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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 23, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreign and Damestc--Furnished
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by The Associated Press


Tr!iE WEATHER: ShowersWed.
i ,-.-ay and probably Thursday;
!iplgt south winds.


'VOL. VIII.


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NO 203.


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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WED E DAY MORNING. AUGUST 23, 1903.


T HE JOURWfAL' Want Ad pae
is always read by nearly all
the people.


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PRICE, 5 CENT! i


--S TLESDAY.


A Fs-cuated PresS.


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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BEARaS
MESSAGE TO RUSSIAN ENVOYS.1
WITTE AND ROSEN REFUSE TO!
DISC4 SS MEETING OR MESSAGE..

By Associated Press.
P .if the eace plenipot~ :.ia:ie. wh. ii
was tOPI V b'eu 1.ie. u thi it :io<.).


BIG MAJORITY FOR


AUTHORITIES ARE

MUCH ENCOURAGED


Ff -r. Compare With Preyos II||T| P
ioemics, Has Been AW llTll
Controlled.


HEiWORSTISOVER WORD I

g: There Will be no Relaxation US
of the Campaign.
SPeace Plenihotenti


%TRY TCWNS W.AY CLASH,
LOLISIzANA AUTHORI-i
- LS-% is: EXP:ESSEDI
ll; EPIDEii=C, AT rT ISS"SSiPPil


FINAL


IROM


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iaries Postpone


Meeting Until To-day By
Agreement.


IMPROVEMENTS


SEERAL STAT Every PrposionCanredat
i.Ifl ST I/|TS Bond Election Yes-


SHAKEN BY AN


EARTHQUAKES


Three Distinct Shocks Felt in St.
Louis and Throughout
Southern Illinois.

SEISMIC DISTURBANCE IN ILLI-.
NOIS THE WORST IN RECENT


,,,. .. ', ,.. :4w"s postponed un::l nine ,o'clock ;o -- -. ,S
r, ..~..:..i .:.. :: .. orrow morning. The ofticiai eie ,,, 7 a-on.- ,l i .
a.-signed was that t-h secretaries, hL c h: -
not comnpieeed :h,. wo:'k of id:af;.:I _N -
""the proutoicl for sig-nature l .0 te ei-- -
-.. '! FEEL Tvoys. This was true. but the i n il --or. ;
tr JCH- ENCOURAGED. Iten r,'ason was that M. W\'ee hria,
i- -o redriveia, hi final wordi fro, :, -
.-The fact P.or :::' (-hanpc -* miernin hat 4di no! comnic ; \a-
ron several' dn'- :hen s ses'ed b- tlh Ru--:an icpr"- ../ /
he autnoriti(- ; IV ati, s thli t, mn ii bti ;>.--'
:ri of th( y ilo\, ;- on lever. compare 1 .lapan se.
.c.s has Ieen Fron. abott 12:30 to 1:10 a tersonal /3,
a'.' during th.' representative of Fresidentt Roere' (
with Sep:eim.- wa.. cioseed whh M. \Wine am.
Sgef greatest mor P.ron Rosen. The appoitmnt wat wa,
'made ihbough Secrta,-y Pierce la.t
-. have been' hnit. The representative-z na:ne ;< Unc'in Sami -If I could get rid of yoiu psts, r ivpe less yelle*w fever in my system.
,,, -: N; evidence McGaw and he brought a message i:.
* .-1 ,, N, eerhbeless.i writing from the president to the Rut--
:..I...- a i:i t-he cam- cian envoys. It is believe the nime. -TI
sage was ent as a result of the visit ll
.n o: :-' art, seeking of Baron Kaneko to Oyster Bay yes. NORWAY PROPOSES N
Su ; .;a;p heah at terdy FORMAL DISSOLUTION.
7'. ,- ;. ". 1, o n.-r f.1 oi-Rautin,-.j Upon their return to the hotel after C. A. .
i. -. P ins-ani of thi-. the conference, M. Witte and Baron hsa norwa22.- -
S-:. : ac"-pt any freight. 'Cne or note from the president. Iby a vote of one hundred and
-r Blanchard and Mr. McGaw, the president's special r to e en the proposals of
a'. f,- f Heal:h having in-I messenger. left at 3:05 this afternoon n the government for a formal
d .-, L:' :n:,',non of taking ex- for Oyster Bay. He was absolutely IT opening of negotiations with O
S:..-: ,- Lake Charles non-committal as to his errand and I Sweden for a dissolution of the e
S, ..-. ~wf n ;f, h quar- declined to say whether or not he bore I union. The government pro- .
at.ng petitions a message from e Russian envoys posed to communicate the re-
S..':.-, : buy nothing the president. s suit of the re ent referendum r -;
....n I~ -'.to the Swedish government '
-- ,..f here tha EEP SO TUE and ask it to accept an abro- '-
.- : .it -ared epi,'emic IN FRENCH CAPITAL. Resis His Pastorate of the First ation ote ct of unaiond 3 Most Marked in Eastern D
i. was no feie- -A. to co-operate in negotiations
a therwas Paris. Au. 22.-ABaptist Churc Return for the settlement of questionsxas Crop Injured
.aar:. and from its solicitude prevails concerning the cri- Baptist connected with the dissolution. Texas Crop Injured
Sauthorities at Porsouh. which th i to South Caro- The ernment the Dry and Hot
-,.- u: :1,, situation can- expect to continue for several daysto out Ca- power to appoint delegates to the Dry andHot
Sere. pending a last deprate seeort to conduct the negotiations.
avert a rupture. The view in omfcial lina. Weather.
8'.CCES FUL SALE OF quarters took a discouraging turn, ap
IMPORTED CATTLE. parently as the result of confidential rederick Jone who has been By Aociated Pre
advices through social PRuiare pastor of the First Baptist church or B A S EA L L Washington, Aug. L.--I'
A '- s Chi Strike etted. He made this announcement Sunday "W'nile cotton is in l tS:,dt i;n
Ckiano Strike eight a after the services of the cBrbh
'm:'Tr.f l. ',r, ,r Vander- Chicago. Aug. 22.-The strike of the had been concluded. of the central and westonr
,a' F. hunir. 1 buy- woodworkers was settled yesterday The reason of Mr. Jones for severing August 22 the cron as a whole has .LI.
S ', ha f Jer- and the men will return to work in th his connection with the local church which is most marked 11; th,
S d a: an average twelve plants involved. The set- is to return to South Carolina, having district. Rust and s in
:.- hea. The total re- rent is in the nature of a compro-; received a call from the church of By Associated Press. tnsive through the bael nsr-i
1-hh(tonslve through the belt ar!n
raisee which he was formerly pastor. hot weather has proved inijur
The announcement was received Southern League. most of Texas. Much pr':.it
w York Russgregation as Mr. Jones has endeared In Atlanta: New Orleans 2, Mem- ing is reported there, but !.i
himself to everyone, not only tae phis 1, (first game.) in that state are diminishing,
members of the church, but to a!l New Orleans 5, Memphis 0, (second The crop is improved in
N national A ssem bly Plan aith wh m he had become acquaintol; game.) ortions of Alas. Iouisib
during long and honoble serve Montomery 3, Atlanta 1. Northern n Alabama. Picki
n this city. Nashville 4, Birnminghiam 5. general In Central and Soahi
Associated Press. to vote are required to hold a cer The resignation will take effect du.1 ,At Chattanooga: Shreveport 2, Lit- as."
e 2-A meeting ot: tain amount of this worlds goods. in, the first portion of October, but tie Rock 1.
-. rTina-v league was "The amount sounds small to Amer- so far the congregation has taken ro W ILL PROT[CT
*::': ~in :he eas side to cans. but to Russia It s a large stepsto call another pastor. American League.
i : -sued Sa'urday bv amount and will shut out many tboh- Detroit 1. Washington 9 BAL
S.a- About 300 Ru*s- sands from voting. Third. a majority Cleveland-Boston no game account BALL LA
; -n' Al1; :,e speak, s of two-thirds is necessary to pass a D[CLARE FOR we grounds.
S :h new Russiai measure. In Russia there is an old S Lgounis-ew York. wet grounds.
S-rized it as a rule to law which gives the tocracy te TA oui-New adeph 4 (rst Associated PressYork wet grounds.
-ioer constit'i- ,, ht.to ovorruleatwo- hr.-,o, ,iC STATIEHOOD cicago 0, Philadelphia 4, (first By Associated Press
Lher constit'- right to overrule a two-third majority U game.) Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. 22-
/. r. S. C. Hit- (. where does the power of the pea- Chicago 2, Philadelphia 1, (second the baseball leagues occupyii
: principal speaker, pi( lie?" By Associated Pr. ame) ern territory whosl, proper;
A meeting of avowed anarchists Muscogee. I. T.. Aug. 22.-Resolu- land contracts are jioparn'ize
plan to give the was held last night in another hall tions declaring for immediate state National League. low fever, will be protected
:h. government has to discuss the ukae. Police were hood for Oklahoma and Indian Terri- National Commission. This
F;rs:. those who scattered through the crowd and tory as one state were adopted to-day ew Yorg de to-day by the commissi
.v :n the Zemstvo ar- guarded the doors to prevent persons b) the statehood and constitutional Brooklyn 3, Chicago ti, first game.) will respect the contracts a
'va allegiance to trifrom entering after the seats had convention of the five civilized tribes. Brooklyn 5, Chicago G, (seco.id nations of the leagues and aI
<':. all those who wia4 all been occupied. After the appointment of a committee, game.)n 0nie the rights of ball pla:
of fifty-one to draft a constitution to' Boston O, St. Louis 1. stopped because of fever to
Spesent to the convention, it adjourn- Philadelphia 9, Cincinnati 6. where and earn a living.
,;loscevite. Discuss the ed to await tne work of the commit- sion affects the 9S-ithern
OSCS DS C tee. This it is believed will be three Souh Atlantic League. nuth Aan tie ue, Ken
Seeks or more. The prohibitionists Jacksonville 4. Charlesron 2. nots and Tennessee Leagu
AM anifesto of the Czar ~*pparetly won an' will be permitted Columbia 1, Macon 3. states League and Sontl
to inse-rt a strong prohibition plank. August 6, Savannah 9. League.


E. Associated Pres that great value was attached to the
2r 2-At a public meet- Douma as the frst step toward the
paiipa parti nnpa of the public in the wora
he mpror's man- legislation. but fully realized that a
,-:r", project was dis- National government was possible
;-., cr'neunced the only on condition that the Russian
;'r .:c* In violent people be gi7en immediately 'all civil
S"irte,i armed rebel- rights. freet'om of the press, freedom
::* Tpal ofifciat en-, (C speech and of meeting and invlo-
:he raaor, eri aeb litab of person. It uigd that
S).aech af lb w chic es be made o the c4dp*e of.
A a w -stm *lmt oenai eau-t


YEARS-DISTINCTLY FELT AS
FAR NORTH AS SPRINGFIELD.i
NO DAMAGE REPORTED.

By Associated Press.
St. Louis. Aug. 22.--4St. Louis and
vicinity was visited list night by an
earthquake shortly alter 11 o'clock.
Three distinct shocks were felt by


terday.


TOTAL VOTE 485


Unusually Large Vote Cast in Pre-
cinct No. 14.

PROPERTY OWNERS DETERMINE.
ED THAT PENSACOLA SHALL
TAKE HER PROPER PLACE
AMfONG PROGRESSIVE CITIES-
SPECIAL ELECTION PASSED OFF
QUIETLY AND WITHOUT DI.-


CUSSION.


The special election of yesterday,
when those qualified to cast their
vote for or against the issuance of
bonds for the improvement of the
city, passed off exceedingly quiet.
While the interest manifested late in
the afternoon was noticeable, still dur.
;i h. mrin hir thap b& hot


thttlands of persons in St. Louis :"n "t U mUoi""""g "uU- l ""wa U
county as far east as Belleille. Ill.,' little discussion the business men and
ns far south as Paducah, Ky., and as property owner 'r going to the polls
far north as Springfield, Ill. \1hi e'and casting their vote. It was not
the trors l d i ely a mnut ne of those heated elections, where
workers and marriages were to be
they were d ltinct enough to awaken sen in all portions of the city.
Sesleepin, residents and to cause dogs The total vote cast, as shown last
to bark in alarm. The shock seemed, night by the returns of the inspectors
to travel from east to 'e:. There aggregated 485. Precinct No. 12 cast
was but aj infinitely small period b that Bingg for the providing of a sew-
tween ihem, only a secon'l int' *"'* ragee system.
ing between the first and second and Prec:.ct No. 14, however, one of the
aboutt thr'oe seconds between the sec- smallest in the city, got out an un-
nI r, or final usually large number of votes, tak-
nd and hir i hok ng nto consideration the large num-
TLe trei u!ing of the earth was ac- bo of voters in other precincts. A
companies by a dull rumbling noise large number of prominent men, who
itkt.Iuing the passing of a distant -ere anxious to see the result favor%
t:.uih, train. able to the issue began work ~hdk tetle
phoned aboqt to business men remind.
Illinois Is Shaken. Ing them of the election, and in some
C;hiiago g. 22.-Illinois was shak- instances went so far as to go after
n a by :1a1 ear:nlhquake shortly after 11 voters.
I :'u..' lait night, rhe most severe in Those who favored the issue were
rie ;i yc.irs. The hock in the south- gratified when the vote was countel,
S.n par; of rth sta'ie. epecipllly in the showing an overwhelming majority
i ,.- n .sarrnwrding East St. Iouis ws in favor of making the improvements.
.vrtpire enouplil to raTtle dishes and fur- Many of the most prominent property
niture. cause( dogs ito ark as in alarm owners believe that now is the time
and chii;rt-n to awaken and cry to advance in progress, and the float-
Huitse. ~e~T!kle'd and in many instan- ing of bonds aggegating $750.000 for
ct.s rh.ir occupants rushed out in ter- the erection of a city hall, police sta-
ir fearing that he straining beams tion, waterworks, paving and sewer-
,.li joists wo,.ld give away. age is a good beginning.
A. far north as Sprin-ftleli' the shock
iwa: distinctlv felt. Farther north it
iwrtrw ;c-; p.rrceptihle. until In the re- THl PRIMARY
district. 10,o of Chic:; ig it was not noticed, al-
thlonuh it --: .epo,ci. l ihat the delicate VIRG
by iltstrumenIi place in the office of IN VIRGINIA
the w(e-'!' bureati will, when exam-
ined show a Ofsma'lc disturbance
'as r-.-'rl-'d '1Th office was closed By Associated Press.
last nirn hettcr. tihe shock came and Richmond, Va.. Aug. 22.-Indlea.
the in.irintwizic;- could not be consult- tions at ten o'clock tonight are that
d Senator Martin for the senate and
Not on!.i. liniois but Western Ken- Congressman Swanson for the govear
l Wea1h-uc atnd ilri,;-. of Tennessee and ship have carried the state by a strong
l.i ianai .re slihal-n. Messages from majority in the democratic primaries
;ay say-: th., ,i;fforvrent ow.12 in those states held today. Other successful candi-
tportiot.n i4 ;hat I hre.t, ,ljtilct shocks in quick dates appear to be Ellispn, for Lieu-
distri.e s:(ce.-si were felt. The waves of tenant governor; Anderson for atto.-
eriorat 'i the arbth'; iioion seemed to be from ney general and Eggleston for superta.
t Cas: to -,v~ t. tendent of public instruction.
e <";IS;P 11
g are "'x-
i,,,h. 'Ov Vote in the City Bond
ure oed- i
'` Election, Aug. 22, 1905
,' Precincts 12 13 14 15 Tot. M.X
qurtnea Wa: wuorks-8--$250,000
er e For...... ....110 80 101 106
S Against.. .20 6 9 24 59


i Sewerage--$250,000
For...... .. ....... ..... 113
Against.... ........ .. .. 17
fPa itng -$1 50,000
Flor.. .. .... .. .. .. *. .. ....10S
RS Against.. .. .. .. .. .. 19
City Hall-$75,J00
For.. .. .. .. .. . .. ...104
Against.... .. .. .. .. 22
--Five of 'Police Station--$25,000
ng South- For.. .... .. .... ....* ** 105
ty rights' Against.. .. .. .. .. *. .. 19
d by yl- Tcal vote cast was--485.
Id )b the
was de-
on, which.
nd rescr- Japanese Sealers
Iso recog-
lyers who
play elt- on Coas
The pe:- I
r' 6 Isa li


,hck I1xi
h Tex.'.


107 111 414
5 17 42


10 96
11 26


358 24
74


Murdered

t of Kamchatka


By Associated Press. managed to reach the Kamchatkl
Victoria, B. C.. Aug. 22.-News was, coast, about 50 miles northeast it
ireivel1 by the'stp'am-;' Si'awmut ot; Kape Loopatka.,The four men p01k 4
ihe return to Hako&date of the Japan- up by the Lora had left the survslv
a'se staling schooner Lora, with tolri on the beach to seek a coast settl
Lead and four wounded and with news' ment, where provisions wouldd be b.h
Sof the murder of fourteen other seal-i tained. The Lora returned to asned
ers of the schoone: Matsu Moto by' the shipwrecked sesiers, but wOO
Russians of the Kamchatkan coast. the landing place was tachedthe o
The Lora was hunting seals off the sians opened fire on the Lora's bado
Kuriles when she picked up a bolt It was learned that the fourteen ia
-of the Malsu Moto containing four wrecked sealers had been kIlled -4
men. They reported that while hunt- the Lora's alers -orere drive~,a f
ing off the Copper Island the schooner to their vessel wth fow .dad Ii-
had founded during a storm, btne four wounded. The Lora thft M&rl --
ao tgeir crew drowngl with thte ve-j ed to Iakoada e with t* dothe&lW '^
sel. The rep3ainht I8ai1& threeb ei 'uwOide d.A
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READ AND BE CONVINCED.

"Something is always wanting to our imperfect fortune," and
h-may be found, usually, by reading The Journal' want ad. page.


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STOMACH ACHE

AND DIARRHEA
ripe trait, or by sdden change in weather,
exrxerive hat, cIisg down iced duiaka,
,c, are quickly aired and prevented with


lDfi's Pire IRNt Whiskey.
It kills tho disem germ., always irritation,
sad keeps the system cool and healthy.
" Dffys" otatls no fumell l, and ist t
eMly absolutely pure medic-nal whir.
Usea and presr-h-i 50 yearsby nearly 1,0,0
doctors and in more than 2,000 hopita.
All druggiss and groor, or direct, $1 pr
bottle. Medical booklet free. Daffy
Whibkey Co., lioeestr, Y.
EUGENE ARBONA. DISTRIBUTOR.


DIRECTORY

CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
ody on the first and third JVednew
days of each month at 7:30 i m. All
delegates are requested to be pres-
Lt. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L DELAY. Pires t.
Secretary.
Pensacota Lodge No 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday ernving at 8:M
o'clock at tbir Castle Hall B, nt
Watson buldlg, corner Palafox and
Garden msreeta VisYrag brtLha e o
J. H. BREWTON, C. C.
U. RORBLEklt. K oT R. & S.
Rnbatboae 14gA NO
80 K. of P, meets every
TILrsday evening at 8:00
o'Tock i their st
hatl. third Sr. Blount-
W tsmr buildlag, ath-
we.t corner Palato. and
Gardea streets Vuating kalghts ar
aordlaly welcoced.
X B. CERUTI, .
C. J. LeT K. of R. A L


PARAPHERNALIA



DESTROYED BY


SHERIFF


Gam li Fixtures, Seized Some
Months Since, Were Burned
By Order of the
Cort

A large quantity of gambling pars-
phernalia, consisting of everything
necessary to run a gambling hou 3,
was destroyed yesterday by Sheriff
Van Pelt, the same being placed in a
pile In the rear of the county jall,
where the torch was applied.
This furniture, which had a valua-
tion of several thousand dollars, was
seized some months ago, when the
county officials made a raid upon some
gambling houses, and arrested not
only the proprietors and employees,
but also players, all of whom were
heavily fined.
Under the law all paraphernalia of
this nature must be destroyed by the
sheriff, and It was so ordered by the
court. It has been stored at the coun-
ty jail since the raids, being in cus-
tody of the sheriff. Yesterday the
sheriff decided to have a big fre, and
piling up all of the fine wheels and
tables, he set fire to them, and they
were consumed within a short time.

PRIVATE COINAGE.
At one Tlme It Vt a Qmlte Commes
In This Country.
The history of the issue of coins In
this country by private Individuals and
companies wesld make a very Interet-
ing book. Wbhe geo was truek in
North Carolina a man named Bechtler
started a mint of his own there, which
was abolished by law in 1849. Half
eagles, quarter eagles and one dollar
pieces issued by htm were largely cir-
culated in the south and west. Al-
though of honest gold, they were about
2% per cent under value on an average.
A hnti th amne tlma e Tmnltnn Rkid


Knights Cetiuohrb h coined gold in Georgia. He moved to
KnigMeets nof Columbf the California in 1849 and minted eagles
Sare held at their hall and twenty-five dollar pieces on a con-
No. 8 West Intenden- slderable scale. Many companies and
ca street. on every refineries in California and elsewhere
Monday evening a made a business of striking gold coins
7:30 o'clock. An i- during the same period. Naturally
vitatlon Is extended there was a great temptation to make
to visiting Knights. these cols under weight and of In-
JOHN B. JON feror fieness. The Mermons In Utah
Recor .IhL Issued eagles, half eagles and double
Eagles which bore on the obverse an
-Pame-L N& 4, a 1O P. eye, with the legend, "Holiness to the I
Pewsacola L.de No. 4. L O. F,. Lord."
meets every TL ra even lg at antte of twenty-five cent and
at the new hail on Wet c~ fty cent goil pieces were likewise a
gtweet Vians iting.co ift cent goid pieces we-re I Iale
Invited. T. q. ,TIN9ON manufactured at San Francisco, the
. &. WrraOVam.L Becretary. former containing only about six cents'
REBEKAH s STERS worth of the metal and the latter
Naomia LeId No a e b h twelve cents' worth. Years ago a lot
neom c ]ts laody night P.b of these were taken over to Germany
S o'clock b L 0. O. P. Ha V' and crculated there, which elicited a
ttng waters cordially tvited to formal diplomatic protest from that 1
preent. MISS NITA M.. I !JOT. governuu.nt. The private minting busl-
Mas mNAMIE PREI MAN. Secretary, wes was finally stopped.
Oak Grove Lodge. No. 4. Woodmen
Circle, meets every Thursday night at A FISH THAT FIGHTS.
7:30 o'clock, 30% Salisbury Building.
Wes Government St. Visiting sov- The Asgresel e an Irldkeeet Pla-
ereigns cordially invited. hat of llam.
MRS. M. B. OLSEN, So aggressive's the plakat, a little
Guardian. dsh from 8lam, that the entertainment '
MRS. W. A. SMITH, Clerk It afords has become a national pas I
B. A. o. m f time. The Ashes are trained to go
third Wednesday evening at 7:s 0 p through regular battles and are reared :
m. Raord Hall, No. 10 West lute artificiall y for the purpose, while the
dencia Street. Ucense to exhibit them to the general I


A.. QGPU. Prg.
J. L. SWEENtY. See.
W.O.W.
Uve Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W.
meets t Pythian all 1st and 3rr
Weineoeayia ta Mch moth. VISNtte
Movereos odlally InVttL
F. A. ABOGHICH, C. C.
BZSLIE B. BROO Clerk.

GULF CITY
A ft


Cleaning & Dye

Works
MEMBERSHIP RATES $1.00 PER
MONTH.
ladies and Gent's Clothing eleanetl
dyed and repaired. Goods called for
and delivered.
ABELL & FINCH, PROPS.,
140 E. Gs-'erement St.
Phone No. 163. Pensaccla. Fri..


Walter S. Hooto,


General Dealer in


kyudes, Bicyde Sondries

ad FittigsL
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.
M n Safes. Cash Registers, Type
wrlers. Guns, Pistols. Locks and Um-
deblab repaired.
LIwn Mowers, Sciseaor, Knives,
eta sharpened.
Most complete line t kes tn the
dir.I
Try Hooton'a Messenger Berries
wIIn a a rry to sa" meAMag.
U EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 113.


pubitc is farmed out and brings a large
amount of money into the royal coffers
They are kept In aquariums built for
the purpose and fed upon the larvae of
mosquitoes and every possible care
taken of them. When the fish is In a
quiet state, with the fins at rest, the
dull color are not at all remarkable.
But if two are brought together or
within sight of each other, or even If
one sees its own image in a looking
glass, the little creature becomes sud-
denly excited.
The fins are raised, and the whole
body shines with metallic luster and
colors of dazzling beauty, while the
protecting gill membrane, waving like
a black frill round the throat, makes
grotesque the general appearance. In
this state of irritation it makes repeat-
ed darts at its real or reflected antago-
nist. If two are placed together in
a tank they rash at each other with the
utmost fury. The battle is kept on un-
til one Is killed or put to flight, but not
cutfl they are entirely separated does
Victor shut UI gaudy fins, that, like
gs of war, are never lowered until
peace has been declared.
PMlU an Rw auMM.
Hugo Gans in his book on Russia
writes as follows of the relations exist-
Ing between the Russian officials and
the Poles: 1They remain separate, like
oil and water. The Russian, even
though he Is the master. is of no conse-
quence here. It is only necessary to ob-
serve for the space of an hour from
some corner of the elegant dining room
of the hotel the behavior of the Polish
society and the complete isolation of
the Russian offers or oficals. It is
oly necessary to be able to distinguish
the groups from one another-the Bal-
tie nobility with their almost bourgeols
families, merchants from all the prtn-
tpal countries. Rsslan t entionaries:
and Potah society-and It will at once
become dear who is at hoie here, i
Irsly rooted the gol, so that all tb-
om hemNao s and latrnddur. It
b th pgea, sd the PNle al."


TARPON IS NOW



FUMIGATED



ECH TRIP


Cannot Enter Port of Pensacola
From Mobile Unless She Goes
to Quarantine for this
Purpose.

As an illustration of the strictness
of the quarantine regulations now in
force, it is but necessary to state that
the coast steamer Tarpon is fumigated
each week on her return trip from
Mobile, and every person on board
the vessel is also compelled to go
through the strict examination re-
quiredo of those who come by rail.
The Tarpon goes out each Sunday
night for Mobile, after returning from
her regular trip to St. Andrews, Apa
lachicola and Carrabelle. She is due
Lack to this port Tuesday morning
from Mobile, but of, course does not
reach here until in the afternoon,
owing to the fumigation and examina-
tion.
The vessel is not subjected to this
fumigation except when coming from
Mobile.
The vessel brought in a fair cargo
yesterdayafternoon from the above
point, most of the goods being con-
signed to local merchants.

RUSSIAN TROOPS

IN CONSPIRACY


By Associated Press
Moscow. Aug. 22--t is reported he"e
on good authority that a revolutionary
conspiracy has been discovered among
troops in the outskirts of Moscow, and
that twenty-six arrests, including those
of several officers, had been made be.
fore the conspirators had a chance ,o
become active.
The Mean Way It Worka.
"If you refuse to marry me," said
the wealthy old man, "I shall pine
away and die." -
"Of c3nrse," responded the girl bit-
terly. "And if I would marry you you
would hang to life like a bulldog. But
that's the way It goes."-Detroit Trib-
une.
Retributlon.
Millions of years had passed.
Birds had succeeded to the suprema-
cy formerly held by man.
"What is that you are wearing on
your hat?" asked the flamingo.
"I's the scalp of an almost extinct
biped called a woman," replied the
egret "A few specimens of the crea-
ture still exist, I am told, in the inac-
cessible fastness of the everglades."
-Chicago Tribune.
Flllln tthe P reaseptle
. Judge-What were you doing in the
henhouse. Sambo? Sambo-Well--er-
jedge,'mah mlssus wah feeling' pohly,
en beh doctah declared she must have
poached eggs. I wah Jes' poachin' a
few, edge, according' to odahs.-New
York Times.


All the performances of human art at
which we look with praise or wonder
are Instan-es of the resistless force of
perseverance.-Jobhnson.





PROSPERITY


INTHE


STABLE


TW t'what Secrer Horm
Feed briagt! It's good,
every scrap of it. and it
gives more health. more
S work and more satisfaction
thanoats. Give it a trialI
It'. ma&e of
Cora
Oats

Lmmaad lMe"a

Do yea aow of a better
comnation? We don't.
and w V* b 61 is t bei-
yar. Came ia and
talk it over. Wre sole
mfor tawr tby



F. S. Mdelen 6Co.



Wmmatuinsa th Un PA?
An inft a i b eM Wi
of times w mmetlr &Em.
I~rCII --3-" "


6


urit

ill so'o


above everything-


distinguishes Schlitz beer from the common.

There's a difference, of course, in the barley, the hops


the yeast.

We use the

We age the



all for t:h5r rwee r Er ttlin.
Jes that the cu or rownr ids nwdedf


its purity.
pu .


Phone 16
The Lewis Bear Co.
Main and Palafax, Pensacola


-The Beer



That Made M ilwaukee Famous.


L QUINCY


Special to The Journal.
Quincy, Aug. 22.-The tobacco crc
grown in this county this year
much larger than ever before and ha
practically all been sold, much of
while it was in the field. Owing
the excessive rainfall, the quality
not thought by many to cone up
the usual standard of excellence
Gadsden county tobacco but a goc
price was generally realized by th
farmers, especially the Sumatra sltra
rown. i
The various packing houses are no
crowded to their utmost capacity
receiving and caring for the leaf ^
bacco as It is packed In boxes an
brought to market.. As many as 14
wagons were seen last week waiting
at one time in front of one packing
house to be unloaded.
As a result of the large yield of
crops and the excellent prices recei
ed for the tobacco crop, every line
business is now in a prosperous co
edition here.
Several weeks ago the citizens
Quincy met and decided that unless
they were better passenger service b
the Seaboard Air Line Railway
this place, they would withdraw the
patronage from that road as much a
possible and haul their freight through
the country from Faceville. Ga. A
soon as the officials were officially n
tifled of the action of the citizens t
the board of trade, they at once pro,
ised to give us two passenger train
a day each way. the same as Tallaha
see, 25 miles east of here on the sanw
:oad has. Since that time nothing
beems to have been done by the rai
road toward a fulfillment of its prone
ise, and it is thought by many the
are waiting till the merchants get a
their fall goods in, when it will dan
a&e the road much less for them t
withdraw their patronage.
Work on the 0. F. & A. Raiway ex
tension from Havana, Fla. to Quincy
whichh will give us a more direct out
let to the north. is being pushed a
rapidly as possible, and will probably
be in operation by the last of th
year.

Conemlenii.
There was once in a North Carolin
court a case that has gone down ai
history In the judicial annals of thi
state. It appears that a debtor named
Jenkins, when solicited to close an ol
open account by note, agreed to do sc
provided he should be allowed to draf
the Instrhment. This was granted him
whereupon he presented the creditor
with the following:
"I, Samuel Jenkins, agree to pay
John Huggins $200 whenever convene
lent, but it is understood that said Jen
kins is not to be pushed. Witness my
hand and seal this day of
Samuel Jenkins."-Harper's Weekly.
better Tlhan Is Own.
They were discussing the factor
which make for success in the world
when the knowing young man said:
"There's nothing like force of char
acter. Now, there's Jones! Sure to
make his way In the world. He's a
will of his own, you know."
"But Brown has something better In
his favor."
"What's that?-
"A will of his anle's."


Down om ea Lek.
"Oh, John," she exclaimed as she
observed him Fgetting into his over-
coat, "I hope you're not going to be
eat a ln toatthtr
"I hope not" he replied absentmid-
edly, "tbt It's quite likely. The emm
have been rannmt very badly fr fme
ately.'-" hmihi... dgar.


Before the subscriber, a Notary PAl
FOUR BLOCKS IN LEGAL ADVERTISEIENTS. person-,: S v
S:ic In and for said state. personally 4
PN -peared C. Dowlning. known to me 4
PORTLAND BURNED NOTICE be the individual described by ai
Same, and acknowledged that hle T,
Of Intention to Apply for Letters cuted the foregoing instrunmnt f, r,.t
By Associated Press. Patent. uses and purposes therein -e, fort:
Portland. Aug. 22.-Fire starting i a Notice is herrby iven that the Given under my hand an' l ffl
DP -estairant today destroyed four blocKo; -t N y th orse al, this the 4bh day of Au.uz-t, A
is of buildings in the business center of unabersgned will apply :o warthe. Honor- 1904.
as East Portland. The loss :s at)out one able Napon toward, governor Tal ofR.ha SHR
It hundred and fifty thousand dollars. the ae o Flrida, at Tallahassee, M ommsnxpre Jly 1
SFlorida. on the ninth da: of Septem- aug9oaw4w
to EX-PUGI1IST ARRESTED ler, A. D., 1905, for let's patent in-
t uuGiIL RRESED I carporating COVINGTON-SAUNDERS. .. ...i.,. ,
is FO' STEALING PURSE rNDporaCing COPANY uer te f. in Esn Eccambia County Circuit (n ,
oLAND COPAY uncha r the oriinalowinch State of Florida-In Chancevry.
of By Associated Press. Inow o charge ir the oe ol hic F. West. s. Jacob Klein, Bern.: 4
Ned York, Aug.'22.----A man g i'; now on file iw the office of Secretary Schilater and Kattie Sehllater .
d New York, Aug. 22.-A man givi g chllater and Kattle Sbthlftrfo
e the name of Yank Kenny, formerly ot tate ofth S ate of lorida. wife-Foreclosure of Mortga4.
e wWe, C. M. Covington. Hi. I 5. Coving- On Mony, the 4rh ay o
a well knwn pugul.l3, v:.,$ aXested On Monday, the 4th day of Sr, rp
le last night in Brooklyn, ,:hargel wit ton and J. Saunde.e. of the city j hber. A. D. 194)5, the defendants B.e ., 1
dealingg a purse containing $340. The! Pensacola, Florida. an; C. Downing, of Scbliator and Kattle Sehhater, ar..:
w nan who lost his wallet identified one the city of Bunswick, Gpergia. do qulired to appear to the bill -
in of the prisoners, but sail he could. .ereby make application fot Letters against them herein. This order "'
Snot possibly identity Kenny as the Patent incorporating us aud our aaso- be published once each week for f. i
d thile ciates into a corporation in accord- consecutive weeks In The PeNsa, 3
40 ance with the laws of the State of Journal. a newspaper published in t:l
Lg Accidents come with distressing Florida under t-e following charter: (Escambia County. A. M Mc.M!L!:
1g frequency on the farm. Cuts, bruise, .st The name of th- corporation l Clerk Circuit Court. By L G. A r.-',
stings, sprains. Dr. Thomas' Electric snail be COVINOTON-SAUNDERS D. C. Pensacoa, la., July 25 1'-.
1 Oil relieves the pain Instantly. Never LAND OOMPANY, and its principal jly2)oa'wI
safe without it. office In the city of Per..acola, Florida.
of 2nd. The general nature of the busi.
n- Will Meet Tonight. Tnes to be transacted shall be dealing ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICL
A meeting of the young men com- ia lands and timber, and the doing of Estate of Mark John White, Decepa-
oi posing the newly formed Escambia all things incidental to said business, Creditors, legatees, distrbute,~s .. t
ss Rifles, will be held tonight at 9 o'clock the acquisition holding, use and dis- all persons having claims or derna 1
y! i the office of Judge Jas. R. Landrum. position of all property, real and per. against the estate of MarA John Wh ,
B' stcInal, which may be necessary or con-, deceased, of Pensacola Florida. .-
ir REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND venient tor tAe carrying out of such required to present same to the :iw' *-
Is DNCE AT ELECTRIC PARK ppousp-. signed within two years from '.
I 3rd. The amount of Capital Stock date or same will be barrel.
k THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA shall be TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS, MARY ANN WHTTE.
,)" MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT COM- ($10.000.00) divided into one hundred Administratrix of Esta'- of Mark .1 :"
ly PANY. shares of a par value of ONE HUN- White, Deceased.
n- DRED DOLLARS ($100.00) each, the July 26, A. D. 1905. 2jlyms4o V
13 s Jnme to be paid in cash upon call of
s the Directors.-
e 4th. The said corporation shall exist
fl ior ninety-nine years from the date of P a 9s
il- gM -ranting Letter3 Patent tr. It.
"m- It M [ 5th. The busiresa shall be conducted f SII
y by a board of three Directors. a Prest- I lu
l de. int. one or mcre Vice Presidents and
m- a Secretary-Treasurer. The Directors D o DA r
o sLall be elected annually at a meeting H ieg W g,
X2 '" of the stockholders to be held on the
second Wednesday in November of haI n CQUa
". each year, ani the officers shall be Sld e h
t- electedd by the Board of directors at a odeverywher
s meeting to be held on the same day.
ly Until the first election C. M. Coving- S A Fri A ma n
ie r xl &. ti/\ton shall be President, J. R. Saunders F.reFr lllmi
Vice.-ePresident; and J. K. Rozier,. Sec- Vbh le Distribueter
t E f rv -Treasurcr. and the Directors
Shall be C..M. Covington, J. R. Saun. Leader i Lpotc 1 rinA
a L ders and H. L. Covington. L tr in Im l Wines
s Grh. The highest amount of itdebted- i .
e ness to which the corporation can at q
d1 rll I ry time 3ubject itself shall be ONE PHONE 7.
d are ell to ]HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOL. e 831 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
o ARS $150.0f00. 00.) ENISACOLA, FLA.
t T th. The sal subscribers subscribe
1 I1 d Jits for the following amounts of stock, to-. g g-- aggagjggaggggag;-
C. M. Covington.... 25 shares $2500
lO C ia It. L. Covington .....25 shares $2-500 a r
S. R. Saunders ......25 shares $2 0" ITE fm AmNiU All
. With biga bpmte of O ods on Downing .........25 shares $2500, PE I "LI.
r the way from Erope for fall trade, Total ......... 100 bares 100001 North Palfox
Swe must prepare a way for their N WITNESS WHERIeF the befor PR OMPT o A ECI t
ediaplaanonlyonntioned subscribers have hereunto 'S RVIC ,
lay an thae one wayto signed aitheir nam --s. e
dot et . COVINGTON, OI A0
sad odd amnWd Ld that a up L.COVINGTON, MEMBERSHIP RATES FOR
S 0P* J-". O SAUNDIERS, PRESSING $1I0 PER
lots of room. C. DOWNIN. MONTH.
D 1 We've mde bi rdactin duch PHON rS
ad eac gre cay .ht to State of Florida. Esambla County. I L RL. E M. E WHITE,
hm p a he -- e days o -k _Before the subscriber, a Notsary :dftr. .m u, .
i-a cb-'-n ov -wra -- y Public is and fr said ate, personal.
Ip cep tat p. ly appeared C. M. Corvnlton. Ht


q ft w rk i you rcaae due prr-brh~
ymr door w"rL-borocd Imw
q Come i nsd ae pa. lr hi you've
be=. pr youagcr I ce soo u--Md saums iA
dabui i





,%CULIS4 tq


Covlngtou and J. B. Saunders. known
to me to be the Individuals described
by-sd namef and acknowledged tha:
they eeested the foregong nru-
est for the uses and purpose therein
set for h.
GOiT under my hand and olak
*tlo. this ti ay 6f July, A. D.
10J., GIBSON,
Staetr ablic.
1tCl~~t~a~~U


i


,'


costliest materials.


beer for months to prevent biliousness.

But the healthfulness of Schlitz


is mainly due to


'mil


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Cl
t


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or






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186t PENSACOLA JOURnAL, WKDNESOAY b0tilimoi, AUGUST 23, 190L


^EAR HAVANA.


UNION MADE.


STEAMER ATHOS



ARRIVES IN

CIrrTV


FOR SALE BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE.


GENOVAR-MARTINEZ CO.,


Manufacturers, St. Augustine. Flerida.


- ~ -- -.--.----- -


I THIS IS THE I LIt
rInnr UL W Tm I BW Seventeen
uC-R |n. [0Days Ove e-Harmring Ex-
OF T4E BEST S4IRT MADE f Pss -
IN AMERICA.
T arid ,rkmmanship of |:
S -. ,- arc equaled by i
: 'New York Aug. 22.-The steamer
S\ '. nade regular Athos, 17 days late. with eight pa;-
S* ,. '* shield sengera and a cargo of roiten banana-
E "": a n.-w-st mate- and with the bones of half eaten
.V. : ,',ir.- sharks on board to indicate the perils
o.,,.- .. "htm and watch ; of her voyage arrived off Scotland
,;:1. -,n'I wtr:l,', fr 'he finest 3 lightship last night.
,C ,a., Thi- h' ,vc.r shown in On July 30 the Donald Steamship
g i.'.-nnac'la = company's steamer Athos left Po.-t
SAntonio. Jamaica, for New York, a Aix
SSTAR IRT days' voyage, with provisions in plen.
Sity for this short period. Three hours'
out of port an eccentric rod on the
SFAMOUS SIN 81 engine broke and from that hour un
rIM 1 till last Sunday, proceeding sometimes
Only an hour a day under her own
Steam, the Athos drifted at the mercy
Sof storms in constant danger of
famine, once without drinking wat *r
and receitvng supplies from time to
SEs time off tng vessels until on Aug.
=2,. the disabled steamer gave up and
C.C Goedman, Geo. Armperger sontalted the teamer Altai for a tow.
li- i tIllfHlllihiliftfliF This steamer brought the Athos to
SNew York.
R. W lrr The ouble was in the engine all
R. K. WH E the tilic From July 30 to Aug. i,
*rwht XwUemsIcIr g jme one or two breaks daily in the engine
We Ou ts Olki- were recorded. The log chronicles the
V 9 hPrfor stra e.am eulma fact that the daily delay was only
--.- -. I Two days later the catching of the
ITRSELY TOLD ; .'harks is recorded. Chinamen on
TERSELY TOLD. board attempted to eat the sharks. bu:
the meat made them sick. During
ho next two days the boats were low-
To mer. of Hattie'burg. was
S..:- ,,* u. sof a Thtt Merchants c(T-d from the Athos in search of food
a i r(,"4 gue-, w tht. Ilerchants ti-h.
On Aug. 8 the disabled steamer
K W'hi't. Timnhc it.-r-iior. e- sighted the steamship Adirondack
:'-re-da' :ronm. Fsh-". Ala..'and signalled "All well on boar.-."
t,. made a shipment of lumberi But on the 10th inst. a tank of water
S Keoyser & Co. was opened and was found to be
G Ol:ver. buyer for Wm. John- tainted with the juice of rotting b.-
.nd Sonr. is in' New York huvinzr nna. tSome dolphin were caught two
% so,,.k ot dry goods for that days later and on August 13 the "n-
Scipient famine was further relieved
I by the steamer Montevideo, whi:h
S' W Grifflh. of Bonifay, a supplied provisions.
;-,:.;ne: ::7.- of that place, was! For nearly a week. between Aug. 10
f.. '\, *.- r:lia. on a short bus-I and 17, the engine's shaft was useless
and not only was the steamer forced
B Sok.s- of Atlanta, district' o drift about while repairs were un-
a: F' *:., An". r:can Tobacco Go., dec way. but for two days of this pe-
S, r-,..-rl:.~ kingig after the ',iod a great storm and high seas broke
;g oncern. Lover the helpless steamship. The log
S meanwhile indicates that more dolphin
' v i' ( ;left here se-- were caught. Finally, cn Aug. 18. the
: i. or. Coi. has c:ipling flange broke and the Athos
i de. itsaded ,o
S !t*;.,<- in Pensaco-


it : ~ an'i irother
;o Ti'Ilu'uh
h, lKuneit of the


(y days each and fines impo-ed
.r.oun:i ng to $144.
M. V Pa'rick. of Greenwood. Ala..
L rturpntilnr ope.3ator. was h ere yes-
Ic.l!a;. on a shor: business visit.


Mobil'. Rc1sristr: Mr E W. Iaw
-... ,n confilied to rt~c. a -O;-oRllnent business man of
', K'-.. .e,.eri P, .i 'ia. wa in ;lte city yesterday
api : ap li<': s-. To:- 07 fir:" .i n'r ir tweor:y-igilt years
....;:.- hanIs wizq: and was asnoniined at the growth
wi:nch gree:ed him on every hand.


-I 4 : 'rrFent last
'~ :, ~In SeinR lv'
."' '* .b( pri-aecnt
;'4 ~- -.C tpfci'. tn
pr-((ckL


-- W. ,J.
-' Arm-
. ..* *U>e '


I'
at


" : : ~." ; fiv,
-''"f


Green &


Ladies apureciatequality is why the
demand is zrce'est ever known for
blue Ribtl)n Iemon and Va.illa Ex-
tracts. Ask your gro, er for Blue .Ri-
.on and Vanilla. Takes less. F;av'-
or perfecil.y.

STRAYED br STOLEN


" SMALL PUG PUPPY; ANSWERS
- 'n- '0 THE NAME OF "SKIPPIE." HAD
i;.ii ON COLLAR. REWARD L' RE-
nhi- TURNED TO RESIDENCE OF W. A.
.,n, BLOUNT OR FOR INFORMATION
- ri- LEADING TO IS RECOVERY.
Shi r-, 23auglt.


Watson


eauMBASSAR TO


Th ome MEXICO RIS
This Fall.

This may .e done
at little expense,
with a few well- I I I
framed pictures on
the bare walls.
WE FRAME PICTURES JUST Edwin H. Conger Will Retire from
AS YOU DESIRE. Present Position in October.
We carry Large Thompson May Suc-
line of moulding for
the purpoe. c d Him.

By Aasoclated PreIs
Oyster Bay, Aug. 22.-Bwln .H.
em Book Store Cner has esigne his poetOn as
geml Book Store !ambassador to Mexico and the redg-
nation has been accepted by the preai-
SMOWr POor iI*i dent to take effect October 18. Mr.
Conger's resignation has been fore-
shadowed, and It was Adicated that
he mightibe sent to Pecdn as special
commissioner to adjust the dilerences
F. M. WILLIAMS, ver the Chinese boycott of American
CONTRACTOK AND BUILDER, goods. It is not known whether that
Offie. Brosnaham building, next mission has been abandoned, but it is
to Pensacala Business College. believed Mr. Conger will no' go to
Prompt attention always given China.
to business. Pensacola. Fla. It has not been determined who is
to be Mr. Conger's successor as am-
bassador to Mexico but it will I<'ely
abandoned the attempt to make New be David H. Thompsona .f Nebraska,
York under her own steam,. after 20i now ambassador to BC11H. It is
days of continuous accidents. It was known Ambassador T.I~pson de-
decided to accept the first offer of a sires the Mexican post. ..
tow. This did not come for two days,
during which a second food famine seweedm.
was averted by the steamer Vera, Aside from their use as food by man


which came alongside the Athos sup-
plying eatables and drinkables.
At Scotland lightship last nigat
the tow line broke as a last chapter
in her long series of accidents an I
the Athos could not repair the broken
line in the dark and anchored for the
night while the Altai brought her pas-
sengers to quarantine. Today tugs
were sent out to bring the Athos in-
to port.
The passengers were John Douglas
Donald, son of the owner of the
Athos; Miss Julie Anna Damshee, t.e
boy's aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Morrms
Lunn, of Rosebank, S. I., and Keith
and Fred Saunders boys of Bay Ridge,
and Henry Lamke. The whole party
were guests of John A. Donald, presi-
dent of the Donald Steamship co-n-
pany, who sent them on the Atnas
for a summer vacation trip. The AltJi
towed the Athos 267 miles.

MISSING PERSONS.
-mmam Yearly. Disappear aud
Are ever Heard From.
More than 5,000 persons annually dis-
appear in the United States and are
never beard from again. At first blush
the assertion seems incredible, but po-
lice statistics furnish confirmation. The
actual figures, based on a conservative
calculation, are even more alarming
than those given.
The trazedles of real life hidden
within these peculiar cases, i they
could but be brought to light, would
rival many of the novels penned by
the world's greatest writers. No sub-,
ject that can be imargin~cd has such
weird fascination as that of the thou-
san'd an, tbhjoDands who hlnre gono,
down this grand tannyon of oblivion.
It would he po.sibhl to fill many
pages with the absorbing stories of
these curious cases. but nearly every
reader of thi' nrewspapers, whether he
lives in villas, town or city, is prob-
ably acquainted wih some lInstnnce of
the kind concern'ng either friend ot
relative M *n um"l \vomrun who have
lost all they troens ':('-d most in life in
thi n,*.iu;I g., n:anit vanc'.:tly. numb-
ly. ever wnlting for the r,,turnl of the
ct5inr. one-n dreamm that never -omes
true.--Brooklyn En '..
Trousern In England.
Strange though it nmay a;npl-rr to tb"
prefnt ge:ieration. it s,'rns. that trou-
ers wenu first introduced into Eng-
land were regarded as anything but a
mark of respectnbility. In the orlgina ,
trust deed. drawn up in 1820. of
RBthel chapel. ('anhridge street, Shcf-
fild. there was a claisi contalnlng the
following prohibition: "iT'nder no cir-
cumnstaiies whatev'-r -hall any preach- I
er he allowefr to occupy th pulpit who
wears tronsers." It Is scarcely neces--
sary to add ltat k.nee breeches and
gaiters were then the correct attire.
A luber.
"WWn.'s the reason you are so late?"
Apaniin.d .Mrs. Snuburhan.


-' wn an Dimities wl': .go at...................... 5 cent> "Well. you e,." explained ber te
fi'.fu o: to select from See window. muddled husband, "the train I came
a:' 21.c ,Voiles. Dot Saisscs. Dimities and Organdies in on went so fearfully fast that we
So.......................... ................10 cents pkipped sev-rl towns and had to eg
SP:n Brown and So:id Colored Linens. for Boys bck after them"-Detrolt Free Pss.
-.i ie Skirts and Su,.t and Dresses for Schoil Girls,
-, a' ..........................................15 cents l e Pos m.
HIs EIsvlable itonl | .
HOSIERY SPECIALS."Are ou In any way related to the
O Mobility. Mr. Goldwaller" Inquired the
* "- '"i. BRack Lace Hose. 15 and 20c values, Monday reporter.
".-da (,nly ...................... ................... 10 ents "' opera" replied the rectangular but
'ln .liren Colored and Black Hose, 25c kind, ll at 10 cents eminently astrte old millionaire. "You
Sse all my children are boys."-Pck.
SHOES.
SEE SOUTH WINOOW. YOUR 1 00 y
E W W. $ 00 "Pa, what does It mean when you
CHOICE. ANY PAIR FOR .... say that e man completely overshad-
" : nch Lawns and Dimities. on Monday, 8:30 to 10 t owe anotLter
: ,c1. ie. yards for .................................. cents i Why-tt means that he oatohlies'
yards to a customer. htim.
-b0!--Cbevelad Leader.
Yem fee Busines, mesa,.
RFirst a ir One-How dreadflit Is to
GREEN& WATSON.ave a skeleton n the family! eo
S- k OI- know", dear. Have


and beast and as fertllizerIn agricul-. No longer is the strike against the fr g` A a9 rW
ture, seaweeds have numerous uses in Builders' Exchange of this city co.-
the arts and sciences. Ftrm them are fined to the carpenters for yesterday are the prime qualities in
obtained soda, chloride, sulphates, sil- ii was extended, and now takes in all *
icates, iodine, bromine and gelroe. structural labor identified with k. drugs and prescriptions.
They have ever occupied an Important Structural Builders' Trtdes Alliance
place in the rude pharmacopoeia of the of Jacksonville, says the Jacksonville YOU GET BOTH HERE.
untutored savage as well as of the Tinies-Union.
higher one of his more civilized breth- Besides the carpenters he plumbe N distance too great and no
ren. Certain varieties are used n stuff- briclaers, painters, ltric w purchase t mall for
i paper hangtmrs tinners. electric w'n'k- purchase too small for
ng chairs and beds. They ar especial- er and those connected with other IMMEDIATE delivery,
ly suitable for the latter purpose, as trades forming the alliance, have walk. night or day.
their aromatic smell is said to drive in- ed out and refused to longer work 1o01rnight o
sect away. any of the contractors or firms hold-
ing membership in the Builders' Ex-
FPh stale Jewelry. change of Jacksonville.M AIL ORDERSSPECIALTY
The scales of the sea dram are ex. The walk-out occurred yesterday IAIL ORDERS A SPEC IALTY
tensively used in the manufacture of morning, shortly after b meeting of the PHONE 1100
the sprays.-f flowers and other articles Sttructural Builders' Trades Alliance
of fancy work which are sold at sea-i S held. Union men of all trades THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
side resorts under the name of "fish were called off all builds being cof th
scale jewelry." They are large andi structed by any of the members of thle
scale jewelry." They are large and builders' Exchange. The men obeyed -
silvery and so hard that it is neces-and 1d noon yesterday there was n, f at I ACCID
sary to remove them from the fish a union man working on any buildit FnAg
with an axe or hatcht. Te scales of in the city the contract tor which is sEIT IUKY T I N
sheepshead, tarpon, channel bass, etc., held by a member of the Builders' IN KENTUCKY TOW N
are also used for this purpose at times. Exchange.
It is a case of union men refusing o
Seaslble. worK on buildings where non-union i By Associated Press.
She-I suppose you would have me men in any line of trade are employed. Middlesboro Ky., Aug. 22.-A belt
believe I am the first woman you ever iThere was no demand made anti '"ne train left the thrak at Yellow
loved? He-Not at all. I've loved explanation asked. The question ist Ceek today and ran through and de-
scorneh of fomen, but ypu are the last- .,imply one of rnion aid non-union,! onllshol four h '-wscs. The engineer'
score of women, ut rewith the mechanics belonging to the was killed and an unknown womtin
one I have fallen in love.ith. She- various structural trades. On many and child fatally injured.
Very well. then I'll say "Yes." As long ,'.Iildings being erected oy the merw-
as I am the last one you have loved :ers of the Builders' Exchange non- Ltke Mar a iam.
we'll get along all right.-Boston Tran- union carpenters have been placed a" A borse was entered in a trotting We can save you money and samt
script. work to fill the positions made vap-cit race. When he was put on the track i you desire a first-class Pian
by the refusal of the uniom carpet : to be warned up he eme to mov Be sure to see$1 the Bab P o-
ure t ~trs to agree to the demands of the with great energy, and a number of smallest regular Piano made for yun
Mrs. Bunn--So your servant ran off. olher organizations forming the Struc- inexperienced persons put uptheir mon- and old alike, $100 to $175.
Don't you think she'll regret it' Mrs. .ral Builders' Trades Alliance an e on him, ut wh the actual race I will pay you to call or write
IIunn-Yes, because my husband ran 'ho refused to work with the n on- came y o a rawbot etd,he actl ked an- I
with her.-Manchester (N. H.) Mirror ,.I:'o ca-ipenter and walk out. atha notylet t ed
and Several meetings of the union or- ral that had no styleablm passed
and American. za:is were held yeastte'a a the sh.wy horse with greatease and on TUNING A SPECIALTY.
i i'ttlers were discussed. but inothinuj the home stretch distanced him.
Only as we love c:an we work benn- .. ,.., I .... "Thit horse" alhil an oner men e PHONE 476.


tifully, hnriaoniously, coura oonly.
CouraC comes v-ith love; it is lo: s
nlonen that mnak" ltasks easy and fln-
geras dy fast.-W. J. Colville.


Paper Napkins

for Picnics,
Ten conlt a hundred. Lf's
of diff'tu11nt patlerns--all
pretty--
Ir CENTS
PER HUNDRED.
Others at $1 per hun-
(Ilrt ai.i h ;'imeliate
I rices. D)il~;. 20. 25 and
50 cents a box.


COE'S BOOK STORE,
235 S. Palafox St.
123 Phone.


%is, Ven olt for pub r" ationtI. T wrro
nlituiUllce'd last night thai: ;a il'ooti:n
:f the Saructutal Buildeirs' Tra.3t?
Alliance will be lheii early this mor'n-
!ng andl another .aPet':n wil; bhe .c':!
tonight. I- i. bcl1 :', tha: at the:-
'.leetings an official stc: ;i t ;:1*li b
,i.awnl up adlJ givc oil' for i':', oH
tion.
Ahit, .1,100 men aro 1! to hlV.'
j(Iuit work "-ster'Jay. but a, ,:i- ,: II'!.:-
t,er incl.::l;.- th.- full ni!i!' r.-.il, i
till thin o i-::z:;. nations iT h.- i ;!:' v }]i: -
.i;,h, ;!IpT !1 -,)r rl];in o<:; ,)7 l;'.1
:iund'.., really quit wvo,: l'r na i
of 'T(he n i,>? !'wrs o0' thc '"a';ir:;.i n'i',.i,
were no' r 4uilarly eP;iploy.- i. and tL ni
there' is al ar.'ge nit.nihFr or ':t"ii wot
in t co :;r:ict(;-s ,vhio :ar', n t min- .1
!'(. '" the t !I::il ers' Ex.-halnti .
N stoter'e::It his been mle!t iy 1i-'
E.i':,lrs' E'xtchange. and no official
:tzteinent has been male )by thie labor
j; tanizatioan. The fact rcnminls, how-
(ve-r, that the union men are not work-
'ng on any job for the Builders' Ex-
:cange members.


DEATH LAST NIGHT OF
EUGENE M. HANSCOM.
Eugene M. Hanst-am. about thirty
years of age, and for some years a
resident of this city, died last night at
the home of Mr;.. W.. B. Rrry, 121
West Government street, after an iil-
ness of several week;. Deiah was dr.
to a complication of diseases, and oc-
curred at 9:30 o'clock.
Mr. Hanscom was a native of Me!-
rose. Mass., but came here "e--erai
years ago, entering the employ of the
Southern Bell Telephone Cmrpany.
He remalnea' here for two years when'
he went to Milton and assumed charge
of the telephone exchange there. re-
maining until recently when he re-
turned to Pensacola and was taken ill.
He leaves a wife, who was at his
bedside when death occurred, and inI
addition a number of relatives and
friends in Massachusetts.
The deceased was a member of the
'Milton lodge of Odd Fellows and the'
funeral services will be unner the"
eusplces of. ensacola and Joppa
lodges of this city. The services wilt
be conducted at 121 West Government
street Thursday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock mad the Interment will be in
t. John'm cemtary.


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race track man who had been wise'
enough to beckcthe rwbened steel.
watchc h lost out is like a good many CLUTTERRUSH
people,. lie Isrnds too much time and
energy gddng up in the air instead of 12 E.Government Stret.
gttinn over the car:h."--Missarl Val-
ley Farmer. PENSACOLA, .* FLORIDA.


It Is a mistake to aaoclate pide or
fopplshness with self respect. The one
ris from a jii;icious considerat ,'n of
whint we are, the oth' r from an extrav-
agant notion of what something ex-
traneous has made ae. The o' is
true, the other -: false, and both can-
not exist together. A man that re-
spects hir s:.if cannot be proud, and a
proud mian ,loes not respect himself.
AWIlity.
Fater--You ought to be ashamed of
yourself, Dick. You are now in your
twenty-fifth year and you haven't
earned a penny yet At your age I
had alrafly married a woman with
10,000.-London World.
A Patalist.
"I understand Colonel Jones t fa-
taist."
"Your're right thar, stranger. He
never fails to git his man."-New Or-,
leans Times-Democrat.
Of all wild beasts preserve me from
a tyrant; of all tame, from a flatterr.
-Johnson.


People who
cant eat,
Can eat and Digest


SGrape- Nuts

FACT 1
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SPECIAL REDUCTION ON PIANOS!


We are overstocked. A very large line of LESTER, CLUTTER and CASSELL

O Pianos on which we will make a reduction of $25 to $75 for August sales.

Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, $275. Regular price,
S325. Terms, $10 Cash, $6 per month. Bring the
$10 with you. Stool, Scarf, Musi, and two years'free
tuning. The Best Piano ever offered for the money.



letter and 14 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.
112 and ; 14 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.

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comfort and an even tem-
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0 WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND.
-- The Pensacola Journal is on *
# sale at the following places to t
- the city: W
- Bay Hotel.
'- Coe's Book Store.
s- Depot New Stand. i
4 Gem Book Store. *
- Lewis House. 4
#- Merchants Hotel. i
R, Southern Hotel. -
4 Thompson's Book Stoe.
t* Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. ,
#4 Wagenheim's News Stand. *
S Walker's Book Store.



GOING AWAY?
When you leave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensacola
Journal follow you. Notify circula-
tion manager, Phone 38.

Congratulations to
Pensacola's Progrcssive
Citizenship,
The Journal is happy this morning
to congratulate the progressive citizen
ship of Pensacola on the result of yes-
terday's bond election.
While the vote itself was not so
large as might be desired, the majori-
ties in favor of each of the respective
public improvements for which a
bond issue was voted were so over-
vhelming as to leave no doubt of the
sentiment which now controls the
community on that subject.
The Journal is particularly pleased
with the result because The Journal
has for years been advocating public
Improvements and bonds with which
to get them. We feel therefore that
the result of yesterday's election is a
vindication of The Journal's long
established ; position on the matter.
it will require several moths prob-
ably before the bonds can be engraved
and sold and the work of actual im-
provement commenced. In the mean-
time, however, the very fact that
bonds are to be issued will give Pen-
sacola a stimulus and a standing in
the business world which cannot be
underestimated.
Again, congratulations to the pro-
gressive citizenship of the Deep Wa-
ter City of the Gultf

The Jacksonville baseball team hats
at last won a game. The fans of that
city should immediately proceed to
invest their spare change in skyrock-
ets, etc., and hold a celebration.

Russian Position Means
Continuance of War
The firm decision cf the Russian en-
voys not to yield to the Japanese de-
manos for a war indemnity can mean;
nothing but a continuation of the'
slaughter in Manchuria unless the
Japanese demands are modified, and
In view of the stand taken by the en-
Toys of the Mikado, it is extremely
doubtful ii any mutually satisfactory
basis for ending the war can be reach.
ed at the present conference.


Another demand of the Japanese to
whlch it is doubtful if Russia will ac-
cede is the cession of the island of
Sakahalin, whose strategic position
controls practically the entire coast
of Siberia and without which Russia's
uaval and military power in the FPt
Mast would be nil.
It is evident that the strong posi-
tion Russia has take relative to the
Japanese demands is. in a great meat-
.e, due to the fact that her forces in
th East have been reinforced during
the temporary lull in active opera-
tons, incident to the peace conference
at Portsmouth, and that she feels
that her army in the field is fully
equal. If not superior, to the entire
Japanese force that could be brought
to bear against it. Thousands of
mea have been rushed to the support
ef General Lnevitch o'uring the past
tr months and the total Russian
are is now estimated at between
40,ao and 500,000 men.
The Japanese army in Manchuria,
at the time negotiations for the peace
eetrence were first taken up, was
emtea- aely haMt m lika. ma
ad at Cat time, althooh there


vox fv~dEW. II


*1v. S *aiy. FEEDING CORN TO
MOM -fl-V ----
Editor Pensacola Journal:
- Thanking you for the courtesy
shown in publishing my last letter I
In COMPANY will make good my promises and
write again.
,. .. -. As corn is king In this section its
SAm n aa man&=&. possibilities as a beef producer de-
serve special mention. The stock-
W ATBt pS li raiser who makes aepecalty of fine
SOC T Fa h blooded stock is careful that his d.e
Spenoents never suffer the pangs of
0g" AIAt- hunger from the time the first draught
was drawn from the mother until
g gww* -- * a shipped to the shambles.
BIi o g**.** g It is no uncommon sight to see cat-
tie in pastures and stalls bere at the
"-" MUM w o age of 12 months that weigh from
t aB as 1ta. 800 to 1,200 pounds. Bulls take on
flesh more rapidly than steers. This
system of careful feeding shows like
APR PROM WHIOC A DltAML results in pork making, as it requires
ENT CAN S SCgURIE but six months to secure to an aver-
age weight of 260 pounds in a lot of
__ 0 hogs.
Mt Oo@rVa-met IThe time for preparing cattle and
OMN No. L hogs for market has been shortened
-. -- one-half in the ast; twenty years. Nor
SDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23 1905. are the possibilities of corn in the line
of usefulness confined to meat produc-
ition. On looking over a "Manufac-
are no official advices to that effect, turers Journal" yesterday the head-
It is more than probable that the lines to an article read "The Possibil-
Mikado's forces have been reinforced cities of Corn," got my serious atten-
ntil the Japanese army outnumbers ton. Direct products and bi-products
until the Japanese army otnunmbers made up a list of 68 different articles
that of Russia. having corn for a basis. Later it may
Over a million men, therefore, are b interesting to give the entire list
'ready to meet in a mighty struggle as to your reaalers as a bit Instructive to
soon as the word Is given and that the many of them. When this diversity
So: utilization of the corn crop is con-
tocsin will soon be sounded no one, sidered It is no matter of surprise that
who has followed the proceedings at the price rules so high.
Portsmouth carefully, can for a mo- I have often wondered why grapes
ment doubt. and apples were so dear in Pensacola
and dealers had to go so far for these
Russel Sage took a holiday on the supplies, but the journey through Ala-
the occasion of his eighty-ninth birth- traveling almost the whole length of
day anniversary. The old gentleman the state to Blount Springs not a vine-
will now proceed to work overtime for! >ard or orchard was seen. At the
a few months to recoup himself for Springs fine apples and grapes were
the loss. on sale by boys around the cars. It
has been the boast of many residents
Sof that state that there was no better
Pacific CoaSt View of soil for fruit production than middle
,,, and northern Alabama possessed, and
Cinese Immigration, yet millions of acres unplanted of
Now that the Chinese immigration these fruits. The valleys, tableslands
N that the Chinese immigr and mountain sides present possbili-
question is again a live issue, the ties of an unlimited supply of many
treaty with China being about to ex- kinds of fruit now found very scarce
pire, a Pacific coast view of the ques- in the southern markets.
in.t in, n*t.11..1 i.. l..... -- A -- A. D. INCIGA'M.


ion is par cuariyl lULterestiUng. A re
cent issue of the San Diegan-Sun,
published at San Diego, Cal., contain-
ed the following with reference to the
question:
The fact that delegates to the Trans-
Mississippi congress, and particularly
that delegates from Pacific coast
states to the congress, should find
room to debate the question of the im-
migration of Chinese coolies, will
cause some considerable surprise to
the majority of people of the Pacific
coast. It has been generally supposed
that that issue was settled so far as
this coast was concerned.
California some years ago had plen-
ty of experience with unrestricted
immigration of Chinese. It was seen
that the tendency of that unrestricted
immigration was to reduce the stand-
ard of Aemrican citizens. The first
effects of this immigration were felt
by workingmen, and naturally they
were the first to resent it. The result
was mob violence, disorder and crime,
and a general turmoil which in the
nature of things could not be toler-
ate'. Then came the agitation for
and the adoption of the exclusion
treaty, and since then a reasonable
degree of peace between the Cauca-
sian and the Celestial. Thus it was
supposed the situation was adjusted
for all time.
But it is now clear that something
has been doing all the time. The
Chinese have been restive under the
exclusion treaty, the Americans have
been more and more strenuously seek-
ing a market in China for American
goods, and labor organizations have
been more and more successful in
raising the wages of laborers. These
combination causes have been getting
closer and closer together the past
years, until now we have the whole
subject up for debate and for read-
justment again. China's boycott of
American goods has doubtless precip-
Iatea' the issue.
And since the subject is open for
discussion and action again, it be-
hooves those most interested, the
workingmen, to take an early interest
In the proceedings. It will not be
very long before a new Chinese treaty
will have to be negotiated on account
of the expiration of the old treaty, and
those interested should make them-
selves heard before that time arrives.
It is not to be expected that a new
treaty will be made embracing all the
terms of the present treaty, and per-
haps it will not be right that such
severe restrictions be re-enacted, and
if a vote is taken on that proposition
in this state there is not much doubt
about what the result will be.
Secretary Taft and his party rode
from Malabang to Lake Llano in Min-
danso on horses. When Secretary Taft
rides horseback it is hard on the horse
-Age-Hemald.
Strange that some of the Grand
Follywogs of Heathendom were not
thoughtful enough to provide a small
elephant or a water buffalo for H. R.
K. the Secretary.
Arsenization is said to be a sure
preventative of Yellow Fever. No
doubt of it, if you take enough, but it
yet remains for someone to demon-
strate which method of shuffling off
this mortal coil is the easiest.
For once in his life Chauncey M.
Depew has developed a great faculty
for remiaing silent.
Wonoer who told Ueut. Peary this
was to be an exceptionally hot sum-
mer?
The dove of peace seems to be hav-
Ing a a time to ad a aroaueg
Plae.


Williamsport, Ohio.

4 **;a**44i#### 9 *I

. NEWS AND VIEWS
* FROM STATE PAPERS.


Neither Conduce to Happinesa.
"Riches do not make one happy,"
says Mr. Carnegie. Neither does be-
ing broke, Mr. Carnegie, if you care
to know.-Bronson Times-Democrat.

Too Lazy to Work.
It Is the female mosquito that caus-
es the trouble. Of course. What else
could one expect-Miami Metropolis.
It is just possible that Mr. Mosqui-
to is too lazy to do the work.-Starke
Telegraph.
A Jacksonville Siren.
There is a certain steamboat in the
harbor of Jacksonville that has a
siren. It is called a siren because the
noise leaps into the sky, loops the
loop a time or two and dies off into
the diabolical wail of a witch when
despoiled of her prey. A mule on a
Clyde dock heard the siren the other
day, pricked up his ears, looked glad
and answered with a long, exhaustive
an eloquent bray.--Jacksonville
T;mes-Union.
* *
Mosquitoes in Plenty.
If mosquitoes are really responsible
for the transmission of yellow fever,
we ought to have all that's coming to
us iK it ever breaks out in Florida, for
the "oldest inhabitant" never saw
them half so bad here before.-Jack-
sonville Floridian.

Chasing the Devil.
The "Holy Rollers," header by
"Ancel Benjamin" and "Beautiful
Mary" are descending on New York
City to "chase out the devil." They
are of a religious sect from Michigan.
The Devil has been chased out of New
York so often that it makes him laugh.
He is like an old buck-as soon as
the hounds quit he slips back to his
regular stamping ground.--Montlcello
News.
* *
One Thing That It Is.
One of our exchanges recently had

a long article on the subject: "What
Our Navy Is." It could have saved
much space, and at the same time hit
nearer the truth by simply saying It
is a great expense to this country.-
Quincy Times.

Mr. Burr at Deadwood.
Hon. R. Iudson Iturr, a member of
the State Railroad Commission has
gone to Deadwood, 8. D.. where he
will attend the meeting of the Ntlon-
al Association nf Railroad (C mm..!-
sion.' Mr. Burr is chairman of a spe-
cial committee of the national associa-
tion to recommend legislation enlarge
Ing the powers of the Interstate Com-
merce Commlssion.-St. Augustine
Record.

Some Poker Lore.
Two handed poker Is a very poor
game. It is too personal. And this
peace conference is very much like
two-handed poker. Haeh player is
bluffing, and each is afraid to call. If
three or more were "sitting in," it
would' not be half so hard for one or
more to "drop out."--Montlcello News

Convenient For Angler.
A convenience that will be appreci-
ated is the fsh market Just opened in
the center of the city. Anglers who
are not succetfl la hooking the &nay
tribe can now atmr hbe wi nt
disappotatng their rmmm ...Ia
Atec"l


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sailors.
COPIES Is the character of our soldiers and
sailor.; changing also? Take the roll
call of any military or naV.organiza- I
Savers tl ton in the regular service an:; the
frames stamp many of the men of for-
Seign blood if not birth. It does not
JP1 Tfollow that they are the less Ameri-
can for that, but It does mean some-
DAILY thing when mutin is feared, and the
rule of a despot gives lFw:on: to our
The following fgures show The Pen- government. Our ccr tractors are
sacola Journal's circnuation for each more dangerous to our snhiilrs than I
day during th3 month of July, 1905, any enemy we ever had; are the men
with the average number of copies growing dangerous to tie country?


daily:
July 1 4.250 July 16 4,600
July 2 4,500 July 17....
July 3 .... July 18 4,200
uJly 4 4250 July 19 4,000
Ouly 5 4,250 July 20 4,425
July 6 4,250 July 21 4,200
July 7 4,250 July 22 4,300i
July 8 4250 July 23 4,450
July 9 4,500 July 24 ....
July 10 July 25 4,300
July 1 .2July 2 4,300i
July 12 4,250 July 27 4,300.
July 13 4,250 July 28 44309
July 14 4,250 July 29 4,350
July 15 4250 July 30 4,600'
Total for the month ......112,875
Average per day ...........4,341
I hereby certify that tha above state.
ment is correct according to the rec-
ords oU fle in this oMfie.
FRED A. SWEET,
Circulation Mgr.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
thi gis t day of July, 1905.
J. P. STgQKBa
Notary PuhbO.


TO SUBSCRIBERS
C!ty subscriptions shonul be paid
only to the following authorized col-
lecto>s:
Wal ace B. CasweIl. -
Dudley R. Earrow. '
George A. F;eming.
Carlton Cushman.
Do Not Pay Carries.
The only authorized travelling rep- I
resentatives of The Pensacola Journal
are: t
Al Hogeboom and Robert E. WUil
liams. / I
The circulation department will rec-
ognise no receipts signed by any!
others, unless, of course, Issued from
the office. Ir
When changing residence snbscrih-i
era must give old as well as new ad- I
dresses, otherwise considerable delay t
results before the change can be h
made.
FPD) A. SWWT |
gye. Cire~gPt)o-
OnASLUS ST W&AT. AwSt. Mgr. '


D Fb t THIS PAPER


An COe AN DOYLtS

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S PUBLICITY AN ROD S C U
r ,SUPPROON. 4 0 SECURE]I

(Tampa Tribune%) 4'


It is curious what different ideas Late st a
people will have about a newspaper
telling or not telling lthe truth. Just'
let one make an untrue statement; i
aboot a citizen, whether he or she i: I
prominent or not, and see what a bob- n e RcturW
bery will be kicked up about it. It!
matters not that the paper itself was rro g 0
Imposed on, and printed the article in
good faith; that will not appease or
mollify the offended eitfles. But just L C O YR
let a newspaper publish the exact,
plain and unvarnished truth about W
everything that comes within its know.-
ledge. Let it print all that it c n
learn about the people, men and wo-
men, of its town and community a'alI
the other bobbery would be as a gen-.
tie zephyr to a whirlwind compared
to the latter one.
And yet in this latter case the !di-:
tor has been strictly fair, truthful an:l
impartial. He has shown no malice,
has not exaggerated, and has not print
ed a word that is not strictly true, but
he would almost be mobbed, if not
quite, if he printed all things that come
to his knowledge, and just as they;
come. The truth is that most people:
do not know how much they owe to
newspaper fo-bearance as well as to;
newspaper energy and effort. That:
they are sometimes imposed on is
true, and that they sometimes do harm
in consequence of the deception prac-!
ticed on them, or the misinformation
furnished them, even when the editor
is careful and conscientious as man
can be is also true, for humanity is
not perfect and human intelligence
not Infallible.
And yet, if those who condemn the
paper for sometimes making mistakes,
or for being imposed on, would but re-
flect a little they would see that there
is a large balance on the other side ot!
the ledger. They would see that fam-
ilies might be estranged, homes brok-,
en up. and friends and neighbors set
by the ears, if the papers should tell
the acts and sayings, with names and
dates, of all the people in any common.
ity. If it were possible for every per.,
son to hear everything that every iS
other person says, we may form some
idea of the trouble that would ensue.
If it were possible for each one of us
to know that all others are thinking,'
there would soon be a cataclysm in
this world of ours.
The result in either case is just
what would take place, on a similar
scale, if a prominent paper, with a
good corps of reporters and corres
pondents, should set to work to get all Copy rt by colliers Weekly.
the information it could about the
people of both sexes and fetch it out i SHFRJAOOC HOLMES
in cold print. None but the newspa- 0
per people themselves know how much i
they hear and how much they fail toi
print. Names and facts which would'
make interesting reading are suppre ~- W, :3 -,f'44" 'ME
'ed because of the trouble that publici- '
ty wouldcause. Many an incident the ; HIDE AWAY THE ARMSI -
prudent public would gladly read of ----
never gets into type. Many a slip -? Jacksonville Times-Union. -:
made by man or woman comes to the '
ears of the newspaper man, but gets a, -.;-. -,,^--s-:-e,-)3-
no further. The Constitution guaranteed to
People may complain that the news- every American citizen the right to
papers sometimes make mistakes, and bear arms, but the spirit of our legi]-
others that they fail to print all the lation for a generation tends to sib-
news, but many have cause to be ject the right to supervision, to cur-
thankful for what is not printed. tallment or denial. When Civil War
The Tribune has frequently experl- broke out the South probably earned
enced this sort of thing. Let it print its first victories because of the famil-
the plain, unvarnished facts about iarity of her people with arms and
any occurrence and. while its action horses. They had handled both since
will be appreciated and approved by babyhood. At New Orleans a great
many people, a few of the interested battle went against the invaders be-
persons are sure to become offended cause the citizen knew enough to
In two recent notorious trials in this stand and shoot straight. In 1898
county, the Tribune took particular many enlisted men were not only un-
pains to publish only the plain bare familiar with army rifles, but with all
facts without bias or prejudice on eith- weapons of offense. Is it because the
er side. Hundreds of Tribune read- character of the citizen changes and
ers have written or spoken to the T. too many of us are unfit to be trusted
bune their approval of its course n with guns? The familiarity of the
these caes-but, at the same time, a citizen may save half the time needed
half dozen or more people who lad to turn him into a soldier. The unfa-
hitherto been friendly to the Tribune millar is always the terrible.
became incensed because the Tribune It is baQ' enough if the citizenship of
did print the truth and the whole this country be unfit to keep arms at
trut whole home, but what must we think of this
Every fact a newspaper prints is note from the New York Sun:
sure to make somebody mad. Every Visitors who went aboard the bat-
fact a newspaper suppresses makes tieships in the harbor recently noted
somebody mad. These are the nature he unaccustomensnce of all smalwhere
a! penalties of publishing a newspaper. arms in the seamn's quarters, where
usually there are racks full of guns
and swords. A sailor from the Ken-
The Jouw l Prnted Ou tucky explained this condition by say.-
eO @ P ing that, although there was no dan-'
In- fI 9 s ger of a mutiny on any United ,States
ng July, 1905, a warship, the officers always had to
Total of rmsider ihe possibility of such a con-
dition and prepare for it. The suc-
ce- s.iil rorrtiny of the Russian sailors
on the Kniaz Potemkine had been an
c~ e-opener to naval officers, the sailor
been removed from reach of the


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When the outlook was the blackest Embracing the following subjc-':
and this indomitable captain of men, I. Language and Literature--A .
Marcus Daly, had exhausted his re- year course leading to the deg:, '-
sources and his credit a fortunate ae- Pachelor of Arts, Greek is no :
client placed in his hands a small but qui:-ed, btt is offered as an e".- .
sufficient sum of money to transform throughout the course.
inevitable defeat into certain victory. II. General Scienhem-Dvidl
Lloyd Tevis, the California lawyer, and Mathematical course; Natur. al Hi-
his mining partner, J. B. Haggin, who course. No Greek and only n*rv: -
had been visiting their properties at Latin is required in these cour-c,. ..
Homestake, stopped at Butte on their four-year courses.
way home to California to take a look i II. Agriculture-Four-year and
at the new camp. Marcus Daly knew year courses.
Musrs. Haggia and Tevis well, for he I IV. Engineer:ng-Four-y.-ar
had worked for them In the old Califor- In Mechanical. Civil and El i
nia days. He visited them at their Engineering, also a two-y car '3,
hotel, not the gorgeous palace of gran. i-n Mechanics. No Latin or Gre, K
ite, marble, pgecios onyx and mahog- requiredd in III. or IV. Thi fill c...
any which adorns Butte today, but a under II., III. and IV. leal ", 7
humbler wooden structure more in gree of Bachelo- of Scienre: :h. ; -
with the squalid surroudi courses to a Certificate of Profl.i, '.
keeping with the squalid surrounding V. Pharmacy-A full two-yer
of the new camp. In Ilaggin's bed- to be begun in September 1 :")
room, the only place available for a VI. Normal-Three .".rs .-
private conversation, Daly made a ,cachers: A one-year c, ',r- .:a.lir. ',
clean breast of it to his friends ard a certificate, A.three-. .. c ,'ir: ,
appealed to them for aid, explaining ing to an L. I Diplo:ma: A fiv-v
his theory fully and citing many ad- course leading to the degree of '
ditional facts which had developed dur- lor of P-dagogy.
ing his mining operations in Anaconda An ampl. corps of compj' -" *'
that went to strengthen it. ers. A high cr.rriculum--E.;'.
It was thoroughly characteristic of' including board. $120 to $1-' r
the man that be did not attempt to Fall term opens Septenimbr 7.'
haggle over the terms of the loan, but Send for C Stalogue.
ANDREW SLEDD, P. -'.,:t
stated merely the facts and closed his Lake City, Florida
negotiations with the words: "Now,.
gentlemen, that is a correct statement - ----- --
of the situation of my affairs and the
condition of my mine. I must have THE PENSACOLA
$20,000, and I must have it at once to
meet next Saturday's payroll and cur- :p ACS ICA I CS U nL
rent bills and to provide for the ex- CLA IAL S O L
penses of operation for another six
months or so. If I do not get it I am
fat broke and will have to close up. I 'OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO
have told you what I have got andITW K.
what I think and what I think I am T WORK.
going to get when that shaft is down
another 100 feet or so. Make your own Prof. Walter Miller pro-
terms, but let me have the money." Greek f. Tulane Uni-.trsiy.r
bhey gave him the 20,000. and, of visiting the classical Fc-; '
course, being astute business men, a he following unsollcitel opinion
contract was drawn up and signed then friend and colleague:
and there transferring to them the con. "The Pensacola Classica! Sclo:. I
trolling interest in the property. But doing a splendid work for th.- ,a'* '
up to the date of his death Lloyd Tevis southern education. It is ,,ra'i:--;
always declared tbht,.though he believ- upon broad principles, it cher::t .- 1
ed thoroughly arcus Daly nte highest ideals of scholar.-hip: it ma.-
id theory o e In Marcus Daly'. inteog -tains a high standard of exce::e'.
rity, both he and Mr. Baggli thought and by the best modern m1etho:l' I
that be was chasing a chimer, that the equipment It secures thoroughn.--
theory upon the elaboeatio of which training comparable with that affo
Marcus Daly had spent so many sleep- by the great fitting schools 1
ess nights ftpd all hir substance was east. To my mind the Per.i
tallacious aad that no sold-copper de Classical School is on., of th. "!
poslt would ever be discoered in the best secondary school of the ,, '"
bowels of B tte contain. In ne, Dr. Venable, president of :hi :
lgalr aad TiDs let Daly have $20, versity of North Carolina, wrt'e-
because ther lked hia. T hey gives me pleasure to testify :
y never dreamed hi A Ty e i .horoughness of the pr-peari'.r.
y nevSr dreamed that Anaconda the students who hav' cor:- me
would pr a more veritable bo onr your school to the university, .
han the OMMstocllode. As for Daly, should be glad to have more : o :
be had never doubted his ultimate sue- same type."
ess, and whme tree moths after that Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of L.:'3
meet in n e hotI o bedroom te mai and History in the Alabama 1PoY
haft ofAnaiana petrated, as hhad ric Institute, writes- "I consird*'
always beUbevd ft roeld, the ri Pensacola Classical Scheol one '
ad 'm*ti inswTr ea Sg W de.i best fitting schools in this sec-
n the knowa'wortd he aOtreed the the south. I can eonfihintly en-k -:
Inlltne k wbgpart ers te Caliyterl-s the thoroughness of; i wor'% an -
Sellilmee I* partars CalifO healthy. manly avnosph re that 2
t*W es tetY eLP : rades the stitution.
"We haba= 3, L mt 0 ad or farther Information or
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3", 1905.


r.OTORVEHICLES QUii TiN[ ON1 .

A LIquid Food ON DRUG
S -' A r Food. MUST ALL BE AGAINST DRUG
The rw Malt-Tonic rich in tissue-forming, MT A N LEDR
pr oper REGISTERED COLON
StRsc The peop of Escambia-County,
C State Law,Passednat lastSessionl WiIb Be Disinfected and looa
e*/h Provides that Owners Shall Held Five Days-State Qua. ades thspart the cu-
Hold Certificate of rantine at Various try. Hence, everything i drug
TRAD MARK. Registration. Points. store goods comes to us first,
It is made up of 14.60 per cent of nutritious Malt The Live Oak Crescent publishes The Jacksonville Times-Union of thir d ru p p om here first for
extract and iS a perfect digestant-non-intOxi- the toUowing relative to a matter not yesterday contained the following:
Sating--delicious tasting The ideal tofni f nerally known: Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, State Health have learned that that Mats
cating-deicious tas ting. T he ideal t Onic for Few of the many persons owning or Cf0icer, yesterday received the follow- m a t a t
onvalescents. operating automobiles n Florida are ing important insignificant telegram d trouble and s most
aware that they are daily violating thb; "1em Surgeon-General Wyman, of the aifac
Sold by all drggists and grocers. state law regulating the running of United States Public Health and Ma-
and g c ~automobiles or motor vehicles on theO rinie Hospital Service:
-Prepared by public roads or highways of this 'Washington, D. C., Aug. 21.-Dr. J.
A state. Y. Porter, State Health Officer. Jack- S I YOu resc ptin
rewl A a I he state legislature of 1905 passed scnville: Pay special attention to E HAVE PILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND
3L s. U V. SA, an act which requires all motor veht vessels from Colon, Panama. The VE
cles to be registered with the secre- conditions there prevent making ves WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS.
tary of state and the oitners thereof sels absolutely safe. On arrival.
to hold a certificate of registration, should be disinfected and bel' five W .A. D'ALEM BERTE
The penalty for failure to register is a full days thereafter. This in addition.
Fine not exceeding $100. to the disinfection required at Color. Phone 19. Drugist and Apothecary. 121 Pa
Fthat the sTRIP t er te road the bigger bt CO O Tuch registration also contains number. All Officials Notified.
EAX LENOIVL TIP the name. It seems funny, but "O-O ll IIVEC ous other penalties for violations of Upon receipt of the message Dr.
whenever v get a big stem, the each and every provision. Section 1 Porter immediately had it duplicated(
OF OXfi CARS thing it do is to lop off the R ILRO DIN of the act reads as follows: to all of the officials in charge of the
Stra words and ft dow to a working A II Registration Required. maritime quarantine stations in Flor-
ass_____ Ol name that will stick in "All persons owning or operating Ida, as follows: To Drs. White, at
the public mind. It's part of other vehicles propelled by any power other Pensacola; Blount, at Carrabelle;
the fact that a shon, brief name, at- tive railroading has in times past been! vehicles as run upon rails or traces, iPunta Gorda; Light, at Key West.
ON THE c BJECT BY A TAM- tracts popular attention and sticks i frequently tried, and usually with fail. shall file with the secretary of state ofi Jackson, at Miami; Horsey, at Fer-
the public mind, and they try to get re, but a project orida the name of the own wh nandina; Macauley, at Mayport, and
PA RAILROAD MAN. something just along this very line. re, but projectarte in th Ara brief description of the moto v Grffn, at Port Inglis. The notice wa joyous sounds.
"'Now you take a small road, run- kansas valley of this state this weekI cle, including the horsepower and also sent direct from Washington to stiu tho gh if
ning from one little pin-point on :he bids fair to be more successful than make of such motor vehicle, on a blank the officer in charge of the Mullet Key "to thgh W f yot
I wonn-r how many people even map to another, and you will general- the average. form, to be furnished by the secretary station, at the entrance to Tampa l too high. Wry not
, -air radt men. who are brought ly find that it at least bears the name Ranchmen of that vicinity who find of state, for identification. The filing Bay-
.. : a.: wIh 'hem. realize; of the places where it arts and term- r registration fee shall be $2. It will be seen from this that tSur- Qt Payi
n an.. whih inaes. If it has aspirations to be- themselves absolutely cut off from Thesecretary of tate shall geon-General Wyman is keeping Dr. Q t P
r... .ofh: couitr avP..tay come yet bigger, it generally ha. transportation facilities, except at the hereupon enter on a record in book Porter fully informed' of any danger
.;.., Ti::.s It di.s n," :ak,' some Indefinite termination, in order end of a long wagon haul, have incor- kept by him for that purpose, the name that may exist at any point with which and buy a h'm, r0? us?
.. y marked d:scernnimnt ainy :o show the public that though small, porated the Holly, Big Bend & Hol-i of the owner, the number and kind the Marine Hospital Service is i. rent you now iy to
0 : of the C: rs n ?ht varIs "Now. when the box car of such a ny. nasmuc 0 the owner or operatoruthece wust be more yellow fever at Colon for a home. We will ma
., ril A:ir n r an A'lan i :osd gets into the yards, it takes a a' practically all of the capital is fur- ; a certiate ownerof registration thee-than has been reported. ments easy, and tu wo
".., ra-wavs. which center in Philadelphia lawyer to tell where it nished by the incorporators, the work Horns, Lights and Numbers There has not been a vessel from. t. You'll soon own a h
h' -h h, cars in them come homes from. The very large num- of construction will be begun without "Sec. 3. Every such registered mo- Colon to arrive at this port for ma an outlay a trfle above
I .ous of th.s great United eroft helet 0 its o ita delay. The new road will start at tor vehicle shall, while In use on pub- onthsand there iS little pspeb : t chean
Sar cars met there occasion. iame on the car, and in consequence Holly and will run in a westerly direc- the owner with suitable bell ho from that port to Jacksonville arrive::
S" ,bai. ic le:e'-s on them the initials form a net-work of mys- ton through the Big Bend Country wh tobe ignl ey at St. Johns bar, she wouldbeprompt-
Sihat road : which -he~:rY that it tis sometimes almost an into Kiowa, Bent and Otero counties. hall likewise be provided with two l taken in charge by Dr. Georg
: ~n:i from which they have impossibility to solve." It will be almost 100 miles in length amps, which shall be lighted betweda Ma e sita sren cDAVID- YR COM PA
1, ,Mariney e ". nevie-I cahef Macsian osurgeo
Seen th railroad m Under theInspiration of a good and will connect with the Missouri sunset and sunrise when in use on pub-te Mayport quarantine station, a ndo
,avt To f'P- and think -.a, the brakeman waxed yet more Pacific at Sugar City. When built i tc highways of the state. .'Every such disinfected and held for five full days.
for y can plac. -garruar lous along this particular .line. not only give the ranchmen a niotor vehicle shall also have display- Executive Clerk Arrives. PALAFOX TREET. PHONE 70
z a .. .'Mai wa s heard Iouf be amazed to now the a-, route over th Missouri acic to ed onthe back of such vehicle r. Mrvin u ne of Tam PENSACOLA FL.A.
S-: lon ag. "it looked as cars that come m here and Denver but will also afford anoutlet such manner as to be plainly visible, who has been appoitedclerk to th ,
a-'" lad been spilled on "n unusual class of freights that they for Colorado crops into Western numbers to be in Arabic numrals of State Health Officer, arrived in the
nowm no one can ndle. Thk of a car coming to Kansas not less than three inches I an city yeste rday, and at onceentered --
S cones from. It eems :. far southerly point from away at two inches wide, and the o error cty yesterday, and at e entered
o.. .. es thatr'om"c.ofwobee nieehea wide, and the own upon the duties of the office. t',r. who 13114 ? entire manage
F-:, .. ... ..that some of the ein the western wheat belt. The-e Cherries In Car Loads. person operating such vehicle shall 4t Mr.nrrnceIsaCusinOtthe latet 0h
S- "" ")u down the name of his car may have been used for sevf C-e e. In a. rs when using the hame carrl Mr. Durrance is a cousin of the latei ment of the taa of the office work
S. li in i (al months In moving the great CaLon City, Colo., Aug. 22.-A new w;th them the certificate of regisr- R L. Durrnce, who, in his position upon his hands since his arrival her"
... ..e in theI at cropthat fe d the en r in fruit growing in thl3 district e cert o as secretary to Dr. Porter, the a Tampa, a wk ago. The Sat
world. Then comes the slack se, has been inaugurated by the shipment ion permit issued by he secretary Health Officer, was executive clerk of health Officer is, by virtue of his of-
......., on, the cars are turned into diffe. 0: cherries in car load' lots. This sea- "e f alhan the State Beard of Health. He is con:;- flee.secretary of the IState Board f
Sj -t channels and the first thing you son both Kansas City and Eastern "e. 4. In case of sale or exe change dered thoroughly competent, Sn i Health. The clerk to the secretary of
know, it turns up in Tampa with a markets were supplied with the local of registered motor vehicles, the per- will be o great assistance to Dr. Por- the board is designated executive
Whft ruir tAppept po o, whwiooa,, in large quantities and the re- son becoming owner thereof shall clerl:. and ot secretary of the Stae
SU have known cars t hat. turns were so great that next year it have such transfer entered on the rec- Board nof health, as some papers hae
Whet Your Appetiteh-I e wn cars that, m. probably t .rd o person fatln anp Board of Hn. Mar soeraner thaet
certain knowledge have been travel- probable the entire crop will be rds of the secretary of tate, and DESTROY THE CAUSE. been in the habit of referring to the
ard then come to ing back and forth on foreign roais shipped out of the state in this way. shall pay a fee of $ threfor.-- position. Mr. J. Marvin Durrance, thC, t0 which hWman fe
for months, even years, without once ly with sections 1, 2, and 4 of t You Canno Cur Dandrff Without ewclerk to the State Health O er
the Old Reliable getting back on their own stretch .,tI act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor Destroying the Cause of It. N ill become executive clerk, and will is heir;
rails. We try to shunt 'em to te Pand upon conviction be ned not ex- Many people wash their scalps Sat- be in charge of all the details of his
Ni k places where they belong whenever tc h IIIeed ingan n n1t~. n ~taurday night or Sunday to try to keep effre in the city in the absence of Dr.
possible but it's a mighty hard matter I U M Seed Regulations. the dandruff down for the week, but Porter. |
ic S to guidt a freight car over a thousand Sections 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 are in re- on Monday night the scalp has begun, The Cuban Quarantine.
Gr two thousand miles of rails to its aylen and Intndenca grd to operating motor vehicles on to itch, and Tuesday morning will int. Dr. Porter has heard nothing further
S o d. the public roads aid highways of the a good supply of dandruff when the- from Dr. Carlos Finley, chief sanitary. '
etwee the time a car starts W. ate. The speed regulation is as fol- baltraisushed. There is but one rea!ti .ficer of Cuba, n regard to the quar-
Ct~ and the time it gets back. itu a T he: s regul ation is as fo- scienttflc wa of curing dandruff, and antine maintained by Cuba against'
YC CS 3 1 1 .have had a half dosen loads, and MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL such registered vehicle on a pubic that is to kill the germ that causes it. Florida and all Gulf ports. 1
whilekeptgoinginthe generaldirec- TRY AND GAM Ir: SEAON. ghw at a rate os and hair, and finally baldness. When Dr. Porter cabled Dr. Finley
rton for home. may arrive there afaergo than is proper or reasonable, having will destroy the germ, and that is lific grounds Cuban juarartine.
thebestisa delay of some months, th a cargo FREE DELIVERY, due regard to the traffic and ue of w
alwS Obtainabl o tuff hat rd ier ntfr n tha PHIL JONES, MANAGER the highway, or so as to endanger henewbcsoveryand the only air prep aii view rof wee befact that Dr.
Sa is from night PHONE 895. of any person, or the safe- ration that is based on the new scien- teras had stated that their vas abso-
Ta dife t c ightty of anl property. tifls priciple. In addition Herpicide lately no danger to be otlcipatl
"I Of Tne different classes of freight,.-- ,,,, The following restriction is one thit is a very refreshing hair dressing for 1:-m the case that was at '.ampa last
All kinds of Fish, Soft Shell tht a car will carry even on its own should be strictly observed, but at the


She continued, as the light of a locom- 12 Wet Zarragosa Street red to be registered shall not run -- - for maintaining the quarantine.
tirVe howed in the distance out let' the same at a rate of speed exceeding Dr. Porter hopes that Dr. Guiteras
rue tell you. as a last word that if EVERYTHING NEW, COOL, COSY, four miles per hour, and shall at all may be induced to return to Jackson- Would OTve a g
LL the hopes, ambitions and fears of nI, CLEAN AND NICLE times, when on the highways, have vylle and do something towards influ- o pvt p
.uanity. bound up in the freights on ;t said motor vehicle under perfect con. ncln'- the Cuban government to rai.c reief. A A
I anr. were only known to other people. trol." Its senseless quarantine. Dr. Guite-
they would form one of the greatest Law is Now in Force. P ras is a man of great prominence in m F
Stories ever written." COME, MAKE YOURSELF AT The act is now in full force and ef- H Cuba and his a ice is heeded in N R
SFAIRLY TRAPPED. HOM. YOU ARE WELCOME. feet, as it was approved by the Gov nearly all matters by the government.
FAIRLY TRAPPED. ernor on May 11. The provision is as It is more than probable that if he


follows: rakes the matter plain to the Cuban
I teW ( cever Wame Inr WMIh Wasle e "No person shall operate a motor authorities, the quarantine will be
Mt U SS"ewimeted St Piubkefher. d r y i vehicle required to be registered upor iMt Not SFOrF raised.
No man knew the value of Balzac's the public highways after sixty days State Quarantine.
ne- who look at- writings better than the famous French MY SPECIALTY after this act takes effect, unless such The quarantine on all lines of rail- A bottle should
noelst afsy Brand ctw hiehbeoneeer


p ohe porau-lean man. known publishers e reartted casual.aSoSi s.. trict within vrio poeintsw whereth kp i e ry U t
-' ers are perfect and TlI: t ea h i he n registrati. P.Londo Weby the sec relateary ow rD r. Hiram Byrda, is s till as strict
away with 'b servc "Now, I wMt yea emad opinion. i ajor Miles Majouy of Ballyduff-wa. St 800 state Health oflcer. ss. > r-rchann tailor. Extra- Roetly. do you believe that I have as amazed one morning to see from his Breakfast Bacon of the quarantine at oon, Aa
: -xtra-*hin men may muchf lent as Frdric Soulle?' ...of Meat m Makets... bedroom window a litlue lad driving a h junction onite L o alns
S"Aa a t ni.50 to $15.00 "My dear Baeac, hw can you ask? cow back and forwardll have complied n aa n Nashivlle R y e e
prices between. The axwered ble m pe tatm companion. over a ditch and through a fence on hi A t ente fitst t otarntne Dr. Byr
: >-' the new-ar- and the "Why. yotu have twie hI te mry ca- d. Hurrially completing is tolet epg atroof that he ork PecrOd aSa wort
P I perfect. pacity." Those where nothing but poor he rushed out to question the little tre- o t d t th done by the train inspector. A daily
r eape. !f vou have a "Well. as I consider hse wors tn- lean. grass-fed. native meats passer. "What are ye after with that report of train inspection at this sta-
can be tted marabl superior to anthin of are sol and the other places cow? Is It to kill the beast yewantton and all otheenr station where there d po d a
E'eatneo s- I uppo I nst hae where f M you pay double price Kill her! Sr, it's to keep her alive rthe quarantine inspectors s orward-
more talent ta ue o for what you get that s droomt to I want" "eep er alive? *hre, e to the unction on the Lousllate and
beMoewaoukantfVorwa.endata ing her to get her own living fe aa. estab-
"Tice as muc, coding to you. er a dm. There tough a ditfnce or hin I W'ad fllt lishment of the quarantine Dr. Byrl
Pa y he new rd the 'w y. have twl e h itell me bonry c- tad. Hue barony that'll holding h er in atther Numtber .eeng ed o



"Betia bttr." I nMd taught to tretpa In earc seners dots ine cto. A dily e *
"HbTank goaded Wouropinions coin. own Iviar. passenser rejected; sick pBearger O.
A de And nw, ce y oove wh are and gi ere nou then best west poor, rushd out to question th littl re- or right crew p eager
e e ou have worth twiae as much as those of Frpd- meats at ordinary prices. pswer. at a after wit. that report n states; paseng h t arom
e ri Boale and Eugene oe, I demand uars send your next her plundayces cow s m very t to k y people have wat" l ar t northern state. io where there
EuSH CLOTH in comm one u. ste to be paid do ust hae wheroast Phone 113. uble pr oeie ," ll re, t's to keep hrera I Anot or port s ed also a ht la a aloon on
moreat yo pay tm ha r tbher." rn ready to aw e." frwayog SOt' for each train ana iose t r n the late ferar
Phone 297 The was aodtg to be am ,. t sayApaloi? aid the r owpn lvn the following nfo nt s "Bater" co
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See, Heard and Done Amonc rh- Who Go Coe MILLINERY GOODS!
rand Tarry-,Women nand Society, Here and Elsewhere MISS ROSA L. RAINES
'. will return to Pensacola again. She is now in the TO N H T
THE U. S. NAVY. time to call a halt. You are become great Eastern markets selecting everything new and
man sea to sea they wander o'er ing morbid, and in a few months Uof upto-date in the millinery line. We can assure our
f--, vision clear and keen, the pernielour. tendency \you wvill b .
A vaon hara K unfit to associate with rhe strictly thousands of customers that when the season opens I Chamber of Commerce Will Meat
Sbarver set of hardy lads a
e world has never seen. n and morally health.-Tamp here you will find The Big Store ready with the finest at 30 0ik fr that
-Wh Jest and song e y roll along, Times. at 7:30 o'clock for that
7 Jety sandf songm he" rol along, s nd most complete line of ready-to-wear and French
ay opreserveforeermore,r nsn s on the Alan- haped hats ever on display in this city before. Wait Purpose.
Tbe Guardians of our Land. tic sailing for urope, Acting Mayors ains. She will be here soon with every
Elmer Webb left last nightfo esa-! for Miss Raines. She wll be here soon with every-
When storms arise and cross their cola and it is at last "Mayor Dan Wi- ting new and todate in the milliney line. Commerce will
path, gins."-Tampa Times. The Chamber of ame30 'cl
They place their trust on high, el session at 7:3
Ana,' bravely meet with nerves of steel Mrs. James Wentworth and Mrs t for the purpose of completion
e tempest from the sky; Chancelor of St. Louis who have been
me tempest allom the ssai; ldn eite nlmtary organization which that
reif the foe takes earthly shape, spending the summer in Pensacolaith SOmiO har bebn promoting.
'lth stoic hearts they stand, will leave Thursday for home accom- J It i the intention to organize a
Repelling all who dare assail paie by the Misses Sharpe, the t- th in on t a e
T0e doctrines of our Land. tractive daughters of Rev. A.T. $-4 --V- ( 4 47- 7 -el -~ .--Ofllp-ny that will tar e an active In-
Sharpe, rector of Gt. Katharines, who Mff 4 O F X V "terest in military work and that will
O RBaler of the earth look down will remain in St. Louis for an indef- ___ 1 ada'ition come up to the require-
And bless our sailors brave, fnite time. PHmrEe 8. ments of the law governing military
And guide them in the rightful way, # organizations in this state.
A d greater boon we crave. The friends of Mrs. W. J. Acosta, lU N D The members of the Chamber of
Sn war's alarms ceal them to arms will learn with pleasure that she Ws Commerce and all young men and
aunwaed' be their standem now convalescing after a quite severe N E M ETD LA U citizens who are interested in having
haunted be their stand 1nowcnae si atr ie a good military company in Pensacola
t'I crowned they are by Victory- illness. are invited to be present to-nigh
.The Guardians of our Land. W. LAWEWN E ieN 8 W. Rem S t., Pesmla FA- are invited to be present to-night.
--J. O. S. in Army and Navy Register. Irs. John IBagan and little o'augh-
Ster have left Chicago and are in Lou- AiO AL T"FJIC h "' "Itching hemorrhoids were the
VAINTINESS DESTROYED. Isville for a week or so and then will IIU L I 'ague of my life. Was almost wild
A daint stranger wafted intothreturn as far as Birmingham where ATTAHOOC EC Doan's Ointment cured me quickly
ing roo of a ho te in Smith Cn- the will visit Mrs. J. B.Robertsbe- NE PORT and permanently, after doctors hal
tro Kan. the other day. and as the fore returning home. failed." C. F. Cornwell, Valley street
,chlr was held back for him pulled Dr. and Mrs. W J Hannah andSaugerties, N. Y.
mt his handkerchief an,' dusted the children left last night or Union ahcal to The Journand
children left last night for Union I All
t carefully. Pulling up his trout Spins Ala. After spending two By Assocated Pre. ec to The journal. REGULAR BAND CONCERT AND
er, he seated himself, wiped the weeks there with her parents Mrs. "Newport, R. I., Aug. 22.-Although Chattahoochee Aug. 22-Miss Mat- HRDANCE AT NIGHELECTRIC PARK
Ouife, fork and spoon with a napkin na ll go to Inian Springs for increased court facilities the ca ie Sullivanleft last week for he THURSDAY NIGHT. PENSACOLA
Worried a few crumbs off the table 4a wihome ir. Tallahassee, after a pleasant' MUSICAL AND AMUSEMENT COM-
d heaved a sigh of relief. Without a few weeks. paucity of tne Casino was taxes to two week's stay with Dr. and Mrs. PANY.
hesitation the girl who stepped for- rof. H. Clay Armstron retrnethe limit to-day to accommodate tho James Randolph.
f,.erd to take his order deftly wiped yesterday from MenloG a., where hel largest number of players that ever E W. Scarborough and M. Morgan
States mot, wich had beent seera weeks ao to sped his participated in a tennis tournament let Monday for New York and Balti-
draw n into a pucker o of w nssatisactieralIweeksragowtr o sn d Isp ri at n o a here they w ill purchase their
drawn into a pucker of dinessatound action. Mrs. Armstrong is now at ii. the world. The record made a few moreof fall andthey will purchase their
ate indpnary untakis thereonthat Rome, Ga.visiting relative She years ago of not quite a hundred en- will be away about ten days. ATCHIP EY
was plain heard in all parts of the will not return to Pensaco until tries in a tournament n Great Britain Mrs. T. H. Randolph, of Tallahs-
room. Th., dainty stranger when he next month was exceeded this year by the twenty-dingple
everd ordered meekly, ate hurri- sixth national championship which be- see, is spending the week very pleasJournal.
edlan lerf quicklr.-Several Ei- Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla anthis morning, In which 10 player nt at home of her on, Dr Jas Chiple Au. 22.The white pr-
edly andl qiycts above all othersnone Ax-,e from all parts of the country sent inH
an .tracts tand above all others none (x- from all parts of the country sent in Davisof Savannah Ga mary election, held yesterday for the
cepeanl. Ask your grocer for Blue! their names for the single event. of municipal officers re-
TRUE GALLANTRY. Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Takes In addition to the fifty-odd matches aer spending several weeks very nominaon of mu pal offers re
B' aniful Widow--Do you know, less. Flavors perfectly in singles, there was scheduled for paSangly here let recently or De- ledr Mayor-Buell Cook.
I'm fort years old to-day? the day the contest between the cham- Funiak Springs, to visit relatives and For Clerk-Buell C. Hooke.
C.aiiant Bachelor-Madanre, you are STATE SOLICITOR KEHOE pions of the east and west in doubles, Spear left Tuesdafor For Marshal-John Walter.
.' ,wntv. I n.v'er believe more LEAVES FOR ST. ANDREWS F. B. Alexander anan H. H. Hackett vis Ma Spear left Tuesday for an For Alrmen-E. N. Dekle and T
h h of -hat hear-Tranlaed !nd Krelgh Colns and H. H. Weld- i of several moths to Mr.A rmen. N. Dekle and T.
for Talea! from Le Journal." State Solicitor J. Walter Kehoe who ney, respectively, the winners to meet M. P L. Matthews T were three candidates for the
has been in the city for a number 1of the present national champions, Hol- Mrs. E. W. Scarborough and Mrs. office city marshal, John Walter, F.the
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pebley are hav- days prosecuting W. F. Williams at, comb Ward and & C. Wright, on the Morgan left last wek for a few week's M. Farrier and Ira Teeter. Farrier
n. an addition built o their attractive the special term of the district court, same court to-morrow, stay n the mountains of North Georved 27 votes and Walter 61.
t-siaenace on East Hill. left last night for St. Andrews, where The draw for the single event gia. total vote cast was 95.
he will spend several weeks. brought together no two of the very A baseball game to-day between
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hannah and The state solicitor made the trip on notable players, so that the contest in MINERAL WATER FROM Chipley and Marianna resulted in the
Waby have returned from Kentucky the steamer Tarpon, which left last the doubles had no counter attraction. SANTA ROSA COUNTY SPRINGS score: Chipley, 7; Marianna, 0.
where they spent a month with Mrs. night on her regular voyage. At S.i The spacious grounds of the Casino J. There will be another game to-mor-
Hannah's mother in Harrodsburg. Andrews he will join his family. The ere thronged at an early hour with The journal has received from J.! row.
latter left Marianna several days since: the players and their friends, ani by W. Keys, if Milligan, a botle of nisi
Mr W. N. Roberts left Monday to for St. Andrews. 10 o'clock the great enclosure h Calion Sprigs Aluminous Water. Three sects that threatenbaby's
it his sister Mrs. Charles Price in Its numerous white lined courts pre- which is put up near that place Tnr life. Chtolra infantuni dvslntery, di-
Ealisury, S. C WILL INTEREST MANY. sented an animated appearance. which comes irom a natural spring rho Dr. owler's Extract of Wild
Every person should know that good i owned by Mr. Keys there. It is saiWt Sgrawberry never fails to conquer
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall, Jr., ex- health is Impossible if the kidneys are TtA P RTo possess great min cinial qualities. them.
pect to go soon to White Sulphur deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will Mr Kevy also sends The 3ourni t
Springs. to join their children ana the cure kidney and bladder disease in several pieces of \ ld found at Te Slopaing Plo
Misses Carey.-Mobile Herald. every form, and will build up and Repth of C25 or ::0 feet below the surface The arrhiets of a new building t
t strengthen those organs so they witi ARRIV A C U of th> eirth which, when burned form- arlte a new building e
Whenever you find hat you :'.liever perform their functions properly. N, ed a disinfectant which drivs flir tl cold n wc extend
bad new. and unwnrlhvy thine-s on danger of Bright's disease or diabetes and mo.qi'oess away and is presuilmed C"r o,01e stret th rgh to anot.*i
their m nr. r'unwor, and have i,, have if Foley's KidMney Cu t, is taken in By Associated Pr. to kill di *.se germs. tud a dift Ivel of te two tnoh
an affidavit arach -, t)o ood news or time. W. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist Cebu, P. I., Aug. 22:--Secreta-y tt re t en o the nouil
leaseant and proiniorive things, it is and Apothecary. T A alf the ills that man is heir to fares. Steps Pr el' er end of the buil.
STaft and party arrived here at 9 co,,, Croim inu'iya-tion.. iu;rdock.;. IIng wore -'ir(,--r: .',mfavorrlv. and so


TW Me an a lover coSver 5- tared shows a delightfully ajhionable,
ment of same description is one of the'air. The top part fits smoothly over
most imperatve, no matter how limit the elders, with manish collar
sad lapel and brod trappings that
Sor how varied the wrdrbe may r toded in with the fllnesE at the
o. When the garmet t likewise waetlaen ti st aad in the back ex-
waterproof a dtbUlat ads atag a teni dosw t iatO te poeUilUou tabs
gained. The new Iromtte cloth The skirt portl Is pleated to the
possesses this der qualty with- top. the ftrots iatetied with a prin-
eat in any way suggest a macka- cess hatreloht a SblMed back In rev-
teek In tact, it ooks exactly as: ere trm, Whle the seeve is a fau
thogh the coat were fashioned forf bshop matters wfi te tal eam pleat.
he dremiest oa wer. The one pi-. ed sang tttekl to M rt the CatL


clock this morning on thb transport loo, Bit rs stren thens and tones
.ogan. The LoAan was met outside thestomach; makes indigestion im-
and escorted into the harbor by scores! pCssiihe.
of launches and bohas. The entire
city is decorated. The programme
of cnierlairineut incliudle a parade,
a race ll"'etlllg and a vi:it to Ma'u!l- G reat
jans monuinent. A banquet and a ball Ie
will conclude a picturesque and inter-


Pipe


Sale


The largest assortment of
Pipes in the city. Big
consignment jlus received
and must he sold at once
to get them onl of the
way.


CHICKEN GUMBO AND SPEGHETTI


testing day.
.Tie Laoan will sail for Tacoban at
daybreak tomorrow. The Logan will
take Se(cretary Taft's entire pa-ty and
a cotapntio of malri'les to relieve ths3
guard at Pekin to IlIor'kong. proceed-.
ing from there to Tientsln with tho.so
of th party who will visit Pekin. Gen.
cr;i! Cibin will accompany the pa'r y
t~ Pok'n to a- range the transfer of the'
l c.i,mn guard and the Lcgan will re-.
tur itoL Manila.


Barrle's Juvenlle Coworker.
While J. 31. Imrl'ri. was comlposing SATURDAY NIGHT AT 6:3(
his pily. l'',cr PI'n," lie went to a
hliliren's slipper p -rly. Among the Frosh Bread daily
guest was a little boy whose healthy fresh Roasted Ciofffe.


appetite provoked from his mother the
pleadc:ni threat. "You will be 11 to-
night." "No, mother; not till tomor-
row." wan the elnihu response of the
contented creature of the nlounent. It
caught and pleased the ear of Mr. Bar-
rie. who put it into his play and prom-
iRed to tlhe juvenile joint author a half-
penny royalty upon e\P ry performance
Paid For thq Advice.
Old Hunks (meeting a physician at
the clubi- Doc, what ought a man do
when he has an all-overish feeling, as 'f
he were going to have an attack of the
grip? Crusty M. D.-IIe ought to con-
sult a good physician abofit it. Old
Hunks-Well. that advice ought to be
worth a dollar, anybow. Here It i<.
I'll go and hunt him Bp.-Chicago Tril-
one.
Vain ]Repe.
"Banks, can you remember Jitt how
much I owe you?"
"Thirteen dollars and twenty-five
cents."
"That's the exact map, eh? Thank
you."
"Well-why did you want to know'
"I thought perhaps yo'd forgattea
It; that's al'."-Cleveload leader.'


dnla*t nDfe.
"Mr. M"i4tm say-s he nrvIer spoke a
harsh wor'I to his: wife." *
"Yes." at'yi-r-VMl Miss Cayenne. "bua
I'm not ,ure whether that 6I due to
kindness or caution." WashCngto
Star.
No man was ever e eJ e at l
ply--**CSr MB


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BEST THAT IS.



Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S.Palafox. Phone 999
.


it was de(vidad to lu;ld the first floor
on an iuclin At firstst ihthis slope
was not nticct2 o. b,,t the clerks dis-
cover'l it in the u.ost utrtb:ought of
way. Several )f then were comparing
notes on the al! absorbing question of
socls one day, and one of them re-
marked: "I can't seem to get socks any
more that wear well. Mine have holt
In with one day's use."
"Th:*'s odd." said another salesman
"So do mine, and they never used to."
Others echoed the experiences, and
finally the solution was offered by the
department superintende' t, who said
this was due to the man walking on
an incline so much. "Your socks are
all right." he said. "but they won't
stand the wear incident to traveling
np and down hill all day."-New York
Mall.


SO'CLOCK Jenero..*' Prayer and Pulte...
Joseph Jefferson was suddenly taken
an(d Il once while visiting at the.home of
Sle a friend. The wife of the friend whose
rrs hospitality be had enjoyed became
wings alarmed over his condition and. being
of a religious turn of mind. wished to
r inqtill In the mind of the actor her be-
l, lief in the neceststy for spiritual con-
Stemplation. A call to hia room for the
purpose of applying a poultice gave
her the muich desired opportunity.
HOUSE. "Mr. Jefferson." she said, nervously
shifting the ponltice from one hand to
the other. "for your sake, for the sake
of your friends. your family. I-I


would like to pray for you."
The actor listened attentively, and
his answer came slowly. "Yes, mad-
am." be said. "you may -for my sake.
for your suke, for everybody's sake-
but for hcnvon's sake put on that poul-
tice:"-Boston HIerald.
Banuerm LIke Mohammnedaa.
A swarthy man drew $500 out of the
saving fund, and the cashier said on
his departure:
"If all our deposItors were like that
gentilenmn our concern would soon be
come rich. Unrad All Is an Indian
a native of Calcutta, and his religion
;orb:ds him to take interest on money.
lie has had a savings account with
Sus tor twelve years. His interest al-
together has amounted to $700. But
he has never accepted a cent of It. It
has all flown back Into our coffers
again.
"All Mohbammedans are like Mumrd
AIL They won't take intent on theh
money; bence India. I think, must be
a grand country for the bAnking bustl
fess, and how glad our bankers weulL
be If iMobammedanism were to sper.
4 Uttler--Phlirtelphil Bulleti
* ,


I


A i-ema duty which we owe sodety, owr children and oa
Ihves & that nothain whikh can be done to assist ;ar,' re
t \that time when our wives are to become tnoh0,r
should be let undone Of d a tlhe contest detail "o r
obsenred at such a time, nc single one is of .vre
Simpertlnce than the bodily wdfare of the c'p-r?^nt
Other; she must got experience undue uifcr rg
through any hak of eort o our part.
MOTHER'S .FRIEND
should be therecoun e of alD ral men and women at such time%: it
easily obtainable, and it is a positive crime not 10 procure it. Its rffire
are to relax the muscles and tissues intimately associated in this grea-st
of the Creator's phenomena, and by ime external applications a rrm;.
is obtained which at the appointedtime permits the mother to undergp, her
greatest joy with fortitude, and-bring into the world a child worthy of i:
parents. I .oo, al druggists. Our book "Motherhood sent free.
r~ --orAsUSI A MR 1IWIv AtiffandW 06


IT'S AGAINST OUR POLICY

to arryl o ~w1itoars wh welartebt npr



ODD AND END SALE!

until eeryth g is "gobbled up" In.dreds of
the snaps are gone, but a few in every lot remain.
$3.50 Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles, now..................2.27
$2.50 Ladles' Strap Sandals, all style, now..................S..1.9
$3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now...................$2
2.50 Ladles' Tea or Black Oxfords, all styles, now..............$1.%
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now..............$4.98
$.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,.............................$3.9
$00 Men's Oxford, all styles, now ..........................$3
$350 Men's Oxford*s *t tyles, now .......................... 2.
Mises', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Mut be Sold, so hurry
along and get your share of the plumr.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


102 South Palafx Street.


Feet FMo shern Gt Fols.


Jesse French Piano and Organ Co.,
Pensacola, Florida.
I
We have some Pianos on hand which have been out only
for concerts, commencement exercises, etc. These Pianos are
of the very best make and have always sold at from S450 to
$500. During the month of August we will sellthem at
$275 to $350. Every Piano fully guaranteed.
Will sell on easy payments or a big cut will be made for
cash,


Jesse French Piano and Organ Co.
W. W. WALL, Manager.
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DIAMONDS,
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| Mail Orders


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COMFORT.


WATCHES, JEWELRY,
ECIOUS STONES, BRON2
JNG SILVERWARE,
OPTICAL GOODS,
T GLASSWARE.


Md Fine Stationery,


Reccciv Prompt Attention.


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OBILE, ALA.


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SOUTHERN HOTEL.
Penacola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATb BATH&
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Spell Weekly Rates for Table Bosrd.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Ar gon Hotels, Jacksooville, Florida.




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GREEN TURTLE SOUP!
One Quart Tins, 85e.
SOMETHING FINE MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN FOOD
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PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
ASSORTMD PRUIT AND LIMES IN MARASCHINO.

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Phones 178 and 480 the People.
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s Classified Cash Advertisements

Ne oadVwr ent taken 1 tr t 5" Speela rates by the ,auth.


Pr dbLl ..11 flT hhf f I 7'C'


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"Pull for the Shore, Salor,"
is a popular song alnl Cost towns, but


"Home, Sweet Home"


is Pensacola's favmritc ug.
sing it aod mcan it? Do yu
own home ydet To the ma
his own home


Con yo
owno yw
*.o owns


There is No Rent Day I
Mak a date with us ad k us tal you
bow to a t raet habit


n~crl-7,,ola Investment Co.
-, -- A. oif. A- iSo a t
%. i. i'dm, "O.PL sL SNOW. S. -S. 31 kww,.
I. SlLLYAW1t. .frr sii Gd OLN N oNWMD E EM16
stool Estate, Loano Umw Bw SS-
215 SoUth Pdlefex Street, Pmtn...e., nephda.


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LOANS, RENTS

REAL ESTATE


FOR SALE.
4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00.... $ 660
]1 houses, all new, renting for
$67.50 per month, property well
located and good renters....$4'50
6I-room house on East Belmont
street, a nice home.......... $1400
4 houses on corner "A" and De
Soto, rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
house .....................$2000
FOR RENT.
715 N. Baylen street............$40.00
304 N. Spring street.......... 25.00
IV West Romana street........ 17.50
314 3. Strong street.......... 17.50
'Dwelltng near Stoddard's..... 12.50
315% South Palafox, upstairs,
I suitable for club or offces.
706 8. Palafox street.
1207 E. Government street
SIONEY.
SAt the lowest market rates on im-
proved or vacant city property.

fisher Real Estate Agenc


Phone 87.


206 South Palatox.


FOR RENT
$7.60
For 6 acres of ground enclosed with
woven wire and several divisions, suit-
able for a poultry or truck farm. There
is a 4 room house and fine well of wa-
ter on the place. In the city limits
and close to car line.
$6.00
4 room house and good well of water
near Saunders mill.
$10.00
4 room house, 610 W. Main St.
$10000.00 to loan in small or large
.mounts.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.

L. S. BROWN & Co
200 Thelsen Bld'g
"WE SELL LOTS"

Money to Loan.
$10,000.00 for loan at 8 per cent. in
terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley.
l2aug4t.


FOR $600.0


I can sell a 4 room house on West
Remana street, on lot 40 by170., This
is cheap, and property will go p In
this district in a short time.
OTUIR BAIAINS
4 room house, rents $7.00.. ....$600.
2 houses, renting $10.00.. .. ..$800.
Neat cottage, near Palafox.....$2350.
3 houses, renting monthly
$18.00 .. .. .. ........4100.001
5 room cottage Eaw Hill
(new.............. ..$1500.00
Sroom cottage E.Romana.... 850.00
4 houses renting monthly
$31.60 .. '.... ... ..... 1850.00
10 lots, New City, overlooking
bayou .. .... .. ......170.00
1 block, near Orphans' Home 800.00
FOR RENT
218 B. I1tendecia, 6 rooms ....$14.00
916 E. Stn, 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601 N. 8th Ave., 5 rooms...... 11.00
413 Gulllemard. 5 rooms........ 10.00
LET MB KINW WHAT PROPERTY
YOO HAVE TO S9BL. I CAN
SELL IT.
RENTS COLLECTED.
MONEY LOANED.


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TO LOAN.
We have about Five Tho.isand Dollars to loan in amounts i .,h%
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent Interest.

FOR SALE
$600--One-story dwelling on corner lot on akst Hill, rents at 196 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on West Main street, desirable locality wi1h
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's s:a-
tion.
$6000-Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Palalox
street, renting at $800 a :year if sold at once.
$2250-Large one-story dwelling on North Ha)ne street.
$2400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dweling on North Hill if sold at once.
$750-Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
borhood.
$325--)esirable lot on East 111ll. 69x110 feet, If sold at once.
Other desirable bulliung lots on East Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.
Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with BSothern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once .........................................$4000.00

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


BANK ADVERTISEMENTS.


WANTED | WA T E DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
yuF r Sal amounts from $500.00 up? We have LE
at"" -, y i .cl WANTED.-A vrst d08 oook. Ap- $10,00.00 to ioan at 7 and 8 per cent.
: i''"' at this Ty t L llie Taylor, Old Mil per hundred. Good for wrapping lutrest. Those. C. Watson & Co. aug
IMn, Bay Shore. Zaug3t. lpper and to put under matting. All LNUOa re
, T: r',,r know tht WAIaD.-.. aa to t t sad wjiawPOR .SAL.-Nice new cottage (4. T sm t Lraty ra blood olt r
I na lie im d ~ ~s ltoxMiss rooms and hall) between EPalf, rOesSI
-qu.". Nw Orleans Lllie E. Taylor, Old Mill Ian, Bay and Baylen streets, near Sanders Mill; r ..
... ,lUch, Prop. Shore. 23aug3t.' easy terms. Apply to J. W. West at I M -ONt O.AN" assay a d
W.ANTD.-0Co1oed boy at Journl Saunders MilL 22augl la o 9at p payab O R.
-.. '9 .-l y or -eeoid,-wSS "I
S ust be office. Apply this morning. bo you value your health? It so, ee me. Ws 23 W
. ".. n "'h care Journal. ao o 1 use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" g8bbs bjab y bugban EYE, EARI
re *ANTED.--By of 16 or 17 years and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery I a 1. Di e
Swho can milk, attend to horses and Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 Offoe Hours:
hortand do general wek. Apply 501 West -- MONT WAND a good ruS ae
,- hre. ab Chase street 20aug We have been with you in Pensaco. -e n aeu PATTI
S" chc'.t Adrc5 I ,la since 1874, and still intend to stay Bale Wleos &i .
S ,,a t:Lw I AILTEDt-Woan, white or coloreai,1 uith you and serve you with the beat ai Atto
r. ,o ouse with to stay on prEWmiss. Good home fo r of groceries at lowest mar, MONT LOANUD on all Mk1m of pew Room 406
S, ouse nice party. Apply at 1 N. Viller. i ket prices. New Orleans Grocery son property on short mdce
her ner ITauglw. Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 'erm eUas. J. W. Bullard. opstal
G...r .. lSEN Tare roflts. 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144 TH
GROfW (GINSEFNG. rg Don


L BROOKS
aifox, Fieher Building
op omsom"" -1 --

nal Directory.

G. NUCKNER,
SPECIALIST
NOSE AND THROAT.
I7 Palafox St.
Sto 12 and 3 to 5.

LO CAMPBSLL,
mcyostpLaw.
Thle n Building.

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S_ WANTED--rvant girl at Once for Room in your garden. Roots for sale. Snov LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
S,,. w a general housework. Apply 318 West rite today for literature. Bucking- UNIUMITD& amuu t oC moaiy to lola COLLECTIONS.
S, I t street. 6auglm ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. all e ads at perm l property. PALAPOX AND ROMANA.
.. (cr.-v CoAt' ieentaug3mos., melal rates to bases man o lare PHONE 559.
,aud1 W1ANTED.-Agats in 41fferest oounn' ls. SThe New orek LoaLo oss 04 m
ties Florl to handle AfplIe Safe FOR SALBD--Upright KimbaUl Plano outhb P a J. P. STOMKB
S;urtri'e, with 5.000. ant L.ozk Cos' Fire =4 egla r fors "ale cheap. Apply 130W .JGov.?J T ob
S.:,, t t Safei and Vault Fzt ot every ement St. 4glm*m 'sPwS .. AttodCoun ratLaw
'. business, d.cription. W ae me r ters 402 8. PALAFOX ST. 108 East Government Street.
.arl itt Moreno, Penacoa a., FlorO R SAL-KiU the germs of fever- Geey TO AN ON DIAMONDS general Law Practice.
'a, tA- da S ate Ag:t. nljne. order a barrel of slack lime to-day. Watea Chaas a. sad all klae
Sa e Fla. Any intelligent per oa ay a Phone 367. u 4ugsim at ral at'St w at EOR E DOUVILLEt
iasterest. Barilaus in Inunzdeme
S__od income correspo1diag for news. POR SALE--Beautiful block In New pledilm ATTORNEY.AT-LAW.
S[:1; T,, I, a..'sd-hand satfe paers; no a" S Ctty. TryactNo.312. For cash $600. .t 0 00 to loan, in amounts oRot OOM Thi"* 8 'ld. Phone 74
S A,-safe, care "nn sary. Sed fr particular. Apply toA. M. McMillau, Court Housa.t1 UUU $500.00andupat 7 and8
llaugw Northern. ra r Sy0 dtt, ,tpoaug |per cent. interest. Tho.C. Watson WELSH & SMITH,
SN. Y. Co. Gaug
: AN-,,-F) a. N 17 West -- O T0 TIJ-TON or all slam lm -- D NTI*T&.
.-.. .i 2augGw* fPh mae gOmeam lo11d a4 1 4 terM Fisher Building, 20414 South Palafox
cherub ores Bs auk son senso LOST strke e o
re M :ct.autE Transfer F r "a soUtk. U years a tea d
i, n- mn, and hauling. FOR SALE OR. ~NT.--New 7-room 1 a. Il IM. I PHONE 526.
r cuarart-ed. T B. Thor. house at Goulding; large yard, o LOST.-Between Intendencia street ----
I'liole .,. ljunels. shade trees, mear railroad, Efty feet WALL TINTS by experts; results and union depot, think on depot DR. JNO. N. TILLER,
aht we well and outeoM A good bargain. guaranteed. Fairchild andRice Phone car about 11:40 a. m. yesterday, a
..,,a hat re Apply to potmater, 486 12 ual. y 485 1julym pocket book with one key and some; D gtfL,.
N. roc r. and ,22 aug3w mail change. Finder will please Room 8,Brent Eullding. Phone, 6S
: g.. Pr Orp.ans FOR SALE.-Two pair aetra fine leave it at the New Orleans Grocery,
l.gh. Prop. FOR SALE.-Sand for sale, about 500 young males, soA and in good Co. aug20-
loads. delivered or undelivered. Les- condition. Also one 24horse Stude-, T AT
SA .... .: e.e r,c work of all .ie E. Brooks, Fisher Bilding. baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4une. LOST.-One kit of piano tuners' tools YATES
Sc n yu.. .r Ffashre- 1iauglw. FOR SAla-n-One Choice block on t5 since the 12th inst. Finder will be
S: ) voar wiring t. ret.aeiFOR Sidge eat of the eltc i rewarded by leaving them at The
1 l,.y..a Eiztn) Co, FOR SA ----ctoe a fiantaln, stock railway, between 7th and 8th street Journal office or with the owner, J. ...I A ...
n y. st.reets' confectionerile and cigar, located Nture has favored t c an Conrad cott, 244 Gregory St.
Sjuneli. m Palafox st Ct. Can be had at bar- nnot be duplicated. A. V. Clabb. city. 20auglw*i Room 306 Thiesen Building.
.ri ,I ,t co purchased at oace. Apply Es. cao b dplIs a graduate In Medicine
,- : .g,. Le: The Journal cambia Realty Co. 15aug. !CICK=N WHEAT -p duces eggsaa nd hasbeen an Eye 8pe
SA.--, e r,',lem lor yo. it Makes fowlsa e oPCay well avored. 011neos all for 20 years : : :
r: .~ :r 0 C yo -, cng for ir nessee horse. Can be seen at Pou's Melle & Co, Phos 34. act Old newspapers are good for many EXAMINATION FREE
Or '' .-,o 30.9 stable. McM"illn & ,r T1 15aug. F SALv.--A-t a anortiloS things. You can get lots-of them
FRS ... de aaon of I-g gostockcrd yc~ots cau at cheap by calling sat this office.
.--R _....p Ol ShA p ag grocery, 28.-140 Inted4 a., 3 a. Notice of Removal. L. PHILLIP M.D
H'u:.e" :. d transfer cheap rent store, livfg rooms Ina F ...I I have moved my store to 84 S. Pal-
"- O phone :;3 RIden connection. Store dota good cash FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long afox, where I will be glad to see my HOMEOPATHIST.
S Acosta & W.:e, 22-21 business. Hboutebold furniture also 10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught, customers. I have a full line of em. OSce at No. 7% 8. PLaltao, Blou1 I
'_5 mech or sale. ReasceF fr seUlli, am leav- speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber broidery goods in stock and also new Bailding.
WArI\--Ok To Tr o j- ctny on account of asiknes. Tele- gasoline engine in good order; will stamping patterns. Mrs. H. V. Rea-. Office HrU-S:38 to 11 a. ma, saI
sp'.. 0 ne Journal phone 1 64. llaulw* seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice f .l 17aur1w 3 to 5 p. mC
, ,-n -- will- rtly taken at once. W. A. Smit, 28 W. Residence, 10 North Palatox. Phone
t : h ill phrtle appee. FOR SAE-3 rber Chars for sale. Government St. 15aug1m TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, VA- 65--two rings. Offe Phone 6L5
,o. r jN-,NGne PiStures of city. FK S. C arf&lme ISES AND GRIPS all thoroughly SudayS-Buhbflot to calL
S-- -:.e 15 cents. i. FOR SALE.-Stcre and 7 room house. and promptly repaired, at F. B. Bruce's , , -
" ,cFOR SALE-.. South ha.. block .211 Lot 60x100; city water. Titles per- big repair shop. Send them down. IVYOUR HAULING TO
,____ FOR 5AL9--ythwalfablock $3200..J. N.Andrews,7 N.1 29jlw GIVE'YOUR HAULING TO
*'- *<',ancr.:.a Cora Oat fronting 400 feet on 12th street, by fet; 3200.00. N. Andrews, 7 N.rt rew
",ed maeal .cks. Out g13,% Par';alafox-St., Haug.
d e Ot 134 feet on Bay V Park also ralaox St. auPIANO TUNING-Am prepared to do
r . cited. Write a. south half of block StI, fronting 400 FOR..SALE CHEAP-My three-year. tuning and repairing. Guarantee MT VGo
S* a20mar la feet on 14th St.,. by 1 % feet on Bay od BerkBshie herd toar Du atf satisfaction. 17 years experience. J.
S ....nt. View Park. The only oprty a ljoi- Ftrida, No. 68,923 Also some fne Conrad Scott, 244 E. Gregory. 28jullm Thor. Tho P
-bruaent.allbrak- Bay Viewr Park t t Is .ow for young pigs. 1 s.x-montas-old boar, all REGULAR MAIL; LIN-ood covey. HAULING OP eVERY DESCRIPTION
Ssal nde. The beautiful iew downever be registered and transferred. Carl Set-. ce for traveling public. Daily ser-
S.-- ayou and dow ae b" can never e terlind, Chipley. Fla. 18jly vice each way. From (thipley to Bay. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
+E .... heaHonA obstru-ted. A. ubbs. Aly he SL Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley, SAOGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
.cwelry an-any sakle n 4mch
iyant.-d. We pay ca-s FOM BALM--- .0 orl ^^ ,M--1l j .,W ,, lTA PHONE 978.
(.. P Box ,:3. t ey. Aow m t $ft- -Aw"r- and Rr -oo-ms, RE.ALETATE. .


T .. .. alm S h electric lightPhoneand bath. Large bUild ou h_ H NonA a Psy We aMws and
S -,aenUot sD. bWWI FOR Sm-bau awfronat room. with bay idow.. -10N.se- Iaeisn c.
lko- tlime. lsLm on short noticaNo %
be seen a Jatea eMumg~'&' 3b PARTIES who Waft to r st gg aired
FOR RJE NT -I Wo iou 1ast IsW a.a sithst 'i re a1 STE & .TARPON
..... 5 o Iu t41111 gg A4 5 g-A arest bMWONE DOLLAR AND FWLW.6.m10RJ*M toI.
rooms at 400 W. Gar- i W eAYt t t sr per heLd, we il w hi la4oe*W T AND
12auglw to dey. DBAY HOTS6-*om altf ad dand y.&-g horse. cowes. e. Lav orders
A rraineHouse. cor er FOR sALE.-4 am FWoIl" State Agt s.ropean pla.. Room 0 light d .1 at aItendela. Herring
.t stre Apply for Fire and tlar Proo Safesan mudn Traumlest tade s tea m S 9 o e NlACOLA B APALACHI.
j f 12jul Vauk Fixture Ie d k aIll |e7 1sS4 Sou* PaIas. ,s g. S&i0as,1 COLA. A W- 1ST. Atl
1 s maauct rd br Al ne SaeM arl Sm W-P. SAILMAKER. DR1W1 061 .VLL
t.-rooni cottage Lock Ca npsY aO Ctlas8tk O Oo .. PORTmk Mlakei. 71n ot1h Awnd 0I9a peNSt O Am rm ** y,
S,,r.,cr 1:.th street s4 Communicatei ith e for pric ~ a -- te L O r. Orders takes, S1 t
.rc at Turtor's Pot s bo w l eitw B lot .w CM stool_ am ho
NJuly M it More Psoo P% UL mt Al. etc. rm oreasoable. Sljas 1lyla1 Atil
S. ., y gSJMe. GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL ___________________ PIZ ti oAl's
S w Ha, o TO-lr fftur;m onths. Good F. Pg .
S." -a --u6 # ar o CNOIe MEAL DAND PURE ROUN B. B, Ai ll W .Oe A .,WRIGHT

eorU.. a s Pr wmlsy SI Motl 1shbor- be year. Oearlsadset buS M faue00"A bWets .1 1g* I k .
in and HK mes 3e t Hi al4Nr uwu. A. csa. Btakn seo ft *nI or aMI ta H s LE AND KILN.
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No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President, JNO. PFEIFPER, Asst. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
ZYElams.ra-4.wrs


Henry L. Covlngton,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank -teilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
P. B. Brawner,
C. W. Limar,
J. R. Saunders,


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr,
O. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oerting,
Alex MeGowin,
C. M. Covington.


I Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Sollcted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


WM. H. KNOWLES, Pres!dent.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cabhier.


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


FIRST


NATIONAL BANK,

of Penssoola, Fla.


DIRECTORS.


F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wim H. Knowles
W. K. Hycr, Jr., D. G. Brent.


FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXOIIANE BOUGHT MAD SOLD


We draw our own Wille of EIx
nange on Great Br=tain, reland
Germany, Franm, A 4 la, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belglim, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark and
their European countries


Vessels disbursed upon the Meet
Favorable Terms, and their eMU.
nations taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Ve.e
eel Arrives there


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

Savings Depar tment-Interest Paid on De-
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum,


L. HILTON OGRIN, ParluDnst. T. IL WXLLXL, VICE-ParSD.ilT.
K. M. BrUlXXLL, CAuusa. MANSIIELD MORENO, Aar. CAs~nr
Citizens National Bank,
ef P?* Bearo, TLorWda.
.,'Lr.ootors.
Geo.W Wrght, MoritLs ar, T. Wells


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J. 8. REESE, President E. W. MVMb`EE, Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
Directore-L. J. RneVee, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte T A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL. BAN ING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLI SOLICITED.




WboleM and ke Dwaler n
Steam, Domestic Anthracite CO A
and RWac iwtb f .C J A L
Offce-No. 13' Soth Pslaft street. Telephone, 3.
Yards on Zmryagos and Gonsales strnts Phboa, .


John Massey. Janckon Brandon. T. D. Adu

Pensacola Electrical Company
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS.
ALL. WORK GUARANTEED.
Cor. Jntendencil and Belln fa
Bayten Bta i rf
No Job to-big or sal for us We do work n any r9 ato toh
city an;7 also .ouyMde the city._


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I SUCCEED
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Aldgthough s Dispositit
and other smaller arti- i the Pu
cles for personal wear
should be of the best-of I Flin Sens
course, vou wouldn't want
the other kind'. Our stock rit
I Iof these articles cannot I
but please' and satisfy
I :you.
By Associated Pi
STwe, 25c to $1.50. New Orleans, Aug. 22
rl Collars, 15c, two for 25c. feel that the struggle is
I beyond their expectations
SCu, 25c per pair. diisposition to lull the p
S t aSse sense of security les
Shirts, for Summer, $1, $1.25 he a relaxation of the effc
nd $1.50. ;s esseniial tihai every
shall make if the preset
the disease is to be mail
-- The fight has not yet
said -;tfes r Meti. of
'. rsizi. toila-y in ur?~':
ito i,;te, ue p hiu ,n !'i.-:a'
lJohn W white loni ; the othi:: t?
S iii a.re yet to !ie s 'alet :
Outer to Men and oys ions are yet :o
Next two or ti-;lreea el
205--2 7 S. Palafox. knwn who hi. e ..:
..... [ siampnp d o:lt or chq wke.i.
Pin SThat i: ,.an ihe hci.i in
lived. 3But !he pe!:, ,
-. leans llnus ex- t ixt ihms;
Still in Business! ut
GEORGE A. PETTERSON, With the de'ahs, howt
is now located at into the fifties and, rap-i.
e or. Government and Barcelona' Sts., ing i eelrhic. at t1:i t
. and is better prepared than ever 'and th niw a (a..-s of gU
to repair safes. typewriters. fever alpp.-oxi:ra'in 200
guns. pistols. locks, light ma- than a ,-)zen ai.'s da"l
chinery and bicycles. 15s cotiiidelred to bie every
PHONE 203. lor thta encouragement
\White annoiccs le fee
S. -- situation.
SEspeciall y encouraging
| r I II Lalx w a, t C a n ai s.ie s
TURPENTINE STILLS. ae o aIrL cana. s,..
i- lmn STIL LS 03 ihoa r;n,. that secti
M cMillan Bros. CO.a ro Theren have "i
Manufacturers, able number of cas;es,
wMn i aa ltelS scntrer edanti lh
MOBILE, ALABAMA. rest o themon o i, f oui
from Canal to the ul)i)Fr
paris h.
McA Iy v days aio Presid
M;A RE wrote to the rai'roa.is a
1 to put on small trins 1to
S.towns which '"e in sure


Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 22.-The naval
stores raarket ciosEI tt,-day a 1ol-
lows:
'W W .. .. .. ................5 2:5
WVG .... ....................4 85
N .... ........... ..... 445
M .... .. .. ................4 35
K.................. 4 25 to 4 0
I ...... .. ................ zO
H ........ ........4 10 to 4 15
G.. ............4 05 to 4 10
F .... .....................3 95
.; ............... .. ......3 80
D ....... .................. 3 40
'.. .. .... ..........3.3 30 to 3 35
Spirits Turpentine, 61 cent;-.
New York Cotton Market.
Open Clos-e
January.. .... .. ....11 10.96
March........ .. .. 11.0S 1104
31ay............ ..11.12 11.07
August.... .. .. ....10.60 10.CO
September........ ..10.66 10.64
October.......... ..10.76 10.79
December...... ....10.92 10.91,'
Chicago Grain Market.
Wheat
Sept. Dec.
Open........... ......80.2 82.
Close.. .. .. .. ........80.4 82.3
Corn


Open.. ..
Close.. ..


Ca. P.


Sept.
.. .. .. .. ...43.3
.. .. .. .....43.6


New York Stock Market.


.. ..... .. .. .. ..159.7


m nt ouchnon
skin them
some of tih.
,!istrcss he.


cause comlunihcaton is .IT t of. Gen-
'era! S-:perin:cnien: Cushing of "!i
Soiuhern Pacific has written a reply
tha tlie road is now running trains a;
a heavv loss to afford service tr
non-infec:ed localities. Travel. how-
ever is so light that these trains .5a~
warning g less than one-fourth of wht'
it costs to run them and additional
facilities cannot be furnisihed.
The cases reported from St. Bor-
nard parish, a:!jjning New Or!can.,
show how diffl: nt it is to kemp tra-k
of sicknes in the. country. One i,.
the cases was :hat of an ataiwan wo
man but he:- husband concealed ,'hT
fact anj treated her him.elf. Yes;er
day he found her d:.ing and summon-
(d a physician. When the physician
arrived she was dead of yellow fever
leaving seven children. the oldest ten
years and the youngest five months.
Thq oldest child was also found to,
be infected.
The announcement of Surgeon-Ge--.
eral Wyman in a telegram to Pres-
dent Souchon that it is impossible to
,take adequate precautions at Colon to
;disinfect vessels and that every ves-
sed from there to southern po.-rts
must be detained at the port oif r-
rival five days is expected tempora-rly
to transfer all Colon trade hertofo-*e
passing through southern gateways to.
New York. Already f:ult carrylgig
ies;els vhich touch at the Panama
por have been barred.
Bishop Sessims of the Episcopal
church, who is taking an active part
in (he education campaign. is arracn
Ing a series of mass meetings in th"


f. R.. .. .. .... .... 3. ;the part of a strong: poo: vnrkin nn
, & N................ ..**** e long side. prices remained e.,per-
T. Pac .......... 3 *.4 ]a:ly strong throughout the dav. For
W, W ........ ..... 2 ~;gn cables were strong and satisfac
Wab. Ffd. .............. ..177. story. God support was given the
R.. I................ ... 33.71 market on any .light reaction. The
Bo. P..... 667 market seems to have two well regu-
Atb.. ........ .... ...... 89.6 iated active interests operating nb.th
3:i. P.. ........ .. .. 0.. fr and against an advance hut the.
U. P.... ...... .... .....134 5 operators appear to favoi higher va:-
Lt. P................ ....1 5 7 nes. The weather map was gene-a!:.
O. & W.. ................567 dry toj-ay with a con';nution of v -.
Eie .................... 51.3 high temperatures in Texaz. and onl-
DI & iH.. .... .. .......223.4 moderately lower througt-out Alabama,
C. & 0 ............ .... .7. 'n d Ge-ori!a.
'. & 0 .. ........ ..... 113.6 The government weekly report is-,
. Y. C................ .. 155.1 suned at noon, was from oi- point .t
Ri .. .. .. ......1. St*I. view. a ven- unfavorable one as it.
B t. T .. .................6 1. stated that the crop as a whol.. hasi
'lan .. ................. .. 166.2 suffered deterioration. and while some
.et .. .. ..............1291 Improvement is noted in some dis-i
Copper. ................. 85.5 tricta. it io not expansive enough toi
V. C .. ...............32.6 rciieve the first statement and gives
C. F. I ................46.1 round for believing a very seriously
T. C. I.. .... ...... .. ....89 6 situation is developing. Reports from'
U. S S.............. .... 101 the south indicate that without a doubt
P. O......... .........10.t "he crop has deteriorated in August,!
-r ar....... ........ .. 145. beyond all anticipations and this de-
. U ................... 93.6 cline, from our point of view, will be:
.- .... .... .. ........53.6 eater than expected and coming at
SC..... ........ ........177.4 a time when crop is undergoing a fruit.;
-age stage, can easily become disas-
AsIleys Co's Daily Cotton Letter. trous. These reflections and condi-'
New York, Aug. 22.-As a result ,t tons favor higher prices, even beyond ,
nt& e interest and aggressiveness cn present high level.
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Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provisions.
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I)y cLup riisl-'5 i. n111 utl ui|ariaiint'u L I
in no other the American ralnn b:'s no
rival, lie. Is the blt mainnrearel era-a-
turr in the world to the casual hurnn
being-esleclally female human being
-he brushes elbows with in the course
of the day's march. lie doesu't use


Wiuay. 1 Offices 2!
Agostire Terrizano. Vital ship, C. CC
nera, 1170. Liverpool to master. 9 Factory P
Young Leland Caswell. of 320 East FERTILIZER FREE
Zarragosaa streett is suffe.in- fr.,m Anshinz g., .e. *400
ainfl wonAnyone wisinge ,goo'.l 'a .e.manure
a painful wound in the foot. intilc':i *risa will alpp! tlo J. L. Pi-rce. a: -


INST "JIM CROW"LAW YELLOWFEVER SHIPPING NEWS T.R.

f"Nd lave No Terror for YouM VEWS IN .iOr T. ?1S

lmCK ON ITS1 THIO Bosso's Blessing BsaBr un. 0M

IN II to Mankind BnoMse, Ger asT INS
sen, New Orleans to the W. S. K@yIer
|B oll sIS THE ONLY POSITIVE C.
ING RN H Cambrian King, Br ss, 2315. New- mOmraC. |
PREVENTIVE AND port News to J. A. Merritt & Co. IF L *
Cartha, Br ss, Johnson, 541. H
I is Shown Ordinance Will Be CAlled Up T- C TJ R E Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 125, FarO
IC t ig mat th eti Of City Ernesto, Span ss, Omacchea. 1 0(91,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
SCouncil for a ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.1 Gs""SavAdo, Swed HH" ThUs&-O ii
Vte SOLD AT NICK APOSTLE'S RES- Herie, Aust ss, Hreglih, 2614 The U
TAUORANT. Port Tampa to Gulf Transit CompKly.
TAURANTP. Homewood, Br ss, Jorgensen. 1263.
press. The "Jim Crow" ordinance will come Manufactured by Pomaron to orer.ss, Boyle, 1947 M> a
.--While the up in the city council tonight for its 8080 MEDICINE MANUFACTUR. ,ile to F. O. Howe & Co. I a
yellow fever third and final reading, and when his ING COMPANY, Nokomis, Am sch, Sperry, 245, Car-
s succeeding is done a vote will be taken. Thle r-' PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. s, there is1o finance was introduced a short time, eacoa, ary 1086,
helic into a since. and has already ben -etlo New O la, Ant s to f Transit Co.1086,
st there shall twice, and as the regular npeeting of LET US FURNISH Queenooe Br s, Nevil. 1694,it C
orts which it the council is to be held tonight, t 1Qi YOss P h e oin, to P Nenci 1er Co.
househoider more than probable that it wi YOUR Phi:a de!pha to Pensacola Lumnes Co.
o f p passed, unless some member desies, Faamon Larrinaga .Span ss. 19S2, __
nt control oif c asmend the same member desr IC C REAM Olaza. Liverpool to Gulf TranAit Co.



ntae, vo tan t'orabiv hen the l rollPB Niso. 1e erla: to G.1.A. Nervin o .Iron.
iFnmaip.,and Pi peaat months. or snlPenrU,h Caste, Br ss. LewisM, 2337,


he faor'ii.- ic b.l'11 ass t by the legislature was PHONE No. 1134. Tap Bri IJ. Saiderson, 2300, M
ken. Inl o ,,a:..-, ncns.iiitionai by t;e u-' Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona Sts. TC"Ieora, pan1 ss Berioa, 91- FORGINGS,
., it will I ..Ao 'e courI, the regrs ha b..n CREA- DELIVERED IN ANY CL e to an as .aa ,nA STEA
e c..e c i patro.. ,i *I . ar por c libora.y. r ,, QUANTITY. Lverpool t: ; s 'aoa Lumber Prompt
If an b e .', ha-ine ,een declared* off t Vizrara, Er ss, MeArthur, 11, for James
a uiracle ,, a-inhN. ... N. orfolk ok F. 0. Howe & Co. Chairs of
check is .- Ai:-.!;r :.:or:ant measure vhia I BarK. Oflfte Pt
f New 0.- c'ae up utonighe: w:11 be an1i IIor V -y s Nor k. Claussen. 1399, R
l.Ives to ;h. :her .i,tini .; that el -d, u r n I I I ni s',.r i
construictI or rehuiit in the f UIIL II Huton, .orb a. Knuid.-en, 771, Lon-
.\'er running bbe of stone. cement or somi simni..ar on to oruer. i-- -
ly approach martrial, and that no wooden walk be Magsrlan. Nor bk, Moller, 1148. Rio ,l,)Q *
rime in l7I a:lowcd in aivy section of the ci:'.I L lm Janeiro to Southern Sta:es Lumber
tnuine yellow where it is neces-ar- for them to be i h r
a-ains le.-s.. rebuill. Mayor Bliss is strongly agi- USanta Barb.ra. Port bk. Carreia.
: now. there eatingg this ques:i,,r., claiming that, 6-Z Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
j-.is'e. ca:h woa,, (n walks are breeding places forrr Thomas. Itai bk, Gz.rro, 803, uo C. B. wi* ay.
whi-ch Dr. nusq'ijns.'.,iagnat:t wa:erforms un-. /I I Caflero.o t i w
: o' thi der them, and they are a danger and I Scnooners. i
menace to health. |Ie. i
is the -:.- Several o:th!.r matters of more than' Donna ChIri-tna, Am sch, Axelsen, Hardware,
-&.Th- 11- passing impor, ance will -be discussed i.5s. B.ize to master. ,
atehy to gain at :hc session tonight. ;Hjalmar, Anm sch. Axe!sen, ,5, Ky We also h
lion buw hnat P s t t Gulf TransitC 4. W.. .
c Leland Caswell Stepped on P0ison- nni S. Hal, Am s., Watts, 38s Wi,
h)tr they r- e Amerlae Manners. Boston to orde-. I1
1, Ie ,,, i Thoe aera'e Amerie aman is so oUS Animal an' Was Pai- e, Am sch. Reynolds. 1225, Dai.
l, anv\wlhr muin mr.ore polite, agreeable and con- timor. t master. -

;;i,5 of the siderate to the average woman that all fuly Inured Yes- N-on M. twood. Am sch, Wat S aS n
other men seem rough and indl.erent 3. New York to ordEr.
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TYIS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
u to InvestigMte our priceO btV e buying your

Sash, Doors Blinds or Lumber,
handle Paints, Oilrick, Lime and Cement.
e ca save you money on everything.


fers Mill Company


9 East Garden Street.
North Palafox Street,


Phone 717.
Phone 1130.


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half as many "Thank yous" as the .'e'd.i'a 1)y a ir-arj'r- f Id i -. iLw. in -ir companyy s war French or how and smile so much, but young man stopped ou w:ie wading -
he will give hi.msrlf trouble to open in the watnti. N. GOLDRING RETURNS A Odd WIman Was This Empres LAUN ST
doors, to hail carriages, to get up and The young man. wi;o is fit:(i;a y~. .s FROM BUSINESS VISIT. ef the aRMS1sas.
offer his seat in omnibuses, to help be- old, was ou(i wtR- sai-ni ',:nra;ic a. -- A recent writer says of Catherine the CITY WmHAR LANI
parceled women on to trains and hold fi-h. They\ had! riiu. '.'r: liiot arout;:1 G'i 'i:-ing. proip, '.or of four sa- Gre.tt, emprtsn of Rnusia from the
the baby while the mother helps off the a good bunch ff fisj i; .l ev. ,i o I .'. ioor;s io n li.h ch-' r t'irua h:nie ves- year 17i2- to 1796:
rest of heroffspring.--New York World. "bos t''." c i ln i:a va;tr lhau.ilig ;1 :'eri;ay f'om a tb.sin;.s ?:ip. which in- -She roe at 6 and lit her own fire.
:when Casw+'l stcppdl on i: .n ;:-I L i,..util., S. 'l!,is and C':I- er table wa. Ideally simple. From Open to charter by private par-
Mustache Versus Ms-e e an. tl,-e lat ter truc. hi.-, foot .v .1 ;nn;ai. in h- ;l-aces hie spent t., tht reproach of overeating and over- for fishing trips, bathing, or :..:.
ntonlubie Vbradu thi toIyIn its iXIOntus ; arliaT It ta. lar- two w-k. mmer recr ion.
Anton Rubinstein had this to say ITn i auid i "s .w att oncesei se ng ecre ringing she was free. Though she summer recreation.
reference to women artst:his h:: I a:. a p y.iv-.l (an :cal. the. a ,'v of .h- .- ora:ed A. B. C. could not sing a note, she and Prince
"I think ladies ought never to study 1 nI wound In i:-..- lo i- aboutt an ini:l 1 hI er which s' v:a! years as was on LDshkoff who could slug no better. oc-
mnusc :ia an art. At least they ought i 'P+ and the thi-h i. a,lyv lac. rat 1. sal e and inrenil t* pinh its sa e eLsionally performed In a concert. A
not to take up the time of te;tchers who T:h foot is niw .-~wo,)in to, enorniois, in Pins:;;c,:;. IHe a o p. o a-rc(ha: new sudden burst of the most exalted and Formerly ship's boat for Span
are able to trcah and make true artists. proportnionns a1, is cau.-inr in-ten- .nil a!:3a:-.-o:,me Efix:'-. f.,r hi.- saluon ridiculous discordant tones was the cruiser sla de Luzon, one of Dewe-
And I will tell you why. There is no pain. For a li.mc i: was feared l itatt rl' 1:, corner of Bna 'n and Zarra- consequence, one seconding the other, prize captures.
question but there are twenty musical ock-jaw had st' in. i ,-sasa s:reets, which he exp-''rs will with scientific shrugs and all the sol-
ladles to one musical man, and my own The'sinz of on. ,f those uzly animals arrive here in a few w.eks and be in-, emn. self complacent airs and grimaces
experience Is that they learn more is very danfgerru:ls nd. while you:g stalled. of musicians. From this perhaps she
quickly, have more poetry and, in fact, Casweli wil: probably recover, he will passed to a cat concert and imitated
are more diligent pupils than men. But have to suffer a great deal of pain bi- Asthma Sufferers Sh'ould Know This. the purring of a cat in the most droll Has full canopy and is most com-
what is the invariable result? When lre the poison is all out of his syv- Foley's Honey and Tar has curel and ludicrous manner, always taking portable boat in the bay.
a young lady has become a perfect many caces of asthma that were con-. care to add appropriate, half comic,
young lady has become a perfect art I siderea hapless. Mrs. Adolph Bue- halt sentimental wods. which she in-
st some andome mustache comes BLISS INJUNCTION CASE sidere h leirdss.Mrs. Adolph Bues half entimental words, which be n-
along. and she chooses the handsome IS N POsTPOND. Ia. wries: "A severe Daenport.ented for the ocesion, or ele, pittingM KLE OWNER
mustache in preference to art." IS AGAIN POSTPONED Iowa. es:ago was d co ntracted like a cat a passion, w e ckMN, ONE
tup, she suddenly boxed the Gt person ER VERDICHIA,
On account of the fact that Chas. M. finally grew into asthma. The best p she suddenly boxed the rt peron PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN
The aMilridetd Pwea. Coston. court commissioner, was se.': medical skill available could not givN in her way, making up her hand into a
De Chapple-If there's any one nul- ing yesterday as one of the inspec- me more than temporary, relief. Foley's paw and mewing outrageotlry. PHONES, 358 and 1070.
sauce I hate more than another it's a tors in the special bond election, the Honey and Tar was recommended and When playing wblst one nightCather-
fellow wlo is always going around in- case of R. J. Brunt vs. Chas. H. Bliss. one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured me ine could not get her page to answer
tro'lucing people. There's Goodheart,; to secure a temp*;rarv injunction, was; of asthma which had been growing on the bell "After she had rang twice,
for Ins:auce. Bouttown-What's he again postponed, bui has been set trr me for twelve years, an I if I had taken again without effect, she left the room, C
been doirg? De Chapple--The Idiot! this morning. ii at the start I wolld have be^n looking daggers, and did not reappear
The otler day he introduced me to a: Biount & Blount will appear for M;'. savel years of suffering." W. A. *or a considerable time. bTe company | TUwan
Dman I oawed money to. and I'd been Brent and J. J. Sullivan for Mr. Bliss. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary. sppo t te at the oratuate p Re
owhig It so long be'd forgotten all ... !was destined to 81iberia or at leat the
about me. SNow I'll hae to pay a knout. As a matter of fact Cathertne L UNC
about re. Now It'll have to n tlll l lllllll_-llllllltlll- III lti:Ut l llt lIItllIlllllIill l llllllllIIIIIIIil,, on entering the ant aber fendthJNC
or be sued.-London Telegraph. on entering the sate-aber found the
o b page, like his betters, busy at whist.
iferssr. "When the bel rang he happened to CUPID, ROPT. L. E., NANCY AND
Physicin-Yes r, my opini have so nteretn a had that he DNA .
that one-half the diseases that afflict = could not make up his mtid to quit tt.
humanity are due to overeating. Friend = Now, what did the'" epr. do? 8be
(reflectlvely)--It Iay be-may be. Now T CEN WIlD dispatched the page on h errand and can be charterou) by the hocr. day or
I think of it, It is months since anyLIUL. thenquetly sat down to hold his cards week. Terms, reasonable.
one was sick at my boarding howe.- until he should retu-rn." shag Tackle and Cooking C *
New York Weekly. sis furnalhed If desred
-= Let us show you how much easier than with
Rxosa.s. x ted. i, the old, dirty coal way, and it's economical, L *: :* ** ** PHONE S4.
"Walter, this tablecloth Is not cleann.! t five hundred in TERSELY TOLD
o. sir. But I dunno what we too. More than fiv hund i use in TERELY TOLD
do about it We've turned it twice al-i Penacola.
ready."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. -- ---- OWNR.
I= -- -- --- OWNSE.
= PENSACOLA oAS CO painting
PENSA COLA GAS CO. Hendrix a Crpeate wrl furntah
leading Episcopal churches with a estimates on buildl ad painting
view to aiding the authorities in the, 27 East Garden Street. Phone 148 and give personal attention to work.
work. The bishop has had additional =- 932 E. Strong, ad a 4 M4 tat L fftua
work thrust upon him through the' TtniiiIIttlllllll ll111IIiilltlllllllit IIf -i 1IIII fIlll misfortune of Dean Wel)s of Christ R A FFLE
church cathedral. Mrs. Wells was McKiize Oertlat & Ca, wholesale
stricken with the fever ten days ago i&UtIIItIlIIll-tIIt lllfttllll ftiil Ttll l II -I II: IItfl hrl Atll l tllfllltllfltgIt|)tllufnti and rWl ship chandlrm and grocer ,


and has been very seriously 111 andi
the dean has been in constant at-
tendance at her bedside. I
Governor Blanchard is seeking to'
straighten out some of the ditepll- .'
ties in the country pmrshes resulting
from the stoppage of trains. Tensaas
and East Carrol parishes have prac-
tically tied up the Memphis, Helenai '
and Louisiana R. R., because there .:e
two cases at Taddiah in Madison. -
The governor has also Osccesafully
interceded with the autboritles of .
Bossie parish In behalf of the opera-- ,
tion of the trains of the Louiaiana
Railway and Navigation company.
REGULAR BAND CONCERT ANDi
DANCE AT EL ICTICG PARK i
THURSDAY MIGHT.: Pf. AOOj. ii
MUSCAL AND ANwpO.t
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Office Furniture!
We wish to call the attention of the business men of
Pensacola to our office furniture.

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



MARSTON & QUINA,
DB.10 S, PAWox St. Pholt 148. Pcsacla, Fla.
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the only rtr-clas sos or the kind
In Pensacola. Fair price to all. A beautiful Sofa Pillow will be *-
S.---.. fled for charity at Kupfrian's P.dr
Why se inferior paper, whem you Wednesday nig;t, August 23. a s
can bqy Kelso Bond, French Dimlty, o'clock.
Kara Linen, or Craaea Bend at C. V. Following this there will be a la=
Thompson's, 30 S. Platafo. to which all are Invited
Win. Johnson & 'Son ~cnated a ':
Saner's eatracts are th Standard, fan for the best lady dancer and -
Guaranteed D All others ..re Standard Clothing Co. donarts a a
mere imitLation. A* for Seaer's. umbrelia for the best gentleman
dancer.
OLD PAPERS ADMISSION:
Gntlemen... ... ..- ..- ..-.. Cents


i Soon you fll wat to pit down new
i mattlm.-N Why ot Pmt-, amwsaers
under it? ttiwUl As- the amUttin
' *ear better keeL t e roso warm.


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manufacturerss and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
MSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
t attention gi7en to ail orders, day or night. :.
McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber iDx ,
a!l descriptions.
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