The Pensacola journal
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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 22, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Albert Dockstader.
Agnes 'Sullivan.
Gertrude Shay.
James Cairns.
Phelix Cairns.
Phelix Hughes.
Alfred Jackson, motorman.
Loaded with passengers,
them women and girls, thi
turning from Columbia Gar
struck by the end of a fret
on the railroad tracks nortl
Butte. Anaconda and Pac
ana' crushed beneath the weil
freight car, killing nine an
injuring one and perhaps
Numerous others were slig
and were taken to their he
treatment, their names at
being unobtainable That n
not killed is miraculous, for
dent occurred with a sti
that precluded any hope of e
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New Yor, Aug. 21.-A glance at .
WILL BE KEPT TO PREVENT IN- he th el register thronged restau-
FECTION NEXT YEAR. rants and cafes, streams of theatre-
goers and countless sightseeing vehi-
eles show that there are more visitors
In New York at the present time than
By Associated Prs. a any corresponding period in years.
;: ..-.;,. *-~4 *af -M*L Nearly every one of the ninety large
hotels devoted to the accommodation
N. w Orleans. Aug. 21.--Fol- j of transient visitors, in which there
:, :,g it the official report to 4 is a total of more than 21,00 rooms, l114 5s
-x clock this evening: ; s killed to its capacity, ana so are the
Nw cases 61; total cases to ;c mighty apartment hotels, same class, CriH OT )
1,44 *l where there are about 20,000 rooms. 4 M COL
a',hs today 9; total death lit is estimated that in these 170 cars- E ME COL
S date 205. vaasaries alone something like 100000ooo COLD "/iTi
N. foci 16: total foci n2. i have been received in the last week EV-Ry !r
Sa-v,' under treatment 328. Uad the extent to which this kind of \ V
a' travel is growing is indicated by the q R1 WAV 1
...... --- l...p...I 1 fact that south of One Hundredth s ARy.
Street about 1.600 more rooms are be-
Sileans. Aug. 21.-T'ere was made ready. Many of the hotel
-a Monday increase today, both patrons are foreigners, but the great
majority are Americans who have
-.* and new cases but hoeu come to "see New York."
untinaed to prevail at the fed- All the railroad line having terml-
S!:aiquarter. The varationt als ton New York have been dong an
:.umber of deaths wn w a e O se- llSr0telharly lge business this
nummme and the oacal moy the vdol-
: rolotecl condittloL e has been o ing yw after ye m.
: redel uathoerties have mt Whft the bomewrd rih ft ea- 1f
- --ched a point where they ae sre eamty and moamtnn begins
to propbecy the complete ex- about the rst week n Beotember,
a on of yellow fever before fot they will all put on extra trains.
tht they have reason to pre- A
a serious epidemic is noL INDIANS WANT A
.;hiE, peas and unusual pre-r
,"--"r' l, SEPARATE STATE Nine Killed and
A-ii be taken to prevent the
of fever next spring. It
*iimonstrated that the steg- COll
-nruates and a vigilant watch vB Af -ciatsd Pref. COIS
: as the winter passes for Muscogee, I. T, Aug. 21.-The chief.
,... anywhere in the sooth tancy of the ave civilized tribes met
such cases appear a mod- here in convention today to decla-e By Associated Press.
.en will control the situa- for separate statehood fo- Indian Ter- Butte, Mon., Aug. 21.-Nine persons
a;,-,',ite certainty. rliory. The convention was called to were killed, one fatally injured and
v". a death today at the make and adopt a coastittion. Itl about thirteen more or less injured in
S : 'a! and another at the is probable the actual work will be:a collision between a street car filled
S . v St. Ann street, delegated to a committee authorized with returning merry-makers Trom the
o .. .t. cases have been to submit a constitution to the people Columbia Gardens, and a freight train
a*'. T 'wse are the only fc- ratification. on the Butte, Anaconda and Pacice
'n-,; utin outside of the' railway last night.
:~" I:-i "als. where fev- | af Thc Dead.
'-r po*;rted. | IUI r LLL I MAGGIE HARRINGTON, aged 19.
Sr ,', \.vwr was discov- Butte.
":. Criminal Cou'' REGULAR SURGON U AD JOHNON. aged 19, Butte.
S :: .- ,? prisoners in theU MRS. JACOBS, colored, Butte.
T:. ::. arrested Satrr- MAGGIE KEEFE, aged 19, Butte.
o': ;: .: o,,.r Sunday. The By Aoclaltd Prws. MISB HAUGHTON, aged 14, Butte.
S. Chicago, Aug. 21.-The Automobile MRS. 8ADIE SMITH.
club of Oak Park, a suburb, has taken Unidentifled man and woman, both
MfrC. VOUNi I^ Uthe precautionary measure of electing, at the bntn undertaking rooms.
SphU G H LD ician as one of the regular .rI Unknown man.
fliers, and it is not unlikely that '.he oThe Injdmy.
oR TH SHG er clubs may ollow the example. HaUrry. ndley.
7he "official surgeon" always will be Jose Kennedy.
ready with linlments and bandages to Lennie Burdes.
By Associated Pres. care for the members on their many
S21.-1-When Mrs. pilgrimages. He will accompany he
S,:.,: fnrn~cr: -of Wino- club on its "runs" nd when it takes SS LS R
h, .h Mrs. Katherine part in parades, he wll be in constant VESSELS ROM
-*i ajr>,n cS tt. attendance.

i11-Ite at Qiur-
S!- was arraign-
Sm (, magis-
,','-:rod :o be fully pos-
.ac,.; es. The prisoner
3 J ear:ir in the day from
.'i:'.o. -whcrt the physicians

-'he tl howed no signs of
S 7 aie n,apis*rate held Mrs. Sy ANA Pr-.
'' baf. ur further exami- St. Louis. Am& 21.-HR H ousack,
convicted of the murdr of hista ther-
a' :h- wounded woman. tn-law, was hanged bere today. Hou-
a l.a~r.g a fair chance sack maintained kt fU oceaoe eatil
The bulle" from Mrs. +he last moment, and the wife and
i imbedded in her daughter of the executed man remain-
'urreons have not yet ed Arm in their belef that the hua-
'f for it. band and father was the vrctim of

Lunatic Twice Strapped

Himself to Engine Pilot

B, Amociated P~s Connelly. He aid be had been trying I
S \ Aug 21.-Whea the to cape from physical at Plai-
:reight train r view, and that his d th L was in an
right train r ns asylum-
:' :.nto Brmrwlek to- Nothing ae than this oald he be b
he station platform induced to ay. TIBe mua was put on 1
a: thc spectacle of a the next trail ra waet the train-
'. down to the pilot of men promfisi i to ke Id to Hot
Sd'neg and foaming at Sprigs and to Pat htIm i a hospital
;:.clnConious ana appare- tre. L ttle a a was aid to
lm hy the th M i- at Atklnso
': as a P ranger and th e was again mtd J- l l t he
:id offer no explM atlek oaie pilot leding sard demi at
Seame from or b he the e moth am n@ elom It s a-
'rapped to the pilot. peed that he mi t have tie himself
'us stranger waa c to the plot, a he efers an
,1. *. pilot and carried t ,I-ana..L S. the a lM" He has
.:or. i regmiaed oinma-f bem iaken f to Met Sr h
and &a%. %he name of t men

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Baron Kanko, Special

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*-.r ment o Agriculure ofr ne uLm UBy Assocated Press
I ^ .s'^,S ,. States, under the care of a physician, Portsmouth Aug. 21.-The situation
"- who has forbidden him to attend to b'"s here regarding peace negotiations may
Viln~ today made a statement to the b summed up in this sentence: The
^ h F Associated Press denying the charges Emperor's answer to M. Wltte's co-
S that he made the estimate of ootton municatton of yesterday embodying
acreage lower than reports from offi- he suggestion of President Roosevelt,
cial reporters warranted. He said is still awaited and is not expected be
of township and county correspon- The object of the President, of.
dents employed by the bureau can the clally described by a competent au.
department's acreage and crop re. thority, is to prolong the negotiations
ports be kept from becoming a laugh- and thus prevent an immediate rap-
Ing stock. Failure of the Board of tre. Beyond this there is no cial
Estimate to recognize the varying de- information.
y -f greesofreliability which characterie M. Witte this morning denied that
the reports of different classes of cor- the President had proposed that the
respondents would inevitably destroy existing differences be submitted to ar.
the value these reports for statistical bitraton. The President's position is
purposes, delicate and what he has done is de.
clared to be unoffciaL His action will
SUPR DDM FI F onot appear in the meetings of the
OVU REM L LODGL plenipotentiaries at this juncture, al
S. though each side is probably fully ap.
E K OP COLORED K. OF P. pref i
1"* ." 8yV PN -EXP(O& .iS RHAE.. -.,. 4-
SiBy Asclad Pre -s OF NE4OTIAT1O*
Pittsburg, Aug. 21.--The 12th blen- -
Snial session of the supreme lodge, Oyster Bay, Aug. 21.-An unexpected
colored Knights of Pythias of North ed phase of the peace negotiations de.
grmi South America. Europe, Africa, veloped today In the arrival here of
ure By Au-t la, the Hawaiian Islands and Baron Kaneko, special representative
the Vest Indies, convened here today, in this country of the Japanese govern-
The organization was formed forty- ment, for a conference with the Pres-
Train nd street Car two years ago as an off shoot of the dent. Baron Kaneko was with the
Train ana d SbL e. _,a white fraternal society of the same, President forty-five minutes. Both de.
name. It has a membership of more lined to discuss the conference, but
than 60,000 persons, in which are 'n-l Baron Kaneko denied that he was the
young girls and seven of these were eluded many of the leading educators financiall representative of his govern-
killed, the other two victims being professional and otherwise prominent ment. He intimated that Japan might
men. men and women of the race. Regard a proposition from Russia fat.
Protruding. from beneath the bot- Today was largely devoted to ex- orably and said he believed it would
tom of the mass of twisted and broken ecutive session. On Friday supreme be better determined what course
timbers were the feet and lower limbs officers will be elected and the loca-; would be followed when rthe plenlpo.
of several persons. The limbs were tion for the next convention will be tentiaries meet tomorrow afternoon.
many of manly crushed and the feet of a woman selected. Elaborate arrangements i
e car re- were almost completely severed just have been perfected for entertaining. FINAL COMMUNICATION
lens, was above the ankles. Her agonizing the members. TO RUSSIAN ENVOYSt
eight train screams could be faintly heard, but
h of the as the remainder of the body was ob- St. Petersburg, Aug. 21.-The Rao
Ific depot scored from view it was impossible TWO YOUNG MEN an government's final communlca
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ngh of one
id fatally
htly hurt
homes for
this time
nore were
the acci-
escape for
e car.
nen and

Southern League.
By Associated Pren. In Atlanta: New Orleans-Memphis,
Jacksonville, Aug. 21.-Dr. J. Y. no game. Teams delayed by railroad
Porter, State Health Ofeer, today re- wreck.
oelved from Surgeon General Wyman Montgomery 1. Atlanta S.
orders to pay special attention to ves- Nashville 5, Birmingham 1.
aels from Colon, Panama as condi At Chattanooga: Shreyeport 6.
tions there prevent making vessels Lttle Rock 3.
absolutely sate. On arrival they '
should be disinfected and held five, American League.
full days thereafter, in addition to the' Cleveland 0, Washington 9, (flrst
disinfection at Colon. game.)
Cleveland 2. Washington 1. (second



By Asselated Presa
Washington, Aug. 21.-The Census
Bureau to-day issued a supplemental
report on cotton ginned from the crop
of 1904, showing the total growth, as
Ized by gi ners, as 13,693,279 bales.
roed bales being counted as half

Detroit 0, Boston 3, (first game.)
Detroit 6, Boston 0. (second game.)
Chicago 3, New York 5.
St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 4.

National League.
New York 10, Pittsburg 2.
Brooklyn 2, Chicago 12.
Boston 1, t. Louis 0.
Philacalphia 1, Cincinnati 5.
South Atlantic League.
Jacksonville 7, Charleston 0.
Columbia 4, Macon 3.
Augusta 9, Savanah 1.

tIo IUtnUtiJ LtUe Vctilm.
The train which struck the street
car was composed of fourteen freight
cars being pushed& east on the tracks
by a Butte, Anaconda and Pacific an-
The street car approached from
the south. Conductor Hoagland says
he was on top of the train with a
lantern and warned the motorman,
but the latter put on speed ana' at-
tempted to cross ahead of the train.


By Associated Press.
Jacksonville, Aug. 21.-The fight be
tween the Union Carpetters and
Builders' Eechange became more seri-
ous this morning .when the Structural
Builders Trades Alliance decided to
call out all men on structural work
employed by :the Builders' Exchange.
More than a thousand men are affect-
Sed by the order.



By Aseoiated Pre.
New York, Aug. 21.-Mrs
Dodge, the poetess, editor
Nichola r aasagine since Its
tion in 1873 and author of c
stories, died at Ber summer
near TanneravRle, T. I, to-da
Shad bees Il for wPseW al mnti


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tion to M. Witte, outlining the courp
RE DROWN he shall pursue at the peace e
L ence tomorrow, is still being put Into
cipher before being forwarded to
By Associated Press. America. St. Petersburg leaves the
Chicago, Avg. 21.-A dispatch to the final word with her representatives at
Tribune from Geneseo, Ill., saya: Portsmouth.
Herman Mehn, of Molln, and Ben
Broukas, of Osco, camping at Rock JAPANESE GETTING
tver, were drowned. In company with READY TO DEPART
two young women they went out row-
ing. Thinking the water shallow they Portsmouth, Aug. 21.-The Japanese
threw the young ladies overboard. In today notified the firm from which
scrambling back the girlss-threatened they rented a combination safe for the
to throw the young men out. The cipher papers at the hotel to take out
young men jumped into the water 15 the safe and render their bill this aof
feet deep and were drowned. ternoon.

General Strike Has Been

Proclaimed in Poland

By Associated Press.
Warsaw, Poland, Aug. 21.-A gener-
al strike has been proclaimed through-
out the land as a protest against the
disregard of the rights of Poles in the
scheme for representation in the Na-
tional assembly. The strike began
here to-day.
Eighty socialists carrying arms, at

tempting to enter the city, were g
posed by a c'etschment of OsinkLa.
Eight socialisists were killed and tl
rest were arrested.
Employees of the factories at Wh
saw, Lodz and Poblance have a
the strike and several railroads li
suspended- service.

Immense Reception to Taft

and Party by Sultan of Su0 -i>

orenua- By Asmociated Pres tureaqae. In the afternoon thle.w-
cottage Joo, Aug. 18, via Manla, Ang. 21.- araba and bbtll 40ts
ay. She (Delayed in transmiLsson.)-Sere.- Secretary Taft anld Miss IUs- i-
s. ary Taft and party arrived bife at we= prresMted with Mny i M .
S -"eats by tb"RaI n who -o
noon and immediately proceeded to the Bd l .n marriae to M-i
parade ground. to witnesS an efbor-0 and would- maz her Ib ael.e
ate program arranged for their enter- BDulau -hitPoig-y a1 t
tainmeat. The sultan of Bi with pie d.rel bt rt I tt
htis retinue, and other More ,d4litariss While te htt
ocupie4 eats on th .ra rWiaWd 0BrIen. j W I
.. along with P. cretaty, aft ar h seied wih ltL
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Thouaands of Mdro rMaeats of t a
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Of all the diseases known. with whiah
the female orgaais is ariMbtd, klle
dinas is th e m ist nl, d tint
bo5 thatthisdisease iso theL waur
muog womes.

Unless early and correct treatment i
applied the patient seldom survives
whoea ee the disease is fastened upon
ber. Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is the most eficient treat-
ment for kidney troubles of women,
and is the only medicine especially
prepared for this purpose.
When a woman is troubled with pain
o weiht in loins,-backaehe, frequent,
painful or scalding urination, swelling
of limbs or feet. swelling under the
eyes. an uneasy, tired feeling in the
region of the kidne sor notices a brick-
dust sediment in the urine, she should
lose no time in commencing treatment
with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. as it may be the means of
saving her life.
For proof. read what Lydia B. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound did for Mrs
4"I cannot expren the terrible sufarng I
had to cidur. A derangement of tbo female
orgaz developed nerron protratia and a
wrious kidney trouble. The doctor attmded
m for a yar. but I kept etting worse until
I was uib to do anythn, ad Imade up
jny mind I could not five. I finally
to try Lydia E. PinkhamikVegetale Com-
pond asa laht resort and I am toay awev
woman. I cannotprai Ittoohighly, and I
tell evry suff'eriug woman about my m.I-
Mr. Emma Snwyer, Coyrs, Ga.
Mrs. Pinkham gives free advice to
women ; address in coadorew~ Iqaa,


There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Fednes.
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
at. Z. W. ROBRTS,.
W. L. DELAY, PresidenL
Pensacola Lodge No. K. of P
meets every Monday evening at 8:0
o'edoe at their Castle Hall. Blonat
Watson buildiy, corner Palafox and
Garde streets Visiting brethren corw
dlly welcome t.
I. HOR8LEI. K. of a. & a.
S Rathbone Lodge No
0S K. of P., mees every
Tk rsday evening at 8:0t
o'clock In their Ca
h!1, third Coor. Blount-
Wptsoa building, asoth,
wt corner Palafo and

C. J. Levy. of R. &t
Knights of Columbus.
SMeetings of the
Knights of Columbus
as- held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intendes-
ena street, on every
Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. An ia-
v!tation is extended
to visiting Knights.
3DM. FOX. Grand Knigt.
PensaceaS LeOg.e Na 4 10. 0 p F
Pensacola I dge No. A. L 0. 0. .
nects every Thursday evening at 7:3'
at thef uew hall on West Uarie
tree. Visiting bretbren eorday
Invited. T. 0. STINSON,
B. R. WITKOV8KI. Beertary.
Waoul Lodge No 10, Rebekth Slb
tars aeets every Maday night at
S o'dcik is L 0. 0. I. BaIL. Wj.
Ialg sisters cordially itnvted to 's
Uive Oak Camp No 1. W. 0. W.
meets In Pythian Hall It and 3re
Wednesdays in each moath. Visiattl
m reigna cordilly tllted.
ESLEL E. BROOkth Clerk.
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets lrst anC
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m. Ra ord Hall, No. 10 West late-
deacia Street.
Jd.L SW3BB. Sen.

Lodge Directory................
Oak Grove Lodige. No. 4, Woodmen
Circle. meets every Thnrsday night at
7:$0 o'clock. =0% Salisbury Building.
West Government S:. Visiting sov.
e*i(nps cordially invited.
MRS. W. A. SMITH, Clerk


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CWTr nl AimRsing hcripun

of Tmblsm Insect B an

Ocala Wi .
A corespondent of the Ocala Star
furnishes the following interesting
and amusing article upon the mos-
quito question:
"In view of the rapid increase in
New Orleans of that lutesceat calen-
ture superinduced by the hunker of the
btegomyia fasciata and taking into
consideration the calescence of the
Governors of Louisiana and Mississip-
pi, whose conversation differs so
greatly from that of the genial-hearted
Governors of the two Carolinas, the
scribe again rises to remark.
"Imprimis, these little lectures .u
words of one syllable are designated
principally for the edification of the
young. Too deeply do we realize the
hopelessness of trying to change the
life-formed views of the aged upon the
significance of the deadly cimex or
the blood-thirsty stegomyla. For did
they not find the cimex and stegomyia
like the annual visitation of chills and
fever, the liquor traffic and a few other
of the many evils to which flesh is
heir here when they came? So It Is
to the youthful we offer the words of
warning Then, gentle readers, lis-
ten to the scribe, for his words are
as goods and as nails fastened by the
masters of assemblies.
"Ergo as a toxophilite of the idea of
tender age, let me call your attention
to the frightful culex causing so much
trouble and so many quarantines just
at present.
The Insect Decribed.
"The stegomyia fasoiata is a small
affair with long sprawing legs, a big
appetite, a slender body, an elongated
proboscic, a capacity for humanblood
truly astonishing and a special adap-
tation for the promulgation of yellow
fever germs. Yellow fever, accord-
ing to Webster, whose use of words Is
as good, we believe, as any one we
know, is a malignant, contagious, feb-
rile disease of warm clamates, etc.
But let us not distress. The stegom-
yia fasciata is a trifle more particular
in her dress (I say her for it is the
representative Of the gentle sex that
does the damage to the epidermis and
inoculates the more minute blood ves-
sels with the "germ aforesaid) than
the other mosquitoes. She wears from
the c-own of her head to the daintiest
tip of her furthest toe a sober suit
with glaring white stripes. And so
you see by their suit we may knew
"Now, let us look for a few mo-
ments into the culture of this inter-
Esting insect. What Josh Billings
said about dogs is equally true about
the stegmoyla. He says no family is
so poor they can't own one dog and
some families are poor enough to own
five or six. Even so with the stegom-
yia. She is not proud, but will honor
the home of the poor and needy just
as though they were rlch.,She shows
no race prejudice, devoting as much
attention, or more to the humble Ital-
ian, or the haughty descendant of old
Hispana, as she does to the free and
independent citizen of the United
States. She pays no attention to so-
cial distinctions, dining Just as readi-
ly with a drummer as a longshoreman.
What c. lesson do we gain from this.
See the sweet impartiality of the steg-
"But you will say, my young friends,
how can we raise these gentle crea-
tures? The process is simple, a rain
barrel, an old tin can, an open cistern,
a neglected bowl of water, says the
scientist, affords a home.
"The stegomyla is easily tamed.
They can be taken right into the home
and become the most faithful atten-
dants for the children. As they are
a trifle coquettish, possibly a femi-
nine trait, they seem to enjoy their
food more when they have to go
through a -osquito bar to get it. Too
much sunshine is not good for them
and it is generally best to keep one or
two corners of the room dark enough
.o give them protection. There is
realty no reason why every family
should not add this specie of culet to
the household supply."

Asthma 8uffererse should Know This.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that were con.
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-
ing, 701 West Third Street. Davenport,
Iowa, writes: "A severe cold contracted
twelve y(rs ago whs neglected until it
finally grew into asthma. The best
medical skill available could not give
me more than temporary relief. Foley's
Ho(ey and Tar was recoula eded and
one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me
of asthma which had been growing on
me for twelve years, an If 1 had taken
it at the start I would have been
saved years of suffering" W. A.
D'Alemberte, drggist and apothecary.

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Hendrit & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painttin
and give personal attention to work.
9 L Strong, and 824 East LaRna
MeKsasle Oerttn & Co, wholesale
sad retail ship chandlers and grocery
the only rst-class bhoas of the kItd
it Peeasacsa, Fair prices to anll
Why use laerior paper, whe pyo
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Thompeor's, 30 8. Palato.
ser'sa e*tacts are the Stadard.
omarmsami ra ll others ar
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-a. -J-rea -- T Nldp
Is ned-with poinaems- wafitndsaia
outlet through the ulcer, te i mnud.
lg pa~ ~bco disease cud the-
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Salves, powder, pasters, et., do ao
good, and the sferer gets d sed d
often despair ofcuiaga n oldnm. The
trouble is theblood and untilthe poism-
ous matter that is eepingup the lcer is
driven out the place enmthe aL 8. 8.
reaches old sores Uthrgh the blood
by removing ,ery particle of poola or
Impurity from the cirulation aad build-
ng up the system. It makes theblood
healthy ma that
as it circulates
to the diseased
parts the tisses
Share rtMengtl-
Scoed and the
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naturally and
permanently. If you have an ead se
or ulcer do not waste time with salves,
powder, plasters, etc., but write for our
boo ad ask for any medical advice yo
wish. We make no charge for either.


An Ordinance nrantihg to the Pensa
cola, Alabama A Western Railroad
Company, Its Sucoesser and A.
signs the Right of Way Through,
Over, Along and Acroes Certain
Streets in the City of Pensasol and
Certain Rights in and to Certain
Property In Said City and in the
Water Front Therein;
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
City Council of the City of-Pensacola,
Section 1. That there be, and is
hereby granted, to the Pensacola, Ala-
bama & Western Railroad Company, a
corporation of the State of Florida, its
successors and assigns, the right of
way for railroad tracks and the right
to own, construct, maintain, operate
and run, by steam or electricity, loco-
motives, engines and cars thereon,
over, along, across and through the
following named streets to-wit: Begin-
ning where a prolongation in a straight
line of Oliva Street would reach the
northern boundary of the City and
thence southward to, along and
through said street to the pier head
line in the water front established by
the United States Government: Be-
ginning at the western border of the
city limits at Pettersen's Addition on
Eighth Street, thence to First Avenue,
thence north from intersection of
First Avenue and Eighth Street along
First Avenue to Romana Street, thence
east on Romana Street to Coyle Street,
thence down Coyle Street to the
pier head line established by the
United States Government: from the
said Romana Street line down Donel-
son Street to said pier head Hane: from
its said line on Romana Street down
any street selected by it between Dol-
elson Street and Pensacola & Perdldo
Railroad to the shore of the bay with
the right to make spur tracks front%
the line on the vsid street so selected
to and into any blocks lyine on either
side of said street: from its line at the
intersection of Donelson and Cedar
(Streets across Clubbs, Oliva, "B,"
Alston and "C" Streets to McClellan
Street and thence along McClellan
Street to a connection with the Pensa-
cola & Perdldo Railroad: from its line
op Donelson Street eastward along
Cedar Street to Baylen Street: from a
point at the intersection of "I" and
fchpley Street eastward' along Chipley
Street and Hannah's Alley to Spring
Street: from a point on its tracks on
Oliva Street at or near the intersection
of Chase street to and across Garden
Street and other intervening streets to
a point on Hannah's Alley in block
No. 57 or block 4o. 58 connecting with
the tracks on sal Alley: from a point
on the tracks on Oliva Street, .a; or
about Gregory Street, to a point on the
tracks on Chipley Street, at or abqut
"D" Street and from a point on (.hip-
ley Street at or about "D" Street to a
point on Oliva Street, at or about
Government Street: from its line on
the prolongation of Oliva Street, east-
ward through section No. 18 to and
along Jordan Street to the L. & N.
Railroad. And there is granted to the
said grantee, its successors and as-
signs, the right to make all necessary
connections between the said tracks
upon the streets aon which they may
be constructed. The right of way
herein granted is Intended to permit
double tracks upon all streets and to
embrace the privilege of running spmr
tracks into the yards, depots and ware-
houses of said grantee, ts successors
and assigns, at such laSees and in
such number as the City Council may
determine, upon application by it or
Before the curves to the west of
Oliva street, reaching from Oliva
street to Chbtply Street and the curve
from Chase and Otra Streets to Han-
nah's Alley shall be WIltr. a plst there-
of, showing the locatim of all said
tracks and the *musa ofl costraction.

shall be made by sidtgrantee, its eac-
essors and asts, ana sibmlttt to
and approved by t Citf Conuefl.
Whenever the annUatnein of the
railroad upon the trets presribed in
this ordinance will ecesstate the
making of anles 'Ipon which it is
itpractleale to castvett tmrU Jad
operate trains therson, the tt gran-
tee. its seceors amt. aSal, are
haeby e great u a r)s a gbii0t'
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wa-ce o..r by reason m gran. tis e way for railroad tracks, and the right purpose authorized hlfein by thoi 'p dg In R Ai Cour
same, and the said grantee, its ulc- to owng construct, ma tain, operate t granted, its seee r or amln d
cessors and assigns, by accepting the and run, by steam or elctritcy, loco under the privileges heein confCerred. ulloh, J. J. a p llin an .
franchlse granted by the s erdeanee motives, engines and cars thereon, before the first dky of Septembe-,i of Pen-tcola 'r defendant.
shall thereby bind themselves to r over, along, across and through the 1909, all privileges herein granted Passed Anlast i7t. 190Y.
lease the City of Pensacola from any following named streets, to-wit: I awl cease as to any ruch street ored Ag.
liability for any damages to them Bgisr ing whre a polhngatlon In s aid depot and -terminal rty a. rApproved August 10th. 196.
whatever ocasloned or aietngn by I. r -a ",to in an CIAS. H.p BoaS.;
whreasontever of th e adion of tharisrdg by a stral'iht line of Ova Street would said privilege shall cease also as tt
reason of the adoption of this ordi- reacht the northern boundary of the any rest, wharf or other prol B.r Attest: Myor of Pent,
enoyment ofr by rean on of the exerivieorCity, and thence southward, to, along erty if .the granted, its pccsr r! B. S. B NAD, Clerk.
enjoyment of any franhis wrights, privileges and through said street, on the east assigns shall disconUnua thew. there.
anted, and hey which there hereb y s de therf, o Main Str-et; also, from. of for tweNse t eeateUve m Utls, In Zscambia Countl Circuit Co'irt."
themselves t eo Ind mnis thee City of thbei e ect on a0 I Street anrd Chi- bfter cav tremad to pue -fmitd ste of Florisd h y Chancer -- -
to which It way be subjected te treet a pn on te track SctIon o. Ing a ih ori her, A. Dl. 1 the defendants. I-
Railroad In all the streets above men- on Oliva street, at or about OGregory,.shal!. be co-strue4 to permni the coi. Franklin, is hereby requirel1, .... :
tioned shall be laid and maintained Street, to a point on the track on struclion of any t s or othr to the bill filed against him her! .
upon the gra designated theefor by reet, at or about D street; str res upon any land h ud This o r to be published o
tbe Cfhy Authorities, except tbatyid from a polt oan Ch'nley Str.et, at aiy valid lease or other title by any week for four consecutive wv .I -
where no t ade therefore shall hae or abolt D street. to a point on the person r periOd thbemr tha th Aid The PeemaeoL Jornal, a new--:
been established by the City Authori- track on QOilva street, at or aboun Gov- grantee, its sWs ees~ rs "or asignI published In said acambia co
ties prior to the construction of thie enmeat street; also from a point on from thCy t heOi r the tenmi tion' [Sel A. M.McMILLAN.
said road-bed, sal granted, its succes- the track on Oliva Strect, at or near ofsuchlaaeAsetqrs rte or the aame Clerk Circuit C,.-
sor and assigas, shall have the right the intersection of Case street, to shall 6va. be aeqahrl by the eaid By L. G. AYMA- D.. C.
to conform as nearly as practclable to and across Garden an i other Inter, granted, -.# auauewtora or a ig, by Penaacola, Fla., July 24, 13.-
the natural grade of the lana'. b&t i v' wi"ngstts to a point on Hannah's purchase or otherwise. 6au1
all cases the railroad bed and tracks Alley. in Block Fifty-Seven or Block Sectaq 4, Tht .tI. City of P ,
shall be made to conform to the gde mFifty-Eight, connecting with the track cola toU mnt- the rights, prf~llge
from time to time thereafter estab- on emid Alley, and fron: the track on and ttmeati*da ma~u~ i eds e af
It-shed therefore by the City Authorities' Hannah's Alley, at a point between be hli b l4 to gaSU h an It has
and upon all the streets heretofore DeVlswes Street and Cole Street, to the power t sad ot a swar..
mentioned, said tracks shall be laid a point on Reus Street. between Gar- rantitngthe ,Nm or saitSa i e
and maintained so as to admit of the den Street and Inteoneneia Street, to an .ata4 Ma-t4y '* W r h
free and easy passage of vehicels, and then down Reus street to te that
Along and across an# on every part of pier head line established by the Ulids tMae al a Knt,
said streets. ted states -Goverament; also fto the ajr ----- -- ji
Section 8. That the said granteei Its aorthcer border of the Cfty Whre C. the f iirt t
.ruocesors ao assiMs, aball eeb a4 atre tomhes the northern border, aap r I
imaftatin the streets between Its 0S' C rest to the fategse
tracks, and for eighteen (18) laeams wit the ack to be be ontrated -sf 4 Ut
an ~ Ohtr abs straK i tbG'e 4#Asse, k tion at qAeOWY 1A lift
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temrae m or a pg shw_ n trak abt tshnl pdrett one d On mk o t a e emLO --tl ain be- wh her ieby h granted, ,-d tbsp
0 '*U .e_ be sumittd. i the Cty, ,n t a ll n WI-try tIewset sal lutmt the Up t'a Wpopo the AstOM 1s0" d - t hmsele to L-
sma trand o&afppevd y IL crossings over their sod re poiedd ad up r aA they gorat'csi ortbshen ta Ct1 s Ptl*oralg itnm
The east ew e o" OfOiv aStrea In rw1 earSsMd whe er the 40ty or abut- TB. ulAt *Iw'- heret a d f 3 dl laNWty to which t m
served for a grant made concurreit t hg property owers on any _of the &a rrod is aIntmdet to permit double be oubected thereby.
beowh h to Te Penshacola Northb- id trees shall Improve. grader a"Ipcaks e b met O lo v Section 7. The tacli4s of the s ij
eastern abroadd Company, its socer Opave any street or parnot of trcet uno, ao d Cpiope IuiaelO ema ..to eraet smRal"sdh rhall th e tr t boe ian
Sn and assd i. which said grantee It successor an' tbe privile6 ;r|s, 0 --spur rp s tUoned shall be -id and malntainI1
eetion 2. That there is herey tassigee 1 cointhes onr their said iis the Y adeaMt d ad nrrus wrtol po the gad deretgnaredJ therefore .:
granted to the said grm i t Its sU ticks, oray put thereof, the said of the ule, Ito SneeWra Md An. t City antb 4ta re exher.t that w ,,1a
cesot and 5 So i. all the ight, tte anatee Its successor and assigns lit, ht ert pirad and CIn Wr sA raades thee sialr all hav e b, t1 l
and Interest. of t City to and to #hall at the same tirmeo or upon notice number as tho C C...Cil ma do- tabM b-e by t" City authorlti'- pgr
sauce between the shore Ifte ol t(ae i pror i Athe ov by the proper Ct Authrities, termine Wn a S by It or t the cotroct)on o the said raai.
north and the pier head. line estab- prove, grade or pave the space bet them. ba, ssd grantee.fts saue ae
lashed by the United States Govern- tween their rails and tracks and fori The sget ide of OUliti Street Is m al gns all have the right to -. .
m3int in the water front of said Ulit eighteen (1) inches on each siderserved for a grant made qncurrevtly torm as nearly as pr3rticable o t:o 1
and between De Villier Street on the thereof in the same maner and withi herewith to the Penacola, Alabama ntllrM grade of the landl. er in a:l
east and South Oliv Street on the the same material as is used In im- &Western Raitroad Company, its su- ews the iallroad bed r.,. track i i
west for the purpose of the aonstric- p roing, grading or paving the re cessaaos and ten b made to cnxform to the gradle f- 1
tion of piers and warecnuses and the mainder of said street, adjacent to the s Before the curre to the west i tmine to ime tberesafte estahli.*,.,
running od tracks thereon, and alao said rails and tracks, and shall mail Oliva Street, rerehng trom OUiva o tharef by r he City ahoriri.. 3
the right to build wharves on O(iva, tain the same in good order an con-stret t Chiply Street. and th curve e al the hert'ofor rr.r.
Donelson and Coyle streets and to laydition to the satisfaction of the proper from Chase and Oliva Streets to JlahI tioaed, aild tracks shail l- s l I i
tracks thereon as required by the busl-ICity Authorities in accordance with nah's Alley, and the oarve from bal. maintained so as to aei:.t of -h !-,,u
ness of said road. The grant hereby the terms of th. charter or ordinances nab's Alley to Reus Street, shall be and eafs passage of vp!c!l, ':s r..;
made as tne right hereby conferred o m the City of Pensacola. built, a plat thereof, showing the e dae and across ano1 on every par of .i;j
ar.e tablet to the provisions of the Section 9. All transfers heretofore ori ton of all ud tracks, and the manr- streets.
act ofi the legislature of te the said Pensacola, h ner of construction, shadl be made by Section 8. That the saii asran ." nr
Florida, granting said space to the Alabama & Western Railroad Company said grantee its succersweo or aignaW soceoor and assigns ahai k p a,
Cty of Pensacola. by H. L. Covington, A. Greenhut..W. J. and submitted to, and approved by, maintain the streets b ?~ irn -..,',r
There is also granted to said gran- Forbes, A. M. Avery, H. H. Boyer. W.jthe City Council. :and for eighteen (13) inches on e':-.
tee. it successors and assigns, the A. D'Alemberte, Morris Bear and John w Whenever the construction o the side thereof, in the 'amrn c,,rti' ,~
right to acquire from the Pensacola & C Avery, of any grants, rights, privi-r talroad upon the streets prescribed is toe City shall keep o r rii ,- ,,
Northeastern Railroad Company. Its leges, powers, franchises or property in thte ordinance will nreets ato teshept the ssame treeta as:jarrnt :. ,
saocessors an assigns, a one-half ( l%) heretofore granted by any ordinance making of smgins upon which It l perts occupied by said :racrks. an
interest in the land on Spring street be, cf the City of Pensacola to them, their impracticable to construct tracks an.d osall construct an]d irr a ain a;l nf,.r -
tween Garden and Romana Streets, associates and assTgns, shall be and opeatte trains thereon, the said awry intersectIon stre rossins ov.r
granted by the City of iPeasacola to F. are hereby approved and confirmed. Grantee, its sucee oors and assigns their saMd ndbed an,: t: acik., an I
C. Breat, C. M. Covington, and their Section 10. That the Mayor and ire hereby granted the right to con- whev'eler the city );: -n prr,['.-rr
associates and assigns, and by- them City Clerk are hereby authorized and strict the said lines, so as to make owners on any of the .,:h it,'p'r -.'i
assigned and transferred to the said C.rected to convey to the grantee, its the necessary and practicable curves, improve grade or ptiv-' ya\ irvt, -
Pensacota & Northeastern RailroaCo successors and assigns, all the right. and to that end, to cross such streets f street, union w- cit h'sii i a 9 -
Company, for depot and terminal pur- title and interest of the City of P.";- not named herein as may be nece- tee, Its successors or ah~goi. a.1
Poses and to use the said ground for saeola in and to all lots In the water sary, provided that before such curves construct there said tl ai s a 'k.
said purposes; or to acquire from said front of the said City embraced in the shall be constructed, maps o plats part thereof, the said mran... *, r i.
fPansacoila & Northeastern Railroad grant covered by this ordinance upon showing same hall be submitted to cesors and assigns, sha':. at -si I7.
Company, Its successors and assigns, the payment by the said grantee, its the City Council, and approved by it. time, or upon notice nvcn .-
the right to use for said purposes successors and assigns, on or before Section 2. That there Is hereby proper City authorities. :nlipr... i!,
such ground Jointly with said Pens- March first (1st). 1906, of the sum of granted to the said grantee, its sue- or pave the space between :t-'.r .
cola & Northeastern Railroad Com- One Thousand ($1,000.09) Dollars. The cgesors and assigns, all the right, title and tracks antl for eighteen i .-
pany, its successors or assigns, upon said deed shall contain a condition and Interest of the City in and to tbe chess on each side thereof in the i-~a
terms to be agreed upon by the gran- that the title of said water front shall space between the shore line on theij a anner and with the rm.me inatI"a
tee herein, its successors or assigns, revert to the City of Pensacola if the north and the pier-head line establish- a s s used in nmprovinf. radin- ,-
and said Pensacola & Northeastern main line of the said road shall not d by the United Statees government, paving la e remainder of said .'r :
Railroad Company, its successors or be built from Memphis to Pensacola -and between Baercelon Street on the adjacent to the said rails ani rrac';.
assigns within Four (4) years from March Bat and DeVilllem Street on the and shah maintain the same in tz,.
. Section 3. The right is reserved to first (1st) 1906. West, for the purpose of the constru- order and condition to :h sati.4:,:- .-1
the City to grant the privilege to other Section 11. All ordinances and parts tion of piers and waehouses, and the of the proper City aut,.r ltel in a,-
railroads to cross any track lain! on of orolnances granting to any person, running of tracks thereon, and ahlo cordance with the term: o" the c, I.
the streets hereby granted and to pass persons or corporations any of the the right to build wharves on Reus ter or ordinances of tte City of P'.
and enforce such reasonable regula- foregoing rights, privileges, powers. Street, and lay track thereon, as saol.
tions and requirements as to the man- franchises or property shall be and required by the business of the satd Section 9. All trans3frs hrotofor,)
ner of operating the railroad upon any they are hereby repealed, road. The grant hereby made, and herefter nudeto te -ad
of the streets or wharves and the lo- Section 12. The grantee, its succes- the rights hereby conrred, are sub- cola and Neorter ern t tilro id t'o
cation and number (except as herein sor ead assigns, shall be allowed ject to the provisions of she Act y t tof C. Cvn
otherwise provided) of tracks thereon twenty (20) days from the passing ef the Legislature granting said space to j A. Cha oF, C.r W. l rar anl JT (.
as it may deem necessary and proper. this ordinance within which to file a lhe Ciky of Pensacolar. AvdCh, of any gran rih-r ir P:-
Section 4. Work on the main line written acceptance of same in the Thre also granted hereby to the eges, powers, franchItea ore `p)P -."
shall be commenced before the first office of the Clerk of the City of Pen- said ntees. granted succesbyrs and as et pore franchie or d inap:
(lst) day of March, 1906. Failure to sacola. If said acceptance is not filed. ai, ganse if ts suacc sors and slto:hr granted by ate ia:
comply with this provision of this sec- with the said City Clerk within said sis or depot and ,ro^nal purpo to/ Cty of Penaol i. ohnl, or -
ton shall operate as a forfeiture of all time all the grants, rights, and privi- s es a the l"nd ow d .by te C ; aociates or assigns sa I i. aad
the grants, rights and privileges grant- leges granted by this ordinance shall west of and borderinC on Spring;are hereby approved aul cunfirian!
o e olbeorehe (st) th,31stA nda o Jl, 1 .,n hetuet,ad o lying fo twen jorden anudSectionh10.Thatehebior them ohay a:0Cc'
ed hereunder. The work on the spur terminate and the said gatee, ts and lying beten arde anl section 10. That the aaeyur a:til ".e
tracks and wharf tracks shall be com- successors and assigns, shall cease to Romana Streets, and the sai grantee,i Clerk are hereby authorlaed andl .,
pleted from time t t ime as the neces- have any further Interest or rights its successors and assign-, shall have reacted to convey to the gramnt..
sites of business require. The road' therein. the ight to convey to the Penarcolan,, cceesors and assigns, all thjy ri.:
shall be built from PensaCola in a Section 13. Nothing herein shall be Alabama And Western Railroad Com- title and Intere3t of the City of PV -r.
northerly or northwesterly direction to construed as the assertion, or claim pany, a corporation of Forida. il sue- cola inend to aIl In the W.er
a point not less than sixty (60) miles by the City of Pensacola, of title, or cessorls and assigns, a one-half inter- Fromn of said City embraced in ',i
from I wesacola before the first (1st) claim, to any part of' the property eat elad grantei by this Se- grant covered by this uitdinance. il-,
day of M hrch, 1907, and shall reach a mentioned and described, or referred tion, and in th.e use thereof for tot the payment by the l0saoI riate.
point at least one hundred and fifty to, In the decree of the Circuit Court depot and terminal purpose*, or to ar i successors and assigns on or b ',
(1S0) miles distant in a northerly or of -ecambia County, Florida, s gnedI rnge wrth e the Pensacola, Alabama March 1, 1906. ofthe sum of t1h--
northwesterly direction from the Cit by Hon. Francis B. Carter, Judge, on Western Railroad Comptany, ts asue- hundred dollar ($300.00) ad
of Pensacola before the first (1st) day the 31st day of July, 1905, in the cause cessc r or as rns, for the Joint use the payment by it or their to the -, 1
of September, 1908. Failure to com- pending in sai.l Court wherein James oi an depot and terminal facilities City on or before sai date, of ,
pete, withinthe time aforesaid, the S. Herron is the complainant and the erected thereon by the grantee, its lum of two hundred dollars ($Sf20. I,
construction of the said road to either City of Pensaccla and E. D Beggs succeseors or assigns, upon terms Ito make a deed to it, tsa slcce- 'a
of s to (thus named Boykin Jones and C. M. Coston Wa- be agreed upon by tho sad grantees,and asin, of the property h: -
-shall operate as a forfeiture of all the er Front Commissioners, are defend-j it successor or assg.o and sad before described on Spring Street.
near t s ti i F Alabama & Western RaClo tween warren aar domefe nrd
rights, grants and privileges granted ants, or as the assertion of claim ofa P Alabama Western Rail- tween Garden and Roma s t
under this franchise. If any street, title, or claim bf the City of Pensaco-1 rod Company, ats successors or a- The raid deed shall contain coniit: i-
not now under water, shall not bheoc- Io any t property men- sg that the ttle of fsid prv.peoty sa;ha -
cupled for the purpose authorized toned and described or referred to, in! Section 3. The right is reserved to "ert to the City of Pe"sacola if -:e
herein by the grantee, its successors the decree of the Circuit Court of the City. to grant the privilege to other main line of the said :oslad shal s
or assigns, under the privileges here- secambia County, Florida, signed by raltdoahd to croaf any track land on be built from Andalusia to Peneac.i-
in conferred before the first (1st) day Hon. Francis B. Carter, Judge, onthe the streets hereby granted and to pass before September 1, 1907.
cf September, 1909, all p-ivileges Slat day of July, 1905, In the cause and enforce such reasonable regula- Section 11. All ordinances or pir's
herein granted shall cease as to any pending in said Court wherein James tioas aMd requlremente at to the man- or ordinances granting to any p-: r.
such street, and said privileges shall McCullough, J. J. Sullivan and M. A.- ner of opertln b the railroad upon any peraos or corporations any o' "n'
cease also as to any street, wharf or Quina are the complainants and the of the streets or whtavei and the lo- foreo rights, privileges. pt--,"
other property if the railroad corn- City of Pensacola is the defendant, cation and number (except as herels franchises or property shall n. aia
pany shall discontinue the use thereof Passed Aug:st 7th, 1905. ctherwire provided) of (racks therein they are hereby repealed.
-for twelve (12) consecutive months Approved August 10th, 1905. as ita may deenm ecesatey and proper. Section 12. The gra:et h. i'- .
after having made use of said street, CHAS. i-.! BLISS, Secton 4. Work on -he main line o and signs, shall be aiIW 4
wharf or other property in the man- Attest: Mayor of Pensacola. of said iaiimrd between Pemmolil twenty (20) days from the pa---' "
rer provided by this ordinance. B. S. BadiNARD, Clerk. and Andlursla shall be omrmenced he- this ordiances within w:.ch ;
Section 5. Nothing in this ordinance fore March 1, 1906. F'alure to comply written acceptance of same ""$
shall be construed to permit the con- AN ORDINANCE. with this prtovisio of thn Secto oie of the Clerk of the City P, .-
utruction of any tracks or other struc- sball operate as a forfeiture of all cola. If said acceptance !s nO'
tures upon any land held under any Granting to the Pensacola North- the giant, rights anta privileges with ths C t y Clerk wii .' :
valid lease or other title by any per- eastern Raileoad Company, its luc- granted hereuder. Ths work on thd time, all the grants, rihts an i r:'l-
son or persons other than the said cesaors and assigns, the right of spur tacs and wharf tracks shall, eges granted by th or, fan.'- 'a
granted, its successors or assigns, way through, overo, along and aco s completed fom tiue to time 3l1 n
from the City until the termination of certain streets in the City of Pen- the neesefties of btuiness require. suctermae and te- shad: v-'ar' "-
such lease or other title or the same sacola, and certain rights in and to The entife t ad shall be Cmnpleted have ny furtsib Interesi or ri-"
shall have been acquired, by the said certain property in said city, and in from Pensacola to A'daluSla, Ala- therein f
grantee, its successors or assigns, by 'he Water Front thereof. ba naf on ci before September 1, 110, SectIon 12. r-othing herein 3 "
purchase or otherwise. Be It ordained by thn Mayor and and a flre to compact thesame Ton th- hret. -
Section 6. That the City of Pensa- City Councl of the City of Pensacola. ithr the si-l t-ime han .oper..te onthued C t e oe Pacossea in.
cola in granting the rights, privileges Florida: a orfeture ofall the rht an t grms la. the Clt ot ofhe r .... -
and franchises herein mentioned shall Section 1. That therm be, and i and privilege wanted undr, ti laito and part of the p'r ,
be held only to grant such as it has hereby granted to th. Pensacola & franchise. If any street not now l the decree of the Ctrcuii ',:' i ;
the power to grant and not as warrant- Northcastern Railroad Company, a tinder afterr or the :.nd on Sprting Esambia Couty, Florida i
ing the same or subjecting itself to corporation of the State of Florida, Street granted for depot and terminal e mlion a Cosn y Carter. iudae. o .
any damage or lablity whatever tha i cros and asilg., a right of purposes al.not b oecpied for the -,Ilon -^..n .- Carter..- J


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HAS ) O FEIrlElL TOrE .ELI I th .- a of youra e
NNL fU UL LLU o kow, or depei n IMO TO MO THAN ANY OTHER
nCHANED. Nllfl TIir n n .m mae..t woR. For One Week, Mark You!
Sun n i T following:
--= di o k Mrs. Albert Portaless, readilg at All lOc Lawns and Dmitie will gd at......................
-onally did nomake I 430 Government street, says: "Mr. Recent issue of the Miami News Beautiful lot to select from. Seo window.
S' i Portaless has used Doan's kidney contained the following relative to the All 15, 20 and 25c Yoiles, Dot Swisses, Dimities and Organdies
a age in the style c(a's Pill sad values them very highly. extension of the FloridA Mast Coast reduced to.............................. .......... 1 cent
a bu t c a t He had suffered from irregular action system to Key West: All 25-cent Plain Brown and Solid Colored Linens, for Boys
-ason but the chang wa of the kidneys and dull aching pain Much has been said in the Florida Suits, Ladies' Skirt and Suits and Dresses for School Girls,
nd the result i-no ma- acms hs loins and in the small of papers, especially those of Miami and 11 to go at..................... ....... ..........15
11111 1fWfi his back for years. T2he secretions Jacksonville, about the extension of
S..w good your last seasons f i from the kidneys caused him much the Florida Bast Coast Railway over HOSIERY SPECIALS.
S everybody Ur he a d the a nKys to Ke West, a n One case L dles' Black Lace Hose, 15.and 20c values, Monday
c ay be-verybodyeit' changeable stormy much more probably will and can be and Tuesday only.............. :. ... cen
. .weather his back ached terrkly. He sad for, to say the least, it will,-be O
.ack number." because it s The Memphis Commercial Appeal The special bond election wi be tried all kinds of remedies but obtain- rather a unique piece of work in the Odd lots Childrens Colored and Black Hose, 2d, all at 10 ce
: ,ack number.'" because it's The MIei4phIl Coherdal Appeal The special bond election wili be e4 little benefit When he saw Doan's way of railroad eoliitruction.
Short. has the following to say relative to the held today, when it will be decided Kidey Pills advertised he procurile this piece of road will not SHOES.
(Our coats are a:l the new necessity for a federal marine quara whether or not the city is to be bonded them at Sidney KauhlR drug cost as much as some roads have that SEE SOUTH WINDOW. YOUR
-ine: and numerous very necessary improve- store, No. 9 South PalaIox Street. have run over t through mountains CHOICE, ANY PAIR FOR .
I .ninh. The necessity for federal marine ade and althou there he proved to be a very effective it still wi be quite expensive, though,.as.v..
,w,. Thenecesit r -- f5aa n s ee ral daiements remedy, relieving them urinary trouble not so much so as to claim any great 20 pieces 27-inch Lawns and Dimitiet, on Monday, 8:30 to T
W( ar r n a -hpmen quarantinehas been amply demon- not been much agitation of the ques- and the dull, heavy aching in hi back attention in that regard, but the parti- o'clock, 10 yards for ..................... .20
of s is ee s ratedinthe past an present yellow ion, t is nevertheless expected that a disappearedd entirely. He recommends cular feature is that it will be built Only 15 yards to a customer.
S= everr conditions in New Orleans and large vote will be polled. Only these Dan's Kidney *Pllst very highly to his over a line of islands in the ocean!
and not long the Glf coast serve sgnfcant names have appeared in The rids at every opportunity and across shallow parts of the ocean
ly to prove how absolutely essential. whose For sale by all dealers. Price 50 itself and, in two or more places, over| Yours tor Businem,
-- to t F* sf tyr a Pall South and th de- Journal as being qualified to vote at.cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. comparatively deep water, where the'
S.. what he se f t souh e e- this special election will be eligible Y., sole agents for the United States. wv es of the Atla ntic willbeat witn t
,r, ..,,"nwthat velopment of itsresources is a na- Remember the name-Doan's---and their full force against the roadbed. WSO.
tc take no other. This is the only road In the world )ftoapoeinfti atca
SYellow fever doe!.os not belong in Waterworks, sewerage, paving, city no is the only road n the world
Sl t bel nha ad city ail will be the questions to be built over such a queer and rath-i
New Orleanseas s it s m be voted upon. Polling places and er dangerous right of .way, but, from,
that the disease is imported from somePRIVAL RY OVER the manner In which it will be built,I
'L h~an y in clerks and inspectors for the election K about if not quite all 'the danger will ngw
of the countries to the south. This have been selected, and as the public be eliminated, and a piece of track be SS
ayrs awttion we believe to be true, for It generally seems to be favorable o COUNTY Sconstructed over which it will obe
is commonly reported that the federal public improvements there is hardly more pleasant and interesting to ri.le Pensacola, Florida.
C. C Goodman. Geo. Arnesaper ger blockade of the Gulf coast during the any doubt but a large majority of the than over any other piece of the same
fiiitlllliititittiltltit .war between the states and the cone- uing today will be in favor t CHIPLEY, VERNON AND-WASAU As to the man who has made thi We have some Pianos on hand which have been out c
quent prevention of trade with fevr- The purposes, and the amounts of ALL WANT TO BE CAPITA& road a probability, he should be given rtS, commencement exercise etc. TheS ano
t K. WH MI infected countries served effectively 'he same, are as follows: all the praise that is justly his due.; or concerns
*at~ wms r. Ua0i-Tw g dJ i to keep the pestilence out of thiscoun- For the purpose of purchasing, or OF WASHINGTON No fulsome fattery should be nduliig- of the very best make and have always sold at from $45
dw0 901 try. Gen. Butler, too, though leaving constructing, waterworks the sum COUNTY. (d, nor should he be accused of doing f Awel
St l name in the Crescent City which is t wo hundred and fifty thousand dol- COUNTY it from a p;.rely philanthropic spirit, $500. During the month O August W W l th
Same in the Crescent City which is rs ($250,000), or so much thereof as for all such would be very wide of the $275 to $350, Every Piano fully guaranteed,
tar from being loved or respected, us- may be necessary, mark. -
T[RSELY TOLD. ed to boast that he kept yellow fever For the purpose of constructing, or Special to The Journal. H. M. Flagler, by a personal visit to Will sell on easy payments or a big cut will be male
out of New Orleans. providing, a system of sewerage and Caryvllle, Aug. 21.-There has been Lake Worth, saw that it would pay to aSi
drainage the sum of two hundred and a strong petition placed before the build a road to this point, and he built! casn,
gtp to vote for bonds atdence seem s hto point that way, Itfifty thousand dollars ($250,000), or county commissioners praying for an it. Then, by personal investigation'
.1*ion today. dence seems to point that way, it so much thereof as may be necessary, election to change the location of, the he also saw the possibilities of Miami
Yaes, has returned from federal maie q rant neb e ~or the purpose of paving and other- county site. Several places are seek- and at once extended his road to that
hu re he has been for the the proper santitary enforcement wise improving streets and publ te o oue. Te cizens e NowehFreech thenomandsOraan
New Orleans would prove a certa in ways o: the city the sum of one hun- Chlpley seem to have the greatest vantages of a road to Key West and in
SNbew Orleans would prove a certain dred and fifty thousand dollars ($150,- number of subscribers, while Vernon spite of the many and great engineer- W. W. WALL, Manager.
he abr dance of Mr. Cha safeg ard againstthing else, tends w to (00), or so much thereof as may be and Wausau are making a desperate lug problems to be overcome, he goes
'nar dance at il ectric Parknor tha an ingdelse n o re necessary., effort for the prize., ahead to build this road. thltd.- this r0oad.:_0
oneduntilfurthernotice.tard the growth and development of For the purpose of purchasing a site When the petition was presented at These facts show, we think, that A
Inhlbur, a .voung machin- Long ago indeed J ust after 1879. and or constructing or providing a citi the meeting in July it was decided by H. M. Flagler is, withoutout doubt, A H I
S l & N. sbops, has returned business bodies of this section of thel hall building the sum of seventy-five the commissioners that it would take one of the most far sighted business!
S hopre h re t sp et business bodies of this section of the necessity osan dollars ($75,000) or so much a few more names before the election men in this or any other country to-
where he spent a fewox. the federal marine rantine it hereof a may be necessary. would be called. The petition was day and his Immense wealth enables W e Have Knocked The Bottom Out
S friend, Wm.Fox. the federal marine quarantine. Witn Porthe purpose of purchasing a taken up again at the meeting on the him to carry out his plans and put nis *
La- ney had thirty-threeI the possible exception of New Orleans te and obstructing or providing a ]st inst., but still no election has been roads where needed without floating' $00, $5.CO, $10,00 will buy more Groceries than
-fore him in the record- every city of any size in the south police station and jail building the ordered. The rivalry between Vernon bonds or stock or calling on any out- V, before. Co are ces
-".'-rday morning for trial.' passed resolutions and took action police everiobeforelaCompuredprice
Prday morning for trial.- Passedk resolutions end took g ioh sum of twenty-five thousand dollars and Chipley will doubtless be very side capitalists for help in any way *
S.er nine cases were dis- asking the Government to give the, ($25,000), or so much thereof as may strong because both precincts poll a whatever. Mr. Flagler has simply!-- 17 pounds Granulated Sugar ..............................
S- continued and fines im country a national protection from be necessary. lrge vote. Wausau is on the new seen what was needed, where it was. 19 pounds Y. C. Sugar ......................I...............,..1
Sg to $7O. diseases from other countries. New Venc ssr railroad from Chipley to St. Andrews needed, that it would pay, and has Whole Barrel, best Patent Flour ...........................$5.7
B.. rOrleans, believing the movement to be Voting Plae. and will also have a strong following. gone ahead quietly yet persistently Half Barrel best Patent Flour ............. .. ..................3.0
,is B. Carter, who con- a reflection upon its cleanliness, op Precinct No 12-Voting place, north The geographical centre 'of this and energetically and carried out nais 15 pounds lard ...............................................
S- .al term of the circuit posed the plan, raising the old cry of east corner of Intendencia and Alcaniz county is near the new town of Green plans, to his own profit and renown 20 pounds Best Rice ................. ......v...............l
S r '- when William F. federal encroachment upon state streets. Hea&d on the new railroad south of (though the latter he h not sought 25 pounds No.2 Rice.....................................$14
S. r for murder, left rights in order to defeat the expressed Precinct No. 13-Voting place, norti Chipley and Wausau, and it is thought or) tough the attbe efit of every 30 pounds Cracked Rice ...................................$1.C
iior home in Ma- will of the wiser element of th4 bal- east corner of Palafox and Garden by some that an effort will be made. section that has been reached by hisa Hams, good quality, per pound ....................... -....... .
4 .. remain for some ance of the south. Ultimately this ill- streets, Wills & Broughton's marble as soon as the election is ordered, to roads and of the country at large. Hams Best quality, per pound ...... ............................ 1
v. considered opposition prevailed, but yard. compromise on that point. Just at Th full tet f the osibilities Hams, PicNic ........................................... .c
wv. Ba. g ive a free con- not before something was accomplih- Precinct No. 14-Voting place,south- present, however, no one tell adprobableof the Ke West ex EggsTenn., 5 dozen lot.....................................
:. .se. "., -, Tonight, to, Id. for the late Dr. Robert Mitchel of, west corner of Palafox and Romana which place will be the new site in tension Mr. Flagler may not even live & Eggs, Country, 6 doen lots.................................. $1.0
St,. p: ..v The con. Memphis and the late Senatorsom streets, rear f Morrison's store. case the majority see fit to change the to see, but he s going ahead to build PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY MORNING, GOOD FOR ONE WE
S :h, ivent wethis. of others, managed to actual- east corner of Intendenca and De ent ocationthe road knowing that its hereafter We have a thousand other ust such bargains, too numeus
o in -o h, 'mnent weath- s stanebo'sth t eras, mne to edtu Villiers streets, No. 331 W. Intenden is assured though he may not live to' mention. Phone, white, or come and see us. Take advantage of these
no% tha: ,, nl- niheons have shown ly establrasthne. nues of a feder cia street. s No. 331 W. ntenden see it. When this extension is corn,* low cash prices.
r ncers will quarantine. It was in this connection Awf ate atastltle c epee theFloridEa East Coast Railwa
that Tennessee's war Governor-Sen- Inspectors and Clers. Bad tailoring, like sin, makes m will be of as much or more political as aEiO W P R
e Railway Coin- ator used his famous expression when! Precinct No. 12.-L. D. Marzoni, in- uncomfortable and unhappy, but good well as commercial importance as anyo 127,
:" T. sie" Railway Corn- accused of forsaking the doctrine of spector; F. F. Bingham, inspector; I. tailoring, like good actions, makes road in this country, if not the world 127 129 131 133 Eat Government Street,
S -. 1 z: o i.,* residing in the opposition to Federal encroachment: F. Reese, inspector; Jas. T. Geralds., them feel at ease and glad they are liv- and no man probably is better aware' Telephone Produe Dept, 29. Grocery Dept,
s'-i."n of the city. are corn- "To hell," said he, "withpoliticians; clerk. ing. n H M aer and 4< -^ 0 $ 0 0
S.. of h fact that mo- ny country is suffering.'" Precinct No. 13.-L. E. Brooks, in- The cutter of men's clothes should consequently he deserves all the credit
:", !. que.nty pass them at street Tn e words are as perinesit today as! spector; J. E. W olfe, inspector; T hos. the eforalw ysberImind theactorcmpre endinthe efa tsad fo
ahog he stand in the w when Senator Harris used Kent, inspector; W. C. Macke, clerktherefore always bear in mind the fact for comprehending these facts and or -
. ( o(' urs more frequently them. They constitute an appropriate Precinct No. 14.-F. F. Brawner, in- that he ls a powerful influence in the building the road.
, .. -"t. wh r the ears pass along ._tto to ins'ribe upon the banners spector; L. S. Brown inspector,,C. M world for good if he doe goo0d worku PHAM ACY
S. c r f o 'Ed. Las: night of those who would fight for the jer- Coston, inspector; Sam Pasco, clerk, but for evil if his work Is bad. and MODERN SURGERY.
.. wa' cmprlied to wait until fiction of the saaitation of the south; Precinct No. 15.-J. E. Abercrombie- should keenly feel that he deserves -W l
'. -. hau pa od before one and the preservation of the health inspector; W. A. Dunham, inspector; honor for the one and disgrace for the Time Sasvin Is one ef Its o Ih. I
', of this country. They are an ade- T. S. Caro, inspector; F. M. Whiting, other. If his work is bad his punlsh- oitant C oal etratiol.
.:'- : H-l'e arrivals: Homer quate and complete answer, not only clerk, meant, even though It may not it the Time saving is one of the most im- OPEN ALL NIGHT
.-.r,. K v R'.ea. .1 H. Collins, M. to the political question involved, but crime and make him utterly wretched, portant considerations in all surgery. "
SIa;'. kO: .1 Reager, city; Geo H. also to any absurd quibbles of profes- will surely so fill his dasl with shame, Any major operation lasting more than
-ln: J.k.- c: J. H. Spirey, signal ethics which may be injected and now since that city has called in appe no shad s dPorrornubs an hour and a hal entails an addition-
". F:a \. H Turner. Atlanta; into the question. federal assistance it should lay aside a-p''prhninshu de b.r"l nub. an hour and half tails an addition- PRrn
n .n a (fin: E.H. Seese. We have cleaned Havana with fed-'P pa pj e again the marine ..ti les.io
.- nE Paul. Gainesville- eral aid and the Platt amendment tells p nine and join the south In ask-' melf and wil wish every waking tion the chances of recovery are comr
v H .N. brazier. the elubns to keep the city sanitary :ng for its beneficial operation. e hourtha i willome and bri native small The is dae to ,hoek.
]Ro. Hlaon. Biningham; or else expect United States sist- Because of Its non-existence the fev- bhim forgetfulness and always through to the cumulative effect of the an-
H : Mo: t.e'.r: T McGillis, ance in doing so. Thusl far the pride er is now in New Orleans. Because the night will long for day to escape in aesthetic, to loss of blood and to lower.-
-" -her L P Goox.he and wife, of the Cuban health boards has been of opposition to it the south is harrass-' Its light and bustle theplack torments mng of the patient's temperature by the plme qualities in
M J Carpenter. Chicago; suncient and the indications are that ed with many trade destroying quar and silent gnawings of a guilty no- exposure of internal areas to the air. h p e qu t
A .exander. S. R. C. S the Platt amendment is unneeessary. antines. Because of its absence the; sdence.-Tailor and Cutter. Because of this the best surgeons work drugs and prescriptions.
SI. aeld What the enitsnria- of Havanam have people of the great southern states- with a mechanical precision and ecou-. --
S a Vrkns. an eoseemed lady, accomplished certainly should not be Mississippi and Louisiana-were re- ]t a queen Bee'. Wl. omy of movemet. Everything is ready YOU GET MOTH HE aRE.
'. :idento a 7 o'clock k at herdifficult tr New Oreans to emulate, cently almost at one another's throats Dallas Lore Sharp describes a meth. before the operation commences; an as.-
': c ht -a. o cckurnth with the Implements of war in their o of preventing bees from swarming sistant is at hand to look after the de. NO distance too great and 0no
Sa 43 o'clock in thanks to fds or the many kinad- The evils besetting the country are In the Country Calen r. Keep your talks of actual work, h as holding p ha tOO small for
r. emntory. The deceased nesses rendered daring the illness of too momentous to be trilffled with.No en clipped. Lay side your sentl back the le athe incision, adjust- IMMEDIATE delivery,
S. : and two children, and Mrs. Perkins. i time should be lost in formulating a nts. your fears of the Society For Ing the ligatures, etc.; an expert in an. -

,ouTi her loss in addi- plan for concerted action toward es- the Prevention of Cruelty to Aalmals, aesthesia handles the chlofbform and igni or oay.
!g-. I"- circle of friends. Mr. Ask any lady that's based Blue Rib.- ablishing this national quarantine your ideas that it hurts her, your fears watches the subject's pulse and respl-
a resid-n, of Pensaco- bon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts and system, and if politics attempts to of killing her-and get your scissors. ration In order that the operator's time
-d in the sheriff's office she will tell you that they are the block the way the people ought to re- SBele her by one wing (If you can't do may be devoted wholly to one point, OR ER P D CI TV
but about a year ago "'BEST EVER MlADI" Ask your gro- member the words of the Tennessee better) and, holding her gently against and a deft nurse, adpt in the use of AIL A LTY
: hi family to Century., cer for Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanil- senator and apply them with unms-the frame, nip off one wing. This every instrument, needle and chemical PONE 1100
family desire to tender la. Takes less. iors perfectly. taxable vigor, won't stop the swarming, but It will preparation, is at the surgeon's elbow
'_ -keep the bees from abecondin-!. for ready to hand out at a word-some- THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
S tqueen warm won't go off witl a. the times before the word-the shining Im- _
queen while you are away. you elements already filed In the order f) __
.are often able to induce them to call their probable use. J CARE OF BOOKS.
off the strike and go back to work. Two visiting surgeons at one of the
SPECI A RD U TION N PIA Clip your quee th give the bees New York hospitals got a markedly Ma u are usaly w "r YEIIIiLOW FW
SPEC IA L R DU CP A n room, give them shade at the hottest varying percatage of mortality in aou ma undesirable.
hours if necessary, shake them it they common abdominal operation.Corsshould not b ed down
s ow signs of swarming and keep the What is the difference between the Cor shold not be tned down
colo es strong. two operators' I asked of one of thed Nod lave N Tort of tdr
houseostaff labattendtnce.o ooks
We are overstocked. A very ege I ee of LESTER, CLUTTER and CASSELL I he ie M ef P*1 "About twenty minutes aie. sunlight warps the bcofS OSS
"Paul Joe says a writer, o sWass sinBtlyle-Mssing Never bead bac
Portrayed toeverycostume thata pl-book, but keep the 6&to level
S Pianos on which e wi a makea reutke5 of 0Mto $75 for August sales. p -n n f or
Sn. and his whiskers were of te lon- place any weight ona THE ONLY POSTIVE
SVery Special CASSELL PIANOS, .275. Regular price, g b n adre. is i h Ne v in Nv e on 1 PREVENTIVE AND
64 r5. Reguldgrespricth, mdnena or cover, but fro m
S325. Terms, $10 Cah, W per month. Bring the gl entleman cutrat to the blood a PISE eaa
S1I0 with you. Stool, Scarf, Music and two years' free always with as meh sofa pillow taM-. The Weiis probable dampness.
g an possible. One portrait presents A bla t knife of Ivory, wood or meta -
thig re tht the time of the Me* not a sharp Intruent
ks war andwfth lt patterm of whs- It any lquid be spilt on a book, wipe ONLY 50 ClT PEJ o
sr 10. to e tame I[t e ff t at once gently with a oft cloth SOLD AT NICK APOSTLE
r bcobutter u oe t o ab wih botobrg papeIt Do TARANT.
S. e e a a" we ate -lacg or Wtal. s il. Drgging a book oa frea the shelf M faturd
* 112 ai 114 Saw& Pbee X Sbp t, Pem!co FLa. M ug*- jesm In always represented o i'-gind.at *ite ttuL if 5050 MEbnbin MANWat
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Mr. Depew, is bosag buat there ftnes for having violated the tw t- bank acoUt.-Palatha Timee-Herald.
L C)O AWI a saadse&,at bmasm store. eit bm b assasft lw. IA It be nt. .. *.
S- ed that they -turned i" that a Amot COrying De"y WeapomCna .
SPoWr CbaaeUs.b he a a g ot lo--the sippers famrnishaed the UM" 9top licensing the carrying of dead-
- a- mmes Ntm Ia new atoresam tat I are not s ti th4 shape of extortionate ra e. ly weapons, and it a man wants to go
Sfnny as the old s-. * armed, and there is any occasion for
.| B I q A religious newspaper commead Ut. lot him have his gan la plain view. *. .
50aA =S I I People are smpeculatln upm vat Mr. Rockefeller for turni- the other But there Is n need of half the men BTHS
,s__ ed betweenWaIwWIllN and cAel witR ChritAan TEmlixtso. carrying ar. that go about thaes 4O Wil WATM AM F
SKing Christtn. Would it be'asfe to That's all right, but the trouble is that days th an arsenal attachment, and LAROE SAMPLE ROOMS.
e X B that it was made at ol as every time Mr. Rockefeller turn his it they were only fined to the-full ex- a r T
. g ss* .* cheek he -ee something~ to the new tent of the law for each offense, some thin ia W, -n-ttothla ...Ta b l e w ..
| ? **....***-**. | It is aid that Baron Komurtvromght direction and proceeds to gobble It up. of them would' be busy most of the F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
r O ~W ....-"e...... ehty trunks from Jap, sat0 it mar * time gathering pitch or delving in the opwld adsor and Aasm o atel Jackaimvill. Florida.
ee W kly a-o",- yWr.- i be that each one contated a-different The men who fought for the prser. phosbhate mlnes.-aInesvlle San. .
it Ita. Item in Japan's demand apons Russa. ation of a republic in South Africe .0* __._ .L
S.* have reason to think a few warmn A Publication Wanted. _ .
It looks as ft a few of the ambitious thoughts when they read in adminis- Wanted! A small sum will be paid
API P ROM WHICH A DETAILMD Wall street speculators would have to tration newspapers laudations for the for an authentic copy of the "IAfe of at a salary of $1.800. And the SW UNIVERSITY OF T^E
MNT *AN -= CURMk ask to be made defendants In the administration for preserving strict Governor Broward," which was a ha the ty endorament of E O FLORID
SIultable or lose their tacmit-l Stand-'eatrality la the Ruasso-Japanese prominlent feature of the last guberna- Florida pr when it adds that Pro-
1- ****-t las scrap. trial primary campaign.-Tallahas- fessor McB ath I, Ane of the most embracing the following subject :
-an-t aa" . 11116s * * see True Democrat. successful educators in the state. As I. Lanuae and I terature-A fou.
OMB M Ther are m some emisent railroad The Baptist Chautauqua at Spriang- a matter fact Ptoridacould- not af- year course leading to the degree PA
L gentlemen in Wslaconasin who could fBelk, Ill., tabld a resolution to con- Deep Water For Apalachicola, ford to lose T McBethand achelor of Arts Greek not re.
.Y WO,,flf ....... 22 give Mr. Fish some improtant pointers demn oeror IaFollette for his Why shouldn't the leading citizens s -a matter for s ere rejoicing that qaled, but is oered a.s a electi-
DAY MORNING, AUGUST 22 1905 on Governor Iafolltte'sm. ethd of criticism of Rockefeller. Good for of Apalachicola take steps to secure he is to continue to be IdenUtied w u througooot the eoarc.
making the railroads tote nfAr the Baptists! They can now afford a large appropriation from congress the state's ededational interests.- t. II. General Se'ce--Divided int
while no specific location on a vessel to shoulder the sins of the oil magnate for deepening the channel to the docks Augustine Record. three courses; 1, Cheni.ral conrs.:
is Prescribedor the lookout, he rI The people are hoping that there merely because he has decided to in the city? Can you give. a reason -v' Mathematical course: Natural Hisrory
pres-b" t. e ". ok.o e .- .will be more leaks developed in the afflet that church with his member- why they should not do so? Do you -fs **gS***fLr*# ')i..# course. No Greek ani >nry n'rane
quired by good navigation to be placed government departments, and that a ship. think-that we will receive the appro- tatla is required in th.se courses. A:1
at the point best suited for the pur- lot of grafters will drop out through * priation when we are not doing a FRUTfT HIWS AND f oour-year courses.
pose alike of hearlag and observing the leaks. The press dispatches thus describe thing along this line? Don't you be-, YELLOW FEVER III. Agricultu!--Four-yea: and ti
the approach of objects likely to be *. James Hazen Hyde's bow: "He bends lieve that it will take united work , --- year courses.
brought into-collision with the vessel. The fact that young Hyde Is being his body forward in a graceful curve and hard work to secure the deep wa-1 (Birmingham Age-lrald) IV. Engineerng-Four-year cu
of received at Newport with open arms and seizes the hand of his friend or ter? There are prime reasons fir in Mechanicl. Civil an. E- -: J
having regard to the circumstances of would indicate that financial crooked- acquaintance firmly." It only shows your consaleration. The question Is is. vnitswto*- e ,#*s Engineering, also a two-year c
the ease and the condition of their ness is almost equal to a divorce as a the force of habft. He accustomed up to you. What will you do about -- in Mechanics. No Latin or G7ee& s
weather. In the case before it the pass-port to high society there. himself to bending low ind seizing it?-Apalachicola Times. The Mobile Register admits that qUred in III. or IV. The f r. ci-.-
court held that where a large ocen- * firmly when he was reaching for u*e a New Orleans got the fever because its under II.. II. ald IV. lead t
.I" ^. .. .. r e In looking ovor the list of men who Equltable trust funds. Florida Wants Mcaath. quarantine officers kept banana ships gree of Bachelo" of Science: t.. s,;:
going steamship, with decks consid- cre being sued for the mismanage. * Announcement Is made by the Ocala ;jut throe days fiore they permitted courses to a Certlcate of ProrSe c -
erably above the water, was navigating meant of the quotable it is noticeable Professori Mathews of the Chicago Star that Professor Tom McBeath, them to land their cargoes. Mobile has V. Pharmacy-A full two-yeai co.-
Chesapeake bay in the night in foggy that about all the democrats Included university, belittles home training and late of the East Florida Seminary, and a _opted a Ave-day detention rule, b o be begun-A fneptember lw...
weather, a lookout stationed on the belong to the "safe and sane" variety. says that morality should be taught now of the State Normal at Ga-nes- whereas New Orleans now considers vIb boe.rn-Tbree courmer l.r
cros nest sixty feen the schools like algebra. Morality vylle, has refused a position in the ie day N wq tn Oman .Iv it td always teachere A one Tr co -.. .
crow's nest sixty feet abve the dec Noting the mrks made by Uncle should be tagt everywhere but the Southern Normal School of Kestucki a to s teachers: one-ear course a .
and 100 feet from the stem was uot Sam's eyeteeth when he cut them on best teaching is by example and the relating-to the public health. log to an L. I. Diploma; A four .-
properly located to hear and see ob- the Philippine gold brick, Jipan de- suMsidized professors who applaud But thi register insists that Mobile course leading to the der-ee of Ba h.
jects in front of the vessel, and es- cares she would not accept the archi- the criminal methods of the trust mag- Is doing -er full duty because it corn-m r of Pedagogy.
pecally small vessels of the character ago as a gift. We have often beenaeare not setting a very good ex pe; bana sips to unload their stuff An ampl- corps of co tnt eah-
that iMually navigate the bay, fre- fellow's teeth marks. * sixteen miles below Mobile,, from er. A high crriculu.--'Eppnses .-
q ue ntly loaded down to their water- ow A Chicago preacher advises Mayor which point i llgtered to Mobile. including board. $120 to 1) per ear
quently loaded down to their water- --" .. .. A." .. I o prea.hrve M oo i l i This plan may save Mobile from some Fall term opens Septembr T7. 1.0
mark, and that the ship was in fault The czar ntmates that e willnne to "drop" the traction matter risks in infection, but t does not in Sen- for Catalogue.
rifice every subjlet he h" before he (which the preacher says Is too much Vote risks llectionbut it does o I ency ior Cataloe
for a collision with a schooner, whose will submit to a disgraceful peace. By for him) and devote hiniself to some- any manner lessen the risks that the, ANDREW BLSEDD, P-estnt.
fog signal, regularly sounded, was not sacrificing a few grand dukes he will thing else. Has the minister any bananas .brp ~ the interior. Those Lake City. Flrida.
beard by the lookout until immediately be able to conclude other satisfactory stock in the franchise corporations or risks cum sli ot In the oir aion ther e- -
things than a graceful peace. is he serving the street car magnate. cumulation of stegoyla ean their.
before collision. 0.0 b for nothing? Dunne will carry out 1 distribution throughout the country. TO suNmIC IEERS
Chalman Shonts, of the Panama $2 ralturned about the ver t of the people for icip upon arrival; the lighters bearing ity subscription oulni p.
Canal Commission, bids fair to be- bananas cannot be fumigated; the caly to the f-l!owing authori z
come a rival of Mark Twain as a joke- warehouses in which they are stored lectors:
smith. He says the canal will be cannot be fumigated, and the cars that Wallace B. CaswellD
l A er.T heN oble Cof t eTeacher bear them to the interior must go un- Dudley R. Barrow.
e. The Noble a of teT chery? Simply because Geor A. Fl

1-.e iur the oon issue, because aat
Urge part of Pensacola's future de- Nrwegians, having come to the'
pends on the result of to-day's elec- conclusion that. the crop of would be
ion. kings is rather limited, have about doe
If we want new capital to invest cided to establish a republic and elect
In Pensacola-if we are looking fo a president.
confdence in the citT from the outside There will be a boom in saner krau
world-we must demonstrate to theand weinerwrsts soon after the rst
outside world that we have confidence hipoad of Oertan ervant girls t ri
In ourselves. thiplad of Gern servant girls a
We cannot better demonstrate our rives at Jacksoville.
own confidence in the city of Pensa- New York City has had 51,406 cas ,'
cola and its future than by voting for of typhoid fever this year. That beats
'public improvement bonds to-day, and, the Yellow Jack record by nearly fifty
we take it, every enterprising citizen thousand.
ts going to so vote.
Property owners particularly are in- By the way. To whom has Gover
terested in the bond issue because the nor Broward delegated the Important
public improvements which the bonds dutf of holding down the lid at Tal-
contemplate will increase the value lahassee?
of every foot of real estate In Pensa- George Ade should amend his comic
cola and wtlH bring buyers here for George Ade Shouldn amend lhis comic
all the property that is on the market. operaa yThe ultan o SUu' to icU
Let us vote for bonds to-day and Secretar and et Alce.
pave the way for the Greater Pensa- The Memphis Commercial-Appeal
xcola which will be here to-morrow. says Gas Addicks is a victim of self-
WheL. a man sees the perfect con-
trol over his machine exercised by General Oama I due to get busy
he skillful driver of an automobile. due to et
:he wonders what Is the peculiar s again in Manchuria.

cret that makes that same odrm (of
power unavailable for- oco)notion on
steel rails.The auto go-s backward
and forward with apps-ently equal
ease and as a locomotive, has no re-
*uirements it would be o'er.sting
to be told just why a gasoline motor
won't work on a track of 3Utl rails.-
T'ampa Times.
For the information of the Times we
beg to state that motor cars have for
some time been in operation on the
Vnion Pacific Railway. principally on
branch lines and for suburban traffic.
Wfhe Southern Pacific Company, we
understand. also operates similar cars
fn some of its Texas lines.
Railroad property in the United
States used directly for operation pur-
poses is valued at $11.244,852,000, ac-
ard ng to estimates made by experts
ft the Census Bureau at Washington.
This does not include private cars, es-
tanated to be worth 172,000,000, and
Pullman cars worth $51,000,00. The
malae of Florida railroad property is
plaeed at *80,467,000. or 0.716 perl
et. Florida ranks thirty-seventh
og the states in this regard.
OM Jack Rockefeller must note the
avish use* of oil in the southern states
prlth extreme pleasure. Ditto Presi-
a.ga Harper, of the Chicago Univer-

It Vsathern people were really as
aMid of the Yellow Jack as the north-
Im papers would have the world be-
ave this section would soyo become
A POemacolsa would fel right at
me In Miamint wfle the municipal
nwmaigns is under way In that city.
the Iaited States Chr"t Court of
assas for the afrth Oma bald
t se oae Tof Veiamd e eaaL, a that

The .F0weI Prnusted Dow.
how dlfv, 1905, a
Teawl of



or -M agw"e

4,34 1
The following figures show The Pei
scola Journal's circulation for eac
day during th3 oath of July, 1905
with the average number of ootp
July y 16 4,M
July 2 4400 July 17 ...
July 3 .... July 18 42
Wly 4 4*O July 19 400
July 4,25 July 20 4,41
July 6 4210 July 21 445
July 7 42M5 July 12 4,=
July a 4,50 July 23 4a44
.ldy 4ON July 4 ...
,July 10 .... July 2s 4Jo
July 11 4Q 0 July 2M 4
July 1a ,4, July 27 4.=
July 1 4,2S0 July 4
July 14 42S0 July 29 4,3
July 15 4,20 July 30 4
Total oar the mkoth .......n12"
Average per day .........
I areeby .erUtfy that the above stat
m a correm t according to the r
osi ona ie In this oBoe
W D A. Sw. r,

Mnotary P- L

$r ARM llMILt 4. HIRSCH of Chlcago
HE teacher is excluded from the ranks of the army that
marches to the tune of clinking gold. But we find recOm-
pense in the teachers' profession THAT OUTWEIGHS
ALL THE RECOMPENSE of other and more material
characters. Teachers work with the raw material which is to be made
over into dignified and self dependent humanity. The TRUE teacher
should find the greatest compensation in the realization of a work well

The true teacher must remember that in becoming a teacher she
must conseerate herself to her work. hOST HAVE FORGOTTEN
THIS. There is a scramble for salary, and often the term "salary"
has been regarded as too dignified and the word "wage" has been sub-
stituted, as if the teacher were a hired man. Perhaps the teachers are
underpaid. THEY ARE. The minimum should be raised, but if the
circumstances are such that it cannot be, the teachers should be willing
to make the sacrifice and not band together for salary, ANTD THAT


The true teacher must to a certain extent efface herself. The true
teacher must be a servant to others. The true teacher never has
asked, "What is the school to me f" but she has asked and should ask.
O'What am I to the school f" The teachers must be proud of their pro.
fession and glad to enter it and must find their return not in what the
schools give to them, but in what THEY GIVE to the schools. The
sqboola are not.for the teachers, but for the children.

The Negro Should Have .

Equality Before the Law
ifr 4. W. lYONS, a stew 1 tho Trfam ury

HE colored people of the United States have been emancipated
but one generation from slavery, yet have they OUT-
rl'lifjJl'J EUIROEAN RACES in reducing their il-
- literacy, raoes who labor under no such handicaps as peo-
5, ple of color are forced to contend with here.
Man doea not live bread aloe. He is not happy and will not
0 be if his civil and political rlvg are abated one iota. The wealth
C of a Croesus will ot eaqiOfAte far the illegally withdrawn OR RE.
STRIUTED ba lot, for the 1Pietplo of the ".Jim Crow" cars, the
o practice of peonage .A numerous other degrading anua odious d- -
10 rnnt
I know of doting Nom dagwos to a republic than to put into
Sits very midst fow million people stripped of the rlhts of itieAnship,
ro obbed of the i t o op -tio*n, BUT BOUND TO PAY
TAXES to the g.,.e. If they an endure it, WE cannot.
0 The murderer a to be Omd i.re than the murdered man, the robber
M ore than th 6 t bad4 aad e I*o defraud fewr million atise a of
thoi right. aw iu wiv vastly mo thaa we are Injuring
R. thoee wib- ueiu Is T that the linaslity of rights before
1th law, w {ak P part of oar system, Is more dangerous TO
US thanto t lahlkla wbom it &frasnmduh .
* "T S LmUf A PeaMag esNo IN THE BOOY, A THOMW I
n THE M L WIo L WOWe"D AMD t'eAs* WT e im,
S r $ q

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fumigation would destroy the fruit. Carlton Cushman.
The plain truth Is, the banana trade Do Not Pay Carriers.
r.hould not be permitted at gulf ports The only authorized travelling r">
in the present fever crisis. The Reg- resentative. of The Pensacola Joiurna
i6ter admits it brought upon the coun- are:
try the present fever epidemic, and Ai Hogeboom and Robert E. W.*
the trade is full of danger to the coun- liams.
try until frost comes, because it fills The circulation department will r:.
the land with utAgoamyia mosquitoes ognize no receipts signed by az;
that stand ready to got down to bus- others.
iness as soon as a fever patient comes FRW A. SWEET.
!v sight, Bananas and stegomylas go Mgr. Circulation.
ttogether. CHARLES F. STEWART. Asst. M4,.



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a. they are great happy-home makers If a
woman, you can be made strong aonugh
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Aledy Williams Case is Cst Abot $2,000, amn This Wll Be
Greatly clamsd at Secol Trial, Which
Conmems Oa November, 16.

ALL OF THE W1TNESSS TO 0D distance they traveled. The jurors
Slalone cost the county something over
rCIVE 5 CENTS PER MILE, IN There will be a saving, however, in
CEIVE 5 CENTB PER MILE. I cne direction by the change of venue.
ADDiTION TO PER DIEM, AND Tn Jackson county there is little
Known of the case, and with a special
SEVERAL THOUSAND MORE venire of fifty, it is anticipated that
a jury can be procured.
WILL THUS BE ADDED. It has been conceded by attorneys
on both sides that it would have been
p.lmo&s an impossibility to secure a
"f Wilam F" Wi..... for jury in this county, owing to the pub-
f JoWilm F.Williams for licity given the case by the newspa-
'.. r of John Wite and Ed rs, and the change of venue was
S:.thy.it will likely cost scambia thus welcomed.
'* a large sum before it is con- Abet Twenty Witoeses.
S 1 The fir: trial. which con- There will be about twenty witness-
,-d last we'e. was a rather expen- es to go from this city to Martinna
imc. i: being estimated that wit- hen the case is called. In addrikon
jurors and other expenses to the per diem, each witness will re-
eached the sum of $2,000 or ceive 5 cents per mile traveled, mak-
SThe change of ventle for the ing a total at about $12.50 each for
:. t rial will make the expense meag e. The r em will
S.rmlr.lea alone. The per"lem i
greater. as all witnesses wil also come frou this county, and it ;s
Fi from this county to Mari-estimated that to hear the testimony;
a be in the case it will cost Escambia
-.. so far has been a very county about $1.50 for each witness
S. owing to the fact that heard, and this will amount to quite
-;, ,: venire was necessary ,ddltton there; a the Jur.-
....prminc giiaSum. nIn addition there are the jury-
'!i. prominence given e+ man a r ethp 4
-. ,ien OUt of the cit' men and other expenses
\ mi e en out of the c it Secie to Be Drawn.
S leaThe court will convene in Jackson
county on November 13th, and a spe
cial venire will be issed for a jury a
The Great Antiseptic few days prior. The case from Es-
Sa *. all mosquito cambia will be given the right of way,
S' I- ; \ m wq fever dm and ima t is estimated that it will be com-
., rm. pieted within three days.
Williams, charged with murdering
SDansby, will go to Jackson county, in
Still In Business! charge of the sherig, several days
GEORGE A PE ON ahead of the date e st for his trial.
GEORGE A. PETTER N, He ill be present in courthen the
:- iw located at venire is drawn, ana' will remain there
Cer. Government and Barcelona Sbt. until toe trial is concluded.
a- if t>',.- prepared than ever The cost to Bhcambia county for
Sr sa ers trying Williams will amount to some
unr. pi:.-sE. iKks. l.ht ma- thing like 6,W00.
iioue: and hic cles.
PHONE 203. A Waming t Mothers
T-oo much care cannot be used with
small children during t Me hot weahbe
of the summer mouths to guard
A against bowl troubles: As a rule it
is only necessary to give the child a.
Sdoe of ca r Oil to correct any dis-
order of the bowels. Do not use any
substitute, but give the old-fashloned
Sastor oil, and aee that it is freh as
Sr Iancid oil auseates and has a ten-
i deacy to grtp. I th does not check
the bowels give Chamberlal's Colie,
"*--S .'Cholera and Diarrhoea Baeedy and
;then a dose at c Mr oil, and the dig-
S da r ease will be checked in its tcipiency
i dtsiner, who looks af- and all danger avoided. The cator
S h' e. filing of men of irregu- ,oil ad this remedy Tald be prcarcd
.. is waie at nights- at once and kept ready for Instant use
;. i --rhlnking out new as oon as te t --h-..( tn of any
"' properly clothing bow trouble appears. tis is the
.T- long-stout, lonsg most suocessfnl treatment known andl
he short-lean man. may be rolled uptS wta implicit con-
orns are perfect and amence even It c at chdlera latan-
S,,oa with the services tumr. Far @ale by all druggists.
'erfhant tailor. Extra- RUSSIAN MUTINM ER
vux:ra-thin men may Os-IAN MUTIMNR
;-_fir-ed at ;7.50 to $15.0 COMING TO AMERICA
: pr- ices between. The
the newest and the iO As taed -
.-hip is perfect. New York. Aug 21.--ifta-are be-

please. if you
-ea :.:. you can't be R

Why Pay Me

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Pnome 297

Car- MaIn and P"w

have m



jag collected on a* af -e wim
the stated object ao l Int th
city the sagts who intlne recently
aboard the Russian battleip Poete
kUne oe Ofass. Thea am aot 400
of the motineers, mot of whom a re
now in Roania and' VB e. If they
c0nast to a e kur, positious wItl
hk fmnd ft tM.

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rwy pesnm -inM kww tat gW4
Ith is imipidbe If tb t.e. are
aged. PoFer UeUMyr CUre will
e kidr a d bladder 4Imae la
ry fir. and wlI brad up sad
gitbm tbas rm so teoy Noi
lah their ameoS aoperly. No
ew art e aMaIme or labes i
W A,. DateI, .a iun
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Captains.-Chas. Perry, Jas. Bas
rell, A. D. Ferguson and W, J. Old-



A small blase occurred Sunday, nigat
cn board the steamer Tarpon, which,
at the time, was moored alongside of
Commandancia wharf.
The steamer had completed dis-|
charging her cargo, and was prepar-;
ing for her trip to Mobile, when fire'
was discovered in the engine room.'
This was extinguished in a few mo-
ment's by the crew of the steamer,,
the loss being small.
Chineae Bandits Annihilated.
St. Petersburg. Aug. 21.-An official
dispatch from General Unevitch tu
the Emperor dated August 16, says
that a Russian detachment has anni-
hilated a band of Chinese bandits in
the Lungchen district. The leader of
the band and two Japanese were
among the dead.
Linevitch Has a Big Army.
Ion'on. Aug. 21.-The Daily Tele-
graph's Japanese correspondent at
Moji says that General LAnevitch's de-
fense works are now complete. His
troops number between 400,000 and
500.000. Train loads of troops are
arriving' from Russia and many are
being sent to the Tumen.
Colliery Strike in Pola.-d.
IF"ris, Aug. 2l.-A dispatch to the
Matin says thet a strike has been de-
cared in four large collieries in the
Sasnovice district, (Russian Poland),
v:here there are extensive French in-
teresta.- -
Killed in Street Car Accident.
Lansing, Mich.. Aug. 21.---One mai
was killed and six persons were seri-
ously injured in a street car accident
at Dewitt, six miles from Lansing,
last evening. The dead man's name is
George Burton.

For restore g Lhe
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is spealy god. |

Try bottle lad
see for yourself.

Walter S. Hooten,
General Dealer in

ZcydesBicyd Sldries

and Fittings.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
writers, Guns. Pistols. Locks and Um-
brellas repaired. ,
Laws Mowers, Scissors Knives,
ets.. sharpened.
Most complete line it key Ia the
Try Hooton's Messenger Servile
when In a hurry to send messages.
PHONE 1133.
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days. f you are wearing
a collar that's ragged
about the edge, your tef-
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quantity of vinegar and discovered an
extra cork in the bottom of the meek. IM riet w ilM omt t i
Below that were three gallons of gin. th
the vinegar between the corks had ,utm iota aay*sa-
served to deceive the Inspecting of- ag.m Dairyr F.e~ ea t
Seer at the gangway for a nooth.-
Chicago News. "In shie. Noe e iM iadit
eIi kUIaMbut m ileed At
An Instance of what I lcdM C AiJ inrewd aarram
reckless philanthropy has come to ey c The
notice. The story Is told of a certaa
4d and rery wealthy lady wbo has es t milk ten is
seer been knowu to give anything 3to
maybody, but Whose wi'l mmst eaLch a i* r--&
ity twstiat"iM *nies the este is, d h
Wallowed up by the lawyers. Aftte
aediag halft a tlfetime selecting orst f '+4 h a
and tea sothercharity tseri Sr" i *mpLa mB o
pat mortem benevolencesh recently
'd qualms of coscemNa. She beard "s* sbs us'm Daiy Feed r 4
soysBtu vices amy, TsOd 0iy O itr l of w iroi
i semim _t' *hr a At rhtis e tegk o anote. Thy bs- A s G"o d the 6s Ma.
.a Insst i &At W s ays ,e As %
sorlbtg the Aerience, "I took s i
"pow in W krlP ao d sat rat to 0") -
a uabcrbptlo to hbaMe. O- On
walJ hid dosbtu P b~ ae 1th a l0'0'! I
fI h 4 thae Feed myk l my ":i a
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The annual meeting of the Pensac:ea
Bar Pilots Association was held ast
l abightt, when officers were elected and
other business tranacted. The meet-
OVaft- ;ng last night was the nineteenth held
ache, since the organization of the present
Association, and with a few excep-
ry it tions every member was in attend-
Officers elected were as follows:
President-Howard L. Whbte~
Vice-President.--Chas. B. IAastor4.
S'^ 9Secretary.-Jas. L. School.
Treasrer.-C. McK. Oertlng.
Sj* P Finance Committee.-Chas. Perry,
SJ'as. Bassell and J. O. Seeley.
we e Auditing Committee.-Joha H. Caro,
P W. Jones and W. iA BeL

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Beautify tl 1mil

The ome .

This fall. E 1

a little expeasei
with ea few wel-
framed pictures on ,
the bare walls.
We carry a large
line of moulding r 1 bi .
the purpose.
SBy Associatd Press.
New Orleans, Aug. 31.--ull of hope
m B the federal and local authorities and
Gem Book Store
Gum Book u t public In general entered to-day
upA thie I week of tie campaign
C. L Joham, Prp, against the' fever, which is now con-
siered to be beyond the stage when a
serious epidemie is possible.
"IS my judgment," said Dr. Beverly
S .Warner, head of the volunteer forces
Iwho has been n close touch first with
li DB ll- IM i the local authorities and then with the
federal, int 'a address at the Baptist
SBavlen and fIntewenca church, "calamity was impending
over this eity a few weeks ago. Now
l the day of the impending calamity has!
e Ipassed. The decrease In the mortal-I
MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL ty ss shown by the reports, "is un-
TRY AND GAME Ifr SEASON. precedemted and the situation is rap-
iTRY dly getting under control."
FREE DELIVERY. r. Warner said the passing of the
caRlmHiy was due in a large degree to
PHIL JONES, MANAGER te splendid work of the Marine hos-
PHONE g & pital service. He said that the daily
S record given out by the service was a
true one. Nothing has been suppress-
A STOLEN INVENTION. ed and truth and publicity have prov-
ed to be of the greatest benefit. Dr.
oew th oe .e e t nuasa- Warner said that in the future he
C(b Let a ermtuae. Would protest with all his might
Charles Hansom, the famoiu Eng against tho suppression of any health
architect, was a talented man i auy news. He did not believe that here-
tafter the citiens of New Orleans
respects other than in the exercise mld permit on the part of any one
his profession. He was dining on a policy of concealment.
certain day with a few friends when Whie the federal authorities now
one of them taunted him with being have no hestancy in saying that the
unable to invent a vehicle which would fever is being controlled and checked
supersede the old fashioned hacks and they are not ready to fix a 'ate when
cabs in universal use in London. Mr. It will be stamped out The life of a
Hansom jot a sheet of paper, and stegomyla mosquito is perhaps two
without any delay he sketched out his months and a here and there a stray
idea of a safe and convenient mode of Infected moquite is sure to avoid ail
passing through the crowded streets the Pitfalls laid for its distraction
of the great metropolis. His friends sporadic cases will doubtless appear
watched him while he was at work after thedisses entirely under co
trol. diee Is entirely under con-
and unanimously applauded the sketch Dr. White is expected back to-day
which he had drawn. They dubbed it from Mobile, whither he went to con-
by the name of its inventor, and it was sult the health authorities there In
then and there called a "Hansom ear." connection with the matter of the
One of those present advised him to movement of freight from New Or-
take out a patent for it, which he said leans There is great satisfaction
he wouldd do on the morrow. Howev- over the announcement that Alabama
er, there was oneldishonest man in the will place nA bar over the shipment
company, by whom he was orFestalledn of merchandise provided that the cars
company, by whom he was forestalled, which carry it have been disinfected
for on reaching l wn hoM e that for the purpose of destroying mosqut-
evening and being& likeMr. Hansom,
a clever draftsman, as all great arehl-
tects are, be skt'ched out a car like CURIOSITY
the drawing he hba seen, and early the -r--
following morning he took it to the Leads to nvestigatin and Truth.
Soffce and got Xots, patent for It In s we 'do to be saved? was
his own name, thw robbing the talent- the title of one of Robt. Ingersoll's
ad Inventor of all the remnaeration lectures. people of faith and people
which he deserved to reap from it. It of no faith locked to hear it. Thou-
brought an Immense but ill gotten for- sands are asking, "What shall I do to
tune to the one who had perpetrated get rid of dandruff?" The answer is.
the fraud, whereas Mr. Charles Han- "Kill the germ that causes dandruff,
som was never ote penny the richer.- falling hair and finally baldness, and
Douhboe's. the only thing that will do it is New-
bro's Herpicioe. That is the very
A~ TAl GIN latest discovery of the laboratory,
JACK TAN'S GIN. and it Is the only preparation that
claims to, or that will, kill the pestif-
b*e way Liquor Was sImui erous dandruff grrm. It also is a de-
Abeewr One of Owu WaDUbiS. lightful hair-dressing, free from oil or
While on the China station in 1886 grease or sticky substances. Try it
the master at arms' mes on the Unit- and be convinced of its actual merit.
ed States steamer Omaha was in a Sold by W. A. DIAlemberto, druggist
drunken and demoralized condition for and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox street,
several weeks. Try as he might the Pensacola, Fla. Send 10c. in stamps
captain could not discover where the r te or s e to The Herpicide Co., De
liquor was coming from. Finally all trolt, Mich.
shore liberty was stopped, but the
drunkenneI did not cease. On the
morning of sailing while the executive --
ebcer was near the port gangway
watching the taking in of stores he
asked what was In a large demljohn
and packages. He was told that it was s e
vinegar. He poed the cork ad sniff- M
ed It, It was vinegar. Then his at-
larked "master at arms' mess," and,
tg vinegar for bathing, as be had al-
ready seen the same demijohn brought ThA
aboard twice within that week, he or-
dered the officer of the deck to inspect
It carefully and taste it. He did; it 0
was vinegar. That odcer, however, -
noticed that the Jug had an unusually
long neck. He poured out a small




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howgood a good
beeris, and those who try
it know thaG Gerst beer is
thebest. This something you
should know and remember.
Always can br "Grst Beer, mad
famous by the sunny Sou"S."
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Office Furniture!
We wish to call the attention of the business men
Pensacola to our office furniture.

Desks, Chairs, Book Cases,
Filing Cabinets, etc They are time and labor save
and there's the highest quality in each article.


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i .IIf lll l iI tl Illl It i |ll Hli tIlIIt tItilitIIillI tli)flll ll1 1ti lli I iit til
toeS. The acknowledgement of the P s -a
Alabama authorities that freight itself st
will not carry infection is expected to
have an excellent effect on the attitude "
of other states and it is anticipated il5 MIUr UO
that Dr. White will be solicited to use
his influence in this direction with
Mississippi and Texas. In this con- B afIe B eep
nection while Alabama is showing W 9
evidences of sanity in the treatment h o cquaL
of the situation, the Texas authorities
continue to put into effect every week Sold cvery where
severe rules until now it requiress
eleven days' detention to get into A Friedm
Texas. .A. ried man
Of the forty five new cases in the t
preceding twenty-four hours, four WhoIesal Lstributg
were found in one family ar.d three in
another. A new case has appeared in Ledr m Inmprted Wines
the French asylum on St. Ann street.
A number of Norwegians and Swedes ad Lquons
have been included in the lists of new
cases recently, most of them being PHONs I17
sailors. Quite a number of the forty- Na. 51 SOUTN PALAPOX ST.
five new cases were reinfectlons in PENSACOLA, PLA.
houses in the old district. The fed-
eral authorities watch each house ;n
which a case appears twenty-ftve days --.
after it is cured or died. If no new
cases appear in that time the house
Is considered non-infected. Arrange- F. M. WILLIAMI,
ments are now being made to arrange CONTRACTOR ANO BUILDt ,
a complete lidt of son-Intected houses Ofice, Brosnaham buildlag, sa
The Marine hospital is now cosid- to Pensacla Business CoLlag
erlng the matter of etbllshl a de. Prtomr atteetlod alwayl gs
tention hospital tt) f airJest o to butsias Pasee I
teh emergency w i|t Tb ,a is
to place in it woee aomes
may be infected, dng te at .) ,e '.
to the emergen a e r-
bers to th'e In
ibat way it is Tui ses MU
'sijl be more ra clee o lfec-
..in. This Is Ilended especially to |L|I I "
xcet the situation in foreiga nlt-
.--;i-oo8s where the population does P3, 51111
'.. yield readily to the regulations.
TIaayette and Alexandria are now I Noh
at-3 of ever, pteati there hating P*6OPT AN fW
:-,overed. lhe- "aWnemnit of Dr. -. it VI.
Gulteras that the seeo a eae at WORK LD _Fp9o n i 6 -
fayne is no yello*. fe1 has had a DLIVERMI -
reasnrting e f l the p-pb" in-hitt MI'Mat sI"P RASI
town and in tie Ia rt elfh satry. PR SSWrI1m p. ,.
Crowe w A-hich "-p a A MONTt ;
ttnsae ae i gto t01 0 7
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The peole of ScMnhip 'County,
as ti al the manufactures g 'g
-ray,r Lok upon us as the drug
aderw of this part of the coun-
try.i -eied everything in drug
S tc gfdsI comes to us first,
ad people come here first for
f6tir 4rg sore, needs. They
hae learned that that saves
tiue and trouble and is most

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There will be a quiet but lovely
bhmne wedding this morning at the res-
tance of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bonacker
corner of Thirteenth street and Four-
teenth avenue, East Hill, when their
sister, Miss Alice K. Bonacker and
Mr. W. Guy Wilson formerly of Ocala
wil! be united.
The entire lower floor of the beau-
v ful new home has been thrown open
and exquisitely decorated for the hap-
py event.
The reception hall and parlor are
cool and inviting in their green and
white color scheme tastefully carried
out in white roses, white crepe myrtle
and ferns.
The ceremony will take place at 6
o'clock. Rev. A. T. Sharpe, rector of
St. Katharine's church officiating,
reading the beautiful and impressive
Episcopal ceremony.
The bride will be married in her
tmveling suit of pongee with all ac-
cessories to match. She will enter
the parlor on the arm of her brother
Mr. C. S. Bonacker who will give her
ewar. There will be no attendants
and a very few friends ann' the fami-
lies have been invited to be present.
After the ceremony a very delight-
tal wedding breakfast will be served
In the dining room which has been
made even more inviting if possible
than usual by its decorative scheme
of yellow and white effectively car-
r'cd out with yellow canna and ferns.
T'. hostess. Mrs. C. S. Bonacker will
wear a simple white morning street
Although the approaching wedding
1has been kept very quiet a number of
handsome and useful presents have
been received from those who know
or suspectedo' an early culmination
of the charming romance. The wed-
ding will be rather a surprise to many
friends of both bride and bridegroom,
all of whom will unite in wishing
them all sorts of long continued hap-
piness and prosperity.
Mr. Wilson and bride will leave on
the 7 a. m. train for Jacksonville and
will spend a portion of their honey-
woono in South Florida with relatives.
After visiting his relatives in Ocala
thty will visit her father Capt. W. B.
oionacker a prominent resident of
lakeland and influential throughout
that section, and her brothers Mr.
William A. and Mr. John H. Bonacker
of Tampa, they ana' Mr. C. S. Bonack-
er being favorably known all over the
state as "The Bonacker Brothers."
In a few weeks the happy couple
wil return to Pensacola to reside, Mr.
Wflson having been connected with
the "Consolidated" since its establish-
s=ent two years ago.
When the surviving members of the
Eighth Illinois cavalry meets in Chi-
cago September 8, says the Army and
Kavy Register, they will have an op-
portunity to talk over the stirring
events of '65 with their former antag
onists. Captain E. A. Worrell, of
tis city, president of the association,
4w extended, through John H. Alex-
ander, a lawyer, who was a member
of Mosby guerrillas, an invitation tw

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oMet Thbe VU Com | SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARU 1 5l5 1
LESS AS WAM I The Mrsest assortment of
maCty, H a and Bkewhtert Pipes ti the city. Big
oe1s&gment just recefrea
Sand misst be sold at once
to got them oat of the
the surveslo of the sothpera com- U way
mand to joti the 'llinois relment in
the ceigebrati. Colonel John 8.
Mosby ha signed his intention of Wi t the Cut r Hailm CN DO S
being prest, as well as a large num-st te ttT A mt
ber of other survors of the regiment, in w SATU AY NiT AT : i CLOCK
according to a statement made by n Watcing the Coast for
CaPt*i Wrrell. The guerrillas will Fresh Bread daily and
reciprocte by inviting the members Nixt Few Weel. fresh Roasted Coffee. Ice
of the Eghth to attend their annual Cream and Cake oraers
reunion, the date and place for which for parties and weddings
have not yet been settled. In for- The revenue cutter Penrose. which a specialty.
warding his invitation to the former has been use' for many years in the
guerilla to attend the reunion Cap- harbor by the customs inspectors to
tain Worrell enclosed a roster of the board vessels, has been assigned to
survivors of the Eighth cavalry. Mr. W H I T E
Alexander, in accepting theinvitation, NADINE FACE POWDER is com. patrol duty along the outside beach,
designates the list as a "roll of honor," pounded and purified by a newly dia- and will hereafter assist the cutter
and adds: "There were no soldiers covered process. Produces a beauti- Hamilton in this work. OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE
in the federal army for whose fighting ful, soft, velvety appearance, which The Hamilton has been in port fo9 O
qualities were entertained so high a remains until washed off Ladies who a number of days undergoing repairs.
regard as those of the Eighth cavalry, use Nadine Face Powder are sure the but one vessel is not sufficient to pa*
except perhaps poor Blazer's West complexion will be soft And lovely at trol the coast between Pensacola and I
Virginians, who fought us to a flnshclose of the evening. Perdido, so the Penrose was ordered
at Kabeltown in October, 1864" THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALBD. to assist in the work. Another cutter
There may be "a" Col Mosby still BuY one 60-cent green packaop of is patrolling from Mobile to Perdidq.
alive, and several of his alleged guer- Nadine Face Powder, and If you are This is done in order that no ves-
rilla "survivors," but there is only not entirely satisfied, notify us and sels from New Orleans, or any other
one real. genuine, live, survivor of we will promptly reftm4 your money. infected port may enter Pensacola. It
"Moeby's men," and he lives or did Bold by all leading druggists, or mail would be an impossibility for a vessel TO S
live when the writer last saw him, in Price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, of large tonnage to slip into port, but
Hillsborough county. And he is the prepared only by it would have been easy for a small
only one, for he used to assure their NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris, Tennm loat flled with passengers to came
Tampa newspaper people of that fact into port before this patrol was eAtab-
ten years ago. The Tampa Times lashed.
should see that "The only real sur- health, before returning, expecting to Captain Hanks, commanding officerI
rivor" gets to that reunion and shames leave Mrs. Carpenter to remain north of the Hamilton. is in charge of the
the pretenders. for several months. patrol work, the cutter Penrose being
Sunder his command. s 1 Wich HaS Bem Statin-
"IN THE SWIM," Miss Colon Smith leaves Wednes- Commanding offers of the Penroese ,
PEN6ACOLA'S SOCIETY PAPER. day to visit friends in Alabama. were changed yesterday, Lieut. Geo. ed Here for Years, is to
Pensacola society will no doubt s C. Carpenter, formerly of the Hamil-
welcome a new weekly publication to Mrs. J. Z. Cravey will leave ina ton, aa line officer, taking command, Sail T0-night
be devoted to 'literature and society" few days for Terrehaute, Ind. .8he with Lieut. J. F. Bryani as engineer
under the joint editorship of Mrs. will return via Columbia,-Tenn., to officer. The gunboat Wasp, which has been
Fred Gilmore-better known in the: attend the approaching wedding of The Penrose would have assumed stationed at the Pensacola navy yard
"short story" world as "Nellie Cravey her brother Mr. R. W. Cobb. Later her new duties yesterday, but for the for a number of years, is to leave lace
imore-ad Miss Celia Myrover she ill visit in Birmingham, Al fact that an accimt occurred, which this afternoon or tonight, proceeding
Robinson. before returning home. Sle will be will require at least a week for re-
The paper will be called "In the away several weeks. pairs before she is ready to proceedhere to pot a the coa
Swim." and. as both young ladies to duty.andlatertoNewportNews.
havexperienceability andhigh so The Miami Metropolis, says: "If The Wasp came here about three
cial prestige, they will have a fine the Rev. Frank W. Gunsaulus, of Ch-. years since, being detailed to serve as
fela' for their work and are meeting cage, said what follows, he is an ass. the vessel on which the commander ol*
great encouragement. 'The one man in the world who match- the Eighth naval district was to make;
"In the Swim" will make its debut es Jesus Christ in seriousness of pur- LIV his insptions. She has been used al-'
on Saturday, November 4, and will be pose, in purity of life is the President most exclusively for this purpose, arnt
published every Saturday during ihe io the United States, Theodore Roose. ---. has made a number of trips in gul:i
season velt,' and we do not undervalue the waters, going from Tampa to the Rio,
Mrs. Nellie Cravey Gilmore has had 'seriousness of purpose' or the 'purity Grande and visleiting many pc.rt:
considerable experience in local news- of life' of President Roosevelt, either." Special to The Journal, within the district.
paper work in her girlhood, but sinre The trouble with Rev. Dr. Gunsau- Olive, Aug. 21.-The remains of Mr. Recently orders were receive to
her marriage has devoted her undoutbt- lus probably is that he has more serl- Drck Dean were laid to rest yesterday. place the gunboat in con 1.cio, am';
ed talents to short story writing in ously contemplated the character 6f afternoon at the Whittnore cemetery. that she then proceed to Ky West,
which she has won a fine reputation his president than that of his Lord. Mr. Dean passed away suddenly, hav- thence to Norfolk. Her final de-tina-
and her epigrams have attracted much ing been sick but a ahort time. Pe tion is yet unknown.
favorable comment, as has often been It's in the flavor. Try Blue Ribbon leaves a wife and somf grown children What vessel will repla 'e .he Wasp
pointed out in The Journal. Lemon and Vanilla Extracts once and to mourn his loss. We extend dnr in the local service has not yet been
Miss Roblnson is also a Pensacola on will always use them. Ask your heartfelt sympathy to them and rela- made public by the depar.rnent.
girl but for four years has been in grocer for Blue Ribbon Leion and Va- tives.
Fayettevile, N. C., where she assist nilla. Takes less. Flavors perfect- There was no preaching at the Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamn
ed her uncle, Editor J. H. Myrover of ly. church yesterday as the pastor didn't Berlain's Colic, Cholera and
the Observer, and for several months arrive. Diarrhoea Remedy.
i'ring his illness conducted the Ob- A Fresh Water Lighter. Mrs. I. E. Allen, of Brent, and her This fact is well known to druggists
server most ,creditably. During that A gang of ship carpenters and daughter, Annie, were visiting here everywhere, and nine out of, ten will
time she wa also society correspon- caulkers were busily engaged repair- Sunday. give their customers this preparation
dent of a Raleigh paper, so that she ing a large water lighter at the ter- Mrs. M. E. Cohron and two sons. when the best is aske-l for. Mr. Obe
too is well eiipped and The Journal ninal dock this morning for the ex- Lonnie and Wiley, from Muscogee, 'itmer, a prominent druggist of Jop-
cordially welcomes the ladies to thd tension on the keys. Fresh water Is visited this place yesterday. l.n, Mo., in a circular to his customers,
local field, trusting and believing one of the greatest necessities among Miss Ida Wilson, of Pensacola, was says: "There is nothing on the market
they will really be "In the Swim," he extension laborers and the trouble out yesterday. All were glad to see in the way of patent medicines which
financially as well as socially and in- and expense of supplying it to them erequals Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
tellectualy. is one of the biggest items in connec- Mr. Joe Harper was out to prayer and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com-
tion with the sundrS expenses.-Mi- nie ting last night, plaints. We sell and re-omnmend this
ENJOYABLE SUNDAY ami Record. r. Bill Hoyt was visiting here fes- preparation." For sale by all drui-
AT LIFE SAVING STATION. terday. dists.
A crowd of about thirty-five young A little forethought may save yo
peoepe spent a most enjoyable day at o end of trouble. Aiiyone who makes
the l.fe Sa-ving Station tSnday leav- Iarule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, P
ing t e city a lerad Diarrhoea Remedya Pretty Desgn for Separate W waist
at the station at 9:50. The crowd was hand knows this to ue a fact. For
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Wolf and sale by all druggists.
Mrs. Cusachs. The day was spent in
bathing, playing games and having au
all around gooc' time. Several good $
fiews of the party were taken in vari-
ous forms. Those who attended the
picnic were Misses Clyde Allen, Katie 2

Dunham, Alberta Villar, Amelia anld o
Hazel Johnson, Katie Haynes, Hazel $
Clarke, Gertie Whitehead, Nannie f
Sweeney, Maud Clarke, Hilda Griffin,
Bertle Ren Lonsbury, Lala, Mary and
Helen Cusachs, Louise Wolf: Messrs.
Chip Klumker, Willie Bogart. Leoncio e e
Borras, Cecil Hovey, Eddie Anderson, a
Johnnie Miller, Allie Murphy, Gam
olay., Willie Perry. Bugene Arbona
ind' Masters Thomas Cusachs and
Kenith Wolf.
Mr. Peter Undenstruth and daugh.B O N D S "
etrs Miss Lindenstruth and Miss Meta, I
MIr. E. J. Garsia of New Orleans, Miss ( -
L. Ahrens, Miss Florence Marston and j('
,brother, and Mr. B. H. Thomas formed I




a pleasant party wao enjoyed a Sun-
dhy picnic at Mrs. Morgan's "All Bay."
Mr. W. F. Reed and two children
joined them in the afternoon.
To-morrow night at 8:45 o'clock the
marriage of Miss Ruby Grace Wheat
to Judge !as. R. Landrum will be sol-
emnized at the home of the bride's
mother. Mrs. W. J. Wheat, of War-
rington. A special train will leave
the city at 8 o'clock and will return.
leaving Warriagton at 10 o'clock. No

The revenue cutter Penrose Lient.
I. W. Bryan commander, has been or-
dered on patrol duty in connection
with the Hamilton, between this city
'and the Perdido river until further
Miss Virgie Ward of Mobile has re-
tcrned home after a visit to Miss
SColon Smith.
Mr. Edward HBllbuin returned Sat-
urday night after a delightful trip to
St. Louis and other points.
Miss Ba and Miss Hela Gonzales
will arrive home this morning from
mot enjoyable visits In prminugham
a Vtmment, Ala.
Rev. Geore V. Oareter left Mon-
day noon an a wl W ramed vation.
He wiH Jsn Ir. rho has
been r vaI Nar a rWal weOa hut Is
improvtb&-4 tt r lbad. and will
travel wth r i tn the morth tbr
several w *oterS )r t 49 her

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Piano House!

We can save you many and satslfy
you _if you desire a first-elas Piano
New Pianos from $100 to .$00.
Be sure to see the Baby Piano-
smallest regular Piano made tor young
and old alike, $100 to JI[.
It will pay you to all or wrt" uN.



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The distinctive touch that theI is in the back; and the fullness drawn
French endeavor, and so successfully, down into the ribbon belt which is
to attain in all their seuall belongings pased through a buckle to hold it
is cleverly displayed in this dainty at nd snug. The sleeve a dressw
blouse of white crepe de chine d esiaped ctF, rpos of shringa adeep
lIce. The collar and shallow yoke are to those on the waist separating h
ot white B~rge, ad to ths the blouse iV TheT yoke and cut may be.omit-
i WapUNd In fa"cyorbibfm one overW WI nt t4he bote is du1tm4 f t r
~FwOrb e Tou~r T fa.stia: -.. ,-i

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Six Erariry Bargain Events


t.g t s dcka srup

See Them in Our Big Show Windows



Another ,trsordtarty Rog Special that you can't afford to miss.
Twenty-four "Royal Piyple" Smyrna Rogs. worth $3.00 and $4.0)9 each,
in new Oriental designs and colorings.

THE $3.00 QUALITY, $i O8
Size, 30x60.

Size, 36x72.

After these are gone all future purchases will rule at regular
prices. Better choose bright and early Monday.

Swiss Ctage Ouraim ONd Las eCtai.im
Former Prie (One and Two Pairs.)
98---$1I5 and $1.50-41C REGARDLES OF COST.
Full three and a half yards Here's an opportunity to fit out
long, five-nch frill some with to ow
tucks, some satin striped bor- those one and two window
ders-Just 86 pairs. rooms handsomely and cheaply.

m's. gflM Shirts "yls" 9 fe rib.
All Sies. Formerly
35c-- 14% to 16 %2---- 35 $60--41 50 and $4.00--2.50
Regular 50C and 69c values, and In Tan, Russia and Black Vici.
Regular 50e and 69c vaines, and He r o-nhy
Here's a shoe offering worthy
in many shops you pay as of your immediate considera-
much as 75 Cents. tion.

About 60 pairs of odd Corsets in
Sfgirdle, short, medium and long waist
lengthss former price 50c, 75c and
Corst $1.00. If you appreciate big value,
,here it is. Sizes, 18 to 29............3 5

Your. for Quality,

W. J. & B. FORBES.


to carry oeds eWe; that's why we te to keeU p q ar


until rvtrythg, is "gobbled up." 'Hu dre dof
the saps are goe, but a few in every lot remain.
3.50 LadIl' Strap Sandals, all styles, now.....................2
2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now ....................196
3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now ...................
.50 Ladles' Tan or Black Oxfords, all style, now............. $1.9
6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, new................ 4.98
5.00 Men's Oxfords, all syles,........... .................. 3.9
4.00 Menu Oxford, all styles, now ..........................3.19
3.50 Men's Oxfords, all style, now ..........................* 9
Mises', Children's and Boy' Footwear n ame proportion, as our
ntir stok of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Mut be Sold, so hurry
long and get your share of the plums.


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Zal Cehn Co,
Thge Skme t&it Pews
.om es176 -d 4W & e People,

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Beautiola Is the only harmless prepar"-
lion that ,omplet ly obliterts ALL
facial bl'-mkehe. traces of care worry, 111-
nefte d expoasu. After a few app ies-
toisof Beautol. b auty of youth return
and agr falls like a mantle from the face.
lbryin the skin soft. clear and velvety,
oota wrikle or blemish remaias. Beauti-
oli is endorsed by th Medltil Praternlty.
Chemists and Expert Dermatologiste. It
hasnmade faded, but o' ee b autbful ladles.
as youthful at forty and ifty as they were
at twenty, also used by men with the same
wonderful realty. Bfutiola removes the
worst rases of BtROWN, LIVER PPOTS.
TIOKS. Price 60 cents. IVERY BOX
Fer gale by leMding draWists or seat
direct to
Dept. St. Louis.
Peautlols book malea free upon reql t



A Ikarde nsetikton for girls and yomu sk--s- branch of
Breae Gl-ainesvtille, Ge. W al eosr in IAtera.
ture at Ian., MUsic, Art, Orator,. ote. Colse ablding
beatt.*fe W rf_ g ; s splendid ew au.. Delight-
Ifu ambote Mssr a amman.... N Ssnt alt. w cata
logue address A. W. VAN no" E, o~ . REAC C
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4-room house on a Rua street,
lot MiUtG feet, rests $7.0..... f 60
11 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, property well
located and good renters.... C4'0
6-room house on Bast Belmoot
street, a nice home..........$140
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
house ........................ $00
TI N. Bayle street............
I04 N. Spring street.......... 25.
21 West Romana steeet...... 17.50
I14 RN Strong street...... ... 17.60
Dwelling near Stoddard'...... 1260
1lb% South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or elces.
705 S. Palafox street.
27 B. Government street.
SO ..1NEY.
SAt the lowest market rates on im-
Droved or vacant city property.

Fdher Real Esate Agenc

Phone 87. 206 South PalrXM.


It us invest your idle money either
ma good interest bearing mortgages or
bay property, you will never again be
able to buy PensaPola property at the
prices today.
Gets 4 beautiful lots situted on a
good corner and froting car line
West LaRua St. These same lots will
bring $600.00 shortly.
Takes a 6 room house, barn, wharf
and 2 boats, row and sail. The house
is practically new and has good lot,
5 minutes of electric line and elose to
hard road. This place can Iot be
duplicated at $1800.00. It wil be
worth your while to investigate this
10,00.00 to loan in small or large
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.

200 Thelsen Bld'g


I On-IOU 4 Inmg hobae On
RoMmaa trft:u lot 40 bylT7.
is chea, adet p oDrty wil m
this district ia a short time.

up ft

I "Pull for the' Shore, Saflor,"

is a popular ong in aU cot towna but

"Home, Sweet Home"
i Penascol's favorite song. Ca yo
g s it and mhean it? Do youown your
on home yet? Tod ti ma Bwho owns
*Is own home .

That is No Rent Day l
M ak dte with us and Iet Utell you
how to acur the rent hbitL

I -_ -- -* ,,'t]= CPI=/ I Ir ) I^MONEY LOANED.
vbody to know that WANTID.-Colored boy at Journalr
ffe '"ma be Laitted oece. Appl hl y this :aornu Do you value your health? It so, MOn y to Lo LESLIE E. BROOKS
,cquad New Orlesas ,se our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey", -
.la :icHuch, Prop. WANTED.-- 8y of 18 or 17 year ad "Schly. New Orleans Grocery 10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent o. 8 & Palafox, Fisher Building
a .., 1 who can milk, attend to horses and Co., Ja. McHugh, Prop. aug 80 terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley.
do general work. Apl- 501 West '12aug4t.
\i)-- ,und hr.c: must e Chase street a We have beeo with you in Pensacok.l d
S H ,.re ournaL 2 t la since 1874, and still intend to stay DO YOU WANT to borrow money in *
th e WAM ....... ....r.hustling ,with you and serve you with the best amounts from $500.00 up? We v -
Wta eD.--ssme .e groceries at lowe t mar 10,000.00 to Soan at 7 and 8 per ent. DR R. O. B UCKNKER,
\ -T bu e bCy and trailer. I~ S l prstomi on. ret prices. New Orleans Grocery laterest. Tbos. C. Watson & Co.Sa SPECIALIST
Scmi. Add!"& contract. Address Big Money, this Co J-. MCHghP. -e_ 2 .MONEY TO rLND--a _am ___ eE, CAR NOSC AND THROAT.
21l whias. Prop.u ZO TO PA800relOEYE,XBAR HOGE AND THROAT.
uI:sv- paper. It* ROW GINSENG. Large profits. tato security. or on god elat OMe 7 Palafox St.
t he a tl oom in your garden. Roots for sale at lo wet rates. l Be Hours: 9 to 12 ad 3 to
; !.t he other near to stay o premises. GO d home I Jr Write today for literature. Bucking-1isher blladia
t rnants. Address no party. Apply at 18 N. oDeVllers. hm's Ginseng Garden, aneaville,. WON tAJi 4W osa aa. my s PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
'(': I,".journal. 2*auglw l7auglw. Iaug3mos. InDS "deponal r91 ty. DJWo
Weekly oT monthly. Whie os 80A AttmneyostoLa w.
7.:, punt:ac to know that iWArTED-Swft gF at once for FOR priht Kimball Pian s. s 3.L A. WUC 22W. Ro T Bul dln
,L k p. ,c Roasters of general housework. Apply 31s West Ifor sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov- Govsernmet tw U l. Thiesn Buuldnj
.r, crt-ans Grocery Co., Pelm t street. 6auglm ernment St 4 lm* oL2 1. Id
Ir';. aug20* JN L4NU Oa6f e4
';"- rntorer a barrel of slack Uwe Vto-day.sc s aaQ&LWR LESTIATELO
T-; tOCT LOAKBD oa Nooe rl W T9
Sartrner with $5.000.03 ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe rr a barrel of s lime to-y. COLLECT 6ION
R terc-handise siness Safes and Vault Fit of everyloc in Ne PHONE 69.
,,rite meo.fo,., ? 1OR SALE-Brant-tii l-ock in New MONET LOANID n ail kinds of peo. M
1; f.. hard food milnhave dscri. P terms. OK
A 401 gouod timber Ian" Ad- Scrrritt More" PeU o20 Fu- Flor. 1 City. Tract No. 312. For cash $604. sonal property 00 Short notlm
1.Fourny, WestVIllMFlIda St. t Aga.t.e Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court HousA Terms easy.LaW.o u 8llard. P petaIn$O
house Ftodno y,, werLa n tdT TtS b e re eIsU- 2s% South Pal oxSt, Ph* AttorneymrdCou tsellorat Law
1 i: TO LY second-hand safe, good omea arrespi g or ws: 0 TO T TON Tor all st a 4ms UN UMiTt m or m..r to le 10 East o rnment Strtc
..m a Addretis safe, care papers; Do Caarwa.sn experiene Cameras loaded and loaded tree e al kinds of apom l pent n p Lawp
S11suw unnecemssa. 6Sa tfr Partculars. of eihte. e -bw 0be t photo Bpeaolra t-m to bua sies a* era lgeo
..auwNorthern Plre s ydcaty Lockport. graphs ia i s ath. 8 yea r a ad. laS~ The New York Leas Co, at OW@ E d.UVLL ,
*v FRS WANTHD at No. 17 West N. Y.- Uijam IA* 1 Bota. matK ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. -
.. street, city. 2au.6w .. Ao E w- Tl .. Phone.. 7a4
WpftPINE STAVES AND HEADINGS for!8 SS*. iu aw g R 0 th l id 7e
D.:-The Mercants Trues r F Ai sale. Standard sizes. Prompt ship- 402 PALAFOX ST.
.age guaranteed. T. B. Thor ment. T. J. itted, Bofay Fla. MONWy ToJAJ ON MO W ELSH & SMIT HI
S Phone 97. ISlunelm. FOR SALE OR RET.-Nr ew 7-room 22jll1m' Watches Chains, Rings md all kind
house at Goulding; lge rd st Collatera Pecurity at DE'Nri*T of
.vt.ryoodv to know that we house at ld fte -WALL TINTS by experts; results itere s arast a ne neeeme Flr iM, 2l/ South Palatox
.,. and retail grocers and h ade trees., a r i grateeed Fairchd and R sicm on. p.&.. Street
.. d sa nd. New Orleans a well on houses. A good bains l 4a ulymi to loan. in amounts of PHONE 625.
McHugh, Prop. Apply to postmaterGoulding F.00.00 and up at and
N Kw I: eR workRSALLB-Two pair extra f per cent. interest. Those. C. Watsoua DR JNO N TiLLEW,
ou. arectrnc wor of all FOR SA AL&---Bad for sale, about 500 yorng males, Us d Land in good & Co. aug N
SLet u ocean your fans. re- ads de rd or dlvered. Les. condition. Also usone orse Btude - g ll
u )r dyLao. do our wiring. t;i, E. Brooks, Fisher Buldi ng. O RE I Boom 8, rnt Bu g. Phone, 8
t: Plensacola metric Co, M Rom 8, Brent C c dingon. Phone, 8
cLer latendencia and Baylen streets.: SL-e FbOR AL Oe Ch lock o1. top ig4- rooms at 40i W. Gar.
1jutelin. Iof te ridge east of the eleStr ie St. 1a 1uwo
eI.I--The yeopie of Peasaook confectioneries and cigars, located Nature has favored this section and It FOR RIT-Lorrane House, corner A
e. C at worr:.ti. Let The Joural o Palafox taet. Can be had at bar- cannot be tdplicated. A. V. Clabbs Hayae and Belmont street. Apply
1.:v 1 I.e the r.-oblem tor yeo. gain i preased at oaae Apply Es. W. S. Garfield. 1tJul OATIQIA .
I' e Ee tae Ves, ong o cambia Relty Co. 15aug. C 013aw i WHEAT prodCmc jen, yk RENT-New ve-room cottage ......
.che n.*at 'ou are e cooking for tt Makes fowl especlay wel w lo on car line. corer 15th street and
.,ie iw' aL s the populo s F SAL ar lod of fine Ten- The cheaPt l o be 8tL avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo Room 306 Thiesen Building.
Ni a es the pop ulon at R SCa led ob ue Ten- Mh Co, PQ4 Is. la m te i" Medicine
aeola nessee borse. Can be seen at Pou.s Konan 'c P, galle ry. .23ly is ,.fa t Meine

orzn -iaeug asTable McMillan & Turton. liang. S0VR RENT,-Residence lately ,
o- Mce Phone Res id .S.. .e cuplel by Diy 'W. W. 8. Hall, No. 11 nW.
: o. Acosta & WhIte. 222 FOR SA ogro i e0o ca. stock and aoM at ua street. A ply to R. M. ar

",AN A .LI &w for The Jaour, tan action. Htore dhoa good cashu r FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long FOR R T-Twemtroom souae, o.-
rin. -which will shortly appe r w sale. Rca..o)r selling am leav- or boarding house A
., ro m city o -cot of ske Tele- speed 8 miles our; 18 H. P Barb'er to rs M. J. oreno, 21 at rra
'. aid special senesO ois ;'phone 10. -a w asoline enn ood order; sil t
-- ar. spedal scenes. I15 et phone 10o. 11-gl1w i seat 40 passenFers; sell at sacrifice !f gM
:-Pt, oT-4,ec at Journal ofssee. i--. taken at once. 1W. A. Smith, 238 W. r
V"-7 FORqIAL.-- Barew ars for sale. L ,....n tI ,Im
: Nir. .-Se ond-han Coa, OG: WS.P oXS. lalm Government St. 1n.aug1 laiuag
:.. c.:.:o. seed meal acka O ut c 1
Sr *.:,:uenta solicited. Write s PFOR SALI--Mootk hat block 211i, FOR SALE.-Store and 7 room house. Notice of Removal.
e ':e. Co, ZOarcja Lm b4'eet o 1th street by L ot 6o0100; city water. Titles p er- I have moved my store to 34 S. Pal-
-. _GHAM wantsyour 137% eto Bay Vew Park* aso feet; $3200.00. J. N. Andrews, 7 N. afox, where I will be glad to see my
S-a,,gr -e gua...t.sL o hl eMuch aM, treating 400 palafox St. 13aug. customers. I have a full line of n-
e u.h8e,- - -- .l ,, 11brotder* goods in stock and also new
mView Park Te.. Tse ily property adoin- FOR SALE CHEAP-M-- three-ear- stamping patterns. Mrs. H. V. Re,-.
- ... .A.L) FUL.N1U TU t. Hous Ing Bay Voiw Park that sa now for: old Berkshire herd toar, Duke at dall. Ifaugw
A-., ies. Jewelry ad any sale sale. The beauttl view dowa the Florida, No. 68.28. Also somAe ne TRNK DREB SUIT C A S VA-
'e wanted. we psy ash bayo and dow e bahy cat never be young pigs. 1 ix-monthsold boar, all TRSS AND GIP al thor
A.re. s P. O. Box 3z. obstrud edA. V. Clubbs. 30y registered and transerre. Carl SetAND P to
A-8,ress t.oerl. Bnd, Ch ple, Ca. obstrued. V. bb. nd pro tly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's
16* b terlSnd. Chpley, .MiYS S I-I repair s si Sn d them down.
M sAd yousruass is our'yo 5uS, ser 3S. lmo f -t of t 2ilysw
Sy':u'r a o buslietaw le w lor n. e a 8 Nbrd aldg ReaTaN PIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do
o aCteD. D... et Ha AW W O tuning sad repairing. Guarantee
SFOR RENT-Nicely ~ n mos.a Sctio. yers experience
S hed -0... Crad Scott, 244 K Gregory. U0 .l h m
Wnu KAT0&_ W0= L~d Csh runs nh wia&nd hid Tavw,

VVIL "a Ma
LOST a Mapert"2mit-o. Wil -"
Lc sek a r aoraw a aasI Can
be1 ato a a Jar M Dbukg. tl Is
hI itendencia street tbt a s __.' -p
T;hi:. rik on depot DO YOUT wet to by of tM
a m. yesterday, a' A1 ttl ewatad a-t- > ---rfl
,. r: cne key and some aiNN T M As -Nie -
: Fi~ ir will pleaseio da6 .
N* Orleans Grocery, IO SALR-I am Siorida State Agent
-_ ag for Fire and Burglr Prm 8aftes and
-iano tuner tooiak Fxtues ot al descriptions
>: piano teners' tools maactls by ALte ae Wea
it-' Finder w'll be C by Ae ~e an. Oto.
A' T-a. them at Tbhe witA0W tr prices aad
r l 'b h the ownerJ.l ems before b =tg rewas&
'terms better bag sear-
4 4 E Gregor SL, \^ UwM. P--anli.H
ug Gtt lop a we- I
'o.a:ning a number of A UTO-Ot ly 9r Mathts. Go
.- e ",s Finder willplueae as aew. 13- Lag It se.od -
.-- omfce and receive r-M had maew vM4r -~ogi See Dr.
2eaugsL Phllaps, Boroma. T? Patmi la.gli*
u If ,n Odo Pellows' Haidll FOR SAIXA RN Ql W-lMt r wModers
Za-:ao a gaoiZe lt pla j tweltoy MMeae. a.iMighor
Ir g'u red on samI. -j ifid E Iat JIl J-r ar A. C.k-
:or return o this oice. Mulwe Iky. ThWlceMm r lt. alw

CiCLtic 6111n, Puuu 8uAu MU&. iLiR
front room, with bay window. 10 N.
Palafox, Phone 65, 2 rtgs. Laugl m*
PABTIEM wW wa tom rert. ,
"ama or anything el seI t
mattrw, will d Te Jourm Vt
Ads a gret bel.

-rmpeo pla. Room lAght sal
6eas. Translef tWisde eust. siI
179 South PalatAms Sa. Ki Ntlal

bwy .mr ,smFed ,,U aes,
Mrn. 4. 1 0
4000h MMAL ANDiUltus rOUM

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243ULAI MAIL LJN3-GLod esav
mee tar teingUl Pblic. Dlly Ses
hes each Oat Piwes Chipley to Bay.
bft&ad~ J-rs .AL T"aue Chipley.
118. Muach
a9 L=TAT* In &a pu br a ild.
van buya the pond ag ue well
bl4 yow bow* *a g tiUMMerw
WWA1 V Raul Wms& Ck
Gontscot"dug Cefted. prmed ang
- an onmw MUM xe

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am be I a 1t. lats It AL.&
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WB. fiT & CO
Maatfatdturer of
and Dealers in


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WM. H. KNOWLES, Presldest.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cashler.

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



of Pensaeola Fle.

DIRECTORS. F. C Brent, W. A. Blount, W Knowles
W, K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent

We draw our own MBila 01* Vessels disbursed upon the Most
.tange on OGrit lritaln, freland, Favorable Terms, and their. ebw ,
Germany, Fra' Austria, Italy,t
Holland, Spain, klgium, Rusla, ati~ons taken Payable t Port of
Norway, Swedn, D~nark, and Destinaton Tn Days After Vee
other European countries, eel Arrives thera

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters3

Savings Department--Jnterest Paid on DeO
po9its at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.

L. BILTON GomSi, PasuswT. T. 3. W 5LLES. Vscsa-P9asarn.
a. x. msxMsLL., CaUBs. MAxanxD MORUWO, AOs. aasns
Citizens National Bank,
of Ponsaoo'. Flortd.
oo.W Wrh. t, Morrr ar, T. d .We':*

J. S. RElSA, President. E. W. MMBEFE, Cahler.
R. M. ARY, VIc-President.
Directors-L. Reves, J. Res. W. DeC. Kealer, R, M. CeAp .
W. A. O'Aleberte t. A. JenNng.
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WhlasiO ad Betatl 3steisr a

yan Blrmith |
Ofea. 43o U PmB. s ta- et. Tele*p*houn N*
Yardsa Oraqa and Qonsal t Phos

John Maey. ,

Jadhees Brando..

Pensaoela lectrktaI Company
Jntendeaca tsa ason P%
pauiis 840 Wtas
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4 room h beO ats $70........$600.
2 houses, reating $1.4o.. .. ..$80.
Nest cottage, ear Palafo.... tS20.
2 houses, renting monthly
$18.00 ...... .......160e.0
5 room cottage East Hill
- (ew.... ............$1600.00
3 oom cottage Romana.... 850.00
4 houses renting monthly
L8.50 ... ............. 1850.00
10 ots, New City, overlooking
bayou ........... ......$170.00
.1 block, near Orphans' Home 800.00
218 Intendencla, 6 rooms ....$14.00
i16 i. tron. 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601, N. 8th Ave., i rooms...... 12.00
41i Gufllemnar4 6 rooms....... 10.00

Pensacola Investment Co.

a .. I i wI, d as aeu. M mr.
1 t- -d ---- .
215W Se Paloster MsLt, PsesNOOK, feret.

by the sat .


We have about Five Thousand Dollars to loan in amounts otf Fve
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent interest.

$600--One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at 0$6 year.
8SO--Comfortable cotage on West Main street, desirable locality wath
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's sta-
$600O-4Desirable Diece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palatox
street, renting at $300 a year. if sold at once.
- !SO--Large' one-story dwellingt on North Halne street.
$2400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
37 --Two-story- dwelling on North Hill if sold at once.
$74-Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
$325-Desirable lot on East ITll, 69x110 feet, if sold at once.
Other desirable building lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, o
ing to location.

Special Advertisement
One of tie prettiest biding lots on desirable corner on North
HIll, with Southorn exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet. must
be oid at once ..................................$.....04000

Thos. C. Watson & Co
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No. 5608.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vie-President, JNO. PFEIFFP R, Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, S40,000

Henry L. Covlngton, 8. J. F shee.
J. i. Pfelffer. A. M. Avery,
Brya unwody W. H. Milton, Jr,
0- 0. I Maura,
Fran W. L Cawthon,
W. easaMco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McQourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. EL Brawner, McKenzie Oertlng.
C. W. Lamar, Alex McOowin,
J. RSaunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporatons, and Firm Soiact"d.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
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.Marcf........ .. ..10.95
ayv.. ........ ....11.01
August.. .. ........10.46
September...... ....10.50
tctober...... .......... 10.62
december.. ... ......10.76
Spots, 10.SO; steady.
Chicago Grain Market.
Open............ ..80.4
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Close........... ..89.1
Open.. ...........53.1
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V a United States. Within the next few tCl' ."P"M ".. .- L ...- ..
1 95 years he assisted in organizing many quitoes inoculated witt the blood of
3 80 clubs and became the author of the persons affected with kennaie feger.
3 40 rules now regulating ten-pin bowling He will come in contact with severs
3 30 throughout the country. steaomyias to makesure that hissys-
s. tem is inoculated; then he will return
to the St. Charles Hotel, where he
D. & H.............. ...223.4 will remain under observation. Dr.
Close C. & .... .. .. ......... 57. Leach claims the mosquito poison will
11 B. & 0.... ......... ....114.2 not have any effect oa a person prop-
11.02! N. Y. C...... .. ..........155. orly treated with arsenic according to
11.06 Pa.. ................ ....145.6 the accepted arsenization theory.
10.58 B R. T.. .......... ........ 69.5 The experiment which Dr. Leach
10.62 Man.. ......... .... ....167. will conduct will be watched by the
10.79 Met. ......... .. ......129.4 government surgeons closely. The
10.93 Copper.. .. .... .. .... . .85.5 French government has instructed the
V. C ".... ...... ........ 33.6 local French Consul, Maurice Dam-
C. F. I................ ..47.2 ours, to make a special report on the
T. C. I .. .. ............... 90.4 case, which, if successful, .will prove
U. S. S.............. .. ..36.41 that yellow fever cannot be trans-
Dec. U. X.................. ..104.4 mitted to persons protected with the
82. P. 0............. ...04.6 arsenic preparation.
82. Sugor.. .............. ....145.
81.5 W. U.. .................. 94. OILS FROM PISH.
81.7 A. L. 0.. .. .......... .. 54.3 --
I.C.. ..................178. Valuable nTemselves, as Are All
--'Their aBproesets.
Dec. Ausley C Cc's Daily Cotton Letter. The preparation of oil from aquatic
45.7 New York. Aug. 21.-Foreign cables animals for both medicinal and tech.
45.7 at the opening were not especially nical purposes is of great importance
45.4 strong but closed at an advance of 10 rin al ol d ae
45.4 points which assisted the professional The principal oil prqducers are the
element and pool operations to old hales,porpoises,blacksh, seals, wal
our market steady with an upward rus, menhaden, herring, cod, haddock,
Close tendency. pollock, hake, cusk, ling, hark, dogfish,
.159.7 The weathe- shows higher tempera- alligator and turtle.
.35.2 atures in Texas. The public interest Various subsidiary products are ob-
.100. m the market at present is small and trained from these aquatic opls and
.149.7 while there seems to be a strong pro- form a source of considerable-profit to
37.1 fessional element operating for an ad- the refiner. Among the more important
22.1 vance, there is on the other hand an of these products may be noted the
44. element trying to sell on all rallies., following:
..34.1 This places the market In rather At a low temperature there may be
67.1 "dubiou," state. I separated from all varieties of aquatic
90.1 We do not anticipate any unusually
.107.7 active market, but the unprecedented oils a solid fat or grease known as
.135.5 demand for cotton goods should be "toots" or stearinn" which i somewhat'
.186.2 reflected in the market and we can similar to the tallow obtained from
56. expect nothing but higher prices, even- sheep and oxen. It is ued as a Substi-
48.5 tually. tute for tallow from sheep and oxen
in siisng yarns, as emollient In leather
.-- dressing, etc. By bleaching the oils a
semisolid fat known au "sperm sap,"
I "whale soap," "menhaden ap," etc.,
m 11l. according to the variety of oil treted,
O"'"E 13 Is produced. This material is used in
smearing bseep, washing frrat trees
& CO I PAN V !ap manufacture, etc By renin
CVOMV A N sperm oil spermaceti is obtained, ad
this Is used principally in candle mak-
u 1 r ,a ing, as an ointment for medical pu-
S. poses, for producing i polish o linen
i, Grain and Provisions. in laundering and for Set tjbitln
v ykUm t, Te m--a Me ,cartridges.
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the old. dirty ol way, ad it's economical,
too. Mor than e hundred n in

27 Ba Gren Street. ahoe 14&.

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I Nobrftha Left ee AWMWa et
STwo young Texas mev'terq talktin
ev er the many strange thina they bi
s1 een and heard in New Paglsd.
"That man I was tkafl With yea-
= terday," said one of them, "l0 told me
. that when two fellers a ki sectia
hi have a dispute about iadaru aaytbt*i
=i they jut g9 to law ad aue.e.eh other
for damages or get an M aUl or maa e
thiag of the kind."
S "That's all well enm"30 gootha OW
O tait win," said the e~t1a qm 'ut
how about the feler that law? Deeas
R be o ouat and bay a mta a
i or what-all"
S"As nea as I cain heege al4wid s
. friend, "by the tlme -I fit te

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$1 and $125

T By A0soclTte 7re7.
Shir fl The Injunction proceedings, institt- Washington, Aug. ,~rl--T~ he di
ed against Chas. H. Blias by Robert J. and opinion of the court of inquiry;
They are made by the Brent, will be heard today before which investigated the tital explosion
best Ehirt tailors in the Court Commissioner Chas. M. Coston, on the gunboat Benainglfo, was made
world and it the human and It is expected that a decision will, public to-day by Secretary Bonaparte,
body easily and comfort- be rendered within a short time there-l at the navy department.
ably. after. The court express the opinion
Mr. Brent has asked for a restrain- thatthe explosion wa caused by es-
ing order to prevent Mr. Bliss from cessive steam pressure in boiler B,
FINE LINE OF TIES, constructing a fence, which closes a resulting, from the closing f a steati
ALL KINDS AT 50 CENTS. street or pathway on Bayou Chico, and valve in connection wilh a~ Ae 1gu
which causes the workmen of the The court says D. N. HolttI a re-
OTHERS- AT 75c AND $1G Brent mill to travel some distance to man on duty, closed the ilve.
reach the plant. The court finds Bnsign Charles D.
The proceedings were commenced Wade, of the engineer department of
SSaturday, and were to have been the ship, at fault in failing to see that
heard yesterday morning, but t.he the steam and safety valves were
ih A' case was continued until this morning. overhauled at the proper time. Hav.
John W white' i r. Bliss alleges tfat he has only ing accepted the verbal statement a
done what others have, and that he a subordinate that this had beep don
O itti r to Men and Boys is owner of the property which haa ii3 March, it was clear hwas negli.
been fenced. The question has been gent in the performance 2C5v0O7 S raiox. thrashed over by different boards of should be brought before a courtmar-
PhM e 225. the city and alse the City Council, but tial.
the matter was dropped some months The navy department has not yAt
__ slhce. acted on the proceedings and find-
-r--- They Appeal to Our Sympathies.
The bilious and dyspeptic are con- lll RIK lfa
R stant sufferers and appeal to our sym- W L RISK L
|TURPEoN.TINE VSTILLS. l pathies. There is not one of them, f OliF
M cMi an Bro Co however, who nay not be brought FOR SCIENCE
MIcMllallll B s. CO. back to health and happiness by the
M -an factu-re,-- use of Chamberlain's Stomach and
MO U nP-I Liver Tablets. These tablets invigo-
MOBILE, ALABAMA. rate the stomach and liver and MNNESOTA PHYSICIAN TO PROVE
strengthen the digestion. They also EFFICACY OF ARSEN& PRE-
Sregulate the bowels. For sale by all
Naval Stores Market. By Ad P The New Orleans correspondent of
Naval stores Market. By Associated Press. the New York World wittes to that
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 21.-The naval New York, Aug. 21.-Thomas Ctr- e ew ork o rl w tot
stores market closed to-day as tol- t!s, first president of the American papr fol Lech ows: Paul
lows: Bowling congress, and known through- Dinn.. who has come here at the inv
W 5 20 out the country as the "father of bowi- station of local physical r t to'prove the
... ...... ...........5 20 ing in America," died yesterday from tion of local phicl prove the
S ......typhod fewer, at hi home in Brook eiciency of arsenization as a preven-
.... ..........f... yphnoi ever, aht somein rook-to
.. .. .................... 45 .-n Hewas 79 years old. Until he atv o yellow fever, illallow him-
S........ ................4 SO fell ill, he had bowled every day for selft to be bitten by infectqd moaqulo-
i .. .... ............4 25 ore than twenty years. toes of the stegomyia tyP e. He has
...... ..... ..........15 In 188 Curtis organized the made arrangements with the Marne
A In the8 Huruts organSeer ve terne the emer-
...................... 10 ten-pin bowling tournament in the Hospital Service to enter
.. .. ... .. .b ,it l .hI a them arenoMe.

All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell
Crabs, Western Meat-




One Man Killed andSeveral Others
Seriously Injured in a
Pitched Battle.

By Associated Prems.
Clay City, Ky., Atg, 21.-In a des-
perate feud fight on ,lack Creek, in
Howell county, Camp ell Anderson
was killed' and Tom and Caleb Morton,
brothers, were seriously wounded,
while Will Peasley and Troy Plun-kett
were seriously hurt. The men were in
a blind tiger operated by Plunkett
when the trouble started between An-
derson and Tom Morton. and before
the men could be separated Morton
was slashed several times with a
knife in the hands of Anderson. When
it was seen Morton was dead the fight
became general between the friends
ef Apderson on one side and those of
Morton on the other. All of the men
are among the most prominent of the
county and have been known as mem-
bers of fighting families of early feud
days. Further trouble is expected.



By Associated Press.
Los Angeles, Aug. 21.-When Mal-
colm Rose, a landscape gardener, was
placed on the operating table at the
county hospital here to-day to undergo
an operation for the removal of a
growth from his neck. it was discov-
ered by the surgeons that the patient's
heart, instead of being in normal posi-
tion on the left side of the body, was
located on the right side nearly sLt
inches from its proper place. The or-
gan in every way, however, appeared
normal. It evidently ha been In that
position from birth.
Will Take Vacation.
Mayor Pro Tem Oscar Maura will
leave to-day on a vacation of about
two weeks duration. He goes from
here to French Lick, Ind., where he
will remain for about ten days, after
which he will proceed to Chicago, and
remain there for a abort while.
Anyone wishing good stable manure
gratis, will apply to J. L. Pierce, at
The Lewis Bear Company warehouse.
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tor ael.4H corresindOaeW.
We h Av a pqedl line we
would like to, bsow you.

Moogram Stationery bears di-
tinctiveves and .iInividuality.

235 S. Palaix St
123 Pbhont.

Whet Your Appetite

and then come to
the Old Reliable



Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
165, Belize to master.
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Jennie S. Hall, Am sch, Watts, S88,
Boston to order.
Lassel, Am sch, Reynolds, 1226, Bal-
timore to master.
Nelson M. Atwood, Am sch, Watt,
653, New York to order.
Agostile Terrizano, Ital slpb Co.
nera, 1170, Liverpool to master,
Sick headache results from a disord.
ered condition of the stomach and is
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-
ach an' Liver Tablets. For sale by
ail druggists.




Bsse's Ice Cream Fadtm
PHONE No. 1104.
Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona St.

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valktB1ri B Dr s Beyle .1It, N-
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I Baton de Lartrrian ,Spaa s, k .
6daui UVyipoo) to Goduf Trarm to
miUa, Port bk, DOtnIniqee, 1116,
fr Haelva, with 396,000 s ft sawn thm-
ber, 2U # ft nmberr.
Bulakmoor, r an, aa. X24M
SpeziL to Peapseoea Lumbr Co.
Brumo Measell, Ger as, rederi k-
een,. New Oriea*i to the W. S. Keyser
Cambrian King, Br a, 2315, New-
port NeWs to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Cartha, Br as, Johnson, 541, HU.
Vana to Export Lumber Co.
Dulcle, Br a, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Brnepto, Span, as, Omacchea, 101,
Gtlfport to F. 0. Howe & Co.
SGttav Adolph, Swed as, SJoberg
1486, Sy4ney to B a. sBM & Co.
Hermne,. .Anat as, Hregileb, 2614,
PoAt Ramapa.to Gulf Transit Company.
Home-wn,. Br as, Jorgensen, 123,
Pomaron .to .orVer.
NokomiB. Am ech, Sperry, 245, Car-
deas to order.
Pensacol, Am as, O'Leary, 1086,
New Orlans to Gulf Transit Co.
Queenswood, Br as, Neville, 1094,
Philadelphia to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Penrith'Castle, Br as, Lewis, 2337,
Galveston to master.
Simonside, Br as, Robson, 1958,
Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Soperga, Ital as, Gustavio, Balti-
more to Gulf Transtt'Co.
Tapton, Br as, Sanderson, 2300,
Tenereiffe to J. A. Merritt & Co
Telesfora, Span as Bengoa, 291,'
Liverpool to Pensaoola Lumber Co.
Viscaina, Br as, McArthur, 1403,
Norfolk to F. O. Howe & Co.
Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1833,
Cork to master.
Hudson, Nor bk, Knudeen, 771, Lon-
don to order.
Magellan, Nor bk, Moller, 1148, Rio
Janeiro to Southern States Lumber
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carrels,
633. Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
Thomas., IU bk, Garro, 803, to' 0 .

General Agat

Iron Works and Supply Co.
M aaliTrrs asad Repairer of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or 2ight Agents
for James M6K e & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Doz, also
SChas of all descrigons.
01 ho Phone 12. PHIL WITrMAN, Mgr.
Reidene Phone 100. P. 0. Box 123.




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fIt wli pay yo to iglastlit e primc betn uyinf your
Hai are, Seals, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We alilbaB Paint, Oils, Bi, Um. ndCumt.
We caM uv yo uMMy m wrytwd.

Saunders Mill Company

Offices 29 East Garden Street Phone 717.
Facory North Palafox Street. Phone1130.

T1liEf GOT 4aAY

WITH $3,220
By Associated Prea,
Chicago, Aug. 21.-Checks which
disappeared with Gus Bobbs the miss-
ing employee 0i Chas. A. Stevens and
Brothers, wh6 vanished last Thursday
while on his way to the Corn Ex-
change National Bank to make a de-
posit for the house, were discovered
wrapped in a newspaper in a down-
town drug store yesterday. The
checks were left at the drug store ,by
a man last Thursday. There was a
bank deposit slip in the handle and
this indicated that there was $3,220
in cash in the possession of Bobbs
when he left the store of Stevens and
brothers. Not a dollar of currency was
in the parcel.


Open to charter by private part!
for fishing trip, bathinga or other
summer recreation.

Formerly ship's boat for Spais.ai
cruiser Isla de LonOZ, e.e of Dewey i
prize captures.

Has full canopy and Is most cos-
fortable boat n the bay.

Chatham, Man., Aug. 21.-The coal
laden schoonerr MoHaskell, haond from PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN.
New York .for Rokland, Maine, ran
on Handkerohief shoal during the PHONES, I 3 and 1070.
thick weather ist night. Mate Nel-
son Taunsen, of Rockland, was drown-
ed. Captain Wlnfield and the other
members of the crew reached shore in
their own boats to-day. The vessel CAPTAIN
struck on the shoal dt o16w tide and
when the tide turned she rolled over IDDU Dl BIADSON'Si
and sunk. EiNE UUBULoN
Oa4 Mlene at Wlvhh It Wa i a-
arle o u tt a ne CUPID, ROOT. L. ., NANCY AND
Like many other diamoado the Agra EDNA ,
diamonda d bbaadventurea It get
Its name from the fact that It was tak.
en at the battle et Agra I 15 by the an be chartered by the hour, day or
Emperor Baber, who w the fower week. Term, reasonable.
of the Moguhl eQpir Ia India.% T 1 FI8hen Tackle and Cooking Uta.
Marquis of Donegal Was In Agran ai ft tnaled I desired.
1s57, wbha the diaumid w take
from the kng f Oef Dob legal wa PHONE 20L
at the time elgagsd as seeary and
belonged to the samerement a the p TIE E /i
young ofer who obtaine- p--me E
of the diamea. It wa reved OWNMIL
amOus thee to mesn bt omse to.
Engiandg rstbar a f La I tP atd me
share In the loot ar. Tb. quln m
arose bw. were t i o tget i b aIPn
No one seemed able to ht upem a
method that woef Ifkly to meet
with nsute ast the :asarsl fpn
v<~afto fte rfaKm a J* oRAFFLE!
DIrt"r the a e9a t adiWt e -yO
gaet bahafteam ju upg A beautiful Sb Pllw will be l-
said: "I have t. We toceal the ?ed' for clarity at Kaptrian's Pa-'
dfimaed irn i-se bo a l e Wednesday nlat, August 23. a'
hone swlk~r y jet pii. th "No- i6'clock.
hrse ap swbsio. IB &fil- Folowing tM there will be a dian 9
Sther Inus* m tji, i.i. to which all Are vilted.
the* hwii^ 5Oeype~ d% la'1 h Wn. Johnaon & So. donated a
ste--e d Us. l t fa for the best lady dancer and!
mWe i ae g Standard Clothia Co. donates a'
IWh a nl 1 o pot Plmbrella for the bet gentlecr-a
Of 1 b0rtal c tlt. **-*NO Va takem dancer.
111 *ad ha -^a^ adlarir ---*
wras swim" ADMIMON:
brogt ms gM laudeggeen.. ...a ... ... .--.. Co
sxquat 4 ____ Lad es Free.
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