Crabs, Western Meat-
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,
25 CENTS.



The Gulf City Market
Baylen and Int aendn a.

W. I. RllhI8g Proprieth
MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL
TRY AND GAME If: SEASON.

FREE DELIVERY.
PHIL JONES, MANAGER
PHONE 895.


affection for me has undergone a test.
From what you have told me of your-
self, you have associated but little
with girls. How, then, can you be
sure that your love for me will en-
'ure. Therefore leave me for one
month, during which time no commu-
nication shall pass between us; asso-
ciate with other girls as much as pos-
sible, and if at the end of that time
your heart is still true to me I shall
become yours for all time."
The young man protected and plead-
ed with all tle ardor of love, but the!
theorist remained Arm in her decision
Mnally the lover bade her a reluctant
I as, and was off to keep the com-
ract
'The weeks went b sad the end of
the month ome. Te theorist, who
by this tg t mIt be eenmessed. had
beIome adlIeb eeseme for the
RIe yo a -ma. n. e m In her
most eleseElf l5 161 eWVh
sfuterifab -
A boome step 'w-heat on tn he
porch. Te themr aP raat to te
9


BAY PARTY FOR
M48 A CHAPFENBERO.
A ba party to the Ufe saving stars
tion was given Sunday afternoon by
the young men in honor of Mrs. Dann-
helsser's charming guest. Miss Lula
Aschafenberg of New Orleans. They
left the city at 4 o'clock and returned
at 10.
Those composing the party were
the honoree Miss Aschaffenberg, Miss
Rosa Levy, Miss Rosalie Jaooby, Miss
Alice Levy, Miss Teresa Stone, Mr.
Herman Berlin, Mr. Herman Green-
woo, Mr. Frank Levy, Mr. Rudblph
FIashner, Mr. Sam Lightman, Mr.
Sam Kahn, Mr. Dave Gundershelmer,
Mr. Gus Gundersheimer, Mr. Morris
Levy.
MRS. C. J. HEINBERGIS
BIRTHDAY EUCHRE.
Mrs. Bertha Heinberg entertained
a few of her lady friends Sunday
evening to informally seleorate her
birthday. Euchre was enjoyed and
the most delightful ice cream was
served molded in lilies, roses, and
other flowers, accompanied by cakes,
peaches and other fruits.
Mrs. Morris Dannhelsser won the
first prize a match stand and Miss
Hessie Hirschman the second a silver
hat pin.
Mrs. Heinberg ws the recipient of
many gooa wishes for her continued
good health and prosperity, and after
the game the ladies playing presented
her with a cut glass water set, a bot-
tle and a dozen glasses.

BEING CHARM4INLY
ENTERTAINED IN ALABAMA.
Mrs. Elwood de la Rua and Miss
Kate Caro who are visiting Mrs. Cross
at Letohatchie, Ala., are being de-
lightfully feted.
One of the most beautiful functions
in their honor according to the ac-
counts, was a dance given Tuesday
night by their hostess at her beauti-
ful plantation residence, for which
the decorations were very attractive,
immense quantities of roses being
used.
The reception hall was radiant in
yellow and white roses, the parlor in
cream and white, ana' the dining room
in white roses, pink carnations and
ferns, the pink and white being car-
ried out in the Ices and creams.
Miss Cross, charming young daugh-
ter of the hostess In a girlish frock of
pink and white was assisted by Miss
Eva Hooks in pink, in serving the ice
creams.
Mrs. Cross was handsomely
gowned, as were Mrs. de la Rua and
Miss Caro, in cool, sheer white.
MR. AND MRS. HIRSCHMAN'S
FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman celebrat-
ed the fortieth anniversary of their
marriage Saturday night by entertain-
ing a number of their friends.
Musio, games and refreshments
were the chief entertainments, par-
ticipated in by all with great enjoy-
ment.
The oecoratlons were in pink and
white and the colors were carried out
in the cake and cream, a two course
luncheon, salads and sweets, being
served.
Lotto was enjoyed by many and
three beautiful prizes were given. Mrs
Morris Dannheisser winning the first,
a cake plate; Mrs. Jake Israel the
booby, an olive dish; and Miss Aschaf-
fenberg of New Orleans the guest
prize, a pin tray.
Mrs. Hirscbman was gracefully as-
sirted by her daughter Miss Hessle in
entertaining guests. and at the close
of the game the Iotto players present-
ed her with a set of sterling silver
spoons. Mr. and Mrs. Hirechman
were also the recipients of numerous
other tokens of love and esteem.
Those playing Lotto were Mrs.
Sydney Kahn, Mrs. Morris Daunheis-
ser, Mr. and Mrs. Max Heinberg. Mrs.
Ike Hllbron. Mrs. Bertha Heinberg,
Mrs. Jake Israel, Mts. JuHus Menko,
Mrs. Guggenbeim, Miss Aschaffen-
berg (New Orleans), Mrs. H. P. New-
Sman, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hirachman.
Mr. andn Mrs. L B. Hirschman.
-4-
A FABLE.
There once lived a girl who was a
great theorist. She had theories on
housekeeping, diet, education, dress
and love, which she took great delight
in expounding to her family anrd
friends.
Now, it so happened that, during a
sojourn in a distant city, she met a
very nice young man who became en-
amored of her and whose affection she
was inclined to return. But as she
had a pet theory concerning engage-
ments, she withheld a definite answer
to his entreaties that she become his
wife. and said:
"Although I love you, I cannot an-
swer you in the affirmative until your


Mrs. H. G. DdSilva
from a delightful tour
west including a visit
and Clarke exposition
Ore.


has returned
of the north-
to the Lewis
in Portland,


Mrs. J. E Aberrorhbie and children
Miss Cary, Master Richard and Miss
Leila left Monday noon for Red Sul-
phur Springs. Va., accompanied by
Miss Leona Bell.
Mrs. Harry Bromuahkm and son
Austin left yesterday noon for Red
Sulphur Springs, Va.
Miss Tillie DeBroux is spending a
few days in Goulding the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. A. DeBraux.
Mrs. George E. Smith has returned
from a visit to her son in Gulfport.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hsnsen of East
Cervantes street have returned from



New



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YOUR B.A

NADINE FACE
Cpyri*ghted ia Gree
SUPERIOR IN qUALI
'LESS AS' WAT


NADINE FACE POWD
pounded and purified b;
covered. process. Produi
ful, soft, velvety appeal
remains until washed off
use Nadlne Face Powder
complexion will be soft
close of the evening.
THI QUALITY IS U
Buy one 50-cent green
Nadine Face Powder, ai
not entirely satisfied, n
we will promptly refuni
.Sold by all leading dru1
price 50 cents. White, F
prepared only by
NATIONAL TOILET CO,


PEOPLE AND EVENTS
f a. mmAM reomp oft

Seen, Heanrdl Done Aongd Th3se Vho GmR iW
and TarryVwWomen and Society, Here and 6lawhelre


door. A messenger- handed her
telegram. It read: ./
Test successful. Am gaged. Gil
said yes at once. I- Oa theories.-
Moral--A bird in hand often ieA
out of the window.--Blanche Good-
man, in September Smart Set,
Miss Eula Atkinson of Mb ttgomery
Ala., and Miss Lottye Rice of Century,
Fla., are the attractlve,'guests of Mrs.
Charles Rice.
Mrs. J. E Creary and soMaster
Harvey of Corinth, Miss., are visitinur
her sister Mrs. Andrew Lewis.
Mrs. Charles Rice has retnurde
from Greenville, Ala., whete she left
her little daughter Myrtle for a longer
visit with her mother.
Mr. J. W. Dorr has so greatly nm-
proved that to-day he will be removed
from town to the residence of his
brother Mr. C. H. Dorr on the bay-
shore where his innumerable friends
trust and believe he will soon entirely
regain his health.
Miss Katie MoCorf of Uniontown,
Ala., who hah been visiting Mrs. W.
S. Keyser and Miss Katie. McCord
Smith for several months, left Mon-
day noon for home. ;'
Mrs. J. C. Dunham is expecting her
father Capt. J. W. FPtsgerald and her
sister Miss Fltzgerala! to arrive to-
day. Mrs. Dunham's little daughter
who has been ill, is improving.
Mr. T. H. Aeosta who has been re.
siding in Mobile for several years,
with his wife and her mother Mrs
Stautz, has returned to Pensacola to
reside. For the present they are
guests of his mother Mrs. W. J. Acos-
ta on East Hill.
Mr. Walter Acosta who has spent
his vacation in Virginia taking a much
needed rest at Rockbridft' Alum
Springs, has returned feeling much
improved.
4 -
Mrs. Willie Roberts and four child-
ren leave today to visit her mother
in Arcadia where her son Horace pre-
ceded her.


We can save you money and satisfy
yon if you desire a fist-class Piano
New Pianos from $100 to $600.
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
smallest regular Piano made for young
and old alike, $100 to $176.
It will pay you to call or write us.


TUNING A SPECIALTY.
PHONE 476,


CLUTTER & RUSHING,
12E. Gevera st Street
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.

mw


The Deliciousness


of a


Drink


Depends on the tngredi-
ents and the disposer as
well Our 4tspeaser
thoroughly understands
the art of ndxaig and
serving cold drinks and
keeps instant ta4
the new thiLga U they
are introduced; and in
line with thhe poliy ofur
whole estbllhabent
None but the absolutely
pure fngrseleats re
served from orf fmataln.


Kandy Khn e

No0 S. dm,


CHARMING DESIGN F
For linen, mohair, any of the lighter
cloths, such as Henrietta, or for taf-
fetas this design is bound to repro-
duce well. The coat is one of the
loose .box tonx that stand well out
from the figure, and a vest effect
Is introduced In the front under a
old of the coat. A knotted cravat
.eeifs to hold the coat together at
e *e*k, catching the embroidered
tarndewn collar. Both' fronts are
heavily embroidered in raised bUan


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work. The sleeve is a short full puff,
i-uilt out at the shoulder, and ending
sbovethe elbow. The skirt is fitted
with yoe effect over the hips, slash-
ed at Intervalu to admit panels of
side-eating, and finished with a plain
rtitobed he at the foot. The corse-i
etgidle in. black satin is a separate
a& Irllt p"o one of those feather.
S ame, lactig invisibly in front
dA Anished With *0 short "bobby"
h Isil the back.


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The Quality Store.


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FINAL CLEARING SALE BEGINS MONDAY
of every FIFTY CENT Corset in our stock without reserve; b:'b
white and colors, in girdle, shot, medium. and long waist. Full rua
of sizes.
35 CLEARING SAIF 15 C CARING SALE 35c.

Men's Oxfords. Men's Pants.
Special offering our cele- l'tra Special Offering of
brated' Heywood Oxford for
men, about fifty pair,
Formerly
$3.50 and $4.00, Formerly
Odd and End Price.. 150U While They Last, onl & V

Men's 75c and $1.00 Negligee Shirts.
About fifty dozen in this unmatchable offering, made of bedt
quality Madras and French Percale, plain:and plaited bosoms, in all
sizes, 14% to 16%,
59c Clearing Price..59c..Clearing Price 59c
SEE THEM IN OUR BIG WINDOW.


Yours for Quality,


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for our broken lines of summer footwear. We want
to fire em out of the house before all fall goods are
in, and our


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GAZE UPON THESE FAT PLtRSENING BAGQAIWa
$3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now .....................27
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now .................. .96
$3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now ...................38
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now.............. $1.96
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Bla.k now................$4.98
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,...............................3.96
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$3.'9
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................2.89
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Mus be Sold, so hurry
along and et your share of the plum.




MEYER SHOE CO.,


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GREEK TURTLE SOUP!
One Quart Tins, 85o.
SOMETHING FINKI MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD
COMPANY.
PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
ASOtTPB PmRrT AND LIMES IN MASAacINO.

Sol Cohn Co.
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i iSweet potatoes and grass are grow-
Herrington Springs, Ala., where they ing fine. Farmers that have been
spent the past minth for the benefit of strenuous have been blessed with
Mis. Hansen's health. The lady's splendid crops and the coming harvest
friends will be glad to learn that she will be all that heart could wish.
was much improved by the trip. STEGOMYIA FURNISKES
POETIC INSPIRATION.
Mr. Harry Williamson has gone to
aWume the duties of his new position The following pomee" has been
in Mobile where his mother and sister handed The Journal as an evidence of
are residing. the extent to which even Mistress
Stegomyla Fasciata can inspire the
Mrs. J. C. Alexander left Monday poetic mind to verse. It is entitleU;
to spend a month or so ,n.Redfern,' in the Gloaming.
Ala. In the gloaming, oh my darling, cover
Sup your hands and face,
Blue Ribon Lemon and Vanilla are For'tis then the "Stegomyla Skeeter"
so superior to the common Extracts flies and bites you every place.
that it will pay you to demand them. It is best to screen your windows,
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon Lem. pour the oil on stagnant pool.;
on and Vanilla. Takes less. Flavors Then should you get it, oh my darling,
perfectly. doctor can't call you a fool.
WOOQMEN OF WORLD WILL In the twilight, oh my darling, when
GIVE SMOKER WEDNESDAC1, the night is falling fast,
.VE SMOKE WEDNESDA,. Tuck your bar, and tuck it tightly, for
The *membeorsof- O C the skeeter might trespass.
No. 1, dme n of t Woe ak Camp, In the morning kill all skeeters that
No. 1, Woodmen of the World, will have pestered you by night,
give a smoker Wednesday night, im- Beg oh beg, "Madam Stegonmya,"
mediately following the meeting. oh kindly spare you from her bile.
The smoker will be In the hall of
the lodge in the Blount building, and WILL INTEREST MANY.
it is expected that it will 'be among Ev eon should know that good
the enjoyable events of the season in Ever* person should know that good
fraternal circles. health is impossible f the kidneys are
de-anged. Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure kidney and bladder disease in
A little forethought may save you every form, and will build up and
go end of trouble. Anyone who makes strengthen these organs so they wil
L a rule to kep Chamberlaln'e Colic, perform their functions properly. No
Cholera and Diarrhota Remedy at danger of Bright's disease or diabetes
hand knows l this to be a fat. For if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in
sale by all druggists, time.


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THE ALABAMA BISENAU, =
A high-grade institution for girls and young ladies-a brase eo
Brenau College-Coservatory, Gainesville, Ga. ll courts ta LUtera-
ture, Languages, Science, Music, Art, Oratory, etc. College buldong
beautifully furnished, everything new; splendid ne pianos. Dellgjt
ful location. Best accommodations. ExceUeant faculty. tr cata-
logue address A. W. VAN HOOS0 or N. J. PEARCE.
Assp. Presidents Efaula, Ala.


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POW DER Spi to The JournaL
n Boxes; OoGns e Aug. 14.--Our little town
ftY. HARM- never 'a* any more healthy than now.
rlR. rt. ahs. A. Holman ls still in bad
health, having been conned to his
bed and room now for over two
Mrs. Mollie Wakeford, an old and
prominent resident of Baldwin coun-
'ty, Alabama, but for the past fifteen
years a resident of Adel. Ga., accom-
p nled by her two smallest children,
S baa jttlt returned home from a two
weeks visit with her brother and
Family, Mr, Jas. Holman. of this place.
fifteen years having passed away
s!nce brother and sister had met.
Mrs Albeit Lowell has Just returned
*-from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
I Allan, of Robinson Point.
a iii Quite an enjoyable affair occurred
: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brown
Sltday evening, it being the fifteenth
)ER' is co birthday of their young daughter,
R a newly- d Miss Nevadah. A large crowd of her
Ses beaui- young friends gathered, some coming
rance, which from your city. Many amusing games
Ladies who v-ere indulged in and just as the
are sure the 11:35 train arrived at Gonzalez the
and love crowd began bidding their fair little
hostess~ good-night, and many were
TNEQUALED. the kind expressions tendered that
package of this fair young rose bud would' live to
id if you are entertain her friends with many other
notify us and happy occasions.
Your money. We are having copious showers
ggists, or mail now and as dog days are on us, I have
lesh, Brunett, heard an old adage that if it rains on
the first dog day it will rain on them
Paris, Tenn. all. Verily, it looks as though this
might prove true.


ChIdrss Sippers.
(Colored Kid ,
Formerly
75 cents,
Odd and End Price.....

Children's Shoes.
Colored Kid Top, Pa:. Via-;p
Formerly
$1.00 and $1.25,
Odd and End Price.....


SENSATIONAL AUGUST CLEARING SALE

Odds and Ends.

Ladies' Strap Slippers and Oxfords.
Children Kid Top Shoes and Slippers.
Men's Oxford's, "Heywood's."
Negligee Shirts and Trousers.

Begins Monday, Aug. 14, at 8 o'clock sharp.
The mightiest saving opportunity of the season, ecHp.inr, any
Odd and ind Sale ever held in Pensacola? Don't you want ihar.*
in It? Then come early Monday.


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Formerly
$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50,
Odd and End Pric .. .lSm

ChldrE's Strap Slpper.
Pat. Leather and Plain Kid,
Formerly
$1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, 6c
Odd and End Price.... 75r


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The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements


One- t-aP-Word eaoh isnsrtion.


Me dvetaeeeat taken for M" than *fo'


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Sp oal rates by the month.


You CouldSt O


Buy a Crust of Bread


With that bunch of rent receipts you
during the past years.


have accumulated


Put Your Rent Money Into a Home

For yourself-it's ezsy enough if you start right.


We Can Start You Right


F- n, our list of property that can be bought with small
pi mjnts you can :eadily select one for yourself.



?ilAla investment Coo
S. t. U. LWSHVTe, Cv t I CagleO
V. C'LES. President. L. S Seretary.
j.I :. ST:LL.,tN. v.-lrs. and Gen. Manager. KNOU TER m, w.
Real Esfate, Lans, Ceeral I e-f e.
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S For s-ai. L.S. BROWN& Co
iOR SALE.-Pbotoscope for sale at
bargain price. A great money- 200 Thelfen Bid'g.
maker. Owner leaving country. Ap-
ply H. V. Garland, Hospital, Ft. Bar- 4 lots W. LUfpa fronting on car
rancas. 13aug.1w* line.. .......... .... $464
1 906 W. Belmoqt south front, 3 rooms
GROW GINSENG. Large profits. good repair.... .. .... .....$500.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale. 3 rooms and sall. new; 3 lots, cor-
Write today for literature. Bucking- ner West end; bargain........8800.
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. 242 E. Chase St., good home or in-
13aug3mos. vestment.. .. .... .. .. .. $1100.
Home on Bayou, 5 minutes of elec-
FOR SALE-Beautiful new mandolin. tric car, wharf and boats; 6 rooms,
First cost $35.00. Very cheap. 12 newly papered and painted; fine
East Government St. Sauglw chance to gel good home cheap $1550.
2 houses, one new, other recently
AUTO-Only run four months. Good repaired, rent $15.00 per month, East
G regory St..........*.. .$1400.
as new. Finest bargain in second- 2 houses East Wright, 4 rooms and
hadl machine ever offered. See Dr. rooms, good repair ........$2300.
Phillips. Room 4, 7% Palafox. 2auglm*
FOR SALE OR RENT--New modern $16,000.00 to loan in small or large
two-story residence, good neighbor- amounts.
hood East Hill. near cars. A. C. Bink-
ley. Thiesen building. 5aug)w* Fire, Ufe and Accident Insurance.


FOR SALrE-Upright Kimball Pianus
for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov-'
ernment St. 4auglm*
FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-
orater a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Phone 367. 4auglm


L.S. BROWN &,Co

200 Theisen Bld'g

"WE SELL LOTS"


REAL ESTATE


FOR SALE


4 room house, rents $7.00........ 600
2 houses, renting $10.00..........800
Neat cottage, near Palaxox...... 2350
3 houses, renting monthly
$18.00 ....................$1600 00
5-room cottage. East Hill
(New) ................... 1500 00
3-room cottage E. Romana ... 850 00
4 houses renting monthly
$23.50 .................... 1850 00
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .................... 1750 00
1 block, near Orphan's Home 800 00
4-room house. W. Romanas.... $ 850 00
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Rents
Colected.. Money Loaned.


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

MIsoellaneous
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, VA
LISES AND GRIPS, all thoroughly
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,FOR SA LE---A quarter block in New and promptly repaired, at F. u. uruces
y, containing 5 ot, with arge AL big repair shop. Send them down.
sO [ & II ll IOak trees on same. very conveniently 29Jy2w
-fELP. WANTED located to car line, gar and water FOR SAI.E.-Cabin launch 44 ft. lon PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do
... ..... .....---- -- -'- mains and situated in excellent neirh- 10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught, PIANOTUNINd -Am.prepared e
V'ANTED.-Lady or gentleman of fair bortood. To a quick t-unchaser will speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber tuning and repairing. Guarantee
lu.a, ion to travel for firm of $250.- ell cheap. Address P. 0. Box 529. gasoline engine in good order; will satisfaction. 17 years experience. 3.
6'"0 capital. Salary $1.072 per year City. laug2ws seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice If oonrad oott, 244 E. Gregory. 28Jullm
i ayabe, weekly; expenses advanced, taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W. REGULAR MAIL INB-Good convey.
.idress Geu. G. Clows, Pensacola. FOR SAiE-Beautiful block in New Government St. 15auglm ance for traveling public. Daily ser-
i .a. 15auglt* City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. FOR SALE.-Store and 7 room house. vice each way. From Chlpley to Bay.
S\XTE.--A-ung an-tdo bill- Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa. I t 60x100; city water. Titles per. head. Addrwes J. M. Taggle, Chipley,
.-: must write a good hand and be -laug feet; $3200.00. J. N. Andrews, 7 N. l1. 24roc
"'i1 a't figuns. Address P. 0. Box 0 TO TURTON ra s l i Palafox St. Saug. R L TAT
S_ _- __ I. 15au. cameo n loaded and unloaded treFOR SALE-A good paying business taT. BTATX In all parts of y.
\.NTl1).-Young man, about 18 of chrge& Be make bs t photo. located on Falafox St. established you b". the ground and we *iU
t-ars old, to work in grocery store. graephs tie M oth. 22 years a &i% several years, cash or part cash andiW id your wi oa kong time pay.
i;- Ain o%.u handwriting, stating d cam. I b-lance on easy payments. Address: mau D. Mal Wilac & Co.
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We have $10,000.00 which we can loan in amounts from
$5000.00 up, at 7 and 8 per cent., according to s.ze of loan.

FOR SALE
One story dwelling on corner let on East Hill, rents at
$96.00 per year ........................................$ 600.00
Two dwellings on large corner lot North Hayne street, rent
at $135.00 a year .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ..$ 750.00
Desirable piece of Water Front property, lot 365 by 160, includ-
ing wharf charter. If sold at once ........ ...... ..$8000.00
Two dwellings on West Zarragossa street, good renters.. ..$1250.00
70 acres ow land near Powelton, Fla.. convenient to railroad..$ 250.00
20 acres of land with one cottage upon same at Brent's Sta-
tion ................. ............................. ......41200.00
Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100, Pear Palafox,
street, renting at $800.00 a year. If sold at once .. .. ..$6000.00

Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 130 feet, must
be sold at once .......................................$4000.00

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


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DIRECTORY DAILY scnsojLi
-.- For Steam Division
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC TERMINAL
There will be a meeting of this RAILWAY CO.
body on the first and third Wedne3- Trains lcav-. Pn-acola for the Littol
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All Bayou, Big Jbayou, Warriugtou.
delegates are requested to be pros- Navy Yard, and Fort
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS. Barrancas at-
W. L. DELAY, President. 7:15am ar ~t. Barrancas 7:35a'u
Secretary. S:50ami ar Ft. Barrancas i0:30.aU
12:50pm ar Ft. Barrancas 1:30pa
3:50pao ar Ft. larrancas 4: Upa
Pensacola Lodge No. 3. L of P.. 6:15pm ar Ft. larrancas 7:t'(p.u
meets every onday _evening at 8:0 *8:0lpm ar F,. Barr'ancas *8:50pm


'lock at -Upr Castle Hall, Blount
Watson building, corner Palatox and
Garden street Visiting brethren coir
dially welcome 1.
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*Saturdays only.
Trains leave Fort Barrancas for
Pensacola at-
8:-00am ar Pensacola 3:40pm


..... X. 1. C 1i, ity. . J. H. B- Twiu, . N. 1 :iuam ar Pensacola 11:40arn
1 l w-' | PINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for Tg- TOdI H. HORSLFI. K. ot R. & 8. 2:00pam aT Pensacola 2:4 pI
sale. Standard sizes. Prompt shIDp- GI f emt q PreO3ed and 5:15pm ar Pensacoita 5:5pn
\\ ANT.D.-To rent 5 to 7 room ment. T. J. Whitted, Bonifay, Fla. LO T gjgi g4s a l otice Na. 11% 7:00pm ar Penssaola 7:45pm
1-:,u.- on North Hill with modern; 2sJlyla* Wt Pe oa. Fhl Rathbone Lodge No. *9:00pm ar Pensacola 9:45pm
:i,:,menos the last of this or first lyl, i' "30 K I. of P., meeo every
: nuox: month. Write S., care Box FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year-' LOST--Ladies' hand bng oN r FOR OW .LLAR AND FTY Tlrsday evening at 8:00 SUNDAY SCHEDULE
"i tea of13aug.lw*o old Berkshire herd oarDukeo ran or their Electric car will leave Pensaco.'a
__FloridaNo..68erkshi 23. herd oar e ine so card marked Mrs. S. Goldback, (NTS per ead, we will haul out ha., thIrd Cooo. Blo.nt. every hour from 6 i. to 10 p. s .o
NTE.-A good middlaged w o mon ld 125 S. Al lzSt.__ 15auglt* ve orders atso building, outh- inclusive,andSatur night ony at
\ '. n'rDg.oo dpmlyddle-aNed wo-'young pigs. 1 six-months-old bp~r. all -- - i t,__ - at 1 1ME"t io 4l &a. Herring wewt corner Pslafo.. and 11cl.siv, and S ray nig 'ny at
S :' u nrse. Apply 320 N. Bar- registered and transferred. Carl Set. LOST.-.Lady,' strlkpin last Sunday .R. He Garden strts Veltn kn gh te 4 11 Pensacola every hour at 7:30, 8:30
111 _______llaug3t terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18Aiy night on North Hill. fteward for Pensacola very hour at 7:30, 8:30,
WANTl'!)-Yung man to clerk at return to Journal office. 15aug3t. AILMAKER. cordially CRUT, weo nd so on until 10:30 p. ., with te
Ho ,., Parinacy. Only one WALL TINTS by experts; results LOST.-Between assenr deplt and J. IH. POT Mslmakr,or 716 South C. J. Levy. K. of IR. & option of thea hch ln n-
vhu wauts to learn the business need guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone: 1 ast Gregory, Pay night, PaStox stret. Orders taken for turning, leave the Big Bayou a 6
dppi, 12auglw 48.* 12ulyl wath fob, engr "E" R. 0." Find. tat awali Omp stoolead ho Knights of Columbus. a. m., and the 2 p. m. car will leave
COOPER 'ANTT--Permanent po- er will de 111f ward'tT, ic sl 31)a Big Bayou at 2:40 p. m.
biPon for steady reliable white man. R .... -uewo p,-r erwa ,t ...aon" ofw iae. e3 atag.3t* Meetings of the1 The above is the week day schedule
?st bre soe, reliable.. .h, m... young mules, mound and In good Knights of ColumbusIwhich will beg~u
ist sober and have good referen.- 1co ndi Alsoone ho,, tuat LOST.-Notary seal near or in Thi to are held at their hall, e: t i a will l e Pe A ola t
.. ....... -,,,a arad ,,- co; ndition. Also one 2-hre St ud-.-Notary seal near or In ThTe E l-^ ,i c
S ensacol. Tar and Tur- baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4june, sen building. Finder wIll please re- No. 8 West Intenden7, 8, 1 :50, 9:50, 0:50 :50,
t. rine Co., Biiemia, Fla. 1aug turn to Room 202, Thiesn Building, $10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. in- street on ever1:50:50.2:50. 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:50,
WA\NTD AT ONCE-Six carpenters FOR SALE-One Choice blo on'top or Joirnal office. M. L. Wilkinson. terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley. Monday evening at 8s 9 and 10 p. m.. running through to
a: 5 cens, pe- hour and ten brick-1 of t7e ridge east of the electric 12aug. 12aug4t. 7:30 o'clock. An t e Big Bayou and immediately re
ver a 50 crter hour. Building railway, between 7th and 8th street 1 vitation is extended, turning from Big Bayou to Palmetto
No. 43, Navy Yard. '. C. Kelly, Supt Nature has favored this section and LOST.Signet ring, old gold, initial DO YOU WANT to borrow money in to citing Knights. Beach will await arrival of steam
oau, .cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs D. C. B. Word Ellis on inside. Re. amounts from $500.00 up? We hav JOHN B. JONES, train from Pensacola and will then
Srd for return to Journal office $100000 to loan at 7 and 8 per cnt. DM. FO, Grand Knight run to Pensacola ahead of the train
WANTED-Servant girl at once for CHICKEN WHEAT produce 12aug-w interest Tho. Watson Co. 6aug Recor from Fort Barn
general housework. Agply 318 West Makes fowls especially well avore&. u $ 0 b o a Tuoe steam 'ranns will run as at
1~(imout street. 6auglm* The cheapest food to be a F. -& J T-Memorandum book or pocket MONT TO LMD--Oa good re9 s P ooas L.edge No. 4, 1. o. 0. F. present, but will observe this electric
Mel!en & Co, Phone 8 4. lt diry. Reward for return to W. C. .tae securtty, or on good collateral Pensacola od N I car schedule and wl work i coneo
WANTED.-Agents In different coun- l Hooton at Escambia Realty Co.'s. 6aug at lowest rateM. *U B. Broot Pensaco a Lr ge N y vI. 0. 0. P, tfon with it
tieb in Florida to handle Alpine Safe R AL ---t a m rmeetsavery Thursday gr g at 7:0
an k Co.s Fire and Burglar Proo t a s LOST-Boy of 15, name Alfred Ren- Fisherja t 'thbe new hall- -on West GarI --
Safes and Vault Fixtures of every E io3. slate-e. Simsj frow. Has small scar on chin. Left M Y LO A4M eM sayF a a street Visitings bretbren eorla'l
amasma u.o-, paj-^. e !Invited. 1T. G. STINSON, Puisacola, St Anrews a4
script ion. Write me for terms. c- Penstola July 14,. presumably for Bag- k&ads t. -ab iB d. R.. S SOt PIsac01, St, ndrws
Searri:t Moreno, Pensacaa, Fla., Flor- ....- n %.o ldad.to go to workt Notify Miss Lulu r Wo B. R. WITKOVSKI. Secretary.
ida State Agent. 28jane. P o b, JoIiSonD, 625 Helrlberg St., Pensacola. o W rmi 32 ~ REBKAH SISTER Stp
lo, 3 3bloc "sbuePInet ostuM s. alisburm bodimin lREBFaKAHmSISTERLsh
Any intelligent person may earn &.192 on Car l.ne. For I la is.i tatiidbT
good income corresponding for new quire of Stanrd ClotIs O u eaoit LodgS e No.10, Rebeah S. SrTEAMER TARP M
pape-s; no canvassing; experience J29 Jan. MON=g' a s goo4 d r s ters meets every Monday night r.:
unnecessary. Send for particulars. FORe tt V 44 AF SmoUah U 8 o'clock in L O. O. P. Hall. oVi. W. G. ARROW, Master.
Northern Pres Syndicate, Lockport,FOR SAL -t-ecod-band cash regs- *. Male Wtlet & a fting sisters cor0ally invited to e FIRST-CLASS PAT NGER AND
N. Y. 13june3m ter in perfect condition. Will s.' FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar- augO. parent. MISS NIMTA M. L-L-IOTT.
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u55 prent. -MISS NEtA N, neL.Io1ry.
W.O.W.
LIjve Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W.
meets in Pythian Hall lit and 3rf
Wednesday in each month. Visiting
sovereigns cordially Invited.
F. A. BOGHICH, C. C.
ISESUIE E. BROOKS, Clerk.

nak Grove. dodge No. 4. Woodmen's


r ic: Te Journal's Fnr e l n m z" F RENT-Lorraine House, corner
ST... and a rua CaDO YOU wsat to by or ell a Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
: -u p .ures o FOR SALE-Good paying grocery, A lttIewant d will ba d W. S. Garfield. 12jul
..' ::al sc-r.es 15 ceatsl fheap rent store, living rooms in results. The cot I too alit FOR RENT-Offce roim with show
at Ju,: office. onneciou. Store doing good cash to delay. window. Apply at 34 S. Palafox.
-- lusiic.. Household furniture also 19jlylmo
S. c.:C stand Corn. Oat 1Cr bale. Reasons for selling, am lear. FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Aefft J
h d inmval sacks. Out of ;nv city ou account of sickness. Tele- for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and 'O RENT-New five-room cottage
S: solicited. Writ- u. p':on,. 10.4. 11auglw*,Vault Futures of all 4~l ptions Pot car line, corner 1ith street and
Srite u co mairc FOR S, .3 s rber Ca.irs for le manufactured by Alpine me an1 th avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo
--- jFORSALFo-3-r'Lorernarsooaae Company of Cinclnitt, Qhio. pllery. l2july
Wants your mo ia (t414S.Paafox St. lauglm* Communicate With me for *m and
L.eL: *..eAl break- FOR SAL--South haf block 2111 terms before buying elsewhere. Bear- .FOR RENT.-Residence lately o>0
fr.rnting 400 feet on 13th street, by ritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. cspied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
,' i, 137 feet on Bay View Park; also 28June. JARua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
i i.r Hoausay tlouth half of block 212, fronting 400 4 BS. Palatox street. 7jir
S :(d. aay Cal' feet on 14th St., by 137!j feet on Bay THE WEST HILL WOOD YARD.caa
P U. um a. City View Park. The only property adjoin supply you with stove wood, blocks, FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, 0or-
d. 33. City ng Bay View Park that 1a now for oak wood. split wood, pine knots. or ner Barracks and Zarragossa street
d sale. The beautiful view down the kindling. Ring phone 105 C. . Bauitable for boarding house. Apply
S* BUS'.NLSS is *rbyou and down the bay can never be Williams, proprietor, cor. G St., ad to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East arra-.
S -. .ur bI)ias will obstructed. A. V. Clubbe. 30Jly Jackson. mayrl ossa. 26mtst
ion. D. Hale Wll-:
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-Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABEI.LE, ST. AN-
DREWS, MILLVILLE.
And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apatahicola.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 8:30 X,
m., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 8:30 p.
m., for St. Andiews. MI!lviile, Ape.
lacnicola, Carrabelle and intorMediat
points.
For additional b-fo:'matlon apply t I
J. I SAUNDRRS,
E. R. COBB, Preident.
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
Pensacola. Fla.


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ulliglw
S fu::-..shcd r'ooeis,
Su:.e ,u. bath. Large
S, . iow. ii N.
;:;.gs. 2auglm*
v: an to renW housee,
LL. ag t-13 for tam
;r.d Tte Journal Waut

-- .--oen n:ght and day.
S- ; a~ oomins light *nd
SI-.lt trade olicted. r75-
'afoi. Jos. S. Ni-..ola.
Snov.


CREW NOTICE.
N." "'.' < pz;ain. own-
k ):. .*; e. of the
S. '..: Tr : k s ros o'ilI
r,'-,, .s i.. l tr debti
': 'ra :'. ;. *i.';1 crew of


N. E ('LIA US EN.
SLBR. CO.. CAPt.


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For Rent.
The Wm. JohnsoM home on North
Palafox street. Tn rooms, steam
heat, and all modern conveniences. the
most desirable residence for rent in
the city. Can be leased for a term of
three years.
STORES AND OFFICES.
315' South Palafox, up-stairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 South Palafox.
207 East Government.
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LOW-
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


NORTH HILL PROPERTY.


Six desirable building lots at
$2,000.

EAS T HILL PROPERTY

A Nice Home, 505 E. Gadsden, 7 rooms at



SE OUm BOARD FOR "BARFAIN.

We Advertise Free.


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cash or or. time. A real bargain. Can
-- iommM.Hlva h' WAZ


-den St. i1sauglw"1


MONNYT LOkANM t all kinds of pet,
oas property o short notice
Ters easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs
28% South PalaoDz St., Phone 1144
5now


UNLIMITED AMuusLt Of monby to loa
0 eall kin"ads a peSW property.
90tlal rateeto bmutes m*a on large
loaa. The New Tek Loe Co., 204%
south Platm.


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SCircle, meets every Tharsday at 3 p
ashRmam's Paw Sho r. W Visiting sovereign cordially lovit-
402 S. PALAFOX ST. ed. MRS. M. B. OLSZN.
MONXW TO JOAN ON DIAMONDS LILLIE BRANUM. Guardian.
Wt e ma. Rings and ll kinds Clerk.
at eUatesal s eurity at loweet rate of
interest. BWgaMs In unredeemed
pledge .. M. E. B. A. No. 81 meet* frsgt ane
on o third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
$10 0 $ I n' 00 s nt'o f dm., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Inte*-
$ |600.00 and up.at 7 and 8 dencia Street.
p.&COL Intret1 Thos. C. Watson A. G FELL, Pres.
& Co. 6aug j. L SWEEN S&


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For Rent.
15 Normt Baylen .............. $a=)
Cottage on Bay Shore ........ 25.00
304 North Spring .............$25.00
HouSe near Perdido Wharf .... 20.00
21 West Romana ............ 20.00
314 East Strong ............... 17.50
105 East Romana ............. 17.30
806 West Main ....... ........ 1.00
Dwelling Near Stoddarts....... 12.50
813 North 7th avenue .......... S.00
211 N 9th Avenue .............. 10.00
MONEY TO LOAN AT THE LW.-
EST MARKET RATE OF INTEREST.


FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Sa.
Ph~ u 5?r COl.a.*gylN OF RENMS A PE014VZ i 200 S. PMfk.


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Cool, I


Summer


Wearables.


No store in Florida is bet-
ter prepared to meet the
demands of men for sum-
mer wear than the "Old
Reliable." A quarter of a
century's honest dealing
with every man has given
us a patronage of which
we are justly pround. If
you want


SHIRTS, HATS,
SHOES, TIES,
UNDERWEAR


or Suits, remember you get them
here, and always a dollar's worth
for a dollar."



John White
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205-207 S. Palafro
Phone 225.


CLASSES 4 AND 13


QADSDEN STREET SUNDAY
SCHOOL
...will run an....

EXCURSION
....to....

The Life Saving Station
For the Benefit of
THE DUBOSE MEMORIAL WINDOW

Tuesday, August 15.
The steamer "Rambler" will leave
its landing at 7:30 o'clock. Refresh-
ments at reasonable prices.
TICKETS, 25 CENTS.


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

Life Saving Station
....given by the....
LADIES' AID OF THE FIRST
CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

TUESDAY, AUG. 1s

The tug "Monarch" has been secur-
ed ann' will leave the wharf at 7 p. m.
sharp, returning in plenty of time to
catch the carp.


ADULTS, 35 CENTS
CHILDREN, - 25 CENTS


LAUNCH STEPHEN


CIT WHARF LAND6.


Open to charter by private parties
IOr fishing trips, bathing, or other
summer recreation.


Formerly ship's boat for Spanish
cruiser !sla de Luzon, one of Dewey's
prize captures.


REFRESHMENTS SERVED.


Has full canopy and is
portable boat in the bay.


most com-


MAX KLEIN, . OWNER.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
PHONES, 358 and 1070.


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CAPTAIN


BIEIIEREDIUNDSOW'S
LAUNCHES

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

"m be chartered' by the hour, day or
sek. Terms, reasonable.
Vaihing Tackle and Cooking Ute
t furnished if desired.


PHONE 20.


-t T. -iEE -M-KM
OWNER.


Wa yIo read The Journal's Wat
SmlomC this moral?


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"It is intesest'ng to state that of the lot 75 ft. by 200 ft. on Hard Road in Janeiso to Southern States Lumber
mosqukoes caught in this section of: Don't WMVor Sec. 32, Tp. 6, N. R. 30 W. Co. P
West Tampa, but comparatively fewos Morgan Moore to Octavia Burks, Santa Barbara, Port bk, Correia, j.4
were of the stegomyla variety, a larg- 11.00 and other considerations, lot 24, 632, Qporto to H. Baars & Co.
er number being of the genus anophe-1; a.. Drink blk. 103, EiatKing Tract. Thomas. Irt bk, Garro. 803, to C. B.
Ics (malaria mosquitoes.) This fact Calero.
is not altogether surprising, for Westj l FR a nooners
Tampa is a rural settlement and th' rlenIBty of MARINE BOILER R DonnR Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
stegomyia, which is a domestic mos- = P 165. 1Belize to master.
quito, has not as yet become thorough- = A ti F Hjinar, Am ech, Axelsen, 55, Key
ly domiciled in that suburb, while West to Gulf Transit Co.
anopheles, which is a country mon- = 'E Jennie S. Hall, Am scb, Watts, 388, C
quito. has not been driven back into One second-hand Clyde Marlen Boil. Boston to order.
.he brush. iUU er, 44 ft. in diameter, 56 ft. long, with Lassel, Am sch. Reynolds, 1225, BalJ
A daily medical i.apection, has been fifty-four 2 ft. tubs, diam. of'furnac timore to master. e c
made of the cordoned territory, that 20 ft., heating surface 115 square e Ne ld tt Atwood, Am sch, Watt.
the slightest rise. of .temperature in Price $150.00 here. Address, The 658, New York to order.
any of the occupants might be spe-el- t. Cypress Lumber Company, Apalachi- Ship.
I ty discovered, and as "suspects" place U Icola, Fla. Agobte Terrlzano, Ital ship, C-
ed under a mosquito. ba and watched. nerm;. Liverpool to waster.
It has now. .been. 23 .dys since th I
there have.beer. o further devop BANKRUPT SALE t chs results from a disord.
Italitn arrive in West Tampa, and S.ALE 8tcX he results froa discord. 5

there have .be o l o further deveop t- B t lUV A u" e r ed co idlion of the stomach and is
ments from. is case, therefore the quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-
State Heakh. Qlzer.. feels that the On Tuesday. August 22, the balance ach a ver Tablets. For sale by
rlanger peod of probable traiemlilon I n t Maret of the bankrupt stock of Peter Delano a ,llru s raetra.
from this the restrictions upon the people with afox St.
:n the cordoned dictriot may be safe- ug C. F. MABO9N, Receiver. NOTICE
ly removed. N luC E
Must Keep Vigilant -
"While congratulattag the people of Al CREW NOTICE. On account of sickness, Ihr. Woolen
Florida uft the atcees which has L W lIO r. ( Neither the captain, own- I" decided t) close up his carriage
attended this demonstration of the i era or consignees of the: And repair ghopl located on the corner
mosquito lw of yellow fever, trans- Port. Bk. Santa Barbara of Iq~edetola and Baylen streets.
mission, the Sftate Be)th Olcer ex- will be responsible fori These premises, and also the second
presses the hope that Phe lesson of S db contracted by the story tery occupied by Gonales's
the I- demt may be headedi by both crw of sa vessel. Cl ar etVr will be for rent foa the
stultary a di of the boarc and the A, W1O L WDL Mta~ m CA tRM A, l at oft ulw.- or .Mrther parti
Sphysiaao the t to th ead that BAAB CO., Captain. to b. C. Waton & Co,
with m am 11 111k as nhave WOOLgea. aet ,ugg


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NOT A SINGLE CAI

OF FBVBRIN FLOIDA ad
Country Fair WILl SOON
DR. PORTER IUES STATEMENT!AVAL TO l etc ParkM Fday, Aungt IL
REGARDING TRATYENT F Under the AuspICes ofnr
CASE AT WEST TAMPA .WHICH FOR PAT WEEK ElKftl Te 4i Shter s4 fl lLS
HAS NOW SEEN DMICHARGCD. ..LJt OF. SPO S ..
The followingIs is rOi te a844vana Foot ace fo Boys aiA Girls, Sack
Cotton Trade Journal d or last week' Race, Cibtaing Greasy P le, Cracker- . .
N. aval S tores NWevelnent. Estiadg tiontl. iadest it Pptplar Lady Passd. Jopilr Yesterday Aft
oheie is not al ande cas beef yel- o Turpentine--The rpoe4pt of TuI and eatlei an on-Grouinds, Beet Ladyy .
low fever in Floridaad as been only pentine were 5,307, gat 4,390 last and Gentleman Dancers, Skating Rink nn Shrtl AIft
one-that dsecovered at Wet Tam i. year, and 4,944 two ao. The (est skater.) .' "
who had gone th ere f New Orln exports were 18,713, iat 760 last eanut Hunt for, Children. 2 o'cloCk
e n awho isd 1 year, and 2,552 two year* 0. Finder, of Golden Ptanut, prise; I .
leans,and as it was promptly dis- recel ot e n /
coveredand as pr l screened ad The receipts for this eason arb inder of. most peanuts, prize; pea-
covered and as promptly screened and 102,157, against 90,5 I year, and nout. boody, prize . The big dredge Caucus, which left
I trea t-,, the fever w en t no furth er and big"d""g......swechr
hat. oe cse is no w ell and the 96,747 two years a. The export Sportd. begin promptly at 2:30 New York some days since, will soon
that onte co it nw ed here was for the season are IU 4, Plnat t *,'clock. reach Pensacola. She passed Jupiter
quar tement and t panic in e am-'888 last year, and 8,014 two yeaf Refreshments of all kinds will be yesterday afternoon shortly after 2!
pa. The Tribune tells of the case ago. served at city prices. Msic by Bar- c'eock, and this fact was communi-
n giv r. P^otes review of i1 Rosin-The receipts fI rosins the, rios's Orchestra. cated by wire to Captain Turtle at'
as follows:. past week were 15,874, aIflnst 14,269 Admielson, 25c; Children Under 12 Fort Barrancas, who is in charge of
as uio r.. last year, and 10.342 twr years ago, Years, Free. all harbor work at this port.
Quarantine Raited. The exports were 14,730, against 1,- -lectrtc cars every 30 minutes. Late The Caucus signalled to be reported
At 12 o'clock last niht every relm- 936 last year, and 18,70 two years dummy to the Navy Yard. The com- and this was done at once, the wire
nant of a quarantine was raised from mittee reserves -the right to refuse ad. reaching here late In the afternoon.
the previously infected yellow fever: The recipts for this season are n t
district In Wet Tampa, and the final 25458, g t 238,111 t yer. atnaleThe vessel s In command of Capt.
district In West Tampa, and the fnal 254.58, against 238,111 last year, and Frank M Dunn and nearly all of the
act of the little sensation was over. 200,60 two years ago. The exports cre are from Pensacola, where they
Two distinguished young physicians for this season are .10,41, aaibt er e signed by Captain Turtle before y i
from Alabama, Dr. W. H. Oates, of 215,198 last year, and 294,776 two lBp C TI St s the dredge was accepted by the gov-
Mobile and Dr. t, Goldthwalte, of., | *L Tn ILLO e.. nbent
i Montgomery, arrived in he city yes- The .edge will be givn a warm
Sterda morning under direction of Leen described a case of yellow evr M cMillan Bros. CO. eome wh she reaches this po
their state Health o-cer, Dr. Sander- early recognized may cease to cause as she was built for this harbor and
son. Neither Dr. Porter nor the local the unreasonable alarm and panic Manufacturers, b t Pensacolia
physicians were aware of the intended which in the past h always followed MOBILE, AMs manned by Pensacolians.
visit, which they stated w" an announcement of the dfoele and MOBILE, ALABAMA A Warning-- to Mothers
tigate the den ue fever In this city has unfortunately led to concealment of warning Mo
and West Tampa. elievlng firmly in first cases with a cqnsequent epidem- w Too much care cannot be used with
the policy of the tubest publicity, the is result. small children during the hot weather
local physicians. with Dr. Porter, ex- "The State Health Ocer wishes in J J of the summer months to guard
tended the visiting physicians all pos- this public manner to thank the citl- against bowel troubles. As a rule it
sible courtesies. zens of Tampa for the exhblitlon of 'Naval Stores Market. is only necessary to give the child a
They were taken to see a large perfect confidence J anifested at all Savannah, Gi., Aug. 14.-The naval dose of castor ol to correct any dis-
number of dengue cases yesterday. times in the ability of the State Health stores markett closed to-day as fto order of the bowels. Do not use any '.tI
They will be taken to see others to authorities to control the infection, loIt: substitute, but give the old-fashioned
day, and as long as they may desire, and for the coolne e and calmness wW .. ................. 5 cartor oil, and see that it is fresh, as
to investigate the situation, with which they attended to their WG ................. 4 86 rancid oil nauseates and has a ten-
Dh Porter's Statement. business. N...................... .. 45 dency to gripe. If this does not check
Following is a full statementissued Thanks The Pre. M ......................... 4 25 the bowels give Chamberlain's Colic
last night by Dr. Porter, reviewing the1 "To the press of Tmp grateful K ........................ .. 15 Cholera and Dierrhoea Ranedy and
yellow fever situation thoroughly: recognition is made f r a conservative I .......................4... 12% then a dose of castor oil, and the dis-
"Tampa, Fla.. Aug. 12.-To the Pub-' statement of facts as they existed at H ......................... 10 ease wi l be checked in its incipiency
lic:-It is gratifying to state that the all times. The trutl was told with- G ......... .......... 4 "05 to 4 10 and all danger avoided. The castor
case of yellow fever in the Italian out attempting to belittle the gravity p .. .. .. ... 95 ol and this remedy should be procured
who secltly came to West Tempa of the situation on the qne hand and E ............. ... ........ 3 85 at once and kept ready for Instant Ioe
from New Orleans on the twentieth without exaggerating 9a &he pthV. o D ......................... 3 45 as oon a the first indication of any
of July. and whose illness was an- the wholesome advle of "the prsas of C 3 30 bowel trouble appears. This is the,
nounced as soon as discovered by the the city is in a great measure due the Spirits Turpentine' 60-% cents. most successful treatment known aund
State Health authorities, is now well. successful management of a dlilcrlt may be replied upon with implicit con-
The infection has been restricted to proposition without friction and with.- fidnce even in cases of cholera infan-
Iim alone ani was not transmitted out dispute. That the has h it t Ttuan. For sale by all d:uggists.
either to those of the same household, no time during the past two Ieeks an
ures were taken to separate the other thought has been doe tp the persist- JIL LUE I L S
j:embers of his family, although all ent effort of the pr to t~ cl the
of them were non-immune to the dis- people the mosquito law o ylow
case. The altertness of Dr. Chas. W. fever transmission, with advice to fol-
Bart lett, the agent of the State Board low carefully and rtnutely Instruc-
ci Health for Hillsborough county, tloes made by those who under the Cleared.
who, in a surnrislng method of detec- statute are charged with the manage a fr Gracia, Span ss, Ruiz, 2122, for Liv-
tire skill. trrr-ted this case out from ment of incidents of this kind. Real estate Itanfers for the week erpool, with 318,000 s ft lumber, 4,947
an overheard conversation; his imI JOSIPH T. POIRTR ending August. 12, furnished by L. S. square bales cotton, 2,000 Tbs. cotton-i,
mediate screening of the patient and State Health Offler. Brown & Co., real esta-e agents: seed meal, 28 hhds. lead tobacco, 131 *
destruction of mosquitoes in the pat- John unday to Antonio Bisazza; bbls. soap stock, 5,000 pcs oak staves,
lenats room, and in the entire ouse - $650.00, E 88 ft. lt 8.nd W. 4 ft. lot Elswick Park, Br ss, Mills, 2108, for, 1
contributed to isolating this one im-; CII iG U WAfl lt 7. blk. 38 Donaldsol act. London, with bunker coal. 1
ported case of yellow fever and to'U ,L im J. C. Nichole to Clara L. Ray; $1.00 Oartha. Span as, Johnson, 541, ror i
destroying the iecto in thorViWg&U 9and otier conaideratto:s, SE% of N Paysander with 355,000 s ft lumbe:, L
destroying the fecton n the origl- Need not be sick any logr, for in W Sec. 4, TR. 5 N. R. 32 W. 13,892 pe pickets. 1
"The mosquito law of transmission'the Blttera they can nd sure cure. A. T. Lee to Wm. Keenan; $150.00; Wesley S., Am. sch.. Williams, 8, 2
of vello.w fr hasbeen well demon. It is compounded especially for such SW% of NWY, Sec. 14, Tp. 3 N. R. for Bayou Leccne, I., in ballast 2
of yellow feve' has been well demon- tilments as women and girls are sub- 33 W. 1 -" -
strated in this case, and if the patient c to
had been caught n theet t. Wpeny o tf w S. Glast o W Ben4tt; $450, VESSBL8 IN "ORT. 3
his attack the State Health Officer' Hr lot, blk. 19, K ract 4 teamhlpe. *
would not have had the slightest hes-OST Isaiah Spears to Hale Wilson; Blakemoor, Br as, Bruhn. 2408, H
wol nt ha d the s e s11t tlO5.00 and other considerations, lots Speia to Pensacola Lumber Co. i
tance in assure in the public from theRS 21 and 22. blk. 28, W.'KIng Tract. Bruno Menzell, Ger ss, Frederick-I E
ery it moment, that ith ther mea I Philis Smith to Isaah Spears; $s1 sen, New Orleans to the W. S. Keyser0 P E
ures which were taken, there would -s a perfectly safe medicine and has and other consmldratIdni; all interest Co. O '
not be another case, and that the pub- restored thousands of women to ro- In. lots 21 and 22, blk. 28, W. King Cartha, Br so, Johnson, 541, la-
lic mind might rest with that assur-; 1.ust health who suffered from Tract. vans to Export Lumber Co. 5
ance. Monthly Irregulartied, Backache, Di.- J. 0. Jennings to T. R. Anderson; Diulce, Br as, Harrison, 1285, Farol
Destroying Moequitoes. ziness, Fainting 8pel, Indigestion or $850.00, lots 21 and 22, blk. 38, W. to J. A. Merritt & Co.
"But. because the case of the Ital- Dyspepsia. Try it today. King Tract. Gracia, Span ss, Ruiz, 2122, Tampa, V
ian was not discovered until he was in James W. Emmons to Nicholson to Gulf Transit Co. .
the fourth dan if his illness, when he illlllltliiitll Lumber and Stave Co., $200.00, 12 Gustav Adolph, Swed ss, Sjoberg,
ad been and tn was e greatest s in Sec. 2, Tp. 3 N. R. 31. W. 146, Sydney to H Bars & Co.
period d of infectivity, the State Health = F. C. Brent, Trustee,t'i Thomas Ne-. Hermice, Aust ss, Hreglich, 2614 .'""
authorities took most active measures U1 S well; $1.00 and other considerations, Port Tampa to Gulf Transit Company.
;on secure the destruction of any ofthe I |Ura M lots 6 to 9, blk. 126, East King Tract. Homewood, Br sas, Jorgensen. 1263,
stegtomvia mosquitoes which may have i IIIII Wm. H. Knowles to Thos. Newell; Pomaron to oroer. SC's
bitten him during the arst three days JiIf WTIUIU s $1.00 and other considerations, same Nokomis, Am ach, Sperry, 245, Car- "
of his illness, before they became in-1 property, denas to order.
festible to the human, about the 12th Jas. C. Watson. Trustee, to Thos. Pensacola, Am us, O'Leary, 1086, 1
day, and might be in hiding about the 1 = Newell, $1.00 ard other considerations New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.
l':emise3 in -he immediate vicinity of E f f same property. Queenswood, Br ss. Neville, 1694, *
tne house where the patient was sick. Ann Condon to D. Hale Wilson, $500 Philadelphia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
."Accbrdlngly it wa, at once deter- f. 24 ft. lot 2 W. 28 ft., 6 inches, lot Simoside, Br ss, Robso, 1856, Sun- *
mined to extend the cordon of obser- = 1 and of N. 11 ft. of lot 2, blk. 13, derland to Rix M. Robinson. L
ration of persons, to include an area Maxent Tract. Soperga, Ital ss, Gustavino, Balti-
of three hundred feet square, in which C. H. Edgar to M. E. Davis, $1.00 more to Gulf Transit Co.
were located other houses, about 90 in 51 and other considerations, lots 6 to 17, Tapton, Br as, Sanderson, 2300,
number. These houses were, for theis -- D. Hale Wilson to Seraphine Cook, Tenereiffe to J. A. Merritt & Co
greater portion, occupied by non-lm-. blk. 70, W. King Tract. Belmont num- Teleatora, Span ss Bengoa, 291".
mune persons t3 yellow fever. They'- s being. Liverpool to Pensacola Lumber Co.
were all screened to prevent the en- 2 $33.00, N. 30 ft. lot 4, blk. 52, Dallas Viacolna, Br as, McArthur, 140O,
trance of mosquitoes, and were fum- 5U V ll Tract. Norfolk to F. O. Howe & Co.
igated twice daily to kill any mosqui- Anna H. Goles to Lee Danlell, $1.00 Bar,..
toes which might have gotten In after- ; and other considerations, lot 11, blk. Hudson, Nor bk, Knud.-en, 771, Lon-
nightfall and before daylight. 74, New City. don to order.
Few Stegmylas There. H. H. Renftre to A. F. West, $75.00, Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio


CORDIALITY.


SOUTHERN HOTEL.


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


A HARD HIT"
We Have Knocked The Bottom Out J
$1.00, 5.CO, $10.00 will buy more Groceries than
ever before. Compare prices;
7 pounds Granulated Sugar ..................................$140 4-
9 pounds Y. C. Sugar ................ .......................1.00
Vh le Barrel, beet Patent Flour .................... .......... .75
4alf Barrel best Patent Flour .................................. 30 .0
6 pounds lard .............................................. .....1.00
0 pounds Best Rice .......................................... $1.00
25 pounds No. 2 Rice ..................................... 1.00
0 pounds Cracked Rice .......................................S. .00
lams, good quality, per pound ................................. .1
lams Best quality, per pound .................................. 4
lams, Pic Nic ..................... ........................... .09
Eggs, Tenn., 5 dozen lots .................................... $1.00
Eggs, Country, 6 dozen lots ...................................00
PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING, GOOD FOR ONE WEEK.
We have a thousand other just such bargains, too nunipr;. .
mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage of ':...
ow cash prices.
QEO. W. PR YOR & SONS
127, 129, 131, 133 East Government Street,
Telephone-Produce Dept, 29. Grocery Dept., 223.


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NE ARE GROWING BIGGER i
HAVE OUTGROWN OUR BABY CLOTHES AND OPENED A

)own-Town Office and Builders' Supply Depot
WHERE WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU CALL BE-
FORE PLACING YOUR ORDER FOR BUILDING MA.
TRIAL OF ANY DESCRIPTION. WE ARE TO-DAY
UNPACKING A
CAR LOAD OF PAINT
and want your business. Prompt attention to all -na 1]
orders.

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Phone 717.


Florida.


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John Maney.


Jackson Brandon.


T. D. Adam-


Pensacola Electrical Company
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
or. Intendenoca sad Bel' """I.
Baylen Sta. 7.
No job to big or small for u We do work In any pa rtVi ''L
ity and also outside the city.

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rHE USE OF GAS FOR COOKING


IS SAFEM CLEAN AND ECONOMICAL
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Tr US frSTALL A FmN ECLIPSE "
GAS RArGE TO-DAY.


"N ACOLA OAS CO.
Phboe 148.


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Suppse You Should Die?I
HAYRIYOU MADE PROPER PREPARATION FOR
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Ht CARE OP YOUR FAMILY? THERE IS NO
Trr *I WAY THAN Y

A Policy Jn THE EQUITABLE

IDfur.mle* Knowles Bros. G='
Firt, UIW g Pelnsacola.





The Union Central Life

has a lower dmath rate, lower expense rnte, and hblob
Itrest rte thea any company doing business li Florid
It should be easy for yoa to decide the ret.

N. & WilIamm General Agent i



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Iron Works and Supply Co. .
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or light. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dos., .us ?
Chains of all descriptions.
Offce Phone 123. PHIL WITrMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.


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