The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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F-iday and Saturday; U1gat
south winds on the coast.



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By Associated Pre.
Tacloban. via Manila. Aug. 24.-Th
transport Logan arrived here at 10
O'clock this morning with Secretary
Taf; and party on board. The dis-
*:nguished visitors, after enjoying f
ride to San Juanico strait on coast
.l:ard cutters, witnessed a great pa-
rnde of citizens of Tacloban, who
showed every sign of business pros-
perity. They were subsequently en-
ortained at luncheon. after which
thcy witnessed a dance of native
school children. Gov. Curry, of Samar
landn. introduced a delegation of 500
nr:ives from that place whose appear-
ail,e constituted one of the most pic-
:i;r'cqit features of the festivities.
Thf transport Logan will sail for
I-a-hi. on the island of Luzon, to-
: m"rrow. August 25.
Tii party will separate at Hong
KonT The following will return or
:he Pacific mail steamer Korea. sail-
i~pg on September 6: Secretary Taft.
Senators Patter-on. FVOter. Dubols.
c<,tt and Long. p eosenTatives
P;a-ne. Grcsvenor. ,Cti. Smith. De-
Armond. Hepburn, "Jrt. Iu Dr. s- Abo
coll. Hill. Cooper, Scott. Gilbert. Otis,
'Howwad. Wilder, McAtnle.t, vShnrey
and Foss.* bl. l. wards. Major I ie.
Cap s. Thompson and Kelley and See-
r-taries Carpenter and Pedigo. M
The following members of the party,
will proceed to Pekin to be orally en-
:ertainen' by the dowager empres of,
China. accompanying Miss Rosevelt EI
Th.- especially Invriled guest of the em-
p- <- Senators Newlands and War-
re- :ind Representatives oagworth .'
Gi .e;Te and COchran. The party will;
bt in charge of Major General and
Mrs Corhin and Mrs. Slocum. IThe
Pacific mail c'eaner Korea will sail
f;onl Hong Kong on September 6 dl- il
roc- for the United States,ino' will at-
!(-mnpt to make a record run across thee
Pai. fic Mliss Roosevelt and part- T'
u.; sail from Ytk.hama for America Tweiny
or 'he Pacific Mail Company's steam-
.r Sit .ria. October 7. aind to R



SA- By Associated Prem
S-:,! Chicago. Aug. 24.-William Bracey
t roi1 t1, negro waiver of the Holland ho-
S-. **-'. who was seen following Mrs. Eliza-
.;' ;.!,- ,i-h F. Mize. shortly before she was
:.nn *n ,I killed by a robber Tuesday night, was
S-'a: r leased to-day. Inspector Hunt de-
: car,- he is satisfied -Bracey is inno-
l :-rtcnT. With the release of Bracey the:
': ,r ui:' police ha(ve lost the only prisoner
:i- i-- again-t whom circumstantial evidence
-' Z ',T ;"int: odjl T sronirly as being implicated
: .',r '( :', t h,, murdei of Mrs. Mize. It leavesi
:i. fr :hbe niysterv of the crime momt dense

Ine Wall.
or ,a ,ao t a heretofore.

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Narraeansett Pier. R. I., Aug. 24.-
: for Alfred Hnienway. ofBoston, address-
S"' T; American Bar Association at
S" a' "" ,-day's session of that organization.
:;, a 1." HNi. T,,pic was "The American Iw-
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S ThT majority report of the commit-
S : su or commercial law. which was
S:,.:h.' orn:.'- a,;i.'cd recommended that the asso-
":r-,.\ Hi Bc^ a",:on adh':,, to a strong stand in be-
u:. c. H. half ,of !he bankrupt law as a part of
Shn permanent jurisprudence of the
.. p ;ni'*. S!a'es. the repeal of which is
Page t) sought in a bill now pending.

ut the only indemnity that the Russian and Jap Private soldiers will t
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sand Dollars Worth
Wrapper Tobacco

Instead of Filler, as

S Chicago, Aug. 24.--Johann
SHoch, convicted of the mur- *
Y der of his wife and under sen- i
tence to be hanged tomorrow, ; S I L
escaped the gallows for the third i
Time when a superseleas was -
1 granted today by Justice Mag-
ruder, of the Supreme Court. -
The case will be heal ;it the ,'e
October term at Spriuiflild. .
f Justice Magruder aail a care- -X
i ful study of the rmco:',! of the :;'
A case satisfied him tihat there T rusted Employee of
was enough doubt to ju-:ify a
review of the entire case by tate Secured $4
Sthe supreme court. e I
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By Ars-Cted r F I |
New York, Aug. 24.-A seizure of W II
twenty thousand dollars worth of to-i
bacco was made to-day by special,
treasury agents in a warehouse here. j


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Poin- cadets was the asatU.e of today's
wn ;k. S-veral of them are among
*ho- I-alders in the stagg of *he matLN
con.p; etri so far. Hawilans atirat-
-.: amu h a' mention on the lring liae.
On;i twelve completed trying ov,*r
' four ranges tWiay. These
ar, I '. Lieur. Austin, of the First
'*, -. a Leeziment, wit a ecore of &4
He fired at two, three, fre ad at
dNired yards.

MWen the War is Over


By Associated Press.
By Assoclated Proe. New York, Aug. 24.--To men and FRANC AFTER
New York, Aug. 24.-Through for- two women were badly burt early to-
geries said to have been committed day in a collision between a trolley MOR
by a trusted employee in the offices of car in Brooklyn and an automobile r- MO
the estate of D. P. Morgan, New York turning from Bevten Beach. It IR
hnt)%nna nen of the'


When one hundred and eight bales IIL U IIUlI U banks have been victimized to the en 'ill di The injured are: By Assoclated Pr .
Mren will die. The injured are: By As.ocIated Pmryo.
left Tampa, Fla., on July 25. after amount of about $44,000. The Mor MISS EMMA JUDGE. Pars, Aug. 2-Th mistry hld
examination there, fifty were listedd as gan estate was teft by the late D. P.; MISS AGNES RICE. oa lengthy ttecial moneet r today de
wasexamined to-day the same bales VETERAN-voted mainly to the congderation of
filler tobacco, on which the duty is Morgan, and among the heirs are OTT'O NOV O disciplinary measures to be taken
thrty-five cents a pound. When t Hewtt and D. Perry Morgan and Mrs. FRANK BROWN owner of the against Morrocco should the sultan
was examined to-day the same bales Rudolph Herman Kissell, who was Both the women were carried to a not yield to the demands or the
were found to contain a large propor- Caroline Morgan. hospital where one was found to have Following the meeting, Premier Ro-
tionThe clerk in question, by mean:b Ot!, urtained a f:'c',,t"rd sklll, while the Folrowing the meeting, P remier Ro-
dution o ne dollar and eighty-five Frank R. Goulding Will Go to checks torn from the back of a check other r -vas injured intern:lly. Brown iser to d ad the im
cents per pound. this being Cuban to- book, obtained the proper orm, and is o hadly hur: hat he could not be lease of the prisoner and that in eve
bacco There is twenty per cent re- McRae and Meet With Former it is charged, forged the name ot iemoved from the >cetn of ihe acci- of refusal, a military demonstration
bocce. There is twenty per cent re-i It ioveti roni thf jjcept (if he cc
duction on these figures, but after Ue- Hewitt Morgan to several checks, ,lent. The trolley and motor ollided would be made. If the sultan reftus
ducting this it leaves a difference of Comrades of the varying from $1.000 to $3,500. So on a crossing at Kin't; highway while the demand the French legation wsl
one dollar and thirteen cents a pound closely was the signature Af ,r. Mor-n running at high speed. leave Morroco.
between the tobacco as listed in Flor- Huzzars. gan imitated that the tellers of three
ida, and that found here. The duty banks in whichthe estate had aepoitWARSAW UNDER
was paid at Tampa. No explanation readily paid out the sums called for "lJi U RS TO BE WARSAW UNDER
has been made and there have been by their face.
Sarestsm a t h Frank R Goulding, of this city, one A statement made by one of the
no arrests of the seventeen survivors of Cor- Kissell family is to the effect that th- TRIED AUG. 29 MARTIAL LAW
pany F, Jefferson Davis Legion of forgeries were discovered by .iudopln
PECKHAM NOW Georgia Huzzars, one of the famouKissll w ppee t e he By Associat.d Press. aBy Assocated Press
companies during thecivil war tore- d.ft was received from a New York ors who mutined on the battleship ernment of Warsaw has been p
OUT ON BOND resent that state, left last night for bPank. One of the cleks paid it was Georgia Pobledonesetz last June wi!l under martial law. A bridge on th
McRae. Ga., where he will be present a mistake and started for the bank begin on August 21th. The prisoners Vis;ala railroad near Random N
and participate in the annual re-un- ostensotly to have the matter rectified. number seventyfive. The procted- ben blown up and communication I&
By A ciated Pres. Not returning, he was traced and eings will be within colsed doors. terrupted.
Saratoga, Aug. 34.-Prederick A. ion of the members. found in another state. Then he con-t.
Peckham who was arrested here yes- The event will be celebrated with, fessed and returned to New York vol-
terday for alleged connection with the its usual brilliancy, and while there untarily. Ce to F ht Mo
cotton report scandals in the Depart- are only seevnteen of the comrades Cam e to Fight M mosquitoes
ment of Agriculture and who spent left to answer roll call, they will all;
last night in jail in default of $12,001 have something to say of times gone located in various cities of the south. N t t F ht the Dr
bail, was arraigned .rain today. past. and there is no doubt but that It was organized in saannah, and e O s
Counsel argued for a reduction of the Mr. Goulding will be heard along these served with distinction in the battles
bond. This was fixed at ten thou.-! lines. throughout the four years of the civil
and dollars, which Peckham furnished. The members of the company are war. By Asociatdk Press. passed resolution deploring the oa
anddolars,.hih n fession by the state and city l,

Every few days in Pensacola some family moves into a new

home secured directly through reading the classified ads in The

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New vrl eU, Aug. .- n. L s - ..j -
Leach, of Minnesota. said to-day that of health of their inability to otr
Leach, of Minnesota said to-day that the fever, but tendering "everlastia
he was making preparations to return thanks and appreciation" to Preidea
his home and will leave here on Roosevelt for having so readily cora
Saturday, having abandoned his ef- t: the rescue. The meeting leelamr
fort to secure an actual teat of the its full confidence In the manpfte
arsenization theory. The doctor said theory, pledged support to the Marta
he had come here to fight mosquitoes, Pospital service and declared that &&
not doctors, but that it appeared that stre for a test of arsenioati d it
the government had been called in tol involve any intention to diwaeari as
suppress arsenization. A meeting of precautions deemed euIealMl I
citizens supoortla Dr. Leach has federal auormita-
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PII TIg lN l I Disease is eing Brought Steadilf
Under Control at New


ASE Athm ities to Restrict enter rs
SMWith Infected Places.
Physicians Offered Monetary Con-.
siderations to Change Opinions UALL NUCO R OP ETATH
Regarding Cause of AND NEW FOCI-CITY OF VICK
By Associated Press. DAY NEXT.
4Honolulu, Aug. 24.-The tragic death
of Mrs. Jane Stanford was recalled
7 l| by a sensational story published here
to the effect that representatives of By Assoclated Pre.
the Stanford estate, practically of- <#&ag#e## S^^ J #R****
fere' monetary inducements to local
physicians to change their opinion that New Orleans, Aug. 24.-The l
strychnine caused the death of Mrs. official report up to 6 o'elok
Stanford. It is alleged that the bill to-night is as follows:
of $150 of Dr. C. B. Wood, who per- *. New cases 44; total cases
formed the autopsy on the body of ( to date 1,600. *
Mrs. Stanford, has been refused pay- Death to-day 7; total deaths *
ment by the estate on the ground 0 to date 226.
that the territorial authorities should New foci 10; total foci to
have performed the autopsy. Dr. Z o'ate 360.
Wood declared he was employed on 1 Cases remaining under treat-
behalf of the estate by Dr. Humph- meant 287.
revs and the latter said he consla'ered *
the refusal to pay Dr. Wood to be s#afMeI., I? MMBHHMH#
amazing, as he considered the employ-
ment of a private autopsy physician NO APPREHENSION OF
The Star. in its story of the matter,
says that In different interviews a New Orleans, Aug. 24.--With the
representative of the estate indicated fever coning steadily under control
te the physicians that it would be and apprehension no longer felt of a
satisfactory to the estate if they dangerous epidemic, the federal an-
could revise their findings of poison- thorities are anxious to put on re-
ing and in such event their bills were strictions against free interoourse
not to he questioned and Drs. Hum- with outside places already infected
phreys, Day and Wood would be. paid in order to prevent reinfection here.
et, the amount of their claims of $150. This is among the subjects to be dis-
All the aoetors are preparing a cussed at a meeting of the State
statement to place their version of Board of Health tomorrow. A stop
the sclentifc facts of the case before will be put to promisenous communal
--ifte ~ubh .in a fnal justification of caton-"betwe~ a ',terVt. tterson
the decision concerdtnlf the case of and other pont mand New Orleas.
the death of Mrs. Stanford. To-day's report'is enteoulraing the
BS death list not reaching the maximum
SI set earlier In the month. Much en-
LOV RA W INScouragement is rnd in the small
number of of new fecl to-day.
| B FROM GR ENVIL The strenuous campaign will be fol-
lowed up and a.large territory in the
heart of the original district of infec-
Special to The Journal, tion Is to be disinfected for the third
Florala. Ala., Aug. 24.-The Florala time. This embraces thirty-asi
and Greenville baseball teams cross- squares and at least twelve hundred
ed bats on the diamond here this at- houses.
ternoon in the presence of a large
crowd. The game was won easily by WILL QUARAN-tINE
Mrgn the Florala nine by the -core of 12 to AGAIJST THE WORtO.
gan Es 4. The two teams will play games
uun n here on Friday and Satueday. Vicksburg, Miss., Aug. 24.--egin-c
4,000 By ening net Monday, Vloksburg w1U be
quarantined against the world. This
logs FOUR INJURED will be don ae because of the spread
gUS rU I U yellow fever at Lake Providence, La.
INo one will be allowed to enter the
IN COLLISION cty without permission from the city


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NotimeIs heleby gtv that th moloviag 4escr) o KIdu Willbe
PWblic astuo os the but OF* y, bbeis- h,4th a f o e tBqbtem, I
UMe COMSty CsUft RouM M In't Voiaut of fk ?rWW. or $
tbWod a will be necoc f yto py the Skfnt 4.s4 to0 raw, %
opposite to the same, togeth With the oost 4Cf rue% iii aG .MiWtId
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SNE%4, and west 8 acres of
AXATIVE KNOW N smithh and H. S of% of NE .... ..
W. Adams........Lot 15 sub. division of Thos.
A bottle shold be English Grant .. .. ..,...28
kept in S h Sadie Boland ......8% or lots 5, 6, 7, 8 .........30
kept U eve nknown.......... Lot 2.. .. .. .... 35
for Van Ounce Of prc- Henry Handrop....,8% of S8 of BWW% of SIB.8$
caution is worth a Ett hite, Trustee
also Wi. r Kl.... % undivided interest in N% I1
pUa d fd Curc," a' a Etta Wbtte, Tmitee,
dose will frequent al Wp. Kirk ... undivided interest in SE%.11
___..u _. aR. A, A, oul y ....... sw %, .......... .. ,...11
c *a pell of ick- C. .Swan.........Lot 26 E of R. R.. .... ,...
,SS, R W. Swa............Lot 27 East of R, R ........21
WM. Garrlu.........Lot 47 Bast of R. R...........21
John McHenry......Lot 23 ., ....... ..21
WIWl or Hunter, also
For Sale by oley..,....... 5 acres 3 chains N. of S. line
and 9 chains W, of E. line
nh r .in lot 2,. .. ... ..22
M enn e 3ro90 e Catherlne Jones.....ELst lot a.. ot ... ..... ,...2
- - Atoe Josee....,...Wept 15 acree of N 20 acres
I of lot 1, DB. 0, pg. 155....30
of R. R., DB. 13, pg. 378 ....35
LJim Geralds.,.......10 acres went of Baker, East
SWof R. R., DB. 7 pg. 16t...35
L. Boley............. t 6 W. of R. R. Vdel Grent.35
Need Have N Tro tr A i E. A. egal........ 5 acres n NW Corner West
Nnd Have No Twror for ) i. Public road, DB. 27, ps. 623,
Vidal Grant............35
Bosso's Blessing 8. J. Goazles.......17 acres East of R. R.. North
of Cook, DB, 7, pg. 218....36
to Mankind Unknown............NW part of Philips Grant
Sa i West of Public Itad.......50
SGuT s Reles.........Bait 10 acres of West 40 J.
IS THE ONLY POSITIVE Njeid Grant, DB. 24, pg.
PREVENTIVE AND 14; Seetions 3 anl.. .. ..15

Unknown (Ust. D. F.
C t U T Pante)............All lose 1 acre to Sheppard
Goff. B. 15, pg. 989..,.... 4
A. E. Yniestra........% undivided Interest in lot 6 10
R. L. Bryars.........N% lot 2...... .... ... 14
Chas. McCredle......N% of SW! of NE%'......20
ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE. tt. White, Trustee,
aho E. Griffen....%. undivided interest in SE
SOLD AT NICK APO4TLE'S RSf '4 of NW'4............ 21
TAURANT. E. Griffen............ undivided interest in SE%4
of NWh .. .. .. .. ....21
Manu:aoetred by t ta White, Trustee,
B080 MEDICINE MANUPACTU a. 4ho E. Griffen... undivided interest in E',
ING COMPANY, of SW.1 ... .... 21
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. |. Griffen.......... undivided laterest in E'
PENSACOLAFLORIDA. of W .... .... ....21

E IBtta White, Trustee,
S 0ooton also F. Grlffen.....%4 undivided interest in Ei'
S o Io t E. Griffen......... .. undivided interest In E% of
8E . . .. .. ....... 1
1I Dealer in E. Griffen...........SW'. of SE% and South 10
acres of NW of SE'4....21
I Vclre SnriAsf Jas. Bailey..........e14 of NW%......... ...
IE tt a White, Trustee,
also Wan. Kirk.... 1 undivided interest in SW
ifinde .... .......

I asaa.5I a Etta White, T:rutee.
CYCLES REPAIORE. I 0 Wm. Kirk....,; undivided interest W, of
CYCLE REPAIRED ..........,.
YCLES FOR RENT. J. J. Martin.,........Lot 1.................. 1
s aes Cash Regis John Boutwell,......I acre, 3.16 ctains square in
hmn Safes c ash a11 Type, I NW Cor. of NE1 of 801i
writers, Guns. Pistols Locks and Un- South of Ralph Whiimra,..
brellas rep reK. 'T. J. Melln.....,..4 ac. es In 8E.' of SE'. DB3.
lwn Mowers, 8clor. KnIve, 27, pg. 251.........., 5
oft. osb pleI J. H. Fletcher........Lt 2 Brown's diviason of NE
YMost c plete line .i keys I the 14 of OW, o, bok O. pg. 113 5
SHoston's Mesuener Berviee M. Mayo ............One triangular acre in NZ Cor.
bw In a hurry ~ to sen of NW% of NINF, DLB. 38,
pg. 364..........., 8
1 IAST INTENDENCIA ST. eo. B. Greep, Agt..42 ft. East front by 100 ft. N.
PHONE 1111 of Hudson in SEi of NW
14 of NW ,4 DB. 32. pg. 240 8
S-- li-ese 0. McGreen....1-5 acre in NW Corner of NWi
lof SW%. DB. 32, pg. 239... S
Wan. McCall........3.16 chains square in NW I of
Th li atel SW., DB. 32, pg. 1..... 8
E. and J. Rogers..,,4 acres in SW Corner of NW
Bylen and Intentdnfa. of SW'.:, DB. 33, pg. 166 8
John Willis.........S% lot 3 and N% lot 4......
W e h hrBIo-t John Wills .......... .N lot 5...,. .. ....
S, E. Emmons and B.
MEATS AND VEQETAILgS, POUL C, robinea, also A.
TRY AND GAME Itr SEASON. IA. Isher.........South 33 acres of lot 3.......16
Mary H. K)ine........NW% of NW4.. .... ....18
FREE DELIVERY. ;W. C. Johneoh,......South 1 aere of lot 3 and north
n JONES IANG I 1 acre lot 6, West of A. 8.
r JO S. MANAGI R. tR., B. 29, pg. 355 ......32
PHONE ML E. Walker...........Lo 10 sub division of lot 8, DB.
pg, 297.. ........... ...33
Lu- Bunt..,........I acre in NW Car. of SW%
Paf 8E4. DB. 27..... .. ..3
P abst J. H. Reaves......80x219 yards In N8 Corner
of SWV4 of NEI4.. .. ....39
B lue R Ibbon W .ak.......... 4 res i NW o. of lot 5,,
DuI GR~ll9 WD IPB. 27. pg. 315....... ,
Noal Bowen........ 1040 ft. East and West by 208
ft. N. and S. in NE Corner
N e uO fleor, osf of SW ......, .,3 I
J. B. Ceoper....... NW% of SW% of hNW ......
has o equaL John Beaumeter.... North 118 ft. of NI% of SE
So tTa7r i ofN D VWIB East of R. .
o 1 ..e DB. 21 ........
& B Mddlesten......... aeee Is Bia% of W
.A Friedm an Wet of IL, l.la oneacre
D.. 16 .. .............,. .
Whaolc c D. Alaaer mdwof.... OB NwA. N IM ft. of N
CC SW, UdSO 1014 ftL
iLnr in Imported W1io \ d I 1 SW%.., ., ... .. I
,. w' ..............NVI% o M -l-.. -.... 1
.ad UusIR. e s.pple........ ard by 48 rde t in et part
adooi f a1 % t L o sw% Ites 7
S IsSOUTHr PALA FST, mmmd stebeLuw 8 m ts ND I m &t afX.1
WiMSOLA 1%A. t WH ait XMaC te's t
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la $1w
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Is 81w
le 81w

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la 310w
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Is 30w
Is 80w
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Unknown.......... Lot 6..... .. .... 2 2s 32w
John M. Quarries....NWV% of SW-............ 5 2s 33w
Bmna Dalphiu......30 acres undivided of Broril-
la Grant....... ..... ..17 3s 31w
Benj. Dolphin.......20 acres undivided of Borilla
Orant.. .............17 3s 31w
Hirams SlMmons..,,.Lots 4 and 5, bik. 7 Van
Kirk's division of S% of lot
3.............. ...12 2e 31w
Iasee MilMon.....North part lot 3, blk. 15, Van
Kirk's division.. .......13 2s 31w
K. L. SimpMa.....,.Lots 8 and 9, blk. 15, Van
Kirk's division.. ,. .. ...13 2s 31w
Mayo and MoCtrdy..Lot 1 except 10 lots about 10
acres of Van Kirk's div..13 2s 31w
Unknown........... NB% of NE% except 10 acres
to H. Webster, and 8?- acres
to Dora Williams......18 28 31w
Rachel Simons......Lot 2 and North 350 feet of
lot 1, blk. 18 of Van Kirk's
division of N% of NW%,....19 2s 31w
N. A. Carson........NE~ of SE%.............. 8 Is 31w
Samuel McCall..... .N' of N% or N% of lots 1. 2,
3, 4.. ..,... ........22 Is 8lw
B. H. Joseph........East 12 sres of S% of S of
NB4i 10x12 chains........ 2 Is 81w
Emma P. Murphy... .West 6 acre of N% of SI of

is 30w
Is 30w
le 30w

Is 30w


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In 30w

In 80w

In o30w

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bn 30w
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5n 80w 4
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5n 30w 50

5n 30w 23
sn 33w 40

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6n o0w 4
On 30w 1
On M0w 5

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"se; i .... "=-L "--. ...... w
S I b1y 60 rok .. ... ,,...,
SNelsop Andrew..,....q *oe la NW of gW% 0otL
of Cast! ebey's, a part of
Ripple's 48 by 60 rods.....10
John Mtxoa.......,,.a at 1SW leA s 30 eor, .,1Q
John Ransoama......., ares n "8W Corner of 09
O of BW%.o 011[. S7 19t310
o Prte Mc.Queen...,.21 ft. by 420 ft. In NE Cor-
o ner of SW% of 8WA. D.
4 0, pg. 243.. ,. .. ...10
lae Bfowa........TO yda. suare, 60 rod East of
I 11 NW Cor-er of SW% of SB
1 711 PD. 7, ps 583.,..,,,,.,.10
!Unknown..........11 ft. by 375 ft. in NWIV; of
2 07 *W% Of SEY, DB. 20, pg.
D 7t .,. .... ........ 10
1 88D. B. Stennts.....,.j acres in SW% of SE1 B ....10
I 14. . . . ., .. .. .. ..16
Thos Pebley ........ of lots 11 and 12 .....34
92 Jas. Kanen..........All except 63 aeres to M, B.
| Bennett and F. E. Mariner..S
3 41 iJerry Underweaod,..EBE of SW%........ .... ,
iAlex Wilson.........B ... .. .. .... .....30
1 74 J, p. Hanson.......NE% of SW%.. ... .. .
uulaoWW..........Lct 5$.. .,.... .. .40
2 41 W. W, ioran...,,.8% of NE%.. .. ...... 6
Alex Robertson......8W%... ..... .... ... 7
Bila Jackson........NW of SW%, N'%4 of SW% S
1 3 M John J. Shouley.... 4 of SE4 and NW% of SE% 9
Silas Jackewo......NW4.. .... .. ,. .....,l
Henry Neop..,..... acre In SW% of EE%, PB.
1 so 14, pg. 456.. ...... ..10
1 #1 Prinee MacQeen,....10 ft. by 315 ft.. 275 ft. of
SW Cor. of SW% of SlE .10
3 10 Alfre4 Jldoyea...,,..ot 10... ........ .. ...11
Unknown (Geo.
1 58 Oaee iet.)...,,, .3 aeres of lot 1, East of R. R,
Gooaslez Grant, Book 3. pg.
466.......... .......14
1 s Goa0 sales GOmat, 32. p. 573..14
Etta White, Trust 58% of lot 2, Gonaalez Grant.. 14
H. 1p. Hatton.......Lot 19 sub dlv. lot 6 M of k. R.
3 T1 loaatleu rapt .. ... ...14
I 10 Oeian RicberdaQn.,Il% rod square In 8Wi of
1 38 NW', DB. 34, pa. 52.... .. .1
T7 J. W. WbMte........6% aoer in NW Car. of NW
% of S 4, DB. 29, pg. 86..18
S4(1 Raebel 1Lock....... 40 feet square in NW Cor. of
lot 7. DB. 31, ps. 64,....... 4
1 S D, R, Hart.......... Lt s less W% .. ... .....27
7 Tm Heay u aBh........B% of t%,. .. .... ....$86
1 $ J, A. Adkten ......NW%.. .. .. .. .......
I 1s Hnrey Noy......N3% of NE%.... .... ......10
I 99 rkAw rS"w .....-..ot 1 ...... .. .. .... ...14
I t . 0, on ........W% of NO% and N% of NW
D. J. and Rogetta
Rlwde...........N% of NE .. ....... ..15
Unlown .......... NW% of BE........ .....22
1I Unknown (BKt. J. W.
S11 C~ray)..........17 aorw of lot 2 and Est 20
acres lot 6.. ...........23
S41 Mrs. B. Evns.....W% of SW.. .. ......34
Unknown (E t. Ann
1 00 Duke)............BE% or lot 6.. ........ ..36
Unknown (iFt. J. W.
933$ Creary ..........Lot 1, blk 6, part otc bik
2 3| 8, all blks. 11, 12, 13,
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25,
S 26, 35, 36, 37, 46, NE Cor.
3 01 47, all 48, 49, 50, 51, 59, 66,
part 57, all 66. 66, 76, 77 less
10 78 1 lot, all 80. 112, 113, 118. 119
129, 130, 132, lots 3, 1, 5 in
3 23 S% and 3 lots In N%' ol( 19-24
blk. 8% ...............( 37-88
W. T. Dek,,........Lot 6, blk 9 ,,.......... I 124
6 02 ............ .. .. .. .) 7-38
L, L. Dokmtlaer....,North 70 ft, bitk 47... .. ....37
J. HIllbeolo.,.L.Lp 3,.,. ,, ,, ,,. .. .....31
7 |? Herbert Franklin.... 15 chains East and West and
1 i6 10 chaIns North and South
1 7 4 couamespcIpg in SB Cor, lot
54 4, PB. 30. pg. 331 ........8
Maunle Glgrist,.....North 46 aeres of )lt 4 ...,36
Sofronis Albritton..,,3.16 chains square In BE Cor.
1 00 of NW% of SE% of SWIA.
PB. 38, pg, 413., .. .. ....16
1 23 Herbert reakllli.....7% aerepe In l Cor of NVi4
of tR%, DB. 82, pg. 95...,,36
Unknown (F. I&. L ari-
1 24 neau Co.......... NI of ]W .., ...... .....24
S Matt Eiell........,. ,E t cree of North 10 acrg
1 91, of 3W% ot NE.. .. ....t14
Unknowpl......,.....N1% of SW .... ... .. ..... 2
iWi. R. Lucae......SW4 of S,4. .. .. .. .. 4. 4
1 44 A. S. Pattlsoa.,.....8SW4 t NIX and NWW4 o
$10 % .. 1 .. .. .. .. ....
1 94 R. E. lirkholt.,,..,W% of NW NWU of SW%
and N% of UW4 of SWi. .131
1 91 J. L. Mathais........W% of W%........ .. 6
2 16 W. B. Mt.td......W% of 'W%,, ,. .. .....2
Frank MlIttead......N% of NW"4 of SW%.. ...24
I H. W. G. Church.... S% of SEI4 .. .......... 3
1 58 H. W. o. uire ,.,NK of NC, ,, .... ...10
Christian Ryder,....NWW4 of NBi14.,.. .. .....10
C. 8. Helton,.....N% of NW,, .. .. ....132
I IT L, P. Stow....,.N.N of NE% 8d R% of NWW 14
I 4-. McMillan Mill Co...NW' of NE% and NnKV of
NW .. .. .. .. .. ......
McMillan Mill Co.,...SW of NW~4.. .. ... ...
3S Ti McMillan Mill Co....SGRK of SE4, JJE%4 of SW
and 8Eii of NW,, ,. .,. 3
9 0i L. L. Wright....... .Los 2. 3. 4, SW% and W% of
S'% ............ ..., .35
I09 eUnknown............SE of NW"4.. ........ 3
Geo. W. D.3cker.,...Ng'4.. .. ............ 6I
J. H. Bog.u.......,,NW of NE% .. .... .. ...12
9t Michigan Syndicate..NWW4 of SWi.. .. ,... ....
F, T. Mart'n........0 ft. E. front by 400 feet NK
Cor. lot 3 N% of Maura
I 658 Grant, West of R. R. ... ,, 4
Dr. W. E. Anderson..Lot 6 NX1 Maura Grant, West
2 of R. ... ,. .. ... .. 4
SUnknown...........4.66 acres north of South S99
tp ft.. South of S. C. Oil Mill of
8% of Maura Graut, West of
1 41 R.R... .. .... ., 4
1 TT Kate Taylor........Lot 43 Herman's div. of Hlot 2
1 28, to 6 Pnlmas G.rant, Weat 0(

R. R.. ......... . 5
Bcley............All East of II. R. legs 40 acres
1 39 to Gouldng., ............, 5 1
2 43 C. S. K(naen..,,.,,....Lot I, 16, 17, 150 ft. by 200
I sub. division lot 6,. .... ., 1
Lewis dMontgoiery..N% lot 1 sub. dlv, of Ict 1,
1 88' sub. div. of DefIlliarl Qt 9 3
S Unknown.............% lots 1 and t sph dir. let
I 58 1, sub div. of C. Devillier'a
Grant.. ,.... ....... 9
I 09 A. M. McMllan.....N% lot 2, all lot 6 sub dlv, of
lot 1, sub d|v of C. Devil-
1 l9 i, o"r's Qrant.. . .. .. 9
Thom& l Steve".... .iot 3, sub dlv. of lot 1, sub 'di.
1 j of C. DeViller's G t........,, 9 1
W. A. Bloat....... northh 6 acreIs lot r b dfiT
#ion C. DNvlller's rant..., 3 1
1 88 N. W. Deering.........Lots ad 8 sub 4tvision t
i9 C. Devlller's OQrSt., ,, ... 3
Cb"lik* Grmo m, A t.0l c bals square to Co
ner lot 1, DB. St. pg. 152 14 2
4 00 oeo, B. Oeen.......TT ft, by $06 ft. to Oor. lot
1, DIW ,. 3 Si. .........,16 I
Hettle Thompson....l acre ia South part lot
1 North of iWqee, DB, 19, pg

E. T. Dtas, ilio Elliza
e 1 0 a,,1 ......L I 8 e"a. to ot1t
u wm aea(d3af .17 I

Nelme Burn........6 acres In NB comer lot *
less 4 acre. DB 1, pg. 291.17
1 39 Elner 3. Obora....South 3 asrm of North kNai
SaRw it *. it. IT
Ca AL YA'emute .... Starting t RTt


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81 32w
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Geo. B. Oreen, Amlt..Lo: 3, blk 4, Belmont numbertaU
City of Pensacola ........283
Geea Green, Agt..Lot 4, blk4. Belmont number-
ing. City of Pensacola .... .t8
M,.. Wright...... .Lot- 6, 7 and S9 11. blk 6. Bel-
mont tract, City of Pensacola
(Eat. Mary *Ular)).l.ot 1 and 2. blk 7, Belmont
Irlct, City of Pensacolk..;.
Eva RIancher. ...,. Lot 0O, blk 7, Belmont traet,
City of Pensacola ,.......
Mary Rasucher.... gUt 46 ft 10 inches of lots 21,
to3 4. blk 7. Belmont tract.
City of Pensacola.........
Mvy Anrs........Welit 31 ft 4 Inches of Most 78
ft 3 inches lots 11 to 24, blk
7, Belmont Traot, City of
Peafmeola........ .. ..

CO (~s. Geo. Pfelcr).Lot 17 and NV 18, blk 9. Bel-
r.int tract. City of Pensaeola
53 H. C. MCDevld.....Lot Id, blk 10. Belment aua-
bring, City of Pensacola..19
05 Georgia Dupont.. .Lots 1 and 2, blk 17. Belmont
11 tract, City of Pensacola .. .
11 Unknown...........Lot 21, blk 21, Belmont num-
bering. Ci:y of Pensacola ..19
11 M. M IRewy .,,... East 77 ft 6 inches lots li to 20.
hbk 27. Belmont tract, City
23 of Pensacola ..........
10 Rach l Fennel ... East TT ft 6 inches lot 25, blk
93 27, Belmont tract, City of
11 Pensacola ..............
11 Ed. Jones, Jr..,..Ehrt 20 ft of W 17 ft 6 Inches
28 lot* 1 to '5, blk 28. Belmont
28 trret. City of Pensacola ..
1! IEd. Jones, Jr. .....West 17 ft. 6; inches lots 21 to 25
70 all 26. bik 2S. Be!mont tract,
City of Pensacola.......
04 Walter Tate, Fr... .Lot 24, blk 21, Belront number-
14 lag, C!ty of Peasacola.. ..19
AndrE w Preyer......,Lo; 19, 20. 21, blk 39. Belmont
73 tret. City of Pensacola ..
Ed, F. Arrons,.,. .1.-r 1. blk 40, Belmont tract,
07 City of Peosacola...,....
11, Aaron Johnson and
43i H. Clayton Allec. .Lot 16 to 19. blk 40. Belmont
iL Tract. Cily of Pensacola....
4: E. L. Ptrccll.........4t.j 8 and 24, blk 40. Bel-
mean tract, City of Penaa
i o'a . .. .. .... .. .... .
5i M. E. Wright....... Lots 27. bt k 44, Belmont.
Tract, City of Pensacola

C. LeBar9 n and
S. Allen.......... uJ livided interest in lots 11
to 18. blk 48. Belmont tract
City of Peanaeola
Emma L. Rodgers..Weot 60 ft lots 1 to 4, blk 61
Bc'mont tract. City of Pen
st.cola ................
H. II. Lewi.........9 t South front by 150 ft
West of B 120. bik 72. Bel-
Uiont numbering. City of
Peanacola ...... .. ..2
Hendenrso BenJamn.Woet 45 ft lots 1 to 4. blk 73.
Itelmont numbertnLg City of
Pentaco!a .. ...... .
ltllabeth Bryaet...3cubh 50 ft of N100 by 1 0 ft
W. front, blk 76, Belmont
Numbertng, Cty of Pensa-
colt .................2
C. J. RJUIIna ........ .ct3 ;4 and 15, blk 78. Belmont
numbering, City of Peasa-
iol .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .3
Mary Thomas ..... LULt 4 blk 80, Belmont num-
S bering., City of IPesacola...X8
Oeo. B. Green, Agt .Loty 19 and 0, k 81, Belmn8o t
numberi t City of Penas
c9l.. .. ........ .. ... ..28
RIarD BrAwM....r.e ft N fout by 160 ft. 6, ft
fet of NW cor. blk 82, Bel-
,nt numbering City of
Poascola ... .. .. .. .. .
UIkowii.....,A,. t- fNraft by 10 it N cor.
S82. Belmont naumberia
SY Of of Peam.ca .. .. ..n
Ki..........N,4 Bmt frt t a l nf. 110

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21 ur lot 9 rmnua Nrt 41 4
Scuast 8M % t. Otleh
4p1 ft. West 41 ft., South
37 10 ft. west 4% ft., to
I77 .ttla u olwt of klt 9,....T- 9 30lw
Elmer a Orborn....851 ft. Sooth fropt by 12 ft.
3 169 ft. 6 inchk wests o BB
CoMrr lot 9. DB. 19. g. 707 17 2s 2w
TB. Davis...........Lot 15 less 6 acres to Board
11 1 of Heelth.. .... .. .. .... 17 3 s
H .W. Iteese........lNorth 3 ft, by 340 ft. Mof
Nair blk. on west line of
Swest % of B% of lot 3, DP
a, pg. 310.. .. ...........13 s w
UphMwn. ...... lot i sub. divisia of N%..33 Ss S0w
SE, Wyer............Lots 7 to 13 Book Z33 McMil-
3 ian divlton of North 47
14 acres of % lot 4 .. .....33 2r 30w
11 Manu-l Beekham, ama
Bitz Bponifty...,..Lot 15 B. 323 McMillan dvi-
S6 lo oof N 47 acres of E% lot
i 4........... 33 93 30w
O T, Bell .............Lot 1 B. 147 McMillan division
94 o N 47 aores of % lot 4..33 ts 30w
28 tnkow,........., ,N?4 .h 4? 1creo of E% lot 4
43 les about 12 acres., .. .,33 2s 30w
0 Unknown........... Lot l, Domanique Grant.. ...34 2s 30w
77 A. J. Braswell,..... 281 ft. by 775 ft. of !ot 2 Sonth
43 J. A. Daw, DB. 27, pg. 594..36 2s 30w
76 Jas eddick.,...... ,,1t 2 sub division lot 1.. ...37 28 0w
; E. En.;leboe,.....North $33.ft. lot 2 Mary Jac!-
21! on plan.. .. .... .. .... 51 s 3
1. W. Cahrumn..,,.,, ct 12 eub d!v. lot 3 Mary
09 Jackson plan.. ...... ... .1 $ 30w
11 W. A. Boseman.....B 30) acra of SW! of SE:4..56 2s 30w
W. P. Fordham,
alo L. Boley.....West 34 ft lot 21, Iblk 3, Old
City of Pensacola........
s6 Ned Wyer........,W, lot 40, b'k 8, Old City of
06 Pee oola .................
43 John Stoks .......Lot :9. b:k 11. Old C:ty of Pen-
sih-cla ............ ..
5 M. E. Stokes ..... South 33 ft of North U6 ft by 113
it. lots 87 and 88. bik 9. Old
03 (iv of Pensacola .......
HI. A. Grltfen.......s; th 128 ft lot 145. blk 20,
41' 01!: City of Pensacola ....
IDora Wandell..... W A lot 150, blk 18, Old City of
24 Pft sacota... ., ... .
69 Thos.De!sbunt .....Kas; (0 ft lot 246. Old City of
7C Ieniacola ...... .. ..
10 John Stokes.........East 30 ft lot 300. and W% lot
71 301. blk 17. Old City of Pen-
J3 sacola ........ . ....
Ruby Perry Hottel..W lot 323, blk 22, Old City
)f Pensacola .... .....
31 Mitchell A. Touart..Al! lct 330, blk 21, Old City of
31 -cnsaeoa .............
Annie E. May......Lont 39. Old City of Pensacola.
Maggli Ashford....Lot 98, Old City of Pensacola.
5i M.1i. )/lGit' .- iot 9, between Gov. and
11 C'-.irch streets, Old City of
rFmnnacola ............
94 Etta White ....... Lot 5. lk 0, Old City of Pen.
qeolas ...............
Mrs 3. Levy,..... East S? ft of West 76 ft, less
Sonth 60 ft Arpent lot 4?, Old
City of Pensacola........


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Men's 2-
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Merry's 2-
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S Men's 2
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if er-mnventor

We have just completed our semi-annual tock taking and find that we have left over some odds and ends of merchandise that must be sold before the
season ends; therefore have decided to make a sweeping reduction in all lines, especially so in odds and ends in clothing, shoes, etc.

piece Suits that wre $8s50,

piece Suits that were $10,

piece Suits that were $12,

ve are especially slaught.
rdless of cost.

20 per cent reduction on all Men's
Suits. We till have a nice line of
-piece Suits at this reduction in Blue
Series, Blacks and Fanesie.
50 SBue Serge Coats, were $3.00 to
4.50, all to go In this sale, $200 to

75 pairs Men's Tweeds and Cassi-
meree-will not run or fade. This is
an exceptional value at $1.35. See
About 250 pair, more or less, broken
sizes Cassitneres, Worsteds, etc., that
were $2.50 to $4, at $1.75 to $&00.


All our $3.00 Shoes at $2.50.
100 p~ilrs Men's Shoes, the $2.50
kind, at $1.95, in Patent leather, box
calf and vici This is undoubtedly the
best line of Shoes ever offered for the
money. anywhere


We have left about 100 pairs Boys'
50c quality Pants, sizes 4 to 10 years,
which we will close at 35c. They are

tough ones.

All 50 and 75c Shirts, real custom
made, 45c.
All $1.00 and $1.50 Underwear, now
A lot Men's Odd Drawers, 19c.
A lot of Men's Odd Drawers, fine, 35c
About 20 doz. Men's White Shirt,
large sizes, 16/2 to 18, which we will
close at 35c.

___________g rood mrerandise-atslauchter pAce. Com see the goods

SIPIT I ur nIIn I --(Continued from Second Page.)

: IName. Description.

outC M ,inbering, City of Pensa-
I Tn I II Tcola . f b 8 ..42 2.
L.E.: Willis .........We-t 75 ft of East 225 ft, by
150 ft, South front, blk 83,

Sl1Belmont Numbering, City of
N IV U UU VT "Peasacola ..... .......42 2s
n Aay Palmer........30 ft East front, by 120 ft, 150
ft N of S Cor, blk 83, Bel-

SSemont Numbering, City of
Should Have lewis, Who HasSeried as laemnberfNew Aplications onusacber4, Cty of
SSteogr e i Clerk's Of- Were Teci Yeterday Trutee 1. d. o O. F. Lots 9 nd 10, blk 86, Belmont
S tor en bdProsero, aNumbering,City of Pensa.
our Attenfi er the a) Pro ect ae cola.............. ...19 2i
i Penfacola .......... ...19 2s
it Mary Sott .........Lot 5, blk. 94, Belmont num-
r being. City of Pensaccla..19 2
. rentr of Erle Charlton.......Lot 25, blk 128, Belmont Num-
r, :....: i-. while it John R. Lewis, wbo has been in the 'The meeting of those who are to L-- being, City of Pensaoola...19 2
: 'iH a t- it clerk's omfce for some time in come members of the new military Pompey M. Smith.:..ILotr-l to 4 and 25 to 28, blk.
e capacity of stenographer, w a146. Bodimont numbering,
a. .a' h r ,: h. sia on. yesterday named as assistant clerk, company, .of which Prof. rmstr Cit of Penacola.19 2
in'" n: ,d the appointment bewnn made by the has been selected oaptatn, did not L. Boley...........All factional blk 153, Belmont
0" '" : ". e an, i:ay.or during the forenoon, and he meet last night as anticipated, biut ntubering, City of Pensa-
a- ', ri:,, q, sl'.t immediately assumed charge of his will hold meeting tonight, when the cola.............. ..19 2i
.; W ..... ... :idr, re or during h f oauties. hemeet ast nih nt cate Lot-, blk. 23, City of Pensa-
h h wa- ow The appointment of an assistant to mpny will be mustered into tl E h Ri rdson... ..19 22
.. nm tw11 ht found --th clerk was authorized by the city service and two lieutenants selected. Enoch Richarddon....Lots 5 and 6, blk. 23, City of
kn *h" h,> I, council at its meeting of Wednesday ; The organization of thA new cott- Pensacola.. .. ........19 2
t '.n 'acla : .e gad n ,, t when the mayor mad e a ro- pany is progressing very satisfactori- G. B. McGill..........Lots 25 and East 15 ft. lot
a *I: :. : a orc hr. n.endation tha an assistant Onl a ew more names are nee 26, blk 2, City of Pensacola 19 2
S . a in r ,,Oe. owing to the amount of work that ly. Only a few more namos are nee-I 2 City of
S- h a line C rk Merrltt now oompellede to have the number required .r Elia Alten........ Lots 19 and 20, ik. 33, City of
0 1.) p reform. mustering in and the list will be filled Pensacola.......... ...19 2s
The young ma receiving the ap- before this evening, when it is desire 1 Jas. R. McCulhgh.... East 65 ft. lots 13 to 16, blk.
S_ pointment has familiarized himself :o havp a meeting of all who have en- 35, City of Pensacola.. ...19 2!
Ar fwih he duties of the office. and is a rolled. The meeting will be for tile Lawrence Ristuccia..East 40 ft. lots S to 22, blk. 35,
S iI l lU aable aid to the clerk, being thor- purpose of taking.the last .,eps neces- City Oft Pentacola.. ......19 2s
4w T.*iE2E n L cL C hly competent and reliable in bary for mustejnjg ip. G. I. Robinson......Lot. 24, blk 35, City of Pensa-
Sv,,-vY way The rew organization will begin ts .. ... ..........19 2
f- C C G:o1-'z. C"e. Arnmperger existence under the most favorabl- L. Boley ............Ls "r 6''amn West 22 ft lot
*o**,haee) o fils pain loses its terror if you've auspices; it has the cn,'ouragemclnt 24, tk 36,'ityof Pensacola19 2s
a ,,:ti, ,of Dr. Thomas' iclectric Oil;and support of the enrie busine:-. Eph Powell..........Lot 6 and Si lot 7, blk. 37,
-- in th house. Instant relief in case's' community, and is colup).ed of so-:ie City of Pensacola.. ......19 2
R. WHIt t'c burin.., cuts, sprains, accidents of of the best young men of the city. W. J. Norman........W% lot 12. blk 37, City of
Watcnhfaker. M ant"-t.,rng Jewe anv sort. The efforts of the Chamne- of C'i'n- PI'enacola.............19 2s
cnaker. r ctrn deeed a merce in securing, this 3-'ganizati' n Unknown............Lot 34, blk. 37, City of Pen-
End Orduate Otlcl. i will surely result in providing for Pen- sacol:a.. ...............19 2s
:" '? 'e: Penca. T RING AWAY sacola a good military company. and LeTwis Goode.......Lot 13, blk. 41, City of Pensa-
-s another delnmnstration of the us-, c.olh.. .... .... .......19 2s

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FOLD. THEBLISSEN Eliza Bonitay......I.ts '2 6 nd 26, blk. 41, City of
LARGE NUMBER OF SNAKES l' onsacola ...... ..lt 19
Sr Ro KILLED BY STREET FORCE B J. E. Lawless ........W\est 50 ft. of N. 125 lot 4,
Frank Ro1s, KILLED BY STREET FORCE blk. 46, City of Pensacola..19
.t.i of Pens.- WHILE NOT HAVING BEEN SERV- Robinson.....ou 60 ft. lot 3 and of W%
E WITERI The re force of the city, wich:S. J. Robinson ...... South 60 ft. lot 3 and of W%
ED WITH PAPERS, MR. BLISS The steetn makin cr the cityw lot 2, blk. 48, City o f Pensa-
i.Pest. ho-h has been making a cru-ade for th l.19
.,'i regsr- IS OPENING PASSAGEWAY. Past few weeks, upon the weeds an Foster....... ...............19
undergrowth in all sPetions of the Perry Foster ........ N. 30 ft. of S. 60 ft. iot 6 atid
undergrowth in all sections of the of EV lot 5. blk. 48, City of
city had some exciting experiences: Penscola.......... ....19
-pctaor at The fence that Bliss built-the one,'Wedneday. ,1Alonzo Thomas.....S. (;0 ft. of W% lot 2 less 'West
after tl at finally resulted in in injunctionn While ch arin away a ot of weeds 1 fonf, btk. 51. City of Pensa-
S...-hor. to compel Mr. Bliss to tear it away, is in a low place in the western portion cola. .. .. .... .. .. ..19
\. wa, in the now being demolished. At 'east the o the city. t;l 'ten unn-rther a (len
wa in tne no a b eing demolished. A aste of moccasins, and for the space of a. J. E. Lawless........Lot 4, blk. 52, City of Pensa-
.;a.l-a. ... vii mayor has opened up the passageway, houmoccasne a kept bs cola.. ....... ... ...19
M1r :.:nts iby removing a portion of the fence hour o more wre kpt busy ki Boly............S. 10 ft lot and of E lot
-; a was a that ha been the cause of dae latest the reptiles. They reported that th Bey...........S. 1 f lot and of E lot
tR oube.number killed would easily a fill half: 2, blk. 53. City of Pensacila 19
Sy.ste- trnble. bushel measure.Mark T. Wade, Agt..S. 5u it. of N. 75 ft. of lot 1,
While Mr. Bliss has not been serve he street foreman had some diffl. and of Eh lot 2, blk. 54,
with aprs calling upon him to re-ut in making hi men keep at work City of Pensacola.. .. ....19
Mr. ra tn ofo thfe f n ich ble eiovkd a portion after they saw the numbh of snakes Thos. Stephens......S. 7 ft. lot 1 and of E% lot 2.
Swas the of te fene which block d the a that had been killed in the lace, lk. 54, City of Pensacola..19
z:- .-last week. Iac.geway of persons desiring to reach tChas. Hudgins...... East 5C ft of S 110 ft lot 1
ai.l, concert certain places, and yesterday the blk. 56, City of liensacola. .19
t: o-night in workmen of the Brent Mill Company, Benj. Johnson. S. 50 ft. lot 3 and of W. 46 ft.
;-'i:,c s cor- as well as others. resum -d their for- lot 2, B. 56, City of Pensa-
on- mnr ruote in reaching th!ir work. Brain Rd cola .. .................19
S f The case will probably ome up lat- -DrainS eparLizziee Davis........ N. 60 ft. lot 3, and of W% lot
n, )all of Ma- er when the injunction will be asked 2. blk. 56, City of Pensacola 19
n a visit to o be made permanent, uld it is also A delicious food Wm. Hamilton......West 17 ft. lot 2 and East 13 ft.
Intendencia anticipated that other proceedings will ade klt 3, blk. 59, City of Pen-
later follow. sacola. .. .... .........19
were beforeD FOOD EXPERTS Daniels and Crona..N% lot 3 and of W% lot 2, blk.
incipal counr. MANY NEW MEMERS AD-EDTHL IC, 71, City of Pensacola......19
-hi number TO FLORIDA ATHL-IC L.UB.j Chas. qYAubre......Lots 4, 5, 6, blk. 71, City of
iid. one de- Pnsacola....19
Many new members tiae recentlyL M. avs. .ot 2, blk. 73, CitofPen 9
S been added to the roll of the -.orida fcM-. Davis ....... Lot 2. bl. 73, City of Pensa-
Athh.:ic Club, which repIAe'i tne ol~i,t a N utcola.......... .....19
wo Kinds n Athletic Club. a ro the Ul Isaac Shepard, Agt..Ixts eand 6, blk. 73, City of
Wo Kmds Pncola Athletic Clab, and Irom the There reonPensacola ............. 19
outiook the club will soon occupy theta There's a reason. Pensacola .............. 19
position t did a number of rocyes ao Heny Moore, Agt...Lot 3 blk. 81, City of Pensa-
poPit lon it did a nrber of years ago /cola.......... .. .... .19
ket... hen it had a large membership. Josphine Baker....Lot 3 blk 88, City of Pensa-
** .sMonday night, when the meeting of iPens-
tthe club was held, slixren applics, cola...................19
StioEn were received for membership, Lou Bruno..........N 40 ft lot 6, and of E% lot 5,
tons were hoare eived for to buerh ears of blk. 89. City of Pensacola..19

but poor, meeting fuilb as lare a number wi 'isac Pensacola.......... .....19
vN, meats n Satisfactory Chas. H. Taylor.....Lots 16 and 17, blk. 98, City of
r places t received. Pensacola.......... ....19
ble price rk Jas. Anderson.......Lots 16 and 17, blk. 99, City of
: is fit to fendant discharged, two given sen- Pensacola.......... ...19
fences of thirty and forty days in ja'il. tat H. G. Carter, also
respectively. and fines Imposed has gen us a reputation Sam Pasco........ Lot 12, blk. 103, City of Pen-
iamountng to $25. or tu n out sacola.. .. .. .... .......19
LAUNORY WORK Mary Gerard........Lot 10, bk. 105, City of Pen-
DeFuniak Breeze: Mrs. 4. F. Brown THAT SATISFIES. aMary ... 10.
M dium returned to Pensacola last week. aftersacola............19
Mediu month's t a here wth her son, U. Better let us call for your D. B. Stennis........Lots 11 to 13, blk. 106, City of
J. Brown. Her little gr ndson, Wal- bundle. If you -do you Pensacola.. ..............19
t western Iace, accompanied hbr and will spend will get laundry satisfac- Otis Smile.........Lot 16. bkll 106, City of Pen-
ricee. Let couple of weeks In the city. on seola.......... .. .....19
Sunday's Li ie Salter........Lot 17, blk. 106, City of Pen-
Nothtng more delicious these warm The Star Steam ..o Qu ...L ..s.. .. .. ..b.... 19
days than lee ream flavored with Morris Quigley......Lots 22. 23, 24, blk. 106, City
Wle ibtbon Lemon or Vanilla Ex- of Pe.oeaola ..... .......19
and ta The "Blue Ribbon Favorl J. C. Springer ....... Lots 1 and 2, blk. 107, City of
has *M^r been equate. Ask your Sf IL GQrd* St. Phoe 11 Peaeol. .. ... ..19
grocer for BIae Ribbon Demon and Va- Penesrala, Pla. Walker A. Mims.... Lots t2 to 2, "blk. 107, City of
treet nilla. TiTa s l Flers perfect Pensaoola ..............19
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S Unknown...........Lot 26, blk. 107, City of Pen-
sacola.. .... .. .. ....19
Jas. Sharp.......... Lot 4, blk. 108, City of Pen-
4 36 sacola .. ...... .. ......19
J. D. Wetmore.......All blk. 109, City of Pensacola 19
Robt. Donald...... .Lot 3 and N% 2, blk 130, City of
Pensacola ..... .... ..19
4 66 Unknown...........Lots 27 and 28, blk. 132, City
of Pensacola.. .... ......19
Mrs. Isum Russ.....Lot 5, blk. 136, City of Peb-
sacola ............. ....19
4 66 T C. Watson & Co..Lot 11, blk. 136, City of Pen-
sacola...... ...... ... .19
Unknown........... Lot 4, blk. 147, City of Pensa-
4 03 cola.. .... .... .. .. ..19
8 27 Unknown...........LotW 21 and 22. blk. 148, City
of Pensacola.. ...... ...19
1 41 Georgiana Goode....Lot 17, blk. 8, New City of Pen-
i sacola.. .. .. .. .. .. ..
3 23 Unknown (Ann
Commyns)........Lot 17, blk 13, New City of
I Pensacola ..............
5 02 Wm. Bentley........Lot 16, blk 14, New City of
Pensacola.. ............
Jesse Swan.........Lot 9, blk. 15, New City of Pen-
1 21 eacola. ...... .. .......
Harry Goode........Lot 18, blk. 15, New City of
3 76 Pensacola ..........
Wm. Gold-tuckcr ....West 35 ft. lot 7, blk 16, New
1 37 City of Pensacola ........
Wm. Nelson.........Lot 15, blk 17, New City of
12 33 Pensacola.. .... .. ...
Unknown (Est.
3 73 Fisher)...........Lot 5, blk. 18, New City of
Pensacola.. .. ...... ...
3 23 Annie Randall......Lots 19 and 20, blk 18, New
City of Pensacola.......
7 37 Wm. Williams......Lot 3, blk. 22, New City of Pen-
sacola. .......... ....
1 61 Chas. Wright........Lot 8, blk. 22, New City of
Pensacola.... .. .. ....
6 42 Scott Douglass......S. 50 ft. lot 2, blk. 26, New
City of Pensacola........
6 54 Henry King.........S. 150 ft. of E. 24 it. lot 3, and
of W. 32 ft. lot 4, blk. 26,
1 24 New City of Pensacola...
Leslie E. Brooks....Lots 1 and 2, blk. 28, New
8 72 City of Penascola.. ......
Unknown......... N. 53 ft. lots 1 to 4, bik 43, New
1 28 City of Pensacola........
M. A. Urch..........N. 74 ft. of S. 74 ft. lots 8, 9,
10, blk 44, New City of Pen-
7 14 sacola................
Geo. W. Thompson..Lot 7 and W. 30 ft. 8, blk. 78,
1 80 New City of Pensacola ....
E. B. Sellers........Lot 13, blk 82, New City of
Pensacola.. .. .........
4 89 L. P. Schambau.....Lots 11 and 12, blk. 86, New
City of Pensacola........
J. R. Caro..........Lots 17 and 18, blk. 104, New
2 211 City of Pensacola........
A .J. Jones..........Lots 1 and 2, blk. 105, New
City of Pensacola........
2 41 Unknown........... Lot 4, blk. 105. New City of
Pensacola.. .. ...... ..
1 82 M. A. Urch.........Lot 12, blk. 106, New City of
2 41 W .A. Blount........Lot 6 and W% 7, blk. 108, New
City of Pensacola ........
J. M. Russ..........Lots 13 and 14, blk 108, New
6 84! City of Pensacola .......
W .A. Blount....... Lot 15, blk. 108, New City of
5 72 Pensacola.. ........ ..
Geo. W. Pennington..Lots 1 and 2. blk 124, New
2 90 City of Pensacola.......
P. A. Herdrix and
S. R. Thames .....Iots 11 and 12, blk 129, New
8 19 City of Pensacola ........
'L. M. Davis.........West 87 ft. of S. 137 ft. lot 14
8 56 and West part of 13, B 130,
New City of Pensacola....
Jas. English, Jr.....Lot 10, B. 131, New City of
5 72 Pensacola.. ...........
J. M. Thomas.......Lot 6, blk. 132, New City of
1 24 Pensacola.. ...........
Josephine Abdelkader Lots 11 to 15, blk. 133, New
6 54 City of Pensacola.......
Elizabeth Connell.. ..Lot 15, blk. -47, New City of
4 59 Pensaola. .............
Monroe Campbell...Lots 8, 9, 10 and E% lot 7.blk
5 72 151, New City of Pensacola.
Unknown...........Lot 13 and W% 12, blk. 151,
3 41 New City of Pensacola ....
Kate Wilmon........Lot 8, bik. 154, New City of*
3 43 Penltacola.............
A. R. Bingham......Lots 3, 4. 17 and 18, blk. 155,
4 89 New Otty of Pernacola....
Thos. C. Watson & Co Lots 18 to 20, blk 187, New
3 40 City of Pensacola........ .
Wm. Holder, also
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4 94

5 72
1 28
6 54
3 43
4 39
1 58
1 91

Eliza onniay...... Lu 4, I1K 224. 'iNew lty or
Pensacola.. ..........
R. M. Avery........E% of blk 234, New City of
Pensaco a..............
Carrie P. Avery.... All blk 286, New City of Pen-
sacola.. ..............
Georgiana Smith....Lots 19 and 20, blk 260, New
City of Pensacola........
T. J. Virgin, also
Geo. Wentworth...Lots 7 to 10, blk. 261, New
City of Pensacola.. .. ...,
T. C. Watson & Oo..All bik. 271, New City of Pen-
seooa.. ..............
C. McArthwur...... Lots 1, 2, 8, blk. 281, NDw City
of PemIo* ............
R. Ward............Lot 19 and 0, blk .82, New
City of Pacola ......
C. L. S. Lodge........Lots 14 and 16. hlk. 294. New
City ot Penascol ........
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The Pensacola Journal is on
sale at the following places in
the city:
Bay Hotel.
Coe's Book Steae.
Depot News StMad.
Gem Book Store.
Lewis House
Merchants Hotel.
Southern Hotel.
Thompson's Book Store.
Wagand Ice Cream Parlor.
Wagenhelm's News Stand.
Walker's Book Store.

When you leave the city for you
summer vacation have The Pensacla
Journal follow you. Notify cireulr
tion manager, Phone 38.

Playing a Tax
on the Breakfast Table,
After blundering around for some
time in an effort to hit upon some
method for taking care of the treasury
S deficit, the high tariff crowd have at
last come to the conclusion that a tax
upon coffee .ill raise the needful to
take the kinks out of Uncle Sam's
finances and a tax is proposed upon the
aromatic berry of 3 cents per pound.
This tax of course, would come di-
rectly from the pockets of those least
able to bear it and the favored few
who are able to purchase the more ex-
pensive grades of coffee would not feel
it. The Birmingham Age-Herald ea-
ters the following vigorous protest
against the proposed tax:
The standpatters-the renefiiaries,
:n other words-of the Dingley tariff
are in the field early carrylag a propo.
sition to be placed befo'-e Congress.
The deficit must be met in some way,
and they are especially desirous that
the sacred schedules of the robber
tariff shall not be touched. They pro-
pose, in short, that a tax of 3 cents a
pound shall be imposed on coffee. Such
a tax would bring into the treasury
about enough to meet the estimated
S deficit, or about twenty-fve million
The proposition is characteristic of
the standpatter, who has become of
S late wholly shameless. ile considers
now that he has a right to exploit
home consumers, no matter how
cheaply he sells goods to foreigners.
His assurance is only equalled by his
rapacity, and so he proposes to tax
coffee. Not even during the war with
Spain was coffee taxed. res was, but
coRfee was not, and if the standpatter
taxes coffee now he should get ready
to meet an enraged country.
Such a tax would scarcely be felt by
those who buy the fine grades of cof-
tee. but the masses, who buy Rio ot
the average or poorer grades, would
feel the tax in all its enormity. The
coffees they buy would be advanced by
S he retailer from 3 to 5 ceats a pound.
The retailer in isolated districts would
be apt to add 5 cents to the price of
peCter coffees. A party that would
put such a tax upon the masses wouad
deserve and would almost certainly
remp condemnation at the polls, ee-
edalnly when the money needed coul.l
f procured through a just revision
S a an unjust tariff.

Trolleyitis is said to be a common
release in Manila under American
faie. Natives affected with it staun
I the middle of the sidewalk and
S blo tragic both ways.

Science Has Control
d Yellow Fever.
Tbt science has at last conquered
pe yellow fever is becoming more ap-
gaent day by day. and the good work
taf is being accomplished in the city
New Orleans amply demonstrates
fn tact that the theory of mosquito
Stmmission of the germs is correct
Sa this connection the fact that yellow
S wer has been almost entirely stamp
a out in Mexico is of particular in-
Sa P. The New Orleans States at
We inday has the following to say
S relative to the disease In our sister

Sa Aossoeled Press di astch of re
at Gate from the City of Mexico calls
eaLtioa to the fact that 'he national
lRth board of our sister republle re-
myrts that there are only four cases of
Sew (ever in the whole at Mexxoo
*4I these are at Vera Crua. where the
S a*se have been thoroughly isolated

thereof. 148, City of Penmsola .. 28 2s 30w
STATE OF FLORIDA. Sec. 3. That the rights and privi- An'rew Haze ......Lot 1. blk 159, City of Pensa-
-- lege hereby granted shall be subject cola.............. 28 2s 30w
Embracing the following subjects: to existing ordinances of the City, and J. A. King.........Lot 2, blk 159, City of Pencea
T. Language and iteature-A four. to such reasonable regulation as the cola........ ..... ...28 is 30w
yearcourse leading to the degree of ublic saet ad conenenc may W. H. Scott...... ..W% lots I to 12, blk 186, City of
e lading to th e degree o uire, and as the Council may from Pensacola .............28 2 30w
Bachelor of At4s Greek is not r time to time prescribe. F.G. Renshaw......N% k 168, Pensacola8 2 0w
quired, but Is offered as an elective Sec. 4. The sald track shall not be Mary A. Stone..... 11 blk 192. City of Pensacola..28 2s 30w
used for the storage of.cars, and om Mar A. Stone. All blk 192. City of Pensaola. .3 is 30w
througooot the course.sl ot e a ed to sand same G. I Hamilton .....N% tract blk 211, City of Peo-
shall not be allowed to stand on same sacole.......... ...98 a 30w
n. General Science-Divided into except for such time as may be rea- ................8 3
three corses; 1. Chemical course; sonably necessary to load and unload G. R. Hamilton .... 8% blk 211, oy ct Pensacol.28 p 3OW
Mathematical course; Natural History the same. A.H. Paye .......South 40 ft W front oa AeU
course. No Greek and only entrance Sec. 5. That the said track shall blk 4. Do. and.1th Arpent,
Latin is required in these courses. All be completed within one year after City of e ** .. .Pens o.
four-year corps. te date of the pasage of this ordl. Margaret Kelly....North 4I ft lot 11, blk 2, DMn.
mI. Agriculture-Iour-year and two. nance, and all the right and prtvi- and 19th Arpent, City of
yar courses. leges hereby granted, unless soner Penola ..........
IV. EngIneering-Four-year course forfeited, shall contianee o th term I. L Purcenl........15 ft by 175 ft and 20 ft by 180
in MechanUicl. Civil and Electrical of twenty-five (2) ears from said outh tront beglning 292 ft
Engineering also a two-year course date. from SE cor. D. B. 32, p. 349,
In Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is Sec. 6. That this ordinance shall blk 8, Dn. and 19th Arpent
required In IIL or IV. The full course take effect immediately upon Its pa- ,City of Pensacola .....,
under II., I. and IV. lead to the de- sage and approvaL Thob P. Molony...3 ft West frost by 70 ft, 201 ft
agree of Bachelor of Sience; the short Passed August 15th, 190. North of Government street
courses to a Certificate of Proficiency. Approved Augstt 16th. 1906. blk 38, Don. and 19th Arpeat,
V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course (CA&. BUI City of Penedlla ........ ..
to be begun n September. 1906. Attest: Mkyer eo Peasasola. Unknor'..........Iot 8 and E% lot 9, blk 45, Don.
VI. Normal-Three courses for C. E. MBRITT, Clea. and 19th Arpent, Oty of
teachers: A oae-year course leading to 1Iauloaw4w Pensacola.........
a ertidcate. A threeyear ooarse lead- Unknow
Ing to an L. I diploma; A four-year LSTATE OF N. D. MAMKLEY, DE. (Eat L. Astrey)..B% lot 25 and N% 26, blS
coarse learla to the degree of Bache. OCAE. 46, Don. sed 19tb Arpent,.
aor of Pedag Nie is heseby gies that Oa the City of Pensacola. ......
An aai erp aof competent teach- Tth day of September, A. D, ISM, Joseph L Mlna.
em. A hg~h ... dlalul-xapeases tn- I will apply to the blmh le 0oaty GOamde....... outh 49 ft 4 and 5, blk 2, Don.
ancdtang board. $120 to $150 per year. Jddge of Escaabm a Ogta lart a rg aad 19 t Arpaet. City of
Fall term opem September 27, 190 a Sual dismar-f from the adminaS a Pe sacola .. .... .. .. ..
ase for mlsesL tton of said estate. L M. Oross.......2 Al# g t p l MSt blk .
AM 3W BLMIDD, President. I. W. ONOWR A, Olty of Ps .. .. 4 8 WorW
Lake City, Florida a oaeswem a Uakawa............46 by 12 4 64 tt itU

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Boys snd Glrs. Doe ---
Mi s WT OND oys H. Wit -, ........Iots to lt 19, New
Ctty of P4masls.. .....
WD "One of the verr best secondary Unknown...........Lots 16 and 16, k. 2., NS w
SscPhools is the beth. "-PrL Walter Citya_ of msca.....
L ___ Miller, Tuiane University. l2en Carry..........Iots 1 and 2, blk 36, New
The Sixth Annual esslon will be- CitJ of PaPacq . ~..
- ae mmas MamUm. ginSeptember 1, leL & M. Dt .........N ft. dl 10i ..t o
0 0 __ The Pensacola Ciasical 6 school fur lots 10 to 12 or 8W%, New
nishes the elemat a a seead eo City Nui ber ag, tblk .
SQA D PRESSi cation. New City of Ped noola.. ..19 2s 80
S It offers every advantage for prepa Jerry Leter.......Lots 1 and- Mit. 849, New
Station for the best colleges, ulversl City of Pensacol.. .. ...
ION RAT ties and scientifc schools in the co6n- Isabell Acosta......Lot 8. hit. L .3 New Cttyy
try. .ensacol....... ..
I. On Moa....0..* S 1 its instructors are thoroughly eqip Henrietta Paker... .Lot 3, blk. 11, Dallas Trat,
1 Onei Week........... I ped teachers In the,departments of ity of Pensaeola.. ....
p 10011Um40 IM-01 I t work in which they IUtrct. Unknown (Bt. Adam
The pupils received are limited to TboM p Aso)...... Lot 2, blk 18, Daias TVtmt,
such a number as will insure a care- City of Pendacola......
ful supervision of the work O ech as. s Ooleaan. At..Lots 5 and 6, blk. 38, Dallas
APEK FROM W ION A OUTAILU The individual is the unit of tnstruc- Trect, City o Peaseeola....
uT N m E SCURI cu a tion Simon Harris.......N 50 ft lot 4. blk 52, Dallas
S Student Labatories for students of Tract, City PetSnlal ...
science. Unknown ............Lot 5, Mbk 5. Dallas Tract,
At eamentSee A large, well-equpped gymnsium City of Peonacola........
o. n ao and a systematic Etorst in phystesl Unknown...........Lots 2 to 4, t.k. Dallas
culture insures a healthy growth of Tra City o Penaoedla....
the body to accompany and stegthn Unknown.......... ts to 8, blk. 75, Dallas
)AY MORNING. AUGUST 25, 1906 the mental develop m t Tract, City Pensaola....
Why send your son or daughter Srats1ityityo
away to college before pperly pre. lo Toliler.... ai 0, blk 4 City ofa3w
and not the least fear is felt that the pared for college work, when every mpsey D. Gan lt.. we lat 92ft es of N 8 ft
disease will spread. We are told by advantage for learang and more pe- Dmapey D. G1 92 t 6 inc f N
the dispatch that the remar -tble fre sonal attention are Offered here at dk C nd ofP lts 8 to 1
dom of the port cities from yellow fe-- home? .b 20, C. o .. o t ,Peu ool .... w*
er is a matter of congratulation to the ror cataloue or further Itl atlU W. C. Vanell, t....It 3. blk City of Pew ts
?Mexican health authorities who are address .c. A. T. "..." ". ..28 2a .t
now convinced that yellow fever can H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, Geo. B. Green, Agt..Ls 14 to 15, blk 22, City of
be stamped out easily whenever it Principal. Pensacola ........ ..... 2* to Ow
makes its appearance. 909 N. Spring street, Pensacola. Magge C. Gunn and
All of the ablest physicians and san-- H. A. Waters..... Lot 25, blk 22, City of Pensacola 28 Ia SOw
Itarlans in Mexico are firm bellevera Dna Porter .......Lot 3, blk 25, City of Pensacola 28 Is 30w
in the mosquito theory of Infection, fl les W WWalker ...Lnt 6blk 2. City of Pensacola.28 2s 80w
whichh was demonstrated to their per I lUf a l U Green Hines........Lot13, blk 28, Cty of Pensacola l38 3 30w
feet satisfaction by the ta3ts conduct.-anu turer Unknown..........Lot 20, blk 31, City Pensacola.28 2s 30w
ed by that eminent medical scientist, and Dealers Leslie E. Brooks ....ot 21, blk S1, City of Pen se
Dr. Agramonte. We believe It can bLUMBER LATHS, 8AW E t1YRES Unknow....... ..* a 23, c blk 32, City Pen
said with all truth that the Mexican L SHINLES AND KIN Unknown 23. bk 3...............8
medicos became converts to the mos- DRiED SAP.lcola Sall A. all.. os 21 nd 2, bk 3, Cy
quito theory of yellow fever before allie A. Hall...... ts 21 and 2, bk 38, City of
the physicians in this country were Pensacola ...........28 2s 3Ow
convinced and admitted the correct- L EGA AII ITlMi uT A. M. DeVaugha.. .West 95 ft lots 6 to 10, blk 39,
nese 6 t, hence the excellent resu'ts ia ML WW U lUm me em s City of Pensacola ........28 ft $0w
that have been accomplished by the T. H. Nelson.......East 90 ft lots 6 to 10, blk 41,
Mexican health authorities In prevent. BIDS WANTED. City of Pensacola .. ... ..8 2s 0tw
ing their principal ports from being Bids for building a Steel Bridge Minerva Dolphin...West 60 ft lots 13 to 17, blk 41.
scourged by the disease which in the across the Perddo River by ecsamble City of Pensacola ...... ..28 Is 30w
past was practically an annual occur- county Florid ad BaldwinConty re Barwell ... Lots 5 and 6, blk 42, City of
rence. Alabama, near Mu sge, Florlis, will Pensacol .......... ..28 29 l0w
We can all remember the time whe be received until October 1, 1905, a Henry M. Marshall. .Lot 10, blk 43, CIyoa Penecola.28 2s 80wh
Vera Cruz was world-famous as a ve.- will be opened by the Board of emty LJ. J ohnon ..... .East 41 ft by 102 ft of-NW%,
table pest hole of yellow fever, the Commissioners of eicambia County, blk 56, City of Pensacola ..3S 8s 30w
disease prevailing there at all seasons Florida and Baldwin County, Alabam, Tony Gibbs........S 60 ft of East 120 ft of SE%
of the year, and spreading Infection to at Pensacola, Florida ou October oth lots 21 and 22, blk 66, City o
distant points. But since the discov- 1905. Bidders must visit site, make Pensacola .............28 2s 30wh
ery that the mosquito of the stegom;ia all measurements, take ~oundlngs and Unknown ..........West 40 ft of 9SW%, blk 57,
species is the means of transmitting submit blue print with bid City of Pensacola ........28 2. 30w
infection the disease has been stamp- Plans and specifications can be seen J. and
ed out in Vera Cruz, and it has ceased at Pensacola, Aoridar in the ofce of R. E. L McCastill..Lots 18, 14, 15, blk 58, City of
to Inspire terror, because the health A M. McMillan, Clerk ot the Circuit Pensacola ............ .28 2s 80w
authorities have destroyed the breed- Court. The right s reserved to reject M. 1'. Floyd.......lots 28 and 24, bik 59, City of
ing places of the mosquito, and by any or all bids. Bids to be addressed Pensacola.......... .28 2s 30w
adopting other sanitary precaution ^ to A. M. cMillan, Clerk Board County W. C. Morris.......Lots 21 and 22, blk 80, City of
made it impossible for the fever to Commissioners, Pensacola, Florida, Pensacola ............ .28 2s 30w
spread even if a number of cases be and should be marked, "Proposals for Thos. C. Watson & Co. Wst 60 ft of lots 1 to 4, blk
imported or developed th re. Steel Bridge." t27My 64, City of Pensaola ......28 2S 80w
What has been accomplished in the Thos. C. Watson & Co.West 32 ft 6 Inches of E 65
matter of ridding Vera Cruz of tn AN ORDINANCE ft of lots 1 to 4, blk 64, City
"iebre amerilla," as the early Span. To be entitled: An Ordinance to ot Penacola ..........28 2s 80w
iards knew the disease, can be accom- Grant a Right of Way to th M. Avery........Lots 6 to 15, and N% 16, Mk
plf hed In New Orleans b, adopting Bear Company for SpurTracks 83, Ciy of Pensacola .... ..28 Is 0w
the same methods-the extermination o n a certain portion fJefro .n a D. a.ln...... 32, City o
of the stegomyla and the establish- treet n D. D. GamUn.......Lot 9 to 11, bk 93, Cty of
ment of hospitals for the Isoation of Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Pensacola .............28 2s 30w
cases that may fnd their way iptothe Council of the City of Pensacola. Chas. Lefaron ... .Lote 18, 20, 28, 24, blk 97,
city. It is well to recommend the ex- Section 1. That there Is hereby City of Pensaoola .... .. ..28 2s 30w
perience, past and present, of v.ra granted to the Lewis Bear Company, W. A. Wood.........tots 21 and 22, blk 97, City of
Crus to the consideration of those li'- ts successors and assigns, the right Pensacola .............28 2s 30W
dividuals among us of the 'doubttg to construct, maintain and use a spur T. C. Watson & Co. Lots 18, 14, 16, blk 106, City of
Thomas" class, who think they have a railroad track diverging from a Pensacola .............28 2 830w
warrant to pooh-pooh 'he mosquito track on Jefferson street, which Thos. Phalr......Lots 7 to 11, blk 112, City of
theory of yellow fever infection. Mex- the Gulf Machine Works has Pensacola ............ .28 2s 30w
ice, we are sure, furnishes them with heretofore been authorized to 4& eala ..... ..........28 2s 30w
an excellent object lesson, and one construct. (by an ordinance B. M. and A. Betts.Lots 7 and 8, hlk 116, City of
they can study with advantage to passed March 31st, 1904, and approved Pensacola ........ .. 8.8 s 30w
themselves. April th, 1904, of which the above Hal Garrison....... Lots 1 to 17, blk 116, City of
named ordinance is amendatory) at Peunsacola ............. .28 2s 30w
Chairman Shonts, of the Panama a point fifteen feet (15) south of the Celeettne MItchell...B 76 ft lots 18 to 22, blk 116,
Canal Commission, says:- A compre- south line of Magnolia street, extend. City of Pensacola ........28 2s 30w
hensve pl a n h fo mu e" f ing along Jefferson street to and J. Banks.......... West 50 ft of lots 18 to 22 and
henste plan has been formulated tor cross Cedar street. all of 23, blk 116, City of
moving 25,000,000 cubic yards of dirt. Sec. 2. It is a condition et the Pensacola .. .. .. ..28 25 30w
Until the type of canal has been deter. lights and privileges hereby granted, Chris Shinahouse..West 60 ft blk 117, City of Pen-
mined I can't say what percentage that the said spur track shall be con- sacola............. ...28 3s 30w
that figure will complete, b structed so as not to interfere, In any Lawrence Crockett.West 60 ft of E 120 ft blk 117,
that gre will compete, but t lway, or impede the tra on any part City of Pensacola ........28 2s 30w
be a big hole." Now that Mr. Shonts ot said streets, and the said granted, Charley EBeate....East 80 ft of N% or East 60 ft
has discovered that the excavation of its successors and assigns, shall at all lots 13 to 17, blk 117, City of
25,000,000 cubic yards will make a big times keep that portion of the street Pensacola .. ...... .. ..28 2s 30w
hole there is still hope that something between its rails and for eighteen L. IM. Davls......... .ots 6, 7, 11 and 12, blk. 119
e th hop t(t8) inches on either side thereof. in City of Peasacola........28 2s 30w
may be done toward starting to dig the same good condition, and repair, L. M. Davls.........Lot 19. blk 119, City of Pensa-
the hole in the dim and distant fu- as the City shall keep, or cause to be cola.. .... ............8 is 30w
tare. kept, the adjacent portions of said 0. R. Smith.........Lot 22, blk 119, City of Pen-
streets; and whenever the City shall cola .......... .. ..28 Is 30w
Nw Orlean .t t pave, grade, or otherwise improve the Mary A. Stone......All blk 140, City of Peneacola..28 2s 30w
New Orleans objects to the quaran- portions of the streets adjacent to the Geo. B. Green, Agt.West 180 ft of N% and West
tines; other places object to the fer- said track, the said grantee, shall, at 120 ft of S%, blk 145, City
er. And there you are. the same time, pave, grade, or Im- of IPensacola ........ .28 28 30w
prove in like manner the space he R. A. Oamlln ........Lots 6 to 11 OW%'4 blk
.... .tween the rails of said tracks and for 147, City of Pensacola......28 As 30w
UNIVERSITY OF THE eighteen (18) nlache on either s1le R. A. Gamlln......SW lots 1 to 5 and 24. blk 148,

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S1 1 1ft of OOlita St., blk G,
City of Pesacola .... ..42
8 19 Unknown
S7 (et. Lecy Clark)..North 60 ft lote 1 nd 2, bIt
7, City of Pensacola.. .. ..42
S23 Whitfleld Dnr.ont...Lots 6 and 7, blk 7, City of
5 42 Pensacola ........ ....42
C. W. Johnson......Lot 32 and S 22 ft, 6 inches of
4 0 lot 3, blk 10, City of Pensa-'
cola .. ..... .. ...42
Mrs. Mary Kltteelly 80 ft N front by 2I ft or N
4 36 186 ft of lot 1,, NW Cor. blk
1 511, City of Pensacola.... ..42
1 Richard Morlr....Lot 12, blk 13, City of Pensa-
cola.. .. .. .. .... .. ..42
6 70 D. H. Wilson...... Lot 13, blk 13, City of Pensa-
cola .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..42
9 02 JK. DwIng.........Its 2, 3, blk 14, City of Pen-
sacola ..............42
5 71 Unknown....... Lot 1I, blk 16, City of Pensa-
cola .. ........ ... ...42
1 58 J. K. Ewing, et ol...Lots 1, 2, 3, blk 18, City of Pen-
sacola .. .. .. .. .. .. ..42
J.. rK. wlNgt a...W 80 ft of lot 2, east 20 ft lot 3,
1 5 bMk 658, City of Pensacola.. ..42
S N.ic Nbolas....... )t 14 and 16, blk 113, City of
Pensacol ....... ... .. .42
3 2 W. Juilan Williams..Lots 1, 2, East 10 ft l]t 3, East
105 ft lot 26, and of N 18 ft
1 24 lot 25, blk 121, City of Pen-
sacola ... ...... .... .42
2 41 J. K. Iwnga, t at
also Gus Ladlner.Lots 14 and 15, blk 145, City
168 of Pensacola ...... .. ..42
Ida Z. Brown......Lot 18, blk 145, City of Pensa.
1 26 cola ........ ..... ..42
W. D. Barry......North 90 ft lots 1 to 4. and of
4 06 East 5 ft of lot 5. blk 150,
2 41 City of Pensacoha ...... ..42
J. K. Swintetal....Lots 1 to 5, 21 and 22, blk 167
1 24 City of Pensacola .... .. ..42
J. K. wing, et al..Trots 7 to 10 fract, 8% Bast of
4 06 lot D, blk 176, City of Pensa-
ola ........... .... ..... 42
4 89 F. B. Le...........ot 14, blk 180, City of Pensal
cola .. .. ...... .. .42
J. K. Bwlag, ot 1..North 95 ft lots 7 to 10 and of
1 71 W 5 ft lot 6, blk 195, City of
Pe s ola .......... ..42
1 29 Chas L. Heraa....ots l and 2, blk 201, City o
Pensacoa .. ....... .... 42
5 21 C. H. Bles.........Lot In SW Cor. section 42, D
B. 20, p. 142, City of Pensa
ola .............. ....42
4 03 Mrs. Marsen k....Iot 11 and 12, blk. 98. City
of Pemaoola. ........ ..40
2 93 M. G. Bell........... t 6, 60 ft. frot on Caro
Avenue by 400 ft. to Bayou,
3843 City of Peneasol........40
Morris Bear, M. al..Lsi 1 to 10, B. 2, Water
S2 voat, City of Pensacola....
1 45 P. R. ILHay ......Lo 225, B. 26, Water rot, City
of Pensacola.. .. ......
Fred Woeoard......Wet pat lots 7, 8, B. 34,
3 ST Water PFrot, City of Pean
secots.. .. ........
1 24 B. T. Davis,.......Part B. 28 31, 38, DB. 23 pg.
610, Water Pront, City of
1 24 PenSaols.. ..........
B. 1Sanders......Lots 4 to 6. B. 52, Water
62 Front, CRy of Pensacola..
Mrs. Mary Kittkley.30 I W front, by 120 ft 8 of N
6a 135 ft, blk 11, Oty of Pensa
ola ................ 42
1 24 C T. Bagtt........lt 9, bik. 1, lot 24, blk. 32
1 16 Woodruffs division of 6
1 11 acrs of NW%. of SW%.... 5
F. R. HansoK......5.88 chains by 8.50 chais
62 chains between Maylas and
62 Woodruff, lots 1 and 2 ad-
jining on Bouth all in NW
% ot SWA... .. .. .... 5
7 17 Unknow............Lot 101 and l % 102, Houses
division of SWA of SW%
west of R.R....... .. .... 5
T J. aG. adber.......0 feet B. front by 100 ft., 20
Inches saoth of N Corner
Of d of SW'%.... ......
Susan MeDomald.....50 ft. I. front by 105 ft., 20S
SIt. SBoth of NR Corner of
6 .W W 'of vW%.. .. ...... 6
Illian BL OM tln .....0 ft. & front by 210 ft., 300
Sft ef N Corner of SW
of SW% .. .. .. ... ..... 5
S33 J. .w Wlte...t, p Cl. A. front by 210 ft.. 717 ft.
Ejt N Corner of SW% of
1 n J. L Ca ......*. tea b t by ..........
Sof IW Cor. of SW of
S W. J. P" *..... ftr ..... bit.
iT 'S Neir City of Peascta.
L. Bo.liy..... ....ARct bik. 1, Belsmoau
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Owensboro, Ky., Aug.23, 1905,

The Lewis Bear Co. Pcnscola.

For the ninth consecutive year the government has just awarded

us the contract to supply Green River exclusively for all the U. S.

Marine hospitals tQuality tells*

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a-rtec his appeal for peace to the
:.roan of the Roianoffs, to the
autL- (,f the dream of reduced arma-
meao and universal peace. Ambassa-
:or Meyer' three-hour audience w ta
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t 'very time wnen thie .empotenw v nU Everyone who has visited the lower W % 1--UllWlllll
* .ries at the wy y.ard were explain- east coast during the summer knows
.i to ach ,ma)er heir odrrthconcildab-e that the mosquitoes make life a bur-
1t. ,'cnco' e may h. n proved the oWe- NWnl tnited den toththe residents of that section. c Chinese i ha Refuse
t ._ ..e r Mr. Nleye7 '-eceirefl trom I NU But this summer they seem to be Hf t
Lr. r. aseprVSat Mir Meye ceived rm even worse than ever, says the Tampa
ip ., b s already in Sts Iisum yw It Times. W o rGie. F gt to twamer
l'-IeiiUi R,>,s. -. N -ession and As noted recently, the big dredge
lie in- in a p.otion today' to determine StFlorida which was sent to that sec- Manchuria for Hong
l, ni sTep If thb emperor deciigne tion several months ago to do some
b;i i'. : :o yield. :Iir, may ble ::tll dredging was compelled to return to
mi,. turn to Tokio l r a last ap- By Associated Press. Jacksonville, ad the crew could not
,(, -,, f -,., $30 000 "o or $400.- Portsmouth, Aug. 24.--4t can be stand the mosquitoes. Captain Wil. -
. :. ,.r than p ro'r: war in- stated now with absolute positiveness liams, the engineer of the dredge, is By Associated Press.
an.i .1f a t the (,. o n::.lioa n -1 .. wat a peonow in Tamnpa, and his stories of the Yokohama. Aug 8, via San Francis-
:. :I and thoi.sar.n of vh no that it was the president s personal experiences with the pests are cer- co, Aug. 24.-The anti-American Chi-
m Li-ty that she will ever be- able. message to Emperor Nicholas yester- tainly amazing.
wr.acever her mil rary -'ucc'ss. To day. delivered to his maiesty in per-. As a matter of course the east coast nese boycott, as_.legraphieally re-
Sr. tiribite from be b burly adver-, son by Mr. Meyer. which was coir.- papers would( not' exaggerate the ex- ported, has reached Yokohama. Tho-
4 v. ;. Punicated to M. WVtte and Baron Ro-, tent of the plague-for so it must be first indication of ts presence was on
Now at Tokio, too, in :ie struggle s*n Tuesday afternoon at the navy regarded-but here is an item f1am July 20, when local Chinese refused to
.. infl"tric of the ne'-ral powAr-. yard. The president desired that the Saturday's issue of the Miami Me-
S:thr-.a' of financip s can b, usslan plenipotentiaries should be tropolis, which gives an idea of the ge ay freight t the steamer Man-
".rU, heWar to force 1he comb'h-. apprised of the step he contemplated: conditions: churia, due to le4We for Hong Kong
'r- '-a c.sav the bloody strife wh;in and the fact that they, as understood.1 "The yacht Mystery, Capt. Charles on the 28th. The reason stated by the
;a- ;oeein going on for nineteen approved of it is siguicant in the ex- Meloy. with Engineer W. J. Krome, local Chinese was that no coolies at
III ,;i(ntr mi. Fresiolent Roosevelt until and others of the F. E. C. railway ex-on Kon wouldare to schrge
Financieys Potent. iTues~'a. had confined himself to com- tension.,operations aboard, returned Hong Kong woubf 'are to discharge
The flranc!e-r. of the world are as ninicating with MV. WKte eid Bar- to port yesterday afternoon from the such a cargo. .
,*O-.n as rations. No country ca10or Kaneko. His role was unofficial. lower coast where they have been The movement i'owly continued un-
'7, :uc: m5iiary campaign winh an Hie had not put himself in direct com- for the past week or ten days. The tl on Sunday, At tst 6, a meeting of
,up war che>' The money m are' nmunication with St. Peterborg and Mystery came directly through from representative Chinese wis held at
,f -'P wo-id have airealnv howr a Tokio. '-ow be has made his appeal Key West with the exception of a few
- -.. clobs their -ors to Ru- officially, personally as the head of stops yesterday at the various camps the Chinese hall of commerce. Yoko-
i un. she makes pea'e. In conse- one state to the head of another, to on K.vy Laro and Long Key. hmas, 'when the proposed boycott was
.-r. Ru-s6a only the 'he other day Emperor Nicholas. If it has failed In speaking of the trip Captan Me- considered under'five heads. These
-':: to raise an interu.: ional lo0.1 There still remains a last appeal to loy said that the mosquitoes were so were banking, shipping, insurance,
.t $' r.io, It me with uttle r. the emperorr of Japan. To-day superfi- bad that they dared not go ashore atnes of business and employee
i:., though tre i. plenty of ially at least there is a pause. Mr. any of the camps, but had to anchor other Vnes of business and employes.
o-Thereport Is that as hen Wite and Barou Rosen were off at 10) ,a the stream while boats from the There was much eloquence from the
r.; wa' ah re th t -easurv had~.clock in an automobile, announcing shore came to them. They burned ten organizers of the pUUeting who talked
: an issue ot paper. hie tha: they were going to Magnolia to pouno's of insect powder on the trip of ttriotism and the necessity that
gold serve for paper i hunch with Baroness omen at the up and had to keep the boat closed the hinese resienta of Yokohama.
.'mains. .o is n- large t Russian embassy. They expected to and screened to keep the pests out a great port, should fall nine with
It makr. ould snrtl go rn urn to-night, but might stay over that literally filled the air. their brethren elwre. Finally, It
or< uepr, couad shortlb force until to-morrow. A little accident oc- "The men at the camps are protect- was resolved:
R.. a n upon the uaper bas urrd just before they left which may ed as much as possible with screens First, not to deal in American goods;
S..a a n. Witte rescued her. Ap l o may not be siglflcant Mr. Pierce. and smudges, huge fires and smokes second, not to ship any goods on
... -,, pond to aplaese appeals the assistant secretary of state. was being burned all the time In order American steamers (more particularly
,. would proha hiv pace .apnn hastily telephoned for ana' came to the that the men can pursue their work to Chinese as Chinese relatives would
Ser worse positionext few e cdays wil hotel at 9:20. He was with M. Wine of grading. Old settlers announce be punished); third that any Chinese
r in the next ew days will r 20 minutes. When they left Mr. without hesitation that the mosqul-. merchant doing such business through
Prove at. powerful. Pierce dismissed the visit with the ex- toes are the worst this year that they another would be dealt w1h as if the
..-- -- --- plantation that it was only to make ar- bave ever been and they predict that business had been done by hm;
GROWNG IN POPULARITY. rangements about the trip of Mr. there will be no relief until the fall urth, not to do businessrancit comh any
......No"i..... Witte and Baron Rosen. But 25 min.- hurricanes set in." American banking or insurancee com-
The More People Know Newt' Her- utes are rather a long time and there Over on this-the west-coast the pany; fifth, home ndulgence to be
cide the Better They Like It. is a suspicion that Mr. Witte deliv- mosquitoes have not been at all trou- granted on account ofthe goods to be
IJe mor. it (lec,,.. known the bet-: e-ed to Mr. Peirce a communication blesome this year. In many respect shipped to ports whither none but
10: 1: Is liked. On. b-.tle sells two.:for the president. -in nearly every respect---the westAmc nteam .rsth plyessixt .ns,
"d *hose wo -"' f,r. Newbro's There is a report whtih cannot be coast is incomparably superior to the se r. the resolutions to
-pd i.- wha' w, are talking absolutely contrmed that late lat east coast. besn.ect .. a o a vhi e emfloyes
. 1: c.ean.. "h scalp of all dan- night Baron Komura and Mr. Taka- The matter of Chines we empopoed
jeft striving t h c cause. sa Ittle htre were at the navy yard. If this :s leaving their r posts was postpone
r "r r pa:z-is-. prevents the true it is possible that =he president standing. c- dn e of they rcop under contract
r ir i.:tofT. A. a hair dressing had some communication with them As the conference had sat on seven c d that tey were under contract
it 1. r..,g.,!,: oulgh to be found after hearing from Mr. Meyer. different days when he isid seven of to their employers. _-d if they were
"" r.o, l khh i L stops falling; It seems that soocall.d protocols the protocols had been signed, tour tei it wl ma thai a fund had
.a,: a..; ,- ven'- baldness. It should signed at yeste-day's sessions of the yesterday and three previously, the t i at was e a, Se hai to pro-
be -, ,wcasionally. as a preventive conference were not pro')cols at all hasty conclusion was drawn that ne .been et'-bh ^~lha bnt the compra-
Sprot .. h* soalp from a new invai- in the proper sense of the word. Thev meant the protocols of seven articles ve ,selr casome documentary ascompa-
k- ',* 't dandruff microbe. Sold ay were simply what in diplomacy are only had been signed. dosrance fro r Sanome documentaghary as-
,V A iA.'mnbere druggist and' called the processs verbal" or minutes There ar more Chinese than people
S-ca-y. 121 S .7alafox street. Pen-; of the meetings. In Russian they are A blessing alike to young and old; of any ohe foreign nationality In
S'a ,end ]lc. in stamps for called --protocols" and as the Russian Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild btraw- o ama, the latest census giving
,The Herpicide Co., Detroit, secretary made the announcement the berry. Nature's specific for dysentery, 7 1 ko ha movement has excited no
word employed led to a misunde- diarrhoea and summer complaint. particular flurry here, though there is
S_ some talk among cert.iL Americans of
retaliation by withdrawing patronage
that business, and establishing an
American tailor. The boycott, it is
nOlAOUE1 ClEI Llfeared, may injure the shipping co)-

I SPECIAL REDUCTION ON PIANOS panyseverelyIfitis longmaintained.

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

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

Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, S275. Regular price,
$325. Terms, S10 Cash, S6 per month. Bring the
S10 with you. Stool, Scarf, Music and two years' free
Stunning. The Best Piano ever offered for the money.-

11' A S
hitter AMIuiLic EIcoisx.
F. E 12 11 U? Pguir 1t4et P'enss ,Fig.
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41 *,

After Tars of t spakable Torture
ed e W Ia el a ai a, sheAfterl eeut
a Va., li Lest All Faith.
DES MOINES, Iowa, Sept. 7 1003.--lam )JU
other one your reemdy has cured, and I wam
to tell you about it.
y attention w called to the 3 D's by a dis-
rhla in y dow led's window, Reed Hurlbnd
tcd after ookis over h cures there shown
dr-mdd ast once to try it. "hving little faith ln
Snytbhin." My trouble was Eczema on he
agers under the atle. s d particularly the
Irat Joltt: t ski would look salded and the
t1: cells would oo00oet like spongo under
the is: as ine theft Woold be s very % d
odor with the dsaerg- I tried everYthing
could hew of. s4 went to six doctors, two o
siem belg Intimale fleaj They 14did e y-
stiW thb a ps bt l~iO4 d studied thin
. Lut o so uMe. T otere dotonr thought
thyr uMI c bsy a irelg r our'e of treatment.
ioxt( 001otoo relief. i things bad ben
Cosian D' we'v two MstR w oen to my
onfort a p 's eanse O my hinda. our
remod a me owis amen twodays tn any
f te x dootom efoted in over two years.
and ltelde f two wks Ibd oew healthy skin an
aLdf myooaertn a aal termed them m
I tIso wish to ay tsat a one of the Ox.
oMar me as good as e bave in D. MI., and
tbht my two friend s hb prescribed your re'
Odlr thet 1 iattre srtaction for the v"st two
yea. orstae my re. Don't let the formula
eve oW to e graT.fo, r Aummsv's aak&
I w s you all tbe smaaes in the world and
hope to t e to direct ore susfrers to po.
So mamyastolhaacgures have been
effected by ). D, D. Prescription-right inl
this city-amsong people we pWerasona
khau y& u own neighbors probably-that
it is nrpriing that any one should continue
to sar with Eczema, psoriasis or any
kindred disease. Call at our store and we
will give you the nmes and address f
chronic umrh a OW cred.



AVtst 23

~,By Aeeoated Prm.
Pilatdelpa, Aug. 24.-Chicago de-
feated the. Philadelphia National. La-
gue team today after twenty innings
of sensational play. Only two other
games in the history of the major
baseball leagues have gone over tn's
many innings. Neither side scored un-
til the thlrteenth inning and nearly
every member of both taams figured
in sensational plays.
Southern League.
Nashville 8, Birmingham 7.
Memphis 8, Little Rock 4.
At Chattanooga: New Orleans 5,
Shreveport 0.
Montgomery-Atlanta, off day.
American League.
Detroit 2, Washington 3.
St. Louis 2, New York 1, (first
St. Louis 1, New York 3, (second
Cleveiand 0, Boston 5, (first game)
Cleveland 6, Boston 8, (11 innings;
second game.)
Chicago-Philadelphia, postponeJ,
National League.
Philadelphia 1, Ptttsburg 6 (flrst
Boston 4, Pittsburg 7, (second
'Philadelphia 1, Chicago 2, (twenty
Brooklyn 0, St. Iouis 4.
,New York 8, Cincinnati 0, (first
New York 6, Cincinnati 6, (secoia
game; called end ninth Inning account
South Atlantic League.
Savannah 3, Charleston 5.
Jacksonville 8, Columbia 2.
Augusta 5, Macon 2.



By Associated Press.
Nagaski, Aug. 24.-The British
steamer Haralong and Japanese trans-
port Kingio collided Tuesday in the
Inland sea. The transport was sunk
and one hundred and sixty men


g B y gg
5 rew &




Phone 109.

Druggist and Apothecary. 121 S Palafox.




Special to The Journal.
Beulah, Aug. 24.-- rops are looking
well in this locality, and everything H o
planted promises to make satisfactory
r returns for all labor and care that has
!een bestowed upon it.
This community has been -tirred by a We can ae yud s
h,,. burglary, con:mi:ed one night last you If you desire a first-clas Plana
week, by which Mr. Hill Bailey lost New Pianos from $100 to $600.'
nearly '2J30 the thief or thieves get- Be sure to see the Baby Plano-
rir.g in t:( !r work some tirne between smallest regular Piano made for young
So'clok and daylight. As soon aand old alike, $100 to $175.
12 clockan alight.As soon a I will pay you to call or write us.
:,Ir. Bailey discovered nis loss hepro-
cured dogs to track the parties, our

t'ving to a rain coming before he gos
the dgs. the track they could do noth-
ig, so there is absolutely no clue :o
work upon.
Born to Mr, ani@ rs. B. Malone o0
T Iwsday, August l#th E son.
Mrs, Johnson, of Baldwin country,
i making her daughter Mrs. B. Ma-
lone a v1it this week.
Mr.ald MMA. Vaurossom, of Pensa-
cola, w lcB gUatlSt the home of Mrs.
'Va:rossdm's pare*l, Mr. and Mrs. An.
drew Garrett, last Sunday.
Mrs. Eliza Busby, of this place, ie
spending a few days with her mother,
Mrs. Ray, of Bayou Moccasin. She i's
in very poor health and thinks a few
days visit with her mother will do
her good.
Sabbath school was well attended
last Sabbath and I believe it is doing
a great deal of good for the young
of this community; and the oder ones
seem to enjoy it just as muoh as the
Rev. James Briars preached an ex-
cellent sermon at the Baptist church
last. Monday evening.
The young people of Beulah will
meet at the Baptist church next Sat-
ulrday evening to organize a debating
and literary society. Everything that
pertains to the betterment of the com-
munity should be encouraged and we
hope there will be a good crowd Wf
old as well as young.
C -_ A


Special to The Journal.
Bagold, Aug. 24.-The schooner
Donna Christina, Capt. A. Axelson,
is at Bruce's dry dock overhauling.
When through she will be loaded by
the Stearns & Culver Lumber Co for
Belize, British Honduras. Capt. E. E.
Staunders's big sea barges Ben and
Peter are also at Capt. Bruce's dock
being overhauled.
The mill company has put in elec-
Iric lights for all parties who wanted
them on Thompson street. The lights
are good and rates reasonable.
The work on the Odd Pellows pa-
;vlion at Oakland is progressing very
Mr. and Mrs. J. i Creary and child-
rYn left for their home in Corinth,
.'iiss., Wednesaay.
John B. Vaughn and daughter, of
century visited his son, J. B. Vaughn,
mnd family this week.
Miss Olga White, of Pesacola, via-
:;.Id her brother, Conductor Carroll D.
white and family last Tuesday.
Mrs. M. H. Savelle and children ar-
*itod from Mobile Wednesday on a
;sit to her mother, Mrs. L. P&ooley.

By Associated Press. Ym 1 k a |
New York. Aug. 24.--lcensed by OI o l b Cured. It of the deat of Rmod Wi
lack of attention In a well-known up- may take time, but the inMtant a l-. Unite,, States quartermaster ser-
town restaurant last nit a man o ant, stationed at ?nrt Barrancas.
athletic mould, who said be was ol.! the remedy is applied to the injured ,ached here yesterday. He died un-
atoweticamouldt whaid ni e was m o t
Tazewell Ellet of Uchmond, Va., gave skii thee Isrelif from that p .ectedly. death being Attributed to
battle to several waiters and caused a; convulsions, and occurred at his home
stampede of diners to the street. Po- 'Wrm> aiU, itel. (,n Grady .street In Atlanta.
lice who interfered were badly mauled The deceased W bas orn n Germany,
by the colonel and it required the joint WI ARAT and served with distinction in both the
eflorts of five bluecoats to land him ir. L, L S Pm -etui l civil and Spanlsh-American wars.
the station. wI s "I r W" Twoof his daughter are well known
Just what started the battle is not WM'OIb O a nawr w Ih 9 m in this city. They are Mrs. Alpha
known. The unusual noise attracted'! S VFteO m Hilliard and Mrs. F:orence Pfeiffer.
a big crowd around the doors and thbet I= W, He also leaves a wife.
police had to force their way. They 8a g I h on a "O.; Death occurred on the ?9nd, and the
found the irate colonel chasing the remains were interred the ay follow-
waiters in all directions. He was "Write the Medlcal Department, D. ing in the M~ional cemetery.
dragged to the sidewalk and on rca- D. D. Company, Chicago, for free con
Ing Broadway he turned on his cap- nslttiot and adee." Scrofula. eak rt Om, erysipelas an I
tors, knocking four of them down la other dstreeng ertptive diaes' a
quick aueion.e Resoer w were a jI b rman yiel1 quiek y pder saiwt att to the
poweed by the Irelfeeet iT s M ailing B Ltteu.4 *
soverea "t hea reitttoermense. i **Blood MOMe


PHONE 476.

12 E. Government Street

Morris Dannheisser, Proprietr.
12 West Zarragossa Street.


Old Hickory Whiskey


Offce, Brosabham butldlagnt.
to Pensacola Busines College
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pensacola, Fla.


The Home

This Fall.

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

Gem Book Store
C. R. Johnon, rop.

GULF C r y

Cleaning &Dy4


ldlse and Gent's (othli
dyed and repaired. Goods a
and devered.
Pa...e N. 1- Pe.
I~ ~ IL ~i~FL


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The people of EscambialCounty,
as well as $the man actures gen*
rally, look upon us as the drug
leaders of this part of the coun-
try, Hence, everything in drug
store goods comes to us first,
and people come here first for
their drug store needs. They
have learned that that saves
time and trouble and is most

Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.

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PYins s M

Swo operop ful power of Lydia E
ST ImhaLadm's Velgetable Compound ove
Sie iseses of womankind is not be
eam it is a stimulant. not because if
Sa palliative. but simply because it i
te most wonderful tonie and recon
i sretor ever discovered to act directly
upon the generative organs, positively
hearing disease and restoring health an
'Marvelou. cures are reported f
all parts of the country by women wh<
have been cured, trained nurses wh<
S have witnessed cares and physcianI
who have recognized the virtue of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and are fair enough to give
creditt where it is due.
If physicians dared to be frank and
1 pen hundreds of themwould acknowl.
edf that they conatantty prescribe
S Lyd PInkham's Vegetable Comrn
pond in severe case of Temale ills, a
: : they know by experience it can be re
lied upon to effect a cure. The follow
Setter proves it.
8. C. Brigham. of 4 Brigha
S'rk. Fitehburg, Mass., writes:
t givesB mereat pleasure to my that 1
hwa found Lydis Pinkhfm's "Vegelabl
Spsnd very efficaious, and often pre
clbeIt in my practice for female difflultie
"y oitdsaughter fond it verytbme
Sdal ter te tr n mne time ao, and ma
= gast daughter i now takin it for a fe
-1N *W@ke and Js surely _itni nn i alt
U I dvrtdroct ift a mast relbe s
-e Itn B M to whicb women amr b
est, and give it honet endowment."
Women who are troubled with pain
fil or irregular menstruation, bloating
(or fatulence), leucorrhea, falling, in
tlammation or ulceration of the uternu
ovarian troubles, that bearing-down
feeling, dizziness, faintness, indiges
Soam, nervous prostration or the blnea
S sold take immediate action to wad
off the serious coaequenoea, and be
restored to perfect health and strength
by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veweta
Sble Compound, and then write to Mrs
'irncham, at Lvun. Mas., for farthe
re &advice. 1o living person ha had
t'. benefit of a wider experience in
L'-" treating female ills. She has raided
S thousands to health. Every sufring
woman should ask for and follow her
advice if she wants to be strong sad
tK i welL

I__ -- --- ----

Whet Your Appetite
and then come to
the Old Reliable



where the best is
alway obtainable.

All kinds of Fish, Soft Sh l
Crabs, Western Meat-


Pipe Sale

The largest assortment of
4ipe in the city. Big
emsignmet just received
md must be sold at once
to get them ont of the


Fresh Bread daily and
resh Boasted Coffee. Ice
Cream and Cake ororers
tor parties and weddings
a specialty.






U~=- Moe&&- --

VV f M Wo 8
t.:, h heard and Done Amon3 Faise Who Ga, Comn
| nc TarryewWomnen and Society, Here and Elsewhere

I. Daisy W,-lsh ano' Mr. Ebert Eggart
t who received a silk fan and a silk urn-
S LITTLE BROWN SHOES. br. lHa. Mr. .linimn Smith a:d Miss
SHer little brown shoes are all rusty, Cornel!a W l',h were awardcdl the
and worn, second prize a bottle of perfume.
And crumpled and frayed are the
i strings, Maiss Liza Gld's friends will be
And though a small rent on the vamp glad to learn that shi: is now able to
a has been torn be up after several weeks 'f typhoid
o They are dearer than all earthly fever.
o things.
a i Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Joyner entertain-i


All Facial


In One

Iaut~lola it th' oly ha-mip-4tq nre;4a5;t
lion that uidt q .id ,terste.,4%Lt.
fteilal bi taihe*. trmced4 of #,&r xrrrry. 1
neppand exvplr..rer Aft.' a f .t 4 p-- I(;;
It' J) Atf RpauttiD'A. l'-alt, ..fl t ','tf71 .
an'I wei't fm'o-:4.... a mala':? ... Ir.ru t t*-
Ievivinp the oin -.rt. e ,S it nd TOV -I..
n-tt m wti''kle -ir ii,.ei ti re ;in a n' a t,
(.. i-1 .idordt~ d ?o.v ti t m.ri t i yrarm..rilt'
(,'h-nti-t. and Kxio'rt I n trmtt og.l-tiq. It
II&lAstyin .fa 1 jp 4W. I, ~ et.b1 Aitir fUl ta --.
-,tt youtlifuli At t-irtv and ~tifty x4 the I ver*





And Will Nt Follow the Custom
of Former Judges By Taking
Up His Residence in

f II. ied at their home on Gregory street' alt tlnty lo tle(l by n witi 'h ,u.
k-1' Wednesday n i ht in honor of their, m worndsrfult uitf BHetri',l ro-- ",'" Judle Francih B Carter, who is now
a Her little brown shoes never tracked sister Miss Emma Joyner of Bagdad. FriCKLEs. BL\c'KHKrl4. PIM"LE; ; I judge of :his districtt, will not talk --
on the dust. Progressive Euchre was the game of 1 stA '[DISFIGULN his :es:lne in this city durn
I Never brushed the bright dew from the evening anil was greatly enjoyed Il,.N ricel nt. KVI I B 4 R histerm w of'. but n the c.'i-
t- i flowers, b, the twen: -seevu guests present to GUARANTEE',. t.ari will make Marianna his home.
e But they simply wore out, as little meet Miss Joyner. For sale by leading d*rugailcts )r sent It has been rho custom in the past
S shoes nust, E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO.. lor judi. of the district to resie 'n
S When danced through glad baby Mr. and Mrs. Klusmier and a'augh- Dept. St. Louis. Per.sacV:a. although it was n.-t requtr-
S hood hours. ter Miss Virieo of 603 b. Gadsden, lef: PFer:tio a Io',k nailed freupon epquo t everd of 'thea it do siro. Pti la, nowr-
SyeCsterdlay 1, f:or a visit of six ever, being the inrest itly in -. e ir-,
HI. weeks !o Mammoth Cave, Cincinnati,' _u_ t, antl nere ta:ere is more co'rt 4
* Niagara Falls and Toronoo. b- Sitbusiss arnd betterr ar(.onmodations -
These little browr shoes were the first j LET US FURNISN for visi iig attornfeys. rhe judges nave .
T that she wore, Mrs. W. R. Nickel of Montgomery YOUR always made their hon i < nre. F,-r
And they pleased her as pretty Ala.. formerly Miss .Mary Prater, a many years however, :he judges of .
shoes do. rived Saturday morning and is spend-' IC E C EA M the court have resided :ere previo',l
1 All dear little girls with their feet on ing a few weeks with relatives. ICjI to appointmennt. Judge Reeves was -
r Life's floor. ,he only one ,o be appointed from out-
Aa2, their hands at the Door of the Mrs. C. W. Merritt left Thursday kING UP side of this .county. and he moved here *
h Blue. on the noon train for Monteagle. sho;1tl afterwards.
Tenn., on a visit to her parents, Mr. It is understood that Judge Carter's
IV. and Mrs. J. C. S. Timberlake of As-' l osse s Ie Cream ractory c ason for resigning from the ',l-
sembly Iln. preme bench was to return to his home *
One evening there came through the PHONE No. 1104. in Marlanna. where he -esided pe-_
dim shadows gray, Mr. O. H. Smith, Jr., is now conva- Corner Zarragossa and Tarragona Sts. vious to going to Tallahassee.
r Troops of Angels all whispering lescing and able to be alaut his room. CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
The beautiful story of heaven's sweet' Rev. P. H. Whaley rector of Christ
May, church left yesterday for Suwanee, CfN.U V R
And the words that a baby loves so. 'enn.. on business connected with the B ISPRI S
University. 1 P1 !
,The bright little six months old son Soecial to The Journal.
. So the dear little one with loving. of Lieut. and Mrs. J. I. Bryan, who has Century, Aug. 24.-Mrs. Henry W.
bright eyes, been sick for some time is still quite Perkins. a most estimable lady and
S Slipped the little brown shoes from ill. Special to The Journal. wife of our fellow townsman, Mr.--
her feet, intng M Henry W. Perkins. died at her home.
a And followed God's messengers into Prof. J. B. Lockey principal of the ff Springs, Aug. 24.-Mrs. Mag- n this place last Friday evening and
I the skies, High School, wvho has spent the sum- gle McDavid and children have re- tis place last Fda evening a
S Through a white path of asphodels mer at the Univert.ty of Chicago, turned home from Jackson, Ala. was buried Saturday afternoon at the
sweet. is expected to arrive in Pensacola Mrs. Drew Williams, of Pensacola, L ematon cemetery t
September 3. was a pleasant visitor here Monday. Itte May Matthews the nine year
VI. Mrs. R. W. Brooks and daughter, old daughter of Mr. Jeff Matthews.
.Rthe head millwright in the big mil,
IMrs. John Denham left yesterday on Miss Esle, returned to Pensacola this the head millwight in the big mill!
Oh, dear little girl of that strangely h n train for Boston where she evening after a pleasant visit her ded last Sunday afternoon and was
dumb throng, wi!l ne the guest of Capt. and Mrs with relatives and friends. buried Monday evening at the Bluffi
Do you know how my sorrow be- Gaugh. Mrs. Webb, of Wallace, Ala., was Springs cemetery.
TMr.. Parker has returned te o
dews i here this week visiting her parents, Mrn Ar N' Parker has returned toi
The place where I feel that your feet Mrs. W. S. Keys r and children left Mr. and Mrs. Cowart. Century and again assumed the posti-
still belone vserarday for a month or more in Vir Mrs. D R. Coley was called to tion of manager of the mercantile de-
In the dear little ruity brown sh gnia whore they will be joined by Brent yesterday to see her mother, apartment of the Alger-Sullivan Lum-
-Lollie ele wyie, in Atanta Miss Keyser. 'Mrs. Crary, who is vesy sick. her Company.
nal. There was an ice cream supper at Miss Eva Vaughn, our deputy post-
--L G L'Mr. Alexander has been ordered the residence of Mfs. Douglase last mistress, is off for a short vacation'
LOCAL GIRL'S PICTURE back to the Hamilton and Tieut. i W. Friday night which was very much visiting friends in Pensacola, the navy
AMONG SOCIAL NOTABLES iBran is azin in command of the cnJoydd by the young people. yard and other places.
OF A'S.4BRY PARK. Penros which goes on patrol ty Mr. Clark Chavers was shipping Mr. Fern ay we are gladto note
Aniong tahe illutrniions of the annu-' to-day between this city and the Per- soe ver ine sweet potatoes ester- o usi c a illness
bal carnival which i; a regular fea- dido river. day. ots T Tness -
ture of the seas;in at Asblury Park, N. A series of meetings are beingheld M. T. Tracy, the popular and
J. which ap, earte in the Suniay Mrs. H. H. Tho-rton left Thurslav at the Byrneville M. E. church by the efficient ill foreman the Alger-
c.dtion of the New York Herald, ws' noon for Now York to remain during pastor, Rev. 1owrene. Sul n Lumer a visit to friends jand
a picture of Miss Anna Rosasco of September and October. Returning Mrs. Will' Bonds and children, of returned from a visit to friends and
this city who is one of the maids of Mrs. Thornton will spend a week or Pensacola. are here this week visiting his old home in Western New York.;
hcinor to the qu en. Miss (lara T-rese two In Washington with her sons. her'parents, Mr. arfd Mrs. P. R. Mc- Grga whent froe was to b orh
Hahne of East Orange. N. J. j Neal. Georgia where he was joined by his
Th:e mal' of honor are Miss velynI Mr. H. C. Bullard and bride, former- Rev. B. Brooks, who is at present wife and children and made several!
Deer;ng of Brooklyn, N. Y.. Misss LDa siy l Miss (er;trude Lawronce Irvine of employed here by the railroad corn- the stops at p in Indiana and
Lindson of Costa Rica. Mis Irenel Charlottesville. Va.. who were mar- Irny, will preach at Pleasant Hill Ohio. re reaching the old home. Mrs.r
,M(Goldrrlk (If Brookl'n, N. Y.. Miss!s rkd Anust 17, arrived Saturday mnd Baptist church Sunday at eleven, a. m. Tracy an,; children will not return to,
Ada Smrith of EBaton. Pa.. Mis NIlll.adre Aneis of Mr. 1lrd's mother He expects soon to return to Howard Century until after the quarantines!
Di.blrow of Old Bridge. N. .. Mis Mrs. E. M. Bullard and his brother College. ar B W. Robinson formerly of
Anna Rosasco of Pensacola. F.I.. M ris Mr. .T. W. Bu!lara' on No-th Palafox Penscla ut for the last three a
Julia Stran~ of New York City. andi for an exterled visit. Mrs. Bullard Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. at or e lt tree
Miss Rosebud Clews of Orange. N. J. is an attractive brunette of the old Foley's Honey and Tar has care.1a half years of Century, is contern-
The queen and attendants are sc- universityy town, daughter of Mrs. C. many cases of asthma that were con- Ilating a trip to Southeast Alabama.:
looted by a speciallyI appointed crn- W. Irvine. sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues-' He will start in a (lay or so and be
rntIle who carefully note. the young tag, 701 West Third Strce:, lDavenport, g".ne ab ou a mon th. oo
lI dv guests at the best hotels dilrin r Mits Bertha Griffin is quite sick at Iowa, writes: "A severe colul contracted T will soon be completed and other ii
the season, noting their beauty, car- her home but it is hoped she will es- twelve years ago was ner"l.ct-.d until it lrovemonrs will also be made include'
riage and general fitness. After c mr- cape a threatened siege of tedius ill-finally grew into asthma. The best, ig a new icat of paint wire fence
paring notes for several weeks upon ness medical skill available could not giv dg a new cat of paint, w ence
medic al and a s'ile instead of a gate.
the ones who combine the greatest i me more than temporary relief. Foley'. The patrons of the Centuir school
number of royal qualities, making it Mrs. Gila Gonzales Rolfs writes to Honey and Tar was recomm led and I at scoo house on the even
quite a distinction to be chosen as onne a friend under date of August 12 from one fifty-cent bottle entirely cured meing of the 21st to olect teachers, a
of the galaxy. For Asbury is a famous Ilremen- "Am having a fine time." of asthma which had been growing on i, was thought by some that some dis-
summer resort frequented lv sonme of Mr. Rolfs and his pretty bride are cer me for twelve years, an I if I had taken I..-sisfaction existed among some of
the wealthiest and most fashionable iainly having an enviable tour of it at the start I would have be'n the patrons regarding those previou-'
people. and pretty, sartorially attrac- Europe. saved years of suffering." W. A. ,. appointed ,y the school uervior
sve girls are nuAmerous at all the I "- apinted .The. "(shoo ul)ervisor
+tie girls are numerous at all the D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary. However the no.-ting passed off verr'
hotels. Mr. J. G. Joyner ia again on the ,:easantlv. a larze 'ajoritv of 1he
While the picture of Miss Rosasc road inspecting lumber for the W. S. FERTILIZER FREE. patrons present voting for all tho:,e'
of course does not do her justice, it Keyser Co. Anyone wishing good stable manure whom the supervisor had appointr.'!
presents her regular features an gratis, will apply to J. L. Pierce. at a.s follows: Miss Ilarnes. of Pen.a-
beautiful hair sufficiently to make her "In the good old summer time" fla- The Lewis Bear Company's warehouse. cola, principal: Miss Ethel I. Hav''-
friends recognize her as a very charm- vor your ice cream with Blue Hlibbo 1- of Century, first assistant; Mrs. Jack
ing representative on the festive o-- IAmon and Vanilla Extract and taste Excursion Friday. "ichols. of C,'ntury. second assistant.
casion. the famous "Blue Ribbon Fiavor.' Don't forget the regular Friday af- The ninth and tenth grades w;ll be
- Ask y<:ur grocer for Blue Ribbon Lem- ternoon excursion on tug Monarch.) taught. and it is thought that our
CONSOLATION FOR on and Vanilla. Takes less. Flavors These trips are beneficial as well as school will be secondd to none of its
HOMELY WOMEN. perfectly. enjoyable. lass in the state.
It is very comforting to be -old that
very one looks homelier in the mi.- ---
ror than in reality. How many women O O O 0 c .-nT T O
dread unspeakably the task of buying DEA H OFO
a new hat or having the!r photograph
taken and to look into the glass and c MRS. R. L CR SAP
see how plain and uninteresting theRS.R. .CR SAP
have become. If they will only re- .rWIT A rONPITE LIL OF...
member that mirrors lie most egregi- ...WIT A COMPLETE LINE OF...of the death of rs. R. E L.
ously, that they darken and dull the ....... "m--. Newms of the death of Mrs. R. E. L.
complexion.. magnify wrinkles and III I I-I- I Y G O D S l il ooresap, which occurred ho tnly oeiod,'c
lines and fall almost entirely to give yesterday at tree tanily residence
back those changing expressions 1 J AA l I E- on r.'':- G&o'ernnlc't street, will a.'
which constitute the charm of many MISS ROSA L. RAIN ES ; received with deept,-t regret by thad
a faulty face, they will take courage. M P.... estimable lady's friends all over tie
No woman is ever quite natural when will return to Fnacola again. She is now in the city.
she inspects herself in her looking great Eastern markets selecting everything new and -Mrs. Cr"Pn had been ;n ill health
glass. Her face is in repose, her mind ? to-dat n th mllhr I W tor sa inl da s al.tt It was not till within ;bc
Is nearly a blank. What she looks a; Up\t 1 Cn tn m ery li e. e Can assrte Our confroer to her bedi for only a few,
is a sort of impersonal m-ask. what thousands of customers that when the season opens as ayo t was no- tile within i
her friends see Is a humen fce lit Ip a her -o will Tk- R-, C-. -- ,- .--t4, ( paFt day or two ;,at her Ponition haj
wih ranimatlin. Inter lln an.ie a- here you will find The Big Store ready With the finest d tetn regarded as serious. i
Dialing. even if it fulfills none of.t!. and most complete line of ready-to-wear and French c, The deceased lady had l'ved in Prn-
S-'a.ds ot the beauty connosseur.-- shaped hats ever on diplay in this city before. Waita g; aout ft en i '-'a s, havi .
for Miss Raines She will be here soon with every-. ",t". Se wa5 n.,rried in 1896 to Mr.
Mr. and Mr.-. E. M. Withr!;i and fam- thing new a U-to-date in the millinery line. E. L. ,elap, who survives her, buti
ilv have returned from. a two othsw upe m er e. ho is h el quite il at this time.
outing at Mary Est*r and are at ei"- She is also s':rvived by her mothe,
bore 331 East Gregory. Mrs. M. Burrow. two sise-., Mrs. ';.

3r. Andersen and Miss Ne-lie Burrow
Mr. Wallet Mi c t*.' hi i and a brother, Mr. John M. Burrow.
in the citv vlli:a-': his -th.:- Mrs & 11 I : Mrs. Cresap had a natir-al and weldi
.Mary I, McCafeL- 1Il V'm Ie:m'.r'n .'- :ultivatc.l ta!cat for m isit and sle'
Mr. McCask-ll's ti ,xv friends art ovjOl$ '', 1,7',a. as prominent in cal mn ;ical circes,.
giving himt a cordu'l wt.cA M.ie. i-- I- I- - ,L it tiving a grea; denl of her time to'
*--- -.. --......-- - ------ church choir wo.k and to other must-:
SMr. and Mrs. W. J. Forbes left last cal matters.
I night for Alanta where Mrs. Forbes THE ALA IAMA HRENA LI The funeral will occur at 4:30
'will remain while Mr. FPobes visits A high-grade instutiton for girls sad young ladies-a branch of o clock this afternoon at the famutty
SNew York Cki on his annual purchas- Brenau College-Conservatory, 'ainesville, Ga. Full courses in Litera- residence, 128 East Government
ing tow. ture, Languages, Sioence, Mwsie, Art, Oirtory, etc. College building street, and the interment will be In
Sbeantifully furnished, everythlag aw; splendid new pianos. DeUgt.- St. John's cemetery. Rev. J. S. t e.
The ~harbi dnoe at thb park Wed- ful location. Best aeoompeatIqbs. xeellent facultv. For cata- ley. of the First Presbyterian church,.
nesy t resulted in m Nettle algue address A. W. VAM HOOSE, or H. J. PEARCE, assisted by Rev. J. Helle, or the 1or-
ws maluag the sotpillow The J As Pepidm n EfaI, Ala. weglan. Luthern church, will conduct
irt pri dai was won by Mis ithe faeral services.


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BabI [ --ming wio the oahould b pbred h, e 7U "
the part f every veman who e c to bcme mother. tso we iat as
duty* to hrj sr abl, d to b bho duty to har sabo i kwIe to a e l
eey mm-s withinhr aW gmW N ntroaonc into ther pre hbmawmmota
hep himself in tii a korkat0hec oahe rm t. licHasa dbardu time
after his arrival, lme u i,.ke 1,1comingeasy. Hisbrsithilus 3m. premi
gatly upon th nsur o fhis coming: would yea have yor c ild a cripple. or
wool I you bm a tower of streogth" Itog I r e but h
5rv w" p.ertands as-, saurrei dhat -hen s lvo mes hhis
WO-111woe the cal od f tte less L l d-i rlb h1
bow*; do ,u soworst ild y to= a lpyk

w Rotrher'a FI*nd
b a liniment whioh .11 fotail am podiAfUlty ofdea
Uiesh: that i It relaxes all the abdominalmmscln and tiesM
and4. permit fef an ey accu tothechild. Iteae the mothetS
ain". and so assists mature that when balm corns he start
cut in life with a constitution well ableto eight ife'st btete,
ar.,& to bloom into strong pure manhood that is thecorinert
au deLight of every tntp mother's heart.
One dolar is th priceat a drug ors. Semd for er
Ebok on MUdNerhood." R iY .ee.

f. WU LLAWEVE@, Plowoe.


MA. 5 W. Remain me.. ,Posmse 99.







Engraving and Fine Stationery.

Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

E. 0O Zadek Jewelry Co,




to carry (gods over; that's why v st I to keep up oar


until everything is "gobbled up." Hundreds of
the snaps are gone, but a few in every lot remain.
$30 Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles, now ...................2
$2.50 Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles, now.....................$1
$3.50 Ladles' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now ...................$
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords, a!l styles, now............. .$1.
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Tan or Black, now................$4"
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,...............................3.9
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................$2.89
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Most be Sold, so hurry
along and get your share of the plums.


102 South Palafox Street

Feet Furnisers Gor Folks.





are the prime qualitis in
drugs and prescriptions.
No distance too great and no
purchase too small for
IMMEDIATE delivery,
night or day.

PHONE 1100


One Quart Tins, 850.

AI Cohn & Co
-oe Pwr %Mwi Tbe S
S Pboosl? 76 and 460

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SThe Journa's Classified Cash Advertisements

e-et u-t se M x Mo severtfsen t tak few tros Se X fpealwrtes9 by thae auvet.



$ 1500.00

4 room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $.00.... $ 650
11 hu ies, all new, renting for We are offering the 6 room cottage
$67 50 per month, property well and barn at Little Bayou, 5 minutes of
located and good renters....$4'50 electric car, has a good front on the
6-room house on East Belmont water, and two boats go with tae
street, a nice home..........$1400 above price; gocd water on place;
4 houses on corner "A" and De wharf in front; splendid fishing and
Soto, rents for $19 per month, bathing off the wharf; good neigh-
large lot, room for another bors. The opportunity to get such a
house .....................$2000 place will not be offered again. To
R R T. thoroughly appreciate it you will have
FOR RENT. to *ee it. Come to our i)lce and lot
713 N. 3aylen street............$40.00 us take you out. Part cash and bal-
304 N. Spring street......... 25.00 ance on time, will buy it.
21 West Romana street........ 17.50 --
814 E. Strong street............ 17.50
Telling near Stoddard's...... 1250 L. o ROWNI& Co
Silb1 South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 8. Palsfox street. 200 Theisen BId'g
207 E. Government street. -

'"Wi bSLL LOTS9"

At the lowest market rates on im- "1
proved or vacant city property. MOnO to Loan,

Fisher Real Estate Agency 0,00.00 or loan at 8 per con .in-
S8 terest. Apply to Thos. Pebley.
Phone 87. 206 South Palatox. 12aug4t. ORN

T 1 ou Y WANTr to n orrow money mi
WAID amounts from $500.00 up? We hav I
WANTED I HELP WANTD Fr Sale. $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
,,-A .tfir=i -cl tidy co k; WANTED-A collector '"ith expel i." interest. Those. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
,., av.i Surge;ua ence in the loan business. The Mo FOR SALE.-Stock of high grade MONu Y TU IEN I-a goodt real s
S5rl:. .. bile Loan Co., Cor. Zarragosa and Jef-' :oaps, perfumes, toilet preparaaoor te security, or on oud g Q atermL
SV Y1,i ::,v haT you can person 8ta. 5aug2t, andi favoring extracts. Will be soi t lowest rates 14
, ,r. at rhis WANI D.-A laundry wa dr -- at big discount. Apply Room 7, Brent tliaher building. sr
-* :,lcs a1 NT EDa-A laundry wagon' drvcW. Building City. 25auglwI o e
SIBrng Teferences; must give bond. R SAL-- cre and 7 room hou se iONEY LOAlNED a aP y ea as
IaI k that Etar Lauadry. 25au, OR SALE.- re and 7 room house.at psaa ,
l-r". know tht tar Laundry. 25aug Lot 6l00; city water. Titles per- or y. W" eed
S, ,le- il, ied WANTL ).-A first class cook. Ap- fect: S3200.00; also 10 acres of land mne ma. L W .
ua...Ne Orleans ul to Miss llie E. Taylor, Old 'it!l and small house at Brent's Station, J.m Goverament me SIllbl. A but d
.Hch. Prop I, Bay Shore. 23aug3t. N. Andrews I N. Palafox St. ir l ada
ought WANTED.A man to cut and saw 13 g MON LOANfD o o
bMO.eXX LOANAD on gad to
A. .o ., >wood by the cord. Apply to Miss POR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents ta*e ameurity 3 s io"al
b.. .,.. .... ;.. A oble. iJaie E.K Taylor, Old Mill Inn, Bay, per hundred. Good for wrapping ale Wilson & O
,, January Shore. pe t
... . :, n write Geo. l 2aug3t. paper and to put under matting. All aWW
N ,I A' ~.i. Al. 24&aglw WANTED.-Boy of 18 or 17 yea-I ciean and nice. Journal oifce. i MONEY LOANED on aul kinda of peV
T b who can milk, attend to horses and FOR SALE.-N:ce new cottage (4 sonalproperty on short notice
Y \-L' -T hoi- o,;O general work. Apply 501 West rooms and hall) between Palafox Term easy. J. W. Bullard, e.1a4r
04 sree 2Sr% South Palasy. St., llhond 11#4t
,." e M i* t l "-A, AdniOsl e Chase street s0aug and Baylen streets, near Sanders Mill; no South
Sw... .h. .... h WANTED--Servant gir at orce for easy terms. Apply to J. W. West ar
., oue with general housework. Apply 15 West Saunders Mill. otaulwe UNi.tA, dU n Ia iO
UL i'.thc.V t1 ewit Applys W Sauders Mill. 22auslw* UNi^kM 'U&Lu iiajj
.,:. i.. h near tlmont street ugm n dl kiD of ersonl property.
S i nan Address WATD A street. ang1ms Do you value your health? It so, Specall rates to uslamass man o large
'.#, 2auw A D-A-nt irent cour- Iuse our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" loen. The Ne L.. C..
T -T: '. ties in F!orida to handle Alpine Saf nd hlv. New Orleans grocery Uoutb Palafox.
!. AV -T:, i,,,!,,, -, kLow. that and LtoCk Co.'s Fire an u rgla Pro aCo.a NeProp. aug 300
V. aWt pk I If, haster- uf Safes and Vlt itue of every Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 vea-' PawoShe
..,a 0 -Or,. (,n icer C(o.. description. Wrote me for terms. We have been with you in Pensaco- 402 PALAFOX ST.
: p ,aue0 Scarrirt Moeao, pPenacola, PI. Flor-' la since 1874, and still intend to stay iONnY TO LtAN ON DIAMONDS,
-A.TEL, -A par : r : 'jh'.0 a une. '.ith you and serve you with the best Watches, Chains. Rngs and all kinds
w $~IU.n0,.i i, 1t itv hr it n-rot ;u Any Intelligt t person may earn a of groceries at lowest mar- goUteral security at lowg rate e
Sp v. r r* e un 11.nss, good taoome oerrespoditg for new'- ket prices. New Orleans Grocery ,sterest. Bargaina s iin redeM e
S*l. ,; .r' .... i.. 's h pa.P'-; no aTavassing; '~perience Co.. Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug20 pleds.
(0n .cre. i: c~"od :n '.er iaund \i- nli'recessary. Send for particulars. GROW GINSENG. Large profits. i l to loan, in amounts ol
-,.. J. F. F~lurnoy, W'si ile. Fla. Northern Pres Syndicate. LeCkporr. Rom in your garden. Roots for sale. ,UU 500.00 and up at 7 and I
.:* ir N_ Y. 1anie3m 'rite today for literature. Buckipg- per cent. Interest. Those. C. Watson
V\ *,VTID TO BUY be.-ond-hand safe, -- ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O. & Co. 6aug'
u- itSni sl'l Address, safer care F r S al 1 a:m'g3mos. -
* ,Iuga .'wu lIO SAJL--Upright Kicbl Plen board nKd Rooms.
I Roard and Raoms


FOR $600900

I can sell a 4 room house on West
Romans street, on lot 40 byl70. This
is cheap, and property will go up in
this district in a short time.
For $525.00
will buy two lots on Bayou Texar onu
the high hill overlooking the bay. This
Is a bargain.
218 E. Intendencia, 6 rooms ....$14.00
916 E. Strong, 7 rooms ........ 12.50
601 N. 8th Ave.. 5 rooms...... 12.00


4~1 S. Palafcx, F isher Building

1essional Directory.

, R. 0. BUCKNER,
Office 7i/,tI. Palafox St.
Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to 5.

Room 405 Thieeen Building.

PHONE 559.

Attornteyd Counsellor at Law
106 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 500 Thiesen B'd. Phone 784,

Fisher Building, 204 South Palatox
PHONE 525.
Room 8, Brent Buildnlg. Phone, 8f.



L I,! EKS WANTEID at No 17 Weat FOR SALE.-Oeap. bore, wagon and for sale cheap. Apply 1204 W. Gov- -
A Er i S'-V:. city. 2aug6w* harness; horse sound and gentle; ernment St. 4auglm* WANTED.-A few boarders in private
\^A --Th er nt -T t wagon and harnes new. Address No. F'OR BALE-Kill the germs of fever- family; convenient to railroad shops!
S T.- Merchants Trandter 2. C& Journal. __augIt or'er a barrel of slack lime to-day. and on street car' lie; large rooms,)
a n n' your moving and haten. 1 f bath. .. tel
u.. s:. guaranteed. T. B. Thor. FOR SALE.-My resdepc ea East Phone 367. Euglim aith privilege t use of bths and tel-
6,1P1l hne47.Hill. ether including whole blok FRS -ephone. Address D. C. S., care Jour-
SPrp Phone 7. Ikjunelm. Hill. either Inclding whole blok FOR SALE-IBeautiful block in New ol. 24ADauglm
lon e cf twenty lots 40g37 1.2 feet each or City. Teet No 812. For cash $6)h. -t
S', ..":, to linow ,ia: we quarter blork of ve lots. Apply at Applyto A McMilla, C rt Hs BOARDERS WANTED.-y day, weak
.... ab rai groc-rs and ny omee, Thiesea Bildint g for furta- Appy Cu Houa. or month. Dining room just re-open.
laug Table good and terms reasonable.
S stn N#- Orleans r particulars. C. W. Hagerman. d. Table good and terms reasonable.
S. J I MHugh, Prop. I 4auglm. .U o 1e'U'tlt. tofr a1 sues talam Mrs. Dora Donaldson, 226 N. Alcans. I
i. Csmeres loaded saa unloaded free 24aug.2w*
-... i FOR SALIB OR VLOBT.-New 7-room'of c Vh&r. He a"es ba photeo. A
VA.N. L. Your eAectric work of all hu hu Oe at Goldinf; la -r ya r. Hin e 8o akes est & tFOR tENT-Nicely furnished rooms,
SL us el your fa U w ade trees. 3oa. afsy feet a .s.. electric light, phone and bath. Large QG
rw ? t a rnamdo your irin, etc. swell and outos t A ood ba fegae .a front room, with bay window. 10 N.
r'* Fu:T amo, do Y'our wiring. etc. well and outoaaft. A good bargain.
Ir'ne ;.0. PetMoola Electric Co., Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. WALL TINTS by experts; results Palafox, Phone 65, 2 rings, lauglm*
leolrn er letnacia and Baylen streets. 22 auglw* guaranteed. Fairchil4 ad Ries. Phona PAkTIEB wo want to remt hose, Cl
M .____ ljun aelan. r 8 b __ 12jultylm teams or anything else for toe
.N -T, eopl o Peasa.oa IradsA delivered or undelivered. ab FOR SALE.-Two pa!r extra fine matter, will And The Journal' WArt
Sceab worrying. Let The Journal E Brooks. her Buildin. young mules, sound annd in gocd Ads a great help.
SAd lv e problem for o a Icondition. Also one 2-horse Stude- bAY HOTIEL-Opon night and day,
T:-* are rert detectives, rd can baker wagon..W. S. Garfeld. 4june. Vuropean plan. Rooms light sad
t.' the Mns yo:; are look for it FOR SALE.---odo fountain, stock of clean Transient trade soleted, l. ctt
to it ILCluded 1, the 265.9 or 3s0a confectioneries and cigars, located FOR SALE-One Choce block on top s aeuth Palafiox. Jo S. Ni olas,
,P i:.' maies the populato" ot, Palatox trcet. Can be had at bar- of te ride east of the electric P RO
Ps oa. gain if purchased at o Apply Es. railway. between 7th and th street, P. L
^-^- cambla Realty Co. 16aug. Nature has favored this section and It
&TDliau. a end trStisT cannot be duplicztedi. A. V. Clubbs. MlMoellaneou s
'tO OfCke phone A, FOR AIJAA.-Car load a fie Ten-,
t' ie 390. Acosta & White 222 Reesee horses. Can be bee at Pous CHICKEN WHEAT race egga. B
1Ta aona 2 table. McMillan & Turrw. 15aug.I Makes fowls ecpeela ly well flvore Old newspapers are good for many
The cheapest food to be und. F. a things. You can get lots of them t
PlATEnD--Orders tot n h FOR SAL-GOOd pin grocery Metlle. Co. Phone 34. loot cheap by calling at this office.
cA i Pnscoa ll n, amCau connection. Stre doa in cash FOR SAL-A, a acrSce iunltre TRUNKS. 1DRU.tAdUIT CASES, VA. 5
wi contca alf- toect aPPatur I.usiness. Household furniture also store. stock ..ed accounts. Call at LISES AND GRIPS, a.l thoroughly
by? and selilMm9 acr sale. Reast S ftr selling, am leave. 21-140 E. Intendencta. ujop and promptly repaired, at F. B. Brue'es -
ftr o-der. Journal e le. c on ecout sickness Te R ALE.Cbn lach 44 ft. long big repair shop. Send them down.
ee. I .. .. FOR SALE.--Cain launch 44 ft. long 2ajiyPW
%AA w- ad .... .. i phone 1064. llauglw' 10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught ....... ... ".'ly, U
t Coa 0 ;- -s, R AI Barbeb alra for sale. speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. rber p t TUN --Am prepared to
a "' m a k Ost o f... s 3 St. suglm' soline engine in goo. order; il; tuning and repairing. Guarantee
S met solicted. Write a 60 loe engine n goo order W. 17 ears epeence. J
w epIe & Cao 2marckirn FOR S.L -South b a f block --211 seat 40 passen&crs; sell at sacrifice If 6atd Scotto2l E. yearegore. 28re llm
A I BINi fr. r g 400 feet on 13th street, by taken at once. W. A. Smith, 23s W. Cra ,
at KlN al mXL 1w7at feet a DEr Vove Park; also Government St. 15aug1m UliWUL a t MA L IL --h-LUood 04av-0V HL
me a l a Re guarantees a ban k 137J6h leet ka Slaytr Park; Rd r bCH rance for traveling public. Dally sa-
Pjau SSSR bS half of bvlk 22. fronting 400 FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year each ay. F ey to
A feet on 14th St., 0 1271. feet on Bi old Berkshlre herd toar, Duke af heed ac W a. TugloP Chiley,
S N ~u View Park. Tbhe nly t adjo Florida. No. 6t,923. Als, some bne A s J M
- ,a Jiwelry adl ay sal ing Bay View Park that Is now for young pigs. 1 six-months-old boa:-, all ...-AL ..TA ,T
- Le wUate4. w Imy ashb Ts The beautful view down the registered and transferred.. Carl Set- REAL STA_'
d"- es P. O. 0Box MT City. bayno and down the bay can ever be terlind. Chipley, Fla. 18jly i EAL ESTATE Ito 1 parts o aty.
16 obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. Oly You buy the ground and we wWl
t- T.L -. FOR SALE OR RENT-New modern bull your house on long time pay.
ee,.._ 5 g. UI & **,* t o30 ,i.---__.5 f .' two-story realdna r, good Whhor. r -uts D- Hale Wlso1 & Co
"eW#a* a" m row Hale WU. black frim P&W W I iood Ewt Hill. near cars. A. C. 13in1. I oRENo-B. I. Dlamoaitid Y P
Co. l'ey. Thesen b.ilding. 5aug! w Geant's clothing cleane4, Pron" yad
rs Co. qrle of1adard amn Qs a w s
1 0. -- paired an short aotUca No. 11%
F OR SAL1-Sec -b d Oft" V06190 FOR RENT West Govornment Lt. Pensacola. Fla,
LOST ter i. pfret esttmon. Will e -n -- --6LD Ai--A -- ides
Semh or o tf=t L real bargain. OCa FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar- OR ONE DOLLAR A -D FiFTY
n i anchor eb n at James MeRgh's. 2m den St. 13auglw* CENt per head we will haS at F
S ith anchor set t de o hoses. oWs, ete. Leave etdm
1-,. Tuesday night DO IOU want ro bf_ or Ve s Etb U FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner gt i1 Bst lntedenel. Herring
.Square and Pla Ies A little waM a wll Ing woderfCs ayne and Belmont street-. Apply pav L M
..-n.n Reward f r . M W. S. Garfield. 12ul SAILMAKER.
~m Iie -. Reward I r A L A R
ntendnc stt FR S .-- am Florda State A F t c RET-New five room otta PORTR, samakor, 1t8 Su At
- .. .. ntendk on dlrep FOR. 6FieB.-A a l stat et t O car line. corner Ith street and o t A
S -. think on depot f or Fire d burglar Proot Sates ad 8t avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo ItS. SWitg, camp s ools 4 a hm
Si.a m yesterday, a Vauk Ftxtr at IM descrtWons gallery. 13 nts. te. rason Us
w, ,on e ,m a some menufateun by Alpine afte ant .,. sll
*I L-4r Fii -l. please Iook CeapamW at Chcanati, Oho. FOR RETrr.-Residece lately oF>
1 a t :. N: ~rooery, Communicate with me for prices sad oepied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. ArOUI
*I t *Mn ite befo be fbyt" Olsew r Scar- Alaua street Apply to R. 3(o. dry 13 h
Srttt M moren, PORMO m 43 S. Palata street.' ae FpOUND.-One black ox branded J. H,
I' I berM _F yo RENT-Twenty-room house, aeo marked with a Crop and split and a
S ng le AtATO-OalW r -r UV OW er Barracks and Zarragos& street der bit in one ear and over square in
'-- : t th er r. J. as oe. Fteet b e Seco- Sr table for boarding houe. Apply ther. Owner eas obtain same by P ,P
Id s .r' 4. L st, hawd mr ever wrd l See Dr. to rs. M. J o. Mana, 219 But Sars. p1amg to C. P. Goeales, oabeusa, .
V'IV w hl ^ j Ro. Mb 1% T'?l" Plda Bum S
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Room 306 Thiesen uinllding.
Is a graduate In Medicine
and has been an Eye Spec-
ialist for 20 years : : :
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M. F. OONW AAB CO, Props
By year meal and stock feed from
i homea muws actrer. encouraglm
me industry. aatrbuteo to bhoe
bor, ad Mka, awM money tYar

Office at No. i 9 Palatox, Blount
Offce Hours-:8: to 11 a. m., and
to 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palatox. Phone
--two rings. Ofoe Phone 65.
Swdrays-Suhft't to calL

merchantss Transfer Go.
Thor. Thercan, Prep.
PHONE 978.
P. O. Ol, 7..

, St. Adrm and
gulf Stmsap k.
W. G. SARROW, Master.
md all point on t. Andrews Bay,
Caralbie and Apala&hicola.
ts P osaelat uesnday, 8:30

tot S ArtW(, Millv.ile, Apa.
OClk C elle ndd intermedlai
r a,4dila Intaenatlon applyC t
1, E, 8AUNDRS,
Ke, (XANS. Axt.-

We bave about Five Thousand Dollars to loan In- amounts of tive
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent interest.



No. 5008
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, VIce-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

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

Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pteiffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody, W. H. Milton, Jr,
Bryan iDunwody. 0. EL Maura,
Frank teilly, .. Cawthon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. E. Brawner, McKenzie Oerting,
C. W. Lumar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Cpvington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Cerporations, and Firms Solcted.
Four per cent Interest paid on Time Deposits.

WM. H. KNOWLES, President
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashter.

W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres and Cah.
W. N. ROBERTS, Ast. Cahier.


of Penseeola, Fla.


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


We draw our own Bills of E~.
enange on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, Frano, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belglum, Russia,
Neorwy, Sweden Denmark, and
other European o*euntre

Vessel disbursed upon the Met
Favorable Terms d U m lr e.
nations taken Payable at Pert of
Destination Ten Days After YVe
eel Arrives toer

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

Bsvlngs Depattment-Interet PMld on Doe
posits at Rate of 4 per eent per Annum.

L. HILTON OGREEN. NRIDsrlin. T. U. AW*Ias, VraAs"0r1; .
3. M. UIvsfnlLL. CauMIaa. LA1IlZUwL MOUMO, AM 0rA
Citizens National Bank,
of( PfeOols, Florida.
Geo.W Wright, Morrista r, T. Welles
Ix M. oNnioun. L. Hilton OGreM.

J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MEtNEPrB, Cashier.
R. CARY, Vice-President.
Directore-L. J. Reves, J. $. Reee, W. DeC. Kessler, R M. ry,
W. A. D'Alembert t. A. Jennings.

I^ ^^ CA1-^. 1
wtbelM l sad Raetil Desit in
Steam, Dometic, Anthracite A
and Blacksmith C A L
Ofce-No. U SothU Pilat= street. Telephone, 93.
Yards on SrrMgoes a4 Gonsales streets. Phosaa C

Jon )1asnsy.

Jackson Brandon

T. D. AdaM

Pensacola Electrical Company
Car. Jntendeucia and Ben hll b
alaylen Sts. ttr
No Joh to big o r M a ftr au We do work !n any part of t he
e -ty an1 is enutat4e tbe city.

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Deeds That Talk!


Buy a Home To-day!


penacoAa Investm ent Co.
a. at .T ML Drw t entv
W. ILIKNWiLES, Pred"eL L. 3.L8. SUMIM, eUiry.
J1. LSTILLMAN kV.4715. Md Ga, KNOWM mm *o

215 Soyta PalefexStreet, Penuacole, fl..uia.


$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rents at $96 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on 'West Main street, desirable locality wl:h
large lot.
$1200-Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Brent's sam-
$6000--Desirable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Pala(ox
street, renting at $800 a r:ear. If sc!d at once.
$2250-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
$2400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dwellng on North Hill If sold at once.
$750-Three very desirable building lots on East Hill, excellent neigh-
$325-D"eirable lot on East Hill. 69x110 feet, if sold at once.
Other desirable building lots or. Bast Hill ranging from $150 up, ow-
ing to location.
Special Advertisement
One of the prettiest building lots on desirable corner on North
Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet, must
be sold at once ................................. ......$4000.00

Thos. C. Watson & Co
Cor. Palsfox and Garden street.





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'A Doar's Worth fora $1

has not yet been signed by the mayo.,
Though he will probably approvee it in;
a day or two. The ord'nauce provide.
for a separat.ion of thei races in stre: :
cars and it reads as follows:







ayor Bliss Has Not Yet Approved
It But Is Satisfying Himself
as to Its Constitu-
tionality. !

The nmesure known as the Jim
Crow ordinance, which was passed by
the City Council Wednesday nigh.

27 East Garden Street.

Phtdne 14 S.

lin nrrsaarn

~rIIII1I~M11M~(!""C~mrrrrrmr~ (t)((rt;lltHrttflttlll"'l"~~'';'~LLL

To be entitled, An Ordinance to Re. o1 __jpnn n-on1 eg I
To be entrt cd, An Ordinance to Re-s n war there have been only a small num-
Squire Street Car Companies and ber of vessels from that port for
h h Others Operating Street Cars alone -- either country, and these have carried
John W white the Streets of the City of Pensacoa M either lumber or rock.
t to furnish Separate Cars, or Divi Saltmarsh Loading.
Oufitter tO Men and Bofl ions in Cars, or other Provisiorns A The steamer E. 0. Saltmarsh, which
for the Separation of White and Coi- recently returned from .-er first voy-
Sored Pe from Liverpool, is now alongside
Phone 225.Be it ordained by the May2or ar Naval Stores Market. :he Tarragona street wharf, where
the City Counil ot the City of P-- S-annah, Ga., Aug. 24.-The navnl Cleared, she will shortly begin taking cargo,
scola: stors c.aar;e close tos-d:y ts ioe Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1295, for or another trip across the ocean.:
Section 1. Thst all person, co. owsd Dundee, with 1,040.000 s :t sawn tinS- ~Sh, brought in a cargo of manganese
Section 1. That all persons, co.1p;s. 'owr: -
-- nies or corporations operating storet W ............. 25 ber, 365,000 sft lumber, ore which is now being discharged
L UN H STE HE M car lles In the City of Pnsaoi;i G ................4 5 to 4 95It is probable that she will remain
shall fmrnishl separate accommola-' .. .. ................... 4 50 VESSELS IN PORT. permanently on the Liverpool line.
tons for white and colored passen- M.. ... .... .. .. ........4 40 Steamships.
gers. A failure to comply with rhes. ;K K......................... 4 23 Cambrian King, Br ss, 2315, New- PENROSE WENT ON THE
provisions shall subject the persons, .. ........4 20 port News to J A Merrt & Co. DOCK YESTERDAY.
Lso( offening to a fine of twentr-f.ive i ..................... 4 1 Dulcle, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
dollar-, or niprisonimnt for six G .....4 to J. A. Merritt & Co. The cutter Penrose, which was in-'
days. F .. ......................'4 00 Ernesto, Span ss, Oraacchea, 1691, j"T"d a few days ago, was taken ini)
Op9 to charter by private parties ieclon 2. That every stre-r car ................. 83 (;ulfport to F. O Howe & Co. the naval dock at the navy yard yes-
r sing trips, bathing, or other or prison oporatir.g a stre D .. .. .... ...............3 45 E. O. Saltmarsh Br ss. Rogers, 2319 tera'ay for repairs, and it is probable)
summer recreation. car le al or u e streets of .... ...........3 35 Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. hat the work will require several
the recreOf Pl. tloea ihtiof makeapr,,- days.
the Citn of P nsaola s hall make pro- Spirit3 Turpentine, 61 cents. Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre- ays.
Visions, rules and regu'atious for the men to Master. Immediately afterwards the vesse!'
separation of white paswegers from mill enter the patrol service. under the
colorea of white pseger fr New York Cotton Market. Mountfields, Br ss, Boyle, 1947, M> command of L.eut. Geo. C. Alexander.
passezcngers by separate car
Formerly ship's boat for Spanish or iix,-d divisons or nova.1e screen- Open Clcas' file to F. 0. Howe & Co.
rrser eLS or ofr mtho of divislr n in the cart .iariay.. ........... 11.: .0U Pen3cols, Am ss. O'Leary, 1086, WILL INTEREST MANY.
cruiser Isa Luzon, on of Dwys of such ine. A fal*ure or refusal b i March....... ........11.25 .1-' New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. Ever peron should know that
prizeacoeture Lar.11.29 A'ti. Every person should know that t)-.xl
prtie captures. arv such *tret car company or oth-r la.. .... ...... ..11.29 Ramon de Larrinaga ,Span ss, 19?2. !erah is possible f the kidney a
person to make such provisions. rule.; August. ... ........10.78 .72 Ondaza, Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. derang. Foiey's Kidney Cure will
or regulatior,.- shall be punished b yi Scp ember .. .. .10.85 .72 Penrith Castle, Br ss, Lewis, 2337, cure kidney and bladde" disease in
a flnt no: to exceed fifty dollars for Octobter.. .......... 10.S6 .b. Galveston to master. every form, and will ild up and
each offense. encch *!ay of sulc failure Noovenier.... .. .....10.98 .90 Simonside, Br ss, Robson, 1958, strengthen these organ so they wh
Ias full canopy and is most o) or refsal shall constitute a separate 1ec r.. .. . 1110 .11 Snderland to J. A. erritt & Co. spenorm tir functions properly. N
fcriable boat In te ba. offense. Liv\erpool Spots 389. Barn, danger of Bright's disease or diabetes
Section 3. That conductors or other New York Svots 1120. Fiery Cross. Nor bk, Claussen, 1399, if Foley's Kidney Cure is taken in
emploves in charge of such cars shall New Orleans Spots 10,%. Cork to master. time. W. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist
assign passengers to their reqpectiv.o- Hudson, Nor bk, Knud en, 771, Loa- and Apothecary.
MAX KLEIN, . OWNER. car or division provided by said com- Chicago Grain Market. don to order.
PETER VERDICHIA, CAPTAIN. nies or persons under the provi Wheat. Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carreia, NOTICE.
SCATA .sions of this act. May dec. t33, Oporto to H. Baars & Co. The picnic contemplated by the Odl;
PHONES, 358 and 1070. Section 4. That any passenger wl.- Open.......... ..... ...... 82 snooaers Fellows of Pensacola for labor Day at
fully occupying any car or dirzion ot Close............ .S4%s lI Donna Christ!na, Am scb, Axelsen, Electric Park. has been postponed .n-
car other ihan tha' to which he has 165, Belize to master, delnitely. By order of committee.
been assigned as aforesaid. shall b? Corn. HBalmar, Am sch, Aoxeen, 55, Key
runished by a fine not to exceed Co. ay D. Hja West to Gull Tr nst Co. OLDA 5,
twenty-five dollars or by imprionmen n.......... .43 Noas, Rus sh Sneese, 333, lou PAP RS
CAPTAIN rot to exceed thirty days. Conduct-rs C loe .......... 44 46 icester to Master. e
or o her employes in charge of such Esi...t receipt tomorrow. N 4 cester to Master
S cars or divisions of cars may ec Orloans, 700 to 1200 v. 1670 last year. Soon you will want to put down new:
BEmRNI EDIUOIS 0 therefrom any passenger who wilfJl', Houston 3500. A. S. R........ 1. matting. Why not put newspapers
occupies any car or division other -- Atch 90 under It? This will ma'e the matting
LAUNCMES than that to which he has ben as- "tc........ 904 undert? This will ma.-e the matting,
signal New York Stock Market. i. R. T .. .................. 64.7 ear better and keep the room warm-
Section 5. If a-s conductor or other New York, Aug. 24.-Following are W. U... .. ...... ............ 94. this winter. Old papers can be,
CUPID, ROBT. L E., NANCY AND employee having t "ge of any suc,. the closing prices of the principal Erie... .................. 51.4 bought at The Journal at 10c per hun.
EDNA 8, tar shall permit white and colored, stocks today: C. F. I.................. 46re. All clean and whole.
passengers to ocupy the same car in Sou. Pac.. ................ 67.2 U. S.....................3 .1
case separate cars are provided, or Copper.. ................. 87.5 U. S. Pfd................105. Still in Buine
divisions in case separate cars be no- X. .T. Q..................71
Can be charterna b3 the hour, day or provide" he shall be pused by -- L. & N *.. *** ** ...1 GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
week. Terms, reasonable. M. .. ed is now located at
ishi Tackle and Cooking Ute risonmen not to exceed si" d ..i.. Ccr. Government and Barcelona St.,
sils furnished If desired. prisonment not to exceed sixtyTILLS........ .. Ao. and is better prepared than ever
s f I d Section 6. That nothing in this ordi- Can. Pac .... i etter p repare ta eers
nance shall b- construed to prevent N.Y. C.. ...... ............154.4i s, locks. light ma
PHONE 204.the running of extra or specla cars McMillan Br0s. Co 0.. ...... 4cn o and bicycles
for the exclusive accommodation o: R'D'G.. .... .. .h. .... ....122. n
PHONE 203.
CAT. BEIrI E DIS either white or colored passengers, if, Manufacturers, St. P...................1S3.
APTrs M E E M S N regular cars for the accommodation MOBILE, ALABAMA. R. I .... ......... .. .. .. .. 34.3
ot both white and colored passengers S. R.................... 36.2
OWNER. are operate as required by this ordi-- --- -- -- T. C. I............... ......... 90.
nance. and run at such intervals of ; r Penna. .. .. ....... .... 147.1
time as is now or may hereafter be I l U. P.............. .....137.2i
required by ordinances of the city. .
Section 7. That nothing in this or- ne Photograph Ausley & Co's Daily Cotton Letter.
THE GADSDEN STREET EPWORTH drnance shall be construed to apply Pensacola F FiorieI New York, Aug. 24.-Liverpool
LEAGUE WILL RUN tc nurses attending children, or inva-i prices were not favorable to an a -'
lids. of the other race. -an ,.in our market. Prices he-;-
STtA r i OIN cton . 'Timt ll ord'iances and A opiIed steadily Zid quickly advance.,
1 r-.ts of ordinances in conifltht hr- on an average of about 6 to 8 points.
S-ih be and the same are hereby re-, after which prices sagged off on pro
...to the... pealed. fit taking and some short hsaling, there
Section 9. That thi- ordinance shallz51
Stake .ction 9. Thn days after its pas-n was no disposition to force te selling
Lif Savin Stati n tae and en ar aapprer is a and the tone remained fait-y good. No
Its Constltutiorality. H in Georgia and on the Coast of Texa.
Tuesday ug 29It is understood that Mayor Bliss, Temperatures were somewhat roro
desires to satisfy hi f eitelv a, -- moderate and the forecast is for show-;
to the constitutionality of the ordi- ers and cloudiness in the west, with
nance before he approves it. Sectirni i probable showers in Indian Te:-ritori,.
The steamer "Monarch" will leave 7. in reference to n-rses. is an amend-; No two men look alike. Arkansas and Oklahoma. There we ,j
the wharf at 3 p. m., returning at 7.1 ient to the or' i.al ordinance ani Is it reasonable, then, to sup- general rains in the Carolinas yes-!
Leaving again at 7:30 p. m., returning' there is some question in the mayor's i pose that thp same style Hat terday. There seems to be generally HE right feed will coa.wt th
ti t.:le for the cars. mind as to whether or not it will, will be equally becoming to all a growing interest in the market on H rieAioEa-
-- stand a test. The ordinance will go men? We are inclined to think part of element regarded as the oun
Into effect 15 days after its approvalI not. We go upon the supposi- lic or outside support. This is rather iml. AddSSuaeraDairyFed to the
REFRESHMENTS SERVED. by the mayor. tion that the favorable as it will show the influence
GREATER THE VARIETY of a more conservative character, prent ration. Note the imeditf
of shapes, widths of brims, rather than a purely spec:ulative *ol- .
FARE: New Suits Filed. heights of crowns and color- lowing. Conditions that brought about im i lkad
ADULTS, 3. -:- CHILDThe following new suits were file ting. the greater will be the recent advances are still 'n force and The d a a
yesterday in the office of the clerk of satisfaction, will help the market retain it's present MN tery
ithe circuit court: Accor6ingly. we present the strength. of t cow. Thl -
BBaylen Street Wharf Company, a; greatest variety of Spring Hats
*f If corporation, vs. Bardad Sa:h Factory to be seen in Pensacola. rl--- m Milk tin z.fk mant th
E TCo., bill for damages: Maxwell & It embraces all shapes, color- ,rMHthet
Reeves. attorneys for plaintiff. ings and proportions, from the a TERSELY TOLD 4A pa -*
SBaylen Street Wharf Company, a conservative shapes to the latest BUSINESS LOCALS. *' while the vidme d
.U O rpm;-ation. vs Bagdad Saic r actor- in young men's snappy styles. r1
XI11 I o.. Fir-' Natilna; Bank. iarnisnee; Prices from 50c to .3.50. 'I*FE B ook httwr ealtlh la-
E x cuy^^ ^ LB i ~garnishm.e:n,: Maxwell & Reeves, at- If you buy for ess elsewhere, ith
THE TUG torn,.-v for plaintifi you'll get less-that's all. Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish t*who ifr -
John .auon ,c vs Virginiar Jason, biu estimates on building and painting umatlofo Swcr-e Dairy FeP d l
for divorce; W. L. Zachary, attorney and give personal attention to work.-

MONARCH fo- ,om".n. Why Pay More? Strong, and 824 st LRua a nd _the tr
Notice of Dissolution.
gM ren the following schedule Notice is hereby given hais the part- McKlnste Oertlng & Co., wholesale A trial will coviam.
neBship heretofore existing betweeri and retail ship cbhandlers and grocers, i
S.1 _.~i _____ W. B. Hilliard and Geo. W. Turner A0 the only frstclass house of the kid .- -
FdlUD Y AFr R 0OOPN trading as the Pensacola Bugr." Worxs I n Penaenola- Fair prices to alL
has this day been dissolved by mutual ., O-LY Ml
consent. W. B. Hilliard retiring. The+ Why use laterior paper, when youni
ae City for Utfe-aviag Bta~to, business will be continued under the can' -JeI1 buy Kelso Bond, French Dimity,
:04 same name by Gec. W. Turner, who. Kara ULen, or Crane's Bond at C. V. L S\ 6 i
fe l vlng Statitm for City, assumes all debts and who wmi col- Phone 297 Thmpeon's. 80 8. Palafox. ** *
'+ I:g lect all accounts due the company.
L g Aek Pargeol, 7:45. Signed W. B. nIIAJAARD. Co.k iw aDd Pa uer's extract are th* Standard.
c D. W. TURKR. p uarantia P All others ar
dL s FOR RmouND TRIP. 21 CENTS Atust as~ teatatons. Ask or saners. .





-fnlSUIh9C. VmeA!aoDPh GenI Aqt,
Fire, lifeK Pno1wleDUVoPensacola

U1651iLAML IlU



J The Aoyoro to Take a Full Cargo
of Phosphate Rock for
That Far-Away Coun-

I Another big vessel will take cargo'
from Pensacola for far-away Japan.!
This is the steamer Aoyoro. a bir
British vessel, and she will carry
tneariy five thousand tons of prosphate.
rock to the country which is making
nar against Russia.
The steamer is due to-day, and will'
immediately commence taking cargo M
at the Louisville and Nashville wharf.;
The cargo will be one of the largest
:if rock to be taken to that country
i !rom this port.
Since raa an dRuss.ia encai i aedti

Iron Works and Supply Co.

Manufacturer and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night A- .z
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber DoM, .-,
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITYMAN. Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.

Ka& aO Y I SA EA A m

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

"Home,Sweet Home,'
how joyous it sounds. It h.:-
its sting. though, if your rer._
is too high. Wry not

Quit Paying Rent
and buy a home of us? Apply
rent you now pay to help pa.
7 Tfor a home. We will make pay-
S. 1meaits easy, and 3)U won't fr.
i:. You'll soon own a home on
:d j ..M. an outlay a trifle above pres.on
rent charges. Call and talk
"" -. over.



The Mobile Herald 4ays: E. W.
Elmer, private secretary to 1. P.
Shots, president of the Panama ca.
nal commission, reached Mobile ia-,t
evning from Apalachicola, Fla. Mr.
Elmer has been in Apalachicola tor the
past few days arranging to get Mr.
Shont's yacht Marguedora which was
deserted by nearly all of the crew, to
her destination, Greenwich, Conn.
It will be remembered that the Mar-
guedora, after being repaired, a..ed
from this pog en route to Greenwlch,!
Conn. Her original route was around
the coast and with instructions to her
officer to report to persons in Mobile
his arrival at Pensacola. Almost a
week passed without any tidings ot
the vessel and then articles appeared
in all dailies of the country to the ef-
feet that the boat was missing.
Then came a letter to the parents
in this city of one of the crew of the
vessel. She was then at Carabelle,
Fla. Within twenty-our hours Mr.
Shont's palatial yaeht was reported at
Apaladlicola, Fla., where sh had been'
deserted by her crew. The men, it is
caid, claimed that the boat was uas ;,-
worthy and declined to %o further.
Mr. EIme reached befe a few days
!a;tr and endeavored to secure parties
:n Mobile to take the yacht to her des.!
tiaetion. In this he was quite unsuc-
cseefIL Mr. Kbmer then wet to Ap:.
iechlcola, retniag her yee rday at-
ternoon. The machinery e the boa.,
it is reported, hm beh foMd to be ti
such bad coditio a to eome the
abandonment of the trip ader the
eesel's ows power and It to aow pr
posed to sead her to Naw York on
some large stemer from Key We.
The Marguleorm will be hoted aboard
an eastbound freight or pesener
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